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April 10, 1941     Shelton Mason County Journal
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v. Page Two ¢¢¢¢¢¢§¢¢QQ¢Q¢¢§¢¢¢¢¢¢¢¢¢¢§fig 0:0 ' ‘l‘ :S: OE. oz. IOI‘ EASTER :g: 1‘; Machine and Machineless PERMANENTS 1:: Don't let the loveliest season of '3‘ the year get you down, making :5: you feel jaded and flat by contrast 0? to all the newborn buds and glow- }: ing greenness. é~ 0’9 ’9 "2” o v e o e o o “.4 cg... o. 0;. o 9 3. PHONE 38.. 9:. see... 00¢ ooeoeeoeeeoeee 9.»: o.».«.«.v 0.09.05“; (0 0.; 0.. e.oo.oe.o o.«.».u.n.«.».».u.« to co... 0 o o o o o o....90.fe.ee.ee.e o o o o o e o o e o O....§O.‘b.0§.‘fi.¢D..’.O§.Ot.¢ e o BRECK’S SHAMPOO and SCALP TREATMENT Exclusive with This Shag Anne’s Beauty Shop on 9:. ".0 a. a ‘O o o e o 0.00.09...“ 9 o ‘00 ————————y—— . HERE'S WHAT THEY SAY: MODEL CT1-41 $10995 COME IN AND SEE THE NEW are talking about the New General Electric Range with the “FLA VOR-SA VER" O VEN So easy _to cook “prize” Model C TI ~41 GENERAL puncture RANGE ROBBINS ELECTRIC roasts, pies, cakes with a General Electric Range! Its “Flavor-Saver” Oven seals- in moisture and flavor. Its Deep Well Cooker live- steam: vegetables, meats. Its Broiler gives you juicy ' steaks with a “charcoalike” broil. Let us show you many other features of this clean, cool, fast, low-cost way to cook the finest meals. Wear Sport Jackets $4.98 Casual as a Shrug Just the thing to SPRING SKIRTS! 1.98 Smart Smoothies At Practical Price! Brentwood* Frocks 1.98 Gay little dresses you'l wear everywhere from morning till night! Made of smooth Sorority rayon prlnts and smart slub weave Tingling prints and plains. Sporty or dressy types—we have plenty of both—and every one is hand picked for its youthful flattery! Sizes 12 to 44. Soft wool flannel of the Shoulder —— wear with the new' "'I Casual Jean chrai“ Styles! FELT HATS In White or Pastels 98¢ Casual little sports hats you can 3am on your head and be ready to go anywhere. any time! Of fine wool felt in fresh white orp astels to match this sea- son's lovely light clothes! Dress Makers Suits . . . . . .. Sizes 12-18. SheerBlouses........ Plain White and Colors. Glen Row Frocks Don’t Miss These Bargains! BettyCo-Ed......... Straws & Felts. SpringCoats......... Plaid: Navy Blue. lee-0,00 1.98 2.98 1.98 9.911 Mens Suits 19.75 Sport Coats 9.90 Mens Sport Slacks Boys Slacks 1.98 .81 2.98 ' New Styles for the Easter Parade. Sparkling new col- OI‘S. Ties .................. .. 49¢ Slack Socks 3 /1.00 Suspenders ...... .. 98¢ Shoes .............. .. 3.98 Sport Shirts 1.98 *Reg. U. S. Patent Office chief 1 l l l l * l lEast door of the I Shelton :and will :cash in hand to the highest and best ,! bidder. [day of March, 1941. l l l -the 12th day of , together id lposed use is on file in the office of l by law. [ 4-3-10—2t. I l 'CLALLAM ADJUSTMENT CORPOR— 'the State of Washington. Tsaid County, ,March. ‘dered in said Court on the 3rd day I tiff and i LEGAL PUBLICATIONS SHELTON-_A_SON co NOTICE OF WARRANT CALL Notice is hereby given that the following Mason County Warrants are called for paynn-nt at the office of the Treasurer of said County, and that interest vlll ooaso on tho date of the publication of this notice: Curran Expense Warrants Nos. 9709 to 10277 inclusive: Social Security Current Expense Warrants Nos. 1770 to_ 2 11 inclusive; In the Superior Court of the State of Washington for Clallam County A’I‘ION Plaintiff, WASHINGTON SER— VICE CORP.. Assignec vs. CARL PAUTZKE, also known as CARL O. PAUTZKE. and DORIS PAUTZKE, his wife Defendant. Under and by virtue of a general execution issued out of and under the seal of the Superior Court of.‘ in and for the 10th day or a judgment ren- on 1941, upon of February. 1941, in favor of Plain- against defendants, C a r 1 Pautzke. also known as Carl 0. Pant- zke, and Doris Pautzke, his Wife judgment debtors for the sum of Seventy and no-100 ($70.00) Dollars. together with attorney’s fees. inter- est. costs and increased costs. and to me directed and delivered, I did on the 11th’day of March. 1941, levy upon all the right, title and interest of said judgment debtors in and to the following described property to satisfy said judgment, to-wit: El"; of Lot 2. Block 11, Anglcsidc Second Addition to Shelton, Ma- son County. Washington. NOW THEREFORE, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. That on Saturday. April, 1941, at 10 o‘clock in the forenoon of said day. I will sell the above described prop- erty. or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy said judgment, with attorney’s fees. inter- est. costs and increased costs. in all amounting to the sum of One hundred and two and 55/100 ($102.55) Dollars. Said sale will take place at the Court House at in said County and State, be. at public auction, for Dated at Shelton, Wash., this 12th E. F. MARTIN, Sheriff of said County. 343-20427. 4-3—10—5t. NOTICE OF WATER RIGHT APPLICATION NO. 5361 State of Washington Office of Su- crvisor of Hydraulics Olympia. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Notice is hereby given that George A. LcCompte. M. D. of Shelton, State of Washington. under date of Feb— ruary 20, 1941, filed with the State Supervisor of Hydraulics, Olympia. Washington. an application for a permit to divert the public waters of Town Creek tributary of Oakland Bay. in the amount of 0.05 second foot. subject to existing rights, con« tinuously tor the purpose of domestic supply; that the approximate point of iversion is located Within Lot 2 of Scetion’ 16, Township 20 N., Range 3 in Mason County. A map showing the location and plan of said diversion and the place of the pro- the State Supervisor of Hydraulics, Olympia, Washington, together with such other information as is required Any person, whose right will firm or corporation he injurioust af« fecth by said application may file with the State Supervisor of Hyd- raulics. at Olympia. Washington, such objections or representations. in writ ing. as he may desire to make. with- in thirty (30) days after the date of last publication, which date is April 10. 1941. Witness my hand and official seal this lst day of April, A. D. 1941. CHAS. _J. BARTHOLET, State Supervisor of Hydraulics. (SEAL) No. 1415 1 NOTICE TO CREDITOBS In the Superior Court of the State of Washington ior Mason County. In Probate IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF OLGA MARIE ONSRUD, De- ceased. NOTICE IS. HEREBY GIVEN. that the Undersrgned, Jacob H. Ons- rud. has been appointed and has qualified as Administrator of the Es- tate of Olga Marie Onsrud. Deceased. and that all persons having claims against the said Deceased or the said Estate are hereby required to serve the same, duly verified, with the necessary vouchers attached upon the underSIg‘ned Administrator, or his Attorney of Record, at Suite 1, Lum- bermen’s Building, Shelton, Mason County. Washington. the same being designated as the place for the trans- action of the business of the said Estate. and file such claims, together with proof of service with the Clerk of the above entitled Court, within six months after the first publication of this Notice, to—wit: March 20th, 1941, or said claims. will be forever barred. Date of first publication. March 20th, 1941. ,. JACOB H. ONSRUD. . Administrator of the' Estate of Olga Marie , Onsrud. Deceased, Suite 1, Lumbermen's Bld ., Shelton. Mason Conn y, Washington. CHAS. R. LEWIS. Attorney for said Es- tate, Suite 1. Lumber- men's Building. Shelc ton. Mason County, Washington. 3-20-27. 4-3-10—4t. Satsop Pioneer Dies ,At Chehalis Sunday I l Death claimed Edwardfichalet- zke, 84, one of the first two settlers in the upper Satsop val-. ley on the West Branch, at a Chehalis hospital, and the funeral , was held at Aberdeen Wednes- { day. He came to Grays Harbor in 1883 and was engaged in mill work for several years before set- tling on the farm which the fam- ily_ still owns. His wife died two years ago and since he has lived with his daughters, part of the time in Shelton. He is survived by three daugh- ters, Mrs. Clara Powers, Shelton; Mrs. Mary Mullinix, Pe Ell; Mrs. Elsie Salmon, Aberdeen; three sons, Walter, Spokane; Aberdeen, and Albert, living on the farm. As a pioneer he play- ed his full part in opening this country in its early years and carrying it through. Charles, Scout Tree Planting Project On Saturday All Boy Scouts in the Shelton troops who wish to participate in a tree planting project near Camp 3 next Saturday are to report at the Scout Hall at eight o’clock in l the morning and be» taken in pri< ’ vate cars to the scene of thel planting. The planting will be under the supervision of Wally Anderson. ranger at the Hoodsport Pure-st Service station. School District No. 2 Warrant Nos. 1947 to 1990 inclusn School District No. 3 Warrant Nos. 991 to 1002 inclusiv School District No. 8 Warrant Nos. 1795 to 1812 inclusiv School District No. 22 Warrant Nos. 3073 to 3103 inclusiv School District No. 25 Warrant Nos. 1135 to 1145 inclusiv School District No. 13 Warrant Nos. 1901 to 1934 inclusiv School District No. 45 Warrant. Nos. 2778 to 2881 inclusiv School No. 58 Warrant Nos. 670 to 693 inclus School . , No. 302 Warrant Nos. 1568 to 1611 inclusiv School Dist: :t No. 304 Warrant Nos. 1181 to 1207 inclusiv ‘ School District No. 306 Warrant Nos. 1605 to 1617 inclusive; School District No. 22 Building Fund Warrant Nos. 262 to 266 inclusive; OMER L. DION. (HEAL) Treasurer of Mason County. Dated at Shelton, Washington, April 10, 1941. ‘ 4~10—1t. Cause No. 8420 NOTICE OF HEARING on PETITION NOTICE OF SHERIFF’S SALE for VACATION OF COUNTY ROAD OF REAL ESTATE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that lindcr General Execution on Monday. the 28th day of March. 1941, at two o’clock p. m., a hearing will be held in the office of the Board of County Commissioners of Mason County, Washington, in the Court House. at Shelton. before the Board of County Commissioners of said County. in the matter of the petition of C. Jorstad. et al for vacation of a county road known as the portion of vacated primary state highway No. 9 in the vicinity of Jorstad Creek. com— mencing at a point on the south line of Lot 4, Section 34. Township 24 North Range 3 West, W. M.' thence norther- ly to a point in Lot 3, Section 34, Township 24 North Range 3 W.W.M., being that portion of the route oi primary state highway No. 9 included in the cut—off caused by the new state highv‘vay in the vicinity of Jor- stad Creek, situate in Mason County, State of Washington, the whole dis- tance being about 32. miles. DATED THIS 7th day of April, 1941. . HARRY DEYETTE. Clerk of the Board of County Commission— ers, Mason County, Washington. 4-10—17v2t. NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING The annual meeting the Bay- shore Telephone Company will be held at the Courthouse, Shelton, Washington, Tuesday, April 15, 1941 at 2 pm. W. M. ELLIOTT, President. E. L. KELLOGG. 4-8-10—2t. Secretary. CALL FOR BIDS District No. 25 will receive bids for 25 ricks of wood, 1 rick cedar, well seasoned and piled in shed by Sept. lst. 19th. Board reserves right to reject any or all bids. BERTHA N. PETERSON, (Clerk) Dist. No. 25. 4-8-10—15—3t. You’ll Enjoy Giving and Receiving CANDY Our candy is the finest can- dy made—fresh, delicious and wholesome! It‘s the kind of candy you'll want to give and have for your Easter. Order now. for Easter delivery. Easter Candy 15¢ - 20¢ lb. Name Eggs 5¢ FILLED Baskets 10¢ — 15¢ Easter Wrapped Toys 25¢ to 98¢ Berkshire Hosiery 79¢ Narcissus 15¢ Artificial Flowers 15¢ — 25¢ Ladies Bags 49¢ Childrens Bags 10¢ & 25¢ Wilcox 5¢ & 10¢ Store lSurprise Party Bids opened April UNTY JOURNAL Thursday, Apr n... 4..- ‘The next enrollment willnbe held noted throughout; April 18. Yesterday only one local tion, Miss Barb I l» Unlimited CCC 1 Enrollment Now Unlimited enrollment in the CCC is available to Mason County youths, Miss Cora Barber, Mason County welfare administrator an- nounced today. , ent t ' Cor ‘boy was enrolled, she said. The With a consequ ., ered as SW) same shortage of enlistments is existence of the Honors Birthday ‘1 Of Agate Woman By Mrs. Mary Matthcs Agate, April 9. Mrs. H. G. Wclch was surprised Sunday, April 6th when friends arrived to greet her on her birthday. A very pleasant afternoon was zspent playing cards, and visit-i Mr ing. A delicious chicken diimer-1 . . ., — ., Vlh ViSitors of Mr. lwas scr.od DCfOIt departing, vaind card Sunday. Mrs. J. S. Hammond of Charles- Steele’s Cut-Bat ECONOMY DRUG STORES :1. . ,2» s. \ received in an accident at work Monday. and Mrs. M. Only were. and Mrs. P. Ri- I . Member r best wishes to the honored Mr. and Mrs. H. Welch. The la— dies are sisters. AND CINE KODAKS : SATURDAY, Victor Auseth is one of the V t ' i . $13.11!. 2335;153:3513? .323 its: , ton. west Virginia. arrived Tues- FILM CIGAREB , :E. Hawkinson, Mr. and Mrs. D.Isaga$101:Sgrhs‘fervelgfitlxgékzh's- M- DEVELOPING . All Popular . H Clark and Mrs. M. Matthes. ' 8 prints—FREE Carton Mrs. A. J. Howarth, Mrs. D. “ ‘ i. McLeod and Mrs. M. Matthes were i Enlargement ' . Shelton shoppers Monday. A t and Mr. Harry Bantham, ga e Scoutmaster, drove bto Seatttfie 3 Bars 'Friday with a num er 0 e . boys of Troop N0. 8 to see the Reg; 39¢ Heavy {11111112 2 to a customer). Means 1V: Scout Circus. All were overjoy- . ' . o . l g 1 ed. I V Mr. and Mrs. R. Hartley and granddaughter of Portland, Ore! S . b Full Line of gon, spent Tuesday visiting with u E A S T M A N K O D , , ‘J 1 d'dt ' th ab 1 3"“ up 9. ourna can 1 a es in .e .u . Prom:th for Rent. .4 ,lscription campaign. We all wish ' M0V1e J to see him win a bicycle. So ev- ' ery one help him Succeed. ,1 FREE Easter I Mr. and Mrs. P. Ricard moved} at 8, 9, 10 and return ‘ ,:i into Mrs. Matthes’ Cottage last oco lweek. Mr. Ricard is employed at Supper Small admission BROVWN & Bremerton. Mr. Harold Reynolds is a pa- tient in the Naval Hospital at Bremerton with a broken shoulder up PAGE & Good M 11310 e of a Grand Easter Dinner giggOURLAND’S Guaranteed M62 Features for Friday—Saturday Only . I I “110,, . . m y, -. : Xflnklei), g ’1 a " lie .~ I . 111.5891 an . l , 1 ‘ )rl . I ght / Siolutéi‘y Here's the real treat for Easter an hangin . . Ham baked to perfection. ‘ 0m frog. delumous , t _mmm I mam served with all the Easter r1 , 50‘ These hams are processed ’to assure agar, lute tenderness—so mild they need no boiling. SPRING AM M BEEF POT ROAST, Young Steer-—~ lg: 1150145 14 boneless --------------- 1b. 150 Shoulder LAMB STEW, with spring Vega—aims. 19C Evergreen 3-Sieve PURE LARD _ ------------------------------ __ 1b. 190 NO‘ 2 """""""""""" " 2_1bs" 250 Cans .... __ COTTAGE CHEESE ------------------ " .. .......’- -—"‘ . “4-” "" 1.1 -—————-—I— 6011.91“ No. 303’s ...... . . . . I, CORNED BEEF . . BLACK FIGS signage ...13¢ White Figs, fey ...... ..|b. 19¢ - CORN FLAK‘ES . . . . Alber's—Crisp, Fresh Armour’s Target TOMATO JUICE. . .. Cup. O'Gold—from Yellow Tomatoes ' PORKG'BEANS . . . . Phillip's Delicious ‘\ ‘ Bonnie Best-Green Asparagus 2 for 37c Larsens Veg—All—No. 303’s ...... ._’._ 13c ‘ ' Van Camp Mackerel ...... .. 3 No. 1 s 25c x”\ iv ¢ Bonnie Best Sandwich Spread. qt. 25c Brightly \‘5 Assorted Cookies ...................... .. lb. 250 Colored ~. LB. _ 1 0c ‘- LaSalle Dev11ed Meat ........ _. 3 A s 1 Santa Clara Prunes, ext. lge. 2-lbs. 190 A..— Sun Maid Nectar Raisins... 15-oz. 8c B&H Pure Cider Vinegar ...... .. qt. 10c Lakota String Beans 3 N0. 25 27c Softasilk Cake Flour 44-oz. pkg. 23c With Pounds Sunshine Graharqns 2-1210. 1(:tn. Rock Dell Corn ltare .... _. p gs. oc éoéhFclisggy Purex Bleach .... __ qt. 12c; half gal. 22c ' Rock Dell Wax Paper 40 ft. roll 5c Fresh, Fruits mt Vegetables ~ ORANGES .......... .. 3 doz. 45¢ POTATOES ...... .. 25-lbs. 49¢ .1 g Sunkist, Juicy No. 1 Yakima Gems , . can. i TOMATOES .... .. 2-lbs. 29¢ blth SPUDS ...... ._ 4-lbs. 19¢ . ,M Red, Firm r a or , a i RADISHES SPINACH He 9 I R. (1 Local ——-——‘—-— . -lbs. r l Binch .................. .. 4 Local ...... .. LETTUCE ............ .. for 15¢ GRAPEFRUIT .... "doz. 23¢ E Large solid heads In Shopping Bag FINE SELECTION OF AVACADOS -v NEW PEAS CARROTS — CUCUMBERS --20T*§C£NTURY g roan ‘E‘STORE GRADE “A” LARGE EGGS Strictly Fresh doz HILL TOP , PHONE 29 SO. HIGHWAY Plenty of Parking Space