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Shelton Mason County Journal
Shelton, Washington
August 28, 1941     Shelton Mason County Journal
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Page ix Maurice Kinsey Pays Business Visit Here Maurice Kinsey, chjvf chemist at the Fernandina, Florida, divis— ion of Rayonier Incorporated. for— merly with the Shelton division, is visit and taking advantage of any chance to look up old friends. SHELTON VALLEY Soldiers in Uniform FREE! I Sponsored by I Shelton Eagles BOBBY SHUMACK‘S MUSIC MASTERS of Elma Saturday, Aug. 30 Admission 25¢ per person Dancing 9:30 to 1:30 PA I Tonite Only 15¢ Nite THREE MESQUITEERS “GANGS OF SONORA” — Plus “GIRL FROM GOD’S COUNTRY” Fri. Sat. Two Features: RAMOUN THEATRE Shelton, Wash. JED PROUTY IORNA GRAY Sun. to. Wed. Aug. 30 to Sept. 3 v use Sheaffer and Lifetime here this Week on a business‘ ICrap—(aviewVBride h F eted By Garden ‘ Grapeview, August 27 v— The ,‘August meeting of the Garden iClub was held at the Spooner ghomc. The hostesses, Mrs. Alf 1 Zizz, Mrs. Sarah Hansen and Miss Hattie Barker, decided that in ad- dition to the regular program they would stage a shower for the jun- ior Mrs. Spooner, who had been Louise Mitchell a month before The plans were carried out as a Icomplete surprise to the bride. She received many lovely and use- ful gifts. The hostesses, assisted by Mrs. O. Sund. Mrs. W. O. Eek— ert, and Mrs. H. E. Peterson, serv- ed a delicious lunch. Mrs. Sarah *Hansen arranged artistic favors. ‘ At the table Mrs. E. E. ’Langellier, grandmother of the bride, presid- ed at the. coffee urn and Mrs. H. E. Peterson. president of the club, served the tea. On Saturday, August 17, Mrs. W. O. Eckert arranged a picnic at Priest Point Park in Olympia in honor of Mrs. E. C. Suiter. Mr. and Mrs. Eckert, Mrs. E. C. Suitcr, Mrs. E. E. Langellier, Miss Hat- ,tie Barker, Mr. Harry Bly. Mrs. Will Spooner and Mrs. W. R. : Spooner, motored from Grapeview to the park where they met Mr. and Mrs. Bert Mitchell who drove from Seattle where they had spent a few days. After an early sup- per the group drove up to see Mr. and Mrs. Claude Ingram who had been unable to attend. At the In- ! grams. in addition to enioying the beautiful garden and rockerv. they met Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Hutson and children of Ruskin, Nebraska. I They have been visiting for a con- ‘ nle Weeks with the Ingrams. Mrs. .Hutson’s parents. Although there Iware some delays caused bv the military maneuvers, the whole af- fair was much enjoyed. 'A week ago the Cliff Barretts I drove to Yakima and returned in one day and had four hours vis— l iting. They acquired a lot of fruit I which is now in jars ready for the I winter. And we hear that the Bucking- Ihams had a fishing trip to Point I I l i No Point and reduced the number‘ i of trout and salmon at that place by a large number. I Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Eckert took Iin the Postmasters‘ Convention at {Salem. Oregon. from the 17th to Ithe 20th. One of the chief events,» i according to Walter, was a picnic ; dinner at Silver Creek Falls, where the nearly a thousand delegates I enjoyed 500 chickens. Mrs. Eckert, Iwith a. more artistic eye, told of la garden party at a beautiful :3- Itate. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Taylor, z of Shelton, and Miss Louise Nacht- I sheim of Tacoma. drove down with the Eckerts. Miss Nachtsheim coming back to Grapeview for a , short visit. I Mr. and Mrs. Robert Stratford I and children have returned to their home in Portland after a visit here and at Vaughn. They also took a short camping trip into British Columbia. Eve rsha rp Forever PENS and PENCILS Leather NOTEBOOKS $1.49 up A New RED, WHITE and BLUE SHEAFFER PENCIL $1.00 '(- McConkey PHONES Announcing PLYMOUTH’S , FINEST . Now on Display at S. L. PEARSON Next to Dick’s Shell Service .) .g 407 S. First Pharmacy 303 555 Club Meeting: I v ,a basis of 6,659 pupil days at- ‘tendance and :of .7508 cents per pupil per day ' on the basis of a total attendance Hoodgs-portl—Girlls "'5 BelfairGirl Engagement Made Public At Party By Yvonne Bartels Hoodsport, Aug. 27.V~Mrs. H. R. Dickinson gave a 12:30 lunch- :eon on Tuesday at Clarmel Inn at which she announced the en- gagement of her daughter Rose, to Lieutenant Claude W. Smith of Ames, Iowa. The table deco- rations were pink and white made ‘to represent a miniature bridal scene. Those present were Miss Deeny and Mrs. George Ashbaugh of Shelton, Mrs. Don Soulc of Se- attle. Mrs. A. L. Shallenburgcr of Norfolk, Virginia, Mrs. E. C. Riebow and Esther Carlson of Potlatch. and Betty and Marga— ret Vail of Shelton and Hoods- port. Hartley Barber spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. J. C. McKiel and daughters Bet- ty and Gloria, while his company from Fort 0rd. California. were ion maneuvers in Vader, Wash. Mrs. Will Lunt attended Past Matrons of the meeting at Beacon Point, on Wednesday, for a no-host luncheon. Mrs. Les Johnson's sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Jess Brown of Tacoma, spent Friday with the Johnson’s. Mrs. Douglas Morris and daugh- ter, Karen of Tacoma. are guests of Mrs. Sid Jarvis this week. Double annual reunion picnics were celebrated Sunday at Twa- noh State Park. One was the Ahl picnic which was well attended by over 45 relatives. The other was the Name reunion which was constituted by well over 25. Mrs. F. B. Smith and William Hilligoss, returned Friday'from a week's visit at Grants Pass. Mr. and Mrs. V. H. Lockwood, Mr. and Mrs. Jess Davies and Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Bowles moved Sunday from their homes in Hoodsport to Skamokowa. Mrs. Elva Price and Mrs. Mat- sen. both of Upper Skokomish Valley, were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Nance on Mon- day. Mr. and Mrs. I). H. Haines, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Haines, Miss Betty Haines, and Mr. Pebbles, all of Portland, spent the week- end with Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Ahl. Mr. and Mrs. Erie Nelson are the proud parents of a baby girl born last week in the Shelton General Hospital. Bob Allard of Tacoma, spent Siinday with his father, P. E; v Scouts Hike In Olympics 8 Days By Mrs. Gladys Irving Belfair, Aug. 27.7vFive from Belfair Senior Girl Scout Itroop, who completed first aid course, took an eight-day trip into the Olympics last week. Leaving the road at the Dosewalips River, they hiked to Marmot and VLa Cross Lakes via Anderson and O'Neil Pass, coming out to the Staircase. They covered about 50 miles during their trip. All provisions were carried by pack board, so they had a taste of real pioneering. They saw elk, deer, and other game; also many flow— ers. Taking the trip were Marie Opsata, Myrtle Culbertson, Ruth IJohnson, Patsy Joe and Mary ‘Ruth Michael. They were ac~ companied by Mary E. Thcler, scout lgader, and Laura M. Cul- _bcrtson, troop committee mother. I Mrs. Lucy Foster and daugh- ter, Katy, and Dan Jordan spent the weekend going to the Ocean Beach and back. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Harris and Mrs. Gladys Irving and son, Charles, picnicked at Lakewood Lake Sunday afternoon. The Bible Class of Belfair meets every Friday with Mrs. Croff. Mrs. Talbot is teacher. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Emmert spent the weekend at Silverdale with their parents. Mrs. Beck and Mrs. Harris vis- ited the Irving home Wednes- day of last week. Mrs. Walter Morrison and nieces .spent the weekend in Bremcrton visiting the Shumwells. Mrs. Jean DeMiero and sister, Katy Foster, were Seattle visit- ors Tuesday of this week. War games were over in this part of the country Monday and soldiers encamped here, left for Fort Lewis. ,Mrs. G. J. Melvin from Fernery plant was calling on Mrs. Irving and Mrs. Morrison on I Wednesday. i Potlatch Area News Brevities By Elizabeth Hussman Potlatch, August 27.-Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Smith were dinner I guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mifflin of lShelton Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. K. Simmons and girls Allard. and while fishing at Hamil I tended the Ab] picnic at Twanoh Hama, caught a 24-pound salmon. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. McKiel and family motored to PeEll on Sun- day and returned with Miss Marjory Mullenix who plans to stay a week at the McKiel home. Gordon and Lee Dickinson have returned from their recent trip to Alaska and are spending a few days in Seattle. This is their last trip to Alaska, it is reported. 17 Men COnvicted~Of State Park Sunday. ‘ Anita Simmons was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Stan Simmons and family over the weekend at Island Lake. Mr. and Mrs. K. Simmons drove to Tacoma Saturday where they spent the day shopping. Miss Esther Carlson was in Seattle last week for several days. . I Little Barbara Reynolds, grand- daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Anton Forest Law Violation Olympia, Wash, Aug. 27.—In— dications that the strict crack-l down order, issued only threci weeks ago, is bringing results, are to be found in the mid-season report of law enforcement activ- ities of the State Division of Forestry, made public today. Sev- enteen arrests were followed in short order by 17 convictions for violation of State forest fire I laws. Joumal Want-Ads—phone 100 Ness, will attend school in Ta; coma this coming term. Her grandparents took ‘her to Ta- coma Saturday. : Miss Nellie Esaw is home from Seattle where she is working, for a week’s vacation. Miss Georgina Asleson, Miss Asleson and Mr. Ellis Coxen, all of Seattle, were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Asleson. Mr. and Mrs. Vager and daugh- ters, Jeanette and Marylyn from Seattle and Mrs. Vager, Sr., of Aberdeen, were guests of the Jacobsons on Friday. $278,776 SPENT ON COUNTY SCHOOL SYSTEM LAST TERM (Continued from Page One) Costs per day per pupil were figured out in the cases of the junior and senior high schools in Shelton and the high school at. Mary M. Knight. On the basis of a. total of 68,161 pupil days at- tendance and a. cost of $70,480.75 it cost $1.034 to educate" each senior high school. pupil ‘in Shel- ton last year while at Mary M. Knight the per pupil costfor high school students was 77 cents on a total operating cost of $5,104.25. Shelton jun- ior high was operated at a cost of 68,069 and an operating cost of $51,106. I $595,852 Valuation Thirty-one school buildings were' I I I I I I I i I i ing during . the term, maintained by the districts in Mason County last term on which a valuation of $595,852 was placed (in Shelton the value was set at $354,952), equipment was valued at $85,092 (Shelton $52,792), the whole insured for a total value of $372,550 (Shelton $208,100). Departing from the realm of finances, other interesting fig- ures contained in the annual re- port showed that a total of 4,620 days of instruction were given 2756 students enrolled in the county schools. Shelton offered the fewest number of days with 170, due to ten days lost because of illness and never made up. These 2756 pupils rolled up a to- tal of 370,435 days attendance, or roughly put in over one thousand years in the classroom during the term, had the days been laid end- to-end. The 1663 students en- rolled in the Shelton system spent 228,270 days at their studies. Av- erage daily attendance was com- puted at 2,170 for the county-at— individually. More Boys Than Girls Boys outnumbered girls by 1,- 430 to 1326 in the entire county and by 840 to 823 in Shelton. County schools altogether could take care of 2916 pupils with their present facilities. Shelton schools could handle 1920, the report states in summarizing seat- ing capacity. Other figures re- port 12,698 reference literature books possessed by all county schools (of which Shelton has 5000) and 40,402 free textbooks (of which Shelton has 25,000). Harstine Island was the only district to complete a new build— it being valued at $3,700. The new Shel- ton gym, not being completed by June 30, does not enter into last term’s report. Nineteen one-room schools were maintained in the county system last year, many of which will come under scrutiny of the Coun- ty School Reorganization Commit- tee which Supt. Martin expects to name within the next few weeks under the authority vested by the last legislature in passing the school reorganization bill. Only four of these small districts paid above .the $1200 minimum teach- Llarge and at 1367 for Shelton 'er salary, the repggtt shows. all 19 paying a total of $23,509 in teacher salaries, the I SHELTN-MASON COUNTY JOURNAL I I I Mr. and Mrs. Neil Simmons at-I l I I I I ‘ ncsday ’ visited friends. ‘Thcy went over by Blcwctt Passl I I I i. I I ‘Kaiiiilche Na. Mrs. Tyler returned home Wed~ from Tacoma where she Mr. and Mrs. Day and family; returned home Friday after a. four-day trip to Grand Canyon. and returned by Nachos. On the way they visited Dry Falls and, Grand Coulee Dam. When they I'Ufnia” returned home they had Mr? guests over the weekend, Mr. and , Vancnuvon Mrs. Dave Tompson of Seattle. I and Jeanine, Wash. visited i zcrs. Journal want-Ads get cash Miss Elaine Knrvanok of Wheat- rom those who want your “Don't en, Missouri, was married Mon- Vents." day to Emmett Laney. They are Brevities Herei Kamilcl'io, Aug. 26.7 Mrs. {obtl Mitchell and daughters, Dorothy; returned Monday, from a month’s trip through Cali“ I and Mrs. Andy Keyzcrs of Thurs- day with Mr. and Mrs. Ray Key-I Obispo' Calif” Mn and Mrs. Thursday, Aug iliving at the C(itll‘dl‘y camp at I day they attended I present. . nic Mr. Baxter Gunter of Salt ltlQ Lake City, Utah, visited last week with his mother, Mrs. S. J. Gun- ter and sister, Mrs. Albert Nord« quist and brother. Bob Gunter. Housegucsts of Mr. and Mrs. by Ronald ' John 3 Boone of Gilroy, Calif, and Mrs. Mr. and Kenneth Holmes and daughters of Millbank, South Dakota. Sun- Drake, est Gunter. Prices Effective Friday & Saturday ngtung Fryers lb. 29c 35c 27c _. Roast Beef . . . lb. 25c Cut From Young, Tender Beef. " Pork Roast . . lb. 27c IShoulder Cuts. Colored Fryers lb. Picnics Hams lb. Cottage Beer Hams ...... .. lb. 33¢ Snacks each 35¢ Carsten's. Bacon ...... .. lb. 33¢ Eastern cured, by the COM picce- Meats ...... A lb. . 3¢ Pig’s Feet 14-02. Jar Armour's Asst. “Cold Cutlets .......... ._ 33¢ Cuts“ Ground Dog Beef ........ _. lb. 25¢ Food 3 this 23¢ Fresh ground. Armour's. QUALITY PRODUCE Just as fresh and flavory as Nature Herself! cANNI‘NG PEACHES, Now is thevtimc to get. yours in, the peak of the. season.’ "w v U. S. No. 1 ' g 1‘ ELBERTAS ......... _.I Market U. S. No. 1 HALES ........................ .I Prlce CELERY .............................. .. 2 for 15¢ Utah Type. Extra Large Heads. LETTUCE ............................. ..‘..each 5¢ Local. Large, Crisp Heads. CORN ...................................... .. doz. 25¢ Local Golden Bantam. POTATOES ........................ .. 50—1bs. 49¢ U. S. No. 2Grade. I CUCUMBERS ........................ .. each 5¢ Long Slicers. Sweet And Juicy. GRAPES ......................... .. 3-lbs. Thompson’s Seedless. s . ciiAM SlAllEH 2 pkgs. 17¢ . Tonight! FRENCH APPLE PIE ! “Where Quality Meets Price” —— Phone 305 meat department, for fine foods for a feast or You'll find oceans of values on which to sail to everything to carry you through Tuesday’s brea is a low price at the L. M. day, Tuesday. Golden C Grade. VIRGINIA PEANUT S. . -oz. Vacuum Pack Tin POTATO CHIPS . . . . . Nalley’s. NAPKINS............. 80—Count. KITCHEN TOWELS . . . . 150 On Rolls. MARSHMALLOWS 2 pkgs? l—lb. Cello Packages. CHEESE SPREAD . . . . . . 2 jar-9'; Kraft’s. RIPE OLIVES . . . . . . . . . . 2 tin Libby‘s Medium Size. No. l Tins. CANDY BARS :lbal' Popular Brands. KOOLADE and KOOLADE ICE CREAM POWDER, choice 6 pkgs. CORNED BEEF 2on5 “Fray Bentos". All Lean Meat. 12-07;. Tins. PANCAKE & WAFFLE FLOUR Sperry's No. 10 Bags. SUNBRITE CLEANER . . 3 c3115} . . Serve Betty Crocker Recipe Now in Sacks. GOLD MEDAL "Kitchen—Tested" EN RICHED FLOUR Vitamin Ancl Mineral ,L M. Blend Any Grind 1-lb. 27c .2-IbS. 53c MAKE THE OF COFF Pour coffee into the {Canning sapfiiié; KERR LIDS, regular, ........ 2 doz' PARAWAX, 1-lb. pkg. 2 pkgs’ IVIASON JAR RINGS 2 doz' SURE JELL ____________________ ._ 3 pkgs‘ llSt 28" at Woodlath P Mr. Ray Keyzchi Gunter)» Yakima Thursday Keyzers and trur-{loml of p830 3(‘l'ti’l2t Munson." IVVm. Boice this week were Mr. Mrs. t , ‘ and Mrs. Fred Conncll of Alex- ing several weeks a. andria, South Dakota, Mr. and on Hood‘ Canal. Mrs. Dale Connell of San Louis', Sunday callch a B. tor home were Mr- 3 ,L Mrs. Edith Whittle 3. . Start your holiday with a shopping trip to our gr"c We’ll be closed Monday, so you had better buy 8'” more you buy, the more you'll save because cw"), Prices effective Frldal’r BROWN SUGAR . . .. 3.119., . 2 cans? : of your refrigeratOT' . cubes in iced coffee r‘ will add to the flail" not dilute the coffee' a re‘" r a ". brd 116q : A DRINTING the :7 I: t nd , Mrs. . . it DriVI 3"“!!! 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