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Page Six SEND YQTTR N’lfilVF‘l ' 0 THE JOKRNAL EARLY With the social activ next. ‘2. . Jo ciat; having/ and club’; app. All m! earl y fore ’l'u Wedding bla ks venionce in writ of your wcdd . t3 may be U. S. facto‘ than 72 million , annually, according to ‘ Pearl or'shell buttons lead with more than 20 million gross synthetic—resin buttons are next with more than 1:3 millions gross. Manufacture of buttons is a 30 million dollar annual business. There are more than 300 button factories and they employ more \ wonderful time. and i o Belfair Ladies Attend Olympia ll’olnen’s Ceilidh Irvin if I‘l'lorgazl .' . c 7\ 1' Ha 1" . ‘en and appointive offices. auxiliary a grand Illnnr‘" Olympia lorlist Church. 1. T0.“ served ,‘L 4.1 i. x. Lil") Tho ‘cl )1 hose 25 ‘ Mr. Mrs. \Valter Morrison. and Mrs. Gladys Irving visited the Pete. Gregorson's i FRIOIICHY: also visited Mrs. Lowell l Tyler. Earl Forks. .7«'lll’”50:l was home Vl’a . over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Emmott were visiting in Bremerton Tues— day. 'er‘cv. were ‘ n e 1: t ‘ roosting will be in Brena-3 ladies had a ‘ in Ererncrtou . from i Reoseveii an Churchill in His SHELTON-MASON COUNTY JOURNAIJ ioric Meeting I New Rookie for Hanan h‘ursdgy, Sepembel’ g _ l Shelton Garden Club, 9 lSlates Monday Moe ‘ Tile Shelton (:‘vzl “lb” : meet in the in; g Monday after their reg‘ul. The new .- .ccrs fOl' year will be voted f. afternoon. All ladies ’ -rangcments and S * lxlcndily's l'lleeting 5’ ‘ to have them at thei . a y( 3 so they can be plac 'K. s to t . hall opens. During “1 t ‘ there will be a round a t mm” cussion by the lfidiesr Emil“? )rizcs at the 4— . growing of prize f q we kno . species. Following “5 Why . Lidia“: are here youngster: ‘3 3 e pulling 9 now Yer in hop . . . to pull 1 -- .- z is Winter ca ‘ Tipto‘n, McKay and Mrs. Ed h3-1 tides :1 Those who visited Mrs. Lucy Foster on Sunday were V‘Ialt Vem- ming from Bremerton; Ted Frau- erso and wife, and their friends. Alma and Frank; Mrs. Marv Ett- lin and two boys. Rose from Port Orchard: Junior Baird. Garland Crosswhite and Dan Jordan, Mr. and Mrs. Al Orr and children. Those ‘who visited at the Irv- ing home Tuesday were. Mrs. 'Minnic Jensen. Mrs. Glen Harris, Mrs. Lucy Foster. Mrs. Dooley. Mrs. Morrison. and Mr. and Mrs. , Kinney and daughter. , Al Klatchic was helping out in Sam Theler’s store over the week- end. A1 lives in Seattle. than 12,000- ~.7 ndfiill G THEATRE M SHELTON, WASHINGTON Two shows every night tarting at 7:00 P.M. Matinee 2:15 PM. Saturday and Sunday Admission 10¢ and 25¢ plus tax Jeffery Lynn —— Humphrey Bogart. I (State 2c; Federal 21¢) ' meg to getting out the no- Toni 0n] lmunitv club was not very well g y .att-ended. The next meeting of I A l ANN SHER D N N Miss VVana Crosswhite and Mar- tell Meacham. were married TRUE” ‘ went on a honeymoon east of the -mountains, visiting relatives over biness through life. They will livn at Port Orchard. sick list the past week, but is better at this writing. k tices late. last meeting of Com- ‘ the club will be on October 10. “IT Renton Thursday of last week. and there. We wish them much hab- Barbara Moore has been on the Friday - Saturday “UNDER GROUND” Jeffery Lynn lExocutivo Board Of Federation ,To Meet The Executive Board meeting of the Mason County District Federation of Women’s Clubs will lbe held on Monday, September .22 at the Shelton Hotel. The sluncheon will start at 12 o'clock. Sunday Tuesday GlNGER ROGERS Degree 03" lidnor i Slates Meeting “TOM, DECK, l and , on Tuesday at 8 p. m. at the Odd :Fellows Hall. Memorial serviCes 1in honor of the departed sisters will be held. Charter members ‘will also be honored at this George Murphy —- Alan Marshall Burgess Meredith. . meeting. "I can’t wait for breakfast since learned You can"! make Incl cup of M 'J ' B " —Director Mitchell Leiseu tells Paulette Goddard between scenes of Paramount’s “HOLD BACK THE DAWN“ MITCHELL: Who’d to "Hold Back the Dawn” if he could get coffee like this for breakfast? PAULEI’I’E: It’s very good '. . . but didn’t you make it pretty strong? MITCHELL: Yes, like strong. coffee. But M. I. B..is good any way you make it—strong or weak or In- between. PAULEI’TE: Weak coflee—tbat’s for me. Make some, won’t you? , , PAIlLEI'TE.(IoIer): Ybu’re as good chef us you are director, Mitchell. This 1': grand! MITCHELL: And you're as generous a: you are beau- tiful, Paulette. But really don’t dexerue the‘credit— anyone can prove you can’t make bad cup of M. [.3- Here’s why it never fails! Make your coffee with the same care as you have in the past. These two exclusive M. J. B. features—a. richer roast—and double blending -——will give you the finest cup of coffee you ever tasted! GUARANTEE. Buy a pound of M. J. B. Try it for a week. If you don’t agree it’s better than any other coffeeF—return the lid to M. J. E. Co., San Francisco, and we will refund double your purchase price. WWArluu/uAKa/r , DRIP GRIND..for drip or glass coffee makers. REGULAR GRIND..for percolalor or coffee pot. and Howard ‘ in. The Degree of Honor will meet. Photographed aboard the British dreadnaught Prince of Wales, President Roosevelt confers with Prime Minister Winston Churchill in their historic North Atlantic meeting, at which they outlined their l Wins Prizes in , ‘Sun Cooklng’ l l l l l l l which be de- scribes as “refrigeration in-re- verse.” Sydney Payne. of Sacra— i l l l vi By a process i i mento, Calif, prepares jams, jellies, and preserves with sun- light in a “sun oven.” Here are 1 some of his prize winners. . Olympia And Shelton Units Of Legion Hold Joint Installation The regular meeting of Fred B. , VVivell Unit No. 31 was held Tues- . 1 day evening. Installation was the'. ,main order of business with Al-l 'fred Wm. Leach Unit No. 3- of lOlympia‘present for a joint ses-1 ision. Newly-elected officers forl lShelton are Vera. Coates, presi-I gdent; Marjorie Valley, first vice- president;‘ Alberta Lenders, sec- 3 0nd vice-preside. t: Rae Melcum, secretary: Mary Dobson, treasur- er; Ethel Soule, chaplain; Vera‘ Duffield, sergeant-at-arms; Beryle Faubert, histofian. Olympia of—; floors are Gertrude Dunn, presi- 'dent; Angie Cartner, first VlCC-l president; Lena Dunbar, second;V vice-president; Mary South, sec-i retary; Helen Leghorn. treasurer; Golda Baker, chaplain; Madge Ruddock. sergeant-at-arms; Julia. Govan, historian. i Mrs. Martha Witsiers, fourth! district president, was installing: officer. She was assisted by the Eatonville team Whose mem-1 bers are Mary Miller, Helen Sny-‘ der. Eva Lanpers, Maude Mav- nard, Edith Meyers, Ida Hamil-l ton. Maxine Maxwell, Frames l Haberland and Doris Sawyer, piall— l ,ist. Mrs. Frank Maxwell, Wife' lof Eatonville vice-commander, al so/attended., ' Th: officers-elect were nre-' sented corsages and Mrs. Wit- siersyvas presonted gifts by the’ Olympia and Shelton groups. . Past“ president pins were givon to Mrs. Yelle and Mrs. Clothier, by their respective units. Mrs; Witsiers gave. a brief talk on membership and instructions for the coming year. and Mrs. Eula Martin. department rehabilitation. director, gave a few remarks. It was announced that Mrs. Bertha Andersen of Olympia had been elected national vice—president of the Western Division at the na- tional convention being held in Milwaukee. Mrs. Dunn, newly-elected presi- dent of Olympia. spoke on the social life of soldiers and how their problems are being handled in Olympia. Vera. Coates made a partial list of appointments to be completed1 soon. Refreshments were served by n. general committee at the close of the meeting and enjoyed by Le- lgion and Auxiliary members. Leave For San Pedro To Visit-John Harrier Mrs. John Harrier. Mrs. Frank Harrier. Miss Elizabeth Hilligoss and Miss ,Cathcrino Carlson left on Monday for San Pedro. cant, to visit John Harrier, who is com— ing): in from Hawaii with the US. Navy. Mrs. Harrier will sail on the Matsotlian on October 8 for 1 Honolulu; where “llf‘ will join llcrl i husband to make their home. I _ l I l candelbras. ‘Mrs. Silas Johnson of Vanc0llvcr,3 1 white chiffon gown, with an illus— ' ion veil of finger-tip length, which ricd a colonial bouquet formed of.1 .rand, Sr... Mr. and Mrs. Richar = evening was spent visiting eight-point: peace policy. SGCji PHON Doris Bogue Weds On Sunday In Trinity Lutheran Church The Trinity Lutheran Church of Longview was beautifully dcc0-, rated with fall flowers and tall} Sunday afternoonp September 14, for the wedding of ! lMiss Doris Bogus, daughter of} Allen’s nephew and was just re- 1Arthur W. Bogue of Shelton, and l cently married. Eric Melvin Erickson of Kelso, son! of Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Erickson of‘ 1Onalaska, Washington. 1 l The 2:30 o’clock candlelight'; ceremony was performed by the; Reverend Walter Irving Eek. Pre-j coding the. service Mrs. Gerald‘ Runyan of Vancouver, Washing-’ ton sang, “Oh Promise Me.” Shel was accompanied on the piano byl l l Washington. The bride, given in marriage by her father, was radiant in a fell in soft folds from a tiara of bouz'ardia and rosebuds. She car- ried a cascade bouquet of pinki rosebuds and pink and white bou- vardia. Her only ornament wasl, a swee'hcart locket which was a! gift from the groom. 1 Miss Erna L. Ransom of Scat-l tle, a classmate of the bride, was; he maid. of honor. She wore al powder blue chiffon gown with al, single strand of pearls, and car-l l l snapdragols and pink; rosebuds. She wore a gardenial in her hair. Miss Elaine Erick-l son of Kelso, was the bridesmaid, Her gown was styled in soft yel- low organdie, with which she; wore a gold locket. Her bouqueti of pink snapdragons and pink! rosabuds was colonial style and she wore a gardenia in her hair. The flower girls were the little Misses Juanita Lundgren and‘ Geraldine Runyan of Vancouver. \Vasllington. yellow in floor length gowns of pink and , colonial . Mrs. Fred luckson' blue and carried small bouquets. Delbert Larson of Kelso was best man and the ushers were Carl Anderson and Alfred Lot Of Vancouver. Washington. The‘ reception was held in tin?- church parlors. Mrs. Carl An- derson cut the wedding cake and Mrs. Svea Walker poured. Miss Betty June Hanson of Portland. Oregon. presided at and Mildred Erickson and Mrs. Eric Hanson of Portland, MiSS Esther Calhoon and Miss Elinor Smith of Castle Rock, Mrs. J. F- Dean of Onalaska and Mrs. Ed- ward Jacoues and Mrs. Lester Johnson of Kelso. There were 85 guests present- Those from Shelton were MYS- Fred R. Bell, Miss Dorothy Bell. Mrs. Ernest Eaton, Mrs. Herbert G. Angle, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Du-l Valley" and Roy Shafer. Mrs. Erickson attended the Shelton schools and graduated from the Irene S. Reed high schOOl with the class of 1938. For .20- ing away she chose a cadet blue dress with a light beige coat and forest brown accessories. Her corsage was of gardenias. On their return the young couple Will make their home at Onalaska. Miss Gertrude— Wright Feted At Aberdeen mi“. They were dressal; their next meeting. the pullth bowl. Assisting were Miss SyIVla ! 8 MW E100 Mr. And Mrs. W. S. Allen Entertain At Their Home Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hollander of Los Angeles, Calif.,rwere visit-l ors at the home of Mr. and Mrs, Walter S. Allen from Friday until‘ Monday. Mr. Hollander is Mrs. Dinner guests at the Allyn home on Sunday at Little Skookum Bay Were Mr. and Mrs. John Adams, and daugllter, Vera, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Longan, Miss Marian Booth, all of Bremerton; Mrs. Bill Emerson and Billie Held of the British ship, Liverpool, which is in dry dock at Bremerton; Cap- tain Carroll Thatcher of Fort Lew- is, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Allen and daughter, Joan, Mrs. Art Rogers, and children, Dorothy, Mary Ann; and Jimmie, Mr. and Mrs.. Jackl Hollander of Los Angelcs, andl Lucille Allen. Mr. and Mrs. John Camper, Mr. and Mrs. Omer Silvers, Harry FraZer, and Mrs. King Elmer} Hagen were callers at the Allen home on Sunday. Rainbow Mother's Club Holds Regular Meeting l The Rainbow Mothers’ Club met with Mrs. Warren Earl on Wed-1 nesday for a regular business meeting, following which they so ved for the Red Cross. Those! present were Mrs. Herb Miller, Mrs. \Valter Elliott, Mrs. Glenn Landers, Mrs. William Anderson and Mrs. Earl, the hostess. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Walter Elliott on October 21. 'Will Meet October 2 Mason County Chapter No. 14, Daughters of the Pioneers, will meet on October 2 with Mrs. Net- tie Hodge on Franklin street, for .wedding anniversary. Mrs. W. F. l Daughters Cf Pioneers Mrs. Jiggs, New York Humane Society mascot, has recruited her 6—week-old puppy, Victory. to aid in her work. She has rescued several other dogs from fires, and hopes to raise. her son to be equally proficient in life saving. day, September 18th, as a day of; prayer. All are invited. begins at in a. in, and continues through 8:30 p. m., with different: Honors» Sailor Home For Leave leaders for each hour. 35’ Mrs' Mary Matthes I can spare only a few minutes come Agate, Sept. 1_7.—A Party was in and join in the prayer circle. held saturday nlght at the home No formality, just come in any of M11 and Mrs L- Bina honoring time. The meeting will be held l their son, Norval, who was home ‘ for a few days from the Navy. You are invited, There were about fifty guests' J O EOVEE Pastor present and all enjoyed music and ' dancing. Delicious refreshments were served. Norval Bina is sta- . i Mrs. Don Paulson and children of tloned at San FranClsco at pres Shelton, Spent Sunday visiting cut and says he enjoys the Navy. I . _ Mrs. Meccrd and two children , With Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Grlnrod._ of Portland, Ore., are visiting herl Due to the telephone parents, Mr. and Mrs_ Dorr De- l the last few months, I am sorry noyier, this week. They spent I am unable to gather much lo- Tuesday visiting with Mr. and 031 news- Mrs. C. P. Grinrod. 1 Miss Ida Hedrickson and two Mr. and Mrs_ G. Leeds and nieces of Tacoma, visited with service Party At Agate ' y. Baptist Church observing Thurs- ; . Service . If you‘ "' in the Ladies Parlor downstairsl V r l l children were guests of Mr. and . Mr- and Mrs- H» WelCh Sunday. Mrs. P. Ricard at dinner Sunday. l i unda. o A Mcmfioln’wniiofl nervu Mr’. and Mrs. E. Crane and daughter Ernestine, and Mr. and Dinner Party Held At Methodist Church A 6:30 potluck dinner was held at the Methodist Church on Mon- day evening. There were 45 persons present for the evening. Mrs. Bernice Stewart sang sev- eral solos and Douglas Larson gave several piano selections. Community singing and visiting was enjoyed the rest of the eve- ning. This is the first of a month- ly series of get—to-gethers. Mrs. Whaley and Mrs. Snelgrove were in charge of the tables which were beautifully decorated. A basket of flowers was presented to Mrs. Charles Runacres in hon— or of Mr. and Mrs. Runacres‘ Roberts, whose birthday was on Monday, was presented a deco— rated birthday cake. Will Visit Son Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Pickens of Mt. Vernon will spend this week- end with their son, Mr.,and Mrs. Mark Pickens and family of Shel- ton. Dinner At Rau’s " The bridge club of Mr. and Mrs. Elliot Spring, Dr. and Mrs. B. N. Collier, Mr. and Mrs. Mark Pickens. and Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Entertains Club Mrs. Fred Hickson entertained at her home on Monday evening )for the members of her bridge gelub. Honors at the two tables were won by Mrs. Max Marr, Mrs. lVlVlan Morgan and Mrs. Roland =Gerhardt. Mrs. Mart and Mrs. IJack Gray were guests of the club. Refreshments were served during the evening. The next meetlng will be with Mrs. Charles Hurst on Monday, September 29. 1V.F.VV. Auxiliary Will Meet On Friday The V.F.W. Auxiliary will hold thelr' regular meeting on Friday evenlng. Election of an 18 ‘month trustee will be a feature lof the meeting. Visiting Relations Frank Linton of Portland. for- ‘ mer Shelton resident, is spending ,10 days here visiting" his sisters and brothers, Mrs. William Dan- iels, Mlss Adda Linton. LerS and Alfred Linton and his niece, Mrs. E. F. Martin. Mrs. W. F. Roberts Celebrates Birthday Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Monson ‘and children of Aberdeen, and i Mr. and Mrs. Edward Morton and children of Bremerton were in Shelton Sunday to help Mrs. W. F. Roberts celebrate her birthday. Mrs. Brecht of Aberdeen enter- tained at her home on Mondfl night for a number of relatives, to whom she introduced MiSS Gertrude Wright of Shelton, the bride-elect of her son Alfred. The and sewing towels. Miss Wright re- ceived a number of lovely gifts for the future home. Refresh- ments were served during the evening. Loaves For San Francisco Mrs. C. G. Meamber of San Francisco, Calif, who has beejn visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Sld Hatcher since August 1, left On Monday for her home. Mrs. Meam‘ her and Mrs. Hatcher are sistel‘S~ Leaves For School Miss Helen Mae Hatcher. left on Tuesday for the University 0 Oregon where she will entcr lll‘l" third year of training. / f .’ led by Miss Janssen. other members of her family ’pl‘es‘ ,ent were her mother, Mrs. Irvin ' Palmer. and her sons, Palmer and lBlll. Guests were Miss Dorothy LaBarr and Miss Elizabeth Hilli- I goss. Girl Scout Scribe Reports Doings r Girl Scout Troop No. eleCted ,thelr officers at their last meet- -ing with the following elected to office: Toni Viger, president; Betty Lemke, vice-president; Ber- nice Manke, secretary-treasurer: Glenna. Fitz, scribe; Norma Hall. somal chairman. A party for the 1 next meeting is being planned by [the somal chairman. It will be held at Miss McClelland‘s apart- ment. A troop will be formed of the new scouts that have come up from Brownies. They Will be Miss Ottini will lend the Junior high troop. GLENN FITZ, Scribe. , ‘Nilcox had a dinner at Rau's Inn I on Saturday evening. Visit Fair Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Elliott and daughter Anna Lou, Mrs. W. F. Roberts and Mrs. Charles Run- acres spent Tuesday at the Puy- allup Fair. 1 . Mrs. Millie Wood .Has Weekend Guests Here ‘ Mrs. Millie Woodentertained at her home over the weekend for .- Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Wood and family, her son William Wood and Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Marcus and son, all from,Tacoma. Sunday callers included Mr. and Mrs. William Heninger and family and her grandson Floyd Bariekman, from Tacoma. Mrs. Ina Bariek- man, Mr. and Mrs. James Grimes, Charley Hargrove and Mrs. Clar- ence Bariekman of . Shelton. l l __ l Juveniles, Degree Of Honor I Will Meet On Saturday ' The Juveniles of the Degree of Honor will meet on Saturday at 12:30 in the Odd Fellows Hall. Refreshments will be served and a program is planned. l Shelton Women’s Chorus will Hold Monday Meet i The Shelton Women’s Chorus will hold their first practice of the current season in the band room of the senior high school on Monday evening at 7:30 sharp. The chorus will be under the di- rection of Mrs. L'antz Wiss this year. Mrs. Wiss is a local music- ian of great talent with many years’ of musical training and ex- perience. The Chorus anticipates a splendid season under her di— rectiop and feels fortunate getting her. in l l Sheltonite Takes Part I In Olympia. Wedding 1 Miss Katherine Porter. daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Fox of McCleary, pledged her nuptial vows to Wilbur Bearley, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Bearley of Atwood, Kansas, in the First Methodist Church in Olympia. Mrs. Bradley Johnston of Shel- ton and Richard Bearley were their attendants. The Reverend Paul Ashby read the service. After a short trip to Oregon the couple will be at home in tile McCleary Hotel. GRAHAM lulu: Wednesday Evening SEPTEMBER 24th Popular Price and Custom F shown by V SEPrEMBER Re El . fll‘ees, MOFQ 1