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l’a Eight immm’vement‘g 1“ New Plastic Passes Real Test To Join US. Army of Employed Union Area Many At. Present n 3. There ar s impo’ c is the resort of Ran ‘ and P "oer, tyre business men of 3 l‘ .. . who are preparing the {1‘ ..l for cabins and a chicken cl inn. Their location is ..)».-; .‘"'c miles cast of here vutcrfi'ont property with fine; .'Il‘\"v'. John Egbert recently purchased c. lot bordering the E. A. Hillier sum; “2' home and plans to build a (.lW'clli 1' soon. Mr. Egbert with hi: ta ha; been living near I3 Pauli. Haven." ’ b'w'i the old Pixley co'nplwuly dis— ‘, the "id is being .og V-l». .1. A. lit‘iltl.;_'~r‘ lli’. licl, .. . dammed and the ciwk is to more In. ‘lItf (jimmy;- M “( rt: 1,? O‘le of the DO“. ' t r 'fl‘cfi- r t t. l' a 1‘(i . will move the o a month when , l1. " his home l‘(c€‘lltiV rsold. : III. \ Stark Went to Seattle ‘ Linwott of Hoodsport (l‘i-lz‘atcs Trom the Club to the State Council which was Eryn Hotel. Before tool: is. thc new. 'livv’fl‘l' show has attracted l""" nor-n. Mr. and Mrs. . Mr. and Mrs. George 'l‘l‘ warly Week visitors. up Flagg. Miss Clara 4.1-1}, Liit‘. Andersen, ~(I l‘l’lblCl‘ftll and A.‘ {Ford or" Gram-view, who ‘< L; 11 guest at Alderbrook, made -. party who were joined by " ht oi' Grapeview in all returned t<.>g.(-ther. . group “as Mrs. Earl; \. Till-s. Frul Short, Mrs. Carl MW)“. Illa-s. Merritt Stark. and Mus. Frank .‘Ioswoi'thy. Severn: othzrn on» planning tn go. All :1! entlulsi..‘tiw ovcr this tremen- dous llou'vr show. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey wold are announcing the arrival of a baby girl, Clara Joanne, who ’was born in the Shelton hospital March 22nd. Mrs. Strandwold who was under the care of a Mason County physician. visited at the home 01' her mother, Mrs. Clara Main, for about ten days previous to her daughter's birth. Mr. and Mrs. Stz'nndwold now make their hon‘c in Tacoma. ‘ Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Borgen wrre in Seattle over the weekend at the home of Mr. Borgen‘s sis-j tor, Mrs. Earl. Ewing where his mother also lives. On Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Borgen‘s daughters and families joian them for a. family dinncr. Daw- lizilby is home from the l'niv ty for spring vacation. Miss Frankie Frcdson is also home for vacation from Ellens~ burg Normal. FORRESTS FLOWERS FOR EVERY OCCASION Delivered anywhere 222 South 10th St. Shelton Call 112-W FULLY—FITTED 6.1 FRIGIDAIRE REFRIGERATOR 129-75 $ Only Some of its BU ieatures: 0 Stainless Porcelain Slid O Double-width Dessert 0 Super—Pdwered Meter 0 New Low Operating Cost 0 Large 6.1 cu. ft. Food Compartment 0 Frozen Storage Compartment 5‘ perhaps of greatest j for i Strand- ‘ O Double-Easy Quickube Ice Trays .._.... l l l l i l l Hch is a piece of “Vinylito.” plaslic taking its “fatigue” test. All sorts of machines have been cunslrucicd to beat, (cur, rub, break and wherwisiv multrcat the new substance bv/oru it is turned into articles 0/ industry and commerce. LASTICS, because they are new— _ comers to the list of materials for human use, have to pass examina— tions and tests that metals, woods, and other substances seldom have to undergo. The mysterious composi- tion of plastics makes each one of them a question mark. Each has to prove its ability to be a useful performer in commerce, in~ dustry or other fields before it is released from the testing laboratory. The photograph shows a piece of “Vinylite” plastic—the most extra- ordinary of all the newcomers—— proving to chemists that it does not get “tired” easily. In this fatigue i test strips of the plastic are twisted, folded, then clamped by the ends into pairs of vise-like plates. An at- l tendant throws a switch whereupon the steel clamps altemately come I together and separate. With each i open-and-shut movement of the ma— ‘d-Square Revival I EndingOn Sunday? Rev. Henry C. Marty will wind I up his series of evangelistic meet- ings which have proven extreme— lv popular at the Four Square Gospel Church next Sunday eve— ning, Rev. and Mrs. W. B. Lam- bert, pastors, announced today. The evangelist will be speaking every night the rest of this Week, His topic tonight (Thursday) is “An Unmatched Fight with a Knoclmut,“ Friday a service for young people with “Youth” as his topic, Saturday Rev. Marty will repeat by request his message in Testimony, and Sunday‘s; closing i program will feature an illustrated l“'»‘""lOIl with several young people i taking part as the topic “The Key to Paradise" is discussed. The public is cordially Ito attend. I l Gus Graf To Speak At General Welfare Club Shelton General Welfarc Club No. l meets every Saturday at is p. m. in the Memorial Hall. Business men and the public are urged to attend the next meeting Saturday, as Gus Graf, the speaker, will interest all. W. s. RAWDING, invith chine the plastic is twisted and folded still harder and also pressed together and stretched. Yet this “Vinylite” plastic is so durable that: it stands up under 3,000,000 or more of these wrenchings. Other tests to determine the plas- tic’s resistance to tearing, abrasion, light, oils, alkalis and acids, mois- ture, and temperature extremes, are i applied, one by one. The new plastic passes these ordeals so successfully that, in its various forms, it is be- coming increasingly in demand for such widely different uses as cloth- ing, sound records, shoe material, watch crystals, precision instru- ments, belts and suspenders, trim- ming for women’s hats, bottle caps, food containers, wood putty, and even artificial flowers. Articles made of it retain their shape and require no care. Cleaning them is simplicity itself—a rub with a damp cloth. New Tax Tokens To Be Of Orange Colored Plastic Wm Olympia w» State Tax Commis- sioner T. M. Jenner said Wednes- day that the new tax tokens to be used after the higher 3 per cent :sales tax goes into effect May 1 will be of an orange color instead of the green many would like to follow out this state’s “ever- green" theme. Jenner said the green coloring would not allow the printing on the tokens to stand out as clearly as desirable, hence the choice of orange. The state purchasing office has called for bids on ten million of the new tokens, the bids to be ,opcned April 3. The new tokens are to be the same diameter as ,the present aluminum tokens but will be thicker, have no hole, and will be made of plastic. The le- gend on the new token will be the same as the present. Jenner said the new tokens probably won’t be ready by May 1, when the new tax schedule be- comes effective, so card board tokens will be used temporarily. Use Spider’s Web The optical instrument industry provides the only commercial use President. cu. ft. $ Only Duty lonm ing Hydrator -_ Tray l l l l ‘l O Cookipg -Miser 1 l I I at slight extra FRIGIDAIRE ELECTRIC RANGE will! Exclusive, New, Faster , RADIANTUBE COOKING UNITS 139-75 Some of its features: 0 Three Large Storage Drawers . O Thermizer Well Cooker O Super-Size Twin Unit Oven o High-Speed Broiler ’Cook‘Mastcr Oven Control illustrated, optional for spiders’ webs. only loam Top Lamp f- coat. IN AND SEE THESE BEAUTIFUL BARGAINS! WWW .Z—Ls . I I Forest Service : and sitka spruce. T0 Plant Nearly, 3 Million Trees The forest service has 2,616,000 trees to plant this spring. Theyl are about evenly divided between Oregon and Washington, accord— ing to O. F. Ericson, Portland, Oregon, in charge of timber man- agement. The biggest new plantation is .non the Willamette national for— est, near Oakridge, Ericson re.- ports. This one gets 852,- 000- trees. The Olympic gets over half a million trees for planting in the Soleduck drainage. Four hundred eighty-fIVe thousand go to the Mount Hood, to be planted on land up the Clackamas river. The plantation near Index on the Snoqualmic will receive 260,000. The planting stock for west Side forests is mostly Douglas fir, with some Port Orrord white cedar About 400,000 TAB 9-inch size. Salt, Pep SOIL-OFF, Cleans painted woodwork—-—like Glazed pottery, . » j‘CROCKERY No. 2 size ..... .. HACK SAW Adjustable to blade ’ .....‘ ......... .. cup. pint size Fuller’s varnish 14-tooth steel ra .II SHELTON-MASON COUNTY JOURNAL per Shak’rs of Chromium. Pepper is 11/2—inches high. E BREAD BOXt_ 2 compartment. below. White. enameled .................... .. COOKIE JARS With cover and serving dish which may be used as an open-ware pie- plate. Decorated ................................. ..; . MAIL BOXES Heavy galvanized iron construction»~ finished with aluminum paint .......... .. ’ Galv. LAUNDRY TUBS $ VACUUMEOTTLE Universal, stiper4Vac with bakelite LIN-EAR IVTAVRNISH tops ,etc. quart ....... O’CEDAR MOPS With {handle GARDEN RAKE pondcrosa pine transplants go to} east side forests. \Nintei' planting on the area west of Mary‘s Peak, l Corvallis, Oregon, has just been completed. In 19/10 about three and one-half million trees were plantch on the national for— csts. nca 1' The CCC will do about 75 per‘ cent of the work. Planting stOck comes from the Wind River Nurs- ery on the Columbia national for- est in Washington. An acre re- quires 600 to 1,000 trees. “Pro- jects are located on burns and acquired cutover land not restock- ing because no seed trees were left," Ericson said. The fern fires during the recent dry period burn- ed a greater acreage than was planted by all agencies last year. MRS. SMITH RETURNS TO HOODSPORT HOME Mrs. Fannie M. Smith, who has been spending the winter at Long Beach, Calif, is at home again at Hoodsport, hoping that l .._...7_. ,4. _ -0. the sun will continue to shine as for the past month or so. WROUGHT ALUMINUM LE SERVICE Hammered Aluminum with Engraved Decorations. Candlesticks ........ .. pair 1.00 Covered Candy 3 compartment, glass base. Hurricane Lamp Wrought aluminum base with glass top to be used with candle. Utility Dish ................ _. 1.00 Dishes .. 1.00 ........ ._ , 1.00 pr. 1.00 Salt is 2 inches high. $ kitchen walls and dusting—No. Water --~-»No' Rinsinge-No Drying .................. .. {19 .Cake above, bread $ bright colors ............ .. CASSEROLE $ '99 FRAMES as several sizes, with 53 $ for linoleums, table 95 ke STEEL GARDEN HOE Svuth Africa is opposing the em- plovn'icni of women as taxi drivers. And you’ll have better meals easier! ,4. . Wm“ rte: ._ii..n:«y A Purchases Made Friday With Not Appear On The March Statements. 5. s MERCANTILE comm “Where Quality Meets Price” Thursday, March Journal Want-Ads are showing, their value in every issue of the, l paper! Jups in Chi!” Japanese. in China 110’ over 330,000. Opposing Women ‘ a :; ghouse 5W Era/47w MAKE VFAMIZE (INS Protect vitamins, minerals and rich natural food flavors—don"t pour them down the sink! This modern cooking method is simple with a ‘Ncstinghousc. ,‘ EASY TERMS "‘ v.‘ ;. '.:"»'Ek"f.ri7. a l..‘bi:—;.1l.;y'u' .iur-cm-.,.“\"= ‘ COM/E IN! Sc: how the 26 features of the Commander model (illustratch mean more leisure for livmg for you. SHELTON ELECTRIC CO. B. W. Sopcr Shelton, “’11. 106 4th St. 112314211426 Snowdril’t SHORTENING $ 6 Lb. Can .......................... .. 3-lb. can 51¢ WESSON OIL qt. 43¢ , M. D. TOILET TISSUE s ,5; DOLLAR DAY . .‘ ,4 k;- g I, With enameled tissuc holder. doz. lol.. I d 0f thlls "l, . , 1 All For .............................. .. -_ I . s to F Prices effective Fri.,—Sat- _ e J01“ MILK Choice of Federal, Carnation, Pet. 14 Cans .............................. .. RINSO $ Large. boxes. $ 5 Boxes .............................. .. LUX FLAKES .......... __ large 23¢ LUX TOILET SOAP 3 bars 19¢ Reliance DINNER PEAS $ Cut Beans or Golden Bantam Corn. 8 Cans ________________________________ __ PORK & BEANS 4 1b. Rolled Shoulder ~35 Van Camp‘s—NO. 300 cans. Si 3’ Cal 13 Cans ..................... ... .... .. °’ 6 DOG FOOD Vita Food. 2], Cans .............................. .. {fl 1.00 PURE CANE SUGAE F‘ine granulated. 100-lb. sack 18 Lbs. ......... .. - PRESERVES ' Sunny J imWStrawberry, -% I. 0.29 «EB Raspberry, . Loganberry‘. 2-lb. jars. ‘ S mgr: 3 Jars ................................ .. , lb’ sire . Salt Side n pa“ . 00L RELIANCE COFFEE $ in a . Any grindmlt's Better 7 Ways. "dmag‘ . to 4-Lb. Tlns .......................... .. um! fol COR-NED BEEF $ 1'00 ,8 Libby's 12-02. tins, no gristlc. Ev 6 Tins ................................ .. TOMATOES Emporium Solid Pack. No. 2%, cans. 9 Cans ________________________________ .. PEELED PRUNES Libby’s No. 2 cans. 10 Cans _____________________________ .. RED SALMON , Libby’s Alaska. No. 1 tall cans. 4 Cans ................................ .. size 95 495 Onions & Radishes bu 10¢ Local Asparagus ........ .. 2-lbs 23¢, Long Green Navel Oranges 10§lbs 49¢ Sunshine KRISPY CRA- Sunshine GRAHAMS I. h Dilfé’illiuitnagging” 19¢ 24b. family boxes gift; S inach .................. .. lb 5' '——"" : °f th‘ Poem HYDE PARK COOKIES ‘gnt'i English Style. 00|. FRUITS and VEGETABLE