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March 20, 1941     Shelton Mason County Journal
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rs(lay. March 20, 1941. I Girl. V rch b I rmel Ma ' 3:119“ ~Monday owg Han. ym .Rambow Girls traveled d to be in em Monday evening to Ft .nment ‘ b Olympia Rainbow Girls ieaSeattle A h anquet lit the Christian ~ v -' The occasion being a miof all the grand officers low? for a majority ser=< Mpg the banquet. Mrisi “191‘ took part in the _. \ --—-u ._.... THEATRE E S -AY - noun.” 24 i March 21 er ” d Two oars, _e ONLY Vliednesday C lo 26 'N PERSON ' Sinn Family ‘ NGES i st 0“ 9 People UM ClRCUlT VaLloleville ' Hot A O . Mild mental Dancing 'OO'medy p, ices this Show SCREENO ay r‘lite as Usual ' . .1: On the Fashion Plate for Dinner Wear Colorful (IS :1 combination salad is this youthful dinner dress worn by Joan Leslie, screen actress. Top of banana yellow jersey lectures l. a U-shaped neck and brief puff sleeves. while the voluminous skirt has a background of burnt orange splashed with tropical flowers in white, green and sapphire blue. n ipratically all kinds of game, says iL. H. Douglas. assistant regional lforcstcr in charge of wildlife and range management. ; An unusal ocqn'rcnce was the iappearance of a lone bull elk on ‘Chelan forest, which was 75 to 100 lmiles from any known range pop- National Forest 1 Big Game Census ‘ Shows Increases All classes of big game animals ‘on the national forests of Wash— ,ington are increasing in numbers, accordin gto the 1940 game cen- LW CSleuLES prepared by the U. S. Forest Service. , “The mild open winter of 1939- 140, followed by favorable spring lreported to be crossing the Can- ladian boundary from Canada ,along the main Pasayten River. lThe principle herds of :Mountain elk are found on the 1 east side of Snoqualmic forest, the lWenatchee forest, and the Uma- land fall seasons, has been I"espon' ‘tilla forest in southeastern Wash- isible for better range conditions lington, b d' S ‘ l .. land better Tee mg e‘isons for The rounded estimate figures . Lu “\NCHEON 12 o'clock SPEAKER 1:30—PROGRAM ” Everybody Welcome I _ "3 l .. ,. ., . , . , iJournal! \ . ‘1 ii Townsend Club MASS MEETING- Sunday, March 23. MEMORIAL HALL ‘ HAM FOOD S'l' — ,for the national forest lands in Washington show 49,000 mule ,deer; 14.000 blacktailcd deer; ,1,800 whitetailed deer; 9,000 ,Rocky Mountain elk; 3,500 Roose- ,velt elk; 5,400 mountain goats; 20 ‘mountain sheep; and 8,000 black bears. The Chelan forest shows the ‘largest population Of mule deer i20,000 and the Columbia forest iulation 4,000. l Blue grouse were have Shown a very substantial in- crease over 1939. advertise—place a Want-Ad in the ORE i is if ILK SLFT y. g I‘Ah‘rso gold ‘ «FEE RAND .lbs. RN 1‘7 l i‘LOU ' ' , rackets NDY BARS 3for 10¢ ATNUT BUTTER 2-lb_s. 25¢ BEEF . 2cans’ 35¢ arshmal éows V2 .....2cans 33¢ FRIDAY — SATURDAY MONDAY “misc FREE! 1 Doz. DAFFODILS With sons-.2 lb. 10c . . . lb. 90 mp anns 250 FRESH Fresh! Asparagus Zlbs 17¢ LARGE, JUICY Oranges. 2 doz 39¢ Bananas .. lb.'51/2¢‘ J ELL-0 All Flavors —— Limit pkg.5c . . Scans 29¢ anns 25¢ 'B. , president of the Tacoma Hot Stove ’ill‘e working on the plan. SHELTON-MASON COUNTY JOURNAL id CMPETITION? Those velvety days when Shel- ton won the Fourth District Am- crican Legion junior baseball ti-i tle without throwing a ball seeml to be numbered. That is. if Shelton bestirs itself to continue as a candidate for that, titlemrand if plans for the resur-i rection of junior legion baseball} in Tacoma are successfully car-' ried through. [ Yep, fans, after some four or five years without the program, Tacoma Legionnaires of Edward Rhodes post are seriously talking ways and means of re- turning the game to the City of Destiny by sponsoring a team from Stadium and Bellarmine high schools. A committee of prominent Ta: coma Legionnaires, including such men as Jack Quill, president of l the Tacoma Tigers of the West- lern International League, Ernie Stowe, former president of the old Timber League, Art Schlegel,. l l l l l League, Maj. Allan Johnson, for- I mcr commander of a Spokane post ;where he had considerable exper- ience with junior legion ball, and other prominent men of the town No doubt such a group will find the ways and means of financing; the junior team, all right, especi-E ally with the Tacoma ball clubl assisting, as Quill promises. The: dope seems to be that John Heinv rick, Tacoma's most successfull prep and independent coach, be it football, basketball or baseball, is slated to coach the team draw»! ing players from both Stadium| and Bellarmine high schools, iulated by these animals. Elk are i, l Rocky i looming year, for reason this col- . ago. this corner admits, yet the Side- ; rival to district honors on the hori- izon, even tho’ that had nothing to ithe largest blacktailed deer pop- l StiCk Witt} the Ship and fight for lthe prmcxpals which local junior. reported to l l . the new idea and this is no time i i l l l where some highly capable prep‘ players still within the junior le-, gion age limits are available. If Tacoma is represented by such a team, and its a Scotch- man's bet it will be, then Shel- ton will have to come up with a plenty potent club of its own to defend the 4th District cham. pionship this community has claimed for the last four years. i There is talk, as you’ve heard! that Shelton won‘t return to the, junior legion baseball fold this umn went into a couple of weeksi The reasons have their merits, liner certainly would dislike to see Shelton toss in the sponge coinci- j dent with the appearance of a do with dropping the program here. Much better, it would seem, to legion baseball leaders believe should supplant the practices now in effect. After all, it is only through-continual striving that such things are ever accomplish— ed, and they usually are if one keeps hammering long enough. Shelton’s legion athletic heads have what they, and this observ- er, too, believe is a sound solu- tion to the evils which have soiled legion baseball linen for a long time in this state, but as with any other change it will take time to swing support to l to quit the battle. So let’s keep our junior baseball gomg under the American Legio‘n. program. It is one of the most meritorious athletic programs for young boys this nation possesses. It needs only to have the dusty corners swept out, and men like .' those in charge of the Sheltonl programwAl Brewer, Dick Eddy, Homer McComb, Homer Taylor,,‘ Ed Faubert. Harold Lakeburg, All Huerby, etc.~-have the broom' which can do that sweeping. Maybe they’ll have to sweep it? down to a stub, but even so thei’ effort will be worth it to future youngsters who will participate; in and benefit from junior legion baseball. POSTMAN’S HOLIDAY What does a basketball coach: do after the basketball seasons?’ He goes where more basketball is. being played. After a season‘ which put him through the agony of 17 defeats in 18 games, coming» after a season of 16 straight loss- es, Highclimber Hoop Coach Frank Willard is now in Seattle- attending the state high school basketball tournament. Yesterday he and Assistant Coach Ned Snelgrove chaperon— ed the Highclimber hoop squad through the eight games of the , first day of the annual state ‘ meet, returned the lads home l last night, then daShed back to Seattle for the rest of the four- l day, 26-game tourney. Willard and Snelgrove aren’t unique in their actions by a long way. Every basketball coach who can slip'away from his teaching! duties and raise the wherewithal to get to Seattle does the same! thing each‘year. The tournament is the greatest gathering place for basketball coaches there is. I Willard commented this morn- ing before returning to Seattle_ that the smoothie ball clubs, those coached to work the ball in for shots by planned plays and careful i passing, were beaten, on the whole, in yesterday’s opening .games. Such clubs, for instance” as the northern division’s Ho- quiam, and CleElum, Lewis and Clark, Snohomish and Longview,. all suffered defeats at the hands of the run and shoot squads. Hoquiam’s loss was a tough i one last night, Willard related. The Grizzlies missed nine setup shots in the last couple of min- utes of play and lost to Port Angeles by two points. Lincoln‘s runaway victory over Snohomish was the outstanding example of the racehorse beating the smoothie. Snohomish appear- ed to be one of the best coachedl teams in the meet, in Willard’s opinion, passing beautifully and executing well planned plays with ,which brings fortune to its top- , hoteliers, 1to its above-average performers, fand a pretty decent return to its 'that crown of professional cham- Page Three lJOURNAL Want Ads are used by scores of your friends Journal Want-Ads—Phone 100 ,court were eliminated in an early cago early this week by the De— lround of the national profession- troit Eagles' by the Skin-thin score of 37 to 36. la] basketball tournament at Chi- 8)! BILL DICKIE mom-” finesse, but it wasn’t enough to cope with the deadly shooting and: breakneck pace of the Tacoma quintet. SLANTS ...................... .. 2 2 2 2 0 You’ll hardly believe your eyes when you see these new ’41 WI SH I N G YOU L UC K l Kelvinators. Last year Kelvinator reduced prices from $30 to $60 Shelton sends another baseball son off to the diamond wars next \vcek, wishing him all the luck- possible in making good in a game ——thanks to a new, less expensive way of doing business. This year you enjoy additional savings up to $30. Pick out your Kel- vinator—today! Prices start at , for a big 63/4 cu. ft. model. a doggone good living There’s room formorc than -) a bushel of vegetables in this big Vegetable Bin —right where they’re needed most. And you get an oversize, slid— ing Crisper, MeatChest, space for frozen foods. mediocre members. So Norm Harris, here’s hop- ing you lay ’em in the aisles, as the saying goes, when you re- l port to the Ogden Pioneer Lea- ' gue club at its Riverside, Calif., training camp the first of April. Norm expects to leave sometime , next week for the south (maybe it’ll be sunny again by then),, bearing a contract with the Cin—l cinnati Reds baseball organization, l Ogden being one of the Reds‘ farm clubs. KINGS LOSE CROWN When the Globe Trotters visit Shelton next winter on their an— nual basketball exhibition tour of the Northwest they won't wear (- A flick of the finger and that new Magic Shelf makes room for big bottles, bulky foods —gives you five easy shelf adjustments. COMPLETELY EQUIPPED 'Price: shown are for delivery in your kifchen with 5-Year Proleclion Plan. Stale and local faxes exfro. - £00K AT THE [00 '1 him" - £00K AT m 5mm Other Models $124.75 Olsen Furniture Compan pions which glittered from theirl ebony craniums this past year. The dusky wizards of the maple mummy minis. "La. f' ;" r‘ffi g ,- r’ of * WE GLADLY REDEEM SURPLUS FOOD STAMPS. Guaranteed Farm Fresh Fruits and Végetables PRICES MARCH 21-27 FRIDAY THRU 'THURS. LARGE CALAVOS .......... lb. 14¢. LGE. __________________ -11.. Ketchup . SIZE 16¢: Heinz pure tomato ketchup. Large 14 ounce bottle 6,} l-Kra . . 2-LBS- 48c Extra Fancy and green tipped. SUNKIST ORANGES ll—lbs. In convenient shopping bags. SUNKIST LEMONS ............ __ lb. Cheese Fancy, medium size. 0 lb Your choice of Brick American or Veveeta cheese FANCY GRAPEFRUIT. 1 s. i . wii‘iisfinsnffiiuXPPLEs ...... .,10-lbs. 39¢: Marmalade “835- 22c Extra Fancy, wrapped. "Lotus" brand delicious marmalade. 2-lb. glass jar IMPERIAL CARROTS 2 for 53¢; ' , Large-T bunches, California. FANCY TOMATOES ...... ._ Z-lbs. 25¢] Van Camps . . TIN 80 Re )acked, No. 1 fanc . or an e us i om o . n in ARIIZONA LE’ly‘TUCE IIIIII n for 15¢! P k d B a wth t at sauce 20 on ce t Crisp, N0. ISOXSIFXRAGUS _____ 2-lbs. 19¢l Cherub Fancy, long. green. E YAKIMA POTATOES... 13-lbs. 22¢i : U. S. selected No. 1. , ‘ , YAKiMA POTATOES... 50-lbs. 39¢, l NEW POTATOES .......... __ 4-lbs. 19¢l l 12 Tle 85C Or Federal Brand Evaporated Milk. 141/2-oz. tall tins White Magic (Sh, 14c Good quality, No. . Amazing bleach — whitens, deodorizes. gallon 25¢ Florida Triumph. [ Fllssssgrown ---------- .. subs. 10% Com Meal 9-LBs. 25c FRESH RADISHES 3/10¢ Large bunches. TOMATO wict Picked-Pressed—and—Packed in one day. Sunny Dawn brings you the full flavor and goodness of ripe tomatoes fresh off the vine. Buy several cans today at these low prices. 15—oz. 26-02. '7¢ ’ 10¢ ’ Mammy Lou creamery yellow corn meal. Fine quality Ki n Kr HomEctylrgee flour. 4g£tsack Ki n Kraft HomECtES flour. 241/2-lb. sack sack Handy-Sack 2-lb. 46-02. o e a , c e graham. 16¢ Gudronteed Med t W , .111... v S !! I L... .0. 3...... ...... _. p... 2... q.-. .5. Skmned Hams |b_ 25c ‘ Tang Lunch Meat __________________ ._ 12-02. tin 22C ' I ' ~ Libby’s. Lunch Tongue __________ __ 12-02. tin 23C Tendered’w Whom or Half Libby’s Roast Beef ______________ _, 12-02. tin 19c ' Libby’s Corn Beef _____________ 12-02. tin 180 DelMaiz Niblet Corn _ . . _. 12-0z. tin 110 S I c ;‘ Libby’s Bantam Corn __________ _. 20-02. tin 11c _ Canterbury Black Tea____ 1/2-1b. 250; lb. 49c Julcy Tend“ and Fun Flavored Edwards Coffee ........ 2-lbs. 44c; 4-lbs. 84c l Hills Bros. Coffee __ _____ __ lb. 27c; 2-lbs. 520 l. l Nob Hill Coffee ____________ _. lb. 180; 2-le- 1:20 ' I c Jell Well Pudding—Asst ........... .. 3 pkgS- C Jell Well Dessert—Asst. __________ _- 3 pkgs. 110 Meaty Shoulder Cuts . " Pearls of Wheat __________________ _. 28-02. pkg. 23C 1 ! Sweetheart Toilet Soap ____________ .. 4 bars 180 l b . 7: Woodbury Facial Soap ______________ .- 4 bars 210 I Crystal White Soap ______ _. lge. bars 4 for 13c Sweet Tender Meat SuPurb Granulated Soap-.. 24-02. pkg. égc SuPurb Granulated Soap... 50-0 . pkg. c . Tasty Pound Butter ___________________ 2-lbs. 79c BACON SQUARES ...... .. lb. 11¢ ‘ . Dairyland Butter __________________________ _. 2-lbs. 81c PORK SAUSAGE ........ __ lb. 17¢ Grade Med. Eggs ................ .. doz. 450 FILLET 0F COD ________ __ 1b. 19¢ “is Grade A Large Eggs ______________ __ doz. 55C OYSTERS __________________ __ pint 21¢ r i ' I PORK ROAST .............. lb. 15¢ PORK STEAK ...... .. ~ .... __ lb. 21¢ i .‘ .’ e 1‘ , BACON ......................... .:_ lb. 1 A Woman S p PICNICS ________________________ __ 1b. 19¢ V” J l' L W' ht’ FRESH w. BlfAfiEDegreadnbgrings the tas- """"" " 1b. if. tiness of home-baked loaves g g """" fl _ with the economy and ease of . . . . .. . 1, LL bakery bread. Buy some today ' 1-1b. Lge. 13¢ Loaf 11/2 -lb.