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February 20, 1941     Shelton Mason County Journal
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Page TWO W Sl—lELTON-MASON CO UNTY .l 0 URNAL Bovecs Return From Trip Into Oregon Rev. and Mrs. J. O. Bovee re— turned last night from a week's visit in Portland and Salem. Ore.. win-re they have been visiting friends. They report fine weath- er and a noticeable upturn in business. Pastor Bovee will be in charge of the regular services Slmduy. _~__________ PARAMOUN THEATRE Shelton, Wash. Fri, Feb. 21 1 Day Only GAIL PATRICK Inn,uuNIEn 5 Big Days STARTING Sat, Feb. 22 (Continuous Matinee Saturday ». from 1 p. m.) 7 to and including Wednesday, February 26 MIGHTY svecucm‘ /lr///'I//JI/r////(7' “ammonia; , JEANARTHUR, n. , WlLLlAM HOLDEN -‘ i . - In order to permit an early showing of this Spectacular " picture the producers of “Ari- iézona” have released the show {fat the following prices: Sat. and Sun. Mat. (Continuous from 1 p. m.) Children ........................ __10¢ Students .._.24c Adults ............................ ..30¢ ' Evenings From 5 p.m. Children ........................ ..15¢ Students ._._24¢ Adults ............................ ..40¢ (Scrceno Wednesday Evening) ,30th Anniversary » ~ll/lrs. W. Smith I l F eted At Agate l 1 On Valentine Day By Mrs. Mary Matthcs l Agate, Feb. 19. ~— Mr. and Mrs. ‘E. Hawkinson had a very pleas-I ant surprise valentine night when ia number of friends dropped in ion them to help celebrate their vthirticth wedding anniversary. A :jolly time was had playing cards ,and enjoying music. A delicious supper was served before depart- ing, with best wishes for many ihappy returns of the day to Mr. and Mrs. E. Hawkinson. Those :prcsent were: Mr. and Mrs. D. Clark, Mr. and Mrs. Hartman, Mr. and Mrs. P. York, Mr. and Mrs. F. Guycr, Mr. and Mrs. H. Vi’clch, .Mr. and Mrs. J. Vanderwal, and ers. M. Matthcs. Mr. and Mrs. Grafton of Soap Lake, and Mrs. W. French of Se- ,attle, visited Mr. and Mrs. T. lHouseman Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. F. Cramcr of Red- ‘mond were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. Vandcrwal. Mrs. M. Mattth enjoyed (linncr {with Mr. and Mrs. T. Houscman Sunday. Mrs. L. Hall and son returned Saturday after a visit back East with relatives. Earl Halstrom of Tacoma spcnt llthe weekend at the home of Mr. and Mrs. T. Houseman. I Victor Lewis, who is employed {at the Boeing Field, was home Saturday with his uncle, Harry lBantham and his younger brother, IGeorge, to celebrate the latter‘s Ibirthday. Victor presented George lwith a bicycle. 1‘ Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Watkins of ,Buckley, spent the weekend .visit. ing Mr. and Mrs. H. Welch. Mrs. Fred Hovind, baby son, ‘and Mr. and Mrs. T. Houseman, visited Mrs. M. Matthes Thursday. F I L ‘M S DEVELOPED and PRINTED per roll Plus Free enlargement Coupon Your choice of icgativc Fir Drug Store Fa _.-.. __-._-_< ~......._——..__z_ - . _.. CITY MARKET GRADE “A” LARGE EGGS Sunny Jim P’Nut Butter jar Dill Pickles ............... .. Med. Ivory ................ .. Sunbrite .................... ._ VEGETABLES EATING FRESH BUTTER CRISCO ' ........25¢ Shrimp ........................ .. cans 19¢ Hot sauce ................. SUNSHINE Sodas 2.119s. 27¢ Grahams . 2-lbs. 29¢ Rhubarb . . 3-lbs. . Oranges . . . 3 doz. 49¢ Spinach. . . .. 2-lbs. 15¢ ‘ Lemons doz. 19¢ z doz. Crystal White SOAP 10 bars . . . . 5) 05¢ ....... __ qt. .. 3 bars . 2 cans 25¢ .56 cans 25¢ Beef Fresh Ground Hambu Shoulder ' I l l Sausage 25¢ Leg Mutton mm. mm. Boil lb. rger lb? 15° [least Pork lb. 19:: Mutton Steaks .. lb. ’Frankfurters lb. 19¢ Pork Steak . . . lb. 21¢~ Pure Lard . Entertains F o r Potlatch Ladies By Elizabeth Hussman and Mildred Woodworth i l l l Consolidated with The Shelton Independent Entered as Sv"COI)(l-Cl£7:<s lllzlilt‘l‘ at the postotl’ico at Sliclion, “'ashingion , Subscription Rates: BY MAIL: in Mason County (outside 01‘ Shelton city mail carrier districts) ‘3: pn'l'yi‘111‘: o’ months, 51.2.3; 3 kl'i-gilléllluns l'orbid re; iliuir Journi. t a . jI‘I'i“‘l\'lll;.‘,' by mail. ‘ ‘Potldch, Feb. 19. The Pot-[BY JOURNAL CARRIER: latch SOCial club met at the l or 552;.“ |>l‘l' your in advance. schoolhouse Tuesday evening. Af- l tables of contract Simmons Mrs. Mrs. Kenneth the galloping goose. Smith was the hostess. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Carlson and daughter Esther, lcft Thursday W In. mid. points of interest in that state. Billy Reader is at home after Shclton hospital. Friends proving rapidly. Mr. and Mrs. T. Pat-gel daughter Thortsa, and Mrs. Canyon. jurday guests at the home of Mr. i and Mrs. Wm. Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Smith and tiny daughter spent Sunday in Olympia. An- was Miss Beatrice W'oodworth. Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. James Sim- mons included David Simmons of Tacoma, Mr. and 1‘ :3. Neil Sim- ‘mons and son Mickey. and Mr. and Mrs..T‘Kenneth Simmons and daughter Anita, of Potlatch. Mr. midfiMrs J. E. Bushuc and son Jimmygand Mr. O. E. Havens ors at the: home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Himsman. ‘ Mr. and Mrs. Rodgeberg. Mr. and Mrs. Fred ROSe and brother Robert Rose ofShelton, were Sunday afternoon callers at the home of Mr. A. H. Wibert. Mr. and Mrs. Jacobson had 3. their guests on Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Nelson and family of Tacoma. Mr. and Mrs. H. Paul Tompkins spent Saturday visiting at Naomc of Mr. Tompkin's Mrs. Fred Anderson of Olympia. Pete Kosmonek spent the week- end in Keyport visiting friends. 59c 49c CORN, PEAS, STR. BEANS Scans . . . . . . 25¢ MJB. COFFEE 2-lbs. 25c .....lb. 15¢ . . . 3-lbs. 25¢ lland duplicating services. He has authorized the Labor and Industries Department and the State, 1“ :Tax Commission to combine their efforts in aud- iting the books of business and industry. At the lmoment, he points out, there is an overrun-hing of I Under the new arrange- 'f l . . . - ,lmore revenues Will be collected and busmesswfll .s‘ be benefited by less interference. , i gains should more than compensate. for any slight : official upset the new order may occasion—Seat- ; ltlc Times. ter a short business meeting two‘, 7:: were played: high score going to Mrs. Reaclcr,. second high to Mrs. Sislcy and! received l for an extended trip to Califor-z They plan to visit Mrs. Carl- were Sunday; dinner guests at the home of Mini Bruce Pang-cl of Purdyi Misses Elizabeth Camcron a n di .Jcan Smith of Olympia were Sat-1 of Bremen’tbn were Sunday visit-‘ 5 . ‘and really stop all foolishness and politics and force unity. It took about so long in the World tative, Charles Savage. They also, War, and the lost time meant many needless 105 t h c ; cousui, l Mr. and Roy Aslcson andl 0n , carry on Without a care for the future so long as the present provides all creature comforts and safety; none have yet considered the sacr1fice of l l l i. ‘toward economy in the state government ofl i months. 75¢. I ‘ _ 'dcnts of Shole served by city mull carrier Ironi‘ Published every Tuesday and Thursday afternoon Foreign $3.50 per year. Postal in Shelton, 25¢ Di‘l‘ month (collected by carrier) GRANT C. ANGLE Editor 7J. EBER ANGLE Manager Mcmbi-r oi’ \Vashinglon Son's-paper l’ublishcrs' Association and National Editorial Association. Z the kaleidoscope of war events either at home or the several days treatment in the! abroad, but we get the general idea that they also called on Mr' and Mrs' . . . J a z e. l j i . mm to know that Bmy is my, country is now in for much trouble on all Sides. 1 l Diplomatic intrigue in and between the ma- “di jor powers of Europe and the gradual closing of the Axis grip on smaller countries and forcing them beyond neutrality to the service of the die— tator countries, bodes no good to England or this . country. but reaching out. lives. ! I While we are viewing all these moves wit alarm, we should be most concerned at, home (where progress toward defense and assistanc . are being hampered by strikes in nearly every S? a guest of Mm Bolling that} ‘2. great industry, and administration Seems power-l . , less to reach the~sore spots. Mm Anna Sm‘th 15 the guest“; , It will not be long before the crucial fight’ between Hitler and England will focus, and all Europe will be somewhere in the brawl; and not so long before America will realize its dangers conducted in groups through the THE WAR PLOTS THICKEN The international as well as national plot is son’s sister in Los Angeles andf thickening so fast that none can keep up With Hitler is making slow progress in direct hits on England but is circling through other coun- other Sunday visitor in Olympia: tries to pOSlthIl in the Balkans and Mediteran- ing for the valentine exchanged v‘= ,ncan; Stalin is standing behind ready to step in to the weak spots and Japan is talking smooth play h In meantime the American people are the 1y ones on earth who seem oblivious to war and .VValter Cooke. I , anything in their daily lives; all will let the un- known future take care of itself. LANGLIE MOVES FOR ECONOMY Governor Langlie has made his first move Washington by uniting a couple of overlapping their common labors. ment, he declares better service will be provided, I l l T able position.-—Aberde ‘of ten times their own. after twenty HOME LOANS 0 Convenient Terms C Reasonable Rates : . N0 DELAY Mason County Savings & Loan Association... "Title Insurance Bldg; ,_ «2' E‘ These three NOT coNSIS'rEET The groceryman is being snared in what you, ‘ , might call the-bight of the line. A federal grandl ; jury in Seattle has indicted 12 officers and 125 .members of a wholesale grocers association for} assertedly keeping prices too high. Now the sen- ate of the Washington legislature passes a bill ,against setting prices too low. . ' The grand jury charged the indicted grocery- men and grocery firms with violation of the Sher- man anti-trust act to “fix arbitrary and unreas- .onablc prices for staple groceries.” The senate ac- ition was directed toward strengtheningthe statel lfair trade practices act of 1939 by eliminatingl A~ “loss leaders” that is, items sold at low prices to ‘f attract. customers to stores: SO we have the istrange affair of the national “and state govern- ;ments working in opposite directions. The gro- ceryman is caught in the middle, an uncomfort-i .n World. Many men get into jail by mistake, nine out The rail-roads which built far ahead of their .needs, but served the country Well in the last war are now getting another call for all their facilities or more lean years in which they and their investors went bankrupt; like other in- . dustries, condemned for progressiveness. ’ Shol’tonian Finds The somalled Cooper, Sr., ‘ Rayonier this week. employe, sabula'ta covering his yard at started last fall from two Square yards .of the plant he purchased: down in Lewis county. takes less water than grass and‘ g l 1, 2 i l l l l the Isabella Valley. e McIlquaham, a neighbor, was 31-, climbed up into the tower and: l l l l l I i l l l l . Lawn Moss Useful; ~95 “Lazy Man’s} Lawn” which has been growingl ill-PODUIarity in recent years re— CelVed Cluite a boost from George l HMr. Cooper now has somethingi '1’, like 100 square yards of the plant l .1 known as Lawn Moss or Reginai Sixth and Laurel streets which he' ‘ The Plant looks a good deal like a { moss! Stays green the year around, 5 , l Inevelf has to be mowed, Mr. Coo- per pomts out. I M Tom Webb was admitted toi nesday for medical treatment. I . , , HOSPITAL PATIENT the Shelton General'Hospital Wed- | ,from the State College of VVash- ay, Feb z\ Thursday, February "’ ‘ SEND l Fl That evening she ac- iitcd in Shelton Sunday 9 l“ and Mrs. Dan Bcn— I the Mt. View home of ALA. . ( iTucsday. iconipanicc Said—Comedy TQM iitctt to Lacey where they visited iii-law and daughter, " c 36 BV 1with Mrs. McKinney and with her Mrs Bob Rumin. infill} ‘ a. ‘sistcr, Mrs. C. Bailey, who is vis-i ' . UTDoo iting thch from Montana. l , s ___ 3 Mr. and Mrs. Harold Adams ofl Local By Una Winsor ,‘Tacoma visited part of last week} 1 , 1 ,7 {with Mr. and Mrs. \Valtcr Cooke.‘I I tb§;?1€f:gl :2;:% 1‘ out“: Harold, who is employed at the; ». g“_MADIS( whl be given hit? at £6 hrl’u'TflCOhIG. Smelter, was having a: , “time” 3“ .Ilhursday’ana Friday mofhts ‘01.. lay—off on account of an injured‘ \_ b‘ .‘ ankle ...-..~: next week, February 27 and 28. , _’ q ,T, 1 , under the sponsorship of the. Mr. and l\.rs. Frank VVandell 150R EVERY OCC were out from Shelton and visited; her sister, Mrs. H. A. Winsor and l family Monday afternoon and evc- ‘nmg. 1 i Charley Hinton of Dayton was Shelton Valley Grange. The play will be directed by Miss McCor— mack who has had much exper- icncc in that line, having directed grange-sponsored plays in other Delivered 211in11. 222 South 10th in caller in the valle Shelton counties. Local, county and Shel—l Mr .md Mrs J K V.“ ton talent will be used in thci " ' ‘ ‘ 1" ' . v cast. Admission will be 35 and! 15 cents. ‘ Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Shafer had an outing Sunday afternoon at Lake Newatzel Resort, and S. Carman at Dayton. There was a good turnout at' grange meeting Thursday evening, , and two new members Were giv- 3:: en the first and second degrees! and three prospective membersv‘ Were ballotcd upon. The hall was prettily decorated with the val- entine motif. Mrs. Estella Hol- l 1: man and Mrs. Clarence VVivell! were the decorating committed} ‘ HAM A new decorating committee will ; l . v E1axophon be appointed each month. Namesi . ‘ ARN were drawn at a previous meet-l r n ' Guitar > ' BRACIE There will be no business meet-i ing next week on account of the; date conflicting. j Mrs. H. A. Winsor, Mrs. Dech 1 Bennett and Ava and Una Winsor ‘ were luncheon guests Wednesday of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Bolling in , Mrs. James; drums PORK . \\ Sausage 2-lb. 2 j. the buses over, carrying members: La I I I I lb. of the senior class of thc Irene: it ’ , S. Reed high school. All were! “ . l’, PECKLED Pigs Feet 2—553", 213’ § Pork chr 24b. 2 ' 8‘ FINNAN HADDIE I; "a \ day. 1 -- Mr. and Mrs. Charley Baker on- i ,. joyed a visit at the state legis-l lature last Wednesday, having} ‘ been delegated to drive two of; ?'. ' a various departments and w 9 re introduced by our local Represen- cnjoyed the beautiful View. v. : Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Bennett. V spent Wednesday evening at Val-1 . ley View Farm with Mr. and Mrs. l ~a Visitors and callers at Echol Farm the latter part of the \vceki were Mr. and Mrs. Howard Rob-i, 1' inson and Mr. and Mrs. R. R. ,. Phillips of Shelton, Mrs. Clarence Wivell, Mrs. Estella Holman, Mrs, é Charley Baker and daughter Jean. ' Those who attended the dairy- ’ men and farmers meeting held. here Monday under the leadership , of County Agent Clinton Oli:1‘- strom, learned much of interest from Dr. Otto J. Hill, Extension Dairyman, and Arthur J. Cagle, Assistant Extension Economist, . Pest SALNION —— HALIBUT ington. A potluck lunch was serv- ; ed at noon by Mrs. James Frazier and Mrs. Walter Cooke. Mrs. Dewey Bennett visited in Shelton with relatives and friends Specials for Friday and Monday Store Closed Saturday —— washington’s Birthday 2 lgEEACHE S&W Grade ‘A’ Large cans ........ . . PEAS, 1 I- Rosedale 3 Shortening. H 1“ 7»: cans, ....... ... p i v. ‘ PEAS , 3 l s- Libby. Dog Food ‘ rm (imam mg. 9c ' Corn Flakes Albcr's pkg‘s. ........ .. P’Nut BUTTER Sunny Jim 3353' .......... _. 2% Full Shopping Bag NAMES . . No. 1 9 TURNIPS ‘ . , Your Chmce BAGAS JUICE PARSNIPS ‘ 3 Grape Fruit -------------- .............. .. 46 oz. .......... __ 17c [EMO ‘ daz. W V ,