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May 15, 1941     Shelton Mason County Journal
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Page Four Bitten by snakes, charged by tigers, attacked by pythons, l chased by crocodiles, these are Paramount Shows a few of the harrowing experien— 'ces of which Schenck will talk. I Harry SChQHCk W1“ ten 0f hls i There is comedy relief in the pic- yungle experience at each 1301" l ture which makes it real enter-I formance of his picture, “Beyond I tainment for old and young alike. I Bengal" playing at the Paramount I Every foot of film, every arm I Thf’atl'ev Sunday 31ml Monday l mal sound recorded, are authentic, ' The Malayan Jungle WI‘Qte the l you actually see and hear the real Story and Harry schean phOtO‘ jungle. You see the jungle beastsl gFaPhEd ltv 500-000 feet from i within ten feet of the camera. which the picture has been cut. l PORK ROAST . . lb. 19c I PORK STEAK . . lb. 220 PORK SAIISAGE lb. 12% I SALT PORK . . . lb. 80 l Fat Back. l l BREAST IIEAL . . lb. 140 ' BREAST LAMB f. . lb. I40 BAOOH . . . ."lb.'22(: SHORT RIBS . ‘. Ib.zI.5c FRESH FISH Shel on , l l I l l l l Mrs. Wanamaker Norman Dunkelberger , Belinda," ‘ Ed Townsend. .1 Will Speak For High Graduation Mary M. Knight School, May 14.4«Mrs. Pearl Wanamaker, state l superintendent of schools, will de- liver the commencement address at Mary M. Knight high school May 29 at which two seniors, and Irvin Valley, will he graduated, Supt. A. D. Hunter announced today. Thirteen eighth grade pupils will also receive diplomas at the same exercises. The spring play, “Brothers 01‘ coached by Miss Fran- ces Markwell, will be given May 23 in the school auditorium at eight o’clock. Vocal and iii-I strumental music numbers will l accompany the program. The ‘ cast is: Brooks Eaton, a guest at Broad- acres——Ralph Rothrock. Arlene Niles, rather fond of Brooks—Catherine Price. Gordon Ellis, another guest —79 Janice Royce, rather fond of Gordoanoanne Ambrose. Belinda Bassett, incorrigle flirtl riRenee Sandmire. Wilmot Barnes, another guestjnual Spring concert at Fort Or. I chard. Sally Clifford. Father fond of; pils from Belfair attended, and ~r-Howard White. Wilmot——Annabelle Springer. ‘ Sarah Bassctt, Belinda’s aunt~AI June Morrow. Annie. Sarah's maidA-Nettiel Ritter. Barton Bassett, Belinda's fa-i theeroward Hunter.' Alvin Jones, Sarah‘s protege -I Louis Davis. l Theatre Life—“Is Doubly Depleted 0n Graham Bill Two shows which have attract- ed more than usual interest from the critics, and which both carry out the theme of theatrical life, will appear at the Graham Thea- tre this weekend. “Road Show” starring Adolphe Menjou and depicting the trials and tribulations of a theatrical troupe on the road is the feature attraction for Friday and Sat- urday. Assisting Menjou are beauteous Carole Landis of cave man fame (1,000,000 B. C.) and droll Charles Butterworth. Another phase of theatrical life, the circus, is the brought to the screen sunday, Monday and Tues- day, with the presentation of “Chad Hanna” starring Henry Fonda, Dorothy Lamour and Lin- Meat and Ice Phone 21 ..I uuuuul luauww f I I *When the 29,000,000th Ford rolled recently from the assembly line, an all- time record for the industry was set. 29,000,000 units built by the same man- agement and all bearing one name—4a name that has become one of the best— known trade-marks in the world! It is significant that this achievement comes at a time when our country is making a mighty effort to re-arm swiftly. For to further that effort, to help Speed , it along in any possible way, we. have, offered the vast facilities of the Rouge Plant and every ounce of our experience; As you’read this, a new $21,000,000 Ford airplane engine plant, started'mly' last fall, is nearly completed. A new mag- nesium alloy plant. one of the few in the is right now been filled for in cars, staff cars a car issimply on A -It is good to on the way! .ronn i or Moron.roupnuv z ‘W See The New Fords " AI Huerby Motors Authorized Ford Dealer for Mason 0' Phone 16 _fl_-._f__f.bw_.;.__fim I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I l I I I I I I I I I A country, is already in production on light- weight airplane engine castings. Work $18,000,000 plant for mass production ‘of big bomber assemblies. Orders have types, including army reconnaissance In the midst of this activity for National Defense, building the 29 millionth Ford The public has acclaimed the 1941 Ford car as the finest in Ford history. Ford ..Dealers are enjoying their greatesrsales “and expecting their best year since 193 7. . America needs, and to bé "Setting records 1st Pine da Darnell in a story of a small circus troupe of the last century. .Ioiii‘nalmant-Ads—Phone 100 l l l A record I never before I approached! under way-en a neW‘ ilitary vehicles. of several nd bomb service truck” . e part of the day’s work. l l l I I be producing the things I I I L ounty Belfair Council «son gave a beach party. ,ra Nichols, Don Beck, Patsy Joe ! Those from here were Mary Ruth l l l 1 l l i l fair starting at 8:00 p. m. i l _Mrs. Betty Curl over the week- lBirthday Party ~Edward Townsend, Dick Corey, Sunday evening with Mr. Giving Carnival May 23 and 24th! By Mrs. Gladys Irving I Belfair, May 14. The Bel—l Community Council com- representatives of the posed of is sponsoring a carnival in the Belfair grade school Friday and! Saturday, May 23rd and 24thI There will be many interesting attractions including a flower show, hobby show, antique dis-- play, interesting booths and dis- plays. Food will be served by: the Belfair Ladies’ club. l The proceeds from this carni- val will go towards the building fund for a Community club house. Everyone is cordially invited to come and join the fun. Saturday evening Ruth John- Thosel who attended were Marie Opsata, Torger Lee, Jack Collins, Barba- l Miachel, Katie Foster, Joe Zde—l neck, Jack Caldwell, Dick Sessin and Russell Dahl. Some went swimming and then enjoyed lunch; by the fire. Thursday, May 8 the South; Kitsap high school had their an-l l Quite a number of pu-i took part in it. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Harris vis- l ited their daughter, Mrs. Ken-I neth Allan in Olympia on Mo~, ther's Day. Dale Ructy of Olympia visited. his sister, Mrs. Glen Harris, Sat-l urday night and Sunday. Last Wednesday, May 7th, the Belfair Girl Scouts went to the Girl Scout convention in Seattle. Michael, Patsy Miachel, andi Betty Michael, Marie and Deanl Opsata, Myrtle Culbertson, VVan-l (la Thomas, Trudie Hendrickson, Katie Foster, Ruth Johnson, JeanI Klum, Anna Lou Keith, Dorothy Newkirk, Lois Kittock and threei others, whom we didn’t get names of. Mrs. Parker Johnson, Mrs. Opsata, Mrs. Kittock, and scoutI leaders Mrs. Mary Theler and Mrs. Williams. They heard Mrs. Herbert Hoover give a lovely speech. It was in the Civic Audi-l torium, in Seattle. Fern Eddie returned home last week from the hospital, after an appendix operation. She is re-l, covering nicely. I I Mrs. Irby, daughter of Mrs. Carr and sister of Mrs. Erniel Cox, is visiting relatives in Bel- fair. The Boy Scouts gave a thers Monday evening at schoolhouse. They invited Girl Scouts to attend too. The fathers Were the ones who did the cooking and served the lunch.‘ :The scouts gave roses to the mothers and friends. I Mrs. Newkirk and Mrs. Chas,I lBeck were shopping in Bremen; I‘ton Monday. l C. C. CaSad of Bremerton vie-f -ited the scout meeting Monday} Iing will be June 11 with Claral l evening. The Garden club will meet! I again the 23rd and 24th, when} , l they will have a flower Show. Al— I' CathOIic Committee I so a carnival will be given at the. W111 Plan Card Party schoolhouse. I Mr. and Mrs. Alexander and daughter of Seattle were guests l of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Theler Sun- l : daY- lof all those persons whose name Harold Williams who underwent I an operation last week for ap-E ' pendicitis, was home again Tues-l ‘ day. “Williams home. and convalescing at thel Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Sparks; andnchildren from Walla Walla,'§ visited the Johnson home over- the weekend and Mother’s Day.f Mrs. Johnson is Mr. Sparks-ind, ther. .‘ I About 35 ladies attended the: shower given Mil-s. Alfred Emmertl at the Crosswhite... home lastI Thursday. Mrs. Eml'mert receiv-' ed many useful gifts. ' I l Mr. and Mrs. Koff called on} Tuesday evening at the Irvingi home. Mrs. Glen Harris called on Mrs. Harry Hyde Monday. ‘ Louie Curl from .the Militaryl Training School at San Diego, came home to visit his mother,l end and Mother’s Day. The storm Sunday night dis- rupted light and telephone serv— ice for quite a while in this vicin— ity. . , . . Mr. and Mrs. Herrick visited the Crosswhite home Sunday, “and while there visiting, their daugh- ters, Virginia Herrick and Mariel Crosswhite cooked their parents’ a Mother’s Day dinner at the Herrick home. Marie Crosswhite celebrated her , 13th birthday on Tuesday. Shel had as guests her teacher, Mrs.l Records and Virginia Herrick and Elsie Warren. 1 I I i l I l Heads Matlock Social Events By Mrs. Zeo Priszner Matlock, May 14. H Mrs. E1. l vin Hearing gave a birthday par- ty for her nephew, Ernest King, on his 20th birthday last Wednes- day evening. Those present were. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Townsend,I Tom and Benny Peckham, Mrs. Rediska, Elvin Hearing and the guest of honor, Ernest King. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Wolliver and son Garry, of Tacoma, spent Sun- day with Albert Winkelman. Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Michael were Shelton callers Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Rediska and daughter, Miss Myrtle, visited on and I I I Mrs. Elvin Hearing and Mrs. ; Rediska. Mrs. George McAfferty of I Olympia spent Sunday evening atl the Fred Ferris home and Mon-' day going up to Camp 3 to visit relatives and friends. I The Mary Knight dance turned out real well Saturday night: A splendid crowd and good music. Mrs. A. S. King, -Mrs. Elvin SHELTON—MASON COUNTY JOURNAL o I 5. o .0 v I I, ' _ [daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold various community organizations; I V.F.W. Auxiliary Mo‘l San Francisco by plane last Sun- . ther’s Day party to the scout mo—I day. the,l the; Mrs. Lambert Entertains [At Her Home For W.B.A. p callers in Aberdeen Friday. 0.0 9 o.o SOCIAL .— ’0 Mildred Griggs Weds I In Olympia Sunday Sunday afternoon at 1 o‘clock in the First Methodist Church in! Olympia, Miss Mildred Griggs,I Griggs of Route 1, Shelton, be- lcame the bride of Martin Otto, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Otto of Littlerock. The Reverend Paul H. Ashly performed the ceremony. The bride was attractively- gowned in a floor-length model of pale blue taffeta, cut with puff sleeves, square neckline, and gored skirt. Her bouquet was of pinlr. and white carnations, and she, wore a tiara of white bridal wreath. Miss Elsie Heinold, a classmate of the bride, was her only attendant. Miss Heinold wore I a pink taffeta gown and carrie yellow and lavendar iris. MickeyI Class of Littlerock, was best man. Following the wedding a din- ner was given for the immediatei families at the home of the bride‘s parents. The table was beautiful- ly decorated with pink and white streamers and mixed spring flow— ers. The young couple will make their home in Shelton where the groom is employed at Rayonier Incorporated. l I l Appoints Delegates Appointments of delegates for the District and Department En— campments include, Mrs. Arthur Mackey, Mrs. R. W. Strick, Mrs. Fred Weaver, Mrs. E. F. Martin, and Mrs. Wm. Compton. The al— ternates include, Mrs. Robertl Springer, Mrs. Ralph Pigg, Mrs] Wm. Compton and Mrs. Arthur' Welsh. The District Encamp- ments will be held in Hoquiam on June 7, and will elect the district president. The Department En- campment will be held in Bell- ingham. A regular meeting will be held Friday in the Memorial Hall at o’clock. The Sewing club met last Fri— day with Mrs. Elroy Nelson and Mrs. Fred Hickson, assisting host- ess. There were seven present. Visits Sister Margaret Marshall, who flew up from San Francisco Sunday of last week to spend a week with home folks on Puget Sound, visit- ed with her sister, Mrs. Estelle Shumway at Hoodsport on last Tuesday and Wednesday. She was accompanied by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Adams, of Ever- ett. Miss Marshall returned to lSPiotlatch Neil’s Mrs. Fred Compton spent Satur—i The W.B.A. met with Mrs. Myrtle Lambert in Skokomish Valley Wednesday afternoon for their regular meeting. There Were 14 members and guests present. The group decided to attend the State W.B.A. convention in Ta- coma on June-9. The next meet— Rosenburg, in Skokomish Valley. I A committee meeting has been called to plan the next Catholic card party' which will be held May 22. The committee will consist starts with “‘M” and the. follow- ing letters of the alphabet. The group "will meet in the Catholic parish at 8:15 p. m. Friday eve- sung. Daughters 0f Pioneers Delegates Return Mrs. W. C. Dickey, Miss Sylvia Borst and Mrs. B. S. Barger. of- ficial delegates of the Mason County Chapter, returned Wed- nesday evening from Yakima where they attended a three-day convention of the Daughters of Pioneers of the State of Wash- ington. They reported the trip as being especially nice and that there were about 150 delegates in attendance. l I ers. Charles Dahlman IHonored By Rebekahs At the r gular meeting of the 'Rebekahs Iiday iii the Odd Fel- lows Hall, Mrs. Charles Dahlman vwas presented with an ovenware casserole. Cake and coffee were Served during the evening. The committee, appointed toI care for the Rebekah graves this' year include; Mrs. Susie Dobson. Mrs. E. F. Martin" and ElizabethI l Butler. ‘ . / Mr. and Mrs. 'Watson Announce. Engagement Mr. and Mrs. James Watson an- nounce the engagement of their daughter: Harriett, to Asa Hud- son of Seattle. The wedding date hasn’t been set. Milli Greek Community Club Holds Meeting The Mill Creek Community club met with Mabel Spaulding on Wednesday, May 14. Following a‘ short business meeting, Mrs. Imogene Combs, president of thel District Federation of Women’s Clubs gave a talk. The next meet- ,ing will be with Marjorie Lee at the home of Mrs. Lura Hurst on Wednesday, May 28. Enjoy Ice Follies Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Hatcher, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. McKenzie, Mr. and (Mrs. Herb Angle and Mr. and Mrs. Phil Murphy attended the Ice Follies in Seattle Wed- nesday evening. The group re- orted being thrilled with the exe- ‘cellent performances. Hearing and Mrs. Anna Rediska visited with Mr. and Mrs. Elmar Bradberry on Mountain View Sun~ day afternoon. Mrs. Zeo Priszner was a busi- ness caller in Aberdeen Fridayl Mrs. Elvin Hearing, Mrs. A. S. King and Ernest King were also p... w._.__.. l l l Brevities Here? By Elizabeth Hussman and Mildred \Voodwcrih Potlatch. May 14. Mr. l andl day in Tahuya visiting friends.?, On Sunday they visited friends‘I . . . I and relatives in Seaoeck. Mr. and Mrs. Alan Main and? sons of Olympia. were the \R’fECK-I end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Roy, Asleson. Mr. and Mrs. F. G. their granddaughter Judy B of Bremerton. She came Sunday and will return horn: \Vednc ' Miss Merrill Woodworth re ed home Tuesday (evening for a short visit with her family. She has as her guest Miss Ann Sher- rier of Seattle. Mrs. H. J. Hussiiian and Mrs. George Sislcy attended the East»; ern Star on Tuesday evening at Union Masonic Hall. I Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Lord Zl“.tT' daughter Vernadine were gu of Mr. and Mrs. K. Simmons on Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Reader and to sons Billy and Donald. drove Everett Saturday, varliure tr , spent the weekend with the To .1 Readers’. I Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Severance} and daughter Donna Elaine, of” Manchester, were guests of the. Pagels’ over the weekend. entertained guests from Mr. and Mrs. Kingsley Gadlo)j Sunday. Miss Nellie Esaw visited her parents ever the weekend. On} Sunday she returned to Seattle} Alder : Where she is employed. I Mr. C. E. Sstolzn’ian and MrsI Mabel Templeton of Tacoma, ‘Nul‘t: ‘ guests of Mr. and lVIi‘,’-‘.. ’l‘mziplxnts: on Sunday. Women’s Club Delegates I Attend Chevy Chase Inn Meet ' Mrs. B. C. Combs, president of; the Mason County District of, Federated Women’s clubs, Mrs; H. E. Peterson, of Grapcvh VI, and; .Mrs. Robert Nutt, correspondingI secretary, all motored to Chevy Chase Inn, near Port Townsend to attend the spring meeting oi’I the Olympic District of Federatedl Women’s clubs, Wednesday, Mayi 7th. Mrs. Combs spoke in behalf of; been I on 3 Mrs. Peterson, who has nominated for first director the Washington State Executive Board of Federated Women’s clubs. During the luncheon l‘v’ll'I-l. Combs was presented a beautiiulj Olympic Dis—I corsag‘c from the trict. ' PO-DO . SHAVING CREAM . 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