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Page Four Miss Dorothy Schmidt Leaves For Islands lRainbow Installation Miss Dorothy Schmidt left this? morning. Thursday, for San Fran- cisco, where she will She will become the Schmidt of Lake Cllshman. with the U. S. Army. 3 Chocolates There’s a flavor to Whitman’s once tasted, always preferred. All packages direct from the makers! Sampler, 17-02. 100 pieces. $l.50. Also the new gift Sampler at 85. Other sizes at $3 and $7.50. Fairhill, the popular box at 31 lb. Call in and select NOWl FIR DRUG STORE GRAHAM THEATRE SHELTON, WASHINGTON :Two 'shQWS every night Starting at 7:00 P.M. I Matinee 2:15 P.M. Saturday and Sunday Admission _10¢ ind 25¢ plus tax (State 2¢‘;.Federal 3¢) Tonite Only 4-9- 15¢ Chester Morris—Richa rd Dix “THE MARINES FLY HIGH” Friday Saturday Ronald Colman “MY LIFE WITH CAROLINE” .Sun. - Mon. .- Tues. Bud Abbott—Lou Costello :“IN THE NAVY” 'iThe Laugh hit of the ~year-é A'riot of mirth from start to finish. leave on'I he Friday for the Hawaiian Islands. Tem ride of Lt. Gene Wilson on her arrival. Miss Schmidt is the daughter of R. H. Lt. Wilson is stationed at the Islands I l I l a616, pharmacist. pharmacist. 20 ed pharmacist BEPUTATION IS BUILT ON Rupert-non l have been filling Doctor's prescriptions at the Fly Drug Store for 20 years, where your prescription is al- ways filled by a graduate registered I have been filling Doctor's prescriptions at the Fir Drug Store for 20 years, where your pre- scription is always filled by a graduate registered l have been filling Doctor’s prescriptions at the Fir Drug Store for 20 years, where your pre- scription is always filled by a graduate registered I have been filling Doctor’s prescrip- tions at the Fir Drug Store for 20 years, where your prescription is always filled by a graduate registered pharmacist. RICHARD E. GRENBERG I have been filling Doctor’s prescrip- tions at the Fir Drug Store where your prescription. is always filled by a graduate registered RICHARD E. GRENBERG , I have been filling Doctor’s pre- scriptions at the Fir Drug Store for years, where your prescription is always filled by a graduate register- RICHARD E. GRENBERG I have been filling Doctor’s pre- scriptions atthc Fir Drug Store for 20 years, where your prescription is always filled by a graduate register- cd pharmacist. RICHARD E. GRENBERG rm nnuo s'ronr: IHatcher. Myrtle Hopland, Virgin- Inaturc, Beth Audrey s. . _._A__AT __ _..__,,-_.___.____.___W AMA __.__L‘._’ A A... Ileld Wednesday Evening Wednesday evening, the Order of Rainbow for Girls, held a pub- installation in the Masonic pie. Those installed by Bon- nie Jean Deegan, installing of- ficer and her assistants, Vera Rowe, Jo Needham, Helen Mae PHO Miss Vera Anker ls Wed In Tacoma Home ia Nelson and Betty Wells, were: Worthy advisor, Carol Jeanne Hatcher; worthy associate advis- The home of Lieutenant Com- 01‘. Carol Wilkie; charity. Dot mander and Mrs. F. P. Mead in Ruckel‘: h0pe. Marjean Berets: i Tacoma was beautifully decorated faith, Barbara Kreienbaum; chap; in all white and green last Sat- lain. Rosemary Kidwell; drill urday, September 6, for the. wed— lcader, June Jordan; love, Mildred ding of Miss Vera Anker, daugh- Ross; religion, Frances LeDreW‘, ter of Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Anker Fortnum: of Allyn and Ensign George Ev- immortality. Carol Kneeland: erett Moore II U.S.N., son of Mr. fidelity. Gale Robinson; patriot- and Mrs. G. E. Moore, of Lebanon, ism, Mavis'Ross: service, Mildred New Hampshire. Fraser; confidential observer, Iris The single ring, candlelight Ger- Wells; 0‘39“, Obsewerv Erma emony was performed by Rever- L‘Sl‘e; muswlanr Jane McKay: i end Stevenson, in front of the fire- Cho‘r dlreCtorv Ruth Rowe; aha”! ‘ place, banked with white gladiolas Edna Whaley' Gertrude Whale“ and greens with a candelbra on Janis King, Thelma Holthusen ach s-d_ Th rv« was read Helen Robinson and Shirley Kelly: :t 8 ovgloeck e 56 we Dr. Morris Kinsey The blonde bride was lovely in Honored At Dinner 3. white chiffon gown over starch- Mr. and Mrs. Herb Drew en- ed taffeta. The gown was styled tertained at their Olympia home with a tight bodice, with a low on Saturday with a dinner and,sweetheart neckline and a very bridge party in honor of Dr. Mor-l full skirt, the sleeves were long ris Kinsey, former Shelton resi- and fitted over the wrist. Her dent, now at Fernadina, Florida. fingertip veil of illusion net was fastened to her hair with a halo W-S-C-S- Report First of stephonia. She wore a necklace Fall Meeting Held _ of pearls. Gardenias with a frill The Women's 50(31th for Chrls' of stephonia formed her fan shap- tian Service held their first fall ed bouquet. meeting with a good number of Mrs. William Carlson of Shel- ladies present. Mrs. W. A. Brodt . , . was general chairman, with Mrs. ton' the bmde s S’ster' was the ma tron of honor Mrs. Carlson wore Hugh Hamilton, Mrs. C. 0. Troy ' . . and Mrs_ Robert C. Johnson as_ a gown of rose chiffon With tight sisting. Mrs. W. F. Roberts led bOdice and fun Skirt and long fun . leeves. She carried a colonial the devotionals and Mrs. Leo S Martin and Mrs. Hamilton Were bouquet 0f Sweet peas and com" the hostesses. Mrs‘ H. E. Miner flowers centered with talisman roses and wore a halo of pink :53}:ng the need Of Rad cross gladiolas in her hair. Miss Shir- ley' Shultz of Bremerton was the Rainbow Mothers Slate bridesmaid. She was gowned 5111‘.- Wednesday Meeting ilar to the matron of honor in The Rainbow Mothers club will pale yellow chiffon and she also meet with Mrs. Warren Earl on carried a colonial bouquet and Wednesday, September 17, at 2 Wore yellow gladiolas,_in her hair. o‘clock. All mothers of Rainbow Miss Velma Harris and Miss girls are urged to attend. There Helen Coleman of Bremerton is much need for all mothers who were the candlelighte rs, “0‘ can, to do Red Cross sewing at Promise Me" and “I Love You the Memorial Hall on either Truly" Were sung by Mrs. Skran- Monday, Tuesday or Wednesday stad and Miss M. C_ afternoon. was the musician. Ensign G. W. Hencock Portland was the best man. Mrs. Anker was smartly dress- ed in black and white crepe with a. corsage of gardenias for her daughter’s wedding. The reception was held in the Mead home following the wed- ding. The bride’s lace covered ta— ble was centered with a beautiful arrangement of white asters, and pale pink rose buds with candles on either side. The bride cake was three tiered with the traditional bride and groom under a flowered Amaranth Will Meet On Wednesday Night Laurel Court, Order of Amar- anth, will meet on Wednesday evening at the Masonic Temple to honor their two grand officers, Ella McCulloch, grand represent- ative and Neil Zint’neo, grand as‘ sistant lecturer. All line officers of the other courts are" invited as guests, also. Initiation of two candidates will be the second feature of the evening's program. of will attend a naval supply school, Mrs. Moore II chose a tan plaid suit with a'tan top coat and ac- cessories with a brown hat. The bride graduated from the Shelton high school with the class of 1937 and her husband gradu- ated from Annapolis in 1939. Those attending the affair from Shelton were Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Carlson and from Allyn Were Mr. and Mrs. Harry Weckhort, Mrs. Dagmar Anderson and Mr. and Mrs. Anker. Lake Isabella Club Holds Regular Meeting The Lake Isabella Club mem- bers met at Maple Beach on Wednesday for their regular meet- ing. Potluck dinner was served at noon to 14 members. The din— ing table was centered with gladiolas. After the business matters were transacted the group worked on white cross bandages and cut quilt block for a Christmas quilt. An angel food ake sale was held with each pers n donating a dime. Mrs. Helen Turner, who donated the cake, won the lucky number and took the cake home again. Mrs. Evelyn Butterfield was the hostess. She also gava a reading on the life of Jane Adams. Shelton Woman’s Club Will Meet On Monday The Shelton Woman’s Club will hold their first meeting of the fall season on Monday, Septem- ber 15 at 1:30 p.m.. at the home of Mrs. Don McKay at 329 A1- 70Relieve , archway. Misery of For the wedding trip to Har- ‘ vard University, where the groom LlOlllD.TABLEl’5. SALVE . NOSE DROPS pharmacist. RICHARD E. GRENBEBG. RICHARD E. GRENBERG I .RICHARD E. GRENBEBG o l turing is in charge of Mrs. Dun- can Wilson. urged to keep this date in mind. Mrs. Ole Olsen for a picnic meet- ing. A potluck dinner was serv- ed at noon. Mrs. Olsen’s two daughters were the guests of the club. Those present were Mrs. Hutton and Mrs. F. Lambert of Skokomish Valley, Mrs. John Pinckney, Mrs. Nick Ruff, Mrs. Bill S‘iclton and Mrs. W. L. Knee~ land. Mrs. Castle Entertalns Friendship Club Members Mrs. Roy Castle entertained at for 20 years, pharmacist. members of the Friendship club. for a social meeting. Mrs. Chal- mer Saeger won the penny drill and Mrs.‘ Clarence Eads gave a reading. The next meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Ed- na Evans. Delicious refresh- ments were served during the afternoon. Leave For Pullman Miss Mary Lou‘Allan left on Saturday for Washington 'State College. Miss Allan is the daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Allan. This is her senior year. Tuesday Miss Peggy Ann Klas- Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Klasell and Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Elliott, left for Pullman, where they will also attend Washington State College. Visiting Shelton WBLA. Club Holds I Picnic Meeting Mr. and Mrs. Willis Burnett are visiting in S lton this week. The members of the W.B.A. Club met on Wednesday with ..,They will return to their Brem- erton home on Sunday. atoll us 1 NE 100 Richardson ' der street. The program on sculp- 2 All members a r e i her home on Wednesday, for thel ell and Jean Elliott, daughters of meeting was held. SHELTON-MASQN, QQWY JOURNAL , Defense Design Mrs. Archie Kidd Feted “'ith Shower Mrs. Archie Kidd. ncc Emily Heinold, was feted with a bridal shower on Tuesday afternoon. Hostesses for the affair were Mrs. Nancy Kanada and Mrs. Herman Heinold, with the shower being held at the lattcr's home. The afternoon was spent socially playing games and making quilt blocks for the bride. The many gifts were presented to the hon- ored guest in a basket covered with an umbrella, both finish- ed in all white for the occasion. Those present included Mrs. Floyd Ellis, Mrs. Mcrlc Vanderwal, Mrs. Ed Buchanan and daughter, Myrt- le, Mrs.‘ Ray Drebis, Mrs. Rex Kidd, Mrs. William Kidd, Mrs. Warren Williams, Mrs. Edna Griggs, Mrs. VJ. L. Knecland, the honored guest, Mrs. Emily Kidd, and the hostess, Mrs. Kanada and Mrs. Heinold. Dainty refresh— ments were served during the af- ternoon. Homebulldcrs Hold Meeting On Monday The Homebuilders Club of the Baptist Church held a meeting in the church parlors on Tuesday evening with 26 members pres- ent. Hostesses were Mrs. Bovee and Mrs. Bennie Banner. The study topic was from the “Book of Revelations” which will be continued at the next meeting on September 23. Mrs. Bea Brum— baugh and Mrs. Evelyn Butter- field will be hostesses at that time. Littlci-ock Annual School Reunion The fourth animal school re- union will be held at the Little- rock in the Grange Hall on Sept— ember 14, Sunday. All former Littlerock residents are invited to attend. Shelton Garden Club Will Meet September 22 Election and business are on the calendar of the Shelton Gar- den. Club on the fourth Monday of this month, at the Memorial Hall. A round table discussion on successful flowers and things grown by various members of the club. Each member is asked to contribute to this program. Girl. Scout Council Holds Monday Meeting The Girl Scout Council met at the home of Mrs. George Drake on Monday with Mrs. Frank Wil- lard assisting. Mrs. Hugh Hamil- ton conducted the meeting with re- ports being given. The Girl Scout little house, which is al- most completed. was discussed. Plans have been made to bring Sam Gordon. contract bridge tea- cher of Portland, to Shelton On October 16, 17 and 18. The tune and place will be announced at a. later date. Mrs. W. M. ‘Dickie was introduced as a new mem- ber and elected as public rela- tions chairman; Tea was served after the meeting to Mrs. Frank Willard. Mrs. Robert Allan, Mrs. A. E. Hillier. Mrs. Ed Faubert, Mrs. W. M. Dickie. Mrs. William McKenzie. Mrs. C. H. Kreienbaum, Mrs. Walter Elliott and the host- esses, Mrs. Drake and Mrs. Wil- l lard. l Margaret Mallows Honored Tuesday Mrs. Charles Dahlman enter- tained at her home Tuesday evening on her daughter, Mar— garet’s birthday, with a family dinner. Those present for the gala occasion were Mr. and Mrs. lBill Mallows, Mr. and Mrs. Mar- vin Biehl. Mr. and Mrs. George Dunning, the honored guest. Miss Mallows. Miss Virginia Look and the hosts, Mr. and Mrs. Dahl- man. I l l l 1 Visit In Seattle Mr. and Mrs. 'S. B. Anderson and Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Joncs gisited friends in Seattle on Sun- ay. Eagles Hold Meeting On Mondav Evening . r The Eagles held a regular meet- . mg on Monday night with a: good attendance present. BuSi- ness was transacted in the usuali manner and the men furnished :the refreshments at the close 0f ,the evening. At the next meet- Img on September 22, initiation ,will be held for a class of can- didates. All members are urged ,to attend and help with the en- ; tertainment. {P.E.O. Held At {Grapevlew September 9 Mrs. Ed Wright and Mrs. A- v A. Stratford entertained the mem' (bers of the P. E. 0., at Mrs! [Wright‘s Grapeview home 01“ . Tuesday. A lunch was served and lthc first fall meeting was Con‘ ducted. Guests of the afterrmon Iwerc Mrs. Fred Hiely and chil- Idren. Mrs. H. K. Benson of Seat‘ tie and Mrs. Henry Myer New- kirk of San Jose. California. l l ) l l l . I l Rebekahs Will } Meet Friday A regular meeting of the Re- bekah Lodge will be held Fri" 'day evening at the Odd Fellows IHall at 8 o’clock. 'W.(1.T.U. Members Ara Guests At Bremerton Sixteen members of the “'0‘ men’s Christian Temperance Un', ion motored to Bremerton 0”} iWednesday for a potluck dinnerl [with Mrs. W. R. Collier, former! Shelton resident. A businegsl ' Those mak‘l ing the trip were Mr. and Mrs- IJ. 0. Bovee. Mrs. Victoria Bur- nett. Mrs. Mabel Anderson, Mrs- (L. Wilev. Mrs. Trov, Mrs. ROY lEells. Mrs. W. F. Roberts,‘ MTS' w. M. Elliott. Mrs. Robert.,C Johnson. Mrs. Paul Hunter. Mrs Clive Trov, Mrs. Olivia Hunter- Mrs. C. C. Grizgs. Mrs. W. Snelgrove and Marian Johnsonv l l l l Created for the working woman in defense industries, this suit can be dressed up with acces— sories. It’s made of olive-drab wool, with dyed cotton stockings to match. “Irene” is the de- signer. Olympia Legioii Auxiliary To Join Shelton Tuesday The regular meeting of the American Legion Auxiliary will be held Tuesday, September 16th, in the Memorial Hall at p.m.| The Alfred Wm. Leach Auxiliary of Olympia have accepted the in- vitation and will be present for joint installation of officers. The Eatonville installation team have announced that they will also be present to assist Mrs. Marthal Witsicrs, 4th District president, with the installing. A large ga- thering is expected. Refresh—‘ ments will be served. All members of the Auxiliary] have been invited to attend the Clovercreck meeting on Friday night, September 12. Baptist Circle Hold First Fall Meeting The Circles of the Baptist Church held their first fall busi- ness meeting in the church par- lors on Wednesday afternoon. The new officers who took office that claywere the hostesses. Inter-City Club Held At atauga Beach Me bers of the Inter-City club met with Mrs. Harley Sellers at Watauga Beach, near Bremerton today, Thursday. for their reg- ular meeting. Mrs. E. B. Sutton. Mrs. Lantz Wiss and Mrs. Bill Dickie attended from' Shelton. . Rebekah Social Club Holds Wednesday Meet 'The Rebekah Social club held a nice meeting in the Odd Fellows Hall on Wednesday with eleven members present. The new of- ficers elected were ary Latham, president; Grace Anderson, vice- president. and Mary McCleary, secretary-treasurer. The group worked on favors for the Re- bekah District meeting which will be held in October. Mrs. .Alma White and Mrs. McCleary, the hostesses, served cake, cookies and coffee in the afternoon. Seattle Visitor Here Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Schmidt had as their houseguest this week. Stanley Norman of Seattle. They entertained during the week With a dinner for Mr. Norman. Guests for the occasion were Mr. and Mrs. Willard Hamilton and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Yoshihara. Shelton Guests Mrs. Erma Taylor and F. G. Trichler of Prescott, Washington, ' were overnight guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. L. Wiley Tuesday night. Mrs. Taylor is the niece of Mrs. Wiley’s. Leave For Steven’s College Two Shelton girls will have this weekend for Steven's College: Columbia, Missouri. They are MISS Ruth Hillier, daughter of Mr- and Mrs. A. E. Hillier. who will i . leave Friday. This is her second V9315 Miss Bonnie Jean Dccgan. daughter of Dr. Harry W. Dcegan. will leave on Saturday for her first year at Steven‘s. H CHRISTIAN SCIENCE Substance" is the subject of the Lesson-Sermon which will be Wild 3“ all Churches of Christ, Selent‘St. Sunday, September 14. Golden Text: “The things which are seen are temporal; but the thil‘l‘gs which are not seen are etcr~ 1131 (II Cor. 4:18). Among the citations which com- prise the Lesson-Sermon is the fol- lowlr‘lg from the Bible: “Let thy we; t appear unto thy servants. Elma 11W glory unto their children. our; Ge; the beauty of the Lord th :1 be upon us: and establish on he work of our hands upon us. the work of our hands estrabllsh thou it” (Ps.90:16,17). 1 dhe Lesson-Sermon also in- (‘ ‘1 95 the following message from £26,.Chrlstian Science textbook, 41:19:10? and Health with Key t0 Ema “icrlntures” by Maw Baker {emit The substance, Life, in- gfmCE, Truth, and Love, which constitute Deity, are reflected by Hi.) Creation; and when we subor- dinate the-false testimony of the corporeal senses to the facts of SCIODCQ. We shall see this true likeness and reflection ,. ever '- Where (p.516 :4) I § Shelton Grange l to the Grange auxiliary .Marvin Morkert of Shelton, lard Hogan. near Schonfnr's rim-l: ———-..‘__..<M l ‘. hf! l; .r . ., .l ()1 1,} ‘ fit, L1 il‘all Auxiliary Pill—Bets By Unit. \Vlzlsor Shelton Valley. Si‘;)l;’:inl‘:-:‘ 10 hits. Ned Vl/ivcll will b. ' low or her home in the Thursday, September members are requested to bring, the blocks they ,hm'c made l‘w,1 l the child's quilt. , Mr. and Mrsf'tiowar’l Robi "on' were out from Sholtml Thur for a visit at the 'W’iusor hon . Mrs. Clark Dosch is llfli’h." r the harbor whorn Sh“ hem-w 115‘“. visiting relatives for the p..r.l,. l‘o‘w ', Weeks. f. Mr. and Mrs. Dim Br-nllolt mull Miss Elaine and Bob Bennett. all Shelton. callvd on Jill‘s. Cilarlvyf Baker Friday evening. ‘, Mrs. James Mollqimluvm. 7.12:2: Peter Bolling, Mrs. Moll San," v.1 . l Jeanne Sat-nor, Mrs. Myrvrul VVW" ell. Mrs. Oliver Constable. from the Isabella Vallcv and Mrs. H ‘ A. Winsor, Mrs. Dewey Bennett and Ava and Um V‘Vinc‘ot‘, members prcscnt Thursday nil: r~i noon at the monthly n‘lnrslins'r of: the Home Sewing Club. The Mix—w , es Juanita McPcek. lVl‘r‘ioric er- l nigan and Morridcc 'Wivoll rlrco- I pod in after school for an limir.‘ An interesting letter from “r‘v Vai“ Rlpham Bonk”? (30- Av “it'll fasten the coat high -at the “mm” Flying Ram/“ml- ”? C""T" throat is introduced by Brenda Roberts in California. to the (4:23)! Mn...hau of the film colony was. read. in which he gave n d,” W,“ realistic View of lifr‘ for the t cos. showing that it is n. r of discipline. ‘wnrk and play plenty of good food. Dorothv Rice. Dick vn This smart coat of tile—red peb- bin—finished wool, with a yoke top, interestingly cut pockets and :1 row of bone buttons which , Schedule For athol Church Herc Vv'illlrri" Milt. Er. .ilrds Catholic Church was announced today by Rev. Mark Wcichman. effective with next Sunday's services. First h .113, o .1. Second l‘vl’asa, ill a. m. “vowing: l.l“'.‘(ii.ll">":."3, 7:210 p. in. Sunday school for children fol— lows the 10 o‘clock mass. Instruction in Bible history is ll} Tr'r‘fir‘r‘ (l :1“ Mn: V ed Ardico and Keith Emmott :7 Echo Farm Saturda" M'cri‘W. Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Phillips of Shelton. spent Saturday «‘vr‘ninp' at the Winsor homo. \Vilma Daniels. who has the past year with hol' llnr'lc, Wil- t l"l . fs‘finnf has returned homo and is going to school in Shelton this form. Ardico Bennett \‘iFil’m’l the home of, Ml‘. and Mrs. J. A. Shafcr Saturday afternoon. Virginia, Eilwarrlc:_ Fnl'ljl'lio Rm}- unit and Patty Fawblr‘. are the first graders from our Vicinith who entered tho Lincoln grade school in Shelton this term. Mrs. Don McAlnin of Portland Oregon. is visitinrr this Wool! “l Echo Farm with Mrs. H. A. \Vin— sor and daughters. Mrs. Dz-wev Bennett and Ava and Una VVinsor. Mrs. Hazel Henley and (laugh- ter. Ann. drove over from OlVl'i'l-y nia Sunday evening For a fcw hour’s visit with her nnrcllts, Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Rutledge. Mrs. Dewey Bennett and Mrs. Charley Baker. oniole lunch in Shelton. Tuesdav with Mr. and Mrs. Dan Bennett. L f‘ I o'clock. A rare. little can: much VISITS DAUGHTIOR. Jake Housman returned to his home at Munson's Point last Sunday after twr) week visit with his daughter in Los Angclcs. He reported fine weather on his stay in the South. New Handbags .... _. 98¢ Snappy Fall Fashions! Jean chra Cynthia Slips . .... .. {18¢ ,1 “l l’ 1 7V ) W Flannel Gowns Sic-c I Flannel Pajamas. 1.4.9 Rondo Prints ..... ,. filo “Jean Nedra” Dresses . . . 3.98 fill-‘lil_lbl“i‘ll::. pork-pics. on Pliofilm l"l‘1'(ll‘llnfi:{;'ll‘(‘:lllllyll'ilgizl Raincoats Lilli risk; .::;>.’;'*;;§:,_‘;;,;,; 5..., Size 2 6 1",illr?i‘{i‘l‘ "Iw’fi’il-v ll‘lmmul I'll ill) {4. l l "i ' "" Infants u y ‘7 H”. 1': )ll ill holly ll “fan‘s . Flannel Gowns 29¢ Infants , Othch _ . . . BOOtieS ---- -- 25¢ 49¢ W' Girls , V, Cotton Dresser _. 53¢ Braemoro Tissue... 21¢ Sanitary Napkins, 18¢ Effective! Economical! PENIMAID S?8T R LIMOVER as curl i our of ii o r r1 lipllolf‘lr‘l'y “1‘ .' apparel . F235?!» U‘ . Iir‘avr‘s no Hm: I _.. 7-Piecc _ BOWL COVER SET. 23¢ Join The Bare Knee Brigade! COLORFUL CAMPUS SOCKS 4W Recollllllr‘udl‘ll l'ul' l‘i'l‘lj' for all informal fun I V ‘ ho mm'F‘ pol-{cot Willi 8¢ ‘ \ll‘ flu" lb >ulr‘ runs and school Our skirts and casual via. )1 a u "l'ililv S-h' polish lhesc Just-bulow-tlic—kno “ks in 1'? 'i'l lilo, l'inrvfl lll"l’l‘d~ colors Porz'owrd from all o dolls! i' ““1- it "0’ "31‘3" filV’l‘“ '1 Mcrccrlzell cotton. or . ‘1‘ and l17'l1l11l1\1 shuns—in ii? in!“ ii; wool in the real Links‘nnll—Li ‘ in slitch that is so popular! Sizes 81/; to 101/2. I f .«v Thursday, Seplcnlbc schedule for mast-sou at: given for high school and adults ouch Monday evening from 7 to m islulps ‘ soars Brief Visitor Hp Was Early l l i A passing visitor Hilly mum was all S. l!l“l’lil of Shelton, pcl‘h h In the 5 daughter, 1.1 the pots, :OUYS Will ltkl'vvnrrls, So far a mbatFZIlO 7p only contactrd Dr. K 13th failed to loam her ~b lumb, ] or present address. he? held cw 'Imm Edwards were th Chlldl‘el ldcnts in the late 1 , _Ve 0 three st 1‘ -, Poem wh was pile (lrivcr ope railroad. plainl THE AT. '2 Shelton. W“ . , .Show that Interest t “s will be nee at Lil greater or Mrs. Chris ‘teller. Slu ‘ of the Natio .039 purpose SeI'Vicc. M a fine ser Friday S, El 1" yr . . ‘ l. .1. . u no .‘émco MA anorufl' ores u FASTING i UNUSUAL ‘i You may do yourself serious ' Nourish your nerves and 9‘" as you fast or diet. A til". of meal may work a hardshlv." .v and nerves, unless moro vital'1 in imuro full digestion of P of the body‘s (.«cess fat. and nerves. Vitamalt is concenlr‘l" mjns A. B. D St G. It l5 "' It is so harmless that we Ill". Many are amazed .amalt in plane of "y look and fch b for y.n s. and have beside excess weight. “.85. ml! r n Ionic. H'Velo he ped and .M Enlargem. VACUUM BOTTLES HEM/y BOOT BOOT SOX, MENS COACHER CQATS MARATHON HATS ....... .. ALL WOOL ' sLAoks SLACK‘ SCCKS .... corrou UNIle SUI .wo SH MENS WORK BRA SH OE GREASE MENS P, SPORT S. 3* CONCHER cl MENS , . JVVEMATEHI» SLACK SOCKS,......-- DRESS SLACKS — CASUAL nears.-. 4V SHIRTS AND SHORTS .-