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January 2, 1941     Shelton Mason County Journal
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l . ‘ 0 ———-—-.V Sl lEl .TONJVl ASON . illlllllnllil Stilts iiiljlliiiiili’ llljljlllll) , inn Loss; l’aIVI‘ 'l‘ll l'l‘C cowrv JOURNAl: Yeir End Briefs Accident'Vehicle Was . V (V H.1ppenings In Not Ollned by Rayonlel , 1t ( In reporting a traffic accident Shelton Valleyl * between cars driven by Kn ute Skaar of Shelton and Charles Met- By Una “'iilsor Sleiton Valley, Dec. 31. 7— The calf of Morton in the previous edition this week The Jouinal was ‘ in error in stating the vehicle hit-Clezis'y Hangs '(p 4th Straight, I' fly-‘3! regular meeting of. theI operated by Skaar wash Rayon- I 4.“ p,“qu Digital? String ,C‘Y'Itig-e in the new year Will be ier truck. The machine was; 1" Monday Games IThllI'sday evening of next week, Skaar’s private car and the mis-, JHillary 9. Those officers not ln- S'm’liled at the Pomona meeting in Detember, will be installed, and it “" 7“” "7- take in identifying the vehicle was l made when Skaar listed the Ray- ‘ o-nier Federal Credit Union as CITY BASKETBALL LEAGUE \‘V L PF PA I) , Vv. ,, fa Te, Arthur Johnson Skokomishi 11'“ anc‘ “mm ml b' Valley, was admitted to Shelton. Charley Baker has been qliltei Hospital New Yemns nck again with a relapse of the medical treatment ,Iiu_ but is now able to be up andl ..w___m--._.WEED.--._-_ From baby to granddad each age benefits by the Ilhout the house- ;v1talnl:l value or milk, as a food and beverage. J. F. Bennett and Mr. and Mrsn , land Bob of Shelton, visited onel l ' FORRESTS lift r52? careers-2.; FLOWERS and Mr. and Mrs. Charley Baker. Mrs. ‘Hazel Healey and daugli—l , ter Ann of Olympia, spent the! 1 Christmas IlOlldELVS at the homei FOR EVERY OCCASION of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. Delivered anywhere A. Rutledge. They returned to" the Capital City Sunday after—il 222 South 10th St. ' Call 112-VV ‘ Games Tonight I l 4.}: Daily 39, L. M, 26. I l 7Jl‘iilyulllel' vs. 1-13. 3. .L_ M vs. Wilson‘s. 9....NICConkey vs. McCleary. Games Saturday 7.-..Rzlyonier vs, 'Wilson’s. 8.. .Kimbel Oil vs. 4-E. gmMcConkey vs. L. M. (frames Mon-day 9~»L. M. vs. Kimbel Oil. 10 Almh‘ Dairy vs, Wilson’s. Games Thursday 3,. ill-E Dairy vs. McCleary. S) 'I’IilYO’lilt‘l' McConkey. h____ l Kimbel Oil scored a 23 to 14, lViCl.()1'y over McCunkey Pharmacy _'_‘,' :1 bruising city league basket! 3. 1‘ ball fracas Monday night nlarke4 3; ; “circuits”; _____________ it; 1 20] 159 , iii! loped all the members» will make possessing title to the machine. ' l _‘ , Kinny-,1 on . ,, .,,5 2 23.; 167 I arret‘fort to be out. ~~~~¢~~ I 1,, AU xiictjlmiry ........ .. ..4 3 :97 179: iii-s. Veal'l Bennett and chil— , TOT IN HO‘SPITAL (it h. “ammo: ................. .,2 3 126 l46ldrm Earlyne and Bill visited at Shll‘leyi. 3' daughter of Mr- and, " -—" “'il rin‘s ('zli’t‘ ...... ..l 5 H5 177 l the J, A. Sllafer and Winsor homes Mr5~ Manon D§yettfa- Wits admlt' f I . ..C, ‘ " L. M. .. .. .l 5 I36 211l0§e afternoon 1ast week, ‘ ted :o'IShe‘lgon' Hospital ior neat: £10 0W lucl MORE YOUR “ . "31“ “BTW-V I Mr, and Mrs. R. R. Phillips of me“ “e” a." _____W a . LS VILLBUV A '— ‘i‘fccfo‘lt‘glz‘gglmbg‘ 14 'Shelton and Mr. and Mrs, Walter LAD GOES To “(RPITAL - I 0“ 0 v ands Centurv Ammo ‘ c \e) ‘Q’Oke Spent Chmstmas eve at. Ronald 7 son of and Mrs l at) ' E5110 F‘arm with the Dewey Ben- of I I Day for l .6, ‘ Bluiig 12-02. H Almdliia 12-02. “0, 6 hyng __________ .. Keystontll’lacal'oni.. lb ” Snghetti lb. Small Wits Beans. lb. Ida Red, lex. Beans lb. Kellog‘g’¢(‘,orn Flakes fDan Bennett and children Elaine; You Reid more. l l l l l l l 4-E Dairy Desire pple Ri.n~gS---- i Domestisardines l/I,S Finlgaya Victory'Mg FOOd ---- ~- l --, ----- , Rock Dl Blk. Pepper 55¢ .:.‘i.,i:,:::::_ Dinettereg, Salad 10¢ 1:55 I Whole little] Comm 10¢ '4‘ Lights lobes __________ .. 10¢ IiakOta omatocs llls’f ROCk Dl Spinach 10¢ Rock Dt Sauerkraut 10¢ B, B. HQ gauge 3 {01‘ 10¢ Golden 5min}. zl/z’s 10¢ ~ Diced Ci‘ots .. NO- 2 10¢ Butler fearls .......... 10¢ Egg Nodes... 14«oz.j10¢ Kidney sans .......... 10¢ Booth Sdineg ........ -» 10.9" 103; ‘ 10$ 10¢ Penthou Raviolas .. Aunt Dltll Molasses B H Vlilgar (ll. Lakota laclles No. 1 ‘ Thlll'StOIPe‘ars; I Hel'Slleyal-S 3 for Firell'eeqoney 8-02. Eagle and Milli Whiffs (Meat 8-02. __. \r ism? & PEPPER SHAKER SET! h shaker 5 inches high contains 2-oz. BLACK PER. Choice 2§¢ ‘ Red, Blue, Pink Large PkQ- . Green ....... __SET . . 1 31¢ : ugar 10-lb. elm bag 55¢ "lk ........It31128¢'\ _, ,Flour 49-lhack 1.59 I} . can 18¢; 3-4. can 49¢ ‘ 'am CraCke‘ lge. 29¢ linso . . . h 25 _r125-ft¢f19-ft23¢ gux nan??? , x Paper . lOll-ft 9¢ ,ux M93315; ll ' - 1: .. . lb. 5M Filth Produce , 50 f8? C‘lRFi-TS 2 ha. l5¢ BAIINAS .......... .. .‘l-lhs. 19¢ CR-Ainlllllils lb. 15¢ _____________ __ gins. 10¢ l. ARTinoinls. (3.11.1093 g. I. 2 idshield and checl‘ “" Rind off: A(‘ NM r1125 V) '0. H I W All” ‘; ———_/"""" W“ ..— Plen'ty of Parking Space 'I l same time l victory stri . l TILCC. I :10 to loud. I lhlsld ,, i then Bill Taylor, Bill Levett and ' ‘ Dan Cormier all broke away for . ing was evenly divided among iSmith rang up nine of ~. l key's tallies. l ..l llle l l l , p; l timber-men l 1L. l l :. lMeClezliry (23) l 25‘ Mel Morgan '3? l-’}ihsnn ll ., I discussion v { Secretary Wins-ton 1 Tie OilCl' will placed the first lgolled mark on the pharmacistsl record for the season and at thel extended the Kimhell l to five straight. The I oilcrs mow lwin for McConkey’s would have [put the. pharmacists three fu 11 iganicm lll front of the first half flair—linking- Struggllc ; Playing with only five men, the ‘Kin’lel quintet trailed through the ’f‘irst half until just before the -gun when a basket by Bill MC. Comb gave the ultimate victorS 3 Throughout the third period and until three mm. lites from the finish the Kimhels a three-point margin, but baskets which widened the final edge to nine points. Kimbel Licor- plnyers While McCon» Pete Roberts- dumped in a bas- ket with 15 seconds to go to cli— . max an uphill struggle which brought McCleary Timber a 23 to ,21 victory over Wilson's Cafe in opening encounter. It was McCleary's fourth win in a row. Wilson's moved out to an early lead, 6 to 0, in the first Guarter, and 11 to 3 at the half, {M the ' kept plugging along and finally knotted the count at l 21 just before Roberts sent the ..f I Vltfiliir'y counter through the twine, The llashers missed 12 foul Shots which easily could have turned the tide. Dairyniizn Torrid ; 4-H Dairy couldn’t miss in the opening quartet" of the final bat- tle of the night and built up 1‘ ten-point lead befOI‘e the L. M- got its bearing?» then coasted Itlirough to a 39 ll) 26 decision. Jack Case,‘Mel Gibson and Art Clotier scored 31 POlnts amongst Ithem for the milkmen. The Vic' . .tory snapped a three-game losing streak for 4-13 and extended the M.’s defeat string to four in a row. The lineups: First Game Wilson’s (21) Marv Morgan ..F .... _. D. Daniels 2 Schermer 2 Madilen ,,,,,,,,,, ..C .......... u McCann 8 (Hamilton 6 .... .-G ............ ,. Kelly 4 Roberts 6 ...... ..G .... .. K_ Wilson , Subs: IWCCICary\_Lambe1-t 3, “Watt 6, J. Bednarski. Wilson's "13- Cole 4. A- Daniels. .-; I Second Game a IKiirilrel Oil (23) l‘lcoonkey’s (14) iLevett 6 G, Smith ~. I’Tavlor 6 ________________ ._ Steele :V’I'illard P. Smith 'COZ‘mier 5 ,,,,,, ,, Viger 1 'MCComb 6 .... ..G ............. ,_ Eacrett Subs: Kimb31\—none. McCon lfi’y‘stllsscll 2. D, Wilson. L. M. (26) . Hutchinson Fredson 6 ........ .. Driver 11’. Cloutier 2 ..G“ Elliott 4 A. ClOthiCl' 10 Cum" Snelgrove 6 Subs: 4-E—B. Armstrong 2. L. MAG. Hanson 2, Hakola. ,l _ Third Game 1 "LE Dairy (39) -l 1 Case I l 10 =3 ’4—H —C 11b Action 1_. From Southside Southside, The South- side 4‘H club is manning a New l Year'S Party in honor of the other 4-H Clubs- Of Mason County, This party is to be held at the new Southside community hall for 4— 171 members only. At the club’s last meeting a for having a Mason County 4-H camp at ’I‘wanoh State Park the latter part of July or first of AUgust was. held. l The Club membership new con- sists of PFCSident Robe‘l‘t Eads, Vice-President Chester Evans, Asche, Club Reporter Donna Hoffman, Jess lAru:he, Dwain Cracola, Floyd God- win, Adair Hoffman, John Hoff— man, Shirley Hoffman, Vernon , iHol‘l‘man. Kenneth LaMarsh, Ver- non LaMal‘sh, Walter LaMarsh, Harold Lambert, Thelma McGee, Tom ROlJOFlson, Dick Rutledge, " l Kcith Sfltlerthwaite. Teed Satter- .’ lthwaite, Al't Weldon, and Walter \Vuldcil. 3 NEW YEAit'lN‘sEA'rTLn Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Sutton eli- ! job/ed. New Year's Day With “31— 4“ch ill Seattle. \ ON CALIFORNIA TRIP Mrs. Ida Kirkand and Mrs. I Franky lir‘l‘ricr of Shelton left here .' , New 30MB Day for ll ten-day trip to California. up to within a. gamel tor the league leaders, whereas a ley Baker home. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Grenberg and son Rickey and Mrs. Bob Ramin of Shelton enjoyed Christmas Day [with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. ,J, A. Shafer. Bob Ramin was a lunder treatment for the flu. Ardice Bennett and Helen Rob- !inson, who has spent the past [week at Echo Farm, visited Sull- day afternorln at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Vearl Bennett. 1 W. B. Robinson of Shelton spent 1 Christmas Day at Echo Farm with er-s. H. A. Winsor and family, During the afternoon and evening Mr. allr Mrs. A. W. Robinson and son Clarence, Mrs. Frank Gordon and daughter Helen, Mr. and Mrs R. E. Grenberg and son Rickey and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Robin- son of Shelton, were visitors and lcallers there, also. Fred Diehl, Jr.. of Shelton, and lnett, the latter staying over until Sunday. , Mr. and Mrs. Frank VVandell of (Shelton were guests of her sister, 'Mrs. H. A. Winsor and family ,at dinner Sunday. Mrs. Walter Cooke visited at Echo Farm that after- noon, also. l George Kneeland returned to as the schools there opened again Monday. December 30. ' Mrs. Clark Bosch and her neph- ew, Ronald Chunkweiler of Me- Cicary, enjoyed lunch with Mr, and Mrs. Veal-l Bennett Monday. 501' and Mrs. Dewey Bennett visit- ed there. and thev also called on vtrs. Melvin O’Brien. Helen Phillips and Willard Ad- ams of Dayton were visitors at I the Dewey Bennett home Monday ‘ evening. , and Mrs. J. A. Shafer were VisIltors in Seattle Friday, making the trip with Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Grenberg of Shelton who return- ed Mas-ter Rickey to a kindergar- ten there. Roscoe Stowell of Tacoma was a ViSltor at the Winsor home Monday afternoon. He had driven up to see his uncle, Alvah McKib- ben, a Matlock pioneer, who was taken to the Bayview Hotel in Shelton for treatment, following a slight stroke suffered Christ- mas night. TOT HOME FROM HOSPITAL Jackie Munro, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Munro, has been released. from Shelton. hospital for further re- cuperation at her home. 41/1-year-old WEEKEND VISITORS Hank Chamberlain and Miss Betty Dews. students at Belling- ham Normal, were weekend guests at the home of his mother, Mrs. Jack Munro, here. 6 R A ii A M l THEATRE SHELTON. WASHINGTON ——____. Two shows every night Starting at 7:00 P.M. Matinee 2:15 p.m. Saturday ' and Sunday- Adm.. 10¢ and 25¢, plus tax (State 2¢; Federal 3¢) Tonight 15c Nite Richard Arlen Andy Devine , “LUCKY DEVILS” ' and Victor McLaglen “DIAMOND FRONTIER” Jane Withers iii “YOUTH WILL BE l SERVED” ‘ | Friday Saturday Sun. - Mon. - Tues. ' Mature “CAPTAIN CAUTION ”‘ Victor Benton City the last of the week,’ noon. . ‘ " iby hard, at times even viciousl Mr. and Mrs. Dan Bennett andl 0.. r , ~. lchecking, in the feature game (If Elaine and Bob of Shelton. were Shelton POSt Tmtles p ‘5 Jcl la triple header which saw thl‘illsiguests of Mr, and Dewey , . . hushed out i'ioln whistle to go -'Bennett Christmas Day. In thel __ < “ Bronn Sgal -------- dc j , in all three games. mg afternoon they called at the Char- ‘ r- ) patient at the Shelton Hospital,‘ four Gene Stark of Union. spent Sat-l southpaw George urday afternoon with Gordon Ben- } l l l l I 1 In the afternoon Mrs. H. A. Win-I Mr 5 l l l l l l l l I l l l l, l l l 1 l l l l .‘,.‘ . g j .l y. We Glady Redeem Orange and Blue Food Stamps (New list of approved Surplus Foods is now available) JANUARY SALES DRIVE \ We are starting 1941 with a series of 86 Days F L O U R spectacular sales that will have every Kitchen Cl'aft——the original food buyer in town talking. We are out to build up our sales, and frankly, when ‘ Jan. 3 you glance over this list of food values home-type flour. Jan 9 you will agree that every household bud- 24V2-lbs- 494135- . ' ' get could benefit by filling up the pantry Incl. , right NOW! a * Save on Fruit Juices * Sunny Dawn Tomato Juice, giant 46-02. tin .......... ._ 18¢ Bruce's Natural Orange Juice. 12-02. tin ...... ..4 for 25¢ Town House Grapefruit Juice—natural. 18-02. tin 7c Libby’s Natural Grapefruit Juice, 18-02. fins 2 for 15¢ Bruce’s Orange and Grapefruit Juice, 46-02. tin 21¢ Libby's Fancy Pineapple Juice or Doles, 12-02. tin 7¢ EDWARDS Vacuum packed coffee“ reg- ular or drip grinds. . 1-lb. Tin 2—lb. Tin . 2r 5r Sale of Dried Fruits * a..- Libby’s California Prunes—med. size. 2-lb. ctn..... 15¢ S U G A R California Med. Size Prune,4—lb. celloDhanc ........ .. 21¢ . 1 l r, . Dromedary Dates—pitted or regular. Reg. pkg..... 12¢ Ednvsf‘m glanuldwd m Market Day Seedless Raisins, 4-lb. carton .......... .. 20¢ co ‘1offbgs' 254,15 Fancy Dried Peaches—in cellonhane. 1-lb. pkg._._. 12¢ ' ' Extra Choice Black Figs—24b. cellophane pkg. 17¢ SS 1S6 ' 0 Min; Fatted Veal BEEF STEAK Guaranteed Quality .......................... .. lb. Link Sausage. Picnics Bacon Squares" Wieners 4 -lbs. Sausage Spare Ribs .. . . __'____,___—— Farm Fresh Produce I FANCY BANANAS __________________ _. lb. 5¢ SUNKIST LEMONS ____________ _. doz. 19¢ EMPEROR GRAPES ........ __ 2-lbs. 15b UTAH CELERY ...................... _. bu. 10¢ CALIFORNIA CARROTS .... .. bu. 5¢ LARGE CAULIFLOWER ...... .. ea. 10c Sugar Belle ...... .. tin 11¢ Fancy blended peas, 20-02. tin ' Cream Corn tin 10¢ Country Home bantam, 20—02. Whole Corn ____ .. tin 11¢ Country Home bantam, '20-oz. Duchess ............ .. qt. 23¢ Finest salad dressing, fresh eggs Spread ........... qt. 35¢ LARGE LETTUCE __________________ __ ea, 5,. “I?” B°x Sal‘dw‘ch {Spread} REPACK TOMATOES ____________ __ 1b. 10d. gbilfsniiai";;iiaj1.23319M TEX-AS SPINACH .................. .. lb. 5&- Salmon- .......... _. tall 13¢ YAKIMA NO- 1 SPUDS .... __ 13-lbs. 19¢ McGovern's Alaska Pink. l-lb. N0. 2 ____ __ '50-le. Federal ...... ._ tall 34¢ or Cherub evap. milk. M‘s-oz. BUTTER ........ __ lb. 38¢ Tasty Pound (subj. to nlkt.) EGGS ............ __ doz. 28¢ Med. Grade "A" (subj. to mkl.) FRESH BREAD 0 Julia Lee Wrights sold fresh daily. 1163i 9“' 13¢, Shopping Bag SPECIALS; ORANGES Large. tree ripened 28 for .......... ._ 49¢ GRAPEFRUIT Calif. Med. size 141 for .......... ._ 29¢ APPLES Extra Fancy Winsape 10-lbs. .......... _. 39¢ Lge. ll/J-lb. l .> :g.———.—__—— ———___.—____—_._—_._——__——_——————— ._.._..._. .,