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Shelton Mason County Journal
Shelton, Washington
May 1, 1941     Shelton Mason County Journal
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Page Three "ay, May 17, 19.11. SHELTON—MASON COUNTY JOURNAL teal Hostess VEShelton Valley ' \ News Brevitiesi By Una \Vinsor ! Shelton Valley, April 30. ~~ Mrs. Sig'nc Kneeland Visited Wed- ncsday with Mrs. H. A. Winsor and family. Mrs. J. A. Shafer was a caller there in the after- noon also. Dewey Bennett is getting around on crutches the past week, having sprained his ankle severe.- ly when some piling rolled off a truck he was helping to loadI 11M" the Lorraine Dairy. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. 'Shafer visit- 2., ,, ed in Shelton Wednesday evening H ' . .» at the R. E. Grenberg home. ‘ . I Celebratlng 26 Years of Service till Dewey Bennett home from Shel— “Sun Down” assorted fruits for cocktail. 1»lb. tall tin v ton Wednesday evening and spent the evening at Echo Farm. Mrs. Charley Baker and daugh- ter Jean, visited in Shelton Sat- urday afternoon with Mrs. Ben Hughes and her mother, Mrs. Em- ma Conklin. . Mrs. L. G. Shelton was out lfroin town and spent Saturday afternoon with Mrs. H. A. Win— .———..__—_._ ‘=== town in ldaho, the Safeway Com— pany was founded. From that I humble start Safeway has grown ‘ to be the West’s leading food epson. opera star, has [Phillips also spent that evening Stores- Th's week we Pay tr" Wed 7"“ ‘ bute to our founder- whose far- ;5y ‘ America’s Ideal Host- ltherfl ’ B t G rd S'd ' r tomato hot sauce. 8-02. tin. attes "6 distill bakErs of America. Mrs. Signe Kneeiand was an‘ n S'ghted pol'cy Of low pnce and a en 1 e Spicy pu e Twenty-six years ago, in a small 'sor and family, and Mrs. R. R.l l uts herself a Slice Cf |overnight visitor Saturday at the, high quality have made possmle We. . lh , -. M.. ‘i economies to all food buyers. . .. Winning cake. Omc 01 ML and 15' C- V- De 1 f 4 3 We invite you to come during ' c i this celebration for many un- usual values. ffiosier in Shelton. I l lb. ——-——-——-—-—-—————-—-———-—-——-—-—-—-—-— Stokely’s red sour pitted cherries. 20-02. tin. lights 10—lbs. 45c 93011 ALL SIZES ' “Special” brand sturdy 4-sew household brooms. @ranges 11"“). 550 “— Tasty Pound Butter ____________ ._ 2-lbs. 78¢ FRUITS FOR SALAD .. 2 tins 25¢ ‘ Mrs. Charley Baker and daugh- { ter Jean were dinner guests Sun— PV A Eddy of Mr. and Mrs. Vearl Ben-. ’ I nett. Keith Bennett was also a leaner there that afternoon. , . .. Mrs. J. A. Roles was out froml iShelton and visited Mrs. H. A. .im on Our urate Scalfgs'.( Lby lS galm. Winsor and family Friday after-‘ noon and evening. 11,. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Shafer spent lFrlday evening in Shelton with er. and Mrs. Bob Ramin. M‘r. and Mrs. Tomi Harris and. children of Shelton visited Sun-' day evening with Mr. and Mrs. lE_.‘A..IRntledge. Mr. nan-ismqyed; Dairyland Butter ......... .... .. 2-lbs. 81¢ W” 0' GU“ “"“g 1““ ,““‘ ,. .i:‘¢3.;‘:..£iz°r:dings? Entahflower lb. 120 Dangold Butter ------ --,- ------------ lb‘ flair: Sim? 45* The first regular meeting of the; “Cherub or Federal Milk ______ _. tor 22c . ,; .1 M t . 3 t- 11,, ’ngnfiayflé. be held nexr’ Thurs-y ' T t s Pure Laird - - A -- Z'lbs‘ Lg3£¥ntatlzgxgvigflspregla 31:41-02. tinlnS , ‘R’oy Edwards and E. E. Storts ' ‘ Kraft Cottage Cheese .......... .. pint 15¢ Libbv’s LunCh Tongue tin 23¢ 211113163202" grggeyfi'aégiesf aaaél Shortening .............. _. 4-1135. Delici‘ous cooked lunch tongue. 12-02."tin and BOP Bennett of She“ N@W Peas 2-“). 19C . May Day Salad Oil .... .. pt. 19¢; qt- 35¢ LIBBY’S VEAL LOAF....__ tin 14¢ .22..sadistic;niacini . Royal Satin Shortening ...... .. 3-1bs- 40¢ a . i n’iiisgrt :ani‘iligs‘nattheI-L'Vchlrli Farm“ A 2 Swans Down Cake Flour .............. .. 21¢ SLICED BEEF ...... .. 2-02. jar 11¢ ;‘ AFC, 31 r I Vién‘a-ei“, 1 e i '3, ey swine S ~ S. Maximum Pancake Flour 21/ _lbs. Libby‘s sliced dried beef. Vacuum packed sfigggfagegeiiiiéféfané nifty; iné'fE’tstei’fi‘ZdattifEesXO‘gn ——*-——~ A p g N0 1 n) 5¢ Wax Paper, Airtite ............ "1.354%. 10¢ ngBYt’Sd ROQSdT BEEF-u- tm 19¢ ye... e pron ‘ypas . e 3;; “:16 n i_ A 3 am us U... in d . Scott Towels .......................... _. 3 for 25¢ ‘ VS e . is disagrpzigggfew nil. «Tune. Zfé‘dnis,dccfi‘al. STRAW- v p g 9 Silk Tissue ______________________________ __ 3 for 10¢ CORNED 12-oz. tm 18¢ , ICOOke were Visitors at the High_. S .r 4 f Libbys famous corned beef. N0 gristle. 12-02. lands Sunday afternOOn of Mrs,l p SMEA ,' Sweeth?aljt soap """""""" " 0r ¢ SOCKEYE SALMON l-lb. tall 25¢ 51%;: Kfiffirllansfiévenson M f N S d ' LuX T011613 Soap .............................. -- Libby's fancy red Sockeye Salmon Ram-11° and a friend 6f $213311). 2 B 6W D“ S 81268 ‘ Chewmg Gum—Asst. .................... .. 3¢ LIBBY’S SPAGHETTI .... -_ tin 8¢ i'isiiedsghgirsdlay afternoon at the’j OXeS L e Marshmallows ................ lb. pkg. 10¢ De‘icious Spaghetti With T°mat° Sauce—i 1‘”). lingsl Tgigie “23:81,; nd enjoyed: 8 11C . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (Sud Sjlyle Beer, ll-oz. ........ .. lg £3: 2 pkg 37¢ stunner ues ay w1 . r. and Mrs_l 110 O a ................................ .- ‘ . . P l . ...... .. . Fred smith and ___________ ' ' ' ' v. I ' ' lb. ClgaretteS—assorted .......... .. 3 for SPIgre gIraEEagholjs‘ehNold soap. lson, Myrvan, called on Mr. and . . . . ers. Dewey Bennett Monday eve- __._‘—————"___________ hing. Mrs. Charley Baker and Jean‘ and Mrs. Dewey Bennett visited ——.——-—————- _- . with Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Rutledgei "’ Tuesday evening. The latter al~' ' ‘ Gm ruit . ' {so called on Mrs. Kneeland. I -\ MaraSChmo Houy Ptnk Albert Lindholm of Shelton vis— . . JUICE CHERRY POWDER SALMON l ternoon. I -' ‘ l Town Hnnze lane) “_ ' _‘ 4, .1 y. ,f 'L Clv .“' d I : Edwaids lh. 23¢; 2-lbs. 44¢- EUUJQBDS; 3.1.1.:fSwggelgizii- C 8. M 8...... and; .23}..- nappyvne nan. E99 NOODLE Freshly p a c k e (1 pure egg noodles. 1—lb. cellophane. 2 PKGS. 25¢ ~ State PatrOI District Finest quality Vacuum packed. Reg. 01‘ drip- ‘ “Mum . tuml- 46"“ Chm'ries- 5'0Z- den 13")” U“ Pink Salmon Extended As Of Today ' glass bottle. 1'lb' tin ‘ . . IN 3 TINS Effective this morning, Sergeant . Rho Z-IbS‘ . a 2 T S James Kuntz had two more coun- . V ltics under his district supervision . ""°"°”'.°‘ ' l g for the Washington State Patrol, ' q for Clallam and Jefferson coun-V . 1b., 0"le. “ -——-—-——— -——--—-—-—. —-—-————- ties, formerly a separate district, ' were returned to the district which lifiia‘éiatmfiili‘eifl‘iaiiié‘é $3313 Hills Bros. lb 27¢; 2-lbs. 52¢ Hormel Chili l-lb. tin 16¢ Hormel's popular chili con carne Rath’s Pigs Feet. . qt. 26¢ 51.33%...“ the west side of “get See Our Big 4 Page Sylvan Dill Pickles ____________________ ._ 26-oz. 10¢ lmargarine?assigns :2 M-JB. . .. lb. 27¢; Z-lbs. 51¢ 13133173539313?!) ------------------------ 3:3;- £5); iBremton' H A N B Old Mill Vine """""""""""""" "('6 -* t. 10 2 I gar .................. .. p . ¢, q . ¢ l Journal Want-Ads—Phone 10" sanka COflee - - - - - Real Roast Peanut Butter ........ _. 2—lbs. 21¢ l . Beverly Peanut Butter .............. .. 2-lbs. 25¢ 1 ; , s y , r V. . ,0 . H , Peas&Carr0tstallt1n £Olflgs Orange ngsrmalade ........ ._ E,)’2élbs. I I I W V l H Libb 's opular vegetables. 17-02..tin i y Bu 61' .................... _. -OZ. ‘ GUAM" {Pm “7 ' Seaylspland Peas 3 tins 29¢ Pierre French Dressing 8-oz.10¢; leoz. 19¢ I I—ixtra standardlgradi)5-sieve 8 . Sunny Dawn Tomato Juice ...... .. 26'0Zo a va e 935 a 1n unny Dawn Tomato Juice ...... _. 46-oz. O I - c Sweglgg tender 6—sieve peas. 17-02.. ¢ - - - 7-0z‘ Fresh Pm Sty” ’ Cream Style Com tin 10¢ _. yrs Cocktail mug-oz. 2/19¢; 46-oz. 2 for 57¢ T Country Home golden bantam corn. .20—02. Tomato (Illice __________________ __ 46-02. 0 - 0 Whole Grain Corn. tlll; 11¢ T111. Uns. Grapefruit Juice 20-0z- 4 for 25¢ 1 ‘ g. . a.“ Young Tender Mutton dountry Hogtgoliien 83am corn. %lliby1?lneaplileJJulce ______________ __ ifs-oz. 1%.S ' ff ream . i e rn, , 0 es ineapp e uice ....... .. ....... ._ -0z. Del Monte. Bantu); Corn. Town House Grapefruit Juice 46-oz. 2/25¢ ' Butter hernel Ccrn. 2/ 25¢: Libby Uns Grapefruit Juice ...... ._ 46-oz. 16¢ Loin and Roned Ribs (i‘amloas whoch—iernel Izantam corn. 20in}. Dole Pineapple Juice __________________ __ 46-0z'. t 0 en 0min . . . 1n Libby Pineapple Juice ______________ ,_ 46-oz. i POI’k Chops . . . Beef Steak . . . gurbank brand golden graixs. 30-02. tint Bruce’s Orange & Gr’p’f’t Juice 46-02. 19¢ l (,ut Green Beans, , tin 9¢ Stokley Sour Pitted Cherries .... __ 20-0z.r10¢ l o . lb. . , ‘, V. . . . Titan brand stringless beans. 19—oz. .tin Butter Kernel W,K. Com 20-0Z.____ 2 for . . Cut Green Beans 3t1n 25¢- Burbank Hominy ________________ __ 30-oz. tin 9¢ - - o - - lb. lb. Ggrden Side stringless beans. 19—02. Garden Cut Beans ______________ _. 3 for leby Sauerkraut tin 10¢ Libby Kraut r. ________________________ ._ 291m. tin 10¢ l lb- . . lb. Crisp and delicions sauerkraut. 29-02. tin Kraut ____________________ __ 29-0z. tln l nghway Kraut . . . tm 9¢ Country Home Or. Corn ______ ._ 20-0z. tin 10¢ Highway brand sauerkraut. 27-02. tin PaCifiC Tuna Flakes G'Oz. .... .. 2 for ‘ Bacon Sale Lima Beans & Ham 2/ 25¢ Packers Label Dry Shrimp... 5-oz. tin 10¢ Dcnnison's lima beans cooked with ham. 16-1/2-02. Giesha Crab Meat ______________ __ Glflroz. tin FILLET ' POI'k & Beans l-lb. tall? 6¢ Libby Lunch Tongue __________ ,_ 12-0% tin 23¢ OF. SOLE . Valam‘mt paCked With Tomato sauce Spam Lunch Meat _____________ _______ 2 for 51¢ 21% . BA'CilN SQUARES 12¢ ~ ‘ , Rath’s pickled pigs feet.— pint 16c DUCHESS l PKG. . . . Franco Amerlcan lb. tln DRESSING.. pt. 15¢; qt. 23¢ ‘ ‘ Choice of Spaghetti or Macaroni CASCADE DRESSING. pt. 12¢; qt. 19¢ LUNCH BOX SPREAD .... .- pt. 21¢; qt. 35¢ NU MADE MAYONNAISE ...... .. qt. HALIBUT ‘- 18¢1b.