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Mrs. B. C. (‘omhs Announces lev Federation Officers , Mrs. B. C. Combs, district presi- ‘dcnt of the Federation of Wom- ens' Clubs announces the follow- ing officers for the year: soCflltVtNIi l SHELTON-MASON COUNTY JOURNAL Unlucky Friday Starts Troubles i For Union Water .._/___r\_______.___.._ THE HOME GARDENER by Dr. John H. Hanley Page Three , ..__ "”"“‘"—"— inacks Enjoy Portland ‘ Rose Festival Event ‘1 Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Hack re- l turned to Shelton last weekend after enjoying several days last Slime ‘ ILH’St Mrs. E. C. Wham-“WW . 1 . o . i .. . . - _ week at the Rose Festive. in verlo‘mmb R‘Cbmfg F’W-‘jflf’jtg “M” B- (j‘ pHONE 100 Union, June. 16.-~On Friday the D‘mctor' U M W Arboretum Portland, which they described as lCUmbh' 1“ “('0 pm'fldent' Mrs’ ‘——-—-—— ~— —— Thirteenth the residents of the more beautiful than ever. They L. 0.113011 by Mrs' M' C‘ Stark: 2nd WW'WCSMCM' i original [town of Illnion‘ felt the . . obtained many colored motion ren of the Mrs. H. E. Peterson; treasurer. McLennan-Eells United In iMlss Aleen Kneeland import of the superstition Thcy‘ .. Gardening on a Window ,countrles. Its batonlcal name~~ pictures of the parade, in which and Mrs. ‘ Mrs. G. L. Gardner; corresponding secretary, Mrs. Robert Nutt; re- Lovely Wedding Saturday At a simply ceremony at 8:30 Marries In Bremerton Saturday morning, June 14, was were notified the water would1 be shut off for a couple of hours Curtain { Have you ever “gardencd” on Byrophyllum means, in Greek“ ‘ d. It possesses the 6.) floats were enterc Sprouting 19“ Mr. Hack had the pleasure of icordmg secretary. MI‘S- Clinton - the date chosen b MiSS A168“ - a a window curtain? It can be done most unusual r0 ert of forming - . Will be June Painter; 1st_director, Mrs. Ellis Kneeland of this city] for her wed- e £15: niggegwufiioggi wtaae: if you are fortunate enough to roots and nevi»3 glanzs from its $695£2g1&¥3;?; gg‘fienglrgfifif make Wells; 2nd director, Mrs. O. Nor- Florence Eells daughter O’f Mr. ding to Wayne Glover of Olym- school property‘was moved to a have a Byrophyllum plant, or can ,leaves. ' dog “junior College band which ross, A11 131’: parliamentarian: Mrs- Jean and Mrs Roy, Eells became the‘ Pia' The marriage was perform“ lower level to allow for the bull- Obtain a leaf' It is 1"” 0f fun' dc'l Lay one Of these leaves 0" l was the official Festival band. able white Todd Fredson. bride of "Mr. Elmer McLennan of; ed in the First Baptist Parsonage dozing of the grounds It Séem_ spite the formidable name of the the ground. Keep it warmsmoist Mr. stong is, ..the son of The departmont (’hairmcn m' ! Tacoma, son of Mr. and Mrs: at Bremerton' ed quite simple to disconnect the Plant itself- The Byrophyuum is and Preferably. dark, and “1 ten Mr. Hack's former seat-mate in anil , 51" public Moose hall, 3. between; ‘mann; honorary member, I 1 elude: American citizenship, Mrs. Mrs. Robert C. Johnson; interna— tional relations, Mrs. F. L. Short; juniors, Mrs. Wm. legislation, Mrs. Russell Lamb; i press and publicity, Mrs. Loris E. Johnson; public welfare, Mrs. Wm. . Mrs. Julia Jackson. The club preSldents are: Camp Three, Mrs. Shirley Marshall; Grapeview, Mrs. W. E. Peterson; Hood Canal Woman‘s Club, Mrs. H. R. Dickinson: Hoodsport Jun- ior Woman’s Club, Mrs. Helen J Burnett: Lake Isabella Club, Mrs. Goodpastor; , The candlelight ceremony was performed before a bank of green- ery with tall white urns of white gladiolus and white stock on either 4 side. Mrs. George Roswell of Cen- Ahern lighted the candles. The bride, who was given in marriage by her father, wore a dress of white moussline de soie. 'with a shoulder viel of tulle. Her .bouquet was of gardenias and white bouvardia. Miss Elisabeth ,Miller of Tacoma was maid of honor. She wore a dress of blue For the wedding the bride, blouse and white accessories. Her corsage was pink iris. Miss Jean Housman of Olym~ pia, was bridesmaid. She chose navy blue also for her chic dress with white accessories, and white miscellaneous shower at her home last Thursday with Mrs. Bill Shel- ton, Mrs. Ralph Paulson and Mrs. Tom Kneeland hostesses. Um— brella motif was used in the pre- sentation of the many lovely gifts, and helped to carry out the l pink and White color scheme. 3 Coffee, ice cream and cakei were served from a pretty buffet .a little better light. wooden pipe but when it came to were injured in moving. All that day water leaked out faster than reservoirs could stand so water was off practically all day. That evening, the three members of the. school board, Ed Bierbraucr, George Allen, and several women who held flashlights and gave orders. Coming to the rescue were Carl Dick and Jack Hogan with extension cord which con- nected to the schoolhouse, gave Their work helped matters considerably but water since then, through Mon-_ a tropical plant of the succulent Pictograph, the fleshly leaves of! the “Air Plant,, are deeply not- ched. Remove the leaf from one of these plants, pin it on a curtain 1 or drape in a room where there‘ is considerable moisture, and not potted up. The “Air Plant” should be grOWn outdoors in the sum-i mer months, but in any but trop- r ical climates must be brought in- doors for the winter. . Taken from Garden Digest Mag- azine, January 1941 Number. From Quest Science Summary. Magic Air Plant The magic Air Plant (Byroph-' ; often each tiny plant days or two weeks! room Will be school and farm neighbor at Liver- Hu ‘h McLennan of Chica . R v. A . . Norman Hillbort; American mime, J. Bovee mad the dou’ga riig, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wallace putting it together again, it was type, and is more commonly seen sprouting from each notch. [ more, Iowa. law , Mrs. A. A. Stratford; education, service before members of thc' Kneeland, wore a. navy blue tall- a different matter as some of it known as an “‘Air Plant“ or Later, little plants Will develope While in Portland_ Mr. and p0 Will hold Mrs. Frank Willard; fine arts, family and a few friends. ored suit With a pretty white was," pom. Shape and some joints “Floppers” as illustrated in the and it should be glVen llght. Mrs. Hack enjoyed visits with If you would like one of these old Iowa friends. interesting leaves, we will be very pleased to send you one upon re-, ceipt of five cents to cover costs' of mailing and handing—~(Quest) Address. Quest, Wellesley, 'M‘ass. EXECUTth APPOINTED Judge John M. Wilson appoint- ed Rubie» M. Sanderson executrix - BOiCO: mUSiC. Mrs. Loui Larson: tralia played Wedding mus“ be”. iris corsagc- LBWiS Berry 0f too much heat and soon small buds A genus of succulent herbs of 0f the 95mm 0f.her1,ate hUSbaI‘d' the public health, Mrs. Pic-rpont Rob- fore the ceremony and Played the} Olympia was best man. (1:215:2(1 $350319 agfrt Iiildrywolglfgg will appear in the notches of the the orpine family—one species of l LEWIS 15- Sandersgné 1? alasuvpenor in inson; ways and means committee, E Weddmg maI‘Ch Mrs. Harlan Jor-g Mrs. Glover graduated from with A1 Martin owner of th e 193‘," followed by roots, Then if the South Africa, two of Madagascar, “court order Slgae 21 ul 3}. Chairman: Mrs. T. W. Weyand: ! dan sang “Calm as The Night"i the Shelton high school this year water system “gm, 11 p m. cam leaf is laid on warm, moist sand, and one of the tropics of .bothl..__—._~_-M- a: m.—:_—:- rve Under Mrs, F1de Savage, Mrs, A, D, preceding the ceremony and “The The groom is employed at KCY‘ ing and patching the pipe, The it will quickly grow new plants. hemispheres. I - 'Hunter; scrapbook, Dorothy Ben; , Lord’s Prayer" at its close. Miss port. Crew was augmented by two After the leaf substance has been! Other names: Mexican Hat. Air‘ Cay ll; "membersml’. Mm. RObePt Trenck- ‘ Gayle Hunter and Miss Annel The bride was feted with a neighbors‘ Frank Coelho and absorbed, the new plants should be Plant, Floppers, Life Plant, Mat- WYITH ternity Plant, Youth and Age, Magic Air-Plant. . 'The .plant grows two feet or more in light and is at its best when each leaf is lined with little plants, which send out roots; and] grows. other little plants if not knocked off. Thus the name Mexican Mat~.~the little plants similar to the bells on They Bring Comfort and Happiness FUNERAL DESIGNS AND HOSPITAL BOUQUETS DeliVe"~d anyWhere, anytime lravis ' Hml Shop Shelton Hardware "Bldn. Loris E. Johnson; Matlock Grange net and carried an arm bou uet . . day has been turned on Dilly Pa” . . . . , ,. ; Club, Mrs. Augusta Portman; of delphinium and daisies. 1214,55 table- AbOUt t1111'th Of her “lends . time so that washings, sprinklings, ynum) IS a natlve 0f "091031 a Memes-n hat- . . . Ph‘me 232 270°“, lShelton Woman's Club. MI'S- HO- Winifred Eells, sister of the bride, gathered for the occasmn' even baths had to be pOStponed ~~~ --—~— ““s‘. ‘Tembreull of Seattle. i C.S.(7.S. Girls Concluding Meeting DISEASE CONTROL EONGER LIFE DISEASE PREVENTION kLEANER CITIES - HEALTHIER ANIMALS mer Taylor; Skokomish Home Economics Club, Mrs. Paul Hunt- Creek Club, Mrs. Lura Hurst; Dayton Triple “S”, Mrs. Warren Williams; Oakland Bay Club— The District Federation will .sponsor a theatre party on July 13, 14 and 15. They will receive a percentage of all tickets sold . . . . . ' ‘ h the national demands outSlde the box office. All mem- “Shers- SOIemmzed by the ReYerend Sam plans to contmue workmg m the u mg up Wit. hers are requested to purchase A reception was held immedi- “61 Everton 0f the FlrSt Central postoffice during his absence . Mr‘ Bernard' .3.“ aet‘Ye figure on the fiewgpapers for serv‘ce' tickets from their club commit- ater after in the parlors of the Church MF- and Mrs- Cheney were which he thinks will be for about 1“ Montesano C‘V‘C affairsi had Among t ‘3' lacuss‘ons'were‘sc" for themselves, family and The pictures tee, friends. for those ni hts are, "They Dare bride oured. Mrs. Maude LeM .- . . for Father’s Day with her par- M , Not Love," sgtarring George Brent. ter segved the wedding cake aziiqd make the” home 1“ the GTOShQng ents. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Bergen Oldest meme." Of .the Montesem partmengs to the ‘ newspgpgrsfl and Frances Scott, and “Her Miss Esther Hohelman of HO_ Apartments in Shelton, The bride went to Tacoma for the day which City councxl in pomt of seercc, along With several new restrict-i First Beau." Mr. And Mrs. W. N. Earl Announce Engagement Mr. and Mrs. Warren Earl are announcing the engagement of ding will take place in the late summer. Activettes \Vill Meet With Mrs. Hal Briggs The Activettes will meet Wed- reminded to notify the hostess as soon as possible. Hold containing the twenty goals of the society for the year 1940-‘41 was on display, with all requirements met. The scroll was decorated with pictures of children of many countries (provided for 100% or- ganization) by Nancy Marshall and Bernadine Ogg. The posters of Migrant Chil- dren and of Chinese Refugees were completed during the af- ternoon and with the Achievement Scroll will be sent to the District W.S.C.S. meeting to be held in Kelso in September. Shirley Dick- inson was named life member of the society for her outstanding record during the past twelve months. Patty Troy tigd for second place and were presented with a 1941 reward pin. Patty Killmer who has attended every meeting for the past three years was awarded the perfect attendance pin. Girls the meeting. The Garden club extended the appreciation to the American Lc- gion Post and Ed Faubert, for their donations. S PASTEUR i ‘9 Your Health and Comfort PURER FOODS Ennis Pasteur. French scientist. created he germ" theory of disease, or' dis- cmeted bacteriology. Koch. in Ger- scheduled E The wed- . Laurcnc Lundquist and . was junior bridesmaid. She wore a dress of pink batiste and car- ding, Mrs. Eells chose a dress of rose lace with a corsage of gar— denias. Mr. Merritt Eells, brother of the bride was best man. Warren Hunter and Ernest Eells were church. Mrs. Chester Eells and iMrs. Paul Hunter, aunts of the quiam had the guest book. As— Slstlng were Miss Alice Ahern and Miss Lucille Ahern. After a short wedding trip, Mr. and Mrs. McLennan will be at home in Tacoma. For going away black hat and black accessories. Her corsage was of gardenias. of Shelton High school. She at- tended Linfield College and Cen- tral Washington School of Edu- cation and has been teaching in _Out of town guests for the wed- ding were: Mr. and Mrs. Chester Eells of Olympia; Mr. Edwin Eells, Mrs. Ray Smith and son Eddy, of Tacoma; Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Miss Esther Holmlund of Hoqulam and Mrs. David Graham of Salem, Oregon. From Bremerton. Mr. and Mrs. George Ditmars and son Mar- vm, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Eells, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Ahern and daughters, Alice, Lucille, Anne and ‘ Helen. Local guests included Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hunter, daughter Gayle land sons Warren, Billy and Jim~ my, Mr. Marvel Bishop, Miss Mar- >ian Elliott, Mrs. Charles Chase . and Mrs. Maude LeMaster, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Swanson and daugh- ter Janet, Mrs. Kay Jordan, Mrs. ,Agnes Hansen, Mrs. Ethel Bovee, iMr. and Mrs. C. C. Gibbs, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Bennett and daughter Artalie, Mr. Chas. Borst, Mrs. E. W. Whaley, Mrs. W. R. Collier, Miss Betty Collier. Rev. and Mrs. J. O. Bovee, Mr. and .Mrs. Roy Eells, Winifred Eells. ,Merritt Eells and Miss Elizabeth Visitors at the Gordon Hendry home last week were Mr. Hen- dry's parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Hendry, .three brothers and sis- *ter, Mr; and Mrs. Douglas Hen- dry, Dave Hendry, Miss Alice Hendry and ,Albert Brenninger, .all of Tacoma, and Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Hendry and two sons, are spending their vacation on the Coast. Part of the time was spent camping Ronald Hendry’s waterfront prop- erty on .the Arcadia Road. Mr. Hendry IS superintendent of a na- tural gas company in Texas, but hopes some day to have a home on his property here. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Hendry spent Saturday and Sunday in Tacoma, Where a family reunion was held at Point Defiance Park. Other members of the family in- cluding a sister and brother, Miss Mrs. McLennan is a graduate1 Draw and Ronald of Texas, WhO‘ on Mr. and Mrs.I Cheney-O’Neill Wedding in Olympia became the bride of Arnold Lest- ley Cheney, junior, son of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Cheney on Friday. June 13, in Olympia, before im- mediate relatives of the families. The five o’clock service was their attendants. Following a wedding Oregon the young couple will trip to graduated from the Irene S. Reed high school this year and the groom graduated with the class of ’39. Mr. Cheney is employed at Rayonier Incorporated. came the bride of Elmer McLen- nan Saturday evening, was the honored guest at a shower given by Mrs. Cyril Murphy Saturday evening. Roses were used about. the rooms for decoration. Follow- former Mema Rowe, Miss Vera Rowe. Mrs. Everett Reichman. nee. Ann Marie Baskerville, Miss Erline Cleveland, Miss Eells and Mrs. Murphy, the former, Donnall Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. George Andrews left Thursday for Portland where .they attended the Rose Festival and the evening performances on Friday. Shelton Garden Club Will Announce Plans The Shelton Garden Club will announce the place and program for the meeting Monday, June 23, in Thursday’s paper. All mem- bers are asked to watch for this as there may be a change made. Week in Seattle Miss Ruth Hillier is spending a Week in Councilor training at Camp Selah near Seattle, in con- nection with Campfire work. Leave For Convention Mrs. Frank Willard, Mrs. W. M. Dickie and Mrs. Hugh Hamilton left this morning for Seattle for the convention of the Washington convention started on Monday and will last through Thursday. Visit Parents Mr. and Mrs. Leigh Duffield and Mrs. A. H. Kidwell spent Sunday on Hood Canal with Mr. Duffield’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Duffield. Mr. and Mrs. Jess Duf- field of Bremerton. also spent the day with his parents. Pioneer Daughters Plan June 19 Meet On June 19 the Mason County Chapter 14. Daughters of Pion- eers. will hold an all day picnic at Bayshore. The group will ga- ther about 10 o’clock. Visiting Aunt Miss Nancy Nutt is spending a week in Sumner visiting her aunt and uncle Mr. and Mrs. Nutt. for a few days awaiting the ar- rival of new pipe. where he was to sail soon for Alaska as carpenter on the gov~ ernment air port project. He passed the civil service examina- tion with over 91 percent and the physical examination prac- tically 100 percent. Mrs. Neldon six months. \ Miss Marietta Martin was out was his birthday as well so he was doubly honored by his daugh- . ters. The service station at Alder~ brook opened partiallv last W“- nesday evening at which time the grath, is away for a more im- portant event in his life. He was married Sunday in a Tacoma church to Miss Alice Cook of that city. The bride and groom plan lto be away until next Thursday. absence, Mr. Margrath‘s mother is in charge of the business. Mr.: Margrath also manages the danc-' es at the Masonic Hall every I “Drop Ins" kept them busy serv- ling dinners until,4:30 in the : morning. The fireplace was bank- ' ed with floral offerings from the several firms with whom they do business. The interior of this place is ultra modern and up to ,date in its furnishings. Mr. Rau ;has a patent on the cooker for i the chicken which handles a large number of chickens. Sun- day also kept them busy. Mrs. Fred Short left Monday for Seattle as a delegate from the Hood Canal Woman’s Club to the ,State Convention to be held in ' that city all this week. I Visiting Here Mr. and Mrs. Keith Breathour of Mt. Vernon are spending a few days with Mr. and Mrs. Dick Wat- ‘son. Mr. Watson was a former *resident of Mt. Vernon. I that have finished the sixth grade 'Miuer~ - l Visitln Here . . . State Federation of Women’s ‘ g l (t‘hescshuolgllrn‘zrntge thxeorgilteegn digit}; Gordon »Hemhys CIUb‘ Mrs‘ Hamilton is the Officmlf L M'rs.' Rmh't’Andcrtsoth 01C S]; Circl‘c Refreshments 1.0110de Entertain Relatives representative from Shelton. The! qus ‘3 V151 mg a e ' . . itchell home. Mrs. Anderson, who plans to spend about a. month here, is a cousin of Mrs. Mitchell. Returns Home at re- her aunt, Mrs. J. H. Con Kalispel, Montana. Mrs. Tat turned by train. I l Visits Cousin | Mr. and Mrs. William Booth Iof Montesano. were Sunday visit- ors at the home of their cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Booth. Ml's. Mary Trotter . Honored June 12 . Mrs. Mary Trotter was pleas- antly surprised Thursday when her friends working Cake and coffee was served and ‘ 1 I 1 Mrs. H. E. Tate, daughter ‘ofi Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Flint, re-i turned to Shelton Sunday after; spending a month visiting with at the church ' Brother Of Shelton Death of Hector George Ber- nard, 43, official of the National Bank of Commerce branch at Montesano Saturday brought sor- row to the home of a new Shel- ton resident, Mrs. Florence Etka, a sister. been with the bank there since his graduation from Montesano high school in 1918 and was the having served about ten years. When he failed to appear for work Saturday and could not be reached by phone at his home,- fellow bank associates called the sheriff’s office at Montesano and investigation found Mr. Bernardl He had been living.alonc since Mrs. Etka moved to Shelton. Drunken Driver Gets $50 Fine, Suspension costs and suspended his drivers license for a year yesterday on a drunken driving charge' filed by Prosecutor Frank Houston follow- ing Latham’s arrest by State Pa- 'barracks, commissaries, theatres, Isn’t It GRAND, 1 cost to .you.. 4. Now We CanuLRent A Gas _ Water Heater. For Only-z Under our new Rental Purchase plan, you can rent a manually operated gas water heater for $1.00 a month, and at the end, of two years It’s yours. . j HERE IS. THE PLAN' 1.——We install a‘~ new No. 25 Build Gas Water Heater, connected toyeur-pmsenttank. . ‘ 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. ‘ - 3.—If you wish to diicdntinmfiefyice .aftén' 12 ~ '1 months, we remove, heater—whip further _ ‘ At the end of- 24 months .(2years). you Journal Editors . CLEANING er; Skokomish Junior Woman’s ried a colonial bouquet of pink: . . . Harley Neldon left here early Woman Dies at Monte ‘ - C M E F . M- M L Do na ONelll, dau h- . ‘ 1“'°’ W mma Ouree' “1 rosebuds- For her daughter’s wed- ter Osfs M: and] Mrs. D. J. O’NEill M°nday mommg f” Seattle from' SESSION; HELPS PROLONG THE LIFE OF. YOUR CLOTHES G. C. Angle and J. Eb'er Angle spent Friday and Saturday in Spokane attending the mid-sum- mer sessions of the Washington Newspaper Association, and keep- eral devoted to the subject of l propaganda which is’nbw coming out of all the government dc- ions, taxes and demands, making. this class of business doubly taxed ' for war. , . ' ' I A Visit was made .to the new Wrightair field some ten miles west of'the city, ahuge project being developed on a barren plain l lte ‘, their daughter, Phyllis, to Robert : Mrs. McLennan chose a dress of Recent Bfide ‘3 gas pumps Wife in l lat , , ,_ . . i l Feted Wlth Shower h d dead in bed, apparently the Victim. but a City in itself. There are , E. Tembreull, son of Mr. G. A. delft blue crepe with a large Miss Florence Ee115_ who be-,$935.23”{figfiammefwflrfigdfifl Of a heart attack while he slept. around seventy new buildings, Yes, Sir, that’s a fact. Fre- quent cleaning makes your clothes wear longer because quality, careful cleaning gent- ly' removes oils -and grime that deteriorate fabric fibres . and dull patterns and colors. etc., all equipped with the latest in fixtures to 'care for around 12,000 men.. Every stick. of lum- ber in the whole encampment was of ‘ pine, and it must be‘admitted the buildings were fine insideand lnesda , June 18 ‘th Mrs. Hal; . ing the 7:30 dessert dinner the‘The fouon Frida he wma Modern methods and skilful 'Briggg for a 6:32))V1 dinner. All ' {Siziétlg’f lggrtlgcl‘e'tman ‘3 .3 gmd' guests sewed tea towels for Miss have a comgletc linye of vege-E Justice W. A. Magoon fined Ontand hand,“de ,fimshed' but handling insure the long life lmembers unable to attend are Wes em unwerSlty- Eells. Mrs. Merna Haskins, the tables on display. During their Bill Latham of Shelton $50 and "Gt 5° c°n5°1mg ‘0 find that 0L“ of garments cleaned by us. fir and. cedar were not in the picture. The camp will be ready for occupancy in another month. Mason County Steam Laundry & Dry Anthrax, a disease contracted , The c.s.c.s. Girls concluded ' 5:135, aggdsfi‘f (fife and Cm”- Driskel, were present for the eve-I The opening of Rau’s Chicken ‘ trolman Cliff Aden early. Sunday from animals, was responSIble for Cleaners l their year's work Friday after- i Ernes't’ Eells :1" ; Sur 3:91.15. and ning. Dinner Inn took place Saturday mormng near the cxty llmItS at “me humangdeaths 1“ the S- 1“. PHONE 88 noon at the home of Mrs. Pit- Gem. 8- Ros" u g 63 1‘? Mrs‘ evening. The reservations prac~ Mt. View. 1939, according to Census figures. 1 tenger. An Achievement Scroll g we 0 centraha' and see Rose FeSt'Val , tically filled the large place. The ~--- ’ W “"“‘~““““’4-—-*— Dear ! 7 -6.—-At any time' during the 24-month "rental ' period,,shou'ld you wish to' purchase an AutomatickGas Water Heater, we kill; low. the full amount of rcntgl’jpald‘to be, applied as _' down payment on ,tlie5A11tol- ‘mtic. ' 7.’—,—Th'is. plan is available installation cests-to all residences vehe'pé, :"a'lY. systematlzed and applied it to he diseases of man, and Dr. Herman i888. in America, organized It as a Drattical element in the control of “disease. are “Fen h “an the honored guest received many lovely gifts. The ladies present. included, Mrs. C. C. Gibbs, Mrs. J. H. Johnson, Mrs. Omar Sil- vers, Mrs. Victoria Burnett, Mrs. W. R. Collier and Mrs. Lew Wiley. House Guest Here Miss Delores Saurage of Ab- I erdeen, is a houseguest this week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dun- can Wilson. She is visiting her cousins, Richard and Mary. Visit Coulee Dam Mr. and Mrs. Donovan Palmer and sons, Dale, Phil and Dean, visited Coulee Dam over the week- “"th"ere is a‘ gas service on'the__p!§émise$.?: 'A_ small additional" charge may'flbe "made where a" new service must be run. ' And in the case of renters, consent of the own- er must be obtained. Nora. Hendry and Mr. and Mrs. Cameron Hendry, daughter Mari- lyn and son Dick, coming from Portland for the occasion. i Shelton Students Return Home Several Washington State Col- lege students who returned home this weekend were Peggy Klasell, Mary LOU Allan. Mary Lou Ham- ilton, Barbara Drake and Erline Visiting Sister Durand. . Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Hamilton | and children of Denver, Colorado, drove over to bring Mary Lou arrived here last Saturday to visit home. They were accompanied with Mr. and Mrs. Harold Noble. by Mary Lou Allan. The group Mrs. Johnson, nee Mary Lou pay sales tax‘ of‘ 72¢ the ‘He’at’er ‘is yours!_ We give you a bill of sale. 5.-~—If during the first 6 months you desire to purchase the heater for cash, we will al- low 15% discount on the unpaid,balance. After months will allow 10% on balance. American Legion Auxiliary Holds Tuesday Meeting The American Legion Auxiliary is holding their regular meeting ,tonight. This will be .the last reg— !ular meeting of this year. The Junior Auxiliary will preSent their ’Colonial Pageant. Fathers of the Juniors are the invited guests of ’the evening. l . experiment and clinical experience. “010331 has made possible definite and 5‘ many terrors of mankind. 5;: germs by means of 'water. milk and ped’acontrolled with conspicuous success. rsmarkable degree in every civilized angurffication of the water supply and use MEMM'OE of cattle and supervision of milk m: 0f many diseases has been greatly eI'L‘ulosis of the glands. joints and l RUben‘ with her, honored her birthday. . 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! ‘ 130a r ' l I I310“ sf! fever, septic sore throat and infant Spent the flight at Walla Walla. Brown, is well known here, hav- end. They reported the weather ' Nun,er food dispensaries has done much to Don Dla'ke .drove to Pullman ing graduated from the local! as very nice and that they had ter.-- . 5‘ d Oods of every kind. to Prmg hls Sister Barbara, and schools. Mrs. Noble and Mrs.‘ taken some colored slides. ‘ S "panel/e10de _ _ Erllne home. Miss Durand will Johnson are sisters. Mr. and I V . a but. a vaccme against rabies. This greet her old friends at the Fir Mrs. Johnson are planning to Ml's- 0- K- Stephens l . 0“ t0 Scxence. Feted With Shower Mrs. C. K. Stephens was shower. ed with kitchen gifts by the Moose Ladies Monday evening at the home of Mrs. Mabel Hall. The ladies present to enjoy the social Drug Store again this year. Mr, and Mrs. A. E. Klasell ac‘ companled their daughter, Peggy, home- New Buses For Here Mr. and Mrs. Ray Mitchell and make their future home here. Mrs. John King Hostess At Club Mrs. John King entertained at the Warren Abel home Thursday SHELTON Gas co.’ Er; o , . afternoon for the members of evening were, Mrs. J. Labissoniere, C. M r, 69 p" ploward fGotodwm are taking de- their club. Two tables of cards Mrs. William Anderson, Mrs. . g . ml Illll’llillfllll llvery 0 W0 new streamlined following the 12:30 luncheon. Mrs. George Andrews, Mrs. W. D. 00- 87 buses this week for the Shelton‘ Warren Abel and Mrs. W D Aus— Auto Transportation Company. ‘ tin won honors. ' They expect to arrive in Shelton The next meeting will be held at the end 0‘ the Week. June 26 with Mrs. Frank Pierce. burn, Mrs. F. G. Bedell, Mrs. James Harrison, Mrs. Lura Hurst, the honored guest, Mrs. Stephens, and Mrs. Hall. 122 South Third St. OFFICE_PH0NE ll “he Doctor" appears w kly in this paper. oil