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Shelton, Washington
January 16, 1941     Shelton Mason County Journal
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SH. ON-MASON COUNT Page Six 4 LT FIRST BAPTIST (:11 .(4‘li 7,, Y ' x , 6th in the club room of the Bonds—lime}: from a visit. They return- L ~94, {‘9 r i. has” Briefs Of Hoodsport News l ' port gym, Each member brought a guest, so that membership and interest in the club will grow. J. 0. BMN‘, . All services scheduled times ""Ll'ill‘l i‘ Mr. Shows Activity Shelton Valley ed to their home in Port Angelcs Monday morning. and 1 Thursday, January 1 o'clock» Shiftfwliile C_ plays Pastime and DriS ware clashes with Ass on the nine o‘clock sh' m City Bowling League Resumes Play Friday , JOURNAL ‘30VVlCS. Bob Lockwood, Lee Dickinson, g“Peniiy” Reed and Richard Pierce Neal went skiing at Mount Rainier on Mrs. “Jack” Idle for three weeks due to the] cordial invitation f d rrhe picture given at the gym on 'Bz-andenburg and son, Richard, of Sunday. A fine time, but the I, 61: the public to V, . , r .. O M‘ T g i Friday evening, Ja’nuary 10th, wan St. Helens, Oregon, were in Brem- snow a little soft. (:hl'igtlylas holida g and the a nu ]| ‘ u“ services, it ill: ‘;"\’1‘,l}{ :1‘:)'§tm§Mlo‘: l k l‘Souls at Sea." “Spawn of thraierton Saturday visiting his par- Mr. and Mrs. Fred Dorfnei‘ of city association ybowling tollrnz-l some other (.1, will“: ‘;t"1]‘()vne"in'“ the North" W’ltl'l George {aft and 1 outs. On Sunday they were iin- LaGrande, were weekend guestsi mom, city league bowlers return, H 0 M Mum. our "‘ “ ‘ ‘ ' 5y Betty Mellie-l il)()r(!t.lly Lamour, comedy and, her guests of Mr, and Mrs. J. C. . of Mr, and Mrs. Charles Simmons to action this Frida" evening with? . *JlOltwr'rympmg‘i, plil‘pi Lit ' valley to the members of The Hood Chews-reel is! promised and will be I McKiel in Hoodsport. l i at Lake Cushman. MI“. and MTS- Paramount Theatre meeting; the Wk!" :5? make Shi‘ll‘m ‘1‘ ‘gz. .' 1,. "(\Vyingv' pp Hoodsmrt, Jan. 15_ , . . . ‘ ‘ which tolive :if L Sinker; S Wed_ Canal Jlllliml‘ VVOnlCIl’S cliib held 19311111?“ 0“ ’1’?“de Ovenm'g‘v Jam‘ Mrs, T. B. Smith left liis tiJames Gunther of Tacoma, also L, M. and Wilson’s Cafe tackling» L O N www.m- WC 5mm}: Vim . “of, itgciDva their first met-tin},r of the new um‘y 17 at ‘30 "I thl" 33m- to" Thursday for Long Beach, Cali— “51th fne’ms at Lake CUShm‘m Mason Laundry on the SCVCn‘ I; V co-operation in helper: , ‘ “.‘r’t‘ ‘Il‘L‘r‘III‘CVWVxlui [1] “,ps' ‘3' year at mp ‘mmm of Mrs, Eililowmg the busmess meetmgv f01‘nia., to spend approximately a on Saturday and SundaY~ .N ,__..,-. l out these 3m“ “’1' W“- {ljlllf 21:3,? Virgmisohn‘Taken“, Burnett in Potlateh on Tuesday lunChC‘m was served by Betty month visiting with friends, and M“ and Mrs‘ Don some an“ inmifii L" “,1 f)”, boring?“ of thlton ahd evening, January 7th. They dis- GOGdPaSter- Mrs- W~_ Ander'lenjoying the sunshine? ,C‘hlldm“, 5P9“? the Weekend In Convenient LV~N( may . A 5» p “c, i ;~ , rm), 81,0015 withson and Mrs. O. K. Lmscott, I . {Centralia With friends, i \ l\l'l(‘k‘lal’l(l of Hooosport were 9”“ C“ m” mi‘ . Charles S‘mmons and Ken Rd'th‘ i I “Slims (,f Mm SWHC Knee, fiber tops, and decnlcd to make Mr. and Mrs. Leo Johnson mo- bun were guests of honor at a Mr. and Mrs. Chris naiiiiiey, ~ L 1 Sunday ' D them at the next meeting on .lan— tored to Port Angeles Sa-tLlT-(lay'n/[asonic Dinner given on Thurs_ Bob Handley and Roy Handle ’ Reasonable i . Q , V ‘1. 1‘ I i,‘ iuary 21st, when thr- meeti will ECVCIHHK after closmg the store; to iday evening. They were guests returned January 5th from a, i ,. ,“" ” l”"b”“",‘,”. kw”, {’Jtp ,‘gm, be held at the mum: in see their new granddaughter, 10f honor too, at a. party given byl three weeks visit in Arkansas, .. “V”: *ii‘el 51‘” (l ‘d 1 1C 0‘ Hoodsport. Mrs. Fz'tw! (‘mnpion glfiuney Katherine, who was born the men of Lake Cushfimh at thC.Wlth their parents, They all '—"—’“ . l n Nit‘hmfili‘iallll' iii‘éiand Lorraine T’Hgt‘l i ll be host—{Satiii'tdaliy the liort Apgeles 01d Mm Tavern on Saturday eve. (“Eve bad‘ With ROY HandICY. I “,"l ‘ J. ‘1 " losses. It was . . we;hospi a. ’ e prom paren s, are mn . N M‘ K L _ w 0 brought back a 1941 Pontiac, ‘ n '1 .RObmSOn.‘ “almlwonld rend Mrs, i ‘li;, the Mu-‘Mr. and Mrs. \Vesley Johnson of hungwufiegggfingEileéwgaiftg, Club Coupe. Bob Handley is go- FOR EVERY OCVASION \ i . F If -(j;i:;:l:K‘f::(lillnjfi'“orlSon C(‘Hlnth inirnh 1w) :-11Y!!l,ll;l)i)l‘t Angelcs, formerly Cf TIOOQS- January “rherc they have to keep Roy's Pontiac Denveer anywnere ‘ (I‘ ’ l .V (it magpiuf. Exil- E{glziCIllizrlljrlliiigyfi‘lj$3128 now l}\();;,, 1 7“ I] I h ' Eileen prosnomd, too Start Work coupe. 350]] you“ ,y P x V 7:7 — ~i -' I" 5‘ 5 I: if I 'I', am 1 rs. Voyi xi son and icre on anuary 2 th. unwiwnv - . . _- I p ;,,,,1(J-1f:il,.lst.y Benn?“ The Hoodripoit (t:)r;:n"-rr-i.il (iiiiii children of Port Angeles- motoredl, ‘ Mr. and Mrs. Pat Dubey ofl Farmers own and operate 0m» south St- & L03" ASSOC. ilielrl their regular in .illily meet— to Hoodsport Sunday to bring‘brooklyn were guests for the fourth of an trucks. in the United Shelton Call 112-W Title Insurance “ .i‘vi Friday evening with Mi‘. on i‘v'londaty evening, .lrniiziry her mother, Mrs. W. R. McDonald, Weekend : H. l 11;» . ..l Mrs, \Viiltet‘ Cooke. , i 2:. his Fort, with a party ofi P“ ““ “""‘ j ‘ were over lrom ()iyni-l 3 the weekend for a! l Mr. and Mrs. iii A.) G A fl ES i l and Mrs. Robert Lovelace t and Bob and Gliniil Lovelace oil ir. , Mrs. Ilowurd l R. Phillips oil at Echo i a! n1 . and R. Mr. and visited i’l‘ncom i, .8011 Women’s, Children’s i“ \‘Jinsor and Dewey Brn~ tt inniiiitrs Sunday afternoon and is I l iing’, 1 Medium and low heels .‘vll'. and Mrs. J. A. Sliafer vis-l in block and brown Reg. ()er iiteil iday afternoon at Day“. quality. iton with Mr. and Mm. Gordon . McKay. , \Valter Cooke was a Visitor at Oll‘lfil‘.’ S ,: ,t‘ne lnscl brothers’ farm on Lake 111 3 Isabella Monday. 3.". i 1‘” nne and . . u a] d ‘115' Dan Bfi‘ tL 3-snap in medium and low heels. Reg. laine and Bob Bennett of Shel-l on spent Monday evening with to Dewey Bennett family. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace land from the Mill Creek h1‘.llllLy, and Mr. and Mrs. Harry , ular $1.50 and $1.95 values. 1 t 'nee- com- W omen’s, Misses . v , ,_ . i‘dccimkey from the Arcadiav . lRoad, visited Friday at tlye‘ ii-Iie’hlands with Mrs). Sivne Kncc- Sizes 3’; to (i only ................................................................................ _. he beseiiis of (2 unit ° if“; . Mrs. Clara Huntley of Shelton. Children’s who is in Shelton for a few weeks' i l Evisit with friends and relatives, ER 1 RUBBER BOOTS 98¢ ‘ This; $5333, 8 ,, _____________________________________________________________________________ H UTOMATIC WATER SYSTE]“*°“ L , Mrs. H. A. Winsor and family. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Shafer cele- l New A B C Plenty of pressure for iil1(;“Cr-l‘.illl, kiichen, laundry, 1 bra ted their thirty (Eighth wed- garden and livestock. Don't waste iii-m: with old- ding anniversary Tuesday, by fashioned pumping methods. Modernizt wiih a taking a trip to Taconia_ In the govening, their son—in—law and ; daughter, Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Gren— iberg. came out from Shelton. ibringing a prepared anniversary Tdinner and spent the evening with 3 them. i, Mrs H. A. Winsor and Ava and iUna VV'iriFor were the guests of BERKELEY £ET PUMl Mrs. Signe Kneeland at luncheon Exclufigve FemmeslTnesday, Mrs. Dewey Bennett inlso visited there in the after- noon. Mr. and Mrs. Charley Baker and daughter Jean, were visitors at the S. W. Cross home Satur- day evening. M Estella. Holman Tuesday evening at the Bennett home. Wilma Daniels is staying with her uncle and aunt, Mr_ and Mrs. Willard Hbgan, near Schafler’s Park, and attending school. quiet; BERKELEY Hydro-kt Pressure S)S(L‘m . . . economical, dependable! PERCALES 15¢ yard Guaranted color fast to sunlight and washing. 36 inches wide. Reg. 25¢ yd. Only on: moving part in deep well or sliJllow well models. Rugged simplitiiy insures long lasting life at lowest operaxing cost. Low firs: (05!, Approved for FHA and [FHA easy terms. \Yrizc {or I’lL“: folds: and name of neares: duals. 5 ER LE Al , Charger . . . noi.‘ leak packing . . flexible to var}, Eng water level 1 Table of Yard Goods Remnants ‘/2-Price 690 $1.00 value Regular visited Dewey MOTIF COSMETICS ea. 19¢ Rayon Satin Slips Sizes 32 to 44 High quality products equal to some of the best on the market regardless of the price. Choice of: Cold Cream, Cleansing Cream, Shampoo Hair Ton- lC. 'i? (DUPOl Milli. mmE Only 65% cents! out of the aver‘ ROEth lually goes for gasoline, the re— mainder being taxes. Values! and Savings! Never before offered . . . Furniture Glam 13.50 1 only Full-Size Bed and Chest of Drawers WILL BE HERE SllliMl’, JANUARY 19 Most of proceeds to be turned over to Mason County “Fight Infantile Paralysis Fund.” 2 pieces only .......... .. to match. Mexicom Rancho finish. 1 only 4-Piece Blond Maple Bedroom Suite With Box Spring and Mattress. $119.00 value, only Poster Beds Walnut finish. $12.50 value, only ................. .. Early American or 3 PIECES Brown Metal Bed " 9.45 with Coil Spring, 40-lb. cotton mattress. Full or twin. Regular $21.50 value. 5-Piece Breakfast Sets Red‘ or blue trim. $10.50 value, only .......................................... ,, 1 only value, only .................................................. ._ 1 only Axminster Rug 9x12 size. $39.50 value ...................................................... .. 27.45 V! Z \ .. , ,\,,. .i 1 only Chenille Ru r 9x12 size. 34.75%alue, only .................................................. .. T 5—Piece. . 9, lg Unfinished Breakfast Sets 6 .- with hardwood chairs, only ...................................................... .. . ALL iM Unfinished Chests 5 ‘7“) (‘AM Large 6-drawer size ............................................................. .. Only . GAMES LOST 1’28. . .197 ,- Unfinished Chests 3 é. 7; 7) 5:: (AND “S‘SI‘QGYR‘EWMING‘ '-'~: 4-drawer, only ..................... ...................................................... .. . , , ., " 37- in—uv, E mm .4 - ‘- ' Silo ‘9’ GLOBE TizHofiERSARE,‘ Unfinished Desks 4 LUCKY; VISlTORS HERE AQNN. only ............................ .................................................................. .. THRE‘Q‘ETEE‘A‘HsSWSM m mm W, Y a... ! Unfinished Hardwood Chairs 98¢ TWO GAMES I Each only ...................................................................................... .. 2 :30———Fast Preliminary l R.R.R.’:z; of Seattle vs. Shelton Town Team 3:30—GU ‘iBE TROTTERS vs. Pantorium Pirates Gi':!it.‘l'f‘l Admission 50c; Students 25¢ -w—A" flfi w-a .....——._.___..._ Lumbermen‘s Mercantile Go. Your Complete Department Store — “Where Quality Meets Price.” of Mr. and Mrs. Tommy States, says ‘Success'ful Farming.’ r Stevenson lmartment I- Council Pa Resolu We Redee . Orange&Bl 1. SURPLUS Food 305 is the phone number! We’re waiting your phone order, so you can stock up on t. , bell ringing food values! All quality fo£f°iiiiiffi they’re attractively priced for today’s shop (ti—“n. E. 81 —-so ring our bell and we’ll deliver these . “om $17 priced bell-ringers. 1 ChiEque: V creased fro] Prices Effective Fri, Sat, Mon, Jan. 17, 1. “Pen-‘18 to $2 Sunshine KRISPY CRACKERS "th office“. Sunshine GRAHAMS 55¢ 01' William 9d yesterday of all city a. the council, session of th ‘ I hUX‘Sday eve a resolutior these two i istrative aft: y the follovi {Hg salaries: Ineer _, B‘ “S. salary in ' per month, Fisher’s '5; npage m . onth (r Blend Flour Sega-uh ty POliee :3: by civil $25 per m lormer salar 2-lb. Family Size Boxes BOTH .............................................. ._ Nobility Cookies 241/2419. . Who BOX __________________________________________________ _, Bag c 133%???“ le Flg Bars ............. 2-le 25¢ 1152 White or Whole Wheat F°r 1¢ “We‘ve a 2"b' per month' changed frc ’_ Xpense to s Auditor G Fisher’s Pancake Flour! String Beans .. 3 cans 25¢ Valley Brand—No. 2 cans. B U T T E R Reliance COffee "V? De: gily rai Wild Rose. 91-score. Vacuum Pack 3‘lb5'a adgugilgle'n Tomatoes 6 cans 65¢ Lb. ......... .Q ....... .. 37¢ S . S d azaliasrifs W] Emporium Solld PackmNo. 21,45. w Else! B u S """ fl gh the OPE: . . puc ox .lhaeh was 1 1 Matches ...... .. 6 boxes 17¢ _ G S P 1 1- 9 , ar alpmdayi Western Made-Seaport. Spemal A Large Locals a m01ve """ " il meet'to Toilet Soa . " , e mg P 2 Doz. ......... .. 59¢ " _ gclgck. i ,. r . . scrum :r eas ------------ 12 cans 99¢ Snowdi'lft ...... 6 . °t “$5396? Shortening, 3-lbs. 51 fifefiby the Wesson Oil __________ g For Cooking. Sound Brand—No. 1 cans BROOMS 4-sew—Good Quality Royal Gelatin __ 12 for 59¢ Each .............. .. 39¢ Desserts and Puddings. JUICES Tomato Juice 3 for 25¢ Rel. or Libby’s No. 1's. (4602 21¢) 55¢ 11' a Post 1 GET THESE Ball—Bea! Ever-Sharp. 'Scissoi “satin; FOR ONY 2 SUNBRITE Mayor St? 3 cans Orange Juice ...... .. ea. Amita No. 1 cans Orange-Gr’pfr’t juice 10¢ Reliance No. 2 (46-02. 23¢) 9¢ ‘ eewly appoi , , ‘0 meei l'elative u . care of by ’ 0 Water . equested t] _follOW up "lance. asl .‘ t0 s and the e Lemons .. . . . . doz. approaches Sked the st . lgate s {ind mak< t10n to b vement. Grapefruit Juice .... .. Reliance No. 2 cans .1 Grapejuice ...... .. pint 21¢ Concord, Tea Garden (qts. 39¢) SURPLUS 14W SALE 0 Bargains in Health for you! 0 Better times for our Growers!!- ENJOY PLENTY nowu ' I, 10-le. 33¢ box 99¢ Home Beauty 103g:- MBAT SPECIALS Ave. weight 3% to 4 lbs. Take two at this low price!! lb. BEEF ROAST lb. ’ 21c ROAST YOUNG MUTTON lb. 12%c SHORT RIBS STEER BEEF lb. 15c Picnics .. lb. 21 Fresh Morrell’s fine quality, Eastern cured. ¢ isalmfln . Home— ured. Smoked with ma 1e wood. Sliced Bacon lb. 28¢ c ' p Skinless Morrell's, derinded. Wieners, Bologna lb. 23¢ , Qéiartei; Iklams . .t. . 39:6 Lute-Fisk .. lb. 9¢ t Polish Ring to ea . Pure Lard or . . Sillglillltghn; 3;.lbs‘ 19¢ distiiis pint 19¢ Large size, think skinned juicy Oranges 3 doz- Tree ripe, medium size in shopping: Grapefruit doz‘skanl Sunkist, seedless 1e Bananas 4-lbs: S H“ Firm, ripe, green tipped fruit 1 Fri., Sat, Jan. 17 & 18 Steer beef, blade cuts. Phone 305