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20,1941.f Pfrttholic Church i Sheltonites Hosts For deor Thursday l Mail Carriers Saturday . l lzard's card‘ par- l Mr. and Mrs. Harold Carr, Mn} w in th e hfjld Thur-1* land Mrs. Clarence VVivcll and Mr.: lc Chue soc1al hall of and Mrs. Horace H. Crary were‘1 Enachle rch a‘L‘ 8 yo. hosts Saturday night at the Craryl ywvm1 and 500’ home on Angleside to thirty mem—l ,a (100 PITZeS for all bers of the Mutual of the Rural1 . . wm bf prlze also. Re— ; Letter Carriers’ Association and ‘their Auxiliary. The Mutual in- 8 served during, rs. Roy Rector is eludes Lewis, Grays Harbor, ill. “lilo -' “"11 i U , n made , flirty [Thurston and Mason counties. Re- L ,. Vinita freshments were served followingl ‘ TS- a program of entertainment and move -,. andWoods frOm Lewis. the regular business meeting at, ‘ which time there was discussionl ' 'fib'd ‘ ' d of topics of interest to the Car— 5011 John Jacob. , riers and suggestions as to better— uests of Mr. and» l . l . i I" and Mrs. John I, i l l l I I I Sta K‘ heySer. Mr. and .ment of service on their routes. . be Mfwser and son left iThosc present were: Mr. and Mrs. g‘c hing. for Juneau‘ Alas- H. N. Randall of Winlock, M11, 3. ,Watwlll take a position and Mrs. Oscar Mills and Mr. andl -0 get r . her bureau aMrs. J. Eastman, Chchalis, Mix, 9 . \— and Mrs. Earle Barronette, and 'v '3. Ehter Mr. and Mrs. Byrt Loomer of Cen- .: " H. Davis of S attlo tralia, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Gibson of’ the last two Vieekq’ Aberdeen, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Dun—[i ,l' and Mrs Gem, 6 Le: llap of Oakville, Leo SChIeSinger' 8. Leco'm te gig the land Miss Pearl Jewel. Yelm, Mn, Mrs Davisp ‘and Mrs. A. L. Brynlng. Richardl ' iBryning, C. Carpenter and R. R. 'Rucllty of Olympia, Mr. and Mrs. ay It {A. Slater of Edmonds and w. L.] iSal‘gisOn of Shelton and the hosts. I H29 C°mfort Shelton Women's Club Epplness Hold Closing Meeting SIGNS AND The Shelton Women‘s Club held, BoUQUETS its last meeting of the. year onl ~ a .\ “Where. anytime Mrs. Homer Taylor, Hugh Hamilton were elected as delegates and Mrs. Robert C. Johnson and Mrs. Robert Trenck— Monday afternoon at the home ofi Mrs. Loui Larson. The president,; and Mrs.l ‘mann as alternates to attend the held in Seattle in the near future. ANING PROLON -. G T E ,. n .OF YOUR CLOTHHES At Home night at the Shelton 7 ,Library next week, was read. Mrs. new member of the club. Robert C. Johnson read the pros- pective outline of the year‘s program. The program for the afternoon 1was “Modern Poetry." Mrs. Law- rence Burrell, as chairman, was assisted by Mrs. Duncan Wilson, ,Mrs. Frank Willard and Mrs. Leo ‘Martin. As guest of the club, Mrs. Art Walton, furnished Some inter- esting material on her father, toddard King, the poet. Perhaps his most widely publicized work was the words written to “There’s a Long Long Trail a Winding." iAn original poem by Mrs. Dun- can Wilson was also read. At the conclusion of current events, the =club was adjourned, to meet again the third Monday in September. S a fact. Fre— g makes your longer because i cleaning gent- H 0113 and grime pa “9 fabric fibres , ms and colors. ‘18 and skilful ’3 the long life clmined by us. ’Double H Honors Mrs. Bill Dickie The Double H met Thursday, May 16, at Mr. Leo Martin’s for a 1:30 dessert lunch. Mrs. Bill Dickie’s birthday was honored with a lovely gift. Two tables of con- tract were in play with Mrs. Wil- lis Burnett and Mrs. Dickie win- ning honors and Mrs. Lowell Mc— State Federation meeting to bei A letter from Mrs. Laura Plumb inviting the group to attend the! lWalter Elliott was voted in as a; Mrs. ' ' Mead. . -and cream s coming, ro es and blue r mi ttee, minty Steam , y & Dry i fillers Ginnis winning the galloping goose. Mrs. McGinnis was the guest of the club. The next meet- ‘ ing, June 5, will be held with Mrs. E. B. Sutton. 9 r;—-—~ “ . .06.9ozoozwzoozoozoozoozoozoozoozoofiozoozooznzcfi IALL THE REST OF THIS WEEK “ 3 Savings in Groceries, Meats " and Produce p ' II _, 19 11295.. ELECTRIC ROASTER ‘ 0 MIX MASTER 09.090.00.000... 0.00.00.00.00.00. .00..O....OO.“.O0.00.00.00.0 O O O .090 o o”. 9. [viii 0 TABLE LAMP 03° by PANTRY SET V see Those Big Prizes in Our Windows 'ENT ASK US ABOUT IT!! é. PRIZES AWARDED AT ’? 9. 3 RM. SATURDAY COFFEE and SUCKERS ALL DAY SATURDAY yourland’s 20th Century 0 O.” ’9 . REE O. O M .0 ’9 09 ; - e,“ be lad to arran e a demon- g g 1 10 . . team: any time you say in any one of the “I new “Torpedo” sixes and eights. dolomuworzhyléflf ,5,Zfi7?27¢ R‘ 3- Dickey 90 00 0:0 00 .QQ‘QOOoooooooooooooo: o o o .99..¢.o¢.oo.¢o.oo.».¢o.o¢.¢o.oo.oo.¢o.oo.¢o.oo.9 . __._._._.___.-_._.,__...._—-—~ SHELTON MOTOR CO. Bordeaux P.-T. A. I Closes For Summer The Bordeaux P.—T. A. hold its, last meeting of the year on Thursday alternoon. The Glee Club gave several enjoyable sclcc- I tions. Mrs. Francis Eacrett, they new president, gave a most in-! teresting account of her trip toi the state P.-T. A. convention ati Spokane, and brought to the‘ group many new ideas for their work. The following were elect-l ed as committee chairmen for the coming year. Budget and Finance ~— Mrs. Duncan Wilson; programsMrs. Len Walton; mem- bership—Mrs. Frank Swanson; historian—Mrs. Clarence Grunert; publicity—Mrs. Lawrence Burrell, and hospitality Mrs. Harold Additional members of these committees as well as Room ' Mothers will be chosen in the fall. Report was made of the phono~ ' graph purchasod by the P.-T. A. for the school. Mrs. ClarenCe Grunert gave an account of work done by the pro-school clinic held recently. 7 After installation of the ner officers, the retiring president, Mrs. Duncan Wilson, was present- ed with a gift in appreciation for her faithful work during the last, I i l l two years. The teachers, Miss Kristianson, Miss Tarte, Miss Ottini, Miss Cochrane, and Miss Rediska were in charge of the tea that follow- ed, with Mrs. Wilson and Mrs. Eaerett pouring at the beautifully arranged table. As usual, thel teachers, in theirs gracious man- ner, express their very active and. most sincere cooperation with thel P.-T. A., and deserve a vote of! l l thanks for their loyal service. Mooso Ladies Notes Include Tea, Work The Ladies of the Moose Friend— ship tea and program was well attended and huge success. The tables were lovely with yellow: iris centerpieces. The program con-I sisted of two piano solos by Mrs. [ John Dotson and Mrs. G. H. Dun-l ning, two vocal solos by Mrs.- Bernicc Stewart, accompanied byI Mrs. J. Dotson, a reading by Mrs. I Joe Hill, two piano solos by Mrs. Donovan Palmer, talk by Mrs. Lucy Lynn, senior regent, and short talks by Mrs. Lura Hurst, chairman of the Friendship com- Mrs. Mable Hall, Mrs. Ellen Harrison, Mrs. Olund and Mrs. Evelyn Coburn. The chair— man wishes at this time to thank all who helped in making this such a success. The Homemaking committee, which is headed by Mrs. Ellen Harrison, have made and present- ed nine dresses as well as lay- ettes to babies whose mothers were ill. The committee has also given material aid to the families in distress. Mrs. Evelyn Coburn, chairman of the Moose Ladies War Relief committee and official cutter and her assistants have not missed one working day for the Red Cross. yountaineers Announce ate of Annual Play For their 19th annual spring performance the Mountaineers will present that delightful Shake- spearean fantasy, “A Mid Summer Night’s Dream," on Sunday, June 8 and Sunday June 15 at 2:30 p.m. The audiences will view the play from natural slopes above the fern foot-lighted stage of the Little IForest Theatre, Mountaineer hav- en. 7 miles from Bremerton. For additional information re- garding tickets, transportation, or the players, please contact W. W. Kllmer, 506 So. “J” Street, Ta- coma. Mrs. Robert Brumblay and Mrs. A. Almaden Honored Mrs. Grisdale Crosby, Mrs. B. N. Collier and Mrs. Hugh Hamil- ton were co-hostess Friday after- noon at 1:00 o'clock luncheon at the Colonial House in honor of Mrs. Robert Brumblay and Mrs. A. Almaden. Rhododendrons were used about the room for decora- tion and the eight tables were centered with airy bunches of columbine. Mrs. W. M. Elliott won honors at the game and a original skit in rhyme was presented by 'Mrs. Collier, Mrs. Leo Martin. Mrs. Crosby. Mrs. Lawrence Burrell, Mrs. Hamilton and Mrs. Frank Willard. The two honored guests .were presented a. gift from the hostesses. Leaves on Trip Mrs. A. Almadcn left Sunday for a two months trip to the East. She will journey. to Columbus, Ohio, to visit her two sisters and then turn southward toward Lit- tlerock, Arkansas, to visit her son. Dr. Philip Almaden, an instructor in the college there. Loaves For Los Angclcs Mrs. Lantz Wiss, accompanied afternoon for Los Angeles where they will visit her nephew, George Marshall. They drove down and plan to be gone about 10 days. 317 So. First .known authority on flower ar— l i ._.__.._._____._._._.__.___..__ __ PHONE 100 Shelton Garden Club Will Meet Monday The public will have the oppor‘ tunity to hear Mrs. Eunice Curtiss of Seattle when she appears be-i fore the Shelton Garden Club on, Monday, May 26, at the Memorial' Hall at p. m. Mrs. Curtiss, well. rangements in the Northwest has just returned from the East. She. has appeared before the Sheltoni ladies on two previous occasions: once when she spoke on Christ— mas arrangements before the’ Shelton Club and when she spoke. before the Hood Canal Club and{ the Shelton Garden Club were} their guests. A small admission; charge will be made. The Garden Club wishes to thank the Seattle. First National Bank for their do- nation to the Railroad Avenue Beautification Project. Two can, loads of people from Shelton jom- ed the Rhododendron tour Sunday'- morning. 1’.—T. A. Convention Report. Given By Mrs. John Dotson The following is a summary turned in by Mrs. Dotson of her; report given at the Lincoln P.-T. A. meeting of the State Conven-, tion held in Spokane: . “The American Way" was the theme. Mrs. J. S. Stewart of: Longview, president of the Wash-i ington Congress of Parents and, Teachers, informed the parents that the world was built on deeds, I as examples to their children, not their words. She gave six commandmentsl necessary to continuing the Amer- ican Way—religion, self discipline, ‘ work, tolerance, security and cn-l joyment of simple things. Mrs. Stewart says we must re- member religious training is need- ed in our democracy and we as parents, have neglected religionsl training of our children in our homes. Dr. Frank S. Warren, president of Whitworth College, chose as; his subject, “Christian Education." He went back to the wisdom of Alfred The Great of England for this text. “Power is good if he be good who has it,” and it still carries through today and to- morrow. Religion is the only agency that produces tolerance, and understanding under pOWer. Dr. Warren says we need to return to that religious concept that made America great from the start and that the separation, of religion and education may prove fatal to American life. i Mrs. James K. Lytlc of Los Angeles, treasurer of the Nation-- a1 Congress, chose as her sub— ject, “A Quality." She says the American way of life is a pattern [out by every man and woman i I who came to American shores andl that Liberty was, the most stu-I pendous gift our forefathers gavel to us. Maintaining it is keepingi ,our standards and making them. l better. ' l Mrs. Lytle says she would like ito see the voting age reduced to i 18 years to keep the oldstcrs from {voting youth out of its rights. ,That youth should control the vote instead of the crystalizcd bo— liefs of the oldsters. She brought out parents should be i made to attend Parent Education classes if they won‘t study to be- come better parents of their own free will. Carl Ferguson, well known edu- cator in Spokane, said good character is acquired by one do- i ing his best in any situation. The ability to look at one‘s acts and lpass judgement develops charac~ ‘ tcr 'says hiking is the best of all recreations. Seeing beautiful na- tural things does something good lto the inner self. The parents should face each issue as it comes, trying to get the child to meet each life sit~ nation properly. ‘It is not a question of overlooking errors, but of helping the child use them for his own growth. Success is to be built on childrensl strength, not upon their weakness. The more study a parent has had the St. David’s Guild more willing they are to face their problems and work toward a solution. Holds Last Meeting The St. David's Guild held their last meeting for this season Wed- nesday afternoon with Mrs. Ber- nard Winiecki. The group, 15 mem- bers and three guests, Mrs. Todd, Rev. and Mrs. Thomas Jessett of by Phoebe and D011. left Sunday Olympia, met at 1 o'clock for alwill be held in the Masonic Tem— pot luck luncheon. The election of lofficers resulted as follows, presi- dent, Mrs. Robert Tabke; lst vice- president, Mrs. Phil Murphy; 2nd vice-president, Mrs. Earl Johnson; secretary, Mrs. Horace Skelsey; and treasurer, Miss Eastwood. One summer event has been planned by the Ways and Means commit- tee, a baked sale, to be held on July 3. A report on the organiz- ing of an Altar Guild of the St. David’s Church was given. Mrs. ] C. I. Pritchard is chairman of this l committee. Daughters Of Pioneers Slate Thursday Meet The Daughters of the Pioneers will meet Thursday at 2 p. m. at the home of Mrs. Mary Shel- ton. A report of the State Con- vention held at Yakima, May 12, 13 and 14. will be read at this meeting. Shelton Dancing Club Slates Last Dance For'This Season Dave Coleman’s orchestra from Grays Harbor which thrilled the Shelton Dancing club last month will return to play for the dance this Friday, May 23, which will be the last dance of this season. The committee in charge, Mr. and Mrs.‘ Roy McConkey, chairmen, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. McKenzie, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Kimbel and Mr. and Mrs. Kaphingst have an- nounced that it will be a sport dance and that sport clothes will be in order. l l i l l A CN -L __ (Willi : regular monthly meeting of Lin- coln P.-T. A. Thursday. the last meeting of this year. gnurse, thanked all members who, , Round-up, i unisoh and sang a number of very ', I the Flag Salute, and sang "Amer- l iea, also i The state recreation chairman. Brownie Pack Celebrates l i Cookie Sale. Success i Celebrating their exceptional success in the recent Girl Scout Council cookie sale, in which lthey distanced the field in troop sales, the Lincoln Brownie Pack, 5 led by Mrs. Lloyd Morgan, enjoy- led a dinner and theatre party attended the new uniforms for the first time, too. The dinner was held at the Shelton Hotel with Chef Charlie After the singing of America, , Darrow takingextra pains. to pro- 1 three school patrol boys led the i. “(39 a fancy Cllnner 0f “mt COCk' ‘ Flag salute. ’tall, chicken, ice cream and otll-, Miss Alma 1 or trimmings, and furnishing cute little airplane favors. i “I've never had a better be- haved group in the banquet room,” the chef commented after, the dinner. A record crowd It was Peterson, school had so willingly given their time, in helping make the pro-school Health Round-up such a success. Miss Peterson gave a very thor—, ough explanation of the benefits the child would receive by the stressing the fact that the work had just begun, as , V , the health record card was kept1 one _md1V1dua1 engag‘d 1“ I cookie sale. on f’lc and referr d to all throu h . MTS- Morgan's PaCk l e g 'sold 515 boxes altogether. grade and high school greatly as-' Sisting the school and nurse, ini , After the dmner the group 1'0‘. their future contacts with the tlred t0 the Graham Theatre £01“! la theatre party and again wonl u ’l. p pl a compliment for their cxccllcnti Mrs. Dotson stated in her rc- port of the state convention, that deportment from Proprietor Walt'. or Graham. every guest speaker there had i , , Sn. S_ d th -m on n c of S -r~t_ Mrs. Morgan was aSSlsted by] 6 S0 9 1 p a C W 1 Mrs. Dick Buechel and Mrs. Ro- ual value in the home, as being _ , necessary for the proper training- glalgyGerhardt 1“ ChaPCI‘Omng the and character building of our C.S.C.S. Girls and Mothers , children. . Mr. Geo. Cropper thanked the . , association for its donation of Plan p'cn'c Lunch $10.00 to Cub Scout pack No. The C.S.C.S. GII‘RS and Mothers 10. Mrs. Clyde Wells presented stm meetl fl? 3 P2302“: dlun‘fi: at k . h- , pencer .a c on .a ur ay. ars a noteboo contammg lstory will leave the Methodist church at 11:30 a.m. and return about 4 p.m. notes of Lincoln P.~T. A. from 'ts i 911 the 1 begmnmg n 1 Up to |In case of rain the meeting will» be postponed until after school present time. closes. 1 inc Crane with a special award The Flag was won by Miss Clumb‘s first grade, as a reward for having the most mothers prcs— ‘ cnt. Mrs. John L. Dotson, president, Brownies Hold Monday Meeting . The Lincoln Brownie troop held introduced each officer who re-l , , . their regular meeting Monday af—, i ternoon with 36 girls present. Mr. sponded with a few words of rect‘n . g 1 g MI.S.;Fesslei' gave us a treat of ice In closing the meeting, ‘crcam. Dotson expressed her apprecia~. . . . i tion to the officers, each commit- Chloe Dickinson Scubc' '| l I tee chairman and its members. and to every member, both mo-i Dfigngnglsfiggs Vlvler}: Smsth em i3: . ' ' , . on Sun ay. r. an rs. e -j their fine splilt of co-operatlon ford are from DuPont. 1 l and splendid work all of which, was so necessary to make a suc- Mrs. Elmer Smith cessful year and such a grand‘ Entertains For 01"}, P-'T- A- i l Mrs. Elmer Smith entertained Lincom P-‘T’ A. feels JUStly , at her home Thursday evening for PYOUd 0f the Part they had 111,the members of her bridge club.7 first organizing the women’s chor-' There were two tames of cards us and are very grateful to it for in play with Mrs, Lawrence Mun- 50 graCiOUSIY rendering for their son guest of the club. Mrs. Glen enjoyment. these three 5010Ct10n53 Edgley and Mrs. Roy Getty won “Calm Be Thy Sleepy" “1 Heard honors with Mrs. Edglcy winning at Forest Praying.” alld “Didn’t the galloping goose also. Delic- Il Ram" The Chorus was di" ious refreshments were served by meted by MT- Halgrimsoni and the hostesses from a table clever-1 accompanied 0’1 the Piano by Mrs. ly decorated with spring flowers. Bertha Dunning. iThe next meeting will be held Tile little tots of Miss Harrell‘s with Mrs. George Cropper. ‘ kindergarten displayed some of I their handiwork, recited poems in ll; sweet Songs. in.“ i .Mrs. .‘Pugh's first grade pro-i sented a group of Folk songs‘: which were enjoyed very much. 3 After singing" several songs,’ Miss Clumb‘s first grade gave " then marched out of the room, showing how early citizen- ship training is carried on in our schools. . Mrs. Roy Eells and Mrs. Lloyd Loughnan planned the very ldelightful tea, served by the room mothers of the two third grades. . The tea table was very beauti- , ful with a centerpiece of pinki roses and syringa with dark blue iris. The side tables had. bouquets of rhododendrons. Miss; McClelland and Miss Janansen poured. , Makes Official Visit ,Thursday Evening Neil Zintheo, assistant, lecturer of the Grand Court, Order of Am- aranth, paid his official visit to‘ the Grays Harbor Court No. 3 Thursday evening. He was accom- panied by Mrs. Zinthoo, Mrs. Ella McCulloch and Mrs. Vera Duffleld. l jAmaranth Will Entertain Grand Royal Matron, Patron i Tllc Laurel Court, Order of Am- , laranth will celebrate their 13th i ‘ birthday Wednesday. May 21. Lois Levine and Livy Nelson, Grand .Royal Matron and Patron, respec- jtively of the Court of the State ‘of Washington from Seattle, will make their official visit. The Col— onial Court, Order of Amaranth of Seattle will be guest of the Shel- ,ton group, as they were the spon- ; sors of the Laurel Court. A 6:30 inc—host dinner at the Hotel Shel- ton will be the starter. All mem- bers are invited to attend, calling ( the hotel or Ida Kirkland to make Ireservations. The regular meeting Natural color gold wrist watch, fully jeweled and guaranteed. iple starting at 8 o'clock. The pro- ,gram will consist of initiation of two new members and Mrs. Ollie ,Cleveland‘s school children from ,Schneider’s Prairie will present a skit. Other officials and visitors ; are expected from various parts of the state. ~ Activettes Slate : Dinner Meeting The Activettes will meet Wed- nesday with Mrs. Bill Bourland at 1514 Summit Drive for a 6:30 din- ner. 15 and 17 jewel Elgin wrist watch. $24.75 to $37.50 Eagles Auxiliary Slate Luncheon The Eagles Auxiliary will give, another of their public luncheons Wednesday noon at the New Moose ‘ Hall. Thursday night they will, celebrate their 14th anniversary with a kid party. Members are to come dressed as kids of 14 to the Moose Hall at 8 pm. Mrs. Whittle Invites Public l The public is invited to attend {a flower making bee with Mrs. ‘Whittle, May 21, at 1:30 a.m.l l till 4 p. m. Each person should, bring fine crepe paper, paste and shears. Also sandwiches or cake. i Man‘s wrist watch in na- tural color gold, jeweled and guaranteed. By Elgin. $24.75 up Friday Club ‘ Slates Meeting The Friday Club which was postponed last week will be held lthis Friday, May 22 with Mrs. Ernest Carlson of Potlatch, at 1:30 p. m. Man’s wrist curved wrist watch, in natural color gold. Guaranteed. $10.00 to $16.50 Visit Cousins and Misses rigan with their cousins, and Mrs. McConkcy \Vednesday; shower and Thursday of last week. V.F.\V. Auxiliary Postpone Sewing meeting two weeks later, so it, won‘t conflict with the poppy > sale. ’ of Red Cross sewing each month. I . . Girl Scout Counctl Mrs. Morgan presented Ernest-I Holds Meeting for selling 49 boxes of cookies, Monday with Mrs. the large“ number 501d by any .The next meeting will be held on; the June 2nd with Mrs. Robert Allan. h Royal Neighbors Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Kcl‘rigan j Hold Meeting, Party Anll and Katie Ker—1 At the regular meeting of the li‘rzmcisco, visitedilloyal Neighbors on Thursday, E. F. Martin ‘ May 15, they held a handkerchief in honor of Mrs. Effie ‘, Lincoln. The showm‘ was follow- 1 ed by a short program and re- ifrcshments. he next meeting will be June ’ of San Friday night which was attended l .1. Lincoln p__T_ A, by 37 of the 41 members of the The regular meeting of the, Holds Last Meet Pack. The Brownies were their V-F~W~ Sewmg Clllb has been ‘, “*’“""“”"""’ """"*—“— ’ postponed until their regular ‘- The Abstract Man of The club will do a quotal , Mason County ,Visits Parents l . Glenn Bedell spent the weekend1 A L with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. F.‘ ' ' G. Bedell. He left Wednesday with l the 3rd division for King county,‘ California. Abstracts, Real Estate Loans and Insurance BELL BUILDING SHELTON, WASH. The Girl Scout Council met on3 Ed Faubert.l ACKNOWLEDGl‘ilENT A THIS IS I.\’ RECOGNITION of the many expressions of appreciation and interest. in our series of articles, “Telling the Public About the Doctor" that were published during the This is also an announcement that these articles past year. . . on medical will be continued for the next twelve months . subjects of interest to the layman. It is very obvious the general public is interested in authentic information along the lines of better health. and a more thorough understanding of what the medical profession is doing to prevent, alleviate and eliminate disease and suffering. 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