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'l. tholic Ladies have plan- 13311 card party for thisf v Thursday, November 27. ‘ 9v ,Dlnochle and 500 will be; prizes and door prizel The party will be held} V Edwards Parish Hall. 5 aps ll’l ants ackel‘ld ‘ '(‘SOlUti .lwn ST” d Completely Automatic Only 1 Moving Purl No gears. belts or pulley: Easy to Install I l ' I , November 215, 71941. ,are not guaranteed at .wearing qualities hat we . i been recommending it to mothers iof young children, N‘The Rug Children Won't Wear “ Out.” :woman a dozen times that jchildren won’t wear out an Ar- gonne Rug but still she might not Sidewalk Test Gives Rug Good Beating at L. M.. If you passed the L. M. Store: . on 3rd street entrance today you doubtless walked over a beautiful , rug on the sidewalk in front of the store and probably wondered- what it was doing there. Not to keep you in suspense, we’ll tell you. The rug is being tested for wearing quality and will remain on the sidewalk for 10 days. “The rug we are testing in this drastic manner," Mr. Mark Pick- _ens of the L. M. Co. told The Journal today, is the famous Ar—. gonne, manufactured by the well- known firm of C. H. Masland and Sons. We have been carrying this particular make of rug for years :1 and have long endorsed it as an unusually long-wearing rug. The Ifact is that the Argonne Rug is guaranteed for three years, where- as many rugs costing much more all. So Argonne‘s have outstanding are he especially as You know how it is with sell- ing, however. We could tell a her be convinced. So we have simply put into practice the familiar old adage ‘Seeing is Believing.’ We are leaving the rug on the sidewalk in front of our store ev- ery day for 10 days. We figure that the rug will be walked over thousands of times during that period. If the Weather.Man is true to form he will do his worst to try to dull the colors and in- jure the fabrics. The sun will beat down on the rug, the wind will blow dirt and dust over it, rain will probably fall on it and‘ we hope this test will prove be- yond the shadow of a doubt that the Masland Argonne really is what we claim it to be—“The Rug Children Won’t Wear Out.” “To make the demonstration asl convincing as possible, we will take the rug up at the end of test period, have one—half dry-cleaned and exhibit it in our window and later in our rug department to show how little it has been af- fected by the elements and people walking over it.” “We feel sure that everyone who sees the Argonne Rug on the sidewalk during the test that afterwards cannot but be con~ vinced that it is a rug that ‘chil- dren won't wear out.’ ” SON ARRIVES A seven pound 12 ounce boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Morison on Thanksgiving at 9:30 p. m. at the Aberdeen hospital. by) II THE PEACE ARCH AT BLAINE I . . I '- SHELTQN Photo: Washington State Progress Commission and . . Washington Newspaper Publishers Association. Of international significance is this annual event which pledges the- eternal friendship between the United States and Canada, “Children of a Common Mother,” at the Peach Arch located just north of Blaine, Washington, near the U. S.-Canada border. An estimated 14.000 hersnne attended the observance recently. 5 Mr. And Mrs. L. W. Packard lHonor Son’s Wedding I Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Packard I gave a turkey dinner in the Moose IHall last week in honor of Mr. Packard’s son, and daughter-in~ llaw, Mr. and Mrs. Allen Packard, I lwho were married October 13. lThe table was attractively ap- pointed with a horn of plenty on each end and a pot of gold in l the Center, from which each guest drew their fortune. The honored guests were presented with a lovely table lamp while Mrs. C. L. Greeson, daughter of Mrs. Packard, read a poem. Orlin Gunter, Mrs. Packard‘s son, gave a toast to the couple, and also made the place—cards. Cards and a game of pit Were enjoyed dur- ing the evening. The dinner was prepared by Mrs. Leskey. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Allen Packard, Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Gun— I l _.‘ Hugh Clark Honored 0n Birthday Monday Night Hugh Clark, junior high school instructor and athletic coach, was honored on his birthday las t night at a dinner party given by Mrs. Clark at their home at 1720 Stevens street. Dinner was served to Mr. and Mrs. Frank Willard, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Martin and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Dickie. followed by two ta-I bles of bridge. iAmerican Legion Girls Hold Friday Meeting The American Legion girls held a meeting in the Memorial Hall at 1 pm. last Friday. After regu- lar business they started making Christmas scrap books. Refresh- ments of pop and cookies were served. up; Visits Sister MASONWCQUNTYWJOURNAL SQCIHI Many Homes Have Guests During Thanksgiving In the spirit of the holiday sea- son, Shelton people gathered in Ithe homes here for a happy time the American way of life. l Reverend and Mrs. J. O. Bovee {spent the holiday with relatives ' and friends in Tacoma and Kent. Jim Forrest of Tacoma visited his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Carlson. | Mr. and Mrs. Don Clark enter- Itained three officers from the ' Warspite. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Davidson 3 lspent Wednesday to Saturday in , Port Angeles with his mother and lbrother, Mrs. R. F. Davidson and ' er. and Mrs. Dalth Davidson. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Vail also spent the day in Port Angeles with her son and wife, Mr. and .Mrs. Earon Ingram. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Eells’ guests lincluded Mr. and Mrs. Ed Ahern ‘and Alice Lucille, Anne and Hel- en of Bremerton and Mr. and I Mrs. Elmer McLennan of Tacoma. I Mr. and Mrs. Ed Elliott visited Alice Gleenwalt in Bellingham and spent Sunday in Napavine with Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Holmes. Tommy Fitchett spent the week- lend with his parents, Mr. and {Mrs Earl Fitchett. from school duties at Edison Vocational school in Seattle. 1 Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Frisken {spent the day with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Findfors of I Centralia. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Gibbs were ‘in Portland visiting their daugh— Iter. Mr. and Mrs. David Graham.‘ I Mr. and Mrs. George Gilmore land daughter spent Thanksgiving [and the weekend with her mo- ther Mrs. Young in Seattle. Gathering at the Hollis Daniels .home were Mr. and Mrs. William lDaniels, Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Mar- tin and Jesse Wolfe. Gathering at the Hillier home on Hood Canal for a family din- ner were the Robert Allans, the Vincent Connollys, the Ed Fau- berts and Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Wotton of Puyallup. . Dr. and Mrs. Allan Bell visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Bell. Mr. and Mrs. John Bennett spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Allsop. The family of Mrs. W. F. Rob— erts gathered at her home for Thanksgiving dinner. Seated at the table were Mrs. Irvin Palmer, .Mr. and Mrs. Edward Morton and lchildren Janice, Eddie and Chaun- lcy of Bremerton, Palmer Roberts, Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Monson —— 6§M€“ S vhl““- an-.." ~..~u.m.-.....u Mu... PHONE 100 Miss Virginia Carr Is ;\’Ved Saturday Evening Miss Virginia Carr, daughter of er. and Mrs. Harold Carr, be- lcame the bride of John Wayne ThUI‘Sday and to give. thanks fOI‘lArrasmith, son of Mr. and Mrs. EGeorge W. Arrasmith of Pullman, Washington, Saturday evening. .The Reverend Mark Vir'eichmann read the impressive service the Rectory of the St. Edward’s Church at 8:30 p.m., November i 22nd. stripe suit with black accessories and a gardenia corsage. uCarlyle G. Clark, matron of hon- or of Olympia, wore a blue aft— ernoon dress with brown accessor- , ies and a corsage formed of white ? Chrysanthemums. Mrs. Carr wore black crepe and a corsage of rosebuds and pink I bouvardia. James E. Kirkebo of was the groom‘s man. Forty guests gathered at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert :Durand for the reception which ’followed. Broan Chrysanthemums iand seasonal greenery were used in beautiful floral arrangements :about the rooms. ;cake with the traditional bride land groom adorned the lace cov- ered brides table. ‘Mrs. A. S. Viger poured and Mrs. A. J. Lor— lenzon served the cake. She was assisted by Mrs. Herbert Durand Iand Miss Jean McDonald. Miss ZElsie Smith was in charge of the 'guest book. Out-of—town guests were Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Arra- smith, brother of the groom from Seattle, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Pritch- lard of Seattle. Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Sammis, sister of the groom, I from Portland, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Glass of Pullman, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Lorenzon and Mr. and Mrs. Carlyle G. Clark of Olympia and ers. S. C. Ball and son Ernest, aunt of the bride from Aberdeen. Mrs. Arrasmith is employed at the J. C. Penney Company and attended St. Mary’s Academy at VVinlock and Western Washington College of Education at Belling- l ham. The groom is a graduate of the Washington State College, School of Engineering, and is now a First Sergeant,in the 161st In- fantry at Fort Lewis. Following a wedding trip to Eastern Wash- ington the couple will make their temporary home in Shelton. Tacoma l Baptist Circles Slate Meeting The Women’s Circles of Baptist Church will meet in the Hit The charming blonde bride wasI ,smartly dressed in a black pin-. Mrs. I A three—tiered l Kreienbaum-Robinson Wedding Performed In Seattle Church Stately tapers in tall candela- bra on either side of the altar shed a soft light on large bou- iquets of white Chrysanthemums lproviding a beautiful setting be—i li‘orc which Miss Shirley Patricia l‘Krcienbaum, daughter of Mr. and I'Mrs. C. H. Krcienbaum of Shel- 'ton was united in marriage with 1 Charles Samuel Robinson, Jr., son I i I l I let Mr. and Mrs. Charles Samuell lRobinson of Salt Lake City. The .wedding' rites were performed at ‘thc University Unitarian Church 20 at 11 o‘clock in the morning gby the Reverend Alexander Win~ ston, before relatives and close friends. , A prelude of organ music pre- 1 ceded the ceremony. her father. was radiant in a brown wool costume with the green bodice of the dress making ;a narrow trim on the jacket. A corsagc of green orchids and ;b1"own accessories complimented the costume. Miss Barbara J’Kreienbaum, sister of the bride. Iwore a smart beige wool dress Ewith brown accessories. Carder? ias and pink bouvardia f o r m c d , her corsage. l Albert Vincent Matuschak was lthe best man. i ed at the Washington Athletic iClub. An exquisite floral ar- Irangement of white Chrysanthe- mums and white candelabra. on either side centered the table. The beautiful cake, surrounded wi th Iwhite flowers and maiden hair fern on a white cloth was brought Iup to“ the table on a small tea [wagon to he cut by the bride and ‘City for the wedding, but his ,parents Were unable to attend be— lcause of the serious illness of a daughter in a Salt Lake hospital. For the wedding trip to Port- land and Timberline Lodge, Mrs. Robinson added a beige topcoat with a large lynx collar. The. new home will be made on Capitol ' Hill in Seattle. Mrs. Robinson graduated from the Irene S. Reed high school and Washington State College in 1940. She was affi- liated with the Kappa Alpha Beta The groom, a member of Sigma Nu Fraternity, attended the University of Utah, graduated from the Curtis-Wright Aeronaut— ical School in California. He is now employed in the Engineering Department at Boeings. Guests From Seattle Miss Louise Wilbur. a student ‘at the University of Washington, was a weekend guest at the home lof Mr. and Mrs. Earle Cleveland th e and fam ily. in Seattle on Thursday, November, The bride, given in marriage by A wedding breakfast was scrv- ‘ and has been employed at Boe-‘ , ings. Igroom. The groom‘s sister and brother- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. William lSpiece. came from Salt Lake: Page Three WE ARE SHELTON 9“; st. M 3,1195%; 33” LlEAHIHQ ' “’7! . "5‘ glass, ans moms “are airman: . oxen in learn: and folds. The aDDrm'evi methoa for ending mom infestation In clothes. *1 gyros? WE SE55. ‘YWR CKOIHES S "7 I"FE‘ll i. AB ‘. gr; f.- fifl snub Ilvill'l': T’illl‘d to keep 304..- meth— iiee dry ('lruzn-l clothe: Ill’litl 1nd from n.th Lam. age. Gus; and um. um til I: I g t I opened. Call us for SANiTEX SET? VICE Mason County Steam Laundry & Dry Cleaners PHONE 88 THEATRE SHELTON, WASHINGTON Two shows every night Starting at 7:00 P. M. Matinee 2:15 P. M. Sunday Last Time Tonite “SERGEANT YORK” Gary Cooper Wednesday Only Ca role Landis. Cesar Romero “DANCE HALL” —_-_— ter, Mr. and Mrs. Taylor Darrowl and daughter Alegra of Seattle, Church parlors on Wednesday, - [November 26 at 12:30 pm. for a. Thursday Only Major Fred L. Thorpe arrived last Tuesday for a visit with his' ,Mrs. Monson is the daughter of and children Billie and Patti Jo I I "‘ or John Weber fiat 413.w. owl-l (db 0 M... o ‘0 .0 .0 i "g Hand" I width9 0 .0 o o o o o ’0 .0 0 o c u. ’0 airs, reduced =le clearance. o a: 0.0 o b “On... .0 o o o o larly Priced At I ‘95 & 4.50 .8 FASHIONS, , TEPs, EL TREADS, , N BUILTS, a o ‘0 .0 .9 o o 00 o. .0 c o .u o o. o “.9... .0 .0 o .0 o o «‘0 ’c o o o o u. '0 o oo o .0 '0 o o o 00.0.... .0 o .0 o suos sans Please — No refunds or exchanges. BERMEN’S MERCANTILE CO. Phone 305 ter Mary Jane, who has been confined to the hospital, left for “their home in Medford, Oregon,‘ last Friday. Mrs. Lewis is the sister of Mrs. Robert Binns. Say It WITH FLOWERS They Bring Comfort and Happiness FUNERAL DESIGNS AND HOSPITAL BOUQUETS Delivered anywhere, anytime Travis Floral Shop Shelton Hardware Bldg. Phone 232 270-W éabhqd To Attend Begins Tomorrow I 0 \‘il I99 0 Includes dress shoes —— OX- fords, Pumps . . . leathers and fabrics 3.95 to 6.00 ~coma, and Mr. and Mrs. Leo IGunter and son Earl, and Mr.‘ and Mrs. L. W. Packard, the3 hosts. Mr. And Mrs. Cheney Entertain Friends Dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Cheney on Sunday were her sister, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Tannler, Thomas Slus- ser, Mrs. Dosey and Mr. and Mrs. Glen McDonald, all of Seattle. Mrs. Jean Todd Fredson Will Present Reading The friends of Cheskchamay 'Camp Fire Girls, as well as the general public, are looking for-, ward with pleasant anticipation to their presentation on Novem— her 29th of Mrs. Jean Todd Fred- , son, in a dramatic reading of Alice ‘Duer Miller’s “White Cliffs.” Mrs. Fredson will read in its entirely this work which is said to portray the instincts and Iheritages of the English people in the most forceful and outstand- ing way possible, and this per- , _ formance will cover a forty-five I ViS‘tmg Relatwes , minute period. She has used a‘ saturday' Mrs- Mam‘e Harms Shelton Ladies Install Olympia Girls Saturday Mrs. W. A. Witsiers, president of the American Legion Auxiliary and Mrs. M. A. Clothier, junior district, installed officers of the Olympia Junior group, in Olym- pia last Saturday. activities chairman for the 4th, reat d 1 of t‘ d tale 0f Montesano and Mrs- Ada Kru1~ g ea lme an M m ler of Seattle visited relatives inl Shelton. They were accompanied* by Mrs. Alice Abel of Montesano. preparing for the presentation. and the general public is indeed fortunate to be able to attend. in Union, next to the Masonic Hall y and the Camp Fire Girls will serve tea. Miss Jane Alldrich of Union will present a piano num— ber, and the Camp lwill entertain to close the pro- gram. A small charge will be made. P.E.O. Holds Regular Meeting Chapter B., P. E. 0. held their regular meeting at the home 0f Mrs. A. L. Bell Monday evening. 'Mrs. Herbert Angle was iSIStlng hostess. A supper ,served to about 20 members. very interesting paper on Salmon and about canneries in was given by Miss Clara East- wood. was r Daughter’s Engagement Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Plemons announce the engagement of their daughter. Miss Gwen Plemons, to and Mrs. Ivar Carder of Shel- ton. The Wedding is set for De- cember 6 at 11 o’clock in the Carder home. [Turkey Dinner Given iAt Methodist Church The men of the Methodist Church cooked and served a tur- lkey dinner on Monday evening to Imore than 50 members and their friends. The tables were attrac- ! tively decorated with fall flowers. ! Followmg the dinner the men pre- sented a skit, which caused much i merriment. High School Parents And Teacher Group To Meet A very interesting meeting is Teachers Group of the Irene S. ‘Reed high school for Wednesday. INovember 26th, at 7:30 pm. If you have a boy or girl in high .school, you are invited to attend. l {Harvey Lord Transferred Mr. and.Mrs. Harvey Lord left \last Wednesday for Salt Lake i City. Mr. Lord, a former Shelton 'reSIdent, employed as an electric- 'ian by an Aluminum company in ILOngVIeW, was transferred by his company to the new plant. The home of Mrs. Celia A. Ross, l will be opened for the occasion. Mr. And Mrs—Plemons Announce being planned by the Parents and' l : I l l l l the as- for the Red Cross will meet with Alaska l l l Activettes W'ill Meet Wednesday The .Activettes will meet on: Wednesday, November 26, with’ Mrs. Charles Rowe for a 6:30 sup- Fire G i r13 p‘er. It will be a regular meeting, Arcadia Club l Slates Meeting The Arcadia club will meet at the home .of Mrs. Clayton Avery on Friday, November 28th. Pickering Homemgkers l Meeting Is Changed 5 The ladies interested in sewing Mrs. Maldor Lundquist on Thurs-l day, November 27 instead of November 28 as stated in the lasti Journal. 1 Leave For California Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Crary and: two sons left on Monday for their ‘ home at LaJolla, California, after, visiting at the home of Mr. andl Mrs. J. W. Graham. I Mr. William Carder, son of Mr. Weekend Here Mr. and Mrs. Bob Hutchinson spent the weekend with his par-‘ ents, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Hutchin- son. Helen Hutchinson, his sister, returned with them for a visit. V.F.W. Auxiliary ' l Holds Meeting The V.F.W. Auxiliary announc- ed at their regular meeting lastI week that Mrs. Harry Young of Union Won their cedar chest. All further meetings till after the first of the coming year. Plans were made for a Christmas party to' be held jointly with the men. ‘x Final Visits To Be Made This Week Mrs. E. F. Martin, Rehabilita- tion director for the Department of Washington American Legion, will make her final visits to con— ferences this Week visiting Stev- ens on Friday and Aberdeen on Saturday. Amaranth Sacinl Club To Meet The Amaranth Social Club will meet with Mrs. Viola Kimbel this evening at 8 pm. Mrs. Annie An- derson will be the assisting host- ess. l holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Miller. She is attending the University of Washington. Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Johnson lspent Thanksgiving with their . daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Merl Mays ,in Bremerton. Then on Sunday- lguests at the home of Mr. and IMrs. Johnson were: Mr. and Mrs., Charles Thompson, Mr. and Mrs! Merl Mays, and Mr. and Mrs.‘ Heber Thompson, all of Bremer- ton and Mr. and Mrs. Robert John- .zson of Shelton. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Morrsen of Bremerton and Mr. H. Beal of ,Shelton were guests at the home 201’ Reverend and MrS. Robert 'Maulden. I Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Bradberry l journeyed to Spokane for dinner with her sister, Mr. and Mrs.. ,,W. F. Rudolf and family. Whenl lthey returned they brought her mother, Mrs. Belle Hopkins, who has been in Dr. Aldrich’s sanitor- ium since last March. Guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Whaley included Mr. and Mrs. John Hitchcock and children, Pauline and Lyle of Har- stine Island, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Whaley of Shelton, Pvt. Otheniel Fisk, and Pvt. Melvin Newbold. lboth of the H. and s. 00., 116th Engineers from Camp Murray. Spending Thanksgiving with 5 their mother, Mrs. Bertie McKin-I lney were Mr. and Mrs. John Mc- l Kinney and Mr. and Mrs. Guy McKinney of Puyallup, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rowe and Mr. and Mrs. Ed McKinney. Mrs. John McKinney and daughter Marsha stayed till Sunday. Glen Breitsprecher Honored Friday TWenty guests surprised Glen lBreitsprecher on his birthday Fri- day evening. The evening diver- tsion was games, and the honored guest received several nice pres- ents. Refreshments were served to Mr. and Mrs. Harold Chase and family, Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Pow- ers and her sister, Mrs. Roy Rec- tor, Mr. and Mrs. Orin Parks, Ervjng Gillum, Mrs. Mable Good- win, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Killmer, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Hackett, Mrs. Cora Hepner, the honored guest and Mrs. Breitsprecher. \V.C.T.U. Postpones Tea. Planned This Week The Women’s Christian Temper- the sewing club has postponed any i ance unlon have pOStponed t h 0 tea planned for this Friday until the regular meeting day which is December 5. It will be a mem- bership tea at the Methodist Church. Further information on the tea will be given later. Rebekah Social Club Slates Wednesday Meet The Rebekah Social club will meet at the Odd Fellows Hall on Wednesday at 2 pm. for a regu- lar business meeting. The club served a mystery supper on the 14th which created much fun. From California Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Berdine of Long Beach, California arrived Sunday evening to visit for a while at the home of Mr. and .Mrs. James B. Amunds. urged to attend. Mr. And Mrs. Grunert I Entertain Relatives Guests at the home of Mr. and‘ Mrs. Clarence Grunert over the weekend were his parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Grunert and. Miss Myrtle McHenry of Tacoma' and her mother, Mrs. L. S. Bark-. MRS. PLUMB, Shelton Librarian KEY 1240 Kilocycles ley of Seattle. _. I I i l l l long-lived Chevrolet I I moving times! \ I l l 1st & Grove They’re GEARED TO HAULAGE LEADERSHIP for the Defense Program—these massive, l That’s why they have the strongest up- peal among buyers who want powerful, dependable, economical trucks capable of HAULING EVERYTHING AMERICA NEEDS.”. . Choose Chevrole‘l's and you’ll own the trucks that are geared to "stand the gaff”. of these hard-working, fast- "THRIFT-CARRIERS FOR THE NATION’“ Mell Chevrolet C0 DEC. 3, 8:30 pm. trucks for ’42. . E . ,JIWNmmcmc EIHDLET“ Mrs. W. F. Roberts. Mr, and Mrs_ C_ L, Greeson and sister. Mrs Robert E. Brown Ma_ v 0f Aberdeen, Mr. and Mrs. W- W. luncheon. An interesting program ‘ I BAP GAIN L F H children Lois and Charlie Orlin, 3-01. Thorpe' is from Panama and|§g§fg§fié§swgfatrice Grout and vwi11.df01t]ovw.n leie asisogilationvs \. l cave or ome h Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Greeson, Mr.lwm be stationed at Fort Lewis. Vt - .11 th preSI en w1 e one o e fea- NITE l MYS’ Charles LEWIS and dang and Mrs. Garland Sigley of Ta-' Miss Juan! 8 M1 61' Spen e tured speakers. All members are! Friday Saturday “SUN VALLEY SERENADE” Sonja Henie, John Payne Glen Miller‘s Orchestra T0 AID DEFENSE PLANS— RETURN YOUR MOTOR TRUCK INVENTORY CARDS Dany Phone 14