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Shelton Mason County Journal
Shelton, Washington
November 18, 1941     Shelton Mason County Journal
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If you Wish to Sell you‘ll Have to Tell—Journal Want-Ads. GRAHAM THEATRE i Toy Renovators ‘ Itching To Work On Xmas Repairs the door, it is a reminder that Christmas is just around the cor- SHELTON! WASHINGTON iner, which in turn should be an- lother reminder that broken, for- ,fotten and discarded toys should now be gathered up and turned over to Mason County’s W.P.A. renovating crew, headed by Ora Spencer, for repair and distribu- tion to children in needy Mason County homes. Spencer and his renovators can l do amazing things with toys you'd think, offhand, would be irrepair- ,able. But a little patching and painting up can change the. most disruptable-looking toy into near- Two shows every night Starting at 7:00 P. M. Matinee 2:15 P. M. Sunday Tonite and Tuesday JACK BENNY “CHARLEY’S i AUNT’f ' nose to some youngster who might otherwise spend a pretty sad Christmas. Wednesday Only So bring that old toy firetruck, that doll with the dislocated arm, that broken skooter, and things TIIE jllke that down to Ora Spencers workroom in the basement of the 'Social Security building right away. He will see that it reach- es a home where it will bring yuletide happiness. Mary Bette Hughes, George Montgomery . With Thanksgiving knocking at newness and bring a lot of happlx Thursday BARGAIN NITE Friday - Saturday “BELLE STARR” Randolph Scott, Gene Tierney Visits Mother , Lela Jo Dindle of Seattle Merry Lou Sherk of Olympia, spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Ed Faubert. Lela Jo is the daughter of Mrs. Faubert. and $.25 per day will protect you while you are traveling? See Herb Angle, Agent. . AUBURN Golden Flake Butter- i milk 25¢ gallon. Binns, 825 Frank- lin. adv. Cliff Wivell’s CERTIFIED TEXAOD SERVICE Representative in Mason County for Olympia on Wood PRODUCTS COMPANY High Grade Fuel and Deisel Oils PROMPT SERVICE lst and Franklin We 171w WHY TAKE A CHANCE — when Phone 397 : : : on lower; wide: chassis; with longer. Com: IN now and inspect the GREAT NEW FORD!.:;See its new beautyu: try its soft new ride . . . feel its smooth power and driving ease. We believe you’ll agree in a minute that here’s the most-per- dollar c4r you’ve ever seen! I. t '3 Own America’s thriftiest 5'8";>or Ameris ca's mostmodernl'G". Ford now builds both! O t * softer springs! to come! lasting quiet! ~. 0.. Own a car you'll drive with pride . . .' new in style inside and out, and good for years c o ' e Ride in room to opera,- in big; wide bodies of one-piece welded steel for Enjoy the "new Ford ride‘f now finer still Inter-City Club Held In Bremerton Thursday Mrs. Willis Burnett, f o r m e r Shelton resident, entertained the Inter—City club at her Bremerton home last Thursday. Those from Shelton attending were Mrs. E. B. Sutton, Mrs. L. Wiss, and Mrs. W. M. Dickie. A shower was held during the afternoon honoring a niece of Mrs. Sutton, Mrs. Ken— neth Ward. Mrs. C. H. Grunert accompanied the Shelton ladies to Bremerton to visit a friend. Degree Of Honor To Present Annual Dinner The Degree of Honor will hold their annual dinner to honor Vet- erans on Tuesday, November 25. This is a yearly event with a social hour following the dinner. Mrs. O. K. Stephens .is the gen- eral dinner chairman. Mrs. Donovan Palmer Presents Recital Mrs. Donovan Palmer gave a party and recital for her pupils Saturday evening. 'The parents were the invited guests. Thosei taking part included Carol Mom! Golda Sullivan, Aylene Lough- nan, Stewart Loughnan, Mary Ann Latham, Norman Morgan, Terry Lynn Skelsey, Lorraine An-i drews, Jay Look, Willard Wivell, Helen Robinson, Winnifred Col-' lier, Meridee Wivell, Doris Hunt- er, Marjorie Constable and Mil— dred Carter. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Palmer. Mrs. Carl Hellman Entertains Club Mrs. Carl Hellman entertained! at her home last Thursday evo- ning for her bridge club. Two ta- bles were in play with Mrs. Char- les Borst winning galloping goose and honors with Mrs. LaurenCe Munson. Those present included Mrs. Elmer Smith, Mrs. Edgar Byrne, Mrs. George Cooper, Mrs. Munson, Mrs. Charles Borst, Mrs. Roy Getty, and Mrs. Jesse Bar- rett. Ruth Edgely was a guest for the refreshments served by the . hostess. PATIENT AT HOSPITAL Charles Pennypacker of latch Route was admitted to Shelton Hospital Friday for treatment. The Abstract Man of Mason County A. L. BELL , Abstracts, Real Estate Loans and Insurance BELL BUILDING SHELTON, WASH. ..--:. _, \z '- Invest wisely for the future: : : in the long lst and Pine Phone 16 Alfiiuerby Motors life quality car of the low-price field! vaccinations ’“l SHE Meeiing Hold The Lincoln Parent-Teachers association hold their monthly; meeting last Thursday, Novemch 13. Anna Peterson. school llursc,l gave a very interesting and in- formative talk on vaccination andi inoculation, stressing the import—[ She said there is; a marked raise in the diseases when there is a decline in the, and inoculations, which shows we can control the- dlscases with these weapons. “Good Bye, Mr. Germ," picture shown by Mrs. Vernon Davidson, and highly praised by all who have Seen it, was enjoyed as muchi by the children as the adults. The sixth grades furnished the enter- tainment. Miss Viola Mehus‘ group gave articles on unusual animals and Mr. Brockway's class sang several old song favorites. Miss DuBois and Mrs. John Eliason poured at the tea table, beautifully appointed with fall flowers and Thanksgiving napkins. Mrs. Tommy Kneeland were the host~ 85563. a nce of each. LTON-MASON COUNTY Lincoln l’.»-'l‘. A. ' Osker Erickson and Mrsl 0.E.S. Past Matrons Eutertained Thursday Mrs. W. M. Elliott and Mrs. B. S. Barger entertained at the Elliott home on Thursday for the Past Matrons of the Order of Eastern Star. hostess after which a business meeting and social hour were held. ' The next meeting will be a Christ- ' mas party at the home of Mrs. L. D. Hack. Those present Thurs- day were Mrs. Zora Waldrip, Mrs. Fanny Champlin, Mrs. Maggie Shorter, Mrs. Jean Bennett, Mrs. Helen Forrest, Mrs. Ruth Latham,, Claude i Logan, Mrs. Florence Taylor, Mrs! Mrs. Minnie Hack, Mrs. Mary Shelton, Mrs. Martha Jac- obs and the hosteSSes. Double H Club Holds Regular Meeting Friday The Double H Club held their pot- regular meeting on Friday with“ Mrs. L. C. Burrell. Honors at cards were won by Mrs. Ed Lewis and Mrs. Hugh Clark. The des- sert luncheon, served by the host- ess. was enjoyed by Mrs. Clark, Mrs. Lewis, Mrs. Eugene Brown, Mrs. E. B. Sutton, Mrs. L. Wiss, Mrs. W. M. Dickie and Mrs. Leo Martin. Mrs. Sherman Soule [Entertains W. W. Club The W. W. Club met last Thurs- day with Mrs. Sherman Soule for a 12 o'clock luncheon. A social afternoon was enjoyed by Mrs. l l l l A 1 o’clock des-, sort luncheon was served by the! JOURNAL cm.” PHONE 100 iiiiii an...“ Can You Guess Picture’s Name? § ‘3‘ l Basking between scenes of her latest picture, beauteous Betty Grable is as pleasant as the California weather. The name of her new picture? “Hot Spot.” American Legion Holds Annual Fall Convention The annual fall convention of the American Legion Auxiliary of the 4th district, consisting of 10‘ ‘fauxiliary units, was held in the Edward B. Rhodes Legion Hall Hazel Chase, Mrs. Ellen Harrison, Auxiliary rooms, in Taocma, on Mrs. Mabel Hall, Mrs. Lura Hurst, :November 14. Mrs. Laura Roush, Mrs. Chase and the hostess. I'DWER WITII EGDNDMY 50rd yfing’ers unit reports from the 10 auxil— ries, which were all well rep— : esented. man. Ila The 4th district president, Mrs. ..A.VV"r ' r .- 5V Its“: S premde ove the ‘ one Wishing to 1nv1te serV1ce men . afternoon and evening meetings. In the afternoon the group heard The district chairmen lso. gave their reports, among These, from Shelton were, Mrs. E. F. Martin, district member- ship chairman and Mrs. M. A. Clothier, junior activities chair— Edward B. Rhodes unit. ' The regular convention meeting was called to order at 8:15 and addresses were deliver—' ed by the department officers and department chairmen. Member ship reports were also given. De- partnfent President, Mrs. Cora Winteringer, gave the first talk and Mrs. E. F. Martin, depart- ment rehabiliation director, gave the principal talk on rehabilita- tion, which is the auxiliary's main work at this time of the year. Mrs. Hazel F. Abdill, department secretary-treasurer of Seattle and Mrs. Ethel Murphy, department first vice—president, were among the guest speakers. A dance at- tended by the members of the post followed the meeting. Mrs. M. C. Melcum accompanied the ladies. Mrs. Loris Johnson . Entertains Wednesday Mrs. Loris Johnson entertained at her home on Wednesday eve- ning with a 7 o’clock dinner hon- oring her llouseguest, Mrs. Jean— ne Chapman, and Miss Floyl Cook, featured speakers at the Fine Arts Exhibit and Tea. . Guests included Mrs. Fred Short. Mrs. Earl Reibow, Mrs. Merritt Stark, Mrs. Robert Nutt, Mrs. W. T. Weyand, Mrs. B. C. Combs, the honored guests and the hostess. Miss Cook, a college friend of Mrs. Combs, was Mrs. combs’ house guest. Lower Skokomish P.-T. C. To Present Entertainment The Lower Skokomish P.-T. C. will _sp0nsor a carnival Friday evenmg, December 5 in the com- munity hall at 8 p.m.' The pro- cecds will go towards the Christ- mas treat for the children. Mrs. Georgia Miller is chairman of the committee in charge. Mrs. B. C. Combs Hostess Thursday Mrs. B. C. Combs was hostess on Thursday to dinner for Miss Floyl Cook, Mrs. Jeanne Chapman and Mrs. Loris Johnson. Mrs. Frank Fentiman Entertains Club [Dramatic Reading And Tea 3 l ) 1 Share A banquet was served in, the dining rooms to over 250 la- dies by the }To Aid Camp Fire Girls On November 29th, at o’clock, Mrs. Jean Todd Fredson will be presented at Union in a dramatic reading of Alice Duer lMiller's “White Cliffs.” Mrs. IFredson recently gave this road- iing privately for Chapter B, P. l E.O. of Shelton, and received much, ipraise for her talented present- ‘ation. .A simple tea and visiting hour will follow, with a small charge being made to assist the Camp Fire Girls, and the general public is asked to support this lovely affair. Mrs. Celia Orchard, beloved pioneer of Puget Port A. Ross, of l ion to the public for the first i efits Cheskchamay Group of Camp lFire Girls recently formed in the ivicinity. The girls are almost [entirely strangers l munity within the last year, their1 ‘ families having come to Union '- ilargely through national defense; ., work .or government service. The sponsor of the group is the Hood Canal Women’s Club, which considers this activity both as youth co-operation and national defense work. Mrs. Fredson's ap- pearance at Union is especially. pleasing because of her many years’ teaching there and her continued interest in the residents l 55' She is l the mother of a Camp Fire guard- , . ian, Mrs. A. W. Austin, of Selah,'i| 'e and grandmother of Miss Betty 1 f Austin, Camp Fire Girl and camp- l, -‘ companion of Marie Louise Short,'i . and activities in Union. Cheskchamay Guardian, both at Selah and Roganunda. Wedding Held At Methodist Church Donald N. Nedda of New York, and Anne L. Ringgold of Balti- more, Maryland, were united in marriage at 3 o’clock Saturday by Reverend R. W. Maulden at the Methodist Church. Sheltonians Urged To Thanksgiving Dinner Mrs. W. F. Roberts, chairman of recreation, for the Mason Coun— ty Federation of Women's Clubs, urges all Sheltonites to keep the service men in mind when mak- ing their plans for the holidays, and to invite them to their homes for Thanksgiving dinner. She also suggests that ‘we remember the families whose sons are in service and unable to be at home. Any— to their homes may make ar— rangements by contacting” the Building, Olympia, Wash. Elizabeth van0verbeke Engagement Announced Mr. and Mrs. Henry VanOver- ‘ 'A beke announCe the engagement of their daughter Elizabeth, to Paul wedding will take place in spring. Report Card Party The St. Edwards card party held ’, .‘ last week was well attended and l :3, all enjoyed the evening, so anoth— i, 7. er is planned for the last of the f: at month. Honors were won pinochle by Mrs. F. G. Bedell;l !500, Father Joe Leigel won the door prize. ‘ HOSPITAL BOUQUETS Say It WITH FLOWERS They Bring Comfort and Happiness FUNERAL DESIGNS AND Delivered anywhere, anytime Travis Floral Shop Shelton Hardware Bldg. Phone 232 270-W Mrs. Frank Fentiman entertain- ed her bridge club last Friday Honors were won by Mrs. Paul Dittman, Jr., and Mrs. the club. Delicious refreshments were evening. Clarence Grunert, guest of served by the hostess. 1). 0f 11. Juveniles Slate Next Meeting The Juveniles of the Degree of Honor will hold a Thanksgiving party on Saturday, November 22. A pot luck luncheon will be serv- ed at 12:30 p.m. Visits Parents Marian Elliott, employe of the State Health Department in Seat- fie, vxsnted her parents, Mr. and the Mrs. W. ,M.~,Elliol:t over weekend. “ ~ ' of backgammon. hold form ments 'raxv.n‘d<-cl to the winners. a re often t w o , LARGE CAN Pilinth 3 lor FANCY ; Sound, is opening her home in Un- , '4 i i i . . . I. ltime, for this occaSlon which ben- l in the com“. The U. S. The most popular game in the Navy plz‘lIls United States Navy is “{lCC‘dCllCC,” crease its food purchaseS pronounced aceydenr-y, a modified year in order to feed 1135 Tourna- zmd prizes growing fleet. probably be Specials for Tuesday and wed. Tuesday, November 1871 I Purchases. ‘ i in excess 0‘ E 000,000 pounds of first gm American Legion Auxiliary, caref ,: ‘of Army—Navy Club, Old Capitol' Orvas of the 116th Regiment En—. :' gineers, Forty-first division, for-i merly of the National Guard. The f L‘- the 1 l 1 St. Edwards Ladies 4 Mark Weichmann: f '- jcontract, Mrs. Roy Rector and _.' i , mauelruil ha. y. Eggs __2d02. halite lb. Shortening 3-lbs. 6°? OREGON BROKEN- Shrimp cans 37. red Ellis 2458. SWEET Potatoes 4—lbs. SHOPPING BAG FULL Manges SHOPPING BAG FULL bag " ” Extra Large Neely i... - '.»ir=-zi-V."::i.r . ‘ "‘r Clover Bloom, full and solid. 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