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r ATE; “4.....Lm -a - Page Two SHELTON- ASON COUNTY JOURNAL i‘OCtOh \ .-Tucsday, October: j Visit Brother Mr. and Mrs. Sam Hickson and family of Burien spent Sunday visiting Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hick- son. The two men are brothers. Say It WITH FLOWERS They Bring Comfort and Happiness FUNERAL DESIGNS AND HOSPITAL BOUQUETS Delivered anywhere, anytime Travis Floral Shop Shelton Hardware Bldg. Phone 232 270-W GRAHA THEATRE ‘ SH ELTON, WASHINGTON Two shows every night Starting at 7:00 P.M. Matinee 2:15 P. M. Sunday Last Time Tonite! Edward G. Robinson — George Raft MARLENE DlETRICH “MAN POWER” 2.].Wednesday Only Agnarley Chan Adventure L” "‘ Sidney 'Toler . Thursday. I‘Only BARGAIN NITE TWO FEATURES Friday - Saturday ‘ Priscilla Lane —— Jeffrey Lynn —- Ronald Reagan “MILLION DOLLAR BABY” M i ' rence home. 5. Union—Family In Move To Oregon; More News Briefs Union, Oct. 13.—The Joe Rosen- thals have moved to their new lo- cation at Cannon Beach, Oregon. They will be greatly missed in this Vicinity. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Martin are at the McReavy home for an in- , definite stay. I. P. Callison has returned to lhis Union home after an en- joyable and successful hunting trip into British Columbia. He reports that hegvisited very beau- tiful country and among his tro- phies are moose and a Rocky Mountain Big Horn, the base of the latter measuring sixteen in- ches. Mrs. Alice Martin exhibited li- lacs in bloom and this is unusual for this time of year. Mrs. M. L. Anderson entertain- ed in her new home in Tacoma, honoring Miss Clara Eastwood, the occasion being Miss East- wood’s birthday. The October meeting of the Hood Canal Improvement Club was postponed and it is hoped that all those interested will at— tend the next meeting which is to be held the first Monday in Nov- ember. D. A. Grout of Valsetz, Oregon, has purchased the .W. C. Law- Mr. and Mrs. Grout intend to make some improve- ments to the property and will then reside here permanently. Frank Nosworthy was the agent in this transaction. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Turner, Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Olaison and Mr. and Mrs. Carson Stookey of Olym- ‘pia were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Nosworthy. They were entertained at Rau’s Chick- en Dinner Inn. Mrs. J. Porter has returned home from _the Shelton Hospital where’ she was in ‘a very serious condition. Vislt Here Mr.‘ and Mrs. J. B. McGoldrick of Olympia spent the *weekend with Mr.‘ and Mrs. I. L. Wilson. 46* i? Watoli For in! Olym ia 151: and Franklin v r MAKiNG AIRPLANQ ENGINES _.-'.,.\I vlli. V'AK ’3 WW “4".”- g. .E. 1st Grove Cliff Wivell’s’C‘ERTIFIEDV * 3'- 'I'EXAGD ; Representatin in Mason County for g, on&wwi PRODUCTS COMPANY :H-ighlyGrade Fuel and oils ._ ‘ROMPT oeuvres W“ with «enemy I l. were aromas}; and. today. Tuesday, imaga‘jpintpartye veil by their :Moaday. "afternoon; ; artery: school. heir":’grirlfl1hbtl‘ier . and "great- .‘gftendmothefawére P a. earl-1e. «Donald is ’-Fréddie" 1i. Yesterday . . . Today . . . Tomorrow ITS PROVED VMVE-INFHEAD "VICTORY" ENGINE leads in all-round performance V It’s built of quality materials. . It 1 features the same sturdy cast-iron pistons which Chevrolet has developed during twenty years of manufacture of millions upon millions of cars. . . . It’s designed and built to out-perform, out- saveand OUT- LAST its field! Drive this car today, at your nearest Chevrolet dealer’s, and convince your- self of its leadership. II limo will: lEADER , v AND all In: “AD-INC wv Me“ ChevroletCompanr g Huckleberri-es . Going Strong In I l Dewatto Section By Mrs. P. W. Nance Dewatto, Oct. 13.~~A cold north __ wind today, seems to be heralding the coming of winter. The huckleberry pickers are stil going strong. A man who didn‘t give me his name, said he had averaged $15.00 per day. Hlsi biggest day was 637 pounds. » Mrs. Bert Carney returned last week from Illinois, where she spent the summer with her mo- ther. She was accompanied home by her mother and sister. I illi- dersmnd they exPCCt to Spend the seven stately tapers, flanked the! Wlnter Eere‘ tall baskets of: white chrysan-l .Captam J- Harden ,mece {ind themums and greens which deco-i Wife of HOOdSpOI‘t, VlSlted W1th.rated the altar. of the church_ his brothers, Monroe and Wheeler, i Reverend R‘ w. Maulden perfomm and hls S‘sterv Mrs' George cun'l ed the nuptial service before 25 ningham ,last week. At the ml h f th t _ P. W. Nance ranch they pickedi Him ms 0 e lmme 1a 8 fa?“ enough apples to do them for the} The bride winter. P. W. Nance had a fincl by apple crop this yea“ I in a white brocaded taffeta gown , Mrs. Will O’Brien of Port] st - r . . , , , , yled With a sweetheart neckline, Orchard ViSited With her Sister, puffed sleeves, and bouffant Mrs' George Cunningham; last,skirt with velvet applique. Her week. Ifingertip veil fell in soft foldsx Mr. and Mrs. Wharton and two from a seed pearl bonnet halo. Children Spent the Weekend at She carried a white praycrbook their home near Bellmgham- with a spray of White orchids. A ' Mr. and MrS- Mlnal‘d BabCOCk, strand of pearls, a gift from the and Mr. and MrS- Douglas Bab‘ groom, complimented her halo. Miss Gertrude Elizabeth Wright I 1 \Veds Aberdeen Man Saturday 1 The First Methodist Church of Shelton, lit with soft candlelight, was a picture of beauty Satur-i daughter of Mrs. Mary Wrighti and Alfred L. Brecht, son of Mnl and Mrs. Alfred Brecht of Aber- deen. i Two standards, each holding! i i i I I I l I given in marriage Everett Reichman, was lovely 000k Spent the weekend at Miss Agnes Wright, the bride’sI Vaughn. sister, was the maid of honor. The deer hunters were here She was gowned in peach taffeta out similar to the bride’s with. a sweetheart neckline and bouffant skirt. She carried an arm bou- quet of yellow and white chrysan- themums and wore a band of flowers in her hair. The candles were lit by Miss Edith Wright, the youngest sister of the bride. Her gown of gold net over taffe-- “en masse” on the 5th and 12th, and a good many between those two dates, but very few deer tak- en this year. A considerablel grumbling because the bird sea— son, coming just before deer season the bird hunters scaredl the deer all back in the deep woods. I can’t verify that, but something has happened to the . . . deer. For they were in the roads ta, was full skirted. A hairband of flowers and a wrist Corsage of Egg qrchard‘s until a few weeks. yellow and white Chrysanthemums icomletdh The salmon trawlers are in their Bgst (inangvvaés) Sfildhmif Brecht of “Seventh Heaven." Salmon are ' _ lAberdeen, brother of the groom. thilc‘lgnagsr‘fl’rddizfs 133332.521 131231;: ” Mrs‘ D°novan Palmer accompa‘ I med by Mrs. John Dotson, sang got ten to twelve fine big salmon “I Love You Truly.” Mrs. Pal-I Sundaylthe 12th. mer, who played the ~wedding Mr. and Mrs. P- VV- Nance at‘ march, played “Because” while. tended the Belfair Improvement Club Friday evening, the 10th. There was a big crowd. Mr. Har- ry Deyette and Several others from Shelton attended. The en- tertainment consisted of a moving, picture play, news reviews show-i ing the collapse of the Narrows Bridge and several other interest-i ing news features. followed by a lunch. 'Mr. F- Ritzen aCted, The rooms were decorated with 35‘ Pfefildenfi .m the abseQ-Ce 9"} fall flowers and thebride‘s table! .Pinkie Williams, reglflar Pres“: Was centered with bronze chrys— dent. ' . ,anthemums andta r ‘11 Among the viSItOTS en30ylng‘ the candelabras. . ’ he gh-izhitefiltirjrtgd' deer season at Dewatto, are brideigfcake' served by Miss and, Mrs. Chester Camfimnv. his Alice Brecht}, Sl 'ter of the groom, sister. Mrs. McKay ,andihusbandv and ,Mrs. There .Baskerville, the and .Mrs. Cameron S daylight?“ bride’s aunt, .potirérl.A-.Mrs. Reich-' Maxme Clark, all T833an ' 0f; m'an‘lwas‘ in change of the serv' ‘e ‘4 Yakima, but formerly‘ of ‘De-i figFOi. going. aw Ere t‘l watto. wore a black 'crepewdness ’i‘ l' gold trim and matcfiin iaccess‘r-g 11th And 13th Birthdays Iés. TOrchids formgsz-V Corsage? Celebrated on Monday After a..shor_t {37%. m9 trip he” Donny; and gaggle "~Cropper‘ young couplewillgiiake‘their hlfiie celebrated. their: birthdays. ‘v’vhich iii-Ape“??? Brechhisil rm, '3' 1’ the candles were lit. Mrs. Wright, chose a gown of R.A.F. blue crepe and a gardenia corsage for her daughter’s mar-I riage and Mrs. Brecht wore a pleated teal blue dress and a gar- denia and rose corsage. . The reception was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Everett Reichman, cousins" of the bride. ,empl‘pye . i Co pally. The). ride graduated fro ~.'E,i‘l$ Irene'S Reed high school wi tllje‘class f 1937 and the *gr, om is a‘ gra uate. of the Aber- deen! high 'gschool. ‘ ' . l ixfibthiir. ;1M,rS-‘ Writ thrower. on resent ' from how :' 3' ' .~ ' 13 and C‘mp‘ 3W0mgn's Club I ars Mrs. B3 C. Combs The Camp 3 Federated Women‘s Club met Thursday at the club- ghall. After a short business ses- ision, the floor was given to Mrs. B. C. Combs, district president, who gave a most interesting re- port on the state convention held in Seattle last June. The meeting adjourned and a lovely luncheon was served. The . table was attractively decorated i in Columbus Day motifs of tiny ,ships and red, white and blue streamers. Meeting was again called to or— der and plans were discussed for a Hallowe'en party. Mrs. Ellison «presented yarn pil- lowtop. patterns for handicraft work at our next meeting. . is; ‘ Hatchery Grange Slates Annual Booster Night The Hatchery Grange will haVe . its annual Booster and Hallowe‘en party Thursday night, October,‘ 116th. All grangers and their friends are cordially invited. Come l and enjoy real hospitality. A lpotluck supper will be served. , R. W. STRIKE, Master'- No-Host Dinner Enjoyed ‘ Before Dance Friday Before attending the d an 0 6 sponsored by the Shelton Dancing, Club a no-host dinner was enjoy-‘ ed at the Colonial House by Mr- and Mrs. Roy McConkey, Mr. and Mrs. John Bennett, Mr. and MI‘S~ | George Cropper, Mr. and Mrs-l IWilliam McKenzie, Mr. and Mr?- , Louis Van Arsdale, Miss E1518; Collins of Seattle, houseguest 0f: I |Mr. and Mrs. Cropper and JaCk I Ellis. 1 5 Carnation Chlb Will DESIGNED TO {Illa IN STYlING l DESIGNED M t 0 Th d l 1,. . ee n iii-s ay ‘ T0 “AD IN The Carnation Club will meet I l Ion Thursday with Mrs. C. C- l Smith at Sixth and Cedar. for a ipotluck lunch at noon. The aft-- l l _,_.,. PERFORMANCE ernoon Will be spent sewing for DESIGNED the Red Cross. TU EEAD IN ECONOMY lLincoln P.-T. A. Plans 3 {Thursday’s Meeting I l The meeting of the Lincoln Par- ! cut-Teachers Association will be lheld this Thursday at the Lincoln Eschool at 3:30 pm. The enter- l tainment will be by the 4 dens of cub scouts. George Cropper Isl i the chairman, F. E. Soule. CUb imaster and T. D. Deer the 379" ‘ sistant cub master. Each den Will Y present their own stunt and Max f r o m l Olympia, will be the guest Speak” ler. A display of cub scoutingl y’handicraft will be on the tea ta' ible in the tea room. The kinder- ! garten Mothers will serve tea Wlth l Mrs. Fred Huss and Mrs. Alfred Killmer, chairmen of the commlt' tee. The Lincoln P.-T. A. spon-i sors pack 10 and urges all mo'l thers of young boys to come mu] ‘scc what ('ub Scouting can do . Phone 14 .work at the art exhibit being . month, 3,, c. Penn.ey.},il$>coélt troop isponsored. by ‘ joyable. Card Party 15 O7le ..-—..____.__. PHONE 100 Further Plans Made For District Federation Meet One of the speakers of note, at the eighth semi-annual meeting of the Mason County Federation of] day evening for the wedding ofl‘ Women's Clubs, to be held Wed- Angeles, Calif,, were dinner guests Miss Gertrude Elizabeth Wright, 1 nesday, October 22 at the Method- of M1: and Mrs. Roy Greenwood ist Church starting at 10 a. m., will be Mrs. A. M. Young of the Seattle Art Museum. Lieut Colonel Paul W. Warren Will be a featured speaker during the! afternoon session. Mr. Warren who will speak on National De- fense, served overSeas during the last war in command of a ma-l chine gun company, was actually! iii the front line for 120 days.l Following his retirement from the 1 Army in 1929 for physical dis- ability he studied employment and labor problems and spoke on this subject before a number of em- ployers associations and labor or-, ganizations. In 1940 he was call- I ed to active service. to organize' the Selective Service System in this state and is now awaiting transfer to Washington, D. C. to become the Assistant Director of the Reemployment Division of Selective Service. i Mrs. E. F. Martin has been appointed District Chairman of‘ the newly-created department of National Defense of the General Federation at Washington, D. C. , Chairmanship of three of the thir— teen departments, Housing, Avia- tion and Americaization, are to be announced later by Mrs. Martin. Mason County artists will have an opportunity to exhibit their Thursday,~ November 13, at the Memorial Hall, which is being so capably handled by the; Fine Arts Committee. . l l 1 sponsored by the Federation nexti I Bordeaux P.-T. A. Holds Meeting Last Thursday The Bordeaux P.—T. A. met on Thursday afternoon, with the sec- ond grade giving several num- bers to start the program. The president, Mrs. Francis Eacrett, thanked all the members who served on various committees, those who donated refreshments: and those who attended the teach- ers' reception on Monday eve-. ning, so helping make it a suc-! cess. She then asked for do-i nations of tea towels for the school 'lunchroom: Those having coupons to turn in were asked to do so, as in a‘this way teaspoons for the tea service at the school" aro'being supplied, about four-‘ dozen having ‘been obtained, so fai. ship'driv‘e,“which will begin ,Mon-l day, was asked. It was dec'idedl to have the Bordeaux Girl Scout, troop sell tickets for the skating! party to be‘ Sponsored‘by the P.-T. A. on the 25th, at the rollerl Cooperation 'for the member-'1’ U. ,grlnk on Mountain‘View. The pub- liic» is inVited to attend. It_was "Voted 'to buy a flag for the Cub the A, and also to*'send‘-'its glefader, Mr. Slim, and his wife, as Well as Mrs. Eacrett to the Cub Shout :banquet in Olympia 'on November 2nd». ‘» I I Mrs. Lawrence Burrell then gayea short talk on Mental Hy- giene. "At the conclusion of the meeting the cake given by the Girl Scouts was awarded Mrs] H. Carlson. The troop raisedi $3.50 on the.cake sale. A delightful tea was then serv- ed withthe second-grade mothers in charge. There was a large crowd in attendance for the meet- ing. Shelton Ladies Attend Pioneer Breakfast . ' Daughters of the Pioneers of Washington gathered last Thurs— day in .the Methodist Church in 'Tumwater to commemorate founding of Tumwater bY'Mi' chael T. Simmons in 1845. with a 12:30 breakfast. A number of thq State officers were present.» Mrs. Mark Wienand, president of the Olympia Chapter, presided; overthe breakfast program. At-E tending from Shelton were Mrs.‘I Grace Dickey, Mrs. Eve ~Wivell, Mrs. Maude 'Mell', Mrs. Minnie B., Meyers, and Mrs. Warren Earl.l They all reported the meeting, very interesting and highly en-l Slated For Tonight The Ladies othhe Moose Will' hold another of their series of card parties in the Moose Hall1 this. evening. Bridge and 500 will be in play starting at o‘clock. Moose Ladies Report Turkey Dinner: SucoeSS The turkey dinner sponsored by the» Ladies of the Moose last Thursday was successful accord- mg to all reports. The ladies served over 150 persons. Mrs. Nettie Bedell, chairman of the dlflner. Wishes to thank her com- . mittee, Mrs. James Lynn and Mrs. Mabel Hall, their assistants.‘ the hlgh school girls, who served2 and the general public for theirg l l assistance and support, which made the dinner so successful. Lutheran Ladies Will Sow For Red Cross I The Lutheran-uLadies Will sew} for the Red Cross at the home of I MI'S- James Needham at 13th and i Bayvlew on Angleside on Thurs-l day. October 16th. All Lutherani ladies are‘lurged to be in attend-1 ance, starting at 10 a.m. A pot-g luck dinner will be served with.; coff‘ie' cream. sugar and- desserti furnished. - , I l Mr. And Mrs. Kreienbaum ! Entertain Dinner Club ~ 3 .Mr. and Mrs. C. Kreienbaum entertained at Rau’s for their Dinner Club Saturday evening,‘ followmg which bridge was en-, Joyed at their home by Mr- andi Mrs. Roy McConkey, Mr. and Mrs. Merritt 'Kaphingst' and M1"- and Mrs. William McKenzie I V RebekahDistrict Meet a i v» t h e V V ‘1 I .Aotivottes Will 1st Aid'Course Due At Kamilche Kamilche, Oct. 13,—Progress Grange met Thursday evening With a good attendance. The members decided to take the First Aid training course and everyone in this vicinity is invited to joint the classes. The first meeting. will be this Wednesday evening,l October 15. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Toni of Los Thursday. ' Mr. and Mrs. Ed Mura of Su- mas, Wash., were houseguests of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Carr the past week. Miss Kay Lee of Seattle visiting Mrs. C. K. Craddick. Lake spent the past week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Ellis. Mrs. Blossom Carico visited her son and family, Mr. and Mrs. James Cortesi, in Puyallup Fri- day. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Cothary and family were Sunday guests Mrs. Margaret Cothary. Fred Atkinson and John Thom- pset, English marines from the “Warspite,” repairs, were overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Boice Wed- nesday. of Garden City and Jimmy Miller of Seattle were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Nelson and I Miss Alta Nelson. Bert Rau attended the U.S.D.A. Defense Board meeting held in LongVieW WeaneSday and Thurs-f mics Club will, meet on Wedncs—' day. Kent-Tact wedding Performed Saturday Saturday evening in the Baptist parsonage, lock repeated her marriage vows to Laurence Kent of Sheltono The ceremony was solemnized by Reverend J. O. Bovee. Miss Virginia Glenn, uniece of . the. groomand Johnnie Tack- of rHo< quiam, brother of the bride, were the witnesses. Both the bride and Miss Glenn wore military blue gowns with gardenias form- ing, Mrs. Kent’s Corsage and roses Miss Glenn’s. Mr. Kent is a graduate of the Shelton high school with the class of 1925 and was a prominent foot- ball, baseball and basketball star. Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Robbins of McCleary, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Glenn and daughter Helen Jeanne, who was home for the weekend from St. Mary’s Academy, attend- ed the wedding. Following a wed- ding trip-to Seattle for a 9-week}, the new home will be made at 821 Railroad. ‘ ~ I . Large Group Attehd- ‘ . .» .l I ,Over ZOO‘ladies were in‘Sheltoh! last, Friday to attend the. 80th? semi-annual. Rebekah District .No.. meeting, held in ethe~,.Lincoln1 gym with the Shelton Ruby Rel-g bekahLodge No. 75 the; hostesses: for the affair, which was attended" by a number of grand officers- , l ‘Election and installation of'.of-§ ficers were the main eventsin thei afternoon with Mrs.‘;_Maude But-_ choc, No., .89, elected presidenm‘ Mrs. Winnifred Heart, No. 296,; vice-president; . ’Mrs, Edna New-E man, No, 282, secretary, and Mrs; Thelma Huff, No. 241,. treasurer.j Mrs._ Elmer White of the Shelton? llodge was appointed marshall and. Mrs. Nita ’Gunstone of, Olympia,‘ is conductor. . i Friday evening the Ruby Re- bekahs will journey to Elma. All those planning on attending are requested to call Mrs. Mel Dob~ son. The bus will leave at 7 o’clock. " Returns Home Mrs. Nettie Hodge returned to Shelton on' Saturday following a fourteen-day trip to Los Angeles with her son Amos Hilton Seattle. Jose at the home of Mr. Hilton's daughter and in Los Ang‘ele‘s at ’the home of Mrs. Hodge's cousin. Meot~Wednesday "The Activettes will meet on Wednesday, October 15 with Mrs. iGene Hanson for a 6:30 supp-erg Auxiliary Girls Hold InstallationiOf Officers Last .Saturday theilélunior Aux; iliary of the ‘American‘ Legion met at the Memorial Hall for installation of officers. The Cf- ficers installed- were Patricia Case, president; Jane Clothier. vice—president; Florence Fenti— man, secretary; Nadine Lauber, historian; Jo Ann Rucker, chap- lin; Jane Clothier, sergeant at arms; Jane- ~McKay, treasurer; Marjorie Ann Valley, past presi- dent; Jane McKay, drill master; Nadine Lauber,» publicity chair- man; Marjorie Ann Valley, sym- pathy chairman; Yvoxine Soule and Iris Sullivan, color bearers. Mrs. Sherman Soule is the new ad- visor. Wednesday the girls will go to the courthouse to sort out magazines for the boys in the Army, who are under quarantine in-Alaska. ' ‘ Friendship Club Holds Meetingv The Friendship Club met last Wednesday with Mrs. Joe Hill, with 11 members present. Sew- ing and visiting were the after- noon diversions. Refreshments were served. The next meeting ‘on Wednesday, October 22nd. Mrs. Fred Hickson Entertains Club- Mrs.» Fred Hickson entertained the members 'of her bridg‘e club last Thursday with a 1» o’clock dessert luncheon and two tables of cards. Mrs. W. F. McCann and Mrs. Charles Hurst won hon- ors and Mrs. JeSse' Barrett was the guest "of the .club; , *f 46!!! Wish For I“! ‘will be at the Community Hall Ia primary conference of the Lat-, is Mr. R. D. Webber of Summit now at Bremerton for I“)me . to her home at Camp 5 last week- r h. -- Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Claflin of end from the home 0 er mo Mary Tack of Mat-l ' The Women’s Circles of of They visited v in San ‘ . K ., her Munro “Sim. Juveniles 0f Degree i‘v’isiiing Daughtffl' Hold Saturday Meet , W. W. Whitmlre The Juveniles of the Degree of: arrived Friday to Honor met last Saturday for a daughter, Mrs. J- regular meeting after which they . family. attended the Popeye show. A; Hallowe’en party has been plan—l ned for Saturday, October 25 tog start at 1 o'clock. There will be: games aild refreshments. “ Din O‘ Enjoy LF. I Attend Conference I, 3 Mrs. A. L. Ferwerda atteiidedl ter Day Saints in Seattle last' week. Mrs. Fedwerda was the, music supervisor at the confer-I once which was conducted by rep- resentatives from Salt Lake City, who gave instruction in muslcl I and classes. i 70 Relieve Misery of Visit At Yule Home Mr. and Mrs. Carl Morheart of Agawan, (Montana, visited at the, I. V. Yule home recently. They‘ were former neighbors. Mr. and Mrs. John Troutman of Olympia; accompanied them to Shelton. I Released From Hospital Mrs. James Harrison was rc-, leased to her home today from the Shelton General Hospital“ Where she has been convalescing following an operation. I Home I Mrs. C. N. Sundsten returnch ther, Mrs. Ole Johnson, where; she had been convalescing for the past week. Skokomish Economics Club } Will Meet On Wednesday I The Skokomish Home Econo-, &. ,a'J .' Thursde ‘. ', A day with Mrs. Oliva Hunter forI Two FE -" a regular meeting at_1 o’clock. Seattlei-tes Visit. Here '. r .. Mr. and Mrs. Philip Gallaher of Seattle spent the weekend from Friday evening to Sunday night” with and Mrs. Vernon David-VI son. r. , : Baptist Women’s Circles 1 Will Meet On Wednesday , t h e Baptist Church will meet on Wed— nesday at 1 o’clock in the church, parlors for a business meeting. All ladies are urged to comel promptly at 1 o’clock. DelegatesI from the association meeting at: Puyallup will give reports. l Rainbow Mothers Will Meet October 2] The Rainbow Mothers will meet; with Mrs. Glenn Landers on, Tuesday, October 21 at 2 o’clock; for a regular business meeting' and will sew for the Red Cross. lAll Rainbow Girls Mothers are; .11:ng :. attend . this meeting ales-vessel» Medforrd. l Mr. C. 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