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,«D'July 22, 194 _._A 1. 56E ilCENSES .1)- “11.0", 35, Springfielcl,‘ Marie Jones. 36. at Shelton.‘ ’ 3 Shelton Musk: 3, Pupils Take Part In U.W. Concert child ‘ Seattle—Three Shelton high i. , Tess. 21, Quilcene. ‘ school students took part in the ..r,, Havenar, 18, Had- 3 high school Music Institute final mon' Jilly 19. .concert Friday evening, July 18, * n’ 28: and Wilma at Meany Hall on the University h of Tacoma. at campus. {36% '3 d .11 B' ns la ed the drums, 'rhhtfiston» 54, and Marie 1 A e a m p y ‘ 1 ‘v 0 r. of Bremerton, at; 9. These past Gail Robinson, the flute. ‘students have studied the 1 HELTONTT ~s .5“ s der the directorship of Professor George Kirchner and other music leaders of the state. Started as merely one item in ‘a long list of summer school ac- ,tivities, the annual high school 1 Music Institute has developed un- ‘til today the band and orchestra iare recognized as a major at- I traction of the summer quarter. i I Composed of boys and girls from every section of the state, as well ‘ ; as from most of the states in the '- Rocky Mountain and P a c i f i c OUR 'IDDroved method for ending moth _—— 3Coast regions, the hband and or- . Schestra this year ave appeared “not * , DRY CLEANING ' in concerts at Fort Lewis, the my l MOTHS ‘Army's largest western canton- num. m m, ment as well as in numerous con- to “‘1' m0”! “'9 l certs on the campus. av. iii“ili?i.."'i'~i: ‘ j’l‘rip To Redwoods ‘ Doesn’t Miss Heat Mr. and Mrs. Willis Burnett re- lnrestotlon tn oothes. Steal! . ' WE sul turned to their Shelton .home Sun- ‘youn cLo-l-"Es day after a week’s trip through Oregon and as far as Crescent :, I" ,City, Calif, visiting such inter— esting spots enroute as the Red- wood forests, Crater Lake, the 'Oregon Caves, etc., and visiting relatives of Mr. Burnett at Med— ford, Oregon, who conducted them on an interesting 250 mile trip into the mountains. They found the weather sizzling throughout their tour. Yesterday, Mr. and Mrs. Burnett moved to Bremerton where Mr. Burnett has been working for several months on construction. SANITEX BAGS Double sealed to keep our moth- free )7 'eleaned clothes protected from moth dun- no. dust and am until on to EX SERVICE Gas is More Economical. .Douglas Larson, the clarinet and- jfive weeks at the University un-, adv. DIETING SHOULD BE DONE UNDER TH E ADVICE OF YOUR DOCTOR «2»- id I ll you are overweight you are probably eating too much. You are daily putting into your stomach more food than the system needs to keep a proper balance. There are two ways to prevent, stop or reduce this overweight and they are -- reduce thg amount of food or increase the amount of exercise. Overweight taxes the kidneys, because they ‘ ‘have’m carry away the excess poison from the Jill tissues. and-"from the overburdened di- — gestive tract of the average fat person, as ll ‘. well as perform their normal duties. , ef‘alSO taxes the arteries by making them work .‘ lhe] carrying ofi excess poisons and wearing them out . ' tIme. Overweight works the heart “overtime” i215. '.,, t9 “33’. because it must meet the burden of pump- ease. h all this useless and superfluous tissue. " . lo . e, -‘ as“ thin demands scientific judgment. Violent tun . ' o be Injurious; medicines strong enough to remove home' ' l“ “3 enough to produce dangerous changes in the c "‘"IS. and often permanently undermine health. w°V°TweighL talk it over with your docmr - - and his advice. .]0 Cr :ICHARD E. GRENJEEQG . Pnop. “llli PHESBBlPllflllS IS lHE lllUSl llllPflllllllll Plilll 0F Ullll BUSINESS ' file Public Aboul the_Doclor" appears weekly in this paper. |f GIVES VOU AN AWETITE. LIKE a LITTLE PIGS! Of ittannin B in the. daily diet, causes lack tlte and loss of weight. Milk is rich in ,B\and that’s why you need it daily: at If“, preferably a quart. Grownups need “3 0f milk too. Our advice is: l I l i I I I PHON i Ronquist—Carlson l 'Wedding Saturday Saturday evening, July 19, was: :the date chosen for the marriage! of Miss Agnes Ronquist, daugn-‘ ter of Mr. and Mrs. William Ron- quist, to Alvin Carlson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Carlson. The ' wedding vows for the popular young couple were read by the Reverend Maulden at the Method-I ist Church at 7:30 p. m. in the‘ presence of immediate relatives’ and a few close friends. The bride was charming in a' street length dress of Russian Blue crepe with a corsage of or— chids. Her only attendant was her sister, Mrs. Ole Olsen, whose: igown was of dusty pink crepe with a corsage of Regal liliesm Best man for his brother was , Pete Carlson. The bride and groom are both [graduates of the Irene S. Reed high school. Mrs. Carlson has been employed for a number of- years at Rayonier Incorporated, while Mr. Carlson is employed at Mud Mountain Dam. A reception was held immed- iately following the ceremony at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ole Ol- sen, which was' beautifully deco- rated with white gladioli, sweet peas and carnations. There were about thirty guests present. Out of town guests were Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Crone and Mr. and Mrs. Austin Myhre of Enumclaw. Canada was the destination of the young couple on their wedding trip, and on their return they will i make their homelin Tacoma. For Igoing away the bride chose a lsheer black net with white acres! I series. 3 l Luncheon Meeting Members of the W.C.T.U. will meet on Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Walter Elliott at l 1 o’clock for their regular lunch- leon meeting. -m... —....__—_._____.___.___.__ , WWW“: .cer at the McGonagle Place. , the Bayshore road to the Harstine ,spent W.C.T.U. Plan 1 l SHELTON~MA ! E 100 Shelton Garden Club I To Meet Next Monday The Shelton Garden Club will1 hold a regular meeting on Mon- day, July 28 with Mrs. George; Cropper as hostess at Lake Spen~i A l 12:30 potluck luncheon will openi the meeting, with coffee and punch to be served by Mrs. Crop— per. Directions for reaching the: meeting place are to drive out. Ferry road and follow that to the sign which says McGonagles Place, then follow that road right down to the house. Those wishing transportation are asked to please call Mrs. W. F. Roberts, at‘319—W. Entertain With Thursday Luncheon ! Mr. and Mrs. John L. Dotson entertained at their home on Thursday with a noon lunch-l eon and picnic in the evening forl Mrs. John H. Millman and daugh- ters, Rosemary and Patricia, of Winlock, William R. Davis and Mrs. J. E. Sholar of Centralia, Mr. I and Mrs. O. P. Moblcy of Olym-l pia and Mrs. Clyde Copland of' Great Falls, Montana. Miss Patricia Millman who had been visiting with Marylyn Grace Dotson for the'past week, return- ed home with her mother. Double H Club [folds Picnic Meet Mrs. Lawrence Burrell was hostess to members of thc Dou— ble H Club last Thursday at a potluck picnic at Walker Park. A very enjoyable afternoon was swimming and playing bridge. Honors at cards Were won by Mrs. Leo Martin and Mrs. Lantz Wiss. Galloping Goose was awarded to Mrs. Francis Eacrett, who was a guest of the group for that day. 0 Rebekah State President l Hospital Staff K I To Picnic Wednesday ’on Wednesday, July 23 at the [Hillier Beach on Hood Canal for Ithe hospital staff, the board of 'directors and their wives and lthe doctors and their wives be- ginning at 3:30 p. in. Games and sports will furnish the entertains ment for the afternoon with sup- ‘per to be served at 5:30 p. m. l Rebekahs Enjoy Birthday Program A very interesting program was enjoyed recently by members of nual birthday party. The pro- gram under the direction of Mrs. Rae Melcum, consisted of As- trology readings for each month by Mrs. Charlotte Gardner, read- 'ings by Frank Brown and Com- munity singing with Mrs. Anna Wyatt at the piano. ' W.S.C.S. Circles 2 And 4 Meet On Canal Wednesday Circles 2 and 4 of the Women's Society of Christian Service of the Methodist Church will enjoy a one o’clock potluck luncheon Wednesday at the Shake Cabin Camp near Union on Hood Canal, with Mrs. Ed Elliott as hostess. Cars will leave the Methodist Church at noon, so members wish- ing a ride or having a car should report there before leaving. i I l Camp At Twanoh Mr. and Mrs. George Dunning and sons spent several days the past weekend camping at Twanoh State Park. Visit Here Sunday Dr. and Mrs. Michael Kennedy and children of Olympia, visited Sunday in Shelton and with the Herb Angles on Hood Canal. Sunday At Beach Mr. and Mrs. W. A. McKenzie, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Browning, Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Phil Murphy and Mrs. gLaura Plumb spent Sunday at lWestport. ! .1. A hospital picnic will be held; the Ruby Rebekahs at their an-' I To Visit Here Friday 1 The regular meeting of the} Ruby Rebekahs will be held onl Friday evening at the Odd Fel-l lows Hall beginning at 8 p. In. All members are urged to be in attendance as this meeting will be I ' featured with the official visit ofl the state president of the Re-l bekahs, Mrs. Harriet Bird of ‘Se-i attic, and she will conduct a ’ school of instruction. i Co-chairmen of the refresh- l ment committee for the meeting are Mrs. Mary Latham and Miss Mary Dobson. All officers who have been I notified are asked to meet at the hall on Wednesday evening at 7:15 for practice. Baptist Womens’ (fircle I To Picnic On Wednesday The VVomen’s Circle of the Baptist Church will hold t h e i r annual picnic at the summer home i of Mrs. A. L. Bell on Hood Canal ‘on Wednesday, July 23. All la- Idies wishing to go are asked to please meet at the church at 10:30 la. m. and transportation will be! provided. A feature of the meet- i ‘ ing will be a surprise stork show- i I er to be held for one of the mem- ' i hers. I Shelton Visitors ll Ulrich R. Beeson, minister of the Annapolis Church of Christ,, Port Orchard, and W. R. Hoover' of the same city, were visitors in, Shelton last Thursday. v Visitors Here Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Allen of Olympia spent the weekend in Shelton visiting with Mrs. Allen’sl ,parents, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Har-l 1 ms. From Tacoma Mr. and Mrs. George Durkee and family of Tacoma, visited Sun- day in Shelton with friends. I Weekend Visitors Weekend visitors at the Flem- ing Byers home at Bayshore were Mr. and Mrs. Claufson and son, and Mr. Byers, Sr., of Goldendale, l l Problems connected with the use of logged-over land and solu— tions which farmers in this area are using to meet them will be studied on the livestock grazing tour to beheld in Thurston county Defense Chief Arriving by Mainliner from Washington, D. C., is W. Walt- er Williams, Chairman of the Washington State Defense Councnl. In conference with Fiorello H. La Guradia and other heads of National De- fense agencies, Williams form- ulated plans for local defense measures. First step in getting the local activity under way is the state-wide “Aluminum Roundup” now in progress. Goal is “at least one piece of alum- inum from every family.” I I l I SOLUTIONS TO LOGGED LAND . PROBLEMS WILL BE STUDIED on Wednesday, July 30. . The logged-off land question has been of considerable importance in this area during recent years, points out County Agent C. Oker- strom, and this tour was arranged to give farmers an opportunity to study some ways of managing land for livestock. The tour was arranged cooperatively by the Western Washington Reclamation institute and the Extension Ser- vice of the State College of Wash- ington. The Thurston county tour is to open at the farm of George Pe- trie, about nine miles northeast of Rainier, at,9:30 a. m. Petrie has about 3,500 acres of land of which 300 acres have been seeded to an upland pasture mixture. He carries about 500 head of ewes and 500 head of lambs on his farm. 1 At 11 o’clock the group will move to the J. D. McGuire ranch! three miles north of Tenino. Mc- Guire raises Shorthorn cattle oni a 360 acre ranch which includesl 119 acres of burned over stump’ land, 141 acres of prairie pasture, and 98 acres of cropland. He uses a mixture of clovers and grasses for his seedings. The noon period will be spent» on the McGuire ranch wherel farmers will hear a discussion of some logged-over land problemsl by John C. Kuhns, assistant re-' gional forester; R. M. Turner, ex- tension economist at the State Final stop of the Thurston coun- l ty tour will be at the Galvin bro- thers farm on Mima Prairie near, Littlerock. which will be reached, about 2:00 o’clock. The Galvinsi have some 300 head of Hereford‘ cattle and 50 head of percheron1 horses on 2,700 acres of rangei land which includes 500 acres which have been logged overr i I I I SON COUNTY JOURNAL l Engagement Announced At Sorority Meeting of her friends was the announce—i mentof the engagement of Ruth; E. Linscott to John U. Hadley at, a meeting of her Sorority, Alpha‘ Iota, Monday evening in Tacoma. the traditional custom of passing of the Shelton high school, Class of 1936. Business College in Tacoma, and is now employed at the National IBank of Washington in that city. Washington. IOakville high school, and is now a First-Class Petty Officer, U.S. lN., and is at present stationed on I able afternoon visiting followed by received by the honor guest. lluncheon will open the meeting Coming as a surprise to many! . I The announcement was made With a large box of chocolates wh i c h disclosed the couple‘s names. Miss Linscott is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 0. Karl Linscott of Lake Cushman, and a graduate She attended Knapp‘s‘ Mr. Hadley is the son of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Hadley of Porter, He is a graduate of the East Coast. No date has been set for the Wedding. Sunday Shower Honors Miss Schmidt Mrs. John Harrier and Miss Ruth Linscott were joint hostesses at the home of Mrs. Harrier on Sunday when they entertained with a miscellaneous bridal show- er in honor of Miss Dorothy" Schmidt of Olympia, a former Sheltonite. Miss Schmidt is the bride-elect of Lieutenant Gene Wilson of Fort Lewis, and the wedding is to be an event of early August. The group spent a very enjoy- the serving of a delicious buffet luncheon. Many lovely gifts were Invited guests for the affair 'in- cludeti the Mesdames Walter El- liott, Jr., Charles Rowe, Cyril Murphy, Mervin Wingard, Ronaldi Starr, Ed Johnson, the Misses Vera Rowe, Betty McKiel, Mac Roher, Wanda Emerson and Eliz- abeth Hilligoss, all from Shelton, Mrs. O. K. Linscott of Lake Cushman, Mrs. Robert Andrews, Mrs. Gerald Deeds, Mrs. Barry, and Mrs. Richard Schmidt from Tacoma, and the honor guest and hostesses. W.S.C.S. Circle Meeting Wednesday The regular meetings of Circles number 1 and 3 of the W.S.C.S. will be held at the home of Mrs. C. E. Runacres on Wednesday af- ternoon. A 1 o‘clock potluck following which the regular busi- ness will be taken up. JOURNAL Want Ads are used by‘ ‘are sponsored by the scores of. your friends and neighbors with great success. helps. Three important H Farm Tours Due By End of Month Three important farm meetings are to be held during the re- mainder of the month of July. First is the irrigation tour to be held in Grays Harbor County on Wednesday, July 23. The tour starts at the Oscar Smith farm just east of Montesano on the old highway. Three other farms will be visited on this tour seeing various kinds of irrigation set- ups and practices at the various places. This tour should be of interest to a number of Mason County farmers. On July 30 two meetings are to be held. Possibly some farmers interested in logged-off land prob- lems in connection with livestock production will like to attend the grazing tour. This starts by or- ganizing the group at the Enum- claw Cooperative Creamery at McKenna at 9:15 a. m. The group then goes to the George Petrie ranch in the Bald Hills. After lunch the tour will proceed to the John McGuire ranch near Tenino and then to the Galvin Brothers' ranch. Both of the above named tours Western Washington Reclamation Institute and the Extension Service. Also on July 30 dairy farmers will be interested in the judging conference to be held near Yclm. This conference is held each year* being conducted by the State Guernsey breeders. This is a school to teach farmers what to look for in good dairy cattle. a. m. at the D. R. Hughes place near Yelm and then proceed on to the McMonigle place. J. C. Knott, dairyman, Wash- ington State College, Dr. Otto J. Hill, Extension dairyman, F l o y d ' Wolburg, Dairyman, Western Washington Experiment Station, and Chuck Smitn, Guernsey Field- man, will conduct the judging con-, fcrence. More complete details of these meetings have already appeared in this paper. Capitol Hill Club To Meet Thursday The Capitol Hill Club will meet July 24th at 1 o’clock at the home of Mrs. Marie Carder. Miss Elizabeth Butler Will be assisting hostess. Complete information a b o u t what you have to-sell always I F... ‘ . Seattle Troo 128 'ncluded: t, The meeting will start at 10:00 p 1 S eve ‘ ge Three weekeng w i t n ‘her father and brother. Barney McMahan leaves soon for em- iployment at Sedro Woolley. Mrs. Robert Scott motored ‘ Puyallup Monday. Kenneth Boice returned Mon- day from a two-weeks' visit in Tacoma. l l i Kamllche Dance Saturday Night Kamilche, July 21.—There will be,a dance in the Grange Hall; Saturday evening, July 26th, giv— len under auspices of the Sheltonl iVeterans of Foreign Wars. ,GET A TRAVELERS accident Mrs. Dan Brown and baby tiCket for every trip. 259 Per ‘ day. Rates lower on longer daughter came home Sunday from the Shelton Hospital. , periods. See Herb Angle NOW! Say It Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Bender and' WITH FLOWERS l to I I I I 1 I l l ‘family moved Saturday to Sedro Woolley. , Mrs. Blossom Carico has been, jvisiting friends in Auburn the They Bring comfort I past week. . l Dr. and Mrs. Wintermute of‘ and Happ'"ess FUNERAL DESIGNS AND HOSPITAL BOUQUETS Delivered anywhere, anytime Travis Floral Shop Los Angeles, called on Mrs. Eliza ,Casey Friday and Mr. and Mrs. iDavid Lytle and family were} lweekend guests. 1 l Chester Taylor entertained a |group of friends and relatives Sh It Hardw re Bid _ {from Seattle at his home, “Bigi phoneezgg a g 270-W Rock Lodge" on Kamilche Point lover the weekend. Picnic meals,i clam digging and swimming were lenjoyed. Guests were: Mr. and ‘Mrs. Joe McNeese, Mr. and Mrs. .Chas. Case, Mr. and Mrs. Allen jTaylor, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. I. An- w derson. Mr. and Mrs. Henry MIL‘ C’S Strandberg, Mr. and Mrs. J. Hat< ; I i 14 ton Kannair, Mr. Floyd Miller,, QUALITY MARKET lyn McNeese and Mr. and Mrs. DRUGS .Fred Graham, former teacher in GROCERIES ' Shelton school. Mrs. Henry. Strandbcrg was a former teacher FRESH MEATS FRUITS at Kamilche and remembers many friends from here who will no FINEST FOODS AT BEST PRICES I I doubt remember her better as , Fern Anderson. Boy Scouts from Strandberg, Henry Morgan, Bob Jacobson, Joe McNeese, Jack Mc-i Neese, Wallace Taylor and Bob, Huchison. I Friday, a large group of friends : gathered at the Fry home With‘ gifts for the newly-Weds, Mr. andi Mrs. Bob Fry. I I HOC DSPORT .——'—_ ..—.—— I l - VJ“. w. DANCE KAMILCHE GRANGE HALL Saturday, July 26 ‘ GOOD MUSIC ASSURED l l i Public Cordially Invited fi’e/WkJ/J/fl/fllfl: lit/Z7 . COMPLETELY ElllllPPED 6% (ill. FT. 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