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Grain Eeeding ' l‘lHo—odswport Girl I Dairy Cows ls l Covers Lots Of ;_. Aid In Defense; Area Over 4th I __.__. Records that have accumulatedl By Yvonne Bartels for many years indicate that dairy Hoodsport, July 8. We On Wed- cows will maintain production at ', nesday, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Me— a level from 10 to 15 per cent'Kiel and daughters Gloria and higher if they are fed grain dur- Betty, motored to Seattle where ing the pasture season, says Otto Betty boarded a plane bound for J. Hill. extension dairyman at the San Francisco. She was met at State College of Washington. the airport in that city by Hart- This fact, points out Hill, ley Barber of Fort Ord, formerly mch it possible for Washing- of Hoodsport, and they motored ton dairy farmers to help in the to Visalia to the home of Hart- present national defense emer- ley’s, mother, Mrs. Ione Barber gency by proper grain ‘feeding‘of where she spent. a very happy hig} producing cows. The govern- holiday. They VlSlted Sequoia Nu- I :‘f ment has requested increased pro— 'tiOnal Park. the Golden Gate duction of milk and dairy pro- Bridge, San Francisco's famed ducts to aid the defense efforts of Chinatown, and many other points this nation and for shipment to Of interest She returned Slmdfly ; Great Britain. evening via Mainliner. HELTON-M N Y .IOUR Here is the sale you have be ing for. Every item on this a. well as numerous others we We? able to get in this space, is a re» ing to you. All items are Spring and S u m m e r mercha that we are clearing t0 make_l for our Fall merchandise. It W11 you to come in and take advantage»' these Savings. “ MEN’S SHORT... Regardless of Price We Are Reg. W Maple Fan Back, Natural Long Enough For Seat And Cleaning Up A Group of Broadcloth Shorts 1» e i . . A I v . l . - r Value At 25¢. Claim"C , . . . l«‘ lsh R Pr cw $2.25 Back. lune For Lawn 01 Ladies Sweaters. C o a t, I ‘, Soverdl lmpmmnt {Sculls musit Ruth Linscott, who is cmploy- m t” I ’ Beach. All Colors Reg. Pullovers, Long Sleeves, Il‘lce ea Fm b3. considered, however. Hill says. ed with the National Bank M- $1.25. Curmng Reg. From $129 in successful grain feeding- of , washington in Tacoma, was hum!" ‘ COWS during pasture season. If to spend the holidays with herl greatest returns are to be Secur- l~d from feeding grain. cows must be fed according to milk and but-. tel-fat production. Low-producing cows will not pay as great a re—, turn as high-producing cows; Therefore. the dairyman says, the‘ grain must be fed according to: the production of the cow. The amount of grain to be fed also depends considerably on the quality of the pasture to which the cows have access. If the cows are consuming good pasture, grain requirements will be less than when on ronghagc. When pastures' are poor. the grain requirements will be, equally as great as when hay is being fed. As a general rule. when pasture is excellent, Holsteins can profitably consume one pound of grain for every six or seven pounds of milk, while: Jerseys and Guernseys can make use of one pound of grain for ev- ery four or five pounds of milk.‘ When pastures are poorer the, amount of grain may need ‘to be; increased. With regard to the actual grain fed, Hill states that a. combination of canal parts of oats and wheat or oats and barley is recommend- ed. Combining equal parts of oats, wheat and barley in one ration. would also be satisfactory. He cautions, hOWever, that when bar-K ley and wheat are combined they must be coarsely ground to avoid throwing the cows off feed. Advice on feeding dairy cattle in various sections of the state and on varying pasture conditions. is available through membership in Dairy Herd Improvement Asso- ciations or through conference with local county agents. Visit Here . Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Colberg of Pendleton, Oregon, were guests last week of Mr. and Mrs. Sher- man Soule. Gas is More Economical. adv. DAINTINES-S! LENTHERIC puts the stress on daintiness for the teen-age girl —and, in the name of dalnti- ness, has created Bouquet “Pink Party.” Echoing the “Pink Pariy’ l TEEN-AGE perfume note in lighter form, the Bouquet version is intended as her informal fragrance”. Its fresh, dewy fragrance enhances her youthful charm. oz. flacon . . $1.00 W ith atomizer $1.25 oz. flacon . . $1.75 With atomizer $2.00 Other Bouquets By LENTHERIC Tweed $1 up I Shanghai . $1 up Miracle .. $1 up Confetti . $1 up Gardenia. $1 up l Abientot . $1 up' Also LENTHERIC Presents Eau DeCologne Iceberg. 4-02 ........... .. $1.00 $1.75 $2 Fir Drug Store i Eau DeCologne Iceberg. 8—oz ........... .. Eau DeCologne Iceberg with Atomizer .............. .. ‘highest city officials to U. S. parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. K. Lizi< l f. Cushman. of Lake and Mrs. Eric Nelson and} scott Mr. family motored to Ollala for the holidays to visit her parents. Hollis Handly of spent his three-day leave and Bob Handly here in Hoods- port. . , . Mr. and Mrs. Red Larson, for- merly 01' Chehalis, have moved in- to the house vacated some time 1- ago by the Shull's. i Rose Dickinson and several . friends motored to Kennewick to; attend the rodeo there. The y; spent all three of the Fourth of l July holidays and reported they: enjoyed it very much. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Conan and son, Jim, of Olympia, visited lure this weekend and announced they had purchased the, McDonald home. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wolch and: family moved to Dee, Oregon, last! week. i Mr. and'Mrs. Gerald Lunt and1 daughter, Jean of Port Angeles,l were guests of his parents, NIB? and Mrs. Will Lunt for the holi—, days. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Dickinson, and son, David of Portland, for-I merly 0f Hoodsport, spent the} Fourth of July with his parents] Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Dickinson. ‘ Mrs. Dean was called to Seat-l tle Sunday where her father is‘ ill in a hospital. Betty Iverson of Tacoma, for- merly of Lake Cushman, is visit-f ing for a short time with Mr.l and Mrs. Johnny Neudorfer Lake Cushman. Mrs. Harry Follette is spending a few days visiting in Tacoma this week. Mr. Ernie Wynn, who is em-l ployed with Don McKay as a fall-z er for his logging operations, broke his ankle while working and is confined to the Shelton General Hospital. atl The Ted Zink's have moved in-l to their newly-constructed homel in Annapolis. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Yenter and daughter, Barbara, and Mr. and Mrs. Pat McDonald and sons of. Seattle, were here to spend thel holidays with their parents, MrJ and Mrs. Harry Yenter. l Joe Dotto is home again after a week's confinement at the Shel- ton General Hospital. ,Mrs. Ray Howry’s sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrsl Bartlett McKool of Seattle, spentl several days with the Howry’s at Lake Cushman. Don Dickinson of Shelton is a guest of his friend Kenneth Lin-l scott this week. I Mr. and Mrs. Rod Smith and daughter, Arline Marie of Seat- tle, spent the holidays with Mr., and Mrs. Maurice Kaare. i Mr. and Mrs. Del Laramee and son, Johnny, of Lake Cushman, motored to Sekiu for the salmon fishing over the weekend. Miss Josephine Yarr of Chimi- cum, spent the Fourth of July with her sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Neudorfer, at Lake Cushman. Bremerton Loses , 2 City Officials. 'i Bremerton has lost two of its Navy active service within the past fortnight when Mayor H0- mer 'C. Jones and Police Chief' Charles (Slats) Lewis were called: by the Naval Reserve. l Mayor Jones entered duty last Saturday as public relations of- ficerr at the Bremerton Navy Yard, while Chief Lewis has been assigned to active duty aboard the Army transport ship st, Mihiel, according to the Brem- erton News-Searchlight. \ CHRISTIAN SCIENCE l “Sacrament” is the subject of the Lesson-Sermon which will be‘ read in all Churches of Christ,l .‘Scientist, Sunday, July 13. 1 Golden Text: “A new command- ment I give unto you, That ye love one another; as I have loved you, that ye also love one another. By this shall all men know that ye are my disciples, if ye have love one to another" (John 13: 34,- 35). Among the citations which com- prise the Lesson-Sermon is the following from the Bible: “So when they had dined, Jesus saith to Simon,Peter, Simon, son of Jonas, lbvest thou me more than these? He saith unto him, Yea, Lord; thou knowest that I love thee. He saith unto him, Feed my lambs" (John 21:15). The Lesson-Sermon also in— cludes the following passages from the Christian Science textbook, “Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures” by Mary Baker Eddy: “Love for God and man is the true incentive in both heal- ing and teaching. Love inspires.. illumines, designates, and leads the way. Whatever holds human thought in line with unselfed love, receives directly the divine pow- er" (pp.454:17-19; 192:30). For. Hot Water Service, Gas is Fort Lewis, 3 from . ,' the Army with his brothers Ray; l l Best. adv. .95 97c Airstep LADIES SHOES Maple Vim Back Natural Including Blue & Black Finish Reg. Price $4.25. Pumps. Whites And Spec- . ., , tators —-—v~ Reg. Prices $6.00 wmu And SJddlk' Edger-ton SE"TEES & $6.50. 4.95 Paris Fashion mm Bush LADIES SHOES & Oxfords In All A P O PILLOWS Bright Colored Waterproof \ . ., )~ .- r (,owud Reg. Price $1.25. Pumps Colors: White & Spectators Reg. $4.50 Reg. $3.95 Honey 5-lb. pail 4-7 (2 Mystic Cleanser Sc Chipso Ige. 25¢ SANDWICH Spread Haley’s Beef 3 _______ ._ 25g Lux or Rinso 2 pkgs. 15¢ Pineapple ........ .. 2 cans 35¢ Big Value Small package. Fairmont N0. 2 can. Fisher's Oran e Juice ........ .. can 5¢ 4 Pancake Flour ._ 2 pkgs. 49¢ Amit§ No. 1 can. sew .............. ._ 4-1b. pkg. prepared. Bleacher I ’ I i g ’ . . . I i H qt. Napkins .......... .. 3 pkgs. 25¢ Santi. Dinner size. 17k17 white only. Orange , A I Tobacco .......... .. lb. can 59¢ and Grapefruit .. 2 cans 27¢ pI‘ICOIS George Washington. Fairmont segments. No. 2 can. Whole Peeled Tobacco .......... .. 3 pkgs. 25¢ Peas ........................ .. can 5¢ Keg——»2—oz. pkg. Sound brand, No. 1 can. ' Peas and Carrots can 10¢ Soup ........................ .. can 5¢ can .............. .. No. 303 can. Gibbs. CARVING SET . . . . . .. 39¢ Genuine Callavaugus Steel. Reg. $1.00 Value Knife and Fork—When You Buy Reliance Coffee LB. .............................................. .. 29¢ Meal Spatula 28¢ 23¢ 13¢ 13¢ 29¢ 37¢ LegofLamb lb. Lamb Roast lb. Veal or Lamb Stew lb. Beef Short Ribs lb. Sliced Bacon lb. Mutton Chops 2-lbs. KARO . . .. . .. 3-lb. can 25¢, Syrup Pitcher (no drip) .... .. $1.00 BOTHFOR.......... 75¢ Fresh Fruits and Vegetables . Pork Links -. . . . . . . . . . . . lb. 28¢ Local Telephone Peas ............ .. 3-lbs. 19¢ ' Local Green Beans ................ .. 3-lbs. 25¢ Med. Heavy Slab Bacon ...... .. lb. 27¢ Large, Crisp Heads Celery .............. .. 10¢ Morrell’s Bacon Squares .... .. lb. 18¢ Out-door Grown Cucumbers .............. .. 5¢ 08110 map- U. s. No. 1 Firm Ripe Tomatoes 3-le 25¢ Hamburger """""""""""""" " lb“ 18¢ Local Beets and Carrots... 2 bunches 5¢ Pork sausage """""""""""" " lb’ 18¢ Large White Head Cauliflower 2 for 25¢ Assorted 001d Cuts """"""" " lb' 35¢ Beauty of Hebron Potatoes 121/2lbs. 25¢ Morrell’s Tenderized Picnics lb. 24¢ White Rose Potatoes ........ __ 121/211”. 25¢ OarSten’S Dog FOOd ““““ " 3031‘s 23¢ Jumbo Size Cantaloupe .......... .. 2 for 25¢ Large Head Lettuce .......................... .. 5¢ Lumbermen’s Mercantile 00. “Your Complete Department Store” MEN’S SHOES Oxfords. »Regularly Priced At $5.50. '5 MEN’S SHOES Double Tun Oxfords»~-Reg~ l' & ularly Priced At $8.50. 6.85 Kiddie-s LAY T00 A Great Value. We Ag? Closing Out A Group n Play Togs In Red, Gr?“ Rose, Copen & White. 1 to 14 HReg. Price to $1- P Slfl‘i’nfl and Sumer ADIES HAT Beautiful Wide Brim Strflip Beige. Pope Pillbox Hats, Off The Style—e-e-Reg. to $5.95- FLOWERS One Lot of Asst. Flowers. 9t . 19¢ Boys POLO SHIRTS And in and outer shirts in knit and print cloths. Asst. patterns and colors. Reg. 59¢ now 45¢ Reg. 89¢ now 79¢ Reg. 98¢ now 89¢ On All Spring and Sim" . mer Ready-to-Wcm‘. Women’s Better Dresses . . One lot-—All new spring styles. Sizes 20% to 50. ........................................................................ .- I . SWEATEW Sweaters" Sizes ». size 36. V 59¢ Remember, all 912: advanced to 22¢ 1 yard. Here is a they last! Spring and Summer Coats . Colors Navy, Black, Tweeds, Polo, Plaids and Polos Spring Costume Suits . . . Ladies Spring Costume Suits, Jackets, Dress- es and Tailored Suits. sizes 12 to,20 ........ .. Ladies Print Dresses with Wool Jackets, Plaid Suits with Swing Skirts, Redingote Su1ts, Dress of Print, Coat of Solid Color 5 ,. v HARDWAREuEARAN GLASS COFFEE MAKER . 8-cup. Reg. $2.25 ............................................. VASE-S, POTTERY Assorted Granits, 7-Qt. HOT PLATES Single .................................................................. DUST MOP With Handle ................................................... " CUP & SAUCER Decorated .......................................................... “'3 ‘ B like§§ES & RACK ........... 1...; NO RUB WAX Old English, Qt. ____________________________________ ._. ....... N O RUB WAX Old English Pint