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January 2, 1941     Shelton Mason County Journal
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January 2, 1941

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Page Six Outstanding‘Bull INews pissing Boughtby Wivell From Agate Area Golden Blonde Viscount, a two- year-old Jersey bull recently ar- rived at the farm of Charles H} Agate, Dec. 31. ~— Tile Boy Wivell, Shelton. completing a! Scouts of Troop camped Satur- transcontinental trip from Falk-lday night and Sunday with their land's Farm at Schellsburg, Pa.;scoutmaster Harry Bantham, at This bull, in the opinion of someihis home. Observersl is undqumedly one °fl Ethel Marie Browne and daugh- thc most outstanding Jersey bullsl ter Gladys, entertained a num_ to come to the Northwest. HlSlber of her friends at hm. home sire is Golden Blonde Volunteer'Christmas night. Lots of good With I3 daughters that aremgel music and singing and a delicious 659 pounds of butterfat. His diam junch- was enjoyed bv a”. is Imported Viscountess, 959474. Mr and Mrs C "P Grindmd who made 733.1 ounds of butter- . ‘ . fat at 4 years End 8 months of have the” Son Henry and W‘fe' age in 365 days. Golden Blondefl’rtd twm daughtéfi 0f Alaska" '7 - i ‘ spending the holiday season With Viscount was SlXLh prize bull calf‘ u A“ are enb mg a vcr at the National Dairy Show in ‘80:} h visifl y '3 y 1939 and was ninth prize seniorfm yv aPP)’ 'L. yearling at the 1940 National. He] The P.-T. A. Silver tea Will be is a full brother to Golden Biondelheld .at the home of Mrs. Emma Count, owned by Paul Hebb of Ta. I Garrison January 3rd. _ All are coma and who was exhibited atiglVlé'ed to atltlend if possmle. Mrs. the Dairy VVorle of Tomorrow at . uyer W1 pour ea. the recent New York World'sl Ethel Marie Browne and (laugh- Fair- HC '15 also a fun mom“ i ter Gladys, spent last Friday vis- to Blonde Viscountess who made lung at‘the home of Mr. amyMrs‘ 621 POtUl’ldSbOf bUtteriat it thethdolpli Gundstrom of Belfalr. same ime eino' on t .e s ow cir- . . 'Puit This cow" was renounced Henry Gregg.“ Olympia” a .f0.r' I“) b‘ , .p ‘h b mer Agate resrdent, was a VlSit- y ("lo 0 sew.“ as bcmg t e eSt,or in tile community Saturday. cow in America. ! By Mrs. Mary Mattlhl Cattle Clubs To Hold lr—'—-—l. Annual Meetings Jan. 21 l CLUB NEWS I ington will hold their annual meet- ings at Centralia. In conjunction with these meetings and on the Townsend Club No‘ 3 W1” moot following day, the 22nd. the Wash” I at Labor Temple January 4th. In- ingten State Dairymens’ Associa- Stallahon 0f new 0-H“:ch and “on Wm hold their annual meet members of counCil Will take place_ lug. [Programs for the various Those elgcmd were C' C‘ And“- cattle clubs, also the Dairymens'lfig; gSSllefimfigfig' {25113233453 Association are being arranged Mrag T’mttér {It} ‘Bézart Mr‘ which will be of interest to all Wigs M 3 ’Sh 1‘ M . dairymen. It is honed that a Calklns Jeeky' r' d if? large number from this section C Cl Andnrtigonac :0]; gm ‘11 lb”. will find it possible to attend these. ' 'd ” h' u .c “’1 0 meetings. lserve ter t e meeting. On January 21 the various dairy I v cattle clubs of the State of Wash- . I Idellne 8’ BILL lanls DICKIE IT HAPPENED IN 1940 1 Walt Elliott won the bOOStCl‘ divis- This being the season for look—i ion doubles title. ins t0 the rear to see what was' The softball league Wobbled “Complii‘hea during the PaS't 12-[ through another season with only month Per-10¢ Perhaps glance. mediocre success, the teams as a at What 1940 brought to this com-1 whole being weaker than usual. munlty in the field Of Sports The Peninsula Raiders from Rocky would be worth a whirl, briefly. [Bay copped both halves Without Giv‘e the 3000th in athletic ,trouble. A town team sponsored Performances for the year to [by the L.~M. had just a small track team which came from .pia Class A league, winning four SHELTON—MASON COUNTY JOU ,i .._._._.__..__.h____.—‘ RN’ ., . Ready'l‘ouwear .. . . CHILDRENS’ WOMENS’ RAINCOATS..... . . . . . . Values to $53.95 ONE GROUP CHILDREN’S SWEATERS .. . . . . . . . . . . . . 79¢ Sizes 4 to 12. Values to $1.29 MISCELLANEOUS TABLES............................29¢—59¢ Values to $1.98 no-where to captulie the South- l side dfsnrict title and come with- in a fraction of a point of walk- ing off with the state taun track pennant at the static meet in Pullman. and losing eight. The first lannual (everyone hopes) Shelton sllVler salmon derby was .lrun off with consid- erable enthusiasm and success. Harry McQonkley was crowned the first silver salmon chlam- Without having captured a sin- pion, winning an outbdalrd mo— gle individual dual or multiple meet in which it had engaged alli tor. season, Frank Waters, Dave Dal-l Dick Bennett of Tacoma again by and Bruce Nelson ran. jumped'won the Shelton shortstop tennis and. threw the Highclimbers to the tournament from the poorest field district meet championship at in the meet's history, thanks to Olympia in the most startling up- poor weather. Talk of abondon- set of. the track season, then miss? ing the event was heard rather ed Winning the state team title.strongly after the 1940 meet. by the slender margin of a stum-' The Shelton junior high basesl that surprising liighclimber lamount of success in the Oymx me Wthh Prevented Waters from ball team suffered its first defeat Placmg in the century dash at since 1937 when Port Orchard won Pullman. a 9 to 5 victory on its home field. Yes, the olive wreath of athletic From a. standpoint of futility\ prowess for 1940 belongs justly on the 1940 Highclimbel' baSkcthau the collective brows of that Wa- team had a perfect record——16 de- ters-Dalby-Nelson triumvirate, as- feats‘in 16 games played- The Sisted by the Galloway brothers, junior team won only one game Jack Catto and Earl Willey, for of a. dozen and the Highclimbel‘ the year’s outstanding athletic second string went through a Win‘ performance in this community. less season along with its var- Among the other topflight sity brothers. sports achievements of the year Enofldssional “nestling Iat- must be listed the Highclimber temptied to establish itself blew baseball team's winning of its but lasted quick last spring. second consecutive Southwest The Highclimber football team fete of getting to the finals for won once and tied once in an eight the state championship, the Pan- game schedule for the poorest prep torlum Pirates gallant quest grid records Shelton has had in which came within tWO points of [many years. being successful in earning a I But the best news that Shelton berth in the state A.A.U. has- Sport fans could hear occurred ketball murmment, and the Mc- in 1940 when a, second gymnas- Cleary Timber team’s fete of winning both halves of the city basketball league fmm a strong oontzending field ium was actually put under con- struction and will be completed and ready for the 1941 basketball season, Ken Latham batted a torrid .523 and Jack Cole was undefeated in CUFF NOTES conference pitching as they led Now that 1940 has been taken the Highclimber diamond warriors care of, let's clean up a few odds to nine Victories in ten league and ends in the Sideliner's notes. starts after Shelton had won ten Cecil Wyatt, former Elma prep straight conference games the athlete of football, basketball and year before. baseball note, is lying in Shelton Little Billy Taylor was the ace hospital while a fractured hip of the Pirate hoop lineup whichlmends . he was struck by & defeated Bremerton and Port large freight truck on an Elma Townsend and lost by a slim two. street Christmas night, was tran5- point margin to Renton in the A, ferred to Shelton hospital after A.U. elimination. first having emergency treatment StOCRY Ed Miller, Skokomish at the Elma. hospital . . . Wyatt of the main heroes of the junior'Cleanel'S. Stl‘fmg Elma independ- legion team which whipped Brem- em baSketball 11119qu this 593' erton, Kelso-Longview and Ever.“ son. ett to win the West Side title, but The death of red-halved. pep- failed to cop the state title when Defy “any WefblSRYn College of it had a bad day at the same time Puget Sound sitar athlete. in Spokane had. a. good one. Miller Tacoma. a few days ago was a pitched. caught and played infield blow to Gordon Henry. city as well as hit in timely spots to auditor. for Wdrbisky Played be one of the most useful lads on shortstop on the Tacoma. junior the squad. legion beam Hendry coached . McCleai-y Timber’s hoop war- mm, with Bill Taylor and Jess Andrirson in the van, squeezed through with wro~hour triumphs in birth halves of mile 'of the most Inmatlllg city basketball league seasons this nlan’s town has evict enjoyed. Sixteen play- ers, led by Bill Millikan» with 21.3 points. scored over 100 pomts during the schedule in the greatest olrray of high scor- ing the league has ever seen, :qeveral years ago to a. high spot in the snails championship sched- ule . . Wbrbisky was cal-riled on the Shelton Logger roster din-ling the last year the Log- gers went: in the Northwest base- ball league, but was dropped by Manager Frank Tobin only to later- heamie lan ace with the Olympia Sena.st the same year. Mel and Marv Morgan have a bet up that they’ll outscore each other in city basketball league . Marv plays for On the bowling front the L. 14. this season . . teélm breezed through to the city Wilson’s Cafe, Mel for McCleary league title with a, 12-game lead Timber . . . when Wilson's and over McConkey Pharmacy in the McCleary tangled Monday the commercial circuit, while the Old twins checked each other and, Mill held only a two-game margin you guessed it, held each other over Mason Cleaners in the wo- scoreless- men’s league. Bud Forbes led city There was a lot 0f baSketba“ league kegelers with a, season in- brains on the floor last Saturday d1v1dual average of 195 pins per night when the L, M. and Kimbel game. Rip Allen’s 182 was high' Oil tangle for in the L. M. line- for the commercial, and Hazel ups were Hugh Clark, junior high Ferrler hung up 163 for the best coach, Ned Snelgrove, Highclimb— m the feminine competition. er second team coach, and Walt As usual, Shelton provided a Hakola, past Highclimber second champion in the Northwest Inter. team coach, while in the Kimbel national Bowling Congress at Ta- lineup was Frank Willard. High. mmzl when Walt Snelgrovc and Climber varsity mentor. Indian youth, turned. out to be one has been playing with Valleyl M eat Specials. . . ONE GROUP OF BETTER DRESSES $5to$10 For Street and Afternoon wear. Values to $19.50 . Boucle Fabrics 20 Discount COATS ear Dept. . . .. UNION SUITS—halfprice 25¢ Ecru color in long sleeves and ankle length. Ages 2 to 12. Regular 49¢. BOYS’ UNION SUITS—half price .. . . . . . . . . . . 35¢ suit Nazareth quality with white rayon stripe. Ages. 2 to 12. BOYS’ DRESS SHIRTS-"half price . . ; . 25¢ to 45¢ each Mostly “Tom Sawyer” quality. Regular 49c, 69c and 890. “UNCLE SAM” FLANNELSHIRTS......................79¢ Regular 89c and 98c. Sizes 6 to 16 years.— CHILDREN’S BEACON F LANNEL BATH ROBES . . . 49¢ Small plaids in blue, brown and wine shades. 8 to 12 years only. Regular $51.29. GROUP OF CORDUROY JACKETS and SWEATERS . . . . . . .. . . 1/2 Price SWEATERS.............................59¢ Button front. Ages to 6. Were $1.19. 1.4.9 BOYS’ 100% wool fine quality crew and V neck styles. Sizes 28 to 38. $2.95 and $3.95 values. WOOL SWEATERS............. TOPACOATS—7only.....................8.95 Boys" its-yr. size, Mens' 36, 37, 38. Save from $6.00 to $18.50 on these coats. RAINCO-ATS 2.79 For men. Grey Herringbones and checks. Rubberized linings. Reg. $5.95 values. TRENCHCOATS........................1.49 Fields and tan colors. Showerproofed linings. Dressy and warm. Values to $4.95 HIGH SCHOOL BUG JACKETS.......'..................,1.49 Water-proof jackets for the students. Ages 8 to 20. Regular $3.95 value. WRITE RAINCOATS...................1.49 White for safety while crossing the street. Regular $3.95 values. 4 only. . Princess Lines . Belted Models . . Swing Skirts . . Swagger Coats . . . Polo Coats . . Frcize Fabrics Prices Effective January 3-4 LegsonoungMutton................lb. 18¢ Mutton Chops, rib or loin . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-lbs. 29¢ Mutton Roast, shoulder cuts . . . . . . . . lb. 121/2¢ MuttonStew.._...................‘....lb. 5¢ Pork Chops .. . . lb. 23¢; Loin Chops ~.'. . . . . lb. 25¢ Fresh Boneless Beef, cubed or ground. . lb. 23¢ Lute Fish, while it lasts . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. lb. 9¢ filiglgmfierring 10-lb kit 1.69 DrySaltCodBricks lb. 25¢ l-lb Skinless Wieners & qt. Sauer Kraut, broth 37¢ 'Armour’sColdCuts lb. 29¢ “Your Complete Department Store” Dry Goods Dept. . WOMENS’ BALBRIQGAN PAJAMAS and NIGHT GOWNS . . . . . . . . . . . House Wares . u u f Grocery Specials ermen‘s Mercantile Co. Where Quality Meets Price Thursdar, Januaiy 2, 1i : I Tll \— lntions 0f I Stare Thur cal Act Actl Omething 113‘ -"e shows will ham Theatre ' uary 9th, of alled a Com]: and Hollywol W} in which ‘ lmitate fam Stars. Persor 1 stars will 5 . rout of the C We in brand s with spcci 'r otman to o . Each pal ission into t , t of stage oting ticket a tbi'lk i best after ‘ local stars “5"5 viii bi ner. “050 entered *‘l’le revue ar [ale Je'ln Crlll ‘ey Clay, w _°v Patty Kill . . l Munslngwear quality. Many colors, all sizes. Values to $1.98. .3 33:3 enéel'ed "0 cvm CHILDRENS’ u BALBRIGGAN PAJAMAS .. . .4. . . . . . . . . . Values to 98¢. onald: Ro: TABLE OF 3’0 Gfizlénd; 0y : GIFT NOVELTIES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . choice}; is: Your opportunity to get small party favors at savings. Values to 98¢. Bobby wen COSTUME JEWELRY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . choi ’iafliig“fgi‘z: Bracelets, Ear Rings, Clasps, Pins, etc. Afr: Barbara CURTAINS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Half élfiirtféfifi; Panels, tie-backs, etc. :1 Oppelt a ONE LOT . Durand as Dean Paln PURSES and BAGS. . . . . . . . . . ..... . . . . . P Values to $2.98 3 eat? GFCBA oria “Sim as Linc sh 133sth E I E Ora-Ce 33422 TABLE OF A‘ihceBglE: HOUSE SLIPPERS . . . . . . . . . . . . choice 49¢ VVomen’s and Childen's felts, Satins, kids and shearlings. filgglflgth a. DRESS SHOES 1.95geeslrfuplgfisl Paris Fashions and Brown Built shoes in pumps, tics, calfskins, sucdes and ga‘, all- G All sizes from 4 to 9 and AA to C widths but not in all shoes. Reg. $3.95 to $ ith'; £51331 womst' 2-SNAP onnor and l GALOSHES...............'.........,...align-Wmt Medium and low heels in black and brown. Goodrich quality. , t5 of light WOMENS’ 3-SNAP Clue of the GALOSHES......‘............ Medium and low heels. Regular $1.50 and $1.95 quality. , WOMENS’ . aphsox «or: dis. la . v Medium and low heels only. Sizes 21/.) to 6 j is P110“) S CHILDREN’S RUBBER BOOTS thbggsg Sizes to 12 only. Regular $1.49 pair. CHILD’S WHITE . en Rathbu‘] ROCKET and MILITARY BOOTS . . . . . . . . "ntl‘ihfifc First quality grade. Sizes 8 to 12. . lgned to a. One With be ' ’ ' ' ’ "netgoodsn: they arrive -_ moms befor 6-INCH—-—Heavy Glass in the old popular “hobnail” or "cut glass" styles ject B t . 0 h CRYSTAL GLASS PLATES . . . . . . . . . . eahggafn plan Crystal Glass Tumblers 9¢; Crystal Glass Water Glasses 9¢~ ' 4' beehrsltlrg l r COVERED. CANDY DISHES . . . . . . . . . . . .ylaiiggflscig White China ‘ t Pl'es‘ CAKE OR SANDWICH PLATE—~special., 16-PIECE-—-with 4 Tumblers to match I! BREAKFAST SET ALUMINUM SAUCE PANS . . . . . . only 49¢ Heavy stamped pans with black enamel handles. 11/2 qt, 2 qt. and 3 qt. sizes. . CASSEROLES 19¢! Individual size with handles and covers. Pottery glazed in different colors. Prices Effective January 3-4-6 Heinz—large bottles RosedaleL-Zyz size Tomato Ketchup .... .. 2 for 35¢ Pears ...................... .. 2 ‘v i Libby’s Natural—No. 2 cans ¥gzollllfi°_¥3uttel. - 24 '\ Pineapple J ulce Candy Libby’s N0. 2 caps ORANGE‘and . Grapefruit Juice Your Chocolate Ch¢rrleS---- 1 ‘ Libb 's No. 2 cans Vita Food Tonyiato Juice .... .. ,Chome Dog and Cat Food 6 ca Libby’s No- 2 can§ \ 6 cans Boraxo __________________ __ 2 Grapefruit Juice . Soothing and refreshing in Libby's No. 2 cans Toilet Soap ______________ . 4‘ ‘ Choice of Wrisley's Toilette or Heathertone Skin Soap. M packed 12 in box. Tomato Juice 535"; Emporium—2 I/z size Solid Pack Tomatoes 4/ 45¢ Mystic Cleaner ...... _, 2 f Rosedale 303 size. 4 sieve. The perfect cleaner and p01 Peas ...................... .. 4 cans 37¢ Cut- Rite Asparagus .............. .. 2 cans 19¢ .Wax Fallen... 125-ft. 1'0, Hillsdale, all green cut. Buffet size Crescent Baking Powder .... .. lb. Staleys—-—in cubes Gloss Starch ...... .- 2 pit and large dish cloth New Quaker—1 cent Sale f Puffcd Wheat ........ .. 3 Sunshine Grahams bot Krispy Crackers for. 2-lb. packages 6-lb. can $1.01 3-1b. can 51¢ l Phone 305