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Shelton, Washington
December 18, 1941     Shelton Mason County Journal
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l l l l j; Dancing 9:30 to»1:30 DOOR PRIZE—2 15-lb. turkeys 9 . l ‘ '. V l v l fi'fié’éfifld $5.2; Rainbow Mothers Cancel Party The Rainbow Girls mas party. They I their money and efforts mto box- es of cookies for the service men. A Vacant house Won't Payl . Advertise It! Taxes . . ROBBINS Electrical Contractors i’llONE No I‘n'ilplem Too Small 210 N01“?- Tt;0 M o t h e r s l "' i x ‘- ' h I ' ' . ‘r l . . - ( lub have (ancelled their Christ .day evening for Bible Study ll’ld‘ Nell MC/Pheo mtertamed their m.” decided to put! their Christmas program. Residential Commercial Homebuilders Hold lJoint Bridge Clubs Christmas Meeting l Hold Christmas; Party The Homebuilders met Tues-1 Mrs. Forty . t l members were present for the! budge C“le “Wth l evening. The men furnished the 1 Christmas party at the home of i refreshments and there was an ex-l MIR MCCam1 on Tues 2W even. change of gifts. Reverend and: . i ‘. l h s 1 Mrs. Bovee were presented a beau- I mg T1 0 Cu E . 1 "th wreaths of holly, pine cones ltiful coffee table by the class. iv“ . ,. , ; , !T0 Oregon I and a Christmas tree... Honors at , gthe three tables of bridge went M" and Mrs. Charm Hal'gl'o"€| to Mrs. F. W. McCann, Mrs. J. H. left for Oregon on Tuesday to . , ZDunbar and Mrs. Charles Hurst. lipend Chr‘Stmas w‘th h‘x daugh‘i A delicious luncheon was served. 1 er. The centerpiece was formed of a combined l Oppelt Twins Pledged Tu Sorority E. ’l‘. A. The Misses Nedra and Nita . Oppelt, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. .O. L. Oppelt of 524 Alder street, lwere pledged to the Sorority E. T. A.. early in November at Graceland College, Lamoni, Iowa. :were placecards for all with an 1appropriatc verse for each writ— j ten by the hostesses. Each mem- iber received a Christmas cor-sage, and gifts were. exchanged. Those present were Mrs. L. E. Attwood, Mrs. R. B. Dickey, Mrs. John Frank McCann and Mrs, a]. was decorated g ISanta Claus, and reindeer. There, Disc: SHELTON VALLEY W til'pon sored by v Christmas Program lThey report three inches of snow land everything in style for the Christmas season. Activettcs Hold , t I gathered at l l l Nineteen Activettes l the home of Mrs Fred Snel ~ ~ ' . i . . glOVL l Shelton Eagles Eon Tuesday evening for their! “‘"“’“’”‘“‘”“‘“ , Christmas party. The r o 0 m I eoesv SH‘UNACK'S MUSIC MASTERS ’i' r ‘V SA ll, DEC. 20 Tax 5¢ .4. dinission Total 25¢ it 30;: per person land refreshments carried out the; ‘; Christmas motif. The eVening was ‘ ispent playing,r bridge and pino-i lchle. There- was an exchange of? l gifts. ' l l l W.‘C.T.U. Will I iMeet On Thursday v The Women‘s Christian Tom-l lperance Union will meet at the! fhome of Mrs. C. C. Anderson on l Thursday for a 1 o’clock luncheon. ; l Sunday eVening. Cormior, Mrs. ‘N. E. Noblctt. Mrs. Loni Larson, Mrs. Charles Hurst. Mrs. J. H. Dunbar, Mrs. Roland Gerhardt. Mrs. Fred Hickson and the two hostcs ls. Anglrsidc iridge Club Entertains The Angleside bridge club en- tertained their husbands for a Christmas party at the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. Spring last Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Angle were joint hosts. Garden Club Corsages In Popular Demand A popular rush and demand for the 100 beautiful Christmas cor- sages made by the Garden Club members at their monthly meet- ing quickly depleted their stock Friday. Some 40 more were made Friday evening, which also sold Ilfor the year, which the club was; SHELTON-MASON COUNTY JOURNAL PHONE 100 -wlfimaw-w ..... ....Nn—M «mu—...- "sermon-wt“. urn-...“... lll’lusic Study Club Holds l ,December Meeting Here . The newly organized Sheltoni Music Study Club held its Dec-v ember meeting on Wednesday af-l ternoon at the home of Mrs. Bern— l ihard Winiecki, Mrs. Earl Jordani ' assisting hostess. A fine spouse of members was presentl Mrs. Donovan Palmer, presidentfl, presided during the business meet— 3 ing. Many new appointments were . made. A lovely guest book wasl presented the club by the presi-l dent. Mrs. Jordan, program chair- 1 man. submitted an outline of study,‘ happy to accept. The club voted! to affiliate with the Washington} State Federation of Music Clubsl and also voted to work on Red; Cross each meeting. Mrs. Jor-l dun gave a most interesting talki, on How Music Grew, by Marionl Bower and Ethel Peyser. Mrs.‘i [Winiecki gave the history an d! beautiful story of four beloved; Christmas Carols. The voices of Miss Margaretta Miller. Mrs. Jor—. clan, and Mrs. Palmer, interpreted them in song, Mrs. Winiecki at; the piano. At the close of the meeting a delightful tea followed. Mrs. W. F. Roberts poured at the table. beautifully decorated with a low bowl of roses. compliment-l ed with lighted tapers. The nextl meeting will be held the third ltween 3:30 and 5 o’clock in hon-‘ -9th birthday. The afternoon wasl _A——‘ .5 3% 333:: 2%? 1; l quickly. The club wishes to thank Wednesdav in January at the. Lake Isabella Club Holds Christmas Party The Lake Isabella Club held their Christmas party on VVed- nesday with 15 members and three ; visitors present, Lois Tucker, Mrs. ‘ Ray Savage, and Ruth Morris. The table was cheery with its! Christmas decorations of holly; At each placecard was a corsage. Mrs. Loris Johnson was hostess5 for the delicious potluck lunch-' eon. There was an exchange of Christmas gifts during the after—l noon. Mrs. Lois Tucker joinedl, the club. The Flag Salute called] the meeting to order. It wasl decided the club would send the', soldiers Christmas boxes and a box of cookies after Christmasl The ladies also plan to sew more' for the Red Cross. A Christmas, box will be given to a needy fam- ily in the county. The penny drill was won by Mrs. Evelyn Butter-i field and Mrs. Johnson read a story of Madam Marie Curie. Hel- en Keyser will be the next host- ess. I Mary Janet Swanson , Honored 0n Birthday Mrs. Frank Swanson entertain- ed at her home on Monday be- or of her daughter, Mary Janet’s~ spent playing games. Delicious I refreshments were served from the l v hostess, ‘Elliott, Mrs. Ruth Latham, Mrs. Hack Entertains i‘ast Matrons At Party The Past Matrons of the Order of Eastern Star were entertained at the home of Mrs. Minnie Hack on December 1.1, for their Christ— mas party. A dessert luncheon was served at 1:30 with every- thing in keeping with the Christ— mas idea. The nut cups were of holiday colors with Santa seals on each. The guests were presented with corsages made of our native cones tinted in ap- l propriate colors, all made. by the Mrs. Hack. After the luncheon the regular 1' business meeting was held. Thenv all were invited to the recreation w room on the, second floor where, a beautiful 17-foot Christmas tree was decorated with many elec- tric colored lights, and the na- tural cones. After the exchange of Christmas presents a general good time in visiting was the or-- tier of the afternoon. The ladies present were: Mrs. Zora Waldrip, president: , Mrs. Hazel Barron, secretary, Mrs. Rose Barger, Mrs. Carrie Mrs. Ella McCulloch, Mrs. Inez Afdem, Mrs. Lucy Necdham, Mrs. Geneva Crary, Mrs. Florence Frisken, Mrs. Minnie Logan, Mrs. Maggie Short~ or, Mrs. Minnie Wivell, Mrs. Joan Bennett, Mrs. Helen Forrest, Mrs. Mary Shelton, Mrs. Martha Jac- obs. Mrs. Harriet Angle, and Min- 1 nie Hack. Following are the O.E.S. guests: Mrs. Viola Kimbel, Mrs. Ida Kirkland, Mrs. Batsone, Miss Sar— ah Waldrip and Mrs. Anna Fraser. Mrs. Frank Wbrdon Will Entertain Club Mrs. Frank VVordon will enter- A . :ézfléfififiéfégéfif 4.0.x; l M i. i . . .-.. -.-H_:1111iws§ex.Becembeflifl ..ursday sag-lasagna:aseaassxfirsmsseszsflz'rz’sgrammar .. the PI‘OSPE a. Journa 2T, ARA TH] Shell Thurs when you send "these .-. precious gifts by Lucien Lelong , . it it 2:2 0 If she’s fond of you now—she'll be doubly loud when she. sees llicsc entrancing gills. They go straight to a girl’s heart, and you’ll ‘lhink you were mighty in 3-... lucky to get them. Hurry, though, while our stat-Ls all are 5th complete. pal th eLumbermen’s Mercantile Com— .fil pany for the use of their store. k .- Degree Of Honor And Juveniles Slate Meet 3?} The Juveniles of the Degree of 9 Honor will meet on Saturday at 321 .1 o’clock in the Odd Fellows Hall av ' The Christmas party will be held on Tuesday evening, Decem— . pal, ber 23 in the Odd Fellows Hall , , ., , ml at 8 pm. All members and their .. Q; . . . l families are invited. The Juven- “ - - ' . ' h . We on Dorette,s Chrlstmas Glft Boxes 116s are in charge of t e program ll! v f and ‘, General Welfare Club ' ill 0 Slate Christmas Party l , “50 'Ava'lab'e '" BUlk The General Welfare Club will I A have their Christmas tree on 99 - - 1 Saturday at p m in the Memor- Home‘made FUdge DWIth and NI“; lial Hall. The public is invited ' a Caramels and a special invitation is ex- W’g SPECIAL PRICES on large amounts of popcorn. a tended to. the boys 1n SerVICe- A 3 , _ .. , fi program is planned. ; gaxmmmmxmmmmmmxmmmmm .ssamrasaa w“ .,' l ... f. [. .!!,,,. '1 : I l l ‘lllllll" KBE‘MEL . . SUNSHINE SODAS .... .. 2-lbs. 29 GRAHAMS Zélbs. 31 Softasilk Cake Flour .... __ pkg. 27¢ Formay .......................... ._ 3-lbs. 69¢ Fruit Salad .................. .. 2 cans 29¢ Tomato Juice ............ -- 3 cans 25¢ Cranberry Sauce ........ .. 2 cans 29¢ Mix’d Candy . 2 lbs. 31 Ihome of Mrs. Roberts. Mrs. John! L. Dotson, assisting hostess. Mrs; Ed Miller is in charge of the pro—1 gram, taking up the study of early music to 1800. An invitation to; become a member is extended to‘: anyone interested in music study.» Call Mrs. Palmer now or up to! the first of the year. Three new members were welcomed Wednes- lay. Miss Margaretta Miller. Mrs. Margaret’Ferwerda. and Mrs. J. O. Bovee. The club officers are, president, Mrs. Palmer: first vice— oresident, Mrs. Winiecki; second vice president, Mrs. Jordan; re-l cording secretary, Mrs. Roberts; treasurer, Mrs. Chas. Lentz: Com- mittee chairmen are hospitality,‘ Mrs. Frank Russell; membership' and transportation. Mrs. Ed. Mil-, ler; guest book, Mrs. Oliver Con-i stable: custodian, Mrs. Myrvan; Wivell; program, Mrs. Jordanp historian. Mrs. Roberts; hymn‘ study, Mrs. J. O. Bovee: musici week and choir festival, Mrs. Loul Larson; publicity and scrap book, Mrs. John L. Dotson: music family Mrs. Winiecki, Mrs. FerWerda, and finance, Mrs. Lentz. z‘; l Women’s Chorus Change i Monday Meeting Place l The Shelton Women‘s Chorus» l ‘ will meet Monday evening at 7:30 .6? Old Fashioned Choc. Drops.2 lbs. 31 V Mixed Nuts. .21bs. 49 Roast Oregon Large Franquettes .2 lbs. VEGETABLES LARGE lave rs PUDD E RIPE OLIVES can 1 9c iWfiE/v ‘ you HAVE nus: ' ’1’! ME ram: 1 on ribs. ING 6 pkgs. 25c Jello Ice Cream POWDER 3pkgs. .....25¢ Beef Shoulder ' Veal Roast lb. 250 M utton Grapefruit. 12 for 45¢ Chops 20¢ Swt. Spuds. 5-le. 25¢ TANGERINE 'Oranges, mesh bag 89¢ ' __.______.__.L____ Lemons . . . . 2-doz. 35¢ Cranberries. 2-le 35¢ Mixed Peels and Nuts for the Holidays Mutton Stew Salt Herring Borden’s Mince Meat . DEL MONTE Coiiee ' 4-lbs. 1.15. MEATS 55 leg Mutton. lb. 200 Short Ribs . . . . . . .lb. 17¢ Lutefisk 2-lbs. 29¢ “Order Ydur Christmas Poultry Now yo ion soar: 83 Del Monte CORN, PEAS STR. BEANS 3cans 39¢ . 'lll lb. 10¢ ... 2 for 25¢ ...2 lbs. 35¢ pm. at the home of Nena Rob- erts, 720 North Fourth street, to, rehearse for Tuesday’s broadcastl All members are requested to notice the change of the meeting place. table centered with a snow scene. l’tain on Thursday at her home for The honored guest received many: the members ‘of the Y.L.A. Club M ages Ii nice gifts. Freddie Eehs, Terrv Lynn Skelsey. Annmae Jost. Gloria Steen, Carol Calkins, andl, Shirley Anderson. ‘ Visitors From Seattle Mr. and Mrs. Fred Morrisonl of Seattle visited at the home of Mrs. Maulden and Mrs. Morrison are brother and sister. Those present were‘ iArtalie Bennett. l of which she was a. member be— fore coming to Shelton. Guests invited to the 1 o’clock bridge luncheon are Mrs. Gilbert Rich~ ards. Mrs. John Richards, Mrs. Loren Allard, Mrs. Allard, Mrs. Don Davenport. Mrs. Dalton_ Thorme. Mrs. Lester Whalers, Mrs. lElliott Evanson, Mrs. Harry Jcr- Reverend and Mrs. Robert Maul-I geson, Mrs. den from Monday to Wednesdayl l Orville Stewart, all of Tacoma, Mrs. Osgar Huscby of Olympia and Mrs. Robert Van Winkle of Aberdeen. , 40 BEAUTIFUL MODELS From Which To Chaose Also Copeland Refrigerators —- Conlon Washers —— Con: lon Ironers —-— Silent Sue Oil Heaters. Lots of Batteries for‘Portable Radios Expert Radio Service You will receive courteous service and expert re- pair work here. Our department is now under the direction of LEO GRUBER, who has had a ' Wide experience in radio servicing. SHELTON RADIO SERVICE NOW IN NEW LOCATION AT " 3 Cola St. (Next Door to Former Location), Give Watches and Clocks for Christmas We have a comprehensive stock of Pocket Watches, Wrist Watches and Alarm Clocks . . priced froin P $1.29 to $5.00 Fir Drug Store .E‘p A ,. ill- 7‘9K . it "f A ‘ What she's really hoping;r for ‘ O "Balalaika”Perfume. This gay, f rolicsome fragrance has swept the country. $10 $25 $45 M.G-M PRESEh kw STIIRINO lEANOR POV . INN SOTHE‘ . BLVD!” ’V // is "lndicretc" l’eriumcl ()nc ol our most popular fragrances, it is sure to please. 35;) “ll...,. I: r .z'Il/w- I The four turrets of Caslcl mmmfimmfisaasmm mmmwmzsmssmarmmss gassesmgw ‘ l i”: flaw/#11. ' "Opening Night” Perfume are filled with Perfumes by g makes its how in a new size. Lucien 1,8161”; .'. _ Imam- 'lhere ll be applause-and adtl crew, Carefree, Impromptu, mlrution~unen 5 ie lvets l . g I {a 32’5pr I) and Tailspm._ $5 4‘ ‘t t" at “ HOW TO MEAS ' 3S go" Com} 6 for I .. the V; Thanks‘lo Yardley, the man is no longer a maior Chrislmfil . problem! Give him something he needs! He's bauncl to be “delighle when‘he‘dis‘ctwcxs 'lllS ‘tavorife ,Yardley 'set with Shaving Bowl. Ailerfihaving Lotion. and lnvisiBleTelc. The set . . , fl/W- Christmas Gifts of Distinction by LENTHERI‘C , “THREE SILENT MESSENGERS” Shanghai, Miracle and Tweed Bohuets ...................... .. s . 85 a ' ',. 1’ ‘_‘}-30 . “THREE MERRY MESSENGERS” Nelle. Confetti, TWeed and Miracle Bouquet ............... .:’ ......... .. BOU UET “PINK PARTY” With ath Powder ........................................................... .. It Wouldn’t Be Christmas Without WHITMAN’S The Sampler .............. ..$1.50 to $5.00 The Bow-Knot ........ ..$1.50 & $3.00 The Fairhill .............. ..‘$1.00 to $5.00 Fruits and Nuts ...... _.$1.00 and $2.00 am . 'fimfiflfdfififi ‘1 WI to, 7-" . $33; 1.33“ '2": Buxton Bill Folds and Key Cases..’.. $1. f' Eastman Kodaks and Cameras $1.00 to Fir Drug for M smmmmmwxmmw . m