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May 1, 1941     Shelton Mason County Journal
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Page TWO , . ._-.V,,..._A-,., Mrs. Hillier Returns From Visit In Eas Mrs. A. E. Hillier returned to! her home here last week after} going East with Mr. and Mrs! George Drake and dropping off} to visit her daughter, Ruth. IIIJR Ulfl CUSTflMERS ARE SWITCHINGIO NASH Nash’s New Kind of Car is Showing Them 25 to 30 Thrilling to the There’s no doubt about it— we have the biggest new car value in town! A Nash in the [await-price field. A big car powered to deliver 25 to 30 miles on a gallon of gasoline— with overall savings of $70 to $100 a year. Nash’s new kind of body construction gives them greater safety, more room. With coil springs on all four wheels for the smoothest ride you’ve ever experienced. Come in today—see Why smart buyers switch to Nash. ‘ Stephens College, in Missouri. t Negligent Driving 1 Brings Punishment l day. i _ ‘ State Charges of negligent drivmg to a made the at i which he pleaded guilty cost VVil- l morning. l CATSUP Lakota 2 12 oz. 19 m r .- Hormel’s SPAM Miracle Meat 2 12-02. 5 1 cans ........ .. #IIsbr ' ‘Enied' FLOUR 49-lb. sk. 1.64 241/2-lbs. _. 85¢ Fiiii‘i‘iR Family Patented 49 lb. sk. 99 KLEENEX 150’s ...... .- 10¢ 440’s ...... .. 25¢ Golden ‘Wést . COFFEE Fragrantly Fresh 2-lbs. .... -. 51¢ 1-lb. ...... .- 27¢ LUNCHEON Meat Specials for Friday Saturday Target Brand . . . Gristle Free. La Salle Brand. Rosedale, Medium Red. 0 Lakota, Halves. Phillips. Tomato or Vegetable. GPcas or Corn 3 N0. 303 cans Lakota, Garden Fresh Flavor. 0 String Beans 3 N0. 2 cans Lakota Cut. .Asparagus .......... ._ 8-oz. can Ilillsdale Green Cut. 0 Salmon .......... .. 2 N0. 1 cans Chum—Pink. Rich Flavor. O Minced Clams ...... .. 1/2 5 cans Royal Chief, Tender. O Dill Pickles Lge. 21/2 cans Sylvan. . 0 Peanut Butter ...... _. 2-lb. Jar Bonnie Best. Creamy Smooth. O Pears .......... .. 2 No. 21 2 cans ‘Bonnie Best Bartlett. .Tomato Soup .......... .. 3 cans ‘Campbell. buy now! 0 Chocolate .......... _. 1/2-1b. cake Bakers Premium. 0 Prunes ........................ ._ 2-lbs. santa Clara. Sweet. Ex. Lge. O Wheaties ...... .. 2 S-oz. pkgs. Breakfast of Champions. 0 Krispys ................ _. 2-lb. ctn. Sunshine Crackers. ,. ' MEATS. 1b. 33¢ SHORTENING . . . . 2-lbs. 23¢ OYSTERS . . . . . . . .. pint 23¢ arrest Pigment Motor Co. NASH lst & Pine, Shelton 11am G. Miller, Skokomish Indian, I3515 and costs and his driver's 1i- cense was suspended for 60 days by Justice M. C. Zintheo Wednes‘ Patrolman Cliff Aden! last Sunday; 3th 971 Delivered here, includes standard equip- ment and federal tax. White Side Wall Tires, Bumper Guards are optional extras. It’s the every day CASH PRICES that count and 20th Century Markets bring you big sav- ings every day . . . add to your savings by shopping this week-end . . . at your nearest 20TH CENTURY PRICES GOOD FRIDAY THRU MONDAY, MAY 2, 3 &. b Corned. Beef . . Deliver! Mgr Salmozo . I. . . Peaches . . . . . Soups....... 25¢ . as: ..... __ 17 21$... 5 52;; ______ .. 23? Sign? ..... .. no” Cello Candies .... gong 23¢ Americanization . Program Held At l Americanization programs were iconducted at the junior a1. ior high schools and Lincoln a school this past Monday under . :2 auspices of the V.F.W. Aux...’ Eiliary patriotic ichairman of the program. lauxiliary president, Mrs. liar-v IPigg, auxiliary immediate past , president, Mrs. Charles Clark, Mrs. lHenry Hanson, Mrs. Robert Sprin- Iger, Fred Hickson, W. F. Comp— ton and Rev. Charles Dale. Community singing formed part of the program at each school, the Lincoln glee club adding to the Lincoln program, and the band at the senior high school. Awards _in the Americanization essay con- test were presented to Beth Fort— second respectivelyat the senior high, and to Barbara Johnston, first, and Lucille Fredrickson, sec- ond; at the junior high. Mother Recovers, So Silva Returns Home l Sears Silva, proprietor of Sears {Tavern on Mt. View, returned to lhis home here last Saturday after a month‘s visit at Ignacio, Colora- do, to visit his mother, who had been seriously ill but recovered during her son‘s visit. Mr. Silva left here April 1. .1335 -25 . ‘9. #053 Sunshine 27¢ 0 Hershey 7-oz. cello 13¢ Chocolate Dainties. Semi-Sweet. .Spry .......... .. 3-lb. can 51¢ 29¢ C Drano for drains 12 oz. 19¢ 11¢ 0 Windex .............. .. B-oz. 13¢ 1 Makes glass sparkle. Q Sweetheart ...... .. 3 bars 18¢ 23¢ Toilet Soap. 1 additional bar—1c. 39¢ Q Ivory Snow 121/20z. pk. 22¢ 0 Ivory Flakes .............. .. 22¢ C Oxydol, 24-oz. 20¢; 69 54¢ 15¢ 0 P856: Naptha Soap .... __ 29¢ 10 regular bars. 19¢ 0 Calo Dog Food 3 No, 1 23¢ Dog Food. Q Ken L Ration .. 3 No. 1 23¢ 27¢ Q Palmtex .......... .. 4 rolls 22¢ Toilet Tissue. Prices Good Fri., Sat., Only Quality and Price Go Hand- -in—Homd When You Shop at 20th. Century. LETTUCE 2 heads 15¢ I ORANGES . . 2 doz. 45¢ ASPARAGUS lb. 5 Hrétil‘eggd;Half.o; whole; ' I . . I lb. Unclassified—CAN NOW!! 31 LOCAL-SPINACH ............ .. - s. 7¢ EAKS ' ' ' ' ' ea’ 10¢ RADISHES H, ___________ .. 6 bunches 5.: SHORT RIBS lb. ‘ 15¢ NEW SPUDS ~10-1bS-N0-1’S 25¢ TOMATOES .......................... __ lb. 13¢ _‘ ‘Shldr. Pork Steer Beef . ., r , p m . p “ ROASTS ROAST r I lb. 24 lb. 25¢ Asson‘lri—zo V ‘ BOURLAND’S Plenty of Parking Space HILL “TOP SO. HIGOWAY PHONE 29 Shelton Schools? " BY seminar. CARRIER: here with Mrs. Harry Hall, instructor, as She was assisted in sta lne; tth t . g 'L i Member of Washington Newspaper I’ublishcrs' Assocmtion * W ‘ ll . . . . programs by Mrs" W‘ “ compu)‘ and National Editorial mum and Phil Palmer, first andl I \ i lstances the U. S. V‘ tion. . l itime is short and the 8 beautiful I SHELTON-MASON COUNTY JOURNAL 1‘) i'. t: 1"..- il :1 is '; l3 l|l\lilL:;.i. Milo; .‘ gill ‘rw'wivmg xiii-Er Journal by mail. or $2.30 ivy )l.‘<tl' ill :itluinou. l l l i W; v,:,, . ., ,. ,., ,,,.,.,.,,,... l GR. NT C. AIVGLE 'l‘ldimi‘ sorship in this country. The newspapers are Subscription Rates: in Illusml (toniin (outside 01' Shelton city mail carrier districts) Ti iiioiillls, s l‘iirbiil ri-sidrn‘is ol‘ Silvltoll served by City mail carrier from in Silt'ltol’l, 25¢ per month (collected by carrier) Published every Tuesday and Thursday afternoon CENSORSHIP ON THE WAY Secretary Knox of the Navy Department has2 requested, and it may later become'an order, for ; , newspapers not to print stories of English naval craft coming into American yards for repairs; iabout the sending of planes and supplies to Eng-j gland, which is about the first step to news cen— fl ShEthliI-lllASilN COUNTY JOURNAL i Consolidated with The Shelton Independent . s«.~onu‘-< hiss iiiiitttr at the postol‘l‘icc at Shelton, Washington Shelton became parents of a baby daughter born at Shelton hospital lTuesday evening, 75c. Foreign $3.5!) pvl' year. 'j‘osial ANGL Manager Association. the only source from Ma Thursday, DAUGIITER BORN TUESDAY ‘ If you Wish to Mr. and Mrs. Ai'nold Rex of’to '1011“’J0urm“ (loot! Grade Rub Alcohol ..pt. 13¢ U2 :1 :3 B g: m m m m Mineral Oil 2.1.25 . .. 8 rm CIOCkS 9 Lighter Flutp Watches .... .. .... .. 98¢ 60¢ Alka 561 35¢ Bromo Q=_ 100 Best (1 radc 5 Grain Asp 100 Bit yer I Limited Quantity Epsom Salts 5 lb 15¢ Genuine- Leather $1 Watch Straps 49¢ i l which the people can secure information about what is going on in this country and particularly of war preparations, and the people are entitled to get all the information possible since they must ‘ pay the bills and after all public sentiment and we do. ‘ confidence in administration is essential. , I It may be said that our administration is fooling nobody by keeping the truth from the people, since the alien enemies are everywhere in the land and in every factory, navy yard and war' , lindustry and know more about what is going on g than even the administration; and the dictators , 1n Europe know our every weakness better than President Roosevelt “Woodrow Wilson set 7 her Board to serve much the same purpose. It had no more authority ’93 Subscription (Continued from Page One) paign 9 o’clock Saturday night, May 3. If you have promised your sub~ scription to one of the candidates, "1 or intend giving it to one of the entries, now is the time to act—— before 9 o’clock Saturday night. Bring or mail it to this office, where it- will be credited to him . or her today. Your subscription may be the one needed to win the lmost valuable prize for your fa- vorite. Rushing around this last week as they are, candidates cannot be blamed for overlooking you if you have promised your subscrip- tion. Look over the list of can- didates in today's paper and then pay your subscription to the cred- it’ of your favorite. Candidates Hustle , Candidates are working at top speed now, for they realize that bicycles plus the $10 cash prize [rumour]- THEATRE Shelton, wash. Friday Saturday May 2 3 TWO FINE FEATURES Mon. Tues. JAMES HEDY SIEWARI- lAIIIlIlR i. aniline BROWN’S PRODUCTION ‘EIIME [WE WITH ME’ AN M-o-M pique: m WHAT PRESIDENT WILSON DID [are well worth their very best ef— ‘ fill in and sign each of the two {candidates—don’t be sorry, when has recently set up a up a‘ National War La-. j than the present board! irreszdent Wilson backed it up with a threat toI ., ‘- 1-: take over recalcitrant companies, withdraw draft lexemptions from stubborn workers. In two in—! government actually took over, corporation (the telegraph companies, Smith &1 =Wesson). On one occasion Wilson sent the or— gamzed machinists of Bridgeport scuttlin to their Jobs with Wilsonian words that Mr. Roose- ,;~ i velt may have pondered: to work . . . I f you refuse, each of you will be: barred from_employment in an ‘ the communlty in which the strike occurs for a. period of one year . . . and the draft b be instructed to reject an Dams Wm --; based on your alleged usefulness on war produc- ‘I desire that you return y war industry in y claim of exemption forts these last few hours. Candidates are asked to read lthc large announcement elsewhere I in this issue, and to come in some-l time Friday evening or Saturdayl to check up the amount of money‘‘ ‘ they have turned in, the amount of votes and the number of points they have with the campaignl manager. All candidates are required to different statements which will be given them when they come into check up with the cam- paign manager. Parents must also sign these statements. These statements are to make certain that every candidate has received credit for all subscrip- tions he or she has handed in. i There are only two more days,l \ it is too late, that you didn’t do your very best. ers. Hearing 1st In Dress Contest Held At Matlock’ By Mrs. Zeo Priszner Matlock, April 30. The {Grange dress contest was heldl last Grange night with nine dres- ses on display. First prize to Mrs. Dora Hearing; second prize to Mrs. Algatha Norby and third to Mrs. Mary Goggin. Rosco Crowell broke his right arm while cranking on a car Mon- day afternoon. His brother Per- ry, is driving the Beeville school [bus for him. Mrs. Anna Rediska were dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Max Schmidt, the occasion being ers. Hearing’s birthday. Mr. and ers. Meek and son Elmer, were {afternoon callers to wish her a Ihappy birthday. Mr. and Mrs. A. S. King and Ernest King spent Sunday at Camp Three with Mr. and Mrs. Victor King and family. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ferris, Sr. spent Sunday calling or Mr. and Mrs. Kelsey Tanner at Camp 3; ley to see County Commissioner and Mrs. Fred Ferris, Jr. Shelton Junior High baseball Iteam played Mary Knight team Tuesday afternoon with a score of 10 to 11 in favor of Mary Knight. Mrs. Charlie 'Evers and babyi Marjorie Evers,i ldaughter, Miss Jack Hodgson, Mr. and Mrs. E1- vin Hearing, Roy Meek and Mrs. Evers at the Camp 3 lookout sta- the proud owners of a new Chev- . l I new board for arbitration of strikes, leaving much i V to ‘the duty of employers and employees.” If dis- , putants still defied the board under whatever ex- !cuse, ultimate action was left to the President !w1th no promise of anything or really effective. i . g back: .. Mr. and Mrs. Elvin Hearing and Mrs. Jack Culliton and Mr. and. also stopping in Skokomish Val—l Pearl Schmidt called on Charlie. tion Sunday late afternoon. 1 . Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Evers are| . .rolet car. l . Aspirin 7‘ V Cigarettes --c I '9‘ Bring; your Baby weigh him on Our ally accurate Scalés'. your baby is gall”. No obligation. Pliilli Tooth Paste & Dishes 50¢ 39¢ , Garden Catsup hotly: e ilel Pkg- 513; Pacific Crackers .. . . . . . . . 2'. I heatieSZpkg Zee Wax Paper . . , . , 1254b shes chi. l Centennial Pancake Flour 4-1; Gold Shield ALL FLAVORS No. 303 Tins Sound Brand Corn . . . . . . . . HotSauce ~ FRESH PRODUCE ’ Prices Effective Friday & Saturday Oranges NOZ- Aspa/ragus 3-Ibs-__, Radishes bu- Tomatoes Ib- Gucumbers ea- (lrapefruit doz. : ,,e- . Spinach 3—lbs. Rubi-ht“ i. s