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Shelton Mason County Journal
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June 12, 1941     Shelton Mason County Journal
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Page Six w I B.Y.P.U. Enjoy I I Mrs. Leo Martin Honored Tuesday Honoring the birthday of Mrs, Leo Martin, Mrs. Hugh Clark en-i Open Air Meeting ant evening last Saturday The B.Y.P.U. enjoyed a pleas-l, ‘ Spencer Lake. As the weather was i __ “x 'h— I Miss Nita Cleveland I Married In Cheyenne Coming as a complete surprise at to their many friends was the announcement made this week of tertained at her home Tues‘lay‘ pleasant they decided to ‘hold a I the wedding of Miss Nita Cleve- With a 1:30 dessert lunCheon' The‘ fireside service in the open. After? land to Clarence a devotional period, refreshments ‘ , . , were served. The group will hold and Mrs' Frank Wluard wmnmgl the following meetings this week, afternoon was spent playing con— tract with Mrs. Hugh Hamilton honors. Each guest presented Mrs. , Thursday prayer Synge.“ (Jim) Bariek- man at Cheyenne, Wyoming, on June 4 at 4 o’clock. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. I I .c- at the Frank H. Cleveland of Seattle and l Martin With a. gift; Present tOI church at 7:30 p. in; Saturday, the groom is the son of Mr. and Spend the emoyable afternoon a weiner roast, the place to be.Mrs. Edward Bariekman of this Werei Mrs- E 13- suuon' Mrs' I announced Thursday, and the reg- ‘ city. Lowell McGinnis, Mrs. Lawrence‘ 1,134,. services in the Church Sum Bin‘rcll, Mrs. Bill Dickie, Mrsw da The wedding was performed by y at 6: 30 p. in. All young peo- H. A. Brookhart, Justice of the Clarkr Mrs‘ Martini MI'S- Ham“ ple over sixteen are invited to at- 1 Peace. tend. ilton, and Mrs. Willard. Ideal Gifts For Dad! Comfortable -~Smart TOWNCRAFT* SPORT SHIRTS 1.98 A WClcmno prosi'nl wrapprd in an attractive Cellophane window boxeplus a gift card! He'll lost over the t )l spun rayon port shirt he’s wanted. OTHER MEN’S SPORT SHIRTS 98¢-1.49-2.98 ,,. U. S. Pat. Off. TO‘WNCR. FT BELTS .......................... .. BOXED HANKIES ______________________________ __ 25¢ FINE LEATHER- W’ALLETS .......... __ 1.98 GEUTRY PAJAMAS .......................... __ 1.49 RAYON LOITNGING ROBES ........... __ 4.98 TOIVNCRAFT TIES .............................. __ 98¢ CASEAL COATS .................................. __ 4.98 TOPE’LEGHT SHIRTS .......................... __ 98¢ Craftsman SHIRTS AND SHORTS .................. __ 49c ea. ARMOR FOOT SOCKS .............. .. 4 for 1.00 SPORT SHOES .................. 2.98 to 3.98 SUMMER STRAIN/S .................. __ 98¢ to 1.98 KOROSEAL BELTS .......................... 49¢ MEN’SPOPLIN JACKET .................. .. LUNCH-{PAIL and BOTTLE .............. _. 1.09 Perfect Gift for Dad* He‘ll 'Appreciate Several Pairs of NYLON SOCKS ,2 prs. 75¢ Here's a gift he‘ll remember a long iimr-wvmadc of sturdy Ny- lon for extra. wear! Nylon and cotton reinforced heels and toes . —ribbed top of merccrized cot- ton. this. ptuuznco..;luhc.i . I known here. ’Mrs. Bariekman was I Both are Shelton high graduates of the school and well on a vacation from her duties in Dr. A. C. Linkletter's office and made the announcement upon her return Saturday. Mr. Bariekman is now stationed at Fort Sam Houston at San Antonio, Texas. Weekend Visitors Miss Grace Engelsen of Van- Nina Engels'en of Astoria, Ore- gon, and Mrs. F. Woods of Al- buquerque, New Mexico, were the over the weekend. Returns Home Mrs. Harry Deegan returned to her home last week after spend- ing four weeks visiting her par— ents at Grand Marie, Minn. She drove home in a new Pontiac. V.F.W. Sewing Club To Meet On Friday The V.F.W. Sewing Club will meet Friday, June 13 with Mrs. Henry Hansen. Mrs. Orden Harv rison will assist her. The group will sew for the Red Cross fol- lowing dinner. ‘ Visiting Mother ‘ Mrs. W. O. Burch, the former Louise. McKinney, arrived Fri- ? day evening to spend an indefinite ' i visit with her mother, Mrs. Bertie McKinney. Mrs. Burch arrived 1. , in time for her brother’s wedding . held Saturday, which was a pleas- 3 ant surprise to her. ' Homemaking Committee Holds Wednesday Meet The Moose Homemaking com- imittee met Wednesday afternoon ,with Mrs. Wa'lter Lynn. Busi— . ness transacted following the luncheon. Mrs. James Harrison, ; Mrs. Mabel Hall, Mrs. Lura Hurst, 3 and Mrs. F. G. Bedell were pres- ent for the afternoon. Dickinson-Haneman Wedding In Seattle Of interest to Shelton friends i is the marriage of Ettamae Hane~ iman of 1705 Summitt Avenue, ‘Seattle, to Earl F. Dickinson of l Shelton. The ceremony was solemnized in Seattle on May 28 at 3:30 o'clock. Following a wedding trip to Spokane, Mr. and Mrs. Dickinson are making their home in Shelton for the time be- ing. ,Daughters of Pioneers Schedule Picnic Meet The Mason County Chapter 14, 'Daughters of Pioneers will meet lat Bayshore on Thursday, June -14 for their annual picnic. The :meeting will start about i 10 I o’clock. Mrs. C. M. Danielson Feted with Party Mrs. C. M. Danielson was feted with a bridge party Monday by I Mrs. Hugh Hamilton, at the host- less’ home. Three tables of bridge followed the lunch with Mrs. Em- ery Burley and Mrs. Danielson winning honors. Each table was i cleverly decorated with small Ipink rose buds and Carnations. Mrs. Danielson received the guest of honor gift. > . , from Shelton were Mrs. E. B. Sut- I ‘ ton, Mrs. W. M. Dickie and Mrs] Willis Burnett. , , Sheltonians Serve At , ‘ , Fort Lewis Wedding We Deliver Phones 303 and 555 PHARMACY “‘9’”. EARLY AKBRIBAK SHAVE MUG Put, some old-fashioned zést into your morning shave with Shulton’s scientifically compounded, free-lathering shave soap. You'll like the economy of the extra-large supply, the invigorat- ing Old Spice odor, and its refreshing effect on your skin. The sturdy pottery shave mug. handsomely illustrated with a famous early American trading ship, is replete with after-uses for the ingenious male. Early American Old Spice Shaving Accessories can be par. tinned singly, or in :65: up In $3 .00 in our Toiletriei‘ Dept. WE SUGGEST NORCROSS FATHERS’ DAY CARDS ms lVé’W 11/257511! 'Zfl/E’flflI/AA/ IN RICH, DARK, CORDOVAN BROWN ' couver, Mrs. F. 0. Woods, former guests of Miss Clare Engelscni A lot of men have asked for this new KIRSTEN Pipe—the “Cordovan.” “Radi« ator” is permanently colored a rich brown, like Cordovan leather—glareless in sun- shine, thoroughly masculine. For the outdoors man. . . the man in the service . . . the man who’d like a dark-colored KIRSTEN . . . a fine Father’s Day gift. . . the perfect smoke, $5 to $10 Electric Razors Shick — Remington Shavemaster Pens SH EAFFER and EVERSHARP Eastman KODAKS and CINE KODAKS AMITY BILL FOLDS KAYVVOODIE PIPES SI-IELTON-MASON COUNTY JOURNAL Garden Club To Sponsor Dance .For Railroad Avenue Project The Shelton Garden Club will lsponsor a public dance at the ,Masonic Hall in Union, Friday evening, June 20, to raise more ,funds to finish the payment": for ‘the project already completed along Railroad Avenue. The cost of the project came to more than had been figured on six months ago. Dancing will be from nine to one o'clock and Dave Coleman’s orchestra from Aber- deen, will furnish the music. The committee in charge of the dance includes Mrs. C. D. Wyckoff, gen— eral chairman, Mrs. Walter Kull- rich, chairman of the decorating l committee, assisted by Mrs. Mar- cus Rodgers and Mrs. Merritt Kaphingst; publicity, Mrs. Hal Briggs; treasurer, Mrs. Steve Rupert; tickets, Mrs. R. L. Mitch- ell chairman, assisted by Mrs. I A. S. Koch, Mrs. James Amunds, IMrs. Ed Faubert, Mrs. Homer Taylor, Mrs. Ellio’t B. Spring, Mrs. : Herbert Angle, Mrs. Lloyd Blari- com, Mrs. Robert Tabke, and the other committee members. Wednesday afternoon the tick- et committee met with Mrs. Mitchell and each took a list of ,names to call by phone. It is I hoped this will be the last appeal to the public for help on the; :Railroad Avenue project, as there lhas been very generous help so Ifar, which has been greatly ap- l preciated by the Garden Club. l I W.S.C.S. Holds Interesting Pageant The Women‘s Society for Chris— tian Service met at the Church at 5 I2 o‘clock for their regular meet- Iing on ‘were beautifully decorated roses from Mrs. Horace Crarys lgardens. Mrs. Robert C. John- lson led the devotions. A pageant, “Women in a Changing World," I written to show that women lead- : ers in all realms of life have been church women was presented dur- ing the afternoon, with Mrs. Ne- na ‘Roberts as reader and Loui Larson singing appropriate hymns during the play. Follow- ing are the characters: Mrs. Mar- vin Carter and son, Allen, as Susanne Westly; Mrs. Horace Crary as Mary Lyon; Mrs. Hugh Hamilton and Mrs. Claire Ham- mond as Florence Nightingale and with as Francis Willard; Mrs. F. M. ‘ Smith as Susan B. Anthony; Mrs. Lloyd Loughnan and daughter, Aylene, as Jane Adams and a ragged child; Mrs. D. R. Pittcn- ger‘ as Helen Keller; Mrs. Tom Rowe as Madame Chiang Kei- Shek and Mrs. Bertie McKinney representing the W.S.C.S. Mrs. Merril Saeger and Mrs. iBernice Stewart were the host- csses. I Visits Here Miss Margaret Clark will be at home this weekend. Miss Clark, ter of Mrs. Gladys Clark and has just finished three months train- ing at Sedro Woolley. Miss Clark will now go into three months training at the Orthopedic hos- pital in Seattle. ' Moose Plan Public Keno Party Friday The Moose will hold a social meeting Friday evening in the Moose Hall at 8 o’clock. Keno will be played during the evening. The public is invited to attend. Mrs. Bill Dickie Entertains Friends Mrs. Bill Dickie entertained at her home on Wednesday with a . bridge party for Mrs. Frank Wil- , lard, Mrs. Willis Burnett and Mrs. lSteve Rupert. Mrs. Willard won honors. Inter-City Club Meets on Canal The Inter-City Club met today, Thursday, June 12, at the Canal their regular meeting. Going ,Shelton played important roles ‘ yesterday in the military wedding at Fort Lewis of Miss Merla Wil- liams of Clarion, Iowa, and Lieut. Marion Akers of Dows, Iowa. Mrs. Clark was matron-of—hon- or while Mr. Clark gave the bride away. The newlyweds are Iclose friends of Mr. and Mrs- Clark, Lieut. Akers coming fI‘Om .the same town in Iowa. ' Matlock Ladies . . Enjoy Loop Trip Enjoying a trip around the Loop last weekend were Mrs- .Elvin Hearing, her mother. MY‘S- Anna Rediska, Mrs. Mary Goddin and Mrs. A. S. King. The group . left Thursday and arrived home last Friday night. They called on the Fred Poyns family thn they were at Quinault. W.B.A. Changes I Meeting Date The W.B.A. will meet with Mrs. Clare Rosenberg in the Skokomish Valley Wednesday of next week, June 18, instead of ,this week as originally scheduled. Evangelistic Series At Assembly Of God .— Evangelist M. E. Edmunson and his party will start a two-week series of meetings next Sunday, June 15, in Shelton under the ‘Mission, announces Strankman, pastor of the church. Rev. Edmunson has been in Shelton on previous occasions.‘I—Ie will conduct nightly services ex- Icept for Mondays. local Six Highclimbers To Receive Golf Award A bit belated, perhaps, comes ‘announcement of the varsity let‘ ter winners on the 1941 High- climber golf team. .by Coach Ned Snelgrove David Kaphingst, Warren Mel- receiving', them. Wednesday. The rooms, Mrs. ' Clare Barton; Mrs. C. C. Anderson ‘ a graduate nurse,. is the daugh-= home of Mrs. K. C. Schultus for' .Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Clark of] Thursday, J uneg .L,__-_._._. __._.- . -_c._. 7. a _. .4 I, 1,1. 1%”, , ,_ 1.1-. AL l ' flcaiiyemg I Port Angeles Flower Mid—summer N1 - Show Their Finest ‘ Presented By The finest display of flowersi \Vimgm Sha ever assembled and the biggest l summer' Night's attendance ever to enjoy it, de-Ipremnmd by the scribes the Port Angeles Flower I H, 1. 19th 3mm Show held in the Masonic Tem— l {polegt Theatre) i plc there last Saturday and Sun- ‘ Am. i 1 5t PHONE 100 I V...., hold a , day‘ I second and last "" i i" , Mrs. George Drake, Mrs. Wil- l this Sunday, J11 THAT OLD FLAG ,' liam McKenzie, Mrs. George Crop- , m, The Forest Caleb Dunn per and Mrs. Walter Kullrieh were , miles from 81‘ judges at the show. Mrs. George ‘ BromeI-ton—Seab LeComptc, Mrs. J. H. Frisken. audiences view Brighter than ever is that old flag that smiles on us today, Mrs. A. C. Linkletter and Donald I tural slopes abO And brighter still its stars shail grow as ages pass away; Their light the brightest light of hope for man shall ever be— Cropper also attended. The group ‘ bark coveredv/ ‘ The glory of the grandest flag that waves on land or sea. stopped at the Log Cabin Inn on , age' serve 35 en, It has ever been the symbol of our greatness in the past, I the way home for dinner. for the player Its spirit shall be our hope and guide as long as time shall last, I style revues presented by five “ For the souls that reared that standard, and first raised it toward Stores Showed wearing apparel for ‘ the Sky’ . , ,, garden and lawn, attracted largeI ' Resolved that long as freedom lives that “banner shall not die. crowds. Two distinguishing fea_ ' i tures of this show werethe shad— Win be paid by; l 0 grand old flag! fraternal love thy glory e'er shall crowri, ow boxes, done with exotic ar- for fin Pom or I And from the ramparts of our land no foe shall tear thee down! rangements and all effective as jCT_m§‘I*SB,7rO’PHER i I i There thou shalt ever wave. as thou art brightly seen today, a result of the brilliant lighting; Icgaxot remove iv exits ,in U , The pride of all true hearts that beat beneath the blue and gray? and the Junior Show, which had , and ‘60c gr, more than twice as many entries as last year. Thou smilest on the noblest blood the world has ever known, Whose Signet of nobility is simple nature’s own; i The blood of all the people who to liberty are true, Though they be rich, or they be poor, or high or lowly too. ‘Tis found within the cottage where the toiler’s baby lies, I Pharmacy. Phonevv . i As well as in the cradle of the richest ’neath the skies, I Fathers Day Special: Tis not the blood of arrogance, that seeks its power to win By pride of birth or caste—that superannuated sin. No hostile power can ever change the color of that blood, I That bears the seal of nobleness, stamped by the hand of God. Beneath thy starry gleams we see pass in a grand review, George Washington, and Stark, and Knox, and Francis Marion, too; i We see bold Captain John Paul Jones, and plain Ben Franklin, I tOO, With Jefferson and Adams, and Charles Carrol, staunch and true: We see stern Andrew Jackson, and brave Phil. Kearney there, 2 With blunt old “Rough and Ready,” who had will to do and dare: We see the spirits of the deadi the martyred soldiers true»~ The patriots who for freedom died, pass on in this review. Beneath thy folds, old flag of stars, while we renew the vow, That long as hearts shall beat, and thought shall dwell within man's brow, . We’ll hold thee e'er aloft, though storm and danger threaten thee, And with our lives defend thee, thou loved banner of the free! A Delicious Devil’s Food Cake . - with Lucio/us Fudge Icing. FA. written across the top. is Specan at j . "El" W; Oh, dark indeed Would be our hope for future liberty, If that old flag of stars and stripes should evere cease to be! For :2, alone, unsullied there, with all its folds unfurled, Is Freedom's dearest gift to man,—~the safeguard of the world. It symbolizes genius, and the work it has done— ‘The grandest. best achievements that God‘s sun e’cr smiled upon; It tells of splendid palaces that people ever see, Wherc’er the white-winged birds of universal commerce be; i It tells of mighty threads of thought that with electric band Girdle the ear‘thflthe wondrous work of men born in this land. u And as the ages roll apace, that flag shall brighter grow, With. the lustre of new triumphs that our genius shall bestow; And glorious as its record is—ma monument sublime~ It shall e'er increase in glory with the' increasing years of time, For when that flag was first unfurled, ’twas with this stern decree: i That longvas man be true to man, in this Land of the Free, I These stars shall be our hope, that flag shall never cease to be! is Louis Pfundt Seeks Alaska _, Salnfln Again. Union, June 11.-~Capt. Louisj 1 Pfundt with his crew of six SAIL- I IORS left port Tuesday morning .for Alaska waters. For over twenty-five years, Capt. Pfundl: has made an annual pilgrimage for Alaska salmon, making it a fine venture for the crew to go 'with one of so many years' cx- I l I I . IO Here 1 mini lrom summer heat. Stimulating, hot linens" day right-dud cool, Frosty drinks to refresh you and YW' ‘ BUTTER z—lbs. CERTO 3 bottles COCOA zvlbs. Crystal White Tomato SOAP ‘ JUICE ,10 bars 39¢ 3cans 23¢ perience. The Goldberg residence is near- ing completion the outside is painted and the plan is to have la white picket fence around the residence and grounds which will be a very attractive section of our village. I Ran and Porter have men . .working overtime to get their, v chicken dinner place open for] Saturday. This is a large attrac—I Itive place which should be a big1 (asset to the canal. I ‘ Harley Neldon is painting hisl home. Mrs. Neldon and her bro-I :ther Francis Wright, are looking forward to seeing the picture. i “Cyclone Ion Horseback" whichI will soon appear in Shelton, be- I cause they have heard that their; {cousin Terry Frost, has a part ' Iin the picture. , A number of boys of the N.Y.A. I '_ Iare clearing the school grounds f; preparatory to having them bull—' -. ldozed and leveled. Mrs. Enoch Nelson is in the -Shelton Hospital suffering from! a sprained back, which is to be Ihoped will not prove serious. I Mrs. Freda Sullivan is VlSitingI.’ Iher sister, Mrs. Charles Evans at; the Waterwheel. Carroll McHenry is back from; Fort Knox to Fort Lewis. HeI was visiting his folks at Lilliwaup over the weekend and was here Saturday evening visiting with, old friends and attended theI dance. I The first dance of the summer, series was given Saturday eve- ning—the attendance though notI as large.as some of the dances in mid-summer, was very good! .for the opening dance. Many ofl the college students are not home as yet and they are usuallyl [good attenders. The music, an Iorchestra of young fellows from Tacoma was very modernistic and equal to radio dance music of to~l BLEACH .................... .. '/2—gal. POST TOASTIES .... .. 4 pkgs. 19¢ 25¢ TISSUE ........................ .. 5 rolls 19¢ .' gig, I PORK & BEANS ...... .. 3 cans PLAIN or IODIZED SALT 3 FELS NAPTHA ........ .. 6 bars 39¢ /25 29¢ D 1M t ' KETCIIIIIIP.._2bots. M EAT 5; S smilisirorklblg iiiéit Ribs lb. Leg. of Mutton Fresh Ground Sperry’s PANCAKE FLOUR 5‘ Qt. Maple Flavor SYRUP BOTH. Mrs. 1018- i cum, Donald Smith, Floyd Fuller,I iJim Hillier and Robert Spi-inger'convention in Yakima lost work. lear- ‘ On Sunday, Capt. Aldrich brought out from Bremerton, boys of the Receiving. Station Band who I sat out on the'Aldrich lawn and uplayed many numbers during the, day which were enjoyed by many 'town residents and visitors. I .Nurses Treated . l Twenty-eight nurses of Shel- lton and Mason County, members , of the District Nurses Ass’n here, lenjoyed a highly interesting pro- gram at Camp 3 Monday whenl they were guests of Mrs. Jack, Damman and Mrs. Alfred Ander—I son. Bud Puhn, into the forest reserve timber which the Simpson Log-I ging company has been cutting. I{or the past year, was one tea-I ure. ' I I After supper, served at Mrs. i Six letters were recommended I Anderson’s home, the Ass’n meet— withf ing was held with Mrs. ' Doane Brodie and Miss Alma Peterson, delegates to the State Nurses giving their reports. l At Camp 3 Fete; auspices of the Assembly of God . l A trip via Speeder, operated by l I 39¢ VEGETABLES EX. Lge. Lettuce 3/ 10¢ Cauliflower .. . . .. 10¢ Logafi’eas. . 4-lbs. 25¢ Lemons .. doz. 25¢ GREEN ONIONS and Radishes . . . 6 for 10¢ FRESH STRAWBERRIES‘ and GOOSEBERRIES Eon.-. ......... ._ Hamburger lb. 1‘ Pork Sausage .. Z-IbS' . Sirloin Steaks . .. lb- Steer Beef. Bacon lb: 1,49, or whole. Tender Juicy rankS Fresh Sliced Lunch Meats . . . . . lbv SALMON HALIBUT a- LING‘: All Fresh 3 i.‘