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day, September 4, 1941‘. , ation Favors l Crease In Eggs 1 ‘, ' . [when the price is good and the‘ rrhls Year‘ need apparent, says Buchanan. ,7 Increased egg production may: V be obtained from present flocks: either by better feeding, or if an, approved feeding program is be College of Washington Wisel Washington poultrymen will make 5 every effort to maintain and in-,‘ crease production of eggs now‘ GOLDEN ANNl i‘. ,orgwel‘nment continues to more and more eggs. Op- . V dof lease-lend shipments to. mg used, keeping them free from, ‘ '- arid allied “film-S. and, disease and parasites. Buchanan lncrcase in domestic ‘ presents the following t h r c c % “57113:” 90W"? ‘WilUIi‘Jeri l points as steps which any poultry~ l at a profitable} ‘ l man can and should take righti now if he wants to maintain topl production. * l are .o u -i 7 m _ them go” 10 (““lt" (“’02”)! 1. Examine roosts and roost. ,out my Wm." ‘1 year ago' supports for red mites. If anvl ‘l W- D. Buchanan, ex- ‘ are found, paint with crankcase. oil or a mixture of crankcase oil! _,,, 1 and carbolineum. ,i 2. Examine the hens’ bodies for‘ ‘lice. If any are found, apply a I g i i. , a .4 thin line of nicotine sulfate to the ‘_ " i. ~ t top of the perches an hour before To Skokomish Valley the birds go to roost. See that I lay, Sect. l2 \POultr yman at the State all the birds roost that night. Re- i peat the treatment about 10 days later. . . 3. Keep growing pullets and N for ULGO; FISIIPONDS, ,laying flock free from coccidio- , n ‘_ ETrE. SHOOTING i sis. This can be done by keeping {Hm GALLERY the house and yard bone dry or Am"w yother Exciting Games, by cleaning the house frequentl} buttons Fine prizes’ or by a combination of these flock and to feed the birds all ithey will eat of a well balanced l ration. ornission Free ,Ine Welcome—8 p. m. bell. Two other cousins of Mr. Browml also members of the original wed-l ding party, came all the way from . San Diego to attend the golden i observance while Mr. Brown‘s hrov ther, Maurice, of Seattle, th 01 fourth member of the original ' wedding party able to be on hand for the 50th anniversary fete, Hutu I old Brown, son of the honored cou— ’ LFggpifl Potlatch Active I Over Labor Day I With Many Events? By Elizabeth Hussman Potlatch, Sept. 3.~~Mr. and l.’ Ness attended the 33rd Concertl given by the Norwegian Singers Association at Aberdeen an (ll Hoquiam over the Weekend. Tho. singers were from all along the ‘ {Pacific Coast. A son of Mr. until Mrs. Ness living at Hoquiam, drove to Potlatch Saturday and returned the same day, taking his parents with him to attendl the concert. Labor Day guests at the H. J. Hussman home were Mr. and, Mrs. Lee Bushue and son, Paul, !of Spokane, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Bushue and son, Jimmy, Mr. ().I E. Havens, and Mr. Ben Huss—l man of Bremerton. Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Reader had as their guests over the Labor Day weekend, Mr. and Mrs Tom Reader and family from Everett... Mrs. E. B. Reader and her dangle: ter, Cora, of. Seattle, Lionel! Bunch and Mr. and Mrs. Chaim—I cey Graham, also of Seattle, Were guests there Sunday and Monday. ecials for Fri., Sat. and Mon. .... We 5.|b. 'IPlckles . qt. 19¢ be” Grapefruit 46-oz.can es carton17¢ 2) Mr. and Mrs. Al Main a n d ~ sons moved into the home that , they own in Po‘latch. They lived at Olympia before they moved. Mr. and Mrs. Neil Simmons and son Mickey, drove to Puyallup,i where they visited her folks Sun— day and Monday. l Mr. and Mrs. Bud Simmons and, {daughter Anita, and her cousin, lJean Simmons, drove to Tacoma. . rolls I BU: .HEY’S Potato Chips 16-02. pkg. 29¢ ' Xydol 220 i. ’i . l"my Soap 35ers. 19¢ where they attended the Ringling‘ Circus Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Simth ofi Seattle, spent the weekend at the, I home of Mrs. Smith’s parents, the‘ lMike Esaws. Miss Nellie Esaw. returned to Seattle with Mr. and' Mrs. Smith Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Christianscn andi son Arthur of Seattle were the; guests of the Jacobsons over the‘ weekend. Mr. and Mrs. K. Sim—l mons of Concrete were guests at 'the Jacobson home at the same! my Jim. time. Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Briggs, Sr., and son George, of Tracyton, and Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Briggs, Jr.,l and children of Grand Rapids,| Michigan, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Briggs Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Briggs, .lr.. were guests of the F‘. G. Briggs on Monday. professor at the University Arizona at Tuscon. Miss Lillian Briggs after grad- Dating at a Brcmerton Beauty School now has a position at tho Modern: Beauty Shop in Shel— ton. Mark Hussman returned h o m c Tuesday evening after working all summer at Stetsons Resort. . Mr. and Mrs. three children, of Tacoma, were weekend guests of the Days. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Beardon, also of Tacoma. were guests there Labor Day. of his mother, Mrs. George Sisley, and Mrs. Anna Smith, motored to Seattle Sunday. . The Potlutch Social Club held its first autumn meeting at the. home of Mrs. George Sisley Tucs— day evening. Two tables of con- tract were played; high score gomg to Mrs. Tyler, second high .to Mrs. Hale. ed the galloping goose. Mrs. Geo. Sisley was the hostess, and serv- ed a delightful lunch. A for- mer member, Mrs. Fred Siegel. was _a welcome caller during the evening. Dick' Tyler left Wed- nesday for Chico, Calif, where he will attend school. ,_ “we ions .io—ibs. 23c l°°\392’s UNITED STATES SAVING S VERSARY COME ' deavor. .oi‘ficcrs and chief petty officers, '. Mr. I. Briggs is c.‘ . . l . Dickinson and ' Jimmy Sisley, accompanied by' Mrs. Tyler receiv—, ,_~ SHELTON-MASON COUNTY JOURNAL‘ S other w methods. Poultry range shelters ld.Sk0k0migh should be moved frequently. (Photo by Andrews) 50" ' Good care of growing pullets MR. AND MRS. E. FRANK BROWN. ear: SChOOI this Slimmer may add as much as Four of the original members of the bridal party were on hand 1g y “w “humped A,1 , [I b $1 21 bird CXtra labor inCOme dill“; in Vancouver, B. (8., August 26, to help Mr. and Mrs. Frank Brown, 1'3; “’1 KOMISH' ling the succeeding 12 months: of Shelton, observe their golden anniversary. 1855' tbs ‘ GRANGE‘ BUChanan says- This is the time held at the home of Mrs. Emma Durstine, a cousin of Mr. Brown, who Ad ‘when it pays to have a healthy The celebration was was one of the bridesmaids at the wedding in Clare County, Mich- igan, August 26, 1891. at the home of Mr. Brown’s uncle, J. E. Hub- plc, and his wife came from Los Angoles for the celebration. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. O’Neil and Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Brown, all of Shelton, were others of the golden anniversary party. Mrs. ”“ l is a daughter and Mr. Pl a son of thi, honored con-f l Naval Reserve Plays Important Part In Defense (From The Northwest Naval Ra! ‘ cruiter) . There are many patriotic men now in the Naval Reserve who have made great personal rifices to accept duty afloat. Many of" these men who are now on duty .at sea or ashore have attended drills regularly for years, often without pay,- and have worked determiiicdly to fit thcnist-lvcs for the day when the. call should come. i The loyal and energetic spirit prevailing at all the Naval Sta- tions, Naval Bases, and at all of the many other naval activ-l itics throughout our Navy cannot, be too highly commended. A re—l view of Naval actitivics would not be complete without a word for the members of the United States sac- Naval Reserve, who have beg} called to active service of thei}; country during the present emer- gooey. ’i‘housands of men are still need- ed to fully equip your projected Two-Ocean Navy. The Naval Re- serve can use men with exper- ience in almost every line of en—i It needs enlisted men —' seamen. yccmen, firemen, ma- chinists, electricians, carpenters and many others. It needs petty in all branches of the Navy. Par- ticularly in the 13th Naval Dis-' trict are needed yachtsmen, fish- ermen, and others with experience in local waters to man the boats ready for the defense of their own Puget Sound and coastal wa- ters. Men from 17 to 50 years of' age are being sought and in all of thGSC‘ branches of the Naval Reserve there may be a spot in which any man may fit. Let us not relax our loyal vigilance. Wel must be always on guard. And we must hurry. The job sis notl easy and it calls for full coopera- tion. Remember the slogan of the President, our Commander-in Chief: “Speed and Sacrifice." _Journal Want-tics are snowing their value in every issue of the paper! __———— ARAMOUN THEATRE T } Shelton, Wash. Tonite Only 15¢ TWO FEATURES . Plus “ARIZONA-BOUND" Friday Saturday TWO FEATURES Paramount Presents Clarence E. Mulinrd’s ., EN OE. OOLORAOO “M 39"” Plus “AL :CADEMY" ‘ Sun., Mon., Tues. BY SHELTON Some of the life in Uncle Sam’s naval training school at San Die— go is ‘described by Milt Clothier, son of Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Cloth- ier of Shelton, in a letter written home August 28. Parts of 'it follow: Dear Folks: Well, we finally got over to North Island. Boy, what a place. We have big, wide bunks with mattresses about six inches thick and lockers to store our stuff. I am in aviation radio, signed up yesterday. We go to school two months on the ground and then for a month we fly like the bird- ies. From there on we go with the squadron to far off places. We are in the P—B-Y flying boats, but that isn’t our address. How do you like this: Milton A. Clothier ‘ Transition Training Squadron Pacific Fleet Radio School Naval Air Station San Diego, Calif. Do you think you can get that on an envelope. This transition squadron we are in is the best school in the sta- tion. We have our choice of three schools, aviation mechan- ics, radio, or ordnance. Also we go to school two months to the regular schools, three to four. The chow here is perfect. They say radio is hard but an- other kid and I are going to study so hard that we will be like an LIFE or NAVAL RECRUIT TOLD l BOY IN LETTERS~ From morning to night it is a' continual roar, but I am happy and so I don’t mind it. Your loving son, MILT (Sparks) CLOTHIER.’ Another letter, arriving today, added a few more details. It said in part: mm “We found out what our school is all about now. We have class- es from 8 a. m. to 10:45, then to chow, back to classes at one until 4:30, and then from 6 to 7:30 in the evenings, so we are plenty 1 busy. 5 Things sound so good to me} !about Navy life I hope to stay 'in. After about nine months I will probably be drawing close to. $75 and maybe more a month. Af—i ter we are rated we get flight pay, which is half again base, pay. “We have had a lot of fun; off a French gunboat in port, here for repairs. And we en—l joyed a trip through one of the new bombers. Boy, are they; big." VISITS RELATIVES HERE Mrs. Grace Kraschke of Oak land, Calif, is spending the week visiting cousins in Shelton, Mrs. Lenore Callahan and Mrs. Hypa-i thea Haupt, and her niece, Mrs.{ Sadie Smythe. Mrs. Kraschke’sl “encyclopedia.” Airplanes and more airplanes. Shelton, and a native of Shelton. I sin/mas def ’, , \ GRAPE JUIC "Royal Purple" pure, un VINEGAR . mother was Mrs. Joycie Monson,l daughter of David and Frances v that likeness. .he is not physique" talking to some French sailorsj. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE “Man” is the subject of the Lesson-Sermon which will be read in all Churches of Christ, Scien- tist, Sunday, September 7. Golden Text: “Behold, what manner of love the Father hath bestowed upon us, that we should be called the sons of God” (I John 3:1). Among the citations which com- prise the Lesson-Sermon is the following from the Bible: “And God said, Let us make man in our image, after our likeness: . .” (Gen.1:26). The Lesson—Sermon also in- cludes the following passage from the Christian Science textbook, ‘ “Science and Health with Key to :the Scriptures" by Mary Baker Eddy: “The Scriptures inform us that man is made in the image and likeness of God. Matter is not The likeness of Spirit cannot be so unlike Spirit. Man is idea, the image, of Love; (p.475;7-11; 13-14). Page Three I l MARRI’ AGE LICENSES ] Herold Babcock, 36, Portland. and Mildred Johnston, 30, Willa- mine, Ore., at Shelton. Wallace W. Borsch, 25, and Elizabeth E. Stone, 24, both of Fort Lewis, at Shelton. Claude Wallace Smith, Jr., 26, Fort Lewis. and Rose Margaret Dickinson, 24, Shelton, at Shel- ton. George Everett Moore II, 23, Lebanon, New Hampshire, and Vera Weckhorst Anker, 21, Al- lyn, at Shelton. 172519”? 2.1.666 noun). IABLETS. SALVE. NOSE maps Opening Saturday BARBER SHOP In Connection with Shelton Sporting Goods 'E'Péfi'EO'OO VALUE 1» Iowa cl lilo beefs swift these days. Strength and . liedtll are vital for young and old alike. Equally vital is u knowledg- of the right kind: of food bulamd to build mung nerves and sturdy bodies. Safeway is always ndy to provide you with the good rewards of the ‘ nation's gram loud Industry and to assist in their selec- tion to “In! you may get more food value for your money. '. SAFEWAY COOPERATES Safeway is cooperating in national ense by offering National Defense Stamps for sale in all stores. E . .qt. 21c diluted grape juice . . . ga. 150 “Old Mill" brand pure apple cider vinegar for pickling CREAM CORN . . tin 100 -‘\I “Country Home” Icy., cream style corn. 20—02. MEAT BALLS . 2 tins 350 “Faultless” meat balls in delicious rich gravy. l-ll). tin SHORTENING 3-Ib‘s. 490 Royal Satin pure veg. shortening for all cooking purposes MILK Federal, Cherub or Darigold 141/2-02. tall 5 tins§9¢ L... Butter Tasty Pound Creamery (Subj. to mkt.) L 1... 39¢ EGGS Large grade “A” Fresh (Subj. to mkt.) doz 4¢ — “3* ‘ '0 Q FRUIT JARS doz. 79¢ Ball "Top Seal" Mason qts. CAPS doz. ¢ 1102211233 ....................................... FRUIT JARS doz. Ball “Ideal” fruit jars. Qts. KERR LIDS doz. Regular size Kcer Mason lids SUGAR Pure Cane fine Granulated for (Tanning 25-lbs. 100-Ibs. 1.52 5.89 ¢ ‘ Guaranteed Meats COLORED FRYERS lb. 33c Freshly Dressed, Dry Picked LEG-OF-LAMB . . lb. 276 Sweet, Tender Meat ‘ OVEN ROAST Cross Rib and Rump '. . lb. 31c Lamb Steaks . . . . lb. 27¢ Boiling Beef Pure Grd. Beef . . . lb. Pork Steaks Veal Roast . Pot Roast .. . Shankless Picnics lb. Halibut . . . . Salmon . . . . . Prices Subject to lb. 12¢ 23¢ 29¢ 27¢ 25¢ 28¢ . . ... lb. 25¢ .... . lb. 25¢ Market Change .....Ib. .....lb. .....lb. LYOuh MONEY YAKIMA FANCY 3-lbs.. . 10¢ LOCAL FANCY 3-lbs.. . 14¢ 6 DAY SALE FRIDAY THRU THURSDAY SEPT. 5-11 Incl. Grapes lb. 5c PEPPERS lb. 5,: CELERY i . l FRESH TOPPED CARROTS . coffins . . POTATOES sandwiches a constant Freshness does it. 1-1b. 11/2- 9¢ Kitchen Craft Kitchen Craft Fl ENRICHED Julia Lee Wright’s Enriched bread makes your luncheon 13¢ Fishers Blend Flour lO-lb. Drifted Snow Flour...- 10-lb. Kitchen Craft Flour..- 241/2-lb. ..‘.....lb. 3¢ ........lb. 3¢ .......1b. 3¢ 3-lbs. 10¢ 4-le. 25¢ §§§§§§§§§§’ treat. 1b. sack 45c sack 43c sack 39c sack 83c our ...... __ 49-lb. sack 1.63 Flour 10-lb. ASSORTED FRUIT JUICES Town House Grapefruit Juice. 18—02. Libby’s Grapefruit Juice ...... _. 46-oz. tin Dole’s Fancy Pinea Town House fcy. grapefruit juice 46-02. 80 18c 27c 16c pple Juice 46-oz. tin CANNED VEGETABLE SALE Green Giant Peas—tender-..- 17-oz. tin 15c Tender Sweet Corn ____________________ 16-oz. Gardenside Corn, 1 Butter Kernel W.K. 9c 6-oz. ______________ __ 3 for 25c Corn“. 20-oz. 2 for 25c POPULAR PREPARED FOODS Van Camp’s Pork and Beans 20-02. tin Valamont Pork & Libby’s Corned Beef Hash 1-lb. tall tin Lynden Cottage Chicken Dinner 16-oz. Lynden Chicken Fricasse ...... .. 29-oz. tin ADD SP1 C'E' T0 90 QC 200 24c 63c YOUR SANDWICHES Beans .......... .. 31—oz. Hormel’s Ham Spread—spicy 3-oz. tin 10c Lynden Chicken Sand. Spread. 31/2-0z. Armour’s Deviled Meat—14’s-... 4 tins 8c 15c BABY FOODS AND SOUPS Gerber’s Asst. Baby Libby’s Asst. Baby Foods 41/2-oz. 3 for Foods ,41/2~0z. 3 for 190 19c Heinz Asst. Baby Foods... 41/2-oz. 3 for 19c Heinz Asst. Soups, handy 10-oz tin 3 for 250 Minute Man Asst. Soup Mix 21/2oz 2 for 15c JELL-WELL Assorted Puddings or Desserts 3 pkg... 19¢ WALDORF Soft—wave Toilet Tissue 554 sheet. rolls 4 Rolls