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Shelton Mason County Journal
Shelton, Washington
April 10, 1941     Shelton Mason County Journal
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i I A Page Eight _ ‘ . JOURNAL _ _ V_ H Thursday, April,1 EShelton Valley . Events Related In News Briefs “He that licth down with dogs, “The height of bad luck 77 Sea- ‘ ‘lll With flmf‘." sickness and Lockjaw." 71w Lumbermen’s Mercantile “Where Quality Meets Price” PHONE 305 i l By Una Winsor i Shelton Valley, April 9. ~—-— The‘ regular meeting of the grangef auxiliary will be held next week,i Easter Treats! Thursday, April 17, at the home From Daviscourt’s .V .7 Wuihlngvon Stut- Progrou Conmlulo- of Mrs. Estella Holman. l l Soap Lake, located at the very NII‘S. Bob Ramin ad MI‘S. Johnl intranet: to Grand Coulee, is Stevenson 0f Shelton. ViSited. Craving for some delicious irecognized by many to contain Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. J.I bakery goods? We thought ithe meet remarkable medicinal A. Shafel“. so, That.s why we,re featu'u lwaters iii the world. Among those making gay times i Highly chemicalized, the lake at Echo Farm over the weekend ' H . . . mg ‘hesc freSh E a S t e r 3contains both mineral and organic were Al'dlce Bflnnett alld Patrlma "eats-y, :elemeiits, some of therapeutic val— PCtel‘SOH 0f Seattle, alld D0“? luc which are not found elsewhere Pierce 0f Bl‘e‘merton. _Miss Peter-l lin the world. son also Visited With Dorothy; lRice at the home of her parents; Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Rice of Shel-l l Soap Lake. is situated in the A Fluffy White ;center of the most unusual suii- ton The Gun folk includin , , ‘ Delicious Fruit gshine area where ultra-violet rays . ' y _g . g , I Betty CZ OCkcr y 'of the Sim are abundantly in evi~ Dlgchzigie éégget‘élgiqsaegoggéi Prices effective April 11. 12 and 14 ‘ an [O , r fence and $.13“? tgey Some dowln dance at Schneiders Pr‘lilgie Sat. T \ ti d ‘th Golden O ear 1. IS IS ue o a pecu- . , _i g 5 i smo {18520031111111 liar atmospheric condition where- géggt'aégllsvgggebgreilfgzzlétwillieE V I I oz. . m- "‘9 Re: C- lm them ls ht“? If my humlqlty Rice home. Visitors at Echo1 C‘AIV AND ’3' Special “A” large, strictly fresh locals (all white for coloring) I ' COmpa; ; . land no dust particles in the high- 4 V H, .;. . To B doz yer atmosphere. This condition Farm sunday afternoon were 1 ' - '1' I e 1m") ipei'mits the ultra-violet rays to Gene Stark Of Umon' Mrs' Chap: kets BC to 3: 5 4 ecumx iconic down to earth whereas in 'ley Baker and daughte’ Jean and. as C .5. I I ate Will . . ihumid atmospheres these rays Mable and Jack Helman‘ Easter Candy ‘5‘ Fine granulated pure cane (prices are advancing. Buy Nowl!) i 13 am Na Sufism-W Decoratec‘ l‘woum be broken up, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Adams off " ac ..:.. .0 0 . en Rabbits 25c, 490 to 980 , L .tha heargn 4.4.4..3..;..;..;..;..;..;..;..;..;..:..:..:..34..g..;..3..;..;..;..:..;..:..;... L I l a highs/5100.1 Carnation or Federal . noun 49-1b. sack 1.3 a . o up i Glass containers left exposed toy'gélcg/Iatt grease {lisistmsvgftgieéiggfigi . . . l ithe suns rays in this area are ‘ J s . . 'turned to a deep violet color. FridaY- l ILALE YOUR ORDER AT YOUR GROCERS NOW I __ g g g _ ,_ E. A. Rutledge is making m,_ rangements for a public auction at i I. I e-r’ Meghan Seattle Sal complains that her minafternoc . (it . l g . g Isailor friend does everything in gfy fig?“ 11195“: fi'fttRxfigéeTfléfiéf h reverse. "When we‘re out driving i t A ' . l w l p . . ( k . . e he Steps on the gas, but when firetrgotzlehe fiogfgtlggé? tlgzkziiggz 3 I ishers Homelikc . . . all hard wheat. A peifect ble'ld m'i ti avy kn? isyglspigenhomc he stops to gas on the things a bit easier than farm: ——-————————————-— Mt. Hope Eu" Cream Cheese _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ 2 m_ 'work. 5 ' 1 / . V . .1 Mr. and Mrs. Dan Bennett and} . . . . 3 Whlte Clover_Pure Honey~ 2 2 cans Elaine and Bob Bennett of Shel-l -—-—-————-———-—————-—— p O Jello—6 dehCIOus flavors .............. .. pkg. v i, ton, were dinner guests at thei 6‘ ~‘ I - , . Dewey Bennett home Monday; Spry 6-1bs. O Reliance Tomato Juice, No. 1 tails 3 i0] 1 I s evening. I —-—-———~———————- 0 Reliance Tomato Juice, 46-02. cans .... .. r 0 Jean Baker. who is one of the} lmost enthusiastic workers in the; ' Journal’s bicycle contest, was call-i lg Rinso med 20¢; giant 57¢ c.5474 .__————_____.____—_—. l I SUNSHINE KRISPY CRACKERS BOTH ing on the valley folk the‘ fir-stir ' of the week. i . . . . I . Mrs. Myrvan Wivell, Mrs. Mell; Pltted Ripe OIIVCS ...... for ._ EJPLJEIEIXFLZEPODES,_.._,7 7. ._ .//th| ; Stiiir'cfléhbi’ftfififfgfi“figcifii' E36“'S',a“ L“ M” 1 ‘3“ “"5 HIHO WAFERS _________________________ u 1."), pkg, 19¢ Eoichvsiiid “1.0m the Isabella Valley, Mrs. H. D!“ Pickles”... ............. .. cans 19¢ A new and improwd butter cracker wag egg A. Winsor, Mrs. Dewey Bennett Sylvan»~N0. «.28 V re beam and A“ and Una Wins” emoyed Reliance Coffee 3-lb. can 75¢ “3 [the get-together of the Home; .Sewing club Thursday. Name’sr were drawn for an exchange of May Day corsages at the next meeting. Mrs. A. J. Andersen. and Miss Linnea Helin of Mat-l xlock were callers at the meeting‘ Thursday. 1 Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Shafer vis-I ited Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Carman at Day-l ton. ' Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Bassett of; Shelton and Mrs. Vera McElroy and little daughter of Tacoma, were callers at Echo Farm Sun-i day. . Clinton Okerstromrof Shelton, Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Constablel from the Isabella Valley, E. An Rutledge and Mr. and Mrs. Dew-6 ey Bennett visited at Valley’ ViewL Farm with Mr. and Mrs. Walterl Cooke Saturday evening. "' 7 ‘Mr. and "Mrs. Frank Wandell ofi- Shelton visited with her Sister}. Mrs. H. A. Winsor, andrifallnily’ Monday afternoon and evening. Mrs. Charley Baker visited Monday with Mrs. S. Cross. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Grenberg of Shelton spent Monday evening! with Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Shafer. Mr. and Mrs. John Kneeland of Shelton were visitors Sunday at the Highlands. Mrs. A. J. Carlson and Mrs. J. A. Roles of Shelton visited Tues- day afternoon with Mrs. H. A. Winsor and daughters. Better 7 ways Kitchen Towels ........ .. 3 for 27¢ 150 sheet rolls Marshmallows 1—lb. boxes 19¢ Campfire brand 1 WflRYSilAP ' "Medium __________ .. 3 bars 17¢ Large ............ .. 2 bars 19¢ The Soup of Beautiful Women Flower and Garden Lilly’s, Ferry’s Mandervllle, King Triple Tested Seeds SEED POTATOES, Early Rose and Earliest of All ONION SETS, LAWN and GRASS SEEDS PEET MOSS ROOTON E, for transplanting SPINACH—local ............................. __ 3-lbs. RADISHES and ONION S—locals._.. 3 bu. POTATOES—(good bakers .......... __ 13—lbs. 2 "‘ U. S. No. 1 5 NEW SPUDS—Shafter Whites ........ ._ 8-lbs. 27 FROZEN FRESH PEAS Get Birdseye and you get the best! LEMONS—Sunkist ............................ .. lb. 7. I vi GRAPEFRUIT—Ariz. Seedless .... ._ Ill-lbs. 3 use n 1‘ ORAN GES—large size .................. .. 10—lbs. 4 T lippeared Morccrop Fertilizer —- all types GO-WEST, for-slugs BLACK LEAF'FORTY ROTENONE -— DUSTING SULPHUR LAWN MOWER VALUES FA 17.95 8.50 STAHARD ouum Save money every time you mow. 16” reel with 5 tool steel blades. Heavy, lipped lower oaooooooooo coco to o . I c .4 , . ,~,...........,..,..,..,..,..,.....,..;..:..:..:..;...... T I“ A. lgEtCigll °§' Armour's Home Style > e itle 1z 3: READY-TO-EAT ' ‘ at U . 95$... 3: T E R F E A 5T - 1 icatig LB F A5 l . ' e ' -OR voUR E at r anti... Meat Prices effective April 11 and 12 PRUNING SHEARS Sturdy, positive action, anvil type shears. Tempered- steel blade. High quality — preciswn parts. Enclosed wheels with rubber tires. 1” shrub rod and heavy cutter bar assure perfect align- ment. Silent running. knife' 10” rubber mes' i FEE-COOKED y . 4., . K 98¢ GRASS ‘ . . a 0 R HEDGE SHE"; GARDEN HOSE EATCHEIRI C1059 Call, But . i p , t . . V 8”tempered,cudery- . SUPRETVIE 11:0va;l 1’5 S a r 0 ~ Y. I steel blades with with12f’to I n\\ ions w°°d handles Double brad- 18” Cut. MIXED DOUBLES ‘ y I I, ' 3:31 or greater ed, 1 1 h i "' i .v y b leverage. 34" dgailne‘tzi 90¢ ' Dodds-Dodds W's; 16' ARM°UR'S "“ CARSTEN'S ' A“ v » v‘ “ {limes D ' N oz'zus Staley-Dotson ................................ f7 2 I777 “ 5' .1 ‘ . meg Mcc aupieme ‘Icsggflsown-iidackey .......... 1 I c . . \ . ratafi '1 as er.. . - - o s ....... .. . . . I 8m . . V . . i t be romr snovn v~ assigning 3 till TENBEMZE - all: as. this use in §, that; Zifié‘itéi‘i’lfili $4 50 for 50ft ‘ 25¢ " Smith-Smith ......... .. ...4 5 .444' our quality. fresh daily, Beef, FOWI and dew ' SViIn t: with shar ened . u to 1.50 Barber'snelgmve -------- --4 5 #144 EASTERN cacies. Only the finest grade finds its W?” 0d as edge p intgiell‘rlgndr-ferzeant 6 333 I ' into our modern refrigerator and meat dis; . ' men ' u er- er . 6 .333 ~ 1 ou N]! 1.50 Standard BR UM E Allen-Aronson ..3 6 .333 gggt’gazialigyrrelgdffjsfire no more “an ' ted . All rubber, it” diameter, skelsey'smafisfgl 7 '22: . I “a well; drop forged st (mg With Coupling [22(29‘1‘2512‘22 ' Men’s Game—Dodds 232 CARSTEN’S ' 1 Y i In ( ' v r 69 y l - ' ’ e steel fines with “D” $2 39 for 50 ft .Mens Total—Aronson 599. 3 11 R . . . . . ‘ l“SI a ' - 1-25 EE’azssinsl-serss 41%. k - - - - - - ¢ i ._..m____ n on . r: 1.50 , (nggljgggg;Aronson ALL PORK SAUSAGE . . lb. 18¢ ASSORTED COLD CUTS. lb- .s 11:9; «Wt-a” MORRELL’S KRAFT’S . and t th Inez and Ron Dodds had a ' 'Ja hree Forged steel, sharp- tough time and a couple of mighty lb. . . . l Semi: pointed tines With4}/3 close shaves but they kept their ' it. handle. $112 unbeaten record clean in thei ‘ 0 mixed doubles bowling league . . . . . . . . . Tuesday night by beating Min and i Hank Durand by the slender mar- gins of one pin, 21 pins and 27 pins in their three games. Pauline Staley and Rip Allen (the latter subbing for John Dotson) moved into second place HOE Socket type hoe with 6%" steel blade and 4 ft. handle. 1.00 PROTECT YOUR DOG! Get him a PARD-LITE' Your: new . . LOBO, QUEENIE (lift CANS and JUNIOR firm K- “it; FDR with a whitewash triumph over Mary Sutherland and Toad Ser- geant. Other matches were de- ‘ 1391353 Idecided by 2 to 1 margins as M“ ‘ a. quality steel with lKay Allen and Arnie Aronson d P.- i. team total for ' .2: 14 teeth 3%" “Rs-'- CHOICE OF t‘g‘ggthfp a new With their Master _. H ee-week-old season at 1337 ’ m i bu' 1.35 Ml L L I o N s o I: while beating Marie Kubik and, RAY COURTRIGHT . Complimentary late tie V lAl‘ Farrier, Dot LaBarr. and Pete “THE ‘ THEATRE r u 47%;: Level Head Rake M T o R I 'l' s I Roberts decisioned Evelyn a n 'd I ' wa —' 1.00 . . _ Bill Smith; Cora Barber and PARD DOGS” L TICKETS “he: 8‘ Compare this Firestone High Ned. Snelgrove upset Gwen and: ‘ for the children all Speed Tire with any first quality 1‘1fo ISkelilIseyh arci‘d CllVIerna Wo'odi F ' Otis tire on the market. Then you’ll an . . 00 s owned Elsie” - 0' 5 know why it has been the fl,“ Peterson and Buck Mackey_ , With the Purchase of cans of PARD Dog 8:” :7 ‘ v choice of millions of motorists __ V RIndglcgga-l 132!) Scores went to; H . . 0 W, ISTONE 5° - on an even greater va ue. . i . . . i k _ \ ACTUALLY cosrs YOU AND mun ggllhoflif's' natplnged “(it mg a word to them TWO Shows' 0 ht and TUBES LESS! Equip today and save ow mg 472. an i - r x New I PARAMOUNT l‘HEA’l RE in... l A retired .sailor invited a for- mer shipmate to go fishing, and‘ Tuesday Night, April 15 "f titties. [both of them were busy in the .1 q hre Fri‘ lback yard. digging for worms; 0n the Screen “THIS THING CALLED LOVE” and 1 Elivgle t1 “Don't pick up any but the male "INTERNATIONAL FORUM" l' W 0f worms," said the old timer. “Theyi' “gill . make the best bait.” ‘ tn “But how can you tell the difr 3h ference between male and female worms ’2" asked his pal. 1 Your Complete Department Store “Thaw easy;..the femie‘wofm , . ,I n nun-OHM” no” nu . m' er swhensheturnst» 9:9'zv-znznfiofiogv-:n:»:n:»;n:n:oo:»:p4.49694”? 0:H:N:":”:”:”:”p”f':":”v”o”o"o"o”c"o”o”e”v"o”o”o"o"9"?'v”6”v"I'o"o"'”o"t”o"o"~"o"v"v"v v' t “"9". ’o”v' o 0”? “EV 31871841