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October 2, 1941

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. October 2, 1941. 'viees. During October, the gen—i Services At l ‘ THEWMEiinoni’s'r'oniinon l i ‘. I ‘ . . eral theme for evening services Rm“ 1" “'y‘ Mauld‘m’ Pasmr ‘ ' ,9 Begin Sunday will be, “Great Men of God Faith—l r October 1941 j, K ‘\ ful in Humble Service,” discuss-‘ 9140 Church SCHOOL . ..h b y evening the first ing the lives of Moses, Davidy Pe_! 11:00 Mermng Worship.‘ ' 3 I" of evening services ter and PauL The evening serv_; OCtObCJ‘ 0th has been deSIgnatcd {1 I v “‘ at Mmmt Olive Lu- ices will be in the nature of a de_ y VVorld-Wide Communion Sunday. "‘tlaéthe "' i Hillcrest, begin— votional. lasting about forty-five 7:00 Young Peoples servme' ""lg i ' :' 9111. These services minutes. The sermons in the {:30 Monday ,9“)ng the reg‘ “we van "4' 9‘ indefinitely, every ‘ morning and evening sermons are l “1311 board meetmg WI“ be at the “"d e er1mg, in addition to not the same, but in the eveningl Cl‘m'Ch' 3 11100 am. Sunday ser- series of addresses will be given. l l “new? See Our Handbills A FEW EXAMPLES or THE MANY VALUES iii Barbasol Shave Cream . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 31¢ 12¢ 39¢ 12¢ 24¢ ‘l‘PintMineraion........................ 23¢ \_____________________________ FootWaXPaper 41¢ intMilkofMagnesia.................... 17¢ iyson Hot Water Bottle, 2-qt. .. . . . . . . . . . . . 39¢ QO5-GrainAspirin...................... Prices Subject to Stock on Hand “.8. We Deliver 7230 Wednesday evening is thel ing her brother Hans Nelson, in hour for the midweek service. | l s .71 .~_——- l i I l plan. ll cu want from our large selection. long as 90 days to pay this amount. Brothers Announce A New Lay-A-Way Plan FOR THE PURCHASE OF Electric Refrigerators, Washing Machines, Range and Oil Heaters Due to the extreme shortage of Electric refrigerators a n (1 other appliances, we believe that it will not only secure them, but also, due to the new manufacturers tax, prices will be considerably higher dur- ing the next few months. We have on hand a consid- erable st oc k of merchandise, which we purchased at the old prices, and due to the fact that many people have not been able to buy now because they did not have the,$25 to $50 cash down payment, necessary under the new credit restrictions, We have developed this no w lay-a-way HERE’S HOW THE PLAN Wonns You come into the store and pick out the merchandise you If the down. payment is $30 for example, you can take as We lay the merchandise away in our. warehouse until you have completed paying the down payment. When down payment is completed merchandise is deliver- ed to you an‘dyou have as long as 18 months to pay balance. Matlock Events Nucleus Of News I Brevities Here! Matlock, Oct. 1.~—Mrs. Mary Goggin returned from Los An- geles last week and now is visit- i l I Seattle. Mr. and Mrs. A. S. King and Ernest and Mrs. Anna Rediska spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. James Adair of Little Rock. The Adairs lived at Matlock some forty years ago. A large crowd gave Mr. and l Mrs. Marie Anderson a charivari popular in other cities, due to the at their home at Lake Newatezl last Friday night. Cigars and beer was the treat from the bridegroom and the bride served a delicious lunch. Each one wish~ ed them a hampy wedded life. , Mrs. Anderson was formerly Miss ‘ Norma Dunkelberger. Mr. and Mrs. Aner Bateman moved back to the Mary M. Knight vicinity last week. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Bradberry of Shelton spent Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Elvin Hear- ing and Mrs. Anna Rediska. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Waller and children and Paul Christensen of Tacoma, spent the weekend with Mrs. Zeo Priszner and sons. Frank Winkelman called Sat- urday morning to see his father, Albert Winkelman. “ Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Way spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Reed. Mrs. A. S. King, Mrs. Anna Rediska and Mrs. Elvin Hearing called on Mrs. Earl Bateman Fri- day afternoon. Mrs. Anna Reed came up from Shelton and spent the past week with her son, C. E. Reed and fam- ily. Tuesday afternoon, Mrs. C E. Reed took her over to visit with Mrs.\ Norman Ellison. Mrs. Lin Roderick and family and Mrs. Aner Bateman and daughters called on Mrs. Hear- ing and Mrs. Rediska Tuesday afternoon. The P.U.D. men are working real steady and are in hope of having the current on in this neighborhood by the end of this week. Hope they don’t disappoint us. Edith McAfferty and Mahlon Firr of Olympia spent Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ferris, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. A. S. King and Ernest, were Shelton callers Sat- urday. George Mellor and daughter. Miss Georgia. visited relatives in Winlock Sunday. I l STUDENT BREAKS THUMB David Swenson, s I dent at Irene S. Reed high schoo‘, was treated at Shelton I—Iospital’g‘uesday for a broken thumb. 1“: 3r} :5“, 1.5 to "':.~.' I 2 be difficult to SHELTON-MASON OUNTY JOURNAL o’ o o 0.0 0 S_(_)CIAL .g l 0.0 l o o :0 Course In Nutrition Will Be Offered Here Mrs. Margaret Reagan, teacher of home. economics at the junior high school announces Tuesday evening as the opening night for classes in nutrition under the aus- pices of the Mason County Chap-: ter of American Red Cross. The course consists of 20 hours in-: struction in nutrition and 20! hours of demonstration and in-' struction in mass feeding. This class has been one of the most fact perhaps, that housewives are beginning to realize that during the next few years food varieties will be curtailed and unless VVGi know food values, our families will not have‘the necessary bal- anced diet to keep them well through trying times. Remember, Tuesday, October 7, at 7:30 in the cafeteria at the junior high school. Attend 5th Anhivcrsary Celebration In Brcmorton Mrs. Bert Short of Union took part in.the 50th wedding anni- versary of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Tegstrom of Pearson, which were held in the Pearson Church near Bremerton. Later in. the evening the group gathered at the family home for a Sunday evening supper. \Vedding Dance Honors Mr. And Mrs. Larson Neighbors and friends gathered at the Fish Hatchery Hall on Sat- urday evening for the wedding dance of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Larson. Mrs. Larson, before her recent marriage, was Miss Alice Forsberg of Elma. During the supper hour, members of the Simpson Logging company steel gang presented the couple with a service for six, set of silverware, and extended wishes for many years of happiness. l I Mrs. Hal Briggs Entertains Club Mrs. Hal Briggs entertained the Activettes with a 6:30 supper on Wednesday evening. After a short business meeting the evening was spent playing cards. Cut prizes were awarded to Mrs. Francis Eacrett and Mrs. Harold Wat- kins. Mrs. S. W. Price and Mrs. Charles Savage two new mem- bers, attended Wednesday’s meet- ing. Others attending were Mrs. Charles Rowe, Mrs. R. E. Duck- ham, Mrs. J. L. Replinger, Mrs. Paul Marshall, Mrs. Watkins, Mrs. Fred Snelgrove, Mrs. Eacrett, Mrs. John Stevenson and Mrs. Briggs. Shelton Ladies Hear Talk On Mental Hygiene Mrs. Lawrence Burrell and Mrs. John Dotson;were guests of Miss Alma Peterson, when she and Mrs. Florence Smith attended the monthly meeting of the Mason— Thurston county nursing staff, held in Olympia last Monday. Dr. Hogue of Seattle, secretary of Department of Mental Hygiene So- ciety and consulting department of healthgispoke on Mental Hy- giene. Her talk was most in— teresting and informative and she stressed the fact that insanity is a mental illness to be treated and nothing to be ashamed of. .+__.__ Hood Canal Women’s Club The Hood Canal Women’s Club will hold their first October meet- ' ing at 11 am. in the Hoodsport clubrooms, on Thursday, October 2nd. The morning will be devoted to the business meeting, with luncheon to be followed by one. of the most featured programs of the year, Mrs. A. M. Young, of the Seattle Art Museum, with pictures and slides to illustrate her lecture “Art Of The Ameri— cas.” Club women and the gen- eral public are urged to attend, as it has been designated as Guest Day.-—~ GENEVA S. SHORT, Pub- licity Chairman. VVVVV'VVVVV V UWVUVVVVVVVV Too Late to Classify ‘AM‘fifl Am C AAAMMMA WANTED: Woman to do house- work. Inquire Mrs. Horace Dun- bar, Capitol Hill. Don’t phone. 10-2-7—~2t. FOR SALE: Porcelain enamel wood and coal range with cop- per coils, $18.00. Lloyd Van Blaricom, 14th and Olympic, Angleside, phone 324.1. 10-2-7—2t. WANTED AT ONCE: Carloads or truckloads of large, smooth, sound maple and alder logs. Higher price, liberal scale, prompt settlements. Northwest Chair Company, Tacoma, Wash- ington. ington. 1 10-2-7-9-14—4t. WANTED: Garage to rent. Must be close to 611 Bellevue. Phone 322R. B——9-30-10-2——2t. FOR SALE 7-room modern home with large tract of land. Excellent ground with lawn and flowers. will make a fine suburban home. Close in. $3,000 with $500 doWn or $2500 cash. HERB ANGLE USED FURNITURE 3——wood ranges .................. ..$19.75 l—Montag Range with coil .................................. .. 37.50 1—Monarch range with coil 29.50 l—Olympic oil range, like new. Was $179.50 .......... ..139.50 lfiwood and coal heater 9.50 1—-—Wood and coal circulator 19.50 1-—wood circulator .............. .. 34.50 1—-Quaker radiant oil heater 29.50 1-«Simmons studio couch, good condition .......................... .. l—Dinning suite, table, buf- fet and 6 chairs .......... .. 29.50 1—4-6 coil spring .... .. 7.50 1—4-6 Walnut bed .............. _. 6.95 Olsen Furniture Co. HOSPITAL PATIENT Harold Deigh, Simpson Log- ging employe, was admitted to Shelton Hospital yesterday for medical attention, 1 Shelton—Valliiy lied program of songs, drills, skits,, 'member, was not present. 'the grange history and was well This 29.50 l Grange Booster Lures Big Crowd By Una \Vinsor Shelton Valley, Oct. 1.—A good crowd was out Tuesday night to! the Grange Booster Night meetw ing, and an interesting and var-i and musical numbers Mrs. Katherine Cru-l son and her drill team from the; Welfare Club in Shelton kindly came out and put on their work; They also honored the charter, members of the grange, Mrs. HJ A. VVinsor and Chas. Wivell withl a song. Mrs. L. G. Shelton ofi Shelton, the only other charter; l The members, directed by Mrs. Oliver Constable, gave a panto-; mime re-enactment of events in, readings was enjoyed. received. After the program, dancing and supper held the in—; tercst. The grange wishes to thank the non—members who help-, ed in the evening’s program. ‘ Mrs. Fannie Champlin left Sun-l day evening for Tacoma to un— dergo an operation this week. Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Phillips of, Shelton, Mrs. Oliver Constable" and children, Marjorie and Rich- ard and Merridec Wivell from! the Isabella Valley and Mrs. Wal- ter Cooke were visitors at Echol Farm the forepart of the week!l here from grandfather, E. A. Rutledge, get in his winter‘s wood. Mrs. Dewey Bennett and son Keith, with Mrs. L. G. Shelton, spent Monday evening with Mrs. J. A. Roles in Shelton. Cards were enjoyed after which hostess served refreshments. The first meeting of the grangc in October will be held next week, ' Thursday, the 9th. Can you make I L it 7 "‘ Mrs. Chas. Wivell was over from the Isabella Valley for a visit with Mrs. Walter Cooke Fri- day afternoon at Valley View Farm. Mrs. A. J. Carlson and Mrs. J. A. Roles of Shelton spent W'ed- nesday afternoon with Mrs. H. A.l Winsor and daughters, Mrs. Dew- ‘refreshments were served. .quite ill the past two weeks, re-; the , Page Fiv Camila/011.1. nine. vs. E.W.C:E. At Dayton Bills 3 In Tacoma Friday Tacoma, och—1:3itter rivals _ I for the Washington Intercollegiate By Mrs. A. E. Lemke iConference football title the past Dayton, Oct. 1,—The Dayton'two years, Eastern Washington Community club will hold their iCollege and Pacific Lutheran will regular meeting next Tuesday eve- ; open the 1941 Winko season in ning atthe hall, October 7. Althe stadium here Friday night, report is to be given on the trus- October 3. tees’ meeting. Everyone is asked 2 Games between the Savages and t9 be Present—3150’ Please bung l Lutes have ranked among the P195 for supper- ' , f,state’s most bitter grid scraps, About forty “lends and nmgh- ! with Cliff Olson‘s club edging Red bors gathered. at the Dayton hall ! Reesevs Cheney huskies’ 18 to 14, Tuesday evening, October lst, t01here in Lincoln bowl two years bid Dave Rayson farewell, for he] ago and again nosing past the has Jomed the Navy to do hls I Savages, 20 to 14, in Cheney last duty for our country. Dave left year. The Lutherans came from OH VVedneSday f0? seattl? and ' behind to win both times against the“ on to 53“ Dlegov,cahf- , :a club which displayed superior He was presented With a Cigar- rushing power but proved vu1_ ette ,llghter from the,C1ub~ The nerable to the deadly passing and evenmg “’35 Spent 1“ Playmg lateral throwing of Marv Harsh- games and dancmg, after which man and uTommyguanommeI-vik William Dinning has returned? to his home, after doing his timel in the Army. Mrs. J. W. Rayson has been g l covering from a tonsil operation. _.__. l l i .__.___. NAMED ADMINISTRATRIX Mrs. Alice Millo was appointed, administratrix of the estate of her ‘ husband, the late Elmer Millo ofq Hoodsport, in a superior court or- der signed by Judge D. F. Wright i Saturday. DANCE SHELTON VALLEY Sponsored by Shelton Eagles BOBBY SHUNACK'S MUSIC MASTERS SAT., OCT. 4 Admission 25¢ per person Dancing 9:30 to 1:30 _ New Floor, New Garagei l Permits Applied For Two small building permits) were issued this week by City Auditor Gordon Hendry, one to the Pastime for laying a new l floor at an estimated cost of $200, another for a new garage at an i expense of $150 to be constructed ' by Harland Jordan on Hillcrest. I l l l l ‘ To Heating Oil Customers ey Bennett and Ava and Una Winsor. In the evening Mrs. Charley Baker and Jean called at Echo Farm. As they drove up the valley they came suddenly upon a large black bear in the road near the gravel pit. At repeated honking of the car horn the animal lumbered up over the road several yards before climb- ing up over the bank, where he paused to watch the. car go by. Earlyne Bennett, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Vearl Bennett. who was taken to the Shelton Hospi— tal last Friday and given treat- ment for threatened pneumonia, has improved satisfactorily there. Jean Baker is out of school this ‘ week on account of illnes, while Mable Holman, a victim of the flu last week, is back at her studies again. Mrs. Dewey Bennett visited in -elton Monday with her aunts, 1\ "s. L. G. Shelton and Mrs. Frank Wandell. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Robinson and Mrs. J. A. Roles were out from Shelton and spent Friday evening at Echo Farm. Progres- sive pinochle was enjoyed, with Mr. and Mrs. Robinson winning high score. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Adams and the new son, Allan Willard. of Tacoma, visited at Valley View Farm with Mr. and Mrs.i\Valter Cooke Sunday evening. Harold plans to move his family back to Shelton this week. . of BICKINSON (ill. 00. We take pleasure in announcing effec- tive immediately we have arranged with our supplier, the Union Oil Co., to offer protection on Diesel, Burner Oil and Stove Oil for the entire calen- dar year of 1942 at our todays posted prices as a maximum. Suitable con- tracts will be submitted later as evi- dence of this price protection. l 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. ' 325 South First St. SHELTON, WASH. . I It Will Now i Pay You To See te on Display At Our Showroom Al Huerby Motors ‘- Authorized Ford Dealer for Mason County