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May 22, 1941     Shelton Mason County Journal
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May 22, 1941

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Page Four O O O O O O O O O ‘0 O.“.”.”.”.O 0.0 0.0 0.0 9.0 0.0 ATTENTthT Predator Hunters: Only a few more weeks left to win one of several fine prizes donated by Mason County Mer- chants. Let’s Get ’Em N owl Best time of yea r to kill crows. hawks, etc. while they are nest- ing. Hoop CANAL SPORTSMEN ASS’N. «gaze; Naturalization Class In Session Thursdays" Attention. non—citizens' A new1 iclass in naturalization has just‘ ‘started, to help those who wish‘ to become Citizens of the United‘ ‘ States prepare themselves for the required tests when their natural—i lZfltlUll time arrives. There is no charge instruction. Classes books . at 1 for Ol‘ hwot 6:30 p. m. eat-h Thursday at the: Social Security building, 2327 Rail— road Avenue in Shelton. l MARRIA and Minnie E. VVickart, attle. atheattlc. May 19. E.'D.-’-O'Kclley, 38, and Marian‘ o o o o o o o o o o o o Lane, 24. both of Seattle, at 0.09.”.OOOOOOOO.OO.O?.OO.OO.OO.OO¢Q Shelton, “fay 20- FRESH FRUITS Fresh TOMATOES 2-Ibs. 15:6, 2D... ,,,,,,,, .. SEE- La‘rge, Fresh Speals or Friday, Satuday and Monday and VEGETABLES GRAPEFlllllT shopimgia'gzsc “inn-linens No. 1 VVVVVVVVVV lb. 10¢ No. 2 f. ____ 3-lbs. 25¢ ORANGES Shopping Bag 490 Guaranteed POTATOES C Grade WINESAPS Large Heads lETTlICE Large Can [Pork & Beans 100‘ Z-Lb. Ctn. Crackers Vhicken —_ Bleach ‘xégal- 19c Cashmere Bouquet Soap 4ha . r ’ l ricasse he 50-Ibs. 59c 7-Ibs. 250 3 for lilo Bartlett I Pears All-w Flavors .191: én27c Supreme ln'Cello Brown __—._——— Ripe Olives Tomato luice rs 26c i B THE "MEASURING STICK”— shows you how OUTMEASURES lhe “other lwo“-—in major dimensions! much the l94l Ford [min I“ VIM" HERON! mm 5" lESS SAME 1" LESS l 3%" 13532;" lESSi1%"' ass! i I [EAR SEAT Klillflfll‘ 17 Hull SEAT HEADEDUI SPllllE- EASE "on DWI IIIUSMIELD 3%" ms 11-" LESS 780- Ill. 'i. 8 2 [£88 LESS 2" (es: 1%" as When you compare this year’s cars for ROOMINESS you’ll see. by the “Measuring Stick” in our showroom that the Ford “Leads the Leaders” at practically every important comfort l'i‘ point “size up” thé'field with the this gleaming big 1941 Ford! ‘ ‘If you want the ROOMIEST car for your money ' ,E‘AMeasuring‘Stickl” You’ll choose Mom Ford was first in its class for ECONOMY. took-proved in the big official 599-mi1e Gilmore- Grand Canyon Economy Run! > GET THE FACTS YOU’LL GET A FORD! AND a: llCE‘NSESj . \Vallace O. Berry,'26, Shelton: 25, Se—1 Gelatin Mayonnaise: qt. 90V Candlelight Service For Baptists Sunday; In connection with the l'k‘f.{'illili'i Baptist Church Harrier-s next Sunday evening, the \‘.’.\‘.".G‘. group ‘ oi" the church will pres it spe—f (:ial candlelight services m the. form ol‘ drama 1:11d:~i' the dir'ecw Lion of Mrs. Earl i‘TOllPllillllSL and Miss BeatricH Miller, f!,(‘lif)l'fll!l§_')' ti) Pastor J. O. fizlver. l l l l l l Special Masonic Meet : Slated Friday Night; l A special met-ting of Mt. IVIOY“, iah Masonic Lodge will be’hcld, ‘Friday evening at 7:30 in the}, jMasonic Temple for the purpose} of conferring a first degree, Lodge , Secretary J. L. Catto remindt-d' members today. Grade “A” Large EGGS BACON we COFFEE M528 Special 2 Lbs. ...... .. COOKIES l’k‘éa. ...... .. 25¢ JAM, lge.can Qt. Jar .............. .. :A, l 15c has. "796 3% Sugar 3mg 19c _.H_. c.._;_ pt. can lie 46-02. 190 \ NEW FORD RIDE 71571755121 Mr Mam yaw/ml [57!] @ "rm: 1' Rina-snap!"— shows, how lhe remarkable “Slow-Molion Springs"creale FORD RIDING EASE, that's one of ’ihe most talked-about developmenls of l94l.‘ SHE New idea for LTON-MASON COUNTY JOURNAL ,. The hanging garden, a new win- dow box for inside the house, has been developed for window plants and indoor gardening. The idea was introduced at recent flower shows. l‘v/lasstifodu—CTion Within 100 Days John D. Biggers, director of the OPM Production Division, told the House Military Affairs Com- mittee that the U. Sfiis within “100 days olfl,“r.ea1 mass produc- tion of some of its most vital war material,” during testimony at a recent hearing on proposed labor legislation. County Gets‘is‘9,444.2t In State School Money; MasonjCounty received state school money to the sum of $9,- Shelton 444.27 in May apportionments, County Supt. J. E. nounced yesterday. From the state current school fund comes $8,402.19, while from the county equalization fund paid by the state comes an additionall $1,04 2.08, he reported. Even before the defense expan- l CFOSSman, 3b .. sion began, American factories were spending more than a billion and a quarter dollars per year for new machinery, equipment, construction and land, according to the Census. ,._._ t .1 Slow wavy line shows how the sensational new Ford “Slow-Motion Springs” smoothlont the Ride after car travels over road bump. I'll-Infl- .~----“-‘--------- wm: 'rms Showing how, with stiffer, faster-acting springs, afiect of bump on passengers in the car is bound to be both greater and longer-lasting. ...../ \."f-.~_’,¢y..._’..._. When you make RIDE comparisons now, you’ll experience the dramatic story charted here in the “Ride-graph!” You’ll experience a wholly new ride based on upward of a dozen big improvements in springs, shock absorbers, stabilizer and frame! A ride so amazingly SMOOTH and LEVEL and QUIET that it’s been switching new car buyers to Ford in nearly every city in America! I l l smacked two triples, one with the! lbases loaded, to drive home three Imore tallies, lLatham drove in a pair of tal- llies with two hits. 5 Martin 3’" , Lumsden, . I I ,z I l l l I Sherwood 2, White 3. ——Ca.rlson 3, Phillips 7, White 1.» ! BIRDSEYE VIEW OF CAPITOL l group, shown on the right. Prep Baseball (Continued from Page One) Highclimbers Tuesday by blitzing tow-headed Elmer Carlson for; five runs in the third inning to take a 6 to 3 lead. Coach Homer Taylor rushed Jess “Rookie” Phil- lips into the battle and the soph- omore righthander proceeded to completely handcuff the Eagles the rest of the way, giving up only one hit and fanning seven in slightly over five innings on the rise. Bob Puhn worked the ninth and escaped unscathed after a walk and two errors loaded the bags after two were out. i From the offensive end the Highclimbers had their batting togs on. Centerfielder Ken Fred- son slammed out four bingles, one a triple, and drove in three runs, First Sacker Earl Lumsden Shortstop Warren, Woods hit three times and scored} three times, and Catcher e n Stow It Away In 7th After Elma took that 6 to 3I edge in the third the Highclimb- ers came back with a pair in their half of the same frame and. then grabbed the lead with an-i other pair in the fifth as Fredsoni and Jim McComb hit triples be- hind Woods’ single. Shelton stowed the scrap away beyond doubt in the seventh with a. six-run outburst“ after the side} should have been retired without a score. Lumsden’s triple with the bags reeling was the potent. wallop in this uprising. , l The box score: Elma AB Winders, 3b-p .. 4 Lofgren, c . .. Thayer, cf ...... .. White, 1b-p .... ._ Jacobsen, rf—lb Petty, 1f .......... .. Barker, ss Sherwood, p I. Ingham, 2b McNester, 3b Finert, rf ...... a. Bechtol Totals omommowokuu wmwmpoc ACNHWOO N @OOHHHHHOHOOW> 0 Woods, ss Eredson, cf McComb, 2b .... __ Latham, c ...... .. VanOverbeke, 1f Waldburger, rf lPearce, 3b-ss ,. : Carlson, p ...... .. H OOCOHOOrF-OONNNCJO Johnson, 11? Page, rf .......... .. b LeDrew ...' ..... Phillips, p-rf Puhn, p ..... .. Totals ordooooouowi—Aoonowu moooooos—u—u-AHHHE OHoooor-‘HOHml—aomu: ClOCOOOl-‘OONHHO: O .......... ..40 13 16 27 a batted for Ingham in 9th. b batted for Page in 8th. ooooool-Aoowoomoootll CYOOOOOOl-‘HOHHi—‘H 2 0 0 J 0 O 0 2 0 O O O 0 0 Score by Innings Elma ................ .105 000 000--. 6, hits ........... .103 100 000— 5' Shelton ..212 020 sex—13, hits .............. ..322 031 41xuis iSUMMARY: 3-base hitsmLums- lden 2, Fredson, McComb. 2-base hits—Lofgren, White. Runs bat- ted inr—Lumsden 3, Fredson 3, ILatham 2, McComb. Phillips, White 3, Barger 2. Innings pitch- ed—Carlson 2 2/3, Phillips 5 1/3, Puhn 1, Sherwood 2, White 5,l Winders 1. Runs scored off —— Carlson 6, Sherwood 3, White 10. Runs responsible foerarlson 4, Struck out 5 Walks—Carlson 2, Puhn 1, VVhite' Winning pitcherflPhillips. Losing pitcher—*White. Stolen bases—Woods, Fredson. Umpire ——Jack Stewart. Red Cross May Meeting I Mason County Red Cross Chap- “ Monday evening at eight o'clock| ron Lund announced today. I, At the same time he announced the home nursing class scheduled, for this Friday evening has beenl postponed until next Tuesday eve- ' ning. ‘ i i l planted only in U. S. gardens as but now, 40 years later, the man- . ufacture of soybean oil, cake, and {544,000,000 3 year industry be- fore the manufactured value of products from these soybean ma- terials is taken into account. Power equipment needed to 0p- erate the 184,000 U. S. factories ; has generating power capacityi, equal to over 51 million horses. l A baby is born every 14 sec-1 onds in the United States, accord- 1 .1- l ing to the Census. The under- .taker is called every 23 seconds. 4. Hit by pitchel‘chtty by Carl- 1 g I son. Scheduled Monday Eve ter will hold its May meeting next i ' in the courthouse, Chairman My- 5 Prior to 1900, the soybean wasl 3 a curious plant from the Orient, : meal according to the Census is i I l l ..' l l Photo: Washington State Progress Commission and Washington hewspuper Publishers Association A new airplane view of Washington State’s $12,000,000 Capitol group at ' Olympia with the Transportation Building, newest addition to the l Nominations F 0 r Legion Are Opened Nominations for new American Legion officers were opened by Fred B. Wivell post at its semi- monthly meeting Tuesday even- ing with further nominations per— missable at each succeeding meet- ing Commander John Eliason said to- day. Excellent crowds at the Show which the post is sponsoring" on the will profit, the commander reported. A Homer Taylor! Ed Faubcrt and . this oath unviolated - may it be granted to me to enjoy me it" E' .E' Brewer is m Charge of sold the practice of the art respected by all men in all times m ectmg the post S delegate to Bays should I trespass and violate (his oath- may the reverse be my '0 State and has until June 19 to make its choice, Commander Elia- SOl’l Disappearance of horses and mules on American farms in 20 years has taken away the capa- city 70 million acres, according to the Census. entire'farm acreage of Iowa and Missouri combined, and would be sufficient to feed 84 million hu- man population. ! Thursday, May 221‘ Bookeeping Class To '; Commence On Tuesday TREATED AT HOS, Ole Ankcr of A113’’1 . mitth to Shelton hospt‘i terday for medical alien v l Free instruction in WPA adult‘ “ education classes will be given lull thoso over 16 years of age {who are. interested in first and isccond year bookkeeping. l A. new class will start next Simply sprinkle Brut“; ' , Tuesday evening, May 27, at and 1,9,] phoning. nll( seven o'clock in the Sopial 80- marks and (‘reviees- 31011115;t ' a 111‘ curity building, 527 Railroad avc—‘ BE'HACH arts as a_ S‘V‘S, Featu nue. pellent, and '“ot-tit‘ld“ 7,7..- .c....,,._,d.4_ your home this asy 0 I In H. ' Sifter Cans -» SON BORN WEDNESDAY (lro S d " ' ; Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hughes of lShelton became parents of a l baby son born at Shelton hospital Wednesday. I SWEAR BY APOLLO THE PHYSlCl \N and Aesculapius 3"". Health v and All-Heal and all the gods and goddesses d according to my ability and judgment ' I will keep This oath 3“ this stipulation u to reckon him who taught me this art equnlz‘ dear to me as my paren.“ to share my substance with him . relieve his necessities if required v to look upon his oflspring I” . the same footing as my own brothers and to teach them m" ' art if they shall wish to learn it without fee or stipulation and that by precept v lecture 8: every other mode of instruction will impart a knowledge of the an to my own sons v and to W h of my teachers and to disciples bound by a stipulation and 05““ L, according to the law of medicine but to none others a l “i follow that system of regimen which ‘ according to my ab n 3 ‘1 ilily I and judgment r I consider for the benefit of my patients 3““ abstain from whatever is deleterious and mischievous :1 I give no deadly medicine to anyone if asked nor suggest a": such counsel ' and in like manner I will not give to a woman“I :1 pessary to produce abortion :3 With purity with holiness I Vi" -. pass my life 8: practlce my art :I I will not cut persons labor 2‘ under the stone v but will leave this to be done by men who 3“! practitioners of this work I: Into whatever houses I enter 1 "m go into them for the benefit of the sick and will abstain "ova. every voluntary act of mischief 8: corruption and further “o I the seduction of females or males of freemen and 5151"” Whatever in connection with my profes'sional practice 0r " i « in connection with it v I see or hear in the life of men ' W“. “ ought not to be spoken of abroad I will not divulge v as reCkol‘mp that all such should be kept secret :: While I continue (0 1‘“ until the election in .luiy, , Mt. View prairie this week assure the post of a tidy of if it committee consisting E I said. i _ A4 ‘ l u ICHAQD E. GRENaBI ERG. Pnop- R. u HlllllS PHESCRIPllllllS is NE 0031 llllPlllllHlll Pfllll or our BUSINESS II to consume the food from This is more than the '1. . pa. J .‘ ( v all As"? F! CITY MARKE BUTTER TIDBITS or CRUSH ED PINEAPPLE FORMAY Broken SHRIMP anns 2 Nalley's TANG Qt.........29¢ 5 ¢ BISQUICK ............. ...... ._ pkg. 31¢ JELLO ............................ ._ pkg. 5¢ SUPER SUDS ............ pkg. 21¢ PALMOLIVE . . ,, 3 bars 18¢ PEAS ............................ __ 3 cans 29¢ PORK & BEANS ...... .. 3 cans 25¢ JUMBO OLIVES ............ .. pt. 21¢ FRUIT SALAD _. 4 cans 49¢ WALNUT MEATS %-lb. 25 SUNSHINE 7 Shl‘d.Rst.Porklb.19._ , Beef Boil -ylb.15_,y Sodas ; 2-110s. 27¢ Grahams 2~lbs. 29¢ Sausage 2-Ils. 'VEGETABLES Ext.__Lge. Lettuce 2 .........a— NewSpuds . 9-lbs. 25¢ New Peas. . . 2~lbs. 23¢ Lemons doz. 19¢ Grier-LN ONIONS and Radishes . . . 6 for 10¢ FRESH STRATWBEBRHES and GOOSEBERRIES /9¢ Steaks lb. 3 "‘9 Pure Lard .. . ..3;lbs. , MuttonChops . Zelbs.3 Leg Mutton . . . . . . lb. 1 Pard Dog Food 3 cans 2 Mutton Stew . . . .. 1b. FRESH SALMON #- HALIBUT a L COD