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May 22, 1941     Shelton Mason County Journal
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Page Six Pace Setter Suits $25.00 Two Pair Pants 3 Freeman Shoes $5.50 Spring Ties 55¢ - $1.00 White Shirts $1.65 — $2.00 .2 :.-: JL_._' _L;‘.:_ _-._ Interwoven Sox 35¢ 3/$1.00 MUNRO,S Mrs. Joshua Kirkland of Seattle. LOCAL TEACHER T0 MARRY BCtI'Othal AnnOllnced -—Mr. and Mrs. Henry A. Hoskins 0t Steilacoom lake are formally announcing the betrothal of their daugh— ter, Miss Lois Janet Hoskins, to Eric Brooks Kirkland, son of Mr.‘ and .SHELTON-MASQN. QQUNTYJOUENAL The bride elect and her fiance both 'ning an open house farewell tea i’l‘uesday, May 27 from 3:30 to 5 ,is retiring after 17 years as first? ; grade ’Marytha Bible Class Methodist Church met at the Col- ionial House Tuesday, May 20 for la potluck luncheon in honor of: r Dr. 'There were 28 members present‘ :tist Church will hold their meet.— 1Mrs. Hatch hostesses. ... ___..____ -_... __Q______ "lka Spring Play And x—w- 3; “.mm "-mmmIWW Farewell Tea. Tuesday \Vill Honor Mrs. Nellie Pugh The Lincoln P.—T. A. are plan- o’clock at the Lincoln school in honor of Mrs. Nellie Pugh, who teacher at the Lincoln school. An‘ invitation to attend is extended to all parents who's children started their education under Mrs. Pugh, and all teach— ers and friends of the past 17 years as well as P.—T. A. members. Met At Colonial House The Marytha Bible Class of the and Mrs. Robert Brumblayfi and following the business meet—g mg the boom of Revelation was'; studied. The class presented Dr. and Mrs. Brumblay with a lovely gift. g Baptist Homebuilders i \i’ill Meet Monday The Homebuilders of the Bap— ing on Monday of next week at 7:30 p. in. There were 30 mom-i bers present at Tuesday’s meetv ing with Mrs. Kenneth Hill and, The study was the continuance of “Christ’s Forview of Coming EVents,” from PHONE 100 were educated at the University of Washington, Miss Hpskins now on the teaching staff of the high school at Shelton and Mr. Kirkland coaching at Kittitas high school. Their wedding, to be held Sunday, June 8, at the Little Church on the Prairie, will be followed by a reception at the i Hoskins family home. MENS STORE . Stunning Towncraft Sport Shirts 1.49 New summer col- ors in cool fab- r i c' s 7— s h o r t sleeves. Small rm medium ~~ large (l 1' Br autiful 2.98 at Home. Girl’s Pique Ladies Flannel Cotton Print ‘5 Sport Slacks ; .... .............. __ 4.98 Reversible‘Jackets .... .. .. 2.98 Sport Soc-ks ...' ....................... .. .25 . All Wool Slacks .................. .. 5.90 Casual Coats ...................... .. 7.90 Men’s Saddle Oxf. .............. .. 2.98 Men’s Strap Oxf. ................ __ 2.98 Men’s Canvas .0‘xf. ____________ __ 1.79 Crisp, New l; PROPORTION“ BRA Smooth broadcloth with c special “crodelelle” in- sels! Perfect fill WOMEN’S SMARTALLS“ Colorful, well-tailored , c bib-overalls of long wearing twill or denim. GAVMODE“ HOSIERY High lwisl silk chifiops. c Service weights rein- forced with cotton. Dresser Scarfs 49¢ BATH TOWEL 25¢ Yes. it's a brand new design for a husky terry towel such as thisl You ll be :dehghted with the un- usual looking stripes in such gay. gay colors! ill" I“ 98¢ Block _ sim- ulated leather or SLACK SUITS Rayons! For Out-Door Fun and Play Suits _. 49¢ Slacks ...... .. House Coats1.0 Blouses .... ._ LADIES COATS 8: SUITS REDUCED $12.00 — $3.00 -—- $6.00 'P n N N a Y s“ J. C. PENNEY 00., INC. Troop 25 Organizes l Band Tuesday Night . Mrs. lUOiiovaji—Balmer and Mrs. Robert Binns, Troop 2!”; Scout 1. Mothers, held f of the band that troop 25 is or— ‘~ ganizing under their direction home. The seven boys at Tues— Binns, violin and flute; Gordon Smith, clarinet; Gordon Hopland, Milton Clothier, trumpet; and Bob Roso, saxaphone. Several iother boys unable to attend will , be members also. ' The two directors reported they l were greatly pleased with the lenthusiasm and ability of the , boys. They will hold another vmeeting Tuesday evening at 7 o’clock at the Palmer home. They all enjoyed homemade candy after practice Tuesday evening. , More than seven million pounds 1, of molybdenum ,.werc recovered . flom copper ores and concentrates .produced in 59 U. S. mines 'in 1939, according to the Census .Bureau. Time for fun and frolic for the great American vaca- tion time! Buy at l’cnm-y‘s and gel. mort- for your mom-3". 2.98 1.98 25¢ ‘ Petal-soft knit rayon. Small, medium, large. Cynthia Slips ...... __ 98¢ Anklets ........ .. 25¢ pr. Unusual Designs! SILVER MOON* DRESS PRINTS 19¢ yd. High style. fine quality cottons for smart summer sewing! Cool. fresh looking prints that are wash- able! See them todayZ—Reg. U. S. Pat. on‘. the first ‘meetingi Tuesday evening, at the Palmer day’s meeting included: Douglas‘ Larson, piano and clarinet; Robin ‘ trombone; Dale Palmer, baritone;: - 23, at 8 p. m. at the Grange Hall. A small charge will be made. The; entertainment will consist of an] {3 AlexilolihSOn 2Garden Club Meeting Monday Open To Public 1 The regular meeting of the 3 Shelton Garden Club Monday, May l26 at 2 o'clock at the Memorial Building will be open to the pub- ll(: to give them the opportunity lto hear Mrs. Eunice Curtiss of: ; Seattle, who has thrilled local l lwomen on two previous occasions [ l with her talks on flower arrange- i merits. A small admission charge gwill be made. Mrs. Drake an- ‘ nounced today that a contest for; jthe best speciman and best ar-E rangement of the following flow—l ers will be held, roses, columbine,; iris, iceland poppies, pansies, del-l phiniums and blossoming shrubsl Mrs. D. F. Wright of Union will! ,present each Garden club mem—l her with a Mexican Hat plant; {She will also present the winner; [of the “Question and Answer" , with .a one-year subscription to‘ ythe Garden Digest. All members are urged to bringl flowers in their containers to the‘ building early for the decoration: of the hall. l i Triple T Diseontinues , Meeting For Season ,y ‘ i The Triple T Club announced Wednesday _that they would not? hold any more. meetings this sea-; son. Agate W'ill Stage ? cnefit Friday The Agate Grange will stage. a benefit Friday evening, May} amateur hour and supper will be: served. Last Logger Of I, i OX-Team Days The passing of Alex Johnson: last week marks the last of an era of logging dating back to the} ox-team days of the early eight-I ies, and the end of a long life spent in progressive logging down: to this day. Coming to Mason County in 1884 after a decade; lspent in Michigan woods, he fit- ;ted into the camps of that day~ land learned how to handle the yokes of oxen and pull big logs along the skids to water. He soon became associated With Robert Swan in logging in the Little Skooku‘m Valley, and around l [the McDonald Farm as a center, {where both married daughters of g the pioneer McDonald family. Lab ter on they expanded into the: g Chelialis Valley, where they start- 1 led in a small way but developed I la railroad and mill and also 51' l farm, which were sold for a large I 5 sum to the Vance Brothers, who: in turn sold the operation and timber lands to the Mason County Logging Company. This was around Malone where the mill was located and the operation was largely cut out and abandoned, only a year or two ago. 1 Swan and Johnson returned to ; Mason County and continued log-l :ging until the death of Robertl Swan and since then Alex John-, son has carried on independent logging by trucks until .within, the last year or so when his health 1 ‘failed and he gradually retired, lhis last important action being , the building of a fine home in. i town for his daughter and fam— ily, which he was spared to enjoy i for a short year. ' l . Alex Johnson was a fine char- acter and a typical logger who- knew how to handle logs and. tiring, but good hearted and a; friend to all who knew him; onel whose word was his bond, and; ‘ who did many a good turn to his“ employees in time of trouble; he. left a record all to the good. ' } tenants, or 38.7 percent. compar— Of the 6,096,799 farms in the, U. S., 2,361,271 are operated by, ed with 42.4 percent ten years ago, according to the Census: Principal factor in the change was the elimination of share croppers by the introduction of power ma— chinery enabling owners of large l tracts to farm greater areas. 1- 'socia1 hall of the church at 8 1). ‘meeting of the year, with elec- ‘tion of officers slated for " the committee .Helen Andersen; Union. .Deegan, and Carol Hatcher. Mrs.5 ,E. J. Zintheo of Olympia, drove: .by the Rev. Olafson from l , . . crepe cut on rincess lines. i made a success through his life! p i . He was a fine man, quiet and re- the 24th Chapter of Mathews. St. Edward’s Card Party Tonight r The last St. Edward‘s card par- for thi sseason will be held to- . the i ty ,night, Thursday, May 22 in The public is invited to at- Bridgc, 500, and pinochle be in play with prizes for m. tend. will each. Shelton Women’s Chorus Plan Last Businesis Meet It is very urgent that all mem- bers of the Chorus be present next Tuesday evening at 7:30 in the music room of the senior high School. This is the last business t h e same evening. Mrs. Bill Dickie Entertains Friends Mrs. Bill Dickie entertained at her home today with a 1 o‘clock luncheon for Mrs. Albert Clausen, Mrs. H. Sellers, Mrs. Clarence Esk- ridge, and Mrs. Lewis Johnson of Bremerton and Mrs. Willis Bur- nett and Mrs. E. B. Sutton of socially and with sewing. ‘ )Dr. And Mrs. Brumblay ! To Be Honored Friday The Women’s Society for Chris- tian Service ofthe Methodist Church is sponsoring a potluckl dinner and party Friday, May] 23 at 6:30 honoring Dr. and Mrs. Brumblay, who are leaving soon to make their home in Spo-, kane. Mrs. W. M. Elliott, chair-) man of the social activities heads in charge. All members find, friends of the church are cordially invited to at- tend. Hood Canal W’olnan’s Club Slates Musical Breakfast The Hood» Canal Woman's Club ishaving a musical-breakfast at Alderbrook Inn Tuesday morn- ing at 10 a. m., May 27th for members and their guests. Chair- men for the affair are Miss Dorothy Roseleaf and Mrs. Helen Anderson, who urge all members to send in reservations at once to either Alderbrook Inn or to A de- llClOLlS breakfast, interesting pro- gram and installation of officers will be the attractions for this last meetingflof the year. Mrs. Nell Zintheo I Enter-talus Girls l Mrs. Neil Zintheo entertained at her home with a dinner for a group of official Rainbow Girls. and Shelton Rainbows before their , installation Tuesday night. At-' tending from Olympia were Glor-i ia She'rach, Inez Haugen, Mary, Lou Land, Beverly Hutchinson, and vNorma Jean Zintheo; th e} latter two helped with the in-‘ stallation. The Shelton girls in-, cluded, Jean Elliott, Bonnie Jean? the girls over. , Degree of Honor Slate Meeting ' ‘~ I The Degree of Honor will meet Tuesday, May 27 .at p. m. at, the Odd Fellows Hall. It will beI a social meeting and members and friends are invited. l Lucille Moran And Ralph Myhers Wed At a pretty, simple wedding at the home of her uncle in Se- attle, Lucille Moran, daughter 'of Mr. and Mrs. George Magnett of Wayne, Kansas, was united in marriage to Ralph Myhers, son of Mrs. Berkina Myhers of Nome, North Dakota. . The 8:15 ceremony Saturday evening, May 17, was solemnized the Lutheran Church. Mr. and Mrs. William F. But- ler were the attendants for their niece. The bride was attractive- ly gowned in a teal blue silk’ She wore a Corsage of pink rose buds. and sweet peas. Mrs. Buttler wore a smartly cut green dreSs with a corsage duplicating the bride’s. Spring flowers werel used about the Butler home for‘ decoration. A reception was held following the wedding for the relatives and close friends of- Mr. and Mrs. Myhers. Mrs. Betty Ellis from t Shtelton was among those pres— l on . ~- The bride added a tan camel hair coat and matching accessor— ies to her wedding dress for the wedding trip to Vancouver, B.'C. Mr. and Mrs. Myhers will make their home in Shelton. terday. Jr. High Will Organize P.-T. A. Monday, May 28 The Junior high school will or- ganize a Parents-Teachers Asso« ciation Monday, May 26 at 3 p. m. Feeling the need for closer co-operation between the par— ents and teachers of the Junior High students, plans are now underway to organize such a group. Notices concerning this meeting have been sent out to parents of all students now fin-. ishing the 6th grade as well as. thoso of Junior High students. A meeting of all interested is sched— l uled to be held Monday afternoon l at 3 p. m. in the Junior Highi auditorium and it is hoped there: will be a large attendance. There! 1 . . l i will be an election of officers and< open discussion of plans for the program to be started in the fall: Evening meetings are contcm-‘ plated then 50 both fathers and! mothers can attend. All parents} are urged to attend Monday’s meeting as membership will open at that time. Your attendance .will express your desire for the‘ organization of such a group and l 'ceed. The committee in charge: consists of Miss Maude Shorter, Mrs. B. N. Collier, TVII'S.‘ Claude, Rhodes, Mrs. H. M. VVivelL Mrsi George Cropper, and Mrs. Frank Fontiman. B.'Y.P.U. Slate l Memorial Picnic The B.Y.P.U. of the First Bap- tist Church wish to announce the following meetings to be held this week, Thursday, May 22, the ; regular weekly prayer. service will be held at 7:45 p. m. in the lower a; parlors of the church. On Fri- day the Gospel team will hold a meeting at Lilliwaup. All thosel interested in going with the group are asked to meet at the church at 6:30 p. m. On Sunday evening at 6:30 p. m. the group will hold, a service in the Young People’s ' room, All interested are cord-l ially invited to attend. On Mem- orial Day the senior and inter— mediate groups will hold a picnicl at Maple Beach on Lake Isabella. l Further announcement of this will be made next week. Woman Arrested i As Drunk Driver Drunken driving charges have. beén filed by State, Patrolman Cliff Aden against Mrs. Lucille Starr of Shelton as the result of I l l Shelton. The afternoon was spent : an “cement in WhiCh her car was involved Tuesday afternoon withl a truck transporting county road equipment on the Olympic high- way two miles south of Shelton. The hearing was to be held late this afternoon. Mrs. Starr was re- leased under $100 cash bond yes- Kodak; "lgfgvllmie ........ .. 3°36? ........ ._ L98 2.65 , Duex .............. .. ‘ F.63.. I 124'5'01 Vilant 620.... 1 Kodak Vigilant, 620,—», ' aamhih l ‘ pen/J. Sgggffer Pen. 8. 7 5 Parker Ensemble w, 11:23.3?3.... 3.95 Sheaffer Lifetime... 0.00 V Fir K. A. F. ‘ ‘ ,_ 4.5 lens .... .. A $1.00 1 \ Yardley Shaving Bowl $1.00 Early American Men’s Soap grey??? ____ ._ 1.00. E t 3.50 S t a ti! 0 I; r ea er Milli; """"" u Highland Vellum._ ox 1.00 Sheafifer Pen» 0 Lamskin Crushed. OX 790 Louis XIV _________ ._ box 1.65 Eaton’s Cordlyne.. box 1.00 Eaton’s Crystal Sheer 50.0 Note Stationery ........ ._ 500 Eaton’s Silver Box ____ __ 2.00 Eaton’s Blue Box ...... ._ 2.50 SHELTON’S COMPLETE DRUG STORE Thursdav. - Graduation F 0 r Knight Students Mary M. Knight School, May '21. ~»— Two big events have the eyes of the Matlock community and school students in the coming week. First of thee is the spring play, “Brothers of Belinda.” which will be staged Friday, May 23, in the school auditorium, Cur- tain will rise at eight o’clock. During intermission musical num- bers will be enjoyed by the audi—i l Travis F. Shelton H3 ence. Then next week, Thursday, May 29, the annual g1 iation exercises will be held with Mrs. Pearl Wanamaker, state super— =intendent of education, coming here to deliver the commence- ment address. Peter J. Nordwcll. chairman of the school board, will present the eighth grade diplo- mas and Herbert F. Brehmeyer, clerk of the board, will present the senior diplomas. The Knight Owls hung up a 9 to 6 baseball victory over M0— iclips on the Matlock diamond May 13 According to Census figures, has one chance in 150,000 of be- Iyour cooperation will help it suc- i mg fatally StI‘iCken by infantile l paralysis. near the l The labor {OTC}? ‘ all poopl" who "l l its equivalent ‘ 762, according to v' i The average is one-half workers ' average family‘- "‘ p8 I‘SOl‘lS . Phone 232 l 1 .. l I l l l i . Ressoiiamsi Priced Where can you bl?" fine, so laiatil‘lll 3‘ strikinga gift as a Shaffer I time pen, matched pen andr» ensembles,or desk set, at I“, V price? Sheaffer Pens, $2' Ensembles, 52-95 Dry-Proof Desk Sets, All Seven of Wanted Fe“ $1.35 Coty Perfumes $1.00 to $3.75 Yardley compacts $1.00 to $5.00 Lentheric Pink Party Perfumed Colog Lucien LeLong Balalaika.Cologne.... 1- Early American Old Spice Soap .... Colonial Dames Bath Bubbles .......... Shulton Fancy Soaps .............. _. ............... Lucien LeLong Pif Paf Puf Kits ........ Lucien LeLong Impromptu Perfume Yardley Dusting Powder I 9' Tbis handsome cry-“‘1 atomizer [ms 4 heavy , horizontal miter 611’ design. . . . . . “'00 — flying a. 7dileh£ed Jim ._ , 75c , Yardley Shave Sets , $2.00 to $3.85 Lentheric Shave Sets $1.50 to $5.00 Swirl-5141:}.- . . QldSpice After Shave Lotion ............. '- Lentheric Three Musketeers Set ......... g, OldSpice Shaving Mugs ......................... ' Gem Razor and Brush Se The worldvt'nmous i, u9'~ of candy in'Am6 mile: packages at i} FUNERAL? V HOSPITAL Delivered a");l Only Shea“e Fch‘ n, 00 50c I .,i