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November 20, 1941     Shelton Mason County Journal
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November 20, 1941

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All Thursday, November 20, 1941“ m. ..-_ .. . _.. .. g m . . ,. I I if" ‘ Hut,“ . . 1 ,fl‘ 7" ‘ ourna an —Aas are 3” hE‘Hoodsport News New S. W. District Pickering Women i;g§g'r,"alilfln tom “9"” 9f \— ‘lié Shows Community Manager Named by! Keep Busy With i Was Busy PlaeejPacific Tel. & Tel. Red Cross Work; l l l l | i H, “N. l i “U a: 99 "D 72 >4. LHELTOEIASO CUNTY JOUR .4 smmwgmga .i“' -w-.— < l . at? By Yvonne Bartels \V. J. BlLLINGS By Virtue E. Hank," 1 L m ‘ Hoodsport. Nov. 18. On Wed-1 District Phone Manager ‘ Pickering, Nov. 18.-~. espite thCI i ‘ fiinesday evening, the Junior Wo-i W. J. Billings is the new dis- , inclement weather on Thursday a: ‘ imen’s club met at the home of trict commercial manager for thelvcrv busy day was spent at theI C. McKiel’s birthday: Mr. and] J. Conli'l of Tacoma who. at his her 23 at the home or Mrs. Mal— I. .--.~ . x . Al . 2:, M Tu Mrs. Leslie Wyers of Potlatch, own rt’quest due to ill health. has dor Lundquist. (ml ml Total 30¢ per Person fiers. Claude Wood for a social 1 Pacific TelephOne and Telegraph'cameron home whom sewing. MM I ‘meeting. Pinochle and bridgelCompany in Southwest Washing-lthe Red Cross was in prog’reSS.i -r 'ilfngere played, followed by a de-fton. {Those attending were Mrs. Isa-E a §l ‘ Eliciousllllunlfhegn. Tge ngxt meitfii’ “Befgrfi‘ coming to ithis distrlict be} Dmschery Mrs. Frank Wyh-e‘l I Sponsored by '. 5mg “’1 e ecem er “’1 1" r" ImgS Occuplec ‘1 511mm" Mrs. Elmer VViss, Mrs. Claude} a. s __ ers. Maurice Kaare as hostess. {position for the Northwest V‘V‘ashL Hank)“. Mtg Max Him/110m Mpg.) Shelton E39316 . l Next Sunday there will be a‘ington territory outside of Seat- J. Jones! Misses Laurice 9nd; K'si ":506031 Thanksglvms lesson at ile- ism-19v Jones and the hostess, l‘vlrs.l_ BOBBY SHUNAC RS ! the Hoodsport Sunday school class. 1 A former president of the VVash— l Lily Cameron. E 1 fiflt will be held at the regulariington State Junior Chamber of Anyone interested in sewing! ‘kltime and everyone is welcome. Commerce, he takes over the re- for the Red Cross is. 1”.ng to atfl Last Sunday. in honor of Mrs. ‘ sponsibilities formerly held by L. tend the next meeting on Novem—i .9 . ' P” :gave a dinner party. which in- I been relieved for an indefinite pen; Miss; 1.19193 McGee, of the Shel-i _ 1 filcluded. Mr. McKiel, Betty and 10d from active duty With th elton Hospital Nursing staff. spentI Dancmg t0 3 ":Gloria McKiel and Mr. and Mrs. telephone company. A'I‘uesday. Wednesday and Thurs- I l Alex Bartels. Following:r dinner,’ W*-——’w---“- day with Isabel Droscher. i ‘ ‘ l ' "IRav Dillenburg, Matty VanLanm“ - 3 Mr. and Mrs. Cari Johnson ofl y and Bob Handly arrived and the Farmer'lllne l hone lShelton, spent Armistice Day. .i .— evening was Spent plaving thf‘ePl Clinic Iiere Nov, with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wylie. mp")! tables of pinochle. Later. the[ Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Ball Spent; j, Hue-9t 0f honor Was presented with For the benefit of farmer tele- Saturday evening with Mr. and} 1: many lovely birthday gifts and phone users served through the Mrs. J. E. Peterson. ._ the cake. Shelton telephone exchange, al Mr. and Mrs. Bob Cameron and; The committee for building the ‘ “Farmer Line Clinic" is planned 1 children spent the weekend with; mr3W Church in Hoodsnort reports i at Shelton on November 27. Bob's mother, Mrs. Lily Cameron] j that a site has been selected and This announcement is made by Mr. and Mrs. Claude Hanlon] :4- nurchased for the building. It I. R. Gibbons, manager for The'and Mr. and Mrs. Max Hanloni ' will be close to the Forest Serv—‘Pacific Telephone and Telegraph were dinner SUOS'CS 0f MIC arid: ice office and plans will be dis-lCompany. who says that the many Mrs. A. J. Bemis in Hoquiam, a l :56“ m North Bay Low r mg}... N0. 51 . ff” " swwfimfifififimfifi- tfiIFJ‘VE completed unloading Santa’s 1' great cargo of. wheel toys and dolls, building se 3 and books, painting sets and 3 d it it; it. at. 01.15.2945 at the nnxt committee unusual features included in this Sunday. V meeting which takes place this demonstration will make the! Mrs. J. E. Jones and the MISS—i wit (tilt-OMS" They're an brand new' deSigned WPEk- . .event interesting and profitable I es Laurice and Shirley J on e s; r i 1 ' ' -* ’ ' ' llrlnesdav afternoon with; i if.“ (V; 'VC cni , r 5* u mus chlldren Mr. and Mrs. Leo Johnson mo to all who ViSIt the clinic. spent Vie X Li ldron‘ to; at d ’ tored to Port Angeles last Week-l Further details will be an— Mrs. Isabel Droscher. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Fitts were V guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. M.‘ Peterson Friday evening. ' Md to visit their son and family, : nounced in The Journal as the Mr, and Mrs. Wesley Johnson, time approaches. and Nuncv, .. - , a. Cordrm Dickinson Nth szmw- l H r ,. Mrs. Lin Cameron and Mrs. . u iMrs. Laura Asleson of Hoodspoit. Bob Camemn and baby daugher l (lav "Ml Sunr‘nv in Seattle with . . .,. .. . i imommd to Ellen‘gbm‘g l‘l‘l’t Wflklcalled on Mrs. Helen Sharer andi l l l ‘ 2nd for children full 01' fun. Shii‘v’i‘A, that favorite perSonality, has has sent word that he will be in our ’l"oy ’l‘own Saturday, November 29th. Be sure to bi ing the children to see him then. is N. Go. second floor his victor and hwif‘v-r-iii-law, Mr. ,-.-. . - nvv'l Mm, TMn Saran tOhHPltmiglai/xis'Terrance Page] Miss Cora .Aiyres Sunday after- }.n. ma Mm. Claude Wmd 7”“— t {t ’ned h'subr th' Vernon mon‘ torerl to RV‘PM’H'JVWI on {latrian one a] l 0 tr' Mr. J. M. Peterson has re— tn visit his hmflmr pnd Siritpr- turned to his work for the Sagi- . r ’. .. . ,. mo- , , U A I... m-lnw. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Wood wag; fingfsmfioléoAstliz? Sat- “3W Timbor (/09 “Wt 01' AM“: of that city. iurday 'md Sunda'y with his 1)”; (icon, after a lay—oft caused by‘ Mr. and Mrs. ‘inlph l'lilligoss‘ , ,U. .c. inc “1 health spent the weekend in Toledo with . mt” A' 5‘ relatives. MOUNT OLIVE LUTHERAN am. '1th past”,- has his ()I‘r‘iuel " Mr. and Mrs. Al Mam. Mrsl Services every Sunday, 11:00 a. at thu church drop in at aiin . Louise Simmons. Mrs. Marylin. and 7:00 p.m., with Sunday 'Slmmons, all of Potlatch, Hfitt'3lww $25: Merch and”. l ‘ noon PRIZE To be Presented with dinner Sunday. l . m- ‘ ammmmy l "l FROM OUR STORE OF GOOD THINGS it * a: Is she Feminine? Does she love her leisure? And having the girls drop in for a chat before bedtime? Then a house coat is what she wants most of all this Christmas. These ' ~ I are styled with all the care that goes into a dress so I I I they’re smart enough for company. RAYON CORDUROY robes in wide wale richly trimmed with heavy Rayon Satin shawl collar. Cuffs, Sash. 6.95 Q u i l t e d Rayon Satin coat in Royal, Copen, Rose or Wine. . 8.50 to 15.00 Now and Lay-a-away ’till Christmas We 6' if t Wrap! Fluffy Chenille Gain printed b 3&0“ nghm Seersucker or or er a e . Pasgels. Rayon crepe Robe With contrast. W 3 98% ' 3.98 LOUNGING ROBES ' d or soft Rayon Satins 8,“ 4.98 Brocades. Soft and Silky IN THIS CORNER . . . Soft Flannel robe with braid bound shawl collar and cuffs. In Royal Blue, Maroon, Cedar Green. Light Blue, Brown. Solid colors and plaids. The way'to a man’s heart —- at Christmas time —- is throngs; fringed sash. In tones of and Tan. 6.. 5 to 10.95 8.95 a yvirh anon SATIN coma: his yearning to take it easy after the cares of the day it, dung" "ms and ms” J's“ left behind! We present these robes as splendid buys at the f prices —— pre-arranged by our buyer long in advance 0 Christmas. Men’s Shop