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Shelton Mason County Journal
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August 28, 1941     Shelton Mason County Journal
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Page Four Returns To Seattle l Rebekahs Honor Past Miss Kathleen Leo returned to] Noble Grand Officers her home Sunday after spending} Fridm. was the mguml. 1 a week Vismng in Shelton Vuhlol’ the Rebekah Lodeo at \‘IIIIC. members of her family. " “WAW' Am * .g'rzlud officers, who had ch19..ng ""“T—T— l 0.? the opening and closing oi‘ the ‘l— : snoctir ‘. There were, four ‘i‘ist, Say IL. , *g i ,noblc grands from Olympia and; lone, member. Cake, ice cream} 3and peaches formed. the refresh-5 ments for the evening. WITH FLOWERS They Bring Comfort and Happiness FUNERAL DESIGNS AND HOSPITAL BOUQUETS l Delivered anywhere, anytime Travis Flora! Shop Shelton Hardware Bldg. Phone 232 270-W l Daughters Of Pioneers Slate September Meet l The Daughters of Pioneers of; § Mason County will meet on Sept—I lember 4 at 2 o‘clock with Mrs! ’VVarren Earl for their regularl business meeting. We’ve Moved INTO OUR NEW LOCATION at First Grove (Across from Mell Chevrolet) i I l l I I I New Modern Quarters Comfortable Waiting Room SHELTON AUTO TRANSPORTATION co. QLYMPIA SHELTON — BREMERTON "time they honored 11.1 past noblcf PHONE 100 SHETON-MASON I I l l l And "\li's. Roy Wells :0 San Diego Guests I . (IT‘C Mr: .T ‘V. PCT‘H‘I‘E‘. and . lziughtei Betty lay— ' of San ’), California Mrs. \Vait Bacon on d‘ (laughter and Mrs. Powers of Peril. d arrived last chdnes« L' and spent several days visit- thc Roy Bells and Paul hunter homes. Miss remained for a longer Visit leav- RC ing Shelton today, Thursday, by' bus. for Portland. Mr. Powers is an uncle of Mrs. Bells and Mrs. Hunter and is owner and operator of a large dairy in San Diego. Guests Wednesday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Eells were Mr. and Mrs. Warren Powers, Mrs. Paul Powers, Mrs. E. J. Ahcrn and daughter Helen, all of Brem- erton, and‘Mrs. Elmer McLen- nan of Tacoma. Mr. and Mrs. Phillips Were Honored Monday Members of the Rebekah and , Odd Fellows lodges surprised Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Phillips Monday evening when they arrived for a 7 o’clock potluck supper. Those present for the evening were Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Martin, Mr. and Mrs. George McCreary, Mr. and Mrs. Percy Latham, Mrs. Mel Dobson and Mary Dobson, Inez Shorter, Mamie Earl, Elizabeth Butler, Anna Fordyce, M. B. Schumacker, Guy Call, Mr. and Mrs. Philips, Anna Wyatt, Teckla Anderson and Nellie Nelson. Royal Neighbors Will Hold Regular Meeting The members of the Royal Neighbors will hold a regular meeting at the Odd Fellows Hall at 8 o’clock on September 4. Negihbors 0f Woodcraft Slate September Meeting The Neighbors of Woodcraft will hold their next regular meeting on September 4. maintaining th greater need V I T A "k Vitamins A and D 100 Parke-Davis Haliver Oil C 250 Parke-Davis Haliver Oil C 100 Lilly Hepicoleum Globules 5oz: Upjohn Super D Concentrate ........................ .. 77¢ 30cc Upjohn Super D Concentrate ........................................ _, 2.98 * Vitamins B and G 50 Upjohn Cerelexin Compound Tablets ............................ .. 1.34 200 Upjohn Cerelexin Compound Tablets .. 4.59 ~' 100 Squibb eyz gr. Brewer’s Yeast Tablets . 49¢ PM" ‘3'” ‘n 500 squibb syz gr. Brewer’s Yeast Tablets ...................... .. 1.49 day It nervo- su- premely well, for Vitamins A, B, D, I ."ORIYShMH" 5“ 5O Upjohn Concentrate with Vitamins B &. G .............. .. 1.39 All Seven Wanted 100 Upjohn Concentrate with Vitamins B a. G 2.39 Fatwa", Equip 25 Parke-Davis ABDOL Vitamin Capsules .................... .. 89¢ * young" or .notlh 100 Parke-Davis ABDOL Vitamin Capsules .............. .. 2.69 a m . f 250 Parke-Davis ABDOL Vitamin Capsules' . 5.67 M‘ °' ff" ""1"" 25 Squibb High Potency ABDG Capsules .... .. .. 98¢ m "rm"! “mhrt 100 Squibb High Potency ABDG Capsules .. . 2.98 with a Shaffer 25o Squibb High Potency ABDG Capsules : ................ .. ._ 6,39 flotilla! 80 Shim “mi” Special Sale Price 0 60¢ Size .......... .. 49¢ . $1.25 Size 98¢ 3.25 Size 2.59 '7 OH! Shine} Hu All Seven of Tod-if. . Wanted Pen Future. \J SERUTAN Spell it Backwards Last Week Colonial Dames SPECIAL ~ g >_ V 4.00 2 DENTAL NEEDS VALUE ---------- -. - Pro-phy-Iac-tic T. Brush .. 47¢ Tek Tooth Brush 23¢ 2 for 43¢ Las‘ We?“ Squibb Tooth Brush ........ .. 47¢ Luxuria Dr. West Miracle Tuft _. 47¢ Double‘ Duty T. Brush 47¢ 200 Caroid Tooth PoWder.. lge. 48¢ ' lpana Tooth Paste .......... .. 39¢ VALUE """"" " 1°00 DRUG SUNDRIES Photowork 75¢ Listerine ---------------------- ~ 59¢ R0,, Dew, p d d P .nt 60¢ Sal Hepatica .............. .. 49¢ Y 0 e. an m 40¢ Mentholatum _____________ __ 27¢ ed FREE Enlargemem- 12’s Modess—25c 2 for 49¢ 25¢ 12’s Kotex—25c ...... .. 2 for 49¢ RmHA VITAMINS will aid in building and boy and girl. going 'to school. School studies. activities and sports mean a during school months I! 250 Squibb Adex Tablets ....... Squibb Adex Yeast Tablets .............. _. 98¢ PUYALLUP FAIR TICKETS 9 energy so Vital to the for health and energy apsules ................................ ., 1.29 apsules. ........... .. _. " 2,59 ..... .. 1.98 80’s 79¢ ................................. .. 1.80 v 250’s ...... .. 2.39 /EXCLUSIVE AGENTS BFUNDERS TABLETS For Stomach Distress $1.00 & $3.00 $1.50 Value for $1.00 Max Factor Hollywood :‘~ PAN-CAKE MAKE-UP NEW! IIIODERN! It creates a newcom- plcxion...[t helps hide tiny complex- ion faults...lt stays on for hours with- out re-po“ dering. Raymond ‘ ‘ ; Libby Daddridge of Portland, Ore- J‘ ,Dickie of Tacoma, Mr. and Mrs. ‘George Sanderson, ) Sharer, Richard, Ron and Kolene. Visiting In CiETada - ' A. Winsor andi Wm. LeDrew left; 3, I Visit Son " Tacoma visited the first of the ’ companicd by Miss McHenry, also . of Tacoma who " , Mr. :M. Danielson of Coulee, who had been Visiting here several days.' I I Meade. I I l I l I I l l to visit Mrs. William Winsor, mo- Iioso Dirkinnon’s Engagement Announced At The (‘larmel Inn _‘.t a luncheon given at Clarniel I Inn Tuesday. August 26, Mrs. H. R. Dickinson of bloodsport uti— nounccd the engagement of her daughter Rose Dickinson, to Lt. Claude 'W. Smith. .'Ir., of Ames, Iowa. The bride—elect is well known in Shelton, having attend- ed schools here and in San Diego. She also is graduate nurse of the French Hospital in San Francisco. Lt. Smith, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Claude W. Smith of Ames, Iowa, is a graduate of Drake University where he was; affiliated with Alpha Tau Omega. He is now stationed at Gray Field, Fort Lewis, with the Army Air Corps. Guests at the luncheon included Mesdames Earl Riebow, George Ashbaugh. Don Soule, and Abe Shallenberger and the Misses Bet— ty and Margaret Vail, Esther Carlson, Rose Zella Deeny and the guest of honor Rose Dickinson and the hostess Mrs. Dickinson. The table was charmingly set with late summer flowers and the hap- py news was revealed by minia- ture airplane placecards. Lake, Isabella Club Holds Regular Meet The regular meeting of the Lake Isabella Club was held in the dining hall of Maple Beach on Wednesday, August 27 with ten members present. Turner was hostess for the after- noon. A potluck dinner wasl Served with bouquets of dahlias decorating the table. Discuss-1 ion of Red Cross sewing followed the opening of the meeting by the president, Edna Johnson, and the Flag Salute. Vera Hunting- ton won the penny drill and birth- day gifts were exchanged. I Picnic At Sharer’s Held Last Sunday A group of former Kansas neighbors and schoolmates pic- nicked at the G. E. Sharer’s home Sunday. Those present were Mrs. gon, daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Percy Watkins, Ben and Art Sander- son, Bertha and Leslie, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Markley. Anna Marie and Tommy, all of Puyallup, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Jensen, Pearl and ,Anna of Harper, L. H. Sharer of Toledo and Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Mr. Mr. and Mrs. last Friday for Calgary, Alberta, and Mrs. ther of Mrs. LeDrew and Mr, VVinsor. 3 \ Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Grunert of week with their son, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Grunert. They were ac— is a cousin of Grunert. Visit Portland Mrs. M. C. Zintheo, her mo—‘ ther, Mrs. Groham and Mrs. C.‘ ,. drove to Portland, Oregon on Monday for a short visit there. Mrs. Dittman Entertains For Emoto Club Members Mrs. Harry Dittman “entertain— ed at her home last Friday eve— ning for the members of the Emoto Bridge Club. Honors werel won by Mrs. Frank Fentiman. Mrs. J. H. Gray and Mrs. Harold Guests for the evening were Mrs. Charles Walton and Mrs. Richard Attwood of Steila— coom City. Refreshments were served during the evening. American Legion Auxiliary Slate Meeting For Sept. 8 The regular meeting of American Legion Auxiliary Wil1 the be held Tuesday, September 2 atl . t 8 p. m. in the Memorial Build- ing. Reports will be made on the convention by Eula Martin, and Martha Witsiers. Mrs. R. W- Coates‘ report will be read, also remarks on the convention Will be given by Esther Perry who at- tended also. Several important decisions for the next meeting W111 be made. 'Degree Of Honor Executive Committee Slate Meeting ' The Degree of Honor Executhe Committee will hold a 1:30 des- sert luncheon with Mrs. John Cormier on Tuesday, September 2. All members are urged to be there. W.C.T.U. County Convention Slated For Friday, August 29‘ The annual County Convention of the Women’s Christian Tem‘ perance Union will be held a Twanoh State Park on Friday, August 29th, starting at 10:30 a. m. Mrs. Walter Elliott, county president, will preside. A POt' luck luncheon will be served at noon in the fireplace dining room. Reports will be given during the day by the county directors. AHY‘ one wishing transportation is re‘ quested to be at the Methodist Church at 9:30 promptly as all cars will leave at that time. Visiting Mother _ Mr. and Mrs. Frank WoJaCk and daughter, Barbara, of M11d Mountain Dam are visiting her mother, Mrs. Alvin Butler and vacationing on the Canal. I Shelton Visitor I , From Oregon Leroy Barger of Eugene, gon arrived tonight to spend 3 few days visiting his sister, EVe' lyn Schoengarth and other Shel— ton friends. First Rainbow Meeting Is Scheduled Sept.’2nd The first meeting of the Order Evelyn l . l I , COUT JONAL‘ Mr. and Mrs. on Pear street MAEElEDiN'OiQYMriAEEC George Warren were married August 16 and are now at home to friends at their new home in Mountain View addition to Olympia. groom is the son of Mrs. F. F. Warren of Route 1, Shelton, and a graduate of Irene S. Reed high school. with Shelton printing and newspaper concerns since his gradu- ation from school in 1932 but for the past three years. is the former Joyce Peterson of White Salmon, Wash. ENTLY; in Olympia The He has been connected His bride Scout Mothers Plan Meeting The Scout Mothers of Troop 25 will meet With Mrs. Ray Cooki at her Franklin street home on: Wednesday, September 3 at 2i p. m. Plans for the Winter pro—i gram will be made at that timo‘ and all the mothers are urged to g be present. Smart Tweeds With Young Ideas! FITTED COATS 9.90 Popular reefer style in fashion- wise herringbone tweed I Snug- ged in at the waist—it has just enough flare in the skirt. and smart notched pockets. You'll. want it the minute you see it and you'll find it amazingly easy to buy on our Lay-Away Coat Club. Sizes 12 to 20. Shower Proof Station Wagon Coat 3.98 Natural Gabardine with bright red trimming and red-lined de- tachable, reversible hood. 80H00b2”-= fitgéifififigait PENCIL BOXES ..49¢ Pencil TABLETS 8¢ LUNCH BOXES ..25¢ Two Ring Binder 25¢ Ink TABLETS 8,6 Loose Leaf Paper 8;" Typing PAPER .. 8¢ CRAYOLAS 8¢ & 15¢ Pen & Pencil Set _. 25¢ of Rainbow for Girls,' is slated for Thursday, September 2nd at 7. .30 at the Masonic Temple. 1' Attend “’edding Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Painter of Shelton were invited to the wed- ding of Miss Nadine Moore .. .4 . ..... of l Olympia and J. Hunter Dickin- son of Tumwater. was held Sunday. afternoon Olympia at the First Christian K Church. : . Young Men's CORDOROY PANTS 2.98 pr. Winners for wear! Zipper front, heavy drill pockets. —~ W'aist sizes 29—36. Men’s SHIRTS, SHORTS and BRIEFS 25¢ ea. Broadcloth shorts. front. Shirts and combed yarn. y Gripper briefs in Men’s CASUAL COATS 4.98 6.90 — 7.90 _ Plain colors and some in her- ringbone stripes. Sizes 36-42. Men's SPORT SHIRTS 1.49 Long sleeves. New fall shades. Sizes S-M—L. SPORT ANKLETS pr. Strongv—Built for hard wear. Sizes 61/2-101/2. Girl’s Tuck-Stitch: PANTIES & VESTS 25¢ ea. Warm and comfortable. S-M-L. Girl’s ‘Little Miss Prep PANTIES & VESTS 25¢ ea. “" Long Wearing rayon fabrics. Sizes 2-14. Sizes Girl’s RAIN CAPES 1.98 White and blue with red and blue hood attached. Size 6-14. Boy’s JUNIOR LONGS 1.49 & 1.98 Just the thing for long wear. Sizes 4-8. The. wedding; ~ in I " Thursday, Agust , n .5 amty S '- Upstairs in the L. M. Bui1d UNDER NEW MANAGE 0 Mrs. Nellie Spinharncy announces her 71w this popular beauty shop and pledges , ‘1 patrons of the shop the expert knowle Bowling years in the business, six of these yea‘ 01‘ openj Shelton. and con . You. are Cordially Invited f0 " Your Next Beauty Appomt, at THE VANITY'S'., Phone 305 2nd Floor L. M. 131. fire invit Secretar Introducing eREXBC CONDITIONER and I-IUMIDI THE MACHINE THAT HOME OWNERS RA lfGives “after the rain” air in your home. Z—WCorrectly humidifies at any temperature. 3~7Dcodorizes all cooking odors. I . 4—Washes dust free from the air you HAVE to 5—Cuts house-cleaning time in halfA—dust Once-a Ob”? of“ 7g-All within an actual operation time of only less (according to number of rooms). 6 8—Gets house dust at its source. Eliminates all “5 methods. 6gEliminates two—thirds of your cleaning PI" 9—Requires no service of any kind. 10—Built to last a lifetime. (Full approval of Us 7' ing laboratory). Phone 120 for Appointing To See this Amazing Machlnzi ' FOR LIMITED TIME ONLY IN SHELTQH Men’s “All-Wool” DRESS SLACKS 5.90 pr. See these fine, new slacks. All the latest fall shades. Men’s SLACK SOCKS \ 25¢ pr. The latest in style and color. Long-wearing. Men’s “Sportclad” SWEATERS 3.98 All-wool-HPlain and mixed col- 0‘11‘5. Zipper front. Sizes 36- 4 -. Young Men’s COACHER COATS 6.90 Water-repellant. Zip front. A real style hit. — Finger-tip length. Boy’s CLIP-0N BRACES 25¢ , Girl’s “Cherry Lane” SWEATERS 1.98 ea. Button and zipper fronts. Long sleeves. Sizes 8-16. Girl’s SKIRTS 1.49 ea. Rayon worsted. Navy, royal, red and brown. Sizes 8-16. G i H ’s CAMPUS HOSE 25¢ pr. Long-Wearing- cotton hose bright colors. in Boy’s FELT HATS 98¢ New fall shades, felt. All - wool