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May 15, 1941     Shelton Mason County Journal
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Say It :Great Grandchlld Of WITH FLOWERS They Bring Comfort l and Happiness FUNERAL DESIGNS AND HOSPITAL BOUQUETS Delivered anywhere, anytime Travis Floral Sllop Shelton Hardware Bldg. Phone 232 270-W Telegraphic word from Fair- banks, Alaska, this morning in- formed Mrs. Martha Deer of , Shelton of the arrival of another great grandchild. a baby daugh» ter born yesterday to Mr. and Mrs. Lester Dodson, former Shel- ton residents. Mrs. Dodson is the former Delores Smith, grand- daughter of Mrs. Deer. FRESH STRAWBERRY ICE CREAM 15¢ pint 29¢ quart $1.10 gal. RICH RAW MILK ...................... 7. 10¢ qt. REAL BUTTERMILK ................ .. 20¢ gal. Stays; Thin ~ will not whey off ROBERT BINNS Rth Franklin Phone 49-M Here are bargains you have never seen before -- and may never see again! Hurry, sale ends June lst. Equip your car now for the holiday and summer driving season—it may be your last opportunity to get such bargains! AND YOUR OLD TIRE 6.00.16 firestorm CONVOY TIRES What a buy! A Firestone tire packed with thousands of extra miles of dependable service. LIFETIME GUARANTEE Mil/t.sz Lia/5.00.10 its/5.50.13 sat/mu Every Firestone tire carries a written lifetime guarantee— without time or mileage limit. firestorm STANDARD nus. Here is the lowest sale price we've ever had ,1 o n t his big F i r e s t o n e Standard Tire—— a quality tire with a safety trend that gives extra long mile- 33 e . A t t his special SALE PRICE, it is an amazing buy! AND You. OLD TIRE lJO/ljl-fi dim/5.004! iii/lit“ I Eli/5.5%" 5522 $5.22 3522 see." ' (30k! firestorm BATTE RY SA LE SPEED TIRES "I5" QUALITY AT A BARGAIN PRICE Original equip- ment on millions M o r e of cars now {cryout money. Buy to- day and save. ' improved to give still longer mileage and greater safety. ' 6.00-16 AND YOUR OLD mt EXEIIANGE Come In and got your eonplluutar ask! a o! {be new ldcbolle Firestone glen-Mold flower suds. They are your: for the «kill! and All Union Oil Service. Stations l l l Mrs. Deer In Alaska: l i l l l s SHELTON—MASON COUNTY JOURNAL Army Maneuvers Dewatto Notes (Continued from Page One) Beryl L. Boyce, 39th Field Ar- tillery Battallion, in charge, of- fice in postofficel; Elma Infantry, in charge. office in city hall); Centralia (Lieutenant C01- onel Kresky in temporary charge, office in National Guard Armory), Winlock and PcEll. Other of- ficers will be detailed about June lst. Land Owners To Be Visited l Patriotic and loyal citizens inl ~the territory defined above will} be visited at some time between now and August 1st. and asked_ to sign a “Form‘280,” which is Army language for a permission to occupy their land. This oc- cupancy is not meant to be harm- ful in any way to the occupant! Houses. lawns, outbuildings, fences, cultivated patches will not be knowingly touched. If some fences are: cut, they will be re~ paired before the troops leave} If any damage is done, if it is shown to the officer who will come around after the maneuver, to get his “release,” it will be either fixed up or the owner will be compensated. These soldiers are the sons and! ‘ brothers of the people of Western 1‘ Washington, as well as the whole —-—-——-o————-——————-————-____.__.__ ..__.__ ___ LL- 4”. L A United States, and will not know- ingly harm anyone or anything. Patriotic citizens can help ma-i terially by comingr in to see the' officers in their district, who will be glad to answer any questions; regarding the operation of the] Board. Very fine cooperation has! been obtained to date from Cham— I bers of Commerce, and similar bodies. It is the man who lives! in the country districts that can. contribute his part to the great2 effort of National Defense by tak- ing an intelligent interest in this maneuver, letting the Army use his land, and establishing West- ern Washington as a most patrio- tic section of these United States. Commencement l (Continued from Page One) Donald Eagle, Mal-y Eager, Walter Eddy. June Eliason, Jean Elliott. Eulas Fisher, Priscilla Franck- m, Floyd Fuller. Weldon Galloway, Robert Gates, Shirley Gerhardt, Hugo Giaser,l Marguerite Gonter. Lloyd Gruvcr,‘ Frances Gunter, Frank Guycr. l . Carol Jeanne Hatcher, Joy Hay I den, Vernabelle Hurst. Betty Lee Jemison, Edward Jen- nings, Shirley Jones. Robert Kimbel, Victor King, Gene chsbu, Myron Klink, Alcen Kneeland, Allen LaBissoniere, Kenneth Latham, Ralrm LeDrew, Helen Leman, Robert Lemke, Do- rothy Leuch, Virginia. Look. Trev Hadsen, Margaret Mal- lows, James Maloney, James Mc- Comb, Thelma McGee, Elmer; Meek, Eloise Meininger, Warren Melcum, Fae Pierce Miller, Mar- garetta. Miller, Peggy Miller, Bet- ty Moon, Betty Jean Morehousc, Clarabelle Morris. ‘ l James Nash. Joyce Nason, Stu- art Nutt. l Hardig Olund. Donna O'Neill, Jeannette O’Neil, Nedra Oppelt, Nita Oppelt. Phillip Palmer, Robert Pear- son, Betty Pierce, Gwendolyn / Plemons. l Spencer Read, ' Coraetta Ren- i skers, Donald Rose. James Rose, Dorothea Rucker, Thelma Ruff. Helen Schillinger, Peggy Scott,- Margaret Shumway, Lorraine Simmons. Jack Smith, Jolln' Smith, Walter Snelgrove, Wileyl Surrat. Evelyn Tanner, Peggy Town- send. Thelma Turner. George Valley. Mildred Van— Cleave, Elizabet hVanOverbeke. Leonard Westlund, Velma Wil- son. I Marie Yarr. II TEACHERS LEAVING SHELTON SCHOOL SYSTEM Eleven teachers of the 1940-41 faculty staff in the Shelton school system will not return next year for various reasons, City School Supt. H. E. Loop announced to- day. They include Miss Myrtle Red- iske and Miss Doris Tartc of the Bordeaux grade school, both of whom are to be married this summer; Mrs. Nellie Pugh, who is retiring after years of teach- ing in the Shelton system, Cona nic Clumb and Alda Johnson, both of whom were married during the school year, all of the Lincoln grade school; Fales Martin, Miss Anna Hertzberg and Miss Mil- dred Monk, who are seeking other positions, and Miss Ruth Wyman, who is to be married, from the junior high school; and Miss Harriet ,Holmanf who is to be married, and Miss Margaret Mow- ry, who has asked a year's leave to rest, from the senior school. Some others among the unmar-l ried men in the system may also‘ be lost through the draft, Supt. Loop pointed out, but they have been offered contracts along with all fIthhel‘ members of this year’s sta . CAMP FIVE MAN ILL Archie Qdams of Camp 5 was admitted to Shelton hospital yes- terday for medical treatment. DANCE at DAYTON Saturday May 17 l Music by Four Aces Gents 35¢ Ladies 10¢ (1st 1 Lieutenant Harvie E. Walker, 15th [ l Mrs. [ out. ‘Deeny superintendent of Shelton high day night's “r ,l MARRIAGE Mothers Day As One of Visiting By Mrs. P. “H Nance Dewatto, May 13. Ad— The 50” club met again Friday evening. The usual three tables were in play. First prizes were awarded to Mrs. Gordon Cunningham and Clarence Williams; second high to Clarence Williams and P. W. Nance. Mrs. Anne King was a guest of the evening. A boun- teous lunch was served after the cards. There will be only one more party in the series, which will be held May 23rd. Mrs. George Ellis celebrated her birthday Wednesday, the'7th. by having several friends to lunch. and Mr. and Mrs. Ellis were on- tertained in the evening by Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Nance for sup- per and cards. Mr. and Mrs. Army Dahl spent the weekend at their home in Vaughn. Mr. and Mrs. Minard Babcoek also went to Vaughn for the weekend. Sunday was a beautifulday. but toward evening 'we had quite a rain-storm with thunder and a heavy wind. A number of fish- ermen were out, but no good catches were reported. Most of {the mothers celebrated Mother's Day by staying home and enter- taining their families. . Mr. Geo.‘ Ellis was in Tacom on business over the weekend. Their two-year-old daughter has been sick with a cold. Wayne Stelting of Maywood, {spent the weekend with friends in Dewatto. Mr. Dailey of Seattle, a timber cruiser for Pope and Talbot. and Art Brooks, also an employee of Pope and Talbot Lumber C0,, were business visitors in Dcwatto Valley last Friday. The cabins and bunk-houses be- longing to the Dewatto Logging Co., are being moved out. Mr. Shumacher moved his two build- ings out also last week. They were loaded on trucks and hauled It makes Dewatto look kind .of forlorn, but it will soon be built up again. as people are now looking for land almost ev- ery day. - Payne Funeral Friday, 1 p. m., From Witsiers Funeral services for Edward D. Payne; prominent Mason County Christmas tree dealer who died suddenly Tuesday at his homeI on Potlatch Route. will be held Friday at one o'clock from Wit- siers Chapel with the Rev. G. T. Bratvold, Mt. View Chapel sup- ply pastor, in charge. ‘ Burial will follow in the Ma- sonic division of Shelton Mcmor~ ial Park. Mr. Payne had been engaged in the Christmas tree business here for the past five years, being the largest shipper from this territory for the past two years. He had i l i i i i l l i l l l l l l been a resident of Mason Countyl since 1936 and of ,WashingtOn since 1900. Survivingare his widow, Grace, of Portland; one daughter. Mrs. Valeze Webber, of Potlatch Route, at whose home he died; two sis,— ters, Mrs. Eva Brockshink. Potlatch Route, and Mrs. Erma. Thomas, of Olympia; and four nephews, Jacob Haller, Harry, Aubrey,’ and Elmo Thomas, and one niece. Mrs. Lois Barber, in Mason County. He was born at Rocheport, Mis- souri, on December 9, 1870. Triple Kiwanis Ladies Program Kiwanlans of three towns will gather in Shelton next Tuesday evening for a ladies night pro- l gram at the Shelton Hotel with the Hoquiam group staging the entertainment program. Olympia and Shelton Kiwanians will enjoy it. along with’their ladies. ‘ At last Tuesday‘s weekly Shel- ton Kiwanis meeting Miss Zella l l Of l l i l . Due Tuesday Eve' I General Hospital. and Miss Doro-l thy LaBarr, dietician of the hos- pital here, gave brief talks tied to National Hospital Day, which had been observed the previous day. Major E. M. Taylor, 9th Field Artillery Battalion, who will direct the summer war games in this area in August and September, will speak briefly to next Tues— gathering on just what is expected of the public in the maneuvers and what the Army will do to repair any damage done to property by the troops. LICENSES l i H. Jesse Thompson, 29. Monroe, land Anna Olson, legal, Forks, at l Shelton, May 15. Ben Clare, 33, Mariette, l l and Lilly Joyce, 31, Bremerton, at Shelton. May 14. Harold Arneson, 24. and Ellen Gaylord, 20. both of Tacoma, at lShelton, May 13. Writer Of Spurious A petty larceny charge was Bremerton today by Police Chief Ray Starwich after he was ap- prehended for cashing worthless checks in Shelton. Whittaker was turned over to Prosecutor Frank Heuston for prosecution, possibly on a strong- er charge than the petty larceny wich said. LAD IN HOSPITAL, Peter Kruger, 7, son of. Mrs. Sarah Kruger of Route 1,"Shel- ton, was admitted to Shelton hos- pitrll yesterday for medical cal-e. charge now against him, Star“ i l I l Checks Is Arrested } filed against W. H. Whittaker of ' l l l l 'l i l l HERE’S HOW YOU GET IT! Cincinnati, Ohio. A l Your "‘1 Coupons LARGE. Giant Ears L o To US for Gigant 59¢¢ Med. 3/17¢ o 9 90.04.. 9 O”. o o u o o .0 o o .’c o o o o o “0.0..” o o o o o o o, - ... o .0 .c Flflll. SIFTER Just send 10 wrappers or box tops —-— 2 each from any of the Procter ‘8: ' Gamble household helpers listed below—to Flour_ SifterLDept. D, Box,535, SEND NO MONEY! Cigarettes 2 pkgs. 3 ‘ All Popular Brands Carton $1.59 Shellord dlleeso Assorted in 6-07.. Swankey (misses Rolled Oats HANDY NEW-TYPE New funnel-shaped bottom Sifts flour directly into measuring CUP without spilling. See it in the biz . Housecleam'ng Sale display in 0111' ._‘~ store! ‘ ‘ " ' Your sitter willbe'sent you"poslpaid. 23y: 23¢ o-ll. bag 3’. 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Double Cola or OrangefiBox and Bottle deposit extra 1 agild p1 0151an 3X 0:- r Spr Plnt .............. .. 59¢ 3' LOCAL EGGS ............................ 2 dozen V, Quart .x. Strictly fresh speCIal A large the N ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ’ " :t: 11 . 1/2 gallon ____ __ 1.59 SUNBRITE CLEANSER ---- - -- 3 ca . . 3: quuld Wax ..... .... .. pt. 20¢ .g. Arrow No-Rllllbinfl- «it. 37m . :3: Reno] Pollsh .......... .. qt. 75¢ .g. filai'ford'sw-fnr fr.lllliiill-e :3: 0 Cedar Polish 25¢ 4. s RICE l'n bottles Aralso 50c 517.0 :3: Liquid Veneer ...... .. 4-07... 25¢ -§~ 3.. KR .5: 12—02. bottle 50v, 2:: . Shl-nup Cream ...... .. jar 25¢ 4' grid Silver Polisll—Jnllllsml's :3: Silver Cream .......... .. lb. 35¢ Wright's "' I Meat Specials! Hen Turkeys lb. 29c Roast Pork lb. 21o Pork Steak lb. 23c Pork Chaps lb. 25c l0|N PORK CHOPS . . . lb. 290 SLICED BACON ...... .. l/z-lb. pkg 15¢ Morrell’s SHORT RIBS .......................... .. lb. 13¢ Steer Beef ALL PORK SAUSAGE .......... .. lb. 19¢ DOG FOOD ............ .; .......... .. 3 cans 23¢ Carsten’s ‘ COLORED FRYERS, WHITE STEW HENS Lumbermen’s Mercantile C Your Complete Department Store ORANGES ... . . . . . lO-lbs- m; ; Sweet. Juicy Navels CUC’UMBERS . . Long Green LETTUCE . . . . .. lge. heads New Local GARDEN PEAS lb. ancy Telephone 0 GRAPEFRUIT ........ ., 10—11’5' Arizona Seedlcss on...- 0 LOCAL SPINACH ...... ._ 3—le, Sumner Long Green 0 ASPARAGUS .......... 24"" Local Sumner 0 LOCAL NEW BEETS 3411’” 0 NEW SPUDS ____________ ,, mine, 0 LOCAL R‘ADISHES .... .. 3 W LOCAL si'.i STRAWBERRIES Ma “Where Quality Meets Price?» ,