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L ESIGNs AND ' BOUQUETS Whel“e. anytime Hunts out and kills moth life even In mums and folds. The approved method for ending moth infestation In clothei. I sew”? , E sul Your CLOTHES Iu SANITEX BAGS Double ruled to keep your moth- free dry cleaned clothe: protected from moth dun- Ize. dust and dirt uuul bu in N, ngnch f— "EX SERVICE m3 at 7 ' ty & Dry and Sun . , u .1 Na ‘ Mud 3 car Will tell you that is, 1: var 1e “lei . hi . imask, onv CLEANING ‘ , mus moms 1 Your Doctor Wants To Keep You Well to Tread . . . Bluejackets In Alaska Prepared What the —w~cl—l-dressed blue— jacket will wear in Alaskan wa— ters was recently announced by the Navy‘s Bureau of Ships. The equipment will coiiSist of jacket, trousers and helmet of jungle cloth, a close-knitth fab- ric. as nearly impervious to Arc- tic winds as can be. In addition, the well - dressed ‘sailor on the Arctic station will ‘be equipped with a wool felt .boots to withstand the. winds of the North Pacific and the Bering Sea. 93 , Correspondingly heavy garments ‘ are being furnished officers in the iAlaska defense force. I _.~WA«—-—« «~— ers. Harold Meade. < : Eniertains Club Mrs. Harold Meade entertained ;the members of the. Emoto bridge , club at her home last Friday eve- ,ning. Mrs. Charles Walton, Mrs. Harry Dittman and Mrs. L. E, Attwood won honors. Delicious. refreshments were served by the. lhOStCSS during the afternoon. lGuests of the club were Mrs, Francis Eacrett, Mrs. L. C. Bur- rell and Mrs. Charles Walton. Rainbow Girls “in Hold Installation The Order of Rainbow for Girls} will hold a public installation Wednesday evening at 7:30 at the Masonic Temple with Miss Bonnie Jean Deegan the installing officer. Miss Carol Jean Hatch- or will be installed as the, new worthy advisor. The public is. invited to attend. lTownsend (‘l‘ub \‘Vill SerVe Ham Dinner will serve a ham dinner at the Memorial Hall on Monday eve- ning, September 15. The dinner will be served from to 8 o'clock. Dancing will follow later in the , evening. leather mittens and arctic-l ' or, ' peplum effect. The Townsend Club of Shelton} . L1 b._-~. -L. — a, -~\~..1_A1 l Marie Jacoby \les In Olympia On Thursday Miss Marie .lacoby, daughter of F.l. F. Jacoby of Shelton. and W. ‘M. Bloom, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bloom of Lyndon, Wash- ington, were married in the St. John’s Episcopal Church, Olym- pia, on Thursday evening, Septv ember 4. Reverend T. E. Jessctt read the 7 o’clock service. The bride chose a gown with a pale pink satin bodice and sheer bouffant skirt. Her pale lpink veil fell in soft folds from 'a tiara. Her rounded bouquet was formed of gardenias and .stephanotis centered with or- ‘chids. and backed with white satin ribbon in an apron drop. Before the ceremony, Elmer Maier played nuptial organ mus- ic. Mrs. A. C. Pederson, sister of the bride, was her matron of hon- wearing blue taffeta made with a full skirt. Her bouquet was fashioned after the bride's in SHELTON—MASON COUNTY JOURNAL ill Willi PHONE 100 .__.____....__ —-——.._- I Donaldson-Booth W’edding Held At Baptist Parsonage Miss Mary Louise Booth, dangli- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Booth and Blanton Donaldson, son Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Donaldson of Zillah, VVash., were united Baptist Parsonage. The four o'clock service was performed by the Reverend J. O. Bovee. The young couple were attended by Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Bezlcy, sister and brother-in-law of the bride. chose a navy,blue crepe princess dress and matching accessories. Shape, with peach gladiolas and French blue forget-me—nots com- bined with pink bouvardia against pink and blue satin ribbons. Bridesmaids were Miss Rose Stae- . heli and Mrs. Edwin Schelde who wore gowns of pink and blue taffeta made alike with long sleeves and full skirts under a Their bouquets were also rounded with minute gladiolas and pink bouvardia and ‘larkspur against pink satin rib- mon with a blue edge. The church was decorated in all white gladiolas and Chrysan- themums nd tall white tapers. Edwin chelde was the bestl man and ushers were M. E. Bowl-l er and H. F. Eichelberger. l The reception was held in thel home of Mrs. Reita Flagstad,l where the bride’s table held mirror container, with white rosebuds, gardenias and bouvar- dia in the bouquet. White glad—l iolas, asters and white candles‘ were used through the rooms. The couple will make their home at 1011 Fifth Avenue on their return from a wedding trip East. Mrs. Bloom has been em- ployed in the Washington State Tax Commission and her hus—l band, who is a graduate of Wash‘ ington State College. is withI the State Highway Department. Employed At DeLuxo Salon Miss Helen Phillips, daughter of Mrs. Rose Phillips of Dayton and a graduate of the Shelton high school is now employed at the DeLuxe Beauty Salon. .Canal Women Open New Season, Shape V hung that “Fools rush in where angels fear to tread” ' aI’l'lly to the casual manner with which people ac- Mclne containing thyroid. and the claims made by , Web remedies. Thyroid in any form should not AexCept under the direction of, and CONTINUED ‘ lON of your doctor. every person who needs thyroid tment, is an INDIVIDUAL problem and requires y before the proper dosage can be determined, eful supervision is necessary to be sure of results. . ealls lightly and slowly. your physician has too much respect for the po- lous gland substances to use them indiscrimin- y have their scientific uses. and are achieving ex- ul results where indicated, but they certainly are . ng with which the layman can tamper. lh l L, jlie p 5‘:- l'educlng medicine,“ V ulmtance, which may be a boon to health, if ad- ' Properly—WHEN NEEDED. But only your doctor * 1’19 Whether or not you NEED it. uhlic About the Doctor" appears weekly in this paper. I yrold substance without scientific supervision is wall]? may result in chronic trouble. Thyroid is not a It is a potent, powerful, I‘ D C: ’ ‘ V l CHAR!) E. GRENaBlEQG. Pr‘op. ’_ g‘ ' llESBRIPllUflS IS THE lllllSl IfllPllllllllll Pfilll [ii DUB BUSINESS 3;”? patented , . to p if“ F . ~ iiv‘éle'phr‘: he]?! ‘ Decoret ~Baweal’ Floor 5 " Speeditc, o “la-1t Varv . \New Pure 00M . I incl. And—only one to a customer. plus a $2.99 purchase of any of the Fuller Paints listed above buys a handy, unfin- ished kitchen ladder. Offer applies only to retail pur- chases from Sept. 8 to 20, PANY re Quality Meets Price” lYear’s Schedule By Geneva Short I Publicity Chairman I The Hood Canal Women's Club met for the initial meeting of the year on Thursday, September 4th, at 11:00 a. m., in the Hoodsport Clubrooms. In the absence of the lpresident, Mrs. Lucille Robinson, first vice-president, presided in her usual efficient and pleasant manner. The year's program was adopted lwith some change from the cus- Itomary procedure. The first lmeeting of each month will be [devoted to business and a formal afternoon program. The second i Pritchard, Shelton, and a number from Mrs. Adams, and Mrs. Read's Sister. Mrs. Brown. A number of others, as well 215' I meeting of the month will in- clude a business meeting and work for Welfare and National Defense, largely through Red lCross, and only short, informal talks. The group voted to sponsor Mrs. A. M. Young of the Seattle Art Museum on October 2nd, which will be Guest Day, with a very small charge for all. The gen- eral public and club women thru- out the county are urged to at- tend. as she will present “Art Of The Americas" as a. request program of the General Federa- l tion of Women’s Clubs. l Another October event will be the Boy’s Night, which will again take the form of a. Hallowe'en party, and the girls will this year be included as guests. Mrs. Spencer Read, Library Chairman, whose untiring efforts are developing such a fine li- brary at the clubrooms, gave her report and made especial mention of gifts of books, thirty volumes ’of fine material from Mrs. C. I. l magazines and pamphlets, have been or will be made available in a short time. Mrs. Read inaug- urated a “White Elephant" table, which she started with contribu- tIOnS 0f home-made bread and 'm'flrmalade. for sale for the ben- lefit of the library. Anyone in- terested in this worthwhile proj- ect IS invited to contribute any ObJ'BCt Which may be at hand and not in use. Mrs. H. Nance, public welfair chairman. announced the follow- mg appomtments of chairmen for the. various districts of the club: lUnion .............. .. Mrs. C. S. McGee Hoodsport .......... .. Mrs. Oscar Ahl Tacoma. Camp B Mrs. F. G. Briggs milk-9 CUShman Mrs. Spencer Read Lllllwaup ---- .. Mrs. Pier Robinson The remainder of the afternoon 585810" was devoted to convention reports- .Flrst. the report of the club preSIdent. Mrs. ,Ruie Dickin- son was read by Mrs. P. Robinson, , and was accepted with pleasure' and appremation. Then followed the report of the second delegate, Mrs. Fred Short, who explained 1“ detall,mally features which arel of 6513901211 interest to Federated Chm Womell- Mrs. Lud Ander- sen and MISS Dorothy Roseleaf were present at the State Musical Breakfast, and it is hoped that they W111 be able to report this event "1 detail at a later date. LIBRARY TO BE N EACH THURSDAg'PE Mrs. Jessie Read, librarian, an— nounced last week that the Hood canal Woman’s Club library will be Open each Thursday afternoon from tw‘? t0 four o'clock until fur- ther notice. l I l l a . novelty arrangement in a plasticl at her home on Thursday l Mrs. Bezley also wore a dark crepe dress and both the corsages were made of President Hooverlty Council, rosebuds. Following the wedding Mr. and v,F,w_ sewing Club Mrs. Donaldson left for East of ‘ the Mountains on a wedding trip. Mr. Donaldson is with the U. Army at Fort 0rd, California. Agate P.-T. A. Slate Meeting Members of the Agate P.-T. A. Will meet at the Agate 5011001 wedding was an August social levent. were charivaried house on Friday, September 12 for a regular business meeting. The meeting will start at o'clock. invited to attend. Mrs. Warren Earl Entertain Pioneers Mrs. Warren Earl entertained for the Daughters of the Pioneers. It was a regular business meeting and the fall work was started. Those present for the afternoon were Mrs. Nettie Hodge, Mrs. Min- nie B. Meyers, Mrs. Ann Fraser, and Mrs. Warren Earl. Two Recent Brides Honored On Friday A joint shower in honor of two an d ter, Mrs. Don Mathews, formerly Kidd and Mrs. Mildred Griggs Ot- 0f Hoodsport. new brides, Mrs. Emily Heinol to was held Friday at the W. L. Kneeland home on Route 1, with Baptist Women's Circle Mrs. Arnold Griggs and Mrs. lKneeland co-hostesses. I . Pink and white decorations werel tISt Church Will hold their first I l of merit of her daughter, Gertrude in of Aberdeen. marriage on August 27 in thel hasn't been set but an early fall [and Mrs. Ralph Pigg and Mr. and For her wedding the bri de' will meet with Art Welsh in Sko— S- l komish Valley on Friday, Septem- ber 12th. The public IS cordially ging Company Steel gang, the i r I l I used about the rooms and thel many gifts were presented to Mrs. Otto and Mrs. Kidd in large Wishing baskets decorated in pink and white. A cafeteria lunch was served to Mrs. John Web~ ber, Mrs. Hammonds, Mrs. Earl Dickinson, Mrs. Mary Shelton, Mrs. Anna. Paulson, Mrs. Ray Drebis, the brides, Mrs. Kidd and Mrs. Otto and the hostesses, Mrs. Knecland and Mrs. Griggs. Rainbow Mother’s Club Slated For Wednesday Mrs. Warren Earl will entertain the Rainbow Mother’s Club at her home on Wednesday, Sept- ember 17 at 2 o’clock for a reg-‘ Thursday evening at the home l of Mr. and Mrs. Hal Briggs. Plans ular business meeting. Mrs. W. A. McKenzie Entertain sCIub Mrs. W. A. McKenzie was-host- ess to her bridge club last Thurs- day at her home. Mrs. William Maxwell won honors at cards. A 1 o’clock luncheon was served by the hostess. Royal Neighbors Hold Meeting The Royal Neighbors held a regular meeting on Thursday, September 4, at which time busi- ness matters were discussed. Plans were made for a home cooked food sale to be held on September 20th at the L. M. store. A social meeting will be held on the 18th with Mrs. Ruth Hatch. It will be an all-day meet- ing with a. potluck dinner served at noon. The time will be spent sewing for the Red Cross. Leave On Vacation Miss May Harrison and Miss Bessie Warren left Saturday for a 10-day vacation along the Pa- cific Coast. Rebekah Social Meeting Scheduled For Wednesday The Rebekah Social Club will hold a meeting on Wednesday at the Odd Fellows Hall. Plans will be made at that time for a Dis— trict meeting Which will be held October 10”!- The meeting will start at o’clock Wednesday. Attend GOlden Wedding Mr. and Mrs. Victor Zabroski and Einer V. Matson of Shelton were among. those present at the golden wedding _Celebration of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Wyizorek held at their Elma home. Entertain Niece Mr. and MI‘S- L.. A. Johnson of Grapeview entertained her niece, Mrs. Henry Walker from Wash- ington, D. C., and Mrs. Walker's mother, MTS- C F. Lund. Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Larsen of Tacoma were guests also: The Johnson’s have recently built a. new house on the hall’- Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Skelsey,. with Mr. and Mrs. Horace Skel- Matt-ens Club will meet for sey, Jim. and son. spent the week- end on a visit to Seaside, Oregon. Logan On Thursday. I Mrs. “’right Announces Daughter’s Engagement Monday evening, Mrs. Wright announced the M a r y engage- Elizabeth Wright to Alfred Brecht The wedding d a t e ' wedding is planned. Mr. Brecht is employed with the J. C. Pen- ney Company in Aberdeen. ! Attend Elma Meetings Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Strike, Mr. Mrs. E. F. Martin were in Elma Friday to attend V.F.W. meet-, ings. The ladies attended the‘ 5th district meeting and the men attended the Grays Harbor Coun- The Sewing Club of the V.F.W. Charlvari Held In Dayton For Kidd's Mr. and Mrs. Archie Kidd, whose in Day- ton last Saturday evening by the members of the Simpson Log- wives and friends. After much merry-making Elmer Beckman, on behalf of the group, presented the bride and groom with a beau- tiful floor lamp and received the thanks of the couple. A delicious lunch was served at midnight, after which the guests left wish- ing Mr. and Mrs. Kidd years of happiness. Leaves For California Miss Margaret Wolden, daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Wolden, left for California. Wednesday, for indefinite visit with her sis- Slate. Business Meeting The Women's Circle of the Bap—- business meeting of the new year on Wednesday, September 10. The NEW officers will have charge of the lunch which will be served at 1 o'clock. All members are urged to come and bring a friend with them. Guests Here Mr. and Mrs. Charley Vannicc of Waitesburg, are houseguests this week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Zintheo. Executive Committee Shelton Dance Club Hold Meeting The Executive Committee of the Shelton Dance Club met on were'made for the series of dances to be held this winter. The first "dance will be held on Octoberl 10th at the Memorial Hall. All members will be contacted within the next couple of weeks. The committee is composed of Mr and Mrs. Hal Briggs, chairmen, Mr. and Mrs. Winston Scott, Mr. and Mrs. Al Koch and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jackson. Double H Entertained I By Mrs. Leo Martin Mrs. Leo Martin entertained atl her home for the members of the Double H Club on Thursday, September 4. Following the 1:30 dessert luncheon two tables of cards were in play. Honors were won by Mrs. E. B. Sutton, Mrs.I Hugh Clark and the galloping goose was won by Mrs. W. M.} i Dickie. Mrs. Eugene Brown was the guest of the club. The next meeting will be held with Mrs. Ed Lewis on September 18. Juveniles Of D. 0f H. Hold Saturday Meet The Juveniles of the Degree of Honor held a meeting on Satur- day at the Moose Hall. A pot- luck dinner was served. Nora Jost and Arline Andrews were initiated. The next meeting willlI be on September 20th at 12:30. Visit Balnbrldge Island Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Chase visit- l ed over the weekend on Bain- bridge Island at the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Chase. Dick Chase Honored 0n Birthday, September 6 On Saturday afternoon, Sept-‘ ember 6. Mrs. Ole Johnson en- tertained a few young friends ofl her grandson, Dick Chase, in honor of his 15th birthday. Re-l freshments of ice cream and cake were served. Those present forl the occasion were Shirley Kelly“ Dick Berg, Florence and Frances} Fentiman, George Booth, the honor guest Dick Chase and the| hostess Mrs. Ole Johnson. 0.E.S. Past Matrons Slate Thursday Meet Order of Eastern Star, Past. 21 1 o’clock lunch with Mrs. Claude Join The Navy And See The World But Don’t Let The World See You In Perfectly. UNTIDY CLOTHES.—We Clean Them ” Pantorium Cleaners . Mrs. Mary Kennedy of San Fran- l Ladies 0f Moose Show Defense Hair Styles Long hair gets in the way of girls working in defense industries, so the Chicago and Illinois Hairdressers Association has introduced new hair styles. Shirley Michaels, left; Patricia Bruen, center; and Dorothy Frazier, right, display styles for girls in woodcraft, welding, and aviation industries. respectively. Mrs. Witsiers Busy W’ith Legion Work Mrs. W. A. Witsiers, president . of the 4th District of the Ameri-l can Legion was in Orting last‘ Friday to install officers of the Joseph E. Johnson unit of Orting. She was assisted by members of the Mount Tacoma unit of Eaton- ville. Mr. Witsiers and Mrs. M. A. Clothier accompanied her. Saturday, September 6, Mrs. Witsiers was guest of honor at a tea given by Mrs. Helen Leg- horn, junior past president of the ‘ 4th District, at the Everett B.‘ Rhode hall in Tacoma. The in—' coming and out—going presidents of Eatonville, Orting, Puyallup, Tacoma and Cl0vercrcek, 4th Dis- trict chairmen and Mrs. E. F. Martin were guests, also. Mrs. Witsiers installed officers of the Bruce A. Mercer unit in? Puyallup on Monday, September- 8. She was assisted by the past president. The Puyallup unit presented her with a naval print plate. Accompanying her was Mrs. E. F. Martin, rehabilitation director of Washington, Mr. Wit- siers and Mr. Martin. Amaranths Will Practice Tonight The Amaranth will practice to- night, Tuesday, at o‘clock in, the Masonic Temple. The reg- ular meeting will be held Sept— ember 17. Enjoy Vislt Here With Mrs. Cruson Friday evening Mrs. E. Ander- son, her brother and wife and cisco arrived to spend the week- end with Mrs. Kate Cruson. Sat- urday the group made a trip to Mt. Rainier which all enjoyed very much. The Californians were much impressed by the friendli— ness of the Shelton people, es- pecially at the General Welfare dance. They left Sunday for Canada before returning home. They were neighbors in San Francisco a number of years ago when Mrs. Cruson resided down there. Hold A Meeting The Ladies of the Moose held a well attended meeting on Fri- day, September 5. A good deal of business was transacted dur- ing the evening. A series of, card parties are planned, with the first being held on September 16. A turkey supper is slated for October 10th with further de- tails to be announced later. Salem] Blocks, St. David's Meeting ,‘hangcd To Sept. 24 The first fall meeting of the St. David's Episcopal Ch urc h Guild will be held on September' 24 with Mrs. M. C. Zinthco at her home at o'clock instead of September 10th as formerly stated. I l Page Three More Dental Care Assured Pensioners Olympia, Sept. ll.-—r-An increasn in the funds allotted for dental needs of old age pensioners was announced yesterday by ,social security officials after a meet- ing of the social security com- mittee at which old age pension union heads demanded liberaliza— <tion of the medical aid program. Funds diverted to the dental program will increase total meuv ical aid funds used for dental pur- poses from 10 to 18 per cent. MILLO’S V QUALITY MARKET l DRUGS CROCER IES FRESl-l MEATS ‘ FRUITS FINEST FOODS AT BEST PRICES l . l l HOC DSPORT l l l I DRESS OF THE WEEK "CAMPUS SMOOTHIE”—-The idol of the campus . . . an all around sports frock designed for action with its pearl buttoned blouse of woven rayon jersey, dcbonair with its flung-open collar and smooth patch pockets. The swirling pan- eled skirt of Ki—Kasha Mix wool jersey sports a belt in the same fabric. In tan and natural, or grey and Oxford. Sizes 11 to I7. As Low as $10 for $20 and $25 ANGLESIDE DISTRICT WITHIN A MILE or inclusmfss AND WORKING SECTIONS or sueuou Unimproved Lots on unopened streets 30 x 100, CHEAP Bunnie LOT” I l $7.98 210 x 240, suitable for opening with some clearing effort, as. low as $150 Better located lots near opened streets, One Block, 185 x 250, partly cleared and with fruit trees, can be prepared for building in 1 day, $300. More conveniently located lots fully cleared for $100 and up according to location. Also several tracts of unimproved lands in the bottom of good soil, for sale cheap. Terms to aid builders will be given on any of these properties to encourage builders. FOR, INFORMATION, SEE H. G. ANGLE Angle Building