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January 23, 1941     Shelton Mason County Journal
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Sally, January :71". 104‘] for th S""TAL PATIENT Y1 set b Bacmand. Simpson Log-l57t1‘mg- l 1-10: “Yes, 1 started on a shoe . of M?L pally emplo e, was ad? r. v I dorm n, to Shelton yhospitul last” will“: “And did you wavered?” L1 L03? ‘ r medical care. ; He: “No, rho slapped my face." ng‘s o loaned ’ "’“ 'T" T “7: l LegioéI *- 1 ho nee ' R 1 ) i cannot: T ADE IN YOUh OLD m SUCCESSOR TO THE WASHING l l E I Shown Above) 111‘ Old Washer is Worth . iceofBendix ,ndardModel 111' Old Washer is Worth . endix Costs You ....... 3- W. SOPER _. H ER]! ARE SOME FACTS about Ford Labor. ; 1139u4lgng the year ended November 30th .1 U ., the Ford Payroll throughout th‘ . I nited States averaged 113 628 h e llver, wage earners, not including ofli curly ._ plOyes’ students, or executives. Thece em- paid $185,105,639.12. On this basilswel‘lie average annual wage was $1,629.05 ’ t e , According to the latesr available govern ment figures, the annual average Wage of V all workers in employment covered b . old age insurance law was $841.00 y If the 45,000,000 workers of this ecu received the same average wage as 1:"er employes, they would have had additiogir l Wages of more than tha mcfeasing the national income aibous , 50%. Think what such an increase would mean to the workers of this country and . to the American farmefl Whose Prices 3 ,I‘ based on the national income. re 'ic Wage scales in the Ford Rouge plants are . , . . . . ‘ leIded into three classrficationsz Umleilled . . . Minimum hiring wage . 75c per hour Semiekizzed . . . Minimum hiring wage . 80c per hum, Skilled . . . Minimum hiring wage . 90¢ per hour Higher wages are in consideration of ability and years of service. VI, ’ 1 Minimum wage scales for unskilled labor , p at the Rouge plant are the highest in the lcfldusu-y_ Top wages for skilled labor tfimpare favorably with, or are higher P» an, wages in other automobile plants. NOW some facts on Ford labor conditions: 1310‘ 9!}1y are sanitation and other health 0ndlt10ns the best in the industry, but I , . 0rd 3180 leads in safety devices for the ’ ' 51, fhl'f’t?0tion of employes. Proof of ' 15 18 found in the following com- lTCH iNDAIl-‘L “ll? , "True Folio \ Phone 16 WASHER ON a NEW ll ' Saw", Luxe Model .. . . . . . . . . . . $18950 helton Electric Co. M0Tou Ii'it'. and McMinnville, The bride is Shellfish Girl McMinnviilefl Bride 7’ hiss. uouglas angle ole Hut-V d; liUlu; u; minim.) in Oregon, after their marriage in that city January 12. the former Miss Betty Sexton of Shelton, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Sexton. l Reed high school in the class of 1938, where she earned a wide reputation for her musical ability. at McMinnvillc during the 1939-40 term, taking part in drarnatlcs and music actively. (Courtesy McMinnville ’1‘elcphon'-~R<:gistcrl ! SILIELTONdl/TIASON She was graduated from Iran: 8. She attendch Lil-.r'ield College MACHINE! l . 25.00 . $164.50 . $169.50 . 20.00 . lober parison of compensation insurance costs: The national average rate in automotive manufacturing plants as compilted by the National Association of Underwriters is ‘in excess of $1.50 premium on each $100 payroll. The Ford cost of workmen’s , Harney {First Alternate, and Robert L. O. iKelly. 1910 Water pia, Second Alternate Naval Academy ' Nominees Named street, compensation is less than 50c. This indicates that the chance of injury ‘in a Ford plant is much less than in the average automobile plant. The Ford Motor Company has no age limit for labor, and in fact deliberately attempts to keep older workers working. The average age of Ford workers at the . Rouge and nearby plants is 38.7. A recent check-up shows that nearly one- half the workers at these Ford plants were 40 or over, falling into these age groups: €5,819 between 14,731 between 3,377 between 417 between 12 between In addition to the so-called regular em- ploycs, the Ford Motor Company has hired, and now has on the payroll, at the Same regular hourly wage, thousands of workers who are blind, crippled or other- wise incapacitated for normal productive work. They are not selected for their ability to build cars or to maintain the plant. They are on the payroll because of Henry Ford’s belief that the responsibility of a large company to labor goes be- yond the point at which the unfortunate yorker can no longer produce profitably. The above are facts. They are open to anyone who really wants to deal in facts. Anyone who wants to get a job . . . buy a . or place a national defense con- tract on the basis of fair labor treat- ment must place Ford at the top @ of his eligible list. COMPANY Caf.. 40 50 60 70 80 and 50 and 60 and 70 and 80 and 90 See The Parade of Ford Cars at- . ii lllltlle morons ‘ AUTHORIZED FORD DEALER FOR MASON COUNTY lst Pine Shelton Commission from the designation lcxaminations conducted 13.9: Oct- in Southwest Washington, and in which all Academy appli- cants from the nine counties of“ Ithe Third Congressional Icompeted, Congressman Martin F. Smith today sent to the NaVy De. partment his nomination of Merv lin Dale Becker. street, Vancouver, as a. Midship-a ,man of the United States Naval. ‘Academy, Annapolis. ' ' The congressman Donald William Kennedy, Vancouver as! Quoting district 707 East 28thl nominated l 931‘ 706 Everett Reichznan. street, Olym- 2 Credit Union Clllliiilut-ll l'l'onl l'agc Una leaders who gave freely of their l I days and nights to create credit l lVVm‘l‘ingtonl D- C" Jan' 16' "I unions and who fortunately live l (Special).4As :1 result of ratings, to sec the fruits of tncir pioneer- announced by the Civil Service mg" The. second story in the mega cine deals with “Shelton’e Pioree. Credit Union," devoting two ful pages and two pictures to it. Th‘ pictures show the first credit com imittee and the original board .0 l directors of the union. That orig. inal board consisted of Georg. Whittingham, Pete Jitriem, Hal I'y Cullou, A. 11. Joel ..u :1, am 'Charlet- NOI‘I'lI', The first credi committee consisted of Juliu: VVeastad, Robert MacDonald, Os Wilkie, J. V, Simpson, an. from the article i: part: First In Washington I “The Shelton Rayonier Fedora I Credit Union was the ~licneer or ganization of its kind in Wash Formed to l'clievl financial stress, the Shelton un- ion has served this purpose adv mirably and, in addition, has crea- ted for its members a uubstantia 'fund of savings which has- pair [them good dividends. ' “ . . . began its existence Nov 935, with capital 0 l on October 1, 1940 lcapital had iiicieased to mow Ethan $32,000. Nearly 809; of th FRayonier workers at Shelton to. iday are members of the credit 1 union. “The example set by Sheltor and its record of achievement un, ldoubtedly were responsible in part lfor the subsequent establishmen I of credit unions in other Rayonie divisions . . . the Rayonier man lagcment at Shelton, impressed b~ lthe efforts and sincerity of th lfounding members, soon offero cooperation in the way of pay roll deductions and, office span and permitted solicitation for membership during working hour: Pfl’iitilm Strong Today “As the member:hip increase: land the financial problems of th members were relieved, the basil idea of a constructive saving prcgl‘am became established. A a. result, Shelton today i; in th position where it is no longc necessary to solicit new member solely to provide money for loan . . . pres-cot errors are cqulvalen to approximately 3.79 pm mem bers, whereas at the end of 193! the assets Were equivalent t! about $50 per member. “Answeling the question ‘Ar. the unpaid officials willing to con tinue their duties without com- .‘pcn'ution from the credit union? Secretary Harry Gallon answers ‘The consensus is that (if nating' a. ‘fcw hours to the fur therance and betterment of a‘ organization of this kind 1:, (a privilege. The gain in knowledg l ington State. I ember 12, only $35 . . , ciplc and organization is Con srdered ample compensation.’ “In that expi‘cssir-n lies thr gpizit which has node credit un» ions such outstanding successes,” concludes the article. Side Bet Brings Victories To Two l i High Scores Game-“Elsie Peterson 219. l Totaleazcl Ferrier 572. Matches Monday Forrest’s-Mason Cleaners. 1 01d Mill-Quality Cleaners. ; Elsie individual ' their total-pin dished out trying to beat one an other. they captured the night’. individual scoring honors. as wenlE. Smith as leading their respective clubslM. Wood to victory. Elsie established a new Single‘L Dodds game record of 219 Pins for thelJ. current seanon a: she paced For_l669 761 735 2165 759 724 756 2239. rest Gardens to a three-way “Ll umph over Old Mill which hoistedl the flowor pickers into a tie to first place with their victims when her 572 pin total was som liimlml Oil of business practice, banking prin- human patient suffering from blood , Peterson and Hazel Fer- .rier wageer a little side bet on scores . in Monday’s feminine bowling play , only two out of three from Ma.- and out of the pinvpunirlhing they COUNTY JOURNAL rag: r319 .l "summons lion/ram“ some LEllllERS ill anon GAME in lliiillf llllllll l PHONE SOCIAL NEWS l DIREC TO JOURNAL .- -. w, W. 11.0" Social news illiould be phonrd ~ idilect to 100 The JOUI‘lNIl, hole- :after as Maxine Briggs has di ~— lcontinued her well: {is :oc‘ety cui— ' ltor for the present. If you don‘t think it pays 10 dvel'tlse---—pl:ice u want-All in the lull. nqu T056105 "Taylor, (or- mier At Motionkoy’s, Fri- day In blag Scrap ._ ,a,__. million THEATRE Shelton, Wash. CITY BASKETBALL LEAGUE (Second Half) w L PF PA ... M. ...................... ..l u 41 :11.- .-coonksy Altman. ...,l 0 31‘ 3.. lanky . .............. ..0 l 313 41 Aiman Ull .............. ..0 l Lt‘l 3.1 ..'.l.«l.ii's cute ....0 u l) \. , 31., Ulliih' ..... ..il 0 U i, l l Games i‘onigiit l 04 Rayonier vs, 4-1;) Dairy { .lowwdson’s vs. McClea.y. I Games Saturday ; 7~--4-l:i Dairy vs. McClenl‘y. i S-AL. M. vs. McConlicy. l Owliimbcl vu. Wilson’s, Games Monday . L, M. vs. Wilson's. 10~~ McConkey' vs. McCleal‘y. Games Thursday 97—7L. M, vs. llacC‘iealy. loss-Rayonicr vs. Kimbcl. ._ Bill Taylor averaged better than 131,13 pointy per game for Kimbell Oil‘s co-champions to capture fll‘Stl .. , . .. . . . .... .. aalr" individual scoring honors ._ ._ with 163 points in 12 games in Fri, Sat., Jan. 24—23 will! I ml In lll'l'liitll oYllllNG A MWW-MW m- ‘5 iii . l l I l l l . suit, Wed, Jan. 26-29 This Show H;s Everything the city basketball league, a com— WaShlngton JH‘SQN “In” 91"" l (1001“, “Cling-503mm“, AUb“"“i AnM-Odvl Piclurr . ’7, pilation of the scoringlccord,1~c. office). with National Jersey 5 n, M, “liven, Sham", western ~ ‘. veals today. ’ organization directors. Arthur I director of Jerst‘J Taylorfu teammate, Dan Cor. Weiks, vice president, Olympia; I 1110.; and H. G. Myers, Boise, mier, playing in ten games, hungI “’zrrrcn chgstiiri'f. president, I Jilaho, western director of the up 129 tallies to grab second hon. i Ennmclaw; Miss Betty Miitl— l American Jersey Cattle ‘lub. cm and become the only other player in the circuit to score more l "I l Creamlinc, l g l l .- . N - ., w. Meeting in conjunction with the a spring show. ; po‘ms "l U" flrst‘ h“nlWashinglonDairy Association :.les.. '1‘. H. Warren, Wentcrn Field-E ‘ ' Isions at Centralia, the Washing- . man of the American Jersey Cat—I l 31igiyggrtfigci‘figgng“38:51;£31131gton Jet'sveyCattlc Club will plan i 110 Club, Portland, reccnlly rc— nesg‘ Friday night for pom-m that ; its 19:11 actwrtlcs on January 29h, l, portal that over. 1800 purebred Wonyt count in the individual som“ l the first day of the meetings sc- Jerseys were registered or trans-5 mg, mce but will be mHmportam l cording. to Preslldcnt Warren , ferred to new Washington own-i ‘9 ' lRengstorff of Enumelaw. lers during the past year. Only| in settling the first half champ— ‘ . .F . . A," n “ M, Lonship, as their Kimbel Oil Slated for discussion is the stat. lten staid have mote Jerseys oilI Thursday, Jan. 30 “GIRLS UNDE 't 21” . a it i sale of registered Jetscys, which I official terl‘; than Washington and, 11mm“ Eéggagfizgmgigglie: qu‘lt; Olficgfii'lhas become an annual event, and l only 16 states,- rccorded more ncwl ‘ ‘y ‘ ,thc spring :liiow series partici— l Jersey breeders, according to Mr,‘ Gene Autry .113 for the first half gonfalon fol-. lowing the Hoquiam-Shclton high :cliool game. patted in last year by the counties Warren. He indicated the nation- T (of Coglitgz, ISVIIaSOn, STlim-rcm}: lrgl association had tgragt‘itcd , . ‘; -:, , . rays or or, tagi’, nonomvs _, Cl‘Sllip priVieges o .,. quai e , n The phdlmqm‘w can Often nU'lClallam. Pierce, and Klng. ’l‘hileutul'e Farmer and 4.1»! Club! algxdpgirmoggfigmc‘zriggefizi c1133? i year Kittita: County will also h .lr‘ ; Members during the pas-t year. I ' :5: 'for he holds fourth place in‘ .he.individual scoring race withl ‘ ‘iis 91 tallies in 12 games, andl Skipper Pat Smith is" next with. so, which puts him well down the: list. Nevertheless, the druggists‘ administered a. 37 to 23 beatmgtol the Oilers in their second halfl opener Monday night with a strong ' lefense being the key to the vic- Lory. Throughout the first half schedule 'McConkey’o had the be‘stl lefensive record in the league, byl a considerable, margin, so Fri- day‘s playoff battle will be a. mat- ter of a strong offense meeting powerful defense, . , r l Tonight two. more promising? second half games, are‘ Scheduled , starting at nine o’clock while Sat-g .lrday another triple bill is slated} l mistake in the Saturday soiled-1 JlC was made in this paper'sl itory Tueslday‘whcn Rayonier was‘; listed as McConkey’s opponent inI he second game. Actually, the L. l meets the pharmacists while! Rayonicr is idle. l The individual first half scoringi 'ecords follow, with the number; of games played by each player: listed ahead of his polnt‘total: . i faylor 12 ....163{Cooper 5 26}; jormier 10 ..129[Wyatt 6 ...... .. 255 \.Cloutier 12 92lJohnson 6 251 TOMATOES Columbus Brand 1321?? IE CORN BEEF ' Libby’s Brand and . '. SHOP BOURLAND’S FOR LOW, EVERY DAY PRICES” ' SUGAR . . . . . 11.9.5? Snowflake Pure Cane. Cloth Bags lteele 12 91iLambert 10 .. 25l, TOMATOESv R°°k Dell- FCY- SOlid Pk. 2'/2'S ..... ..2/33¢ 12-0z, Iv Morg'n 12 8813;A’mst'ng5 22 l CHILI CON CARNE, Loyal, 11.02. ...................... ._3/27¢ I can I 3%“? 1101 fiélg‘zg;§,e',;°,o~ fgl DILL PICKLES. Libby’s-Sylvan-cenulne, Zl/z's . 10¢ mfg): 10 j: sals_'A,mst,ng3 19; CARROTS, Libby, Shoe String, No. 303 cans. . 10¢ E Bell 9 ........ .. 75iK. Wilson 5 ._ 18. CHOICE PEAS. Rosedale No. 303’s ...................... _, 9¢ ; Case 7 ...... .. 75A.Daniels$ 17' CAMPBELL’S sours, Ex chicken a. mushroom 3/26¢ 31“ mes-5mg r. Smith 8 .. solnutchlnson 2 17} L'blT l._ A;|/.. deem“ 6 59;”me 6 16; LIPTON Yellow a 3 ea .......... __ /4 lb 22, ,2 lb 41¢ , s L qts. 27¢ .lomers 8 59 Weeks: 5 .... .. 16! l. Smith 9 57 Dittman1 133i BABY 3 Gruver 10 53|Driver 13 B . 2 a ‘ ~_ M. Taylor 8 .. 52f}. Hanson 9 12} FOODS for Heinz Russell 11' _, 5131Villard 5 12; Assorted «Hg-oz. Stock Up! ‘McComb 9 ,, 48l3.Bednarski6 11$ .G'igi‘gggle’g” jgfiarlggig E CALUMET BAKING POWDER . . . 1—lb. 16¢ 14-Oz_ Nelton iofli. 42Hamilton 3 .. 8‘, GR-“PEN‘JTS' Fm Energy 2 pkg-125‘: bottle D. Wilson 12 41‘0And‘rs'n 10 RI GRAPENUT FLAKES .................... _. 12-02. pkg. 13¢ -ellv 11 .... ..35J-And'r5'n1-~ 7 RITZ CPACKERS ..... .. Ige pkg 22¢ I . ‘ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . _‘ . 4 . :redoon 9 38|riun0ia b 6: E F S ’1M0&,g,n 12 37rBumett 1 . 5L JeLLo, Ascortad Flavors .................. .. pkg. 5¢ charmer 11 36IViger 4 ...... .. 5; SPRY SHORTEN'NG ------------------- v- 3"b- 49¢ 1—49-15 sack 1 65 "'lrgoyne 10 36IFOUFTC 4 3i CRlsco ol-lonTENlNG ____________________________ ,_ 3.11,, can 49¢ ‘ k- ---- -- I 'Iliott .... _. 361Mcgloughz4 .. 3 1——4-lb. sack Madticn 12 _. 34lba' am ‘ 2' . — ‘l . We... 34ml}? 1 ...... .. 2.; AMPPORK &1.1-0z. ¢ Pancake P10u1--__-91_ W1ng 6 37H" 1 ****** " 23 BEANS Cans iacrett 10 _, 31lC. Hanson ..5 1; t t I flark 9 .... .. 301Walton 3 13 for 1' Watson 32 H ao,\Villiams 3 1' CHOSOLATE CROWNS. Sunshine ...... .. 16-02. pkg. 23¢ lyBedn’w BABY RUTH or Butterfinger Bars ........ ., 3 for 10¢ I l PARD Doc FOOD, No. 1’s . 3 for 25¢ 0 ‘Internal Sun’ M. D. TOILET Tissue~ ............................... _. rolls 25¢ 20th Century 2 lbs 40¢ The discovery of an amazing. M. o. SANITARY NAPKINS, 12 in pkg. 2 for 29¢ The utmost m luxury method of combating infections by i' KLEENEX, White ......... _. 150 count 10¢; 440 count 25¢ 1‘ T.— :mor: b31003 “gunbatthsl'; hgs Eisenhcreditfi PALMOLIVE FACIAL SOAP ______________________ _, bars 17¢ qultligf'gfuc-C'éhggbb 00¢ 9 0 "met ,nolv P Ysicifil SUPER suns concentrated. 24- .v 191- ' 4 and X-ray expert.'of Seattle.;Wash: 0" ¢’ 59 oz. 5 He proved his theorylflrst with. his 1 ‘ own blood. After lesting his own blood and that ofianim’alsItlie- ap-U paratus he invented was tried on a Quality Meats Produce 25¢ I 25¢ DELICIOUS WOMENE Bowl I Dglsoning following a’ mlScarriage. , COLORED ll 4 NG ; S e is alive today although [givenw ‘ ¢ Forrest Gard m 21;- but h24 hours to live. Dr. Knott's for roasting Ibo -. . . . 8-le. ‘. 3' ‘ ----- -~~ ~ .13 .5 met 0d has successfully. responded 9 3L:.?l;“.gp,,,g,;-;g3:35; ‘9 such dangerous cases as child. Sliced lb. Oranges . . . . dOZ. 20¢ Mason Cleaners ...... .21 30 .41: bmh fave" streplomc” mm" W“ SHANKLESS WINES“, scning. lobar and bronchial pneu- monia. and peritonitis. 25¢ 13¢ .1 53¢ 20¢ 35¢ Apples 10-lbs. 35¢ Calavos 2 for 15¢ Squash lb.’ 4¢ Onions 2-lbs. '9¢ Cabbage lb. 3¢ BOURLAND’S PrccOokcd lb. 1 mm, 0,, 0,, Liver Pork . . . lb 2 Linseed oil pressed out of flaxseed ¥aslfifisled in paint as early as the ' ‘ ' ' ‘ ' pt' we centur,. \ l Mm“;___—_,-,.e Pot Roast . . . . lb. Shortening . 4-lbs. The lineups: Mil-Won Clean, (I )l Qual. Clean. (2) can Cleaners. t- Handicrip 234l Handicap 246 4161-1. Ferrier 572 398] T. Stevens 313 B. VVOOdw'th 308 M. Suth’rl’nd 354 415lG. Skelsey 358 Starwich 3942K. Allen 396 ’“ ENTURY- CHOCOLATE “I m 22...? sronr- ‘ ‘Bakcr’s Premium Forrest’s (3') Old Mill (0) Handicap 132‘ Handicap 219 . rlE. lifterson 540W. McConkey 438 1/2-LB 1 5 to. 'aBm-i- "401,114. Kubik 350 ' ‘ Hazel. however. WOn the beth: Brewster 40211”. Cormier 344 ‘ . elM. Durand 34210.. Pauley 239 PHONE 29 ' PLENTY OF PAnKlNG‘ SPACE 32 better than Elsie managed, but‘P. Staley Hazel‘:1 Quality Cleaner team won 718 760 751 2229,708 647 647 2002 412‘ M. Stewart 414