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., ,\ , 1' Sday, December 23, 1941. ‘1 Ha S. SHELTON-MASON COUNTY JOURNAL; tOClfllfoNIS ——_—-——-——‘.— m2...— ' Page Three A Vacant hmse Won't Pay Faxes . . . Advertise It! Belfair All Set For Merry Xmas Evening Wings And Mrs. Lynn lain Club . and! Mrs. Frank Lynn en— ‘_ined the members of their ‘| g club on Friday for their i '~‘ mas party. After dinner I. oup enjoyed cards, with Mr. her winning honors. An ex- e of gifts was part of the ing’s diversion. {E ,tmas tree and Christmas mo- Kimbel FEtei-talns loyees Friday Evening 3 " Kimbel entertained his ield employees on Friday ing. Mr. Kimbel was host to men and Mrs. Kimbel enter— r d the ladies upstairs. Re- ments Were served during the ing which was spent socially. Say It ITH FLOWERS They Bring Comfort and Happiness UNERAL DESIGNS AND HOSPITAL BOUQUETS livered anywhere, anytime ravis Floral Shop Shelton Hardware Bldg. he 232 270-W “5.9.19.3 "I Shelton, Wash. "HE 'Tonite & Wed. ,iIFT Dec. 21 24 , 14.5.14 msmrs \ .:_J-;. The rooms: ' cheerfully decorated with a‘ « Photo: nington State Pr gr Washington Newspaper Publishers Ass'n. Like a sentinel, Mount Baker stands out when viewed from lower 3 Chain Lake. This is one of hundreds of. outstanding Views being l Considered for use in the new 1942 scenic booklet now being pre- _..-J.__..._ .W l____ Brownies Entertain Mothers At Tea Party The Brownies of Hillcrest en- tertained at the home of Mrs. l Duncan Wilson last Thursday with a Christmas tea party for their mothers. The house was attrac- tively decorated for the occasion with a beautiful tree, a snow scene and candles on the mantle and an arrangement Of greenery, (large red candles with a Santa Claus on one end of the| tea table. In attendance were 14 mothers, 19 Brownies and two members of the Council, Mrs. Frank Willard and Mrs. Hugh Hamilton, former Scout Leader and now commissioner. The girls jhad an exchange of gifts. The girls sang carols and served the. tea. The ladies assisting were IMrs. James Simmons, Mrs. Wil- l son and Mrs. Orle Gonter. Here For Holiday Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Douglas and daughter Joyce of Seattle will spend the holiday here with 1Mr. and Mrs. Harold Smyth. Mrs. Attwood Entertains Bridge Club Thursday Mrs. L. E. Attwood entertained , at her home on Thursday for the ‘ Christmas party of her bridge club. The table and mantel were i a tree completing the motif. Mrs. Frank Pauley and Mrs. Attwood won honors with Mrs. Paul Ditt- man, Jr., winning the galloping goose. All received their Christ- mas gift. PHONE 100 i i decorated for the occasion. with Mrs. Johnny webber and Mrs, Christmas Party Held For Capitol .Hlll Club Members of the Capitol Hill: Club were entertained with a1 Christmas party by Mrs. Virginia“ Leman and Mrs. Joy Gustofson at the former's home, December 18.l After a delicious luncheon at short meeting was held. Every one; present received a gift from theiri mystery pal, the identity of which each guessed. The next meeting will be Thursday, January 8th.! New officers will be elected at; that time. It will be held at the; home of Mrs. Ann Murer withl Mrs. Doty Staley assisting hostess. Brownie Troop No. '7 I Holds Christmas Party 3 Brownie Troop NO. 7 led by1 Mrs. Lloyd Morgan, held their. Christmas party last‘ week. Fessler treated the girls to ice cream and Jean Barret and Mary-l lin Lakeburg brought cake and' cookies. Mrs. Richard Buechel as-l sisted Mrs. Morgan. This was the last meeting for this year. Mrs. Glen Storey Entertains Club Mrs. Glen Storey entertained the members of her "bridge club‘ last Thursday with a 12:30 Christ- ; mas dinner and two tables of bridge. Honors were won by Frank Russell. Mrs. Russell and Mrs. Clare Hammond were earh. CthStmaS 8631 Sale. presented with a birthday gift. The group held a handkerchief shower for Shirley Abel. daughter of Mrs. Warren Abel, who is con- Early President A gay and versatile toque, made of green felt, is perfect for wear with a dinner dress as well as with furs or afternoon dress. Its crown is covered with felt wings and a wisp of a veil. Of State League Urges Seal Help Dr. Clarence A. Smith, of Seat- tle serving from 1906 to 1910 as first president of the Washing- ton Tuberculosis Association, ex-i presses faith that the public, un- derstanding the purpose of the will insure continuance of the state—wide fight against tuberculosis by pur- chasing seals generously. ZChristmas. Christmas trees, trim- f ; mings. l l I I I I “The person who can best ap- By Mrs. Gladys Irving g Belfair, Dec. 17.7(Received too; late for last edition.)——A meeting, for home defense was held at! the schoolhouse Friday night ini place of the Improvement Club; meeting scheduled for that timei Every one is getting ready forl The doing up of gifts, and especially the children withi their eager faces, shining a n d ;‘ bright. All goes for a Happy Christmas. , Mr. and Mrs. Glen Harris andi Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Emmert were ‘ shopping in Port Orchard on Sat- . urday last. i Mr. and Mrs. Sam Herrick and; family and Marie Crosswhitc were shopping in Bremerton on Sat-I urday. 1 Earl Johnson returned last week I from a trip back east. I Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Cox arel rejoicing over the birth of a newf baby, born in the Olympic Hos-i pital in Bremerton last week. I Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Emmert, spent Sunday with home folks in', Silverdale. ’, Mr. and Mrs. Nels Johnson visit- ed in Centralia one day recentlyfi, Your scribe is still cntertainingi the flu, as are a number of our} good neighbors. I Marie and Dorothy Ann Cross-i white and Doris and Dorothy Kin- ney called at the Irving home] Mrs. Howard Rose and childreni were Shelton callers on Wednes- day of this week. No Wonder He’s Always Alone . . . Such wrinkled, soiled clothes! Even the crows stay away. Yet many men present no better appearaiicersand wonder why they don‘t get ahead in social and business contacts! Don't take the risk Of looking care- less as a scarecrow—send your clothes to us for FREQUENT cleaning. MASON COUNTY STEAM LAUNDRY & DRY CLEANERS PHONE 88 lpreciate the beneficent effects of the sale of Christmas seals," said Dr. Smith, "is one who partici- pated in the establishment of the. lfined' to the Orthonedic Hosnital. The members exchanged Christ- mas gifts. «9 Visit Parents Mr. and Mrs. Bernhard Winiecki spent the weekend in Raymond («M ERROR POWELL III! SOTIIERN pared to advertise Washington state by the Progress Commission. 39)” , “A CHRISTMAS POEM v on. you start: L. M. GRABS LEAD with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Home For Christmas . All aSuch heer thin s as Christmas . . . anti-tuberculosis movement in 29kt x—‘1 """mm Hgarthg g Tad WmleCkl- Miss Shirley Abel, daughter of this state over thirty years ago.- And homes aglow with candle ‘ ‘ Mr. and Mrs. Warren Abel, was The people had not yet become, light, ~ B;§;;°T2:s§:’;°r release? fSron'tltlthe1 Ogthsoiiedié: Hog- tfiberlculosis consciopls. find when; , Brin thou hts of on, and wishes pi a 0 ea e as a ur ay 0 e p an of sellin ' C ris mas seals V Thursday €00, g y ‘ The Juveniles of the Degree 01" spend the Christmas week with to obtain funds gto promote the —— size HRISTMAS DAY Will make your Christmas, Honor W111 how a ChrIStmaS Dal? her parents. movement was first initiated, it. bright. ty for the Degree membersv the" was received with indifference. By $ 1 HENRY ALDRICH for 5d SlZ 1When all hearts are mellowed By the joyous and grand spirit abroad In the land, may you also share The Seasons happiness, and store Triple Victory Plus Munro's Loss To Tailenders Puts New | Leader In Saddle CITY LEAGUE BOWLING parents and families, in the Odd Fellows Hall on Tuesday evening, at 8 o’clock. Each is to bring sandwiches or cookies. Home. For Holidays Mrs. Elmer Smith Entertalns Club Mrs. Elmer Smith entertained at her home last week for the members of her bridge club. A potluck lunch was enjoyed. Mrs, persistent efforts, however, inter- est grew as the general public gradually realized that a move— ment was being established which gave promise of greatly reducing the widespread menace of tuber- Clocks —— Electric Kitchen Clocks Pocket Watches 4 I i '/ l u “- 1" PM“ Bill McCann arrived home from -- ' l P ' . Carl Hellman, and Mrs. Jesse Bar- culOSlS. an rls a u A Paramount Picture , ‘ lA treasure of fond memories, ihunk;""""::::::'“:32 WaShmgton State COllege Sat- rett won honors at cards and Mrs, “The success of the sale of; t 6 es To carry you along always. urday to spend the holidays with Roy Gettv won the galloping Christmas seals in Washington at i l . Eggsnéssociated- his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. F. goose. Mrs. Edgar Bryne was the present time,” concluded Dr. ,To wish you always at Christmas Lucky """ ” ""20 22 '476 Mccann.’ joint hostess. The rooms were Smith, “is EVidenCe that the 1’90- .25 I 5 - SAT. The blessings of peace and con- Mason Laligndr ""20 22 '476 ,Maunce and J0 Needham 3" gaily decorated for Christmas and ple have become thoroughly in- I ; tentment Daviscourt Bbk ----- "17 25 .405 l rwed home last week.fr°m ,theh' there was a. tree. Those present stilled in these thirty years with Paramount frasetlb :Cheer that will linger to brighten Wilsbl’l,g C a e y ' 81 SChOOl to Spend their holidays were Mrs. Barrett Mrs, Hinman the belief that such promise is l afe .......... .16 26 .3 here. ’ r ‘ ,‘Ollnuuv RAD!“ ISLE n i each day God's love to guide you on life’s way. Visiting Parents Miss Alice Elliott of Los An- geles arrived in Shelton Sunday for a short visit with her par- Eents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Elliott. ' Miles Elliott who has been em- ployed by the Bloedel Donovan Logging company at Port An- geles with his parents. l is spending the holidays High Scores i Game—Bab Stewart 231. Total~~Bab Stewart 627. Standings were bounced around a bit in Friday night’s city league lbowling play, so as the kegelers go into their annual yuletide lull the Lumbermen’s Mercantile squad holds top place, the first time in Weeks that Munro’s Men’s Store hasn’t been cock-o’-the-walk. The toggery tikes were dunked lout of first place when they lost an Odd-game decision to tailend Wilson’s Cafe while the L. M. Ruth Hillier, student at Ste- phens College, Missouri, is spend- ing the. holidays with her par— ) Miss Betty Moon and Paul E. [Armstrong were urday evening at 8 o'clock in the Baptist parsonage. The Reverend J. O. Bovee performed the cere- ’ mony before about 12 guests. Mrs. Mrs. Bryne._ Mrs. Getty. Mrs. Glen Edgley. Mrs. George Cooper. Jr., Mrs. Charley Borst. Mrs. Law- rence Munson and the two host- esses. Here For Christmas er. and Mrs. Pat Guerin of Se- attle will arrive here Christmas Eve to Spend the holiday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wan- dell. Double H Club Goes To Bremerton being fulfilled, and despite other: demands I believe they will gen- erously provide for that protec- tion against tuberculosis which seal funds have giVen increasingly over the years.” CAMP 5 TOT ILL Jackie Ambrose, 11, of Camp 5, was admitted to Shelton Hospital today as a flu patient. CIGARETTE LIGHTERS .................................. .. $1.00 to $5.00 FLASHLIGHTS ............ .. ........ .. A Complete Range of Prices COMPLETE ASST. ELEC. HEATING PADS... 2.98 to 7.50 Fir Drug Store . ents, Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Hillier. Married On Saturday Evening, December 20 married in a ; quiet, impressive ceremony Sat— \‘ Don Paul and Preston Armstrong '19:; Journal VVant-Ads—phone 100 was sweeping an easy .triumph attended the couple. 01:33-35:32: a: fiffmgfigglelag ' ‘ over 1“,ka .L‘lger behmd Bab Thursday for their Christmas par- . 49¢ Stewarts inchwdual honor Win- Mrs. Bovee Entertalns w with Mqu Willis Burnett Those * 98¢ ning scores. Junior Girls Friday H ' “hol‘ . , making the trip were Mrs. Leo run or r ‘49,, The net result of those two ,Mrs- J- 9- Bow: entertained ‘Martin, Mrs. E. A. Lewis. Mrs. ' L LOO matches dropped Munro's two w‘th a ChrIStmaS party 1“ the Lawrence Burrell, Mrs. Eugene . 1.19,. ._ 98¢ .. 93¢ ‘ . . .Push-Button Electric Tuning .' : . Built-in RMalablc Magic Loop Antenna . . . Overseas Dial. . . Spread Band lining on 31, 2S and 19 meter shortwave bands . . . American and improved Foreign reception—many other great features. VISIT US TODAY FOR FREE DEMONSTRATION Amazing Low Price! Model 29K-2 IEA vutml nnnuo lvvl ulna was For I'inIr lad. PHIle games behind the L. M. and placed Wilson's Cafe within one game of pulling out Of the cellar, which the hashers have occupied al- ]most from the start of the sea- son. Daviscourt Bakery assisted Wil— } son’s upward pull by tossing off i a whitewash verdict to Pastime,l moving the Pastimers back intoi the first division ahead of Lucky Lager. Rip Allen set up a neat ; 605 count. Associated Oil, with Jess Dan- iels and Cliff Reader counting heavily, odd—gamed Mason Laun- ,dry _to improve the Oilers third place position. , Pastime (3) Daviscourt’s (0) g 914 855 955 2724 i Munro’s (1) : Handicap 144 904 818 907 2629 Handicap 192 Marshall 510 G, Tucker 471 . . ted with holly in a. Christmas mo- i Skelsey 452 Dummy 433 coy' gulf? Agglgev J‘Ig‘rlile Hale! tif. Delicious refreshments were i Smith 495 L. Westland 476 D0" “1 an_ ale “1 ey- served by the hostess. Forrest 467 G. Miller 464 , Durand 486 N. Westland 493 11°” From 0’05“ Royal Neighbors “01“ 856 856 867 2579 Mason Ldy (l) Handicap 297 Associated (2) I i l 892 809 853 2554 i Handicap 249 Wilson’s (2) l parsonage for the Junior Girls Friday afternoon. Games and re- freshments were enjoyed by the 13 girls present. Each received: a gift from the hostess. No-Host Dinner And Bridge Enjoyed Mr. and Mrs. Joe Forrest, Mr. and Mrs. Deane Brodie, Mr. and Mrs. A1 Huerby and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Faubert enjoyed a no-host BrOwn. and Mrs. E. B. Sutton. Mrs. Martin and Mrs. Burrell won honors at bridge. The hostess\ served a delicious dinner and the club exchanged gifts. Visit Friends Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Skelsey and! daughter Terry Lynn, visited] friends in Chehalis and Centralia over the weekend. dinner and Christmas tree with . an exchange of gifts at the Colon- l ial House on Sunday evening. l The Women's Christian Tem- Cards were played later at the - ~ . perance Union held a busmess Faubert home With Mrs. Huerby meeting and social after Friday winning honors. Bobbie Ashley Honored The honored guest received a number of nice presents. Those present were Bill Valley, Bill Mc- Miss Helen Mae Hatcher, Uni- versity of Oregon student at Eu- gene, is spending her holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. A. i l at the home of Mrs. C. C. Ander- son. The‘ next meeting will be seven members of her club. The afternoon was spent socially and sewing. The rooms were decora~ Christmas Party The Royal Neighbors met at the home of Mrs. Mary McCreary last Thursday. ~ vi" \ g—o-r-g-e-o-u-s. [i i ii ii and will love yo_u for giving it! ‘ Handica 159 Handica 87. with Mrs. Walter Elliott. - . ‘ staley p 5171A]. Snelgrgve 537 on Birthday Saturday ‘ l ...___.«... “s ‘ Mrs‘ C you want the Ladygin-your-Llfe'to . Mrs. Roy Ashley entertained I Mm Di k w tson _ _ . Friend 529 Bayley 419 Saturday in honor of her son B0b_ . c a think you are even nicer than you are, re- F‘ T- - 0 1P. Roberts 424 S. Snelgrove 557 . 12th b. Entertain Club , _ II‘SI lme In RCAVICIOI‘ i Fourre 490 B Roberts 503 by.5 d th lrghdaY- cine grgtlp Mrs- Dick Watson entertained member her WlthaLuClen Lelong Perfume ' . ' emoye e opeye 8 0w 3 er at her horn Frida at r ' ‘ — ’ History at This Allen 605'M~ Fredson 526 dinner and games at his home. e y ternoon f0 this Christmas. It says you think shes A Those present were ‘13:?th ijuljfiagvows iHatCher- _ _ Mrs. Ruth Hatch, Mrs. Lavena 0 Lucien Lelong’s"0pening Reader 536 H. Young 463 I Bob Hamilton will arrive home Gardner and daughter, Mrs. Bertie Night" is the one perfume to (Price 450 Funk 451 Way to Spend ms hOhday “nth ‘Mcxmneyy Mrs- M3ry Silvers. makeherfeellike“thestarofthe i G. Young 494 A. Ferrier 504 ms Parents’ Mr' and Mrs‘ Hug?! Mrs- Geraldine Amher and Sonv performance”. $5 and more 933 932 890 2755 834 877 912 2623 Hamllton‘ 30" attends. the WP Mrs. Mary Donaldson, Mrs. aim-a L. M. (3) Luckv Lag (0) versity of Salem, at Willamette. (Bezley and daughter. Mrs. Eva Handicap 93 Handicap 36 Hall 3113? son. Mrs. Ella VanBeek, h . . fl . .. Stewart 627 Merrick 512 Visiting BIOthel' I Mrs. ary Jadin, Mrs. Stella 0 W at an lmpresswn Indiscrete . Mackey 546 Peterson 491i M!" and Mrs‘ Branan and 011.1% Booth' Mrs' Mary Tmtter' MTS' Presentation make“ Gala am“, at o G've her "le l 'k ” i Elliott Jr 456 Dummy 549 dren Bob and Jane of Clauftin, Gladys Nelson and Mrs. Mary Perfume, Dusting Pgwdu.’ cologne, CO] I d 3a in ha ' Elliott: Sr: 583‘; Scott 519 Kansas are “smug at the_h0me McCreary. the hostess. The group Talc, and Sachet. $10.50 OWE—Ia“ f “i” “"3 0' (331450;, 538 K Fredson 525.0f her brother, Hugh Hamilton exchanged gifts and refreshments 56“ We Is "31. SPrmg- 955 977 911 2843 875 909 849 2633 Couple Married . Sunday Afternoon . I William D. Stillwell of Pierce County and Dorothy Howell of Round County; South Dakota were united in marriage Sunday after- noon in the Methodist Parsonage by the Reverend Robert C. Maul- ! den. They were attended by Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Berhbr. XMAS IN CALIFORNIA Roy Daniels, day clerk and jailer at the sheriff’s Office, leaves 5 here Tuesday to spend Christmas in Chico, California. i NOTICE Anyone wishing to hire Carpenters, please call JIM I RUCH, 409-W, Business ‘ Agent for Carpenters Un- ion. Mrs. Fentiman Entertains On Sunday Evening Mr. and Mrs. Frank Fentiman entertained at their home Sunday evening with dinner and two ta- bles Of bridge. The rooms were decorated in the season’s motif. Honors were won by Mrs. Fran- cis Eacrett and Frank Wordon. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Wordon, Mr. and Mrs. Eacrett, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Grunert and the hosts. Tacoma Guests Here Mr, and Mrs. W. F. McCann will ,have Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Gratzer ! and New Years with his family and family and Adair Winert of} Tacoma for guests on Christmas Day. Their daughters Mary and Kitty of Olympia, will also be home. |Visit Klink' Home Mr. and Mrs. Roy Roessel and Mr. and Mrs. Wilmot Berger were, Sunday evening guests at home of Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Klink. LL...“— ’ were served. Royal Neighbors Slate Installation The Royal Neighbors will hold l their installation ceremonies in the Odd Fellows Hall at 8 o’clock on January 2nd.? Hillorest Brownies To Meet Tuesday The Hillcrest Brownies will meet . at the Bordeaux school on Tues-l day eveni'ng at 7 o’clock to sing carols. They will be taken around in the Pantorium Cleaners truck. Dinner Guests At Bremerton Sunday Mrs. W. F. Roberts. Miss Do- rothy LaBarr and Palmer Rob- erts were dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Mor- ton in Bremerton on Sunday. l ' ' l l l I l Home From U. 0! W. Dean Palmer returned home on Wednesday from the University the of Washington to spend the heli- days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Donovan Palmer. and luxurious . . . nces. 3 hand bars 31.23 0 "Quick Change” looks like a couductor’s change maker, holds Lucien Lcloug lipsticka in three shades. $1 .00 $1.25 $1.50 0 If you want a thoughtful gift, send "Impromptu" Soap. Rich in four fra- ‘ 0 She’ll go into a tailspin over you if you give "Tailspin" Perfume. "Dizzying as fall. ing in love.”- ‘ $6.50 time fragrance, has swept \the country. $1.50 0 If you want to say her taste is grand (and so is yours) give “Impromptu” Perfume by Lucien belong. $6.50 and more FIR DRUG STORE