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Shelton Mason County Journal
Shelton, Washington
November 27, 1941     Shelton Mason County Journal
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Page Four Gardeners Round Table To Meet The Gardeners Round Table club ‘ will at the home ni' Evans of Southside on Tuesday,| December 2, at 1:30 p.111. I meet luv-s. ' I Mrs. Tue ker What ,f Litilc T o m m y sang For his supper. What did he eat? Lots of Leaves For Home bypad and butter! (and be_ Miss Catherine Hamilton cause it was AL’S VITAL- lTY BREAD, will he grow ‘ up and win the champion- ship from Joe Louis? . . . . Probably!) ‘ Mrs. Morgan, Regular Meeting Of i 8 et 40 Is Held Mrs. W. A. VVitsicrs E. F. Martin attended the regu— lar meeting; of the 8 et 40 held :in Eatonville W'ednesday evening. department dent of the American Legion Aux- , iliary of Alaska, was a visitor. ton to Shelton on their from a trip East. and Mrs. I presi- lefti on Friday for her home in Kan- sas after a three-week visit the home of her brother, Mr. and,‘ Hugh Hamilton. atI She ac-‘ return .1 .w Christm‘as lavender TRADITIONAL Lovely Lavender-l-the traditional gift at Christ- mastide! Expressing gallantry—bringing gra- cious. heartfelt thanks from lover women the world over. Gaily wrapped for this festive sea-_ son—in SIZES Cl. ova». ,0. a :9 .o. o -.~g o a $1.00 '- $1.50 o' $1.90 and $3.30 Fir Drug Store I i * I speaker PHON (I Cross on We r i th I Scr- I i I I . December The ll'on’ier. of the Special vice Departments of the Mason' County ted Cross are giving a; Thursday afternoon, Dccem-, starting,r at 2 o‘clock, at: ,‘morial Hall. I . Otis Floyd anscn, spec-I bcr icompanied Mr. and Mrs. Hamii- i the .\ ial service chairman of the King county Red Cross will be the« of the afternoon. She lwill also bring members of other i driver and a Gray Lady. I Mason County Chapter is having Mrs. time she is Ivory fortunate in Iinmsen at this such {pleasing speaker. i plain the work of the various dc- : partments. I All women interested in any I plume of Red Cross work are cords ‘ ially invited. ‘DeMolay Mothers (‘lub Slate Regular Meeting The Mothers Club of the De— Molay will. meet at the home of Mrs. Annie Anderson. 403 Third street on Thursday, December 4 at 2 pm. Election of officers and ‘ important business discussions will be held. ' to attend. Mrs. Leo Martin Entertains Friends Mrs. Leo Martin entertained at ,her home on Tuesday with a 12:30 luncheon for Mrs. Lantz Wiss, Mrs. Ed Lewis. Mrs. Law— rence Burrell. Mrs. Francis Ea,- lcrett, Mrs. Duncan Wilson, Mrs. E. B. Sutton and Mrs. Clarence Grunert. Bridge was played dur- imp.r the afternoon with Mrs. Bur— rell and Mrs. Sutton winning hon- ors. Mrs. Wilson won the gallop- ing goose. Mrs. Mable Hall Entertains Club 1 Mrs. Mable Hall entertained at iher home on Tuesdav evening for the YVWV. Club. “Cootie” was the main diversion of the evening, with many prizes being won. Re- ‘fi'cshments were served to Mrs. 3 James Harrison, Mrs. Glenn Chase. I :Mrs. S ":rman Soule. Mrs. Lura I ' .. 1-. '1 V . ll—lurst. M1. and. Min. James Roush; grme were served refreshments ‘ .. i and Gene, Raymond Hall, and Mrs. CITY MARKET BUTTER Toilet ‘ TISSUE 5 rolls 25¢ Imitation BROOMS Each .................... _. 59¢ GRAHAMS .... .. 2-1bs. 31¢ VEGETABLES l LARGE Grapefruit. 12 for 45¢ Swt. Spuds. 5-lbs. 25¢ DELICIOUS EATING FCY. Apples . 4-1bs. 25¢ Lemons . . . . 2 doz. 35¢ Cranberries. 2-lbs 35¢ Mixed Peels and Nuts for the Holidays Matches carton 21¢ Maple Syrup .. 1/2-gal. 39¢ Pancake Flour . 10-lbs. 49¢ Tomato 0UP 6 cans ....45¢ BEEF Pot Roast leg Lamb Ill. 270 Steer Beef Short Ribs ll). 17c Lamb Steak ll). 25c Sirloin Steak . . . . . lb. Hamburger . . . . lb. 20¢ Sausage lb. 29¢ Prom can 35¢ Lamb Stew . . . lb. l5¢ SALMON. HALIBUT, KIPPERED SALMON, FRESH OYSTERS Coffee 4-leI MEATS SUNBRITE 3 for '13.. PUMPKIN 3 cans 27c De! Monte CORN, PEAS STR. BEANS 3 cans 40¢. Del Monte “lb. 23c .‘ I Ladies Plan iSh-olton Garden Club I I i 1 departments including Motor corps ‘ and I I an enthusiastic worker andi C‘ ' r- “he “"11 99- month on December 8th. A11 mothers are askcdgbrought roses and pansies:-Mrs. INoble furnished the treat for the I Ten members were present at . IChristmas presents they l V. I make. Iwere ordered. : Monday. I I I I I No. 6 met with their leader, MYS- SHELTOM/[ASON COUNTY JOURNAL“ I I E 100 I I I ; l I Learns Corsage Making I The Shelton Garden Club had] one of its most interesting meet-‘ ing‘s yesterday afternoon in the. Memorial Hall when a large crowd , of members and friends heard and I watched Mrs. Mary Gay Belcham ‘ of Seattle, demonstrate the art of making many different types of corsages. Mrs. Belcham used, acorns, nuts, dried wheat. seedl pods, cotton pods, straw flowers ribbons to make these ex— quis'rte corsages. Members of the Garden Clubi are planning to collect the mat- erial and make similar corsages for sale at their meeting next An unusual amount of flowers were displayed for so late in the season. Mrs. Walter Kullrich dis- played lovely white Chrysanthe—l 'mums. Silver Drop (of the spider type); Mrs. Orle Gonter made aI Christmas table arrangement of I red berried shrubs with red can- dles to match: Mrs. L. D. Hack had an arrangement of poppy pods in a low bowl; Mrs. Bern- hard VJiniecki, lovely 'rosebuds of a golden shade; Mrs. J. E. Anglel William McKinley Chrysanthe- mums, also yellow bronze, andl lavendar button Chrysanthemums and a very lovely arrangement of priinroses layed on heather and Creptomeria leaves, brought from her sister’s garden. New members at Monday’s meeting were Mrs. Bernhard Wi- niecki, Mrs.‘Duncan Wilson, Mrs. Alfred Michaelson and Mrs. Wil- bert Catto. ‘ ‘0 E. Runacres displayed yellow. Parent-Teachers Group ,Met On “’ednesday ‘3 The Parent—Teachers Group of I the Junior High School met Wed— nesday evening in the school audi- torium for a short business meet- I ing and program. Gail Robinson played a flute solo accompanied by Miss Norma. Johnson: Miss Alma Burke. of the senior high faculty read. “Stars Through the , Peerless Night” and Mrs. Donovan Palmer played a piano solo. The , in the social hall by a committee Iof teachers and fathers compos- ged of Clif Cannon, chairman,. iFranklin Stinchfield. ProfeSSor Loop, George Herzog and Dono— ‘van Palmer. The next meeting gwill be in January. Miss Ellen 500:; has promised a play to be ‘ Ipresented in penthouse fashion. Homebuilders Hold Reaular Meeting" The Homcbuilders of the Bap- tist Church held their regular meetingr on Tuesday evening. Mrs. E. J. Mell and Mrs. Mable Good~ win were the hostesses. Plans were discussed for a Christmas party to be held December 16. Rebekahs Slate Friday Meeting he Rebekahs will meet on, Fri- day at pm. in the Odd Fellows iI-Iall with Mrs. Mel Dobson; the presiding: officer. Plans will be made for initiation. ‘ I Skokomish Grange ‘Will Meet Friday The Skokomish Grange meet at the Middle Skokomish "school on Friday, November 28 at 8:15, for their next meeting. A mock wedding will be present~ ed during the program. Rebekah Social Club Holds W'ednesday Meet The Rebekah Sacial Club met made Christmas plans. ‘Mrs. Dob- son served refreshments to Mrs. Teckla Anderson, Mrs. Peterson, Mrs. Mary Latha.m, MTS. Charlotte Gardiner and Mr. Dob- son. Shelton W'nman’s Club Will Meet Monday The Shelton’s WOman's will meet on Monday at the home of Mrs. Duncan Boundary. The program on “In- tertior Decorating” is in charge of Mrs. Don McKay. Girl Scout News Club TROOP SEVEN Donna. ~'Drebis. Scribe Troop 7 met with Mrs. L. W- the Oakhurst Sanatorium. Donna Dre- .bis furnished the treat. I Another meeting of the troop was held this Monday at which .time the girls again packed toys for the Sanatoriums. Ella May 19 girls in attendance. :i: :r a: TROOP FIVE Barbara Butler, Scribe and on could More Christmas cards Because the girls worked so hard selling the cards they will receive Girl Scout uni- forms. Saturday the Scouts will hike up on Mountain View. the meeting Tuesday night the girls gave suggestions a TROOP ONE Shirley Burrell. Scribe No. 1 met at the schoolhouse on The girls were tested on the laws and promises. discussion of Christmas .planS they went for a hike in the woods. :5: :14 TROOP _NO. 6 Mary Wilson, Scribe The Bordeaux Browuie Troop lOrle Gonter on Wednesday. The girls out out pictures for the scrapbooks they are making to sendto the Washington Childrens’ "I Home in Seattle. They also made popcorn. present. Ninvtwm girls w or c ...___..._.-__. ,_..__ ...__' .. _._..___.._.__‘ The Bordeaux Girl 'Scout Troop, MRS. Raripirhahs Mountains , 1N none; non HONOR SORORITY I General I will a .. $.,’./¢.,.‘ ..‘ , .: .. ii - ‘~. ' . ‘9" r . u :N ‘o . at the hall on Wednesday and' . Wilson. 1727 ' Morgan December 18 and packed a I p. Y 1 Christmas box of toys for ' ' 5'.-.’ Mrs. Spencer Read (Jessie Ma—, hara Gestl librarian for the Hood Canal 'Women‘s Club Hoodsport li- brary, and Chairman of the 'Ways 1 and Means Committee. has been honored with incinbe "‘) in the Beta Chapter, Epsilon Sigma 3 Omicron National Educational *, Honor Sorority, sponsored by the I Federation of ‘vl/‘onien’s Clubs. Mrs. Read is a past presi- ‘ dent of the Hood Canal Women's: Club. I Mrs. Read is also interested in other community and civic af-j fairs. She is a member of the‘ Hood Canal Economic Club_ of‘ which she was president in 19354 She is an active church workerl and belongs to the Episcopal; Church. I In addition to these interests,‘ Mrs. Read is a real home-maker, and is the mother of eight chil-i, dren, six of whom are living. There are ten grandchildren, who withl their parents, frequently visitI their grandmother. Mrs. Read a true pioneer who was born September 2, 1881, in Indianapolis, Indiana. Her fa-I ther, Henry Clay Gest, with hisland family wife and ten children, moved toi western Kansas, when Jessie was I was it} .v is Hannah 1'“ After ‘. 3. Oklahoma) was opened to settlers, 1 ‘Worth, Memo to Santa Claus . . . Bring Her a “' MERRA-LINE 4.93 Check Her Bag, 7 } a small child. Mr. Gest taught the local schools which his chil— dren attended. l When the Indian Territory (now Mr. Gest moved with his family to the new land. Here they lived for some time, then moved on west to Fort Texas. After living in Texas for a year. the family came to Tacoma, Washington. In Ta- Thcy were married and moved to Baptist W'omen Hold Circle. Meeting The Baptist VVomen’s Circle met in the church parlors at 12:30 on Wednesday for a luncheon 41 ladies Collier and Mrs. Wilbur Hoyle, two I December members who Bremerton, motored over luncheon Greenup, associational president, I was here from Tacoma and gave inspirational talk on the different phases of, the women's work in the Associa- Walter Moultrop led‘ Don Botts an tion. the devotions. and Margaretta Miller sang present. Mrs. have a n d program. and interesting Mrs. Mrs. coma, Jessie became acquainted duet, accompanied by Mrs. J. O." ,with Mr. Spencer Read, who had Bovee. Mrs, Everett Hatch led, also come west from Colorado. the discussion on “Christian: Friendliness.” Thursd y, November with I will meet with Mrs. W. R.‘ moved to for the Mrs. I cle Sam’s .i“ ' of r ent of ‘ Meals ar ' values lars am lDaughters Oi‘ Pioan I, W'ill Meet Thursday The Mason Count the Daughters of I 1193 Cot-a street On ‘- 4 at 2 ’V. Say It? W'ITH FLOl 1d Moth th . They Bring 66,13,212: and Happi ' ,‘e she su‘ FUNERAL DES HOSPITAL BO Delivered anyth . Travis Flo : " Shelton HardW_. : Phone 232 .d a p( a Cushman, No. One, in 1927. Herei they have lived with the excep- tion of a brief time when Mr. Reed, employed by the Nisqually Power Plant, was located at La Grand, Washington. In 1932, Mr. and Mrs. Read returned to Cush- man where Mr. Read is employed by the Tacoma Power and Light Company. Visit Coulee Dam Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Mc- Bratney spent Thanksgiving and the weekend with their daughter at Coulee Dam. While there they enjoyed a tour through the new power house. TY DEPT. Opens 8313., Nov. 29 CR Ready To Go At A Moment’s Notice Towncraft’t Make-up Case 2.98 A Gift She Won’t Forget l OTHERS AT 2 F Towncraft’l‘ 21” Week-end Case 4.98 Leather Bound Edges 73% messages? *‘7‘ saw: Men’s Fitted Tourist Case 1.98 . Others at 2.98 4&4 4v ‘3 flfiéxflflfia (live Him Something That Lasts! Cowhide Gladstone 5.90 Vthrevcr he goes he'll be proud to presenj this Towncraft“ tra~ velmg' companion I — Strictly . masculine in character—of split leather, over a sturdy steel ' frame. With leather top straps and handle Smartly designed tor‘long trips. too. with 'con- ' venient pockets and shirtfold ‘ on duuder to keep his clothes in apple. pie" order! By all means—this bag for the man who tops your list! Fine Stationery In A Treasure Chest ! 98¢ Beautifully — finished wooden chests With 24 sheets of sta- tgonery'and envelopes to match. Gaily tied with a ribbon bow! Two gifts 111 one! £I‘hc chests are so attractive she will use them later for vhanky, hosiery ' or Jewelry boxes! (ilitlr-r For Her Dressing Table ! 4—Pc. Toilet Sets 2.98 Dcautifully designed. exquisite- ly ornamented—they look fab- ulpusly expensive! Choose her special one from this wide as- sortment~she's sure tube pleas- ed. Each set in a lovely rayon 1”de gift box. To Delight A Housewife! Embroidered Pillow Cases 98¢ r. ‘Whellier she‘s mistress of a mansion or a cottage. shn. prob— ably has a weakness for dainty emliroideries on snowy white cases. Surprise her with “Mr. and or "His and Hers" exquisitely embroidered on all white hem-stitched cases . or choose dainty floral sprays on sew-stitched roses with smart volm-r-rl or white borders. Nice— iy gift 'lmxed and very mod- estly priced at Penney'sp ‘ .lfnlmatable Value in Good Looks and Long “’earl . Men’s Leather Jackets 7.90 One of the smartest jackets you’ve ever seen I The easy— on, easy-off style all outdoor ' men approve for smart sports wear . . A An Ideal Gift To a Man! A Marath0n* Hal" 3.98 ,‘lea'tI’fi {coon TO Know CHRISTMAS DAY, IT’S PAID swamammmwmmmmmmmmmmmmmmwmmmwt Expertly tailo and what's moi" ‘r forized to keep ‘ able fit I A wants 1 way ! well-tailored they’re comf 1” . struts: m- elm-7' {9 I whichever you