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September 30, 1941. SHELTON-MASON COUNTY JOURNAL ' " Surprise Dinner Mrs. George Dunning entertain- Page Three. i Auburn Golden Flake Buttermilk Gal. «Binns, 825 Franklin. 0‘ Pioneers ll)r. And Mrs. L. S. Ki‘yser “E Place Entertain Her Relatives l er ‘ -» v' . S of P'Om’m“ “'11 Four generations are now g;l-~ SEND YOI‘R NFAYS TO THE JOURNAL EARLY socuieViNi (‘7 {AH . , . l ._.,_._ ALA 1“, JP“ ‘ltlisgzy’ OCFObf‘r at thered at the home of Dr. and' ed at her home on Monday eve—l O WW“ """"‘"”"""" 39d hég 0“ 13' Mmm" Mey‘ ; Mrs. Louis S. Keyser, with the ar—! ning with a surprise birthday din-l U19 _1‘0n€f“_/31 0f many i :00?) (3m .‘ bpxetzzr§0t§gQ i rival on Satueray of her grandil nor for a group of ffrirendshinbhorcil—I ——————_. | Robert A. Pile-st, 2X1, aim; Pats)” , . t h a tri to Californjal‘ mother, Mrs. .. R. Homing, anc . or of the birthday 0 or us an_.; lAhh sihdehs, 1.; not} ()i , oqiihnw ;, r . S 'l at i .. P r .her mother, Mrs. C. C. Vincent, Cards furnished the main dl~, PHONE 100 lat Shelton, Sept. .30, , (.iati hil\lll}., all orgrlnizritons tth Fr .r Iof Moscow, Idaho. Little Miss version of the evening following‘ Gimm Andrew Lontz' 21' “mil and clubs appoint a member to l )eratmg’ T ' — Ann Vincent Keyscr makes thei the delicious 7 o‘clock buffet dill-. I “5"” Florencp Evelyn Anders-(m, 159 send ill this news. Accounts of 2 nor. ' l' l fourth generation. Mrs. Horn- Bouquets of autumn flowersi Carnation Club Meeting Lincoln Teachers llold , both of Port Orchard, at Sheltonfl llf'll'lieS. dimlf’rh‘. Weddings. an- »; . 0 u ling and Mrs. Vincent plan to’ furnished the decorations for the i. Held At Cormier Home “At Home" Meeting :Sept. 29. i "'fvfmfiry (fl‘llt‘brarEIOTllg gm] 3115 l * A visit her several weeks. Mrs. E.‘: rooms. Honors for the eveningi The Carnation Club of the DC- The Lincoln school teachers! Mike John Gobhardt, 26, , and; o own giies s s ou e p .on- ' iM. Kcyser, mother of Dr. Key-l were won by Mr. and Mrs. J. L. , gree of Honor met last Thursday were “at home” to the mothers Marjorie Alice shin/isv 22, both, ed or turned in for publication. . tan,wash_ ,Scrv 1mg“ he‘f‘thfms if; Spolfiviel Replivgfier and Mr- and Mrs- Dugiat the home of Mrs. John Cor—l of the pm. A. preceding this‘ of Montcsano. at Shelton. St‘DtUi fallqgi‘gfnggm figv§$§§l§$bfi i ~ , €011 M011 83/. 11 01 V151 mg 019.03“ lson- , lmier. A potluck luncheon was first meeting of the year, last 29' 0 !, fo'w,‘ Tiwgd’q‘ 0,1“;de ‘ for a month i V'Il‘hol‘irPFSES-‘ntwizr ‘ served at noon and the day Was Thursday. With Mrs. John Dot- 1 mill-2"“): F“ may“; “ydppvf'i mth m": S's/Hp“, gfltlm‘éaiz‘m; , l‘ 6'9 ‘ . 1 “ i {spent sewing for the. Red Cress. son presiding, the meeting was 3’" Vet-Vi 0 ‘ 0’ Wm“- IM “,' “ ‘ , N WAS “1;? Data/En: Ch. .1 . I- 1 't] “9“ MT" .chlmgerv Mr- and Mrs' 'i Plans were made for a series (it opened with the flag salute, fol- 3v Shelmn' at Shpn’on' Snpt‘ 27' a?“ “at” IO‘mT‘mg. 9"“ font' l r Yuan r». r” 0-“ 4”” W1 1 Bill Dickie, Mr. and Mrs. R. J. public card parties which will Janmg ymmg‘ 20, and Cathpr-‘ edding bunks fol youi (on- ., their daughter Agnes, droVe from i JohnstDn‘ Mr. and Mrs_ Howard i Start on October 14 at the 1.0.01: lowed by group smgmg 19d by in.) Anna Cameron, 18‘ Kmnyda],._l veniellce ill writing out ii. report FRUITS . . . Miss Juanita Harrell. A cordial . , , . . v .,,.. ._ '"9 a see, their'ncw mnddau mm. Lin; OS .eSS' any 0 0’ ydg‘ ‘ e 0; Chinese checkers Will be played. expressed and Miss Bertrand pre- day “""'t ,Wmvod by order “f Jl‘dgoi ‘ ' i F 0 2:15 P i‘da‘ ROW g " g D “"3de by the “(more guest‘ 5 A meeting will he held this Thurs- sented her staff of teachers and F' Wr‘ght‘ ,,_ 5 _~ FINEST 00 8 AT and sun , { Actiwtm To day at the home of Mrs. Eugene Miss Alma Peterson, Shelton: angd‘fiigg L‘TIfitfifit. 3;; wilt. , Attend domino Tea 1 . BEST PRICES 10¢ an .’V.F.W. Auxiliary Meet 0“ Wednesday Warner at the K. D. Apartments. school nurse. County Supprm- , y “' ‘ “"' *‘ " ‘ i M”- ~‘md Form“ “Nd M”- i be served Shelton, Sept. 27. . ,Will Meet On Friday A re ular meetm of the Act i, A potluck lunch will tendent, .i. Martin reported on' Bernard Winiecki attended a ten. 0 W: F i The “Kw, Auxiliary will hold; wettes gwm be he“? on Wednesfl and the group will sew for the the Progress of the County Gan! Fred E‘ cafipor' 26‘ Emlmdflwil {1le by Mrs. Hal‘Old Murphy at HOCDSPORT . ., 33. regular meeting on Friday at' day at the home of Mrs_ Hal Red Cross. den Project, sponsored by the and. Jean ROt‘lr(’Ckg 17' Reddmg'l “‘31” Olympia home last Friday ithc Memorial Hall at o'clock. Briggs A 6:30 dinner will be P.-T. A. Continued support of,C“'1'f" 3t,Shenon- bept- 21- A somal afternoon was enjoyed. ." —- 1 served following which the reg- _ the school lunch was pledged. The: Donald C» Remekm'v 19- and ‘M “ —- ~~~ —— 4* .0 FEATURES QVisit In Bellingham " " Tacoma Officers Monday flag for attendance was won by DOY‘OUW Kf‘ml’toni 16- both 0" j Mrs. led her daughter celebrate 1 birthday. l sister, Merna Haskins. Visits Brother—“~— ME POISONED l PEN" and Mrs. Tom Rowe. Ellen Putnam and v Missi |Vera Rowe spent the weekend in i Bellingham where the former help-‘ herI Miss Rowe visited her Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Matson and' ers. Ethel McDonald of Benton, spent the weekend in Shelton visa I iting their brother and family, Mr. B Saturday ," V. - mm i i. GRANVILLE i L , Annulment m smmi . . 3% Paul snmou l NOSE DROPS COUGH DROPS ...-.........-.........................................H l ular meeting Will be in session. , . Mrs. W. A. Witswrs, accompan- Dancing Club To l Hold First Dance [the officers of the Edward B. The Shelton Dancing Club will Rhode Unit No. 2 of the. Ameri— i hold the first dance of the win- can Legion Auxiliary on Monday 'ter series at the. Memorial Hall evening. She was assisted by the on Friday evening. October 10.iinstalling team of the Pierce Dancing is SCthUIE‘d to begin 3tiCounty Salon of and 40. The 9 o’clock to the muSiC 0f Rasmusv i installation was held in the Le- sens orchestra of Olympia. 'gion Hall, 1 Mr. And Mrs. Needham The final fall installation Wil . be. held in Yelm tonight, where \Veekend In Belhngham . . . d t the Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Needham M” W‘ts‘ers w‘" m“ “0 ied by Mrs. E. F. Martin, installed Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Gibson, for- . i1 reunion in Tacoma on Sunda lmer Shelton reSidents, who have y 'to their many friends' and Washington for the dinner and visiting. During the after- lv la , VNt In 0 Dmp noon Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Messm- ZMrs. Hugh Hamilton Honored At Party A surprise birthday party for Mrs. Hugh Hamilton was given by Mrs. Duncan Wilson and Mrs. Frank Willard at the latter's home last Friday. A 1 o'clock luncheon was followed by two tables of contract. Honors went to Mrs. Attend Football Game Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Elliott at- itendcd the \Vashington-Minneso- {ta game in Seattle on Saturday. iThcir daughter, Marlon, accom— l panied them to the game. Adella , and Joy Rucker, who accompanied l them to Seattle, took in a show. E Sunday they visited Mr. Elliott’s l Parents. Mr- and MTS~ 3- W- 131- Francis Eacrett and Mrs. B. N. iliott in Kent. The two Mr. El-l Collier. A lovely gift was pre- lliotts attended the baseball game sented to Mrs. Hamilton. Those i on Sunday. present for the gay occasion were I Mrs. L. C. Burrell, Mrs. Leo Mar- Mrs. Witsiers Installs Miss Marx’s room, although all{ the rooms were well represented. Tea was served by the members of the executive board. Silver Tea Planned By Agate P.-T. A. The Agate P.-T-. A. will hold another Silver Tea at the Agate school on Friday evening, October 3. A program will be presentedE during the evening followed by the silver tea, with the usual I. George at her MeCleary home, I Entertain Weekend Guests- Mr. and Mrs. George Andrews entertained at their home over the mother, Mrs. Emma Miller, all of Seattle. Terry Lynn Skelsey Celebrates Birthday Terry Lynn SkelSey invited number of friends to her home Saturday, to help her celebrate her 8th birthday. Those attend- ding were Illene Loughnan, Stew- art Loughnan, Karen Condon, Bob- bie Condon, Mary Wilson, Richard Wilson, Pattie McGaughy, Bobbie Eacrett, Anna Mae Jost, Janet- Swanson, Donald Rutledge, Nadia i l conducted for Shelton, at Shelton, Sept. 26. Ex-Shelton Logger Buried in Olym Masonic funeral W. J. Hurl, former Miss Betty Diehl of Shelton). Rav- l Visit Daughter er, Lyle, also visited here. I meet with Mrs. a , Wednesday at o'clock to hear a italk by Max Jensen. thers of Scouts are invited to at- Seout Mothers Meet Tomorrow Scout Mothers of Troop 23 Herb Other tend. limore than 100 million punch cards to turn into statistics the ans-=3 wers to the 1940 inquiries on thel The Census Bureau is us services were; in Olympia. yesterday Shelton truck logger, who died at his Ore— gon home last Thursday as the, 'iresult of injuries suffered in an' iautomobile accident a month ago. Angle on i pia' will mo- ing. prices as a maximum. : t . ' , . t Mrs. Clive Troy Will . . . . B.” I . activities of over six million f ' .r . Mime of Hippocrates (the Greek physicxan who lived ~ . i tln. MI‘S- N811 thheo. Mrs. ‘ B u Em 1 L bb Sh 1 l arm-"1 S F t 350 . . - E terta W.C.T.U. . aI‘Te e 1 Y. 11‘ 93/ These unch c d m 011 II'S . H ,B. C.) until a comparatively short time ago, the [‘th womeng Christian Temp! Dickie, Mrs. Collier. Mrs. Eacrett. Hatch and Susan Hatch Mrs‘ music ‘2)“, ar s S] llar to a i devoted practically all his time to curing disease i t had developed. End nlol'e doctors are practicing Preventive Medicine, EnOthing more nor less than the PREVENTION OF v As knowledge of definite causes increases, disease before the advance of scientific medicine. become omeallpox, which was for centuries the i. of the world? Vaccination is practically wiping it out. r" becomeof those great fatal epidemics of Yellow It "Diphtheria? Scientific medicine has all but elim- ‘ he one, and will gradually'eliminate the other as the .W'OPQI-ates more fully toward prevention. “t Victories of Scientific Medicine in the fight against are discovery of Insulin for control of diabetes. and . °f liver and ventriculin for pernicious anemia. Many x‘emain to be won, but, as you read this, scientific A lime PRESCBlPllllllS is lHl min llllPfllllfllll iiiili it [ill 308le II .9 ~ Sfublio About the Doctor" op On Display I assassinate:has:r4 riday, October 3 . . . . Mrs. Hamilton, Mrs. Wilson and rance Union Will meet on Friday] Mrs. “ymard with Mrs. Clive Troy for a 1, o’clock potluck luncheon. W.S.C.S. Slate District Meeting At Kelso The Vancouver District meeting Angleslde Bridge Club Holds Meet The Angleside Bridge Club met with Mrs. Carl Macke on Hood Canal last Thursday. Honors were Won by Mrs. Alden C. Bay- ley, Mrs. A. E. Hillier and Mrs. Bertha Grisdalc. Delicious re- ! freshments were served during the for the Women's Society for Christian Service will be held in lKeiso- in the Methodist Church ion October Sat 10 a. m. All iii- ‘temSted ladies are urged to at‘ afternoon. The next meeting will tend— ,be held with Mrs. Angus O'Neill Marytha Bible Class i 0“ OC‘ObeI‘ 30' Will Meet Wednesday . The Marytha Bible Class of the Attend “MM” came Roberts on Wednesday p. m. at 1130' Seattle on Saturday. Catholic Card Party speaker at the Grays Harbor County Convention of the W0- men’s Christian Temperance Un- ion. tended and another party is plan- ned for October 9. Mrs. Marga- ret McKay won the door prize. Mr. Harris and Miss Buffington iwon the 500 honors. Turkey Dinner Is Planned For October Committee chairmen are meet- ing with Mrs. O. K. Stephens this afternoon to plan a turkey din- ner, sponsored by the Catholic Church. The dinner is slated for October 23. Donald Smith Honors Mother At Dinner Party Donald Smith entertained 20 friends and relatives at the Ger- ald Byrne home on September 25 with a turkey dinner in honor of the birthday of his mother, Mrs. W. .H. Smith. The party was a surprise. Flowers were used to decorate the house. The hon- ‘ ored guest received many lovely gifts. Edgar Byrne Leaves ning for relatives and friends of Edgar Byrne, who left Sunday evening for San Francisco where he will attend school. Cards were the evening entertainment. Mr, Byrne received many nice gifts. Delicious refreshments were serv- ed by the hostess. Error In Card Party Notice Pinochle and bridge will be played at the Ladies of Moose public card party this evening, September 30, not 500 as an- nounced in error in last week's the first of a series of four parties. Horace Skelsey, assisted by Mrs. Winston Scott and Mrs. Lloyd Loughnan, took the group to the library, where they enjoyed the children's hour, then home for games, ice cream and birthday cake. Li Entertains Son _:-.and Mrs. John Mifflin and hoi’ Seattle were. dinner guests at the home of his mo- ther’s, Mrs. J. D. Mifflin, on Sun- day. In New Home Mr. and Mrs. J. S. McCallum Mrs. G. C. Anglo Returns Heme daughter, Mrs. E. J. Murnen. Ladies Sheaffer fountain LOST: Matlm'k Townsend Club Plans Friday Meeting The Matlock Townsend Club will hold a regular meeting at the Mary'M. Knight. school on Fri- day. October 3rd at 8 p.m. A keeno party is planned. Mr. And Mrs. Grimert Entertain Dinner Guests Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Grunert en- tertained Mr. and Mrs. Jack Ship- ley of Portland, Oregon, and Mr. and Mrs. F. 0. Anderson of Olym- pia at a dinner party on Monday. Capitol Hill Club Will Meet October 2 The Capitol Hill Club will meet at the home of Mrs. Elvira Tur- ner on Thursday, October 2 for a. 1 o’clock luncheon. Oetadia Killough will be the. assisting host- ess. Leave For Home dren of Idaho Falls. Idaho, left on Tuesday for their respective homes after visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Ferwerda. Bremerton Visitors Here Mr. and Mrs. Jim Tallent of Bremerton were weekend guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lew- is Wiley. Baptist Circles Hold Nice Meeting- Tlle Baptist Circle met at the church parlors on Wednesday af- ternoon for a nice meeting. Ra- layed an accordion selection. Mrs. i l | y l ‘ Month of October! 1 plates, if you like, or re-make in same material at half ing this Anniversary Celebration This will be the last are then rlln throu h tellectrlc tabulating machines g e purpose of convertin th .n statistics into totals. g my for price dur- Set with Translucent Teeth SHELTON, WASH. «medicine are laboring to conquer those yet uncon- I Methodist Church win hold .a tegrédald‘yigéefmerynfiugw are now occupying their new ’ . aML 7__-__ regular meeting with Mrs. w. F. Washingtomanes‘nté game ,5 home on Anglesidc- r a S C An Individual Study Is Made of Your Case NO LOSS OF TlME OR INCONVENIENCE To Heating 0! Customers of DCKINSON 0“. CO. i . . joint installation of officers. She price. The public is invited to He had been logging out of‘ V atiewgiggg%;§igielgsgyfigg will be accompanied by Mr. trand attend. Wilhelmina. OBI/“rogO-I'li fall] Ugcc‘laa-"itv 'ih ' i600 ‘ ‘ . ‘ Mrs. Martin, Mrs. M. A. Clo ier “'0 .Veal‘S- 1'- ‘lll‘ 9“ >9 '. . ew'kYREs T(_ R. o % daughter, J36, vylho tls 12.: isltudenE, and Mel Dobson. Attends Bridal Shower ton about five years gigolo make, t k l . . illl’ll 'iilll‘i‘lhr c '- arose... aria ‘hfii’ir‘i A. .. . . Me °f iii “ C a C p gas”? 1“ “muncmg e ,' 3 _ . “Ca 1 _‘ ' en ‘amiy leOn attended a bridal shower in honor “‘0 0 “go” W0 years ago. tive imn'le te w h V. et Laraman‘vt TaligféTDs lmg sunfiay they “Slted W‘th Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Noblett, of Mrs. Herman Nelson of Olym- H0 is survived by three sons, . e a arranged SALVE lfnends m Sea‘tfle' among them’ Phyllis and Gloria attendedafam- pia, which was given by Mrs. D. Albert lhlleand 0f the former Wlth our Suppheri the Uhlon 011 (JO-i to offer protection on Diesel, Burner t th home of Mr. and Mrs. G. last week. mond and \Villiam; two daugh- . , , .‘ Try “Rub-My-T'ism" a wonderful recently purchased at home at 5;. chblett. There were about 25 ‘ tors, Mary and Doris_ and his 011 and Stove 011 for the entire calen- Ly f, r 1 ._‘V DIInILEWls Linimcni i2002 36 W. They sen greetings relatives present from California Mr_ And Mrs" (mm-go Andrews mdow. dar year Of 1942 at our todays posted . Suitable c0n~ , Mrs. Lou Packard, Bennett and Weekend for Mm Amy Greek, Mr. and Mrs. Joe McKinna ()fi tracts be submitted later as 8V1- ._ Vir inia Lund and Mrs. A. L. ger 0f Oakland, put .on some eli- " i “y Centralia spent Sunday visitin . ' ' i - [Feraerda visitéd friends mmym hibmon dammg’ ’whlch Hwy ma firs-Clogs;ga1§;mggrega%rcli grigfiréd at the home For their daughteg ~ dence of this price protection. '~ ' pia. Tuesday afternoon. at the San FTanClSCO Fan- Normal Lou, and Mrs. Andrews. I Mrs. J. C. Ro'ush. Jr. Her broth-. We wish to take this opportunity of thanking our heating oil customers for their past patronage and know that this announcement will be accept- ed with great appreciation. ’ Dickinson Oil Co. Celebrating Successful ears, of Dentistry In Olympia Mrs. W. F. Rbberts , 1116“ Last Thursda Mrs Grant C An le returned i y . - g W i Speaks At Montesano The Catholic card party held Sunday evening from Tacoma a]: angzawoergrofi Ware 3’9" ICHAQD E. GRENBEQG pr‘op.- Mrs' w'. F‘ R°bert5 Spent laSt in the St. Edwards social hall last Where She has Spent the PaSt few one of our b t'f fa es '9“ Thursday in Montesano as guest Thursday evening was well at, days visiting at the home of her 8311 I U. all-pink of S. W. Washing- Pinocme honors went to Mrs, pen. Reward for return to Jour- o “” Roberts and John Cormier, con- nal Office. Helen Cole. 1 ton . . urlng t e tract winners were Mrs. O. K. 9-30. 10-2—2t. Stephens and Vin Connolley and “fir—~_~— W (i month of October. 0 Immediate Denture Takes, 0 Guessing Out of Platework C Offer of this kind For School Sunday. Mr. and Mrs.\ Henry Ferwerda o w i n g to the ad- Mrs. W. A. WitSiers entertain— and daughter of Puyallup and Mr. vance in price of WITH CRYSTAL CLEAR FLATES ed at her home on Saturday eve~ and Mrs. A. W. Negle and chil- dental materials. paper. The party will be held in chel Chase had- charge of the F||_|_|NGS ‘ the Moose Hall starting at 8 pm. program which centered around “ . CROWNS Prizes will be awarded for high the Burhma Road in China. Wy- N . score and a door prize will be lie Hoyle played a special trum-l P ay 0 INLAYS given. The admissionprice in- ct Piece accompanied by Mar- o BRIDGEWORK eludes the refreshments. This is guerite Chase, and Hugh Adams PLATEWORK 1 A. W. Ho 1 1 d th d vot'o s. ‘ X-RAY tyer’S Mr. Atmil bg‘g.sJa.r:lles Grimes y e e e e l n s Enter a" “n ‘W Dinner Southslde Club Will 3m: - , Mr. and Mrs. James Grimes en- Meet 0,, October 3rd P R l C E 5 NO H l G H E R T H A N S“ E A T T L E, T A C O M A or Portland 10' tertained at their home on Sun- The southside Club- will meet iii Huerby Motors Authorized Ford Dealer for Mason COHnty day witha dinner party in honor of charlie Grimes of Raymond, who recently returned from the Floyd Newman and children, Jer— ry, Jimmie and Betty, all of Ray- mond, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Bariek‘ lman, the hostess' parents, Mrs. Clarence Bariekman. and Mrs. Nellie Wmds 0f Shelton. l at the community hall on Fri- day, October 3 at 1:30 p. m. All members and ladies of the com- afternoon calendar. Visit Here Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Burger and sons of Tacoma, were Sunday {nests of Mrs. W. F. Roberts. l 'ID‘i‘SeyiiAi-‘P Army. ' Guests ineluded . Mr- munity are urged to attend. Elec- , grtmes fiotherl Mrs' Katherlna tion of officers and discussion of I ' ~ . ‘ 9., "‘ i :1 “mesv 13- Ted Olsen. MTS- school consolidation are on the y E D I T D E N T ,-......