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January 30, 1941     Shelton Mason County Journal
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January 30, 1941

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mi... deefi‘lit l Hoodsport Keep Active Calendar 3 i By Betty McKiel , Hoodsport, January 28 AW The‘l Hood Canal Junior Womens Club held their regular meeting on Wednesday of last week in the club room of the Hoodspart gym“ where they had planned to make their fibre stools. The materials did not arrive on time, and so a special meeting for W'ednesrmy evening, January 29th, was set. to meet in the club room and’ make them. Beginning at our, next regular meeting it was de-l cided that we alternate with one! social and one business meetingl The next will be a sccial meetingl on Tuesday evening, February 4, at the home of Mrs. Ross Williams when she and Mrs. Maurice Kaare will be joint hostesse . Mrs. Lund and Mrs. I‘ICII‘Sl‘L both of the Shelton-Mason County Red Cross gave a talk on “Red Cross," and offered our club. and anyone else interested, a course in First Aid. It is hoped thati about 20 students will attend the: classes which start on Tuesday evening, January 28th and con- tinue each Tuesday and Thursday; for five weeks, when the course will be completed. The Tuesday-.1 night meeting was held at the F.j G. Briggs home near Potlatch.~ j Those interested will play bas- ketball in the gymnasium on Wed- nesday evenings. The Penny? Chance was won by Bettv Good- paster and sold for 380. The meet- ing was adjourned to see an edu-, cational motion picture, “Canals! of England,” shown by Bill Good-1 pester, with Hoodsport schools; new motion picture machine, Al delicious luncheon was then served; in the school dining room by Mrs.‘ Fred Compton and Lorraine Pa—l gel. Captain J. H. Nance celebrated, his 80th birthday on Saturday,l January 25th at his home in Hoodsport. With him were his; sister and brother-in-law, Mn: and Mrs. John Cushing of Colona,i B. C., Elva Price of Skokomishl Valley and Mr. and Mrs, Fred Seigel and children of Potlatch. 1 NEW 99mm 11591.11 Dims SCHEDULED FOR THIS WEEK Housewives of the nation \'.'i”. be made apple-conscious through the coming week as thousands of chain and independent food stores from coast to coast launch a new: rsales drive on Washington apples, The drive, opening January 30th,. will run through February 5, i Both producers and retailers“ look with optimism on the effect} of this sales effort on WashingJ ton's apple surplus. The drive sponsored jointly by the National; Association of Food Chains and: the Independent Food Distribu-l tors Council in response to a re— quest from the Apple Institute. friends Friday evening with ar party in honor of Lois Simmon‘z who is moving with her parents to Coulee Dam, Games were plav~f ed, followed by refreshments-w other guests were Jean and May, Ashbaugh, of Shelton, Dale ve-L land of Shelton. Andrew . wold cf Hoodsport and Bud L.. ‘ scott and Jack Sceva of Inilzel Cushman. During the evening Lois: was presented with a huge photo-; graph album from those present; Mrs. Hamilton and her (laugh—.1 Nadine, left Tuesday morn‘; ter, Ling for California to be near her- 'son. Oliver, who is working there. . Leo Johnson attended a. of the Olympic Peninsu— Mrs. meeting lla Resort and Hotel Association, at the Mark Hotel in Aberdeen 2on Friday, aJnuary 24. She went with Mr. and Mrs. Loring Stet- son. Bud Johnson spent Saturdayl and Sunday in Hoodsport with: his parents, Mr, and Mrs. Leo: Johnson. ' Denny Rathbun, Rex and Ray1 Howry, Jack Hembury and Dale: Cleveland of Shelton, hiked to} Flapjack Lakes on Saturdayl morning and spent Saturday and], Sunday there skiing and camping; Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Severance' and daughter, Donna Elaine, of Shelton, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Terry Pagel of Pot-l latch. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ahl of Camp 5 were in Hoodsport for ; drive. this sales For Washington retailers, will be the second apple mobilization in a month, both chains and independent:- having joined hnnds in the recent apple drive promoted by the \Vashing- ton State Apple Commission at the suggestion of the U. S. Sur- plus Marketing Administration. According to Don R, ‘vValt-Ii of the Seattle office of the Surplus Marketing Administration. the “new drive is particularly timely and should cap a popular demand that was being made for apples as a result or considerable sales to ;prozriotional elforts.” v i 1, , vat.) Stores in this state, 21‘ those throughout the ii: feature apples in store and advertising. Chain displays outlets will follow the procedure develop— ed in their ‘Producer-Consumer" drives to relieve farm surpluses. according to E. B. Springsteen, secretary‘rnanager of the \Vash- .ington Chair Stores Asrociation. Washington. according to Uni- ted States agricultural statistics, ranks first in the production of the nation’s apple crop, supplying about 25 per cent of the apples grown. In normal times Washing- ton ships about 28,000 cars of ap- ples. The loss of the large Euro- pean market, of which Washing- ton vvas the major source, is esti- mated at 5,000,000 boxes. There are more than 6,000 growers in Vv'ashington who will be watching the outcome of the new sales DeMolay Practices, Committee Reports At Meeting Mon-day Committee meetings and obli- gation practices will be held by DeMolay members next Monday evening in a special meeting at “Dad” Hack's home at Second and Cedar streets, Master Coun- cilor Jim Forrest announced to- day. All committee members and chairmen are especially request- (‘l‘i‘l '!‘/'\ \i M \QHM (‘l’ll’lN'l‘V .IOT IRNAI, 1". Smartest, Thriftiest Of The New ,\ Are Her 2 the delightful rating purpose. A B C TOPPER Plain, Yd. 55c Print, Yd. 59c Begins Feb. Est and Ends Feb. 28th Make It The Starting Date For Your 5W? Fabrics You save when you sew your own clothes and your savings begin with the fabrics you buy! new patterns, colors, in textures for every apparel and home deco— La La VOGUE CREPE January 30, lRl‘Y . 3‘ All RULES rm: DRESSMAKIN ; CONTEST! 1_ 30am Re lélntry must be accompanied by sales slip show nil-volume ing purchase of materials, trimmings, and I“ill 2 Mm. tern. slied F. Wardrobe. All I 2 . y men 0—12 0 Materials must cost 39¢ a yard or over. (physican ems) hav “son Coun e... 3. Only womcns’ dresses will qualify. Professional Dressmakers are not allowed to' lo“ 4'. ter. 5. 6. Prizes on Display in the Dry Goods Departmenl, 0 . c lson, ( | llffoy-d B Pa, Ald . .a' ‘ Willie yv Arthu enter. Sec Entries must be in by Friday noon, February and important new to be judged. ,. ABC ABC COTTON PIQUE 39° y}!- r I ey‘ Le. Floral prints that bring exclamations from William“; 49C yd, . . l . the weekend vinmn their a,._ ed to be on hand With their re-I . Smooth . . . all rayon crepe of Crown Tested rayon. , e itinisrfégilsr 16%.00‘21123: giisgoag‘ents, Mr. and Mars gage,” Ag? [ports while one of the main ac- A beautiful Crown Tested rayon fabric that is Will no, q“ makin it ms to sew G“ rant‘ed one‘ PelfeCt.f°r the. new two'tone (1.1485385; |, no NEI where they will make t’heir home’i A regular meétmg of the tions of the session will be a crush-proof, sag—proof, run-proof. Irons wet or L l" g y ‘ - a 9 A B C Fabric that IS tub and sun fast. .161. isthl M1. and Mrs Win Lum gpent'lHOOdspOI-t Townsend dub will be practice by the initiation team, dry. Guaranteed color fast. 39 inches wide. colors. 39 inches wide. wide. Mas C th Sunday visiting‘ Mr. and W.lheld in the 01111) 100m“ at the Form“ said' ‘ ' inméh? R. Ellis in o1ympia~ school house Saturday, February All members of the DeMolay ' secOnd a1 Jackie, Rex and Ray Howry en- 1: at 8 .0 Clock: The Public IS "1‘ l Chaplafial‘e "mm to am“?- Tne PATTERNS of high fashion clothes; Butterick and Sun-. NOTIONS for every home sewmg purpose low priced. “ list. tertamed a group of their yam,r Vited. Bingo Wlll be played after meeting opens at seven oclock. . ._ . men wh the business meeting, lhe said. phClty Patterns . . . made easy t0 fOllOlV. tons . . . lepel‘s , . . tapes . _ _ Threads, , this are: - O V “ U ' On Man l ' I gnlteers, . 0C ,‘ MEAT PRICES we... , call. effective Friday and Saturtl ‘1 Coum, .1311»: or v rourrl 12$ . Derlod 1 ............. _._ lb. '_, Eh 8, aec , , , 9? rece 3 1 LEG 0 933m , . .» ._ r ........................ .. - .53; Prices EffectiVe"$anuary 31—— ‘ i i; amt of t February 1 and We Gladly Redeem Orange and V be . Blue Surplus s .- l «summon Food Reliance I . '0“ percen Stamps. . Statior 1: Pork and Beans l o, P k / 12:21am if on C or , I l l . gngma ’ Tuary Model SVS-6 . . . has Meter-Miser and other fa- mous Frigidaire features. ; Terms to suityou. Only NOW IN: Also See Another Great Bargain l Lowest prices cu. ft Frigidaire ever legend 114'” A Special factory shipment of new 1940 models QUICK ACTION is necessary on your part for you may never again be able to buy. a brand new genu— ine FRIGIDAIRE at these low prices! Check this list of fillings and features that only FRIGIDAIRE offers you! V Every ice tray 21 Quick— ube Tray with Automatic Tray Release V Instant Cube Release in every iray...no twist- ing, hacking, or melting to remove 1C6 V Double-width dessert tray with 2 Instant Cube Release grids V Sliding, glass-topped Hydrator V One-piece, all-steel cabinet V Newest 1940 styling V Meter-Miser — sim- plest cold-making mech- anism ever built—quiet, and never has to be oiled V 10-pointColdControl V Automatic {Reset Dc- {roster V Frigidaire Fast-Action Super-Freezer V Large Frozen Storage Compartment V New Chromium life out shelf ant General Motors NEW 1941 FRIGIDAIRE ELECTRIC RANGES FRIGIDAIRE REFRIGERATORS Brilliantly New . . . inside and out! lulubermen’s Mercantile 00. Your Complete Department Store V F-114 Exclusive, Safe Low-Pressure Refriger- V Built and backed by Ega’Fleischmann’s ’: YEAST 3 cakes ...................... _. 10¢ Drink it with Reliance TOMATO JUICE 7-oz. cans ...... .. for 29¢ 15-oz. cans ..... 6 for 47¢ Ask.for the new yeast book. Corn Flakes, Albers ............. ....................... ._ 4 pkgs. Milk, Federal .......................................... -. 6 tall ca‘ns Lard, Wild Rose, in new 3-lb. tin ............................ .. 31¢ Ripe Olives, Jumbo size .................................. __ 2 cans 27¢ Crystal White Laundry Soap ...................... __ 10 bars 31¢ Egg NOOdIeS, l-lb.‘ cello bag __________________________ _. 2-lbs. 23¢ Butter Beans, Palmdale ............ ________________ __ 3 cans 35¢ Chocolate Candy_ Mixed. __________________________________ 1-lb. 17¢ Crackers, Bisco Bits .................................... pkg. 10¢ Marshmallows, 1-lb. cello ; ....... _.. ___________________ 2 for 23¢ Honey, strained, local ...................................... _- pints 19¢ , Sugar, fine gi‘anulated—lo-lbs. 56¢; __________ 25-lbs. 1.39 Tomatoes, Silverd‘ale Puree ______________________ __ 3 cans 29¢ Vita Food Dog Food ...................................... __ 6 cans 27¢ Let Us Help Solve the Lunch Box Question! Reliance W. Paper 2 lge. rolls 33¢ Reliance Chicken Spread ...... _. 3 cans 29¢ Reliance.‘.’% size Tuna Fish 3 cans 49¢ Mor ____________ _. 2 tins’45¢ The all hame meat for every occasion. 12-oz. tins. Candy Bars 3 for 10¢ Popular brands. Veal Loaf 2 for 29¢ Libby's 7 oz. tins. ~ Deviled Ham 2 tins 19¢ Libby's Genuine. Chili C. Game 5 for 41¢ Libby’s No. 1 cans. OVER 500 BEAUTIFUL PREMIUMS View the Alber’s premiums in our store Saturday. Also receive a 5 starter coupon Free. Coupons now good in Washington. Demonstration Saturday Brown Bread 0 I H 253.,” o are ens . 19,9. 4 . . . . Young, tender—3V2 to 4—lbs. average. 'd192 ‘g'ac' Try them together! Beef Stew 2-lbs. Sliced Bacon I I lb. Morrell’s de-rined. l I I . I Igngéles. Picnic llams . . lb. 2 Reliance. Diced Carrots 2cans.......19¢ f A nilr’,nl ', , »‘ M" l ' Pe' inimmi Morrellrs Tenderized. equavaflab SALI and PerPER SHAKERS 18mm“ . \- 25: and a ZEE or cOMFORT Tissue 4 roll Package Top Heavy Bacon . . lb. 25 ff Morrell’s, pieces as cut. r \ ~ Fresh Oysters pl. 191%,; lied Salmon . . lb. 23 0 i3}! audi Sliced or whole. t° hea I Gas 0 Hum Meal 2-lbs 2392...: I “mured Oh'l' ll I 28 ll ols . . ea. ,, :1 MIL: . Q Saul y. 0 , askéldtion: A Full Line of Salt and Cured Fish! "age, :2, WHITE mm mm no 1‘ l Emu“: 41mm 25¢ ! WHITE L. M. Black Tea New Cello-Pack—excellent blend. 11b..........59¢ 1/.1b........31¢ cancert: Carsten‘s 39 x‘les limp fire ah Formay . '. 3-lbs. 459% y lie for . trib °r°w a n Bis-kit I may: Mix “9 25;“ . ( GARDEN FRESH é9re t} 1 Large , FRUITS & VEGETABLES malty; E Mixing Bow Rhubarb .......... .- 2-lbs. 19¢ 253;: Lettuce ............ -- head 8¢ i clguest Both . . . .. . . .. 39¢ legged Dry Onions .... .. 5-lbs. 17¢ Sweet Potatoes 5-lbs. 27¢ pea?” Carrots ............ 4.-lbs. 11¢ 51:38? P Bulk. s, .& ORANGES Bunch Carrots bu. 5¢ . TREES EIEESEED ngatzoegsaaé. .... _. 50-Ibs. 43¢ graph 3 do‘z' ‘ ' ' ' Bananas ______________ __ lb. 6¢ fifsfif‘ 1/2 Case. 1.49 lfihgiiiig‘ n Case . . .. 2.93 él‘l’gst‘ll _ in: