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August 14, 1941     Shelton Mason County Journal
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all all occasion . ymasgt'llke collar of en “‘10 buttons. Flat- ‘ new e_ Shorter figure, Silhouette at its lh‘immons Family Picnic ael T. Simmons, who settled in and Mrs. J. O. Bovee, Our r ' guest , , ,Tumwater in 1811.)) was held in Fh- Mr. an; flgdnefidstzl the home of Z. E. Simmons on “Y. ‘ ‘ Mud Bay last Sunday. and Mrs. A. Y.l B . ennett homo (’n l tended. The oldest family Incin- ‘ her present was Charles M. Sim— ~~ . mons of Ccntralia, son of Michael. ‘ Elect Officers Officers elected are David W. ‘ Simmons, Tacoma, president; Wil- i liam Forbes, vice-president; Irene l l l i e .1; §_ E I J I S lthur L. True. of Spokane. Mr. -—-—-—-—~— :and Mrs. True had been attend- . ing White Shrine ceremonies at PHONE 100 Mrs - Illeld Sunday At Bay a l.“ ' BOVGQ The annual picnic of the Sim-‘ " Party lmons clan {descendents of Mich— Many relatives and friends at—: l Visitors At “'illards l Mr. and Mrs. Frank Willard en- itertained at their home on Tues- day evening for Mr. and Mrs. Ar- er. True is the president of the i, 2 True Oil Company of Spokane and ‘ Lake Isabella Club Is was a former state senator from :Hostess To New Clubs ‘, that county. ‘, At the regular meeting or met, Other guests this Week included lLakC Isabella. 0111b at Maple , Mr. and Mrs. Don McKenzie and jBeach, the ladies were hostesses , daughter Barbara Jean of Yak- ‘, to three of the five new clubs to ‘ ima, who are vacationing at Mad- l join the District Federation of . rona Beach. Mr. McKenzie is the Women‘s ClUbS- A POtlUCk lum‘h- l. principal of the Yakima schools. eon was served in the shadedl 1 park with the table centered with i Miss Jane Travis ilate summer flowers. The three i Leaves For East. I honored clubs were Oakland Bay. Miss Jane Travis will ioavp Fri- l Millcreek Economic Club, and thel day morning by Car from Seattle 'Dayton Triple S. with Mrs. Schinncll of that city ‘ ,for New York and Washington. ‘ Following the luncheon, t h c , president, Mrs. Edna Johnson, con— i D. C. Pmd other POintS East Wherl‘» she will visit relatives and school i l 4 1 Raymond, so drove on to Shelton.‘ SHELTONL‘ELASON COUNTY JOURNAL l l i l l i l , Baskets of flowers and ferns were Marjorie Howell Weds In Olympia Saturday Evening Miss Marjorie L. Howell an d Amos H. Martin, both of Olympia, were united in marriage in an informal wedding ceremony in the Olympia Baptist Church Saturday evening. The bride is the daugh« ter of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Howell of Shelton and the groom is the son of Mrs. Edna Martin Randall, Olympia. Miss Howell, gowned in a 'street length dress of navy blue and white with a corsage of gardenias and rosebuds, repeated her vows before an improvised altar of lattice work, decorated with roses, sweet peas, gladiolas and o t h e r v i late summer flowers and ferns. used throughout the room. Before the ceremony, Miss' Mrs. Paul Tompkins and son ald were in Potlatch Tuesday. Tompkins is glad to report that the week end. he has received a teaching posi- tion at BOW, WaShington- Where home last week from an extended vhe Will be PrinCiPal 0f the BOW vacation. They visited in a good grade school. Page Thre News Brevities F r 0 m Potlatch List Late Events By Elizabeth Hussman Potlatch, August 13—— Mr. and Don- Mr. Mrs. Jacobson and daughter Marion and Doris spent Mondayl n Olympia shopping. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Simmons, Jack Simmons, Mr. and Mrs. Neil Simmons and son Mickey, attend- ed the annual Simmons picnic at Irene Anderson sang “I Love You, the z, E Simmons home at Mud Truly," accompanied by her mo- ther, Mrs. A. E. Anderson. Bay. Mr. Shultz returned to his home Miss Rosetta Howe” was her in Portland after a month’s stay Osborne, Olympia, treasurer; Ray ducted a business meeting. asv, Ellison, Shelton, secretary and , signing Mrs. Evelyn Butterficld mates. The tw0 ladies expect to! sister's maid of honor and chose ‘Mrs. Maude Hinklcy, Tacoma, his- i to the. office of secretary. The i be gone about six weeks. a. tan and brown ensemble with :torian. iformer resigning because of oth-; 8' COFSagC 0f gladiolas and talis-. Baptist Women H—old Picnic 0n Arcadia The Baptist Women's Circles man roses. Darlo Dayton was the best man. i The. wedding was solemnized by er duties. Johnson gave, a report on home defense and Mrs. "t , th. h . .. ‘ - Edith Whlt 16 e oqmgg' grmelheld a picnic at the A. Y. Ben— ‘ After the business meeting, Mrs. l l A. W. Hilburger of. Chehalis gave 5 ; a talk about things she saw in i l China She was there with Mr la reading on Fli7a R Show With the Reverend Sami . . t . . . . ,, J . .. . , _ , . . . . . . iel Everton. v Hilburger in 1939, when w ar‘ Mrs. B. C. Combs, president of l nett home.°“ “.ma'd‘a' Pm,“ “.Pd' The reception was held in the i .th D-fitc t F d I. t-O th nesday, With Circle, No. acting . ‘ i , broke out. i, c_ 1.. 11c e e a 1 n givmg e . hmtmqes About 2,.) ladiofi and church parlors. Carnations, sweet . Next Meeting main topic of the day, a report Children were present for the l peas and baby breath formed the on the. convention held in Belling- ham in June. The next hostess will be Mrs. Esther Boicc. afternoon to enjoy boating. swim-l‘ centerpiece for the lace covered 'ming or sewing. The potluck luncheon was served cafeteria style on the lawn. 1 An original poem, ’lhe Travels lof Michael T. Simmons, by (1‘; . iNoyes Talcott, was read by the“ . historian. m. On the beach, the host, assisted l‘ -. “My Savmgs l by his brother David., served al - - Clambake. Swimmin" and boat-i Association E’ l ing was enjoyed. The next meet- l table. Mrs. Al Greenwalt and Miss Ardith Dahlman of Shelton poured. and Mrs. Edwin Granackl. sister of the bridegroom. cut and served the wedding cake. -Mrs. Dale Parker and Miss Iva Cole. were assisting with Mrs. Robert Mrs. Pickens And—H Mrs. Seaman Honored Mrs. Jane Seaman and Mrs. Mark Pickens were guests of hon- A. L. Ferwerda’s Entertain Here. Mr. and Mrs. Dudley Ockerman uura ing of the clan will be held in I 01‘ at Aldermek 1m} Ollwednes- of 01 m 13 were dinner “ests. Hawks in charge of the guest nee Bldg‘ the same place the second Sunday day. .When Mrs- Dawes and Mrs‘ Wednglsdgy evening of ME and b00k- lin August, 1942. Kaphingst entertained. Mrs. A‘ L. Ferwerda. . For her daughter’s wedding. , ._.. _.___. __.__.._ _ .____ _. Mrs. Howell chose a black and iwhite dress with a. corsage of i lgardenias. Mrs. Randall Wore ‘lavender with gardenias. , . For the wedding trip to the Olympic Peninsula. the, bride. ad- ded to her ensemble a navy blucl coat. She is a graduate of the Irene S. Reed high school and attended business college in Olym- pia. Both Mr. and Mrs. Martin are employed in Olympia, where their home will be made. Federation Executive Board Met. 0n Hood Canal “’ednesday The executive board of the Ma- son County Federation of Wo- men’s Clubs met Tuesday, Aug— ust 12, in the Marine dining hall at Clarmel, on beautiful Hood Canal for a twelve o‘clock lunch .. and business meeting. Twenty~ six ladies attended. Mrs. B. C. Combs, president of the Federation, called the meet- ing to order with the Lord's Pray- ,er, led by Mrs. Paul Hunter. i Mrs. Earl Riebow reviewed her work in connection with the pre- vention of accidents in the, home for which she was awarded the I outstanding honor of a gold med- al at the Atlantic convention last summer. Mrs. Wanita Ludwigs of Walla. Walla. accepted it for her at the convention. then it was presented to Mrs. Riebow at the State convention in Seattle, which was held in June. The l FederatiOn went on record to sup- port the Home Defense program now being sponsored throughout Mason County. Mrs. Deegan was given special thanks for her outstanding work recently with the 4-H annual sum- l mer camp at Twanoh State Park, where she was in charge of in- structing the class in foods. ThereI are some very desirable awards and medals for the 4-H clubs. These will be investigated and the. information given to the clubs. Both Mrs. Short and Mrs. Hunter spoke on the 4-H club work. ‘ The Fine Arts exhibit will be in November. The place and datel to be announced by Mrs. Robert C. Johnson. district chairman. The .atoes'............9¢ ’ name Standard paik tomatoes. 2R—oz. tin. :Wflakes . . . 2-le. 29¢ . 'crisp Salted soda crackers. 2~lh. «:nrinn » .wn, ugar .. 3-lbs. 19¢ , quahl‘)’. fresh, moist. brown sugar . . ‘ er ages 3for25¢ 3k asst. carbonated beverages. Qumxs. . “ p0 h2§,l301a'....... 6for 23¢ d ' taSly Cola that you'll go for. Lgc. 121.2. (a. l .77 .3 Style . . . .. for 98¢ i, y, i Pale Export Recr. lZ—oz. tins in bag ' SLICED PEACHES “'esl TOMATO JUICE tin 16¢ Sunny Dawn fey. quality rich. red tomato juice. 46-07.. TOMATO JUICE. 3 tins 25¢ Libby's fancy gentlc~press tomato juice. 18-02. tin WHOLE CORN Butter Kernel whole. grain. 20-01. Farm slim-(l freesiones. 17-01.. ' fitting skirts. on the Canal, both at Potlatch and at Hoodsport. Sunday, Don and Johnnie Han- .son, of Tahuya, and Milt Aims, of at Clamath Fans Ore. . Fall Fashions l Emphasize Hi ; Hiplines with details that at-l tract the eye, and give the im-l pression of a lower waistline. The double peplum, shallow and flar-l ing, is clever above slim tight-' Pockets of con- trasting fabric and fur do much- to give that soft draped look“ Many dresses show the back full- ness that conforming. with have curved hips. figures t h a t Returns From Vacation i Mrs. Lula Perkins returned to: her home. Monday from a va- cation on Hood Canal. She also spent some time with her mother and sister at Marysville. Rev. And Mrs. Bovcc Return .Monday Night Reverend and Mrs. J. O. Bovee returned to their home Monday' evening from a Bible Conference at Clear Lake, in Eastern Wash- ington. It was a reunion of allI the Washington State graduates of the Bible Institute in Los An-. geles. They joined the others at Clear Lake on Thursday Saturday Basket Social The Olympia Yacht Club has postponed the basket social plan- ned for this Saturday eVening at Gerald Cove to September 20. Return From Vacation Mr. and Mrs. W. A. McKenzie have returned to their home afterl spending two weeks vacationing] at Alderbrook Inn. [ Weekend Guests Mr. and Mrs. Paul T. Jackson of Chemawa, Oregon, will be the weekend guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Hamilton. Mr.! Jackson is the superintendent of the Salem Indian schools. Yacht Club Postpones } I 1 Leave For Seaside Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Klasell and, daughter Peggy, and Miss Klas-r ell's houseguest, Miss Jane Nil-i sson left today for Seaside, where- they will spend the weekend. i Adorable Style LO0MCBAFT TOT DRESSES is so flattering andi' Bremerton, stopped at Mrs. Wyres Eastside Farmers ——the boys were. on their way . , home from a bicycle trip around Havmg Troubles Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wylie of the Loop. , Mr' and Mrs“ A'1 M0” of Olym' Pickering made a trip to the Yak- ima country over the week-end pia were the guests of Mr. and erS' Roy Ageleson Over the Week' sizing up the farm situation over there and found that the farmers , end. V Mr' and Mrs' Pete V‘ser 01 were up against the same trou- bles as here, no help to be had Mineral were the guests of Mrs. Vlser's mOther' Mrs' Smlth’ over ‘ and wages impossible, while their [seasonable crops were not very profitable. Cantaloupes, peaches and tomatoes were being shipped to Sound markets, while our own tomatoes are just coming in. l Mr. and Mrs. Briggs returned many of the western states and in Mexico. Mr. and Mrs. Gus Wickmar and lMiss Mary Lou O'Connor of Che- halis, were guests at the H. J. Hussman home for several days last week. Mark Hussman, who is working at Stetson‘s Resort this summer has been spending the past week at hi home. Mrs. Tyler returned Wednesday from a two week’s vacation at Chico, California, with her sister, ers. Beatrice Rocklt. On the re- turn trip she visited her nephew Journal \Vant-Ads—Phone 100 inane: at MEWN Sat, Aug. Mr. and Mrs. Hatrup and (laugh- ter Milindy Jo, of Watsonville, California, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hale Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. I. J. Gronvold and friends spent Sunday at Olympus Beach. Capt. Pearson and daughter, Mrs. Saunders, were guests! of the Gronvolds Friday, l Jack Allison was the guest of luusic Four Aces Bob Pearce for several days, Jack Allison, Don Riebow, Dick Gents 35¢ w- Ladies 10¢ Tyler and Bob Pearce hiked up . to Lake Lena one day. : Bouquet Lenthéric “7&5W4Watce” An Original Idea NOW A Vflfillll! A daytime complement to your formal perfumes for evening! A definite advance from the old-fashioned toilet water! A very special blend of eau de cologne accented with perfume! ' $100 4 Oz. Tailored F Ineon 4M film/lane .‘bainlanu’ {awn 5m $444.61 mman LEN'I'IIEBIC aux parfii ms GARDENIA MIRACLE CARNATION SHANGHAI NUMERO DOUZE ’ABIENTOT Full range of prices and variety of preacntaliom beginning at one dollar l' FIR DRUG STORE TWEED Creqfions! Sturdy, Tub-fast Fabrics! O fall Federation meeting is sched-l Z'lb. lulffil is)!‘ October 7. The thrilmel -' v ... ’t. -' “A C" Tin 2 tins Aylmei 3 popular intrmihdc for your oast leeficzns glffrlgrfgegr;nl::n§alllg‘l FLAVORADF . . 3 pkgs. 10¢ merge: or: at: be 1 Mix up some. of those assorted drinks frequently ' ‘—“ Mrs. Barlekman Honored GRAPF CANF w... A. $ 29 J J . i x. i i yl'l { . The Humphrey Nelson home at Cascade Salad Dressing. qt. Allyn was the scene of a miscel- f , Glennaire Grapefruit 20-oz. 10¢ lane?“ ShOWer for Mrs- J 1‘“ E51- Tom-M0 Royal purple pure. Fine zrnnulaird cane , .t 9 lBariekman, Tuesday aftern00n_ A. ». “Dz. (ii-ape Juice. for cunning S Grapefrul 'Oza liv¢ number Of the local ladies gathcr- . Hwy. Broken Grapefruit 200z 9¢ id for the occasion to “0“ “‘0 "m “'M'm'“ 'mmm" 10 S B n P 20- 12 former Allyn girl. who before her 0 Princm moduli—buauuficd with Qt LBS ugar e e eas ...... .- OZ. ¢ marriage to James Bariekman ml mocking, ombroidory, plum a . Del Monte Peas ________ _. 16_0z_ 13¢ the. early part of the summer was _ .» ____.__ . 16 , Miss Nita Cleveland. Mrs. Nel— ‘ A delightfully new collection of little “ ‘— I Emerald Bay Splllzafh “OZ. son hand Mrs. Henry Dahl were darling fashions! Famous Loomcraft - 0 _ the os esses and they served de-‘ quality—the brand mothers appreciate! an I .. .. , , ., ., V i . fifikFood’ /21'(')z3/13l¢é liftious refreshrp‘ents during the Full cut, washable. You'll wantseveral! ,v ,. v w ' 1 .......... .. 2 . a ernoon, whic was spent soc- : ARTE: 1's 6“. ms . . ially. Followin the luncheon.‘ D n. ., I . ' EdVVail‘dS Coffee lb ‘1le the young bridge was presented 3 “ 001‘“ KIX, 7-0Z. .......... n 2 for irpanyflovely and useful gifts forl _\ r h tick _0Z' _________ __ 2 for 21 er ome. Those present for the s P t B p k t S W ea 9’ 8 ¢ afternoon were Mrs. Frank Cleve- " .0- c the bride‘s mother, Elton. Cleveland, Mrs. Leo Nel- son. Mrs. Frank Warren, Mrs. land. Mrs. Super Gran. Soap 24-oz. Sperry Pancake Flour 101bs. 59¢ ,Tiou ROAST . . . lb. 15 25¢ 3¢ Kerr Regular Lids .... .. 3 for Kerr Regular Caps .............. .. Jenkins 2-lip Rubbers... doz. Asst. Candy Bars ................ _. 3¢ Asst. Gum and Drops ........ _, 3¢ ‘ ' ’ ' ' . ' I ' h i I H lb. 12-0z. .... ..10/93¢ 32-0z. ...... ._ 4/9393 mm CHOPS . .2-Ib. 35c an , Rolled Rib Chops {QCH MEATS . . . . lb. 250 . q H it am. Jelly Sousc and Head Cheese Old Style Beer, Old Style Beer, Mrs. Frank Raisoni, Mrs. Chris Smith, Mrs. Carl Smith. Jr., Mrs. >Kate, Shellgren, Mrs. Anker, Mrs. Harry Wolcott, all of Allyn, Mrs. sarah Hansen and Mrs. Bernard Housen of Grape- view, Mrs. Kadaun and Mrs. Bar- iekman of Shelton, and the host- esses, Mrs. Nelson and Mrs. Dahl. inie Blair, Mrs. D. J. Vasbiuder, l ‘Friendship Club M—oets l Skinlcs Wien rs Airway Coffee -------------- " ‘b- 15¢ At iwam" Pm “mm”. - Famous Mileaukee ¢ COffee """"" " 3-1115“ Shispxgelillrllo ggénggisgtllfegge giggllgd a social meeting at Walker Park Wednesday. Mrs. Elizabeth Ba- ker and Mrs. Grace Springer were ,hostesses. Ice cream was served with the three birthday cakes for . Mrs. Joe Hill, Mrs. Elizabeth Biehl l and Mrs. Wilma Saeger. A treasure hunt was held dur- Q ling the .afterno nfand Mrs. Nel- ness meeting will be held at the Carstens, Sugar Cured .... ..LB. vitamins and iron found in \ ', Southside hall on Wednesday and each person is to bring'the ar- Sliced Bacon LB 31¢ whole wheat bread. ,‘ ticle they will exhibit at the 4-11 Armours Rindless .......... .. 19¢ . 1-lb‘ Lge' fair. Leg of Mutton Loaf ll/Z—lb. i Decorators Church Young Tender Mutton .... ..LB. 1 Mrs. Joseph D. Hill was 'in Nob Hill Coffee .............. .. lb. 21¢ Nob Hill Coffee ........ .. Z-lbs. Camels, Luckies, Chester. FRESH BREAD Julia Lee Wright’s ENRICHED white'bread now brings all the \ Smoked Picnics // Salmon Strictly Fresh .................. ..LB- charge of the lovely decorations arranged in the Baptist Church for the wedding of Miss {Doris Biehl and Archie Dronen. ast Saturday owning. I. Johanna ‘ l . S . . houldcr Cuts Jens the, 8-0z, .......... .. 3 for idess I\{lVarreiL Mrs. John. Cripe, O . 7 061430, 8-0Z- ---------------- -- '2' for 41¢ WiifizfierMIbtigaiiOhh’li-Emim l i lit) V Send them back to school with lots of New Clothes. . . . dresses every girl will love at prices every mother E. can afford. $129 ages 6 to