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Page I ! liomebuildcrs Hear “'ill Meet Monday Evangelist At Meet The Girl Scout Council will meet The Homebuilders attended the at the home of Mrs. W. M. El- , special meeting held in the Bap~ liott on Monday, November 10 [ tist Church instead of their usual at 2 pm. Imeeting, Tuesday evening, with a social hour following with Evan- ,gelist Clifford Hovda. Mrs. Say 1 George Dunning and Mrs. Howard WITH FLOWERS ‘ ‘Yule served refreshments. They Bring Comfort and Happiness FUNERAL DESIGNS AND HOSPITAL BOUQUETS Delivered anywhere, anytime Travis Floral Shop Shelton Hardware Bldg. Phone 232 (lirl Scout (‘ouncil —— , Mrs. Grant And Mrs. Travis [Entertain At Bridge Club l Mrs. Hal Grant and Mrs. Frank Travis were joint hostesses at the lColonial House last Friday for a ,1uncheon and afternoon of bridge. ‘Honors were won by Mrs. A. C. :Bayley, Mrs. J. H. Frisken and l Mrs. Emery C. Burley. Mrs. Paul 270"” Bushong was the guest. OLD MOTHER NATURE still rules in spite of modern civili- zation and the wonders thereof. The cardinal physical re- quirements remain the same fundamentals—fresh air. water. exercise. rest, sleep and simple foods. Old age should have been the rule instead of the exception in the time of our on- cestors. Their lives were geared down to a speed approved by nature, and their living habits necessarily simple. But. in those days, scourges of typhoid, malaria, cholera. smallpox. diphtheria and other uncoriquered diseases cut down the life span. In these modem days, the great majority of people seem to think that public health efliciency automatically takes care of their own physical welfare. They disregard all of. Nature‘s laws and live on a low health scale. simply because they refuse to be guided-by common sense. MR 18 FREE, yet how many breathe enough fresh air to keep plenty of oxygen going into the blood? WATER lS CHEAP. but every physician will tell you the vast majority of people do not drink enough water. EXERCISE is FREE. but laziness. ora supposed lack of time, keeps most of our tissues inactive, and makes us old before our time. REST IS POSSIBLE to practically all if they manage their ail-airs properly. is the most abused nature! restorative of modern living. You can not “make up" Lizep. Nature requires so many hours sleep in each twenty-four. . at 5’ E, ~ RJCHARD E. GRENBEQG. Prop. ‘ [I nuns neurons is ill lililSl llllPllBilllll mm or our BUSlflfSS ll ' ‘Telling the Public Aboul lhe Doctor" appears weekly in this paper- (2252541? .M W? m; 'M '3’?“ Beautiful New Something New Under the Winter Sun! WOMEN’S PARKAS 98¢ The newest thing in gay—but—sen— sible winter fashions! Every one from school girls to sportswomeu are welcoming this attractive type of winterrheadwear. Knitted in gay colors with true parka style ruffled back. Genuine Laskin lamb frames the face. The Smart Girl Chooses TUCKSTITCH UNDERWEAR for Cool Days! 19¢ Snugly cut and tailored. these briefs, pants and vests are [a good weight for the cold WP‘d- tber ! Fine quality rayon and cotton in popular tea rose. Now is the time to buy a good sup- ply I Sizes 6 to 16. “sat-By-‘T‘he-Fire" Fashions! LUXURIOUS HOUSECOATS 4.98 Staying at home is a pleasure if you're wearing one of these opulent beauties: . l l l . JKIW lENNEY lllRlll' WAY! TABLE CLOTH 3.98 Sizes to Fit Standard Size Dining Table. CHENlLlE in ~ '- rWe will remain open-firmistice Day -~ -~ Shelton Woman’s Cake and Recipe Wins Times Prize l Mrs. Margaret Fuller of Shel- ton submitted such a toothsome entry in the sponge-cake. divis- ion of the Seattle Times-Jessie DeBoth Cooking and Homemak- ing School last week in Seattle that she was awarded fourth 0 prize in her division and the l l I l I recipe for her cake was print- , ed in last night’s Times. 1 Judges chose evenly textur— ‘ ed, well flavored cakes that measured up to high standards set by prize winningr cakes in past contests, The Times stated. Mrs. Fuller’s recipe is pub- lished herewith: 2 cups egg whites. i 2 cups sugar. 1/, cup cake flour. 1 11,5; teaspoon cream of tartar. F 1/5 teaspoon salt. 11/1 teaspoons vanilla. I l l l l l l l l l Beat egg whites until foamy. 1 Add salt and cream of tartar i and heat until it stands in [ peaks. Add sugar gradually. a , few tablespoons at a time. Sift l l I l l l l l l and measure flour and sit" t again with chocolate several times. Add vanilla. Bake 1% hours in 325-degrce oven. Troop No. 4‘. Reports Meetings And Doings . The Girl Scout Troop Number; 4 met October 28th and had a_ potluck supper. There were 11 members including the leaders.- .Old and new business was dis- ! cussed. Another meeting was held , lNovcmbcr 3. Mrs. Willard took! l charge as she is teaching the troop i la. drill. There will be a meeting illflld Thursday. November 6th. 'lti .\.Vlll be held at the junior high IschoolrwCharlotte Ross, Scribe. i l ’ast Matrons, 0.E.S. . ‘Slotc Thursday Meeting l The Past Matrons, Order of wtern Star will meet on Thurs-1 day, November 13 with - Mrs. \V’Vflltpl‘ Elliott. Activettes On Wednesday Mrs. corge Dunning entertain— ed at her home on Wednesday Activettes. Regular business pro- cedure followed. Mrs. H arr y Christoferson, former was the guest of the club. 69.0 Smart C'Style'swArl’d rSnug Warmth! Klannellette Pajamas 1.2.5 Soft-as—a—kitten i‘launellctte in un- usually uice prints and solid pas- tels. Butcher boy and man tail- ored models so smartly designed you'll lounge in them, too! Be sure to see them ! One pair won‘t be enough, they're so pretty and low priced I . Fashion Right For Fall! CHERRY LANE CARDIGANS All W'ool Warm ! . 1.98 If you're trotting off to college or staying right at home—you’ll still need more than one of these boxy cardigans !‘ Push up sleeves, big pockets, \buttons marching down the front‘all headlines from the sweater fashion news I Be the first to wear yours—it's sure to be the hit of the season I Sizes 3-1 to 40. ,tea at the Memorial Hall, . .which the general public is COl"Cl~l . ially invited. The hall will be: the aha. :opened at 1:15 pm. to give thelprcsident, who has been ill and ignests time to View the displays begin at o‘clock. V Mrs. Loui Larson. Mrs. Flovl r ‘ Cook, instructor of A rts a n d‘ Cle .Crafts at the Washington State .School for the Blind, Vancouver, : .A. it and refel 1 the girls are going to make nut "to the exhibits made cups for Thanksgiving. They ‘hcr. Mrs. Chapman, superintend- 'lcs R. Lewis will render v . selections. The tea will be scr‘r ‘fireplacc and rooms, (pouring. 3:15 to 31/15. Mrs. M M rs. Dunning Entertains b icvcning with a dinner for the‘ member, ‘ charged with all interested ladies, \Entertain 23 Children itho loose Decorations and \goblm concealed in the wood-pile: ——____~—_._.,___.. Mm,» w’ )4», M ammo...“ PHONE Fine .' rts Exhibit And Tea Slated For November lSt. . Thursday, November 13. the Ma- , son County Federation of VVo-Z Vi ) I in before the program which will} l l Special music will open the program, followed by songs by ‘ will tell of her w. by her pu— Slll‘ll.’l.‘()N~M/\SON COUNTY .lOUllNAii Militants—uni.“ wu- virmmwmsaml mv’ammlwmm-houmi 'ticn ch..$rm.. ‘ cran's Gift Shop at Walla Walla, i on I I l l l l . l l l . l uddents Honored Aurt liary ular meeting of the ' . l Legion Auxiliary w men’s Clubs will present their? held Tuesday, November Lith. This , r Fine Arts Exhibit, a program and: ‘ the past presidents. . as the annual party in honor of. Mrs. Gene Martin presided in be of Mrs. R. W. Coates, iable to attend several meetings. ren Earl, rehabilita- n, reported on X’Ct" Mrs. “for hch the hospitalized veteran» (lOSOS gifts for his family at .. tmas time. 1" rs. Sherman Soule, J uni o r ctivities Chairman, reports that pils, which she will bring with‘havc Christmas cards for scrap— ent of the school, will be intro- uccd, following which Mrs. Clm from 3:15 to 4:45, during whicl. presented with her violin, ac— compande by Mrs. Donovan Palm- booi .. ncl are selling dish cloths; were also heard from: mcmbcrs of the dinner committee. This is for the ail-é nual ham dinner to be held Nov—l| , ember llllimscrvilig will be from; time Miss Virginia Look will be. 5:30 to 7:30. . l l Mrs. M. C. Melcum is handling; l l reservations for conference (lira l 61' at the” pianO. Incr in Tacoma. This will be. . .. y l Committees in charge are: rangcinents for the blind stud exhibits, Mrs. Emil Davistourt jNoveivmor 321th, with Edward B. ; ill-lode: Unit No. 2. hostess. Those planning to attend are asked to: MPG. 13. C. Combs: decoration of! contact her within the next fowr Hamilton, chairman. C. ll; Runacres. Mrs. A. Almadon. Mrs. l Homer Taylor anti Mrs. Don Kay: decoration of tea table, M..:. W. F. Roberts: ccmn‘littcc i'o Mrs. Leo Martin. chairman. Mrs. Duncan Vxlilsou. Mrs. L. C. Burrcll, M1" Frank Willard Mrs. Fran is Eacrett. I n , } .3 ritt Stark and Mrs. H. 13. Poor—l ‘ son. 3:45 to IizlS. lllfrs. . .. ".1 Todd Frcdson and Mrs. A. '. ford. 4:15 to 4:45. M . Home? Taylor and Mrs. Warren Linwflr Hostesscs, Mrs. B. C. Combs, Mr. o Fred Short, Mrs. Robert Trcncl l3] mann, Mrs. G. Norby and Mrs." Norman Hulbert: guest book. Miss Dorothy Bell: Miss Silvia Rorst. division art chairman. will be in charge of the Fine Arts exhibit, and Mrs. Robert C. Johnson is the general chairman. A small admission will he n i l l l l l l l l l } whether club members or not! invited to attend. l l 1 Hadsell’s And Gosscr’s ; 2 Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hodscll.‘ assisted by Mr. and Mrs. Ronald é 7" Gasser, gave a Hallowe’cn party for 23 children in the ‘0 of their home on Hallowr. Lil in; i . The children were all in costume. and ghosts and goblins wcrr: on: lights from jack-’o—lanterns pt mltted the many activities of 9. Among which were mysterimm ‘ with Mrs. Clive Troy. conversations carried on by the; good points of goblins present.l faded away, leaving only a faint i from the ceiling to seek protch of goblins blinked thru the wind-l , ows and weird noises were heard . the wedding 01" her DenheWy Georrel from all corners of the base_;Davis, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrsl ' . Him?! , (lays. mllnsnn and Gone Martin. Mrsi Claude Jackson and Mrs. Ed Fau- . were in troducr‘d. Als led by Mrs. Palmer. “KSCS. “Jill lZlZLY‘, Service will hold a regular rne‘ctir‘gr on Vv'cdncsrlav. November Firefly: 9' Hold VVcilncsd {Ly was served by the hos"? meeting next month will be held. lack-‘o—lantcrns concerning th01R°tllrn me Trip aid; presidents were intro-l , the highlights; of; poets» n years. Those ans- ‘ roll mil were: Mesdanies, .~. Furl. Vin Connolly, Merv-1 . lVivrrll, M r“. Clothier. Maur‘ 0 Fact ham. \V. .'~\. ‘Ni. icrs, John i crt. past presidents from other. nil: and now local members, Mrs. John v Rattle, now of Portland. who ans- l wired r l by" telephone. ‘ "the McKay spoke bricflvl pill school play. Follow- shu‘ir-nts. Mrs. Donovan Mfg-n ll the lft' ref Palmer song “Vi’lien the Frost is l in} " :‘iWOinpav’llrsil by l 7,; Ruhr-vi; 3m; -. ‘ l d w ,31 comm Evening iity singing 1 Earl. November 12 The “Joni: ’s Society for Chris- 2. at. 1he Methodist Church at: o’clock. 'larytha Bible Class l The Mzu‘ytha Bible class met on l l l . . Mrs. Frank VVil- gave . .5001“? on the moi: of Luring?" mid Mrs. David‘ l showed T.--B. picture. Tea The : , v .. -. r.t1 1.1. .' Fr. .v‘T'i. .1 ‘~: . . . Th?“ “391331137 limes When 1119‘ f. ‘1“ 9L on 3.1mm? 17.0“3 he” . friencs for the store, brings many lights Within the Jack-’o-lanterns $3117 ERSt- MISS Catherme Ham‘ ltou, Mr. Hamilton's sister, of light, At such times one large Caflin. Kansas. returned with lack—'o-lantern would come down them for an indefinite ViSit- tion among the children as eycsi Att‘md-‘i Vvedding Mrs. John L. Dotson attended ment, or showers of streamers 01" George E. Davis. and Miss Agnes balloons fell from overhead. Fa- vors and prizes for all the chil— =dren were slowly lowered from i Delgard, all of Tacoma. Tuesday evening, to which 150 guests were nvited. The ceremony was per- concealed- places in the ceiling? formed in the First Methodist decorations at the will and com— Church in Morton. the same mand of the goblin conceaigd in‘ church in which tho bride became discovered in the wood-pile and? ROY Kalli)“ “0‘30er routed out to enjoy ice cream. G119“ >3Murdi’d’ EVenmg and Hallowe’en cookies with those! Mrs. Carl Kimbel and Mrs. present Vvho “Vere: Sonnyy Mar-’ ROY KilleOl Vv’Cl'C hostesses garet and Betty Walton, Jean, Frankie and Junior Simmons, Tike Hillman. Billy Furlong. Jackie Yarr. Lorraine. Eleanor, Sandra, Donald and Edwin Gos— ser, Eleanor and Kenneth Carl- son. Lucy and Joan and Jean Hadsell. Adults present were: Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Gosser, Mrs. S. B. Anderson, Mrs. Isabelle Almgren. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Gos‘ ser and Mr. and Mrs. Henry {ari- sell. ~ , the wood—pile. The climax of thel 8 member as a child. party being when the goblin wasl —‘ Brownie Troop Gives Up Party To Help Patients Brownie Troop No. 7 members. instead of enjoying a Hallowe‘cn gave one for patients at the Oakhurst Sanitarium near Elma instead by sending over the goodies such as popcorn balls, cookies, candy, etc., for the pa— tients to enjoy, reports Donna Drebis, Troop 7 scribe. Southsidc Clubs Thank Public. The Gardeners Round-Table and i the Friendship Club wish to thank the public and all those who so generously helped to make the carnival a huge success, the pro— ceeds of which go to furnish the new kitchen of the Southside Com- munity Hall. Rebekahs Will Journey To Olympia Saturday : Rebekahs, Odd Fellows andi their friends are invited to at-. tend decoration of chivalry, Can—l ‘ton of Olympia, in the VVashing:l ton school building in Olympia on: Saturday at 8 O'clock. The bus will leav‘e here at 7 p.m. A11. wishing reservations are request— ed to call Mrs. Harry Carlon. Troop 25 Mothers Hold Regular Meet Boy Scout Troop 25 Mothers met with Mrs. F. E. Beckwlth on Wednesday, at which time im- portant business matters were diScusscd, namely securing uni- forms for all troop members. Re- freshments were served by the hostess to Mrs. F. W. Graham. Mrs. Daniels. Mrs. Robert Binns, Mrs. Rose. Mrs. Herb Angle, Mrs, Donovan Palmer and Mrs. And- rew Hopland. Saturday evening for a birthday party in honor of Roy Kimbel. Al social evening of games was en-‘ joyed at the Roy Kimbel apart- ments with the group going tol the Carl Kimbel home for re- frcshments where the table was appropriately appointed with a birthday cake and decorations. The honored guest received many. nice gifts. Those present in- cluded Mr. and Mrs. Roland Hul- lcr, Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Ferguson of: Tacoma, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Kim- hcl of Sedro W'oollcy, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Fields. Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Osterberg, Mr. and Mrs. La-, voi'n Little, Mrs. Maxine Kimbel.‘ :7.’11{'." '. l ‘ party for themselves last week,’ Kinige‘iol’ U‘e llobteSSOS, 311d W.B.A. Will Meet \Vodnesdav, November 12 The VV.B.A. will meet next \Ved- * ncsday. November 12 with Mrs. Ole Olson at 1 o’clock. Mrs. J. H. Gray Entertains Club Mrs. J. H. Gray entertained at her‘ home on Monday evening with ; a, bridge party. Two tables were; in play with Mrs. \V. F. McCann,. Mrs. John Cormier and Mrs. Grace Stephens winning honors. De- licious refreshments were se'rvcd to the ladies. Visit In Seattle Mr. and Mrs. Fred l-Iickson spent Sunday in Seattle visiting : h is relatives. Mrs. Roy Rector Entertains- Club Mrs. RoV Rector entertained her bridge club last Friday afternoon With Mrs. Grover Brewster. Mrs. J. Bichscl and Mrs. C. H. Gruncrts Winning honors. A dessert lunch- eon was served by the hostess. Brownie Troop No. 6 Holds Tuesday Meet Brownie Troop No. 6 met at the Bul‘deflll‘: school on Tuesday. with 13 in attendance. Some of the Scrap-bucks made for the children at the sanitorium were turned in. All the Brownies are invited to: Virginia Pierce’s birthday part3“ They will meet at: mm school at 3 o’clock. Professor l Loop was a visitor at the meet-l on Friday. mg,~Ma1y Wilson, Scribe. 'same low cost. This is possible , ‘which will be either, an opera,. Next \Veek ‘ Juveniles Slate ‘ Honor will hold hobo party Sat- ‘ tunic. r hour. ‘2 In Honor Of Two Ladies Friday .of Shelton, a recent bride. Thme .in attendance were Mrs. Oliva., ll—Iarold Hunter, Mrs. D. J. O'Neill and daughter. Mrs. Arnold Che- - _:nev. Miss Betty and Margaret ltl/cdncsday the borne Mrs... i lllcCoukey Pharmacy 1 l lits annual One-Cent Sale this 1 1 November 18 Date Of ' Glenna Fitz Reports First Junior l’rogram {Girl Scout Doings The first in a series of three“ Junior programs which will be resenth in Olympia and which. Shelton children have an oppor- tunity to attend, will be held on Tuesday, November 18 at 3:30 p. m. It will be a ballet, “Daniel Boone." At the last meeting, some of the boxes of Christmas cards wore given out with the delivery of R an began “1 New ara Butler and Rosemary Steven- can l Do NOT SUFF : some 8T0 If you suffer the age them expected any day now. The acid—indigestion, you had group also discussed Christmas start taking Bisma-Rex gifts for their parents, with quite l T1113 a few nice ideas expressed. Barb- starts relief in 3 minut get a bottle of 50 d ' Jersey. A group of mothers real- ‘ h 1 . , a Iizing their children’s need of good i311; fggrgisbgéd t 6 “ea G enna 5°C dt the Rexau Dru” :entertainment and who like local I ‘ people did not feel financially able 4-action antacid ‘ [Gordon’s Shelton Pharma to take these children miles and miles decided to bring the enter- . tainment to them. It was successfulsso success— ful in fact, that it has been brought all the way from the East to the West Coast. at the because it. is a non-profit organ-l ization. They must be assured.“ their expenses and for that rea- Son each child must pay in ad«, vance for all three performances. The Lincoln P.-T. A. will assist: with the free transportation to Olympia. All school children have been given notes to take home' to inform their parents of the! above possibilitv. Adults may! also attend the performances a ballot or drama. Dorcus Sale J... The Ladies of the Seven Day Adventist Church will hold a Dor- cus Sale in the old postofficc oni November 12 and 13. Visit Grandmother Mr. and Mrs. Karl Tegtmeyer‘ of Tacoma visited their grand—x rnotbmi, Mrs. Minnie B. Meyers,l last weekend. rday Party .Frwcniles of the Degree of urday. November 8, in the Odd. Fellows Hall at 12 o'clock. There will be a prize for the best cos-i Jr. High P.—T. A. l Meeting Tonight The Junior high P.-T. A. will meet this evening. Thursday, at, 8 pm. at the junior high. There will be a short business meeting and program followed by a social Mrs-Vii. 1!. Gilbert Entertains Mrs. W. H. Gilbert entertained with -a family luncheon at her: home in Hoodsport on Friday, October 31 in honor of the birth— day of her sister, Mrs; Joe Vai1._ The occasion also complimented her niece, Mrs. Arnold Cheney,‘ Finder, Mrs. Paul Hunter, Mrs. Vail of Shelton. .. a l McConkey Ragnar will hold. J°l" °”' Lane Cedar Chest Christmas Club Now. By using our Lay-Away Plan. any pay- ment you make from now uniil time delivery is made can be considered a part of the l0% down payments on Lane Cedar Hope Chests. =Onc Cent Sale At lwcekend, Roy McConkey, prop- ‘vrietor announced today. M7" and Mrs‘ ngh Hammon ‘ This event which has made many1 3items of value to the customer l‘ at greatly reduced prices. %Annual Youth Service l { At Mt. Olive Sunday ,r Next Sunday morning at 11:00,: Mount Olive Lutheran Church will1 ,"havc its annual Youth Service in} lits chapel on Hillcrest, with Rev.‘ ER. C. Muhly preaching the ser-! :mou on the theme. “Youth Today , m l #and Tomorrow W’”¥MF~'7~W . 7"“ “' 7-1" ‘- . l . l l'l > ll‘ 1 l "EN HOU Irene Forrest OF THEIR NEW STOR at 2311 Railroad Avenufi’ Satuday.November Carrying a Complete Line of Flowers i p ' and Gifts for All Occasions p Saturday and Sunday --. to, 5 I ' A Flower to Evol‘y Lady Visiting Our Store Elizabeth Sim.