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May 21, 1920     Shelton Mason County Journal
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:FRIDAY, MAY 21, 1920 w m ' m i Local and Personal i i|Ii|iili ,]. C. McKiel was in town from Only one more week of school. l'otlatch Saturday on business. Teml)US fugit. Mrs. Jesse Clark was in town from Lake Cushman er a short stay tiffs week. Mrs. Pete LeGall antt children of Camp 6, were Shelton shoppers on 1;'riday. Mrs. T. Richert of the Skokomish valley visited her daughters in town on Tuesday. George Wiss cut hsi knee badly at the Wiss mill last Friday and will be laid up for a time. Mrs. Mae Scovel and Mrs. Emma O. Smith spent several days in Ta- coma this week. Charles Js:cobson of Camp 1 was in town Monday for treatment for an injured foot. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Ottermatt with a party of friends motored to Tacoma last Sunday. Born, at Dayton, May 24th, to Mr. and Mrs. h'a Rishel, a son. i The bark is beginning to 1)eel free- ly and another winter is in sight. H. S. ALUMNI HONOR /Meth0dist Church GRADUATING CLASS / n Episcopal AT ANNUAL BANQUET / 00+orning0000',?gy00000000o7 o'clock L A R G E S T ATTENDANCE AT ALUMNI AFFA1R HELD AT IIOTEL SI1ELTON LAST NIGIIT were in town from Enati Monday to attend the funeral'of baby Lucia White. -: Mr. and MrK-Max Schmidt of Cushman's 'camp "v.re. "PIW over the arrival of a 13-pound girl bn Sumlay, May 16th. A new White bus, finlshed in bright red paint, has been added to The tenth annual alumni banquet at t,e Hotel Shelton last night was the scene of the largest gathering t' Shelton tfigh school alumni ever hehl Mr. and Mrs. Albert Butler are the here. Tim banquet was given in parents of a girl born Tuesday, May lhonor of the 28 members of the grad- 18th. uating class of 1920. " , t Nearly a hundred alumni members Joe Thibet, handy man at cne ]were present including several who Hotel Shelton, struck his temple with ]made the trip back espially to at- an axe yesterday and called for first lten d the annual gathering. The ban- aid. ]quet was held in the dining room of ithe hotel whior was decorated for the Mr. and Mrs. Preston A,Tnstrong occasion. is now on the Rhododendrons are out and passing tourists are finding a few bunches along' the Olympic Highway to carry home with them. Mention has not previously been made of the birth of a boy at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Benson on Pickering on April 30th. Ralph Hartson, donkey engineer at John Kneeland's camp, had his leg injured by the cable Monday and is forced to resort to crutches. Frosts were in evidence almost ev- Miss Alice Faubert of the class of '15 presided as toastmistress of the evening. The follownig toasts were given. "The Class of 1920," by Ber- enice-F. Potts; "The Alumni," by I Edmund Skelsey; selected subject, by F. C. Mathewson of the school board; "What It Means to Be an Alumnus," by Superintendent H. Enzo Loop; and a selected subject, by Professor C. L. Gilbert. i The following menu was served at the I)'mquot: Cretan of Tomato Soup Radishes Green Onions Lettuce with Mayonnaise Fillets of Sole Tmar Sauce Leg of Veal Sage Dressing Creamed Peas French Fried Potatoes Hot Buns Fruit Jello Whipped Cream Cake Coffee ---- Preaching 11 o'clock. Evening Services 7:30. Prayer Meeting 7:30 Thursday even ing. The public is cordially invited to these meetings. W. It. Thomas, Pastor BAPTIST CIIURCH Sunday School at 10 a. m. Morning Service at 11 a. in. Young People's Meeting at 7 p. m. Evening Service at 8 p. m. Prayer Meeting on Thursday night at 8 o'clock You are invited to attend these services. Addison Self, Pastor. , CATHOLIC CHURCH "St. Edward's Catholic Church" On 2nd Sundays first Mass is at 8 a. m, and 'second Mass at Skoko- mish at 11 a. m. On fourth Sundays Mass at 10 a. m. Evening devotions at 7:30 p. m. CARD OF TIIANKS We wish to thank our many friends and neighbors for their help and kindness in our bereavement and for the beatiful lioral offerin's. Ab;o the boys at camp for their thoughtful donation. Mr. and Mrs. Harold White. Mr. and Mrs. G. L. White. Mr. and Mrs. A. Butler and family. the mail line and A. L. Bell is in Everett this week Olympia tn. attending the annual convention of Woodmen of the World. J. F. Simmons drove over from Potlatch Tuesday evening and spen several hours in town. Mrs. Jen'y Valley and Mrs. G. D. .Hodge, of Camp 4 were in town Tuesday on business. Mrs. W. S. Heekman was called to Seattle this week by the serious ill- ness of her brother-in-law. Mrs. Wm. Gibson, of Willapa, is visiting friends and relatives at the Mr. and Mrs. Will Forbes drove over from Puyallup Sunday for a day's visit with Mr. and Mrs. Knight and old-time friends. Mr. Forbes says that the berry crop in the Puy- allup Valley will not be as large as SPECIAL REBEKAH MEETING A special meeting of the Ruby Rebekah Lodge No. 75 I. O. O. F. will be held on May 27th, 1920 at 8 p m. to entertain the president. RED CROSS MEETING head of the bay this week. Miss Mary Dillon of Portland came up to visit friends in town this week and attend the alumni ban.quet. Mrs. Ellen Horn and Master Ray- mond Horn returned Monday morn- ing from a trip Of several days to Matloek and Montesano. Mr. and Mrs. G. L. White, of Sea- ttle were in town Friday to attend the funeral of the little daughter of :Mr. and Mrs. Harold White. R. C. Forck last Sunday moved his family over from Detroit .to the new home recently purchased in town, and is now a permanent resident. W. D. Brobeck left this week for Tacoma where he will work. Mrs. Brobeck and children expect to fol- low as soon as a house can be se- cured. Mrs. H. H. Wsserling, manager of The Chicken. Dirmer In' at AllynWa in town Wepesday and reports con- siderable tourist travel through that district. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Wilson of Prince Rupert, B. C., are visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hartson and expect now to spend the summer here with them. Capt. Ole Gustafson left the first of the week for the U. S. Marine Hospital at Port Townsend where he intends to rest up and take a courm of treatment. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Getty ar arranging their affairs to leave short- ly for an extended visit with their son, John Getty, in Idaho, in the hope of finding improvement for Mr. Getty's health. T. Onsrud, one of the earlier set- tlers at Detroit on North Bay, has returned and will spend the summer at that p.laee. Mr. Onsrud makes his home wth his children at Berkeley, Gait,.#" , . ! Eno'eh Nelson amt ehidre .of Unioh are spending the summer with her parents in Wisconsin Mrs. Nel- son writes that they are finding it very cold in that section for this season. M.'E. Reed plans to leave Tuesday for the East, and will devote some time to business interests in New York City and other far points in cry morning until the rains came Sunday night, and now tender stuff should be safe from lmnm Alex Johmson fell on a saw at Swan' ' Johnson% 'amp north Of town yesterday ad Cut his. arm s0' that medical atten.fi0n was required. Only another wk remains in which to make the first 'payment of realty taxes to avoid delinquency, and penalty of interest at 12 Per cent per annum. usual because of winter damage, and t.hat some of the growers will have short C.rops. The big cannery, how. ] Notice is hereby given that s meet- ever, has developed new marltete, li.ng of the Executive Committee of particularly for "Paul's.. Jams," and [.the Mas?n County Chapter will be is expecting to pack moe fruit than"|held at'the City Hall, Shelton, Tues- ever before. This should call for all |day evenin+g, May 25th, at 7:30 p. m. the surplus Mason County growers|" Alden C. Bayley, Chairman. will-have to offer. I' The funeral of William Krise, Ma- son County's oldest titizen and pio- neer resident was held from the Cath. ol|c Church Monday mormng and was largely attended by relatives and old friends, and especially all'the BIG HOODSPORT DANCE The last big dance of the will "be-'hId. at Hoodsport Saturday, May22nd.' Sommerville's Jazz Band will furnish the music. Everybody Six empty box cars arrived on the 'carferry 'Wednesday, aid three cars old-time residents of Little Skookum. come.' of Shingles from Ingersoll Mill with Valley where the aged pipneer had , made his hame for 67 years. Inter: RESOLUTIONS OF CONDOLENCE another three cars loadedwith hard: ment was made in the Catholic cem, wood will go out. etery. " , Business is adjourned next Wed- . i' , Hall of: Welapter,No. 40 O..E; S., Shelton, Wash.) May 8, 1920. nesday afternoon while everybody The funeral of the 5-year:old  ...... n ,-- visits the new, Kfieeland Pari anti daughter of Mr. and Mrs Harold ." wnereas, our nemve,:m-other Wfl- helps .make it one of the best camp- _White, who died as the result of !tam H. Crosby has finished his la- grounds m the state, burnsa.t.Camp 4, was held in Shelton lrs n a.h, and has passed over  ' : " as 'nday and largely attended by  ne.p+ Jmer, to return to us no 1. A. 'Hilligos ia':th "ownerof a friends from eaton as Well os n.(,, pre, aiio he. CheVrOlet 490 and Chds. Nub-l to:n, who deeply sympathIe+viththe, ereas,.t,is r0eet.and proper that is th reht posses'sbr Of mi Oakla' young, couple in :their 'ad bereave,  mm unapter give expression to its tauring eaY. Both cars were delivered I ment;  : " ' mpe Of loss, and to the esteem and by the Shelten Garage. I . . ,' .egard held for him, and to re cogniz -- ' | Work was Suspended on Shelton's' thee broken link thus made in our During the low run of tides this new buildings yesterday on account::"_ Iden chai'!; now, :therefore, week several clamming parties have of the showers. The Reed home Is ,LJJe it resolved, that while we bow had good luck in capturing geoducks now framed and about ready, for th "2 tltewH l of. the All Wise One, we own me ay. Minus tides will roofing, while the carpenters at the ]most deeply deplore the loss sustain- occur again in June when the big new hospital are all ready for the ] ed by this Chapter; yet With trustful killings are made. hollow tiling, which was expected to |faith we look beyond the shore arriv.e on this trip of the carferry 1 tlme, and know that our Broth, Chas. Blair of Ketchikan, Alaska, but did not. it hough lost to mortal vision, is spent the week-end at the Chas. Wiss ]waiting beyond the River to home down the bay. Mr. Blair is a us to our eternal home, therefore be t further partner of Frank Wise in Alaska and was on the way to Indiana to visit his folks. Jack Cole Jr. and Miss Kathryne Forrest made the trip to Hoquiam Sunday and Mrs. Howard Oakland and son Howard returned with them for a short visit with her mother Mrs Helen Forrest. - The rains of this week, Sttnda) night and Wednesday night, '.wer most weleonie for the gttrdefis "were beginning to need moisture, The promise is for a dry summer, and there will.-be np..pbjetoto ,all. the Spring rait possible. ' ' Richard Butler returned Tuesday from North Bay where he has been in charge of the sale of seed oysters from the state beds. While at Allyn Mr. Butler attended the Community Fair, and has favored us with a good sketch of the gathering. Sunday was the biggest day so far this season for auto fravel over the Olympic Highway, and cars from all points were noted passing though" Shelton bound for a day along the Canal. The day was perfect and the roads in excellent condition, making the outing enjoyable. Most of the visitors must have reached home by late in the evening when the rain be- gan to fall. LAWN PARTY The Home Economics Club vll be hostess to .the pegple of Shelt$n at .'ra" Pdy on June let, both af- ternoon and evening. The lawn be- tween the school buildings at thv end of 5th street will be decorated with hghts and tables will be spread to serve ice cream and home-made cake at 25 Cents a plate, children 15c. A musical program has been arrang- ed for the evening. All are invited to come. Remember the date, June 1. Resolved, that our charter be suit- bly draped in memory of the de- Parted, and that a copy of these res- flutions be spread upon the records ff this Chapter, and a copy be sent the bereaved wife and children of deceased. ; Pearl Potts, B. S. Barger, : Committee Dperating 297 stores Buying in Im- ', mense' QUantities i's why we are k givtfl' 0U, .,. ueti" :cddff]niy :i. 'hag . "'send "fbr' bce list. J. 'C. iVenny Company, Olympia, Wash., 115,117-119 East 5h Street. Largr est" Retail Organization in the ,World Selling Dry Goods, Ready- a to-Weax Clothing and Shoes. .. --adv. 5-21 FOR BIRTHRAY CAKES Real sugar candle holders for birth- Logs have taken several slight advance of the. time the Republican drops of late, responding to some- national convention is called June 8. thing of a lull in the eastern demand -- for lumber and shingles. It is ex- Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Miller of Ta-lP ected that the lower price will stim- coma, who were motoring through ] ulate building and increase the call town Saturday, took lunch with Mr. for building materials. Miller's aunt, Mrs. C. M. Brooks. It The Mason Lo " has been over thirty years since Mr , _ y ggmg wom- ............. nany s Camp 6 closed last week hay miner was in nel;on las, anl was  ...... ,..." ........ mg cleanea up me " per availame empmyea in the ,oraeaux camp znen l at its -resent lo-aon.PLd th- h, mn operating above town. I: .... _, . .'. , _  ..... : I 'gs ann eqmpmen are being moves ................. |to new grounds near Scott's Prairie, .................. - "-Jwith several years of logging ahead. |! Woods fires had begun to burn Latest 00'nnapes briskly and were keeping the small loggers busy last week until the and Shades rains came and stopped further spreading. All the fires were set out on purpose to clear out brush and logging debris which would make summer fires dangerous. I have just returned from Seattle this week with a stock of new summer shapes and shades in millinery. These are now on display and I invite your careful in- spection of these new cre- ations. SHICK'S MILLINERY -=- -  : ===================== Mrs. H. Richardson has deided that she has earned a long rest, and having leased her houses in town will go to McCleary to remain with her ]aughters, Mrs. Pete Peas and Mrs. Dan. Fredericks, as long as she feels like it. M. Walburg, expert tailor, cleaner and presser, arrived last week from Seattle to help Shorty the Tailor. Mr. Welsh is now able to guarantee prompt service and first-class work. 5-28-adv. ELKS GIVE DANCE JUNE 5 Every Jazz lover residing within the boundaries of the United States is cordially invited to attend the big dance given under the auspices of the local Elks at Earlwin's Jazz Em, ......... v-- mm Saturday, June 5th. The enter- tainment is given in honor of the Olympia Elks who wil] attend in force. For Graduation Wrist Watches Diamond Rings Lavallieres Diamond Lavallieres Festoons LaTusca and Regents Perles Silver Ivory Watches Chains Rings Gold Knives Pearl handle Knives Pens Peneik Ira N. Wood [Y candles, roses and ornaments or the cakes, some fresh novelties, ,t Journal Stationery Shop. SHELTON MARKET REPORT (Revised May 20, 1920) Butterfat .................... $ .60 Oats, per ton ................ 65.00 Potatoes, per ton ... ......... 160.00 Eggs ......................... 40 Retail Prices Sugar. new, per pound ........ 26 Wheat, 125 pounds .......... 6.85 COrn Grouncl'bariey".'.'.'::::::j:::: 4.504"70 Oil meal .......... Chop .............. :::::::::: 5.50 3.60 Mill run, 80 pounds .......... 2.35 Alfalfa hay ................. 40.00 E. M. timothy hay ........... 42.00 Butter, two pounds .......... 1.20 est lard, ten pounds ......... 6.00 Bacon, pr pound ............. 55 am, per pound .............. 46 Fbur, per sack .............. 3.60 Oats ...................... 4.00 J Sratch feed ........ i] ...... 5.00 falfa meal .......... ....... 2.50 jBubble Bbers, each l e0ntalning a delightful stor for the J children. Each book contains three |6-inch Columbia Phonograph Records. J$1;31 each. Journal Stationery Shop. In the Spring folks' fancy, young and old, + turns lightly to Kodaks Lots of those Snap Shot Albums were sold last week, but there are plenty left. You can't re- sist buying if you look them over, because the prices are very reasonable. FIR DRUG STORE ]IOME COOI:I NG QUALITY AND SERVICE OYSTERS ,0000aine 's Restaurant Wishes to announce to their many friends that on and after April llth this restaurant will be open on Sunday. Fishermen, bring in your catch and have it cooked to your taste Graduation Gifts What is nicer than stationery. We have all styles and colors, very reasonable. Also books, fountain pens, ladies and gents purses, toilet sets, safety razors, and fine box candms. Let us help you with your selection. SHELTON PHARMACY .:'.. L. B. Allphin, Prop. ! ........... SPORT SWEATERS of Worsted Jersey Cloth in fancy Tux- edo styles. Angora trimmings, large pockets and with narrow leather belts. All popular color combinations.. $12.50 New novelties in Voile, one dress to the piece $1.25 to $2.00 a yard. Silk Kimona Cloth, ncy,designt $2 ,,,t' .; a'  , w.,: ,', :r I . ., :,, . 5 ,.::,+t ,,,, ,r,. ,,,,+a,.+ ",',, 'tm':.. "'o I ..... ,,.' , ,:i"... ,a'+. air New Organdy Waists, lace and ruffle trimmed. $7.50. Ladies' White Canvas Shoes, military heels. All sizes $7.50. McDONALD & COI00ANY. MOUNTAIN FLOWER HONEY 60-pound can of Mountain Flower Honey, de- livered,S15.00, 10 pounds for $3.00; five pounds for $1.75; 21/2 pounds for $1.00. Oamp 'wo, 2Sotlto], Wa|h.