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March 11, 1941     Shelton Mason County Journal
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March 11, 1941

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Pox School At Fowl .__V._._,‘_.. _.., ._ v —r\.._A.._,_ illittman Cracks SHELTON-MASON COUNTY JOURNAL New Lawnmower Tuesday, March i men to vaccinate their poultry for I the Shawn jumm. hig fowl pox. This School will be , . iuni this ’l‘llul'sdiiv 6" Puvallup 011 Friday . . . i . . . . I . l . held at the Experiment Station I . ' g the curtain to rise at e1 at Puyallup on 1March 14. The; i “promptly. Each year the \Vestern W'ash- same school will be conducted aLI . S ‘ l - “I... Hm“. author . y ‘r A Cl. 1.. \. ington Experiment Station con-iChehahs 0“ Mal‘Ch 19- Local' I S may {11er directs the duct“ '1 “chool to train poultry- pomttryme? grimy atltend mther * I ' . is a teacher now at, >1 ed A ‘ ~. I t, V t s .,1 ‘7 a M v “a. mee mg l ey so (esue. I (OMMLRLIAL lu‘L‘AGEEPOt I I Using factory equipment and Skokomlsh StllOOl. “a,” ("H M H ‘ 7 WV” ‘ ,_,, s .' 9 ' .’ '5 methods, Sleyster's Fix-It Shop Proceeds from the iilompp is offering local lawn owners the be used to outfit the” ivy/ml 2;; 4_E flair , "30 '30 ',.00, latest and most efficient process» ISkokomish school lib I I. ‘ Mooonkei, igh'é'maCme 40 “£33 i . es in sharpening lawn mowers. I -_ ' “ Rug Samples , 27” x 54” High Scores Game~~Harry Dittman 217. Total—Allarry Dittman 597 (new season’s record.) Matches Thursday Daviscourt‘s vs. Mac's. McCon‘ztey's vs. 4—E Dairy. her is topping the commercial bowling circuit at the moment Iis the pin busting they're getting Efrem Harry Dittman of late. ] Dittman set a new record for' in Thursday. lthe current season .night's play when he posted a 597 1776755 836 2367‘821 905 957 2683 if you Vv'ish to Sell you’ll Have to Tell Journal Want-Ads. One of the reasons Mac’s Cor-i i i l l lot to other 19 ,Kamilche Ladies 4] models. «'0 0’0 Ill-gins (z) i‘ 4-1: Dairy (1)I luxuries. Alice Land here demonstrates o o -. ‘ ‘ i r Handicap 130i Handicap 264 ,Nubictt 5061Savage 4161 how the new concealed safety steps Dittniail 597ISk-31'bini 462 _ iTingstead 456IWl‘iite 418' permit "walking in and out" of car. I Gerhardt 375}Olson 431 _ . Cammarano 464IFoui-re 460 kg radiator design, the Fleetline ls Slml- 0- 870877 831 2578j848 740 863 2451 Unfair Practices ADMINISTRATOR NAMED l ,, of experience in the sharpening Iof lawn mowers, has recently pur- chased machinery which assures precision results ‘so necessary for ithe efficient operation of modern precision lawn mowers. , Sleyster’s is also featuring a Elarge stock of new 1941 silent ' aluminum Pennsylvania lawn mowers. An advertisement in tonight's Journal carries further idetails. Snowwhite Play Mr. Sleyster, who has had years H o M LV‘NC L 0 A N, 0 Convenient Ii Q Reasonable ‘, 0 NO DELAY: l l 1. itotal to help the cornerites gain: s , L" , ia2t ladat eo'r 4—E‘ ' i 4'59 ref-{mar 556-9" {Dairy 0 V “ fig ‘9 i Thursday Night. is min i At that, tho’, the Macmen lostI I * 'ElRushln a c e I "‘“w‘ i $ R v $65331 gfflége‘géfiffilfa‘ggfi:I Under the sponsorship of the I Mason County £08313??? '. i‘» i '- , ‘_. Women of the Moose, students ofl ,. I ' Iglcfigggy? l the Lower Skokomish grade school , & Loan ASSOC; dreq‘KFIa I imovetl the bakers within two 'Wm present the Original pluy‘ Title Insurancé " superviqj igames of the leaders. Gene Mil- <“ST?°“'White and the Dwarfl?” Oremau‘ ’1m. and Hemie Hildex.man wereI D H H I Iwmtten by Mrs. Ruth Hawk in , — égikp‘UL s v :thc tri ‘rermen behind the dou hI ’ ' evr "M g c PERFECT SCATTER RIJGS I mixasvssgum g I With Spring 5 blossoms comes a , the extien: ii The “Ming: ' let's new Fleetline model a new. body es in th oiSCONTINUED PATTERNS nigionws (2%: gavigcourts $1 ' ! LAWN MOWERS it}; 0y. I (inclcap I an map I - . area ‘ A? Istmthem 4560,1391, 526 1. style now being Introduced by dea ers ' t . i Younv 480‘Hilderman 522! . W 11116 hey LdStn {Cami 339IWestlund 401 i In this area. The car accents smartness ‘ lDummV il20'Crowe 382 - iDummjy 39030. Mum. 53 l of rear deck contours and new interior v - Mayben E. Willits was appoint- . - ed administrator of the estate of I his mother, the late Mrs. Dessie I ,I a Hu-ghbanks, in a superior court 1 order signed Saturday by 'Judge I ~ John M. VVllson after the Will had th Kamilche March 10__ The Kam- OLYMPIA, March 11»When the been admltted to prObate' t d fiche Valley Ladies club met house late last weelQroyx a tine-1.. m. ‘h a iWEdneSday in the grange han' en- 5‘4 “ii Ellbnlfemoidtliient‘iittieiilsli (f a child’sAIGmeursi 140 ' S ' W‘ J01“ 1'0 in a clam chowd r d'nner 1* ene , . .' ‘ i - a“ 0V“ ._ . ‘ ‘ 1irxibth ng. and Mrs. H? G. lNelson trOVerSial issues or the leglsmtlve ‘ae is considered a genius. we U50 Factory Equipment and Methods tOM met is Ias hostess. Members present session. This IntiaSLgefWaSP QUI— _A_ __ en and Repair all Makes and Sizes—REME . ion to ’3" n i ' wise known as e 11 air rac I ~ . i u i. if?” MYS' Eliza Casey’MISCWT' ices Act, and had Considerable we call for and deliver your machine. Dr is crew . , , Lowe and daughter, AVis, Ml s. Ld , , , OpOSEd . ‘ I .. »- I. , Petty, Mrs. Ray Keyzers, Mrs. Hi support from dlfifemnt secnons 0; 100000 We ‘5 , . , _ . Barron, Mrs. H. Jacob and daugh- the state, organized by a group 0 . y the .0 I , , . ‘ .ters Nila and Linda, Mrs. Wm. seattle remllersg 1W0 590395111?“ M F E T I N G 75.000 ram ' L. lTurner, Mrs. Phoebe Young, Mrs. attempts _to reVlve conglderatmn Your Old Mower on a New of ism“ fleve .. I I 2 V ‘Dave Whiter,“- mm MIR H. Guof the bill_went down under a , 19“ Silent Aluminum A Large Selection {urch oai ,. . .i 3 Ike asecl . i . ' Nelson more dec15ive vote than the one mowers. ome i he W a . . ‘ . T , ' iwhich denied it passage. A / P. 1 ' Priced from est . . . I There are many cases of meas-i This bill was made up mainly of 3:00 p_ M. cnnsy vanla . th , .les in this vicinity. i . _ ' “ver ' .e W . -. . ' antarctici255 In to M0 $2 astute: . V {the Kamilche Point Sewing club the Em were harsh wi'th it RPPJ of Dayton Community Terms If Desired I Ea $51,“ I ‘ I: ‘at hert home OnMThufiday' Tryiose resentative John McCutcheon (of: Chlb’ I 4 to lggtl‘ific. ' i presen were: rs‘ my ID on’ Pierce County asserted in house ~q ‘ nsi ante . _ ‘7 . .I _ . x a.) .n A, 0 j : . . : ily-“5‘ L931“? Auen' Mrs" dud W‘Vdi: I debat, “It would be beter known A' E‘ LEMKE' ,: .«i "05 a . .. . IMrs. Estella Holman, Grandma by the name of .Compimcy in To” Club Presxdent V 44%1 ‘ 'Brownfield, Mrs. Jess Brownfield; i . I i, . , H ~ I . I ‘ fie ' , (Mrs. Arthur Nelson, Mrs. Wesley‘Iflgi‘ficg, uam' m “laden balm __~ “mu” _~______ __, v, ‘ it, _ M. .. _,.._- as.“ ._.. -—a l£11k! p": . \ggbgéstns' H' G" Nelson’ and the The price-fixing feature ob-, ‘ 00mg? di ‘5 Mrs. IE. A. Henderson or Roch- .Viousw was the. thing of greatest. es100 33,0 . Iester Spent the past week with influence in piling up opposmon. ZecuTea . her daughter, Mrs. Bert Rail. Mrs. consumef‘s from all Over .the nr deal thr IHenderson and Mrs‘ Rau were state, farmers and representatives I eel its < I . _. retailers Jomed in protesting eii- ' 10 a1 ldlnner guests of Mrs. L. A. Stall! an a l . w actment. Newspapers opposed the ~ in h lat Minerva Park on Tuesday. . . I exten, ‘ Mrs. Blossom carico spent the bl” because.“ Its avowfzq EffeCt to wall ’eam' {past .week visiting relatives in {Emovf .lpglfifi calmfl’ftlltlon film“: alted to: I iTacoma, Puyallup and Wilkenson.~ 16 :8 .21 1? t'hw 1? Paced. L emi [.8 . . . because "’5 a iMrs. Margaret Colhary entertain— $212225; 8 0 e consume! and; re_&rtx"oday 904'”. VAlVE-IN-HEAD SIX—the onl one ed Mr. and Mrs. Dindorf and fam— v ' , , I ; an i in I}, b- psemn low- rice y i ily and Mr. and Mrs. James Corte- ‘finouler ObJeCt19n_ t0 the PFO- * h; Officgni1 e Igges 9 P group- 51 and son of Bremermn on Sun_ :posal was the prOViSion givmg en—» v. Constr, itorcement. responsibility to the I i Miss 31“ Attorney General and anticipating a e? . . . because "VAlVE-lN-HEAD’S THE VICTOR" in perform- ance on land, sea, and in the air! ,a substantial increase in his staff. WEEKEND VISITORS ‘Any merchant or trade associat- l Iday. , , ____._______ ' Mr. and Mrs. Ed Mura of Bell- Eion could have filed a compaint Iingham were weekend visitors i against another merchant without . uSed ' I _ iwun friends and relatives herewposting. any bond or being heldI Merchand. Chevrolet for ‘41 is the only biggest-selling 7 er. Mura is the former Mary Mc- g responSible in any way. If a mer- R . by t I: . -. . ' ‘ ' ecause '5 Donald, Shelton teacher. ichant wished to sell out he wast 8e as Ellie low-priced car that brings you this envnable SIX (YllNDERS save Y°U m°neY 0” 905:0ll il‘equested‘ to give the manfactur-' ;. e l Shark Liver jers from whom he bought his. i Eighty pounds of refined 011, rich Istocks a chance to buy back at! in vitamin A, is produced from 100 'COSt- pounds of shark liver. The bill was rushed through the senate without public hearing Ill’l February, and on second read- iing in the house all amendments [were voted down by decisive ma- Igorlties. Comment now in the Cap- 1 iitol is that the apparent attempt and upkeep! MARCH combination! . . . Why Pay More—Why Accnept .Less? Remember—more people buy Chevrolets . . . because it’s thoroughly PROVE—thoroughly DEPENDABLE—as mil- lions upon millions of owners will testify! than buy any other make of car, regardless of type, size or price! FILMS DEVELOPED and Airflow Sedan Radio, heater. In v e r y nice condition for $595n0 Touring Sedan Good tires and paint. A nice family car for $495.00 PRINTED ito‘ railroad the bill to passage {without examination of its pos- per roll Islble effects was also a strong Plus motor in arousing protest and op- : ' DOSitlon I / sta Free enlargement ' not r coupon - at egrc Gigi... of Vineyards Tour 1938 CheVI'Olet OldsmOb‘le 1938 Ply. “338.”; e evro e om anv I s1 t d St d 0" ‘ Fir Drug. Store ‘ a e a “r ay I O I 18 000 .1 New tires, radio. heater Ver nice car f0f ' Manag lst Grove Phone b tour dof four vineyards is n y Y m1 es and defrOSter y : Eifffbis be v - elng con noted at Grapeview ' '2 I ,. Ithis Saturday, March 15, at 10:00 $ $ $ '1' :0; Rib-g I. ~ g .. ia. m. by Dr. John C. Snyder, EX- . . " m etaus ltenSIOn Horticulturist and Coun- V or PU . i W Agent Okerstrom. The ob- El“ I lJeCt of fig: tour is to show grape , l' dqsndi‘yle growers e value of reen m ~ l ‘ ‘ure crops in the vineygards. Thirsle bts linerfc: Q crops are seeded in the late sum- Touring Se V P‘Uagd cor; lner so as to protect the soil from I Ierosion and leaching during the 1. winter months and 15 then plow- ed into the soil for fertilizer. The best crop to seed and the time of seeding will be discussed. Looks and rims" new. For " RA Each stop represents a different ~ Conn crop or time of lantin to be ‘ t I studied. p g 1:335, y la , , , r 8 Magoyester I - . 1'1 Skokomlsh Indian 1937 Pkllo’mouth Dggge 1933,}; 00 . resist}? . Blac oupe ourmg e an .. E pun . , , . . . ‘ Du eh! I S ReSlggng lfgssdes A very nice car in New set of 6—ply tires. Nice looking fd? edttigberi; ,_ ervmes wi e e urs ay Nice in i nd out for In agile1 o’clock from the Skokom- every way S dc a couPe I 31111? tires: is ‘ aker Church for Charlie . . “P- oi I Jones, 82-year-old resident of the $ .00 $ $ 5' .' tlotne" an Skokomish Indian Reservation, . face iwho died at his home on the res- Hick __ I el'iI/{ation this morning. t {me-11:2“ 8‘3 . spring Ithe LIZ'StVZiItléim Han WI” conduc We have others to choose from besides a couple of repossessions very c l’ dig‘g‘itizgds 0' 0'" 9 . MELL CHFVROLET COMPANY i a 1 la daughter, Mrs. Louise Pulsifer. told 0.1591 ' itwo grandchildren, and a nephew, ‘F’ltnerchks Fll‘St & Grove Phone lFoster Jones, all living on the esterd ape, , Ireservation. I I i g0 inay at Pl t k del t efrom ITMr. Jones was born at Port 1 as fish Qt: en 0 3 33 an 0 s 0 005 ownsend but the exact date is e 4 Q a e y «i notvknown. He had been ill for ,407 8' 15,1; Chrysze’r Plymouth Phon We“: several years.