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August 21, 1941     Shelton Mason County Journal
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f"Al1_ust 21.19412 ' SHELTON-MASON COUNTY JOURNAL tActs are used by u -y°“1‘ friends i 11 m .4 C In rn U) i: FAIR” , ,N \ June Clyde 3 . of Radio Stars . HOOdSport Man Flies To I O w a By Yvonne Bartels Hoodsport, Aug. 19.~Saturday evening, H. R. Dickinson boarded a plane in Seattle, bound for itend the last rites of his uncle, IFrank Woodhull, of Creston, who passed away last week. Mr. and Mrs. O. K. Linscott (and family of Lake Cushman, re- turned Sunday from an eight-day ‘trip east of the mountains. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Boles of ,Olympia spent Sunday with the Tommy Boles. Pete Allard, owner of Allard's Beach, caught a 25-pound king salmon Monday afternoon. 59 9 d. ,3 W 2. "U Q h-l 2 F3 llél/fl-‘R Bow! "Tasty? ‘YOu bet but with a light body to boot. It’s a pleasant combina- tion of flavor and mildness that’s win- ning new friends for Barclay’s Leader Straight Rye Whiskey every day. 1.92 mm QUA R'I' $1.95 ‘EADER For Kin’s Rites: ,‘Creston, Iowa, Where he will at—; l I l l I i lensburg. .Cushing’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. :Elva Price motored to Woodsen, Mr. and Mrs. William Goodpas— tor returned last week from a, studious summer vacation at El-‘ Mrs. Dean and Mrs. Lunt mo- tored to Olympia on Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Follette of Tacoma, are spending a few days; in their summer home near Gate~ way Inn. Mrs. Kilby's sister and brother-l in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Cowan of: Seattle, are visitors at the Kilby home. Mrs. John Cushing and Mrs. Daisy Tucker of Kclowna, Brit- ish Columbia. arrived last week for a two week visit with Mrs. J. H. Nance. Tucker, Mrs. Mrs. Cushing, Mrs. Nance and Mrs. Oregon, to see Mr. and Mrs. Fred Siegel. Mary Ann Siegel return— ed to her home with them fol- lowing an extended stay with her grandparents. , Mr. and Mrs. Sapp of Olympia, are spending a few days with the Will Lunts. Mrs. Bud Johnson of Seattle, stopped by Friday on her way to Solduc Hot Springs. Mrs. Elva Price of Skokomish Valley, spent Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Nance. Mrs. Geraldine Minchcr and son have returned to their home in Los Angeles following a month’s[ visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Peterson of Lake Cush- man. The Petersons accompan- ied her as far as Portland. I On Monday evening, the birth— day of Mrs. Chris Handly was celebrated by a progressive din~ her. The salad course was serv- ed at the home of Mr. and Mrs.‘ J. C. McKiel, the, main course at Mr. and Mrs. Alex Bartel's home, and finally progressed to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Wy— ers for dessert. Those present other than those already mention- ed were: Miss Gloria McKiel, Mrs. Sid Jarvis, and Bob Handly. Mrs. Joers and daughter of Tacoma, is spending a short time with her parents, Mr. and Nirsr Harry Follette. '. Mrs. Wright of Monroe and Mrs. Hunt of Bremerton, spent from Friday to Sunday with the Hunts. Mr. Will Lunt is having some repair work done on the back OfI his store. Mrs. Dan Sonic and Robert‘ l I and Carol of Seattle. are visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Dickinson for two weeks. Pete Allard is spending a few "lays in Seattle with his son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Allard. Mr, Steinhoff returned to his home in Portland, Sunday, fol- ‘Bundles From Britain’ Aie Deadly Cargo Striking with increasing fury, Britain’s bombers release death from the skies. This picture was taken during operations in Syria, with Vichy positions as the targets. Grapeview Takes Pride In Gardens Of Its Residents Grapeview, Aug. 20.4—Some time ago we wrote about the building going on in this community. We should take a few lines at least, to mention the gardens. In spite of the “unusual weather” all spring and summer there are a number worth writing about and[ we know we haven't seen them all. Mrs. E. J. Wright has a wonderful display of zinnias and gladioli. The H. E. Peterson yard with its pool and rockery grows' more beautiful every year and keeps its homelike quality. The new pool and lawn at the Spoon~ ers‘ home is very attractive placed so it and the view are enjoyed simultaneously. The summer plac- es of the Richards and Claytons are being nicely landscaped. as are those at Echo Beach. The Okonek and Eaton places have some beautiful colors in their flowers which the highway trav- eler enjoys. They have done a civic-minded act in planting along the road by their homes so that it adds to the pleasure of the passer-by. And you’d go far and look long (please don't) to find a better display of ferns than at the Mitchells. Never mind —— we are always sure that next year . we’ll have a garden yet. Miss Pearl Syrjala writes most i interestingly of her work in Wash- ington, D. C. She is finding time to see the country about the city, take moonlight rides on the Po- tomac and so on. We are sure she is “making good” in her work, also. The summer homes on Echo j Beach are quite well occupied this week as the owners enjoy warm weather here instead of the hot weather in the city. Mr. and Mrs. Miller Holland of Berkeley, are ending their va- cationthis week. Mrs. Holland’s aunt, Mrs. Pix, has been visiting them and they all enjoyed a visit with their long-time friend, Mrs. E. C. Suiter. Other visitors at Stadium and ‘ at Mrs. Suiter’s were: Mr. and Mrs. Claude Ingram of Olympia, with their daughter, son-in—law and three children from Nebras- ka, and Mrs. Ingram’s sister and her husband from California. We shall be glad when the Ingrams' home at Stadium is completed and we can count them as permanent residents of the community. The A. W. Zizz family were pleasantly surprised on Friday evening when Mr. and Mrs. Cal— vin Pearson and daughter Helen 1I’O’tlatch Girl the ' Weds Saturday; More NeWS Told By Elizabeth Hussman Potlatch, Aug. 20.~mMiss Doris Jacobson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jacobson and Kenneth Si- mons, were married at the Bap- tist parsonage by Reverend Bo- vee Saturday, August 16th. Mrs. Kirkebo and daughter, Jean, Mrs. Ryland and daughter, Marian, and Mrs. Olson of Taco- vma, were guests of the Jacobsons Sunday. ‘ Mr. and Mrs. Reader and sons, Donald and Billy, drove over to Pickering »Sunday, where they visited the Remples. Mr. and Mrs. K. Simmons were guests of Mr. and Mrs. F. DeLeo of Port Townsend for Sunday dinner. ! Mr. and Mrs. Ed Barnett and son‘ Larry, drove to Mount Rain~ ier Sunday where they spent the ' day. Mrs. Lanning and son, Harold, and daugster, Frances, drove to the beach at Rosedale. Mr. and Mrs. E. K. Murrey and daughters, Jeanne and Marilyn, ,Were dinner guests of the Lan- lning family. Miss Jeanne Mur— ‘rey was the guest of Miss Fran- lces Lanning over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Ness entertained their daughter and son—in-law from Reno, Nevada, over Weekend. During their stay 'they motored up to Sequim and .on arriving home, they found, 'awaiting their return, two fam- ,ilies of friends from Tacoma and l I Severai Grange the. two sons from Hoquiam. Miss Agnes Lind of Anacortes was the guest of Elizabeth Huss-i man for several days. 1 The Potlatch Social Club was, entertained at the home of Mrs.‘ Carlson on Tuesda‘r evening byi Mrs. Carlson and Ether Carlson.i Two tables of contract we re; played, high score going to Mrsfi Hale; second high to Mrs. Sisley., Delegates GO T o Agate On Friday By Mary atl‘hes , Agate, Aug. 20. r The A a t (-1 Grange members enjoyed t h e i r , Friday iight meeting. M a n _v i members from Shelton 'v'alloy, l H a r s t i n 0 Island, and Sko— komish Valley were present. The: Skokomish Grange drill team put on the degree work, and are cer— tainly unmatched in their grand: work. Every one enjoyed and} appreciated, one of the inostl pleasant nights of the. year. Re- ; freshments were served, and. dancing was enjoyed by all. Mr. and Mrs. F. Housman spent 3 Tuesday afternoon visiting with, Mr. and Mrs. H. Welch. ‘ Mr. and Mrs. T. Vanderwal call- l ed on Mrs. A. Matthes Sunday“ evening. , Mr. and Mrs. T. Housman are; getting ready to move to Seat— tle, having sold their home 011‘ the bay the past week. We arej sorry to lost two good neighbors. Mr. and Mrs. Leeds and chil- dren spent Sunday evening visit- ing Mr. and Mrs. P. Ricard. It’ll/75 BRMD , Mrs. Simmons received the gallop- ‘ing goose. l folks in Puyallup over the week-‘ end. _..____ _ ._._..‘____.__ Page Three Agency—Yardleys Old English Lavender. FIR DRUG STORE. Mrs. H. R. Lanning and son, Harold, attended the wedding of Allura Sinclair in Christ Epis— (‘Opal Church of Seattle Satur— day evening. Mrs. Knowlton and her daugh- ter, Mrs. Huson from Tahuya, called upon Mrs. Wyres Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Neil Simmons and son Mickey visited Mrs. Simmons’ Mr. and Mrs. E. Carlson enter— tamed Mr. and Mrs. Iver Konick- son and daugter, Carroll Ann of Onalaska, Monday. Last week, Don Riebow reeled VITAMINA ad I] Hm moi now x...» his limit of trout. \ Mr. and IV’IX‘S. Smith drove to lo_cciv|AL‘ zscAPSULES Seattle Saturday where t h e y ex- 5 pect to spend the day. FIR DRUG STORE Mr. and \Mrs. C. Mifflin were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Smith Monday evening. Just A Few Days Left LUXURIA SPECIAL 1.00 With the purchase of every regular dollar jar of Luxuria Beauty Cream (3.12 02.) will be included a regular dollar box (3.58 oz.) of LuxuriaFace Powder. FIB DRUG STORE FLASH! Smart homemakers are taking the strain off sorely press- ecl budgets by buying all their food needs at Safeway. On every item they find the lowest prices. These cash savings build up day by day to mean substantial sums at the end of each month. It really does pay to shop at Safeway. 6 Day Features — Friday thru Thursday SNO-COLA 6'f0r 23¢ The sensational new cola. Large 12-02. bottles. OLD STYLE. 10 this 98¢ Pale export beer. 12-0z. tins in shopping bag. COMFORT 4 rolls 19¢ Toilet tissue—4750 sheet wrapped rolls. T.H. Grapefruit Juice..- 4602 170 Sunny Dawn Tom. Juice. 460z 160 Sun Dawn Fruit Cockt’l. 1602. 10c Gardenside Tomatoes..- 28-oz. 100 7.4.576 lowing a Week’s visit with the 22(Elgengggrgéonangoxfxs'oseggi W/f/f “waif W/ffflf Sugar Belle Peas ------ »- 20‘0Z- 120 ' . ’3 Legitgtegggggi, s 9,, two days Orchard, and Mr. and Mrs. pa... FRUIT JARS ........ .. doz. 79¢ Hawaii/5mm Emerald Bay Swatch" 20 02- 12¢ .1 Sgatue las‘tiweekp I Sharp of Bremerton, came to call. Ball “Top Seal" or Kerr regular quarts. fig Bylargate WhOIe Beans 190Z if . , u ‘ MrS. PearSOn and Mrs. Saxley are « Biltmore Tuna, 7-02. 2 for__29c " cousins of Mrs. Zizz. KERR LIBS ‘i """" " doz' 8¢ ( w Cherub Milk ________ ._ 141/5-oz. 80 SAWIVIILL Mrs. Clara Pomeroy came down iKe” Regmar Jar llds' Dozen. A MaV Dav Salad Oil" 1- qt 37C , a Sunday with Barbara, to en- ' . """" " ' u TURN DOWN UNION l 9“ the house party Kay had last KERR CAPS, -------- doz. 19¢ '.“ i Royal Satin Shortening 3-lbs. 49c Run 8. (0., “on DETROIT. MICH-i "03“. Ill- itggeié All with their guests re- K3” regular “‘1” la" “a” Dow‘- ‘ l Maximum Salt 26-02 7c ndEfififofi’sffifififi‘é’fi,§fl,§6§°ofhifiil miffed %“ Surfgf‘emer Mr and JELS-RITE .. ....... .. 3 for 29¢ >~w I Canterbury Black Tea: 1/_)-lb. 27c _. . _._ Hammond Redwood Lumber corn-l Mrs'rsfieri Mitchefi and' Mrs" W. Popular fruit Dectm- S'OZ- home- ‘ Edwards Coffee __________ _- 4-1bs. 95c pany at Samoa,.Eureka and Fair— R‘ Spooner motored to Poflatch . i. 2 White Magic Bleach ........ _- qt. 80 'j' haven have rejected the AFL: on Sunday afternoon where they 0 Certo FrUIt Pectin, 8:01.... for 41¢ ' . i Lumber and Sawmill Workers un‘l enjoyed a dinner with the E, C. O Jelly Glasses, half plnts ..... .. doz. 39¢ Julia Lee Wright’s .bread ‘01} 1 t. . d b th Riebow f'aljmly‘ Mrs. Plumb of 0 Ball Mason Jar Cali!s -------- doz- 19¢ "0‘" enr'ghed w'th V'tami" n an eec ion superv1se y e Shelton, Jelned the party They _ _ . u d B-1 and Iron. . . H National Labor Board, 546 work- all enjoyed the outdoor livingmom O Jell E Seals, for your 16 02- 7¢ Tasty Pound Grade A” Med. Ers $13? for no itinion,Ta;lnd6111C')7|and bafbecue pit built under the O Jar Rubbers, 2-lip style .... .. doz. 3¢ Lge. 0r organizalon- e v'sion of Clifford - . o Pen-Jel Powd. Pectin 3-oz. pk . s withdrew from the jurisdictional super L.“ Rlebow 9 11/21b Loaf 1b. doz l ction sev . . e e em weeks ago Journal Want-Ads—Phone 100 - ¥ tesh " TlCKLERS . . . . By Bob Mover, '~. Now/s MEN/45700 M. : .mmc Peach canning time is here‘NOW! Can now to get 'the finest quality fruit, and the best se— lection of sizes. See our big peach display. Note our low prices! ' LOWEST PRICES «r, Leg of Veal 1b. 27c Milk Fatted " Lamb Steaks lb. m Sweet Tender Meat Lego‘ Lamb lb. 27c 1941 Spring Lamb BACON SQUARES ................ .. lb. PIECE BACON .................... .. lb. POLISH SAUSAGE ................ .. lb. SKINLESS WIENERS .......... ._ lb. 17¢ 29¢ 21¢ 25¢ AND GIRLS wuo GET, U G H HAVE .YITALITY! pi .ed‘ 0 n m. H Ti a YAKllVlA ' Balogna and Liver Sausage .... _.lb. 23 b0: 0 f 'u m the. ref_ger_tor ' W ATERMELONS ,_ 1b,.1¢ VEAL STEAK ........................ .. lb. 292 m le of milk chock-full of Vitamin E. SEEDLESS . ' PORK STEAK .......................... lb. 28¢ f ember of the family benefits by getting o . Z-lbs, BOILING BEEF ---------------------- -- “3- 12¢ . f . . flclent quantity, as part of the daily diet— YAKIMA_Crate 49¢ \ TOMATOES . . . . YAKIMA' ‘3-lbs. 10¢ PEARS .... box $1.69 POTATOES . . .' 50-lbs. 43¢ "Ll e s'ure there’s a glass of milk for brother, Fillet \Kippered Fresh of Cod Salmon Halibut .19¢ ...29¢ .25¢ ,l dad‘ and mother—«at every meal. v PHONE 21.6—J-1 '53; Dairy ' “(50511, she’s high-hat since she saved that d, good-looking. '