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~ 1 November 4, 1941. ‘ I Entertains “Man’s Club ton Woman‘s Club mct a«fternoon at the home '.arles Runacres. with p a and one guest in at- 9 1‘s. E. F. Martin was 61" '4) ' t of the program on finds in Government." .tlng her were Mrs. W S: ‘ i "Nazism," Mrs. Her- th 25 , “Government an d mahle “ 11318 U. S.," and Mrs. ‘0 amt “3191‘s. “Government in b:returd y Denmark." Slime . I Program, the mem~ dla handkerchief ex— sixteenl ” “118 method disclosing in‘MaSO 3' W sisters,” then new 16, but i; drawn for the com— ,ially t" , mp '09: "Mose of the meeting, 10 time '63 surprised the group light 0" .‘ delightful tea. The .9195 wh" lg 0f the group will be Sheltofi’ 2b" 17 at the home of abova Witsiers, with Mrs.‘ puI‘SU1t . ' “"1b as guest speaker. I 118 fire." V., . We day! H ll Entertalns awed ’, ‘Week’s Visit l ting her daughter, ;idelight'; m Stevenson, for the Mason , , Mrs. G. Strickland re- I:‘OI‘tland, Oregon on :Eitfitiflall, .hel‘e she was married [actual cry of the First Pres- maneu" ulich. to Mr. J. A. Ste , the Reverend John 1g F, St A reception was held a Shell 9 Wedding ceremony Lled tllei Mr. and Mrs. Ger- Whose ,‘ They will make the D ’f i. in Portland. ed the p I, GOlden Flake Butter- ' gallon. Binns, 825 “ Say It ‘ FLOWERS J Happiness L DESIGNS AND , AL BOUQUETS anywhere, anytime Fliiral Shop Hardware Bldg. EAHA i" .' ATRE l6 i .‘i 5" WASHINGTON 9'{ __ l c 5AM, ,_ §h°ws every night ! "' i 139 at 7:00 P. M. l 3:15 P. M. Sunday 1 E l l l . . i ‘fi 40‘ ' Av . ’Time Tonite Two Twins of- Hitting Mirth ;" Lou Costello 1 LD THAT HOST” 3 Sisters, Ted Lewis AY WEST” Marshall, Arthur S Kennedy HUN '1‘” Pidgeon, Joan Monday v Mr. Spilsetli-Backlund Wedding Solcmnized In Lutheran Church Baskets of cream and p ale yellow fall flowers in the glow of many stately white tapers, made a beautiful setting in the Lutheran Church Saturday. Nov- ember 1. for the wedding nup-‘ tials of Miss Ruth Backlund of‘ Kensington, Minnesota, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Backlund of Holmes City, Minnesota, and Lester Spilseth of Shelton. son of Jordan Spilseth of Kensington, Minnesota. “My Task" and “The Lord’s Prayer” were sung by Philip John— son. accompanied by Mrs. Bern— hard Winiecki, who played the wedding marches. The Reverend R. C. Muhly read the candlelight service at 4 o‘clock in the after- noon. Given in marriage by W. L. Kneeland, the blonde bride was lovely in a white brocaded gown, styled with a hoop skirt and fit- ted bodice with a. square neckline and puffed sleeves, with white velvet trim. Red roses formed her bridal bouquet. Her long veil, which formed a train, was fastened with a beaded coronet. Miss Elsie Smith was the bride's maid. Her gown of green taffeta- was fashioned with a flared skirt and fitted bodice. Yellow roses formed her muff and tiny Colon- ial hat. Dave Kneeland acted as best 11:111. A wedding dinner given by Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Kneeland, was held in the church parlors, which carried out similar floral deco- rations. The linen covered ta- ble was centered with beautiful arrangements of cream and soft yellow fIOWers in yellow vases. The tiered wedding cake, cut by the bride, was baked by Mrs, William Shelton. During the din- her it was announced that_Dave Kneeland. who had enlisted in the Army Air Corps, would leave on for Ventura Flying School in Ornard, California. Guests in- cluded Mr. and Mrs. Sol Paulson, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Pearson, Mr, and Mrs. Orville Pearson and daughter, Diana, all of McCleary, and Mrs. Wayne Glover of Bremerton. Mrs. Wilmot Barger, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Paulson, Mr, and Mrs. W. Shelton and son Le.- Roy, Charles Kneeland, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Kneeland and Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Kneeland. For the wedding trip around the Olympic Loop Mrs. Spilseth chose a deep lavender redingote ensem— ble with matching accessories The home will be made in She],— ton, where the groom is employed. Music Study Group To Be Started Here Soon Mrs. Donovan Palmer announ- ced today that plans have been made to organize a Music Study Group in Shelton. All interested ladies will gather at her home on Tuesday, November 18 at 2 p.m. at which time Mrs. Alfred Smith of Olympia will be present to give a short talk and help with the organization. It is planned to hold an election of officers during the afternoon and to fully organize. Mrs. Smith is a mem— ber of the Olympia Study group and .is publicity manager for the State Federation of Music Clubs. She. is also chairman of Music Week. It is expected that a good- ly number of ladies will turn out as much interest in this type of study has been expressed. Any- one Wishing further information or the directions to Mrs. Palmer’s home is asked to call her at 309 J. or Mrs. W. F. Roberts at 319W. who is assisting her. Double H Club Entertained On Thursday By Mrs. Brown Mrs. Eugene Brewn entertained at her home on Thursday with a 1:30 dessert luncheon and two tables of bridge for the members of the Double H Club. Mrs. Lec Martin and Mrs. Bill Dickie won honors at cards. Mrs. George Gilmore, guest of the club, won the galloping goose. Lawrence Burrell Bennett . l .I‘“, '1 p, r)- , ,1 FOR FALL ill-l ' PLANTING NEW Beautiful Types of . "Ubs to Choose from OICE SHRUBEY w Cameliag Full of Buds, Heather, Boxwood, Blue .‘ up l'bri 'MAsoN .y'F-W. Auxiliary ‘ s: With Linen, to be awarded. person ..\ Salton ere 12th Annual V .F.W. l frmistice Ball Sponsored by COUNTY POST No. 1694 . with Red Sypher’s Popular Music ‘ ‘ScHNEinEiis PRAIRIE “‘54- Golden Privit, Irish Juniper, English Laurel, d Rhododendron and Many Others. _————-—- ______—-——--— Cedar Chest filled Dancing 9:30 - 1:30 MCIQLEV i PHONE 100 SHELTQNAMASONRCOUNTY JOURNAL ‘V.F.W'. Sewing Club ' , Saws For Hospital , 1 The V.F.W. Sewing Club met? with Mrs. Fred \Veaver last Fri; day, at which time eight mem- bers were present to sew for the .hospital. A regular meeting will be held this Friday, with the Auxiliary presenting their cedar _____._. Successful Membership Tea. Held In The Memorial Hall Last Thursday, from 2:30 to 5:30 o’clock the Shelton Garden ‘Club held its annual membership l The next meeting will be held on Friday. November 12 at the home of Mrs. my .\ tea in the Memorial Hall. White and , yellow Chrysanthe- mums formed attractive floral ar- rangements on the tea table and. a yellow battery jar of bronze Chrysanthemums decorated the mantel. in the hall added a Hallowe‘en air to the occasion. Mrs. Eva. Scott Simms, past president of the Washington State Federation of Garden Clubs. and Mrs. Harry Stinson, president, both of Seattle were present. Mrs. Simms complimented the local club on the beautification of Rail- road Avenue, saying it‘ was the best for the year of any garden club’s work and the best that has ever been completed by any club. Mrs. Stinson stressed the im- portance of the president’s news letter which is published each month in the Magazine, “North- west Gardens,” which is sold to Garden Club members at about' one-ouarter of the cost. There is still time for the local mem- bers to renew their subscriptions. Mrs. Brandt and Mrs. Die of the Olvmnia Floral Society. Mrs. Her- bert Drew and Mr. and Mrs. Theo . Albert, all of Olympia. attonded.’ Mr. Albert game a short talk on shrubs of the. Northwest suitable for home gardens. Those in, charge of the table arrangements and, appomtments included Mrs. Bailey. Mrs. William' McKenzie, Rav Mitchell ‘.and. Mrs: Wal- ter Kullrich were in charge of the room decorations. Mrs. Eber An— gle and Mrs. Herbert Angle made Girls, Club Mixer corsages for the women pouring and serving and for the guests of honor. Mrs. S. A. Hatcher was in charge of the hostesses who included Mrs. Horace Skelscy. Jr Mrs. Winston Scott, Mrs. Catto. Mrs. James Amunds and Mrs. S. A. Hatcher. Those nour— ing included Mrs. J. W. Frisken. Mrs; W. F. Roberts. Mrs. C. E. Rilnacres. Mrs. Robert Brown. Mrs. George Cropper. Mrs. A. E. Hillier. Mrs. Frank W. Bishop and Mrs. F. M. Gage. The Garden Club wishes Jack to thank all who contributed to the l steering committee at Stephens A large quan— l College, Columbia Mo., Miss Ban— success of the tea. tity of the chrysanthemums were from Mrs. Gage's garden. Charles Hargrave Honored 0n 83rd Birthday Here. Mrs. Fred Millard of Estacada. Oregon and Mrs. Lou Wiley had a house-warming for their father, Charles Hargrave, on Friday aft- l Responsibilities” on the campus lNovember 6, 7 and 8. ernoon in honor of his 83rd birth— day. Those calling were Mrs. Watson Ross, Mrs. Floyd Ander- son, ers. J. O. Bovee, Mrs. W. H. Snelgrove. Mrs. Len Weston, Mrs. Agnes Hansen, Mrs. A. L. Bell, Mrs. Minnie B. Meyers, Mrs. Ida Cruson, Mrs. Nena Roberts and Mrs. Syble Taylor. gifts and refreshments served. Mr. and Mrs. Millard re- turned to their home on Monday. Rebekahs Award Hamper At Card Party Friday The Rebekahs held a public card party Friday evening in the Odd Fellows Hall at which time they awarded their clothes ‘iamper to Roy McConkey. Mrs. Walter Daniels received the door prize, Mrs. Preston Armstrong and C. C. Smith received honors in pinochle, Mrs. Amos Fordyce and Charles Dahlman. bridge ‘ionors. Mrs. Charles Mitchell and Nick Ruff, 500. and Mrs. A. W. Anderson and Harry Carlon, Chi- nese checkers. The Rebekahs wish to express their thanks to the public for their generous sup‘ port. Hutchinson-Smith Wedding Held In Baptist Parsonage ~ Miss Norma Lorraine Smith. daughter of Mr. George Smith of Shelton, and Arthur Willard Hut- chinson of Brady, were united in marriage at the Baptist parsonage Saturday afternoon; at 3 O’clock by the Reverend J. O. Bovee. Miss Marilyn Pranty of Shelton and Samuel Hutchinson, brother of the groom, were their attendants. The wedding was solemnized before a few members of the family, with more friends attending the recep- tion held in the bride’s home at 719 North Fourth. Miss Dorcus Myers was in charge of the re- ception. The young couple will make. their home at Brady. Garden Club Program Committee Holds Meet The. program committee of the Shelton Garden Club met With Mrs. Winston Scott on Monday to discuss possible programs for the coming .year while enjoying tea The majority of the coming pro- grams will be announced soon. The committee is composed of Mrs. Scott. chairman;.1l&s. George Cropper, Mrs: William McKenzie. Mrs. Walter Kullrich, Mrs. Eber Angle. Mrs. Robert Brown, and Mrs. George Drake ' Hood Canal Women's Club Slates Thursday Meeting The Hood Canal Women‘s Club W111. meet in regular session for busmess at the Hoodsport club rooms on Thursday, November 6, at 11 am. Following noon luncheon. the program will be devoted to “Poet- ry, With Mrs. B. C. Combs, Ma— son County District president. re- Viewmg “Ours To Share." the volume composed and edited by the women poets of the Washing- ton State Federation. There will also be reading of poetry b mem- bers of the club. y Activettes Will Meet Wednesday Activettes will meet with Mrs. George fora6 :30 dinner. Cornstalks and pumpkins ' l Marcus Rodger-$1.1 Mrs. Harry. Perry and Mrs. Ray i Fentiman- ' I freshments to Mrs. Lawrcncre Bur- MN. I rell, Mrs. Lantz Wiss, Mrs. Fenti- " was decorated in a Hallowe’en mo- l 1 i i l l l l l The hon- l m- ored guests received many nice i Wm com? hem.“ the group' They w e 1. l Will receive directions and mea- . Meeting Monday Evening Dunning on Wednesday,- i licious luncheon was served at the ,hostess with other Mrs. Herman Smith Guest ‘ Of Honor At Card Party Mrs. Paul Hurst entertained at her home with a card party Mon- day evening in honor of her sis- ter, Mrs. Herman Smith of Mon- tana. Those present were Mrs. Paul Chase. Mrs. James Roush. dially invited to attend with the Mrs. Sherman Soule, Mrs. John usual program and dancing f0]- Webber, Mrs. Glenn Storey, Mrs. ‘lowing the dinner. , lenn Chase, the honor guest and the hostess. Honors at cards went to Mrs. Webber and Mrs. Glenn Chase, Mrs. Chase received the cut prize and Mrs. Smith was presented a guest prize. A de— chest on Saturday. General Welfare W'ill Sponsor Turkey Dinner The General Welfare Club will sponsor a turkey dinner Saturday evening in the Memorial Hall from 5 to 8 o’clock. The public is cor- Sunday Visitors Here Mr. and Mrs. Edward Lovell and daughter Virginia of Medford, Oregon and son Bill of Camp* Lewis spent Sunday with Mr., and Mrs. Robert Binns. They are: visiting this week with friends in Elma, btlt will spend one dayi here. Visit In Seattle Mrs. Donovan Palmer. and sons Phil and Dale, visited friends and Dean Palmer. who is attending U. ' of W. in Seattle last weekend. i . Mrs. Palmer reported that DeanE Hallow en part-V" A“ U“ guests is in the Men’s Glee Club, at the came in costume. Mrs. George . . Cropper and Mrs. Jesse Barrett Un‘versny’ i won honors, and Mrs. Charles Maryflm B‘ble Class 1 close of the evening by the host- ess, who was assisted by her daughter, Miss Vernabclle Hurst. Mrs. Glen Edger Entertains Club Mrs. Glen Edgely entertained for the members of her bridge club Thursday evening with a Borst won galloping goose. Mrs. “11" Meet ‘vednesduy Harry Christoferson was guest of The Marytha Bible Class will the Club' RefreShments we re meet at the home of Mrs. Vernon served by the hostess and pictureS Davidson, 605 Elinor street on were taken of the group. The Wednesday, November 5 at 1.30 next meeting will be in two weeks pm. with Mrs. Carl Hellman. HAL... Oakland Bav Women W’lll Meet Friday The Oakland Bay Women’s Club will meet with Mrs. Roy Bat- stone on Friday. November 7 for a 12:15 luncheon. All Oakland Bay women are invited. DeMolav Mother’s Club Slate Thursday Meet The DeMolay Mothers Club will meet with Mrs. Mark Pickens on Turner street, Angleside, Thurs- day. November 6 at 2 p.m. All mothers are invited to attend and bring their sewing. Capitol Hill Club Slates Thursday Meet The Capitol Hill Club will meet at the home of Beulah Helser on November 6 for a 1 o'clock lunch- eon. Ida Armstrong will be the assisting hostess. Altar Society Slates Thursday Meeting The Altar Societv of the Cath- olic Church will hold a Thursday meeting with Mrs. J. L. Replinger at 2 p.m. It will be a regular meeting. Girl Scouts Hold Monday Meeting Miss Ottini’s Girl Scout troop had a meeting at her home Mon- day. After the meeting the group started making beads out of can- dlewick.~Anna Lou Elliott, Scribe. Visits Sister Patricia Goodfellow of Key- oort spent Sunday visiting at the homeof her sister, Mrs. James B. Amunds. Give Bridge Party Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Morris en- tertained Saturday evening with a Hallowe’en bridge party. Hon- ors were won by Jerry Eck; Mrs. Frank W’orden Entertains Saturday Mrs. Frank Worden entertained at her home on Saturday eyening with a bridge party. Honors at the two tables were won by Mrs. Frank Willard, and Mrs. Frank The hostess served re— man. Mrs. Willard. Mrs. Bill Dickie, Mrs. Ed Sutton, and Mrs. Clarence Gruncrt. Held At High School The annual Girls’ Club Mixer of the Irene S. Reed high School was held in the social hall which tif. Lyla Rose and Betty Garri- son were chairmen of the affair. Sue Abeyta, club president, gave. the welcome address. Later taf- fy apples were served, while Betty Jo Gardner and Gertrude’Silvers sang. Everyone enjoyed dancing. Active Student As a member of the junior class nie Jean Deegan, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Harry Dcegan, will play members of the student government at a tea to be given November for sev- eral hundred nationally noted per- sonalities attending the forum on “The American Woman and Her Scout Mothers Of Troop 25 Will Meet Wednesday Scout Mothers of Troop 25 will meet with Mrs. F. E. Beckwith at 7th and Turner, Angleside, 'on Wednesday, November 5, at 2 p. Important business matters Sunday Guests Hero Mr. and Mrs. Frank E. Gustaf- son and Franklin and Eleanor of Tacoma, were Sunday guests at the home of their daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Fran k Worden. Visiting Sister Here Mrs. Herman Smith and her niece from Kinsey. Montana. are guests at the Paul Hurst home this week. Mrs. Smith and Mrs. Hurst are sisters. surements for the Scout packs at this time. All Mothers are urged to attend this meeting. W.C.T.U. Slates Friday Meeting The Women's Christian Tem- perance Union will meet with Mrs. Edward Miller on Cota street for a 1 o’clock potluck luncheon on Friday of this week. Reports will be given of the. State con- vention and a shower for ’the White Shield Home. All mem— bers and friends are urged to at- tend and bring fruits and vege- tables for the shower. Sunday Visitors Miss Shirley Farrar and Rich- ard Briendeback of Elma WeI'F .Sunday visitors at the home of er. and Mrs. Dan Wilson. Arrived Monday Claire Hayden of San Diego. 31." , rived Mondav evening to snend a‘ Scout Leaders Hold l l i Thirteen Girl Scout leaders and assistants met at the home of Mrs. Herbert Angle Monday evening. .A . . . 1 1’ The group discussed having the gsgniTygfwsizmfinWIth Lou” car girls sing carols at Christmas ' time and arts and crafts. Each leader gave a report on her troop activities and a resume of her program for the year. Refresh- ments were served. ‘Rebekahs Will Journey To Olympia Saturday Rebekahs. Odd Fellows and their friends are invited to at- tend decoration of chivalry, Can- ton of Olympia. in the Washing- ton school building in Olympia on Saturday at 8 o‘clock. The bus will leaVe here at p.m. All wishing reservations are request- ed to call Mrs. Harry Carlon. Amaranth Slate Rummage Sale November 7 And 8 The Amaranth will hold a rum- mage sale in the old postoffice building on Friday and Saturday, November 7 and 8. The sale will be open all day, and all types of articles will be on sale. Anyone having anything to donate is re- quested to leave them at the building on Thursday. Lt. Boyce Promoted For Maneuver Work Last vestige of the big Army maneuvers conducted in this area during August and September was removed last Friday with the closing of the Rents and Claimsl board for the 9th Corps Area Army by Lieut. Beryl Boyce. Lieut. Boyce, just before de- parting on an elk hunting trip Saturday, said he had been pro—, moted to the rank of First Lieutenant (he had been a Sec- ond Lieutenant) as the result of his work on the recent maneu- vers and has now been assigned to take charge of all Army real estate transactions in Washing- ton. Oregon, Idaho and Montana with offices in Seattle, an ex- cellent promotion. “I regret extremely- having to‘ l l leave here as this has been the most pleasant assignment I‘ve ever had with the Army," Lieut. Boyce commented. “The people in Mason County have been ex- ceptionally cordial and coopera-' tive and we (his family) have come to like it here Very much." The Boyces lived on Hood Canal during their stay here. Mrs. John Cormier Holds Open House For Sewers Mrs. John Cormier will hold open house each Thursday for De- gree of Honor members, who will do Red Cross Sewing at that time. A large number are ex- nnr:ted this Thursday, November 6th. A potluck dinner will be served at noon. Mrs. John King Hostess To Club Members Thursdav Mrs. John King was hostess to the members of her club last Thursday at the home of Mrs. Warren Abel. Following a 12:30 luncheon. two tables of cards were in plav. Mrs. W. D. Austin and Mrs. Glen Storey won honors. Early Homesteadcr Passes In Seattle! Charles Fredlund, 76, who came to this country from Sweden in 1887. and homesteaded near Shel- ton in that year, died last week in Seattle, which had been hisI home since 1909. In early yearsl lie operated a small sawmill near Seattle, but retired 'in 1921. EXEC UTRIK DISCIIARGED A decree of distribution and final discharge of the executrix Visit In Yakima Mr. and Mrs. Neil Zinthco spent the weekend in Yakima visiting Mr. and Mrs. Poss Kincaid (hen ‘Miss Dorothy Mays.) Mr. and Mrs. 'Zinthen were acoompaniedl over by Private Jack Mavs, who also visited with his sister. D. F. Wright in superior court Saturday in winding up the es- tate of the late Pete Geehan. ‘Glen Harris visited ‘from Illahec were callers sun— day at the Irving home. Anna Murcar. was‘signed by Judge , BelfairBride Guest Of Honor At Large Shower: By Mrs. Gladys Irving (Received too late for last issue) Belfair, Oct. 30—Mr. and Mrs! in Olympia over the week-end with theirf daugther Mrs. Kenneth Allen and: family. 1 A bridal shower was given for Mrs. Martell Meacham at her mothers home. Mrs. David Cross- white, by Mrs. Glen Harris and Mrs. Gladys Irving at one. o‘clock on last Thursday. About sixty ladies attended. Mrs. Mar- tell received many beautiful gifts, a lovely lunch was served of pie,} sandwiches, cocoa and sweet cider. ‘ Decorations were orange and black on the order of Halimve’cn., A grand time was had by every-l one. Mr. 1 l l i i i and Mrs. G. Montgomer Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Beck and childern Donald and Margie, re— turned last Saturday from a trip back east. They brought Witn‘ them Mr. Becks mother, who will. visit for a few weeks with them.| Mr. and Mrs. Earl Johnson were Seattle visitors on Saturday, visiting relatives and friends there. Mr. and Mrs. Douglas White Were on a hunting trip last week, returning to Belfair on SundayJ Mrs. Lawcrnce Stevens is back. working in the fernery after all couple of weeks on the sick list., Mrs. Lucy Foster is on the sick list, last week-end, and this Week, better at this writing. Mrs. Melvin was a business. visitor in Shelton on last Tuesday. 5 Mr. Libpert and the F. F. A.l class from South Kitsap High School, were visiting several homes this Wednesday. The fog which covers this area, every morning and evening is the cause of lots ofywrecks. Seems to be general all over the coun- try. Death Inquest (Continued from Page One) by Irvin Kelly, a. nearby resident. Fred Weinand, Rayonier em- ploye, suffered a shoulder injury Sunday when a motorcycle own- ed by Kenneth Dorman which Weinand was riding failed to negotiate a curve on the Lost Lake road. Weinand was tol have reported to the Coast Guard for induction into service tomor- row. THREE ARRESTS MADE FOR TRAFFIC BREAKS Three motorists were arrested in Mason County over the week- end and booked for violations of the traffic code. Frank Ivans. a chief petty of- ficer in the Navy, stationed at Bremerton, was arrested at Bel- fair Saturday night by State Patrolman Bob Grimstead of Kit- sap county and placed in the Ma- son County jail on a temporary charge of drunken driving. Friends posted $100 cash bond and Secured his release Sunday. No date for trial on the charges has been set yet, Prosecutor Heus- ton said today. Speeding charges sworn out by State Patrolman Cliff Aden brought $10 fines, plus c o u r t costs. to LeRoy Elliott. F o r t Lewis soldier, and Laurel Nelson of Shelton. when they were ar- raigned before Justice W. A. Ma- goon last night. Both were ar- rested early Sunday morning on Railroad avenue by Aden. 3.200 cooks and bakers prepare 720.000 meals every day for the U. S. Navy. 4m! 4W~ gher Prices Now Is Your Locker or For Canning! Bf. Front Quarter lb. 12:: ‘ Bi. Hind Quarter lb. 151: Beef Half . . . . lb. 13c HAMBURGER and PORK SAUSAGE. lb. BACON BY PIECE lb. BREAST LAMB 2-lbs. HOME RENDERED LARD lb. GENUINE SPRING LAMB . . . . . . . . . . .. lb. ithey ‘committee meeting is to be held Shelton Meal- Page Three ‘. in 5.5.1... , ELTON RE i ’ l John Bernert Buys Shelton Auto Body Change in ownership of the S DYiShelton Auto Body was accom- ,plished last Saturday when John iBernert, the new owner, officially i over the lant. Tacoma' OCt‘ sl'fi'vvhether the l will)”. Bernert gas worked at the city light department should buy". Shelton Auto Body for the last a Piece Of Property on the SkO- i 11 years when the concern was komiSh river for $2,100. Spend,being operated by Dave Johns. $50000 to erect a fish hatcherinhen Mr. Johns moved to Can- and $6.000 a year thereafter to|ada Mr. Bernert purchased the maintain it. is due for some establishment. heavy consideration by the cityl Mr. Bernert stated that the council members. AS Sportsmen.'name would remain unchanged. naturally are in favor ofiand pledged the same high type the plan, but as elected eXecu- of work as has been turned out tives in charge of Tacoma’s busi- , in the past. ness welfare, they‘ve got to think .‘ -——- '-—.—-———--———-~ it 0ver___cal-efu11y. At least that is how Mayor . Yes~ being “'08” “083 Harry P. Cain, Finance Commis- m ean personal! “.IOHEI' Val Fawcctt and “fork? , , , Commissioner A. R. Bergesen in- snafers Bakery prOQUCtS dicated they felt, after the plan are always ‘fresh’ for your was discussed by Utilities Com- , , rnissioner R. D. O'Neil in intro-l personal approval- ducing an ordinance to appropriate ‘ $2.100 city light funds to buy the site for the proposed fish hatchery. l When Fawcett suggested they study the plan further at a. miwt- ‘ ing of a committee of the whole» the other council members im-l mediater agreed. O'Neil said he? has an option on the site, and the. in the near future. date was set. O’Neil told the other council members the light department would have to build a fish hatch- ery ill case a power development is made. on the south fork of the Skokomish, and that there like- wise is responsibility on City Light for the north fork de- velopment. He expressed belief the state department of fisheries No definite “’35? Gimme mus moms nunu out and kills morn lite -v In I II : could take legal action and force . heinous? T?" the city to build the hatchery, '_ lsfr't‘neii‘inxmilildimh on the 133315. ofdamage done in “1'9""10" “1 clothes. 019’? fine. 'YWR CLOTHES IN SANITEX BAGS Double sealed to keep your mom- n-ee dry cleaned clothe: protected from moth um- zge. dust and dirt until In; H opened._ Call us for,$ANlTEX SERVICE . Mason County Steam Laundry & Dry the north fork development. but the other commissioners pointed out the damage, if any had been ignored ever since the power de- veIOpment was made, and pointed out fishing for sportsmen is bet- ter in Cushman lake than it was before the lower (lam created the lake. O'Neil said an action was start- ed to force erection of a hatch- ery when the north fork develop- ment was made, and said while the suit never was fought out in court. it might still be successfully prosecuted. RETURNS TO SAN DIEGO Gene Getty, son of Mrs. Clara Getty, left yesterday to returnl to San Diego to the Naval train- ing station after enjoying a 15- day furlough in Shelton. ' Cleaners PHONE 88 Fine Arts Exhibit and Tea Thursday, November 13 MEMORIAL HALL Hall Opens at 1215 Mason County District Federation of Women’s Clubs 25¢ Admission Public Invited Exhibits from Washington School for Blind, pottery by local artists ~~————_»«__.___,..-._.._,m_ ____——. the Time‘To Buy Beef For 25¢ 15¢ 21¢