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Shelton Mason County Journal
Shelton, Washington
May 8, 1941     Shelton Mason County Journal
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Page Two M Stolen Car Recovered At Hoodsport Tuesday A stolen car which had stood at the city limits of Hoodsport for five days was taken into cus- tody yesterday by State Patrol- lman Cliff Aden and is being held for recovery by its owner, F. A. Burk, of Seattle. Residents in the neighborhood reported the vehicle after their suspicions were aroused when it continued to stand in the same place. Local Good Grade Rub Alcohol.. pt. 13¢ ~$1.25 Alarm Clocks .. 98¢ $1.25 -. Watches .......... ._ 98¢ Limited QUantity ' Epsom Salts 51b 15¢ Genuine Leather $1 Watch Straps 49¢ Cameras and Film Developing For... MOTHERS’ DAY Candy, Perfumes " COsmetics. CITY MARKET TIDBITS or CRUSHED FELS NAPTHA SOAP GREEN ONIONS and ‘ " FOR ’ RENT or CONTRACT Bulldozers — Pile Drivers — Gas Shovels Dump Trucks — Loggi LAND CLEARING and EXCAVATING Information and Estimates Free ROY KIMBEL Agent RICHFIELD PRODUCTS Shelton BINNS ICE CREAM .............. .. qt. 29¢ BUTTER PEANUT BUTTER ...... ._ 2-lb’s. 25¢ TOILET TISSUE; ...... ._ _5 rolls 19¢ RIPE OLIVES .............. can 15a BROOMS ..................... .. each 39¢ RINso ........................ .. 2 pkgs. 45¢ NAPKINS ....... .. 3 pkgs. 25¢ BLEACH 1/2 gal. 19¢ SUNSHINE Crackers. 2-lbs 27¢ Grahams. 2—lbs. 29¢ VEGETABLES Spinach 3-lbs. 10¢ New Spuds.. 9-Ibs. 25¢ Asparagus. . 3-lbs. 25¢ Lemons doz. 19¢ Radishes . . . . 6 for 10¢ FRESH STRAWBERRIEs .J ng Trucks & Trailers I I Steele’s Cut—Rate ECONOMY DRUG, STORE Sun Glasses 29¢ Mineral Oil .. pt. 19¢ Lighter Fluid 9¢ 60c Alka Seltzer 49¢ 35c Bromo Quin 27¢ 100 Best Grade Grain Asp1r1n 39¢ 100 Bayer ’ Aspirin ............ ._ 59¢ Cigarettes ..ctn. 1.55 MOTHERS: Bring your Baby in and weigh him on our scienti— fically accurate scales. Be sure your baby is gain- ing right. No obligation. CENTENNIAL FLOUR 6bars 29¢ 49_-lbs. $1.69 3 cans 29¢ Beef Fresh Ground 'Pure . comes only after years of exper- , first sponsored by the American iLegion and since its inception it . port of civic and fraternal groups, Vim: rim: is "Incl-ale, end our complete stocks are Winged I01 your convenience. 241:5. PINEAPPLE , 6 for 45¢ FORMAY E A TS Shld.Rst.Porklh.200 Short Ribs "lb. 15c . Hamburger lb. 150 Pk. Sausage 2-Ib. 250 Pard . . . . . 3for 25¢ Frankfurters . Oysters . . . . . . . . pint 21¢ Pork Steak . . . . . . lb. 21¢ Mutton Chops 1b. 18¢ Mutton Stew . . . . . lb. 9¢ Employers—h Aid Employment For Men Past 40 Shelton employers have been re- sponding 100 per cent to the re- qucst of Commissioner Jack Bates of the office of unemployment compensation placement to give the worker past 40 years of ago more consideration, Alice Helen- ius, manager of the Washington state employment service for this territory told the Shelton Mason County Journal today. ‘ Mr. Bates‘ appeal was made in! calling Shelton’s attention to the fact that this week is national employment week: and was so des- ignated by President Roosevelt. He urged employers to use the fa— cilities of the state employment Service in securing the workers they need. : “We don't have the same prob- lem in finding jobs for workers past 40 that we used to have,” Mrs. Helenius said. “Our national defense program has helped to relieve that situation, but at the present time we do have the names of many efficient workers past 40 who have the skill that ience gained at their trade. We believe that there is a place in industry and business for thesel workers just as there are for the workers under 40. National Employment V’Veek was has received the enthusiastic sup- industrial groups as well as or- ganized labor. New Maps Coming , For Peninsula If recommendations of the bu-. reau of budget are followed, $20,— 000 will be spent during the fis— cal year beginning July 1 for mapping the Olympic peninsula, the Shelton chamber of commerce has learned. Aerial photos of the entire area‘ already have been procured and control surveys executed in pre- paration for mapping the district from photographs. However, cur- rent funds are exhausted and fur— ther work must await future ap- propriations, Congressman Mar- SHELTON-MASON COUNTY JOURNAL SIIELION-MASON COUNTY—JOURNAL 7 l l Consolidated with The Shelton Independent , V Entered as second—class matter at the postoffic-e at Shelton, Washington Subscription Rates: 1 in Mason County (outside of Shelton city mail carrier districts) Foreign $3.50 per year. Postal BY MAIL: $2 per year; 0 months, $1.25; 3 months. 75¢. regulations forbid residents of Shelton served by city mail carrier from receiving their Journal by mail. BY JOURNAL CARRIER: in Shelton, 25¢ per month (collected by carrier) i or $2.50 per year in advance. ' GRANT C. ANGLE J. EBER ANGLE Editor Member of Washington New‘spaper Publishers’ Association and National Editorial Association. THE MUSIC FESTIVAL . i The third annual May Music Festival which; ends tonight has been one of the most successful. and worth while enterprises this community has; 1' ever undertaken. This year more than SIX hun—i I dred, mostly young folks, took part in the three? nights of musical entertainment. the event of county-wide interest and thus adds to its importance and scope. ; ‘ The increased opportunity in our schools for} development of musical talents among our young -‘ folks meets with the approval of us all. The mus- ical instruction now being given opens up new,= i; avenues of expression for many who will find it, if of great advantage to them in later years. i, The Music Festival again brings home to us the: _. extent to which music is being fostered in ouri :schools. We can be justly proud of the splendid showing of the many musical groups who per-? formed during these three nights of entertain-j ment and grateful to the instructors whose tire-i 2 less efforts made this showing possible. 1 To chairman Phil Murphy and his Festival debted. EDITOR GETTING HOMESICK It is evident from the tone of recent letters from the Journal editor that he has seen nearly ,enough of the country for the present and that he is hankering to get back home. Just a day at the tin F. Smith informed the cham- ber. ‘ as. 49.. Tall VAN CAMP’S Pork & Beans Gold Shield COFFEE 3-lbs.. 81¢ lb. 22¢ l l l ! i i l Nation’s Capitol to see the big show now going on there and. another among New York’s skyscrapers, then he Won’t be able to reach Puget Sound fast ienough to suit him, he writes. Parts from a few i of his letters appearing in this issue tell of some of the many places he has been visiting during the past month. Over $150,000 In FCA Loans Placed In Mason County Mason County stockmen are using over one hun- dred fifty thousand dollars of Farm Credit Administration loans, according to a joint announce- indebtedness on farm land. Pro- duction credit loans are made for the growing of crops and live- stock. A Vacant bruise won't Pay Taxes . . . Advertise It! Journal Want-Ads—Phone 100 farmers and" _'~' " W” ““ " I merit made this week by the sec- retary-treasurers of the loeal cre- dit associations serving the coun- ty. I. F. Shefler, Elma, secretary-V treasurer of the National Farm Loan Association, which make and service Federal Land Bank loans locally, reported that on December 31 there were 95 Fed- eral Land Bank and land bank ‘ commissioner loans outstanding in Mason County, for a face amount of $158,325. I William Auld, Chehalis, secre- tary-treasurer of the Southwest Washington Production Credit As- sociation, reported that his asso- ciation made 4 loans for $7,893 in Mason County during 1940. At ‘ the end of the year, 4 member— borrowers owed a balance of $5,- 696. Both National Farm Loan As- sociations and Production Crediti Associations are affiliated withl the Farm Credit Administrationl Land bank and land bank com- missioner loans are made for the purchase or improvement of farms - or for the refinancing of mortgage GRAIIA THEATRE SHELTON, WASHINGTON _—-—. Two shows every night Starting at 7:00 P.M. Matinee 2:15 pm. Saturday and Sunday Adm., 10¢ and 25¢, plus tax (State 2¢; Federal 3¢) Tonite Only 15¢ SONJA HEINIE “SECOND FIDDLE” and “MR. DYNAMITE” , Lloyd Nolan --— Irene Hervey Friday and Saturday VIRGINIA BRUCE -—- JOHN BARRYMORE “THE INVISIBLE WOMAN” Sun. Mon. - Tues. Abbott and Costello “BUCK PRIVATE The side-splitting Comedy riot! W_n—M_M~Wv_ ._M...___—_.__.___.__W~_-__._ ..__.____.-.__. Published every Tuesday and Thursday afternoon .. i Manager i V i The active par—l '1 ticipation of the outlying schools this year makesj ' Committee who organized and conducted this .. outstanding event the community is deeply in-‘ SEE. AME THE 11 VVCStinghOIISG "NEW/WW or uremic HOME APPLIII’VN Thursday l If you Wish to " ito Tell—Journal " writers, standard size models. Results Repeat Again and Again. In the Journal W'an'L-Aus. Journal Want-Ads—Phone 100 ,1 ‘ ' >i. . Friday, Saturday and, Monday lb. 1 Four IG-Ibs. tollee 2-lbs. IN GLASS JAR 1 s pecials for SU PERIOR—Fancy Assorted tackles SPERRY PANCAKE CEREAL heat Hearts pkg. 23c za..-.i l LAKOTA SMALL WHITE 0 A13“? bot. __.—_——. Tomato Juice .. BEA FULL SHOPPING BAG 46-oz. can .............. .. URE LARD 2 MOLASSES Avondale bag NO. 1 LARGE SHAFTER “J t. Ask ya NOW S IIIIS 7-“)5 GUARANTEED Old spuds was; 322?? ............ .1592 Lemons “oz. ____.__—.__ IN SHOPPING BAG 37¢ Grapluit H ‘\v_ Large Pkg ............. .V N-.- .__ ..___ __-.-__ A.“ .7— ’,',/. I _._,.4v’ 3, .‘V FIRST REFRGERA BRINGING YOU Super Market Refrigerdli n. I ... REEA’S *NAMED FOR AMERICA’S FIRST "FIRST lADY"! 5 KINDS or coil?- FDR YOUR ia'é'nmde possible by “(with RUE-TEMP coma The whole town’s talking about the new ; house “Martha‘Wa‘shihgioM—the “dream: ' ‘ ‘ orator of 1941! Sleek, streamlined exter‘?’ color-styled interior, with HIS-FLEX gins? ‘ r ' bright PEASANTWARE dishes [and .i Cryétaltrifli; ‘ ‘ M And such featureslSupetMaI-ket Raft“?!~ ,-,. -—5 zones of“ cold to keep YOUR food 5:7 . ' Markets keep it. New SUPER FREEZE, . , ZEROSEAL’ frozen food compartment, 17"” . dew-front” MEAT-KEEPER with UTILI-‘i top; new illuminated TRUEoTEMP Confid'd \' new AEROSPRING Self-Closing D0? 3» ,TRIPLQK't‘rigg‘eratype latch, and many See the “Martha Washington” today" E , frigerator of ’41 that looks as good as it 15" l' com: m: Ask for “x.RAY” pRooF ‘2‘, r inghouse improvements and quality featur‘ i‘ ‘ NEWI IT’S »DIEEE13§NTI__ SEE IT SHELTON ELECT B. I W. Sdber Shelton, wash- mummy»