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Shelton Mason County Journal
Shelton, Washington
July 1, 1941     Shelton Mason County Journal
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Page Six Spreading Viper The habit of the hognose snake. or “spreading viper” of spreading its head flat, in the manner of the cobra, when alarmed. has givcn it a reputation as the deadliest snake in the United States, next to the rat- tler. An article in the magazine Natural History, however. reveals that this snake is entirely harmless. Ni . “ M. Sport Slacks 5.95 to 8.50 0 Sport Coats 10.50 to 14.50 C Loafer Coats 5.95 to 7.95 0 Sport Shirts 1.00 to 3.75 O Straw Hats 1.25 to 2.45 Sport Shoes 4.50 to 5.50 o Swim Trunks 1.25 to 2.50 MUNRO’S MEN’S STORE NORTHERN PACIFIC’S deluxe individ— ual reclining chair coaches, With deep, soft cushions, washrooms and smoking lounge, modernistic lighting features, provide the low-cost, yet restful way to travel. You’ll really enjoy riding in these roomy Air-Conditioned coaches on the Roller-Bearing— COAST LIMITED Through to Chicago, daily. Also modern Tourist and Standard Pullman sleepers, Observation-club car and diner, servmg Good” meals, on the Route of the “Great Big” Baked Potato. Ask for low fares to any eastern point. Your nearest Northern Pacific Railway Agent will be pleased to help you plan your trip. “Famously ‘AM , Hitchhiking Lag l Visit Stark Home ! Near Waterwheel' 1‘ Tuesday, July 1715', Union, June 28.--~Charles Stark l a nephew of M. C. Stark. and \Vil- llard Conklin “hitchhiked” here, [from Minnesota. and had a veryi linteresting trip. They made won- iderful timefistopped a few places 1 “i ,‘and earned some spending mon-l ley. After a few days' visit withi J, 1 Mr. and Mrs. Stark, the boys left ; f. lto go back by way of California‘ iand other southern states. Theyi .‘ {Iwant to see as much as possible i ‘of the good old U.S.A.. and are ghaving a fine time doing so. 1 3, “Bill” Aldrich arrived a fcii ‘days ago with the new carwliav ging made quite a record trip. ! Mr. and Mrs. Ray Arbogath of ,j’ 7 California, are visiting it l‘w' ‘ ‘ ,days with George Allen and in lcidentally, picking some of tho: v wild blackberries. ‘ Mr. and Mrs. tof Edmonds, spent several :this Week With Mr. and Mrs. Bierbraner. : Mr. Gazzam of Bl'el'l'lOl‘tOll, who 1 ;f; iowns considerable property here, lhas had surveyors out surveying Otto Biol-broiler i ,3‘ day. lCd ‘ :-} the entire township to get the, proper corners of his otvnings. . ‘ I Mrs. Alice Martin, matron o u d s o F H n ' iElinor Chaptcll' of the Easter): e Star, attended the Welcomi- (33 ter in Shelton, Saturday (:V Mrs. Lud Andersen entertained _~ with at small dinner party Fri-1 day evening honoring Ray Stur— The Young Men’s Christian Association . . . The National Catholic Community Service . . . The I g V Salvation Army . . . The Y 0 u n g W o m e n ’ s 515mg; pféggl‘tmtfeiiis _. . Christian Association . . . The Jewish Welfare Al Martin and Mrs. Mayan -: -_i' Board . . . The National Travelers Aid Society. who assisted the hosttm. Mr. and i 1 Mrs. Vern Wyatt joint-ll Lht‘. group for coffee and cake- nnd for the exciting guild ‘of (l n 1' L g baseball. Al Martin was th.- uni-v3 . . . . . . . .. pin- or tho garlic. <5. Ml‘. and Mrs. Al Howard (An-i ‘ tertaincd several friend; 'l‘ln'zxw; day evening VVht'll Mr. Andrews; (11" Shelton, SimWed Home I" i h <-. . 1 l pictures. ._ V Guests of Miss Clara Edutwoud ‘ g. at Alderbrook for a few days this , 0 do its good work for the boys in the service, nited. Service Or- ganizations need. funds urgently. This worthwhile movement has as its aim theraising of a ten million dollar fund to provide Recreational, Spiritual and Soc- ial benefits for members of the Nation’s Armed Forces. son of Chit-ago and Mrs. Mitt-m' ' of Seattle. and Mrs. Fred l:obich:1u ,. were in Seattle Saturday for the l , opening of Longacres. , ,i Word has been received th at ' Capt. Pfundt and his cl‘cW' on the i Defender, had very favor-dbl» wra- fther on their trip to Alaska wa- i ters. l i Mr. I l I Mrs. Merritt Stark, who un— } ’ derwent a minor operation at ' lthe Shelton Hospital last week, ‘is home regaining rapidly. ‘ Mr. and Mrs, Will Cameron and ! 1. Edaughter Betty of Yakima Val-| ley were guests this week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Bit— tle. Mrs. Cameron is a sister of > Mrs. Bittle and has many otheri relatives here as both are grand- : 'daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Hon-' ry Morris. In honor of t h e I .l ; guests, a picnic was held at l Twanoh State Park last Wed— nesday evening. Those attendinn‘, were Mr. and Mrs. Herb Allen and ; : family, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Mor- ‘ ris and children, Mr, and Mrs. Henry Morris, W. R. Clapp. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Wright, Mrs. Harley Neldon, Mr. and Mrs. Liikc , Barnard, Mr. and Mrs. Bittle, their ‘ two children, and the honor guests. A clam bake and music was en~l joyed. Wheat Storage State Problem Washington state wheat grow- ers are confronted this year with the problem of where to store‘ the wheat, reports County Agent Clinton Okerstrom. The estimated 55 million bushel crop plus the ,heavy carry-over from last year 'causes much concern. Because of -heavy national defenSe needs for rail facilities it will be impossible ; to use box cars for storage facil- 'ities as has been a practice be- fore. Unless the farmers themselves i provide storage bins it may have ito be piled out in the open as lwas done in Canada last year. i Because of the abundant wheat crop and carry-over the wheat acreage allotment for 1942 has! been cut from 62 million acres to. 55 million under the AgriculturalI Adjustment Administration pro- gram. For God and Country-United We Serve Volunteer for Service in the U. S. 0. Campaign in your own City or Town. Communicate directly with your local chairman, if you have not already been advised, and you will be given information regarding plans of organization. and other comfort MM. cw Local Chairman — (This Space Donated to this Worthy Cause by The Journal)