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April 10, 1941     Shelton Mason County Journal
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f‘husday. April 10, 194i. SHELTON-MASON COUNTY JOURNAL Page Three 1y; i ‘7 I - H V“: w v '7 “Tl , 1" My“ VV‘iVVP—W—VEPH WWW I ' —E h _ «I 'i “71—” “valley re ident . Lil , ho wo k—Tm Thd distri t fed r tion me tin LOGGER IN HOSPITAIJ :Ilglgh‘buV T KER“ {KS REL?ICA‘1‘LY I I ed in\ the5 auditsor’s OIIfid: at Shrel- I in Sheelton O: Tuesza: bmugh: out? Paul Pallis, Simpson Logging 'iss Bar conqequent tel. ' Consolidated with The Shelton Independent I . N I ed as secom The average Citizen When he Stops to thlnk occupied it with her mother and mg the Home Economics Club, for medical care. iof it in review must agree that there are some} Work Completed father, the three]:VI hagngtcome were: Mrs. Chas Hunter, Mm SUIECNPUOD Rates: ‘things radically wrong in the operat1on of na—l lWeSt ‘0 be “ea! rS- “n er- 5-1'1’“ LVN-ml) ii-mswiw III-ISIII’IIUII ('il)’ mziil currin‘ districts) . ,. . - . . . . . . Death claimed Lily in 1933, and ‘Dorothy Bell, Mrs. Robert C. $1.23; 33,50 l’osial tional arfairs, and in this crltical perlod when noI result-ms ii Him I ran-xvii bk I'.II\' mail carrier from Jourimi II‘. n. . i i n CAE'RIE“:' ii in I'm] . 3:” .n I o if " i "t -1 b' “e I -, c .- . - consm to be With sons and daugh- Juniors were: Mrs. Alice Taylor, v - - I ., your in :ul'ix'nnt‘i. I ' I I H i H “mm H Hm”) I DEX-t or In the “iii/11148, pUth Sentlment ls SenSIng red trUCk have gone" The survey tors there. For several years Mrs. Violet Peterson, Mrs. Bea NOW they haVe 1t agam lenias mniw: HI ilw Iitisiiii'iiw- :II sliwllon, Washinglon By Jean Todd Frcdson ‘ . Skokomish Valley, April 9_ _‘ Mr. Lancaster in 1935. In 1936 Johnson, and Mrs. Jean Todd ton, built a home near her SiS- a strong dele ation of club mem_ company employe, was admitted .terv Mrs- Hamld Hunter! and bers. FFom Siokomish, represent- to Shelton ,hOSPital WedneSday Paul Hunter, Mrs. Fred Bell, Miss print by Waldo Chase. They won this trophy at the spring meeting . . -. . . of 1940 and lost it to Camp .man 1s iylse enough to predlct What may happenirnle Army engineers with their Mrsi Lancaster returned to WIS- Fredson- From the Skokomlsh in the fall meeting of that year. .15“ J ‘ ‘ I f . q , . and charting of the Skokomish . . . L,\V.C,i:f...:rhthdai Mid 'IImISd‘Wf‘ftengloni these abuses and changlng. Valley, looking toward flood con— , Elstofiiasngffg :25 glgflég'mpr]: laggmegéngf‘Deg/{gagusMrihefig’j . C ’7 ‘4 s l I l . A; SLR. The fIOWOI" Of the IS drafted into SQI‘V- aforfiovgeqiilfggtttiiegf15:22:12 in her loss. en Savage, Mrs. Emma Fourre, ice at $21 a month and no back talk, while men Their report is filed with the The “Ck Sheedys “We to Fm'IMrS' Lame” Savage’ and Mrs' J. EBER ANGLE I‘ldilor .\I:1;izi::’\-i‘ ),M M ' . ,L.-. , .. .. , . L _ . . . . . . U garia on Sunday to visit Mrs. Lena Campbell. This was an embei ,Ol \Vusliinglon .\'r'~‘,,~']inp~i' Publishers Association 111’} IIKdUSLI’B/ Vii/10 Ciallll exemptlon 0n account DJ‘ISIOn Englneers “1 seatue VthI Sheedyvs 1n0thel.y Mrs. Fountain) attendance of 9 out of a mem_ and ){aiitirxil Pullman! .‘iss-it-iziiiwii. I 4 ,. ., Iln turn send it to the Chief Ofl n , . . ____._.___.________..___._._._.._.__ r e a dvanf ,. . ‘ . and we understand there was a bership of 14 for the Juniors, and dram, t n O} D101 in 108 the pay’ and take a ' IArmy engineers m ‘NaShmgton’ christening ceremony for the new enabled them to take home the A ISTRAI T-ijgj' BOURBON .34 Y ltage of every possible excuse to lay down, strikeID- 0- It is the“ Placed in the Shecdy son. hands of the River and Harbors attendance trOphy’ a WOOd bIOCk ’99“'~QOOOOOOI .009 u. .. . , b. .. 9..O..............G..,..¢.....;..‘....5..." o and hamper the industries which are supposed toIcommittee of congress. If thought o I , it _ ._ .~ .. . 1 4p? ' worthy by this committee, the ‘. n s ' 1 r1 . . .E‘ibe piepaiing forour oencnse, thus doubling theIproject is brought out for com WHI‘gKL . n g ogzI COSt. ' sideration on the floor. If con- 90 I‘ROOF ‘- : and C , There is an element of unfairness all around, figs bgpfggg‘éfi gr ffprggfiectfir; __ < , s g . but particularly an unfair deal to the people WhOI—but beginning in. FOR NATIONAL DEFENSE WORK \ . v -: 1 . ' d . ' tr) 3; pay the bills in support of all the vast flow1ng2mfiwga Ohva Hunter is enjoyingi u OUR TRAINING COURSE WILL EQUIP I I Iwar purposes and who are the real victims ofII‘i’HS- finydera Who are from Sheri-I YOU To EARN REAL MONEY ' ' ' I y an, owa. I I .0 Means More Than A NEW SUIT —_It Means 1of dollars over the dam for domestic as well asla visit with her cousins, Mr. and and 5 iii; :1: o o o «.53. .0 o o o o o.» e .o n the invisible government which is behind the' Her many friends in the Val- Harry Johnson Machine Shop 1 . ‘. ley are saddended at news of the lJISlble government. I _ death of Mrs. Jennie Lancaster In spite of the information commg to the l at Beloit, Wisconsin. Mr. and| For Enrollment apply Hal Olstead, L.M. Co. "public of past work of Communists, Fascists and gig-fii‘lcajvg» VfVith their dauglr' other alien elements in this country, and the y’ e or some.,.yeqis.f lknown connection with dozens of movements ,. which have as their objective disruption of in- ..I dustry and labor, production for war and domes—I C ‘tic needs, and the flouting of government, the ' 2 Fa) administration ignores these abuses and yields ' w L. o 25] to n01sy minorities while failing to safeguard the .— 1 nation as a whole. 0 pi Se 0 I One need not go afar to realize the influences which are behind most labor strife than to fol- low the ruction which’is going on at the Boeing‘ Airplane plant in Seattle, with 8,000 men em- ployed; a meeting Sunday to weed out the alien Ielement brought out only 2,000 and a vote Of only one thousand about equally divided, showing the' I I l o o 9 so“... 9 o" o a... u o ‘00 o o o o; o. 0 o.‘ .4 o o u.“ u SIICKS 0.0 0 u. o I: t. to n .3. -.q. o o o o.o¢‘ao.05.~o‘¢ 0.0 o o o o O.oo.00.vo.o o u.» power through threat and secret organization to hamper the work of our largest and most Vitall industry. And the administration professes to see no danger. o 9.0 rori‘nllml , its. “rib-1 witfifnygifiRviii‘fw N e Twi ii isislme “0n OPSEIMOHIIHII and o u.” o ’o 0 O O .co.¢o.oc‘0 1;). v u‘ EGGS I Grade ‘A’ Large I DYES I Puas' (-11-. v e r transfers II n (I dyes for East— r eggs. 0 o o v Wl‘id l'xloiilccys V 'Hillcrest Improvement Tn. shinny . ii aamitar. Club Meeting Monday the only wild i'iioi'iney's in Europe. V belong to the llliiCIlQUC family and All persons interested in im- \ . "Rot . ., Wrinityimm' Crisp. C(ml. . my QDX'OOI' Tic by But? o o o u.» Enfeel 31:3 IDLIISUIQ. -;o are native to the Barbary coast oi provements in the Hillcrest andl l’l‘igh? f1“? ’* Ill-“fruits a :3: northern Africa. It is believed that Anglemde re51dent1al sections are t r I affiglute y(“IIIIIEIi1,3,3)?» ~§~ they were originally imported by the lm'ited. to attend the meetlpg of 'as E a and anglns out" smooth 5' Romans or Moors, and that their the HlllcreSt Impvrovement“ Club l e feCtIOn. gs. overnfrorh as n daisv If ,- In (, .I, .,. of thqt Flume, next Monday evening in the Bor-I g ' J N trimml; lelit. ‘ .3: 1:10me ‘I‘imé C001} deaux school, President w. Mc_ Don Juan green Olives—ZI—ounce bottle. I I _1bS Cann announced today. o ‘0 nected at this point. There is 11 saying that the British will leave when the apes do, so that the Brit- Iiome Guard To ish authorities have secretly import- ‘ " ed fresh breeding stock when the number of apes begun to dwindle. Finest, pure, bulk BrOWn Sugar in kraft bags RIPE 0|.IIIES . . . . Tin 9¢ “Golden” standard Ripe Olives. 9 oz. tall tin FANCY PEAS . . . 2 Tins 2'5¢ Stokely fancy 3 sieve sweet peas. 20-02. tin. CREAM CORN . . . 5 Tins 49¢ Libby's crea‘m style golden bantam corn. 20-oz.. tin WHOLE CORN . . . 5 Tins 49¢ Country Home whole ‘kernel golden bantam. 20-oz. DILL’PICKLES. full qt. 15¢ Rosedale crisp dill pickles. Quart bottle. CORN ON COB. . lge. tin 39¢ Niblest whole oars—tender kernels. 46-Oz. tin. CHILI CON CARNE .. 2/ 29¢ Hormel's zesty chili. I-lb. tall tin. DEVILED MEAT. 3 tins 10¢ Libby’s Sandwich Meat Spread. BIA—oz. tin. LUNCH TONGUE. . . tin 23¢ Libby's delicious lunch tongue. -12—Oz. CORNED BEEF . . . . tin 18¢ Libby's famous corned beef. No gi‘istle. BROKEN SHRIMP. . tin 10¢ Bmken section. dry packed shrimp. 5-ounce tin. Lyndon SPAGHETTI. 3/ Hams for Easter . . Skinned Hams lb. 250 Tenderized‘—— Whole or Half Pre—Cooked IlamSIh.29c Skinned —« Whole or Half Pork Sausaged lb. 170 All Pork. Correctly Seasone BACON SQUARES lb. 11¢ WIENERS ______________ .. 1b. 18¢ BEEF BOIL .......... _. lb. 15¢ ,, SHORTENING .- 4-lbs. 39¢ FILLET of COD .... .. .lb. 13¢ OYSTERS ____________ .. pint 2 ¢ 00 o 0.00 o o ‘9‘ o o O 0.“. This Friday Evening “9 7 (11 ‘U 33 2 (D ’e .6 Changed from the Monday date it has been accustomed to for the Ipast few months, the Mason ICounty Home Guard Unit will ‘hold its weekly drill this Fridayii __ evening this week instead, with. . [Lincoln gym as the site and 7:30 “o‘clock as the time. Munro ’3 Men ’3 Store (Formerly Diehl's Men's Store) o N “Ooobooooooeoo ooqnooooooooo coo ‘ o ‘0“;3‘gob’oéo’oeoo o. .o 10 «go... - .00 o. o. 0....“ ao'oo’o*¢o.§¢.w‘oo.¢¢.ao.o .hoao 9000 o "\.. .T EATED AT HOSPITAL Wi‘liam Thompson, Simpson Logging company employe, wasI » admitted to Shelton hospital yes-i V ,terday for medical treatment. Keenest Ears The bat 'possesses among the keenest ears in the world—being able to hear the beating Wings 0! the tiny insects it pursues. and catches in [the dark. -__—/___________ LAMB ROAST in.21¢ LINK SAUSAGE n23¢ LAMB STEAK ' 1b.25¢ Tuna Flakes 49G 2...... at 2 Fruit Cocktail Journal ant-Ads—Phone 100 QUALITY V ESI'IPU’YA/LLUP VALLEY coop im'icnsnv 40': E. 26m, TACOMA, WASH. CHICKS. LEIGHORNEC. NF‘W HI’.MPS'-1~RES' R. l_ REDS, DAY OLD LEG. LTC‘CKERELS 2hr 290; Si? ............ __ tot“, ._—_-..— I I Candy Bars I70 4.... _____ __ 14¢, ' SHELTON, WASHINGTON Two shows every night Starting at 7:00 PJI. Fancy Ass’t. _ . Matinee 2:15 pm. Saturday I ~ ‘ I Adm" 18:“ani“gg:’,,u, tax I Royal Satin Shortening 3-lb. tin/10¢ = Dress Up Your Easter Menu with . , a ' I (State 2¢; ‘F‘edei‘al 3¢) Spry or Crisco .............. _. 3-lb. tin 51¢ ‘ ' ': ~ \___.___.__ I , ,. Snowdrift Shortening... 3-lb. tm 49¢ rm FrQSh anlght only Canterbury Blk. Tea ____________ lb. 49¢ ——-——-— , ' N - I 0 mm, Arlen _ And Edwards Coffee 2 lbs 44¢; 4 lbs. 84¢ . i . , , Devine y White Magic Blezlmlch .......... .. gtal. ASPARAGUS ea- L e. Fre h “ Dependable Matc es .......... _. c n. - Fancy U. s. Noel; 22¢, g -n“ ............. ,_ g s . , A Dégfigfi‘ovs Searchlight Matches .......... .. ctn. 19¢ z'le-----.------1_9¢ ‘ ““ " ‘¥ 0 3 1 .. Fisher’s Biskit Mix 21/2-lb. pkg. 25¢ NEW PEAS . P I r plus '1 1 -11).. Fresh, Well 1 e i, ,anCak Max. Pancake our ...... .. 2 A; ¢ 241,5. ________ __23¢ 3 Best , at.“ 6 our “Six Lessons From Silk Tissue Toilet Soap... 3 rolls 10¢ “ ~Ill-Ii) u s 2 2 ‘ Madame LaZonga” Sierra Pine Toilet Soap... bars 11¢ 14 ' s- = Leon Errol _ Lupe Velez Fisher’s Blend Flour... 241/2-lbs. 83¢ . Fancy Bananas .... .. 1b. 66 i ------ .. ¢ . :l Drifted Snow Flour .... -_ 241/2-lbs. 85¢ Sunk}st Oranges 1.14105 49c -_ Shopping Bag Kitchen Craft Flour ...... ._ 49-1bs. 1.45 333112;: Eggnlfigult ---- -- 104g);- 433 I I. Friday ' Saturday . Beer 12'02. tins for . A 1 ‘ ------------------ 43c I rene . i . _ Fluffiest MarshmalloWs ...... __ lb. 10¢ c.3233..." (aggrbsx3c ea.) -...lb. 140 A , v “SCATTERGOOD HOT Wine Rhubarb ____________ 4-lbs. 10c . Guaranteed , ,, K BAINES” Arizona Lettuce __________ .. 2 for 15c “’- ........ __ g I _ CROSS Imperial Carrots ______________ __ bu. 50/ ~, »‘¥— ‘ Guy K‘bbee 'sgfivghggetgggfif; m;- Fancy Tomatoes .............. .. 1b. 15c . Bleach - I -- -' I gggghPfifggges ------------ «134%:- 233 , ms ‘ Fresh Local I I Sun.-Moni.-.'J}ues., $57.55. “"smppe“ w'th Yakima No. isms: 13-lbs. .25c pal ; s 1 9 c Ann‘a Neagle I pkg. of 15¢ Yakima No. Spuds.. 50-lbs. 39c : , r I» ‘ “NO, No NANEmE” I SIX ---------- H g MERCHANTS DISTILIINU EURPUHATIGN "‘I:;,.",Fn“”