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July wig} water Service Gas is adv. ' ay. July 18 ‘ Mt- ": MARCHfit/‘Efi v I ~45.“ Btg Thriller! .Ill ELLI'I'T HAND-5' ,. amass r/It ROCKIES . l .._s GIRL FRIDAY" " ar Demand at 0 ' pular Prices l l I l ! iics Club will meet on Wednesday l l i Visit Ocean (15y l l Picnic Party Mr. and Mrs. Clare Farrar en- :tertaincd recently at the Mohney iplace with a picnic dinner in the early afternoon and in the cvc~ ning a wiener roast and clam! Guests were Roy Mohney, James Mohney, and Mrs. Pete Brautigan, Mr. and Donald Quinn and baby, and ,James Quinn and son, Mr. and er5. Dan Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. , J. M. Kelly, and son, Phillip, Mr. and Mrs. Claflin, Rawleigh , White, R. Bridenbach, Ardin Har- ‘ris, Shirley, Lewis and Dewayne l i l bake. i i lFarrar, Mr. and Mrs. Nel-, lson and daughter, Alta and son [Bruce of Kamilche, Beau- :bran and family of Aberdeen, Mr. and Quinn of Shelton and Mrs. Claire Kelly and daughter of Eugene, Ore. : Mrs. Glen Edgley Entertains Club Glen . the members of her club, Carl Hellman, Mrs. George Cooper, Jr., E. Byrne, Mrs. Jesse Barrett, Elmer Smith, Roy Getty and a guest, Law- ; rence Munson, at her home Thurs- day evening. Bryne an d ers. Smith won honors with Smith winning the galloping goose, also. Refreshments were served by the hostess. Return From Trip Earl Fortnum and daugh— lter, Beth Fortnum, have just re~ turned from an extended trip in- to Canada. They drove up the Fraser Trail to the Caribou High- way to Revelstoke and returned through the Okanogan Valley and leastern Washington. They spent . a few days in Seattle before their {return to Shelton. They reported lbeautiful scenery and swimming every day of the trip. Skokumish Club Slates Picnic The Skokomish Home Econom- with J. Brockshink at Brockdale for an all day picnic, Mr. and A. L. Cheney Evelyn and i daughters and Lenita, iDuke Collins and Mr. and Mrs. [Arnold Cheney, Jr., spent {weekend at Ogean City. the "m tlin “he "lo" st “y. ll) the Unit is '2) T r .1 =\'gement. more prono "gears early in adult thyroid gland 'nence of the eyes the x todeal must toxic and i ‘5 dim “will: . goo. C;- ‘ Ric l l I lit alofity of goiters can be successfully cured. if steps l Hume Generally speaking. there are two kinds of toxic" (or poisonous; and the "non-toxic" From andpoint. there are three types that occur most The "colloid" typeusymmetrical enlargement of where both sides of the neck are 07m. usually found in young girls. and usually '35 aWay after adolescence is established he “adenomatous ' adbou t 25% become proghe "ex-opthalmic" type-characterized by the this its yroid may or may not Shaw enlargement. but , l :8 gymptomized at first by a faster pulse. a change } heartbeat. increased appetite. with marked . '- profuse perspiring and feeling too hot without l “30. with later symptoms of nervousness. sleep‘ ' Weariness. high blood pressure and a damaged ' U“ to diagnose and treat. and the goiter patient I 0 doctor as early as symptoms appear then give Peratton to the treatment , HARD E. GRENBEQG. Pnop. p We PliSClllPllDllS IS THE lllllSl lllIPfllllHlll Pfifll 0f [lllH BUSINESS ‘ e Public About the Doctor appears weekly in this paper \ _______ ____.___4___._____..__ type —usually an uneven en- , unced on one side and usually I life The mos: common type i. “toxic”. if nor properly , . or a "pop-eyed“ appearance 3 l ’ type and hardeSt with which It 0 Ingredient , ren' . , iowth an . m 8 g g teeth. //———\\ Ontains The Precious I Lalcmm is one of the most essential vitamins “3’ has an adequate amount each day, by milk part of every meal A as a beverage. food. Then you’ll all keep smiling -- with , GIVES you SPARKUNG l i that Builds d adult health! Be sure I l Edgley entertained l ‘ party for her daughter, Florence,g l Bradley, Mrs. Don Oborn, and the ‘ hostess. ' soon l (thle SH PHONE 100 Gracious Simplicity Marks \Vedding Oi‘ Betty Cardinal , Gracious simplicity marked the iwedding’ of Miss Betty Cardinal, Iyoungest daughter of May E. Cardinal of Shelton, to Alfred E. Hays, son of Mr. and N. A. Hays 0t Olympia. The cere- mony was read by Father O’Sulli- van, at 9 o’clock, Saturday morn- ing, July 12 at the St. Michael’s Catholic Church, Olympia. The bride, an attractive bur- .nette, was smartly dressed in a lnavy blue dress, with a flared ' skirt. Her short fitted jacket but- , toned up the front to a peter pan collar. A long spray of garden- ias formed her corsage and her accessories and picture hat Were white. Mrs. Richard Buechel, the bride’s sister, was the matron of honor. Her gown, simply cut, was of hyacinth blue eyelet silk with a navy blue jacket and matching hat. Tiny pink rose ,buds in the center of pale cream gladiolus formed her corsage. George Cardinal was best man. Ava Maria was one of the three numbers sung by John Beggs of Olympia, during the wedding, to the accompaniment of the organ. Both Hays and Car— l dinal wore gardenia cor-sages. A wedding breakfast for the immediate members of the bride and groom’s families following the wedding. Mrs. Hays, who graduated from Shelton high school with the class of 1934, has been employed in the License Department at the State Capitol, and the bridegroom is em- ployed by the Forbes Construc- tion Company. The young couple will make their home in Belling— ham upon their return from a wed- ding trip to Portland, Oregon. Out-of—town guests included Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Cardinal and children of Aberdeen, Mr. and Mrs. Gunnar Johnson of Hoquiam, Mrs. Halbert of Spencer Lake, Walter Ross of DuPont, Miss Hays of Bellingham, Miss Ann Foy of Lacey, Mrs. Greta Herr, Captain and Mrs. Neil Henly andl Rose O’Donnell, all of Steila- coom City. Mrs. Henly and Mrs. O’Donnell, the Rigney twins, are. great aunts of the bride. [ was held Florence Oborn l Honored Monday Mrs. John Oborn gave a lawn Monday in honor of her 15th birth- day. Refreshments were served during the afternoon to Frances LeDrew, Jo Ann Faubert, Jean honored guest, Florence, by the, Baby Daughter Word has been reczlved in Shel- ton of the arrival of a baby daughter for Mr. and Mrs. Wil-‘ liam Hoskins. Mrs. Hoskins, nee Marjorie Lincoln, was a former resident of Shelton and Montesa— no. The baby which was born in Aberdeen and her mother, will soon leave for Palmer, Alaska, where the Hoskins home is. Past Matrons, O.E.S. Hold Annual Picnic The Past Matrons, of the Order l of Eastern Star held their annual picnic at the home of Mrs. Carl Afdem on Bayshore with about 30 members present. A potluck luncheon was enjoyed during the afternoon. Visit Here Sunday guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Wiley were and E. O. Roberts and Mrs. Irene Henkle of Olympia. W. W. Club Meets With Soule Mrs. Sherman Soule entertained at her home last Thursday for a few members of the W. Club! Following the short business meet- ing a delicious luncheon was serv—l ed. The ladies enjoying the social afternoon which followed, were Mrs. Ellen Harrison, Mrs. Mable Hall, Mrs. Ila Chase and the hostess. Evangelist Now Revival Service At Four-Square l l REV. ROLLAND MILLER Now At 4-Square Church 3 i I l l Revival services are now in progress under the leadership of Evangelist Rolland Miller at the Four-Square Gospel church, 910 Dearborn street, on Hillcresth announce Rev. and Mrs. W. B.‘ Lambert, pastors. 1 Some of the subjects for the Ruth' -lie Myhre and Esther Peterson. ‘week include “The Economic VWorld Ruler,” “Things That Ac-j company Salvation,” “The Bap- Vtism of the Father,” “The Gifts Vof the Spirit,” “What is the Dif- ference Between Apostates and Backsliders?” “Faith: Unlimited Resource," “Vows: Better That Thou Should Not Vow than Vow and Not Pay." Grand Assembly Started In Olympia On Monday The Grand Assembly of the Dr- l der of the Rainbow for Girls of the iState of Washington and Terri- ‘ tory of Alaska, got under way in Olympia on Monday morning at ,the Armory. The assembly will last for three days and the sessions will close with a Grand Ball on ‘ Wednesday evening and the.young | women will return Thursday to ]their homes. It is expected that 1 between 1,300 and 1,500 girls from all over the state and Alaska will lbe in attendance. Shelton will be fone of the six hostess assemblies. iThis is the first time they have i been slated in this role, it is also Ithc first time the Assembly has [been held in Olympia. Shelton is ~'n charge of registration with .Jean Elliott, Mrs. Herbert Miller and Mrs. Frank Willard the com- a mittee in charge. Juanita Miller, Grand Orator, will address the group at the‘ lGi'and Banquet on Tuesday, and “Bonnie Decgan, Worthy Advisor of the Shelton chapter, will give l the welcome address to the Rain- ‘ bow Girls on Tuesday morning at lthe formal opening. V.F.W. Auxiliary Will Meet Friday The V.F.W. Auxiliary .will hold a regular business meeting Fri-l day evening, July 18. V The Sewing club held theiri meeting last Friday, July 11 in, Walker Park. A large attendance 02' members and their family were present to enjoy the [)iuliit'. I l 'l‘ed Daniels Applies For Marriage License I A marriage license was issuedi in late June at the Ancon Dis- trict Court in Panama Canal Zone to Ted Daniels of Balboa and l Hermelina Beatriz Parmezano of Santa Marta, Columbia. Ted Dan. ' iels is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. E. Daniels of Shelton and the brother of Mrs. E. F. Martin. He is a B.P.R. employee at the? Panama Canal Zone. Attend Wedding Mrs. Andrew Carlson, Babe and Pete Carlson, Mrs. Esther Roles and and Mrs. Lawrence Carl- son attended the wedding in Enumclaw Saturday night of Les- l early many The Myhre family were residents of Shelton for years. i l Announces Engagement Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Howell Ofl Shelton announce the engagement of their daughter, Miss Marjorie Howell, to Amos Martin, son of Edna Martin Randal of Olympia. The wedding date hasl been set for August 9. Miss How- I ell, a graduate of the Irene S. | Reed high school in 1936, attend- ed business college and is em- ployed in Olympia. Her fiance| attended Olympia high school and .3 is employed in Olympia. l I . Marie Jacoby Announces I l Fall Wedding Plans Fourth ‘of July sparklers and firecrackers booming out the announcement of a “declaration of dependence” was the clever method used by Miss Marie Jacoby of Olympia, daughteri of Mr. J. F. Jacoby of Sheltonr to announce her engagement to Mr. W. Bloom. The picnic was held at Athens Beach. No date' has been set for the wedding, a1- tltough it will be sometime in the fall. The bride-elect has been: employed at the Washington State Tax Commission for some time and Bloom, who attended Washington State College, is with the State Highway Department. A buffet supper with red, white and blue decorations, was served. Agnes Ronquist Honored At Dinner Party July 8 Miss Agnes Ronquist, bride elect of Babe Carlson, was the honored guest at a no-host chick- en dinner party at Rau’s on July 5 8. The gifts were hidden underl the table and presented to the honored guest in football fashion, which caused much amusement.| Those attending the gala affair were Georgia Valentine, Harriet Hopkins, Phyllis Kremmel, Mil- dred Rupert, Verna Bond and Beatrice Miller. Tindall-Johnston Wedding Held At Foursquare Church Miss Wanida Johnston chose the Foursquare parsonage for her marriage to Merle Tindall on Fri- day, July 11. The evening service was performed by Reverend W. B. Lambert at o’clock. Sweet peas were used to decorate the parsonage for the event. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Johnston and the bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Joe Tindall. ' The bride was gowned in a light blue- dress with a corsage of red rose buds, baby’s breath and swainsona. Alois Tindall, the bride’s only attendant, chose a dusty rose frock. Oscar John- ston was best man. A reception was held at the' Joe Tindall residence. Tin-l dall and her daughter, Miss Aloise, ' and Mrs. George Johnston, servedl at the reception table which wasI decorated with red roses. The couple will make their home in Shelton, where Mr. Tindall is em- ployed at the Texaco Service. At Hood Canal Lieutenant Commander J a m e s 1 Russell, U.S.N., and Mrs. Russell (Dorothy Johnson) and two sons from California, are visiting on the canal with Mrs. Russell’s par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert John-l SOl'l. Visiting Daughter Dr. and Mrs. T. J. Seiler and son Robert of Neenah, Wisconsin, arrived Friday to visit the rest of the month with and Mrs. Lobert Bell. Bell is their daughter. They reported a mostl enjoyable trip out to the coast,’ stopping at Coulee Dam on the way. ELTON’MASN UNY JOURNAL Lake Isabella Club Meets At Maple Beach The Lake Isabella Club met at‘ Maple Beach on Wednesday, July 9 for a regular meeting. A re- port was given by Mrs. Cora Drake in regard to the County Fair. She will be the chairman of the booth committee with the fair being held during the t h i rd week of August. Mrs. Hunting- ton won the penny prize. Esther Boice read a very inter- esting story of the life of Betsy Ross (Mother of our Flag), and the first flag ordered by General Washington which had thirteen stars and stripes. Cora Drake demonstrated how to make corsages the modern way she learned from a recent visit to the Tacoma Garden Club. Dovm- ie was welcomed into the club as a new member. Some time was spent working on bandages for the I White Cross. Request Sent To Woman’s Club Mrs. Homer Taylor requests that all members of the Shelton Woman‘s Club who have benefit show tickets to return them and the money for the tickets sold to her as soon as possible. lnjoy Picnic The Intercity Club enjoyed an all-day picnic at ’l‘wanoh State Park on Thursday. Attending from Shelton were Mrs. Bill Dickie and E. B. Sutton. Picnic At Twanoh The Rainbow Girls enjoyed a picnic at Twanoh State Park on Tuesday, July 8. It was the most successful picnic given by the ,Wayne Stuck, Loren Stuck andi valyweds Honored l At Recent Dinner A dinner in honor of Mr. and Myron Anderson, recently married in Olympia, was given at the home of the bride’s par- ents, Mr. and Fred Stuck, Thursday evening at seven o’clock. Attending the dinner were Mrs. Laura Stuck, the bride’s grand- mother and sons, Clarence and Kenneth of McCleary, and Mrs. Clarence Hubbard and son of Bremerton, Mr. and Mrs. Sears Silva and sons, and Mrs. l l i l son, the Misses Dorothy, Laura and Nina Stuck, the hosts, Mr. l and Mrs. Fred Stuck and the hon- ored guests, Mr. and Myron Anderson. A beautiful lace table cloth was1 presented the couple by Mrs. Lau- Stuck. and Anderson left by car Saturday morning for San Diego, California, where they plan to make their first home. Mr. Anderson is a pilot in the U. S. Navy. ’ i Homebuilders Will Meet Tonight, Tuesday . The Homebuilders Club of the Baptist Church will meet tonight, Tuesday, for a picnic at the A. Y. Bennett home on Arcadia. Sup- per will be served at 6:30 with the study period following. ‘ l Mrs. Glen Story jntertains Club Mrs. Glen Story entertained at; her home on Thursday with twof tables of cards following a 12:30' luncheon. 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