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Page Six ‘Custer’s Stand One of Thrills in ‘Land _Of Liberty’ Among the many spectacular sequences shown in "Land of iLiberty,” thrill-packed drama of the saga of a mighty empire. which plays at the Paramount Theatre this Friday and Satur- ,day, is that depicting Custer's Last Stand, an episode which stands out as one of the most heroic in American history. George A. Custer was some— times referred to as the “Boy General,” because at the age of twenty-four, in 1863, he was ap- pointed a Brigadier General of volunteers in the Union Army ,commanding a brigade of Michi- :gan’s cavalry in Major General Hugh Judson Kilpatrick’s Third Division of the Cavalry Corps. It was on June 25, 1876, that he . took his famous stand in the bat- tle of Little Big Horn in Montana, ‘during the savage attack by the i Indians who bitterly resented the opening of the Black Hills to Set- A‘. NEW' DISPLAY AT FIR Installation of a new and larger, d'splay for Gibson's Greet-' iitg cards is an added feature at? the: Fir Drug Store this week.1 The new stand allows a much} riore complete display of all? tn'pes of greeting cards, makingi it easier for the customer to se- l:et the proper card. ‘ If You Want To Sell ~— You‘ll Have To Tell Phone 100 for a Journal Classified Ad. faint” THEATRE M SHELTON, WASHINGTON Two shows every night Starting at 7:00 P.M. Matinee 2:15 p.m. Saturday and Sunday Adm., 10¢ and 25¢, plus tax (State 2¢: Federal 393) Tonite Only Llers. He was killed in the bat- “ } tle. ‘ “Land of Liberty" is being \CACATION” {shown in Shelton under the aus- , pices of the American Legion Aux- and iliary, which realizes a commis— ision on each ticket sold in ad- “THE , vance, but not on tickets sold at ” :Lhe theatre window. All mem- .bers of the Auxiliary and the {Boy Scouts are selling tickets, iwhich may also be procurred at 1 the Western Union office in the ‘Title Insurance Building. Friday Only Friends, Relatives Pay Parkers Visits Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Parker en— joyed surprise visits from sev- “CHEERS FOR MISS BISHOP” Martha Scott, William Gargan jeral relatives and friends yes- terday at their Arcadia Point home. Two nieces of Mrs. Parker. Sunday to Tuesday ‘Mrs. Ivy Libby of Seattle and Mrs. Estelle Herrin of Aberdeen, her grand-nieCe, Mrs. Gene Brown of Shelton, and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lehn and their son, Lee, of Bordeaux, friends for many years of the Parker's, all dropped ' in to spend the day visiting. James Cagney — Pat O’Brien “DEVIL DOGS OF THE AIR” 60c Alka-Seltzer .. .......... .. 49:5 100 Empirin Tablets ...... ,. 1.35 .................. .. 59¢ 89¢ ______ .. 59¢ 75c Listerine $1.00 Lysol ............... .. Full pt. Mineral Oil Phillips Milk of Magnesia 39¢ 50¢ 53' Hepatica -------------- r- 49¢ 10c Tums .............. .. for 25¢ 100 Squibb Aspirin ........ .. 39¢ $1.00 Hinds Lotion ........ .. 49¢ Balm Argenta ...... .. 49¢ do 98¢ Imitation Vitamins S A L E PLUS To Dr. West’s New Discovery — V RAY Vitamins A-B-CvD-G. 59; Dr. Wests Both Liver Iron itii‘if‘tfiiii for 72 for .. $2.69 50c Dr. Wests V RAYAS 59¢ Insulin U-40 10 cc regular 85¢ 144- for . $4.89 23¢ Tek Tooth Brush... 2/43¢ 750 Pepsodent Antiseptic 59¢ 50c Pesodent Brush ...... .- 47¢ J a. J Band Aid ........... __ 21¢ 50c lpana Tooth Pastew 39¢ Pabium Baby Food ........ .. 39¢ 35c Colgate Tooth Paste. 33¢ Colgate Tooth Paste... 19¢ McKesson Rub Alcohol pt. 29¢ 20c Shelton Maid I C E C R EA M Best Grade Bulk ............ .. pt. 25¢; qt. 50¢ Fine Quality Brick ........ .. pt. 15¢; qt. 29¢ Bars and Novelties .................... .. each 591‘ VITKMINS * Vitamins A and; D 100 Parke-Davis Haliver Oil Capsules .................................. .. 1.29, 250 Parke-Davis Haliver Oil Capsules ............. .. 2.59 250 Squibb Adex Tablets .................. .. 1.98 80’s 79¢, . 1.80 100 Lilly Hepicoleum' Globules ............................ .. 77¢‘ Soc Upjohn Super D Concentrate 300c Upjohn Super D_ Concentrate ..................................... .. 2.98., * VitaminsB and. G- 1.34, 50 Upjohn Cerelexin, Compound, Tablets ................................ .. 200 Upjohn Cerelex‘in Conjpoundfablets ................... .. 4.59, 100 Squibb 6V2 gr. afreyver'syoast'jTablets 49¢ 500 Squibb til/2 gr. Brewer's Yeast Tablets ............................ .. 1.49 * VitaminsA, B, 9,16},- 50 Upjohn Codcentrate',wlth Vitamins. 3.8. G, .................. 41.39 100 Upjohn Codcentrate with; Vitamins B' & G". . 2.39. 25 Parke—Davis ABDOL Vithm‘ilf. Capsulesj. ........ .. .. 89¢ 100 Parke-Davis ABDOL vitamincapsuiosf... 2.69 250 Parke-Davis ABD‘OL vitamincépsules _ 5.67 25 Squibb High Potency ABDGCapsdle's .'.. 98¢ 100 Squibb High Potendy A5913.Capsulesj.;. .............. .. 2.98 250 Squibb Hig’h Potencyfia‘pojctap'suréo ....................... .. 6.39 80 Squibb Adex Yeast Tablets. ...... ...... 98¢ -_. 250’s .............. ._ 2.39' sxcbuslvs AGENTS PFUNDERS nuns Special Sale Brice. : 60c Size ............ .. 49¢ $1.25 size . 98¢ $3.25 size .......... .. 2.59 For Stomach Distress SERUTAN Spell It Backwards '00 & KLEENE-X DISPOSAB LE TI'SSU ES . Soft, absorbent facial tissues in white, peach, green or orchid. 13¢' 7C 200 Sheels . . : ;, Fir Drug Sr ,, tice. , Mrs.- Palmer. ‘ G.W.A. Will Present I Seattle, . were overnight guests of Mr. and luck luncheon. :‘ land and Mrs. Lawrence Munson Won honorsat cards. Mq~ H ; ._...._._. .._.._.‘ . _........_.__,..- 1 l i ~_is,sELToN-M+4_A:‘>..<)1\Isoloist. Jonson-.. [Potlatch Pupils l: (WNIS i ‘ PHONE 100 Mrs. Lewis Will Present Recital Friday Evening Mrs. Charles R. Lewis will pre-} sent a recital for her pupils Fri-l day evening, June 6 at 7:45 p. at her home. Friends and par-i ents are invited to attend thiSi delightful affair. l Followmg is the program which i will be presented: Group singing, “The Star Spangled Banner,” ac-, companied by Tom Connolly;l Virginia COnnolly, “Dreamy Time; Song," William Munn and “Ten-~ der Flower“, Sarah Coleman Brag- don; Lael Ellis, “Under Southernl i Skies,” Elizabeth Martin, and' “Russian Dancer," Bernice Voile} Tom Connolly, “Pixies Goodnight? Song,” Arthur Brown; Sally: Brown and Lael Ellis, duet, “Un—l finished Symphony," Schubert} Joan Soper, song, “The Beautifull Blue Danube,” Straus; Sallyl iBrown, “Spanish Moss," Mildred} Adair; Anna Lou Elliott, “Lulla-l by,” Brahams and “Pixies Gay,"f Bebe; Virginia and Tom Connol-l ly, duet, “Birds in the Branches,”l Rolfe; Marian LeMaster, “Rosa-l munde,” Schubert, and “Rondo,”I Beethoven; Joan Soper, “Mantil-i la,” Rebe and “Romance,” Beet~ hoven; Jackie Graham, “Wistar-l ia,” Carl Barker and “Jubils;". Jane McKay, song, “The Star,”] ,James H. Rodgers; Bobby Wenz,r i “Marche Militaire,” Schubert, (“Two Guitars;" Betty Lee Jemi—, , son, "Tales of a Gypsy," Williami Coburn; Bobby Wenz, song, “Sere-l nadc,” Schubert; Jane McKay,l “Moonlight Sonata,” Beethoven,i “Minuet,” Paderewski; Betty Lce}, Jemison, songs “Since First I‘ Met Thee," Rubinstein, “None But The Lonely Heart," Tschaikow-l ‘sky; Margaret Schumway, Son-l ata, Opus 10 No. 1, Beethoven,| “Butterfly,” Lavalee. l p l Troop 25 Scout Mothers Hold Monthly Meeting 1 Mothers of Troop 25 met Wed-l nesday with Mrs. F. W. Graham. The group decided to hold meet-f ; ings through the summer as those are the most active months for ‘ scouting. The president, Mrs. :M. A. Clothier, resigned and Mrs.i i F. W. Graham, vice-president, will fulfill her t e r m. Mrs. Donovan Palmer reported t h e newly organized Scout band is meeting each Tuesday to prac- The group is very enthus- ed over ability and interest shown, .’ by the boys in this new activity. They are under the direction of New members to join Tuesday evening were: Jack lBeckwith, violin, Guy Beckwith, flute and Beanie Daniels trumpet. I DeMolay Mothers i Slate Meeting l The Mothers Club of the De- Molay Chapter will have a reg-' ular meeting Monday, June 9 at 1:30 p. m. in the Masonic Tem- .ple. All mothers and friends of gthe DeMolay are asked to at- , tend as there will be a social hour 'and refreshments after a short . business meeting. i Mrs. Duncan Vl’ilson Entertains‘ For P.-T. A. Assistants Mrs. Duncan Wilson entertain- ed at the home of Mrs. Alfred .Michaelson ,for the committeei lchairmen, room‘ mothers, officers and teachers, who aSSisted her during her term as. president of the Bordeaux P.-T. A. on Tues- day afternoon. Refreshments were .served during the afternoon by. the hostess. Pink roses and; mock-orange centered the tables. l lThe bride-elect teachers, MisS' Myrtle Rediska and Miss D0ris Tarte, were presented with a gift from the group. ‘ I New Drill Saturday i l The General Welfare Associa-l tion drill team' will present a] new drill Saturday evening at [the Memorial Hall. The meeting] starts at o’clock With the pro- gram following. l i Leaves For East I Mrs. John Yurman and son Arlyn left Wednesday for Seat- tle on the first laprof her trip to Detroit Lakes, Minnesota. 1 Overnight Guests Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Delany of former residents here, Mrs. L. D. Hack Tuesday. Mr.| {and M/rs. Delan‘y operated a '1 photograph studio during their ‘ residence in Shelton. . 0.E.S. Social Club Holds Last Meeting The Order of Eastern Star So- *' cial club held their last meeting ’ of the year Tuesday afternoon at _i the Masonic Temple. Five ta- bles of cards followed the pot- Mrs. Anna Knee- New officers for the coming year are Mrs. Harry Parry, president, Mrs. Lantz Wiss, sec- retary, and Mrs. Purl. Jemison, treasurer. 1 Visiting Here I I Miss Verna Johnson is visiting' this week with Mr. and Mrs. George Keithahn. Mr. Keithahn is a state patrol officer. ‘ Attend Graduation Attending tho graduation .of their granddaughter, Frankie Ann !Fieser Tuesday evening, were Mrs. Lilla Fieser and Mrs. Reb- ert Allen. Miss Fieser is the . daughter oer. and Mrs. Frank- llin Fieser and attended Shelton' schools until 1939 when sh'eien- rolled in the Immaculate high] ischool in Seattle. Governor Ar- lthur B. Langlie presented the! ldiplomas. Mr. and _Mrs. George" Cardinal accompanied Mrs. uAl-i len and Mr. Fieser. ' GirlScout Troop , Gives Party ' Girl Scout Troop No. 5 had a! handkerchief, shOwer for ‘Miss' . Florence Janssen, assistant troop; leader, Tuesday afternoon at the, Lincoln school. Candy refresh.l ments were served. —NANCY NUTT,‘ Scribe. lead the devotions. : and wives. l ‘Grunert of Tacoma Tuesday eye-i l: . nurse, ‘fOlk dancing fillsthe day. Swim- B.Y.P.U. Hold Picnic 0n Lake Memorial Day A large group of the young people attended the B.Y.P.U. pic- nic at Maple Beach on Memorial Day. The main group reached, the park about 11 a. m. The day was! spent playing games, boating and] swimming. An excellent potluck] lunch was served. | On Sundayevening the B.Y.P.U. will hold their regular weekly service at 6:30 p. m. in the senior young peoples room. The only, meeting during the week will .be the prayer service lenior and Intermediate B.Y.P.U. groups are. now engaged in a membership drive. Boys and girls between the ages of 12 and 16 fall in the Intermediate.group,l all over, in the senior group. All! persons of, these ages are invited to attend. l Double H. Club Meets Witli Mrs. E. B. Sutton The Double H. Club met Wed- nesday with Mrs. E. B. Sutton forl l a‘ 1:30,dessert luncheon. Mrs. Bill Dickie and Mrs. Willis Burnett won ‘honors ‘at the two tables ofi bridge. Mrs. Lawrence Burrell Won the galloping goose. Mrs. Eugene Brown, and Mrs. Jo Greg- g‘or of Fei'hdale were guests of the club. Mrs; Hugh Clark, Mrs. Leo Martin, Mrs; Lanz Wiss’, Mrs. Ed‘ Lewis,’ Mrs. Sutton, Mrs. Dickie, Mrs. Burnett and Mrs. Burrell are the club members. The ‘ group will meet. on June 19 with Mrs. Wiss. 1 Visits Here > Miss Helen Phillips, who is at- tending the Modern Beauty Acad-‘ emy in Tacoma spent the week- end with her mother, Mrs. tose Phillips here. W.S.C.S. Slate Wednesday Meeting » The Women’s Society for Chris- tian Service of the Methodist Church will meet at the church at 2 o’clock on Wednesday, June 11. Mrs. Robert C. Johnson will The pro—‘ gram will consist of a pageant “Women in a Changing World" in, which ten women and several chil- dren will participate. Miss Margaret Mowry i, Honored At Dinner ‘ Mrs. Phil Murphy and Mrs: Robert Allan entertained at the Allan home Sunday, with a din— ner in honor of Miss Margaret Mowry, senior high teacher, who| will not be returning in Septem-I ber. Invited guests included alll members of the Shelton String Ensemble, of which Miss Mowry‘ is a member and their husbands Visits Parents Mr. and Mrs. David Graham of Salem, Oregon, spent the weekendI with Mrs. Graham’s parents, Mr.l and Mrs. C. C. Gibbs. Mother 111 Mr. and Mrs. visited his mother, C. H. Grunertl Mrs. T. W.‘ ningf Mrs. T. W. Grunert is ill in the hospital. l Visiting Here Mr. and Mrs. George Meyers, who recently moved from Lake; Cushman to Eatonville Were Shelton visitors on Tuesday. t Weekeiid Here , Mr. and Mrs. George Canaan! and son, Larry, former residents, were weekend visitors here. Degree Of Honor Slates Meeting ‘ The Degree of Honor will meet; Tuesday, June 10 in the Odd Fel- lows Hall at p. m. Past presi-' dents will have charge of the; meeting. Refreshments will be served following the initiations. l l l l l Camp, Robbinswold, Fees e a 8 enable. ? Offer Much to Girls Attractions of Camp Robbins-- wold, Girl Scout summer camp lo- cated at the foot of the Olym- pics on Hood Canal, were cited today by Miss Betty McClelland,l Shelton school teacher who is a member of the Girl Sc ut Lead-: 'ers Association. “Camp Robbinswold is so close to us that there is little trans— portation problem. If 'parents ac- tually knew how little it costs for two ,weeks at camp We feel that more girls could go,” Miss McClelland commented. 'The camp staff consists of a director and 23 counselors train-I ed and experienced in camp ac-l tivities, including a registered: two dietitians who plan and cook well-balanced meals, a Red Cross life saving examiner in ‘charge of waterfront activ—' ities, assisted by Red Cross sen-i ior life savers, Miss McClelland; pointed out. i The girls, guided by the unitl counselors, plan hikes and over-' night trips to favorite near- by spots. Short pack trips are made by the older girls and an: l eight-day pack trip into the Olympics during one period is enjoyed by girls who have been on at least one three-day pack trip. In camp the girls live in tents; which have'raised wooden floors and housing four girls apiece. A program of varied activities such as nature exploration, archery. music, dramatics, handicraft and ming is by units under close supervision. Taps is at nine each night. , A. physical checkup is required of each camper within a week of going to camp. The camp opens June 29 for four two—week per- iods closing August 24. Applica- tions are accepted in the order in which they are received and i V. i l : l Mothers, Fathers By Elizabeth Hussman and Mildred VVoodworth Potlatch, June 4.7vThe children of the Potlatch school entertained their mothers and fathers Thursday afternoon. compositions titled “Why I’m Glad That I’m An American" read by the Intermediate and advanced pupils. Other numbers on the impromptu program con— sisted of piano solos; “The Skat- ers Waltz" by Elizabeth Huss— man, “Dakota Indian Dance” by Donald Reader, and “Pirates Bold” by Donald Tompkins; 10, “God Bless America," Mildred Woodworth; reading of stories by the primary. pupils, and “Ameri- ' t 7:30 'I’hursday evening. The' ca,” by the primary rhythm band. Mr. Tompkins presented an eighth grade diploma to Elizabeth Huss- man and awards for perfect at- tendance for the year to Eliza- beth Hussman, Donald Reader, and Donald Tompkins. Refresh- .iS ments were rved by Mrs. Tomp- kins, assistcd by Mrs. Ga‘dley. Mr. and Mrs. Terry Pagel and daughter Teresa, drove to Napa- vine on Monday where they will visit relatives. Mrs. Annette Hanover and Mr. Clyde Cameron of Portland were guests of the Hussmans on Mon- day afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Reader and family of Everett, Mrs. E. B. Reader and Miss Cora Reader of Seattle, were guests of the Road— cr family over the Memorial Day weekend. ._ Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Bushuc and Mr. B. L. Hussman of B‘remer- ton visited the Hussman family‘ on Sunday. Miss Nellie Esaw was at the home 01‘ her parents over the weekend. Mrs. George Sisley and son . James, drove to Woodson, Ore- gon on Memorial Day where they visited Mr. and Mrs. Fred Siegel. Mr. and Mrs. Neil Simmons had as their guests, Mrs. Simmons parents, three sisters and a bio- ther, all of Puyallup, and Mr. and Mrs. Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Cooke and Mr. Frank Marsh, all of Seattle. They at— tended a picnic at Twanoh State park. Mildred VVoodworth spent the Memorial Day holidays in Shel— ton visiting Mr. and Mrs. Wood- row Johnson and family. Mr. and Mrs. Jacobson had i as their weekend guests, Mr. and Mrs. Bud Hillman and Mr. Blass, all of Tacoma. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Asleson hadi as their weekend guests, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Asleson and family of Bremerton and Mr. and Alan Main and family of Olym- pm. The Potlatch Social Club spon- sored the annual community pic- nic on Monday afternoon and evening at Tillicum Beach. A pot luck. lunch was--' enjoyed by all present. ‘ Lucy Skerbini of the Middle S'kokomish Valley is visiting Mr.' and Mrs. Wm. Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Smith of Shelton visited Mr. Smith’s mo— ther on Monday evening. The Potlatch Social Club was entertained on June 3rd by Mrs". H. Lanning and Mrs. C. Reader at the schoolhouse. Two tables of contract bridge were played. High score went to Mrs. E. Carl— son and second high went to Mrs. Hale. She also' received the galloping goose. should be sent to 503 New World ,Lifc Building, Fifth and Pike, Se- attle. The fee is $18 for two~week period. each on 1 Original ‘ WCI‘C‘ SO- ' Mrs. . l —‘ . . l lHoodsport Picnic I Give Party For i, Held At Twanoh, ; i .. l l l i l l I i l i l I l' l i l l l l l l l l l I U I C . .moved to Forks. . lhome across the canal. ,and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. i ter, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Siegel arid. _Thursday, 3131119 —— -———~‘._....._.\,— -v—~—-« ——-v~—-———-———.. . I i this school. Baptists Vacation Bible Study June 91 charge and a. tram The Shelton Baptist Church: will conduct its annual daily va— l cation Bible school at the local church beginning June 9th. School will begin at 9 a. In. each morn- Students Let Out By Yvonne Bartels l HOOdSportv June 33 The} ing and continue until noon. All I _ HOOdSPOrt SChOOl held 1tS annual, children are welcome to attend1 Th Bring G i school picnic at Twanoh Statci ey H pin r Park Thursday afternoon. School, "' *w r W and ap FUNERAL 0555 was dismissed the following Mon-l HOPPITAL B ,, . O ' Bernis Yenter spent the week~ da for three months of vacat'on . . . n. “£6. 1 l with hi; petirerits, Mi. and Delive-‘ad an):th Kl Mr. and Mrs. Bill Goodpasterl 15' an} E“ e“ n c I ‘y' plan to start their vacation with! _Mr~ and ML? Dflaf‘ey Of “‘3’ F , a few days visiting friends and! it“: hfls‘fte bifinMenJoynfi 3‘ ff“ Shem)” Hardwafl . s , _; ay. v1 1 W] 1 rs. .5. n . ionii‘h. vi ' 1elati\es in Seattle, then spend ) Phone 232 . h e commen Ray Handly also attended thcl ing some time in Centralia with! M baseball game, Friday. Mrs. Goodpaster's parents, Mug and Mrs. James Parker, and fi- nally attending Ellensburg Nor-l mal for the remainder of the sum- . mer. Mr. Goodpaster .is .principal of the Hoodsport school. Miss Lindenberg, first, sec-l 0nd and third grade teacher, left3 Monday afternoon for her home in Tacoma. Mrs. Claude Wood, fifth andl sixth grade teacher, will join! her husband at the Hama Hamai Guard Station. , All three teachers are sched- uled to teach at the, Hoodsport, school again next year. ‘ Mr. and Mrs. Pat Ismay have purchased a trailer house and; l l HOST SEISAIIONIL BOOKING lIPIOVEMEHT Don Soule of Seattle, spent the . weekend in Hoodsport _with his , family. I - I. Mr. and Mrs. Zimmer, who re- cently took over Chamber’s Boat Dock, have erected a 3-foot elec-i Now you can actually broil, f“ ‘ tric clock in front or their res-l not just Steaks and chops, w‘ I _— \ taurant. It has an luminous, but standing rib roasts, legs a" , y; dial which may be seen at night oflamb, whole hams, chick- ' and is the first of its kind in ens. The Estate Bar-B- ‘ l-Ioodsport. : Kewer broils, or barbecues, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hilligoss with radiant heat-*the kind you get over wood embers or charcoal. It utilizes the modem low-temperature method recommended by the National Live Stock and Meat Board. It releases all the Capacity ofthe bake oven for cakes, pies, biscuits, etc. and family motored to Toledo to spend the holidays with relativesl there. i Mr. and Mrs. Jack Boles ofl Olympia visited Mr. and, Mrs.I Tommy Boles over Saturday and Sunday. . Mr. and Mrs. Harry Yenter’ are sporting a ‘41 Buick sedan; I Sid Jarvis was home for the Weekend to spend Memorial Day, with his family. He is, employedl at Boeings Field in Seattle. ! Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Neuenw burger and son returned to their They have been living at Gateway Inn! ,» for the school term. I The Misses Esther and Signey Olsen of Seattle, spent Saturday Wally Anderson and family. Mrs. Lunt and Mrs. Frank Ahl motored to Tacoma Tuesday. ! Mrs. Kilby’s daughter, Mrs. Elma Heath of Vashon, is hereI with her mother for a week. Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Hack of Shelton were guests of Mrs. R. M. Smith one evening last week.l Mr. and Mrs. Ed Evans and! son, Kenneth, of Seattle, former- ly of Hoodsport, have moved, intol the house recently vacated byl the Pat Ismay's. Mrs. Evans is; the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.‘ GOLDEN alsw'lf; bake oven W1“ is broiling 1“ 'K9 With the Be? .' oven space 15 3"; 1‘1: 2 ing. It'siustl‘k « .1 oven range- Alec Hunt. Mr. and Mrs. have a ’41 Nash. , Mr. and Mrs. Jack Brandenburg; of St. Helens, Oregon, formerly; of Hoodsport, visited Mr. andl Mrs. J. c. McKiel, after going to] Bremerton to leave their son Richard, with his grandfather, Mr. William Brandenburg. Mr. Bran; denburg was the former Union Oil agent of Hoodsport. L. L. Dickinson] 1 lllllu-lll GRID-ALL. For gnl wieners, pancakes. Heats ily. Also accommodate? g pans, giving the capacfiry , \ Mr. and Mrs. W. R. McDonald left for a two weeks’ visit with relatives in Seattle. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Nance spent the holidays at Woodson, Oregon, with their son-in-law and daugh- 5 Trade in Your Old Range Liberal Tem‘l Olsen Furnituf¢7 family. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Wood at- tended the Memorial Day base- ball gamc in Seattle Friday. SHELTON llND MAsoN colllliv e Yes! Official Mason County registration records show that BUICK led the field during. May —- proving again that MORE - motorists are convinced that youCan’t Beat Buick! Look at '5“: these May registration figures: BUICK .. . . . 13;. Chevrolet 12‘ Ford Oldsmobile. “Best. Buick Yet” Qutsells The Field ' MUELLER-HARRINS Again During May, 1941 i. it - Plymouth Mercury Nash Pontiac 7 6 ,Ghrysler See and Drive Buick Now! . Bob Erv‘in— Resident Agent 5th and Railroad ‘ Phone — Shelton 94 .1‘,