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,. as Page Two W St. Edwards Vacation school closes next Sunday SChOOl Popular Holy Communion. With new enrollments daily, the vacation bible study school con- Catholic church has enjoyed a large at- tendance this summer, Rev. Marl: bible ducted at St. Edwards Weichman reports. The APRIES .895 as Iow‘as VSHELTON titanic to The classes have been practic~ ‘ ing singing for Mass for the Feast of the Sacred Heart and for the ‘v benediction which will follow, ltev. VVeichman added. Journal “’ant- Ads—Phone 100 Both ends of Ironrite are com- pletely open and usable. Full width materials are ironed without a crease. Ironrite is the greatest time and labor- saver for the home. Recent surveys show there are more Ironrites doing 100% of the ironing in the American home than all other ironers combined. W 3 ill seven students making their first ‘I ' 'majesty. Who l CHRISTIAN SCIENCE : “Is the Universe, Including Man, l Evolved by Atomic Force 1’" is the 1- subject of the Lesson-Sermon: h will be read in all Churches: Christ, Scientist, Sunday, June? 29. l Golden Text: “The Lord is 3.? great God, and a great King; above all gods. In his hand are; the deep places of the earth: the, jstrength of the hills is his aiso"i i {Psalms 95:3,4). Among the citations comprise the Lesson-Sermon is the ‘ following from the Bible: “. . . OE ' Lord my God, thou art very great; thou art clothed with honour andf coverest thyself? with light as with a garment: -who, stretchest out the heavens; f i like a curtain. Who laid the foun- ; datith of the earth, that it should i ' not be removed for ever" (Psalms ,V 1042125). i ‘ The Lesson-Sermon also in-l eludes the following passage from i, the Christian Science textbook! , “Science and Health with Key to l .the Scriptures“ by Mary Baker Eddy: “Infinite Mind creates and i governs all, from the mental mo— 3, ,lecule to infinity. This divinel *Principle of all expresses Scien-i Lee and art throughout His crea-[ v tion, and the immortality of man, and the universe. Creation is ever: ,appearing, and must ever con—3 , tinue to appear from the nature l of its inexhaustible source” (p 507224-29). l 1 Navy Needs Athletic l Instructors Badly Navy recruiters have received ‘ word that men are needed as ath— ' letic instructors in the navy and , :men meeting- requirements will be :who take needless chances in their hurry to getl lcommissioned as officers. 1 l five years experience or the i, equivalent amOunt of part-time gexperience will be accepted lieutenants, junior grade. Men having not less than 10 years or the same amount of experience in, the field of athletics will be com-i missioned as lieutenants in the regular navy. who qualify for the required amount of training which would give them a ranking of lieuteng ant commander or higher, pending on the training. Prior to the national defenseJ program one out of every 20 ltrucks operating on the public l highways was owned by the fed- ! eral, state and local governments. Military equipment has increased ‘the ratio of publicly-owned vehi- cles. 37 ‘ . '0’ ,v~»2:.:.. Q \‘ “AM 1 ,. Kit; CITY MARKET BUTTER OXYDGL FORMAZ i 34%. Wax PAPER MATCHES OXYDOL Vanilla GREEN ONIONS and Radish-es . . . .6 rolls ..... 35¢ ........ .. ‘/z~gal. 19¢ Pkg. .................. ...... .. KREMEL PUDDING Chocolate—Caramel ‘3 pigs. 13¢ VEGETABLES EX. Lge. Lettime 3/ 10¢ Cauliflower .. . . .. 10¢ Local Peas. . 4-lbs; 25¢ Lomons doz. 25¢ CANTALOUPES WATERMELONS CITY Campbell‘s Tomato SOUP BLEACH .......... ._ HOT SAUCE .............. .. 6 cans 25¢ WHEATIES .............. .. 2 pkgs. 23¢ PORK & BEANS ........ ._ 3 cans 25¢ CALUMET .... .. ................ _. can 17¢ FELS NAPTHA ........ .. 6 bars 29¢ ......... .. carton 19¢ 3C-ans.....25¢ E HE All e Hcrc'; relief from summer heat. Stimulating, hot beverages to start the déy rigid-and cool, frosty drink: to refresh you and your family _ a? 21.c 52-:.: Paper NAPKINS 3 pkgs. 25¢ Del Monte GOITEE 4-lbs. 1.05 21¢ Steer Beef Pure Pork Fresh Ground 1/2 or whole. 6 for 10¢ M EAT s ShldRstPorlllh-ZZc, Short Ribs lb. 15c SflllfillGE 2 lbs. 25c Hamburger lb. 170 Pork Steak lb. LegLamb........lb. Bacon...........lb. Breast Lamb . lb. Lamb Steaks . . . . lb. 23 SALMON ~— HALIBUT —— LING COD All Fresh 23¢ 28¢ 22¢ 15¢ .~ ircceiving their Journal by mail. which i v: lnot object to even more stringent patrol to check' 7 llarge share may be charged to careless walkers! Those having not less than, l as I l l __ l l Positions are also open to men; de~ l l sary —- l ,_KSHELTo_i}I—MAsoN COUNTY “JOURNAL: suitor—limos tilllill‘l JOURNAL Consolidated with The Shelton Independent Entered as second‘class matter at the postol‘i ice at Shelton, W'ashlngton Subscription Rates: L... —— Wha Go s On At 5 Hoodsport T o l d By Correspondent BY MAIL: in Mason County (outside 01' Shelton city mail (:ELI‘I‘lUI‘ districts) B Yvonne Bartels 1 ‘ . l $2 Der year; (J months, $1.25; 3 l'ii1)l‘.ll]"?, c. Foreign $13.50 pi-r your. Postal H d y .t June 16 __ Fridqu (hmti'd by Leonard TIHOtSOH car" regulations [oi-bid residents of Sill'lltil’i Sl'l‘YUd by city mail carrier from 00 Spot ’ “‘~ iney, of Beverly HlllS. evening friends of Mr. and Mrsl Norman Phillips motored to Bea-j con Point to see them and enjoyl BY JOURNAL CARRIER: in Shelton, 25¢ per nmmli (collected by carrier) , or $2.50 per year in advance. 1 Published every Tuesday and Thursday afternoon GRANT C. ANGLE Editor dinner at their new restaurant.j " '7 ,m The included Mr. and Mrs. HA J' LBER ANGLE iR. Dickinson and daughter, Mrsj Manilg" {Don Soule, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest? Carlson and daughter Esther, of Potlatch, Mr. and Mrs. Wally An-. lderson, Mrs. Josie Lassoie, Mr.; ,Howard Lockwood, Mr. and Mrs.) iJ. C. McKiel, and Mr. and Mrs? H. I. Millo. After dinner they“ spent the evening with the Phil-i lips. ' On May 27th Mrs. Will Lunt, entertained the Past Matrons of ‘the O.E.S. Ten were present for, a delicious 12:30 luncheon withi the remainder of the afternoonl spent socially. The Ted Zink’s are building a home in Annapolis. Bruce Pagel of Skokomish Valley has been as-i sisting him. Mr. Zink has been employed at the Bremerton Navy, Yard for the past five or six months. . Mrs. Don Soule and children, Carol and Robert, joined her hus- band in Seattle, Sunday, where he is employed. ! Mr. and Mrs. Matt Kaare, of' Tacoma, visited friends here inf Hoodsport Sunday. Member of VVashingion Newspaper l’ubllshcrs' Association I and National Editorial Association. , GROWING AUTO HAZARDS With the automobile becoming of almost universal use and the increasing traffic and haz- ards beginning to demand more care from all who drive and also less driving by those who are in- clined to mix their gas with liquor it is encour- aging to note that the police and patrol are pinch-. ing down on violators of law and public safety. The summer vacation is now on and for the next three months the children who spend their days in school will be out on the streets more than usual and will add to the hazards of driving and the percentage of accident, and the public willI l accident toll, now worse than war. Of course, all the blame for auto accidentsl . . . ~. “‘h 11 f L k icannot be placed on the drivers because a tool Mr and M15 “ 0 a e Cushman, are spending his days' off in Tacoma with relatives. The William ‘Noods of Seattle returned Sunday from a week's! vacation in their summer home, here in I—Ioodsport. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Follettee of Tacoma are at Gateway Inn for a week. , Doris Cleveland of Shelton is‘ [visiting Betty Linscott while her mother is away. She arrived Fri- day. Eric Nelson is employed at 01- u - ' y H ' l lala as a carpenter. I ‘ F1reproof Americas defense effort, is the, Last Wednesday evening was, i ;current motto of the National Board of Fire Un-' the scene of a pgtlluckdpicpjic on. -' ' ' ' r ' McKiel‘s beach 0 owe y a derwriters, Wh1ch is celebrating 1ts 75th_ann1ver game of croquet on the lawn. th1s May. And here are some startling facts Those present were Mr. and Mrs.l concerning the toll of fire which were recently H. R. Dickinson, Doris Soule, Mr. . . . and Mrs. J. C. McKiel, Howard. (31th by W. E. Mallalleu, the Nat10na1 Board’s general manager. Lockwood, Betty and Gloria Mc-' 5:121 and Mr. and Mrs. Alex Bar In the last 24 years, fire killed more Ameri- cans than died on the battlefields of Europe in World War I. Jim Rose of Skokomish Valley is visiting Penny Reed at Lake Cushman for a week. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Smith of l The total value of property destroyed by fire during those 24 years would have paid for two- tnirds of the War Department’s gigantic expend1- t M23. J. c. ndKielAaind daugh- er oria an Mrs. ex Bartels: tures durlng world war 1' motored to Tacoma Friday to? cording to the Census, was equal' g to $26.78 for each person in the} eludes all .World‘War I constructIOn. United States. 1,, add,,,,,,,_ local. America’s f1re waste 1n homes, factories and elsewhere smce 1917 is equal to the cost of 50 to pay for a large part1 of the magnificent defense establishment we are working frenziedly to build now somewhere and add to the worries of drivers who 3must guess what the other fellow plans to do; to play safest it is well to hold down on speed. FIRE MUST BE LICKED Shelton, formerly of Hoodsport,, motored to Mineral last week to' visit Mr. Smith's sister and br0-. ther-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Visser.' In those 24 years, fire’s toll Was more than shop- |$9,500,000,000. That IS enough money to have paid Th b ’1 m a; f l - .e corn inet pu ic e o alll for three t1mes_as many naval fighting ships as the states June 30, 1940’ a(,_ we actually built during that period, which in- governments, such as county and city, had combined debts equal to $126.98 per person. super dreadnaughts, a thousand destroyers and, Ion top of that, a thousand gigantic bombing Iplanes. In short, 1n little more than a generation, fire has utterly destroyed money values sufficient Fire is the destroyer par excellence. Fire must be licked if we are to have defense in the least possible length of time and at minimum lcost. Remember that in 24 years fire took 240,000 American lives,, and destroyed almost $10,000,- OO0,000 worth of American property. Then re- |solve to: do your part to make sure that won’t lhappen again. , ' l LUMBER INDUSTRY MOVES AGAIN Str. Beans Grapefruit Lettuce 3 Firm, Crisp The Northwest lumber industry is back at work again in camps and mills after five weeks of lost time and wages, withthe exception of the 10— cal concerns and several in this district where the unions have not yet accepted the Mediation Board’s ‘ recommendations. The Simpson Logging Company, which ac- cepted the original agreement on May 23rd, is ready to go and only aWaits the approval of the local unions to say the Word, when the logging camps, the railroad and shops, and the lumber shift at the mill will start the wheels. Five weeks of idleness have brought realiza- tion of the weakness of federal arbitration and lack of power to require that industry and its 1&- bor shall continue working on any line required for national defense; that the public interest de- mands a ceiling both to wages and cost of prod- note. There should be a lesson in the recent ex- perience to all concerned directly in that nothing t Bani CORN is gained by labor inmost strikes that are. allowed- . ed to drag that could not be secured through fairl CAN mediation without loss of time, wages and produc- 1 tion and reSort to strikes which are a losing game to everybody in each community. Sl’AGHETTI -lb A MILLION DOLLAR RAIN Every little rain that comes along anywhere in the country is greeted with varied comment, some of it critical, yet on second thought a good rain at this season is worth a million dollars to many people, and does not a pennyof harm, unless to farmers whose hay is down or whose berries are ripe. Such a rain as that of this week is I a dampener on the woods and is worth a million to the loggers who are beginning to worry about fires in the woods and would put a rain—maker on the payroll if that were possible. BLEACH ‘ 1/3 GAL. .......... ._ GRAPEFRUIT NO. 2 Gillile 2 FOR .......... __ itcners is the announcement that; l the Columbia West Coast Churchl ioi‘ the Air will present a Chris—i5 tian Science program, next Sun—l day morning, 1 o’clock. The broadcast will be con- 1 ‘Boarfl of Directors of The Mother ‘ preparations New Spuds 304m. 89’ Pectinzfor19c 25¢ 00"! Pkg. .' ..... .. 17¢ CHRISTIAN SCIENCE Of interest to many local lir— June 22, at 8:00 The program is given with the .- npproval of The Christian Sciencel Church, of Boston, Massachusetts, and may be heard locally over‘ stations KIRO, Seattle and KVI, Tacoma. Annual production reported to the Census Bureau by the glass industry includes 2,535,000 gross of milk bottles; 2,574,000 gross of beer bottles, and 8,212,000 gross of liquor and wine bottles. Glassi containers for medicines and toilet number 17,994,000 gross. N Thursday, June? ‘ war, “operations 0f ‘ In Handy Sifter Cams 5, Although the CU. ed as the cause of "' the Census returns Three of these were. injuries during the‘ EVE“ War and one was the American citizen f1" ‘ ‘ E T» ceivcd in the Spam Here‘s a quick sale. help you keep your " these pests—simply 51):]. across their trails an ; crevices. , , BUHACH—fm‘ one of the best DI“), these nasty loathstim9‘ Grocery, Seed Stores moons? MORE PEO Now You Can Buy This Big General Electric *Accarding to recent surveys The unsurpassed performance rec- ord of G-E refrig- erators has made th em th e p r e- ferred choice of millions of American homes. G-E MODEL l36-41. 6.2 cu. ft. of storage space. 11.7 sq. ft. of shelf area. 80 big ice cubes. All- steel cabinet. Sealed-in-steel G-E Thrift Unit. V Spcialsfor Friday and Saturday Fresh Peas 3-lbs. 17¢ Oranges 49o 2-lbs. 190 6 for 190" heads 100‘ Broken $1 | Alber’sl Kellogg's Hot Cake Delicious coffee Free Cake Turner a General Electrié «I PI FlakesS pigs Shredded Wheat Flour Ill-lbbag 2-lbs. 25¢ Formay H 34%. ca PLE pr . ‘ 1' ice