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tine t: A 7‘ - I, y,“ June 12; 1941‘ SHELTON—MASON COUNTY JOURNAL Page} Three g is . I. mi .‘ 9~ 9 omm- “' —-~~ —— w.-- - ._ ..::: is . SHELTON-MASON COUNTY JOURNAL Ltiofl . nstl'uc Consolidated with The Shelton independent ’ 'vsllaproximately 25 per cent i I... 5 Of all motor vehicles Dr. -nd Mrs. Walter F. Conzel- d Entered as second—class matter at the postofl‘ic-e at Shelton, \Vashington ’man and their daughter have Bersl is :3; r ‘EPOH the highways. d t f C ,1 a D Cros , . eh ! move on o ounCl man i . .‘ ,- mstl‘uJ S "— l Klllmer's home on Hillcrest, which BY MAIL. in “awn .1 a . d. t . L ) ' A ; V , u A . S 0' C on C1 y max C Tl'lt‘r lS Y'XC'S e19 1.“ ay i they had Pee“ occupymg: and haVC it: pur year; 6 months, $1.25; 8 months, 759*. Foreign $3.50 per year. Postal l . ,, H I gone to Goldendale. regula’tlorlsii'orb‘ixd i'esifchts of lShclton served by city mail carrier froml .> a g . “r 1 i‘ltClerlilg tieir ourna y mai . - 01,1) ‘ They Br. I. DP Conzfflman ha“, OPUflt‘vd 3“ BY JQURNAL Gamma: in Shelton, 25¢ per month (collected by carrier) Ker, and I"ling Comfort 1 optical office here 101' the past or $2.00 per year in advance. y 5-“ aPPIness 1 several monthS- Published ever Tuesda and Thursda afternoon ‘ RM- DESIGNS AND ——— para" m- y y- y may. ' J. EBER ANGLE Manager GRANT C. ANGLE Editor Member of “'ashington Newspaper Publishers’ Association and National Editorial Association. TIME FOR SERIOUS THINKING ,. A dollar bill will buy, exclusive ~ V. . .of taxes, nearly tWice as much '7 .- i .3 I gasoline as it would buy in 1920.1 {hut The present burden of taxes, how—l " . °n Hardware Blda. ever, depreCIate the purcnasmgl 27o.w power of the dollar by approx- ; ima'tely one-third. . l METAL BOUQUETS ; ‘ a"'l’where, anytime : ,ewr ~ ' UNION l 1 This is a time for serious thinking by the workers in the lumber industry particularly, and,» of all other organizations of labor, as to their: course wherever there are strikes in industriesl producing for war needs and idleness for what— .. ever cause lays them open to criticism for slack- ” ing in time of national emergency. To openly oppose the demands of administra- tion leaders~to all-out production in setting up a war machine to support the thousands of young. Mus“: BY ary pay gain is not so material. leap,” CHUCK MULINARI’S BAND Here in the Northwest the lumber industry am? instruantent for preserving ices: . has lost a full month in production and pay, with as” “g 21m“an to serious effect in every community where every-, body should be “making hay while the sun‘, shines,” and making every day count in getting5 ahead for the proverbial rainy day which hasi .iever yet failed to come about every so often. 3 It is apparent that there is a marked division. in the desires of labor 'in the ’ L\ M” in HA? A7777” " L -'~ present lumber . strike, with a majority of actual labor, if its desire could be fairly ascertained, regretting the enforc- ed idleness and anxious to return to work, in spite of the leaders who are holding them back; and now that both factions of labor have been called sack by the Mediation Board for a show-down it is to be hoped that action will be favorable. l If the strikes continue it W111 mean more trouble for labor organizations, for the next step'l will be taking over of industry by the army, which l is cold—blooded and obeys lorders; and the reclassi-, fication of all men who have been deferred tol industry by reason of its need but are now lay-; Lng themselves open to draft without question of pay. It is time for sober thinking. ' THE CHANGING WORLD —— Viewing what is going on all over the so- called civilized world, the actual warefare in} Wand Crown Olive-s . . . . 2 for 19¢ 1 Home SWBet l n .L ll Pickles (ll- 310 ite Br' . i i i‘le Best Hot t auce .. . . 2 for 7 c [imp anns 29c l l l l 1 many countries and the needless strifes in our own America, there must soon be realization Ofl the changing world. ‘ Most other countries which have more re— cently sold out their carefree way of life to slavery, and the end is not yet in sight, are point- ing a warning to our people and their outwardi lack Of concern for the future. It goes without saying, no matter which way, the war may turn, that America is due for a change of life and it will not be a pleasing one to any people to contemplate in this heydey when everybody is reaching for the moon and giving , I *rtemn 3"“450 . g tIn no thought or preparation toward the new way & Sanborn Coffee . . . . lb. 28¢ of life. . 0 ’ . ‘ 993 The old-fashioned idea of thrift has long ' ,_ since gone into discard, and our people are living . i the days as they come; nor on the other hand are a 0 they sacrificing anything or heeding the cry of. ’_ “wolf” of danger. \ g i The administration has been making this Pf], ' bottle- 9¢ plea of sacrifice for a year past yet none of its i. ' ' ' ' ' ' ‘ ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' many agencies are setting the example but all are as profligate as any individual could ever bel in wasting substance and mortgaging future. { “Business as usual” is worried over advanc: mg prices Of buying and selling, and labor is tak-‘ ing full advantage of its power to drive the last measure of bargain for personal gain; but behindl all this lies the fact that change is ahead—that! real war is here to check the “social” strife which has only sapped the nation’s strength. i It grows clearer that the American way of! life is menaced both by enemies abroad and theiri . allies Within, and that Americans must soon fight not only in distant fields but at home, to meet the dangers of sabotage in industry and destruction of their own needs for living. Sh Fruits Vegetables , es f F 1 . . . ‘ , ‘ Wfl y L1fe insurance is often called the safest of all investmentsThere is a sound reason for that ——<‘ ‘ Ce - - o - - . c - - . 21:0? 7¢ life insurance literally represents productive B 'America._ _ 1 . gets . _ _ 5 bunches ' The industry’s billions of assets—which arel hpeas . . . . . . . . 3-lbs. 17¢ SAFE AS THE COUNTRY the policyholder’s guarantee of payment whenl contracts come due—are invested in government“ bonds, in the securities of our principal and most ustable industries, in mortgages on rural and ur-' ban real estate, etc. They are, in short, invested in the institutions and businesses which make the United States a going concern, and which furn-l ish it with its employment, income and purchas-l mg power. Life insurance may be said to be as safe asl [the country. ' , . , l " .We have tinkered with the works of the U. S. ‘ until It is doubtful if the wheels will ever be re- lplaced to function in national harmony again. ' .. . Christian Scientists Pledged In Defense of world-wide religious World Democracles with the defenders of democracy everywhere, the Directors stated that it was their conviction that A if social and political freedom is to be preserved “democratic forms of government must be maintain- JOHN RANDALL DUNIV Incoming President of The First Church of Christ. Scientist. in Boston. Massachusetts Boston, Mass, June 2.—Some men who have been drafted into active service is’ pgtzgsgifa‘ghffisfit,‘$3.535; V T I s . . . . . . , h d a serious thing to cons1der, for these young men m annual meetmg today m Bos- a t .l NJ as y are the sons and husbands of every community Cigszfggesgzflgg B13233 O?YD,$‘3 and of labor itself; and the question of tempor- tors t0 consecrate themselves to the defense of the democratic system of government as the best happiness.” ed M l MILK $13331" $33? .Dairyland ._ ....... .. lb. 42¢ t Shelton Maid .... .. lb. 43¢ q I ¢ Darigold Cheese lb. 24¢ 11 KRAFT Cottage Cheese. lb. 15¢ ‘k * * Fruit Cocktail 9c "All—in—one” assorted mixed fruits. 1-H). tall tin. Corn Flakes 2 pkgs. 17¢ Kellogg's fresh crisp corn flakes. 11-02. pkg. Tomatoes Old Faithful whole kernclbantam corn. Shortening Royal Satin pure vegetable. Finest Vac. packed Candy Bars EXTRA SPECIAL——introducing Double Dare, Solo Cub and Peek~O-Brittle large size candy bars. 2 for 5:: ~Q dish for MUTTON ROAST LEG Of MUTTON ~ Young Mutton ............................................. .. COLORED FRYERS lb. 33¢ Highest Quality ................. ........................ .. SLICED BACON ...... .. lb. PORK SAUSAGE .... "lb. RING BOLOGNA .... .. ea. POT ROAST .............. .. lb. LEG of VEAL .......... .. lb. BLACK COD ............ .. lb. ‘ HALIBUT .................. .. lb. LITTLE PIGS .......... .. 1b. _—- WW_ ,.._._.____——~__ 3 large "Gal-denside" brand standard pack tomatoes Whole Corn tin “life, liberty and the pursuit of In thus definitely allying this movement The Directors also announced the election of John Randall Dunn of Boston and Centerville, Mass, as President of The Mother Church for the ensuing year. coéol’ERAIING WITH DAIRYMEN —-BUTTER— Tasty Pound .... .. lb. 38¢ 25¢ 10¢ 3-lb. tin 42¢ Edwards lb. 24¢; 2-lbs. Duchess Salad Dressing— finest quality q..24¢ _____.__————— lb. Meaty Shoulder ........................................... .. 28¢ 19¢ 15¢ 23¢ 25¢ 13¢ 21¢ 23¢ fl The chief 5¢ 1b. 13¢ duty of the President is to preside] Factories annually produce at the Annual Meetmg' nearly 600 million drinking glass— Evidence of this spiritual grow- esrwtumblers, goblets, and bar— th was found in the establish- wareiito take care of Amorim‘q ment of 37 new branches of The needs reports to the Censu’s Bu; Mother Church, seven of1 them in mau Show. England, one in Sw1tzerland, one 0 1 42 f t l. .I , in Africa and one each in British n y ac 011,85 are rethluw' to take care of Uncle Sam s bald Guiana and the West Indies. , _ Twenty Societies were reported spots' accordmg to Census 1"" to have taken the title of Church ords, which show that these es— and five new university organiza- tablishments employ 370 workers tions were formed and qualified in the manufacture of wigs for Offlmal appriai‘u switches, braids, and puffs made from human hair. Journal Want-Ads—Phone 100 ______—-— (.2375 ll' , . _ gi‘ “4mm 4291/2” Produce WATERMELON . . . . . 1b. CANTALOUPE . . . . . . lb. BANANAS ........ .. lb. 7;;- LETTUCE! ......... ..1b. 3;: RADISHES ..... .. bunch ¢ GREEN ONIONS. bunch 1¢ TOMATOES . . . . . . . . . lb. 10¢ COLA Sno-Cola carbon- aited beverage. Cane Sugar Pure Cane, fine granulated for your canning 12"”5' 10-le. 25-lbs. 100-1175. "$8¢ I 45 5’ 9 forzs O {,0 Puyallup Preserves ...................... .. 2-lb. jar 25c Town House Grapefruit Juice 46—02. 2 for 35¢ Libby’s Pineapple Juicc .................. ._ 47-oz. 23c Inavale Sour Pitted Cherries ......... -_ 20-02. 100 Country Home Cream Style Com... 20—02. 100 Van Camps Pork and Beans .......... .. 20-oz. 8c Biltmore Tuna 7-oz. tins .............. ._ 2 for 29c Cherub Milk .................................... ._ 12 for 89c Carantion Milk ................................ ._ 12 for 910 Keen Shortening ________________________ .- 4-1b. pail 59c White Magic Bleach ...................... .. gallon 250 White Magic Bleach .............. .. half gallon 14c Old Dutch Cleanser ........................ .. 14—02. 70 Waldorf Tissue ............ ............... .- 4 rolls 170 Sierra Pine Toilet Soap .................. .- 2 for 110 Superb Granulated Soap ................ .. 50-02. 35c Kitchen Craft Flour ...................... _. 49-lbs. 1.49 Kerr Regular Jars .......................... .. pints 670 Kerr Regular Jars .......................... __ quarts 83¢ Jells Rite Pectin —— 8-oz. bottles 3 for 290 Certo Deal —— 8-02. bottles ______________ __ 3 for 430 Kraft Brick, American, Velveeta .... 2-lbs. 51c Airway Coffee ........................................ _. 1b. 14c Airway Coffee .................................. -- 3-lbs. 39c Julia Lee Wright’s famous white bread now better than ever. “Enriched” with viatmin 8-1 and Iron to bring you more nutrition van: Mb' ¢ ii-ib.13¢ Loaf ,