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t .I WV , Edward Morton . AbeMF- and Mrs. Ted ~. thMrdeen spent the I TS- Nona Roberts. idiuNES- Francis A. RE ter of Seattle. 5 “the ,berts home. Mrs. i f9 0f the former 'I 1513’, June 3, 1941. SOC WV PHONE 100 Miss Eleanor Daviscourt ls Honored ‘Vith Bridal Shower Miss Eleanor Daviscourt, daugh~ ter of Emil Daviscourt of this city, was honored with a bridal, linen shower Monday evening at the. home of Miss Cora Barber. 1 Miss Daviscourt‘s wedding to Guy B. McKinney will be an event of the very near future. viseourt's gifts. were presented her lin the form of a treasure hunt and came in a “wishing well." At the close of the evening, delicious Irefreshments were served. In- vited guests for the affair in- cluded Mrs. Roy Loughnan, Mrs. Hal Briggs, Mrs. Arthur Paulsen, Mrs. Chester Valley. Mrs. Emil Daviscourt, Mrs. Herbert Miller, Mrs. G. W. Frisken, Mrs. Fred Doherty, Mrs. Joe Gruver, Mrs. Dolly Sandegren, Mrs. Albert Munro, Mrs. Lloyd Morgan, Mrs. Torn Holt, Mrs. Ed McKinney, Mrs. Bertie McKinney, Mrs. Char- les Rowe, Mrs. Vern Miller, Mrs. Fred Snelgrove, Mrs. Paul Mar- shall, Mrs. J. L. Replinger, Mrs. Harold Watkins, Miss Clare En- gelsen, Miss Margaret Kane, Miss Helen Ottini, Miss Mary' McMul- len, Miss Florence and Miss Marie McHugh and Miss Marrian Elliott of Seattle, Miss Maurine Shafer of Montcsano, the honor guest Miss Eleanor Daviscourt and the hostess Miss Barber. The rooms were beautifully decorated with -b0uquets of flowers in blue, pink, 1 orchid and white. ‘00“ {.ueathnfils 3- fact. Fre- « ;. 3 makes your 10h em c18131‘ because . on eaning gent- » crates and grime pane fabric fibres . films and colors. M943 "and skilful r '~ 8 the long life .I ' cleaned by us_ t cool and seal And stop each squeal And do my bit To clean Heed! Oils that fail “m detail! . I h Inga-working young fellow is just a drop of I ” )3 pr ellfa motor oil balanced especially for mailiclsmn-built cars. Golden Shell, fast flow- nto the tight, hot moving parts to . . . Miss Da- , Thomas—Andersen Weddingr Held At Lutheran Church The Mt. Olive Lutheran Church, 'beautifully decorated with pink land white roses was the setting Sunday for the wedding of Miss Louisa Kristine Andersen of Mat— lock and E. Arthur Thomas of Se— ]attle. Miss Andersen is the ‘daughter of Mrs. A. J. Andersen of Matlock and Mr. Thomas is the son of Mrs. Thomas Harding of Seattle. The 2:30 afternoon ceremony was solemnized by Rev. R. C. IMuhly. l The bride, lovely in a white. 1 satin gown cut on princess lines with a V neckline and long fitted sleeves, was given in marriage by her brother, Raymond Andersen. ,Her illusion veil fell in soft folds {from a tiara of seed pearls. She Icarried a bouquet of talisman i roses and white sweet peas. The bride's jewelry was a gold heir- loom‘ bracelet ‘and a necklace of iridescent crystals. Mrs. Carl Strom of Hoquiam, was matron of honor and was gowned in green organdie with a fitted bodice and full skirt. Miss Ruth Jacobson was maid of hon- or and wore white embroidered organdie. Miss Nellie Nelson, [Mrs Joe Tate and Miss Linnea Helin were bridesmaids and car- ried out the pastel colors in their frocks of lavendar, blue and pink organdie. All the attend- ants carried talisman roses an d sweet peas. Mrs. Charles Chase played the Lohengrin wedding march and Mrs. Al Fisch sang “0’ Promise Me,” and “I Love a You Truly.” l Roy Andersen, brother of the lbride, was best man and Frank Alishio, Dwight Thomas and'Gus ‘ Stumpf of Seattle were the ushers. A reception followed the serv- lice in the social hall of the church. Pink and white roses lwere used about the room. The itable was attractive with a lace l bride and groom, was served from . a separate table. Mrs. Mabel ' Burk and Mrs. William Evers, poured. Mrs. James Needham was in charge of the serving and as- sisted by Mrs. Emil Rancher and Mrs. Bud Ristine. Miss Leota Ed- wards was in charge of the guest book. cloth and centered with p i n k roses. A three-tiered wedding cake, topped with a miniature l I Mrs. Andersen chose a formal lof powder blue chiffon and lace for her daughter’s wedding and erS. Harding wore a dusty pink lredingote of crepe. Both wore ‘ gardenia corsages. l For the wedding trip to Vic- toria and Vancouver, Mrs. Thomas Iwore a white redingote, heavily embroidered, with white accessor- ies, and an orchid corsage. On their return they will make their home at 1515 Terry Avenue, Se- attle. "fl‘ The bride is a graduate of the I I Mary M. Knight high school and] was employed in Seattle. The groom attended the University of Washington and is employed as an electrician in Seattle. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Jacobson and son Floyd, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Alishio, Mr. and Mrs. Gus Stumpf. Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Thomas and children, Richard, Dwight, Jr., and Sue. Mr. and Mrs. George An- dersen, all of Seattle. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Hart, Mr. and Mrs. N. P. Hansen and daugh- ter, Emma Jean and son Wallace, Miss Ardath Burntrager, all of Olympia. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Ekstrand, Aberdeen; Mr. and Mrs. Andy Poundsteen, Elma; Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Kunz, Bremerton; Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Cameran, daughter, Nancy Jo and son Frankie, Sil- verdale. Mrs. Della Brown. Mrs. Sarah Marshall, Mrs. Maude LeMaster, Miss Marion LeMaster. Mrs. Ma- bel Burk, Mr. and Mrs. James SHELTON=MASON COUNTY JOURNAL Page Three : Camp 1 Seats New President I l I 3 Woman’s Club I l Camp 3. June 2. The Camp 3 Woman‘s club held their last meeting Thursday, with a large, attendance of club members out; After a short business session; the new officers were installed} with Mrs. Adell Morgan acting as= installing officer. Mrs. Shirley Marshall was installed as our new. president, Mrs. Myrtle Strine as vice—president, Mrs. Francis Ruck-i or as secretary and Mrs. Manilla Galloway as treasurer. Plans for next year‘s club pro- gram were discussed. A summary of the last year‘s work was read by Mrs. Betty Hul- bert and was written by our past president, Mrs. Bert Smith. After the meeting adjourned a lovely tea was served to celebrate incoming officers and present gifts of appreciation to the out~ going officers who were Mrs. Bert Smith, president; Mrs. Hazel Dam- mann, vice—president; Mrs. Manil- la Galloway, secretary, and Mrs. Myrtle Strine, treasurer. l I Nomination Meeting The Ladies of the Moose held a nomination of officers on Fri-; day, with Mrs. Evelyn Coburni nominated without opposition for senior regent; Mrs. Ellen Harri- son and Mrs. George Andrews for: junior regent; Mrs. Esther Ander— son for secretary; Mrs. Olund for musician; Mrs. Lura Hurst, Mrs. Clifton and Mrs. O. K. Stevens for chaplain and Mrs. Olund and Mrs. Nettie Bedell for treasurer.l The officers will be elected ah the meeting Friday evening, June 6 with a potluck supper served at 6 o‘clock, for members and their families. Mrs. \V. F. McCann Entertains Club Mrs. W. F. McCann entertained at her home on Monday evening' for the members of her bridge club. There were two tables of cards in play with Mrs. O. K. Stephens, Mrs. John Cormicr and Mrs. Fred Hickson winning hon- ors. Mrs. Stephens and Mrs. L. E. Attwood were guests of the club. Delicious refreshments were served at the close of the evening by the hostess. The next meet» ing will be held with Mrs. John lCormier on June 16. Girl Scout Council Meets With Mrs. Allan The Girl Scout COuncil met at the home of Mrs. Robert Allan. on Monday, June 2 to complete this year’s business. Consider- able time was spent discussing. the Little House. With a carpenter now at work the construction is. going along quite nicely, It is hoped it will be ready when the girls meet again this fall. The Scout lead- ers are now looking for mothers or women interested in Girl Scout- ing who would like to be a troop leader. Several will be needed l as’ a couple of the leaders are, moving away and several troops are new large enough to be di- vided. Anyone interested is ask- ed to contact Mrs. Phil Murphy, or Mrs. Hugh Hamilton. first meeting in the fall will be held on September 8, with Mrs. Drake. Rebekahs Will Journey To Tacoma, Friday The Ruby Rebekah Lodge will travel to Tacoma on Friday to!l attend the Assembly of officers; l I I 1 Ion May 27th, at 10 a. m., for a, ~President," by Mrs. Andersen. Mrs. [Tarbill of the Clionian Club, Se- . visiting. The, Union, June 2. women, members. Some fifty guests and, f friends of Hood Canal Women’s1dersen and Miss Roseleaf delight- club gathered at Alderbrook Inn' musical breakfast and installer, tion of officers. l The affair was ably presided over by Helen M. Andersen, who with Miss Dorothy Roseleaf, was co-chairman of the affair. The appointments included hand—paint- ed programs prepared by Missl Roseleaf, and table decorations throughout were arranged by Al-I dcrbrook in the club colors of green and yellow. The program opened with an original toast in rhyme “To Our Short responded with a tribute to Alderbrook for the many courtes-l ies they had shown the club dur- ing her term of office, and es- pecially to Miss Flagg for her untiring efforts in its behalf. Miss Flagg, in her usual gracious man- ner, expressed their pleasure in preparing for the affair, and thanked the group for the good- ly attendance. Grace was sung by the assembled group. A delicious breakfast was quick- ly and capable served, and enjoyed I by all. ‘ Mrs. Vera Linscott and Mrs. Cora Peterson prepared and pre- sented beautiful corsages to all who appeared on the program, new officers, and a number of the guests. Mrs. Short responded to the presentation by presenting her special guests, Mrs. Margaret l attic and Mrs. Hazel Hillyard, Women’s Century Club, Seattle. To complete the breakfast pro- gram, Mrs. Dorothy Riebow, Jun- ior Past President, toasted the new members, and Mrs. Beatrice Lidren gave a clever response. Margaret Anderson, club soloist, presented two vocal solos, the group joining to sing the chorus of each. Miss Sue Abeyta Honored At Birthday Party Miss Verna Belle Hurst enter- tained Friday, May 30 at her home in honor of Miss Sue Abey- ta‘s birthday. Decorations of candles and carnations carried out a pink and white color scheme, with delicious refreshments serv- ed buffet style. The afternoon was spent playing games and Those present were the Misses, Alta Nelson, Carol Knee- land, Barbara Kreienbaum, Eve- lyn Cheney, Maribelle Gendron, Tiny Attwood, Charlene Hurst, Mrs. Paul Hurst, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Chase and the hostess and honored guest, who received many lovely gifts. Loaves On Vacation Miss Nita Cleveland lcft on Thursday to spend her vacation at Cheyenne, Wyoming. Leave On Trip East ‘Mr. and Mrs. Robert P. Ander- son left this morning. Tuesday, for ,a trip East. They will spend a week visiting their son Paul, and family in Chewelah, then travel on, making stops at Dix- on, Illinois, Martinville, Indiana, Athens, Ohio, Pittsburg and Phila- delphia, Pennsylvania. They plan to spend a month visiting their ten brothers and sisters in Frank- lin, Pennsylvania, whom they, have not seen for 24 years. Theyl eXpect to be gone about twol months. i l I I Shelton Womens Chorus Enjoy Party Sunday A most delightful evening of; fun was enjoyed by the Shelton] Womens Chorus Sunday evening! after baccalaureate services ati the home of Mrs. W. F. Roberts; Games of a musical nature were, enjoyed and one of the main highlights of the evening was al trio number of a surprise song, cOmposed by Mrs. W. F. Roberts, CANAL WOMEN’S CLUB CHANGES OFFICERS AT PRETTY CEREMONY BASIC TRAINING COURSE OVER p long-lasting . '0 . , snub as only a tough-bottle Needham, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. W. Chase and daughter Sandra, Mr. Al Fisch, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Spalding, Mrs. Frank Salmi, Mrs. Lena Osakson. Mr. and Mrs. B. S. Barger, Mr. and Mrs. Purl d all can do it— nesday, to the third Tuesday of: bringing out some special phrasej this month, June 16. lot each member of the chorus, {causing much laughter and com- ‘ ment. k, Mrs. Donovan Palmer presented I Daughter Born Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Mac LeDrcw of Schenectady, N. Y., re- I the chorus with a lovely scrap- "ll MODERN on. FOR __ 'RICIsIon-suin CARS ‘0va 25: mt QUAR‘I MOTOR Oll "3°95 4 iobs at once ,____.__._..__..————- N ‘_—._ ,: s SHELTON MOTOR CO. .‘ Ifl/ ' ’IJECWWER7!ZWME7' zmwaflawmm@WflmMU .z// Jemison, Miss Leota Edwards, ItVIr. and Mrs. Paul Hughey, .Shel- on. Mrs. Vivian Jacobson, Mrs. Clara Reeves, Mrs. R. C. Johnson, Miss Marian, L. Johnson, Mrs. Elvin Hearing. Mrs. Wm. Rediska, Mrs. Sheila Michaels, Mrs. Mary Gog- gin, Nels C. Nelson, Henry A. Mayer, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Bar- ker, John Thors, Herbert Helin, Mrs. R. C. Michaels. Mrs. Gor— don McKay, Mrs. H. E. Ford, Mr. aners. Don Hansen, Mrs. M.’ F. Palmer, Lawrence Palmer, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Ogg, Mrs. Fay Bennett, Mrs. Chas. Evers and daughter Sylvia, Miss Marjorie Evers, Mrs. Wm. Evers and Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Ahern, Shelton. 317 So. First to be held there. Anyone having Shorter or Elizabeth Butler. The group will leave Shelton at pm. l Neighbors 0f Woodcraft Slate Thursday Meeting The Neighbors of Woodcraft A. L. Glenn at 806 Cota street at o’clock. Reports- will be given on the recent District meet- Postpone Meet The Rainbow Mothers‘ Club has| lbirth of a baby daughter to themi on May 25. The baby weighed: seven pounds and has been named , cars is asked to contact Inez will meet on Thursday with Mrs. ing held in Olympia. Rainbow Mothers been postponed from June 4, Wed- I ceived word this .week of the! Linda. Joyce. v Mrs. Lucille Myhres Leaves 0 Trip Mrs. Lucille Myhres and daugh- ter Joan, will leave this weekI ed on a month's trip to Kansas. Mrs. Pearl Simpson will manage “Lu- cille's Beauty Shop” while she is gone. ‘ Weekend In Portland , Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Collier and daughter Betty, Spent the week- end in Portland visiting Mr. Col- lier's brother. Another brother from Southern Oregon, was also present to join the family reunion. _I_.__. Heme From College .‘ , ‘ A Miss Ruth’ Hillier. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Hillier, is spending her summer vacation from studies at Stevens College, Missouri here with her parents. l l l ngs. Whittle Slates Second Meeting A second Flower-making ,Bee will be held at the home of Mrs. Edith Whittle on Thursday, June 5 starting at 10:30 a. In. All girls and ladies interested are invited to attend. Each person is to bring crepe paper, wire, paste and wood fibre, also cake or sandwiches for the potluck luncheon at 12:30. Plans are be- ing made for a contest to be held in August. Mrs. George Cooper Entertains Club Mrs. George Cooper entertained her bridge club on Thursday eve- ning. There were two tables of cards in play with Mrs. Glen Edgley and Mrs. Charlie Borst winning honors. Mrs. Edgar Byrne won the galloping goose. Delicious refreshments were serv- ed by the hostess during the evening. The next meeting will be June 12. lBen- Hallgrimson, director, 1 book with clippings from the be- ginning of the Shelton Women’s Chorus in 1937 up to the present; date. Gifts were presented to: a n d I Bertha Dunning, accompanist, in‘ appreciation fortheir fine service] given the chorus this past year.l Delicious refreshments were serv- and the most enjoyable eve~ ning was brought to a close. Mr. And Mrs. Faubert Entertain Monday :Mr. and'Mrs. Ed Faubert en- tertained Mr: and Mrs. George Shacklcford of Detroit, Mich., at a luncheon .Monday, which was Mr. 'Faubert's birthday.‘ Mr. and Mrs, Shackleford are spending a monthvacationing on Hood Canal at the, Olympus Manor. Mrs.‘ Shackleford ,is. the former can, melita O'Neill. l Visits Brother I Mr. and Mrs. Sam Hickson and' daughter Grace of Seattle, spent' the Memorial holiday with Mal and Mrs. Fred Hickson. l Activcttes Will Meet Wednesday, June 4 The Activettes will meet on Wednesday, with Mrs. J. Replin~ get for a 6:30 dinner. All un- Ma'son County Loans and Insurance able to attend are asked to phone A. L. BELL , BELL BUILDING Mrs. Replinger at 329 R. The Abstract Man of Abstracts, Real Estate SHELTON, WASH. I l I l i I 1 l l l The group then adjourned to the lobby, where Mrs. Helen An-I ed the audience with a piano duet. Louis Karl Weinel, accompanied by his mother, Mrs. L. Weincl,: presented vocal numbers, grac- iously responding to numerous cncores. Miss Dorothy Roscleaf then gave an entertaining report of musical talent presented in Seat- tle the past year, and her keen perception and descriptive power. made this feature a rare treat. She illustrated her talk with programs and advertising bulle- tins concerning each event. Mrs. Marie Bierbrauer, talented pianist, was heard for the first time by the Women's Club, al- though shc is a resident of Un- ion, and they are looking forward with keen anticipation to future presentations. Mrs. Bierbrauer is a daughter of Professor Rosen of the music department of the Uni- . versity of Washington, and a sis- ter of Kensley Rosen, whom Miss Roseleaf had mentioned as a 15- year-old violin prodigy, who has Irecentiy earned a scholarship in Los Angeles. Mrs. Spencer Read spoke brief— iy of the library. of which she is the motivating factor. Mrs. Short then called a short business meeting to take care of correspondence, and gave her fare- well to the club as its president, under the title of “The Old Year." At its conclusion, Mrs. Oscar Ahl, chosen because of her close as— sociation with and affection for Mrs. Short, presented the retiring‘ officer with a beautiful Myrtle- wood guest book, from the Dickin- son Shop, on behalf of club mem- bers. Mrs. Short then turned the meeting over to Mrs. Grace Ball, past president, who presided as installing officer. The service, based on an original poem which Mrs. Frank Robinson, past presi~ dent, dedicated several years ago‘ to new officers, was very im- pressively conducted. with piano accompaniment by Helen Ander- sen. New officers included Mrs. Ruie Dickinson, president; Mrs. Lucille Robinson, first vice—presi- dent; Mrs. Candace Noseworthy, second vice-president; Mrs. M. C. Stark, secretary, and Mrs. Daviscourt, treasurer. Mrs. Robinson, club poet. then charmed her audience with a poem dedicated to this occasion, “With A Song In My which all agreed to be the finest presentation. The assembly sang the. State Federation song, “Four Leaf Clo- ver,” and Mrs. Ruin Dickinson, gave a short talk entitled, “The New Year,” in her usual charm- ing manner. The programs clos-, ed with group singing Of “God! Be With You ’Til We Meet Again." l Other guests of special note. were Mrs. Mable Martin of Se-I attle and Hood Canal, and Mrs., Clara Seth of Hong Kong and Berkeley, California. Top Quality! HONOR MUSLIN 11¢ yd. Here’s the chance you’ve been waiting for! Stock up on this fine quality NOW! 36” bleached, 39” unbleached 32 Piece Historical DINNER SET 4.88 Satin Slips ...... .. 1.10 Pencale Sheets. 1.49 Wash Cloths .. 3/10¢ KitchenTowelS. 19¢ Dresser Scarfs.... 49¢ Net Panels ...... .. 98¢ Marquisette .... ._ 15¢ Rondo Prints 17¢ Nylon Hosiery. 1.25 White Gloves 49¢ Hankies .......... .. 10¢ Opaline Panties. 25¢ l l I I l x i l } Inez Heart,” ' .__.1 Report 0f Meeting Of Methodist Circle, N0. 3 Circle No. 3 of the, Methodist;l Church met Wednesday at Mrsl C. E. Runacres at 1 o‘clock for; lunch. The tables were beauti-l' ful with lace cloths and attrac-I tively decorated with roses. There were 17 present. After lunch the. .mccting was called to order byl the vice-president, Mrs. William( Stevenson. Mrs. Robert Brumb-I lay led the devotions, Mrs. RayI Bailey gave a very interesting} talk on “America‘s Tenth Mam; the Negro," Mrs. W. F. Robertsi and Mrs. Loui Larson sang spirit-' uals which were much apprecia-‘ ted. A social time was enjoyedi after which the meeting was ad-. journed to meet with Mrs. W. F.; Roberts on the 4th Wednesday in: June. Mrs. Don McKay was joint 1 hostess with Mrs. Runacres. l l )arnation Club Slates Meeting The Carnation Club of the De-I gree of Honor will meet withI’ Mrs. Kate Cruson on Thursday, June 12 for a regular meeting. 1 l Mrs. John (lormicr Returns Home Mrs. John Cormier returned to! her home here Tuesday following a two-months' vacation with her} daughter, Mrs. Margaret Tobleril l of Sacramento, California. ually degenerate. 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