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April 24, 1941     Shelton Mason County Journal
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194] vvvv —- ACE!) Martin in a su erior court order l ' . . S Was appoint» ,. , 3 H p b I d, J hp gent the estate 6;. EvlgnPC. bdtlllday y .u.ge o .l {lined :in plan. of ,1. E, iii. Vl'ilson in superior court. ’ 'i Of New Zealan c‘ iJohn Garrison, Jr., of the S. S. Ptitrolm .. . l Brooklyn, w r i t e s from the k, c - . 2 Hawaiian Islands that his ship v‘V'I‘)I-€1 spat.“ . a, )wn street" . . .. has Just returned from a trip to New Zealand. John seems a promising member of Uncle Sam’s navy. He has advanced in his .short period of service from 3rd [class to 2nd class seaman, and Ihas taken an examination for 1st class. Doesn't know yet whether or not he “passed.” Mrs. Olive Quartier was host— ass to the Garden group on Tues- day, April 15. After a very cle- rials iFiiday, Saturday, Monday e anlls .......2-lb.tin25¢ .393t~No. 2V2 Tin Smnrltl‘l I. econumif’J led under 1'“ ision of ill"- \\'(‘l'llllll'"t‘ ness meeting, the group heard re- ports on the big flower show in , Seattle, from two members who were lucky enough to attend, Mrs. ' A. W. Welsh and Mrs. Jean Fred- son. Mrs. Fred Bell had a happy lsurprise Monday when Mrs. Her- bert J. MeChrystal, accompanied by Mrs. Stella McGovern, and Miss Jane Sullivan, drove in to see her. Mrs. McChrystal is the wife of Major Herbert J. Mc- .Chrystal, stationed at Fort Lew- is. The major's mother, Mrs. Mc— Gurrin, lives with the McChrystals at Fort Lewis, and Miss Sullivan is up from California for a visit. It was a pleasant reunion for the No N 2—lbs.53¢ been lost, but the friendships date from Mrs. Bell’s girlhood clays .. , ' V lin Utah. . , 4 -‘~ 1’1‘. an rs. es 0 nson 0 (issues Corn Flakes . . pkg. 7’3 Cali.) 3.1.3.»? M.3”.‘..djli‘.s. Bu? 'to Belfair where Mr. Johnson and Mr. Koehler have taken over the Belfair Garage. Paul Hunter entertained the Home Economics club on Thursday last. A dessert new. con was served and at the busi- ness meeting which followed, there was election of officers. chosen were: President, Mrs. Paul Hunter; vice-president, Mrs. Har- old Hunter, and secretary-treas- urer, Miss Dorothy Bell. An Easter the E. A. Harris family included Mrs. Marion Buffington of Ta- coma, Miss Dorothy Harris, Mrs. Agnes Goodman, man, Charlotte Goodman, Burrell and Mr. and Mrs. Sandland, all of Bremerton; also Dr. and Mrs. Wm. E. Turner and baby daughter Willa Vina of Se- attle. Mrs. Karl Rose has news of a nephew killed in Norway, but can get no word from her father and two sisters who were still living there when she last heard be- fore the Germans came. 190 .. 14—oz. pkg. 10¢ fy 3-Ibs. till 510 \A FRESH PRODUCE DAILY — Ad Prices Effective Friday & Saturday Only C. L. {Forrest Gardens 1 Captures Annual [ Women’s Pin Meet Compiling a substantial 2292 score, Forrest Gardens captured .the annual women‘s city assoc- IShelton Recreation alleys Mon- Iday night, squeezing past Quality .Cleaners, which had a commend- I able 2223 total. Mason Cleaners and Old Mill ,trailed far behind the one-two lThe tournament replaced the weekly women’s league play for this week. The feminine circuit closes its play next Monday eve- ning with all four teams still having a chance to capture the title, the race is that close. Hazel Ferrier of Quality Clean— ers set the individual scoring pace with a 204 single game and a 536 total, closely followed by Pauline Staley of Forrest Gardens. I Forrest Old Mill Handicap 56 Handicap 131 E. Peterson 494‘ V. McConkey 465 ________ .- D. LaBarr 403 M. Kubik 366 ‘ M. Brewster 386_F. Cormier 274 3M. Durand 428iG. Pauley 211 P. Staley 525 M. Stewart 401 717 783 736 2292 569 599 549 1848 Qual. Clean. Mason Handicap 108 Handicap 94 H. Ferrier 536 E. Smith 437 ________ .. L. Stevens 414 B. Wo’dw’rth 296 M. Suth’rl‘nd 308 M. Wood 446 G. Skelsey 443 I. Dodds 402 K. Allen 414‘J. Starwich 414 fly 703 741 779 2223 y' _..——- , GET A TRAVELERS accident ticket for every trip, 25c per day. Rates lower on longer I u arb -l . c . , \\ g * periods. See Herb Angle NOW! __,,___——-—._ _— \ -_ 1. ._._,_.__....—~- , FRIDAY 1 SATURDAY (YOUR LAST CHANCE BEFORE U. s. NAVY TAKES) . OVER AIRPORT MAY 3rd) , 1 .bu. . 2 SFLY OVER SHELTON $1.00 : 3‘\SEE BEAUTIFUL HOOD CANAL $150 , fjl‘aké the 30 minute flight to Olympia and return — see he capitol from the air $2.75. ‘ f. {i 5,\Se€ interesting Camp 3———take pictures $200» , ‘\Ch th b3- a t, 1': arter the cruiser to any other points of interest—share \ e Cost with a friend $5.50 hr. each, $275 half hr. ea. “FIRST THERE —— FIRST SERVED” A BASED JEFFERY -— Phone 474-W e—Shelton Airport di RING IN TRIUMPH ; i By Mrs. Jean Todd Fredsou Skokomish Valley, April 23. iLeDrew Falls Dozen Bobcats As licious luncheon and short busi-l group. Contact of late years had , Koehler of the valley, are moving’ Officers home-coming for . Bernice Good- . Bert , 5 iation bowling tournament at the‘ iteams with 2089 and 1848 totals! 699 675 715 2089' SHELTON-MASON COUNTY JOURNAL illlcuMBER’iiAl‘s ‘ENew 0V ER ABERDEEN i Shelton Shells Out 17-4 1 Prep Ball Verdict . Suspected but so far dormant {batting power exploded from iHighclimber bats in the last twoi 5innings here Tuesday afternoon to lsubmerge the Aberdeen Bobcats 1 under a 17 to 4 defeat in a South- ' west Conference prep baseball .game played on Loop Field. The Highclimbers scored eleven .runs in their last two trips to the iplate, four in the seventh and ‘seven in the eighth, after open- ’ing the game with a four-run, ioutburst in the first. In betweeni ,those scoring sprees Lefty Ralph! {Thomson kept the Shelton sticks pretty well quelled but he retired: lunder the heavy shelling of the ‘eighth round barrage. , 28 \Vhiffs In 15 Frames Ralph LeDrew, again called in for the starting Highclimber pitch- ing assignment, hung up a dozenl strikeouts in the eight innings he gworked, running his string to 28! strikeouts in 15 innings in the two conference games he pitched against Hoquiam Friday and Ab—i erdeen Tuesday. Jess Phillips, sophomore pitcher and infielder,l iworked the ninth frame and set'i the Bobcats down in order with. 'the aid of a double play started» by Warren Woods, shifted to shortstop for the first time this, 'season. Woods played excellent ball at the shortpatch, incident- ally. Catcher Kenny Latham hit the lbatting stride which made him ithe Highclimbers' leading hitter ’last year, combing four consecu- itive singles off Thomson’s offer- . lngs. despite the lefthanded pitching, Igathered three safeties, one a i i i i l 'scorlng for the game. Jim Mc- Comb, however, drove in the most ' Mrs. i Outfieldcr Kenny Fredson,i triple which wound up Shelton’s' S_Brei7ities From Potlatch By Elizabeth Hussman and Mildred Woodworth Potlatch, April 23. 4 Mr. and Reader had as weekend guests Mr. and Mrs. Ronald John- son and family of Port Angeles. Mr. and Mrs. Neil Simmons ere weekend guests of Mr. and i Al Main of Olympia. Mr. and Mrs. R. Asleson were also guests of the Main's. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Simmons and daughter Anita, Mrs. M. De- Ford and baby, and Tommy Wills visited in Port Ludlow on Sun— day with Mrs. Simmons‘ aunt. On their return they brought Mrs. Simmons’ mother, Mrs. Wills, to her home in Hoodsport. Mrs. E. Drake of Arlington also returned with them. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Smith drove to Seattle Sunday evening where Mrs. Smith took part in Women‘s Bowling Tournament. Mr. and Mrs. Page] and daugh- ter Theresa, drove to Longview, returning with Mr. Pagel’s mo- ther who will spend the week with them. Captain S. Gronvold is visit— ing with his son I. J. Gronvold for the week. Mr. and Mrs. Day of Astoria, runs for Shelton with a single and a triple, while young Bob Wal~ ,burger, pinehhitting in the eighth, ; tripled to drive in a pair and later iscored himself. Sims Hits For Circuit Aberdeen got most of its power ifrom Third Sacker Sims, who hit 5 three safely, including a Second inning homer with a man aboard, .and drove in three of the Bob- 'cats’ four runs. This Friday the Highclimbers go to Montesano for their first i traveling game in conference play, the game having been switched to ,Monte’s field. Phillips probably will get the Highclimber pitching assignment. The box score: Aberdeen AB. R. H. 0. A. E. Sliva, ss .......... .. 3 1 1 1 2 0 Pelcini, rf ...... .. 2 1 0 2 O 0 Barry, c .......... .. 4 0 0 7 1 0 Thomson, p ...... .. 3 0 0 1 3 0 |Nicholas, 1b 4 1 2 6 3 1 ‘Sims, 3b .......... .. 4 1 3 1 O 0 Burr, 2b 4 0 O 2 2 1 Estrada, 1f ...... .. 2 0 0 :l o o‘ Homchick. cf 3 0 0 1 0 0 lFicele, p .......... .. l O 0 0 0 '0 ,Boettcher, 1f 2 0 0 0 0 0 , Totals .......... ..32 4 6 24 11 2 ,Shelton AB. R. H. 0. A. E. iWOOdS, ss ...... .. 5 1 2 1 3 0 . Lumsden, 1b .. v 5 2 1 7 0 0 Fredson, cf 6 2 3 2 0 0 'Latham, c ...... .. 6 4 4' 12 2 0 McComb, 2b .... .. 5 2 2 4 1 2 VanOverbeke, If 3 2 2 0 1 0 lLeDrew, p ...... .. 2 2 1 0 2 O Pearce, 3b ...... .. 3 1 1 1 1' O Page, rf .......... .. 3 0 0 1 O O ia Walburger 1 1 1 0 0 0 Carlson, rf .... .. 0 0 0 0 0 0 lPhillips, p ........ .. 0 0 0 0 0 0 ‘ Totals .......... ..40 17 17 27 10 2 a batted for Page in 8th. ’ Score by Innings Aberdeen ....120 000 010—— 4 hits ..... .. ....120 101 010— 6 Shelton . ....401 100 47x—17 hits .............. .212 200 46x—17 SUMMARY: Home run Sims. 3—base hits — Fredson, McComb, Walburger, Sliva. Sacrifice hits —LeDrew 2, Pearce. Runs batted in#McComb 3, Fredson 2, Pearce 2, Woods 2, Walburger 2, Latham, VanOverbeke, LeDrew, Sims 3, Barry. Struck out~LeDrew 12, Thomson 6. Walks—LeDrew 3, Thomson 4, Ficele 1. Hit bat- ter—VanOverbeke by Thomson. Runs reSponsible for—LeDrew 3, Thomson 9, Ficele 2. Innings pitched —— LeDrew 8, Thomson 7 1/3. Stolen bases—Latharti" 2, VanOverbeke, Pelcini. 'uble play—Woods to McComb to ums- ,gen. Umpire~Jack Stgafiart. i Local Jersey H,"er Wins Production 0 e 'r tificate For 421-11). Fat Record More than 12.6 tons of milk testing 5.53 per“ cent butterfat were produced by the 44-cow purebred Jersey herd of Charles H. Wivell Dairies, Ine., during a recently completed 365-day test, according to records, kept by the American Jersey Cattle Club’s headquarters in New York City. The Wivell herd‘s total pro- duction was 252,985 pounds of milk, 13,982 pounds of butterfat, with 29 'of the Jerseys actually milking throughout the test year, lthe records show. The average milk yield was 7.627 pounds, and the average butterfat yield was 421.52 pounds per cow. The herd [was milked twice daily. The record, made under super- vision of the dairy department of the State College of Washing- ton, Pullman, Wash, ,is authen- 'ticated in a Herd Improvement Registry certificate issued by The American Jersey Cattle Club, na- tional organization of Jersey cat- tle breeders. The highest individual producer was the six—year-old cow, Sensa- tion Volunteer Sophia, withx9 928 pounds of milk and 554.86 pou’nds I of butterfat in 305 days in milk. OPERATION PERFORMED Sophus Jacobsen, Matlock store proprietor, underwent a success- ful operation at Sh’elton hospital Saturday and is reported recuper- ating rapidly. ' ASPARAGUS BANANAS.” ORANGES.H FLOUR Harvest Blossom Flour excellent for all baking. it. 1.19 i ii E Sunny Dawn — pure tomato Jillce — fresh flavor. is. 106:2. w Sperry Pancake F Macaroni or Spag Albers Minit Oats Grade “A” Med. E HAMS . Swift Premium PICNICS HALIBUT Ocean Fresh i i the. Sleepy Hollow Syrup .......... .. 26-oz. Bisquick Flour Carnation Wheat Flakes ______________ .. Tasty Pound Butter ____________ _. 2-lbs. Grade “A” Large Eggs ...... .. 2 doz. County Schools Get $16,442.28 Three funds totalling $16,442.28 are being apportioned among Ma- son County school districts by the county superintendent’s office as the April apportionments. From the state current school fund came $10,432.07, from the state~paid c O u n t y equalization fund comes $1,042.08, and from county school funds comes $4,- 968.13, the latter being one of the largest monthly county appor- tionments of the year. Oregon were the guests of their son and daughter—in—law, Mr. and Mrs. Day of Camp B last week. Mrs. Browderson was a weekend guest at the home of the Day's. Mr. and Mrs. Lon Webb and daughter Jean and Mrs. A. Ahl were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Huss- man Saturday evening. Eliza- beth Hussman accompanied them home and spent Sunday. Mr. and .Mrs. Hussman and son Mark were also Sunday guests. Mrs. D. Orcutt and son Orville of Shelton visited in Potlatch on iTuesday. Mrs. Orcutt was a din- ner nest of Readers' and Orville was he guest of Mark Hussman. .......2-le. ll-lbs. GRAPEFRUIT . . . . . 11-lbs. LEMONS .. . . . Sunkist 49¢ ‘oum "Ebony" brand med. meaty ripe olives. 3.1m :2. 19¢ TOMATOES “Columbus” b r a n d puree tomatoes. Lge. 29-0z. till. 3 .1... 25¢ size. 25¢ 25¢ 15¢ 21¢ 29¢ 21¢ lour._.. 3-lb. pkg. hetti ...... .. 3-lbs. 73¢ 59¢ ggs’ ........ .. 2 doz. 57¢ . . |b.290 . . lb. Shankless, Eastern Tenderized . . lb. 230 POBK SAUSAGE ........ .. lb. LEG of LAMB .............. .. lb. 21¢ FILLET of col) __________ _. 1b. l BACON SQUARES ...... "1111:. 18¢ ' WIENEBS ...................... .. b. 18¢ l GROUND BEEF .......... .. l . 23 ‘ PORK STEAK ______________ _. lb. 23¢ LAMB ROAST ______________ __ lb. _ ...,~./.../ Mrs. Deegan Leaves For Month Trip East Mrs. Betty Deegan left Shel- ton today on a month’s trip to the Middle West on which she will take delivery of a new car at Pontiac, Mich., then stop in Grand Mara, Minnesota, to visit her folks before returning to Shel- ton. Page Three Ellensburg A_ Cappella Choir Sings Tuesday The A Cappella Choir from Cen- tral Washington College of Edn- cation will sing at both the sen- ior and junior high schools next Tuesday afternoon after being guests of Irene S. Reed high school at lunch. The choir is directed by Wayne S. Hertz. ALL SCHOOL STUDENTS FLY OVER SHELTON ALL DAY SATURDAY 500 ED J EFFERY —- Shelton Airport Strawberries 2 BOXES...,.:V Carrots . . 71b. 5¢ Lettuce 5¢ Radishes 6 bu. 5¢ New Spuds 81b 19 GREEN Onions. 5 bu. 10¢ Why do you benefit when you buy produce by the pound at Safe— way? Citrus fruits, cauliflower, carrots &. celery all vary in size and weight. Buying by the pound at Safeway brings you all you pay for and you pay only for what you get. A Prices Friday thru Thursday, April 25 -- May 1 Bulk Macaroni. or Bulk Spaghetti—finest quality in kraft bags. Peanut Butter. . . . . . 2-lbs. 21¢ . . . . 3-lbs. 15¢ Real Roast brand—made from fresh roasted peants.2-lbs. Mayonnaise . . . . . . . . quart 35¢ Nu-Made fresh mayonnaise—made with finest ingredients Dressing. . . . . . “Duchess” salad dressingo—made with real fresh eggs. Lotus Jam . . . . . . . 2-lb. jar 19¢ Pure strawberry jam—delicious flavor. 2—lb. glass jar. Asst. Preserves . . . . .. jar 19¢ Valamont brand asst. fruit Fancy Peas. . . . Mt. Vernon brand 3 sieve Cherub. Milk .. . . . . . . 3 tall 22¢ Cherub or Federal Evap. nliik. 141/3-02. tall tins. Libby Prunes. . Peeled, fresh Santa Clara prunes in juice. For breakfast. Famous for Low Prices! Libby Tomato Juice, 8-oz. .- 2 for Grapefruit .. Libby Castle Crest Peaches... NO. 1 tin 9¢ Del Monte Peaches..- No. 2%; tin 15¢ Blue Karo Syrup .............. .. 5-lbs. 35¢. Mt. Vernon Peas, 3 sieve .......... .. 10¢ Libby Spinach .......... .. N 0. 21/2 tin 15¢ Emerald Bay Spinach ...... .S15—oz. 9¢ Alaska Pak Clams ...................... .. 14¢ Bordens Eagle Brand Milk ______ .. 19¢ Federal Milk ...................... .. 3 for 22¢ May Day Salad Oil .............. .. qt. 35¢ Almond Hershey Bars ................ .. 3¢ Frenches Bird Seed .................... __ 12¢ EDWARDS COFFEE 0 It’s the same famous ' rich “Matched flavor" coffee you enjoyed in the smaller tins . . . but this giant size saves you money. Giant 4-lb. Tin .... _. pt. 15¢; qt. 23¢ preserves. 2-lb. glass jar. . 20-oz. tin 10¢ sweet peas. 20-oz. tin. . 51/2-02. tin 5¢ 9¢ 5¢ ........ .. 8-oz. tin