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May 27, 1941     Shelton Mason County Journal
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Page Four RE-ADMITTED AS PATIENT l Mark Pickens, advertising man-‘ ager at the L. M., was readmitted 1 to Shelton hospital Saturday forl medical treatment. His condition was reported today to be rapidly improving. ? View under $100 bond lll a ,,.J M, L .. .__.-..___,,..AAhei 7—. M..- 7“ Much? .. ADDIINISTRATOR NARIED Edvin Tingelstad was appoint-' ed as administrator de bolus noui the late Hildur Onsrud of Grape—i mitted to Shelton, hospital supe by Judge 1). F. for the estate 0fl James Evans of, :i'N‘llUll rior court. Ul'ut‘l” day for medical .carc. Mypflk/Wllpflfiy\. “Thanks foothe lovelydinner!” will be oft-repeated music to your ears when youcook with a Generalllz‘lectric Ra'nge. ' Roasts, pies, cakes, cooked in: the new “Flavor-Saver” Oven, taste different— even look different—for they are not dried out. Moisture and flavor are sealed-g in. Stews and vegetables, cooked in the new Deep Well Thrift .Cooker that ELECTRIC RANGE a: ., i Brilliantly .N. m I} «r \with so many features RADIANTUBE Every Frigidaire equipped with t . so“ :M“ You get on these Feb! 0 Radiantube Coolii’rf‘g’Units 0 Big Twin-Unit Oven 0 Automatic Oven Temperature Control, . ‘" ’ o High-Speed Broiler " O Smokeless Broiler Rack 0 Thermizer Deep-Well Cooker ‘ . [Sta karma/My: Mir/Am. v lOWEst PRICESLEVER‘ifor, lFrigiduire Electric Ranges exclusive Radiantube cooking units.18% faster; .- 15% more efficient, much more economical. ures .' 0 Large Storage Drawers 0 Built-in Timc’Signal 0 Automatic Oven Light ‘\ o Lifetime Porcelain Finish—Z « ,Inside and Out ' Cook-Master" Oven Control illustrated. opt! . cam: AND :55 A DEMONSTRATION! steams-in all their goodness, are dee-li- cious! Savory'siZZling steaks geta"Char- coalike" broil-«With the famous Broiler. And think! No more smoke and soot. No more greasy walls. No more "hot-- stove” discomfort. Cook the clean, cool, fast, safe, automatic way—at a current; cost of only one cent per meal per person. Ask about new low prices, too. MODEL cuss-41 COME IN AND SEE THE NEW New -M0rc for Yourme --Inside and (tut! UNITS range is he new,‘ ,. ’11 .J inless Porcelain Cooking Top . , x .u. onal at slight extra cost. iv: M , ,y L. fir' Vright 1 lb] HOSPITAL SATURDAY Model CD:- SHELTON-MASON COUNTY JOURNAL Range—Is Equipped With Calrod Units Featuring performance - proved ‘ Calrod units, the new General i Electric Ranges present the high- icst achievomcnts in electric range ‘ manufacture, according to Harvey L Robbins of Robbins Electric, local ,dealcrs for General Electric ap- pliances.‘ ‘ Some of the features which the are: . :SPE‘ED’WCooking starts on Cal- rod in less than 30 seconds. j SAVINGSwAccurate, measur- cd 'heat eliminates wasted heat. l LONG LIFF-e-Tests indicate life 4, of 15 years or more, under normal I use. ‘ (7LEANLINESS-~—Calrod are rust—proof and self-cleaning. FLEXIBILITY—Five heats for every cooking need from super- speed to simmer. The new, improved General Electric Triple-Oven is designed and tested to give outstanding re- sults in greater speed, economy land flexibility. The Tripl-Oven has 2054 greater capacity than ordinary ovens for roasting and ibaking, and for complete dinners to meet your desires delicious food. 7 The Speed Oven is large enough for 80‘}; of your oven needs. It lgives maximum speed and eco~ nomy, as well as best results in “small-oven" capacity. No other range gives you the Plus convenience and simplicity of cooking by color. Each unit, the Thrift Cooker, and the oven have an indicating light to tell you when the heat is on. But more for i than that, there’s a color for each heat to tell you at a glance what each unit is doing. Eagles Dinner, ' Dance Wednesday Low cost dining and dancing will be at Sheltonians’ doorsteps this Wednesday evening the Shelton Eagles aerie holds its double feature event in the new Moose Hall with a turkey dinner for fifty cents and a dance for an added quarter. Servings for dinner will be available from five to eight o’- clock, the dance begins at nine with good music guaranteed, and during the evening a door prize valued at $100 will be awarded. Midnight refreshments will close the program. A keno table will be still another entertainment feature available to attenders. Mark Treason Cajds I Net 72 in Medal Play tournament Sunday which mark- at the Shelton Golf Course. This weekend a‘ double holiday gives local golfers two chances t l get into competitive action. blind bogey tournament will held Memorial Day followed by Tombstone tournament Sunday. } Play in each case starts at ten i o'clock. l i Cairod unit. briiigs'to G. E. rangesi units i oven ' l l l l l l SIDELINE S'LANTS By BILL DICKlE COACHING CHANGES Now seems to be one of the times of year, with teachers' con- tracts coming out, that coaching changes in the high schools pop up with frequency. Here in the Southwest Con- ference Montesano has made the initial move in the coaching chess game with Warren =Flan- agan. athletic mentor there for the past five years, moving into the Hoquiam faculty, so far as is known at the ;m,omcnt without a coaching assignment. In Flanagan's place has gone Dick Rowe, Chehalis junior high coach who is known to the Shelton coaching fraternity. Montesano has also promoted- Lloyd Enz, former coach of jun- ior high sports there, to the prin— cipalship of the senior high school. Another change, but having no bearing on the S. W. conference, .sends Floyd Hicks, who coached little St. John high of Eastern, Washington to second place in the state prep hoop tournament fli‘rigidaire T0 big improvement in the flavor and more tempting appear- Featur-e 5-Speed Radiantube Unitl, After years of research, Frigid airc and General Motors bring the public the new and exclusive Ra- diantubc units . for dependablei cooking service. Results of tests in laboratories as well as in the. kitchens of Frigidaire Electrici Range users have proved theSe new units for quality, speed, ec0-: nomy, and dependability. l This is the statement of George Ashbaugh of the Lumbermen’si Mercantile 00., local Frigidaire; dealers. ' With five practical speeds, Ra- diantube units give you accu- rately controlled heat for every cooking need . . . fast, economical, without waste. You‘ll notice a better ance of foods. Vitamins are sav- ed, because foods are cooked in their own natural juices. HIGHwSuper Speed for boiling water, to bring foods to cooking temperatures quickly . . . or when— ever you want intense heat. MEDIUM HIGH~~Regular fry- last March, goes to Snohomish as, ing for chickens, chops, steaks, head coach. friend of Frank Willard, Shelton‘s prep basketball mentor.’ l l l l ATHLETIC ODDITY When all five members of the Associated bowling lineup from Shelton placed in the money in the N.I.B.C. singles at Portland early this month they accom- plished a feat, so far as Al Ferrler, sage of local pin cir- cles, knows, that has seldom if ever before been achieved. ODDS ’N ENDS Figger it out if you can but it doesn’t make Sense the way ath- iletic teams do things some times when l lference play in the past two sea- I . 1 l l With a card of 78-8-70, Marki pin won that game. to 5- : Fredson captured the medal play‘ . . . frinstance, Montesano's only two victories in the S. W. prep conference baseball race this spring were, over Aberdeen, yet the Bobcats proved to be tough customers for both Shelton and Olympia, the league’s top clubs, to handle. In fact, the Bobcats have handed Shelton ,the only two defeats it has suffered in con- ‘sons (business of rapping on wood cuz Shelton meets Olympia again Thursday, ya know). Aberdeen didn’t beat Glynipia this year but would have last; week with any kind of a nod from Madam Luck. Seems that a cinch home run blow by Les Barry, Bobcat catcher, hit one of the rightfield light poles dead center and bounced clear back to the infield and Barry was .held to two bases instead of the circuit. A man was on base at the time, too. Olym- Wiggs Kaiser, the new Shelton Logger pitcher, was promptly ed the weekend golf competition, dubbed “Kay” by his new team— lmates last Sunday. Kaiser has lplayed some ball in the Western ‘International league but after ,watching him with men on bases. be one rsees‘instantly why he didn’t a i last- ‘long.’ The new hurler evi- " dently has never been taught how to‘hold runners to the bags and lwhen a pitcher can’t do that his Control Enrol-Value Features! 0 Radiantube Cooking Units 0 Big Twin-Unit Oven 0 Automatic Oven Temperature 1. QHigh-Speed Broiler O Thermizer Deep-Well Cooker 0 Large Storage Drawer ' 0 Cooking Top Lamp 0 Lifetime Porcelain Finish—- . Inside and Out ‘ i I 9 Stainless Porcelain Cooking“? and "5-72 “5. a: Hicks is a personal 3 potatoes or similar foods. ' MEDIUM-LOWWFm any cook-l ing or warming, done in small. utensils. LOW—For Active Cooking of. large quantities of foods already brought to cooking temperatures. Keeps them there and saves oni current. SIMMER—For active steaming; |of foodsAor for making custards] l l u l l l l l l l l ; , tailed .re‘movl’iig I l I By‘ replacing the or sauces. Saves on current. I Another feature of Frigidaire is the current-saving “Even Heat" l oven. ' With twin- units, one at top and one at bottom, this big oven pre- heats to 400 degrees 30% faster than many modern flame-fuel ovensfithen accurately, automat~ ically holds temperatures just where you want it. Has famous “Evenizer” which distributes heat evenly throughout oven. No won- I der pies, cakes, biscuits and roasts turn out so nicely browned, so beautifully cooked. l Proving very popular with mod- ern cooks is the double duty Ther— mizer cooker. l A big 6—quart deep-well cookcrv ——one of the greatest time and money-savers you ever saw. Ideal; for thrifty cooking of whole meals —meats, vegetables, and dessert, all at one time, or for cooking, cereals, soups, fresh vegetables, dried fruits and stews perfectly. Easy to clean and keep clean. 3 l for baking a few potatoes, apples, custards and siimlar foods. pro days are short. Kaiser play- i la from Frank Holman were sigma and : ed in superior court Saturday byl then ed abRaymond last year pitched against Shelton, bearing the cognomen of “Olym— pics,” in a Fourth of July ex- hibition game. ‘ America’s printing industry an- nually uses ing inks valued by the factories, in reports to the Census Bureau, ,at more than $43,000,000. __.. ‘— ' v . lPUBLIC ASKED TO HELP KEEP R. R. PROJECT As BEAUTY SPOT _ (Continued from Page One) mittec, Mrs. Burley said, “ I having Mrs. Cropper as its presi- ldent. Her enthusiasm, interest [and untiring effort has been an ‘inspiration to everyone. Committee Landed “At this time I wish to express my appreciation and thanks to my committee m Mrs. George Drake, l Mrs. Eber Angle, Mrs. Guy Hutch- linson, and Mrs. Frank Bishop—- jfor their most splendid work and : cooperation. The design f o r ‘ planting and the selection of the shrubs has been the work of the i committee. The committee wish- es to thank Mr. Theo Albertifor his assistance and guidance in the planting. I "The expenditures on the proj- Icct were as follows on the three ‘_ blocks which the Garden Club un» :dertook: shrubs and grass $925; l sprinkling system $350; sidewalks, H100; preparing soil $75; fertilizer _and miscellaneous $50~—t0tal $1,- : 500. I “This amount has been raised , and paid for (Within $50) by the l efforts of the Garden Club and by ldonations from organizatiOns and individual citizens. “May I thank the Garden Club and each one who helped us to complete this beautification proj-‘ Many Contributed Mrs. Cropper’s speech of pre- sentation covered more detailed thanks to those who contributed to the success of the project. “Because of your cooperation and encouragement the Sheltons Garden Club has been able to. raise the funds to complete this iproject,” she pointed out. “May I take this opportunity on behalf of our club to thank the Simpson Logging company for its contri- bution to,_the,'~planting, which en- the gravel and l {cot in a year and a half." l l l hauling in new soil for the four- blocks and putting in sidewalks, shrubs and grass in the Lumber— men‘s Mercantile block. “There are so many to .be thanked, including the city for hauling dirt for the last block, the lservice clubs, organizations, mer- ichants and individuals who have given so generously to this proj- ect. You should feel that it be- longs to each one of you. “On behalf of our club I also wish to thank Mrs. Burley and her commttee, Mrs. Angle, Mrs. i Drake, Mrs. Hutchinson and Mrs. Bishop, who gave so much of their time and thought to. take charge of this beautification project. was Mrs. Burley's foresight in choosing Railroad Avenue as the logical street to beautify th a ti has made this planting such , success. itiommittec 41:11! Big Job w "They not only hrlel misc l a lthc room for decorations and a i Mrs. ,held its last meeting of the Sea- ‘son May 26. l Honors at the two tables of cards . Shelton. . . Thermizer meet Wednesday afternoon at 2 UtenSII With the baking grid, you o’clock in the Odd Fellows Hall... have a very efficient small oven Refreshments win be served. l about 250 million ton residents, of.the birth of anl‘ pounds of printing and lithograph- 3 eight-pound baby girl to t he Drake desi ned each block, the Garden CIUb is mOSt fortunate in committee garefully selecting thel It= l l Tuesday, May. Port Orchard V. 2: OCIAL BMW“ ._./' Last rites were from St. Edwa May Bride Honored I M At Shower, Saturday 5' r Mrs. Walter Elliott, Jr., noel $51k? 41 Jean McCann, recent bride, was chard whn di'ed . honored with a miscellaneous Hospi‘tm in Seattle. shower at her parents home 83“ urday evening, May 24. Her two sisters, Mary of Olympia and” Kathleen were the hostesses. Pinltl and white roses were used aboutl Sigtem Mrs R0 : of Albany, Calif. Josephine 015014.01. She was a‘ niece ' siers of Shelton, . She was born M at Caseadc C01 W wedding cake with a bride and groom on top was the center of attraction. Mrs. Cyril Murphy and Erline Cleveland won honors at the quizz games. Those in attend-l ance included Mrs. Vern Miller, Cyril Murphy, Mrs. John Harrier. Mrs. Charles Rowe, Mrs. Buck Mackey, Mrs. Mervin Win— gard, and the Misses Erline Cleve—l land, Amalia Ordal, Margaret Le-l Drew, Vera Rowe and Dorothy Schmidt of Olympia. The honored guest received many lovely gifts. Lincoln Brownies Hold Last Meeting The Lincoln Brownie Troop The 33 Brownies, present-enjoyed a treat of cake.» Ernestine Crane, scribe. Emoto Bridge Club Holds Regular Meeting Mrs. Harry Dittman entertain-l ed Friday evening for the mem- bers of the Emoto Bridge Club. IT'S NEW. H's-ll. Am I happy -' ” Magic Shelwa went to Mrs. James Dunbar and Mrs. J. H. Gray. Mrs. Neil Zin- theo was guest of the club. The next meeting will be June 6 with Mrs. Frank Fentiman. Visit Here i ‘ Mr. and Mrs. James Tallent easy-to-Cleau‘ and daughters, Helen and Gerald- “eel Cold.Ban ine of Bremerton were visitors in crisper—Pot. Shelton Sunday. Med Chest" Visit in Bremerton beautifulre Mr. and Mrs. L. Wiley and‘ Charlotte Ross motored to Brem—l erton Sunday afternoon. I Visiting Relatives Here Mrs. Minnie Rhines of Seattle is visiting relatives and friends in Degree of Honor Slate Meeting The Degree of Honor will meetl I this evening. Tuesday,‘May 27, at! . 8:00 in the Odd Fellows Hall. ' Rebekah Social Club Will Meet Wednesday The Rebekah Social Club will l. E, FINAL DIVORCE GRANTED i Final divorce papers for Estel-I Judge D. F. Wright. l" BABY BORN IN FLORIDA MODEL S-S Mrs. Bernhard Winiecki receiv- ed word yesterday from Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Ashford, former Shel— Dullvmd In your kitchen I'm" In the moist still 1’ them , at Fernandinia, Florida, where 11(th crisper, ther‘ 1 they were transferred by Rayon— v more f0 ier Inc. I . , 11‘ ! vegetables—l. and slides “‘9 i l l l funds but Mrs. Angle and Mrs. shrubs. “Each member of the club‘has helped toward this project and it is due to their efforts that we have been able to complete the planting in such a short time. The officers each year have been very helpful and 1 must mention Mrs. Martha Deer,. our first vice-presi- dent for the past two years, and- the one responsible for the or- ganization of our club, and the 17 charter members of the club. Also Mrs. Walter Kullrich, who each year has taken charge of our flower show at the 4-H club fair and assisted in numerous ways, Mrs. Winston Scott and Mrs. William McKenzie and their committees who so capany secur- ed the advertising for the pro- grams for the Music Festival each year. “And now Mayor Stevenson, may our Garden Club turn this project over to the City of Shelton and may we thank you and the city couu‘rz‘cll {pr offering to maintain it. e' now that Railroad Ave- ; .- nuc will be a street of beauty for Pnces Start . (161' all our citizens to enjoy in future :09" cu' ft' mo years." i fl/ LEAVES o'N—W'rfie I , llllll Mrs. Mae D. Lusk, L. M. book-l keeper, began a two-week trip FURN, COMP. last weekend on which she will there when yol,’ '. .~ to Kelvinatof , You'll hardly behexv‘ed you see the; 194.1 ‘ )eautifulL—oifei‘s 5;, thanks to araer 1 av doing business You s enjoy visits with relatives and iriends in Seattle and Bellingham. SON ARRlVES SUNDAY Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Burnett of! Shelton became parents of a baby' 30y born at Shelton hospital Sun- ay. , ‘HOEfiTA‘LjPATIENT Steven Daily of Shelton was ad- mitted to Sheltbn hospital today for medical care. 5H .’ Turkey. Din . and Dance Auspices Shelton Eagles Aerie, L, , at First and Railroad Wednesday, May 28d1 ' Turkey Dinner 50¢ Plate, 5 t0 8‘ . '0 Dancing After p. m. Good Musl . , $100 VALUE, noon PRIZE 70 BE AW"