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Page Two P Sweden Uses Wood Pqu For Cattle Feed 1 l J Jan. 2.)! I I l W'ashington, Saturday, —~Swedish chemists have enabled their country to shift industrial processes to meet new war condi- tions. The wood pulp that went in- to papermaking now is being used in part as cattle food, and the pro- ce: ' yields a large quantity of al- cohol as a by-product. The cclulose feed is mixed with other kinds of fodder. The Swed- ish government recently purchasedl 50,000 tons of the new feed with about 1,500,000 gallons of alcohol produced simultaneously. U.W. Grid Aces In Hoop Role at Vaughn Saturday 7w uufirmA mu, U6 'u'cp ‘uaneA ' tor.“1 tea m will entertain the Uni-1 l l vcrs'i I; ‘vifrshington football stars” basketball team here Satur- day night in a. doubleheader start- ing at 7:15 o'clock. Rudy Mucha, All-American cen- ter, Dean McAdams, All-Coast hflfback, John Mizen, place kick— ing expert, Don Means, Husky quarterback, and other members of last fall’s Husky grid squadg compose the gridders’ basketball n‘“ In sub-freezing weather, George G. Sottos of Elizabeth, N. J., triumphantly holds aloft a cross that he retrieved after it was cast from the Steel Pier, Atlantic City, N. J.,,ras Church celebration of Epiphany Day, attended by 15,000. Recovery of the cross signifies a special blessing for Sottos. part of Greek Orthodox ‘the past month, says the Ameri- . V as the result of rercerch in histor— ! I : mous Egyptologist of the Unlvers-i . ity team. , Dance ’DAYION Saturday Feb. 1 Taylor Out As Pirates Meet Elma Friday Eve Minus the services of Bill Tay- lor, who I l i l lVéL'lley Cleaners of Elma. Friday [night following the Shelton-Elma prep basketball clash. Fans who attend the prep game town teams in action, the game starting about 9:30. The Pirates will be seeking to even the score with the Elma team for a one—point overtime Bonus Nite victory the Cleaners scored at Elmaiin December. . . ._.__.._—_____‘., Admisswn ------------ 35¢ and 10¢ CAMP 5 MEN IN HOSPITAL , . Two Camp 5 men. Roland Sack- Dancmg 9:30 ’till 1:30 ISavings & Loan Annual Meeting Due Saturday , Stockholders 6? the lpose of electing officers Mason severely bruised a foot County Savings and Loan Ass’n; llast Sunday in the game with the l will hold their annual meetingi lNational Bank of Commerce, the this Saturday at two o'clock in lRaptorium Pirates take on the the offices of the association in the Title Insurance building at iSecond and Railroad for the pur- the lyear and attending to other busi- are invited to stay and watch the nose required of the stockholders. for Pension Information At Hoodsport Feb. 5 Union meeting will be held at Hoods- port school gymnasium Thursday evening at 7:30 P. M. February 5th. Wm. Nennrod, state secretary will give information to pension rider and L. L. Oszorne were ad- .holders as to how to apply for An Old Age Pension 3 Drawings and detailed informer, jtion of the discovery are given In; “Start Selective SIDELINE SLANTS By BILL DICKIE GRAY HAIRS Bowling has :2ng 5,000 years in can bowling congress news serv- ice. The American Bowling Congress, ical and dosesroh data, has al- ways placed the age of bowlingi at around 2,000 years. 1 Recently Sir Flinders Petrie, fa-‘ of Lendon, announced through‘ his book, “The Making of Egypt”, that bowling was indulged in as far back as 5200 B. C. The game was played on a smooth level surface, with nine- pins arranged in a diamond pat- Y tern, similiar to the modern 4 game of 9-pins. The bowler ,roll- , ed his ball through a small arch which probably was set up as a g substitute for a foul-line. The i width and height of the arch was i about twice the size of the ball and one-fourth of the width of the setup of pins. Pins were of marble or pottery; . the ball and the arch of like ma- terial. the January 16 issue of ‘Bowling,’ official publication of the Ameri-' C‘Ztn Bowling Congress. BOWLING BANTER ; l Honk Marino, Milwaukee's star‘ bowler, went along to the north-, woods on a fishing trip with some, of his customers. After watching‘ ‘them pull out and keep some bass. and wall-eyes measuring 18. inches; he hooked onto and landed a 28—” .inch musky. A "member of the, party promptly unhooked the un-‘ dersized musky and tossed it back into the lake. r Hank exploded: .“What is this.i You keep the small ones andl throw the big ones back. Thankl' heavens you can’t do that in bowl- mitted to Shelton General Hospi- l pensions or get increased pensions tal on Wednesday for treatment. H-.. at. i our Armour"s Target 12-02. can ............ A Real Bargain! \ cornea Bur PORK&BEANSa w FIG BARS 17 nor duct 19 Marshmallows, Wonderfood, save 33% lb. pk. 10 Brown Sugar_ Sea Island..-.'. ___________________ ._ 3-005. 15, Fisher’s Blend. flour or 49-11). s’tisf action sk. 1.63 Sugar, Snowflake Cans in,_cloth bags Ill-lbs. 55 Wax Paper, Bonnie Best, big 100-ft. roll ...... .. 9 Light Globes, Jewel, 25-60 watt 10¢; 6 for 55¢ Phillip’s .......... .259 Fresh! Plain or Wh. Wheat 2-lbs. ...................................... .. Bonnie Best 6 8-02. cans .................. .. APPLES. 10-lbs. 35¢ Wines'aps' “C” Grade Gamay .. 3 bars 17¢ Toilet Soap. IVORY SOAP .( Ask about prize contest) FRESH Smells Columbia River Pork Center 5 Guest Bars ............ .. 23 6—02. Bars .... .. 16 10-02. Bars .............. .. 26 1b. Meat Link lit; Ivory Flakes pk. 23 Ivory Snow pk. 23 Oxydol, 69-oz.pk. 52 2 24-02. pkgs. ...... .. '37 P&G. N. Soap .. 29 Am. or Bluing 5 Purex _____ ,_ qt, 12 Vz-gal. ................ .- 23 LUNCH MEATS lb- * Y0 Victory Dog Food. doz. 53¢ Food of Champs. HILL Tor :' I’ PHONE 29 Every day, every week, 20th Century offers you sensational ‘prices and savings on quality and popular brands of mer- ' '- chandise . . . Try comparing our prices! v MEATS nut MAKE Ill Pot Roast . . . . lb. l. :'. Calif. Club —— Big 14—02. hot. 89’: Hershey Baking Choc. Save 20% Here! 1.5: 1b. cake 11¢ Beast . .‘ . . 1b. Loaf......1b. Sausage .. lb. Welneijs . . . .. lb. . Ground Beef 1b; 17 zoacrnn ' r F OD STORE I "G VALUES FEATURED AT 20th CENTURY PRICES! mm under the new law known as 141. Garden Fresh' Pigs Feet, Loyal Brand .............. .. 7-oz. jar 15‘¢ ‘ “ t ' ‘ Hershey Cocoa—save 10% ............ .. I/znb. 9¢ Vinegar. BdiH Pure Cider ------------------ .. qt- 9¢ _. ., . I. I I ,. PeaChes, ‘Salad Cuts’ Farm Club, 2—2V2’s 29¢ Bananas Golden ripe lb. GrapefruiteAl‘rneda ' ...................... .. No. 2’s 10¢ .’ 7¢ String Beans, ‘L'akota .............. .. No. 2’s 27¢ ' 2 doz. Peas—Lakota, always good ...... .. 3 No. 25 25¢ V I Golden Hominy, Bk. Dell .... .. 2-2V2’s 19¢ fey new crop lb, Spinach—Dependable, no grit .... .. 2-2l/2’s 25¢ ,Sauer Kraut, Rock Dell' .............. .. 2-2l/2‘s 19¢ -. y-j' """"" " "¢ Nutty Chew'P. Butter, Rk. Dell ____ .. Zd-oz. 23¢ LETTUCE ------ hea“ 8‘: Rock Dell Milk, ........ .:....;. ............. .. 4‘talls 28¢ I v ‘ ‘ 9‘) Pearls Of Wheat, Albers ...... .. 28-02. pkg. 21¢ ' ' 'Idd¢ Wheatflakes, Carnation, No Prem. 48-02. 21¢ . PARSNIPS 2.1133, 15¢ H-O Oats, Pan Toasted ..... 48~oz. pkg. 29¢ Kreem-Lined, Sunshine Codkies .1-lb.‘ 23¢ Prunes, Sweet, Extra Large .......... .. 2'-|b's. 23¢ 23¢ 21¢ 19¢ 23¢ 19¢ ¢ HIGHWAY “ PLENTY or PARKING SPACE~ l\hnnself until somebody explained ing.” A northerner, wintering in Arizona, wrote a letter to a bowl- ing scribe back home. He was. explaining that people down there were picking oranges from the trees when the scribe com- , merited dryly: *‘Yess up here ! the bowlers are picking cher- ries." . . A well-known pro golfer tried bowling. He was real proud of the object of the game. which brought this solemn declaration:~ “I’ll never be a bowler. All my life . I’ve tried to keep my score down.” I A New Jersey bowler, named Coonan, loves to fish. Besides that weakness he is afflicted with a back-up ball, so the boys call him “BackyLash” Coonan. : Louis Bondof Port Huron, Mich, l despite the loss» of an arm in an auto accident, has increased his average .8 pins. lbowlen recently bowled. a 207‘ game, .' .. . .t’ . Delano, Minn, has a bowler who rolls his ball while sitting in a wheel chair. i The 1941 A.B.C. tournament at St. Paul will see a number of SHELTON-MASON COUNTY JOURNAIJ Walter Wenzel, Milwaukee blind Reserves the right to approve reg- ,in eliminating the registering of a? Gargantua’s Mate Has a Snack Toto, BSD-pound gorilla destined to become the mate of Gargantua the Great, gets a meal from her mistress, Mrs. Kenneth Hoyt, ' widow of the explorer, at the Hoyt estate in Havana, Cuba. At- tempts will be made to mate the' two gorillas at the Ringling Brothers-Barnum and Bailey circus quarters in Sarasota, Fla. Registration Of County Jerseys By CLINTON OKERSTROM -, County Agent No, it isn’t that the bulls arei going to be used in the Army, they’re only going to be culled more closely. The American Jer— sey Cattle Club is the first to take such a step forward as to re- quire selective registration of .bull calfs. i This means that certain stand-i ards are set up and before a sire, can be registered he must meet' at least one of the five require— ments. Standard Plan Dairy Improvement Association records are used for the basis of selec- tion. If the bull calf can meet any one of the following requirements it may be registered: 1. Must be from 21. proved sire, whose daughters average 400 lbs. of butterfat in 305 days. 2. Mustlbe the son of a “Star1 Bull." The “Star Bull” award may be awarded to a sire meeting certain qualifications. 3.‘Must be from a “tested sire"l ' i whose daughters average 500 lbs. of fat on a 365 day basis (maturei 1 equivalent.) 2 4. Must be from a dam Whose, " record is 400 lbs. of fat in 305 days (mature equivalent.) :3. The Board of Directors ofl the American Jersey Cattle Club’ istration of deserving animals, if upon review of special cases, it‘ 5 is determined that an iniustiCe§ would result from denial of reg-_ j istration. l 'I This is certainly a step forward accident streets Tuesday the grill, radiator and front fend— ers of one operated by Roy Ting- stead. The other driver was not1 “listed and details of the mishap were not given. ent. tram“ “firsts,” announces the A.B.C. news service. For the first. time Albuquereque, New Mexico, will be represented in the big tourn- l ament, and with two teams. .nowspaoer Sports writing staff to For the first time in the history of the meet a Big Ten coaching [staff will compete intact, this be- ‘1ng the University of Minnesota’s. football staff led by Head Coach Bernie Bierman. I. Along the same lines, the first enter the big meet as a unit is that of the Minneapolis Star-Jour- nal, led by Sports Editor Charlie" Johnson. St. Patricks Day in the A.B.C. isalways a day of fun and good- w111 toward the Irish. A splendid gesture along this line was recent- lydisplayed when 40 teams of Ma- sons from St. Paul asked to bowl 1 on St. Patrick’s Day in this year’s tournament as a gesture of good- wul to their fellow townsmen who |are descended from Erin all 200 men on the squad will wear green ties. Community Club 3 Dayton Meets i On Next Tuesday By Mrs. A. E. Lemke l Dayton, Jan. 29—Dayton com- munity club will meet next Tues- day night, February 4 at 8 o’clock. rDon’t forget to bring your pen- nies for penny keeno. Fruit salad and sandwiches are on the supper list. Dayton residents are wel- come. Mrs. Russel Lamb entertained on Saturday afternoon in honor of her daughter Sally’s sixth birth- day at their home. After a pleas- ! ant time of games and fun a large .‘ birthday cake decorated in pink iand blue and cookies was served With ice cream. Sally received , many nice presents. Those attend- lng were Dorrene, Charlene, Va- lerie Borst, Danny and Davey Aus- tin, Wanda Okerstrom, Norma, Karen, Chris Rassmusen, Shirley and Susan Hatch, Betty Lemke Betty, Juanita and Jimmy Lamb, the honor guests and hostess. I .Willard Adams is visiting rela- ,t1ves in Tacoma during the pulp mill shut down. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Rand and daughter and Mrs. Zvolis and son of Tacoma, visited Monday with apdSMrs. Gordon McKay, ar multer has been ' with the flu. quite 111 Triple S Club will «meet Feb- ruary 5 for their regular. meeting. I' Another dance Saturda ’ mat Dayton. y mght Refinishing Metal Furniture Before starting to refinish" metal ll furniture, all rust or scaly spots should be removed by rubbing care- fully with a coarse emery cloth or brushing gently with a wire brush. lfamous fortune teller from Brem- i Mrs. Huson and her three chil- ‘ poor quality purebreds. Too often, scuttle are considered as desirable lindividuals merely because theyi lare registered. The fact that ithero arc scrub purebreds as well as scrub grades is overlooked. Tahuyan's Plan Basket Social For February By Mm. V. L. Knowlton Tahuya, January 29 Viola An- derson was the envied gal last, Sunday when she hooked a nine pound salmon. Mrs. Babbage, Mrs. Wheeler and Mrs. Godwin are slowly re- covering from a bout with the flu. There was a small crowd at the last meeting of the Community Club but it was a busy crowd] Plans were made for a basket sow '9 cial and dance for the 15th of February. Madame Penny, the erton, will be on hand that even- ing to tell you who yoiir true love Will be (for this year). erton music. dren with Mrs. Knowlton, Betty Thye and Milton Amos and Elmer Ollis, attended the public installa- tion of officers of the DeMolay and Rainbow girls in Shelton. It was the first timeany of the youngsters had seen the work. And that reminds us of the card party to be given by the 0. ES. in the dining room at the§ [temple in Union .on the evening public is cordially invited. Pin- ochle, contract and‘auction bridge gents prize for each. m'ents will be served and the price is ’only 250. Hope to see you i there. J. W. Huson made a business trip to Mrs. undquist and her daugh- ter, of Port Orchard, were Sunday guests of the Johnsons at Morning Side Beach. Mr. and Mrs, Wrcnn cn'teztai‘i- ed guests at their summer cot- itage here over the week end. Mr. and Mrs. Stolze and son, Charles, of Belfair, were Sunday din er guests at the Husons. Bet- ty. bye and Mrs. Knowlton were also there. Flying Mammal l Officials of. the Smithsonian instilu- I tion in Washington say that although bats generally fly around in the dark. they are perfectly capable of seeing and flying in daylight-without being I dazzled. It is believed by many i scientists that they “hear” their‘way’ I through blackness. They are the only mammals capable of true flight. A SUPPER , will be served for those who dOl ,‘ not care to bring baskets. £3:ch l i of February 11th to which the. I will be played with a ladies audl Refresh—l Seattle on Monday. Considerable at damage was flicted on cars driven by John W.l chard Jr., and Gusto Andersonggfigiinkey ,both of Belfair, in a collision near] Comma. Belfair Tuesday, according to their 1 Pauley reports to the sheriff’s office. Nol Stewart 1one was injured. Cars operated by Otto Matlock, and Samuel Johnstone,i Astoria, Oregon, collided on the l Smith Matlock Road 14 miles from Shel— 'v woodworth 284,LaBarr ton Tuesday, ‘ flicted weren't listed in the report. Dodds lwo trucks owned by local bus1 ; Starwmh ‘ncss concerns were involved in an. 770 715 748 2233378 697 671 2046 and Cota! ‘ but Second 3 Car Accidents Bring No Injuries in— | damages Miner’ Mason Clean (3) I E Upsets Results 1 In. Feminine Play 3 VVOMEN‘S BOW’LING , W L PCT. iOId Mill‘t ................ .. 30 23 .500 lForrest Gardens 29 25 .537 iouanty Cleaners’t 24 29 .453 :Mason Cleaners .... .. 24 I; .444 "I‘Tic game to settle High Scores Game-r azel Ferrier 184 Total~v~Hazel Ferricr 53 Matches Monday Mason Cleaners—Old Mill Quality Cleanerleorrests l Members of the league leading =Old Mill quintet went home think- ing they had chalked up two more victories in women’s bowling Ica- gue play Monday night, but a re- check of scores revealed that theil :first contest with Quality Clean— lcrs wound up in a. tie. The Clean— ‘ers posted more pins in the first lframc of the next game, which Ewould give them the verdict in r the first game if ordinary bowling [procedure is followed, but since {the tie was not discovered until after both teams had gone home \there is some question just how ’the issue should be settled , In the night's other match, Ma- ’son Cleaners, tailenders, won a 'clean sweep from second place . Forrest Gardens with Merna Wood and Inez Doddsr spilling more than ltheir usual quota of pins. t Hazel Ferrier, Quality leadoff captured both high individual lhonors for the night. The lineups: lOld Mill (1) Qua]. Clean (1) handicap 225i handicap 129 482chrrier 532 4023Robinson 414 l i l l i l l 369iSutherland 249}Skelsey 341 1521Allen 418 667 714 798 2179l667 768 7-19 21.54. handicap 225i handicap 126 400iPeterson 461 . , 350 m" I Wood 424', Brewster 419 493iDurand 351 407iStaley 339 with damages to I Gems in Own Class Gems are classified as transpar- "cnt and opaque. EATING FRESH CITY MARKET BUTTER SPECIAL “A” MEDIUM EGGS 4cans....l..49¢_ 6bars,..... 29¢ 3cans......; Tomato Seup .. . 6 cans Matches . . . . . . carton Corn Flakes . . . 4pkgs. Honey . . 5-lbs. Corn Beef . . . . . . 2cans __________ _. 1.59 VEGETABLES Apples. . .. Ill-lbs. 25¢ Oranges . . . 3 doz. 49¢ : Not Much Success l Mayor—I've never seen the park I so littered with papers as it is this morning. How do you account for it? Park Attendant—~The council had leaflets distributed here yesterday asking people not to throw their pa- per about. 2 dozen FORMAY 3vlbs. Fels Naptha SOAP 49¢ 15¢ 25¢ 39¢ 39¢ Beet Boil Fresh Ground Shoulder Roast Pure Pork Sausage loco—ring Mistake 1 320" Fox-rests (0) l x: ‘z—lbe. Wieners . .. lb. 22¢ Shld. Mutton Roast lb. , t. Sauer Kraut . . . . . qt. Spinach. . . 2—lbs.15¢.' Salt Fat Back . . .. lb. . Lemons doz. 19¢ Pure Lard Bale» Spuds 50—lbs. 42¢ Calendar lslands There is a fascinating ‘Iittle islands in wilful bay. on the Atlantic c021,, Scolia, that has much In", with the calendar. Tiler? 0d land for every day in the most famous island is 0. l which has attracted , tcntion for many years pirate legends and talcS‘, , gold. It is here that the Captain Kidd is suppos ' buried his fabulous loot 1 of Chester, situated on i at the head of l‘llahone _, i of the most popular wnte ‘ in Canada and a’grcal ‘ American vacationistls. . l i i i . for: :ddbd THEATRE SHELTON. V‘JASHI Two shOWS every. ‘ Starting at 7:00 Matinee 2:15 p.m. "K and Sunday Alde 10¢ and 25¢, '1 > (State 2c; Fedora Tonite Or; L (D I l i i; i “ALWAYS A B i lloscmary L519 and “THE SAINT ‘ PALM seam ~ George Sande V l3 riday - Satu ‘ w. G. Field-93 “THE BANK l cials ....,, , Sun, Mon, T, E Ll . .3: w... TYRONE POWER DARNELL _. “THE MARK, ZORRO”: srfiTEEMNQa .. a: u. 13H" Hamburger lb. 150 Pork lb. 186.11 Z-Ibs. 25 1 . i3¢