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February 27, 1941     Shelton Mason County Journal
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brua ry/ 8d}; February 27, 1941.. outing supe ‘ , eouts were: O MO. I I l 3 Idellneg 3:: < o . lanls g last spring, and both teams won their league titles. That put both teams in the Seattle city tournament which semis two teams to the state A.A.L7. tour- 111 the prcgyatu is namcnt. ;v two“ few days ago of} Unable to play for both, the djoin. 013’ house immed- iMillikan brothers had to choose “‘3 the park next to between them, 59 Bill stayed with ‘ la . :te on the baseball dia- Ethc Queen Anne Y.M.C.A. while 3', b . nongcheventually surely, ER STEP ’ _001 district's pro-l ‘ 1' t °te , u, I) (511336 a School a f Don cast his‘. lot with the Acru e aw 1 . wupt. H. Loop , Mechanics. both teams were 1m- M 11 6 ,’ forellng will be removed 1 dressch in their first round games, CA Vfor the field to be cn- Bill scoring ten points as his Y lteammates beat St. Benedicts, 50 (H t to 31, and Don tallied 16 points as 3 “ct’5 ’a m b i t i 0 ii the Mechanics whipped ‘Washing- ‘ 530“. e a.Dpl'oaching base-, i We 1 amually purchase the Eton Athletic Club, 57 to 31, in lt ! ., eg'fllerty hold by prl- he opening round Tuesday night. . "the ‘ Maybe Don and Bill will find . ithcmselvcs as rivals instead of 1 n the same block, strict title to all ,~ ,Franm. t0 T‘Volffll'hl‘r' ,of teammates if things break right ‘ V‘s emele and the City 1m the progress 01" their two i . mod“, essciitiahy four gtgamg t of I“; all to be included iINSPIRATION ; i‘ a Setugoir field. ‘ i Maybe. there was a reason for l I. creatfi“lll enage the dis- the grand game of ball Pat ; aciiitiesL a real 13133131161; smitn dished out at Port Town— 1 for New}: W‘thhi send Tuesday night in the A.A. en . 1 at Sfeleld lacks badly, and} I7. sub-district climinations for . para“) -SOftfielCl Gla- the Pantorium Priratcs . . . Pat's ‘ ' mother, now living at Discover .ngG EERtAWS ‘ I . i Bay, learned about the game anyd n the sa “’0 Cflamplonsmpy came in to see her son play . . . es it me bESkCtball sell-i he certainly put on a fancy ex- 5 Problems. as Bill ‘ hibition of basket production for led the city league} her, ere laSt 5035011, Clls‘ ‘ THE DIFFERENCE . : Fans, beginning to take inter— est in the welfare of the Pantor- ium Pirates, as they once again knock on the door of the state 0“ ‘t\'l'( t. .' 11 's I s 1 cams n. V, kiattle; \vhcre Bill mov- l ' ft 3‘ Job at the _, plant 300mg iA.A.U. tournament, are inquir- 1 )Timbe after the MO- ling about the difference betwren ._ r Plant licrc closed jthis year's and last year’s Pirate ’lsquads, so let's air the subject right now. i The holdovers from 1910 an 1., ". at Se 'Smith, Bill Taylor, Bill Levett and I BgBIBrS Bill McComb. Gone are Bill ‘ lMillikan, Jim Funk, Jess Ander- Shelton‘son, Lobe Bell. and Ralph Wal- lton of the 1940 squad and in their both for have ‘ ‘ . ............ .. '. done in t] . “places are B111 Somers, Murray ée tOurnaments1e gieifd lTaylor, Art Cloutier, Gordon Rus- l‘ P8115 v acarted home n’mre ethonl sell and Ned Snelgrove. re 0f the 1 . . anl Millikan and Funk moved to dfinal Ofgfgzyigferictfiffi Seattle, Anderson cast his lot i 'eln handicap bowling? with Elma this year, and Bell 'ay Them 3 Iyt kegelers' from Centrwl and Welton dropped off the Home “Pia, Gm“a Harbor, squad of their own accord. Som- 1 ers, although one 01' the oldest players currently performing in the city league here, is enjoy- 1‘ , I). ,._ eillioyed this year. i , Co the four round-rob- i V ma mbleted last Sunday 1 I ~, after /. 1 ing his best season. Murray Tay- léniShing “5‘21? tggelfszgf lor is a Pacific Lutheran grad l Mas now teaching at Allyn and the (DH Laundry teams easilng one-two in the hand With their respec- v milssome totals of 3072 i No. I reserve to spell the start- 1 ers. Russell, Cloutier and Sncl- grove are familiar faces to She]- ton fans. having performed in the city league for a number of Sy Squad 'was second The' n seasons ’ 1 . al‘ of ' 8‘1“ an Aberdeen for blow does the 1941 team com-‘ four tou t . sOme 40 pingndmen 5’ pare With last year‘s? Regard- QSa . iles'swof how they fare against, A1 pgrggmgg‘l" Jtfi'iigxflenton in Saturday‘s 'tournamentl ‘ totaL Virdon Saw iberth game, this observer believes kerbim eighth with 'this year's club is superior to the ,_ ‘unk and Phil Bayfl1940 edition. It' is a smoother with 1219 and Bulfuvorking crew, not as tricky as KH- Woodé tenth with last year’s with Anderson, but a 98“ more tilffectivel paising club. and 0m . . one W1 1 comp c e armony, some- . sfisundup inpigflftrfi gfargéithing the 1940 team could .4 total. Howie Hi1der_ [truthfully claim. not iwafiseventh at 642’ I. H'} Defensively there are. those who " 12thnmth at 634, Mark' 3165 c say this year's club is stornger, . 629 Bat 631 Jack Miner others who give the edge to last 11. ud ' vear‘s. Probably there isn’t much difference. although this corner Ron 1 loans to the first Sf‘l‘nnl of thov'mt In“ Tuesday’s exhibition at Port Townsend can be taken as a baro- meter, the 1941 club has the Eedge in offensive power. but last lvear's club was no slouch at manufacturing points. _Ferrier 14th at loth at 624, Lee at 614, and i 1"}.71111 ,f es . 46 doubles. Petitionentered the Olym- l The nod this word-scrambler gives to the present aggregation is based mostlv on its'g‘reater smoothness and harmony, plus the fact that Smith and Levctt are playing far better ball than 1 they (lid last year while Tavlor . and McComb certainly are play- ; E in}: every bit as good, no doubt Deli better, but not by as great dif- ferences as Smith and Levett. l This year’s [lack some of the ability of I 1940 trouble-shooters, however, not by enough to argue much 12 VERY OCCASION r ed anywhere reserves seem to the but i {about . Perhaps the best idea would be to dig up a two-bit piece Satur- iday night and see for yourself as the Pirates battle Renton f0r lthat chance to go to the tour- nament. 113.111.1765.ny 1 News Bij-evities By Mrs. M. C. Hogan Purdy Canyon, Feb. 26. —— Mr- and Mrs. John Case and grand— son, Jim Smith, were Sunday guests of their daughter and fam- ily, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Smith. Mr. Oliver Johnson was also :1 lguest for dinner. , i Mr. and Mrs. Walter Lunde were visitors in Chehalis one day last week. 1 Mr. and Mrs. Bill Bourgault and lfamily were dinner guests of Mr. land Mrs. M. c. Hogan Sunday. Mrs. Fred Lambert spent VVed- nesday visiting her parents, 1\ Beach. Mr. Del Edwards received word from his wife who is in Montana, that she is improving and ex- pects to return home within two weeks. Miss Agnes Hogan spent weekend with her parents, and Mrs. M. C. Hogan and fam- ily. Her mother and sister re- lturiied with her for a two days. visit in Olympia. Mrs. Louis Hutton, Mrs. Fred Lambert and Mrs. Chester Rosen- berg were among those present at the double shower given by ers. Fred Miller for Mrs. E. J- Moorc and Mrs. Claud Dug‘gar- land Mrs. L. C. Smith of Concord from “enriched flour" or by. the addition of the required pendinglo or even greater than those in stone-ground flour from high Vl‘ tnmin quality wheat. “Enriched bread” may be made u A Sale Food Buyers Have Asked for— Thritfy shoppers look forward to Safeway's big Annual Spring Canned Food Sale because they know that this event is one of the outstanding features of the year. Again we have taken special care to see that this sale offers attrac- tivc values in single cans, dozens and even case lots. Buy now and save. SIX DAY SALE FRIDAY THRU THURSDAY February 28, March 6 ENE GLADLY YOUR FOOD STAMPS 101157 STORE..- 011,53." ~_‘ ‘iCunned Fruit Juices Libby’s Tomato Juice—‘S-oz. 2 for 9c doz. Diamond A Carrot Juice—12oz. 8c; tins Blue Ribbon Fig Juice—12oz. for 150; doz. New West Apple Juice, 12-02. for 1.50; doz. Libby’s Apricot Juicewlil-oz. 9c 12 tins Sunsweet Prune Juice—1.202. 7c ____ __ 12 tins Libby‘s Orange Juice—12-oz. tin 9c doz. Town House Grapefruit—18—oz. 6c; 12 tins Libby’s Grapefruit Juice—18—oz. 6c; 12 tins Bruce’s Blended Juicos .................. .. 12—02. tin Libby‘s Pineapple Juice, 8-02. 2 tins 9C; doz. Libby’s Pineapple Juice—~18-oz. 100; 6 tins Libby’s Pineapple Juice—46-oz. 5 tins Bruce’s Blended Juices—4602. 19c; tins Canned Fruit Savings Ukulele Broken Pineapple 20—02. 14c; 8 tins Libby’s Pineapple Tidbits 9-oz. tin 7c; doz. Rosedale Sliced Pineapple 15-02. 10C; 6 tins Sun Down Fruit Cocktail ............. 1-1b. tin Libby's Fruit Cocktail 16-02. tin 120; 6 tins FullvO’ Gold Fruits for Salad lb. tin 14c; doz. Bruce’s Grapefruit, broken—tin 80; dozen Highway Broken Grapefruit 20-02. 8c; doz. Sun Down Figs—l-lb. tall 100 ........ 6 tins Freckles Standard Plums 29-02. 100; 6 tins Harper House Pears—l-lb. tall lie; 6 tins Amita Pear Compote lge. 29-015. 150; 6 tins Valley Gold Whole Apricots 30-02. 17c; 6 for Libby‘s Loganberries 20-oz. tins 16c; 6 tins Libby’s Blackberries— 20-oz.tin 14c; 6 tins Stokely Red Sour Pitted Cherries 100; 10 for Castle Crest Peaches 1-1b. tall 90; 12 tins Castle Crest Peaches 29-02. tin 13c; 8 tins Del Monte Peaches 29-02. tin 14c; 6 tins EDWARD’S (3012131113 The finest canned coffee your money can buy—yet it" saves you mone'y on . every pound. Regular or drip‘g‘rind. 14b. tin 4-113. tin 21¢ 75¢ Nob Hill. Zvlbs. 35$ Finest quality CONN" ‘— ,"931‘ ness guaranteed Fn‘uirtight hugs Airway. . .. 3-1113. 37¢ ’l‘ho aristocrat o‘i' thrifty cof- lces. Ground fresh at‘plu'chasi- Tea l/glb. 25¢; 1b 49¢ Canterbury finest, rialivflm‘or- rd black tea Ca Tomato Calsup lge. 10c;6 for 55¢ 'Highway brandws'picy, pure tomato catsup. Large 14 ounce. rich Moat “Morrcll‘s” spiced pork luncheon meat. ounce tin Mela Flora Honey 5-111. .tin 330 by Lu SHELTON-MASON COUNTY JOURNAL H5" {)1. firepofirnij . . . . tin-.95 doz. 98¢ Tomatoes . . . 21in 19:; (102. 1.03 verdale" popular puree style tomatoesfi ounce tin “Glenn Aii-e" fancy whole segments of'fincst'fruit‘. ounces Town House lge. 14o; 6 for 83¢ Fancy, Grade “A” grapefruit juice. Sweetened or natural. 1'16 ounce. Silo Crest Finest halves or slices'of peaches. Large ounce tin mate Eunice: lge. 1'Zc;-3 tins 49:: “Sunny Dawn” with the flavor of fresh tomatoes. 46-02. tin. ' 1111 13c; (Her 75:: tin 19$; 3 for 55:: Pure strained Honey in large handy pails A 490 850 8.5 f be 98c 79c 98c 69c 690 5c 490 55c 98c 89c 890 750 55c 9c 690 890 890 89c 55c 55c 55c 790 890 890 790 98c '98c 890 830 Highway Peaches, slices, halves. lge. 12c; 6/89c Savings Canned Vegetables Chinese Maid Chop Suey Veg. 18-oz. 20c; 3/55c Chinese Maid Bean Sprout 18-02. 90; 3 tins 25c Chi ese Maid Chow Mein Noodles 5-02 12c; 3/300 Butter Kernel Whole Corn 20-oz 2 tins 25c; 8/890 Tender Sweet Bantam Corn l—lb. tall 8c; 12/89c Van Camp’s Hominy 29—02. tin 9c .... .. 6 tins 49c irvington Club W11. Beans 19-02. 2 tins 25c; 9/$1 ‘ Libby’s Cut Green Beans 19-‘oz. 12c; 9 tins 1.00 l Titian Brand Cut Green Beans 19-02. 80; 12/890 Gsrdenside Cut Green Beans— 19—02. 80; 12/890 Briargate Cut Green Beans 19-0z. 100; 10/950 Rosedale Cut Green Beans 19-02. 9c; 11 tins 1.00 Inland Val. Green Asparagus 10953-02 11c; 10/98c Libby’s Sauerkraut— 19-02. tin 80; tins 95c Highway Sauerkraut— 27—02. tiu’9c; tins 980 Stokely‘s Red Kidney Beans— 20-02. 100; 6/550 Prepared Foods Van Camp’s Pork andBeans lb."7c; tins 790 B M Baked Beans— 28—02. tin 15c; 6 tins_790 Stripes Raviolis 151/3-02. tall tin9c; 6 tins 490 Lyndon Chicken Noodles 1-1b. tall 160; 6 tins 89c Lyndon Sandwich Spread 3‘/_»-oz. 8c; 12 tins 850 Lyndon Mushroom Sauce 7551-02. tins 850 Lynden Petite Tamales— 7533-02. 100; 6 tins 55c Lynden Chicken & Noodles 1-1b. 250; '3 tins 69c Lyndon Turkey Noodles— 16—oz. 3 for 590 Sale of Dennison is Products Lima Beans with Ham 161/3-oz—W2‘tins 25c; 6/69c Chili Con Carrie 151/4302. 15c ______________ ._ 6 tins 790 Spaghetti—with sauce"; _________ .. 1-1b. tall tin 7c Spaghetti Meat 13211153153102. 2 tins 250; 6/690 Sandwich Spread 4-02. jar 9c___; .... .I;__'__: '6 for 49c " Vegetable Noodle Soup l-lb. 3 tins 25c; 12/950 Bean‘and Tomato Soup 15%,02 3 for 250; 12/950 Beef Broth l—lb. tin 3 for ________ .. tins 95c Lunch Tongue. . tin 29¢; 6tins Libby's cooked lunch tong‘ue.’12 ounce tin 11.2.9 Roast Beef. . . . ,tin 6 tins {L19 Libby‘s tender Roast'Beef‘. “No gri'stle. 12 ounce tin. Libby’s Hash. . ..tin (itins. Libby's corned Beef Hash. 10 37,, ounce tin. Dennison’s. . 2 tins 6 tins 59¢ Lima Beans and Ham‘ ‘with raisinsauce. 161/2 ounce tin ‘ Dennison’s. . . . . tin 15¢;I6'tinsw79yl Delicious, spicy chili con carne. 151/.) ounce tins. b-Dennisonls . . . . . tin'9¢; 6 tins 49¢ Delicious Chicken Sandwich Spread. 4 ounce jar‘ 361111180113. , . . 3 tins doz..95,¢ Asst. SoupsVWchetable—noodle, Bean & Tom.,_ Beef'broth. Save This For Your Week-End Shopping . Page Three ‘ it 13%,: W Check List 7 .m J o Canned Vegetables MUSHROOD'iS—Ll-oz. 6 tins Jacob's pieces and stciitsmnl ounce tins: ..... ._ MlEHROOh‘IS—Z-oz. 8c; 12 tins Jacob’s pieces and stems ounce tins....... Puree Tomatoes-etins 9c; 12 tips Gardenside Tomatoesim‘ZS-oz. tini 89¢ 89¢ Tomato Sauce—3 tins 10 5; doz. "3Ec ounce, tin ‘3 l 1 Garden Side Tomato hot sauce. PEER-S 55 Carrots—tin 10¢; 6 tins Mission Brand blended. ounce tin ,,,,,,,,,, ,. Libby’s Peas—2 tins 255,“; tins V89¢ Fancy garden peas. ounce tin . . . . . .; ............ Sweet Peas—tall tin 8c; 12 tins Garden Side or Happyyale brands. lT-ozftal‘ Bantam Corn tinge ..... ,8 tins Highway Golden Bantam Corn. 20—05:. tin ,,,,, ,, a, Niblcts Corn—tin ...... .6 tins Del Mniz whole kernel niblcl’s. 12—112. tin,_. . ,, c Bantam Cornmtins ._____6 tins .uib'. 304.911 imn :iiti .orn. 01 nee l )t ll t C 2.) l ‘tii 66¢ “66161 FRQBUCTS—— Darigoid Butter 3 score ...... _. 1b. 40¢ Dairy/land Butter—afresh crmy. lb. 38c 36c 19¢ Tasty Pound—good quality ____ __ 11). Large Fresh Eggs—grade ‘A’ doz. Med. Eggs~grade ‘A’ ____________ ,. doz. Dairgold Cheese—«full cream.... lb. (Dairy prices Subject to Market change) ‘Winesap Apples 10-lbs. 39¢ OSUNKIST Extra Fancy ‘Jrappcd and packed S Pimbarb .................. .. 2—1bs. 15¢ “3:101:13 ,. g ,. A ., y Lxlra. Fancy Hot House All Sizes Repack Tomatoes 2-‘1bs. Fancy Quality. Firm, ripe 11-11»; 49¢ New Potatoes ........ _. Z1—lbs. 19¢ Medium size Red Florida New Peas ................ __ 2-lbs. 10¢ Fresh W’eil Filled Pods b 5 SUNKIST Broccoli ........................ ..l . . Freshw— Tender No. 1 Asparagus ______________ _. 2-lbs. 19¢ All 51265 U. S. No. 1 Fancy Quality 3o lb. Lettuce .................... _. each 51’: Imperial Fancy. 5 doz. sizo. Cauliflower __________________ .. ea 15¢ Snow White large heads. Fancy Carrots ...... each 5¢ SUMMST Imperial, Large bunches 1. s. No. 1 Potatoes 13-1135. 19¢ Lemons Smooth ‘Med. Size Potatoes ‘_ F'ulfof Juicé U. S. No. 1 Potatoes 50-1135. 706 All sizes Smooth Med. Size Potatoes ‘ Yakima Super Gems 151115 Best Quality No. SKINNED HMS 4b. 1250 Fancy Sugar Cured77Whoie or Half MUTTON claim :lb- 15¢ Loin and Rolled Rib HORNE!- .290 ‘C Deli-Cut Short-Shank“ ' Pork Chops . . . lb. Center Cuts 25¢ Leg of Mutton. .lb. stters .....pint Pork Roast lb. Fresh Ficnic Beef Steak ...2.1b. 29¢ ‘BaconSquares. lb. Beef Boil .. . . . lb. 13¢ 21¢ PURE 17¢ LARD -1bs 15¢ FILLET or COD .lb-I‘gy ‘~