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May 8, 1941     Shelton Mason County Journal
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May 8, 1941

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-‘ Ma 8, 194.1. sday, “beets wnere you are, u Wish to {Elli-l Want-Ad —Journa1 ' .109 t“ a Journal Want-Ad "'19 Comfort Happiness L BOUQUETS It 2:2" HardWare Bldg. LsgDESIGNS AND w‘anylflhere, anytime ls" Floral Shop 270-W g your home to the Atlantic “vhwg A.» ,_____.. ___\.__ . m. SHELTON-MASON COUNTY JOURNAL Page Three 3 Methodist Services Sunday For Mothers I l l } Dr. Robert Brumblay, Method-l ist Church pastor, will take thei subject “In Restraint of Mother-j A hood" as his sermon topic forl . Mother’s Day services at th e Methodist Church next Sunday,l he announced today. i Special music appropriate for: the occasion will be sung by the? choir and a reception for persons '| in membership in the church will ; be other features of Sunday’s ser- vices. ‘ Want-Ads—Phone 100 O l i l l Journal l l l l l l i l I l l l FIR than 6N ONEW Y Manwaood Jobs Waiting Seekers A forest of Douglas fir on the} 140 ships a year with cargoes ofl It illustrates the vital nationall lNew York and Brooklyn water—l Douglas fir and other West Coast need for sustained lumber supply' front is shown in this air photol lumber from Oregon and Wash-! by the New York Daily Newslington. The terminal is a lumber} lDwarfing the largest ocean liners} distribution center for building in and their piers. this lumber stor- 5 the New York metropolitan area: Eage terminal is the destination of l and also for defense construction; ORK DOCK * from the West Coast and why the“ “Keep Washington Green” and “Keep Oregon Green” campaigns. against the man-caused forest fire are of national interest. A vicemen, all-around journeymen machinists, wood patternmakers, l coremakcrs, watch maker and job moldcr. mentioned by contacting the Em- j Organization Of pies will go into the welfare fund 3 of the auxiliary. Journal VVant-Ads—Phonc 100 Poppy Workers Is Near Completion Organization of the corps of volunteer workers who will dis- tribute memorial poppies here on Poppy Day, May 23 and 24, is be- ing completed by Fred B. Wivell unit of the American Legion Aux- iliary. The corps, working under the leadership of Eula Martin, Poppy Day Chairman, will be on the streets throughout the two days offering poppies to be worn in honor of the World War dead, and to aid the disabled veterans and dependent families of veter- ans. More than 80 women and girls have volunteered for Poppy Day, service, Mrs. Martin said. They are being organized into teams and each team is being assigned a location of neighborhood in which to distribute poppies. All. will serve as unpaid volunteers, meaning that every penny of the contributions made for the pop- Team leaders, or sub-chairmen; will include Mrs. M. A. Clothier,‘ Mrs. M. C. Melcum, Mrs. H. E. Munson, Mrs. W. A. Witsiers and Miss Mary Dobson. “The response to the call for Poppy Day volunteers has been very fratifying," said Mrs. Man, tin. “The willingness of so. manylI women to undertake this hard; un— ‘ accustomed work shows a high . ..—_./ M Di'iver Fined On 2 Traffic Counts John Thomassen, Shelton black- smith, was fined on two traffic counts by Justice M. C. Zintheo Tuesday sworn out by City Police Officer Andy Hansen. On a drunken driving charge Thomassen was fined $50, of which half was suspended, and his op- erator's license was revoved, while on a charge of using wrong license ' plates he was given a suspended $10 fine. Thomassen pleaded guil- ty to both counts. He was arrested April 30 by Hansen after sideswiping the parked car of Marie Kubik at First and Franklin streets and failing to stop. the police officer said. Just Common Sense Someone has said that the scienCe o! dietetics is just common sense and the discoveries about nutrition can still be reduced to “protective” foods—fruits, vegetables and eggs, of which milk is usually considered the most important, according to nu. tritionists. patriotic spirit. We are hoping that the public will meet them in the same spirit and help them make Poppy Day the biggest suc- cess it ever has been in Mason. County. Hansen gave , chase and found Thomassen in a field, where he had hit a stump, l If you Wish to Sell you’ll Have to Tell—Journal Want-Ads. PARAMOUNT THEATRE Shelton, Wash. Fri., Sat., May 8-9 ‘ fa. 843:3 \v Sunday to Tuesday TWO FEATURES V‘Iy' feltgllast and back—only $90 in new- eluxe individual reclining chair Here '5 srme real ‘ood news if l ployment serv'ice at 522 capital 1 . . . g \Nay in Olympia. 3 l l At State Office murals. assessors: i l .you’re looking for work and can l . tinge? ~ 7 lqualify for any of the many good‘ a bot. " ‘ "9’531941 Travel Bargain offered by (301)" for WhiCh the Olympi‘l Office ’Mtidal Play Tourney ' ‘ 'R NORTHERN pACIFIC Railway, 101' the Washington State Employ- ." ’lllellt Service is Set‘klll" the bestl ‘I gout?“ by any of a number of diverse Eworkers. 8 j Alice Helenius, manager of the‘ (Olympia office of the Employ— ment Service would like to havel all persons interested iii any ofl . 'This Ethe jobs mentioned below to see 23:5??? pfgxttmggga‘3nay 15h}; 5 l her as soon possible. The soon- , p ' is th acat'on tri ,( onhrifty t 141631 “£31m”; omf‘ort 2mg , . Shelton golf course, teeing off at 1. Tail Fave 61's W 0 556 C er, the better, she says, for good ‘ ten dclock :- ‘ cad safeth- ljobs are being snapped up in a 1‘." 48km,“ «N p” em {or nounvounnmur ’ “3”” ' ©llomlulmcmc g .de'tal'Is. He will help you plan a carefree trip East. it rthrough California if you desire. g0“ ew York, the Nation’s Capital thh “' “‘55 in session—stopover at interest- , Vinitspots—floumave two months’ return i Denied their chance last Sun— day by rain, Shelton golfers with a yen for competition in the i r weekend links play will engage in l Some of the jobs which thel HOSPITAL PATIENT { Olympia office has open are: stove l E. S. Hart, summer resort care- mounters, milling machine opera- taker at Union, was admitted to tors, X-ray technician, cabinet Shelton hospital for medical care 3' ligr‘illi‘ll pgll:,,ci;lrl .c 7R Al [W A Y maker, electrical appliance ser- Tuesday. Slated For Sunday r Six Days—Friday thru Thursday—May 9 to May 16 incl. U. S. No. 1 “A” Size CANDY “Double Dare” “Solo Cull” “Peek—o-Brittle” and other candy bars. bar....3¢ 6 for 25¢ Sno—Cola, popular cola beverage in 12-01. bot- tles -— in cartons. GRAPEFRUIT tin 9¢ Glenn Aire fancy whole segment. grapefruit. 20-02. tin SAVE MORE EVERYDY!| l2. , ‘ Fwd Prices and Profits I A Statement of Safeway Policy d“'«~.... ..,_ SAFEWAY HE forces of market disturbance, fear, and speculation, are at work. Prices for some basic commodities have already , gone up. Increases in Safeway’s retail prices on these items reflect , J the rise in wholesale cost, over which Safeway has no control. I It is a fundamental Safeway policy to earn only a small profit on each sale. Safeway pledges that during the period of war g emergency it will not change this policy; and that in the future, “as Hefetofore, it will make every effort through improved methods\ to reduce distribution cost -—-the difference between What the farmer gets and the consumer pays. You will always be able to‘, buy from Safeway at the lowest prices available anywhere. Consumers may assist materially in preventing unwarranted I Nice increases by continuing their purchases on 'a‘ normal scale- Thnw are adequate supplies of food stuffs for every American. Hysterical buying which strips r'ét'ail and wholesale stocks creates: artificial scarcity, which pushes prices to abnormal levels. ., ‘7‘in Machinery exists within the government {0 001‘er pfovduqi. mm? Storage and release of mm‘flifiesi impo ir'ts, exports, Quotas and prices—if it should become necessary, to employ these methods-l .- tO protect the economic-welfare of the colmffiry, 1' ' Safeway further pledges complete eooperation with'tbe Brnmcntal agencies and with farmer producers in all efforts to stabilize prices; discourage pr0fiteering; and maintain orderly V facilities for food disttibutiong ' '7 l \ ORANGES ____________ ._ Sunkist Valencia LOCAL LETTUCE STRAWBERRIE 2 {w ‘19c BANANAS ............ .. ................ .. ll-lbs. 55¢ GREEN ONIONS. . .. KITCHEN CRAFT The original Home-type flour—now ICNRICH ED with vitamins and iron. 9.8-lb. ba924y2—Ib. bag 49-lb.sk.‘ 35¢ 73‘” 1'39 12 11.3.2992 U. S. No. 1 “B” Size 12....234: ...................... .. lb. 6¢ .................. .. 2for 9¢ Asparagus ................................ _. 2-lbs. 13¢- U. S. NO. 1 *‘ NEW PEAS .............................. ._ 3-lbs. 19¢ TOMATOES .................................. .. lb. 15¢ RADISHES ...................... .. bu. 1¢ ...... __ 4 bu. 5¢ Nil-Made Mayonnaise .................. .. qt. 37c Nu-Made Mayonnaise __________________ ._ pt. 210 Duchess Salad Dressing __________ ._ qt. 24c Duchess Salad Dressing ______________ __ pt. 15c Columbus Tomatoes, 29-oz. tin _. 3 for 250 Heinz Strned Baby Foods, 4Vz-oz. tin 3/206 .... ._ 2—lb. pkg. 16c . Asst. Koolade Beverages _.1-oz. pkg. 3/ 100 Bisquick ____________________________________ __ 48-02. 29C‘ H. O. Oats, Quick __________________ ._ 48-oz. 290 Ritz Crackers ____________________________ .. pkg. 260 Kraft Cheeese, Am., Brick, etc 2-lbs. 48c Old Style Beer, 11-oz. bottle 10 for 98c ' Westag Imit. Vanilla . l l l l l l l l l l l ‘ Sunsweet Lge. Prunes l * Sale of Dairy Products Tasty Pound Butter ________________ __ 2-lbs. 810 Dairyland Butter ______________________ _. 2-lbs. 836 Shelton Maid Butter ____________________ ._ 1b. 430 Grade “A” Large Eggs ______________ __ doz. 30C Grade “A” Medium Eggs ____________ __ doz. 286 Brown SUGAR Fresh. moist .brown sugar 111 paper bags 3-lbs. 15¢ Bacon Squares lb. Ground Beef. . lb. Picnics . . . . . . lb. MACARONI . . .. 3-lb. bag 15¢ Fluffiest—finest fresh—tender marshmallows. In ctns. MARSHMALLOWS . . . lb. 10¢ Or Spaghetti—finest quality in bulk. Kraft bags CORN MEAL . . 9—lb. bag 19¢ Jacob's fey buttons for steaks. etc. 4—02. tin 19c. MUSHROOMS . . 4-0z. tin 16¢ Jacob's popular pieces and stems for gravy. 8»oz. 29c FANCY PEAS tin 10¢ Mt. Vernon brand fcy 3 sieve size peas. 20-0z. tin FANCY PEAS .. .. tin 12¢ Sugar Belle fcy blended sizes swt tender peas. 20-02. BAKED BEANS . . . . . tin 10¢ Heinz tomato sauce or Vegetarian baked beans. 18-02. OLIVE OIL .. . . . . . qt. tin 98¢ Pompeiian brand finest quality pure olive oil in tins Pure cane. fine granulated. Cloth bags 10-lbs. Fill¢ Genuine 1941 Spring Lamb Mammy Lou brand creamy yellow corn meal. WALDORF . . . . . . . 4 rolls 17¢ The soft-wove toilet tissue in (SEQ—sheet rolls. MUSHROOMS .. 2-oz. tin 10¢ Fresh wrléllstfr‘Zsh bread. 1-lb. 90 ll/zlb. loaf 13¢ LAMB ROAST . . . lb. 23c Come Edwards SUGAR COFFEE BREAD Top grade cof- fee in vacuum tins. Reg, drip. 2-lb. tin 45¢ lEGOFlAMB . . . lb. 270 The Cream of the Crop "PORK SAUSAGE . correctly seasoned- PORK I.OIN ROAST . . lb. 231.: All Pork . . . Large Loin and Rib End 9 ------------ -- 4-0Z- 9° Bacon lb. 27¢ Airway Coffee ____________________ __ 3-lbs. 37c FRESH Nob Hill Coffee ...................... .. 3-lbs. 37c Lamb Steaks , lb. 25¢ SFISH Edeard’s Coffee ______________________ __ 4-lbs. 87c almon Lamb Chops. lb. 3 1b. 25¢ Halibut 1b. 21¢ Fillet of Cod 21¢ lb. 15¢