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January 16, 1941     Shelton Mason County Journal
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Page Two‘ COUNTY JOURNAD W Bordeaux Cub Pack To Shelton Machinist Meet Friday Evening Taken by G.E. Firm "She regular monthly meetingif Mag? Liaiegfifggfmfiflr of the Bordeaux school Cub Pack; or" e in JS{*’:1t t _ is to be held this Friday evening- 90"” 0?‘1‘~U~mv 1‘ t ‘L on 0 machinist? joint iUnion Turns Out ‘ 1 Wedding Ceremony; SHELTON-MASON SHELTON-MASON couNii—lilURle * Consolidated with The Shelton Independent Entered as sncoml—cluss mailvr :11 the postof’l‘ice at Shelton, \Vashington Subscription Rates: Belfair Honors Newlyweds With ! Charivari Fete ‘lG-overnor llature Tuesday quickly settled the I, tion, The representation 0,: contest to prevent the seating of ‘, district, Senator Buick, and s January ., tWO tons i I D01: Cent of highways. .>y Thursday, January 16, m Contest lthe vote to side track the Quickly , 58 democrats in house and ljcined with the 39 l‘CpllIJllC By a vote of 97 to 45 the legis- support of Langnc’s mgal . \ ! , . . ' ' ‘n ‘ v i l no . I on . , .. v . .day, accompanied by, his family,1 , '7 I I , _. Governor Langlle and the new sentatives Savage, Lens .. $1,131,131 moéfiflaffi 3:3,, SCOUt i to accept a position with the Gen-i Union, Jan. 15 Those from {3}? MAIL: 1‘“ “HS” Cfluglfl' (Omsk? ”§_S“°llt;0” .01” {gel} Cf‘rrlg;xd‘5tf§"éct,illl By Mrs Gladys Irving head of state government was Ford, favored the contest ‘ . x l : , . V h an . _, .,".. Jll'l‘ year; i won ls, .‘ 3.0; 3 men s. or. <m‘elgn .‘ .0 per y.‘ ', .5 . . _¥ ‘1 i . . . , All Cube and parents of CubSieral Electric Compdny “t b‘hene‘ngnon Who attended the Bighop Il'eg‘ulzltions forbid residents of Sill-lion servud by city mail carrier from; unlonv Jan- 15- The DGV‘IY plomptly SW01“ Into his Offlu’r- 0“ IOSt 0111;- in the Bordeaux pack which is tady, New York, where he is to Sloblom wedding at Aberdeen last receiving; Illell' Journal by ‘mail. _V _ iweds, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Roeselle, — ~ w Spong’mred by 'the Bordea’ux P _T A ,be stationed for a year Observing Saturday evening were Mr. and , BY JOURNAL CARRIER: in Sill-lion, 2m,- ]‘I('l‘ month (collected by calrler) ‘who were married recently, were are urged to be present leompany technique before return- D ;ing to the Northwest as a trained representative for the big cern. Try a Journal Classified Ad—i and see the results! Specials for Fri., Sat. and Men. Grade “A” Large Eggs Zdoz. ' 21/2"le‘ 15¢ Gold Shield Coffee 2-l Sunny Jim A Mr . . . . 2élb. can 25¢. Pearl - . I an Shortening... Matches carton 15¢ A ssorted Candy Albcr’s CornFlakes 3pkgc.l7_ Del Monte Tuna can i _.___._— Grapefruit .. i/g—case 79¢ Doz. ................................................................................................ ._ 29¢ Wes box 892 Shopping Bag ............................................................................. .. __..__.__.____._. Oranges 1/2-case $1.4 Shopping Bag .......................................................................... .. 49¢ Guaranteed l I Fancy Bananas 4-lbs. 25¢ .A {Aldrich and Orre Nobles. 'were many there also who have} isummer homes here. _; “their future home in San Diego, :Consolidated Air Craft Company; '5 l Mrs. Merritt Stark left Sunday, " new c .lhavc been visiting Mr. and Mrs.. '37: returned to .Na‘ches a. few days ’ living in Shelton with Mrs. For-l 1 man while Dr, Forman is av'vay. 1but “you have never failed yet to ers. Merritt Stark, Mr. and Mrsi , Allan Howard, Mr. and Mrs. Frank; con- ihleyer, Mrs. Lucy Trout, Mr. and: ’ eMrs. Fred Short, Miss Eloise Flagg,’, lMiss Clara Eastwood, Mr. and ire. Lud Andersen, Lieutenant Aldrich, Mrs. Aldrich, Miss Janer Therel All acclaim] t to have been a most magnifi-‘ ent, beautiful affair. The bridal oupic spent a few days here at the Bishop home before going toi where Mr. Sjoblom is with thei for Four Lakes to visit her daugh-l I ter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Young and especially to see her granddaughter born Sunday} morning. llfli‘ Mr. and Mrs. Slim" Anderson have purchased a home in South Tacoma where they plan to move in the near future. Mr. Anderson : is employed in Tacoma, I Mr. and Mrs. Jim Addleman:l 'have purchased a home in Ho- quiam where they moved last Sun- , day. A coincidence is that the' home they purchased was owned: by Mr, and Mrs. W'ycoff' whoi now live permanently on the canal] a few miles east of here. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Morris who' Henry Morris for several VV€6kS,i ‘ag'o. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Morrist have both been quite ill with the, flu "but are both much improved. Mr. and Mrs. Nolan Mas-on are‘ The Masonic Lodge room is. Filow finished—the ceiling and Cclotcx, and the room is greatly improved. Mrs. Rose Roblson spent a few days this part week, visiting in Se- attle. i Miss Jean Rosen recently of New York and Hollywood, was the guest over the weekend of her sister Mrs. Edgar Bierbrauer and Mr. Bicrbrauer. FISH STORY The occasion demanded a. big; fish and a little fish, Time was' limited. Clara Eastwood got out her tackle boat, etc. Eloise Flagg told her the time of day, tide and' everything was wrong for trolling, get one when it was important.” iClara answered that she would: ’make a try of it as she wanted tovsee a neighbor anyway and would get exercise rowing. When i she pulled into shore at the neigh- bor’s her friend came down to meet her and when she saw her pulling in her line, exclaimed: “Have you been fishing this time of day—it’s too bright." Clara , told her to Eekginlthe boat where lay a 13—lb: salmon and a one- pouncer, just what was demanded for the occasion and no more nor‘ ldld she catch any on the return Ehome. This reminds us of the story of the two brothers who were great fishermen. One bro- ther always caught fish but the other one never did It was sug- gested that the brother who never caught fish, take the other bro- ther's fishing outfit and go fish- ing alone, which he did. He fish- ed for a long time in his brother’s favorite holes with no luck. He had decided to give up when a i large fish jumped out of the wa— lter and said: “Where is your ' brother today ?" At the last meeting of the Hood I lCanal Improvement Club, it was i decided to have a card party. The committee, Mrs. Vern Wyatt, Mrs. Harry Hess and Mrs. Frank Nose- {to have the party at the Masonic {Hall dining room on January 24. lcheckers will be played, and the public invited to attend what promises to be a nice affair. SEE norm: GODDAID AND CHARLES IU‘I’TERWORI‘H m “seconn .cl-Iollus." A Pflfuount new“ "You can't m of M-J-B'i' ‘a ke a MS"? "I dazzling” said Paulette Goddard. “I’ll prove it, replied Charles Butterwort/J. PAULET'I'E: Can’t fool me, l'harley. admit this cofiee is good, but that’s because you made it weak, the way .I like it. ’ CHAIN.va Skeptical, eh? Du- bious, eh? All right, I’ll make more cofiee ——.d0uble strength. T hen we’ll see. nouns: You weren’t kid— ding, Charley. Even when it’s strong, this coffee is marvelous—not bitter at all! CHAR m: Impressed, eh? De- lighted, eh? It just goes to show— you can’t make a. bad cup of M. J. B. WHY YOU WON'T MAKE A BAD CUP OF M. J. I. . . . Make your coffee with the some care and in the same way you have in the past. Two exclusive M. J. B. features—a richer roast— and double blending—will give you the finest cup of coffee you ever tasted. GUARANTEE. Buy a pound today. Try it for a week. If it's not the best you ever tasted. return the lid to the M. J. B. Co.. 665 Third Street, San Francisco, and. We’ll refund DOUBLE YOUR MONEY! DRIP GRIND. . .for drip or glass coffee makers REGULAR GRIND...for porcelain! or coffee pot walls having all been covered with! I : But the importance bf keeping a check on Ja- i lworthy, have made arrangementsi I‘Pinochle, bridge, 500 and Chinese clip . Hiclimbers Win, or $2.50 pm‘ year in advance. . given a charivari on Tuesday eve- Fubllshed every Tuesday and Thursday afternoon ' fining of last week. Every kind? ’iof noisemaker was used, and iafter a while treats were passedl iaround, all having a grand time, ' Mr. and Mrs. Sam Herrick call- Association l I led at the Harris home Thursday 1 ’of last week. i A ' Bob and Genie Stevens and‘ ,Doris May Mickleson have the measles, and are confined to their; homes with them, Mrs. Joe Bulduc and Mrs. Rob- ert Angel called on Mrs. Galavanl one day last week. J. EBER ANGLE Manager GRANT C. ANGLE Editor )lviilbl‘l' ul' \Vasliington NvWVSDapi'l' Publisllers’ and National Editorial Assocxallon. . i ——_— The legislature has proven the honesty and: fairness of its majority in quickly disposmg of the partisan efforts to rob Governor Langlle of his of-. Mr: and Mrs Verdon Savage! fice and b r a vote of two to one Tuesda made clear a and daughter Pat, and Allis Har-i . 9 iris from Skokomish Valley, visit—' that the conservative democrats and the republican,ed home folks m Sunday last minority will be able to steer a safe and sane course Mr. and Mrs, Chas. Irving and through the session just begun golfers. The so-called left Wing element was brought out urday evening. into the open and will hereafter be given no undue, dag} $313“ Igfipcggsl Sign 13%;! place in the settling of legislative questions or con-.Hamls and Herb_Lanlan, It was: sideration on their merits of importance to the state‘ Eggc‘fighagedifnh ‘1 basket and} and the people. The result should be pleasing toi Mrs._ Ross Wolf who has been! many more than voted for Langlie for it promises a g :ggkvvgiyupgggd soboggeafigg. more united front to work out the problems on a Wolf out again. i sound and conservative basis. prefigfigfewfgcgaggg iiufl‘él The importance of the choice of Langlie for Irving home Monday. i good, is shown in the fact that the governor controls ' —””—_ directly and indirectly all the bureaus and boards Dalrymen Urged l as well as nine—tenths of the employees and the‘ T M t F ! money spending of the state; and in his promise to. 0 89‘ r1 ay bring about every economy possible and insure care-i A, a meeting of the Thurston ful and honest administration of affairs. It is timeggollglntv Dtaliryrélen"; gsiocfation for the state to start sobering up. éafictelegigslhem'sucéeedainglalvg THE BOYS ARE ON THEIR WAY fmigyiicfl:Scull-wedge “93 Another meeting of this Organ-' _ _ . gization will be held Friday night, Last fall it is recalled that quite an issue waslianuéry 17v ‘1‘.th9.00u1‘th0u‘~‘3 6” _ . . [oheltun at which time Mason‘1 raised over the promise that no Amerlcan boy would 1 County dairymen will be invitedl be sent to fight overseas,” but the plot 18 thickening!EstJ(gmSteffi:urgflttggrgogggcfggugg and the promise needs watching. ibe presented at the State Dairy-i - , - ,_‘ ' _ mens’ convention will be discus;--| Partlculaily is this true Since. the two Oceania, also mm,“ legislative mat_, Navy has been expanded into a third, the Aslatlciters pertaining to the dairy indus— fleet, and there is no telling Just now how much of fig 1311,3315, attendance of Gwy- eur Pacific fleet and men are statloned 1n the Orient; Mow ~—~————ists 5a 38 er C—C—nt f n o , J. A" 0 Japan is troublesome and Russra needs a lot Of‘tax revenue inythe I318 states. a watching, net to speak of a check on the gOOd AmfiBY- “" “’ ican supplies which are being sent to both countries, : and some of which are no doubt filtering into Ger— many. pan, and helping England police Asiatic waters, mayl be appreciated when it is clear that the three mainl V products of Dutch East Indies, tin, rubber and quin- .. ine, are essentials in American preparedness. E l i THE BIGGES'F‘HEADACHE Among the many issues before the state legis- lature, and the one calling for more money with nol way provided, is that of old age pensions to all over years of age without much requirement. l Governor Langlie says he will try to find the state’s half of the $40 asked by the voters in Initia- tive 141, and it is up to the legislature to locate new revenue, although not fully mandatory. One solution seems to' be the elimination ofl some provisions which conflict with the federal re- , quirement of “need ” in order to get the needed. half, and the outcome will probably be something better than the present allowance. Of the several suggestion for “aising new reve- nues, none or all will meet the full requirement; and the bigvfight will come when efforts are made to the school, highway, relief, and the multitude of i « other calls for state taxes. . i CITY MARKET SPECIAL “A” MEDIUM EGGS Centennial FLOUR 459-le. . . . . 1.59 as engineer of the offense was the key man in keeping the plav slowed down to a. pace which: made it effective, and before leav- ing the subject of plaudits pass a few to Jess Phillips, a coolI looking sophomore who played! i End Loss Streak I1:Cohlinued fron; glayge‘dflfrtl‘e t was an en 1r 1 eren looking ball club in those Red and good ball all the way. Black uniforms Tuesday night. In the preliminary, the Monte- Playing a silow-mOVing offense lsano seconds won a 21 to 14 ver- against the Bulldog zone defense, ‘ diet. the Highclimbers kept control of, Friday Shelton }the ball a great part of the time. mond. goes to Ray-I The lineups: FIRST TEAMS Shelton (30) Montesano (21) made their passes count, a n d worked the sphere in for open shots close to the basket instead. of the “hope” shots they've been qu‘ls 11 -»F ---------- v- Drugge 3 attempting heretofore. Phllllps 4 ........... .. Bestl . ., Fredson 2 Moore 6 ' Change Deiensue, Tactics Dickinson 5 G Gama her 1 And defensively the Highclimly. McComb 4 Eric” 3 were miles ahead of previous} Subs. Shenanigans "Val. performances. This Coach Frank. ley 2. Monte. Thomps'on 3’ Willard attributes to a return tolJohnson’ Stamos’ Hekkinen’ Reed. man-for-man defense after a ran BUTTER FOMAY ' SUGAR ........................... .. HONEY __________________________ __ Sun. Jim PEANUT BUTTER CORN FLAKES .......... _. MED. IVORY ................ .. Sunbrite .......................... .. . 10-lbs. 56¢ 5-lbs. .. 3 bars 4 for Monday, January 20 ‘t l. 10:30 a. m. . Odd Fellows Hall OLYMPIA, WASH. 4th & Columbia or need mo but: liaise tickets, , . ask us for them CAPITOL CITY FORGING WOR Fifth and Water OLYMPIA 1 Mine. 2 dozen 3vlbs: ' P&.G SOAP 10 bars 35¢ CORN, PEAS, STR. BEANS 3 cans 25’ 39¢. 25¢ 25¢ 18¢ 15¢ 4 pkgs. Beef oil lb... ~V 7100 Fresh Ground . Hamburger Z—lb. 253 “Woods Clicks In Keyhole And.._to Warren Woods belongs‘ credit for the big first half lead which the Highclimbers built r r- v a .‘r The lineups: Raymond (26) Aberdeen ( 23) Spinach. . . . . Zflbs. 15¢. Leg Mutton, , . , . , lb. ther futile experiment with a zone SECOND TEAMS .. ’ Shoulder ' . early in the b C (2,, Shem (,4, Crackers . 2 lbs. 27¢ , ) V318 , All seven players use y each Koski ........ .F ______________ ._ Loop 5 P b 1 .- Willard played good ball. and all}Hcikkinen 1 Chase! 2-1bs. V ,q , fine contributed to the scoringnbut Reed 2 .......... Eddy 31 ' ‘ . ‘ to Ken Fredson belongs the lion's Gcrchak 6 .... Pearce. Leg 1 Ishare of game honorsdb'll‘hlei tow. Gallagher 2 .............. .. Gruvcr R . ,headcd junior was a ,1 a er on. c , defense and it was his work inlBAYMOND WINS 26-23 ‘VEGETABLES ' l (f. checking the fluslky Bllilldog clsn- VERDICT OVER ’CATS ‘ ;' ter, Moore, w ic1 rca y crac ed, Aberdeen, .Ian. 14.»(Special.)~~ i . , “" up the Montesano- offense. Ken Playing before a capacity crowd ' - 10"le° Shortemng . . . . 4"“35. played a near-perfect game in which was kept in a frenzy from .l ———_———— I keeping the Bplldgags from start Sto finish, Raymond’s bat- 7, EATING Pure Pork I ting the ball 0 Core m e tling eagullo defeated Aberde'ea, l" . keyhole and also came up with 26 to 23, here last night to tak: .2 Oranges 3 doz SauSage - - - . . 240$ the ball off both backboards con- first place in the northern divis- ' ' ' ' o ' ‘ , lsistently- ion standings , mes” "'—_ Sirloin Steaks . lb. 25¢ lup. Woods contributed eleveni oints as Shelton fashioned an 18, o 6 margin at the rest period; The blond‘junior was forced fromi the game on fouls in the first! minute of the second half. else Sheltd’n’s offense might have func-l t‘ ed' b tte in the last part of| Ion r lBEAT EAGLES, 27-20 Fortunately, however, that bigi l the game. lead was enough to survive a‘wild second half as the game tuméd.‘ I into a roughhouse. Jimmy McComb, the only sen. Graham 6 .... ..G ior' in the lineup, in his new role Siden .............. . Kal'liss '4 ...... ..F ............ .. Bezer 6 Miller 7 . Johnson 3 Hoffer 5 Nicholas Plato ........ .. Bowley 4 Gacek 10 G .............. ._ Silva 8 Subs: Raymond Rubstello, Ponzola. Aberdeen—Goldstein 2 HQQUIAM PRESSED TO Hoquiam (27) Elma (20) Stubb’field 3 ..F .......... .. Piercey 6 ,Klock ............ Jasper Clayton ...... Metsker IL. Wade 4 _. Winders Lemons doz. 19¢ Mutton Chaps . 2—lbs. Spuds 50-Ibs. 39¢