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April 3, 1941     Shelton Mason County Journal
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Page Eight Mashed Sardines Sardines mashed with a fork and with a little salad dressing and lem- on juice mixed in, make a grand filling for hot toasted sandwiches. I QUIET YOUR STOMAC H ._._. Today if you get the full, nause— ating feeling caused by too much gas from acid-indigestion, get re- lief in three minutes by taking Bisma-Rex. This excellent tasting antacid is sold in bottles of 50 doses for 50c at the Rexall Drug Store. Be sure you get Bisma- Rex.»—Gordon's Shelton Pharmacy. 255 I _. Chickens . Pork Roast Side Pork . Pork Steak Pure Pork Sausage . Breast olVeal lb. 14c Piece Bacon . lb. 22c Seasoning Bacon FISH —— CRABS —-— OYSTERS Shelton Meal Ice MONEY Employment Slower On Farms In February The number of persons working ‘on United States farms increased gslightly during February and to- taled 8,968,000 on March 1, the Agricultural Marketing Service reports. Cold weather east of the Rockies and heavy precipitation in the Far West retards spring. work this year and the increase in farm employment totaled only 186,000 persons, or per cent more than a month earlier. usual increase is four per cent. Journal Want-Ads are showing their value in every issue of the paper! Fania THAT SAVE YO U . . lb. 18c . . lb. 17c lb. 18c . . lb. 20c 2-lbs. 25c 12c The = j Last View of Greenvil This is perhaps the last published moved a mile north of its present site, to make room for the Wap- papello flood old county seat town, population 650. 1e l l r l l I l view of Greenville, Mo., 125-year— The entire town will be control dam. l l _ lLarge Crowd At t Victor Dance On l Saturday Night I By Pauline Smith Victor, April 2. g A large crowd attended the last dance at Victor and also reported a dandy good time. There will be a dance at Victor this Saturday, April 5th. Come and bring your |friends. Mrs. Josephine Eustace, Gladys Eustace and Mrs. G. Spell- ger drove out from Seattle last Friday and spent the day with Mr. and Mrs. N. C. Smith and family. They were also callers lat the Carl Smith, Jr. and Carl Smith, Sr. homes. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Henderson and son Jerry, spent Friday eve- ning at the R. H. Haeger home. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Dahl were callers at the W. R. Schillinger home Sunday evening. Miss Pearl Ahre, Miss Pauline Smith and Mrs. Ella Sisson and lson Dick were Shelton shoppers Friday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. A1 Doherty of Seattle spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Pete Essler and lfamily. , Miss Pearl Ahre weekend in Tacoma. ! Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Haeger and children Doris and Dale, spent Saturday in Olympia. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Schilling- er were dinner guests of. Mr. .and Mrs. John Pijser last Thurs- day. Miss Pearl Ahre and Miss Pauline Smith spent the weekend of March 22-23 in Tacoma. They ,visited the daffodil fields at Puy— allup on Sunday and also enjoyed a drive to Lake Wilderness. spent last i Camphor in Pictures More than 500,000 pounds of cam- } phor are used each year in motion 1 picture film alone, according to In- ! dustrial and Engineering Chemistry. Marmalade Jar FREE lllX , 2pkgs. Cereal WHEAT HEARTS 23o Alber’s CORN ’FLAKES3‘PKKSI 9o . Delicious GOFEEE 24!... 45c 3—10¢ Pkgs. 523?. 2 'Speials fdr Friday, Saturday and Monday Prunes Sealed Cartons for“ Eggs Grade “A” Large 2d... .... 55¢ . Fisher’s Pancake Flour 215’s; ..... .. 13¢ Peanut Butter OREAMETTES 19c rs... 25¢ Swans Down, Fisher’s Blend Flour Drifted Snow 49459. [‘9 Syrup -lb. can .......... _. 5 39¢ Honey, . , Pure Fireweed 5-2;. __________ ,4». oilllLIFLOWER 10c Pears tall cans ........ .. 23¢ Peaches 29¢ lge. cans ........ I RADISHES 0ARROTS Lge. White APPLES Full Shopping Bag ORANGES SHOPPING BAG GRAPEFRUIT MN. St: bu. 5c box 790 bag 49,0 .......’1doz.33¢ Miss iTravel Pictures i To Feature Union Improvement Club! I ! Union, April 2. ~ The enter-r tainment committee of the Hood Canal Improvement Club is hap- lpy to announce that Mr. Heck- man will show his pictures, at the regular meeting next Monday eve- Ining, April 7th, at the schoolhouse. . lHe will show scenes of local in- terest as well as Cascade Moun- tains, Yellowstone and other Ibeautiful country taken during his several trips East and South. The meeting is called for eight o’clock [and after a short business meet— ing, the pictures will follow. Any- one interested is cordially invited to attend. We moved the George McHen- ry family into the wrong house last week. They changed their mind and ale living in the Fran- lcis Wright home which is more convenient for their purpose. Last Saturday evening a number of friends and neighbors joined them lin a house-warming. Lyle Bittle and Vern Morris furnished music for dancing which with games, made up the evening’s entertain- lment followed by delicious lunch served by the hostess. Mrs. Lucy Trout visited several days this week in Tacoma with an old friend and helped her cele- brate her birthday. Alex Darndley, caretaker for A. E. Symons, was married in Shel— ton Monday to June Burgher of Seattle. Mr. and Mrs. Visdal, for- mer caretakers, are now living in Seattle. On Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Carl- son of Gig Harbor, Miss Amy Borgen of Tacoma, and their| son of Seattle, had dinner with, Johnson, mother of Mr. Borgen, -stayed on for a visit here, with her son and wife. Mrs. Guy Allison returned this week from a ten-day trip to Cali- fornia where she encountered Mr. and Mrs. accompanied by Mrs. Sam Theler, Mrs. Betty Curl and Miss Ruth Johnson of Belfair, attended the large gathering of postmasters at ‘the Daffodil Festival Banquet at Sumner Saturday evening, after which they visited the attractive i‘lower show in the school gym- nasium. The next day the party ,. with the exception of Mrs. Curl who went to Seattle, motored to Paradise Inn and witnessed the ,‘immense gathering of ski en- jthusiasts. On the return home ' they visited Randle and Chehalis. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Wyatt re— port a pleasant Sunday when they visited the flower show in Seattle and drove around Lake ‘Washington on their way home. Bernice and Grace VanHorn of Olympia are spending their East- er vacation at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harley Neldon. Russell Van Horn is with his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Francis Wright. . Mrs. Goss who with the doctor, has a summer home near Alder- brook, is entertaining this week- end and into next week several friends of her daughter's. Mr. and Mrs. Schwitters and two children, formerly of Arkan- sas, have taken a cabin at the Waterwheel. Mr. Schwitters is employed in the Navy Yard. [ CHRISTIAN SCIENCE "Unreality" is the subject of the Lesson-Sermon which will be read in all Churches of Christ, Scien- tist, Sunday, April 6. Golden Text: “Charge them that are rich in this world, that they be not highminded, nor trust in uncertain riches, but in the living God, who giveth us rich— ly all things to enjoy” (I Tim. 6:17). Among the citations which com— prise the Lesson-Sermon is the following from the Bible: "Blessed is the man that trusteth in the Lord, and whose hope the Lord is. planted by the waters, and that spreadeth out her roots by the river, and shall not see when heat cometh, but her leaf shall be green; and shall not be careful in the year of drought, neither shall cease from yielding fruit” . (Jer.17:7,8). The Lesson-Sermon 'also in— cludes the following passage from the Christian Science textbook, “Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures” by Mary Baker lEddy: “Science reveals the glor- ' ious possibilities of immortal man, iforever unlimited by the mortal lsenses” (p.288:27-28). l Farms on Boundaries Many international boundaries cut across individual farm properties, i l l l l and special regulations may allow a . farmer to cross from one part of'his l l farm to another to harvest his crops and transport them across the line ‘ to his barn, according to a study issued by the Columbia University Press. SHELTON-MASON COUNTY JORNAL . .1 grandmother, Mrs. Anneta John-g 'Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Borgen. Mrs. SUNSHINE. l Lud Andersen, I For he shall be as a. tree News Brevities From Potlatch; By Elizabeth Hussmun and Mildred “'oodwortli Potlatch, April latch Social Club held their reg— ular meeting at the schoolhouse on Tuesday evening with Mrs. ‘Tyler as the hostess. After the business meeting two tables of contract were. played; high score going to Mrs. Hale and Second high to Mrs. Kaarc. Mrs. J. Simmons received the goose. Mr. and ills. Ronald Dodd and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Starwich were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Smith on Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Terry Pagel and daughter Theresa were Sunday visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Pagel of Purdy Can— yon. Mr. and Mrs. Kingsley Gadley and sons, Ray and Earl, visited various friends in Alder on Sun-' day. Mr. and Mrs. Neil Simmons and son Mickey spent the weekend visiting Mrs. Simmon's mother in Puyallup. While in Puyallup they attended the daffodil festival. Sun- day evening they visited Mr. and Mrs. Allan Main of Morton. Mrs. Frank Pearce thas gone to Seattle where she will spend a few days visiting friends. Mr. George Balcom and Miss Patricia Levar of Bremerton were the weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Woodworth. Mildred Woodworth spent the weekend visiting Jean Webb of Eldon. Mrs. Fred Eisenzimer andson Ferdie of Anacortes, visited friends in Potlatch Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Eisenzimer was the Saturday night guest of Mrs. Richter and Ferdie was the guest of Richard Pearce, a former high school buddy. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Anderson and Mr. and Mrs. Davis Anderson and tiny daughter Mary Lynne of Olympia were Sunday guests of the Tompkins’. Mrs. Lanning drove to Pullman on Monday to bring her daughter Frances home for the spring va- cation. Uncanny Ability Bats possess the uncanny ability to fly through woods on the darkest nights without ever touching branches and similar obstructions; apparently they are enabled to do this because the highly sensitive nerves in their wings feel objects before actually touching them. 4 l \ Glamorously Sheer and Lovely! GAYMODES* 98¢ You’ll love their smooth fit, and their fine, even texture, but most of all you’ll appre- ciate the way they wear. Sizes 81/; 101/2 >1‘Reg.U.S. Pat. Off. LADIES, NOVELTY SHOES REDUCED ! $1.50 and $2.45 The Pot- I galloping , ‘ careful details and better fit. Grange Program Gives Much Fun To Valley Folks By Jean Todd Fredson : Skokomish Valley, April 2. M It was a big evening at the iMiddle Valley schoolhouse Fri- ‘day night, March 28. Skokomish Grange entertained with a Chick- en dinner which preceded thc open meeting, staged for grangers and their friends. A goodly company ——at the lecture hour, the lecturer, Mrs. Charlotte Whitford intro- dueed the speaker of the eve— ning, Supt. J. E. Martin, who explained the new school legis- lation. Other speakers were County Agent Okerstrom and Rep. Chas. Savage. Mrs. Victor Roberts has re- turned from a week’s visit with friends in Seattle. On Wednesday last Mrs. Elva Price entertained the Home Eco- lnomics Club with a special par- ty meeting, honoring Mrs. Ed Ahern, who is one of the earliest members of this club, and who is moving to Kitsap county soon. A lovely flower receptacle was presented to Mrs. Ahern by the club, and on Thursday evening, friends and neighbors of the Ed Aherns, thirty strong, surprised them with a farewell party at their home. On this occasion the Aherns were presented with a lovely floor lamp. Mrs. Ruth Toney and daugh- ter Sharon, spent last week with Mrs. Toney's sister, Mrs. Fred Ferris. The Toneys are moving from Shelton to Manchester. Several Skokomish residents were fortunate enough to attend the big flower show in Seattle last week. Mrs. Harold Hunter drove to Bremerton on Wednes- day and with her party ferried to Seattle for the event. With her were Mrs. Oliva Hunter, Doris Hunter, Gayle Hunter and Mrs. Jean Fredson. On Thursday Mrs. Bill Thompson, Mrs. Jack Dam- monn and Mrs. Art Welsh attend- ed. All report the thrill they had expected. ton hospital and is reported to be well on the road to recovery, following the major operation she underwent. Only the first of April, but most gardens in the valley are plowed and some planting has been done. All four or five weeks earlier than usual. Last—minute f a sh i o n s in breath-taking p r i n t s and luscious solid colors. Many clever combinations, too! All in fine rayon fabrics with Sizes 12-20; 38-44 2.98 GLEN ROW DRESSES . ............. .. Handsome HANDBAGS To Accent-Spring Outfits! 98¢ Remarkable. values for sport and grass! Rich looking simula ed leathers in under- arm and top-handle styles! Patent,.., suede and saddle types, Interesting goat, calf and pig grains. Tai’lOred and Dressy Women’s Easter GLOVES ' Beautifully made. Rayons and Doeskins [APPROVEDN UUTHTTERS in THE A MERIEAN FAMILY? Mrs. John Eager is' in the Shel- I Wild, Undefeated In Mixed Doubles MI XED DOUBLES BOWLING W Dodds-Dodds .................... ..6 Durand-Durand .............. ..4 Staley—Dotson .................. .4 Peterson—Mackey ............ . .4 Sutherland-Sergeant Smith-Smith LaBarr—Roberts 1 l l Kubik-Ferrier Barber-Snelgrove Allen-Aronson Skelsey-Skelsey Entering the new league late, the team of Inez and Ron Dodds is the talk of the mixed doubles bowling competition this week after winning six straight games. Ron produced one of the best totals of the present pin season when he hit a big 668 which was instrumental in bringing the Dodds team a clean sweep vic- tory over Gwen and Tiff Skelsey. Last week the Dodds combine swept Cora Barber and Ned Snel- grove, but the latter came back Tuesday night to win a pair from Flo Cormier and Al Ferrier, Flo subbing for Marie Kubik. Last week's, triple victors, Mary Sutherland and Toad Sergeant, became triple victims this week at the hands of Elsie Peterson and Buck Mackey. Min and Hank Durand dropped Evelyn and Bill Smith, Pauline and Loren Staley tripped Kay Allen and Arnie Aronson, and Merna Wood and I. H. Woods downed Dot LaBaar and Pete Roberts, all by the odd‘ game margin. Dodds 668 and 254 scores among the men, Al Ferrier getting a 253, with Elsie Peterson’s 502 and Pauline Staley’s 190 led the la- The dies. Dodds FOR RENT or CA a. umoowwwwwwmcr combination ThurSday, t ay A .2! Physicians Dfiir, ‘ - MisSiol Paradomcally. 'phX ' live as long as the a the age of 30 years. CUT their life expectancyll. 11nd less than that of the ect to ' 01 population. and “Evian: '3 gentecostai r as reet arid. posted a 1327 to Mr O . game for high team- .1 uth< We make personal g' loans quickly. wondering “wheffll you need, you CO , and s 5 ing it of us'. Need (8“ 10¢ and bills, or for any tate 2¢; ] outlay? 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