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September 4, 1941     Shelton Mason County Journal
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Page Six Walker-Miller \Vedding Performed In Aberdeen ! Coming as a complete surprise to their many relatives and friends was the announcement of the marriage in April of Miss! Peggy Miller, daughter of H. L. Miller. and David “’alker, son of Mrs. Neil McPhee of Lake Isa- bella. The marriage was per- formed on April 28 in Aberdeen. «Both the bride and groom are »- -om< graduates of the Irene S. Reed high school, the former with the class of 1941 and the latter with the class of 1936. l Pendleton Visitors Leave On Monday Mrs. V. S. Kelley of Pendieton,~ Oregon, who spent the Labor Daf.’ weekend with her parents. 1 and Mrs. Arch Ellis. left Monday, tak- ing with her Lee Patterson and Forrest Patterson. her grandsons. The two boys. who are the great- grandsons of Mr. and Mrs. Ellis. have spent their vacation with lnue. and Mr. and Mrs. 'Bechtold and family Shelton Visitors To South Dakota. Return Mrs. W. S. Rawding and son, Jack of 1044 East Dearborn Ave- Emanual of Shelton returned to their home Tuesday ,evening from a three weeks' visit < While the-re. to South Dakota. they attended the White River Frontier Days. Mrs. Raivding visited a daughter in Wood, S. D, and the Bechtold family visited relatives at White River and .Tindall, S. D. Port Angeles Vtisitors Mrs. Harry DeShiclds and -daughter, Marlene, nave been spending the past two weeks "in Port Angeles, where Mr. DeShields is doing construction work at an airport. Visitors At Hendrv Home Mr. and Mrs. Fernard Lucian and Mr. David Hendry of Taco- ma were guests at the Gordon Hendry home last week. In: ‘_ them here. Ml. NSTRHMENTS Agents for Selmer, Bundy Elkhart, Buescher Band Instruments STEWART-WARNER RADIOS Full Supply of Str instruments and :Si’ixoplimle. We invite comparison in prices on any band 0 r orchestra instru— ment. w- Recds for ings for Stringed Clarinet Used instruments may be left for sale on small commission charge. F. E. Beckwith JEWELRY and Many conditions, in present-day living, work against obtaining enough vitamins from the diet alone. For one thing, appetite must be good. Otherwise, vitamin intake is quite likely to‘be subnormal simply becau‘gér we don’t eat enough. Or, even if the amount of food consumed is sufficient, the balance may be incorrect. Dental disorders, under-nutrition, poor appetite, lack of resistance to certain diseases, bone defects in chil- dren and adults. impaired intestinal function, lack of energy result of an intake of vitamins barely sufficient to prevent more serious troubles. Such conditions can be cor- rected most readily through an adequate intake of Specified vitamins in pharmaceutical form, prescribed by Performed On Saturday Saturday morning, August 30th, ! Miss Emily Louisa Heinold and! Charles Archie Kidd repeated their; marriage vows together at the! . Mount Olive Lutheran Church. The ! bride is the daughter of Mr. and! Mrs. Herman Helnold of Route 1,! Shelton, and the groom 's the! son of Mr. and Mrs. Rex Kidd of: Dayton. ! The marraige was soiemnized! by the Reverend R. C. Muhly in! {a 9:30 morning service. i The bride was charmngly gown- ! ed in a street length dress of! biog: alpaca cut on princess lines, with a rcceda green jacket, which; buttoned down the front. \Vhite, flowers formed her corsage and! :her accessories were of dark‘ ibrown. Miss Elsie Heinold. the. !bride's sister, was the maid of: l honor. She wore a flowered crepc' dress with black acoessories. Pink : flourers formed her corsa‘ge. i E William Kidd, brother of thcl groom. was the best man. l ; Following the wedding an in—! formal reception was held at thei home of the bride’s parents. Ed- na Griggs and Nancy Kanda were ‘ in charge of serving and Eliza-! beth Pauley poured. Elsie Heim! old was in charge of the guesti book. ! Mrs. Heinold chose a dark blue: rayon alpaca dress with white ac- cessories and an artificial cherry corsage. Mrs. Kidd wore a grey! flowered crepe gown with black; accessories. After a wedding trip to HO'l quiam the couple will make their home at Dayton. Both attended the Shelton schools, the groom graduating from the Irene S. Reed, high school with the class of 1929. ! The groom is employed by thel Simpson Logging Company. ' ! Kidd—Heineld Nuptials ! I “1.8.0.8. Slate Fall ' Meeting For September 10th . ' The Women’s Society for Chris-! tion Service of the Methodist' ‘Chureh will hold their first fall! meeting on Wednesday, Septem- ber 10, at the church parlors at 2 p. m. An interesting study of the Power of \Noman in the local ullllI’Ch will be participated in by. Mrs. W. M. Elliott. Mrs. H ughl Hamilton and Mrs. Robert C. John. son. Mrs. Bernice Stewart will render special music. The host- esses for the day will be Mrs, Leo Martin and Mrs. Hugh Harm! ilton. All interested women are? invited to attend. Degree Of Honor \Vill Meet Sept. 9 The members of the Degree of; Honor will meet at the Odd Fel-f lows Hall on Tuesday, September 9 at 8 o'clock. It will be a kid’s party and all members are to come dressed as young children. All members of the drill team are stationed there with the C 0 as t requested to be present to put on work at that time. the physician and available at prescription counters of responsible drug stores. I TAM N VITAMIN A VITAMIN B VITAMIN C VITAMIN D VITAMIN G Lucien LeLong o Balalaika Cologne will make your spirits dance lo its frol ickng fragrance. 81, $1.50 Convenient Travel Pac with atomizer. 3 1.50 ' Balalaika Dusting ‘ Powder 1.50 Balalaika Solid Cologne 1.50 Balalaika Talc 1.00 FIB Essential along with the other vitamins for normal growth. Helps to re-establish FUNCTIONS resistance to infections in general when body supplies are low. Of value in correcting and preventing beriberi ( a cer ain type of multiple neuritis), and of value in securing optimal growth in infants and children. Builds up appetite. Prevents and cures scurvy. Dental caries, pyOr'rhea. lack of appetite, anemia and undernutrition may be accompanying signs of Vitamin C deficiency. Specific for the prevention and treatment of rickets and tetany in infants and chil- dren and certain bone disorders in adults. Prevents and heals certain lesions at the angles of the mouth ahd of abnormal con- ditions of the skin of the lips, around the mouth, eyes and nose when lack Vitamin G. in 4¢c¢ance America’s Finest Perfumes 100 Lilly Betalin s Thiamin Chlorid 1 mg I. 1.12 405 Lilly 3813"“ Compound Pulvules ...................... .. 1.44 100 Lilly Beéalin Compound Pulvules ...................... .. 3.60 ' 50 Upjohn erelexin Compound Tablets 1.34 Lentherlc 200 Upjohn Cerelexln Compound Tablets ....... __ 4.59 100 Squibb 6'/2 gr. 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An invitation has been extend- ed to Olympia Auxiliary to join with the Shelton group in a joint installation on September 16. The Eatonville Installation team is being asked to assist. Mrs. Vv'it- siers will be the installing officer. Rebekah Social Club V‘i’ill Meet W’edncsday Members of the Rebekah Social Club will meet Wednesday at the Odd Fellows Hall at 2 o'clock. It? is hoped that there will be a good attendance present as this will ‘ be a very important business meet- ing. Refreshments will be serv— ed aftcr the meeting. Visit Parents Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Sheppard of Seattle spent the Labor Day weekend viSiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ray VVlieatly.’ ‘ Shelton \Vomen’s Chorus Slate Special Meeting There will be a special business meeting of the Shelton Women’s Chorus on Tuesday evening, Sept- ember at 7:30 o’clock in the band room of the senior high school. All members are urged to attend as several questions of vital importance to every member. must be settled. Return From Vacation To California Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Scott and Mr. and Mrs. Martin Stevens returned on Saturday from 'a va— cation trip to San Francisco, Cali- Visits were made with Bennett Boardman at Newport, Oregon and Bertha Baker and with other relatives in California. Leave For Newport Mr. and Mrs. H. K. Blake left early Wednesday morning for Newport, Oregon, to visit her son, Bennett Boardman, who is Guard. 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Kingston Visitors l 3 Miss Alice Hendry Weds In Tacoma Friday Evening At the First Methodist Church: in Tacoma Friday evening, on the! forty-first wedding anniversary of; her parents, Miss Alice Hendry,; daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George! M. I‘Icndry of Tacoma, was united in marriage to Albert J. Brer— ningcr of Tacoma. Before an al-: tar banked with palms and white gladioli, the Rev. Ernest Barber read the marriage vows. “At Dawning" and “Because” were. sung by Mrs. George Pagelow of i' .Bremerton, accompanied by Missl Doris Helen Smith, organist, and! Mrs. Duncan McLarcn. pianist. ! . . . . l Gwen in marralge by her ia-; ther, the bride wore traditional! white satin fashioned with :1! sweetheart neckline and long! sleeves with the full skirt falling! into a rain. Her veil of white! not edged with lace, was held by! a tierc of seed pearls and orange. blossoms. A necklace of pearls! was her only ornament, the gift; of the bridegroom. Gardenias! ‘ roses and stephanotis formed the all-white wedding bouquet, which’ ! was tied with wide satin ribbons. ! Miss Nora Hendry of Portland; gsister of the bride, was maid of lhonor. She wore a green moire; :faille frock and carried roses and; gladioli in a colonial bouquet. Mrs. l John Molesky, similary gowncd; ‘in orchid faille and carrying“ a: lcolonial bouquet, was matron of! ! honor. ! ! Attendants were Mrs. Stephen! Hale, cousin of the groom, Miss, Ruby Elson, cousin of the bride,: Miss June Shinkle and Mrs. Fernard Lucien in rose and aqua moire faille identically made. They carried colonial bouquets of roses and gladioii in contrasting shades. Fernard Lucien was best man, and ushers were David S., L. Ger-E . don. Douglas P., and G. Cameron ; Hendry, brothers of the bride, and ‘ Stephen Hale. For the recepition in the church" parlors, larkspur, cosmas, asters and gladioli were used in the! floral arrangements. Mrs. Hen- dry, wearing a dusty rose chiffon! dress trimmed with rose beading! and an orchid corsage, and Mrs. Brerninger, in powder blue' ,silk with a corsage of roses amd gardenias, received the guests With the wedding party. , Assisting at the supper were! Mesdames Alfred Hodges, R. E. Carty, C.l L. Peterson, L. Gordon Hendry, G. Cameron Hendry,. Douglas P. Hendry, A. I. Cochran! and Clifton A. Erdahl. ! Mrs. Brenninger chose for her, going away costume a black tail—i ored suit with an off the face hat and white accessories. She wore 7a corsage of gardenias. Follow-‘ ling a two—weeks’ wedding trip by l motor, the new home will be made r‘ at 416 South 1. Street, Tacoma. g _ Those from Shelton invited to‘ the wedding were: Mr. and Mrs.‘ Harry Hurst, Mr. and Mrs. Burt Hurst, Mr. and Mrs. Robert C., Springer, Mr. and Mrs. Harry De- ‘ Shields, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Kim-! bel, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Aden,j er. and Mrs. Edgar Osterberg.‘ Mr.‘ ‘and Mrs. Gordon Hendry and/ Mr. and Mrs. Mark Ryan from. ' Cushman Dam. l l DeMolav Mothers ! Slate Meeting ! The regular meeting of t h e = Mothers Club of Shelton, Order of l at the Masonic Temple. All mem- r ternoon, September 8, at 2 p. m.,! !bers are urged to attend the: meeting. Mothers And Rebekahs Urged To Do Sewing All Rainbow Mothers and Re- bekahs are urged to join withl other ladies and sew for the Redl Cross at the Memorial Hall On! either Monday, Tuesday or Wed- nesday of each week. Rehekahs Entertain On Tuesday Evening Following the regular 10dge meeting on Tuesday evening the? Odd Fellows entertained the Re- bekahs with a social evening. Re- freshments were served. ‘ Weekend Visitors Here Mr. and Mrs. Graham Binns 0f ‘ Auburn spent the Labor D ay weekend. with Mr. and Mrs- ROb' ert Binns. Will Put On Drill Work .The General Welfare Drill team W111 Put ‘on their work at the| Memorial Hall on Saturday night. ! The general public is invited to, i attend. The meeting starts ati 8 o’clock. General Welfare Club ! Miss Lee Ellis Leaves To Teach Miss Lee Ellis, who spent her vacation with her parents, Mr! I and Mrs. Arch Ellis, left Monday to resume her teaching duties in I the Poulsbo high school, at Pouls- I bo, Washington. Spend Weekend Here Mrs. Betty Pierce, mother of Mrs. I. V. Yule and her sons, Mr-' and Mrs. Glen Pierce and Mr- Everett Pierce, all of Kingston, Wash, spent the Labor Day week- end With Mr. and Mrs. I. V.,Yu1€- Will Meet Saturday The Juveniles of the Degree of' Honor W111 .meet Saturday, Sept" ember 6 at 12:30 p.- m. in the Odd Fellows Hall. A potluck din- ! Her W111 be served. 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