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Page Eight g YOU ARE COVERED for any ac- cident for $.25 per day. Longer Angle. -- ({JOYJ) Deep Beige 3.95 SANDAL Beige . Tan Saddle Leather or All White 3.45 and Claims 47/471 Avatar 1mg “MIAMI” illustrated at right Blue and White Wine and White White Leather Sole 1.9? M en’s Dress ' Sport Shoes NUNN BUSH 8.50 EDGERTONS 5.00 to 6.00 BEDFORD SQUARE 3.95 as illustrated time the rate is cheaper. Herb Flowers Grow T l Because many gardeners will be buying their annuals soon, if they have not already ordered them, it iis appropriate to mention some of lthe most outstanding varieties [which proved. themselves espically [worthy in the Arboretum trail lgarden last summer. The larkspurs have been devel- zoped in truly striking forms. Here are a few of the best ones: Pink IPerfection tall, medium pink :with a long spike of large, well- lspaced flowers hr the best of the lpinks; Dazzler »g a light, bright, :carmine red that is a fine addition ito the group and one which gives ‘of its depth of color; Blue Bell >~ ,a clear azure-blue; Blue Spire lan intense blue, an excellent and ’very uniform variety; and White ISpire, which, by contrast sets off the other colors beautifully. The California poppy is so com— monplace in many parts of the Northwest that one might think {it undeserving of comment. But ;it is constantly being improved land even now offers some brilliant 'types which are far superior to the Ivolunteers that are permitted to develop in many gardens year. Also this flower is so perfectly ladapted to heat and drought that lit has become especially valuable Lin the drier regions. The Variety lcalled Monarch Art Shades is a ldelightful, richly colored type, Ra- mona is bright rusty-gold; De- lightful is a large-flowered, erect growing type with intensely gray- green foliage. l l | $15435 ‘ EASY PAYMENTS Low Carrying Charge Brilliant new fluted from! 0 New Meat Tender 0 Glass-Topped Sliding Hydrator 0 Larger Frozen Storage Compartment 0 New Utility Storage Compartment 0 Double—Width Dessert Tray 0 Lift-Out Shelf for Bulky Foods 0 Super-POWered Meter-Miser O F-114 Safe Refrigerant This boouflful llflfl. has all tho basic; udvanhgol for Efigldoln oloctric cooking. I! oflon mony footum of no.“ telling many dollars mom. ‘Lomp and Cook-Mute: Oven Control illustrated, are optional It alight extra coot. Measuring glass to those who come in. and see these two Frigidaires. | _____________l EASY PAYMENTS Low Carrying Charge FULLY-FITTED ‘ i l I . . . and many more besides l HOME GARDENER by Dr. John H. Hanley . Director, U. of W. Arboretum accent to the planting by virtue‘ each 1 {next Tuesday to meet Aberdeen. iCoach Homer Taylor may use SHELTQN-MASQN COUNTY. JOURNAL Between Rails Starting with one flower and one street car, Mrs. Rosa Helemba, Aloha, Orc., has built a thriving flower business. ing of getting other trolleys, because they make such good hot-houses. Now she’s think- . ,...__ ,.—_-—— HE $.3ch I One should watch the develop- ment of these erect-growing var— lieties carefully since they repre- sent one of the most recent and most important improvements. lThe plants do not tend to fall a- lpart in the center as the season :advances as in the case with the loldcr types. l One of the most showy, delicate- [1y colored flowers in last season’s {trails was a free-blooming poppy of the Shirley type called Begonia- flowered. This variety is a double or semi-double; in each flower is a crest of narrow petals which impart to the whole the appear- ance of a double begonia. ’ If one is fortunate enough to alive in a section where the weather is cool enough to grow stocks, here is a list of colors that will give pleasing effects in the garden and which, in addition, will pro- vide for splendid cut flower ef- fects in the house: Apricot Beauty, Apricot, Canary Yellow, 3. light, icreamy yellow; 01d Rose, the old~ fashioned rose shade; Elk’s Pride, , deep royal purple; Antique Copper, a very arty rose shade; Shasta, lclear white and Lavender. l ___.______._____.. ’Climbers Return l To Baseball Wars Friday at Hoquiam Idle since a week ago Tuesday, curse that old Jupe Pluvius mean- lie, the Shelton Highclimbers re- lturn to their quest for a third {straight Southwest prep confer— nece baseball crown tomorrow when they go down to Hoquiam for a return engagement with l the Grizzlies. l The Highclimbers won at home, {8 to 4, when the two clubs met I in the opening league game. Shelton turns right around and lreturns to the harbor area again Ralph LeDrew, his ace righthand- er, against Hoquiam until and if the Highclimbers get a safe lead, which may be a tough assignment as the Grizzlies have been play- ing much improved ball in their recent games. Coach Taylor said that both the Shelton-Olympia games which were postponed have been re dated, the Bears coming to Loop Field on May 23, the Highclimb- ers going to Olympia May 29 for a night game. Diamond Squad Loses To Port Orchard Rain After trekking clear over to Port Orchard yesterday, Shelton Junior high's youthful baseball warriors found so much moisture cascading from the heavens that they couldn’t play their sched- uled game with the South Kitsap high second team. The game may be rescheduled later if an open date can be found. This Friday the Shelton juniors tackle Mary M. Knight high school at Loop Field at 3:30 o’clock, hop- ing to avenge a 10 to 9 defeat the Owls hung on them at Matlock a week ago. Sub-Committee On Home Guard Program A sub-committee composed of Chairman Fred Hickson, Mayor Bill Stevenson, Commissioner, Bob Trenckmann, Prosecutor Frank Heuston and Home Guard Com- mander W. F. Compton was ap- pointed last night by Doane Bro- die, Chairman of the Home Guard reorganization committee, to ar- range and outline a definite pro- gram for the Home Guard. The sub-committee will‘ meet on Friday evening to do this work and prepare a definite report for another .meeting of the general committee next Monday evening. Sheltonians Leave On Trip To Kansas Miss Georgia Valentine, secre- tary to D. B. Davies, Rayonier district manager, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Harris of Shel- ton, left here yesterday for Ef- fingham, Kansas, to enjoy a visit with Mrs. Valentine’s parents. They will be gone two or three , weeks. I l l UNDERGOES OPERATION Mrs. Walter Allen of Route 3 underwent a successful major op- eration at Shelton hospital Tues- day and is reported recovering very nicely. lStray $10 Bill Returned To E‘ghtml Owner; To Help Make The Sick Well Thursday, May 8, l CHRISTIAN SCIENCE “Adam and Fallen Mail" is the: subject ol‘ the Lossim—Slti'mou3 .-. which will he read in .xEl Churches: A Classified Ad telling of the V of Christ Scientist. Sunday, filmy loss of a ton dollar bill by BOCtV‘ T ‘ , y . . , m 7 ‘1“ ‘ , I 11. 1' Lou Shaw, one of the young can— ll Golden Text: "H‘ by urn- man's; didatcs in the Journal’s subscrip— ofi‘cnsc (imtli rc‘lfzm‘d by one; ‘ tion campaign which ended Sata ‘, t, . . much more they which receive ‘ urd'ay brought quick response‘ 4 is i «lg-i gs 1t. 1 ~ . V , . . ,L (i. . . abundance ol gram oi the ‘ yesterday, Mrs. Ralph Godden‘, 3‘ d 0k p d v gift of riglitwousners in life by one, .zr-sus C. " ll reign lilo— brought in the stray bill which} 1 she had picked up on the streeti MaVv mans 5: 17!. and only waiting for the; -, “no.” “1" C””“‘”‘“ “1"” “Emmi 0““0’" t0 l'L‘Clalm it 1 OPEN rouse: 2 to 4:30 p. m s to 8:30 9-11" ' comprise the Lesson-Sermon lii ~—W‘—»~w~— ‘ ' .1 CONFR‘ED To “our: Reverend Boyce o. the following from the Bible: “.~.ll scripture is given by insoli'ntnni, of God, and is profilrl‘ * doc— trine, for rcprooi‘, to: t‘ m, _, laid. advantage of this opportunity to See .i what a restful, friendly place and how smoothly and he. the - Baptist Church has been confined, to his home since Monday with for _" " {lull . lial is l for instruction in righteou icss: bronchitis. l 9"“ p ' That the man of God. ma" bel ,,,,,,,, ,, ‘ it n: run. Sou Will come, away , .l . l periect, througth lu:';'2.i::ll:ed un-l i with firv,‘ {C(‘li‘no‘ . . a warm fegmw- AI l 1 i I i I m b . , . , ., ,.v ‘, ~, (A. :7” :.;._.. ‘ . . p . . . 5% ‘}£1)g00d won“ A hfl' ‘ ‘ l m. up. 6" 3.1”}, '15 t d j i of pride and confidence in the hospital of l . l 1.10 ul" Jer has on poun l ’ , b l The Lesson—Sermon “"0 includes 35“”1' ‘-'(’”m“”lll."~ the. following from the, Christian Science tcxtb ‘Scic- l nce and Health with Key to New Scriptures" by Mary Baker Eddy: “Christian Science, Separates cr— Parls in 19i3 were of 8~ll\('ll caliber. firing 263-pound shells 75 miles over 3 an area 24 miles high. pa": discover man in the image and raw Drug Store; ror from truth, and breathes likeness of God. We see that man, through the sacred pager; the spir— has never lost his spiritual es- 1 ‘ itual sense of life. substance, and tate and his eternal harmony" ‘ p R E S C R I p T I o N D R U G G I 5 T 5 intelligence. In this Science, wc'l lp.548:2l. Prices effective May 9, 10 and 12th . Enrow'n 1 Lu MOTHER, would you like to have more time for yourself and more money-w dthmde LARGE which to enjoy it? Then, shop here for all your food needs. Four modernl‘ i, at the 1? CUTS DOWN markets under one roof make shopping easier for you. And, our daily loW . ‘ mm: 11 STcafilflglG mean extra money for the movies and the other luxuries that add to the la e libr 8" SAVES living. Easy Shopping—Extra Savings . . . these are our daily gifts to MOTH“ 0 the ary ELASTICITY If you cannot come in—just phone 305. We will do the rest. V, r g3? urmov 1 the re . HOMELIKE FLOUR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49-le- ‘< . ade 3 Fisher’s 1007; hard wheat . . . an excellent broad malam; theta? P FOR"B.O." ¢ 7. ’V ‘ ‘ ' “1 “me PSEO’JEgLS . . . . . . . . 2 cans 7, past“ Fairmont No. 1 PORK&BEANS 2f0r- .33, Fairmont . . . with Tomato Sauce. No. 21/2 cans TOMATOES..........................Scans, With Parce—Silverdale brand. No. 2%» cans. RELIANCE COFFEE ...........i-1b.cans‘g 3-lb.cans................................>.7. It’s better 7 ways. A.» CLOTHES SPARKLING ACTIVE b i (0333370,, 3 for 19¢ Peanut Brittle 23,; Sunny Jini—Fresh Made. 2-lb.jar 29¢ Shoe String Potatoes Flavor SealedwNo. 1 cans. 2cans15¢ Marshmallows Fresh—“14b. cello bags. Zfor ..........25¢ Peanuts 2-lbs. Fresh ron sted Virginia‘s. Walnuts Z-Ibs. No. 1 Calif. Vinegar Reliance Shortening Triple Creamed SPRY 3-lbs. 6—lbs. 51¢ 1.01 TAYS so FRESH AND swear (Its- pure cider. . Sunshine r_ . , Krispy cumsirm v ' Crackers H OLDER}; ,, x 2"“ b°x , '“" ‘ ' " Sunshine SpéClal 30¢ Grahams Send only 50¢ with a Zee or Com- 2-lb. box fort 4—roll package top or the “circle” from Zee (125 ft.) Wax- 1 of each __________ __ 55¢ ed Paper or two “circles” from Zee Roll Towel wrapers to Com- fort Paper Corporation, 343 San- some St., San Francisco, Calif. Embossed Pure White Comfort Tissue... 4/23 Hyde Park‘. White, Green, Orchid / ASSt. COOkleS ZEE ............ .. 4 rolls 19¢ 1-lb. box .......... .- 23¢ Hi Ho Butter Crackers 1-lb. box .......... _. 19¢ it If there is any place where man improves on Nature, the farms and orchards of America. Constant ‘73 cultivation have resulted in better produce and variety. These results are shown in our Producewa '- ment where you make your selections from mouth‘ I y displays 0f Crispy-fresh vegetables and luscious frUIts' ;‘ “a I in today and see these real beauties of Nature. ( '1 ' i ‘ l . bscL PmCBS effective May 9 and 10 -, - Asparagus __________ __ 1 3, No. 1 Sumner. , They enjoy their meals more when your menus are” Oranges .............. ._ built around our choice quality meats. Plan your next: Brimful of rich juice. dinner with a money-saving special from our Meat Department. Grapefruit ________ .. 10-1be Arizona Seedless. ,LEG 0’ PORK ....................... ......... .. lb. Apples ______________ __ 10-1”? ROLLED SHOULDER PORK ...... .. lb. Winesap. Fey. and Ex. Fcyv PORK STEAKS _______ .................. _. lb. 25¢ 28¢ ' 23¢ Rhubarb ______________ 6—lb5‘ Wine color, outdoor grown' PORK onors ........ _..‘ ....................... .. lb. 27¢ Spinach __________ 3,1135. HAMS ................................................ .. ll). Local. H Carsten’s Ready-to-eat. Garden Peas ,,,,,, ,, 2-1139; I .............................. .. lb. Young, fresh, sweet and tende Carsten’s Palace. Tonlatoes ___________ H 2,11)?! SHORT RIBS .................. __ lb. California grown. MUTTON errors ...................... __ 2—lbs. 37¢ Clucumbers __________ ._ ea“, FRESH HALIBUT __________________________ ._ lb. 23¢ “:9 gm“ bu. , . ____________ __ 3 STEWING HENS .......................... lb. 28¢ R3525?“ -- bu, R3,; White . . . dry picked. - , l MORRELL’S QUARTER HAMS __ ea. 1.07 Gigi? 0mm“ "" " 2 h FORMAY .............................. .. 3-“). can 49¢ New Spuds _____ __ 10-1135? Shafter Whites. Lumbermen’s Mercanlie Compq. 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