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2. 194.1. . HELTONLNLASON COUNTY JOURNAL Page Tht'e months in Janluflunty Debt For Plays Polo for Picture l . PM8~T L. Bre- (J a r e ' -» I v i r ‘ Shiislififgeiifniii May Be Waivedl ' l . ' v .1 ' ' ' “~— uIJItThs in the fed- Olympia, Aug. 30.7AWashington beforgpgnt when be Counties re a c h e d a tentative 1- Udge Lloyd j agreement with the state where— court VVednes- .by approximately $2,000,000 they In Navy Blue Former Schoolgirl Paying Visit Here I Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Andersen I and their three children were visi- tors in town Saturday, rounding flip a trip to the Coast. Mrs. An- Idersen was Gladys Odson, whose Iparents once owned a farm south [of Shelton and she was regarded addy R9. September. .; m l (V681; ' PHONE 100 3Miss Jane Brokaw Married lVV.(‘.T.U. Convention ‘ : ggdiralid I111" Cfm‘ OWe for care of non-violent insane erVeaIT? B ousmg l patients in state hospitals Wlll be Wit 3 ref “01109” leancelled, it was reported today. a1 10 01159 (Miler i Representatives of county com-I ,: othan Wthh “'35 missioners and prosecuting at- .' Ouser than “10.39! torneys called on Gov. Arthur B. ‘7 mach-68 OVIVInCY‘Stlu Langlie late Friday to ask can-I ur 9“ as be,‘mlcellation of the entire debt. A months awalt- Compromise was reached under 3which counties will pay some prior to April 1, 1938, and the r Jr, of Seattle, state would cancel the remaining » vf’léiakcnd visitor at $1,750,000, plus interest. I i s Cousin, George The agreement will be submit- ted to individual counties for ap-I proval and if accepted, a final. settlement will be reached with . L HALL red and they would have diffi-l 5 ‘Toe . Ballroom culty raising the money if forced; ’ “hath: ' to pay. I “(1 Adults thing since they already have paid the state for such care prior ~ 6 to April 1. 1938. The. 1941 legislature passed two .pital Park 8mg, bills cancelling the debt and free-l Phone 8413 ing counties of havmg to meeti such insane care'costs in the fu-l ture. Langlie vetoed the debt cancellation bill because the state $710,000 they owed for such care; Guns." . . . . . Lew'l . Reason for the horse in this picture is that Sheila Ryan, movie star, I E was . . . oudre bl . had to learnrto ride him for a sequence in her latest picture, “Great I p up In Seattle, Saturday, The 29th The University Unitarian Church in Seattle, Saturday eve- ning, August 29, was the scene for the charming end-of—summer wedding of Miss Jane Franklin ‘Brokaw and Ensign John Clarke Gallup, U.S.N.R. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Franklin Brokaw, former Shelton residents. The service was performed by the Reverend Alexander Winston. The bride was gowned in blush satin cut on Victorian style with a full bodice and dirndl . sk‘rt f‘ . p l XOHX'Victoria Burnett and Mrs. W. H. which extended a long train. Veil of fingertip length fell in Miss Betty Adams of Spokane, maid of honor, wore dusky rose “OWCI‘ hat completed the cos- tume. Miss Adams carried agora- tum and lace flower with Cecil Brunner roses. Mrs. Howard Kresky of Fort bridesmaid. H c r gown was cut on similar lines as that of Miss Adams and she carried similar Held Last Friday The Women’s Christian Teln- perance Union held their annual county convention at Twanoh State Park last Friday, which all)| declared was the best one to! date. Election was held with the. following ladies being elected to office: president, Mrs. W. M. El- liott; vice-president, Mrs. Harold Hunter; corresponding secretary” Mrs. Robert C. Johnson; record-I ing secretary, Mrs. Ed Miller, and» treasurer, Mrs. Tom Rowe. Re— ports werc given by all con n ty directors. Birthdays of Mrs. Snelgrove were honored and each convention from Bremerton. Hood Canal \Vomen's Club . the Hood Canal VVomen‘s Club for the new year, will be held in the club rooms at Hoodsport on} I Thursday, September 4th, at 11 a.m. The regular business meet- ing will be held at the morning session, and convention reports will occupy the afternoon pro- gram. .ood lthe governor next week. Coun- Soft folds from a shirred halo and presented birthday cake' Mrs'! ties sought to have the Whole. iorange blossom arrangement and W- R 00111913 local memberv Who. ,— y , D10 'debt cancelled because the state {the brida] bouquet was of step- recently mmmd t0 Bremerton.§ ? h Wed at the general fund now is out of theI Ihanotis surrounding an orchid. drove a carload of ladies to the l l I i I l [as one of the better pupils of iher grades while in the Shelton schools away back 27 years ago; her short time here being spent in hunting up old classmates. They own a large farm near Grand Forks, Montana, and report good crops of wheat for the past four seasons, this year’s crop promis- ing a good profit if the federal agencies do not take it away from them. DO YOU faille fashioned with b as u e i , M , u. flesh P: c mu l ’ Class Lessons Under the Settlcmflnt ferde bodice and fl it (1 e lum.q A bhte Fir“ Fan eetmg mm” “m can“ “I u- ” Ev ‘ a l p p The first re ular meetin of J ENING. 'many Will not have to pay any-2 graceful sweetheart neckline and ' g g i D O Y O I? N O W ‘3 Destruction Islam], at the mouth of the Hoh River O‘l the. Olympic Peninsula. received its name from the Spanish explorer Hccctn. When the Spaniard came up 'the coast in the closing years of the 18th century he. put in at the island for wood and water. The men sent ashore were killed. His The membership is open to the; » version is that the Indians killed ns‘l‘fi‘Ker 51”} 0‘ navy blue’ the men and tore the ship's boat ii i‘llD-l”ngth Jacket and four I apart for its metaL g r, . . .S _ ) "("kms ‘5 Pnsmua Lane l The Indian story handed down needed the money. I‘Booster Night’ 1 Due Agamilchej I Kamilche, Sept. 2. w Progress‘ ‘Grange met Thursday evening. "sat 7:00 pJVL H. G. Nelson and Robert Scott i, ll. reported shingling the diningroom' :Lsaturday . roof. Plans were made for a! ay “Booster Night”_party in the near future. During lecture hour, Carl Young gave an account of his trip to Yakima last weekend, where he attended a friend’s sil- ver wedding celebration. He.was the only guest that had attended twenty-five years ago. F. M. Keller and son Michael ,of San Louis Obispo, Cal., visited .last week with his sister, Mrs. ‘C. A. Craddick and her family. , Mrs. Robert Scott motored to Tacoma Friday to visit relatives.‘ {Returning with her for the week-i flowers. . . . public, and all interested parties Gordon A' Mowat was best- are cordially invited to join in' 3 ‘i‘ n for her around-the- is that the white men came dur- . man. James G. Watts, Lee Lew- ‘ n MOUNT SPOKANE LODGE I is and Dean and Robert Brokaw, the aCthltleo of the new year. brothers of the bride, ushered. Visits Sister , . , d b ——-——-+— Bcfore the ceremony Miss Eliza,- 0-1; busmess glrls war m 6' ing a feast celebrating the time , .Mr. and Mrs. Frank G. Davisi .110 “L. .. . .On_brimmed navy . pnetiih Kéesky ignia if; trecgptlon and family of Lewisburg’ Penn“ .3...H\;: S‘SItlung sailor hat of. pieservmg the. salmonlfor the e appa p . 0.21 01°F" sylvania recently spent a week: wmter' The Indians .COUd. ’3‘” lty House honored the bridal cou- ' m—m - sell salmon during this religious . his sister's home Mr. andl” lc. Pourn were the Me. ,. at . . . g p 1 ‘3 “am” Mrs. w. M. Elliott. Mr. DaVis,Return From California tggtiffglt‘; E. E. Schenck, William D. San- . non. C. O. Curtiss and Charles R. (I; Ogt‘thgugiifi‘lrt133}? Mrs. A-- M- Hulbert 811d MYS- were killed. Heccta named the Lewis of Shelton. versit , After qpendmg a week Fred Ferris returned last WCd‘lisland, Isla de Wolores, which 5" s nesday night from Californiamname was 1ater changed to De- Mrs. Otto Connor and Mrs. . Robert Evans were in charge of goufigui?algghiaértrgéfx? "3%; where they were called by the i11-.l struction Island, the dining room, assisted by the . . _I mess of Don Hulbert, who is still . Mesdames R. C. Worthington, Rob- 3:315 Journeyed on to P o r t i very ill, but improving steadily. , ert Mason and Gordon Zwiebell ' 3Mrs. Bernard Winiecki left Sat- I _ every night euvers In .’ iar Want-f1 5 . a. or ‘9- '9. c m r. N x I} I: Fct‘leral 3¢) Say It WITH FLOWERS { They Bring Comfort . and Happiness ' FUNERAL DESIGNS AND HOSPITAL BOUQUETs Deliver-d anywhere, anytime Travis Floral Shop ; Shelton Hardware Bldg. Phone 232 270-W and the Misses Betty Gibbs, Phyl- Activettm Slate urday by plane for California. She lis Turnure, Katherine Huick and Dinner Meeting will remain there until her broth- Bett h ld . . . .er is much im roved. y 3a,}: Evil" 5. E Activettes Will meet on . Sept- ' p When the couple left for San ember 10 with Lila Marshall for Francisco, where they will live, a regumr dmner meetmg‘ Mrs. Gallup wore a. green wool costume suit and a. honey-colored coat trimmed with leopard. Her accessories were brown and her corsage was of orchids. I Both Ensign and Mrs. Gallup,l who attended the local schools, are graduates of the University of Washington, where she affil- iated with Kappa Alpha Theta Visit In Winlock Sorority, Theta Sigma Phi, Mor- tar [Board and Totem Club. En- sign Gallup is member of Psi s'i‘l Frate .‘ty, Varsity Boat " . Club. He re- , ,ifgiimzfiemtfthfi glad present from Olympia and 0311- the holiday were Mr. and Mrs. Win Stewart and children Mary Ii O .a 60* CD Return From Hotgprings Mrs. Bernard Winiecki and daughter, Bernadine, and Nancy Marshall, spent ten days at the' Olympic Hot Springs, returning to their home last week. ‘ I D 2 U Leave. For College Leaving for the East today,l Tuesday are the Misses Nita and Nedra Oppelt, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Orville Oppelt. The Capitol Hill Club twins will attend Graceland Col-, Slates Next Meeting lege in Almoni. Iowa, where they The Capitol Hill Club will meet will be. freshmen. with Mrs. Olive Johnson on Thurs— I __.—..___._._____. day, September 4, for a 1 o'clock WE ARE SHELTON meeting. Joy Gustafson will be 'end was her niece, Miss Jean Mather of Arkansas City, Kan- sas. ' Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Nelson were in Yakima over the weekend. Miss Louise Underhill of Belle, v Fourche, So. Dakota, arrived Sat-I urday to spend the winter with~ her sister, Mrs. Wm. Boice. She‘ will attend Shelton high school. Mr. and Mrs. Warren (Buster) Wright of Willamina, Ore., called on old friends Saturday. . i Mrs. John Dotson and children, the assisting hostess, were houseguests at the home of; Mr. and Mrs. John H. Millman'Hcre Over Holiday 0f WiDIOCk from ThUY‘Sday to, Among the former residents of Sunday. Other guests ‘WCI'C Shelton seen around here overi Pilate—Washington Slate Progress Commission and Washington Newspaper Publishers Association Only 32 miles northeast of Spokane, high on a shoulder of Mo nt Spokane, is the new stone and timber lodge built and maintained) =._ the Washington State Park Committee. At an elevation of 5,200 feet, it is ideal for both summer and winter recreation and affords .31 9< O 5 << Sunda dinner uests of Mr.’ ~ - i, tralia. ' . o n Mr 'YB. rt Ra gw re Mr sweeping View of surrounding lake and mountain scenery. ‘ if Reserve School at! Jame and Bill on the Canal, Dr. I a d s e u e . and , I I w k d Here Mrs. E. A. Henderson of Roches-. ,, . ,, “ending the wed_ 68 e" and Mrs. B. Hoffman, who were ‘_ ter, Mr. and Mrs. Lytle Barthol-' , , , ' _:' ding Were. 'f-“iand Mrs. F. A. f anfd Iit’lrs.‘ Ted Mgnlsvtgn ang Visfiing Iflrilendsé; 1t fl K omew and Dave Clark of Cen— ‘ v _ amiy o oqulam, an 1‘. an rs. een reenwa , now 0 tralia. y i S lggzylsMrévIr'Cang Agfi'tci'afid Mrs. S. Morton and childreg Coulee City, where she is em-l ,. . i‘ .’ of Bremerton, spent the weeken ,ployed at the light company. w d .I - ” ‘ ' ' is - 23.? 3531? 3333232 Sims: 2113' with Mrs- W- F- Roberts Mrs. Lottie Doberth who re-l FIR nun JOURNAL an A 9,3": used b3" Shifle fireienbaum I _ cently moved to Seattle from scores of your Il‘lends and y . “sit Seattle "I" Clam“ ! Eastern Washington. Altar Society I Slates Meeting I The Altar Society of the Oath-i olic Church will meet on Thurs- day at 2 o'clock with Mrs. W. T. Furlong at the corner of Fourth and Wyandotte for their usual ' l usiness mee in War Relief Record b if“ . , Baptist Ladies Will 'Sew For Red Cross IS Mrs. Phyllis Brown's group .of One war‘renef activity whichlg‘iful’ifidfiiif “32221332333 Spill: neighbors with great success. ll anity Shop Upstairs in the L. M. Building NDER NEW MANAGEMENT Nellie Spinliarney, formerly of the DeLuxe 5’ Salon, announces her purchase of this popular ‘Attend Parents’ 40th Mrs. Ted Monson, Mrs. W. F. Wedding Anniversary Roberts, Miss Dorothy LaBarr and i Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Grunert at- Palmer Roberts spent Sunday in I tended the 40th wedding anniver- I seattlc‘ sary of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Grunert of Tacoma on! ' ' Friday. A family reunion and Mr. T. W. Grunert’s birthday were also celebrated at the same time. Pink and white color] scheme was carried out for the occasion. KILLS MOTHS Hunt: out and kill: moth life even in IGIIIII and foldo. The Approved method for ending moth info-lotion In clothel. A. f M0 fir... 'VOIJR CLOTHES Eastern Star Members shop and pledges to bring to patrons of the 9 expert knowledge of eight years in the busi- X Of these years being in Shelton. I .1“ Special until September 20 i gular $3.50 PERMANENT WAVE for $2.98 1 I I You are Cordially Invited to make Your Next Beauty Appointment «’ VANI'Ia'Y SHOP ‘ g°ne 305 2nd Floor L. M. Bldg. lEXAco scum: RePresentative in Mason County for fig PRODUCTS COMPANY . ~ ‘gh Grade Fuel and Dcisel Oils ‘ ‘ROMPT PERVICE ~‘ Franklin Phone 397 a ‘ You *REIGHT : BY BOAT . Ii‘ {EST FREIGHT SERVICE gh D00R DELIVERY IN SHELTON I t r a htshquld be routed via Str. Indian, Ferry Dock. ' Vla Str. Skookum Chief, Milwaukee Dock No. 2 ' £21m Schedule as follows: 931a daily, execept Sunday, at 5 p.m. for w Olympia and Shelton g. «Re; Shelton daily, except Sunday 'l‘ri es Dr peach harvest. 010 for Shock S“: birthday. vacationing in her native Arkansas, Frances Wilson, a Powers : model. Vlslts Highland Orchard, largest in tile world, to attend the l , Will Meet On Friday The first fall meeting of the Eastern Star will be. held Sat- urday. September 6 in the Ma- sonic Temple at o'clock. A the well-rounded meeting with initiation holding the spotlight. Mrs. Charles Dahlman Henor Guest At Party Mrs. Marvin Biehl and Mrs. George Dunning entertained at the latter's home on Friday with a luncheon in honor of their mother, Mrs. Charles Dahlman’s The afternoon was spent socially and playing games with Mrs. Dahlman and Mrs.‘ Jack 'Barnum winning prizes. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schulz, Mrs. A. Gustafson, Mrs. George Kandra, Mrs. Bar- num, Mrs. Fred Rietdorf, Mrs. Erick Shulz, all of Olympia, and Mrs. Bill' Mallows, the honored guest and the hostesses. Mrs. Dahlman received many 10 ve l y gifts. Attend Golden Wedding Anniversary In Oregon Mr. and Mrs. Chalmer Saegcr, accompanied by Mrs. Avis Sacger, I. M. Noble and Mrs. Oscar Oak- ley, attended the golden wed- , ding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. .W. Oakley in Oregon City, on August 23. The W. Oakleys will be remembered as former resi- dents of Shelton. Attend Rod; Mr. and Mrs. Chalmer Sacgcr attended the Ellensburg Rodeo. Visiting In South Dakota MI‘S. Arnold Saeger and her mother, Mrs. C. D. Clark left‘last week for South Dakota where they will visit for several weeks. Mrs. Paul Marshall Entertains Friday ' Mrs. Paul Marshall was host-A ess Friday afternoon for a birth- day party given in honor of Mrs. A. M. Hulbert and Mrs. Fred Fer- ris, at her home. The afternoon was spent socially with the hon- ored guests receiving many love- ly gifts. Refreshments were served during the afternoon. large group is expected to attend} has been little publicized is The} Christian Science War Relief Committee, with main offices at Boston, Massachusetts. Two thous- and nine hundred and ninety-nine cases—half a million garments —‘ valued at $489,368.23, in the nine. months of the Committee's exist- ence, is their record to date. Only new. garments or those comparable to new are accepted by the Committee. These are fur- nished almost entirely by mem- bers of the Christian Science de— nomination. It is the purpose of the Com- mittee in the United States to keep its depots in England sup- plied with an adequate amount of clothing and blankets for em- ergencies; so, the London Com- mittee is becoming known as a storehouse from which emergen- cies can be met. This was eVl- denced by the fact that crates of clothing from this Committee when the great fire occurred in London, The Christian Science Wartime Committee was able to meet an appeal for blankets. Not only are garments made by sewing units in about thirteen hundred places throughout the United States, but thousands of new garments are purchased and sent, from a War Relief Fund generously contributed by Chris- tian Scientists. Three motor kit- chens have been sent and a motor truck or van is maintained in England for quick deliveries. The Committee in Boston is grateful for the record of goods because services are so largely voluntary, its overhead expense is only 4.1 per cent. It also re- joices that less than one per cent of the goods shipped has been lost by sinkings. The main depot for shipping to England is located in Boston, but shipments are also made from Portland, Oregon; New York City and Los Angeles. sent as well as for the fact that, RETURN FROM SPOKANE Mrs. Don Graham and son Joel Francis, returned last Thursday after a three-weeks’ visit with Don’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. F. I were first to reach Coventry; andl Red Cross on Wednesday after- noon. Leave Canal Mr. and Mrs. Karl Sjoblom (Barbara. Bishop) left Monday for their home in San Diego. Mrs. Sjoblom had been visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed K. Bishop on Hood Canal. Meet In Bremcrton The ladies of the. W.C.T.U. will meet in Bremerton with Mrs. W. R. Collier on Friday unless fur- l ther notified. to stop up the large ducts. If you know you have gallstone ' keep your system open, and (‘01:: In the liver are countless numbers of tiny ducts, which converge into two. called the right and left “hepatic” ducts. These meet outside the liver and are joined on the way to the intestines. by the “cystic” duct leading from the gall-bladder. Gallstones may occur anywhere in this system, varying in size from the smallest grain to stones large enough Gallstones are composed largely of cholostrin, a substance normally present in certain quantities in the blood. They occur more often in women than men, usually past 40 years of’age, and the person with gallstones is usually overweight. Typhoid fever seems to leave a pre- disposition to gallstones, caused by the infectious germs leaving rough. cned surfaces in the ducts or gall bladder, where the cholostrin crystals can find a place to cling and gather bulk. The most usual symptom of gallstone is "gall-bladder" colic, a severe stomach ache, localizing in the pit of the stomach and often radiating through the back, just beneath the .‘ZhOUldcf blades. Violent contraction of the ducts trying to throw oil the stone, and rubbing of the tender membranes against the stones sets up this severe pain. Relaxation by heat. hot baths or hypodermic may allow the stone to pass one way or the other and give temporary relief. until the stone gets “stuck” again ~ *r-i‘u‘i of your diet, do not overeat .zl; fit/n; doctor. III SANITEX BAGS Double vealed to keep your moth- free dry cleaned clothu protected from moth dom- nge. duu Ind din until bu In Call us for SANITEX SERVICE Mason County Steam Laundry & Dry Cleaners PHONE fa 0m \ RICHARD E. GEE ERG. pr‘op. II filllflli PRESCRIPIHJHS IS “it “11181 lflll’lllllfllll Pfilll [if [llil BIJSIMSS "Tellinq’ille Public About the Doctor" appears weekly in this paper. NCE GARLANDER, President i JUSt for fun, Private Carlos Waltz, Van Wert, 0., tries the shock dmp from the controlled parachute training tower at Fort Benning. Visits Mother Graham in Spokane. Mrs. Graham Mrs. Hal Briggs returned Sat- found the elder Mr. Graham some- m-day to her home after spend- what improved in health, after ing a week in Chehalis with her having suffered an illness for illollier, who is ill, several weeks. For this pictuI-e’ Waltz was hauled 150 feet up. At command, he lbe‘rip cord and dropped 15 feat, to get the jig (it What Immense tensity. a Pi‘lil-‘i’lli‘i' “A” at