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July 24, 1941     Shelton Mason County Journal
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Page Six Agate (imam . Picnic IS Enjoyed By Large Group By Mrs. Mary Matthes Agate, July 23. A. The Agate Community Picnic held at the Grange beach Sunday, was a very enjoyable get—together. Many of our old time neighbors, now liv-f ing in other parts, were present.j. The day was one of those on- which we, may all say: “God Bless America." We gathered to en— joy visiting with our friends andl no fear was in our minds, as in, other parts of the world. A dc—l licious potluck lunch was servedi, under the trees liear the beach.‘ Silvlmming was much fun for the} onlookers, as well as those cn-; joying the invigorating salt water. ; So let's all remy'iber, the more we get together, Lie happier we: will be. . i Mr. and Mrs. A. Hartman gave: a party at the Grange Hall Sat-l urday night, the 12th. About 65, guests were present. Good music, , dancing and visiting was enjoyed' by all. A potluck supper andl refreshments was served beforcl departing. 1 Mr. and Mrs. D. Clark and Mr. and Mrs. E. Hawkinson were call-f ers at the H. Welcii home Tues-5 day evening. i Mr. and Mrs. P. Ricard spent’; the weekend visiting relatives in! Tacoma. ‘ Dr. A. E. Anderson and fam-l ily of Hoquiam arrived in theirl launch to spend the week end. with Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Howarth and sons, other week end guests were Mr. and Mrs. V. Macensadtes and family of‘Bremerton and Min! and Mrs. M. Warwick of Aber- deen. q l James and Joc‘ Howarth enjoy- ed a very exciting hiking trip last week. They started from Lake Quinault‘ and finished at Brinnon, where their parents met them with their car to return home. The boys saw lots of deer, bear and elk. One night deer and bear visited them while they laid in their sleeping bags. They took pictures of elk and said the light—l ning and thunder was Very excit-l ing. They hiked a total of 60.: miles. 1 Fellini Not Build “Ersatz” i Car Next Year,% Regardless of changes in speci-r fications made necessary by re- strictions on certain metals essen— tial to the U. S. defense program, there will be no reduction in the quality of cars built by the Ford Will Put Punch Into Movies Billy (The Kid) Conn and his bride, the former Mary Louise Smith, arrive in Hollywood, where Billy will star in a film, '. “The Pittsburgh Kid,” based on his fighting career. weight will be less than five pounds in Ford and Mercury cars and approximately 20 pounds in the Lincoln car. The only other effect of the changed design is that production costs may be slightly higher. An example is the carburetor bowl, which new is a zinc: die casting. This will be changed to cast iron. While zinc is; a great deal more expensive than iron, the new unit will cost more because its pro— duction will involve considerably more labor. The additional ma- chining cost, in other words, more than offsets the lower material cost. Another example of a differ- ent kind is the change from the zinc die cast instrument panel to a' plastic panel. “Materials can be changed eas- ily if we make compensating changes in design,” Mr. McCar- er. “We very definitely will not build an ‘ersatz' car made up of inferior materials! The cars will ‘ BY JOURNAL CARRIER: SHEIEON=M ASON “ lanai—Miser COUNTY JOUllNAL i Consolidated with The Shelton Independent Publishell every Tuesday and Thursday afternoon Member of \Vashington Newspaper Publishers‘ Associatiop and National l‘ldilorlal Association , Entered as second—class matter at the postot'fic-e at Shelton, VVashlngton Subscription Rates : BY MAIL: in Mason County (outside of Shelton city mail carrier districts) l 52 per year; 6 months, $1.25; 8 months, 751;. Foreign $3.50 per year. Postal ‘regulations forbid residents of Shelton served by city mail carrier from. rv-(zeivlng their Journal by mail. in Shelton, 25¢ per month (collected by carrier) or $3.50 per year 11] advance. GRANT C. ANGLE Editor J. EBER ANGLE Manager SHELTON’S NEWEST INDUSTRY : The Olympic Plywood plant, Shelton’s newest lindustry, is getting down to normal with the {breaking in of new men to their particular jobs, land the ironing out of the several processes into la smooth working machine; and the first car-’ iload of finished plywood was shipped by North—I ;ern Pacific yesterday. i It is of interest to note that except for the ex- perienced men brought here, with their families, l most of the employees are local men who are lee rn- ling the work with the promise of steady jobs, and |some of them young men who are finding their lfirst prospect for permanent work. 1 Aside from the fact that plywood has already made a place for itself in the construction as well as other lines, it has a great future in more varied lyet known; and is of particularvinterest as adding another industry for local raw material. building, to say nothing of usual consumer ,de- mand, the Olympic plant plans to add a second Ifll‘ll working shift soon, and perhaps a third when put into new homes here to meet the home demand for homes. FACTORY MADE HOUSES 'becoming a great plywood manufacturing center, ithere ought to be great interest, in the dispatch lthat came out of Ohio the other day. In a demon- .houses were set up within one day on previously prepared basements, showing what could be done in answer to the demand for low cost housing. lines of use than lumber itself, some of (them notl l With an already heavy demand fordefénse'l full production is reached, employing around 150 men; but Shelton sadly needsa lot of this plywpod , To the Pacific Northwest, which is rapidly You advised A1 Huerbyy local deal_{stratlon at PlalnSVllle in that state, plywood] Thursday, cu—d COUNTY JOURNAL Juli?“ ‘Fir Drug Offers New Ole Olsen Harriet Ayer Special N.W. Fur As a special attraction to cos— metic buyers the Fir Drug Store is offering the Luxuria Special made by Harriet Hubbard Ayer, beginning Saturday. The special includes the offer" . ‘of a dollar box of Luxuria Face ’Powder with every purchase of la dollar jar of Luxuria Beauty Cream. Botll items for the price l of one. Because of an agreement with' , the manufacturers, no sales of,ten embarrasglflg'_ this special may be made beforels‘poonful of Blsmai' Saturday. -of Water after ”‘ . —————————— expel stomach gas” ‘ i - four 'r’ BOY ARRIVES SATURDAY ‘ma Rex “ts d r ITICKLERS . Ole Olsen, pl‘OP sen Furniture today attending til west Furniture; '1 ,at the Civic Audlt0.‘ Mr. Olsen wen? yesterday and W BELCHIN Belching is disa ~ ‘ "-' 'n. A baby son was born Saturday l%c;3§;ncshtgoisetl:n ‘ l to Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Brewer of‘ ' Potlatch at Shelton Hospital. Cook with Gas. l l l 1 “It's a deal, Pop. I’ll loan you my car for today if you’ll let lne drive tile sedan." Dark Skies (liver Russia ,. _. s- ____-.._.< ._...._._.-_.—_s . a . cost ’us slightly more to build and i will be slightly heavier, but the Mom" Company! local Ford deal‘! owner would never know the dif- er Al Hum"va 531d yeSterdaY ml ference as far as the performance The first house at Painesville has four rooms: and. a. bath. The basement, on a concrete block, is: iN'SU REAL ESTATE - BONDS -NOTA . ,I l n quoting R. H. McCarroll, Ford me— tallurgist. Probabilities are that the weighti . of the 1942 cars will be increased Slightly but it will not be suffi- cient to even slightly affect gaso— line economy. The inerease in Now you can actually broil, not just steaks and chops, but standing rib roasts, legs of lamb, whole hams, chick- \ ens. The Estate Bar-B- Kewer broils, or barbecues, with radiant heat—the kind you get over wood embers ,. or charcoal. It utilizes the modern low-temperature ‘ method recomm‘en‘de’d by the National Live Stock and Meat Board. It releases all the capacity of the bake oven for cakes, pies, biscuits, etc. wieners, ily. Also accommodates two full-size Sange- Dans. giving the capacity of six top units. I081 SEISATIOML MIMI“ lll’flllVEliEll‘l’ Ill 10 YEIIIS ESTATE BAR--KEWERO ADDS AN EXTRA OVEN TO THE RANGE : .is‘ii’ii‘”iiii'iiii"‘lilies g I §W00den Vessel . and operation of his car are con- lcel‘ned," he concluded. 25c A DAY for $5,000 accident in- surance. Don’t take any trip withou tit. Issuea while you wait. See Herb Angle. :need for more more acute, in spite of, all the building that might. i housing and rentals for an increasing population 24 by 28 feet. Plywood and plastics, rock wool in: stallation, windows and screens already installed in the wall units, all figure in the description. , 1 Heat in the lowest priCed houses is furnished ,by an oil burning, hot air unit through a single' lcentrally located register. For a little more money. homes are provided with air conduits and have lregisters in every room. . The houses are said to be strong enough to .margin in even the cyclone centers of the Middle. ‘West. Flower boxes, shutters, kitchen cupboardsi and sinks, molding and closets come in the crates, from the factory. Copper water pipes are install-i ed on the job. Outside walls come ready painted? lwith a priming coat. The interior surface is‘finV ishedwith natural lacquer and wax. I . . .The use of Plywood holds tremendous ppssi-I I: ibllltles for such construction. This is probably.) [not the last word in such housing but it sounds like an excellent beginning“. —— Tacoma News- Tribune. ' 1» ll smith ‘. a ,v _Angle, Agent. withstand a wind of .200 miles an hour—a. safei . _—T'_"—_""—‘ BUILDING AND Mbii'E BUILDING . While Shelton is in the midst of its summer, lseason it is pleasing to note that. many new homes, areg'oing upin various parts of the city and out-, lying districts; taking advantage of the good.I working,.weath%r and vacation time to supply the omes ;ih'»Shelton which will grow be .done this summer}. In fact, the demand for could not be filled with a. gbvern’mentloan, if that were possible to obtain; Sheltonimust work out its ownsalvatiOn. , . ré!‘ GOLDEN BISCUITS—baked in the bake oven while your "roast" is broiling in the meat oven. With the Bar-B-Kewer all the ing. It's just like having a two- oven range. ~dustr this car b the Nav , of- oven space is available forbak- l y y ‘ y y ( qa Y over by the Navy." .Officials of the Thirteenth Dis- trict convinced the Bureau 01‘ Ships at Washington, D. C., that western woods and western wood- en shipbuilders were well up to Navy standards and the Navy Dee, Given Impetus partment is now fully committed A healthy spurt was given the . . . , t th (1 Northwest wooden shipbuilding in- l 031—" C program’ It was pomte C on s t ru c tioni ficials of the‘ Thirteenth Naval District pointed out today. With scores of wooden minesweepers, and patrol craft, building in yards at Seattle, Tacoma,- Belling- ham, Astoria, and Coos Bay, men' who know how to build wooden vessels have come into their own again, it was stated. i “Before the Navy’s interest, in the Local Defense Fleet there was an increasing interest in \vclded‘ Olympia, July 21—.0. L. Pat- terson took over duties as chef de ture, 40 et 8, Amercian Legion or— ganization, succeeding E. C. age, past chef. Other new officers include Har- old Lakeburg, Shelton; chef de BUILT-IN GRID-ALL For grilling hamburgers, pancakes. Heats fast. Cleans eas- EllilllllllIlllllllllll!lilllllIIllllIllll!lll"lIlIllllIIIIIIIllllllIIIIIIIllllllllllllllllllll” Illllllllllllll’ilIlllllllllllfll We Finance Our Own Contracts You Deal Direct With Us Olsen Furniture Co. ‘ ImlllllllllllllllIlllllllllllllIllllI‘lllllllIlllllllllllllllIIIIIIIIillllllllllllllllllllllllll IlllmllIlllllllllllllllllillli steel construction, for fishing ves‘r 1 sels and cannery tenders,” a‘ spokesman for the Navy said. “It was only a Question of time until welded steel might have entirely, replaced wood in the fisheries. Then the Navy began to purchase l fishing vessels for conversion and gates to the department promen- proved by tests that small wood- . ade to be held in conjunction with, train; Frank Sether. correspon- hla porte; Harry Devine, conduc- teur; Tim Kelly, comis voyageur'. and Pete Coke, lampiste man. The voiture elected Salvage, on ships are satisfactory for pa-l the Legion convention in Yakima, trol and mineswecping. Later; August 14—16. they began the present programi —~— of building their own wooden ', JOUB-NAL Want Ads are used by ships. The result has been al scores of your frlends. and splendid revival of wooden ship-l neighbors with great success- buildinga—not only to provide Navyi Complete information about vessels, but to replace the fish-l what you have to sell always helps. ing vessels which were taken v‘ .. .Lakeburg Seated As ‘ l New Officer of 4085 8 :_ gare of the Thurston-Mason vie-l ' ‘ SaV-l i . l dent;- Dick Richardson, guard dc ” i l l Sether and Elmer Fristoe as dele- " Ruins of a'Soviet bomber in the foreground, and thick smoke rising from the blaze of Russian buildings, testify to damage done by the Nazi Luftwaffe. PHONE 304 j'Sl-IELTON, \Nll YOU ARE COVERED for any ac- cident for $.25 per day. Longer time the rate is cheaper. Herb ets when you travel. 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