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Page Two JOURNAL Want Ads are used byl Complete scores of your ‘FOR SALE. Reconditioned type- writers, standard size models. Phone 100 information a b 0 u t i with friends andl neighbors in ' . LAexrlf’). great I what you have to sell alWays success. l .l .- i " l l l Lilli. y, .4 a . Made with the natural juice of fresh oranges, this bread enriched with vitamins contained in oranges, is needed in the diet for proper di- gestion and helps your appetite and efficient , assimilation of starches and sugar. — ORDER IT FROM YOUR GROCER TODAY in i Spring is hue and what food mm it brings! Duh no your menu: with the" foods. CITY MARKET BUTTER EGGS BLEACH Fels Naptha SOAP 6bars 29¢ Sperry's Pancake FLOUR Qt. Maple Flavor Syrup — Both for 35¢ FACIAL TISSUE .......... _. pkg. 22¢ BROOMS ........................ ._ each 39¢ PORK & BEANS ........ .. 6 cans 43¢ PINEAPPLE 2 cans 39¢ RIPE OLIVES ................ ._ can 15¢ HOT SAUCE ...... .. 6 for 25¢ CRISCO Gold Shield COFFEE 3 lbs. 79¢ SUNSHINE ME Fresh Ground Crackers . 2-lbs. 27¢ Grahams . 2-lbs. 29¢ VEGETABLES Spinach 3-1bs. 10¢ New Spuds.. 9-lbs. 25¢ Asparagus. . 3-lbs. 25¢ “ Lemons doz. 19¢ GREEN ONIONS and Oysters . . . Pard 1/2 or whole. Radishes . . . . 6~for 10¢ ATS ’ ShldJlstPork lb. 20c Beef Boil ."Ii. 15c Hamburger lb. 150 ShldJlst. Veal lb. 230 Pure Pork Sans. 2—lbs. 25¢ Mutton Chops . . 2-lbs. 35¢ ......pt.21¢ Dog Food .. 3 cans 25¢ Bacon lb. 25¢ SHELTON-MASON COUNTY JOURNAL and Gym Repair Projects For Tahuya Club By Mrs. V. L. Knowlton Tahuya, April 21. »— Those who went from here to Easter Sun- rise Service in Bremerton were: Dan, Elinor, Orvill and Shirley Orcutt, Mrs. Babbage, Frances Huson and son, Johnny, Viola Anderson, Milton Ames and Ef- fie Knowlton. Elmer Ollis went to Seattle for worship and a visit with relatives over the Easter weekend. Mrs. John Sebring entertained the children of the neighborhood with an Easter egg hunt on East- cr morning. Bert Sabisch was up from Fort' Lewis for a short visit with his mother and sister. MaraLee Johnson celebrated her seventh birthday the 12th with a party for the smaller children. Frances Huson announced at the club meeting last Wednesday evening that first aid lessons would begin on Monday evening the 21st at the gymnasium. It was also decided at this meeting to give the gym a good overhaul- ing and the floor a sanding and revarnish. After the business meeting the evening was turned over to a shower for Theresa Orr, of Belfair, who was once presi- dent of the club. Details with games and eats were entirely in the competent hands of Irene Mrs. Oscar guest of honor who received many end when it meets Port Orchard ,Comns lovely and useful presents. Helen Mitchell and Effie Knowl- o‘clock Friday afternoon, ton accompanied the other past moves over to Bremerton Satur- l 3 More Bicycles 5 l l . l l l l l 1 Added In Campaign Bec‘usc there have been far more applicants wishing places in the Journal's short subscrip- tion campaign than there were places, because this newspaper wants to give every ambitious boy and girl in Mason (Iounty an opportunity to make the most of his or her spare time and because we want to reward more generously the candidates in this short drive, three more 1 new, latest model bicycles have been added to the list of awards in order to accommodate more candidates. Now in addition to the new $10 in cash prizes there will be 8 bicycles. x These added prizes will be an advantage to all candidates candidate an opportunity to compete for one of eight in- stead of five bicycles in addi- tion to the liberal commissions. The new I because they will now give each I l I l l l l l l . fense precedes prize bicycles will i be on display with the other I prizes in the Journal window as soon as they arrive. Junior High Ball Team Meets Pair Of Ki‘tsap Squads Double action will initiate the Micklesonl1941 season for the Shelton jun- 'junior high on Loop Field at 3:30 matrons of Elinor Chapter to. Renton on Wednesday, the 16th, to the regular meeting at the beautiful new home of Margaret Stewart. Walter Sorensen had the mis- fortune to lose half of the mid- dle finger on his left hand in a logging camp accident. Mr. Pixley and Orrie Nobles Were over from Union to call upon old friends here the 12th. Mrs. Margaret Luark and Mrs,. Bertha Ames of Bremerton, were luncheon guests of Mrs. V. L. Knowlton on the 15th. George Archer was a Monday evening dinner guest of his neigh- bors, Mr. and Mrs. Charley John-[ son. Johnny Huson and Mary Fran-l, . ces Sabisch went to the Bremer-f. ton high junior prom in fine style on last Friday night. ' Mr. and Mrs. Courtney of Brem- l erton have leased the McCollough property for a year. Mr. Court-l ney is officially connected with the National Bank of Commerce in Bremerton. \ lDodds Team Wins, l Fattens Lead In ' l, Mixed Doubles MIXED DOUBLES ,BOWLING W. L. Pct. Dodds-Dodds ................ ..13 2 .867 ‘ Staley—Dotson ' . 9 ‘6 .600 . ,Wood-W’oods 9 ,6 .600‘ Peterson—Mackey .. 8 7 .533 Allen-Aronson ............ .. 7 8 .467 Barber-Snelgrove .. 7 .467 LaBarr-Roberts . 7 "8 .467 Durand-Durand 7 '8 .467 Smith-Smith ........ .. 6 9 .400 Kubik-Fender .............. .. 6 9 .400 l Skelsey—Skelsey .......... .. 6 9 .400 Sutherland-Sergeant .. 5 10 .333 High Scores | ‘ Men’s Game—Al Ferricr 225. Men’s Total—~Al Ferrier 613. Women’s Game—Elsie Peterson 201. Women’s Total—Elsie Peterson 539. Team Game—Peterson-Mackey 486. Team Total—Peterson-Mackey 1289. v l Every Ihatch was settled by the odd game margin in mixed doubles bowling league play Tues- day night, leaving Inez and Ron Dodds more firmly entrenched in first place than ever. The Dodds team increased its edge over two second place Pur- . .suers to four games by deféating IMarie Kubik and Al Ferrier While [Pauline Staley and John Dotson. were losing to Cora Barber and Ned Snelgrove and Merna W00d and I. H. Woods were dropping their match to Min and Hank Durand. Other results Tuesday Kay Allen and Arnie Aronson de- feating Elsie Peterson and Buck Mackey, Gwen and Tiff Skelsey knocking over Evelyn and Bill lSmith and Bill Smith, and Mary Sutherland and Toad Sergeant de- cisioning Dot LaBarr and Pete: I l Roberts. Methodist Sunday School Board Dines Friday night at 6:30 o’clock a combined potluck supper and busi- ness meeting of the Sunday school board of the Methodist Church, will be held in the diningroom Pf the church. ‘\ All officers and teachers of the school are cordially invited to at- tend. As in all probability this will be the last meeting of this particular group during the pres- ent conference year, a full attend- ance is desirable. Coffee will be 1prov1ded by the committee. Ragtime Leads Change Hands; End Due May 4 New leaders hold the top places in the current ragtime doubles bowling tournament which closes at the Shelton Recreation alleyS May 4. Arnie Aronson and Bud Forbes} shot an aggregate 1380 to snare, first place, while Bud Crowe and Heinie Hilderman fashioned a 1373 total for second place. '1. 'Vacant house Won't Pay Taxes . , . Advertise It! ltions will hold up -believes he has a pretty fair ag- Stolze. leame down from Belfair with the ior high baseball squad this week- gregation in the making. found . then day for a 1:30 fracas with the Navy Yard city junior high. Coach Frank Willard is a bit concerned how his battery posi— but otherwise He has peppery Chet Evans, Vern Marshall and Arnie Thom- massen battling for the catching job; Norm Temple, Louie Lums- den, Ray Phillips and Lonnie Plemons seeking pitching assign- ments; Joe Parsons and Lumsd'en on first; Beanie Daniels and Gor- dy Hopland working at second; Hal Richardson and Len Savage scrapping over the shortstop berth; Les Olds and Gordy Smith . at a standstill fOr third; and Jim Toby, Roy Robertson, Orv An- derson, Walt LaMarsh, Sam Bed- narski, John Milosevich, Les Col- Just how he expects to start them for Friday’s opener Willard was uncertain yesterday. F—'_“ u l l MARRIAGE LICENSES John Imhoff, 25, Lind, Wash, and Violet Lahti, 19, Tacoma, at Shelton, April 19. Dale L. Chandler, 20, Manette, and Anna Lorraine Pomeroy, 18, Bremerton, at Shelton, April 18. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE “Probation after Death" is the subject of the LessomSermon which will be read in all Churches bf Christ, Scientist, Sunday, April 27. Golden Text: “God hath both raised up the Lord, and will also raise up us by his own power” (I. Cor. 6:14). Among the citations which com- prise the Lesson—Sermon is the following from the Bible: “Bless— ed is the man that endureth temptation: for when he is tried, he shall receive the crown of life, which the Lord hath promised to them that love him” (James 1:12). 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 Eddy: “We can, and ultimately shall, so rise as to avail our- selves in'every direction of the supremacy of Truth over error, Life over death, and good over evil, and this growth will go on until we arrive at the fulness of God’s idea, and no more fear that we shall be sick and die” . 406:- 20-25). (I) Tell the prospects wnere you are, With a. Journal Want-Ad a I All A THEATRE SHELTON, WASHINGTON Tw0'.shows every nl ht star‘tlng at 7:00 P. . Matlnee, 2:15 pm. Saturday and Sunday Adm. 10¢ and 25¢, plus tax (State 2¢; Federal 3¢) 15¢ Tonight Only 15¢ l WALTER) WINCHEL — BEN , BERN-IE “Loy-E and KISSES” I and “VIVACIOUS LADY” GINGER ROGERS — JAMES ‘STEWART "Friday - Saturday IPAUL MUNI l V “Hudsons Bay” ~. ERROL FLYNN “FOOTSTEPS IN THE DARK” W '. .Sun., Mon., Tues. ‘ l l l l l l l l l MoEELiEEAEEEOoKs T0 AID NATIONAL DEFENSE LISTED: By MRS. LAURA K. PLUMB Shelton City Librarian Following are books which have been stocked at the Library which ,lations for Pilots; received recently from the Civil Aeronautics Administration: Civil Pilot Training; by Cram and Brimm; Digest of Civil Air Regu- Practical Air ' V I 2‘ ’r 3. ‘L . . I wlll be of {19le t? LhOSC (.flgtlg,f3(.l‘iwufiufi.atlon; by Lyon; Meteorob in work on thetefensc plogmm. Ogy for Pilots by Haynes; Pilots. Industrial training fOI national dc- Ainflane Manual by Anderson. military service. The soldier must have his tools. For airplanes and. airplane con- struction maintenance: Aircraft engine maintenance by Brimm and Boggess; Aircraft Mainte- nance by Brimm and Boggess. For automobile construction and main- tenance: Dyke‘s automobile and gasoline engine encyclopedia. Blue print reading: Aircraft blueprint reading by Almen. For the building trade: Reading Archi- tects Blue Prints by Lowndes. Electricity: Practical electricity by Croft; American Electricians’ Handbook by Croft; Applied elec— tricity for practical men, by Row- land; House wiring by Poppa and Strand; Engine design and con- struction is touched upon by: Die- sel Engines Theory and Design by Degler. For industrial hygiene and safety U. S. American Red Cross First Aid Textbook. Lathes: Turning and Boring Practice by Colvin. Machine shop practice: Machine shop work by Turner. American Machinists Handbook and Dictionary of Shop Terms. A Mechanical drawing manual of‘ Engineering Drawing for Stud- ents and Draftsmen by French. Radio: Radio Manual by Sterling. Radio Amateurs’ Shipbuilding: Modern Shipfitters Handbook by Swan- , son. Welding: Electric Welding by Steell Square by Townsend; Carpentryl by Townsend; Carpentry Mathe-, Potter. carpentry: The matics by Wilson and Rogers. Aeronautic training for civilians ', is covered by the following books Baptist Roll Call Supper This Night All members and friends who work and worship with us are eve- ning at 6:30 for the annual Roll Call Supper and election of of—; All officers in the church, are asked to bring written re-. Communion service will be held at the close of the meeting. Thirty new members have been: added to our church in the past? . The prospects for the new} lins and Plemons for outfield duty. year are as bright the urged to be present Thursday ficers. ports. year. of God. J. O. BOVEE, ’Pastor. Barto Speaks Friday To Senior Class Here Pete Barto, former Shelton high school teacher and athletic coach, will pay his annual visit to his old school this Friday in behalf of Central Washington College of Education at Ellensburg, speaking .to seniors on educational advant- ‘ages of the normal school he now is employed by. Triangle Dust Pan FREE! Libby's‘ Alber’s Fresh. Fig Bars 2-lbs. ASPARA‘GUS 2-lbs- a RADISHES 4-bit: 1,};st BABY FOOD Heinz B&M BEANS Crystal White TANG QT. JAR l l Handbook by promise i i from the War Department 1 interest iHandbook and Infantry Drill Reg- ? ulations. 9 l l l l i received will Soldier's Two books recently the draftee: Canada, Mexico, Latin America and South America loom large in the western hemisphere’s dream of peace. The library has a good- ly number of titles devoted to the history and description of these countries. It is imperative that we understand our neighbors in this hour of crisis. “An Encyclo— pedia of World History” by Lan- ger should prove to be the most useful book in the library. Its subtitle is “A Bird‘s Eye View of the Biography of Man.” In or- der to understand the events of' today we must know past history. This book has the past so well indexed that the reader can put his finger on dates and events at once. Thursday, -a downtown street A , Negligent (11‘ which he Tucker of Shelt yesterday when Justice M. C. was made early by State Patrolm m m ('1 O U *"J 9111001!" U mild. cconmnlffl! ...ll(llllt‘(l under II“. upcn’ision of ll“. MERCHANTS msmuflfi l : Snowbird POLISHES, WAXES, C GUARANTEED , No-Rub Floor Wax __________ ,. 10¢t Furniture Polish ______________ __ 10¢ 13. Stove Polish __________________ ________ .- 4-Sew Brooms ______________________________ Mop Handles ________________________________ ..' Mop Heads ................ ....... .. 15¢ 'r. Clothes Pins ...................... 24 f‘”: .‘i GALVANIZED CLOTHES L1 50 ft. .... ..15¢ 100 ft. .... -25? Galvanized The ‘5 PAILS TOM 10—qt. ............ .. 29¢ PEA 1,,” 12¢. ....... 35¢ ESE, \ BRGOMS ea. 1 3 ________ ._ 21¢ 4 b... ______ .. 1M OATS ge. pkg. 2‘10 GRAPEFRUIT-Z cans25c M-AR’MA’LWS ,E,._2 Large Bunches RHUBAR 3.1st. Shopping Bag Full Shopping Bag Full WILCOX Sc 8: 50 332.. ...... , p , 143%- I ______ ,5, 0mm bu., TOILET SOAP ORANGES __ _. GM] .1 ,ul' - S! p \ ,2