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February 6, 1941     Shelton Mason County Journal
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February 6, 1941

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Page Eight “ Raymond Sunday The longest trek of the season (unless they go up he Olympic Peninsula in the A.A.U. elimina< tions) faces the Pantorium Pi- rates this Sunday when they go to Raymond to meet one of the outstanding independent basket- ball teams of the Southwest in the Mountcastle Red Devils. Possessing such stars as the Schnee brothers. Roy Appukka, Bob Phair, 13le Church, Don Pe- tit, Bud Alexander, Jack Rosen- tangle, the Red Devils have a lineup which may make the state A.A.U. tournament this year.’ All are former outstanding high school stars while Phair and Rosentangle have played college ball. The game starts at four o’clock in the Raymond gym. She Head Opponents ‘Bliie’ Lila Blue, here shown, was the young lady who gave the Pirates ‘Down‘ To C lPrivate" Utilities” Pay Schools $03 At the request of State Scnooll Supt. Pearl Wanamaker, figures' showing taxes paid to .9. ‘iool dis- tricts only by private utilities in Mason County have been com- piled by County School Supt. J. E. Martin. [ The result shows that the: West Coast Power company paysi $652.07 altogether in six districts. that the Puget Sound Power and! Light pays $254.96 in four dis- tricts. and the Peninsular Lightl and Utilities company pays $19.69l in three districts, :1 total of $932.18 I on an assessed valuation of 567,-! 229 in the several districts. Thisl is ten percent of the valuations ofl the districts and one percent of! the total school taxes raised in the entire county, Supt. Martin l l l l l l I l l l l l Shelton basketball boys the most trouble in the last appearance of the All-American Red Heads in Shelton two years ago. Miss townies, 32 to 29, in 1939 to square accounts for a defeat the Townies had handed the famous feminine hoop tourists the pre‘ vious year. This year’s exhibition will be the “rubber” match, will be played February 15 in Lincoln gym at 8:30 o’clock, with half the net proceeds going to the Garden Club’s Railroad Ave- Blue potted 14 points as the Red Heads defeated the Shelton I l ne beautification project. 0 It's a real value celebration! The opportunitypf your life to get a TUFTLESS MATTRESS in a stunning new Regency design at a sensational saving! Ordi- narily you’d pay many dollars more for the superb sleeping qualities of a Sorta Tuftless mattress, as advertised in the Ladies’ Home Journal. A ndbc sure to see matching box springs, the 121/] Anniversary Crib mattress and Couches also being featured. Comein,m them, ask about convenient terms today. “ Marlins rim Mm Mm , slums compo,“ run you. SERTA’S SMOOTH TUFTLESS SURFACE: Smooth as satin, with no knobby tufts to disturb your sleep. You sleep on a smooth, even tension surface. SERTA’S VITALIZED CUSHHJNINE: Gives you more healthful resilient sup- port plus comfort than any other mat- tress made! SERTASEPIIC TICKINB: ’l‘he ticking that is germ and odor repel- lent. . . sanitary and antiseptic. SERTA GUARANTEE BY NATlUNAL .LLOYU'S INSURANCE 60.: Your complete assurance of quality and satisfaction. l i WW“ STRUTWEAR HOSIERY All Pure Silk Iii-thread Chiffon Friday - Salmvlay Only Reg. 79¢ pair Your Complete Department Store SHELTON-MASON COUNTY JOURNAL anions “Sleapmaazm” DIVKN S New “Finger-Tip Cont'rol’,’ converts it into a com- foi able bed for two—in a jiffy. Large ma- he, any bedding compartment in bottom. Newest Premier Wire Coil Spring construction. Large assortment of covers such as tapestry, velour, or mohair . . . in all colors. Styles are also varied with the pillow arm (not illustrated) a very popular style. Boy Scout Outfitter Complete Uniforms for Scouts and Cub Scouts Hatches Pocket Knives Flashlights Mess Kits . Sleeping Eggs etc. CHOCOLATE Malted Milk Kraft's PRODUCE Oranges. 3 doz. 47¢ Buy Washington APPLES! l for Vitamins A, C and G Daily health tip——eat at least two crisp, fresh apples every day. . WINESA‘PS 10-lb. bag ...................... .. 29¢ Box ................... .. 89¢ to 1.19 LUMBERMEN‘S MEBCANTI'LE comm: .1 MASON COUNTY’S OFFICIAL Fisher’s filend Flour H U R R Y ! Take Advantage of the It: Sale Fig Bars ........ .. 2-lbs. 25¢ White or Whole Wheat Sunshine~.—Lge. 2-lb. boxes Krispy Crackers ’Grahams, both for Nobility Crackers... 1-lb. box 29¢ 5¢l°acl<age SUN-MAID RAISINS ‘ ! with pgchase Pure Cane, Granulated Swt. Juicy Navels, med. 104'). bag ________ 56¢ 4 . , Potatoes. 50-lbs. 43¢ 25-11,. bag ________________ “>139 EgggefSTEW . . . . . . . . 2 Yakima U' S' NO' 2 IOU-lb, bag ______________ _. 5.25 ‘ lb Arizona Seedless STEWING HENS ____________ u , Grapefruit -' doz' White . . . 3 to 4—lb. average 1 doz. in Shopping bag OPENS ALL CANS..EASILY! QUICKLY! PORK CHOPS .................. .. lb. Lettuce .... .. 2 for 15 - PORK STEAK ____ ____________ __ 1b, . . Large Grips heads $|IOOVALUE WIENIES __________________________ H 11).; Again We Urge You to RED SALMON ----------------- H lb. Thursday, February ‘ Discount ON ANY OVERCOAT IN OUR STOCKll FAMOUS NAMES are woven into the labels of these coats . . . Timely Clothes “Finisher” and Curlee’s nationally known ,fabrics. Ev- erything about these coats merits their original higher prices . . . except the season. Buying one of these coats now——at this discount —- will be like putting money in the savings account . . . for on the present ris- ing market you can expect to pay more in the fall. Sizes from 36 to 44 $40.00 Coats. . . NOW $32.00 $27.50 Coats. .- NOW $22.00 $22.50 Coats. . .. NOW $18.00 $19.75 Coats. . . NOW $15.80 USE OUR 3-PAY BUDGET PRICES EFFECTIVE FEBRUARY 7, 8, 10 PHONE 305 iciisv” WODDBURY'S RADIO SPECIAL Sanlitex . . . . . .Vé gal. CLEANSER, DISINFECTANT, BLEACH — 5¢ bottle refund Toilet Soap . 4bars Heavy MASTER MAID' CAST . ; Valentine Candy n ALUMINUM - into at a fraction of it‘s regular price. Limited . while they lastll We have a limited number of 49-lb. Sacks FISHER’S SAUCE FANS With COVERS BLEND FLOUR at $1.59— with each sack you get 2 qt. regular 3.99 ...................... .. NOW 1.99 sfack of FISHER’S PANCAKE & WAFFLE qt. regular 3.99 ...................... .. NOW 2.49 1¢' ' 4 qt. regular 4.49 ...................... .. NOW 2.99 sack sack ¢ .Dutgh reg. 4.99 NOW 3.49 Fisher, '2 m. va oas er reg. 5.99 NOW 3.99 S .... .. Pancake ...... .. 14Mt in. Comb Grid Broiler 2399 NOW 1.99 1 5 qt. Pan. Tea Kettle reg. 5.99 NOW 3.99 VELURE BATHROOM Tissue. . 3 rolls 25¢ Full 1,000 sheet rolls. It’s an all purpose tissue for cleansing. Sweet Remembrance We have a fine varietyéof Fresh in Valentine'Boxcs M Price‘s, ,- Feb . \ '7 a i ' . 1: Il' MAYONNAISE Quart 39¢ Pint 23¢ ' “at 0:1}: Quart 29¢ Pint 19¢ ROLLED PORK ROAST 10:3"; Nalley’s Pickles... 2 jars 37¢ Shoulder cut . . . boned and rolled antic ere LEG ROAST OF PORK. 1;, «lg SHORT RIBS 0F, BEEF 1: Mixed Sweet or Plain Sweet SUGAR . . nus EVERSHARP .. ‘ WALL-TYPE ............. CAN OPENER Stainless WITH 3 CANS I4c LUNCHEON MEATS 3-ll). till Spiced Decker‘s SMOKED HERRING 3 foi' ‘ FORMAY ................ ._ 3—11). tin ; The perfect Shortening “Where Quality Meets Price”