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September 25, 1941     Shelton Mason County Journal
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Sale Lunch iaby clo i sent in‘ " Next Tuesday warehou ; \. it know be disousscd next; 01 The ' for the annual Tub- christmas seal sale in "'W at a luncheon to i the Shelton Hotel ban- ' Mrs- Vernon Davidson, ‘wretary of the Mason I‘Culosis League, an- y. I" will give instruc- e chairmen of ' aign, 50c Person REWARD 0r Callous GREAT ' CORN SALVE V8. It Never Fails. ' Gordon‘s Shelton e 89. ouur n, Wash. ay -— 15¢ I 8 Feature lot Crime” Barn Dance’ & Saturday Mm STERLING ‘ Produced by). mun km» qul “Mount's “HOLD ‘5le: W ’IMI means" lbs c .never fails! Make h the same care as "the past. These two J. B. features~~a ‘and double blending ‘ on the finest cup of 91‘ tasted! FE. Buy a pound of 't for a week. If you it’s better than any e‘l'eturn the lid to 31! Francisco, and we ,uble your purchase V, Se llebOY‘ 25, Buchanan, state cam- l the J \ 0’1 means of carryii'ig : by the manufacturer i f I l (t means ’176’ same In 4”] language— 19/11. i i i ipe The world’s largest display of table and wine grapes will grace the eighth annual Lodi Grape Festival, at Lodi, Calif. Iris Wilson and Bernice Jocinto pose with some of the grapes that have made the Lodi district the world’s largest grape and wine producing MEMBERSHIP ‘D’RiVE BEGUN OLYMIjiA CIVIC MUSIC ASS’N i l i l i center. i I l I By MRS. CHARLES R. LEWIS Next week the Olympia Civic 'Music Association conducts its .membership drive, and it is hoped ithat a large number from Shel- Iton will subscribe. We have a icultured city and we should sup- : port Olympia in its effort to bring ’good music to the people at such a nominal cost. i In three years this association lhas had eleven concerts, among (others such topflight artists as lGladys Swartout, Martinelli, The Seattle Symphony Orchestra, the Don Cossack singers, etc. One would have to pay a much higher price ordinarily to hear programs of such character in the large cities, besides the expense and trouble of longer trips. The program for the coming season has not yet been outlined, but Donald Dickson is promised. He was received most enthusiastical- ly last year every place he ap- peared. Those helping in this worthwhile home were infected by the zeal and enthusiasm of Mrs. Raymond .Clifford and Mrs. James Neal, who came from Olympia to arouse interest here. They are Ben ,Hallgrimson. Mrs. A, E. Hillier, Louis Karl VVeinel. Mrs. Charles 'R. Lewis, Miss Norma Johnson 'and Miss Ida Olson. All workers are invited to a dinner Monday evening at the iHotel Olympian in Olympia. Any others willing to serve on the committee please get in touch with Mr. Hallgrimson. Tickets for the season can be .pbtaa'ned from .any,of. these work— ‘ers. 'All memberShips in and ipaid for will be $5.25 for adults land $2.63 for students, and thoso; r’ i IZVYOII can't make cup of M-J-B" .14 Neal tells Witer Abel, while filming BACK THE DAWN" tame 1'): any language? Hollie {but l/JiI (03706 i: wrong, {ml :57! Rig/21! Aml notice {but this coffee 1': full of flu- fi’eu lbougb it'r made weaker. . Sure ~-1'l'x M. ]. 5., too. TbaI'S ll): [Ioiut/ "M. I. B." mean: "good cof- reputation for being a musical,' work of bringing good music near, BY be $5.75 and $2.88 because they will be subject to the new federal taxes. It is hoped that many students will attend, the love of music can only be. acquired by hearing it and a child can‘t hear it too soon or too often. In these tense times there is nothing more restoring and inspiring than good music. Shelton should be well represented at these concerts. iGlenna Fitz Reports Meeting Activities At our program committee, those elect- ied were Barbara Butler and Vir— ginia Connolly. Our party this week turned out fine and we have decided to have a Hallowe’en par- ‘ ty. The hostesses will be Toni Vi- ger, Glenna Fitz, Betty Lemke, Bernice Manke and Joan Moran. We will decide next week whether Christmas cards will be sold again this year. As before, each time a Girl Scout sells 10 boxes of cards, she will receive a years subscrip- tion to American Girl magazine. GLENNA FITZ, Scribe Arrive From Alaska Mr. and Mrs. Harry Christofer- ! son and child arrived from Kodiak, sAlaska, Wednesday evening. Mr. Christoferson will return immed- iately with machinery for a bak- ery, but Mrs. Christoferson will spend a month or so with her par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. O. K. Stephens. They came down on the Yukon iwith Mrs. Coble. 1 Women’s Chums I Will Practice A regular rehearsal of the Shel- ton VVomen’s Chorus will be held at the music room in the senior high school, Monday evening at 7:30 p. m. Mrs. Chase Entertains ‘Brldge Club Tuesday 1 Mrs. Ila Chase entertained at lher home on Hillcrest, Tuesday I evening with two tables of bridge. 'Honors were won by Mrs. Laura Roush and Mrs. Mabel Hall. Re— freshments were served during the evening to Mrs. Hazel Chase, Mrs. Ethel Soule, Mrs. Ellen Harrison, ers. Kattie Ahl, Mrs. Hall, Mrs. lRoush. Miss Bessie Warren and Miss May Harrison. Visiting Mother Mrs. Roy Coble arrived on Wed— lnesday evening on the Yukon ‘from Kodiak, Alaska, to spend a month visiting her mother, Mrs. Mary Pugh. ’ Rebekah Social Club Will Meet October 1 The Rebekah Social Club will meet Wednesday, October 1 at 1:30 p. m. at the I.0.0.F. Hall. to complete preparations for the dis- l trict lRainbow Girls Will Sponsor Dance Here A “Back To School T010” dance .13 being sponsored by the Rain~ ibow Girls this Saturday at the Masonic Temple. The dance will start at 8:30 p. m. meeting. ’Attend Ice Carnival ,. Mr. and Mrs. Merritt C. Kaph- ’ingst, Mr. and Mrs. Roy McCon- key, Mr. and Mrs. William Mc- Kenzie, Mr. and Mrs. Winston Scott and Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Crop~ ‘per attended the Ice Carnival in Olympia Tuesday evening. The group dined at the Hotel Olym- ; plan before the show. They prais- ed the ice carnival very highly. ‘ Eight Sheltonites Attend Eat-olivine Installation Those attending installation of the Eatonville Legion and Aux— iliary last Tuesday were Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Witsiers. Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Martin, Mr. and Mrs. IM. A. Clothier, Mel Dobson and Mary Dobson. Mrs. Witsiers did {the honors for installing the aux- iliary. She was assisted by mem' bers _of Tacoma Unit No. 138. , This occasion was also the first meeting held in , the new hall which_was built by the members. 'Tonight, Thursday, Mrs. Wit- Siers will install the officers of the Tacoma Auxiliary, No. 138. l The Eatonville installing team will aSSist her. Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Clothier. Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Martin and , Mrs. Witsiers will accompany her. 1 (Mrs. Evans Entertainsr lFor Southside Members I l Mrs. Edna Evans entertained at her home on Wednesday ff‘l' 11 members of the Southside club, At the luncheon. a birthday cake was presented to Mrs. Gladys Robertson. The afternoon was spent sewing for the Red CrOSS and visiting. Plans were made for a carnival which Will be held in the near future. _.,~. .,. bought on or after October 1 will. meeting we elected a: SEND YOUR. NEWS '1“) THE JOURNAL EARLY 0 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- I fore Tuesday or Thursday, to insure the article getting in the first issue following the event. 1 Wedding blanks for your con- venience in writing out a report i of your wedding may be secur- ‘ ed at The Journal office. I Lake Isabella Club Meets at Maple Beach The home of Mrs. L. Johnson ;at Maple Beach was the scene Wednesday for the regular meet- ing of the Lake Isabella Club. The meeting was started with. ai no-host pot luck dinner, which! was enjoyed by 12 members and two guests, Mrs. Ada Bassett and Mrs. Ruth‘ Morris of Tacoma. The; meeting was called to order by! the president, Edna Johnson, with, a flag salute. Voting changed the; last meeting in October to the: 21st instead of the 22, to prevent' a conflict with the Federationl meeting. Mrs. Cora Drake won two crocheted pot‘holders and Mrs. Helen Turner won the penny drill. Part of the time was spent in roll- ing bandages for the White Cross. ‘A story on Willow ware from ,China was read by Mrs. Evelynl {Butter-field. Mrs. Imogene Combs: will be the next hostess. l l Many Tahuyans I Go To Puyallup Fair East Week By Mrs. V. L. Knowlton Tahuya, Sept. 23——The Puyallup Fair was the chief attraction of last week. On Tuesday the school bus took a group of 26 persons in for an all day session. On Sun- day the John Sebring family at- tended and also Mr. and Mrs. Har- vey Rendsland and V. L. Knowl- ton. The lovely weather on Sunday! brought many visitors to our vil- lage, among whom were Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Lewiston, of Seattle and ,Mr. Lewiston‘s mother, Margaret Luark, of Bremerton. We mention lthese old timers because of past association and it being Mr. and Mrs. Lewiston’s first visit in ten; years. , On the evening of the 12th,’ Mary Lou Williams celebrated her! birthday by taking Helen Husonl to Bremerton where they had din-i ner and attended a show. Frances Huson had a double] celebration of her natal day. On! Saturday evening Mr. and Mrs; Stolze entertained for her, and on! Wednesday evening she and her. family had dinner with the Dani Orcutts, of Dewatto, it being Or- ville Orcutt’s birthday also. Jessie Weyers was over from Potlatch on Sunday to visit with! the Husons and Knowltons. Mary Sabisch had the cast re- moved from her leg last week, and will soon be returning to school. Mrs. J. Youngs is home from the Bremerton hospital where she un- derwent treatment for an infec-, tion for varicose veins. : Austin Sebring is back on the mail route although looking a bit “peekid.” 1 The local club will entertain a! group of English sailors at their} dance on Saturday night. Mrs. Lydia Huson is spending a few days in Seattle. Gilbert—Carlson To l Construct $2,000 Home1 Permit to construct a new home valued at $2000 was issued to] Gilbert Carlson by City Auditori Gordon Hendry yesterday. The: new residence is to be located atl Arcadia and Hay streets. Nastealer Now Has New Car For Local Inspectionl If local motorists haVe any doubt that the automobile indus- try will have new and greatly im# proved cars this year, Owen Pig- mon head of Pigmon Motors, Nash dealers here, can reassure them. Just returned from a national meeting of Nash dealers and of-l ‘ficials in Chicago, where he in-l spected the new 1942 Nash cars,' Pigmon reports that the industry's advancements this year will be! 1 consistent with its constant.record of progress from year to year. “I don't believe that Nash has ever built a better looking car than these new models, and from every other standpoint, they cer- tainly represent the most com. plet'ely new development in the business,” Pigmon declared. The new Nash ‘600’ will be the most significant car of the year,‘ in Pigmon’s opinion, because of its unusual gasoline economy. “With gasoline shortages al- ready affecting the eastern sea- board, thc indication is that the Whole country may ultimately feel the pinch," he said, “and people are going to be very much in~ irrested in an automobile that has demonstrated its ability to travel tip to 600 miles on a single tank- ful of gasoline." He said that Nash Motors and a great part of the automobile industry is now engaged in var~ ious phases of aircraft production. and that this will unquestionably affect future motor car produc- tion for the better. ' PHONE 100 312, Mrs. V. F. Libby, Mrs. George {of the girls between the ages of lthis year is making scrapbooks, lmake stuffed dolls and animals lfor the same institution. i . Charles B. Lewis of Medford,' IGirl Scout Council, 1W Bordeaux Brownies Hold First Meeting The first fall meeting of the Bordeaux Brownie troops got into the real swing of things Tuesday evening, when the group held a joint roller skating party at the local rink. Mrs. H. J. Skelsey, Young, Mrs. Frank Swanson, Mrs. Virgil Morgan and Mrs. W. F._ Henderson helped the scout lead— ers and their assistants in mak- ing the party the grand success it was. Refreshments were serv- ed at the rink. More than 30 girls make up the two troops led by Mrs. O. E. Gon- ter and Mrs. Theodore Carlson. Mrs. Gonter’s troop is composed 7 and 8. She is assisted by Mrs. Arthur Walton and Mrs. Duncan Wilson. Mrs. Carlson’s troop in- cludes the girls of 9 and 10 years of age. Mrs. James Olsen as- sists here. The project of the younger girls for the Elma Sanitarium. Eachi girl is required to make her own scrapbook. The older girls will Eagles Auxiliary Holds Regular Meeting Monday The Eagles Auxiliary met on Monday evening with a nice turn- out. Plans were made for the District meeting to be held here on November 13th. The ladies Served refreshments at the close of the. evening. Confined To House Mrs. C. A. Groken, the house- guest of Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Bedell, had a fall on the steps of the Catholic Church, resulting in her confinement to the Bedell home for some time. Mary Ann Latham , 3 Birthday Honored [ Mrs. Clarence Latham enter- tained after school today, Thurs- day, with a birthday party for her daughter, Mary Ann. Re- freshments of ice cream and birth- day cake were served to the Miss- es Rosemary Stevenson, Jane Clothier, Bobette Gillmore, Barb- ara Munson and Margarette Lang— land. , Mrs. Davidson Visits Sisters In Seattle ‘I Mrs. Vernon Davidson Spent the weekend in Seattle visiting her sisters. Mrs. Clyde Shoesmith and Mrs. Frank Pulver. The lat~ ter will leave shortly for Hono- lulu. where Mr. Pulver is station- ed with the Marines, in which he is a gunnery sergeant. Mrs. Pul- ver is well known in Shelton, hav- ing spent some time visiting here this spring. , Illinois Guest Here Miss Elizabeth Rundle of Clint- on, Illinois, arrived last Thursday. ito spend the Week with Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Brown. Miss Run- [ die will study graduate work in Home Economics at the Univer-i sity of Washington this year. Visits Daughter Oregon arrived last Wednesday to visit his daughter, Mary Jane, who became ill while visiting in Shelton. Mr. Lewis returned home . on Sunday. V.F.\V. Among}; Will Sew Friday The V.F.W. Sewing Club will; meet with Mrs. Marnie Earl on Friday for lunch and an after- noon of sewing for the Red Cross. Daughters of Pioneers Will Meet October 2nd The Mason Cdunty Chapter No.‘ 14, Daughters of Pioneers will meet with Mrs. Nettie Hodge on Franklin Street on Thursday, Oc- tober 2 at 2 p. m. ~ Sam Gordon Will Give A Series Of- Bridge Lessons Sam Gordon, the Kibitzer, will be here to deliver a three-day contract bridge lecture-lesson ser- ies on Thursday, Friday, Satur- day, October 16, 17 and 18, in Masonic Temple. He is being sponsored by the Inc., mem- bers of which are conducting the 1 advance sale of tickets. The subjects to be covered each afternoon and night of the same day will be the same. In this manner, the holder of a sericsl ticket receives the complete course l i by attending either the night ori the afternoon sessions, with priv- ilege of review by attending both. i Mr. Gordon is the contract? bridge pioneer of the Northwest as lecturer, newspaper columnist,I radio and class teacher. He is author of the Horse Sense meth- od. a simplified and easy—to-learn treatment of the game. His is not a new system. It is a tie-up of the basic rules used in all systems, free from complica- tions or confusing non-essentials. He covers bidding, defense, leads and plays presented in the enter- taining. simple. comprehensive manner for which he is famed. Peggy Klasell Pledged To Kappa Alpha Theta Pullman, Sept. 22—Peggy Klas- ell, Shelton coed, has recently been pledged to Kappa Alpha Theta; women’s national sorority at the state College of Washington. Miss Klasell, a sophomore in a general course, is also a member of Fish Fans, swimming honorary. i l 1 Mr. and Mrs. Moultrop Entertain Guests Here Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Coy of Scat- tle found the inlets and bays ar- ound S h e 1 t o n ideal cruisimr i water for their boat the “Malolo” when they were guests last week. of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Moul- trop. Visiting Mother Mrs. Ruth Morris and two sons of Tacoma_are visiting her moth- er, Mrs. Lulu Perkins this week. i fall ‘ drill team will put on a drill in 0 Mr. Boling. native Washingtonian whose verse has ap- peared in national publications, has worked much of his' life in the woods and is now employed as a log bucker at the Schafcr Brothers‘ camp near Montesano. The above verse is his contribution to the KEEP WASHINGTON GREEN program. P.E.O. Members Entertaincd . In Olympia On Monday 1 l Mrs. H. E. Drew, an active non— i resident member of the P.E.O., i entertained at her home in Olym- l pia on Monday afternoon for her!’ sister members. A social after-, noon and Red Cross sewing were enjoyed after the 1 o’clock lunch- , con. served by the hostess. The regular meeting m"- the group was held Monday evening with Mrs. Edith Mathewson at. her home. Assisting hostess was, Mrs. Edith Fredson. Mrs. Bernice Bushong, sister of Mrs. C. 1. Pritchard, from Mich- igan, was the guest. ' St. Davids Guild Holds Interesting Meeting The St. Davids Guild of the Episcopal church held their first meeting with Mrs. M. C. Zintheo Wednesday afternoons New officers who took their posts at the meeting were Mrs. Robert Tabke, president; Mrs. Phil Mur— phy, lst vice president; Mrs. Earl Johnson, 2nd vice—president: Mrs. R. L. Mitchell, secretary and Miss Clara Eastwood, treasurer. Rev.v T. E. Jessett of Olympia gave an inspirational talk to the group of 20 ladies present. A rummage sale is planned for October 10 and 11. Mrs. Johnson, the chairman, will announce the plaCe later. A lot of Red Cross sewing was accomplish- ed during the afternoon. Tea was served by the hostess following the meeting and a social hour was enjoyed. V.F.W. Auxiliary Holds Regular Meet The V.F.VV. Auxiliary held their regular meeting. on Friday. Mrs. Charles Clark was elected as 18— month trustee and plans were made for the annual cedar chest sale. Mrs. Roy chle Will Be Honored Saturday At the regular meeting of the General Welfare Club Saturday evening in the Memorial hall the honor of Mrs. Roy Coble, a form- er member, who is now a resident “rim with of Kodiak, Alaska. ._.._. It’s Here . . . and it’s a Nash that Goes 25 to 30 Miles on 3 Gallon at highway speed; GET READY to feast your eyes—the 1942 Nash is in town! It’s a “Million Dollar Beauty”—-A car so new that it out-performs even last year’s rec- ord-holding Nash. Think of it—this “Million Dollar Beauty” goes to 30 miles on a single gallon of gasoline . . . 500 to 600 miles on a tankful, at highway speed. It helps you solve 1942’s biggest problem—of how to cut expenses. Brings you features no other low-priced car ever offered before! PIGMGN MOTQRS 1st & Pine Phone 392-J prayer {/20 T2531 “(’2 will cover the hills where our father; once stood, By the millions wc'il wave to the sun. lVlcn who plan. for a lasting great garden of wood Are our friends, and their work is well done. We will furnish them rafters and shiplap and beams, They can build all the homes they desire, ll they‘ll just curb the demon who blasts all our dreams, That red scourge of the iimberlands—Firc! We will add to the streams that {low down to the we For we help to keep moisture in store. We will paint a rare picture that (owns never see, Give a tang to the air you’ll adore. You will surely be proud of our sweeping advance As you pause on your way to admire, And we only ask that you give u: :1 chance. That you stem our old enemy—FL: *I -—r .c Boling [lilllil!li|IIiiItii1:lilillllfllliililiiiiii lililil llllll‘lillillliil ii 3W“ " , l :1lizwww ‘ mun. “mini YCHlP-PROOF HAIL LACQUER 75¢ Including Bottle of Hi-Lusnr LACGUEROI. Base The smartest idea ever—your nails made gorgeous with the highly lustrous colors of priceless Chinese lacquers. Beautiful beyond description-and lasting beyond all need. Divinely chip-proof—~keeps its astonishing luster ’til the last. Seventeen breath-taking shades from delicate "Lotus Blossom” to startling "Dragon’s Blood”wand with each there comes a bottle of Hi-Luster LACQUEROL base without additional Charge. CHEN YU Nail Lacquer isa"must2’ Your choice of Brilliant New Colors: Bolero Real, Ghost Grey, Whaler Green. Shoal Green.me Gun. metal and Marlin Blue. Coil springing on all four wheels . . . a Nash Conditioned Air System . . . Two-way Roller Steering . . . a “Sedan Sleeper” Bed. From the very way it’s built—body and frame made one welded unit—with traditional Nash quality throughout—here’s a car so far ahead, it will be modem for years to come. that a new day in low-cost motoring has arrived. 3 GREAT SERIES— 15 BRILLIANT MODELS- In addition to the amazing new Nash “600”, you’ll also want to see the fainous Nash Ambassador Sixes and Eight- ment makes them more brilliant performers, yet they’re still in the low- and medium-price fields! NASH THREE NEW SEIIES BF HIE Iom cm Sim and out: I that are greater lhau ever this year. New engine develop- Drive this “Million Dollar Beauty” and know “