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May 13, 1941     Shelton Mason County Journal
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, May 13,? {1.941. “mum... l we PERM! V. I‘hi c‘ic was “ lit by City ‘ V1.3 ndl‘y Sat“: new l‘CSlde. l Grant and '0 'e emphifi’ I FILL beea " aleteness 0f ,‘ No half—W5, here. First’ l only skill V i pharmaCists’ " we make 9‘ l, potent d ‘ NC follow t :tions exits, ,_ on the 2*? k he give? id, finallyv lin that , . , ltion is P r . ten less/to. '4 your presc “v‘i ‘ siting Here ‘ Swanson Walt LeDl'c-W spent tlu‘ \i'orlicnil .Dent the at the home of Mr. allfi Mrs. V‘Vil— Iting he 11am LCDrew. lie returned to his E25. Je1_ studies :it the University Sunday. I'e - M.__ N Mr. 3.11:1 Visiting in San Francisco Mrs. Fred Dit-hl and (laughto'r. Mrs. Betty Hurl of Seattle. they will visit with Mildred Diehl. , iVEN I. BEERS '. IOAL CONTRACTOR MATLOCK RT. SHELTON. WASH. Phone 14-F-22 \ l DeMolay Mother’s Hold Monday Meet The DeMolay Mothers met at the Masonic Temple Monday af- ternoon at 2 o’clock for a busi- , ness and social, meeting. Mrs. Wm. i LcDr-zlw was in charge of the so— Icft l Monday for San li‘rancisco where‘ cial afternoon. Two appointments were made with Mrs. i-Iack head- ing the social committee Mrs. Anderson in charge of the membership committee. Those at- tending the meeting included Mrs. Donovan Palmer, Mrs. Hattie El- lison, Mrs. Esma Jordan, Mrs. Ruth Latham, Mrs. Minnie Hack, Mrs. Harry Johnson, Mrs. Annie Anderson, Mrs. Viola Kimbel, Mrs. i Madge LeDrew, Mrs. Helen For- rest and Mrs. Lucillc Nash. The next meeting will be held June 9 and all mothers or friends of the DeMolays are invited to attend. Weekend Guests Mr. and Mrs. B. G. Hough, now of Nelscott, Oregon, and Mr, and. ers. H. Ford of Portland, former ‘ spent the weekend with old child residents of Livermore, Iowa, hood friends, Mr. and Mrs. M. C Stark of \Vaterwheel Grocery, Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Taylor of Union and Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Hack of Shelton. The visitors returned to their respective homes Monday forenoon. we Are Proving It Every Day 30 MILES A GALLON THIS 3; NASH!” rd. ll- costs} ,' and , SHELTON-ASON co 1 I’HON YEaQIe Auxiliary Hold First Meet in New Home l The Eagles Auxiliary held their‘ first meeting in their new home, the Moose Hall, Monday evening. An election of officers for the coming year was held with Mrs. 'Ada Bassott elected madame president, Lovella Andrews, jun— ior vice-president: Opal Fredrick- ,son, viceqlresidellt; Ruth Collins. ichaplain; Audrey Austin, secre- ltary; Dorothy Lamb, treasurer; Eva Von Bargon, inside guard; Lydia Wolf, outside guard; Myra tle Glenn, trustee; and Lucy Pierce, conductress. The new offi- cers will be installed June 9. The Auxiliary voted to send the incom— :: ling president, Mrs. Bassett, as a delegate to the State Convention which will be held in Spokane, iJune 20, 21, A party was plan— ned for May at 8 o‘clock to Celebrate the Auxiliary's 14th birthday. All members are to come, dressed as 14-year-old girls. The refreshments will carry out the child motif also. The auxiliaries of Olympia and Elma have beeni invited to the party. Prizes will‘ 'be awarded for the three best dressed. The committee in charch of the public dinner to be sel‘ved‘ at the Eagles dance and carnivall on May 28 was appointed. Those} in charge of the kitchen are Clara: Stuck, Susan Griggs, Dorothy. Lamb, and Bertha Lord. The drill captain and her staff are in charge , of the table decorations and serv—j. ing. At the close of the evening, refreshments were served to about: 75 people. ,1 l l Lincoln Brownies l Hold Meeting l i The Lincoln Brownie Troop held? itheir regular meeting Monday} iMay 12. There were girls pres— ent and one guest. We worked on our dresses so they would be fin-l iished for our party at the Hoter ‘Shelton which will be at sixi o'clock Friday . UNTY JOURNAL ess. The next meeting will be ‘held with Mrs. Harry Dittman, May 23 . ‘ of Olympia. E 100 Mrs. Paul libiitman Entertains (liul) Friday afternoon, Mrs. Paul Dittman, Jr., entertained for the members of her bridge club at her home. There were two tables of cards in play with honors go— ing to Mrs. James Dunbar, Mrs, Frank Fontiman and Mrs. L. E.’ Attwood. Guests of the club were Mrs. Neil Zintheo and Mrs. Char—l les W'alton. Delicious refresh— ments were served by the hostv Miss Lorraine Carlson Honored At Shower llcrc Mrs. Viola Austin entertained Wednesday with a 1:30 luncheon and bridal shower for her grand- daughter, Miss Lorraine Carlson Those attending were Mrs. Gladys Smith of Olym— pia, Mrs, S. Smith of Elma, Mrs. Ruth Yule, Mrs. Harry Hurst, Mrs. Grace Springer, Mrs. Glen Story, Mrs. Audrey Austin, Mrs. iuby Mallows, Mrs. Arma Spring- er, Mrs. Fae Miller, Mrs. Lucyi Pierce, Mrs. Edna Webber, Miss Margaret Smith, Miss Bettyl Pierce, Miss Carol Pierce, Dickiel Clark. and the honor guest, Miss Carlson. The gifts were present— ed from a wishing well and the afternoon was spent socially. Mrs. (llare Hammond Entortains (Jiuh Mrs. Clare Hammond entertain- ed Thursday for her bridge club with a 12:30 luncheon at her home. Following the delicious luncheon two tables of cards were in play. Mrs. Glcn Story and Mrs. , Loni Herzog won honors. Tile next meeting will be held with’ Mrs. Herzog on Thursday, May .4 Capitol Hill Club Will Meet Thursday The Capitol Hill club‘ will meet school at the school Thursday afternoon,‘ ‘ ing of the year. M- A- “WW l4th War Relief Sewing l Return Home Saturday . Mrs. Francis Eacrctt and Mrs: Shll’ment Thls Weekend the fourth‘ John Dotson returned Saturdayi ' from Spokane where they attend-3 AhOthcr ShleChti ed the P.-T. A. state convention ' from the M350“ County Red CrOSSI the past week. Registered dele- war relief SCWihg ,Pl‘Ojectv Will gates numbered 644 this yearlbe made this 00m1hg Weekehdn The Shelton ladies reported the-r9139?ts MYS- Hm‘hert Mlllerv' convention this year was marked l Chall‘man, SO all ladies who are[ by the interest and enthusiasm of WON‘th 0“ war rehcf Scwmg 51ml the individual delegates. Lincoln urged to make CVCX'y Effort to received honorable men. complete their work in time for! tion for having forfilled six out i this Shipment ‘ of seven goals. A complete rc- This fourth shipment will be! port of the convention will be the largest yet made by the locali given at the Bordeaux and Lin- project and will total over 200i coln schools this Thursday. pounds of garments of various' kinds for war refugees. Visit Daughter Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Hatcher spent the weekend in Eugene, Ore- gon, visiting their daughter, Hel- en Mac, at the University of Oregon. i l l l I l “’IIO DISTRIBUTES POPPIES Memorial poppies are distribu- ted by volunteer workers from. the American Legion Auxiliary.’ Junior members of the Auxiliary, gordeaux p__1-.A_ Hear. ldaughters of veterans under 18I Delegate Report Thursday lycars of age, take an active part . i in the work, and in some com- The Bordeaux R'T' A' W111 meet i munities by volunteers from other I organizations of young women. None of these workers receive pay ,. : in any form, permitting ‘all nioii- ‘. .SpOkfalLfl’e' (Elm réFogt 931mg} “TECH ey contributed to go into the Le- % mg‘ Xe 68 u V” en 01 am 5 gion and Auxiliary welfare funds. and the new officers will be in«' . . . ApprOleately 100,000 women and stalled. The teachers Will serve! girls take part in the work on the tea. Important business will be finished as this is the last meet— PoPpy Day‘ May 15. Mrs. Francis Eacrett, del- egate to the State Convention at i i I ,Mother-Daughter Breakfast i Vlslt In HOQUIam lSuccessful Annual Event i .Mr. and Mrs. Duncan Wilson.’ The Breakfast at the Baptist, BlChaY‘dhhd Mary SP?“ Sunday Church, Sunday morning, which; 1n Ho‘lhlam VISltlhg With Mr. and is an annual event sponsored by} Mrs. Girard. Mrs. Girard is Mrslthe women's Circle for the girlsi Wilson's mOther- land Mothers of the church was . — . a very delightful affair with Th'mb'te. 0|:bT'reeténgs about 50 in attendance. Red and 0'50” "we "is a" lwhitc flowers were used for dec—b ThurSday 03’9th MTS- MYI‘UCiorations, and each Mother was Glenn entertained With a delicmus I presented a cor-sage made by the! thh for the members 0f th9| VV.W.G. girls. Mrs. L. Willey gave Thimble Club. Ten members wercl the greeting and Francis Leprew Present and the meetings we“? gave the response. Katherine diSCODtinued till September- Botts rendered a violin solo, Ger-| . ”‘ trude Silvers sang. “My Mother's. Sfuthsfie .CWb Bible" and Audrey Daniels gave' 5 ate acting in reading. i The Soutnside Club will meet. at] the community hall Friday after—lGirl Scout Council noon at 1:30. Plans will be madegSlate New Meeting for the annual school picnic to bel The Girl Scout Council will hold! held SOOh- ltheir postponed meeting Monday,. lMay 19, with Mrs. Ed Faubcrt at ill) o'clock. W.B.A. Will Meet With Mrs. Lambert Page Three Homebuildcrs Will Meet This Evening The Homcbuilders Class of the Baptist Church will meet this eve— ning at 7:30, their regular time. “Christ's Forview of Coming Events” is the topic for study this evening. Say It WITH FLOWERS They Bring Comfort and Happiness FUNERAL DESIGNS AND HOSPITAL BOUQUETS Delivec-d anywhere, anytime Travis Floral Shop Shelton Hardware Bldg. Phone 2700W PARAMOUNT THEATRE Wed: cszlay Only Shelton, \‘Vash. THE ALDRICH FAMILY 'n “LIFE WITH HENRY” Thursday 15¢ “THE DOCTOR TAKES A WIFE” and “PALS OF THE PECOS” Friday Saturday GENE AUTRY in “RIDING ON A RAINBOW” and “BEHIND THE' I at the home of Mrs. Ellen Harri- ; son for a 1:00 o'clock luncheon at -the next meeting Thursday, May i 15. Mrs. Doty Staley is the as—, lsisting hostess. Members are tol be ready to report on what they! The W.B.A. Club will meet Wed- ‘ Weekend Guests . nesday for a noon luncheon with Mrs. Oma Roller and Mrs. Alice Mrs. Lambert in the Skokomish§West of Centralia were Weekend! Valley for their regular meetinglguests of Mrs. W. R. Collier at; i528 Cota. have ready for the Mauock Fair. " Carnation Silver 1 More rec'ws “v. . A. ,9 :Tea Postponed lino cooklimokfu" also no dCd for The Silver Tea planned by tllCinth Mrs. Hugh Clark .Carnation club to have. been held! The Activettes meeting post—i Thursday at the home of Mrs. l poned from last week will be held Slates W’ednesday Meet Jesse Barrett has been postponed. Wednesday evening with Mrs. The Rebekah Social club will The new date will be announcediflugh Clark. It will be a 6:30 sup- mect Wednesday, May 14 at 2 , later. per, and a regular meeting. O'clOCk at the Odd Fellows Hall ______N Hwflwflww’wmflwmW Baptist Circle Meeting tor ‘1 “gm” meeting- Will Be Held At Church 3 Vl‘dl‘fi Hon Over \Nnkcnd A Ci1"<?le meeting W311 b“ hfld‘ Mi‘s. leorge Drske left Satur-‘I 'Wednesday, May 14 at the Bap- daV b train I l tist Church at 2 o'clock for 71 1‘92? Wilereysiie spellotr t.§;1gl\flrd€he?’rse%:y ulal‘ business meeting It is hop“! weekend with her son Donald at a good attendance Will be ln‘eseht the University of Oi-cgon‘ She drive this new kind of car today. as this is the first meeting under returned q, ‘ ‘ I Minday. You’ve never felt an automobile ; the new Officers- ride and dtiive like this Nash! , Friday Tea planned By Ladies of Moose l BIG 4-DOflR SEDAN The Friendship committee of the Ladies of the Moose will hold (II/unrated) Ambassador “600" 501165.49- livered here. Price includes standard equip- a Friendship tea Friday afternoon. merit and federal tax. White Side Wall at the.Moose {-Ia'H' Vlsmmg Speak' Tires,\VeatheiEye,FounhSpeedForward. ers W1“ be pleseht frmn seattlcl‘ Bumper Guards. and Convertible Bed are and a program Will be presented. optional extras. The tea will be held from 1 o’clock Chloe Dickinson, Scribe. NEWS” Sun. and Mon. (Only) I l W.C.T.U. Slate Friday Meeting The Women's Christian Temper- ancc Union will hold a regular business meeting Friday at o'clock at the home of Mrs. Vic- toria Burnett at 416 South Sev-i Robeka .enth Street. A large attendance‘ is expected to make the final; plans for the Mother-Daughter; banquet. ‘ Acti vettes Will Meet ‘) Social Club ! Plus Personal Appearance of CAPT. HARRY SCHNECK Only Nash has the riding the fun of it—come on in and Comfort of Coil springs on all four wheels . . . the magic ease of Two—way Roller Steering . . . the safety of a one-piece welded frame and body . . . Ihe roomi- ness of a front seat almost five ' feet wide! Sunday Visitors Mother's‘Dny dinner guests at‘ the home of“ Mr, and Mrs. Leigh Duffield‘were Mr. and Mrs. Thom- as Duffield of Hood Canal, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Duffield of Brem- erton and Marion and Buddy, Mr.‘ H ' ELECTRIC RANGE/Sf ,/ I, Only Nash can offer such fine Optional extras as the gas-saving Fourth Speed Forward . . . the Weather Eye Conditioned Air System . . . the Convertible Bed! till 3:30. Mrs. Lura Hurst is in , Attends . yam“ Re“ , charge with Mrs. George Andrews, y mon DEL'VERED Mrs. James Harrison and Mrs. i HERE Mabel Hall assisting her. W.C.T.U. Slate Banquet for Monday The Women's Christian Tcm~ perance Union will hold a Mo- ther’s-Daughter‘s banquet at the Masonic Temple Monday evening, May 19 at 6230' A“ Mowers arid The Past Matrons Order ofl “lends of the V.V'C.‘T'U' andfihen‘ I Eastern Star held ayver en'o -l daughters are anlted. All ll}tCl‘-‘ able mee’tip and mm lab; 4.2;}, leste‘d may make reservations by Mrs: Berth: Waldripc $hrhrz‘gayi canmg Mrs',vv' F‘ RObilts'.MrS‘ afternoon on Oyster Bay. There‘l W'. H‘ Snelgmvc or Mlb' waiter ‘was a good attendance present] 31110“ Mrs. L. Fisher of Stockton, Cali-l fornia, Mrs. Viola Kimbel, Mrs.i Etna Eliason, and Mrs. Collier" were guests of the club. i i mary and Tom Kidwell. Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Austin and‘ family spent Saturday in Seattle with her brother, Lloyd Shilling and on Sunday visited with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. K. Shill- ing of Alderwood Manor, where a family reunion was being held. Hotpoint? Lowest Prices, Greatest in '31 Years So—there's no doubt about it. Nash is by far the biggest value in the lowest-price field._]ust for 0!: Motors 5’. ‘ 15th Pine Nash Sixes and Eights are Today‘s Top, Values in all Three Pnpular Price Fields Past Matrons, 0.E.S._ Hold Enjoyable Meeting THE NEW Tiffany Super do qua style leader among electric ranges. Hotpoint’s most complete Electric Range with all the newest features. TN: New Cenlury Hotpoint's greatest ac- complishment in pro- ducing a high quality range at a real Iowprico. ) I Visiting Brother . Allen H. Crary of Tacoma spent 3 l the weekend at the Horace Crary ‘ ihome. The Mr. Crarys are bro-' , thers. Out of petroleum -CHICKENS VITAMIN E is being added to commercial poul— try feeds to make hens lay better and increase the “hatchability” of eggs. Scientists at the “University of Petroleum,” Shell’s $3,500,000 research laboratories, observed some peculiar crystals in a new product they had made from petroleum . . . crystals that proved val- uable in the artificial creation of Vitamin E— essential to animal fertility! Also in petroleum, Shell scientists have found a key to synthetic rubber— glycerine —— ferti- lizers — plastics scores of needed things. These are bY-products of their main assignment: finer Shell Gtsoline'. l w.s.c.s. slate i Their Next Meeting i The Women‘s Society for Chris- ;' tian Service will meet this Wilt-'1‘. ;' nesday at o‘clock at the church; ; Mrs. W. F. Roberts, M Robert“ l C. Johnson and Mrs. A/ ng‘u- , 5 son will be the liyscsp ' ‘ Weekend Guests/“i , Mr, and Joe Johnston of Port Angelw’wvel‘c Weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Georg: Cropper. 5": New Iiffany Stainless-stool copperclad 3-piece utensil set included with this new range. iAgajzo/P.-T. A. Slates l Ilgiday .Evening Meet 1 l/f'I‘he- Agate P.-T. A. will meet Friday evening, May 16, at 8 v o'clock, for. a short business meet- ing and a talk by Mrs. Helena Schmitz, delegate to the State convention in SpOkane. This will be. followed by a program and re- | freshments. A small charge will be made for the supper, pie, ice' cream and coffee will be served. Friday, May 2, the association held a silver tea with Mrs. Helena Schmitz, newly elected president. hostess. The afternoon was pleas- , antly spent by those attending. ,1 THE NEW CENTURY Features 0 3 new Improvcd NLSpoed Calrod Surface Units, each with 5 Measured Heats. 0 New S-Noat Thrift cooker with Flavor- Seal Lid. 0 New All-Purpose Flavor-Seal own. 0 New Calrod Baking Unit with new Nut Deflector. 0 New Radiant Broiler Unit—larger than over. 0 All-Porcelain enamel inside and out. 0 New Indicating Switch Buttons. 99 Frame is electrically welded. INSTALLATION EXTRA THE TIFFANY Features 0 3 New Ill-Speed Calrod 0 New Calrod Baking Unit Surface Units, each with new Heat Deflector. with 5 Measured Heats. . Warming Comp-rtmgnt o All-Porcelain enamel for foods and dish“- inslde and out o 2 Large Utility Drawers. c Beautifully styled Twin N“, 741".“ nu". VenetIa-Lite Lamps- Seal Thrift Cooker with 0 New Illuminated Switch 54h“ Cllmd Uh"- Dials. o 3-piece set of Tiffany 0 Built-in Electric Oven Copperclad. stainless- Timer-Clock. steel utensils with o Built-in Time Chime. “W9”- FIavor—Seal Oven. 0 Interior Oven Light. rmm Chicago INSTALLATION EXTRA om» "odds at law n: 0 New Duo-Speed Broller $09.08 at the “curry Lincoln P.-T. A. Will Meet Thursday Afternoon The Lincoln P.-T. A. will meet] ' Thursday afternoon at the school at 3:30. The program will be put on by the two first grades and the kindergarten. The Women’s Chorus will sing. Of special in— terest .will be a report-on the 'State Convention by Mrs. John Dotson. Tea will be served by the mothers of the two third ' grades. 2. Thermal conversion makes it extra rich in iso-compounds similar to iso-ocfane— first produced commercially by Shell scientists to give America loo-octane aviation gasoline. 95 l’ . 0. B. Foch?! Chicago o FAST as fire without the flame. o CLEAN as electric light. —witll new Brolling or Roasting Pan. Nash Brothers Skokomish Grange Plan Basket Social The Skokomish Grange will i hold a basket social Saturday eve- Ining at the Middle Skokomish ,school house at 9 o’clock. It is being held for the benefit of the baseball team. There will be dancing during the evening. l l Your Shell dealer has the new Solutized Shell (at regular 1, price) and Shell Premium— ,/ try a tankful today!