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Shelton Mason County Journal
Shelton, Washington
June 12, 1941     Shelton Mason County Journal
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Page Eight SHELTON-MASON COUNTY JOURNAL Draft Callsr’Due ' , For July, Board } Here is Informed; Continuing its iuipredictable and ‘ contradictory course, the State Selective Service System ll(‘£1d- quarters yesterday notified the Mason County draft board that‘ 663 white men and six Negroes will be drafted in W'ashingtoni during July, with induction dates set for July 3, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 11, and 15. I Previous information from state headquarters; had been that no 1, further draft mils would be made; between June and Octriber. As yet Mason County‘s quota, of thef 663 men has not been announced; At the same time, summer month Office hours for the Mason5 County draft board office werei announced as daily from if» am. to 4 p.m. and Saturdays from Sf a.m. to l p.m. during June, July: and August. with a return to the: daily hours of 9 rim. to 5 pm.I and Saturday hours of 9 am. to. 1 p.m. from September to May. , FIRST BAPTIST (‘IH'RCH i J. O. Bovee, Pastor All services at regular sched-i uled times. All are invited. The? evening service will be, in chargei of the Monday night Bible Class in the absence of the pastor, who with Mrs. Bovee will attend thr Tacoma where Mr. 130ch will be Shelton Valley fl News Brevities Recorded Here Shelton Valley_ June ll. The regular meeting of the Grange Auxiliary will be held at the} home of Mrs. Merrill Sueger iiiE .. the Isabella Valley next wet-lg; Thursday, June. 19. 1 Mrs. Estella. Holman, aecmn-i panied by Mrs. Chas. 'Wivell and § '5, Mrs. Bob Evans and little daugh- ‘ ter, Mary Annette, from the Isa- i I‘ bella Valley and Mrs. Clarence Wi— vell and Mable. Holman. were. visitors in Olympia Thursday. ' Mrs. Dewey Bennett and son Keith and Mrs. Charley Baker and daughter Jean, visited in Shelton Friday at the home of' Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bennett. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Robinson of Lake Cushman spent Friday evening at the VVinsor home. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Shafer m- joycd dinner Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Bob Ranlin in Shelton. The birthdays of the men folk was celebrated. E. A. Rutledge is in Ellensburgr this week, attending the annual. State Grange convention. l Ardice Bennett returned from Seattle Saturday and plans to spend the summer at home and working in Shelton. Mrs. Estella Holman visited at. ‘ ning. ' COMBINATION Check Writer Lawn Mower Baby Rocker Dish Washer Thursda Don ’t Forget H i, . Sunday, June 1 Make HIM feel as though he is one Of: family and let’s Show our apprecia y, June '5 i .oREsr , MEAA meat .‘ Re} i . t I . l Sixth Avenue Baptist Church of: the Winsor home Thursday eve— l l Crab Furnace Stoker Gimme4a-Dime , i. the guest speaker at the evening MF- and MN- Hamld Adams of service. Mr, Bovco was pastor of . Shelton spent several days of last that church for five years prior‘week with Mr. and Mrs. Walter to his coming to Shelton. Cooke at Valley View Farm. Mr. and Mrs. Gardner Kirkwood -and daughter Jean of Vancouver. Washington, spent Saturday evr~ A R A M 0 u N ning at Echo Farm with the VVin- ;sor and Dewey Bennett familiesl THEATRE by an appropriate gift. We are listi few of the many items we have i11 9, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin O'Brienl . land children Melvin, Jr., Moilie’ ' She'mnvwash' and Glenn, who moved last fall‘ us. into the new house built by Vearl . Tonite Only 15¢ Bennett on his place, left Friday IT .for Seattle to stay with his par- DOUBLE FEATURE ‘ cnts for a time. Mr. O‘Brien has Cigars. . box of 50 $2.25 Maurice Chevalier EzeeqtgrrfployCd at the PUIP mill ml van Dykes White OWI A 1 Mrs. H. A. Winsor and Keithi ' ,-"I Bennett visited with Mr. and Mrs. ' NEWS” E. A. Rutledge Saturday evening: White and C01Ors t . George Kneeland has gone to . s and i Bremerton to work. ‘,~ - 2 2. . y t h 01" Visitors at Echo Farm the first i ears [ha ,, of the week were Mr. and Mrs. .____._/‘ .ffizeln any” :Frank Wandell, Mr. and Mrs. R.. i 8' ‘R. Phillips, Mrs. Frank Gordon, Selection of S gig-u: in ' lffo Mrs. L. G. Shelton, Harry Shelton and Elaine Bennett of Shelton, and Friday Saturday Mrs. Charley Baker and Jean. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Shafer call- WAS A lllll’ .. .. M... a... M... J. s. 5...... ANN res and Mr. and Mrs. Gordon McKay Al‘lTlO-GOLDWYfl-MAYII n run ,at Dayton Saturday. M”'°”"'L"'°"‘°‘”'”'“""""' Mrs. Hazel Healey and children Ann and David of Olympia, are spending the Week with her mo- ther, Mrs. E. A. Rutledge. Mable Holman visited Monday i and Tuesday in the Kamilchc Val- ley with Mildred Frazer. Dewey Bennett was a business 'visitor in Portland Tuesday and Wednesday. Luckies, Camels, Chesters, 1 Old Gold, Pall Mall carton O Dominos, Wings, Avalons, 1 Sensations .............. .. carton o PIPES and SMOKING TOBACCO ' ‘Sllllllllls «1mm We all know FATHER likes good food and when you buy food from the L. M. Food Department HE is always happy asherc you get only the finest foods. Here are some specials for Friday, ,Saturday and Monday: SPORT 5 _ SHIRTS . 5H am In andO-uter Shirt . . . . . . . . . . . . .v American Fuji. Herring Bone Shirt . . . . . . . . . . . .- Wool and Rayon. Hand-Stitched Collar. VANILLIA . . . . . . . . . . 15¢ Eitgzlfiiiiinzs.§h“t i - - - - ~ lOf 158,494 Japanese enumerated in the U. S. Pacific territories in 1940, 157,905 were in Hawaii, 326 in Guam, and 263 in Alaska. l ‘ The Census Bureia—uwigigrts that, Old English. S U G A V . ‘1, . , er, 0 k to . , POTATO CHIPS . . . . . . '3 pkgs. 25¢ 100-1105, ________________ H 5.69 ‘An Colorssp rt Shuts ' ' ' ' ' 69¢ , n 25-ibs. ............... .. 1.49 . ' "i. Muk 1041’s. ________________ H .59 Fashion Craft v " D A D BAR; . . . . . . . . . . .. lb. Ililiydt’our tCannoinwg F n Calumet ‘ equlremen s l - - r P .......... ..l . 1 1 Likes To FlSll-‘ gym? 0WD“ I by glegg-fi 31,1333; ,3; 55¢; 2 for 1.00 F “ (And HIOSt Dads D0) . . . . . . . . .. 3 Tons Pectin Y. n a —————-—y TIE RACKS Ehzttheaisqugp htimiefcel c o, goyRN ........ .. 4 pkgs. A Full Line of Canning Accordian Typo—Holds 24 in is avori e s ort. See ammara" 5 r ~ _ . omrhcorfnpletet ling of «luaI- BEVERAGES DOG F001) ______________ ‘_ 12 cans 55¢ Supplies 1 00 ity fishing supplies. Dad's a good sport it's your turn to be one with a s p o r ti n g Father's Day gift. 3 Hostess Bottles 3%“ 49 Marshmallows lb.]8c Hi Ho Campfire. Cooper Jockey Shorts .50 .. " Midway Jockeys .50 Evans Cig. Lighters 1.00 ‘ N ‘ r BUTTER WAFERS . . TELESCOPE POLES LB \ qt. E Belts .......... .. 50¢ to 1.50 “hum 1.50 up PKG' """"" " I Libby’s Rosédale—Full Qt. Jar. ._ I; I y t _’::::,.g 1 ' Give HIM a Dobbs Hat Certiflca ' Fish Baskets 1.00 up Tackle Boxes 75¢ up w; he‘ml'wliieod This certificate comes in a miniature gift 1709.9 Whg‘the E -miniature hat enclosed. He brings in the certiflw ‘ picks out the but he wants_ Spinners .... .. 10¢ up Jars Eggs .... .. 10¢ up Fish Lines 10¢ up Salmon Plugs 60¢ up Jack Lloyd Ford Fender Now Enriched With Minerals 1 Spoons ............ .. 1.25 Spoons .............. .. 50¢ ' and Vitamins Lost in Pro- cessing. 49-lb. bag .................. .. JEWELRY by HICKOK Key Chains 65¢ to 1.50—Cuff Links.,_.....gg .' I \ Our Fruits and Vegetables Are Garden Fresh. Bought M T TON SPECIALS Fresh and Kept Fresh in our Modern Refrigerator. Flies, All Kinds .................................. .. 10¢ each ———————— , I p Tie Bars With Finger Nail File Insert REELS FLY RODS l Leg of Mutton . . . . '. . . . lb. 18¢ New Local Cabbage . . . .. lb. 5¢ was... 3115352511) Mutton Roast . . . . . . . . . . lb. 15¢ Local Radishes I 3 bunches 5¢ ReguliUfil‘iigfsi he Mutton Chops . . . . . . . . 2-lbs. 37¢ Long Greencucumbérs' _ f...1,1:0¢ Beef Short Ribs lb. 13¢ C v . I. Armour’s Cold Cuts . . .. 1i). 29¢ amalePS’ Jumbo -- 2 for 28¢ 10 Varieties. Large Sunkist Lemons . . lb. 8¢ “5.2213” 3300“ - i - i- - - “0- 27¢ Full of Juice Oranges lO-lbs. 49¢ Carsten’s Dog Food . . 3 for 23¢ Local Spinach . . . . . . . . 3-lbs. 10¢ Large Wieners, . . . . . . . . lb. 21¢ Extra Large Lettuce . . . . . . . 5¢ .LllMBERMEN’S MEncA “Your Complete Department Store” ' ' l 35¢——3 for 1'00,” PACER S0 , 3‘ I; By HoleproofflGarter' A j Elec. Razor. 7.50 up Pocket Ben .... .. 1.50 Boat CushiOns .. 1.35 Eloc. Clock 3.95 up Johnson Camp Motor .......... .. $66 up Stoves 4.95 to 6.95 W if " CARPENTER TOOLS GI 0' HAND SAWS ................... ............................. .; .......... .. 1.50 up SMIALL ‘ VISES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . _ _ . . . . . . . . . . . 1.35 up “it HAMMERS ........... .. ..... .. 45¢ up BRACES ............................................................ _, 1.45 up HACK SAWS .............. .. 1.00 Billtolds ...... “1.00:? " Travel Kits 1.50t L g. Tobacco Pouch v Hardware Department LUMBERMEN’S MERCAN TILE E co...