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Shelton Mason County Journal
Shelton, Washington
June 26, 1941     Shelton Mason County Journal
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Page Six Visit Parents Dr. and Mrs. Emery Burley returned Tuesday evening from. a week's trip to Eureka, Califor— nia, where they visited with Dr. Burley’s parents. . . . and then it’s be)! be)! for a 54PM Honeymoam NOT a thing overlooked... nothing forgotten. . . not a single friend slighted! That's a grand and glor- ious feeling with which to start your Honeymoon. And you can do just this, dear Bride-to-Be, if you drop in for your Bride’s Book and do some browsing in its fascinating pages. Virginia Courteney has answered in advance every question you’ve been asking yourself. . ."How does a Girl Announce her Wedding to Friends and Relatives?" . ."How does the Smart Bride . . 1941 Model, Acknowledge Wedding Presents,Congrat- ulations and Such?". ."When the Honeymoon is Over, how does the Modern Bride say,'I'm Home, and Longing to See you'?" Virginia has all the an- swers, so call-soon for your Bride's Book,and at the same time see all the new styles in Wedding Forms. The Journal l l I l { t“__ WI”.— —.——- SEND YOUR NEWS TO JOURNAL EARLY V The Journal would appr< cintc having all organizatio and clubs appoint a meml ' to send in their summer news. Ac- counts of parties, dll‘.l1t)I'S, wed- dings and '..»ut—cf—t0wn guests should be phoned or turned in for publication. All news should be recc .- as early :is possible, prele iblo before- Tucsday or ‘i‘hi ' lay, to ins re the article get in the first issue following the event. All bride—elects are urde to call for a wedding question-airs to fill out. Boss “Sets ’Em Up” For Mn. Butcher’s Birthday Mrs. Pearl Dutcher, clerk in the county assessor’s office, was surprised yesterday on her birth- . day when her boss, Assessor VVar- ren Lincoln, “set up” the ice cream and cake and summoned the rest of the courthouse “gang” to the assessor’s office to enjoy the treat. The guests included Nolan Ma- son, Mary' Dillon'and Lydia Tow- ers of the treasurer’s staff (Treas- ,urer Omer Dion being absent at the moment); Auditor Harry Dey- ett and Susie Pauley, Donny O'- Neil, Betty McKiel, Betty Vail and.Elsie Smith of his staff; County Clerk Clare Engelsen; Velma Baldwin from the school superintendent’s office; County Taurse Florence Smith; Dorothy Cardinal, secretary for the pros- ecutor’s and sheriff‘s office; Roy =Daniels, day jailer in the sher- iff’s office; Janitor A. M. Hul- bert, and three courthouse visit- ‘ors at that particular moment. Other regular members of the courthouse crew were out at the time and so missed the party. Holman-Harrison Wedding field In Olympia June 14 A wedding of interest to their many friends here was held in the Baptist parsonage in Olympia, June 14, when Miss Margery Har- rison became the bride of Frank Holman. The 8 o’clock evening service was solemnized by the Reverend 2 Samuel Everton. For the ceremony the bride, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Harrison, chose a light oatmeal tweed suit with matching acces- sories. Her hat was of white straw with a rolled halo brim and her corsage of gardenias. The Couple were attended by the bride’s . sister, Miss Evelyn Harrison and' Mrs. John Mallory. On their return from a wedding ' trip they will make their home in Shelton where they are em- ployed by the Mason County Creamery. C-o-o-l That’s all you have to pay for these sheer fa- bric, cool shirts. Well tailored, they have all the details you look for in shirts. I l Collar Styles All Models Have Pockets Complete Size, Sleevelength Range Plains, Fancies White, Colors Sportswear ismw’stgram ‘. l iding were Mr. 'Trim, Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Trim" SHELTON- PHONE 100 Kathryn Trim Weds l Harold Sutherland The Centralia country home of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Sutherland. was the setting of a pretty wedn ding Sunday, June 22, when Miss Kathryn Trim of Olympia became the bride of Harold Sutherland of Shelton, oldest son of the Suth— erlands.’ Miss Trim is th e daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. H., Trim of Tacoma. The double ring service was read by the ,Rev. Carl James in the presence of 40 rel- atives and close friends. The couple stood before a greenery- banked fireplace with large bas- kets of stately calla lilies, roses and delphinium on either side and a crystal bowl of rosebuds flank- ed with tall tapers on the man- tle. The bride wore a beige reclin- ote with a picture hat and rust accessories. Her corsage was of orchids. Mrs. Gordon Ervine of Everett, matron of honor for her sister, was in a dusty rose en- semble with Allen blue trim andl white accessories. On her head was a white turban and her cor- sage was of gardenias. P. E. McCollum of Shelton act- ed as best man. For the wedding music, Miss Carmon Dee Penner of Chehalis, sang “I Love You Truly" and “Be- cause,” accompanied by Julian Middleton of Chehalis, who als0v played the wedding marches. Mrs. Trim, mother of the bride, was dressed in black crepe with al corsage of gardenias and white sweetpeas, while Mrs. Sutherland wore navy lace with gardenias and pink sweetpeas. A beautiful hand-made lace cloth l covered the collation table for thei reception following. Mrs. P. E.. McCollum cut the three-tiered cake, and Mrs. LeRoy Trim, thel bride‘s sister-in—law, poured. Mrs. Russell Sutherland served the? ices, and Miss Joanne Sutherland? a cousin of the groom, the punch. The guest book was in charge of: Miss Mary Jane Sutherland, an-i other cousin of the groom. Miss Fern Spiers of Chehalis and Mrs. Taylor assisted about the rooms. For going away the new Mrs. Sutherland added a light topeoat, with fur trim to her wedding en- semble. The young couple left by train for the East, where they will take delivery on a new car, returning August 1 to make their home in Shelton, where Mr. Suth- erland is in business. Mr. Sutherland, who made his home in Centralia for about six years, was graduated from high school in PeEll and the Centralia business college. His bride grad-, uated from high school in Taco-l ma. Out-of—town guests at the VVCd-i and Mrs. E. ILl and son, Ricky, of Tacoma; NIL; and Mrs. Gordon Ervine and sons, l Richard and Gordon, Jr.; 'Miss} Mary Anderson and Robert Stei-l wreck, of Everett; Edwin Bjock, of Olympia; Mr. and Mrs. Guy: Sutherland and daughters, Maryi Jane and Joanne, of Mineral; Mr , and Mrs. P.. E. McCollum, Jack‘ Sutherland and Bill Jackson, of. Shelton; Mr. and Mrs. Penner,, Miss Carmen Dee Penner, Mr.‘ Middleton and Miss Spiers, of Che—l halls. Bobbette Gilmore Honored On Her Eighth Birthday ‘ Mrs. George Gilmore entertain- ed at her home on Monday, June 23, in honor of her daughter Bob- bette’s 8th birthday. The party iwas held on the lawn. A novel‘ conterpiece was arranged of gift wrapped favors for each guest. The guests included the Missos Gale Alskog, Geraldine Carlson, Mary Ann Latham, Jane Clothier, Barbara Munson, Artalie Bennett, Donna Bryne and the honoredJ Rev. and Mrs. Maulden l To Be Honored Friday A reception will be held at the, Methodist Church Friday night at‘ [church and the Womens Society i l i l l I 8 p. m. in honor of Rev. and Mrs. Robert W. Maulden and family who recently came from Spokane. All members and friends of the for Christian Service, as well as parents of 'Sunday School pupilsl are urged to attend. . nesday. Sisters at Play Mr. Ant—l Mrs. Skelsey Return To California Mr. and Mrs. ’l‘ed Skelscy re- turned to Long Beach, Caliioruial on Saturday after spending two. and 1 weeks with his parents, Mr. Mrs. H. W. Skelsey. Some of the many social. affairs given in their: honor included a dinner and card party given by Mrs. V. T. Con- nolly and Mrs. Robert Allan; Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Lewis, as- sisted by Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Mur— phy entertained with a (ll‘l or a card party; Mr. and Mrs. Alden C. Bayley entertained them over night at their Canal home; Mrs. Herbert Angle and Mrs. Bayley entertained at the Bayley home with a bridge luncheon and cards; Mr. and Mrs. A. Hatch- er gave a dinner in their honor and V. T. Connolly entertained the “an n former men’s card club of which: Mr. Skelsey was a member; Mrs. Frank Swanson entertained the Teachers Club at which Mrs. Skel- sey was honored guest, and they enjoyed a trip to Mount Rainier. The Skelsey’s reported that they felt our warm weather more than they did California's and that they enjoyed the rains and green trees. The Skelsey’s have been living in California the past three years. Mrs. Martin Elected At 8 et 40 Meeting At the et 40 meeting in Puy— allup Wednesday evening, Mrs. E. F. Martin was elected to petitej chapeau premiere and also as a delegate to the 8 et 40 convention of poprvoir at Yakima. Mrs. W. A. Witsiers was elected as alter— hate. guest, Miss Gilmore. Drive To Centralia. Mrs. C. D. VVyckoff drove Centralia Wednesday Where assisted with a party which an- nounced the engagement oi llcl' brother, Elroy McCaw to Miss Marian Oliver, also of Centralia.. She was accompanied to Centralia i by Mrs. Hal Briggs, who viSited. friends and relatives there. Mill Creek Club Enjoys Silver Tea The Mill Creek Economics Club of Mrs. Inga Kneeland on Wed~ Eleven members and seven viSitors were presmt. afternoon was spent painting pic- tures and visiting. Mrs. Bernice Jansson won the prize. Who’s Thirsty? 4s To keep 75,000 guests at Orl- tario, Calif., All States Picnic from getting thirsty, Margaret French, hostess, had to dig. T0 furnish 3000 gallons of orange juice, 35 tons of oranges were provided. Sister ploysuits of red and white striped cotton are charming for beach wear. Lastex shirring through the midriff and buttons ilmvn the from dildklhell‘ helium .lCl ' to . she ; The " ASON COUNTY JOURNAL \C‘ i.) l A St l g l l l l 3 Smart ensembles for vacation tra Lane’s shirtwaist dress is in aq neckline and knife-pleated shirt. for Su in or L-”\,r velers are styled by Mona Maris, left, and Priscilla Lane. Miss Maris wears a lime yellow crepe dress topped off with a hip-length jacket of yellow and brown plaid. Miss ua marine crepe, with collarless The basket weave Jacket is in the same (‘olnr Carlsons Are Feted I On 25th Anniversary l On the occasion of their Silver lWedding anniversary, nearly 200 lrelatives and friends gathered at lHarstine hall recently to honor IMr. and Mrs. Emil Carlson. The hall was decorated with spring flowers and silver bells. As the thonored couple was ushered into ithe hall and seated, Mrs. Brown iplayed the wedding march. Ed Westberg of Grape- iview, presided at the bride’s ta-l ble, which was lighted with sil- l Mrs. huge wedding cake. Seated here Mr. and Mrs. Back- Mr. Jacobson iof Tacoma, ‘holm of Hoquiam. the evening, and presented Mr. and Mrs. Carlson with a beautiful set lof silver. i l The rest of the evening was fol-‘5 l lowed by a program and a danch genjoyed by all until the wee, l hours. , 3 Those attending were: Mr. 1 ‘ Chas. Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. El-. jmer VVcsserling, Mr. and Mrsl lAl Okonek, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar. Sund, Mr. John Sund, Mr. Louis? ‘Eaton, Mr. and Mrs. Swan Maki, er. and Mrs. Ed Westberg, Mrp l and Mrs. Ed Cronquist, Mrs. Far- “3 ah Hansen, Mr. Joe Tschida, Mr. sand Mrs. Wm. Sund, Mr. Vernon iPudas, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard lHousen 0f Grapeview; Mr. (Mrs. Wm. Bloomquist, Mrs. Kat- irina Carlson of Olalla; Mr. and , Mrs. Ed Wilson. j Mr. John Simons, Mr. Jack J. 1 j, Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Ja.c-. r. r obson, Mr. and Mrs. Gunnar John- ;son, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Carlson, ,Mr. William Yeck, Mr. Carl Mat— tus, Mr. and Mrs. Emil Ander- son, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Si— imons, Mrs. Anna Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Anderson. Mr. and Mrs. Irvie Wingert, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Need‘nam, Mr. and Mrs. J. Smith, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Harriman, Mr. and Mrs. Glaser, Mr. and Mrs. John Hitchcock, Mr. and Mrs. Gust Carlson of Harstine Island; Mr. and Mrs. Horace H. Crary, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Clark, Mr. Wm. Backlund, ‘ Mr. Fred Martinson, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Kronquist. Mr. John Carlson, Ivan Neuen- schwander of Shelton; Mr. and I Mrs. Eric Backholm, Mr. and Mrs. iGust Fogde, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mattlar, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Wias, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wickman, Mr. .and Mrs. Arvid Fogde, Mr. and ers. Matt Matson, Mrs. Aina Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Herb Lynch, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Johnson, Mr. E. Johnson, Mr. W. Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Jacobson, lViolet Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Erik Lund. Mrs. Julia Johnson, Mr. i Mrs. John E. Anderson, Mrs. John l Hoglund, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Holm- lund, Mrs. Marie Siggstedt, Mr. and Mrs. John F. Anderson, Mr. 1 and Mrs. John Peterson, Mr. and . Mrs. Herman Jacobson of Grays Harbor; Mr. and Mrs. Otto Carl- son, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Nyman, Mr. and Mrs. Erik Carlson, Mr. and Mrs. Len Olson, Mr. and Mrs. Helmer Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Sundstin, Mr. and Mrs. Carl J. Johnson, Mrs. Louise Gutafson, Mrs. Char- les Gord, Mr. and Mrs. John Asp- lund, Mr. Wm. Hoglund, Mr. and Mrs. John Carlson, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hogland,- Mr. and Mrs. Victor Kulla, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Sund, Mr. and Mrs. A. Forsman, Mr. and Mrs. V. Soder, Mr. and Mrs. Vic Peterson of Tacoma; Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Jacobson, Mr. and Mrs. C. Sandell, Mr. and Mrs. Orville Kinion of Seattle. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Carlson, ‘Mr. and Mrs. Emil Hendrikson, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Johnson of Mt. Vernon; Mr. and Mrs. John Carlson, Mr. Erik Wagar, Mr. and Mrs. Charley Lind, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Best, Mr. and Mrs. Charley Norgard of Anacortes. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Nelson of l ’ Wilaminer; Mr. and Mrs. Chas. i Peterson, Mr. and Mrs. Frank 'Backlund, Mr. and Mrs. Axel Wakkure, Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Michalsen, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Snick- ers, Mr. and Mrs. Emil Sundman, Mr. and Mrs. Gust Gustavson, Mr. and Mrs. John Mattson, Mr. and Mrs. William Mattson and Mr. and Mrs. Gust Anderson. YOU ARE COVERED for any ac- cident for $.25 per day. Longer time the rate is cheaper. Herb ets vhen you travel, See l'lrrli Angle, Agent. .-ver candles and centered with a M113" with Mr. and Mrs. Carlson were tim0~ _ their son and daughter, Glen and Clara Gunter, gave an interesting enjoyed a Silver Tea at the home i Alice, and Mr. and Mrs. Johnson display 0f fE’JlCY work and read andiv- Mrs. and, Lake lsahella Club Holds; Regular Meet The Lake lsabclla Club held a regular meeting on Wednesday at Maple B h with a, good at— tendance of members. After the meeting was called to order the group pledged their allegiance to the Flag. " n n Chow rickets for the benefit show sponsored by the Federation of ‘Nomen’s Clubs, to be held on July 13, 14, 15, were distributed. B. C. Combs won the pen- ny drill for the second consecutive The fine arts chairman, an article on home decoration. Mrs. Mildred Scott was the host- of Hoquiam was toastmaster for, 655- Degrce of Honor Holds Birthday Party Tuesday The Degree of Honor held their birthday party in the Odd Fel- lows Hall on Tuesday with about 30 people gathering for the oc- casion. Mrs. King won at pinochle anal the door prize also, Loui Lar- .son won the contract prize and Mrs. alter Allen received hon— ors at Chinese checkers. Summer V flowers were used about the rooms ,and on the dinning table which :was centered with a large birth- iday cake decorated with twelve 1 candles. Sport Shi Irridescent summer col— ' shirts. OTHERS SPORT Shirts i SW'I M Straw Hats Toyos. Hopokas fo'rized spun rayon! 4-10. Boys’ “Lastex” Swirg Trunks Boys’ Free-Action Sport Shirts Boys’ Gabardine Slacks ...... .. m I‘prcnsivc— Looking Style! :31" lWeekend Cases Handsoin woven stripe covering: Gilt locks and leEll‘lypi“ len'her handle! ' Slillll'll}.' lined, roomylid ' gun-Li ml bod.) porkcl. in '.S. l’:il. Ul‘l'. Cool std: 'Rayon rts 1 .98 ms! Long or short sleeve, full cut . 2.98 Men‘s Summertime Styled for dress! 1.49 Cool spun rayon! Trunks 1. With “Lastex” fit! Boys’ Sport Sets 1.98 Tailored of cool rayon and San- - Federation Of \Vomen’s Clubs Holds Convention i Mrs. B. C. Coni‘ llld E. Peterson, off i Mrs. i l. ] (lnlcgatavn l l tended the \r‘v'ashington State Fed— joration of l 'omtii's Clubs in Se-i attle on June 16 and June 19. Mason County won the silver trophy cup for the third consec- utive year for gaining the most new clubs for their district dur- ing the past year. It was nounccd at the meeting l.ll§lt".WTl'S. E. C. Ricbow, junior past presi- dent of the district, was awarded first prize of a gold medal at the General Federation of VVomen’s Clubs held recently at Atlantic City, for her outstanding work in Home Safety. It is reported that the gold medal is recognized as a very high honor. Miss Louise Mitchell of Allyn, ‘won first and third places in the short story contest and first place lin the essay division, which was l a state-wide contest sponsored by the Fine Arts Department. ELVI- ‘- 4,..-“ . no 411_. ,. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Layne and son Forrest, were weekend guests at the Ralph Haskell home on lHarstine Island. This is their Efirst visit back to the island, where they formerly lived, in 33 (years. They visited their friends and former neighbors while here. Returns Home Miss Virginia Glenn arrived home Tuesday evening from San 'Francisco., Calif., where ,she been Avisiting for the past two weeks .with Lt. and Mrs. formerly of Olympia. Visiting Daughter Mrs. E. G. Jellum of Seattle is spending this week at the Frank Swanson home. Mrs. Swanson is Mrs. Jellum’s daughter. i l lVisit Friends (in Island ; l Methodist Circle N0. 1 Meets With Mrs. Sutton Circle No. 1 of the Methodist Church, met with Mrs. E. B. Sut- ton at her Hillerest home on Wednesday afternoon. After the business meeting, topics on fa— mous women of the United States was given. Mrs. Joe Graham re- ported on Mrs. man, Mrs. Clare Hammond spoke on Mary Lyons and Mrs. Martin gave a review of Adams. 1 Jane .from Mason County district, at-. W other Albert Egan, , Marcus Whitt- i Leo ‘ Thurs day, ; Honored at B l Honoring thCl ter-iii~luv.', M15. ‘ at their home in . jet .' ‘ f-in‘iner 1City. ‘ l A beautiful I l jding cake, i’l l1. centered the topped by a .groom, was rt", ion by t“ 1‘. Stanley The honor ., cipients of hum ‘ pres ,sen, LeRoy Blarney, Mrs. ‘. Mrs. Vera And , WITH They 3" and . : FUNERAL " l HOSPITA Delivered 3" Tram Shelton Phone 232 ll‘ is a natural Way malt nourishes yo“ . can? as yam hurtling, mi“ c the a e2. ’0‘ ' It is not a mid nor any harmful. Talk which you hav Compound an malt every Many tell us I much as 10 “’5'”; ,. they feel better ears. “A ‘hey have to} e ‘ habit of eating “1 . A. eat a féw stalki hen“ head of lettuce. thr from beef cubes ,_ ~ Se-i . “A, halt f1 “’ell Tailored Spun Rayon SLACK SUITS Belted jackets, or iii—and-outer shirts. Z i p p er closed slacks, permanent— ' ly creasedl Sizes 1220. W’ashfasi. Cotton l’rinls! BADMINTON SUITS Shortie suits with but Slacks 2.98 ten~on skirts. 12-20. Spun rayon and cot— . ton! Worsicds. flattery for gunners! WHITE TRIM SMARTALLS‘“ 9 ¢ Shirts 1.49 Crisp braid trimming 8 on sturdy denim or twill. Women’s Sport Shoes All the smartest styles! 49 Women’s ANKLETS Snug—fit! Stripes, col- cm! 98 l Rayons with “Lastex!” Terry Bath TOWELS 93¢ Absorbent! Big 22‘): 44”! 79¢ ' Seersucker Housecoats 1.98 , Zipper or wrap-around! COATS REDUCED! $6.00 $8.00 $12.00 Steel SUITCASES . 1.98 Sturdy w o o d frame! L o c k 3le draw bolts! Two Smart Matchmatesl 21” Weekend Case Double striped wov— . en covering. Bright set-in locks! Sporty fabric lining. roomy pocki‘tl 1.98 1. 15¢ 25¢ 1. go. new]: a"; o. .n‘ 98 98 98 N...