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Page Tw SHELTON-MASON COUNTY JOURNAL Shelton Man’s Mother Passes In Vancouver 'Vvvvvvvwfivvv'vvvvvvvmv Too Late to Classify AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA A A,kAAAA FOR SALE or trade for Olym- Mr. and Mrs. Jack Munro re— pia property: partly furnished, turned to their Shelton home Mon- 3-room house. Les McAfcrty, day from Vancouver, B. C., after Moore's Addition. 4-3—1t. attending the funeral of Mr. Mun- ro, who died there Saturday. She had been a frequent visitor in Shelton. Robert Munro of Hoquiam, bro- ther of the Shelton man, and his wife accompanied the Shelton couple to Vancouver. QUALIT Y??? CHICKS PuvALLur VALLEY ‘cO‘:or HATCHER‘I , 401 E". 'QSTH,I:IACOMA, WASH. CHICKS " s. c. w. LE'Giio’rfts, ‘NEW'HAMPSHIRES R. I“. Rips/DAY, Giotto. gogamts Meteors Heated by Friction Hurtling into the earth‘s atmos- phere at speeds varying from 10 to 45 miles a second, meteors are rubbed white-hot by friction with the air. They smoke and frequently ex~ plode. But meteorites cool quickly. Get Amazing Bargains! Win Valuable Prize! We’re offering you special "Star" values of MC KESSON’S drugs and toiletries. Trust- worthy, quality products, at bargain prices! AND you have a chance to win a valuable prize in a fun-to—do, simple~as-pie T‘dot" con— test. COME IN TODAY! FRIDAY — SATURDAY — MONDAY PACIFIC CRACKERS 2-lbs. 150 FIG BARS 2-lbs. 19c iiilili? pkg. 5c lb. .. 21c MJ.B.’Jr.——Reguiar or Silex "COFFEE ro's mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Mun-l ' distance hitting power obtained in id I I WELCOME I With the swell weather we've been enjoying these past weeks 'it isn’t quite the usual surprise to find that another baseball sea- .son has sneaked upon us, prob-' iably not as surprising up in the {Northwest this year as it is in 'California, the so-called and evi- dently misnamed “sunnv south.” Two days hence, Saturday to be explicit, the Pacific Coast league baseball schedule gets under way and Northwest fans are anticipating with no little pleasure a third consecutive championship for the Seattle Rainiers. At least every pre- season prediction by those sup- posed to know list the Rainiers ' as the favorite for the 1941 flag, despite the loss of the greatest minor league manager in professional baseball. i The league's strongest pitching] Istaff is the basis for these pen- nant predictions by the “experts” [for the Rainiers, plus the long— l s____.....‘—-———__. . ._._ the person of Les Scarsella, new baseman who replaces the popular and highly capable George Archie. 1 {However, the training camp fol- ,lowers seem to think Scarsella is going to make the fans forget Archie, that he will give the Rain— iiers the old smac‘ko wallop in the cleanup slot the club has lacked since Mike Hunt lost his prowess. After spending slightly over ltwo weeks on the road to open the season, the Rainiers open their home season in Seattle on iApril 22. As usual,‘ Shelton will have more than a handful of its many fans in the stands for that inaugural. PINCHING I It would be a record of some I . I , The post office department has established a special sub-station at the St. Paul auditorium where the A.B.C. is being held in order to accommodate the thousands ofi visitors who came to participate Typical of Canada’s hard—rid— Dodge car which they drove home. wm be pounded out by scribes The trip east was made via air- for the dot and dash men. |kind or another if the women’s bowling league should find itself all tied up in a knot at the close of play next Monday evening~as lit could very easily find itself. I The fair sex bowlers have their circuit cinched up just as tight as the law allows at the present time with all four teams jammed within a one game span, which is practically no span at all when you come right down to it. With the two lower teams meeting the two upper teams in Monday’s matches, odd—game vic- tories for the low lineups could knot the circuit up all the way around. That would be an almost unheard of record after 84 games of a schedule. HOW COME? Lists of players turning out for spring football at the U. of W. carry the name of Don Satra ex-Highclimber grid star, as one of the returning frosh who re- ported to Coach Jim Phelan this week. " Ifaithat's" soZ'VV'iiiider What'ite— came of Don’s contract to re- port to Spokane’s International NEEOHAM FOOD STORE Lakota SHRIMP 2 a... ...... .. 25¢ Bonnie Best TUNA‘ ZCans ...... .. .CAM‘PBELL’S Tomato Soup cans 1141b. FRESH Marshmallows CBEAM WHITE 25c 10c Shortening can 47c ROYAL Tissue . . . . . rolls 39c FRESH PRODUCE Friday —- Saturday BANANAS .................. .. lb. 6¢; GRAPEFRUIT ........ .- doz. 25¢ : LEMONS, lge. .......... ._ doz. 15¢ . RHUBARB‘ .................. _. lb. 5¢ SPINACH .............. .. 3-lbs. 10 ORANGES ............ .. 2 doz. 39¢ SALAD TIME SPECIALS RADISHES ............ _. 6 bu. 10¢ GREEN ONIONS .... ._ 6 bu. 10¢ TOMATOES ................ .. lb. 12¢ EGGS . I TABLE QUEEN SANDWICH SPREAD SALAD DRESSING qt. 23¢ 1 One of the oddities of this plane' year‘s A.B.C. is the doubles team ———-—~—~-—- ~»——~—- gfitsflagrlc‘; BJSEVHLE? Aglantig :oe:oozoozoo:ee: ozoezeozeofeozeezoozoezeo: , .. ., 1 en en 0 Tacoma. They have never met. but ’2’ Jwere extra men on their respect- .0 ive teams and asked the A.B.C. committee ‘to find partners for ’9’ 2 them. 9’. THAT’S STAMINA , Bus Waters and Frank Stiller .9. should have had a couple of 0:6 mighty sore hands after bowling o 50 hours and 28 minutes in Los .6. Angeles recently to establish a 0:0 new marathon record for con- 0 secutive trundling. They broke ‘0’ a mark which had stood since 0:0 1930. .6. _ o , 9% I 0 Q Belfalr Girl Is .z. I ’ Silverdale Man 8 :3: . o Bride On Sunday .3 By Mrs. Gladys Irving Belfair, April 2. — Miss Allis Harris, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Harris of Belfair, and A1- bert Emmert, son of Mr. and Mrs. Emmert of Silverdale, were mar- ried Sunday at the home of the bride, in the presence of immed- iate relatives. Rev. P. J. Fergue— son of Port Orchard performed the ceremony. Mrs. Kenneth Al- 344 size 0 O 0 O O O Q 9.. $.O 0.0 0.0 0.0 9.60.. 0.9 ‘len was bridesmaid, and Tommy 6:0 Stevens was best man. The hap- .6. 9 l py couple are living at Peek Inn on North Shore road. We wish them happiness always. i Mr. and Mrs.‘James Eaton, Sam ,Herrick and two sons, and Mrs. Grace Harris called Sunday at the Irving home. Mrs. L. P. Keith was taken to the hospital in Bremerton, Sun- day. ' The three-act comedy entitled “Meet Uncle Sally" presented Fri— day night at the new school gym, Rhubarb . . . ‘. Asparagus . . v v 9 v v v 9 v OOOOOOOOGOO.“¢O¢.O§. 60 Radishes . 3 bu. Tent Engineer Speaks A. A. Stratford of Grapeview, 1 Veteran some of the experiences and prob- V ,lems he had as superintendent of the task of raising the giant tent~ tent engineer, FOR SALE. Reconditioned type- writers, standard size models. Phone 100 ‘ Bananas lb. 6;: Oranges 3 doz. 49¢ 5¢ 5¢ .. lb. Potatoes . .. 10-le. 19¢ Carrots bunch 5¢ 2-lbs. 19¢ |by the Belfair Ladies Club, was ’3 well attended, and voted the best 9:. the ladies club have given. It ‘9 was all home talent, and good 0. Hemz from start to finish. 6:0 The Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts .60 meeting was held Monday, March ' 31 at the school. 9.. Community Council and Belfair .0. Garden Club met April lst, at y 14‘02' the home of Mrs. G. M. Hill. 9" Bottle Clyde Eaton, Lee Hansen and .% """"""" u Tommy Shirley celebrated their birthdays on Saturday, March 29. ’0’ Mrs. Jud Babcock and Mrs. .‘o v Babcock from Seattle, Mr. and ‘ I Mrs. Kenneth Allen and son Dean, ‘6’ Mr. and Mrs. Emmert and daugh- 0:0 e r ters, were Sunday visitors at e V the Harris home. ’0’ R 1 B ,y Mrs. Helen Woodwo‘rth was 6.6 Alameda—“A ea 113' shopping in Belfair Friday of 3 NO. 2 last Week. 0 C ¢ MrS. Earl Johnson and Mrs. 4:9 ans """"" " Betty Curl, were in Olympia on. .0. Thursday evening of last week, i: 1gapingé’rolrn there to Elma to get ’z‘ rs. ur’s mother, Mrs. Round- tree, who visited Mrs. Curl for .3. SIFTER ER a few days. IO.’ Here’s How You Get It! Cherry, Plum and pear trees are 9... Just send 10 wrappers or box tops~12 eaCh ililflflull bloom, and are very beau- 3. from any Proctor Gample Household N Mrs. Glen Harris visited MI‘S- Soapsi-sto Flour Sifter Dept. D., Box 535, C V 0.0 Cincinnati. Ohio. Your sifter will be sent rosswhite and Mrs. Davxs this .0. you post paid. week on Tuesday. 0 maBsitll liane who has been scout- 0:0 IVOI‘y Soap ---- -‘ 3 G'OZ' bars 16¢ er ere over a eriod of time, e _ - is leaving for the army, Chas. ’3‘ 3 10 02' bars """"""""" " 26¢ Beck IS the new scoutmaster here. %’ IVOI‘V SHOW 01' Flakes ---- -- ‘Mr. Taylor, janitor at the I. 121.4,:02. pkgs. grade school, has been beautify- [I v mg the grounds by planting rho- Gamay Soap ------ 3 bars gfglretndirons, patmizas grass and has .z. P&G e s1x ri oma flowering match sticks.plants OS ‘:’ Naptha soap 10 reg. bars 29¢ Buddy Bennett has been ap- pointed school patrolman on South Shore run. Mrs. Mary Ettlin and children were visiting Tuesday at the Fos- ter home. Matlock Townsendites Honor King’s Birthday Matlock, April,2. —~ The Mat- ‘lcrtical Pack ' lock Townsend Club will hold its regular meeting on Friday, the 4 NO. 1 4th. They are giving a birthday cans ----------- ‘— LUX TOILET SOAP SB... ______________ .. 19¢ Grade ‘A’ Lge. l . . .. . . 2-doz. 53¢ l __.___.—————-—————————___-—_._——-———-——.———____— O O O O O '0 9 O O O O 006.....60.”:90.90.09.9O..6..O.OO.O party on A. S. King and everyone is cordially invited. Oykdol, 24-07.. 20"; 69-Oz. 54¢ String Beans 2 No. 2 cans 25¢ Kenwood OO FOOD 15¢ 0 Engineer Song Composer i... A locomotive engineer who never .z. ‘ . has played any musical instrument .0. and doesn‘t “know one note from another," has just completed his 2.2 first composition. Entitled “Will .z, They Sing the Songs of Dixie Way ’. q . c Up There?" it has brought favorable comment from critics and a thou- 0.9 sand copies have been published. ,0. The engineer is George Wall” 'of the 3. Che enne-Laramie run, of [ceramic 0 ~ Wye}: 36:09:00}1):.etcozoezo0:0‘ezeb:ee:eo:ee:ee:o0:9»:oezo Noted Orchestra :7? e e e 90°»o‘eogoe.ee.¢e.¢e.¢o.»y .o o e o e o o o o .o o’oontoe’o 06”» w «to. v 1 Schwan: “How many cigaret- E ’ ‘ ' ‘ tes do you smoke a day?" A. G. Lewis, S- I By Eh]? 1 (Continued from Page One) Kosko, Oh any given a_ cmnpany employs, I e l e i k D kh f (mount), ' I to Shelton hospl :Ulz prog BILL v Chairman Roc y uc am 0 medical care. I. I the inter-club visitation commit-E _ M, .amDaI s DICK”: ,tee reported that nine Shelton ex- cannt e g lACtiVial’lS visited the Montesano l 9 the tam}; club Tuesday night, that another We , .. . jgroup would go tto Raymond nextx e S k_ Stlon leag‘de p"? baseball fun.“ 10!: Monday, a small group will go to; e ,, * a trial tins month- blgmng M I Montesano again next Tuesdayi em lead I V a professional basebalhcontract land a visit to Hoquiam will be jth‘his er]. automatically disqualifies I an ipaid next Thursday as the Shel- ‘ a'few, Wei .athlete from further collegiate .ton Club settles down to the! g to Ifears Sports i l stretch run in the inter-club visit- I» . a Caratote ,ation contest which closes with' BIG BUSINESS 1 l the spring district convention May ‘ ECONOMY DRUG STORE , . Running off the annual Ameri<I 3_ b . can Bowling Congress is truly big: , Next Wednesday the clu men Mk Ibusiness, as Mark Fredson and; lwill devote to lettering prize eggs, FILM 3" em- George Merrick, Shelton’s two 611‘ < and sacking candy eggs in the an- ' All Popular tries in the big sports event, will nual Easter egg hunt which the Carton find out at first hand later this Activians sponsor for local kid- 8 prints—FREE ~ month. dies. Enlargement a Usually GUM and C ‘ es the rev related 3 Bars dthglightl , ‘i yang her New Gem Razors and Coty Base 0 . and Witness the biggeSt SPOI‘tS Ing, hard—fighting “tank-men” 15 lover the Mud Mountain dam three ' Blades, plus 50¢ Tube FREE with PUT. tossing of C event in the world. All mail sentl this soldier, in the turret of a weeks ago. His experience with Barbasol Cot), “Airspunu r MaharaJa] from this special sub-station isI tank at Camp Borden. the winds of Kansas were of ma- 1 0 V l f 3 cross A Stamped With a SPECial CaChet terial assistance in solving the -' 0 a “e or marked “Mailed at the American Iengineering problems connected accon BOWling Congress Tournament at .with hoistin the Mud Mountain . Saint Paul.” ' Sheltonlans Return tent into positiony he said. Wave . I, V 33:13:: ..;‘".°.“':.:.p:2°é3‘ teams: With New Automobiles iibthté‘féa‘éiv‘ieéhiSift Shampoo 10¢ Be A “ “seed . .‘. A. ‘1 In, I ' ' ' ' ' ' ‘ ' ' "‘ J recOrd 32:3...:92..522;t:.uf“;i¥::. ‘11:: Bill Dodge-Plymouth 35,35, 1;}.aggraggfvgmfig,ggj Hair 011 ............ ..10¢ ERADICA- gnu; tournament while 27 radio an- ,0” dealer he”? mid H911119.H71Y1: Stratford, and so aOOnger account LOtIOIl ...... ch milk in nouncers will visit the 55-day Iderman’ propr‘etol Oi Helmes f h- t 1k t the Activians last . Use .r a"linen m event The tele {a h com am“ LCafc here, returned last weekend 0, ‘5 a 0 th t °f Wltch Hazel ____ : V whim; servicn fit“; a ersp esti: |from a trip to Michigan on which might. would be m 8 na ure 0 P' r mate that over 222201;)0 words each tOOk delivery of a new lepetmon' lpe l I l 3f... ,,,,,, ed 9966906090000... 0.0 0‘90 0.0 6.0 0.6 0.. 0.9 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.9 0.0 0.0 0.9 0.0 6.9 a?” ‘——'"E" ,X o 0 Or 0.0 900 a? O P; OAI 20th CENTURY invites you to COM prices, item by item—tag by tag LOW EVERYDAY PRICES that every comparison test. Check this a you will 'know why hundreds 0} minded local housewives are telllng friends “I actually do save more a Friday, Saturday, Monday, April Ali—5‘7, DELA, SODAS .......................................... .. Z-lb. cart Pacific, Slightly Salted Grahaps .......................................... ,- " PINEAPPLE __________________________________________ __ 21/2, my Bonnie Best, Matched Slices. ‘ 1 1, PEACHES, Lakota Halves .......... .. No. 2 i. a." PEARS, Bonnie Best, halves ...... ._ 2 No. “lice PEACHES .................................... __ 2 NO. . Home Style, Rock Dell. ‘ TOMATO HOT SAUCE ...................... .. 3 Bonnie Best. ...... .. GRAPEFRUIT JUICE ........................ ._ 4 Bounty Brand. MIRACLE WHIP .................................... _. Salad Dressings—From finest, pure ingredients! DILL PICKLES, Sylvan-Crisp No. 2% WHEATIES, for energy ...................... .. 2 8 ’= ~ H-O OATS, Quick or Regular 48-oz. ;' SUNSWEET PRUNES, Medium 2-ib. ~- OLD COUNTRY HARDTACK 14—Oz. SNOWDRIFT, 1-lb. 19¢ ...................... __ 3' WESSON OIL ............................................ .. "" KRISPY CRACKERS ____________________ __ 2-lb. BULK BEANS Treat your family to Baked Beans, Chili C0“. Carne or Limas and Ham. SMALL WHITES ............. ................... __ 3 RED MEXICAN _____________________ 3 BABY LIMAS ........................ ________ __ 3—» 9",. .. PAPER TOWELS, Rock Dell .......... 3 1'0” ‘ AER-O-WAX, No Rub Wax, pt. 20¢ ..... TOILET TISSUE, Pal-mtex .............. _; arr , UNION GLASS CLEANER ________ _. big 12' p LUX TOILET SOAP ____________________________ ._ .3 b . FARGO SOAP GRAINS, 24—oz. 16¢ ____ _. 69- NAN JELLY, Bonnie Best, Asst. ........... .g. 2-lb- ‘. FLOUR, Fisher’s Blend .................. __ 49-0”? .. ‘ Finest Hard Wheat Flour. ' DILL PICKLES, Rock Dell .......... ._ 12-oz. Sweet, Sliced. ,QZKCHOICE M EAT" «3-D ’- 53 "FOR SAUCES AND cums use CARNAT’o-fi' SHORT RIBS BEEF ........................ .. lbu' For baking or roasting LAMB STEW .................................... __ lb-. Genuine Lamb PORK SAUSAGE ............. ................. .. lb- Country style——Pure Pork ‘,. PORK ROAST ...................................... .. lb" Shoulder cuts . BEEF POT ROAST ................. .......... .. 11", R Tender Steer Beef V BACON SQUARES ............................ .. 1b- Seasoning Bacon ‘, In} CODF-ISH .................................. ._ 1-lb. pkg- 0’ Dry salted OURLAND ~ I HILL TOP SO. HIGHWAY PHONE 29 PLENTY OF PARKING SPACE O 0 I. O 9 O O .6 045%,“? 6:00.. 500.00.. 0,. o 99 9 099 '3 O .9. 'QO'O