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....___,... Page Six Flospital During January Shelton General hospital opera- tions opened the new year in the red with a $733.55 loss accrued during January, the monthly con- densed operating statement re- leased yesterday by Treasurer Reg Sykes indicates. Income totaled $6,235.06 against disbursements of $6,966.61 during the month, the statement shows. It follows: RECEIPTS Less charity cases and discounts ........................ ..$6,235.06 DISBURSEMENTS Medical staff and out— side specialists ............ .. 1,286.95 Administration, nurs- ing, vX—ray, labora— tory, kitchen help. or- derlies and floor maids .............................. .. 2,591.56 Drugs, dressings and other hospital Slip- plies and laundry ...... .. 1,563.48 Fuel, lights and water 222.11' Maintenance ...................... .. 50.00 Kitchen supplies .............. .. 877.68 Depreciation and insur- ance ................................ .. 376.68. $6,968.61 Operating Loss, Jan- uary, 1941 .................. .$ 733.55 Donations received in l January ........................ ._ NOTE: Officers and trus- tees never have and do not receive any compensation for their service. Submitted by l SHELTON GENERAL HOSPITAL ASSN. Smith Supports ' Lease-Lend Bill, Dies Continuance (Special) ~— Congressman Martin $733.55 Deficit Dewatto Boomman l l l l Washington, Feb. 17. ——- i , F. Smith actively supported and] voted for H. R. 1776, “An Act to Promote the Defense of the Uni- ted States,” when this Lend-Lease legislation was passed by the House. In a vigorous speech on the floor of the House while the bill was under consideration, Con- gressman Smith said: “The main purpose of HR. 1776, as amended, is to enable the Presi- dent to more effectively defend the United States by measures short of war, within the Consti- tution. As Commander in Chief of the Army and Navy, the Presi— dent already possesses enormous constitutional powers. The Presi- dent can sever diplomatic rela- tions with foreign powers. The President can send the Army and Navy wherever he deems advis- able. to avoid war, for he has refrain- ed from exercising any of the con— stitutional powers which might and very likely would precipitate hostilities. HR. 1776, as amended. will better enable the President to coordinate production and the allocation of armaments to satisfy British and American needs and in collaboration with the Army and Navy Departments render a maximum of aid to Great Britain and at the same time build up our own national defense.” Supports Dies Resolution Congressman Smith having vo— ted for the original creation of the Dies Committee to Investi- gate un-American Activities, and having voted for the subsequent appropriations and continuation of the committee—he again support- ed and voted for the resolution to continue the committees to April 1, 1942. “I do not approve of all the actions of the Dies Committee and fully realize that it has made mistakes," Congressman Smith stated, “this being true of all in- vestigating committees, for they face a difficult task. They have to deal with unwilling and in many cases recalcitrant witnes- ses, and witnesses who are try- ing to conceal the true facts from the committee. The fair way to judge the work of the committee is to take its whole record. When we do that we are forced to con- clude that its disclosures and ex- posures of communism, fascism and naziism have been worth while.” HARSTINE RESIDENT IN HOSPITAL J. Reed of Harstine Island was admitted to the Shelton hospital on Saturday for treatment. F I L M S DEVELOPED and PRINTED per roll Plus Free enlargement Coupon Your. choice of negative Fir Drug Store HOME .‘ LOANS C Convenient Terms 1 O Reasonable Rates 0 N0 DELAY Mason County Savings & Loan Association Title Insurance Bldg. The fact that he has sought ' l Breaks Both Legs In Odd—Accident By Mrs. P. W. Nance Dewatto, February Reed, a boom man for C. en last Wednesday the 12th. was taken to the Bremerton hos-l pital by Martin Johnson. l H Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Nance vis itcd at Hoodsport Wednesday with P. VV.’S brother, J. Harden Nance ‘Ii and wife. We are having beautiful wea—. ther but cold nights. Thermom- eter down to 24 degrees at 7 AM. Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Donnelly, Mr and Mrs. Dick King. Mr. and Mrs. ‘ Bert Carney, Mr. and Mrs. Minn ard Babcock all were Visitors in; the city over the week end: ' Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Ritzen and' Mr. Ritzen’s mother, of Belfa'ir, visited at the home of P. W. Nance, Sunday afternoon. The “500” club had its party. ‘. Friday evening the 14th. The t ble was beautifully decorated a}. there were Valentine all. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Cunnin:1,— . ham received first Cunningham. Mr. George Ellis called on Pill-1’ iner Johnson of Belfair last Sat- . urday. Mr. and Mrs. entertained Mr. Russell Stelting's Mrs. P. shopped and they day with Mr. Nance, and Bremcrton in the afternoon. Building Ready; Celebrate Feb. 22i By Della Goetsch A Harstine Island, February 17—— The island will celebrate the op- ening of the new school house February 22. The program of ev— ents is sghedued to begin at 8:00 3 o’clock, the admission fee of 20c, (grade school students free) go-‘ ing to swell the fund which the} l VVomen’s Club is building for the. purchase of an enclyclopcdia fori the school. School supplies and equipment were moved from the ed as a school house since the beginning of the school year, to the new building during the week. end, and school started there on‘ Monday morning, with everyone very happy over the change. Two’ new students entered the recently, a boy and a girl from the home of Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe , Page who are occupying the George Carlson place, and came| 5) here from Nachos. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Hitchcock who have spent several with relatives in Chehalis and Portland. returned to their island! home Saturday. I I; Leota Stringer and son, 3, Wilson. u- spent the week end in Tacoma. 1 Mr. and Mrs. John L. Hitchcock Mrs. Herbert Spahr, of Point made a business trip to Shelton Friday. They now have a cken farm. H. O. Hulin, who spent some time in Shelton hospital, is now: “31 improved sufficiently to enable him to leave the hospital. He will remain in the city, however, for a while at a private home where he is receiving care until he is in condition to come back Be it beauty or basketball con- tests, lovely Beth is hard to beat. court, too, being a ball-hawking guard and a strong point getter‘ v for the All-American Red Heads, queens of the casaba circuit, who , plays in Shelton February 18 for the benefit of the Garden Club’s Railroad Avenue beautification ' . project. I 17A "-IOI‘J’lll i Li. C. , Logging Co. had both legs bi'ok—l He f: l . prizes, with i .‘A'i second high going to Miss Eliza-l beth Bedell and Lee Baxter. 33 Mrs. Dick King entertarned with! '- a luncheon last Tuesday. Guestsl 150-23 were Mrs. George Ellis, Mrs. Plus—g ,. sell Stelting and Mrs. Gol'doili Steltingr ‘3'" sister j and family, Mrs. Throupc of Row; 1‘ ton, over the week end. i Mr. Monroe Nance spent Satur— f W. in l with a house warming party and ,2 1', program, sponsored by the \Vom’l en’s Club, next Saturday evening! 5 Fessler ; summer cottage, which has serv-l SChOOl l , weeks l },3, new l r, Vaughn tractor to help with the, :-’ work on their fine fruit and chi- '5" to the, island. I '2, Lovely and Lively I Lively above, And she lives up‘ Ito her name on the basketball , ., Warns Patent Gabardine Lastex Insert Black Elasticized $4.50 Gabardine SET OF 4 SAUCE Plus 2-ql. 4 COVERS TO FIT, 75c for easy cleaning. Cup-marked. Tania/won fl“ 3 he 11/241!- Malched set, popular Windsor style, including right size for every pur- pose.SIan ting rims, rounded corners BAKELITE HANDLE Perfect to “year With the New Greet spring light of foot in these lovely shoes received here in ad- vance signed for flattery . . . fitted for own fort .’ SllEl,iTON—l\/[ASON COUNTY JOURNAL Cowboy Sadle Tan. Crepe Sole. Tuesday, February 18, S j‘i; 2 gm $288 Our Regular 1.65 and 1.95 retailers Beiges mm These shirts leave nothing to be. desired in quality. — “4 They’ve eXtra details usually seen in more expensive Bums shirts. They’re nationally advertised in Life and Sat- urday Evening Post to sell for $1.65. At this price buy by the pairs. A choice of three collars. Genuine ocean pearl buttons. All regular sizes and sleeve lengths. Three Days Only Wed. Thru Fri. of the season! They’re de— (Store closed Saturday) Blue Elasticized Gabardine $3.95 : Feb. 19, 20, 21. Store Closed All Day Saturday to Honor ,. E902th the Father of our Country. ‘ ROLLED OATS Ill-lbs. 39c sfibifi KBAUT can 10c 4 sew 39c Libby’s No. 21/2. MAYONNAISE Nalley’s Qt. 39¢; Pt. 2, --l:ii.§i °ffic me 1 er < 093.1 I BROOM . . '. “Big Value.” PBESEBVES 2-lb. jars Sunny Jim. 3.95 WHITE NAPHTHA SOAP 6for.25¢ _._.__..____..__._._—__.__.._ [:1 rge med. Lge. . 23¢ SUGAR Pure Cans—“Finely Granulated. Ill—lb. bag ............ .. 56¢ 25—lb. Bag .. ......... .139 Bag ........... ' ifihessttav; are, Lge, 23¢ BROWN SUGAR tagging Blk. 3-le. 19¢ m edit/m H/‘gfi Jest: Corned Beef . . . 2 for 39¢ , Cherries . . . . .. 2 cans 33¢ Libby’s Fancy No (lrislle—lZ-oz. Sweet in Sprup—No. 2 can. ~ Bulk Dates. . . . lb. 121/2525 Cake Flour . 2 3/4ulb. 23¢ Ne ‘ . w Crop. Swansdown. Marshmallows . 2-lbs. 25¢ Dog Food . . . . . 6 tall 29¢ Soft and Fluffy. Vita Food. Pork & Beans. 3 cans 23¢ Cheese .. . . . . . . 2—lbs. 59¢ \an Camp’s. Kraft Amer. Brick or Vclrecta. Baking Powder . . . . . 19¢ Corn Starch . . 2pkgs. 17¢ . _.),..~ K4“ "'" 01- Staley‘s. Foods. Cherries .. . . . . . 2 for 25¢ Flour . . . . . . .. 49-lbs. 1.29 . - JUICE Oranges. 3 din. , , Sunkist Lemons, 300 size. '- mes Lettuce . . 2 for; 1.33%?“ For Pies“‘NO- 2 (rims. Homclike—lOO'fl; hard wheat. Wesson Oil, qt. 45¢; 1/2-gal. 79¢ Snowdrift, 3-lb. 51¢; 6-le 99¢ NEW ! WHISTLING PER/EOELGAERS SAVQBEOE‘Q gee! TEA M I L K -7 , Large crisp heads. . @3121; s s flaws lnlroduclory Eric. I .~—..§5..........quool.ng/zz a {musing its’ E 0:14; 3- r S , Carnation, Borden, Pet or Federal . . . the MU? n-cur 9~ 189 z-oum . Hot H . Dun, 8‘ 2-cursr79 4-CUPSlJll "lg-01.51.19 2411.31.31 0 5 ' ouse' y in ary lz-CUP sass lS-CUP‘Saflb #014135 C 15-Lb5- sleet Dre} These are America's For modern kitchens. Whistleswhenitboils. ans ------------------ —- *P t t . y- ion favorite percolators. Handles stay cool. Smart, new design. B U T T E R i . O a ' ' ' ' ' inub i U. s. No. 1 Yakima. T. ‘. of offi Wild RoserI—score. infiiegge 3 er- eta ...................... .. 7¢ . MEAT SPECIAL 3* l I: at " Strictly FEshGLocaGls §ge S ed A lb ngdleint b‘ II;A[;(§;ITE FANfiLEs SMART, MODERN si’hfi‘éEEw‘g'fiE’r s . p l ------------------ u '9" m tingling: A TEA KETTLES ‘ “\A' y DOZ. .................... ._ I“ ,w ,1, 32.4.5. gigs [£6 0 PORK ROAST. .Ib. 2 3.", i’lllliilii 93 i331: 3133 W- 'W- 0 RED SALMON lb . ear?“ ll-"LSZJS 3'01' 5-0153.” Neededinevetyhome Whole 0 d ' ' ’ ' ' ' ' ‘ ' ' ' ' ’ ' ' " ' ' H°1\ 133.42% ‘li’fiiily' £1.23; “95.5% i2? $133351 ed din' SHORT RIBS or STEW BEEF 1}, 15¢ r we 9 ' rm? l, :8. . 1 r . , . . e‘ _ ' ll 4 ------------------ -- Plnt I I I Z'lb. ‘ 2 _. Chittfgmc . , e . ,,,,, m, MEDIUM BACON ........................ ..1b. 27¢ . SME 'a 8°“ wit LT .............................. ..-4—lbs. ri bal - flaw gal, F0 t . bOT Pieces as cut Fresh Columbia River ‘2 blot] sozpfsm.”§.'..,;.m ARMOUR’S COLD CUTS .......... .. lb. 29¢ $575 needs_ Steamfieal keep, 10 varieties to choose from z . in goodness, flavor. ------------------------ H 2_lbs' ¢ I I ' I I I I I l Z-OUART bermen’s Mercantile Co. 3-0UAR‘I’ I-UUAR‘I' 8-Wl" DANISH BANQUET CHEESE... lb. 29¢ Go’vt Inspected Beef Your Complete Department Store — “Where Quality Meets Price”