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Shelton Mason County Journal
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June 5, 1941     Shelton Mason County Journal
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Page Four ".1- Mt. Olive Confirmation, I Baptism Held Sunday 3 The annual junior confirmationi class was held at Mt. 01m: Lu—l theran Church last Sunday niornv 1 ing at eleven o'clock, togethzr. with baptism, Rev. M. (.3. Muhly} reported yesterday. i I Americans spend $3,000,000 .1; day for amusements, according to i the Census, and $2,500,000 21 day; for hotel service. 1 Field ii When your plants have just been watered or are still wet- willinlew, sprinkle them with il'llAt‘Il~»iii<ur- ticitle and repellent. Save g. 0.11“ t‘lill" ished plants this enxy v; NOTICE Painters Local 1040 WILL RAISE ITS WAGES to $1.371/2 an Hour June 15 ;—'_'IlllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIall!IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIilllllilllllllliillll DEAVER MUSIC STUDIOS Private Instruction for ~ HAWK “G. u. S. O". manecmlu i now MRS. JAMES. a!" «pm. . SC/SSORS Special” Enjoy Pmc's efficient help in: } Inmuillziimiig Piano, Violin, Voice, Clarinet, Trumpet,. Cornet,,v'l‘i'om‘oone, Saxophone and Guitar "Class Instruction for Theory, Harmony and-Composition MEMORIAL HALL Wednesday and Thursday of each Aweek .illlIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII!IIIIIHIlllllIIlIIIIIIIIIIII!IIIIIEEIIIIIIIIZIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIEIIIIIII me i?" easy; . " “sigh . firm" y . -n,;~-’ u'. ‘ .14 7,‘ .. good speaker is promised. One-fifth of the population crease between 1920 and cording to the Census, But, dur 46,000 more departures than ar rivals. lllliIIIIIIIiIIIIIIIiIlilllillllllilliililél Vi i I I I 1 I l o I l l l . I I smart/p a» my AND YOU CAN .€_ . getting clothes dazzling white. Get these fine scissors",too! Yes, ma’am! These swell Eversharp Scissors, worth much more,'are yours for only 25¢ and,.3:PAND G’ Soapj wrappers. What a bargain! Andyou get so much help from those big cakes of fin’ez‘white BAND G. Its active helps make quick Work of ‘ ; grimy things a. snowy, dazzling whxte—~’ I washable colors bright! Hurry PAND G Sale today! A lOVE A SOISSORSI AND ro (/1: r . ‘ CIT-Y MARKET 7 to your SHELTZSN ‘é‘Asn or. REAL [ram " «(My min/es ‘—- . ' ...mms mm"- . it I‘ll/vsakiv—Assén own-flown may OCERY __ d..__.... _,. ._._, [News lore/1 or urea-cast , ' X 015mm mom I AN r SCISSORS IN THE FOR " OUT T00! RALPH’S GROCERY ing the last decade. there w: n xx ,-., . __ ._ n-7,... ,_. .L_. f . _ _..__ . Townsend Club No. 3 To ' l Meet Again on Monday News BreVltleS Everyone is invited to attend. the Townsend Club No. 3 meeting. next Monday evening at Memorial Hall Starting at eight OYCIOCk‘ A: oiling crew are at Aberdeen now. 19:10 i was from foreign immigration, ac- : fand grandson, Eddie, i Irving I l l Sfiou can send for these ifamous 1 EVERSHARP SCISSORS Yours for M & 8 FOOD STORE GENIUEX..§EQ.BE,.--..LUMBERMENS I‘vIERCANTILE 0.0.- a 'f How own or Of Belfair Area Earl Johnson was home over“ the Memorial Day weekend. The Mr. and Mrs. Glen Harris were . 1guests over the holiday weekend in i of their daughter, Mrs. Kenneth Allen and family, at Olympia. The seniors of South Kitsap 1 high school graduate Friday. Quite few from Belfair are graduating this year. The grade school eighth grad- ers graduated Wednesday night at the gymnasium in the school here. .Mr. and Mrs. Walt Vemming and Mrs. Leonard Smith were visitors Sat- ‘urday at the Foster home. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Morrison called at the Jim Eaton home Tuesday evening. Mrs. Glen Harris and Mrs. Chas. were callers Monday at the Crosswhitc home. ‘ Mr. and Mrs. Emmert have :completed their new home, and moved in. John Monro and daugh- shopping in Bremerton have Mrs. Mr. and Mrs; Earl Johnson were shopping in Bremerton Saturday last. The Evergreen Garden Club of ’Belfair met at the home of Mrs. Rex Crossen Tuesday. A pot- luck lunch was served and a busi- ness meeting held. Next meet- ing will be at the home -of Mrs. Kittock. PAID G SOAP WMPPERS / / mm m // I’M MY SCISSORS' WHY I 4' l . finding no busesmnming I as chief ruler, Warren Earl, Jr.. I I i I I I them by the breath of his mouth. all-inclusive, and is reflected by SI‘lELTON-MASON COUNTY JOURNAL Shelton Valley Events Related In News Briefs‘ By Una Winsor I Shelton Valley, June 4.—-~Vearl. IBennett returned Sunday after- noon from Canada after taking Mrs. Bennett and the children,‘ Earlyne and Bill, to McCloud in, Alberta. He drove to Spokanefif where the family intended to? finish their journey xbygbus, but , ,, . dire .to a strike, he took them On. Mrs; Bennett expects to be gone about three weeks, and will visit rel- atives and friends at Calgary and High River, also. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wandell of ‘ Shelton, spent Wednesday with Mrs. H. A. Winsor and family at Echo Farm. During the after- noon and evening Mrs. Clara Huntley of Seattle, and Mrs. J. A. Roles and Clarence Robinson of Shelton were visitors there. Mr. and Mrs. John Kneeland were out from town to spend Wednesday evening at the High- lands with Mrs. Signe Kneeland and Alph, Joseph and George Kneeland, and help the latter celebrate his birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Bennett returned Wednesday evening from their trip to Hillsbora, Oregon.3 At Castle Rock they enjoyed anl overnight visit at the home of} Mrs. Wm. Lee, and at Vancouver, stopped for a brief visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Gardnerl ' Kirkwood. 1 Mr. and Mrs. Dan Bennett and, son Bob of Shelton, visited Fri- day afternoon and evening with. Mrs. Charley Baker and daughter Jean. I Mrs. H. A. Winsor and Gordoni Bennett were business visitors inl ‘Seattle last Thursday. ' Mrs, Hazel Healey and chil— dren David and Ann, drove over from Olympia Thursday after- noon to bring her mother, Mrs. E. A. Rutledge, home, and to ’ spend the weekend here. Mrs. H. A. Winsor, Mrs. Dew- ey Bennett, Ava and Una Winsor and Keith Bennett, spent Thurs- day evening at the home of Mrs. Signe Kneeland. Pinochle and visiting were enjoyed, after which cake and coffee were served by the hostess. Ardice Bennett was home from Seattle Memorial Day and spent the afternoon and evening. The Thurston-Mason C o u n t y Dairy tour held in this county Thursday, drew ‘an unusually large group. Starting at the Bert Rau farm in the Kamilche Valley, they visited next the Valley View Farm of Walter Cooke here. The next stop was the Isabella »Valley. However, as the weather looked uncertain, “ it was decided to stop here at the Grangel-Iall for the big potluck dinner, and the dairy talks and, discussions afterward. About 2:30 they adjourned .to the Wivell farm, where the tour ended..~ . 1 Mn. and Mrs. R. R. Phillips of Shelton spent Saturday evening at Echo Farm. Mr. and Mrs. ‘Ne'well 'of Taco~l ma were visitors of Mr. and Mrs! J. A. Shafer on Memorial Day. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Jefferies and daughter Geraldine of Puy~l allup, and Mrs. Clara Huntley] of Seattle, spent Sunday. withI Mrs. H. A. Winsor and family.) Mrs.,Signe Kneeland, Mrs. Char—I ley Baker and daughter Jean, and ' scheduled for the Wivell farm inl Bob Bennett were visitors there that evening, also. Mrs. Dewey Bennett Was ’in Shelton Sunday afternoon to at- tend the wedding of Louisa An- dersen and Edward A. Thomasl of Seattle at the Lutheran church. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Shafer spent Tuesday [evening in Shelton with Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Grenberg. Mrs. Clara Huntley visited Mrs. Signe Kneeland Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Robinson and son Clarence and nephew Charley Beret of Shelton, visited at Echo Farm Tuesday evening. School closed Wednesday at labout 2:30, amid many sighs of relief from teachers, pupils and bus drivers. Whoopee, till fall! Joe Kneeland Heads Junioigdd Fellows At their annual election Tues- day night, Shelton Junior Odd Fellows chose Joseph Kneeland as deputy ruler, and Leslie Young 5 as accountant. , l .The lodge also planned a pub- lic card party to be held Tues— day, June 17, in the I.0.0.F. Hall With pinochle and bridge to be played. Refreshments are to be served at the end of play and, prizes will be awarded the win- ners. Leslie Young, Don Ruff and Vernon Whittle have been chosen as delegates to be sent to Grand ggdge in Bellingham, June 23 to! CHRISTIAN SCIENCE “God The Only Cause. and Cre- ator” is the subject of the Les- son-Sermon which will be read in all Churches of Christ, Scientist, Sunday, June 8. Golden Text: “Great and mar- vellous are thy works, Lord God Almighty; just and true are thy ways, thou King of saints" (Rev. 15:3). Among the citations which comprise the Lesson-Sermon is the following from the Bible. “By! the word of the Lord were the heavens made; and all the host of For he spake, and it was done; he commanded. and it stood fast” (Psalm 33:6,9). The Lesson-Sermon also in- cludes the following passages from the Christian Science textbook, “Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures” by Mary Baker Eddy: “Everything in God's uni- verse expresses Him. He is di- vine Principle, Love. the uniVersal cause, the only creator, and there is no other self-existence. He isI all that is real and eternal and by nothing else" (p.331:16, 18-22). You’ll have to TELL — if you . want to SELL —— Journal I Hank Durand, Champs Blanked , In Final Mixed i Doubles thus far this year at the Matlock . today- I (Final Standings) |‘ MIXED DOUBLES BOWLING , L I s i W Dodds-Dodds .................. .24 Staley—Dotson . ,20 I3 Allen—Aronson .,.....18 l5i LaBarr-Roberts ....18 )5 I Durand-Durand .... .. ....18 I5 ‘ Barber-Snelgrove . 15 Skelscy-Skelsey 16 17 ; W’ood-Woods L. . ....l6 l7i Kubik-Ferrier ...i...l4 19 Peterson-Mackey ..... .. 20 Sutherland-Sergeant . 21 Smith-Smith .................... ..11 22 , It mattered not in the least: that Inez and Ron Dodds absorb—i ed their first whitewashing in mixed doubles bowling play onl the final night of the schedule‘ Tuesday, because they had the, pennant all sewed up anyway. ‘ But Kay Allen and Arnie Aron- son, who applied the whitewash brush, made a big jump by the fete to land in a four-way tie for. third place. Pauline Staley and John Dotson clung to their second place rung despite a 2 to 1 loss to Min and who moved into that third place quartet on the strength of their triumph. Dot LaBarr and Pete Roberts finished strong with a three—ply" i verdict over Cora Barber and Ned ‘ Snelgrove, leaving the two teams . to round out that aforementioned four—way third place scramble. Merna Wood and I. H. Woods racked up team scoring honors and three of the ‘four individual scoring honors while hanging a 2 to 1 defeat on Marie Kubik and Al Farrier. Miss Wood scored a 194 single game count while her partner topped the. men for the night with 232 and 636 totals. Miss LaBarr scored 494-for best feminine total. Elsie Peterson and Buck Mac- key defeated Gwen and Tiff Skelsey and Evelyn and Bill Smith topped the dummy lineup of Mary Sutherland and Toad Sergeant, both by 2 to 1 mar- gins, in the other matches of the night. Catholic Church Mass Schedule Announced Summer schedule of masses at St. Edwards Catholic Church was "nnonnced today by Rev. Mark Weichman as follows: First Mass, 7 a. m. Second Mass, 9:30 a. m. Evening devotions, 7:30 p. m. This schedule will hold through- out the summer months, he an- nounced. St. Edwards church will also conduct its annual summer vaca— tion bible school starting June 16, Rev. Weichman said today. All school children are invited to enroll. The schedule of class- es will be announced next week. INFANT IN HOSPITAL Michael Crabill, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Crabill of Shelton, was admitted to Shelton yesterday for treatment. FRESH LOCAL SHOPPING BAG FULL . FRESH LOCAL CARRO'IS 3bu. 10c SHOPPING, BAG FULL GRAPEFRIIT 290 FRESH, CRISP LEI'IIIGE LARGE SUNKIST lEMOIIt DILL Pickles qt. loc . VVashinton‘s Socials for Frida PEAS. 3- Deckerville 4—Hers Display Their Work! The Deckervillc ’l-I-l Clothingi club exhibited their work done. Women‘s club meeting May 29th., At that time their work was; judged by Mrs. A. D. Hunter,‘ Mrs. Mary Michaels and Mrs.‘ Stella Michaels. 1 Rachel Nye was chosen to be‘ the delegate to Pullman from the 1—H club. , ANNA MARIE VVILLADSON, ‘ Deckerville 4-H Reporterfl DO YOU KNOW? The United States Forest Scr— vice is doing its part to keep name as the Ever- green State. The forest service has 2,616,000 trees to plant this spring. They are about evenly divided between Ore- gon and Washington. . The Olympic National forest will receive over half a million trees for planting in the Soleduck drainage area. The plantation near Index on the Snoqualmie will re— ceive 260,000. The planting stock for the west side forest is most— ly Douglas fir with some Port ‘Orford white cedar and sitka spruce while about 400,000 pond- erosa pine transplants go to east side, forest. ‘ Planting stock comes from the V/ind River Nursery on the Col— . l umbia National forest in VVash-1 seed trees were left. membering We have others general, You can malsc I 1 Its. 2M3. 5c doz. 23c SALAD COOKIES Assorted LB. .................. .. WHEATIES 2 pkgs ----------- MATCHES Carton ...... .... .. ' JAM Quart i Jar .................... j: 15-01. M ATO LARGE CAN -. KENWODD noon. GIANT SIZE ?thEhE é‘i & 5 SPECIAL Thursdathur-l‘? . 35¢ .Pharmacy. Phone 89- ington. An acre requires 600 tot Loot) trees. Projects are located ’ on burns and acquired cut overi .land not restocking because nof ollu appreciate your rez. card for everybody, from Baby to Grandma. 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