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Page Si); {Miss Agnes Ronquist Rebekahs Stage ‘ ‘ Honored At Parties Steak Dinner The plans made at their meet-1 Mrs. Lawrence Carlson, Mrs; ing of Friday, July 11, were fill- Irving Angove and Mrs. Esther; ed Monday night when the Re- toles were joint hostesses on bekahs held a steak dinner and Wiener roast party at the Guy Call summer home on Island Lake. Swimming, cards and checkers were enjoyed during the evening. In charge of the affair were Mrs. Warren Earl and Walt Shumaker. Harry Carlon furnish— 3 ed‘ watermelon at the close of the evening. Those present for the‘ evening were Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Martin, Mr. and Mrs. A. Ander- son and daughter Frances, Robert Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Jordan Clapper, Mr. and Mrs. Warren Earl and son Warren, Mr. and Mrs. C. Latham, Mary Latham, Mr. and Mrs. Dave Ellison, Mr. and Mrs. Percy Latham, Newell Ellison, Joe Penovich, Harry Car- lon, Guy Call, Mrs. Mel Dobson, Mary Dobson, Mrs. Charles Dahl- man, Mrs. Joe Anderson, Inez Shorter, Nellie Nelson, Elizabeth Butler and Mrs. Amos Fordyce. ‘ Tuesday at a 7 o'clock dinner and shower at the Carlson home bride-elect. The evening was spent playing cards with Mrs. tract and Mrs. Ole Olsen winning cut prize. The honored guest re- ceived many lovely gifts. Mrs. Fred Short entertained at her Union home with a 1 o‘clock luncheon and canned food shovver W’ednesday with Miss Agnes Ron- quist the honored guest. The afternoon was spent visiting and swimming. Mrs. Harold Meade Honored At Party Mrs. Lawrence Burrell, Mrs. Francis Eacrett, and Mrs. C. H. Grunert entertained at the Eac- rett home on Tuesday afternoon in honor of Mrs. Harold Meade's birthday. noon pastime following the lunch— eon. Meade, Mrs. Frank Fentiman, and Mrs. Leo Martin. The guests in- cluded, Mrs. Fentiman, Mrs. Mar- tin, Mrs. E. B. Sutton, Mrs. Char- les Walton, Mrs. F. O. Ander- son of Olympia, Mrs. \V. Christ- Cook with Gas. adv. man, the honored guest, Mrs. Mar- tin and the hostesses, Mrs. nert, Mrs. Eacrett and Mrs. Bur- rell. Carnation Club Honors Mrs. O. K. Stephens The Carnation Club of the De- gree of Honor held a surprise General Electric Ranges have a sensational new oven that seals in delicious nat- ural food fla- vors. See the new G-E Ranges - "The Leadership or of Mrs. O. K. Stephens recent- . 1y. The ladies enjoying the 1 Mrs. Larson, Mrs. Loui i J. J. LaBissoniere, Mrs. J o hn l l . .. EASY ‘Cormier, Mrs. Mac Corteau, Mrs. 23:“! 1941 ‘- TERMS }Oscar Mell, Mrs. Charles Hurst, y' Mrs. W. F. McCann, Mrs. Jesse GENERAL®ELECTRIC 1Barrctt and Mrs. Esther Morgan. The afternoon was spent sewing and the honored guest received “many useful gifts. ROBBINS ELECTRIC . 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Mrs. ‘ ini honor of Miss Agnes Ronquistw Fred, Snelgrove winning high at con—‘ SHELTQNMASPN, COUNTY JOURNAL Shelton Girls Have Active Paris In Rainbow Assembly . For the first time since the} ‘Shelton Chapter of the Order of‘ i H. Miller iTaylor, Mrs. S. A. Hatcher, Miss Gru— ‘ Bridge was the after- 1 Star ladies Rainbow for Girls was formed, ‘ they were co-hostesscs with the. lympia Chapter, where for the-l first time also, the Grand Assem- l ‘oly of the State of Washingtonl and Territory of Alaska, was held. other hostess chapters were Mon— l tesano, Yelm, Centralia and Che- balls. The registration in the: Hotel Olympian beginning on Mon- , day was in charge of Jean Elliott, 1 iunior past worthy advisor, Mrs. and Mrs. Frank Wil-‘ lard, with the following Easternl assisting: Mrs. Min- nie Wivell, Mrs. John Eliason,l Honors were won bv Mrs. 3 Mrs- D0" MCKEIY. Mrs. Purl Jem- . ison. Mrs. Florence Weeks, Mrs; Bertha Waldrip, Mrs. Florence Jessie Knight, mother advisor tol the Shelton Assembly, and Mrfl and Mrs. L. D. Hack. Mr. andl ianson of Tacoma, Mrs. VJ. Heck- 3 Mrs' HaCk and MFS- Miller were? lat the registration and informa- tion desk each day. l The three day program did not ,officially start until Tuesday, al—l shower and house warming in hon- ; ‘bow across the top of the truck, , ‘ Eastern Star ladies donated the :gladiolus and the many ‘ flowers and worked out the flower I v the word Shelton i1. daisies on the i ‘the hostess assemblies giving the ' I poured. ,Margaret Shumway a piano sel~. though Monday meetings were‘ held for grand rcpresentatives,i grand officers along with the1 grand mother advisors meeting, choir members and a public ex- hibition of competitive drill ex- ercises in the Armory in the, evening. Mrs. Frank Willard was E a drill team judge. i At the formal opening of Tues- l day morning’s program, Mavorl Truman Trullinger greeted the:I v1sitors, Reverend C. Lorimer gave i the invocation and Bonnie Jeanl Deegan gave the address of wel-l come. Other events of the day included a parade with the Shel- ton girls entering a float which won second place. Riding on the float were Jean Elliott and Do-‘ rothca Rucker, dressed in sheer white formals, representing pur—l ity, with June Jordan, Jane Mc-i Kay, Frances LeDrew, Shirleyj Gerhardt, Carol Jean Hatcher, Er- l ma Fisk, Velma HolthuSen, Irisl Wells, Helen Mae Hatcher. Carol‘ Kneeland. Virginia Look, Virginial Nelson. Barbara Krcic-nbaum and‘ Marjeau Berets dressed in strap-‘ less net pastel formals and each girl held an armful of gladiolus. Colored streamers formed a rain-1 which was donated by the Mell Chevrolet Company. The frame- work on the truck was made by William (Daddy) Anderson. The other design in the greenery, spellingi sides. At 6 o’clock Tuesday cvening,l a grand banquet was held with program and the grand choir ap— Betty Lee Jemison, Janet McKay and Rosemary Kidwell; were three of the 75 girls who: made up the grand choir. Carol Wilkie gave a flute number and l cction on the banquet program.l Juanita Miller, grand orator, gave: an address, “Challenge to Youth,” l at the evening session. Shirley‘ Gerhardt was a page at the as- sembly. Wednesday, a musical “The Sheltonettes,” written Helen Mae Hatcher, was by Bonnie Jean Deegan, Margaret , Mallows, Shirley Gerhardt. Carol; Hatcher, and Helen Mae Hatcher. The skit was dedicated to Dorothy Hill: Margaret Kenrick and Daddy , Swindle. 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Come in! Ask us to prove its extra vaIue! Epworth League Members Attending Institute The Epworth League of annual Institute at Epworth Heights at Redondo Beach this week. Gathering ‘are members from the Tacoma and Seattle dis— trict. Saturday, a group includ- ing Jo Needham, Helen Troy, Margaret Mallows, Alta Mae Reitdorf, Marvis Ross, Patricia Weeks, Ruth Rowe, Anna Lou Elliott, Glenn and Westly Maul- ‘den, Jack Bcckwith, Mrs. W. M. Elliott, and Rev. and Mrs. Maul- den attended the gathering. Sev- eral girls plan to attend after the Rainbow Assembly is adjourn— ed. The day’s program consists of classes in the morning, recrea- tion in the afternoon, evening ser- vices followed by campfires. ‘Mrs. Minnie Myers Honored 0n Birthday A picnic with her relatives was enjoyed by Mrs. Minnie B. My-. crs on ier 77th birthday, July‘ 15, at the Arcadia family sum- mer home. tendance were Mrs. Among those in at- Ada Han- scom, visiting from Tacoma, Mn; and Mrs. J. Lee Pauley and fam- i ily, Mr. and Mrs. Burley Dunlap, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Pauley and family, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Pauley and family, John Smith, Miss Dorcas Myers, Mrs. Richard East— er from Porter, Mrs. Crosby Val— entine and two sons of \Vynooche. The honored guest was surprised during the afternoon with many lovely gifts. Enjoy Skagit Tour Mr. and Mrs. V. T. Connolly children Tom and Virginia, and Mrs. A. E. Hillier and son James, Miss Mary Louise Al— lan, Mrs. H. E. Munson and son, Morton, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. O’- Neill and Mr. and Mrs. J. E. An— and son Grant, made up a party of three cars; to drive to Rockport where they enjoyed the Seattle Power and Light Com- Mrs. Anna Wyatt made group by bus she is va- from Seattle, where cationing. Eagles Auxiliary Holds Meeting Monday Night The Eagles; Auxiliary held a business meeting Mon!ay night and initiated three new members, Mrs. Mary Stoner, Mrs. Mayme Steele and Mrs. L. Gruber. The group accepted an invitation to to be held in Castlerock on August 19. The officers and drill team will put on initiatory work. Plans were made for the Eagle picnic which will be held soon. Degree Of Honor Plans A Picnic I: The Degree of Honor will hold a picnic at Lake Isabella at Ma— ple Beach on Tuesday, July 22, for their members and friends. A I a l ‘ 6:30 potluck supper will be served : with coffee, cream, sugar ice cream furnished. Each son is to bring their won table service. Anyone wishing trans- portation is requested to phone Mary Cormier at 313J. at the impressive installation cere- by l monies, which were open to thej public. The girls taking part in lthe addenda were Helen Mae Hatcher, the composer, Carol Jean Hatcher, and Shirley Ger- hardt. Mrs. I—Iatchcr accompanied the girls on the piano. Mrs. W. M. Elliott was one of the skit judges. The invitational grand addenda for Juanita Miller when ball in the Armory closed the as-, sembly . yaw WIN Extra Value -ALL PORCELAIN FRIGI DAIRE, GIANT 69/10 cu. r1. rmr. women, now en- :‘Lu'mbermen’s Mercantile Co. mm 3. t h e . Methodist Church is holding their‘ the’ an per— i ‘. Juveniles of Degree i Of Honor Enjoy Picnic ‘ l l The Juveniles of the Degree ofl Honor held a picnic at Ma- ple Beach on Lake Isabella Tues— ‘ l day, July 15. There were 47. l present for the picnic. The group, R went out at 10 o'clock and spentl the rest of the day there, withl swimming the main attraction» ilce cream and lemonade were i furnished and a potluck lunch was , ‘; served at noon. ' Return From Trip } .. Sunday evening, Mr. and Mrs: Howard Yule, Mrs. Betty Pierce of ‘ Kingston, Wash, and Mr. and, Mrs. I. V. Yule returned to theiri shomes after a 10-day trip which‘ took them to Post Falls, Idaho,l ‘ and Shoteau, Montana to visiti friends and relatives. The returni trip was made by the way of' l Glacier Park. Visits Here Private Jack Mays of Quartermaster Corps, spent 116th 3 the returned with the 4lst Division California. l Visiting Here Miss Helena Wilson of chat-. .chee is visiting this week with‘ iMiss Betty Lee Jemison. Thei two girls attended the Grand As-t sembly for Rainbow Girls the} first of the week. Miss Wilson? is a member of the Grand Choir-.1 l l Spend Weekend Here i Sergeant and Mrs. Charles Van- nicc and daughter Anita of Ever- ett spent the weekend with their and Mrs. Ser— Air unclc and aunt, Mr. Delmar Cole and family. geant Vannice is with the l i Corps in Everett. Returns Home Mrs. J. L. Replinger returned to i her Shelton home Monday. Shel , has spent the last five weeks vis- iting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. P. Geist at Hamilton, Montana. Mr. Replinger accompanied hers, there and Spent a week visiting; before returning home. I 'vV.C.T.U. Slate "Their Next Meet 3 l - The Women’s Society for Chris- ‘ ltian Service will hold their next1 rmecting with Mrs. W. M. Elliott on Friday, July 25. A 1 o’clock luncheon will be served. . l l Attend W'edding Mr. and Mrs. Art Rodgers of Shelton were in Olympia Satur- 5day morning to attend the dou-‘ jble ring nuptial mass ceremony which united Miss Betty Cardinal and Alfred Hays in marriage. l Attend Funeral Mr. and Mrs. and children, Dorthea, and John, of Mannitta, Ore., ar— rived in Shelton Tuesday to at- ’ tend the funeral of Ralph Day. Methodist Circles I ' Will Meet Wednesday , The Methodist Circles will hold ,their regular meeting on VVcdnes— lday, July 23 in the afternoon. Clarence J 0 Ann Day lW’eekend Guest in.Miss Wilma Cox of Elma was ‘over the weekend. , __L_ iS-oftball Circuit l Starting Second I Half Play Tonite The second half schedule fol- lows, with teams listed first bat- ting first for those games, andl 1N0. 1 indicating the regular dia- mond at Loop Field, No. the small diamond near the pump house: .July 17~Mobilgas vs. Skokomish, I No. 1, Activians vs. Rayonier, l N0. 2. 5 July 18—L. M. vs. Bonneville, No. 1. lJuly 21—L. M. vs. Activians, No. i 1, Rayonier vs. Mobilgas, No. 2. July 22—Skokomish vs. I ville, No. 1. July 24—Bonneville vs. Rayonier, , No. I .Bonne- No. 1, Skokomish vs. L. M 2. ' lJuly 25—Mobilgas vs. Activians, No. 1. , July 28-Skokomish vs. Activians, No. 1, Bonneville vs. Mobilgas, No. 2. July 29——Rayonier vs. L. M., No. 1. July 31—L. M. vs. Mobilgas, No. 1, Activians vs. Bonneville, No. 2. Aug. l—Rayonier vs. Skokomish, No. 1. Aug. 4—Skokomish vs. Mobilgas. IZVO. 1, Bonneville vs. L. M., No. Aug. 5—Rayonier vs. Activians, No. 1. Aug. 7—Bonneville vs. Skoko- mish, No. 1, Mobilgas vs. Ray- i onier, No. 2. Alig. 8~Activians vs. L. M., No. l Aug. 11—~Rayonier vs. Bonneville, 1:0. 1, L. M. vs. Skokomish, No. Aug. 12—Activians vs. Mobilgas, NO. 1. l Aug. 14-Activians vs. Skoko- 1 ‘ mish, No. 1, L. M. vs. Rayonier, . No. 2. - Aug. 15—-Mobilgas vs. Bonneville, | No. 1. i Rayon- I gAug. 1a—Skokomish vs. i ier, No. 1, onneville vs. Act- l ivians, No. . [Aug 19—Mobilgas vs. L. M., No. . l I h“.— ’ 7 Women’s Motor Corps Certificates Awarded; l Presentation of certificates to seven members of the Red Cross Women's Motor Corps featured the July meeting of the Mason County Red Cross chapter held Monday evening at the court-‘ house. ‘ Harold Berentson, national staff member from Red Cross head~i quarters in S. F., presented the certificates to Mary Pigg, Lois Pearson, Florence Smith, Anna' ,Paulson, Lottie Young, Mary l Shelton .and Virginia Lund. ‘, Mr. Berentson spoke to the chapter in some detail on the Red Cross first aid program. | Journal Want-Ads—plwne 100 . Commercial 'one day iweekend with Mr. and Mrs. Neill Zintheo. Private Mays h as just, from maneuvers at Leggitt Field“ guest of Miss Jean lVchomld! '- Recent Eren‘ts Keep lice-deport Residents Busyl Bf; Hoodspor’t, last meeting. Mrs. If v o Phillips .. iartels 16 Ll. I. their Mr. and Mrs. O. K. Linscott of Lake Cush-I man, entertained the Hoodsport Club on lawn week. It was the] closing picnic for the summer and" was followed by a short business and Mrs. P‘erle,l both of Santa Monica, spent Mon—E day with Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Ah]. , Mr. and Mrs. Jim Addlerman of. Hoquiam, are announcing the birth } of their baby daughter, born Sat—l urday evening. Antone Ncss spent Saturday and Sunday in Tacoma. Your correspondent wishes make amends made last wee home was purchased by Mr. and‘ Mrs. Bill Daniels and not the Dan‘. ‘ Canan's. Mrs. Eddie Metzler of Shelton is ‘ with Mrs. R spendiig is employed in Lloyd Dye and party of Omaha, cousins Dickinson, were here on Monday[ Nebraska, to visit. Mrs. Thursday few I Kilby here in Hoodsport. Mrs. Lon Wills and son Tommyi lhave gone to Concrete for a few months to join her husband, who to for a statement -k. The McDonald days that city. « of Mr. laude Wood returned on? short trip to ‘ Ellensburg to visit her parents Mr. from a and Mrs. Suver. Mr. and Port Angelo... up their son, l. Gerald Lunt Robert, parents for the past month. Mrs. Jerry Mincher and daugh- ter Barbara, and Ray Peterson, all ;Of Los Angeles, are visiting their parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Peter- son. of Lake Cushman. Mrs. time in is quite ill. Mi" of Mr. Sunday. Denny Reader of Potlatch, spent Monday with the Siegal children at the home of their grandpar- F. B. Smith spent some Seattle last week :Mrs. William Wood. Mr. Wood isl confined to a hospital there and“ and Mrs. Melanie and son, Harold. of Seattle, were visitors and Mrs. Bill Daniels ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Nance. Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Marian warmth! 72"x84”. Pickering, Part Wool Plaid A tremendous saving! Wo- ven with 5%, wo‘ollfor extra . 4,“ sateen binding. H. R. of l motored down on; Sunday to visit his parents, Mr.’ and Mrs. Will Lunt, and to pick? who hasl 1 been in Hoodsport with his grand— l with on of Man- ette, spent the weekend with their 3 son-inlaw and daughter, Mr. and Robbins of rHorse- Phone 497 l l . l Titan" PAY LITTLE BY LITTLE ,— AT NO EXTRA COST! L0W MER PRICES — HARD To BEAT! ‘ 10W” shoe Camp. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Gibson and‘ daughters, Shirley and Margy 0ft Port Angeles, visited from Tues-s day to Friday with Mr. and Mrs. J. C. McKiel. Bob Allard of Tacoma, and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Nelson and family, also of Tacoma, were weekend visitors of Pete Allard. Mrs. Leslie Wyers of Potlatch, and Mrs. Alex Bartels of Hoods- port, motored to Portland Thurs— day, to return their sister, Verda Schultz to her home following a month’s vacation on the canal. They returned Friday, bringing their father, Mr. August Schultz, with them for a short visit. Mrs. Lamberton left Thursday for a few day‘s visit in Port Or- chard. Dr. Lamberton joined her I ’ there on Sunday 39 ed that evening. Gas is Clean. ThursdayLJuly‘ ‘ Mosq No need now to be those blood-thirsty :1 little BUHAUH wherever you want Mosquitoes HA of burning BUI‘!A anywhere near it. , from these pests 711 In Handy Sifter CM Grocery. Seed Stol' 011’ TELEPHONE MEN hold to the policy that it’s never too much trouble to look for trouble. Usually they find it before it themina broken insulator —a worn part—a hundred things that might interfere with your tel- ephone service. 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