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L941. --".... ' .ay, December 16, 1941. _ , . II'S . [med Elliott Pledges In Rainbow Honorary MORALE BOOSTERS ved l '1. .—»V—. th'kso \ng'ton State College, Pull- I ._ .. I. . . . . v. rmerly; . 15,— Jean Elliott. Shel— n pur' hman coed at the State t Mu- 0f Washington. has re- ,.t 901- been initiated into the m is chapter of Sigma Tail Rainbow Girls honorary. swork was held at the Pull- ,_cottfl i~ Onic Temple. Sigma Tau done a. college service organiza- 'at the I‘I‘ies on work that has I. Miss he in high school Rain— natiVe ; mblies. prals‘ , . -~‘r—~~—»—— :1 135:: H Club Holds Part it.th y gong. party last week at 1p; ' Hood Canal. A 1 o‘clock he“ 'Clten luncheon was serv— awork " table and room were and _tractive1y decorated in 50 ave ,tmas motif, with a spe- 3 gArt for each member. Hon- ”: tPl'e two tables of contract “on of, on by Mrs. Leo Martin, Well McGinnis and Mrs. i8. Mrs. McGinnis was the club. - Will . ,3. Omen’s Christian 'i'emper- ion will meet Friday at ‘8 of Mrs. C. C. Anderson ‘20'clock luncheon. It will "iiness meeting. Residential 1: , Commercial rical Contractors PHONE 210 0 Problem Too Small ‘ None Too Large x- ' .iAMOUNT THEATRE “s Wed., Dec. 137 \ Shelton, Wash. : mcnsv m the? E-RflONEY-IIOLDEN Ye » ietteij wily. ' loci;t I 3:;— _hurs., Dec. 18 out, ’ 17¢ Nite Two Features Y Moons? LY. RSV if.» . .. I) DON. f—T. , , i’ MBAan \ can can: mm lYNN MERRICK , l day - Saturday ' Dec. 19 20 Features 1709 MIDDLETON [one "577* A REPUBLIC PICTU “Aw—H» m i “f . xi ‘ 0 Latins From Manhattan” .. ’n‘n ttl001' Play .. MILK for Health ’8 an important winter food—hot or cold—in ared foods or as a beverage. Be sure to allow aquart a day for each child—a pint for each * I. " nup—to assure adequate vitamin intake and rition. We deliver to your address. 4-1: DAIRY k PHONE with, Double H Club held their 3 I l I l I I I l I I I I I I l i I I I I I I I I Photo: Washington State Progress Commission and Washington Newspaper Publishers Ass‘n. Military authorities say that good food and the company of a pretty girl are the number one morale boosters of the armed forces. Such being the case, they should approve heartily of this picture showing pretty Miss Catherine McCaw. queen of the Southeast Washington Fair at Walla Walla, posing in a field of full- ripened wheat. AREFORESTING IN TEN YEARS PAST HAS EXCEEDED LOGGING l I SEATTLE—Cutover forest land Iin 10 western Washington coun- l ties which was restocked with I trees during the 10 years, 1930-40, I considerably exceeded the acreage ' logged off during the same time. I I Furthermore, W. G. Tilton, for- our planting project of about $100,000. Explaining the restocking during Ithe 1930-40 decade, he said: “Reinventory data for 10 coun- ties, representing five-eighths of the forest land under private man- agement, shows that 547,000 acres of cutover land were restocked during that time. Cuttings took place on 479,000 acres. Fire Main Problem “But if the amount of restocked ,cutovers burned over during the Isame period in these same coun- ties were added to the restocked I acreage, as revealed by forest sur- ‘vey faces, we would find that 40 per cent more acreage was put into I “This means a total annual cost of est engineer of the West Coast [Lumbermen's and Pacific North-' Iwest Loggers Association, told. Ithe Washington Forestry Confer-I I ence the amount restocked would Ihave been approximately 20 per I cent larger still had fires been kept out of restocked areas. Natural reseeding, with protec- Itinn from firest, accounted for Imost of the restocking, he said, Ibut henceforth the industry’s new Icooperativc tree nursery, with an Iannul capacity of about 5,000.000 , new roduct'on h' Iseedlnigs, will also be at work. Iovernp l t ‘m was Ont Eventually that will put approxi—I . . . Continuing he said: i . .ar ’ mately H'OOO more acreg a ye “This certainly gives ample proof where most of our forestry I into forest production. problems are. It points the accus- . Replanting Gains I The practice of reseeding, .. y. t ing finger at fire.” Iwhlch has come along the pas Fire protection improvements I five years With some forward- I I , d _,and their maintenance cost oper- IIOOkmg companies already 0mg Iators $915,000 last year, exclud- I it Will be essentially a “gap'filler” ing a probably additional assess- I for areas whcill fail to restock ment of near] - . I . , y $200,000 paid out to I satisfactorily. An aVel‘age Of 500 I state and private fire associa- Iseedlings will be planted an acre. Hons, he said “But tree planing i5 expenswe' Upwards of 150 representatives 1 costing roughly from “seven .to I of forest industries attended the twelve dollars an acre, he said. Iconference‘ I Say It I WITH FLOWERS ,I MARRlAGE LICENSES I They Bring Comfort . and Happiness ' FUNERAL DESIGNS AND HOSPITAL BOUQUETS Delivered anywhere, anytime Travis Floral Shop Shelton Hardware Bldg. Phone 232 270-W ____,__,.._— Artllur D. Robbins. 22, Lilli- waup, and Dorothy Jane Clarke, 20, Seattle, at Seattle, Dec. 13. William D. Cheplak, 21, and Pauline Waner, 19, both of Sil- Verdale, at Shelton, Dec. 12. Paul E. Armstrong, 23, and Bet- I I Shelton, Dec. 13. Robert A. Bell, 23, and Earlene Cleveland, 23, both of Shelton, .at Shelton, Dec. 15. I I Verne Pratt; 23, and Suzanne Lillquist, 18, both of Lake Bur- ien, at Shelton, Dec. 15. Visits Parents Miss Erline Durand, who is at- tending business ,college in Seat- tle, spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. D. Dur- and. IRoyal Neighbors Slate Xmas Party I The Royal Neighbors will hold their Christmas party on Thurs- ‘ day afternoon at the home of Mrs. McCreary, The party was Ifirst slated for the evening but Ihas been changed to begin at 1:30 p.m. as“ From Seattle Miss Lorraine Catto and George Bienoit of Seattle spent the week- ‘ Iend with her parents, Mr. and iMrs. J. L. Catto. WATCH FOR FIRES , AROUND CHRISTMAS Don’t let your Christmas go up in smoke! Records show that an average of more than 700 Amer- ican homes are damaged or de- stroyed every day by fire, and an average of 20 people a day, die in fires or as a result of fires. The Christmas tree has long been recognized as a fire hazard. A freshly cut tree does not ignite easily because of the moisture, present. The moisture soon evap- I crates and the tree becomes 'dry. Christmas trees are especially hazardous due to the fact that' they contain resinous substances and that many people retain their trees too long. Some of the contributing causes of Christmas tree fires are make- shift lights with unapproved elec- tric strings; wrong method of in- serting lights in line; improper sockets, and sockets in which the brass part comes flush with the outside, thus making it possible for the metallic tinsel used for decoration, to cause short circuits. l I I I I I ..and I I 216-J-1 ' I centered with a ‘ I ty Moon, 19, both of Shelton, atI I l court SHELTON-MASON Lincoln P.-T. A. Holds Regular Meeting Early- The regular monthly meeting of the Lincoln Parent Teachers As- sociation was held last Thursday The meeting was opened by the singing of “America” and the Flag Salute was lead by three Girl Scouts. A number of carols were sung in unison, directed by Miss Harrell, music chairman, and accompanied by Miss Frank, both of whom are teachers. After the usual business meeting, Mrs. Law- rence Carlson, program chairman, introduced the Lincoln Glee Club of 32 voices under the capable di- rection of Miss Du Bois. They gave three beautiful carols, “Oh, Little Town of Bethlehem,” “Wind Through the Olive Trees,” and “Silent Night.” The beauty of the young voices in the songs were oustanding. Mrs. Hugh Ham- ilton, guest speaker’s subject was “The Christmas Story and Spirit- ual Values." Her subject was greatly appreciated by all. At this time Mrs. John L. Dotson called to the Association's atten- tion that it was brought out at the convention that if parents just give their children physical foods for physical growth and nothing for spiritual growth, they have given their children nothing. A delightful social hour followed. The second grade mothers Were hostesses with Mrs. Lowell Pow- Iers and Mrs. Marvin Carter in Icharge. The tea table at which IMrs. Weeks and Miss Frank, sec- :0nd grade teachers poured, was “Christ Scene." IThe Christmas decorations were i made by the two second grades. l Ramona Remme Honored Guest At Party i Ramona Lee Remme, Arcadia :Road, was the honored guest at a birthday party held Sunday. December 7. The girls sat around ,a small Christmas tree, enjoying l the opening of gifts. A hot sup- per was served to Barbara Bates, Marlene Cain, Jo Loyce Hunter, the regular meeting of her bridge club. A 1 o'clock dessert lunch- eon was served before the after- noon of cards. Mrs. Frank Mc- Cann and Mrs. J. H. Dunbar won honors. Mrs. Neil Zintheo was guest of the club. Those present were Mrs. Fred Hickson, Mrs. Charles Hurst, Mrs. L. E. Att- wood, Mrs. Loui Larson, Mrs. McCann, Mrs. Dunbar, Mrs. Zin- theo and the hostess, Mrs. Nob- lett. gDaphne Siders, Doris and Arlene Tidyman, Betty Ruth Cole, Bever- ly Meade, and Gladys Browne. Several grown-ups Were also ill to greet her. Mrs. Noblett Entertains Bridge Club Thursday Mrs. W. E. Noblett entertained Christmas Party Held Friday Mrs. John Tracey and Mrs. Lew Wiley‘were joint hostesses last Friday at the home of the latter for a Christmas party and 1:00 o‘clock luncheon. Mrs. Roy Eells won the prize for games. The afternoon was spent visiting and 'an exchange of gifts was held IThose present were Mrs. Roy IEells, Mrs. I. E. Gillum, Mrs. C. IC. Gibbs, Mrs. Frank Swanson, IMrs. W. R. Moultrop, Mrs. Herb 1 Brumbaugh, Mrs. Jerry Valley and I the hostesses. Iw. w. Club Holds Thursday Meeting The W. W. Club met at the I home of Mrs. Ila Chase last Thurs- day. The afternoon was spent sewing and socially. Mrs..Ellen Harrison. and grandson, Allen Dillon, Miss Evelyn Green, and Ethel Soule and daughter, Lavon were present. During the after- noon the following members call- ed. Laura Roush, Mable Hall, Bea ‘Woodworth, Hazel Lura Hurst. The hostess served I a delicious luncheon as the mem- bers arrived. Mrs. Kirkland Assists During Enumclaw Amaranth Gathering Mrs. Ida Kirkland, worthy ma- tron of Laurel Court of the Order of Amaranth, served as assist- ant to the grand associate con- ductress during ceremonies Sat- urday night as a new Amaranth was chartered at Enum- claw. The program was marked by a special session of the Grand Court of the Order of Amaranth at which 32 charter members of the Inew court were initiated. Amaranth Election: Xmas Party Scheduled Wednesday Unless Masonic Temple is again; occupied by billeting soldiers, the annual Christmas party and lelection of new officers of Laurel , ICourt of the Order of Amaranth ' Joyed will come off as scehduled this Wednesday evening, Mrs. Ida Kirkland, worthy matron, nounced yesterday. Former Shelton Girl Marries In Olympia. Miss Bessie Ray, former Shel- ton girl, who attended local schools, was married Saturdayaf- ternoon in Olympia at the Gloria Dei Lutheran Church, to Edward Westberg, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Westberg. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ross T. Ray. \ Music Study Group To Meet Wednesday The recently organized Music Study' Group of Shelton will meet on Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Bernhard Winiecki at 1:30 p.m. A musical program has been arranged. The Group's first study will be of Early American music up to 1800. Visit Here Mrs. Sadie Willets and son Blaine Willetts of Olympia visit- ed over the weekend at the home of Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Bedell. with a large group in attendance, at her home last Thursday forI Chase, a n d I an- I COUNTY JOURNAL (VGNTS Wm PHONE 100 Defense Meeting Called .Last Thursday Afternoon I Mrs. E. F. Martin, national de- fense chairman for the Mason County District Federation of Iof the chairmen of the fourteen Icommittees under her and the ‘Defense chairman of each of the I a meeting at the Court House, at two o'clock Thursday, December ‘11. All took advantage of the occasion to register, for Home Defense. Central office for reg- listration being at the city hall. I Mr. Doane Brodle’s subject. “What Women can do in National IDefense“ was attentively receiv- Ied by all. .work of the State Defense Coun- icil and urged that there is work for all to do. l Mrs._Herbert Miller of the Red I Cross, 'spoke briefly and asks that Iall women that can do so to de- Ivote some time either at the Red‘ Cross rooms or take the work ,home. Knitted six-inch squares Iof odd bits of yarn are accept- able in making lap robes, also ones either 3 feet by 4 feet or four feet by six feet from woolen scraps and unlined from material lone may have on hand or the IRed Cross will furnish material. -These robes are very badly need- ed at this time. , Mrs. Milton Clothier explained Iabout some of the things boys in l ‘ the army and navy would appre-‘ ChriSt'm‘” Party ciate for Christmas. Some baker- ies will accept orders to deliver, Christmas party on Wednesday I cakes fresh from the bakeries di- rectly to the boys at camps. Each of the Federated Clubs are to furnish two packages for Christ- ember 15. the District Federation. explained some of the important points of the General Federation National IDefense plans. Mrs. Martin is inow preparing an extensive pro- Igram for the clubs that will be of local benefit and suited to our needs. :Mr. And Mrs. Butterfleld Given House Warming Party I Mr. and Mrs. Jim Butterfield I were surprised with a housewarm- Iing Saturday evening in their new home on Route 1. The musi- ‘ cal talents of the guests provided .the evening’s entertainment. The honored guests were presented twith an attractive set of pottery dishes. Refreshments were serv- ed during the evening. Women’s Clubs called a meetingi eleven clubs of the District, for- He also explained the ‘ I I l I I I I mas to be delivered to Mrs. Mar— call 7W before noon Wednesday. rtin, not later than Monday, Dec-‘ Mrs. B. C. Combs. president of i For Miss Betty Moon l l Invited guests included Mrs. Buesig. Walt- I er Buesig. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Moultrop. Mr. Lord. Mr. and Mrs. Newton Cook. Mrs. Florence Flet- cher and children. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Brumbaugh. Mr. and.Mrs. Henry IW. Cook. Mr. and Mrs. | Vernon Cook. Marv LandSOH,M1‘S- I Spectivety Emma Cook. Arthur Cook, and Mrs. E. A. Mork. Woman’s Club Holds Monday Meeting The Shelton Woman’s Club held their Christmas party at the Col- onial House on Monday. The meeting began with a lovely 1:00 o'clock luncheon. and tables were beautifully deco- rated for the holiday seasons. Mrs. Cliff Wivell was in charge of the hospitality committee. Mrs. Rob- lert Maplden, guest of the club. lkindly' opened the meeting with Ia very fitting grace. luncheon Mrs. J. W. Collier, guest I I of the club, responded to an in-‘ troduction by expressing a lovely and most appropriate thought on Memories. Mrs. Claude Daniel- son. a former member of the group, who is ill, sent a cheery thank-you message to all members who Were happy to know of her continued improvement. The ‘pro- gram consisted of a recording of Dicken’s Christmas Carol, thor- oughly enjoyed by all. There was an exchange of gifts and pres- ,ents Were brought for the needy. IMrs. W. H. Maxwell was also a guest of the club. At the busi- ness meeting a desire was ex- pressed to help the Mayor and the community in any defense proj- ect. It was also announced the club had sent gifts to the soldiers at Fort Lewis. The place of the next meeting will be announced later. I Carnation Club Holds Xmas Party The Carnation Club of the De- gree of Honor held their Christ- mas party on Saturday evening Iat the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. :3. Mitchell. Cards were played Iduring the eVening with prizes Igoing to Mrs. Oscar Mell, Mrs. Wilbur Flint, Mr. Vivian Mor- gan and Mr. Robert Nutt. There «was an exchange of gifts. Re- After the I I I I Ifreshments, candy and nuts were. Iserved to all. Singing was en~ sons present. Mr. Chuck King and Bobby Mell entertained with musical numbers. Inegree Of Honor ISlates Meeting , The Degree of Honor will meet this Thursday, December 18 at the home of Mrs. John Cormier. which will be open all day for Red Cross sewing. I Soldiers Entertained .Here Saturday Evening The American Legion Auxiliary, Veterans of’Foreign Wars Auxil- iary and the General Welfare club jointly acted as hosts Saturday evening ill the Memorial Hall to the soldiers still in Shelton. Re- freshments of cake, coffee, and ice cream were served to the lboys. They were also invited to attend the -Welfare Club‘s dance, ,and coffee was again served to the boys before they left. All the soldiers voiced their appre— ciation of Shelton's hosnitality. 1The Auxiliaries and the Welfare 'Club wish to extend their thanks to the merchants and public whose donations helped to make the evening a success. I I Reverend Bovee l l l. The rooms] I I-‘ by the group of 22 per-I Warsaw Warrior IBordeaux P.-’.l‘. A. IHolds Thursday Meet The Bordeaux Parent-Teachers -The Glee Club under the able 'dircction of Miss Cochranc sang ‘a group of Christmas carols. A story of Christmas in other lands Iwas told by the following sixth .grade girls from Mr. Mong‘s room, Shirley Anderson, Caroll Moir, Delores Rutledge, Ramona Remme, Ruby Kempton, Shirley; iBurrell, and Shirley Bradley. AI recording of Dicken’s Christmas- ICarols made by Ronald Coleman! was played and proved a very] ‘cnjoyable number. The program ing “Silent Night.” During the business meeting it was voted that the Parent-Teachers’ Asso- ciation buy a $5.00 bond from the Tuberculosis League to fur- ther their service to the com- munity. The group also decided Ito take up a form of Red Cross Iwork after the holidays. It was i announced that the second grade has won a lovely picture for their efforts in a membership drive. IAt the close of the meeting a ‘lovcly tea was served by Mrs. Theodore Carlson. Mrs. Sivo and, Mrs. Ruff. The attendance award ' went to the third grade. I (I Refugee from Warsaw, where his father was killed, is Jan I... Monies. 18 months old, who ar- rived in New York recently with his mother aboard the Excalibur. \ , Activettes Slate I I i I I, The Activettes will hold the-ii" evening at the home of Mrs. FredI Snelgrove, 107 Alder street. The party will start at 6:30 and allI members unable to attend are to Bridal Showar Given A miscellaneous bridal shower; honoring her granddaughter, Miss‘ Betty Moon, bride-elect of Paul Armstrong. was given by Mrs.l Alvin Hartman of Agate, onI Thursday evening, December 11th.I The evening was spent playing! games and cards, with honors go- ing to Miss Elizabeth Butler of; Shelton and Miss Moon. Follow-I ing the games, a delicious lunch-I eon was served. Many beautiful I gifts were received by the bride-I elect. Out-of—town guests were constantly Circubto. ready to Mrs. Paul Crnpas and Mrsi Morris Marshall, daughter and‘ granddaughter of the hostess. Rev. And Mrs. Bovee "‘8 {uncargoes' Monday Dinner Guests Reverend and Mrs. J. O. BoveeI and Mrs. Ethel Bovee, mother of were dinner guests at the home of Mr. and. Mrs. Lew Wiley Monday eveningl in honor of the birthdays of both Reverend and Mrs. Bovee which were Sunday and Monday re- wome'l.‘ With Frills and Furbelowsl I, Hankles . 3 for 25¢ Pretty Gowns She’ll Love Fine lawn with embroidery. Linen Hankies 2 29c Hi. I “'omcn’s Gloves Lace, beading, ribbons and nice embroidery give them real 9 if t glamor! ln rayon satin 98¢ Smooth fitting 3 Expensive type or fine grained rayon Gem‘s» “0“”5' crepe. Bias cut to fit beautifully! Some Smart 4-Pc. styles with extra full Toilet Set swing skirts. Put these . ‘ at the top of your list! 1.98 Mirror. c o m b, brush and jar? FLANNELETTE Munic'ige Set GOWN S Girls’ Rayon Gift Slips 59¢ Rayon crepe or satin with cute ruffled liems! 1.25 Dainty prints or soft solid colors. Grand . gift for spine-chilling flights! For Boys! Jackets 4.98 Leather sleeves. fabric body . . . Talon front. ' I. Men‘s Coat Sweaters 3.98 All wool! Rib- bed stitch. Two patch pockets! Topllight Shirts 1.19 Men’s favorites in fast c n l o r broadcloth. (live Her Several CYNTHIA GIFT SLIPS 98¢ Smart standbys for looks, fit and wearing qualities! Bias or straight cut rayon crepe. Trimmed or tailored styles. Men's Tourist Cases 1.98 Topgrain leathv er w i t h a l l necessities! Pen, Pencil &. Flashlight 49¢ Men's Boxed Hankies, 2 for 49¢ Infant’s Warm Buntings.._. 1.49 Men's Hose, box of 4 pr. 1.00 was closed with the group sing- ' I I Rivers Teemin I Sit on the wharf of a busy river front and watch boats come I and go with their cargoes of food and supplies. through a microscope into an artery of the human body. and you see more activity than on any river in China or the world. The red and white corpuscles of the blood act as little boats, carrying oxygen. nourishment and protection. to the most remote tissues of the body. The food you eat and the air you breathe must be distributed by these little ships. Accumulated wastes of the body would soon poison you, if these little cell "boats" did not carry them through the veins to the lungs. kidneys and sweat glands, (0 be eliminated. The “blood platelets," plasma and white cells of the blood prick, close it up and form a barricade against infection. \ Keep these “rivers of life" in your body teeming with rich, healthy blood, filled with cell boats in good repair and carry- ‘ RICHARD E. GRENBEQGo Pr‘Op. I lllllllfi PHESCRIPIIIIIIS IS THE fllflSl III'IPllIllflIIl Plilil [If flIIlI BIISIHES "Telling-the Public'Aboul the D-T‘v"").'“ appears weekly in this paper]! “we ‘ “W _ Tango Three ' Entertain Dinner Guests Friday Mr. and Mrs. for Mr. and Mrs. Miss Patricia Henderson Miss Doris Schauffler. Schauffler of Hood Canal Mi end. MILLO’S GROCERIES FRESH MEATS FRUITS FINEST FOODS AT BEST PRICES HectisponT Vernon Davidson ,' Association met last Thursday: entertained at their home on Fri— Iwith a good crowd in attendance. I day evening with a dinner party Neil Zintheo, a n d SS was their house guest over the week «‘1‘. QUALlTY MARKET g \Vith Elite ' 5% But, look pounce on the slightest pin Jflcwu: Sleek R'uyon Undies 29¢ T r i m m ed or tailored k n 1 t rayon styles! For Luxury! Bed Jackets Rayon satin or trope! Soft brushed rayon. achusésr In 0. 'Cl." C... I...