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June 19, 1941     Shelton Mason County Journal
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Pa go Right News Notes From Potlatch S c r i b e Tell Happenings By Elizabeth Hussman and Mildred “'oodu'orth Potlatch, June at the school house Tuesday eve— ning by Mrs. J. Simmons and Mrs. K. Simmons. bridge were played. went to Mrs. Reader; second high and the galloping goose went to Mrs. Carlson. Mr. and Mrs. L. Shogren and daughter of Seattle were guests of the C. J. Readers on Fri- day. Mr. and Mrs. F. DeLap and son, also of Seattle, visited at the Readers over the week- end. Mrs. Reader’s brother, Roy Doran, was a guest there for sev- eral days. Donald Reader is visiting his. cousin, Jack Reader, of Everett, for several weeks. W. E. Brooks of Shelton is visiting at the Chet Woodworth home. Mildred Woodworth was the guest of Jean Webb of Eldon for the past week. Miss Verda Schultz of Port- land, Oregon, is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Les Wyres. Mrs. Knowlton and Mrs. Huson of Tahuya, were callers at Mrs. Wyres last Tuesday. Winifred and Mary Jane Hav- ers of Bremerton, were guests of their cousin, Elizabeth Huss~ man, over the weekend. Mr. Terry Pagel drove to Che~ halis where he visited relatives Thursday and Friday. Mrs. Dick of Jorsted Creek call— ed on Mrs. Rodgeberg Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Gadley and sons drove to Yakima Thursday where they visited friends, returning home Sunday. Miss Nellie Esaw visited her parents Saturday and Sunday. Mr. 2' and Mrs. Esaw‘s daughter and son—in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Smith of Seattle, were there also over the. weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Burnett and son, Larry, and Mr. and Mrs. ParkerI drove down to Longview and Woodland on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Al Main of Olym- pia spent Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. Roy Aselson. Jean Briggs was the guest of, her sister, Lillian, in Bremerton from Thursday through Tuesday. Doctor and Mrs. Leard of Brem- erton were guests at the Briggs home Sunday. Dick Tyler is spending the week at one of the National Y. M.C.A. camps in Washington. Mr. and Mrs. Tyler and fam- 18.AThe Pot-,i latch Social Club was entertained' After the 1 business meeting, two tables of. High score: ily drove to Tacoma Wednesday where they visited friends. Houseguests of the I. J. Gron- void’s are, Mr. and Mrs. Gron— vold and Mr. S. Gronvold of Long- beach, California. After a tour which included Las Vegas, New Mexico, Grand Canyon, Boulder Lake. City, Yellowstone National Park, Spokane, and Grand Cou- lee Dam. They are now seeing Hood Canal. Mr. and Mrs. Day and family! were guests of the A. A. Bergsi of Bremerton Tuesday. Mrs. Pearce and son, Bob, re turned to their home in Potlatchi after a brief visit at her mo-i ther-in-law‘s in Seattle. ‘ Mr. and Mrs. Harold Gilham and Mrs. Isa Hadley of SeattlelI were Weekend guests of Doctor and Mrs. Richter. Mr. and Mrs. Gilham returned home Sunday evening, but Mrs. Hadley is stay- ing for a week’s visit. Mrs. Fred Siegel motored up Monday from Woodson, Oregon, to Hoodsport where she visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Nance, after visiting also at the home of Doctor and Mrs. Richter. She returned to Woodson Tues- day morning, taking with her her children, Dickie, Jackie, and Mary Anne, who had been visit- ing several Weeks at the Nance and Richter homes. Radio Network Linking Forest Fire Lookouts Olympia (Special)——Isolated as they are on high mountain peaks, the months of forest fire danger, the lookouts of the State Division of Forestry this season will have What is perhaps the most com— plete network of radio communi- cation of any similar group in the United States. Last week the state forestry division install- ed the last of 92 brand new, tw0- way radio sets. Built last winter to specifica- tions of the State forester's of- fice the new sets form two dis-‘ tinct networks. The primary net- work will connect each of the State’s lookout towers with the nearest State fire hall, where men and equipment are available for fire suppression. The secondary network is portable and will be used for communication between firefighters on the fire lines and lookouts, as well as with the fire camps, which have to be maintained during any extensive fire. The new sets are the latest thing in radio. They vary in “Weight from nine to 87 pounds, and in power from one-tenth watt to ten watts. All communication is by, voice, on a wave length of approximately nine meters. All operations are licensed by the government. In addition to the network out- lined, the State has made ar- rangements with the United States Weather Bureau to broadcast fore- casts to the various State look- outs and firehalls. And cooper- ating with the State network will be the American Legion's short- wave emergency network of more than 100 stations, a group of ex- perienced radio hams who in the past have done much volunteer work in surppressing forest fires in the State. rTo satisfy the American peo— ple’s craving for chocolate bars, 224,834,095 pounds of chocolate were converted into bars last] year, Census figures show. I l Dam, Zion National Park, Salt; l l I SI 1 El .TON-M A SON COUNTY ‘ We Reserve The Right To Limit All Purchases to our replacement Price. WHEN we say bargain days we mean just that. Why? Because we are going to let all of our customers have a.) 1: chance to buy merchandise for three days at the 01d prices. ‘ You all know that Prices have gone up, and we know that our prices on order for Fall are up; ‘We don’t say h high Prices are going, but we can say you will save money on these Prices. On Tuesday we must put our Prices up It will be our policy to keep Prices down to the Lowest Level. We are buying merchandise to protect our trade"? We ask you to check our Prices and you will find them about the same as Cash and Carry Prices—and you 03” gem, get free delivery, a credit account where you don’t have to wait for change, clerks that are trained to give yOu 5‘. " ““ friendly service and merchandise that is guaranteed. SHOE BARGAINS In placing our order for Full Shoes the Prices have been advanced from 25;: to 1.00 a pair. We Bargain Price SOAP BARGAIN Again we were able to get a Special Price for this 00. casion. We were only able to get 144 Boxes. This is the, famous Chateau du Pare, French milled soap. It comes in Apple Blossom, Pine, Rose, Lily of the Val~ ley, Carnation and Lanolated Dri Skin Soap. I Reg. Price 1.00 ...................... .. Sale Price 50¢ Ladies Silk Hose, Reg. Price 79¢ 2 prs. 1.25 Service Weight Durham Hose. Asst. Colors. Durham 3-Thread Chiffons, Reg. 79¢ ...................... .. 2 prs. 1.25 RAYON LUNCH CLOTHS Here Is A Very Useful Item Every Housewife Can Use. Buy Several At These Bargain Prices! styles in Kedettes and Black and Sport Canvas Shoes. We have man y therefore advise you to buy your shoes now. 2.95 Our Price 6.00 Blue, Black Gabardine Air Step Shoes. I’l‘ices lll most places 6.85. Regular Summer Styles in ‘ i . J ~ . ‘ Spectator lumps in Black Priced and White, Blue and White 34x34 and Brown and White in all ' heels. Air Step Spectators & ASSt- DeSlgn . . . . . . . - - - - . . - - . . . . . - . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 6.00. 50x50 éVomen‘s Patent and Gabar- p Asst‘ DeSlgn ’ ‘ ' ' ‘ ' ‘ ' ‘ ’ ’ ' ' ' ' ' ' ‘ ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ine Combination with Cu- I“iced At ban Heels. Reg. price 3.95 TOVVOIS ...................................................... ._ and 4.95. 15x30 Part Linen. Asst. Floral Design Tea Towels. GROCERY BARGAINS Here Is-Your LAST CHANCE to Get in on the Ground Floor. We Suggest You Stock Up on These Bargains! iV Canned Food Prices Are Advancing! Here Are Values That Mean Savings: Gingeg Ale, Double Cola, Orange SCANS ooz, Soda—28-OZ- Seaport Beans, No. 2 cans ______________________________ __ 69¢ 1.28 -. . . . . . .i . . Reliance Corn, N0. 2 cans ________________________________ ,, 77¢ 1.50 p . (plus Gems“) Emporium Solid Pack Tomatoes, No. 2% ...... .. 75¢ 1.43 I Reliance Dinner Peas, No. 2 cans .... ............ _. 77¢ 1.50 G°°d Che" Silverdale Puree Tomatoes, No. 2% .............. .. 68¢ 1.25 Libby’s Yello Cling Peaches, No. 2% .......... .. 95¢ 1.85 Beverage- Florida Gold Grapefruit ___________ ..‘. .................... ,. 1.39 Bottle . . . . . . . . Hostess Pineapple, No. 2l/z—8 slices ............ ..1.05 2.02 Bounty Grapefruit Juice, 46-oz., ...... .. 3 cans 50¢ 1.85 Saniclor Heinz Strained Baby Food .............................. .. .85 Cleanser & Bleach Nalley’s Catsup __________________________ ._ 14-oz. bottle 83¢ 1.53 Buy A Case Of Six And Save! Libby’s Whole Peeled Prunes, N0. 2 ............ .. 1.19 Libby’s Crushed or Sliced Pineapple, 9-02..... 1.19 case ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ‘ ‘ Libby’s Fruit Cocktail, No. 1 tall .................. ._ 1.50 AMHS NU --------- 11" can Tea Garden Concord CO CO MALT ............ __ lb. 33¢ GRAPE JUICE With C l PAROWAX ...... __ 2 pkgs. 25¢ Natura‘v “sweeten; 00 3235i. 6’“ 3 ts. .............. .. . . CERTO .......... 3 bottles 45¢ Q Lb. ______ __ 23¢ Special “A” Large EGGS ..............2doz.69¢ SUNSHINE 2-lbs. Krispy Crackers— 2-lbs. Grahams— Both.........55¢ Qualél‘y MEATS BABY BEEF ROAST . . .. lb. 25¢ SHORTRIBS lb. 13¢ MUTTON ROAST lb. 15¢ Hi H09 utter Wafers . . . . lb. 19¢ LARGE WIENERS . . . . . . lb. 21¢ MORRELL’S BACON . lb. 29¢ ‘ F 1.719511 Produce LINK SAUSAGE . . . . . . . . lb. pr Igéekéhhg ' " GROUND BEEF lb. 25¢ ' Cauliflower...............10¢ MUTTON STEW ---~ - - - - lb- 9¢ 1.23.22??? . . . . . . . . . . . . 5,: COTTAGE BUTTS ..... . lb. 29¢ COLORED HENS . . . . . . . . lb. 28¢ Crisp Hard Head. Armour’s Oranges 10-lbs. 49¢ Local Spinach 3-lbs. 10¢ COLD CUTS lb.33¢ PIECE BACON lb. 27¢ New Shafter White Potatoes . . . . .. 8-lbs. 25¢ Local Carrots . . 3 bus. 10¢ FURNI Dinette Sets “Sleepmaster” DIVAN TUB duties A complete stock for your All inner tuftedwfinger my control «e “06 selection. bedding compartmentwjust the thing posit . for that extra bed for the summer guest. ex 5-Plece Chrome Steel Sets Your choice in fine, durable fabrics. ,pre‘r As Low As: 86.50 . ' ' Your ChOice , 5-Piece All Hardwood Sets In Velours , , i in gav; ' l MANY OTHERS AT REAL Yfmr ChOICe In 4 l 1,3,3; SAVINGS! High Pile Mohair .................. .. i h sa] . ‘i Cup“ E voun LAsT CHANCE AT mess Low ’. ll aetioi ., " l-E-S- 7’Wa)’ Fluorescent Combinatl': FLOOR LAMP FLOOR LAMP a . '. Choice of Ivory or Bronze Ivory or Bronze finish Ivory 0,. Bron finish with silk 7.95 with white silk 13.95 shade and shade and globes shade and globes and globes. .... BED ROOM SUITES The always popular Colonial style Early Ameri- d . can finish. Spool bed, chest, dressing table and . -"e bench. =I-piece only. sprmg F. 4 Early American or Walnut finish. Poster bed, . .I chest, full size vanity and bench~—4—piece only. Modern blond walnut with waterfall fronts on all pieces. y. SWING ROCKERS The Perfect Posture Rocker By “Sleepmaster” Customobuilt Hand Tailored. CHOICE OF TAPESTRY COVERS .............................. .. CHOICE OF VELOUR COVERS &. DESIGNS 17.95 to 22.50 CHOICE OF MOHAIRS .................................................. .. Ladies Ready-To-Wear / In the face of advancing prices we are very happy to still be in a position to give you these sensation— al values. Sanforized Slack Suits 1.29 Solid color trousers with striped jackets~ in colors of Rose, Copen, Aqua and Navy —Childrens sizes 8‘to 12»—Womens Sizes 12 to 20. A 1.98 value. Winnie Mae House Dresses 1.00 Gay cotton prints of unusual styling and quality“ In sizes 9 to 46. We have’a limited amount of these dresses, so come early to insure getting yours. Washable House Coats 2.98 Cotton print house chats of distinction—— Short puff sleeves——small waist lines and full swing skirts in sizes 12 to 20. , Clearance Dresses 3.47 Clearance on one group better dress values up to 12.50 in sizes 12 to 20~—,Navy, Black, Blue, Rose, Brown and Green. No Refunds -— No Approvals --— No Exchanges All Sales Final! minimum BARGAINS-3‘35 Bed, chest vanity and bench-—5-pieces Heavy . . g‘. ‘n Guaranteed Sp!”l tic Sisal Insula of Woven Ticking Side Hand $14.75 Box Springs .- lei 14.95 24.95 Men's Wear Bargains Here is a chance to stock up at a real saving. Our De- partment head has looked ahead and bought merchan- dise so as to make it possi- ble for you to buy for Three Days at the old Prices. Here are a few of the many itemS- Work Pants .... .. 1.59 Sanforized Forest Green Covert. Light weight ankle length, 5”” Waist Overalls 5‘: Extra Special 8-02. in sizes Amati only. Sanforized. I Ne Summer,UnderW6§,v ' ~_ Ecru cotton union suits. Work Pants ,i Big Yank Oxford grey covert' ‘ IV "Vk Shirts and Shorts we Mens and Boys. Just the g” 39 ‘, 'e the summer. Jockey style. r ‘ Canvas Gloves . . P . 16 " Close out! Double faced, Sh‘ng Shinglewcaver Gloves 2f“ Red Brute Palm Gloves .. . . Double Fleeced I? be . i‘ V h Palm Gloves .. 2 for f ,. ,0‘ Leather Faced Gloves.........~ Old English Wax—No Rubbing .............. .. qt. 69¢ 53-piece Decorated China Dishe‘fl Old English Wax—No Rubbing . Pt. 39¢ Wire Window Flower Frames Jinn Glass Bowls ............................................... .. 19¢ Colored Flower Pots ........ ~ log: Extension Screens .... --12X33 35¢ Wearever AluminumTea Kettles ‘ . to ( Extension Screens ................................ .. 12X45 50¢ Wearever Aluminum Kettles “Wee?” 7-Qt. Cold Pack Enamel Kettle ................ ..1.29 Large Glass Coffee Makers ‘ rm 50-Ft. All-Rubber Hose Couples .................. ..2.39 Colored pottery Tea pots .... PYREX WARE Here is a ware that will never stain and ‘ will last a lifetime: 1V2-Qt. DOUBLE BOILER .................. ..5.65 am. DOUBLE BOILER .....6.65 FRY PANS ..................... .. ..3.65 KETTLES ................... .. i .-———_*’—__l7 V V . IDOUBLE BOILERS ............ “ STAINLESS STEEL Your last chance to get tn! CASSEROLES .................... hm. PIE PLATES ....... .. higo,‘ BAKING DISHES 0v,