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tideration Meeting Will Be a jlnteresting To Men And W'omcn ltten SWEA' l 'ERS i :of Women's Clubs wishes to ex- tend an invitation to all women , to attend the all-day District meet- . ving to be held Wednesday, Oct- ober 22 at the Methodist Church. The morning session will start at 10 a.m. Luncheon will be served by the Eastern Star Wo- men at the Masonic Temple at 12:15 p.m. ‘ Mrs. J. M. Hutton, chairman of American Citizenship for the IVifashington State Federation of , Women's Clubs will use the theme : ‘of the day her topic: “Ameri—I :cans All, Immigrants All.” 3 At the luncheon, Mrs. L. E} . . l . l l . .‘ l i l l i Wolfe, chairman of American <Home for the Washington State; Federation, will sneak, Mrs. E. C. Riebow, junior pastl president of MaSon County Dis— honoring . SIZES 3.2 to 40 trict Federation. Mrs. ’Riebow?’ ' was singularly honored at the! , - . National Convention in Atlantiel cardigans ' City last May by winning first Ore“, Pullovers prize, a gold medal, for her out-l / L1 standing work in Home Safety} .Her plan for home safety is now being used by state federations throughout the United States, also by many fire departmentsf The afternoon session will be. of interest to husbands, also, in that Lt. Colonel P-aul Warren oi” iTacoma, will speak on National1 Defense. Mrs. E. G. Hoffman, from the Narcotics Bureau in Seattle, will, be another featured speaker. V Pullovers Natural, Blue, Green, Wine, Brown, Pastels, Rad We anticipate an interestingI l and educational program, especial- ly worthwhile, since such timely subjects are being presented. I Shut chill out, when A you wear sweaters Honor Grindrods as cuddly and pretty ;On 5811i Anniversary as these_ They fit I .Honoring Mr. and Mrs. Chris boaufifu“ and have ‘13.. Grindrod on their 08th wed— » y, dmg‘anniversary Open House Will be held at the home of their daughter, Mrs. Ernie Crane, at 319 Cota street in Shelton, next Sun- day, October 20th, from 1 to o‘clock. The Grindrods are real old pioneers of the state dating ,back to 1880 and Mason County | has been their home during near- ly all of this long'period. =All old l residents and friends will be‘ i welcome to call on the couple with {an unusually rare wedded record. l lots of becoming new detail. Long and short sleeve styles. l l 100 "/0 Pure Virgin Wool SEE .THE WINDOW DISPLAYY Rebekahs Will Go To Elma All‘Rebekahs are reminded that the bus will leave the stage de- pot at 7 o’clock on Friday eve- ning for Elma. __._..__.- w... ._n._.’ ‘ ‘c i l " Something Exciting Every Minute at the l l l 1" E X P 0 0 N ' Fun - Prizes PLAY Kano] ; TUESDA .4 AND WEDNESDAY October 21 and 22 LINCOLN M M Everybody out for a couple of evenings of Fun and Entertain- ment at the Annual Merchants’ Exposition. Come and see the new merchandise displayed by your Shelton stores. You’ll get a lot of good ideas to help solve your Christmas gift problems by browsing through the many beautiful booths. It’s your annual chance to get acquainted again with your Shelton merchants and at the same time add a bit to the charity funds of the Kiwanis and Active Clubs, joint Exposition sponsors. $25 Defense Bond Awarded Each Night :, Door Prizes Every Hour :7 Doors Open at 7 O‘Clock ADMISSION 10c Tax Included i am .3‘ . \Veds At Parents’ Home Sunday ‘ ents. -white asters with candelabras onI ‘ ceremony. land tiny cross, a gift from the and the hostess, Mrs. Clark. Miss Doris Merccdise Johnson Miss Doris Mercedise Johnson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Johnson, plighted her troth to Merl M. May, son of Mrs. M. M. May of Bremerton, on Sunday af- ternoon at the home of her par- Baskets of pink gladiolas and white Chrysanthemums decorated: the rooms and on the mantle wasl ‘ a floral arrangement of pink andI . . . . . ( 01ther Side forming, an exquxsxte- background for the bridal party: The Reverend Charles Dale offic—l iated at the 3 o'clock afternoon l Given in marriage by her fa-l ther, the bride wore a wine color-i ed wool dressmakcr suit trimmed; in silver—fox fur, with brown ac—a cessories. Gardenias and lilies of; the valley formed her (tor-sage, Her only jewelry was a gold chain i l . groom. i Mrs. Charles Thompson, the! bride’s sister and matron of hon- or. wore a teal blue afternoon gown and a ccrsagc similar to the bride‘s. Eugene May was the grooms: man for his brother. I Preceding the ceremony, Mrs; Charles Dale sang, “I Love You, Truly," accompanied by Mrs? Rose Diamond, who also played; the Wedding march. ‘, Mrs. Johnson wore an'afternoon§ frock of wine crepe and Mrs. May: chose a black crepe with White‘ trimmings. Both mothers wore corsages of gardenius and buds. A floral appointment featuring} a special dahlia, snapdragons and,l greens, graced the center of the, lace-covered reception table. The? three-tiered bride’s cake, topped! with the traditional bride and, groom was served from the lieadg of the table. Assisting were Mrs.’ Charles Baker, Mrs. T. L. John- son, Mrs. Eugene May. Mrs. M. Jones and Mrs. R. W. Johnson. After a wedding trip to San Francisco, California, Mr. and Mrs. May will make their homei 1'0 at Bremerton where Mr. May is' employed in the Navy Yard. He is a graduate of Bremerton high school with the class of 1936. Mrs. May attended Western “lashing ton College of Education and Cornish school after graduating from Orcas Island high Graves Dancing Studies at Brem~ school. ' She has been teaching dancing at, erton. The wedding guests in- cluded, Mr. and M Charles Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. Hebcr Thompson, Mrs. M. M. May, Mr. and Mrs‘ Eugene Max MI" and p.m., in the band room at the sen- Mrs. M. Jones and two children, Mr. Walser, Miss ROSe Marie Patenude, Franklin Graves, Mr. Sullivan. NLI‘.’FI‘BGMP‘ , Mrs.wRose- Diamond, Mrs. Charles Baker. all of Bremerton and from Shelton, ald. Mr. and" Mrs. Norm VVest- lund, Reverend and Mrs. Dale and G Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Johnson. Eagles Hold Regular Meeting On Menday The Eagles Auxiliary held a regular meeting on Monday un— der“ the direction of the vice president, Opal Fredrickson, dur- ing the absence of the president, Mrs. Ada Bassett. Following the meeting, refreshments were serv- ed in the large hall. Cassie Co- ble, a long-time member, who has just returned from Alaska to spend the Winter, was presented a cake decorated with "Welcome.- Home, Cassie” by Mrs. Bertha Lord, a past president. A. social hour was then enjoyed. Musical Tea Given On Friday Afternoon Mrs. Bernard Winiecki enter— tained for a dozen friends at her home last Friday with a musical tea. Piano solos by Mrs. Charles Lewis and songs by Mrs. Frank Heuston, were greatly enjoyed. Tea and refreshments were serv- ed by the hostess. Mrs. D. R. Clark Entertains With Party Mrs. D. R. Clark entertained with a birthday and anniversary dinner party on October 11, hon- oring Mr. Clark and Mr. and Mrs. John VanderWal. . A bountiful dinner was served at 7:30 o’clock to Mr. and Mrs. Pete York, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Guyer, Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Hawk- inson, Mr. and Mrs. John Van- derWal and son John, D. T. Clark A very enjoyable evening was spent. The honored guests received many nice gifts. 'Gray Ladies Cbrp Needed At Fort Lewis The need for the Hospital and Recreation Corp or the Gray La’ dies Corp as they were called dur— ing the World war, is being felt at Fort Lewis where the ladies are needed to entertain the béyS the troop. in the hospital by playing cardS. reading or writing letters.‘ The Corp does not do any nursing du- ties. The ladies must be over 35 and preferably those not work- ing, who have the daytime free. The Gray Ladies would also be ask d to chaperon girls who are in ted to dances at the Fort. A six-hour lecture course precedes enterarwe into the Corp. Any la- dies interested may secure fur- ther information by calling Mrs. William Stevenson at 439W. Junior High Parents Will Meet Tonight The Junior High Parent-Teach- ers Association will meet this evening, Thursday, October 16 at 8 pm. in the Junior High school building. Mrs. Plumb will be a speaker, the school band will per- form and the students will pre- sent a skit. This being the first meeting all mothers and fathers. particularly of Junior High stu- dents are invited. l i ' Membership Tea l Clarence. Temple. Miss Juanita Miller, 'grand faith and Jean Fellows: grand worthy adviser. will be ; 'honored at the reception. itrict Music Federation luncheon Ito be held here next E c H A I I" ( Mrs. C. Peterson, Mr. and Mrsn, ~ ,1 T. L. Johnson, Miss Jean McDon-; .beginning of their fiscal 'Mrs. Victor Ellison Mr. And Mrs. Charles “fins 3 Celebrate 59th Anniversary Members of the VViss family; gathered at the home of Mr.‘ and Mrs. Allie Robinson on Tues- day evening to help Mr. and Mrs, Charles VViss celebrate their 59th? wedding anniversary. 3 Charles VViss and Christina: Swanson were married in Minna-3 apolis in 1882 and came to Mason County with their fi in 1888, but located in the Agate: ’ict in 1892. which was their} e until they retired in recent; to home in town. Mini VViss was a machinist, first work-j r‘“ X'Li. children I £1 ling for W. H. Kneeland in the? ‘shops of the Shelton Southwest-i crn iailroad, and later in the‘ Satsop and eninsula Railroad? shops, leaving outside work forf the farm in 1912. They have a{ host of friends among the olderl residents of Shelton. 3 Members of the family included, 5‘ Mr. and Mrs. Ira Libby, Mr. and, Mrs. Elmer W'iss and daughter,l Dorothy, Mr. and Mrs. Lantz \Niss 1 and daughter Phoebe. Mr. and; Mrs. Paul Berets, Mr. and Mrs.l Lawrence Libby of Seattle, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Brown and Mr. and Mrs. Allie Robinson and son Refreshments and an-, niversary cake were served late, in the evening. Among the gifts received by honored guests was a lovely woolen blanket from} members of the family. l l l l Bridge Party Held , At Colonial House Mrs. s. A. Hatcher and Mrs.1 W. A. McKenzie entertained W'ed- l nesday afternoon at the Colonial House with nine tables of bridge... Mrs. C. J. Macke won high prize, Mrs. Phil Bayley, 2nd prize and Mrs. Ed Faubert cut prize. Hal— lowe’en motifs decorate the‘ rooms. Rainbow Girls Will . Hold Reception Here The Rainbow Girls will hold a regular meeting and reception- Tuesday evening at the Masonic The majority service and grand cross of color will be given. All Rain- bow Girls are urged to be in at- tendanee. Shelton Women’s Chorus .j Slates Important Meet 1 All members of the Shelton VVomen‘s Chorus are urged to at- tend an important meeting and rehearsal Monday evening at 7:30 ior high school. Anyone who has not already made reservations for the Dis-' Thursday, October 23 may do so by phoning Margaretta Miller, 282J, tomor- rpw. . arden Club Plans The final week of October, the year, , will find Garden Club membersl busy with arrangements for two events. First their regular meet- ing, which is slated for Monday, October 27, for which .they are now planning the program and on Thursday, October 31, a mem- bership tea is scheduled to which the public is cordially invited. The tea will be held during the aftezu noon in the Memorial Hall. Hal- lowe’en motifs will be carried out. The committees in charge will be announced next Week. All in- terested ladies are invited to at- tend. Birthday Honored Mrs. M. J. Helser was hostess at. her home on Mountain View this .Week for a birthday lunch- eon in honor of Mrs. Victor Elli- son of Camp 3. Many lovely gifts were received. Those present in- cluded Mrs. George Clifton, Mrs. E. Wells, Mrs. D. Cartwright" Mrs. H. Townsend, all of Camp] 3 and Mrs. O. Norby, Mrs. W..’ Jackson and Mrs. J. Jackson 0ft l Shelton. l a t l American Legion Auxiliary Slates Regular Meeting .5 The regular meeting of the? American Legion Auxiliary will! behold on Tuesday, October 21.i This Wlll’be a brief meeting be- cause of the Merchants’ ExpOSi- tion, at which the Auxiliary is sponsoring a cider booth. A na- val recruiting officer for this district will be present to speak and show some picture, of Navy ay. Patricia Young, Scout Scribe Reports Meeting The Bordeaux Girl Scout Troop met on Tuesday for a marshmal— low roast’at Kneeland Park. Mrs. Miles Dickinson was introduced as the new assistant leader for It was reported that the cake sale at the P.-T. A. meet- mg last week netted $3.50 for the Girls. Plans were discussed for a roller skat' 25th. ing party on the l i .. l in honor 1 l l 'PATRICIA YOU/NG, Scribe. Nurses Given Farewell Party Tuesday Evening . A farewell party was given Tuesday evening at Rau’s for Miss : Antomette Bima, Miss Marvi Carney and Miss Margaret Cald- well, who are_leaving for Seattle. ! NLlSS Carney will go to /the Har- l borView Hospital. The dinner l was attended by the nurses, Mr. Haberkorn and Dr. and Mrs. For-l l I l man. \Voman’s Club \Vill Meet On Monday The Shelton Woman's Club Winl meet on Monday, October 20, at! 1:30 with Mrs. Homer Taylor at. 829 Birch. The program on Ell-l ropean history is in charge of Mrs. Robert Trenckmann. i . \Vcekend Guests :Johnson and daughter of Minne—' 5 at the home of their leader, Miss ~on Harstine Island. ‘Mrs. Herbert Clinton, had a com- l a . A. D. Killincr Home. 3’ Scene 01" Many Guests i Monday evening. 23 guests sur—l‘ prised Mrs. A. D. Killmer with, a birthday party by dropping in: at the Killmer home during the,l evening. A birthday cake wast lit and coffee served. Mrs. Kill-i mcr was presented with a beauti-i‘ ful picture and Mrs. Doris Robin~ - son was also presented a birth— day gift. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Hoyle, who are leaving soon to make their home in Bremerton, were given a going-away present. Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Anro and children, Norman and Marie, oil , Seattle and Mr. and Mrs. Axel 1 . sota, Were weekend guests at the. home of Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Kill—? mer. .1 Visiting Relatives Private Donald White of Com-' pany C, 184 of the 40th Division from San Louis Obispo, Calif., is! here on a 10—day visit with his" aunt, Miss Elizabeth Butler and! other relatives and friends. i l l l I VVomen’s Circle Of Baptist Church Meet The \Nomen‘s Circle of the Baptist Church met in the church parlors on Wednesday, October 153 with a large group present. Mrs. Victoria Burnett gave an inter- esting report of the association meeting held in Puyallup last week. After the business meet- ing a gift was presented to Mrs. A. W. Hoyle, one of the, mem—. bers, who is moving to Bremer- ton. ' Ann Lou Ellie;— Reports Meeting The Girl Scouts had a meeting ‘Ottini on Tuesday, October 14. Election of officers was held with Jane. Clothier, president; Patty Case, secretary; Shirleyi Clay, scribe, and Anna Lou El- liott, scribe. It was decided tau hold the meetings on Monday from now on. ANNA LOU ELLIOTT, Scribe. I Visit Daughter Monday and Tuesday, Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Whaley visited their daughter, Mrs. John Hitchcockl Leaves For Kodiak Harry Chnistoferson left on Monday for his home in Kodiak, Alaska. Turkey Dinner Plans Furthered On Monday The general chairmen, Mrs, G, K. Stephens, Mrs. Joe Hill and mittee meeting on Monday eve- ning at the Stephens’ home, to plan the turkey dinner, which is being sponsored by the Catholic Ladies on October 23. Visit Seattle Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Soule and children and Mrs. Donnie Ahl of Eldon spent Monday evening and Tuesday in Seattle. I l l l l In Olympia Mrs. Len E. Smith spent Tucs- day in Olympia sewing for the Red Cross with the Daughters of the Union Veterans V.F.\V. Auxiliary \Vill Hold Meeting The V.F.W. Auxiliary will hold a regular meeting on Friday eve-l .ning at the Memorial Hall. They bring a fresh interest to floors . . fthey focus em- phasis on novel ways of weaving and surface effects. They create the "something new and different” you’ve been wanting. Among these stunning Texture -Weaves are “tweedy” fabrics . . . clever combinations of cut and uncut pile . . . hand-loomed effects . designs gained by texture (knobby surfaces. But don’t take our word alone—come in and see them, price them . . . fled out how smart and how in- expensive they are. Broadloom $4.15 to $7.25 Square Yard 9X12 Size Rugs $29.95 $79.50 W~wnsw~ .—. sum->er l cooked foods, canned foods, jellies, TEXTURE- by Bige have revolutionized \ rugs and carpets! Olsen V Furniture Company “FINE FURNITURE FOR THE HOME" Thursday, Octobch A icinpound steel might feet will not > quarter-inch plywood- Bordeaux P.-T. A. Sponsors Food Saic The Bordeaux A sor a. food sale {it the Merchanls' A. will spon— Exposition, with tlw‘ proceeds go— ing to the hot lunch fund. The foods will include all types of home cookies, candies, ctc. 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