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November 20, 1941     Shelton Mason County Journal
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Page F if ' I. . illll‘ Shelton Garden Club l l l SliELTON—MASON COUNTY JOURNAL Thursday, November SilfllllelllilSiiNNCilllNl‘Y- JOURNAL—“l Consolidated with The Shelton Independent css at 410 North First Street Sat- urday afternoon for a miscch laneous shower in honor of Miss‘ e e ' Ann Marie Lemkc, who was inar— l “5311112” A" Silllth 39ndf' '- ried on Sunday to Kenneth Wol-‘ MT'S- H8“? Clll'lsto '1 den. The afternoon was spentl ViSitil’lg‘ this Week WL embroidei‘ihg (lish towels for the Mrs- H-(‘llY‘YClll‘lstOfer To Port lov-xnsend ,Eaglcs District Meeting {Visit Parents Myg. F1 F9. Mai-gin Fighabilita_i Slates Monday Meeting ’5' ’:"lleld Here Thursday I My .md M” J. c, On Monday at 2 oclock, in thei E. ' Miss Audrey Freeman was host—l of Seattle visited over ‘- OCIAL The Eagles Auxiliary districtl fmccting was held in Shelton last; Thursday afternoon with a. large! gattcndauce from the Centraliafl Castle Rock, Olympia. Chehaiis,‘. l l tion director for the Department} of W’ashing’ion. American Legion i Memorial Halli a Y'eglflar meeting! Auxmary‘ win journey to port? of the Shelton Garden Club will] Townsend Saturday to give a re i be held- Mrs Mary Gay BelCham; Bordeaux P.-’1‘. A. Mixer view of her work at the meetingl 0f Seattle. WCU'RHOWH teaCher 055 held Last Thursday ".liere. lCGrsage making: Will b9 Sue“; On Thursday evening the B01"— ; Speaker- ideaux P.—T. A. was host to mem- end with her pai'cntSr . Mrs. Ray \Vlicntlcy. ' Published every Tuesday and Thursday afternoon I [ V\'&Slllll;.‘,’[f)ll NI"v\"’.Dl.‘LD(‘I‘ l'ubiishers' Association and National lliiitoria‘. Association. Entered as second—clam; mailer at {he postoi‘l’ic‘e at Shelton, Washington , ., I l ‘— Stiltisci'ipt.ion Rates: Afltlllbt‘l' of Elma and Bremerton units. The meeting was called to order for Mrs. Belcham has a studio bers and friends, at a “mixer,” the main business by the, pmsi—‘ ‘ 1116 Second Avenue (Garden 3 held at the school. For the first dent, M1‘S_ Ada Basso“. T, h e l MAIL: in Mason Couiiiy (outside of Shelton city mail carrier districts) bride-elect_ 1 Bend. H competitive WOI’K was won by Mrs, 1 r‘” "d" “ "mm ' ‘1 ' ‘ Hm“th 70¢ 1 0101's“ 355-“ P“ year- Posml Dehclous refreshments (a 1- C 11 c, LL 1, 0 Spot) and has just completed alpai-t oi the evening the various .book entitled “Corsages, January! rooms were visited, the second to December.” An alliele and il- 5 grade winning the prize for hav- regulations foer residean or Shelton served by city mail carrier from reeeiv‘ng their Journal by mail. Bx JUo‘cuAL CAMIER: iu Shelton, 25¢ pvl‘ month (collected by carrier) Jones, madame president of the , Iscrved by the hostess to Ruthie; . Centralia auxiliary. Centrali‘a al—i and Jean Ashbaugli, Gloria Sali-I, l l l l l i i I /I «x A new w to play records! Look at these great features 1 Roll-out Record Changer—— rolls out when you open door ~lor Comfort Level Loading 2 No lid to lift—no ornaments to move 3 N0 needles to “'Ol'l'y about 4 No more objectionable sur-_ face noises 5 Real life to your music 6 Records last indefinitely 7 Push a button—records play, stop, change — automatically Forathrill—visit us todayand gel; a demonstration of this remarkable new RCA Victrola with Magic Brain. It has the amazing new Magic Tone Cell ...chel-Liie Scanner...Flexi- ble Tone Bridge . . . Teleiube Radio with 9 RCA Victor Pre- ferred T pe Tubes . . . Amer. ican an foreign lawman radio reception ‘V '1‘33‘313‘ . . . Electric Tun- l .ing...andnianv i, . . other excuiiig 1krriwiwo lectures. Pndcmcneo EASY TERMS AT Shelton Electric REMEDIES .(‘0 Alka Seltzer .49 1.50 Petrolagar._ .89 3 Turns ............ .. .25 .60 Bran-Seltzer .49 1.00 Lysol .......... .. .89 1.09 Haley’s M.D. .89 A Large a. 'CConkey PHARMACY Pt). Super D Oil Selection of Noncnoss and BUZZA CHRISTMAS CARDS Come in and Make Your Choice N O W l i i i l i . i i lustration by her is carried llli this month's Northwest Gardens! :Club members are especially in—E terested in learning to make lioli—‘ iday corsages at which Mrs. Bel-, cham is very clever. She will also 1 ;bring material with her to pur-i 3 chase for future use. i The public is invited to at—! itend. They will be charged a.) 1 small admission fee, but the mem— 2 | 1bers will not be charged. , For the flower displays, Mrs; C. E. Runacres, chairman, asks' members to bring chrysanthe-l 'mums and other seasonal flowers' 9 and berried shrubs. She urges: .those not caring to make ar- rangements to bring specimens. ) i Sheltonites Attend 5 Olympia Musical Tea , i Mrs. Bernard VViniecki and Mrs. . , Paul Marshall attended the musi-E l cal tea in Olympia given by Mrs.‘ il—larold Murphy for a group of l l rher friends. Mrs. K. Musgrovc and Mrs. VViniecki played piano , numbers. Mrs. Winiecki’s num- I bers included, “Schumann's Ro- l i mance,” “Saint Sacn‘s Swan,” andl in‘. in in r. i"Chop s Waltz E M o " ‘ ’W’orking For Boeings '5 Miss Betty Wells, daughter of' , Mr. ac— ccptcd a position last week in the medical in Seattle. l ; and Mrs. l l I l l Clyde Wells, Leaving Friday 1 Miss Betty, Grantham will leave . on Friday for her home in Cal- gary, Alberta, after visiting three ‘ weeks with her aunt, Mrs. A. VVin- sor. mg the most visitors registered. Later, the group gathered in the lll'Sl'. grade room for the program. This was opened by the singing of America, followed by the flag salute, led by the Bordeaux Cub Scout leader, Mr. Sivo. Then Miss Cochranc, accompanied by Miss Heaton, led some commu- nity singing. There was no busi— ness meeting, but the treasurer’s report listed a very successful month, the P.—T. A. food sale at the exposition bringing in' $36.15 and the skating party spon— sored by the group adding $23.86! to the treasury. The president,‘ Mrs. Francis Eacrett, extended her thanks to Mrs. Duncan Wil- son, ways and means chairman, and to all those who helped to make both events so profitable. ‘ Musical numbers on the pro—‘ gram consisted of an accordion solo by Mrs. Al. Ferwerda also some piano solos by_ Mrs, Ferwerda’s young son, Donald, and a~ duet by this interesting; mother and son. Mrs. Robert? Bampton gave two very enjoy~ able violin solos, {‘Madrigal," and “Serenade,” her accompanist be- ing Miss Norma Johnson. Mr. Emmett Smith, substituting for Mr. Sivo, gave a brief report on the Cub Scout meeting held department at Boeings ,in Olympia recently. and thanked the P.-T. A. for their very gen- erous help as sponsors of this 'group. Mrs. Vernon Davidson then showed the picture, “Good— lbye Mr. Germ," as part of the T. B. League program. Miss iPetcrson, the school nurse, report‘- ed on the present need for vacci— nation and innoculation of all :American Legion Girls 5 Need 01d Christmas Cards I The Junior American Legion lAuxiliary will meet at the Mem- lorial Building at 1 o'clock on lFriday to make their Christmas iscrap-books. All girls are urged jto be there and to bring their material to work with. Anyone having old Christmas cards to do- nate to the girls are requested ito leave them at the Memorial lbuilding or phone Mrs. Sherman Soule, 467W. l Visiting Parents I Miss Shirley Gerhardt is home I from Vancouver, Washington, spend :where she is employed, to her lthe holiday weekend with parents, Mr. and 'hardt. Lav Instructors Get First Aid Certificates Lay instructors Red Cross first aid certificates were officially pre- sented 25 persons by Mayor VVil- liam Stevenson at a special meet- ing held in the junior high Fri- day evening. Short talks were given by Deane Brodie and S. B. Anderson during the program and the Red Cross Canteen Corps demonstrated the proper preparation of a bal- anced mealfi Refreshments were served. Phone 303 555 We Deliver V I '1‘ H M I N S $1.20 Scotts Emulsion .......................... .. 98¢ Pt. Norwegian Cod Liver Oil ........ ._ 69¢ Pt. Norwegian Cod Liver _‘ Oil ........ .. 98¢ Pt. Norwegian Cod Liver Oil ________ .. 1.09 Pt. Norwegian Cod Liver Oil ________ _. 1.29 32-02. Abbott Haliver Malt ______________ ._ 2.89 80 Squibb Adex Tablets ______________________ .. 79¢ 1-lb. Parke-Davis Irradol A .............. .. 1.23 _____________________________ ._ 1.39 100 Cod Liver Oil Capsules ________________ .. 1.49 The Perfect Touch Canterbury Chocolates and DOUBLE K NUTS and Beautiful 3 Mrs. Roland Ger- ‘ school children, citing Washing- ton's tardiness in this matter. She rangements for this service to be igiven at a clinic to be held Nov— ember 25th. 1 Mrs. Laura K. Plumb concluded ' the program by a most interesting review of Northwest History, re- calling the unique origin of it’s cities' names, laws, etc., and the. {part destiny played in Shelton’s [growth by not including it as '0ne of the more important ports in the state. She then gave a ‘review of Archie Binns’ book, “Northwest Gateway,” and read the dedication made to his father, Frank Binns, who is a pioneer resident of Mason Coun- ty. Mrs. Plumb, by the original- ity and timeliness of her wit and humor always holds her audience’ interest, and wins their applause as only one of her sterling ability , can do. i As a climax to a very enjoy- able evening, the crowd then ad— journed to the basement for boun— teous refreshments. Mrs. Jost was the very successful general chairman of this part of the “en- ;tertainment" and was ably as- sisted by Mrs. Harold Mead, hcs- ‘ pitality chairman; and Mrs. Frank Swanson, Mrs. Jim Simmons, Mrs. Kenneth Calkins, and Mrs. Nor- man Morgan. There were about a hundred in attendance for the , evening, who by their friendly lvisiting over the “coffee cups," l and their reluctance to leave, thus measured its' success. lMusic Study Group Holds First Meeting L The first meeting of the Music iStudy Group was held Tuesday ‘afternoon at the home of Mrs. i Donovan Palmer. Mrs. Don Botts, Mrs. Oliver Constable, Mrs. John IL. Dotson, Mrs. BerniCe Grout, Mrs. Loui Larson, Mrs. Charles 'Lentz, Mrs. Ed Miller. Mrs. W. 'F. Roberts, Mrs. Bernard Wi- 'niecki and Mrs. Myrvan Wivell ;Were present and several ladies unable to attend, "sent letters of their intentions of joining. Mrs. Albert Smith, member of the Capitol Music Study Club of Olym- pia, was present and took charge of the meeting, ably assisting the group in organizing. Many in- teresting and helpful suggestions for the coming year’s work Were ;made by Mrs. Smith. She also extended an invitation to the la- dies to attend the Olympia Club5 day in June. Officers elected yes- terday were Mrs. Palmer, presi- dent; Mrs. Winiecki, first vice- president; Mrs. Earl Jordan, sec- ond vice-president, Robe’rts, recording secretary. The meeting will be held on the third Wednesday of each month in the homes of the members, the meet- ings beginning at 1:30 pm. The group will study American Music? , this year. i Light refreshments were served ,by the hostess. Attend Bremerton 1 Party Tuesday ' Mrs. E. B. Sutton and Mrs. Bill Dickie attended a baby show— er in Bremerton’Tues ay for Mrs. Kenneth ; home. of Mrs. Sutton's sister, Mrs. . Lewis Johnson. ' ed a turkey dinner to the guests. ‘ Sheltonians Attend Tacoma. Wedding Of interest to many 20 Shelton friends was the wedding Saturday, of Russell Niesen and Miss Fran- ‘ ces Vlock, in the Lutheran Church, at Parkland, Tacoma. Mr. Niesen is the .nephew of John Oborn.‘ Those attending from Shelton were I. H. Woods, Warren Woods, Fre- da Woods, Mr. and Mrs. Percy Funk, John Oborn, Don Oborn and {M13 and Mrs. Donald Woods. ‘Mrs. R. L. Gerhardt , i Entertains Her Club ' Mrs. Roland Gerhardt entertain- ed at her home on Tuesday eve- ning with two tables of cards. Mrs. J. H. Gray and Maybelle ,Sparks were guests of the club. Honors were won by Mrs. Fred Hickson, Mrs. John Cormier and :Mrs. Charles Hurst. Delicious re- ;freshments were served by the lhostess. 1 l l ’ derson, trustee. suggested that parents make ar—. latest and Mrs., given , d, at the The hostess serv- » so won the prize for the most} candidates and Castle Rock camel the longest distance and had tllCi most members. T in auxiliaryi gave a. gift to the lodge mothcrfl Mrs. Paul Dittman, who was out‘i for the first time since ‘nor year1 of illness. It was decided to: hold the next district. meeting at. Centralia on February 15. i A turkey dinner and entertain-1 ment was enjoyed during the eve— : ning session. i Rebekahs Hold Meeting Last Friday Evening ‘ The regular meeting of the Ruby Rebekahs was held last Fri— ‘ day at the Odd Fellows Hall. Mrs. l, Mel Dobson i ficers elected were i New of Dobson, presided. Mrs. VlC€ grand; Elizabeth Butler. rc-i cording secretary; Inez Shorter, ‘ financial secretary; Nellie Nelson, and Mrs. Teckla An— l Plans were made i for a. Christmas party in Decem~l her. The social club served a very l good mystery supper. treasurer, Meeting Last “'cek g 7, s 1 Thursday Club Holds Mrs. Frank Lynn entertained at her home last week for thel Thursday afternoon club. Two" tables of cards were in play with Mrs. Victor Libby winning hon—i“ ors. Mrs. Ed Faubert was guesti of the club. The hostess served; a very delightful Spanish lunch—l eon. The Spanish motif was car—l ried out in the decorations ‘ and ; the tally cards. I HOSPITAL rATiENr i Lester Cox of McClcary, Simp-i son Logging con‘ipany employe.E Friday for medical care. i i l . l i l i.*« . I l 1%.? probably had some swim training and was not , noble grand; Mrs. Grace Anderson, . that there is an ample supply of turkey and at} was admitted to Shelton Hospital Wednesday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Wells. Friday, Saturdays-Movemth Don’t put off fur coat ownership any longer, because every indication is to increasing prices. 01‘ $2.00 poi year in advance. lnasy Shela Gates, Evelyn Johnson, . ers. Earl Triplett, MrsF’E. Hum- , ‘* GRANT C- ANGLE 'l- EBER ANGLE lblc, Mrs. P. Stopplcr, June. Woi- ‘5 1, “dim Manager if” den. Gloria Noblctt, Mrs. Nick \ ' WWW?" "m' Ruff, Donna Lou Lemke, "vietty i 1" Lemkc, Mrs. A. E. Lemkc, Mrs! K. Stewart, Mrs. Ole Olsen, Jcan) -_$ lPlemons, Corrine Lundberg, andl f the honored guest. ' ‘, ilFE SAVEN G TRAINING WORTH WHILE SHELTON, WAS ‘ .7 fl#_I—Ak—V~m Starting at 7:0 i : Matinee 2:15 P- M- 3 Yesterday a girl of nine waded out into Hood! anal and saved a 15/5; year old baby from a watery' rave when the child was floating away face, . . , down, and elders who knew how brought the babyi {ifififieyifif :23 back to life. ‘McKinney in Puyallup last week“ Passing the question of how the baby I“ l O Visit In Puyallup Mrs. Charles Rowe and son Tonitc O “concur Tun BLo was Degree ()f permitted to reach the water with such a small “ES”: of Honor Wm W g V, team guardian, ll: 1S WOI‘th noting that the older Chlld tertain with a dinner and social} Béary Bfigitg to m. l hour next Tuesday evening at the l ’ eolge f marine Odd Fellows Hall for the cx—serv- i ’, ice men who are members of the l 3 order and their family. ' Thursday “FOR BEA . l M I V Ned Spl‘ai‘ks,,M3rjorf and~ «g afraid of the water, while life saving instruction played its part in saving a life, which was worthi all the time and'effort devoted to Red Cross swim- ming and life saving classes. With Thanksgiving here it is pleasing to feel “TH Hi moderate prices and there will be no “priority , regulation to prevent most everybody getting a5 slice of white and dark meat. Too load more ofl us are not working for the companies, and'on the, free list. 0 Convenient Terms, L Reasonable Rates Between the wars abroad and the wars at home it looks like plenty of shooting is ahead, un- less Providence intervenes. _ - ‘ Visit Parents lV.F.\V. Auxiliary Mr. and Mrs. Jack. Wells oflSlates Regular Meet Mount Vernon spent Sunday to| The Veterans of Foreign Wars 3 Auxiliary will hold a regular meet- ing this Friday. i ' “BELLE S: ‘,- ’ Randdlph Se Gene Tie O NO DELAY Sun. Mull}. “SERGE: Mason County Savings & Loan Association Title Insurance Bldg. ZQDay Showing. 7 9 And this attractively priced collection will be particularly inspiring to you whO’ve decided to give a magnificent gift of fur this Christmas! Because our own standards of qualily in pelts, workmanship, color and styling—are the high- est, when. you select a fur coat here, you can be certain of the excellent wear it promises—— and of the best possible value. Our “Custom- Madc” fur coats are all manufactured by Stefani Bros. of San rancisco and are nationally adver- tised in Harper‘s and Vogue. All are sample coats and will be shown here the two days only. you iiiiiit moms To: PiiVi Only a nominal carrying charge will give you the added convenience. of ex- tended payments. Of course there is no red tape or investigation involved. SPECIAL NQJ'IGE T0. MEN-1 , For your convenience you may- see these coats Friday evening, by appointment . . from 7 ’till 9. Surprise her with the loveliest gift of all! Phone 305 for Friday, Night Appointment