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Page Four SHELT MASON COUNTY JOURNAL l .- Thursday, l i . l iMary Dobson Reports American Mrs. Frank “'andcll Owners Asked To Sam Gordon Will Appear ‘ Arcadia livonmnii-s ('4 Bride Showered i Honored At Dinner . : Claim Their Disims i Here On October 16, 17, 18 Legion Auxiliary Ncwn Items-e Slates A (‘ani Party Mr5~ L310 BaSVSCtlg entertamedi Three cake plates and several} Contract bridge is CinCh, 110' The regular meeting of the, A (“Ai'll purity 35 'b ‘ GBGgll members 0f the tam‘l‘y and “059' ames used in tho ‘W.C.T.T.T. iost- E cording ‘0 Sam Gordon. The; Fred B. Wivell Unit No. 31. Amcri— by Hm Arcadia ECO“. -\ . . . l g . . . . l fllends WBdne-Qday evening f0! 3‘ ' Kibitzcr, who Will be here for a‘ can LegiOn Auxiliary will hp hold for Friday (‘vcuing at g. y eVem ess house are still unclaimed. The i in hOnor “ birthday dinner, of her mother, Mrs. Frank Warn; W. F- Roberts. given owners are requested to call Mrs. i -m WW...“ “momma-rm 1 At Belfair Home By T W0 Sisters} series of contract bridge lesson— lecturcs on October 16, 17, 18 in sido club house at ‘chlc. 500 and Grim) October tho The program on 7th in Memorial Building. Tuesday, l . , i .— . . . dell at 6 001001“ I PHONE 100 By M“. Glad)“ in.ng V Masonic Temple, sponsored by for the new year Wm bi; planned ; will bc played. and a h Him —’ "—w W F w _. _,- . . - Belfair, Oct. l.-—~--~A weddingshow~ ‘ G1“ SCOUt Counmlv Inc- and the chairmen of various com- ‘I SW01] HVSRY (llll'nlg ’ pan. '1‘ l or was given Miss Esther Jones by He says the “my aim 0f two} mime“ Will be "m'mun‘ml ‘Thp ““lmlss‘ml' pnce ‘9 indefir ,y Dickinson—Rediske Wedding Held In Seattle Friday At a lovely ceremony in the ,Zion Lutheran Church in Seattle last Friday evening, September 26, Miss Myrtle Marie Rediske, white bible covered with two white lLincoin P.-T. A. Starts iAnother Successful Year I The largest meeting in Lincoln, ,P.—T.A. history last Thursday was} number of ladies: :due largely to the unique idea of gthe hospitality committee, that rence Munson was in charge of I ‘ Norma and Irene Wilder at the, John Beard home on North Shore! road on Wednesday. Quite al attended and3 received many beautifull and lovely gifts. Esther will be Esther Saturday to the Glen Harris homel partners in a bridge game is to tell each other how many tricks they expect to taken, and what is their best trump suit, if any; and that‘s all. And to give that in— formation, a player need not be a pect to trump. All other depart- ments of the game are treated in rcl'reslimcnts, and eve-n 1 . I x. v 'lhc inembcis from Slulton, who Ulrmmmomu accompanied Mrs. 'W'. A. VVitsicrsi to Yelm, where she conducted the last fall installation of the your.l were Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Martiii,. Mr. and Mrs. Mel Dobsou and, “15.9.8. “'ill Meet On \‘Vednosday, ()(3 The VYomcn‘s Socie tion Svrvive ol' the Team Honors Mrs. Coble . . a The drill team of the Generalj Shelton’w l d ht VI d M ' Ionly aug er of l r. an rs.;was carried out so successfully. man-de rater in October. civil engineer. a statistician and . . .. I , . . , r {Ottp Rediske of Seattle, Irc— The parents were invited to re» Miss Barbara Jean Stevens and a clairvoyant. l M185 .fiMEH/Y at ‘ Sung: ;peatcd her nuptial vows to Miles;port to the room of their chil- Billy Bond were. married at the A11 he needs; is to learn thm ML” “who” 353"“ 3535 “g Q h) . t1 ) "h ‘ic'h i W‘. Dickinson, only son of Earl F. 5 dren to get acquainted with the I Bead home last Friday evening by: few basic rules and signals used? ed by the Eatmf‘l‘l“ Insm‘latm” ' E‘néégégtlifig. if) .Ilfam EDlelllSOn of Shelton. {child‘s teacher and room mother, the Reverend J. P. Ferguson of by experts and other practical telamr‘ f Skiiqdeqliaugh Hf? ganged in? VV 1 The Reverend bensene perform- I also to meet the parents of other Port Orchard. We wish them 1 players. which is the Horse Sense c9. 5’?" gr x1e. “9 ‘Sg, b‘ ‘.. i Mp; \v M Elliott. «H . ,ed the wedding ceremony, which 3 Children Of that r0031- A b11230? mUCh happiheSS- Imethod, the only requirements to 1%“ “1D y FEES t L' "lmst digrgt' be lithe-j (‘i E 21m?»ch " . iwas a candlelight service. The .1 was sounded to call assembly for Mr. and Mrs. Melvin moved in-. play an acceptable bridge game. mid agSy 'dms 0% pa ) the] th’ _ , mo,le RAM- ‘ i, 9 :Church was beautifully decorated 3 the regular meeting. EnthuSiasm to the Swan Truedson cabin home? His method of counting tricks. presl 8,“ ' ma Shani Pr€$“?bc ), :fi 7' ' L '4 "a hes 00 iwith large baskets of Chrysanthe_ : marked the meeting throughout Sunday. They were living in one! is tho natural way am. player b‘mnen MES] .’t‘u.es ,CD, _’""FMW~V , 1» '- gmums. iand carried on to ‘the tea room of the Wolf homes, across fromi wouldusgif‘he \Nerg notuconfused (jepagtrlzfn Efllag’ r V 1 Given in marriage by her fa- downstairs. .The table was beau- the Ferncry. iby too mam, suggestions You stanar11 Ldlils mu: an L i . ., ither, the bride was attractive in' “fully! appomted With snapdrag- Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Allen and[ merelv tempt“) your aces kings dancmg O owe 10 mm mg' ‘, i 5 la smart beige afternoon dress with ; ons, ackeved Susan michaelmas son Dean of Olympia and Mr“ 11 ‘ k 1» yo 1 ex, " w“ I‘ l “I ‘ H . ‘ v- , i .. i .- . .rl “:el 1' Drill . lbrown accessories and carried a l daiines and marigolds. Mrs. Law-l Helen Babcock from Seattle came queem' rm t e um S l Gene a fa e i l i I ! iorchids, the floral arrangements. Mrs. to celebrate the 2nd birthda ofl . , ~ ‘ Miss Florence Janssen of Shel- John Dotson and Miss Blanche little Dean Allen. Those Illelp- the same Velrl_2:§lml)hC1t3‘ Kg?rgegimgergégifggzgs onlea so? Thursday Eton was the bridesmaid. IquriBel‘U‘fi1nd Domed- The BXGCUUVB 111g Cdebl‘ate W610 Dean's fa- Mrs Chapman will Accompany ‘ Saturday. evening at the Memor-' TWO FEATU . Edress was of green crepe with]; board was hostess for this de— ther and mother, his two aunts,. Mk; Fm 1 Cook To qhelton 131 H311 in honor of Mrs Roy Co-i Catherine szg and-Leif Erickson discover— velvet trim. Yellow roses form— i lightful tea, in charge of the hus- Helen Babcock and Alfred Em- ” y k I ‘ i it "You can't make qul cup of , .— while making Paramount’s “NOTHING BUT THE TRUTH” CATHERINE: N othing but the truth, now—are you (be Leif Erickson who discovered America in “If: No, I’m the Leif Erickson who discovered M.].B. in 1941. CATHERINE: Isn’t it delicious! Best of all, it’s good any way you make it. “If: Even if it’s made much weaker? You'll have to Show me. led her corsage and her accessor— ies were black. Chester Valley, also of Shelton, acted as best .man. “Because” and "Yours" ima. A reception was held at home of the bride’s parents for the immediate relatives and a few close friends. Flowers decorated the rooms. of Yakima, aunt'of the bride, poured, while another aunt, Mrs. Harlon Rediske, cut the large tiered wedding cake at the bride’s flowers and candles. college classmates of the bride, served. . Mr. and Mrs. Dickinson left following the reception for a honeymoon to Vancouver, Canada. ,On their return the couple will make their home in Shelton where the groom is employed at Rayon— ier Incorporated. The bride is a graduate of the were , i sung by Miss Mary Kuist of Yak- ‘ the . Mrs. H. M. Aumillerr table, which was appointed with Mary Kuist ' and Irene Hoisington of Longview, : ’; pitality committee, 1 1Eells, Mrs. Art Bennett and Miss 1 Florence Jannssen. At a previous board meeting, ,the chairmen of each standing committee presented the plans for the committee for the coming year for approval of the board. The hospitality committee was the i first to score a hit in carrying out one of their many ideas. Miss Harrell, music chairman, added Imuch to the program with com- munity singing. Miss Frank, namely accompanied by I both are Lincoln , teachers. ; Thursday‘s meeting being so well organized before the first regu- committee and its work, points toward another successful year for the Lincoln Parent-Teachers As- sociation. iSheito‘n VVoman’s Club . Will Meet On Monday The Shelton Woman's Club will hold a regular meeting on Mon— Mrs. S. E. Soule, chairman, Mrs. Roy‘ l i lar meeting df the year, as to each i I i were callers Wednesday at theltables mert and husband and Grandma and Grandpa Harris. All had a grand time. Walter Morrison did some plow- ing on the Swan Truedson place on Saturday and Sunday. The Agriculture club of South Kitsap high school were visiting Wednesday, families of the boys who planted field corn last spring. They Weigh. both fodder and corn to determine the quality and quantity. There were about fifteen scholars and their teacher, Mr. Lippert. Mr. and Mrs. Dooley were Shelton visitors Wednesday of this week. Sheriff Gene Martin of Shel- ton was out calling on friends in Belfair last week. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Morrison Irving home. Your scribe has been laid up for the past week with the flu. There are a lot of bad colds in this vicinity. i News has just come in that the Mrs. B. C. Combs has just re— ceived word that Mrs. Chapman, superintendent of the State School l for the Blind, is coming with .Miss [Floyl Cook for the Fine Arts Ex— hibit sponsored by the Mason 1 l County District Federation of'Wo- Lhel men‘s Clubs, November 13, at the Memorial Hall. Miss Cook exhib- [ ited several pieces of her-Ceramics v at the San Francisco World’s Fair, ~she also painted the murals of the smart Cocktail Lounge of the new hotel in Salinas, California. i Miss Cook and Mrs. Chapman will ibe houSeguests of Ms. Combs iduring their visit in Shelton. ers. Roy Getty Entertains :Bridge Club On Tuesday ,' Mrs. Roy Getty entertained at :her home on Tuesday for the l members of her bridge club. Two of cards were enjoyed by Mrs. Jesse Barrett,:Mrs. Carl vHellman, Mrs. Glen Edgley, Mrs. iGeorge Cooper, Mrs. Lawrence iMunson, the two guests, Mrs. Margaret. McKay and Mrs. John- iBichsel and the hostess. Honors ble of Alaska, former leader of? the team. Mrs. Kate Cruson, cap—T tain of the team, presented gifts‘ of appreciation to the older mem— bers of the :team . .and corsages' were presented to Mrs. Coble and 5 Mrs. Ole Johnson, first leaders of; the team. A. good size crowd en— joyed the evening's entertain- ment. Mrs. Hazel McComb, Mrs. Ruth Yule, Mrs. Bill Griggs, Mrs. W. J. Rawding, Mrs. Viola Aus‘ tin and Mrs. Frank Bennett who were in it when it was organized in 1939. The group went to Shelton Val- ley Tuesday evening and put on the drill for Booster Night. Mrs. ‘Winsor and Mrs. Charles Wivell, charter members of the grange, were serenaded with special songs. Plus “BROADW BILL" Say It WITH FLOWERS They Bring Comfort -and Happiness FUNERAL DESIGNS Ann ' ClarkGABLE . . , . 'Yakima high SChOOIv Yakima val‘ day, OCtObCI‘ 6 at the home of Belfair Gara e has Chan ed hands.‘ were won b Mrs. Hellman and chTzllth-E:;§ee.’ Made strong, at btlter~made ley Junior College, Western Wash-l Mrs. W. F. Roberts at 720 North Mr. Johnsong having sold out to Mrs. McKay): Mrs. Cooper won DeTi83r2L131bwfinggnEyl-iie msauno “ea It Isntwatery' mgton College Of Education andiFourth Street The Subject “MCH- Mr. Black. More about it next! the galloping goose, and Mrs: , RUSSELL w “If: It’s swell both ways! "Km can't make a bad mp ; has taught 1“ ,Shelton for three 5 tall Hygiene” is in charge 037 MF& week. i Bichsel was presented the guest ii" ommfi "M's 0f M- 1.3-” i: the truth, the whole trill/J and nothing "Veal"? .The gloofn fittended the; Lawrence BUTTER. MES. Homer Mrs. Earl Johnson celebrated{ prize. Refreshments were serv- P THEYNIET but the ml”), UmVCFS‘ty Of “aghmgton after Taylor, MI‘SA FI'aHCIS Eacrett. US. her birthday on October 2nd. Paul ed by the hostess during the eve— Shelton Hardware Bldg. 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—d; 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 graduating from the local schools. Troop 25 Scout Mothers [Hear Max Jensen Talk I One of the most interesting and informative meetings of the Scout lMothers of Troop 25 was held on Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Herbert Angle. Max Jensen of the Tumwater Council for Boy Scouts was present to talk on :Scouting. The mothers found his stalk of the greatest of interest land his suggestions very helpful. lout. Discussion was held on the ,W. F. Roberts and Mrs. Walter iElliott will assist her. lBordeaux Girl Scouts Hold First Meeting ‘held their first meeting on Tues- iday with their hollyv leader, Mrs. ,Lawrence Burrell, in charge. Carol Moir was elected secre- tary and Marlen Cain. treasurer. Following are the chairmen ap~ pointed for this month; Ways and Means, Delores Rutledge; Hospi- i of the ,children for the mothers The Bordeaux Girl Scout troop =. ifrom this group will take cane? Foster also has a birthday on the same day. ning. The next club meeting will be held October 16th. 1N. BOMBAY Phone .232 v270-W ‘ other coffee—return the lid to I Elil‘l Sheldon, Troop 25 SCOUtl tality, Carol Calkins; ‘M‘cmbcr- ‘ M. J. B. 00., San Francisco, and we l leader was 315'? present He aSk' , Ship. Beverly Mead: Publicity ‘, ,_ . will refund double your purchase ! ed the commlttee to attend to i J oycella Williams and Service "I . i V price lthe badges f0? the new Sy5t9m Shirley Burrell. Three girls ’- i . I ' [of awards which he 15 working . \ . \ . gaaawmvrwflmxmrxr 'ways and means to get the troop into uniform for the inspection to be held in November. The Mothers Club had a treat III! CllND..for drip or glass coffee makerleGULAI GIIND..for percolclor or coffee pol. for the boys at their meeting last \ 0 It’s Thunderbolt! It’s a thunderbolt of beauty . . . aston- ‘ \ . \ E x ishing in the way it applies_true aero- vancements up thexr§1eeves.These:;-r § Dawson and Mm Roberts. Th, Halibut Um on capsu'es _________________ H \ dynamic Styling' The melting, fluent Provements are now 1.11 the new??? ‘ \ next meeting “7111 be held at the Hanbut Liver Oil cap5u|es ............ u 250 ‘i \ lines were frankly patterned after With the_ power-rationing ablllty 9f \ lhome of Mrs, Davidson. Halibut Liver 0” capsules __________________________ H V \ Cthsler’s famous show car—The Fluzd gram and Vacamfliimignttragnfils; \ Wedding Held At — ‘ ‘ \ a Chrysler Thunderbom igécttslrilolghfiirfro; Zvcrysallon- \ “t£“:.?m§l:.?’§‘at pretty, ,nfomai " , Upjohn Super D Perms ______________ 305$; \ "Is Spitfire Engine-l . V . . \ Wedding Was held in the Baptist ' fléfld gfighg‘ut the spe_ Upjohn Super D Perles __________ n 100 for \ ' 0 Now! Try F'u'd Drlvuig! \ parsonage. on Saturday, Septem— . pilérnowledge of Upjohn Super D Perles ___________ 250 ’ t. \ Even more gorefilel. More get-away. Get away thaws unbroken by gearshift \ leer 27th, wgen i..{issgath§rige Am}. . and 'h . h . H I k SCI-iptiofilaglisilgieg: Super D Cod Liver Oil 91131 I t t “C6, ‘ e ' ameron ecame p‘ _e 0. 0,, , mm _ _____________ fl I. \ And, were e lg 0 mm“ ing . . . from nothing to any speed‘you \ James Young. Both are (Lf King w“ 3&- V‘ Would be, hazard_ Super D Cod WM 011 ________________ 3 most efficient—the most wear-resistant —-engine ever developed by Chrysler. It’s "built for the duration” and we‘re ready with facts to back that remark! 407 S. First , It’s Open House «I your, Friendly Chrysler Dealers 35: [VD DRIVE me BEAUTIFUL NEW CHRYSLER! \ o Conserires Fuel! Chrysler engineers have plenty of ad- want as smoothly as a. Maybe you’ve never driven a Chrysler before. Well, take the wheel of this one! " \\\‘\ \\ , \\ - night. x. gliding swan! Phone 132 attending the next P.-T. A. meet- ing. If this service is successful it will be continued regularly. Plans were made forwa cake to be given away at the P.—T. A. meet- ing next Thursday. Proceeds will go into the trOOp fund. Plans were discussed for the year‘s work and each girl was asked to bring as many new girls to the meeting next Tuesday as possible. Slleltonites Attend ,Bremerton Luncheon Mrs. Ralph White of Detroit :Michigan, Mrs. E. B. Sutton and } Mrs. Bill Dickie attended a lunch- ‘eon on Wednesday at the Brem— lerton home of Mrs. Otto Schult- -sheis. The luncheon was given lin honor of Mrs. White. who is lvisiting her brother, E. B. Sutton. l l in Shelton. Plan Card Party For October 9th ‘ Another card party is being planned for October 9 'by the Cath— olic Church. Further announCcr merits will be made next week. w d d M t' , . n . i ‘ . . l3; Bigfémgf“ .r ABDU Vitamin Capsules ........................................ .. 25 for {file ,1 i The Marytha Bible Class moi ABDG Vitamin Capsules ____________________ __ 50 for 980 ‘ ion Wednesday at the home of , , 1 ' """"""""" iflier}?hflclgggertsMigr —Amerz'c_¢’s finest candy ABDG Vltfimm CaPSUIeS ------------- j---;--: ---------- -~ 190 f0? 1-79 lMaulden poured and Mrs. Hugh Agre t _ t tzs t $5 'ABDG (High Potency) Vita-min Capsules .......... .. 50 for 1.79 H it t h b‘thd - k, avarie a c o ;-. _ . wascupmffiiedmforai’hgaos y “ A'BDG (High Potency) Vitamin Capsules ________ _. 100 for 2.98 casion. Mrs. Maulden reviewed the chapter in the study book for “the program. Mrs. Hamilton was presented two lovely gifts. Thosr present were Mrs. Walter Elliott Q KEEP mun cl Ill SHAPE \ ll Just received — direct from the makers , by, Winter Grade Is Your Battery IL now . o - - p a Danger Zone? . . I l L I You Never Hesuaten _ . . . to heed tliehints and houndings if you your car to carry you thru in Fair 0r Weather +- much more important to k yourself Fit to Perform -— streiiuous the Task! . FORTI'Fl/ and SAFEGUARD Yourself A gainst Vitamin. DEFICI some]; VITAMTNS Keep Brit; with SA ‘ Brakes -~ no matter ho,‘ Navitol Capsules .... .. 25 for 59c Navitol Capsules... 100 for 1.97 Navitol Capsules... 250 for 2.59 Mrs. Tom Rowe, Mrs. Charles ' 30 . l. Runacres, Mrs. Mel Saeger, Mrs Adex Tablets -------------------------------------------------- Mr Oliver Constable, Mrs. Clara Ham- Adex Tablets ------------------ mond, Mrs. Jerry Samples, Mrs _Mervin Wingard. Mrs. Clive Troy. | Mrs. Bertie McKinney, 'Mrs. Maul- den. Mrs. Hamilton, Mrs. Vernon County. Reverend Bovee pcrform- ‘ ed the ceremony before memberS of the family and a number friends. Queen Esther Girls, held the first : of this week. out for the first meeting of the i The meeting was president, Gertrude VVhalcy; vice- presldent, Alta Bailey; secretal‘yv Patricia Rhodes; treasurer. Bever- were made for a Hallowc’en pal" ty to be held the Monday before V Halloween. A hymn was sung land Mrs. Troy led the group 1“ J the “Lord’s Prayer.” of, Campu; Make-Up provides instant loveliness, for it... ls smooth, non-drying, light as Goes on with ease for work or A favorite with inodern, young women everywhere. ousl .anowledge is an ingredient in every prescri ‘ we fill! ptmn Prescm” tions RD EGRENBERG .PROP. SH‘ELTON, —7~—_ . . ‘. Abdol improved (ABDG) Vitamin Capsule? ‘0 NEWEST mumn or Hum DRIVE AND VACAMATIC TRANSMIsfloH semen Mi" ("5‘5 “l0” Vi'l“'e""°""°'°‘°""""’ 20 W“ 'mpmved (A306) Vitamin Caps-fies .139 “First Meeting This Week 4’7 lines; ' _6m"s Abdol Improved (AIBDG) Vitamin Capsules 250 I A large group of girls turth Gives even tone, and never 0f Filling Abdo' 'mpi‘oved (ABDG) Vitamin Capsu'es 25’ ' shines! Shelton Abdel with Vitamin C Capsules .............. .. ' \\ called‘to order by Helen Troy anvil] dew; l Abdol with Vitamin c Capsules ........... .. '23:. \\\\§\‘:\\\x\\ mlgutevs 1“ er? rgag' Thfelhnxiq Helps guard against exposure, Hal'nler plain Capsu'es - > ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' " ‘1 i . 0 ma weie ace 0 as n 0 '00! Hallver Oil Plain Capsules ............................. 1y Burrell and devotional leader. Play; H ' . Edna Whaley. It was decided to N0 Powder needed; lasts O" V . have the meeting twice a month. day! . r . Z A S' L' the 2nd and 4th weeks. PlanS “ , . I . ‘. . “I M Cod Halibut—Liver Oil Cod Halibut-Liver Oil Cod Liver ‘Oil (plain or mint flavor) Cod Liver Oil (plain or mint flavor) . Abdol with Vitamin C Capsules Abdol with Vitamin C Capsules iv