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, . lerL23l *da . October 23. 1941 ‘ on his. I ‘ u,‘ I simian?" l Degree Of Honor Slates ‘OfEVe Touey and daughter. 3 District (‘onvcntion Manchester, '\'\'ash.. are: Tuesday. October gejiiieiiai. veil... Bud 26;, nests 9va {Qt the homo of her mo- grce of Honor will entci'tain the} By' y even V ~hérA. M. Hulbcl‘t. Tllcy 1 District Convention here starting. G ’ B i- .g was " e for the u'nckwld. :ut 2 p.m. Mrs. Lewis Geiscr, of, V ‘ f Jorsted" *" *" ‘ Battleground, natiomil second: r m S in " m‘ ‘1 ‘0’“. a d" .-‘ fl . , Hen, \ice plt...d.l.t a. d I gull 1 meet t By Mrs. Gladys Irvmg ___—— .liid’ Mrs . 1 or. will be in charge of the meet; L. .‘ i (In remerto'n 332393.333- : mg Ml‘s- Leslm Meyers of PM: ?ifi‘aivi‘qvo‘ii'soigi- ‘Jgniamz‘if‘l‘ lea .. Shelton laqt week ag the .' hurst, state prcsidcnt, will also “1%.. at wexje “married in . M. of M}, m V1.2 E be present. A 6:30 dinner will ,Ifo‘m” ‘5 M, B If -. i , m. ' a D" ‘ , be served to the members and the Full Gospel Chuicn at e an. : 3 their families. Initiation and ReVerend James EkStedt' brotherl 'drill work by the drill team will be featured in the evening meet— ing which starts at 8 p.m. Guests will be present from Tenino, Olym~ of the groom, performed the nup- tial service, with the Reverendl vathe assisting. The church was decorated very prettily. M i s s v Stella Bulduc and Miss Berg sang \\ i l i pla an“ iawEL- “Sweeter as the days go by," LII‘.i . i ‘ ,_ . 0 .61 ‘Girl Scouts Meet rand Mrs. Bull, were bridtsmai V l “in; Misg Mocjeuand l and best man. Mrs. Bull is a 315-! l Tuesday the Gil-i Scouts met ter- of the groom. A large num-i ber of neighbors and friends were at the wedding. May all your days in Joy be passed and Each prove Happier, than the lastmOur wish for bride: and groom. ,with Miss McClelland in her 7apartmcnt at which time all old lbusiness was cleared up. Scout-‘ ling and what it means to be a Scout were discussed. The sale vof Christmas cards was fine and i . . i Valtcr Morrison is a ‘ ,! F ' r the group extends its thanks to “15' . A 5 where. ' :06 COVERAGE the Shelton people for their cw new recruit at the Bclfzur Icrn- '1 . OFmS 0f Inadeqllafic 3 operationnGlcnna Fitz, Scribe. “KI-[r men Ham“ ,md My,“ A1 ‘ a n A a A_.v___ i s. .7 r .i. ' ge can be °eep m t e ; Bordeaux (girl Scout : frcd Emmcrt visited Mrs. Gladys : rdware others are less obvious . . ‘ :Mecting ls Reported The Bordeaux Girl Scouts metv on Tuesday with Mrs. Burr-ell and Mrs. Dickinson. their leaders. The group registered for the Scout‘ troop and made notices to take home of the Skating party which. is slated for Saturday evening at. from. This is a step towards Na— the Mountain View Roller Rinkitional Defense. and every One Plans Were made for a masquer- . should know first and. i ado Hallowe’cn party, Wednesday! A shower was glVen to Mrs. Irving Tuesday. 3 The Red Cross is sponsoring 3.; class in Belfair, for first aid work, and those who are in sixth' grade and up are eligible to join.l All their expenses will be, is a. book that they learn first aidI ‘ M PIE. those involving in- , . “any adequate, insurance V‘ 0‘" llouse should cover 3' fire. but also damage .mke. Windstorm. hail and l“lauds. Adequate insur- I Personal property should “38386. fur coats. Jewels. evening in the Bordeaux school r E. L. Johnson '(delbyQBltCkle) W110 "" c r with the Brownies.» Carol Moir, i is a recent bri e. in e a num‘i . ouecuons and (“he i Scribe. . her from here attended, also from e". South Shore. A lovely lunch was served and Mrs. Johnson received, many beautiful gifts. The shower i was at the Bickle home. i Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Allen W.C.T.IT. Cancels Friday Meeting The VVomcn’s Christian Tem- perance Union meeting scheduled i Y. there is an easy way I Certain your Insurance l l I i etc (no up-to-datc. This .iC Ne : :ilully prepared to give . {op Friday, lilctobten 274 l(will be and son Dean Olyrqpia' xvis.r tat ii. W” -3:1;"3idihfi‘$.ii;f‘dihlfimmfifii“ “id Stitidaiyiii‘ 33.3239 first? ‘ u ' ‘ is” f . ’i- inn 1 n S S. : en v, \ rance needs" Dom day, November 7 at which time Mug and Mrs. Glen Harris. c0Insult us today l reports on the state conventionl The Ladies Club will soon start . ’Will W Eli/‘50 and 1* SNOWU‘ 101‘ their winter card parties. Lookl BERT G ANGLE lthe \Nl’lltc Shield Home will be for the opening date. It's Oct- ' held. {Ober 23. Every one welcome. 5 Mrs. Nels Johnson of Belfair éGarage and Mrs. Melvin visited iMrs. Johnson’s sister near Camp E3 on Tuesday. ' Swan Trucdson was in Belfair iTuesday working on his new illouse hero. ' Mr. and Mrs. Roy Thompsonl 'of Seattle attended the wedding of Esther Jones and Louis Ek- stedt Saturday night. Doc. Eddy and children called Tuesday evening at the Irvingl 3. home. l57th Anniversary I For Agate Couple! ~ Agate, Oct. 22.—#Mr. and Mrs; C. P. fifty-seventh wedding anniversary last Sunday at the. home of their daughter and son—in—law, Mr. and Mrs. E. Crane of Shelton. A llarge numbef of old-time friends called to congratulate them. Many messages and flowers were re- ceived from many unable to be present. Mr. and Mrs. Grindrod were overjoyed to be able to meeti so many of their friends. Mr. Patrick, a Marine from Bremerton, was a guest of Mr. and Mrs. P. Ricard over the week- end. Mrs. P. Ricard and Mrs. M. Matthes got quite a thrill watch— ing Mrs. Betty Wolfe pull in twol largo salmon about fifteen min- utes apart. Unfortunately, one of the fish got away on reachingi the boat. I Grindrod celebrated their1 l I i By Mrs. Mary Matthes ! l . . ‘ "My from, promise you— You can'i' make . a Incl cup of ' ' MJ'B" ,f Jimmy Lydon orates tojune Prez'sser on the set of " “amounts "HENRY ALDRICH FOR PRESIDENT” l Shelton Garden Club ~ l Will Meet On Monday The Shelton Garden Club will hold their regular meeting oni Monday, October 27, in the Mom-i orial Hall at 2 p.m. The featured speaker will be Fredrick Leiss— ler, landscape architect of the Olympic National Park and for- merly with the Seattle Arbore- tum. He will talk on landscaping and Alpine gardens and show col- ored slides on Olympic Alpines. The floral displays will be of seasonal flowers. On Thursday. October 30 the club will present their membership tea. between 2:30 and 4:30 o‘clock. 1 Bridge Party Dines At Rau’s The regular bridge club formed of Mrs. Glen Edgely, Mrs. Law- rence Munson, Mrs. Jim Simmons, Mrs. Harry Christoferson, Mrs. Jesse Barrett. Mrs. Roy Getty“ Mrs. Carl Hellman, Miss Dorothy; LaBarr, Mrs. Elmer Smith, Mrs. George Cooper and Mrs. Charles Borst enjoyed a no-host dinner at Rau’s on Tuesday evening. The group gathered to honor Mrs. Ted Monson of Aberdeen and present- ed her with a gift. . JUNI: Get ofl [be xoap-boxJimmy—I know that already. ’IMMY: Then let’; gire a demomlralion for my other constituents, lime. yfiuNl: O. K.— watt/9 Ibis, (bums.- firxt we make M.].B. :‘ “rang— . ’ JIMMY: It’s great—not bitter a! all! Try some and see. J“NI: You can my that again! And now wé make 51- I. B. weaker—- .‘WMYQ And that's great, too/ Falks, this is one lime ‘ 3'9“ tan believe a politician «~"Yau can’t make a bud PM: of M. 1.8." , y it never fails! Make ‘ if“ with the same care as ‘ In?“ in the past. These two " “6 M. J. B. features—a ‘ ‘if'fast‘ and double blending j' .ge’mVe you the finest cup of ' . 3’9“ ever tasted! ‘gANTEE. Buy a pound of it; Try it for a week. If you I gree it’s better than any . .Be°ffee—-retiJz-n the lid to “ECU” San Francisco, and we .. .“Yld double your purchase ‘ Of a total production of 1,- 535,868 rifles reported by the fire- arms industry to the Census Bu— reau in the last two Census of Manufacturers, 783,732 were re- Peating rifles and 752,136 were Single shot rifles. _,_,._.—.__.._.. f “f” drip or glass coffee makerleEGUlAl GRIND..FOr perccilalor or (20".. P0,- i ! lo 1 l “min... um... i ‘Eighth District Federation 5 . men, _Short suggested this paper I Mrs. SI IE LTONHMASON COUNTY JOURNAL PHONE 100 Meeting ls Held Wednesday Wednesday, t h e Methodist | Church, beautifully decorated in: fall flowers, was the scene of thef eighth semi-annual meeting of the Mason County District Fedora-2, tion of W'omen’s Clubs. Mrs. B.‘ C. Combs, district president. call- ed the meeting to order and Mrs. O. Norby led the group in the Flag Salute. “God Bless America” was sung by the group under the leader—, ship of Mrs. Loui Larson, with: Reverend Dale giving the invoca- tion. In the absence of Mrs. . Clinton Painter, district secretary, ! Mrs. Robert Scott read the mir-i lutes of the last meeting and the? two board meetings. stressing; the theme. “Americans All. Im-; migrants All," Mrs. H. E. Peter-3 son, second vice-president, gavel a cordial address of welcome. Thef General Federation is now the. largest organization of women in. the world, over 2.000.000 strong. Mrs. Fred Short, chairman of .- the department hour, introduced. the following department chair- who gave short talks on their work: Mrs. Norman Hul- bert. American Citizenship: Mrs. A. A. Stl'atford. American Home; Mrs. Robert C. Johnson. Fine Arts; Mrs. Fred Short, Interna- tional Welfare; Mrs. A. E. Lem-' kc, Legislation: Mrs. Loris John- son, Press and Publicity; Mrs. Wm. Boice, Public Welfare: Mrs. W. T. Weyand. Wavs and Means: Mrs. Frank Willard.‘s paper was' read bv Mrs. L. C. Burrell and Mrs. W. F. Roberts read Mrs. E. F. Martin’s paper on National De- l fense. in her absence. Mrs. F‘ged 6' I come a. round robin letter and beg sent to all the clubs where it; would be read. as it. is a complete 5 resume of the. Defense problein.l Mrs. R. Trenckmann. membe‘rshipl chairman, introduced the presi-I vdents of the three new clubs to} join the Federation. Mrs. Warren; Lincoln of the Oakland Bay Club.i Mrs. Laura Hurst of the Mill} Creek Club and Mrs. W. Williams of the Davton Triple S Club, and: Paul Hunter. president of' the Skokomish Senior Women’s' Club which has been a District (Federation member but recently. Mrs, George Eads. joined the State and General Fed-l oration. I Mrs. J. M. Hutton of Gig Har-I‘ of . bor. Department Chairman ‘Citizenship for the. Washington‘l'eglllal‘ meeting at the home of' State Federation. was introduced‘ by Mrs. Norman Hulbert and gave an address. Toastmistress for the luncheon,. served in the Masonic Temple by the Eastern Star Ladies, was Mrs. l M. C. Stark. first vice-president.i Mrs. L. E. Wolfe of South Bend, State American home chairman, gave an address on the Ameri-r can Home and stated that everyl district should carry on a pro- gram of home safety, and paid tribute to Mrs. E. C. Ricbow, na— tionally-known in the Federations for her home safety program. 1 Mrs. Fred Short presented her with a. Waldo Chase wood block picture as a personal tribute, to which Mrs. Riebow responded. A short address was given by Mrs. L. E. Vimpany, president of the Peninsular District and by Mrs. W. L. Tesch, corresponding sec- retaryvof the Olympic Federation. The afternoon session was open- ed by the reading of the Club Collect led by Mrs. E. Wells. “When the 'Frost is on the Pump- kin” and “The Lass of the Deli- cate Air” was sung by Mrs. Donovan Palmer, accompanied on the piano by Mrs. John L. Dot- son. Mrs. Louis Larson sang “The Four Leaf Clover," the Fed- eration song and "When Song is Sweet” with Mrs. Palmer at the piano. E. G. Hoffman of Seattle, on the board of directors of the American White Cross'and former investigator for the State Farm Colony, spoke on “Narcotic Ad- diction," which is his hobby. A piano solo “Valse Trista” was played by Miss Dorothy Roseleaf. Lieutenant-Colonel Paul W. War- ren, recently called back into ser- vice, and who will leave shortly for Washington, D. C. to become Assistant Director for the Reem. ployment division of Selective Ser- vice, spokc on “Our OWn Ameri- can Way of Life." Mrs. J. W. Goodpastor distributed the Di-. rectories. The attendance trophy, a wood‘ block picture by Waldo Chase,l was won by the Skokomish Jun-i ior Women’s Club. This picture: is presented at each district meet- ' ing to the club with the largest perCentage of members in attend-‘ ance. Mrs. Jean Todd Fredson,1 resolutions chairman, presented it. to the president, Mrs. E. Foul-re" whg received it on behalf of thei clu . Mrs. W. L. Tesch announced the Olympic District meeting will be held Wednesday, October 29 at 10.00 a.m. at Dungeness and invited all to attend. The meet- ing was adjourned with the sing— i ing of “Blest Be The Tie That' Binds.” Mrs. Fred Bell and Mrs. ‘ Paul Hunter of the Skokomish: Senior Women's Club were chair-. men of the church decorations and . Mrs. Emil Daviscourt was chair- man of the table decorations. The corsages were made by the Lake Isabella Club. Mrs. J. M. Hut- ton and Mrs. L. E. Vimpany of Gig Harbor, Mrs. W. L. Tesch, ' Mrs. C. S. Jarvis, Mrs. Paul Hofp, Mrs. E. C. Meyers and Mrs. Edith Bucholz of Port Angeles and vicinity and Mrs. Mellie Gos—' sage of Illinois were guests of the club. Dish cloths were sold by the Skokomish Junior Club, the pro- ceeds going to the treasury of the Federation. A short executive board meeting was called directly ‘ after the'district meeting. l Rainbow Glrls Hold Reception Tuesday A reception in honor of Juanita Miller, Grand Faith and Jean Fel-i lows. Grand Worthy Advisor, wasl given Tuesday evening at- the; Memorial Hall by the Rainbow Girls. Guests were present froml Everett, Sedro Woolley, Olympia, Port Angelcs, Puyallup and Ho-, quram. The program presented consist-i ed of vocal selections by Mrsl Earl Jordan, accompanied byl 'Mrs. Bernhard Winiecki. a read? ing by Mrs. Lawrence Burrell andi vocal numbers by Miss Ida Olsen! accompanied by Miss Norma Jolln- ’. son. The grand officers gave the majority service for Myrtle Hop— 1 . . . l land and Virginia Nelson. As-i sisting were Suplication, Oli‘ol,‘ Jean Hatcher and color stationsi were Mavis Ross. Marjean Berets,‘ Mildred Ross, Dorothea Rucker. Carol \‘Vilkle, Rosemary Kidwell and Beth Fortnum. The Grand Cross of Color was given for Carol Jean Hatcher, Dorothea Riicker. Carol Wilkic. Mrs. Viola Kimbel, Mrs. Herbert Miller and Mrs. S. A. Hatcher for outstanding service rendered thril Rainbow. Two addendas were given by girls trained by Mrs. Cleveland and Mrs. Zinthco fori Jean Fellows and Juanita Miller. Refreshments were Served to 120 guests. Amaranth Social Club ‘ W‘ill Meet On Tuesday The Amaranth Social Club wrili meet on Tuesday with Mrs. Law-I rence Munson and Mrs. Clairei Tozier at the farmer’s home. Itl will be a Hallowe’en party and. each person is to come dressed as they were when they were ill- vited. Anyone who does not do so will have to pay a forfeit. Friendship Club Holds Meeting The Friendship Club met at the Southside Hall on ,Wednesday with 14 members and two guests, Mrs. Helen Mitchell and Mrs. Frank Binns present. Final plans were made for the carnival the club. will present on Friday at the Southside Community Hall. Mrs. Bert Hurst was presented a birth- day cake and gift. The next meeting will be November 13 with Patch Work Club Holds Meetlng The Patch Work Club has their Jane Clothier on Wednesday after- noon. The recent election of of- ficers resulted as follows: presi- dent, Jane Clothier; secretary! Joan Moranp sergeant-at-arms. Patty Case. Wednesday Shirley» Clay was elected vice-president. A Hallowe’en party will be held at Patty Case's home Tuesday, October 28. Patty Killmer, Scribe. I. . at noon. . ess to the eight members and two Lake Isabella Club .Mccts 0:1 Tuesday The Lakc Isabella Club met on Tuesday with a potluck luncheon Cora Drakc was host- guests, Mrs. Nellie Browers and Mrs. Nellie Gossagc. After the meeting was called to order in the usual manner with a flag sa— lute by the president. Edna John— son. Mrs. Grace Petty was ap- pointed National Defense chair— man for the year. The afternoon was spent making corsages which were. presented to guests at the Federation District meeting the following day. Mrs. Johnson won the penny drill. Clara Gunter will be the next hostess. American Legion Auxiliary Hears Recruiting Officer The. regular meeting of the American Legion Auxiliary was held Tuesday evening. The three chairmen for the annual ham din- ner are Mrs. Warren Earl, Mrs. M. A. Clothier and Miss Mary Dobson. They will plan the menu and the other: details. The group ordered their third National fcnse plate on being informed that these plates will not be made for several months due to the de- fense industry. Mr. C. son, naval recruiting officer, pre- sented navy films and gave a brief talk. Returns From Visit Mr's.‘Mel Dobson returned on Wednesday from Olympia where she was visiting her cousin. Mrs. Wayne Garrard. She had been in Olympia since last Saturday. Mrs. Vivian Morgan Entertains Club Mrs. Vivian Morgan entertained) the members of her bridge club on Tuesday evening. Honors were' won by Mrs. Roland Mrs. Grace Stephens and Mrs. Morgan. Mrs. Stephens, Mrs. Jack Gray and Mrs. Maude Mell were guests of the club. Delicious rc- freshments were served by hostess. Gerhardt, Girl Scouts Will Start Scout Week The Shelton Girl Scouts will be- gin their celebration of Girl Scout week next Sunday by at- tending the morning church ser- vice at the Baptist Church. All eight troops will participate and will sit together. The Girl Scouts are open to all faiths and en- couraged to be better members of their own group. Girl throughout the nation are now taking an active part in National Defense. A story in next week’s Journal will give further details of this work. 'Mrs. Ettle Hanna Given Shower Mrs. Mason entertained at her home on Tuesday with a 12:30 potluck luncheon for Mrs. Ettie Hanna for her birthday. She was showered with handkerchiefs. Those present were Mrs. Frank Bennett, Mrs. Millie Wood. Mrs. Seljestad= Mrs. Ed Bariekman. Mrs. George Getty, Mrs; Mae Bur- gess, Mrs. W. D. Austin, Mrs. Maggie Chapman and Mrs. Ann Dorccy. DE- ‘1 D. Nivfi- . the Scouts ' Page Five Returns From Vacation Mrs. Birtley A, Ball of Cush- .Jd {General Welfare Club 5 iSlatcs Hallowe’en Party 3 l i The General iveifare Club is man Lake returned to her home i sponsoring a masquerade party on l on TIICSdRY 3f“? 0111037913 >31 2 Saturday evening at the Memorial month‘s vacation in CalifOl‘lllil iHall following the regular busj_ 1 Visiting friends and relatives. She ‘ reported thc won .her as fine dur- lness meeting which will convene ,. t l at 8 pm. Prizes will be awarded mg' her entire Stay. around San Francisco and points south. A ifor the best costumes for men 5 and women, The evening will be side trip to Reno, Nevada was also } spiced with entertainment and re- made- ] freshments. ‘ , ____a._ lJuvcnlles D. of H. {Will Have Party l The Juveniles of the Degree of. {Honor will meet on Saturday at i1 p.m. at the Odd Fellows Hall Ifor initiation and a Hallowe’en { party of games and refreshments. l ‘Amcrican Legion. Girls W'ill Mcct On Friday Tllc American Legion Auxiliary girls will meet at the Memorial building on Friday at 4 p.m., at which time they will decide on a meeting date and the Hallowe‘en party. DEFEND Yourself Against Cdbi Prepa'c for Whit. :- N O I? ! i l i l i l I l l A comprehensive list of remedies to keep ' 1 you healthy during the strenuous months ahead. Kleenex . . .sanitary, easily dispos— able, helps prevent nose chafing, econom- ical, best for your cold, won‘t reinfoct. 1,000 sheets . 5'09“ COLD REMEDIES i i l i l ' Ephedrine Nose Dmps .... ............... ..1-oz. 50c . 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