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August 7, 1941     Shelton Mason County Journal
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Thursday, 'AugUSt {Ekhibit Sp... Puyallup Premium ’ Western Wash! Puyallupr~Although nual exposition at ' is several weeks 3W“ l the week-long show-r in September is 3, height, judging f ‘ cedentcd early Sale“ ‘ space. ' Running way an“ . p0 of last year, ichants and manuf‘fi l ing practically i5 ' Znow, according to 1 general manager-59‘:l “ ‘ “Everything iS 501 :3 Machinery row," he there are veryt {9" in the merchan '5 .w turer's building." 0m that if the numl’err and the interest 1“ ii-ontinues that ever i gone within two W3; Officials are 111 v‘ about the sale Ofl'oi that it is indicitiVe' 0: est in the fair this? :previous years. A150 ~ iit indicates that I manufacturers have preciation for the i . ance the fair alwaysa ‘ All features and under contract, a say that despit male performers the draft that . able to book an 63‘“ ied show for the 8"” look toward a new: as ’ 0:3 go E’i gilt wyflww “A, Am" WWW H _” EI.TONFMASON COUNTY JQURNAL‘ Plenty of Protection for Atlantic Convoy lPOtlatQh. News BreVities List Many Activities? Potlatch, Aug. 6.—~~«The Potlatch , Social Club held their meeting at ‘ the schoolhouse on Tuesday eve-‘ ning with Mrs. Smith and Mrs. -‘_ J. Simmons. Two tables of con- i ! tract bridge were played, high score going to Mrs. Carlson; sec- ! iond high to Mrs. Reader. Mrs. .Carlson also received the gallop» ing goose. l l l Don Reader and Elizabeth Huss- 1 man returned to their homes Sat- ‘ , urday evening after a week's visit 1 in Anacortes with friends. i ,- Mr. and Mrs. Neil Simmons spent the weekend in Puyallup where they visited Mrs. Simmons" folks. Mr. and Mrs. Chet Woodworth and daughter Mildred, mow-d lo Jorsted’s Creek Tuesday, the 29th of July. Mr. and Mrs.Pagel and :daughtar, Teresa moved to Lilli- i waup Saturday. i Mr. and Mrs. Johnson of Ever- ' ett were guests of Mr. and Mrs. l Rodgeberg Wednesday. , i Miss Nellie Esaw and Mr. andi iMrs. Smith spent the weekendi i l l i 'with their folks, Mr. and Mrs.i _Esaw, returning to Seattle Sun-i , day. l Miss Lillian Briggs was homel r for a week’s vacation at Potlatch. , She left for Camas, Washington; UNEMPLOYED COMPENSATION ADMINISTRATION REDUCED cover their employers under theichde 0f Olyml’mv were (5all‘i Giant guns of the King George V, one of Britain’s mightiest battleships, guard an Atlantic convoy against the danger of axis raiders. Heavily laden ships dot the background. ,washihgmh Law. “ers at the Simmons home on? cord the week of ,2 Si‘atuc'vv‘A{’(‘(Jl'(liilg to 3' Sur' ington is one Of UH" “108‘; lib")u‘:‘]i “Vviishington is the onlv NIYQ 1(av an! m v “flaw-m—W— ~— _..'_..__...._...__.._,_...,__ _...._i through Septemgéege r v v 'Qn \{Ll If.“ . . Ti Ié': filth/'7 ill ; i v ‘. .7 «.L. : 5.. . - -. ( 50“ 0 ‘3 V 9 h .jim‘lpiiqd, EL? 3mm .fhi “laid , ivdlsluxilébtwfilxfljfl. (31 up," ‘1“ .b“‘0”..mf‘t 1””, {)i‘if‘fld ‘1“! ed to the Skokomish Valley oni ' Herbert Wyckoff, Mrs. Clifford Hegaas, assisted by Ed Martin, a total of f64'iyuyalltli’ ’_ , dials-l BM (4- ’l L FUJH‘LW s prisons enteimg the niilitaiv or, , S . . . . . [ed the.faii at /, , Industries of yVa:;mngmn, the B. Rose, of the Federated Isuizis— ,W... “my” hm, h,,,,, (,0 '19“, i'I‘hursday. July 31. I v ’ Wyckoff, MrsDamels, Miss Ruby is carrying the mail: www/ .. (EDI-it “L- iidiiiiriguti-ai'a:i of Unt-nl‘ 1 tries of Washington on :illlEUllill _; “half;"tho~rUamfljlhhggulft Comp Mr. and Mrs, Iver Konichson S t B P. Wilson, Mrs. Lud Andersen, Mrs. George Allen, who.has.. spent I “as. ‘ y . WWII, .ht who“ in this mg whekiy beau-h Wthhts mi}, 3 indicating, Inn At fi‘cvchmj of were guests of Mr. and Mrs. lioy e S iMabM Martin, Mrs. Sutclitfe, Mrs. most of the summer in his_;cabin i made many frient of 5 Helen Ehmi” Wu... "mummy reduced (hm $1262, seventh in Sm, m it i. .7 :)_‘,U.NWI: ()Erghwiw hr: is (fit/Med , Aselson over the weekend. w Robichau, Mrs. Galloway, Mrs. here, left Wednesday, planning to. a pioneer 1"(9Sld(1’ll along, girl v mg the yeah 1940. Based on the yearly benefits paid with $121.“, 3 and)“;th tho 'h'lxi‘hmn‘i sen‘efit bf.’ Mr. and Mrs. Tompkins and; S Cyr, Mrs. McCaw and the host- make a trip to Alaska soonh is well knownajamwon . I atusands mm] um‘wht o,- bhhcfits paid ,m_ ninth in ratio of bank“ huh] ilni $1,300 ‘ ‘ “ ‘ ) :son, Donie, were in Potlatch thci ess. Assisting Mrs. Hansen were] The bulldozer work 18 being| Mrs. Gladys Ta _ the na ‘ , , i . l. per week fox Sixteen weeks. , _ t r . . . d ha, 6 at Kuetts employed workers, the average ad- 1 contributions receiwd With .~.v.'.- . pmvjdm he as “habit. t0 find t.m.| lint“ Part Of 13-“ W“ek. ; Union, Aug. 6.—~Mr. Kindred is three Young lddles v MISS Dame-1% I done on the SChOOl ground 3“ C g I he . . , ig ‘1 19‘ hhmgfmtwc cast h, an, fit-[worm ; percent. } Wmm‘ht T'th Mmmhrnt' to! Mr. and Mrs. Russell Storvich of: taking out some second_gmwth Miss Cyr and houseguest of Miss the road through the grounds put there are severah Tag st 1y desc states and “rhihhrhfi, m- ah: Um; “Tm. .maxhhhm 0;- $15 (“hr (in. , :1 v-VWK" ("Yam l'mn‘l‘l” '(jr‘ssqlmoo ,, ‘Rremerton, Mr. Decker. Missitimber about two miles southeast Daniels. back on the street. This ‘IWill not mg. Mrs. Beu a Sev w 0naft" fee} ion is 13.6 percent. Washington's minimum of $7 per we< k paid 1.03 u” ,, W- I: HanSOH- Mr- and MFS- VV- G. i of town near the “Old Shelton we rather “‘Shefil 1- P~ Canfson only make a “108 Play flew bUt been there forthis 'h Mmg to Jo cost is 10.9 percent, compared unemployed workers are :1; l) 1'“: lDaUghel‘l—V. Miss Virginia Daugh- i Road.” Just below his road and and Son to AlaSka m 0}” PreVIOuS Will be a “men safe" place for the Plans {9 leaveMontesam hat “Elechas I with a high of 50.4 percent in i liberal than in many of the more 1; (flaws Of 1931 vyi" 'erty. and Mr. and Mrs. Telleson near the new, cut—off from the items- Instead. of gouig there children who should have no 00- a DOSI 10n1mMrs Ra ‘ *« her f extei South Dakota and a low of 8.4lprosperous industrial states. Ini . 40f Tafifoma. Were guests of the waterwheei', Kenneth Tozier is,they made a trial trip With plane caswns to play on the road as Mr. {Inc . ha enifii » est Ilends percent in California. Only six six states employes are compelled,‘ Reulute saturdayi CTOQOVOld'S Sunday. taking out alder, , up into the Okanogan and Lake heretofore. were with litiSr the w ‘ V answ, states, California, Rhode Island, to contribute one percent or one, M b m Hf“ ‘ i Miss Grace Peterson arrived on] Thursday of last week Mm Chelan COuntI‘Y- They report the Mrs. Hilda O’Hara and .W. Mrs. Adison' :them’ W nhnms’ New York, Michigan and and onemalf percent of the i r; . ms of tie pass of 1931! Tuesday at the Day home WhereiVictor Hansen entertained 5mm; ship behaved beautifully and they Parker, who were married in took back With has . ashm; Montana have a lower cost than wacres to the Unemployment Com. . 0f Ilene 53006133111 SChOOl W111. she will visit her cousin, Gloria b . he ~th .,. erjoyed good fishing, grand scen- Bremerton last week, have re- ter, Patty. W 0 say Aug“ ‘ b ' ‘ ‘hOld 3 WWW)“ th‘“ satm‘daV eve" Da er or her fnen‘“ WI 3 dehuous r nd lovel flowers Later turned from a trip into Canada her grandparents. 1 \Vashington. I . pensation fund. while in Wa-sh-inin qt Rau,‘ I ~ th -U ,On; Y- luncheon served on the lawn e y a - M d Mrs‘ y V i. Dur “Not only IS the admlmstratwe mgmh the entlre cost mcludmgi N‘ F, s nn, on e. n1 Mrs. Pearce returned home amidst many lovely flowers and they plan to go North. and are at home at their summer r. an d en”, . is tpose cost way below the average, but administration is borne by the *‘lde “PEIOOG C3113); Stal‘tmg at Thursday evening after a four- overldoking the Canal. Those MP. 811d Mrs» Alfred Borgen Place near YaChthaven. MI'S- P31“ remOdelmg.§n n Fran”; “1.1.16 en in other essential factors, Wash- employers. On July 1, 1941, all 9%“ OC‘OCk- week visit in Seattle. regent at the table were. Mm ,are away on a two weeks’ vaca- ker was manager for some months home. Then so 3 at.lng M, p ' " tion and during their absence, Ed of Kuett‘s Tavern where she mg them. /, ‘_ N11? Son V-(V Hr—‘VWRHHNWP if 7‘" W 7‘” . .__. _ __ _ _______ ___,.__‘_‘ ,,__.‘,_.._.._.u -o._V——--—""‘ ' a d in ourne a thi d find t at n as fai shaggy 0-Ibs. sic; 25-Ibs. 1.53 RELIANCE pnc'rmz lint. 19c Reliance Quality. , 1-lb. cans. h v; Marshmallows . . . . d M 1—lb. cello bags. i hll I, V I ,l I R ' Nestle’s Semi-Sweet ' /" Prices Effective . ‘ Chocolate . . . 2 pkgfc’f i ' I: ' .' t . l 3 ‘ in ' iii, m ‘ WOODBUBY S AP 12 '1 We pride ourselves in the personal service rendered by our skilled and courteous i c Wintergreen Or Peppermint I ' ‘r mi “g. so kg “ . . . . 01‘ th butchers. If you don’t see the exact cut you want appetizingiy displayed in our e immaculate refrigerated cases—ask for it! We’re always ready and willing to cut . 16-05. I) ’Sbm V to your order. But you couldn’t ask for finer, tastier meat. We buy only from Bishopvs. ure, 1 reputable packers nationally known for the quality of their products. [E OF LflMB lb. 276 Spring Lamb . . . cut for small ovens SHLD.0F [AME iii. 23c LAMB STE Mutton ChOpsw 2-lbs. 35¢ Lean, meaty chops for a quick dinner. CottageHams..............i..... lb. 33¢ Frye's. RoastBeef.....................lb.23¢ Steer, cut from young, tender beef, GROUND BEEF .......... __ lb. 25¢ ._ HORT ms .............. .. lb. 13 Fresh ground. gleaty. . . . . . . . . . . . . . BEEF CUBES .............. .. lb. 25¢ PIG’S FEET ................ .. jar 35¢ Blnp§ EYE elesr. Armour’sivlar 1— . . BO“ ge pt FROSTED ' rooos NOQDLES . . . . . . .. 16-02. 19¢ v Peanut Crisp tin , , $555313 In tins—Vacuum fresh. KRAFT CHEESE SPREAD . . . . 2 27‘ sweet Milk 1 Try this tasty dish. Jars ’9 . . 1'“). Cake BEEF GRAVY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2’cans 19. Guitard’i' '- 1 Franco-American 101/2-02. cans. ¢ o _ . , . “Pride of the South,” extra large . _ I. ' w 9¢ blanched and salted. 9-oz. tins. Fisheris 18 in cello 'pkg. ‘ BLEND FLOUR P. & G. SOAP 6.for723¢_ g, “seasick... 24-lb. bags .. 99¢ Large * ‘ pkg. ...... _..___‘1_9¢ Peet's 49-oz. bags . 1.79 GRANULATED SOAP pkg. 25¢ I Krisp;“"%l‘;ckers 1 For clothes and dishes. leriifP andéYeSh-29¢ . .- .’ m’y ox — ‘ sunshine Assorted kinds. ' ' ,- Grahams 2-lb. fmly box 31¢ , i 1 Of Each Snowdrift Shortening, 3-lbs. 59¢ . 6:1bs. 1.17 For ................................ For cakes, pastry. PURE CIDER VINEGAR. . . . . .gallm 19¢ . Corned Beef 2?. Bring your own container “Fray Bentos”-~All lean, meat. KELLOGG’S CORN FLAKES , .,i'9¢.-~ PremZtl'1 2 LARGE and CEREAL BOWL L M. D. TOILET TISSUE 3 rolls 25¢ Potato Chips- ~ 3 Pkgsf ' Napkins 3 pkg’if White—~11x‘l7 size. 401 in pkg. .g. l Netted Bems,No.2.. 50-lbs. 49¢ i Netted Gems, No.1. . 13-lbs. 25¢ DRY ONIONS.......................lb.21/2¢ We Carry S and W We Carry The Most Complete N .‘ . I re ery ShEDLESS GRAPE-S . . . . . . . . . 3-11). basket 27¢ A . . NUTRADIET' FOODS of ' D ouble 0013‘ ' hire: as CANTALOUPE—large A. for 25¢ “SSW N“ The Cheapest CANMNG SUPPLIES an" o o n a - u o n a . , . x Cherries, Pears, eac es an ine- n ason oun o o , 'ty CORN—local Golden Bantam . . . . . . . . . . doz. 35¢ ' ' ' But unquestmnably apple m- mosepvmohcamof Eve I M C W ‘ D1“ Pmkles‘ ' qt' “*iuli‘i.‘ STRING BEANS .... lb. 5;: “was” , , ‘ SEE US! ““m Kraft Dinners , . ,' ‘s Mercantile Company ” ,Icei Waterman“ Your Complete Department Store —— “Where Quality Meets Price” .: r.‘ Lowest Market Price