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March 20, 1941     Shelton Mason County Journal
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Page Four APPENDECT’OMY’VPERFORMED I Red Sewers Olive James of Shelton had her‘ appendix removed at Shelton hos-é Loaded work , Plenty-of work is on hand for pital Tuesday afternoon. , lvolunteers on the Red Cross war ‘ irelief sewing projects, reports Mrs. \. gHerbert Miller. chairman. The sewing yesterday was un- ider the Baptist Ladies, today illi- QUALITY . . u . PUYALLUP VALLEY <0.or'HAT'<HERy ,der the Rebekanb“t0m0r10‘“ “’1 der the Royal Neighbors. n e x t 401 E. 26TH“ TACQMA.:.WAST+ Tuesday Sunder V.F.Vy. and ‘American Legion auxiliaries, next IWednesday under the Eagles Aux— :iliary, next Thursday under the lO.E.S., andmxa week from tomor- irow under-the Garden Club, Mrs. Miller’ reported. ’loan of more sewing machines, ,too. to facilitate. the project‘s pro‘ lggress. The sewing quarters in l _. undergone rSpring 'houseclean- ling" by Mrs, Eula Martin and {now have“ new curtains and are all spiffed up . at { The_scheduled shipment of gar- lments completed by the local iprojcct workers has been delayed .Iuntil the early part of i’ Eweek, Mrs. Miller said. Saturday Mar. 22 ' Music by Four Aces Gents 35¢ — Ladies 10¢ 5. c w. LEGHORNsy‘NEw HAMPSHIgEs 2 I. REDS, DAY OLDlEG. COCKERELSV. Basket Social, Dance At Agate, March 29th Agate, March 19. M The Agate ‘grange is sponsoring a basket isocial, to be followod by dancing, Saturday evening. March 29, at .thc Agate grange hall. ’I Everyone is welcome, should bring baskets. Potluck music will be featured. His-information flease Half-facts and outright misinformation fly thick and fast when the mid—afternoon figedicos gather around the babycarriage. Suppose {Babquack did thrive in' spite of the park-bench prfii‘digtion of the well-meaningfriend, does that .proveihat-Zlittle Jane will benefit by it? Not by a long sight! .When it’s a question of baby’s health or formubayturn a deaf ear to amateurs and seek the profesfiipnal advice of your physician: he is your baby’s'best friend in , such matters. elicriard E. Grenberq A'G'raduate Pharmacist ‘ . , Always in Attendance» i R.Ph.G. ;; , w. 0 g. «ROCKBOTTOML ‘ wu o LESALE (SACRIFICE, ENTIRE USEoicARS New Low Memorial Hall,, she added, have’ next| Perhaps We’re Crazy—Bu We’re Making a Lot of lUnion Residents Tender Help For | ! .__. ; Union, March 19 iwhich occurred Saturday after- noon on the bad curve on the road between Madmml. Lodge and the Waterwheel District, when Kenneth Curtis was killed and others hurt. was a horrible thing for the neighborhood to witness. 'pa’crolman's cars warned everyone {in this vicinity that something serious had happened. Fred Short lwas summoned and with' his ‘daughter Marie, who had also tak- gen the first aid course, left im- lmediately for the Scene. of the ac- ;cident where several nearby neigh- {bors had gathered, Mrs. Stark, ‘ywho is always ready to help, was, 1.50 the report has it, busy going back and forth to their store to get necessary first aid materials. Dr.‘ Johanson who was here on a vacation, was called and gave advice as to what to do. It is very fortunate that this car driv- len by Ross Lyman of Bremer- ton, did not injure other motor- ists on the highway. , Last Friday evening was a pleas- ant one for those who attended the school card party. Miss Greer had carried out the St. Patrick's motif in score cards and decorations. Besides the children there were five tables filled with parents and friends who played pinochle and contract. Honors in contract went to Mr. and Mrs. xLud Andersen and in pinochle to ers. Saujet and Harry Hess. Par- ents brought tempting sandwiches and delicious cakes which were the cause of many compliments being tossed about. Mrs. Alvin Martin left Wednes- day for a few days' visit in Se- attle. Mr. Martin accompanied her to Bremerton where he had business to take care of. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Morris and son left this week for Naches -where Mr. Morris is employed dur- ing the summer months. Due to the nice weather this spring, they have done a lot of work on their place here where they hope to return in the early fall. F. S. Hart and Ed Hegaas left Wednesday morning for St. Mar- itin's Hot Springs where they plan gto spend several days. lwas bad for hillside gardens, some of whichwere badly washed and ,will have to be Vreplanted. l Mr. and Mrs. Lud Andersen and iMr. and Mrs. Ed Bierbrauer at- ‘tended the Eastern Star dance at the Masonic Temple in Bremer- ton Saturday where they met a :large group from Belfair. Good ‘music and good company, they ,report, made it a pleasant affair ‘for all. ‘ -' 'L APPENDIX REMOVED operation atvSlaelton hospital on PRICESH" Alst Giving It Prlce Friends , Away . 1937 FORD We could sell our stock 'of used cars to 1936 FORD TUDOR a wholesaler for just about what we’re COUPE and a future customer and that’s we thrive on! $365 Don’t Wait If You Want This One Truck Special 1936 Ford Pickup—— new tires, motor re- conditioned. - $ I 1932 CHEVROLET , . SEDAN Practically All Makes, and Models Aregllicluded 2 1938 FORD DeLuxe . ’At This getting out of "cm at these prices to. the public. But every sale means a fr1end $295 . Just One 1935 FORD SEDAN -5265 Want A COupe? 1938 DeLuxe FORD COUPE- $445 What Value 7 what i COUPE—A-l Sh e- , . 1936 DODGE $4 ap 1935 Form COUPE SEDAN , . 37245 $345. Under $200 i: Under $100 193403333“? Our Famous Guarantee 1'9328P1dymouth , ‘ ' , e an $16530 All cars Priceil' above $200.00 $95-00 1934 Ford ‘ ‘ 19§1d01ds Sedan . ‘ ‘ e an $195.00 ' ._ $90.00 . I TERMS lst and Pine ! Accident Victims ~ The fatality' Sirens of sheriff’s and highwayi The hail storm on_Wednesdayl l? .msiaea Mellie rmfiouto-«lr jEl‘m’a,“ *ilh'derwent appendix V Brockdale, with his trees, started East book- ' south of Tacoma. V DeMol‘ay Biblitory SHELTON-MASON COUNTY JOURNAL Skokomish Woman IDress Contest l i ! Receives English! Relatives Letters: i l By Jean Todd Fredson Sltokomish Valley, March 19. --—~~ ,Mrs. Vern Eaton is another Val- }ley resident who gets most inter— ies‘ting letters from relatives in {England Most of these letters (are forWarded to her from other irclatives in Canada. The morale of even the children is high if lone may judge from a letter writ— [ten by a 14-year-old boy. It had ‘once been planned to evacuatei this boy‘ for the duration, to Can-., iadian relatives—abut convoy trou-i ‘ble. arrow and he was disappointed. lHe had located the boots which, lhc planned to buy to bring: to". (America with him. The country' {is so thickly settled at home, he says, he had hoped to see the “wide open spaces." His ownj gtown Huddersfield, is a twin: goity with Sheffield in the upperl ,midlands, industrial towns, that: ihave been too frequent targetsl for Jerry. But the youngster says i that only 3.000 have been killed| and 8,000 wounded, and that isi only 1 percent of the population,l l"and*so,” the lad centlnuos, “you' lsee we have a sporting chance": “Boots leave" brought Joe Ed-! miston home for a visit last weekl from San Diego, Calif, where he} vaas a Navy recruit. Boots leave is granted after six Weeks‘ train- ing. Having passed successfully the examination which allows him enrollment for the work he chose Joe is being sent to Great Lakes, 111., Naval Training sta- ltion where he will be given a five-months course in sheet metal welding before he is sent to sea. {Joe says he likes the Navy. A family get-together in JOe’s honor was held Thursday of last Week when his mother, Mrs. J. A. EdmistOn and sisters, Mrs. Eve- lyn Smith, Mrs. Mary Skerbini land Mrs. Alice Kopperman, all ‘drove with him to Gig Harbor, 'where his leave was celebrated iwith another sister, Mrs. Glenna. Thrash. l The very smart looking trailer that went up the valley Sunday, belongs to Hays Davis of Cali- fornia, who has come with his family for an extended stay at lthe Aubol ranch in the upper val- lley. Mr. Davis is Mrs. Aubol’s lson. l A Pomona Grange meeting was, .held at the Middle Valley school-‘ lhouse on Saturday, March 15. A lgood representation from the sev—‘ {eral granges of the county helped [make the meeting ' a successful} gone. Martin Auseth of Agatei Igrange, was the master in charge. l Mrs. E. G. Wolf has just re- turned from a visit to her sisterfl .Mrs. Anna Fure, in Seattle. l ! Mrs. Robert C_. Johnson was fhostess to the Home Economics [Club on Wednesday of this week. :An afternoon of visiting followed lthe dessert luncheon, and the short business meeting. -, The red truck with the ladder; on-top is still, in evidence on val-l lley roads. This would be thel truck used by the government en- gineers who are chartering thei valley as a first step in a flood control project. They expect to, finish their job by April lst. An-’ other crew .of three men headed, by Harry Madison, are following the engineers. Their work is that of appraisal. These men have headquarters in Olympia. ' Though still very ill, Mr. Edl D. Payne is at his home near after a two weeks” {stay in the Shelton hospital. Mr.1 Payne is a Christmas tree’ mer- lchant and after spending the [holiday season in Los Angelest ing orders for another year. Ill_- ness overtook him in Kansas City. After several weeks of hospitali- zation there, he returned for the: Shelton hospital stay. Now at: home it is hoped that rest will , bring recovery. ' Last Friday, Camp 3 school Icame down to Skokomish for an Iafternoon of sports. The upper grades played baseball and Sko- komish got the big end of the 151 to 3 score. The primary grades also had a ,ball game. and in thisl There were also tennis matches, with honors divided between the two schools. A nice afternoon, the children say. Mr. and Mrs. iand their twin daughters from Port Angeles, were guests of the! Jack Sheedys Fountain is Mrs. Sheedy’s bro. his house. One a new kitchen. imProvement is Mrs. Agnes Goodman and daugh- ll of ters Charlotte and Bernice, Bremerton, spent the weekend at the home of Mrs. Goodwin’s par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Harris. Kennedy 'Kids Again Wow ’Em at Sun Valleyi Another hit performance was written behind the sensational, [skating record of young Peter! and Karol Kennedy after their, exhibition at Sun Valley, Idaho, last weekend, reports their. father, Mike Kennedy, County jailer. . The youthful skating pair willl take the ice in their next public appearance next Wednesday and Thursday at the Lakewood Arena grand- Mason Day Slated Sunday i All members of Mark E. Reed chapter of the Order of DeMolay; will meet at the Masonic Temple; at 10:30 o’clock next Sundays morning to assemble for attend-i ance at the Methodist Church at: 11 o'clock, Master Councilor Clint! Williams announced today. i Dr. Robert Brumblay has ehos-l en “The Vitamins Most Needed in' America’s Diet” as his sermon topic for the DeMolay service. The public is invited to join with the DeMolay boys. Sunday is Biblitory Day for the [Order of DeMolay throughout the‘ nation. .was making his rounds in the val— the Camp 3 youngsters won, 13-12. 1 Frank Fountain 5 last week. Mini ther. Mr. E. A. Harris is remodelingi For Ladies At l Shelton Valley; By Una Winsor g Shelton Valley, March 19. The. Grange ladies will vie with: others in an amateur housc dross; contest, and the frocks arc tol be displayed and judged at the! regular meeting of the Grange; held on Thursday night, April! 10. The material for these dress—l es is not to cost more than onel dollar each. i Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Shafcr wcrc‘i visitors at Elma Sunday. I ‘ returned by way of Matlock and‘: at Dayton called on Mrs. A. Bell—j chel, who has been ill for several] weeks. Miss Ida Smith visited Thurs-j day afternoon and evening wit h the Dewey Bennett and WinsorI families. Mr. and Mrs. Vearl Bennett andi children Earlyne and" Bill we re! business visitors in Tacoma Sat—l urday. ‘ The next regular meeting of the ,r Grange will be Thursday night of‘i next week, March 27. At the; meeting last Thursday two new: members, Mr. and Mrs. Bernie Evans, from the Arcadia React! took the first and second degrees; During the lecture hour, Mrs. I Constable lead a program of 1 games and dances. The n e w 5 furnace was fired up, by Masterl Clinton Okel‘stroni and C. L. Col-i llns, and ere long the removal Ofi coats and other wraps was notcdi among the members. Howeverfi the evening was not too cold, 50: a real test of the furnace is yeti to come. 1 Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Shafer Spontr Saturday evening in Shelton at'? the'rhome of Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Grenberg. Mrs. Dewey Bennett spent VVcd- nesday afternoon with Mrs. Sig- ns Kneeland. Mrs. Charley Baker and daugh- ter Jean, visited at the Winsor home Saturday evening and later took in the dance here. Fred Thompson, tester for the Thurston-Mason County Dairy Herd Improvement Association, ley this week for the last time, after 12 years of continuous scr~ vice in that official capacity. Mr. Thompson is resigning to take up dairy farming on his farm in Thurston County. Mr. and Mrs. Vearl Bennett and children were callers Sunday at Echo Farm. Mr. and Mrs. R. R. .. ..4.__-,__.-..- __ .~___,_.h.._s._._.. _. A Phillips of Shelton spent that evening there. Mrs. Clarence Wivell spent sev— eral days of last week in Seattle visiting friends. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Were out from Shelton Grenbcrg .' and spent Monday evening with Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Shafer. Word reaches us that David Spear, who spent several years here with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Rutledge, is mak- ing a name for himself as a skater at the Olympia Ice Arena, where he is employed. He~acts as in- structor part of the time. i ' V.F.W. To Discuss ! Sea Scout Sponsor: Main topic on the V.F.W. post agenda for his Friday’s meeting will be discossiOn of a proposal, to have the post again sponsor' a Sea Scout Ship in thc Shelton area. District Scout Chairman Doane Brodie and W. S. Valley, chair- man‘ of the Boy Scout extension committee, will meet with the vets l to talk over the subject. The meeting. as usual. will be. held in Memorial Hall starting at o’clock. this Phone 16 ! Jim Ammcrmali Chess Champ At High School Jim Ammcrman of wears the 8. Reed high s the conducted week in tournament Games Club. Th irtccn ’tercd the tournament. OPERATION ON AHL I Oscar All], Hoodsport plOllPCl‘, underwent an operation W'cdnesday and is: reported recuperating nicely. ton hospital UNDERGOES OPERATEON Andrew Hembury of Elooil successful underwent a at Shelton hospital VVcdncs::;:l_v. magniii‘kii‘iimam i. Stanley Spillai', Sir ging company (‘miilt' mitted to Shelton ho day for treatment. BABY (lint: Whiplash/iv i‘.’;i.lker oi lShelton became parents: of a baby Shelton Mr. aners. Stove daughter born at to] Wednesday. Forms of Cmm’nuniml a: : lphonc, Radio, Visual t.‘l, telcwoman. ONLY Matinghousc GIVES YOlJ gal i...“ :, .- 'u-zs - e 5 KINDS OF cow run was 5 KINDS OF FOOD SUBFREEZING COLD in the WEST- INGHOUSE SUPER FREEZER, for ice cubes, desserts, and frozen foods. No Ford has ever carried * ' EXTRA VALUE quite so far! chess crown players originally cn«i hospi- STEADY NON-FREEZE COLD, with moist, moving air, to keep your meats in prime condition. STEADY ABOVE -FREEZING COLD for milk and beverages . . . keeps milk and. cream dairy-sweet for days. STEADY 40° COLD for preservation of staples, butter and left- OVCI'S. MODERATE COLD with high humidity to keep salad greens and vegetables crisp and fresh. Hondsport e r of Irene ol for 1941, liz’iv— ‘ iing defeated V‘v‘iley Surratt czll'ly finals of in the up. or crippling them. $11,911 (it :15; l'obhn: ’- been reported kill‘. ,cd in li‘l.lll){tl“§i, particularly: ‘().l s’\ll};‘l(‘$}lll ‘. . she} . LOSSES 'APPENDIX A} ' lrene Schneider of Shelton un- ~ (luv. l Missemmw-asw ' FUR a sport 2.." jigillliliOZCTS E‘s ..,,., ' “- u. Villas}? ’3‘: (Lilli?) THE SECRET OF SUPER MARKET REFRTGERATI. . ,,,:..,.‘.......v_v...._ _.,,, ....,._.,. perfect SHELTON B. W. 30 per We’d like you to see and drive the finest Ford we’ve ever built. You’ll find its big bodies longer inside, greater in total seating width, and larger in windshield, than anything else in the Ford price’field right now. You’ll find a great new Ford ride, too. A soft and quiet new ride that has surprised a lot of people and may surprise you. Youths Killing Birds cported fif‘Vi‘l‘lll .pztrts 'c reported the despic— .. of young boys with . , lo Itovc l)":“,ll idling bird.) "s-ruiilc and useful liil‘zi': (lcrwclit on operation for appendi— w‘itis at Shelton hospital ‘chncs— ’} i T‘M‘J‘i‘ (0331.12 -.".‘mZ-‘u up“; .5 a m T or LON i RA -—- Pilc Drivers —— (his Sho- -~ Logging Trucks é’l Tr. , LANE} CLEARTNM and EXCAVAT Inforlzlation ROY ltlll’llilili RECHFHELD PRODUCTS Shelton The "MARTHA WASHINGTON ‘V “ .mc ,* M omen MODELsiAr Au. POPULAR PR ThursdilyLMar h SPECIA . 200 _r ASPERHN TAB ,. ne Free E 1 25¢ SHELTQN pH TONPm Jell‘N’W' . of m .13 d Pril . "HMS-3 l C“; Estimate: Free and Agent l ‘rkl , a .._ ,. an ...._...,. M... .99... TERMS ,E‘VA»'_I V. W?) .. . may alum EtEC‘l‘M c . ’WASH. . 106 4th St. view, you get Ford extra U. with extra thrift, the bigg draulic brakes near its prl a lot of fine-car mechani tures” found only in a low price. If you are choosing a n thisyear, you’ll do well not 1 this Ford. And not just we sayso,butbecause thefa Autho