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: .3 e 10,. , “n9 Page Three ‘ SHELTONsMASON COUNTY JOURNAL ! Miss Vida Martin Married in Auburn I Tell the prospects Where you are. with a. Journal Want-Ad Eagle Auxiliary Holds installation Lois Hoskins’ “'eils In Little (‘hureh 0f Prairie l""lliae .. on'r. Pay 'Vel'tise In American Legion Auxiliary lillllllll. Reported by Miss Dobson apretty ood r'_YOU’ve geot- 1118 without t' much. You ake the car banecessary. On “it! Christmas, hdays, vaca- ume of grad- Jcame across “’18 16th is , {hit Should be “0 1th a man’s trimmed, hunted, that almost Digesti dangerous ,. and sure Ic . ‘3 2' i ." proper Treatment [IN TIME ttacks of indigestion should. by a be sure there is not an ulcerated condi- .uicer, sore or tumor on the lip. nose. 0wthe body, that fails to heal. let your doc- It may not amount to anything. but Emmi?!) E. GRENBEQG. Pr‘op. prwmmmmmmmmmmmmmn , , ‘ 1i ' «V "\ Ab?!“ the Doctor” appears weekly in this paper. line and long full sleeves, a fitted bodice buttoned down the back into a huge bouffant Skirt. A finger tip length halo veil was fastened with stephanotis, a. n d she carried a shower bouquet of pink roses with white sweet peas. Maid of honor, Miss Irene Riv- ers of Eaglescrcek, Oregon, wore blue organdy with a tight bodice and full hoop skirt; she carried a colonial bouquet of gardenias and sweet peas. Bridesmaids were Miss Jane, Doten of Tacoma and Peggy Wilson of Seattle, dressed in hoop skirted pink organdy and carrying colonial bouquets rosebuds and sweet peas. Arne Kirkland acted as best man and Frank Dusek and Thomas Hos- kins were ushers. Miss Marjorie Byson was ganist for the rites, Kirkland sang “At Dawning,“ and .“Because.” Mr. William Brooks played a rviolin obligato for Mr. Kirkland’s songs. A reception was held at the Hoskins Steilacoom Lake home. ‘The young couple left by plane after the reception for a wedding trip into the Canadian Rockies. Mrs. Kirkland, a graduate of the University, taught at the Junior high school in Shelton the past year. 01‘- Visiting Here , Mr. and Mrs. James W'illson of :Benton Harbor, Ito Shelton to spend an indefinite visit with Mrs. Adelle Rex. Mrs. Willson is a niece of Mrs. Rex. It is true that cancer is in some cases difficult to diagnose In the early stages. 0n the other hand, thousands die each year from cancer because they did not realize the gravity of symp- toms. from which they sufiered long before consulting a doctor. A woman who can. with the palm of her hand. detect a lump in the breast that does not belong there. should at once have it looked into. Not next week. but at once. if there is an irritation. sore- ness or bleeding condition. at the mouth of the womb; a tumor or any abnormal indica- tions. have a thorough exam- ination made. It may not be serious, but you should be sure. on tablets and nostrums may false security. pl turdth June 14 ~11. NEEDl-IAM MEN‘S wean Sunday afternoon in the Little Church of the Prairie. The. (acre-l mony was read by the ’teV. Bryum Martin. The bride Wore n gown of white, marquisette, cut with a high neck-' of I and Arne ‘ Mich., drove out i The installing officers of Brem- crton were Mrs. Mabel Prall and Mrs. Helen Bell, conductress. The Bremerton drill team was beauti-E fully gowned in lace dresses ofE rose and blue. They escorted thci newly elected officers to their sta- tions. New officers installed were madam president, Ada Bassett; lvice—president, Opal Fredrickson; chaplain, Grace Collins; inside guard, Eva Van Bargon; outside guard, Lydia Wolfe; trusteesl Myrtle Glenn; secretary, Char— lotte. Gardiner; treasurer, Dorothy! Lamb. Lavella Andrews, president oil the Auxiliary for the past year? was escorted to the honorary sta- tion of Junior past madam presi- .dent. Gifts were presented to the. linstalling officers by Madam President Ada Bassett and also: gifts for Audrey Austin, junior past madam president for the past year and the Auxiliary Mothery Bertha Dittman. l Mrs. Andrews was presented the past president’s pin by Fast Pres— ident Bertha Lord for the service ,‘she has given in the past year. There were about 30 guests present from Bremerton. Dancing and sandwiches, strawberry short- cake and coffee were enjoyed at the close of the evening. 1 for the ensuing year. I l l i l l l I Carnation Club Slates Luncheon l The Carnation Club of the De-] [gree of Honor will meet for a! dessert luncheon at the home of' ers. Kate Cruson on Arcadia :road Thursday at 1:30. A regular meeting of initiations! and program will be held at the; Odd Fellows Hall on Tuesday eve-l lning at 8 o’clock. I Mrs. Vivian Morgan, delegate} to the National Convention of the: Degree of Honor will leave Thurs- day for St. Paul, Minn. The five ! delegates from the State of Wash- 'ington will join with the 21 from Oregon in a special car on thei North Coast Limited. The conven-~ tion will last four days starting on Monday, June 16. Mrs. Mor- gan is on the registration com- ! mittee. l Family Reunion lle‘id At Elma, The annual reunion of the 05-1 borne family. descendants of Mn! and Mrs. W. P. Osborne, was! held Memorial Day at Schafersi Park. A large number attendedi from the Harbor, Centralia, Shel- ton, Bremcrton, Portland, Seattle,‘; Yakima, and Elma. A picnic din-i nor was served at noon and the afternoon was spent socially and in reminiscence. Members of the. family present from Shelton were; Mr. and Mrs. Watson Ross and. daughter Charlotte, Mr. and Mrs. E i Lee Osborne. Mr. and Mrs. Perry Osborne and two children andi Linton Osborne. i i l Listen to O. M. Orton over KOL at. 7:00 Tuesday, June 10. advg NOTICE Painters Local 1040 WILL RAISE ITS WAGES to $1.371/z an Hour Beginning June 15 l i l l ’09. coooooooooooooooooooooooo cewvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvv 9 oz. 9.0 O 6 0.0 0.0 O 9 .00. 0000000990.. .00....0O....OO.¢0.00.00. .00....00 O 0 0.00.00 6 “.9 O 9:” O l the McKinney-Daviscourt Wedding Lovely Event One of the prettiest of the early! . .summer weddings was he1d Sat- Miss Frances Lynn, daughter of”)1 urday when Miss Eleanor Davis- court became the bride of Guy McKinney. The ceremony was read by the Rev. Mark Wiechmann in the Catholic parsonage at 2 o’clock before. the members of the immed- iate families. The bride is the daughter of | Mr. and Mrs. Emil Daviscourt and the groom is the son of Mrs. Ber- tie McKinney. Miss Daviscourt was lovely gowned in a powder blue afternoon dress with pleating at the front of the waist line, a white halo hat with blue veiling covering the face, and a corsage of gardenias. Miss Florence Mc—i Hugh of Seattle, the. bridesmaid. wore a rose pink suit and match- ing hat with a corsage of orchids, and a gold cloth necklace, a gift] from the bride. Bud Daviscourt, brother of the bride. was best man. Following the wedding a recep- tion was held for the wedding party and friends of the couple at the bride’s home. Beautiful huge bouquets of calla lilies and pink peonies were used about the living room and hall to make a soft pastel background for the affair., Receiving the guests were Mr. and Mrs. Guy McKinney, the groom's mother, Mrs. McKinney and the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dav- iscourt. Miss Marie McHugh, an accom- plished musician from Seattle, rendered several numbers on her harp during the afternoon. The dining room was decorated ' in gold and white with the lovely tiered Wedding cake, the embroid- ered cloth, candles and flowers, rosebuds, sweet peas, and gladio- las, all carrying out the color scheme. Mrs. T. M. McHugh of Seattle, and Mrs. Albert Schafer of Montesano poured the first hour and Mrs. W. M. Elliott and Mrs. De Rosie. the second. Mrs. H. E. Carscadden, of Bremerton, aunt of the bride, Mrs. G. E. Mitchell of Tacoma, bride's cousin, and Mrs. Lloyd Daviscourt, of Centra- lia, were the hostesses. The many beautiful gifts were viewed at the. reception by the guests. Mrs. Daviscourt coose pastel shades of blue for the occasion and Mrs. McKinney I navy blue. Both mothers wore gar- denia corsages. In charge of the punch which was served on the: porch was Maurice Schafer assist- ed by Lloyd Daviscourt. . Following a three week’s trip to California the young couple will make their home in Puyailup where Mr. McKinney is an Asso- ciated Oil distributor. Junior American Legion Holds Election Friday The Junior department of the American Legion held a regular meeting Friday afternoon at the home of their president, Marjor- ie Ann Valley. The principle busi- ness was the election of officers. The new officers are, president, Patty Chase; vice-president, Jane Ciothier; secretary, Florence Fen- timan: treasurer, Jane McKay; historian, Nadine Lauber; ser- geant-at-arms, Virginia Connelly. A sale of scouring sponges was held the Cash grocery. Saturday group was treated to the lshow “Land of Liberty" which iwas sponsored by the American Legion. for having written a story on Colonial history. The regular meetings will be discontinued during the summer. Refreshments were served by the hostess. Mrs. M. C. Danieison Honored by Amaranths The Amaranths social club held a special meeting Saturday eve- ning in honor of Mrs. M. C. Dan- '3‘ ielson who is leaving Wednesday in her husband at Grand Cou- lee, where they will make their new home. The party was held at the. home of Mrs. Annie Anderson with Mrs. Viola Kimbel joint host- ess. The evening was spent play- ing keeno with Mrs. Ethel Flatner winning the high prize. Mrs.- Dan- ielson was presented a gift from the club. Guests of the club were Miss Grace Engelsen, of Van- couver, Washington, and Mrs. Hal Briggs. to jo Visit Sister Mrs. Oma Roller and daughter Louise of Centralia, spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Collier. Mrs. Collier and Mrs. Roller are sisters. PA AMO0N THEATRE Shelton, Wash. Tonite'and Wednesday ,Ernest A. Frey. Miss Lovejoy iS' wedding . PHONE 100 l l ()sterberg-Lynn \Vetiding , Solemnized Saturday Eve Saturday evening at 6 o'clock; i Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lynn andi Ralph Osterberg, son of Mrs! Amanda Osterberg, were unitedf in marriage at the. Mount Olivel Lutheran Church. The quiet im—i pressivc ceremony was solemnized? by Rev. R. C. Muhly before im-2 mediate members of the familiesl The bride was attractivoly; gowned in a. powder blue after-l noon dress with a corsage ofi Cecil Brunner roses and fresias.i She wore matching accessories in1 white. Attending her was Missl Helen Mac Hatcher, a c1assmate,l wearing a dark suit with white} accessories, and a gardenia cor-' sage. Lennart Osterberg, bro—l ther of the groom, was best man.l Following dinner at the Alder-i I brook Inn for the wedding party,. Mr. and Mrs. Osterberg left for Port Angeles where they will make their home. Both the bride and groom at- tended the local schools graduat- ing with the classes of ’39 and '37 ' respectively. Miss Lovejoy Married . In Seattle Friday 'Of much interest to Shelton friends was the wedding Friday in, the University Unitarian Church of Miss Hazel Ellis Lovejoy to; the sister of Carl Hellman. The pale pink and blue gowns of bridal attendants and the pink snapdragons and blue delphinium I they carried made a lovely pastel contrast for the white-gownedi figure of the bride. The bridel chose white embossed marquisette for her gown, with a tulle finger-: !tip veil held by an orange bios—i , som coronet. Swainsonia and step- Ihanotis surrounded gardenias in the bride’s cascading bouquet. A reception followed in the Al- phi Chi Omega Sorority House. Reception assistants were Mrs. Henry Hellman and Mrs. Cari Hellman of Shelton, sisters-in-law of the bride. Visiting Sister , Mrs. Oscar Hunt of Worthing-i ton, South Dakota. and Mrs. El—g mer Rust of Lismore, Minn, are having a happy reunion with their? sisters, Mrs. O. M. Steen, Mrs.| Gust Jensen and Mrs. Alfred Kill-i i met, this week. This is the first| time in 17 years they have alll been together. Mrs. Hunt is the, president of the P.-T.A. in her[ community and- Mrs. Rust is a; former registered nurse. Express-j ing ' their views of the. West on. their first trip out. Mrs. Lunt said; “Just a little bit of Heaven out; here, truly amazing” and Mrs.‘ Rust commented, “Never knew: there could be such a lovely place! on earth. these beautiful trees and mountains, make it truly a park‘: where ever one goes." Mrs. Rust‘ and'Mrs. Hunt planned to stay about three weeks. , i lVisiting Daughter Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Carter of Inglewood, California, arrived in Shelton Friday to spend several weeks visiting with their daugh- ter Mrs. Fred Hickson. Mr. and Mrs. Carter are former residents moving away eight years ago. Visit in Seattle ' Mr. and Mrs. O. D. Durand and Mr. and Mrs. J. Lee Pauley visited Sunday in Seattle with Mr. and Mrs. Courtney Pauley. .‘ Baptist Church Will i Present Banquet The ladies of the Baptist Church will give a banquet at the Church for their husbands and sons in honor of Fathers‘ Day on Friday at 7 o'clock. A program will be presented. Capitol Hill Club Schedules Picnic The Capitol Hill Club will hold a picnic at Walker Park on June 12. A potluck dinner will be serv— ed with Mrs. Olive Johnson and Mrs. Elvira Turner furnishing the ice cream, punch and coffee. Reports will be given on the sale of the quilt; C.S.C.S. Girls Will Meet Friday The C.S.C.S. Girls will meet on Friday at 2 l l l 1 Street. The yearly awards will be presented during the meeting. Moose Ladies Hold Election Friday The Moose Ladies held their' election of 'officers at their, meet- ing Friday night. Mrs. Leona An- derson, star recorder and Mrs. A]- pha Tally, graduate regent of Bremerton werefguests. New officers elected were Mrs. Evalyn Coburn, senior regent, 'flowers they sent to be used for . lain; .and Martha Witsiers, on the exe- .preciation of her work on Poppy i l i p. m. at the home of: Mrs. Pittenger, 110 North 9th, August Lasardc and Mrs. Helen Gow, who is a member now resid- ing in Tacoma. Material is being purchased by Mrs. Witsiers for chair backs tot be used at American Lake Hos- tal. Mrs. Eula. Martin submitted her poppy report with the following recommendations: that we in— crease our poppy order consid- erably. and that no poppies be sent into the country. Poll in radio commentators and programs was taken by the radio chairman. This is being conducted throughout the Department of; ‘Nashington. Six of the Junior Auxiliaryl marched with their caps and badges, in the march to the flag- pole on Memorial Day. They also helped place the wreaths on Vet- eran's graves. Special thanks of the Auxiliary are sent to Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Haskell of Harstine and Mrs. Len Smith for the lovely this occasion. Election of officers was held with the following duly elected: Eva. Binns, president; Marjorie Valley, first vice president; Alber- ta Landers, second vice president; Rae Melcum. secretary; Mary Dobson, treasurer; Beryle Fan-l bcrt, historian; Ethel Soule, chap- Vera Coates, sergeant—at- arms; Etna Eliason, Lucy Need- ham, Ada Clothier, Eula Martin, cutive committtee. Delatcs to the state convention at Yakima are: Eva Binns, first: Ada. Clothicr, second; Martha Wit- siers. third. Alternates are: Eula Martin, first; Rae Melcum, second; Ethel Soule, third. Mrs. Ernest Eaton was present- ed a gift by Mrs. Martin in ap- Day. 1, Program was presented by Mrs.| Martin, who is immigration and' new citizens chairman. She told lus that in the past four ycarsl she has been coaching persons forl their citizenship and that 20 of} her pupils have passed. Mrs. Las— ardc, a native of France. answer- ed questions on the three divisions of the government. Mrs. Ander- son, native. of Scotland, spoke on the. executive department. Mr.| Plovie, from Belgium, named and: explained the 21 amendments andi recited the Preamble to the Con-l stitution. Refreshments were served by the committee. Mary Dobson. McCleary Couple Wed At Quiet Ceremony At a quiet ceremony Tuesday afternoon, Mrs. Lulu Boling and D. 1. George. both of McCleary were married by the Rev. Samuel Everton at the. Central Baptist Church parsonage in Olympia. They were attended by Mrs. Florence Andrews of Shelton, sis- ter-in-law of the groom, and Her- man Nelson, brother of the bride. An Adequate The Home! Now You Can RENT A Gas Water Heater For Only I I l 3.-—If you wish to discontinue months, we remove heat , cost to you. i HOT WATER Is Important With Children I 1.~We install a new No; 25 Ruud Gas Water Heater, connected to your present tank. 2.—You pay $1.00 a month rent (billed to you along with your monthly gas usage) and agree to do so for 12 months. 4.—~At the end of 24 months (2 years) you Lewis, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Nichols, Pasadena. California. on June 2. The wedding was solemn-; in ized by the Reverend Logan his home at Auburn. The. bride was attractive in a military outfit with all military accessories. She. was attended by Mrs. Vic Zabroski and Mr. Zab- roski was best man. Immediately after the wedding the couple left for the home of the bride’s parents where they were entertained with a wedding supper. Mr. and Mrs. Nichols will reside in Shelton for a short time and then plan to make their home ’in Pasadena, California. W.S.C.S. Slate Wednesday Meeting The Women's Society for Chris- tian Service of the Methodist Church will meet at the church at 2 o'clock on Wednesday, June 11. Mrs. Robert lead the devotions. The program will consist of a pageant “'Wo- men in the Changing World" in which ten women and several children will participate. The host— l l l i C. Johnson V‘Vllll esses will be Mrs. Bernice Stcwa art'and Mrs. Merril Saeger. Spend Weekend Here. v Tom Chapman and daughters Maurine, and Marcella. of Seattle and Miss Elley Turley of Francisco Were weekend guests of Mr._ and Mrs. Dick Watson. Miss Turley has been the hOUSC-E guestof Mrs. Mary Watson for the past Week, where she was: feted with several parties. Shel returned to Seattle with the Chapmans on Sunday. Following a. Week in Seattle they will leave for California where the Chap- mans will make their new home. San : m3‘:ill”:21(igi‘allzrndflgggprfii:31}; l mllgii‘hglflfiglfgqVAgiiilEEy/athglgnil.v : I Regular meeting of American Of interest to her many friendsl — I V ._ .7 ., .V ' ~ I. (t .. , ,' . . : ..egitiii Auxiliary was held Tucs- is the announcement of the mar" . pink pennies set the scene for; and following a short business i da " ' ' ‘ h u p . ' .y, June .ird. There. were. four riage. of M1ss Vida Martin, dauvh- 3 g. at); Ytifrlflftzri"); meeting they installed the officersl __._____.__~...._____. guests in attendance: Mrs. Will ter of Mr. and Mrs. Everett Mgr- . . . . . Anderson. Mrs. Ernest Eaton, Mrs. tin of Kent. to C. E. Nichols, Fort THEATRE SHELTON. WASHINGTON Two shows every night Starting at 7:00 P.M. Matinee 2:15 p.m. Saturday and Sunday Adm. 10¢ and 25¢. plus tax (State 2¢; Federal 3e!) Sunday to Tuesday James Cagney ~ Pat O'Brien “DEVIL DOGS OF THE AIR” Wednesday Only LIONEL ATVVILL —- LON CHANEY, Jr. “MAN MADE MONSTER” Thursday Only 15¢ NITE Friday — Saturday TIM HOLT “CYCLONE ON HORSEBACK” .— @. SENSATIONAL Fur Storage Offer LARCHMONT FURRIERS 26 years in business——Out of the high rent district of Tacoma. HERE ARE THE DETAILS: FUR COAT STORAGE in our new spacious fire- proof cold storagc vaults -— capacity 8,500 coats. Careful attention given to every garment. Dcmothlng Cleaning Glazing Fur nsumnec * ‘k ‘k ‘k * Individual Inspection All for 2.50 Fur Coat Storage. CLOTH COAT STORAGE .. $1.00 FOR SIX MONTHS We will have a representative in the Ready-To-Wear Department of the Lumbermen’s Mercantile Co., on Friday, June 13, to personally take care of your fur needswall styles of remodeling. Supply Of service after 12 malls er~No further 7.-—This plan is available without any extra installation costs to all residences where there is a gas service on the premises. HERE IS THE PLAN: 6.~——At any time during the 24-month rental period, should you wish to purchase an Automatic Gas Water Heater, we will al- low the full amount of rental paid to be applied as down payment on the Auto- A T}, e . . . lg. Most Modern Mens’ Furnishings Store 1n Shelton 3"“ ‘ pay sales tax of 72¢ and the Heater is yours! We give you a bill of sale. 5.—If during the first months you desire to purchase the heater for cash, we will al- low 15% discount on the unpaid balance. After 6 months will allow 10% on balance. Mrs. Elizabeth Biehl. Chaplin, Mrs. I Lavella Andrews, junior regent, WATCH f“ For Our Opening Announcement In Thursday’s Journal small additional charge may be made where a new service must be run. And in the case of renters, consent of the own— er must be obtained. Joyously together again! REMEMBER—Gas is Clean, Economical and the Fastest. method of heating water. We have over 150 satisfied gas water heater customers in Shelton. This is one use where GAS LEADS THE FIELD! Thursday Only Two Features: MAURICE CHEVALIER “BREAK THE Firm @0032.“ Ruth Olund, musician. Mrs. Ester.I And_erSon. recorder, Mrs. Nettie, Bedell, treasurer. The Tacoma lodge will install the officers on. June 21. St. Mary Altar Society Plans Last Meeting [ The. last meeting of the. season of the St. Marys Altar Society1 was held at the Lake Isabella] home 0f Mrs. Neil McPhee on; Thursday. Following a potluck luncheon a business meeting was held and cards were enjoyed. Mrs. ‘ 00099000000. O....OO.¢0.00.”.O0.00.00.00.00.00.0 0 NEWS” fithi’YEimlf“sl‘ffl Sufi??? GA BILL BOYD galloping goos:_* (1 er--- REME MBER ’3' “PIRATES 01,“ an i HORSEBACK' o.anesthesia?uses’ e . Fath-ers’ Day-— June 15th £1 Friday - Saturday 23:13:50 péfigssmf gigging. $1.51 co. “an?” have a Beautiful line of the kind of Gifts . H m A m"! , areas: has. C. 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