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-. Baggy; Carnation Club Will Sew For Red Cross Mrs. John Cormier will have an open house on Thursday. after 10 u‘i-lock for Carnation club mem— bers, for Red Cross sewing. A potluck dinner will be held at noon. This idea was carried out last. Thursday by Mrs. Cormier and the group found it very suc- cessful, much sewing being ac- complished. WE ARE SHELTON orncuu. MOTH ILLERS ‘ ” 57 flSum ., nun“ out Ind oven in nun md folds. The owl-9nd method for endi moth inferior. on in clothes. (all? III SMITEX BAGS Details scaled to keep your modi- fm an den!!! clothe! protected from mindin- Ize. dun. mddm until cloud real! as for smnrx Sekwcs Mason County Steam Laundry & Dry Cleaners, 6 ll A II A THEATRE PHONE 88 SHELTON, WASHINGTON. Two shows every night Starting at 7:00 P.M. Matinee 2:15 PM. Saturday and Sunday Admission 10¢ and 25¢ plus tax (State 2¢; Federal 3c) Last Time Tonight GINGER ROGERS “TOM, DICK, and HARRY” George Murphy — Alan Marshall — Burgess Meredith. i, I . / . Wednesday Only Gladys George —— Barton MacLane “HIT THE ROAD” Thursday Only 15¢ Nite Friday - Saturday Damon Runyon’s “TIGHT SHOES” John Howard mus M01118 I kill: moth lilo I l I j l l l I 'i I i l g M I I I l I i l i hers' , year. SEND YOUR NE“’S TO THE JOURNAL EARLY C With the renewal of many social activities this month and next, The Journal would appre- ciate having all organizations and clubs appoint a member to send in this news. Accounts of parties, dinners, weddings, an- niversary celebrations and out- of—town guests should be phon- ed or turned in for publication. All news should be received as early as possible, preferably be- fore Tuesday or Thursday, to insure the article getting in the first issue following the event. Wedding blanks for your con- venience in writing out; report of your wedding may be secur- ed at The Journal office. Surridgc-Morris \Vedding Performed In Couer d’Alene Mrs. Jerome Burke announced on Saturday, the marriage of her daughter, Claire Morris, to Jack Surridge of Yakima, son of Mrs. May Enell of Dunsmuir, Calif. The couple were married by the Justice of Peace in Couer d’Alene, Idaho on September 15 in a,3:30 o’clock ceremony. The bride wore a dark blue dress and matching accessories for her wedding. Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Burke were their attendants. The bride graduated from the ‘ Shelton high school with the class of 1941 and the groom graduated from the Yakima schools. The young couple are now at home at 1628 Ridgeroad on Hillcrest. Methodist Circle No. 3 Will Meet On Wednesday Circle No. 3 of the Methodist Ladies Society will meet with Mrs. “I 'Loui Larson, 520. Birch street on Wednesday for a 1:30 dessert luncheon to be followed by a general business meeting with a social hour to follow. Hood Canal Women’s Club Hold Their Regular Meeting The Hood Canal Women’s Club met in the Hoodsport club rooms on Thursday, September 18th, for an eleven o'clock business meet- ing, presided over by Lucille Rob- inson, vice—president. After the noon luncheon, the group devoted their time to Red Cross sewing. Committees were appointed for the next meeting, October 2nd, when the club will present Mrs. A. M. Young of the Seattle Art Museum, in a program on the “Art of the Americas.” This will be a guest day, and one of the especially fine programs ,of the A small charge will be made, and all club women and the general. public are urged to attend. Hood Canal Garden Club Slates Thursday Meeting The Union members of the Gar- den Division of the Hood Canal Women’s Club will be hostesses to the group at the home of Mrs. Lud Andersen, on Thursday, Sept- ember 25th, at 1 p. m. A social hour will conclude th .meeting, as a toremrwtrrtrs; Joe Rosenthal, an actiVe member who is leaving the community. mum Golden Flake Buttermilk 25¢ Gal.—Binns, 825 Franklin. page: HARSTINE ISLAND Sat, Sept. 27 Free Ferry 8-9-10 p. m. and Return. Supper Good Music Admission Gents 40¢ Ladies 10¢ for a A product the goodness saner. ;" g. is, 9‘3) a) :3 z BEE8433a beverage of moderation G0 0 31fa Series . Interesting Meeting Opens Bordeaux P.-T. A. Fall Program ‘ With a large crowd in attend- ance, the Bordeaux P.-T. A. held ‘its first meeting of the year on Thursday afternoon. Miss Kris- tianson introduced the new teach- ers at the school, the four being Miss Heaton, Miss Hansen, Miss Vanderbrin and Mr. Mong. The president, Mrs. Francis Eacrett, asked for a discussion of proj- ects for the group to sponsor for the ensuing year. It was gested that the P.—T. A. help with the landscaping of the school yard. as the school now boasts a new law-n. It was also suggested that members of the Girl Scouts be on hand each meeting day to take care of children for those who desire it. In this way it is hoped that more mothers may at- tend the meetings. Suggestions for new money-raising ideas were contributed, and_volunteers were asked to help with the ones sel- ected. Mrs. Duncan Wilson, na- tional P.-T. A. magazine chair- man, gave a report. Mary Wilson gave two read- ings, and Norman Lee Morgan gave some piano selections as the childrens contribution to the pro- gram. Then Mrs. Laura Plumb, in her very charming and humor- ‘ous manner, gave a most inter- :esting and instructive discussion ' of new books. She suggested that reading is education for life, that a mind, ifit is to grow, must be fed as is the body. For this there is no better diet than good books. For those who have specific in- terests, hobbies,_ or vocations she , listed available material, for those who would be well informed of world problems of today she named many worthwhile books, and for those who want amuse— ment for their leisure hours, there Were many new books of fiction suggested. Those interested state history will find the new novel “Northwest Gateway," by our local author, Archie Binns, obtainable. Mrs. Plumb‘s “book- shelf chats" are always most en- joyable, and the group hopes to have the pleasure of hearing an— other one this year. At the close of the meeting, tea was served by the executive com- mittee. Miss Kristianson an (1 Miss Cochrane poured at the tea table, which had as its center- piece a bowl of lovely yellow and orchid dahlias and snapdragons to compliment the yellow candles. The next meeting will be held on Thursday, October 9. l Mrs. Lewis Wiley Entertains W.C.T.U. Mrs. Lewis Wiley entertained for the members of the W.C.T.U.I last Friday at her home. Mrs. Walter Elliott poured at the des- sert luncheon and Mrs. W. F. Roberts cut her birthday cake. Mrs. Lela Tegtmeyer of Seattle, Mrs. B. W. Elliott of Kent and Mrs. Ernest Cole were guests of the group. report on “W.C.T.U. work in Fin- land and China.” The next meet- ing will be held with Mrs. Clive 'Troy on October 3. Entertains Club I Mrs. W. E. Noblett entertained lat her home on Friday evening for the members of her bridge club. Honors were won by Mrs. Paul Dittman, J12. Mrs. James Dunbar, and Mrs. Harold Meade. I I Say I ‘ , WITH FLOWERS They Bring Comfort and Happiness FUNERAL DESIGNS AND HOSPITAL BOUQUETS Deliver-ad anywhere, anytime Travis Floral Shop Shelton Hardware Bldg. Phone 232 270-W , Prescription happy life: Perhaps a gleaming fish, a campfire byastrcom, andaglassofmcIlOWbpcr or ale won’t actually add a utc to your span of life. But they‘can ,, amide contribute rich moments of hap- ' pine-Io and needed relaxation; Adiywithatroutrod,anafternoon at the county fair, an‘evening with a book...no matter how you take your “‘breathm”...beer adds to your enjoy: ment. ..hclps to comfort tangled nerves . V ...helps to relax a weary bodyi..helps‘ to refresh a drooping spirit. of Nature, beer is by ' nature kindly, gentle, friendly. Graced with the fragrance of hops. filled with of grain, it delights the taste of practically everyone. For centuries, men of tolerance and wisdom have found that beer and ale do much to make life pleasanter, sweeter, 5-: - ./ . Beau-e hoe: iota oil-moderation and so great a national favorite, it deserves to have ‘ in nmo’juardedwell. We who brow America’s beer are cooperating to prevent album wherever they may occur in the of boot and ale. You can help with understanding and support of the brewers’ "clean-up or close-up” program . . . described in a booklet sent free on request. Adiryas United Brewers Industrial Foundation, 19 East 40th Street, New York; N. Y. sug- ‘ in4 Mrs. Wiley gave 211 SHELTQN—‘MASQN COUNTYJOURNAL‘ PHONE 100 ; Earlene Cleveland’s . Engagement Announced When Mrs. Earle Cleveland, as- i sisted by her daughter, Mrs. Claire [Tozier. entertained with four ta- bles of bridge on Friday evening, the guests didn’t have long to ‘wait to learn the real purpose of {the partyfithe announcement by .Mr.. and Mrs. Cleveland of the engagement of their daughter, Miss Earlene Cleveland, to Pri~ Fort Benning,‘ Georgia. Private Pearcy is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Vern Pearcy of Shelton. I Miniature soldiers, i from pup tents nestled among tiny: trees in the center of the tables,l edged their way through tanks, trucks, machine guns and M.P.’s: 'on motorcycles, carrying the ecu-g ,ples’ names in packs on their} ibacks. While the guests were: opening these packs, Miss Janet Tresner and Miss Georgia Griggs of Olympia sang, “ ‘Til Reveille.”l The rooms were beautifully dec-' orated with large baskets of pink! and white gladioli and huge pink and white asters and this color: scheme was carried out in re- freshments and candies on the tables. The prize of the evening,‘ a piece of white pottery pattern- ed after the gladiolus motif, wrap- . ped in white and tied with pink ribbons, was won by Mrs. Wil- liam Carlson. The guests were close friends! of Miss Cleveland in included Mrs. William Carlson, Mrs. Albert Mun- ro, Mrs. Herbert Driver, Mrs.I Clarence Bell, Mrs. Steve Rupert, Mrs. Charles Rowe, Miss Bette DeRosier, Miss Margaret LeDrcw, Miss Doris McBratney of Bremerq gton, Mrs. Ray Mitchell, Mrs. Max-3 line Kimbel and Mrs. Theodore. Carlson, sisters of Mr. Pearcy andl Mrs. Vern Pearcy, his mother,l ,Mrs. Claire Tozier (Winifred, Cleveland), sister of the bride elect, and the hostess, Mrs. Cleve—l land. School duties kept Miss. Betty Lou Hamilton and Miss Louise Wilbur in Seattle, so that- 'they were unable to be present. Both Miss Cleveland and Mr. Pearcy are graduates of Irene S. Reed high school. Mr. Pearcy as salutatorian for his class won a scholarship at Washington State} College. Miss Cleveland studicdl at the University of Washington.‘ Methodist Circles Will Meet W'ednesday Circles No. and 4 of the Methodist Church will hold their1 Wednesday meeting with Mrs.«, lConstable at her Isabella Valley, home on Wednesday. A 12 o’cloCk’ potluck luncheon will be served. All those who have cars are re-' quested to phone Mrs. Elliott and all ladies wishing transportation, “are t o’cloc . ” l Sgtfitfihezd‘umh at llfioflieveningcof dancing. lson of Hoodsport and the bride- vate lst class Marvin E. Pearcy of groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. f r n eme g1 g!» church and the pews were marked I oon bows. {lace yoke and long sleeves. l Mr. And Mrs. Elliott 57 lVisit At Son’s Home \ Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Elliott ofl Kent visited at the home of theirl son Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Elliott, over the weekend. Mrs. Elliott arrived on Thursday and Mr. El— liottt and Marion Elliott arrived‘ on Saturday, Marion returning on Sunday and Mr. and Mrs. Elliottl staying over until Monday. . Mrs. Ed Lewis Entertains [Double H Club Members 1 l The members of,the Double ,Club met last Thursday at the: home of Mrs. Ed Lewis for a 12? o‘clock pot luck luncheon. . Mrs. E. B. Sutton was prescntedi . with. a birthday gift from the club. ", 'Honors at the two,tab1es of con-i . tract were won by Mrs. Leo Mar-I |tin and Mrs. W. M. Dickie. Mrs, {Martin also won the gallopingi goose. Mrs. Eugene Brown was a guest of the club. Mrs. E. B. Sut-l [ton will be hostess to the next; . meeting. {Ml-s. E. B. Sutton l Entertains Ladies ‘ Mrs. E. B. Sutton entertained. at her home on Hillcrest Friday. 1 evening for bridge. Two tables of‘ I cards were in play with Mrs. Carl lHillman, Mrs. Margaret McKay; and Mrs. Bill Dickie winning hon- ors. A delicious midnight lunch- leon was served. The ladies pres‘i icnt were Mrs. Lantz Wiss, Mrs. Frank Worden, Mrs. L. C. Bur-l ]rell. Mrs. Clarence Grunert, Mrs. J Hellman, Mrs. McKay, Mrs. Dick- ie and the hostess Mrs. Sutton. Weekend Visitors Here Mr. and Mrs. C. N. King and ,Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Goodwin of 'Chewelah, and Mrs. Cook of Ta— coma spent the past weekend vis- iting Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Ander- ‘ son at Minerva Park. Catholic Card Party Slated For Thursday A public card party will be held at the St. Edward’s Catholic Church in the social rooms at o'clock on Thursday. Pinochle, 500 and bridge will be in play .with prizes for each and a door prize also. Mrs. John Cormier is chairman in charge and all per— sons whose name starts with A. B, C, and D are on the committee helping her. Baptist Circles Will Meet On Wednesday The Women’s Circles of the Baptist Church will meet in the church parlors on Wednesday- Circle No. 1 will be the hostess for the 1 o’clock luncheon. All members are reminded to bring their gift boxes with them. Visits Brother 1 Mrs. R. P. White of Detroit, lMichigan, is spending some time here visiting her brother, E. B. Sutton. Mrs. after visiting .ynonth. in Seattle for a White came hcrcu lthey will travel on to New York ‘Miss Margaret Clark has finish-, .Port Angeles Hospital. I Juveniles D. 0f H. lucid Saturday Meet The Juveniles of the Degrge Of ‘Honor held their regular meet- ing last Saturday. The next nicot- ing will be held on October 11 11 week later than usual. I l Smith—Dickinson Nuptials | Solemnized Herc Saturday Fall flowers, greens and the col- ored gowns of the attendants formed a picturesque backgroundi in the Methodist church Saturday afternoon for the wedding of Miss Rose Margaret Dickinson and Lieutenant Claude Wallace Smith, Jr. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert R. Dickin- Claude Wallace Smith, of Ames, Iowa. l White gladiolas, dahlias, with erns and greens decorated the with bouquets tied with white rib-l The double ring nuptial service was performed at 4 o’clock by the Reverend R. W. Mauiden. The bride, given in marriage by her father, was charmingly dress- ed in white jersey, styled with at. Her fingertip veil was fastened to her hair with a halo of white flowers. Her only ornament was a gold sweetheart locket with a “wings insignia,” a gift from the groom.g She carried a spray bouquet ofi gardenias and stephanotis. Mrs. Don Soule, of Seattle, sis- ter of the bride, was the matron of honor. Her gown was of yel- low taffeta, with tiny colonial hatl‘ and muff to match. Both the hat and muff were covered with flow-i ers. The Misses Margaret and Bet- ty Vail were the bridesmaids. They were gowned similar to the matron of honor in rust and green taf—: feta. Both wore flower covered hats and muffs to match their. gowns. '» The candles were lit by Carol and ‘. Robert Sonic, the niece and neph- ew of the bride. Mrs. A. L. Ferwer- 1 da, accompanied by Mrs. Bernard Winiecki sang “Because.” Lieutenant H. Homer T. Hill! attended as the best man. Two< brothers of the bride, Lee andl Gordon Dickinson were the ush-l ers. . For her daughter’s marriage, Mrs. Dickinson wore a soldier blue crepe dress with a velvet coat! and turban. Her corsage was form- ‘ ed of rosebuds and gardenias. The reception was held in the church parlor, decorated with| masses of ferns and flowers fori the occasion. The bride’s table: was beautifully appointed with al floral arrangement of white snap—l dragons and candles, and theI bride’s cake. Mrs. Mary Jane Kil- by, grandmother of the bride, Mrs. E. C. Riebow and Mrs. H. Lockwood served. Miss Esther Carlson, of Potlatch, was in charge of the guest book. Following the reception, the bridal party and friends were met at the Officers Club at Fort Lew- is by the bride and groom for an Out of town guests includedl Arthur P. Johnson of Seattle, Mr. and Mrs. Karl Linscott of Lake‘| Cushman, Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Riebow, of Potlatch, Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Dickinson of Olympia. For going away Mrs. Smith wore a three-piece grey fur trim- med herringbone tweed suit. Or-l chids formed her corsage. Sunday; evening they left for Iowa, where they will visit his parents, then where the new home will be made. The groom will fly an army plane 1 back to New York and the bride will travel by train. Mrs. Smith attended «the Shel- ton high school, The French Hos- pital in San Francisco and the Huntington Memorial Hospital in\ Pasadena, California. She was em— ployed in the Shelton General Hospital. Mr. Smith attended Drake University and associated with Alpha Tau Omega. He is; now 8. Lieutenant in the Army Air Corps, having been stationed at Gray Field, Fort Lewis. Visit Mother Mr. and Mrs. Byron Deffinbaugh of Seattle spent the weekend with her mother, Mrs. Gladys Clark. ed her training at the Orthopedic' Hospital in Seattle, and will be home after two weeks in the She was home this last weekend. I Shelton Amaranths To Grays Harbor Thursday evening, September 18 Mrs. Ethel Flatner, Mrs. Annie Anderson. Mrs. Lydia TOWers, Mrs. Ida Kirkland of Shelton, and Mr. I and Mrs. Robert Anderson of Minerva Beach, attended the meet- ing of Grays Harbor Court of Am— aranths at Aberdeen, which was designated as “Friends Night.” the local officers filling their re- spective stations. Don Hulbert Improved Mrs. Bernhard Winiecki return~ ed to her home here last-.week after spending some’time' with her brother. Don Hulbert. Mrs. Winiecki reported he is now on the road to rapid recovery, being able to walk a, few steps each day. Mrs. Winiecki spent the night in San Francisco with Mr! day. Mrs. Winiecki Spent a new home. She reported grand weather all the time she was south. Degree Of Honor Will Meet Tonight The Degree of Honor will meet| tonight at o'clock to honor their i two charter members, Mrs. Marie Murphy and Mrs. Loui Winsor. The General Welfare Drill Team Will Perform. and refreshments will be served. Mrs. Elliott Entertalns 1 Marytha. Bible Class Mrs. W. M. Elliott entertained at her home last Thursday for the regular meeting of the Mary- tha, Bible Class. ' now meet on the first Wednes- day of each month, the next meet- ing will be held with Mrs. W. F. Roberts on October 1. . ._.v7,_._._.._fi_ -. .,., .mvm1._~... fimm. Anagram . .. Executive Board Holds Busy Meeting Monday A busy and interesting meeting was held by the Executive Board of the Mason County Federation of Women’s Clubs at their meet- ing on Monday, September 22 at the Shelton Hotel, where a 12 o‘clock luncheon was served. The meeting was called to order by the district president, Mrs. B. C. Combs and led by Mr. Robert C. Johnson, and the Lord‘s Prayer was repeated in unison. Mrs. Frank Willard, capable district chairman of Education. in making a report on Youth Cooperation, said “in about two weeks I will be prepared to present a ques- tionnaire to the youth of the county. It is hoped through this survey to find the youths be- tween the ages of 16 and 20 need- ing jobs and to create thoso jobs in our county.” The committee is working through the junior high and senior high schools, the Mary M. Knight school and the chairmen of education on each of the Federated clubs. Mrs. Jean Todd Fredson, chair- man of the Revision Committee, reported that the Revisions had been made and would be present- ed at the fall Federation meeting, which is scheduled for Wednes— day, October 22. The meeting will be held in the Methodist Church starting at 10 o’clock and the luncheon will be served at noon at the Masonic Temple by the Eastern Star ladies. -Mrs. Paul Hunter is the chairman in charge of the decoration of ta-. bles and Mrs. Fred Bell is the chairman of the decoration of the church. The Lake Isabella club will furnish the corsagcs. Mrs. Cora Drake is chairman. Four minute reports will be made by the department chairmen and the three new presidents. Featured speakers include Mrs. L. E. Wolfe, Mrs. J. M. Hutton of Port Or- chard, Dr. Mary McKee and Chap- lain C. H.-Mansfield of Bremerton. The group regretted the resign- ation of Mrs. William Goodpas- ture as junior president chairman who has the Directors in charge. Miss Sylvia Borst was appointed art chairman and will assist Mr. Robert C. Johnson, chairman of the fine arts fair to be held on Thursday, November 13 at the Memorial Hall at 1 o’clock. A very interesting program is being prepared and will be well‘ worth the small admission charge being made. Miss Floyl Cook will be the principal speaker and ‘Waido Chase will be an exhibitor. Arrangements are being made for: music and tea will be served. An- nouncement will be made later by Mrs. Robert C. Johnson, of the complete program she is prepar- ing. A new department has been {created by the General Federa- tion of Women’s Clubs, National Defense, which has 13 divisions. The chairman will be announced in a few days, and she will ap- point the chairmen of the Ameri— canization, Aviation and Housing Divisions. Following are 10 of the departments and the chair- men appointed: Agriculture, Mrs. Mildred Scott; Conservation, Mrs. Vincent Paul; Industry, Mrs. Laura. Hurst; Nursing and Nutri- tion, Mrs. Harry Deegan; Organ? ization, Mrs. Pier Robinson; Rec- reation, Mrs. W. F. Roberts: Reg- istration. Miss Dorothy Bell; and U. S. Stamps and Bonds, Mrs. Julia Jackson. Max Jensen Will Speak Before Scout Mothers Scout Mothers of Troop 25, be- lieve the talk to be given by Max Jensen, chief executive of the Tumwater Council of Boy Scouts, will be of interest to all Scout mothers, so are inviting all in— terested in their son’s scouting to attend their meeting next Wed- lnesday, October 1 at the home of Mrs. Herb Angle on Angleside. The meeting will start at 2 o'clock. Rebekah Social Club Slates Wednesday Meet The Rebekah Social Club will meet on Wednesday at the Odd Fellows Hall for a 1 o’clock meet- ing. A good attendance, prompt: ly on time, is desired, as there is still some work to be com-‘ pleted before the District meet— ing. Activettes Postpone Wednesday Meeting The Activettes meeting has been postponed one week, from Sept— ember 24 to October 1. It will be a regular 6:30 dinner and meet- . ing, at the home of Mrs. Maxine Briggs in the Lawton Apartments. ' Mr. And Mrs. Claude Smith Spend Week With Parents Mr. and Mrs. Claude Smith of Sacremento, California, have been visiting for the past week with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Smith. Claude Smith is em- ployed at the Government Air Depot at Sacramento, where he is supervisor over the merchan- dise department. They were great- ly impressed by the beautiful na- tural scenery of Hood Canal and the surrounding country and com- mented that “Shelton is one of the biggest. little towns seen in‘ 1 their travels.” Visiting Here Mr. and Mrs. Vivian Morgan are entertaining this week for Albert 'Walters of Tamaqua, Penn- sylvania and David Morgan of Seattle. Mr. Walters is a cousin of Mrs. Morgan and ,Mr. Morgan is her uncle. They will spend a few days here. Mr. And Mrs. Grunert Entertain Friends Mr, and Mrs. C. H. Grunert en- tertaincdat their home on Sun— day 'for his parents, Mr. and Mrs. lT. W. Grunert, Miss Myrtle 'Mc— Henry of Tacoma, Mrs. John Jac- obs of Milwaukie and her mo- ther, Mrs. L. S. Barkley of Se- attic. Mrs. Warren Abel Entertains Club Mrs. Warren 'Abel entertained at her home last Thursday with The group will} two tables of cards and a 12:305 lunch. Mrs. Johnnie Webber and Mrs. Glen Story won honors. The next meeting will be held in two weeks. . l a I l } i l I l l 'i l 1 I I l ' Saturday. Tuesday, Septcmb Mrs. Bud Donaldson Honored At Miscellaneous Shower 1 'Mr. Hubert Bezlcy and Mrs.‘ Woody Jones entertained at thel former's home last Friday with a I Allison LcRoy wood, miscellaneous shower in honor of ,‘B‘ Vista Thompson, Mrs. Bud Donaldson, a recent,“ Bre‘merton at Shenoh bride. The honored guest receiv- I Noel Davis ’33. and 'v ed many lovely and useful gifts. fish 25, both'of Lopez, A delicious luncheon was served: , to Mrs. Donaldson. Mrs. Arnold} Cheney, Mrs. James Quinn, Mrs, Don Quinn, Mrs. Leonard Booth,‘ Miss Norcne Evans, Miss VerngI able Hurst and Dorothy Leuch by the hostesses, Mrs. Bczley and} Mrs. Jones. MARRIAGE lIC with GTAEDIAN AD ‘ Attorney Alden c. Shelton was appointed 1 litcni for Alice and "' mond Irving, minor“ he estate of the late Char ing of Belfair, in. a court order signed by Vi’right Saturday. ’ Parents And Teachers Group Hold Meeting VAn informal business meeting was held last Wednesday by the Parents and Teachers group of, the Irene S. Reed high school, Officers were elected and re- freshments served. The meeting was enjoyed by all present. Many plans are now under way under; the direction of the new president, Marguerite Chase. Watch for the date of the next meeting as this group promises to be one of the, most active of the season. Shelton. W Last Time St. David’s Guild Will Meet Tomorrow The St. David‘s Guild of the Episcopal Church will meet with Mrs. M. C. Zintheo at 2 o’clock It will be a Red “WWWWMW on Wednesday. nc‘ruu CO Cross sewing meeting. This > ‘3‘,” ,, ,, the first fall meeting of the sea—l ‘ ‘ son. , Wednesday ESTATE IN PROBATE ‘ The estate of A. L. VVoli‘, late, resident of Belfair, was admitted, to probate by Judge D. F. Wrightl in a superior court order signed1 Saturday, and Rose L. Wolf, thcj ‘ widow, was named administrati-ix; and C. A. Fulmer, L. E. Doty and: Sam B. Thclcr were named as zip? praiscrs. AI’PRAISERS APPOINTED Judge D. F. Wright appointed George E. Miller, Viola Barlow; and J. E. Martin as appraisers oi" ' the estate of the late Charles Soul 5 in a superior court order signedI SALVE Linilm-nt NOSE I) ROPS “Citadel of Pius Second F Friday — To Relieve Misery of LIQUID COUCH DROPS TABLETS “ltllb-My—Tism” -— Try a wonderful l Amour moss minus AROUND file/I Angina P“ is described by ' known medical out “any pain Within two fee, heart. which is brought on by exercise or emotion and. "I by rest Angina pectoris is caused from a diseased C, of the smalls’arteries. which supply the muscles of ‘h with blood The heart. being chiefly muscle requires the some " flow of blood through its (issues. and in much (he 53 f as the other parts of the body These small arteries many times, and. When healthy. supply plenty of blood ' i any demand of the heart, When the walls of these arteries become weak through “‘f i or hardening. any undue excitement. emotion or exefcise .. bring on a sudden contracted condition, that shuts oil “19.! supply. causing the excruciating pain called “Angina There is no confusion in the mind of a person having A“ r . to their haVing had 3 Violent pain. and they must lie-'- at once. or it becomes worse. and it is a very serious Many a person has died with Angina pectoris because a could not get to him in time to administer a speed)“ hypodermic bl If you are subject to pains around the heart. be thorQl‘gn yamined. If there is an Angina tendency. 'your phySldau help you overcome the underlying cause. and advise Y” . . . . e- ‘ cermng a regime of livmg to make you more comfortabl .‘ i room : " RICHARD E. GRENBEQG. PnOP' I l HIUIIG PRESCRIPIIGHS IS THE “HIST llflPflBlHlll PERI DI Ullll BUSINESS "Telling the Public Abosz 0. , the Doctor" a ears weekl in 11‘ new — - 85 y . .vl Cliff Wivell’s CERTIFIED EXAco ssnvuc; Representative in Mason County £01:- - Olympia g. PRODUCTSCOMPANY 1 High Grade Fuel and Deisel Oils if ‘RQMPT aeovnce lst and Franklin Phone . srvon nu:ch BI BOAT * FAST FREIGHT SERVICE N . WITH DOOR DELIVERY IN SHELTO Seattle Freight should be routed via Str. Indian, F Tacoma Freight via Str. Slmokum Chief, Milwau‘ No. 2 Time Schedule as follows: , Leilvcs Tacoma daily, cxccept Sunday, at 5 P'm" . Olympia and Shelton Arrives Shelton daily. except Sundayt CLARENCE CARLANDER, Preside" PUGET SOUND FREIGHT Ll ,