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August 21, 1941     Shelton Mason County Journal
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Page Eight If you VViah to Sell you'll Have to TellvreJUln'lllll Vy'ant—Ads. FIR DUG SRE : ROBBINS i ElECTRlC to inflate his tires properly, takes their time." i :ber conservation for fewer tires will i motoring requirements. . speeds, Estudies recently completed by B. . treads wear out twice as rapidly ;at 70 miles an hour as at 45——~ . and worn-out treads account for 390 percent of all passenger-car tire replacements, 'were on the highway during the‘ ‘hour would save more than 45,-- own M Rubber May Be Saved T hru Care: I .7__..A_ l America's motorists can play a' major role in conserving our na-I tion's rubber supply, for by more; careful use of tires thousands of! tons of this now vital material: could be saved annually, Mr. M.l Fox, of the B. F. Goodrich Com-1 pally, declared here today. f Referring to the government'si plans for restricting the consump tion of rubber. Mr. Fox said that, rubber savings of almost fantas-‘I tic amounts would result if mo-l ‘ torists j o i n c d the conservation ~ causo. l “The material which today isl indispensable to national defensel actually is being wasted in Ameri- 1 ca because tires are driven at! excessive speeds or are otherwise} misused by thoughtless motor-I ists.“ Mr. Fox stated. ‘ “Every time a motorist failsl curves too fast, drivns at sustained high speed, spins his tires in a' quick start or skids them to a sudden stop, he is destroying rub- ber and wearing out tires before} According to Mr. Fox any plan that will result in making tires and other rubber products last! longer. is a potent means of rub- be needed to meet civilian matter of excessive Fox cited scientific On the M r. F. Goodrich that show that tire he said. He explained that according to estimates 13.500000 motorists Fourth of Julv weekend, driving an average of 30 miles at 40 miles per hour. A reduction to an average sneed of 30 miles an 000 pounds of rubber in reduced tread wear alone, he declared. and at the same time help conserve. stocks of gasoline and perhapsi defer the early necessity for dras- tic rationing of motor fuel for! civilian use. ' LOG-GER HURTS ANKLE Chuck Harris. operator of his: logging company. was ad—i mitted to Shelton hospital Tues- day for treatment of an ankle in- jury. Joe Viger Earns OPERATION SUCCEEDS John Kubik, pioneer Shelton i resident, underwent a successful major operation at Shelton hos-l pital Tuesday and is reported re: covering rapidly. Cords for Rough and Tough Wear New Fall Styles VVVVVVVVVVVVVVVV{ $5.00 $6.00 $7.5 ) V y. MUNRG’S MEN’S STORE « i 1 i i 4 1 i 1 < 4 4 l 4 4 4 1 c i .4 FREEMAll SHOES v V b b b F ’r t b D b b I b ) b D ) 0 We’re sure of what the other fellows are wearing back to high . . . because we’ve been outfitting thcm with these T u e d com- fortable, keenly col- orful clothes! New All Wool FINGER TIP Coats $10.95 V New “Zelan” Reversible Jacket for Rain or Shine $4.95 l l AAAAAAAAAAAALAAA 0 4 :plied by your State, but officers; l ‘they decide to make the Navy ; rank just as do the graduates of lwill soon be in command of the] line of Alaska. charge of physical education. He -sports, as well as regular exer- McCleary -~ Mill Visits Topic Army Lieutenancy} As a fitting Climax ’40 h i An account of tne trip made by seven and a half months adven- Rev. Aylesworth B. BellY of Blue ture asa 1~lylng Cac‘lct‘ 111'. the island, 11]., on which he visited Army Air Corps, Joseph A\. Vlgel', his nephew, Ed G_ Taylor, of son of Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Vigor. 0f Shelton and a former high‘ ed in the Blue Island Sun—Stand- school athlete here, was presented. am newspaper in which the fol_ with the coveted silver wings and} low'mr. mention' of a trip to Camp gold bars of a lieutenant at his, :; amt} a tour of the McCleary graduation from the Air Cox-psi Timber plant here was made. Advanced Flying School at Brooks‘ ‘ A ' , “A few days were spent near Field, Texas, last Frida . y Tacoma, “lash, with an uncle The Shelton young man has , . . completed what has been tamed and while there had the perilegc ‘ and pleasure of riding up on a a “$25,000 scholarship in th , , , world‘s finest flying school." Thel 19?}ng tram ab‘mt ,30 miles to a final phase of the Air Corps train-,3 big Wa-‘ihlnglon “’8”ng Camp and also touring one. of the largest ing program, accomplished at. , Brooks Field under the direction} Sawmlns 0f the Country Several feet of movies were taken which of Major Stanton T Smith, givesl will help relive this rather ex- i. the flyer a thorough training int , H eltmg experience. Kamilche, last summer was print- the art of formation flying, iii-'1 strument flying, interception prob— "" lemsv and day and night Cmss‘ Tell the prospects Where you are country besides an intensive wun Journal want-Ad ground school program. ' 1...”... -. n Pedestrian Protection!-w Wai'nings Painted at “Points of Danger”! DANGER SPOT WARNINGS: Many progressive cities stencilling warnings or suggestions on the curb to help those afoot avoid accidents. These “points of danger” signs are' proving very effective. . ,: -—AAA Safety Features (Photo Courtesy The Washington Post) KNOW YOUR NAVY _, Your state lies within the Thir- the larger lumber and agricultur- teenth Navel District, which isl a1 industries, the fur trade is may- comprised of Alaska, Washington,I ertheless a vital addition to Wash- Oregon, Idaho, Montana, andl ington State industries. , Wyoming The commandant Ofi Seattle, annually selling over the Thirteenth Naval Districtl 750,000 raw pelts to all parts of is Rear Admiral Charles S. Free-l the world, is second only to New man whose “job” just precedingl York as a fur market. Fifteen his present one was as Command-l thousand mink pelts and six 91' 0f the ’Sllbmarlne FOTCC' Ofl thousand silver fox furs are pro- the U- 5- Fleet duced annually from farms 10- Staff headquarters of the Thir- cated in nearly every county of teenth Naval District are in the the state, but principally around Exchange Building, Seattle, wash-l Seattle, Spokane. and Tacoma. ington. But no single Northwest: In 1938 there were 321 fox w.— ’: city has :1 monoply 0n Navy acb‘ farms, 156 mink farms and 12 fox v ivities. Air Fields, section bases, and mink farms-we growth of 181 v I shipyards with Navy contractsl "The are widely scattered geograph-l ically over the district. But of equal importance with ships and, bases are men. And the person-I nel of the Thirteenth Naval Dist- rict comes from every town and hamlet Alaska. Not only enlisted men are sup- farms over 1986 figures. reputation made by the quality and quantity of silver fox and mink pelt 'productionihas attracted such attention th a t some farms produce only breed- ing stock for shipment to o t he 1‘ in the Northwest and parts of the country. ll A H "A M THEATRE SHELTON, WASHINGTON ‘._... as well. In the present emergency, a. large part of the Navy is madel up of Reservists called to activel duty. From your State there have been many young men enrolled in! the fieserve. They have attendedi the Midshipmen schools at New York or Chicago. After three months intensive training theyl have been commissioned as 611-; signs—officers of the line. Ifi Two shows every night Starting at 7:00 P.M. Matinee 2:15 PM. Satorday and Sunday Admission 10¢ and 25¢ plus tax (State 2¢; Federal 3¢) Tonight Only 15¢ Ginger Rogers —- David Niven “BACHELOR MOTHER” their career, after the present emergency, they may advance in the Naval Academy. But if, after the emergency, they 5 wish to return to civilian life, they! will be released to business and plants and farms to take up their-i original ambitions. l Many of these young I officersl little patrol vessels, watchful eyes' of your Navy, which are a partl of the local Defense Force of the and Thirteenth District. These small u ships are patterned after the' P purse seine vessels of the fishing PAYS” fleet, a type found to be yeryi practical along the Washingtonl and Oregon Coast and the shore- Leon Errol This month the Naval Air Sta-I tion, Sand Point, Seattle, appoint-I ed Norman F. Kunde to takel Friday Saturday Melvyn Douglas —g- Merle Oberon “THAT UNCERTAIN I FEELING” isl is a well known amateur boxer. physical education expert,, and a lieutenant in the Reserve. The national head of the Navy’s new physical education program Gene Tunney. At the Sand Point - - station, -where young men train sun. Mon. Tues. for the air, there is now organiz—l VIVIAN LEIGH LAUR- ed baseball, football, and otheri l ENCE OLIVER “THAT HAMILTON Your Navy is stressing the 99 physical fitness of the individual.: ~ Virtually unnoticed alongsidiel fl cise classes. SHELTON-MASON COUNTY JOURNAL l as in national defenSe particip< i ation. l “Oldsmobile will endeavor to the state .in . Oldsmobile To Continue N ew Car Production Stimulated by a new car de- -mand unprecedented in the com- pany's 44-year history, Oldsmo- bile will aim to continue new car production well into midsummer months. Present plans anticipate manufacturing schedules extend ing through July. This was the gross in car production as well supply cars to its customers as long as materials and man power are available," said Skin— ner. “Of course there will be the seasonal let-up on car production during the summer months but las this period arrives many of the men will be transferred from car production to other depart- ments in our armament program., announcement made in Lansing yesterday by S." E. Skinner Oldsmobile’s general manager, , reviewing the company‘s pro- In Oldsmobile’s Hydra-Maticl Drive plant we propose to oper- ate during the changeover period in order to keep pace with the demand. Hydra-Matic Drive con-‘ Lh’lUCS to grow in popularity and No. 21/2 1 gallon ........ .. Roa'st Of l ‘ SPRING lAMB {SPRING LAMB STEER BEEF Shoulder . Roast. of Pork Short ‘Ribs oi Steer Beef}. . Cottage lb. 33¢ Sliced Bacon 1/2-lb. cello pkg. 15¢ Ground Beef . . [All Lean Meat. . Carsten’s. Polish Ring . 1/2-§.3,fal. l : Wilson , (30., l tins ............ .. TOMATOES Emporium Solid Pack. cans .......... .. VINEGA Pure Cider. (Bring your own container). Armour‘s branded young' Tamales jar25¢ Armour’s——7 in Glass Jar‘. DogFood.....; 3for 23¢ ‘...each15¢ ' SANICLOR A perfect bleach and water softener. MOR all pork luncheon meat. .... ._ 53¢ is more in demand today than when first introduced by Olds- mobile. More than 100,000 Hydra- Matic-equippcd Oldsmobiles are now in daily service. “The General Motors Forge plant division of Olds Motor Works is now in production on 75 mm. and 105 mm. shells. Nearly? all machinery installations have been made and Oldsmobile is well along on schedule in this part of' its defense participation. Olds— mobile’s Automatic Cannon plant is also developing rapidly and will be in operation during the early fall months.” Skinner stated that Oldsmobile cantracts for national defense work were in excess of 22 million New Gillette TEK RAZOR 1 Blade 25¢ FIR DRUG STORE a a a ...i... ____ .. 1992. Pure Grap Natu Prices effective Fri-Sat. lb. 25c lb. 15c lb. 25c beef. Camp Kellog I Old Dutch Cleanser ............ ....................... .. . Coffee, 1-lb.—-Z7¢ __________________________________ IA: M ‘I 1,,- . Li-lb.‘ 27¢ 12-02. bottles (plus bottle deposit). 2.1 v- Parawax .......................................................... t '_ '_ 15¢. Reliance Pectin ........................................ .. 3 b0 . . lb. 25¢ 17¢ ‘v lumbermén’s Mercantile Comp YourComplete Department Store -—- “Where Quality Meets Priced . Y; . Thompson’s Malted Milk _____ ....... _. 1—lb- 0. Preserves, loganberry, strawberry .......... .. 3 Wheaties, Try National Wheaties Week. Hi H0 Crackers, Sunshine ...................... .. l-lb- Sunshine’s new salted butter wafer. ‘ SUNSHINE KRISPY CRACK SUNSHINE GRAHAM CRACK Double Cola, Orange Soda, Refreshing! Hill’s Blue Can Brand Coffee _____________________ Wax Paper, 125-ft. rolls, Outright __________ .. 2 For every house and luncheon use. of Miracle Whip Potatoes .... .. 123-le. 25¢ Firm, ripe, locals Crate 79¢ l rsday, August V: R i.‘ Thu ‘ UNDER'GOES OPERATION i i Ted Bingham, just down fronli i Kodiak, Alaska, underwent a, suc« i l $25M .cessful major operation Tuesdayi l at Shelton hospital. His recovery l “2111 be paid by the is reported very satisfactory. [for any Corn orlcg , *—‘—“j‘* _—i——'- ‘CHRISTC)I"HER' l no.1). MAN CL’I‘S ANkLn 303mm remove. 1"; n ‘ R. B. Stinson, P.U.D. .3 line— 35¢ and 60’» G0 man, was. treated at Shelton Hos— lphmmacy Phone 89' pital yesterday for an ax cut on one ankle. l l . . l Comes To Skokomish Valley BINGO, FISHPONDS, ROULETTE, SHOOTING Many Other Exciting Games, Fine Prlzes MID—SKOKOMlSH SCHOOL Sponsored 'Annually by SKOKOMISH VALLEY GRANGE Admission FREE Everyone 1Welcomes-v8 p. m. See those people hurrying by you? They're on their “’3 8 nitte biggest food show in town . they’re coming to our e Rulpose FOOD FAIR featuring scares and scores of prize-winning alts u fine foods. Why not join them? Admission is free - " $5.5 ‘ your EXTRA SAVINGS will pay you to shop here this ' n but conven'e A” nol every week. Big crowds, of course . . . , d caslly‘ nd helpful clerks enable you to shop quickly an s economically. You don’t want to miss the MASON COUNTY FA'R':l . it’s equally important. It’s this FRlDAY and 5A3 DAY in the LINCOLN GYMNASIUM '1“. the GARDEN CLUBS and 4—H CLUB. With the New Mystic Knife. Fruit. efruit Juice, 20-02. cans, Texas .......... .- ral Flavor. ~ I. a bowl of Wheaties .......... .. 2 Pk j, l i‘ E- I rN each ________________________________ __, 57¢, 23 0“ ' ' ' ' ' ' ' 3 2-1b. family boxes. of 1 bell’s Tomato Soup g’s Corn Flakes ...... ......... . Blend . . . any grind. Silex, Drip or Regular. 6 WM? 1.0 the 81h birthday {2&4’ U Kraft Mayonnaise . . . . . . . . .. qt? Pint .............................. ,_ 27¢ 'Ck Kraft Che .se .. . ,2-lb. bl‘l American 2-lb. brick. , Kraft Cheese Spread . 2 Onions 10-lb.' Mild and sweet. ' Yellow Bantam, local. Celery......... Utah type, local. Green Beans "*3; l U. S. No. 1 grade. 1,, Bell Peppers ._ 2-1bs. 15¢ “Efnlfngffsxweiiii 0% Tomatoes .. 4-lbs. 25¢ Oranges .... “ Sweet and juicy“ a!"