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September 4, 1941     Shelton Mason County Journal
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September 4, 1941

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Pa e Four Fines Assessed Today In License Campaign Justice W. A. Magoon presided in justice court this afternoon while hearings Were held for eight persons arrested by State Patrolman Cliff Aden Tuesday in his first drive against motorists operating without their drivers licenses. HOSPITAL PATIENT Tom Peckham of Shelton was. admitted to Shelton Hospital on Tuesday for medical attention. I HOODSPOR’I‘ MAN TREATED Ray Amos of Hoodsport was admitted to Shelton Hospital on Tuesday for treatment. JOURNAL Want Ads are used by' scores of your friends $25.00 REWARD Will be paid by the manufacturer for any Corn or Callous GREAT CHRISTOPHER CORN SALVE cannot remove. It Never Fails. 35¢ and 60¢ Gordon‘s Shelton Three were fined $10 and costs, with $7.50 suspended, two for- feited $5 bail each, one was fined $10 and costs and the entire fine suspended, while one failed to put in an appearance and a war- rant was sworn out for his ar- rest. Pharmacy. Phone 89. Journal Want-Ads—Phone 100 Use The 01! Heater That Saves You ONE CENT On Every Gallon 0f Oil You Buy! S .RK I ,I’N‘G HEATERS v Use oil that costs less per gallon and gives 4000 more heat units per gallon The National Board of Fire Underwriters has listed Spark Oil Heaters as standard for usewith No. 3 Oil or lighter. Your fuel saving alone more than makes up the difi'erence in cost between Spark and less efficient heaters, because No. 3 Oil not only costs less but gives more heat per gallon. Spark wastes none of this heat. It is a” sent directly into the I. i v i n 3 Z 0 n e where you can actually use it. New Neutra-Ione Finish See the new "Qolor Sensitive” Spark Neutra-Tone finish that blends like magic with furnish- ings in your room. UT US DEMONSTRATR THIS SPARK OII. HEATER TO YOU Nash Brothers EMEMBER 'LAsr JANUARY AND FEBRUARY e prepared whenmold weather comes! ‘ R B Shelton Radio Service age and dispensing room, window which can be left. Behind the point camera was placed for taking this scene are wash basins and toilets. a Kamilche Woman Head , Matron at Deaf School. Mrs. Zoe Knopfler of Kamilche‘ yesterday began her duties as head matron at the State School for the Deaf at Vancouver, Wash, an appointment she received after serving five years as Superintend- ent of the clothing and sewing; project at the Grand M o u n 01' Girls Training School. Mrs. Knopfler makes her home during summer vacations with» lher daughter, Mrs. Peter Hansen, at Kamilche. l In the lower scene is shown an excellent view of the girls’ dressing . and shower room on the ground floor of‘the new Shelton gymnasium, which students of the senior and jun- ior high schools are initiating this week as physical education classes get under way. Note the "small unit stalls” in which four girls may dress together, four' lockcr’swbeing built into the corners of each “stall,” and the double showers for each “stall.” At the far end of the room is a stor— seen - at the Interiorscenes~ or New SheltonGymnasium’ mum legal , school lay =spacc of players behind the face, too, is where the two court. ADMITTED TO HOSPITAL Admission to Shelton Hospital was granted Dan Yarr of Shel— ton yesterday for medical atten- ; tion. A OFFICERS PRACTICE Officers of the Amaranth will practice next Tuesday at 7:30 o'clock at the Masonic Temple, it was announced today. PLYW'OOD EMPLOYE ILL Dave Sawyer, Olympic Plywood employe, was admitted to Shel- ton Hospital Tuesday for treat- ment. Journal \Vant-Ads—phone 100 n...’ ‘___ ..._’--—- 121 Cota Street FEATURING THE NEW 1942 sAron YOUR CAR m HOME/ Table Models -— Consoles ——— Phono-Radio Comb. I Car RadiOs-Record Players REPAIR WORK A SPECIALTY We have an experienced and capable repairman to do any type of radio repair work. We have just purchased new, modern equipment for his use, and have a large stock of tubes. SHELTON—MASON COUNTY JOURNAL The upper scene shows a view of the spacious playing surface of the new gym. This view was taken from the doorway leading into the wrestling room at the west end of the gym. The floor surface, of which ' .a part is shown here, is large enough for a. basketball floor of the maxi- tween the floor boundaries and the walls to eliminate all risk crashing into the walls. intramural basketball courts, running crosswqys of the regular ! Jamer is the father of Mrs. John- V vis1tors in Bremerton Monday eve- Thursday, Scptcglbe I. 1" Septh 0 TH: 1er IN HE ATTLIF‘. TUBA Y lanned Plant or sTA rrrs s-MoN and Mrs. Grotto Dunniuzzl Mrs. Alcx Millerhewl 1 ‘Nr _ ' of Shelton spout today in Soat— ‘ day for Seattle W by F ‘th and expected to stay over to join her sister to g°_ ,' i \ i - . We tonight's Seattle-hos Angelos Montana, for a three. V :hasnbof grapps i Avoul Penaltiesbuxom}graying:"777mm with thfli“m:§1:€f' . “9.03;? "" “A .r. a l . .. v. . “ids! lll Vi ,1 ’9 m ! The proclama..on of 1912 wheat Vi'ifj'malV“¢"‘”'Ad"""pllf’?‘:Humflr ‘ 9‘5”?le :» 1,_ areas nezlardfi ‘ lmarkcting quotas; on July 233 by ha iioiig 'Secrctary of A'Tir’ult‘u'o (Tlth ""' m SIC cult l f i : megs... , R. VVickard oinolcs farmer. in“ VHSSed in thf i plan fall seedlings that will pint-r: them within iii/l2 acreage allot—i ments and thus avoid marketing“ penalties, it was reported today by Bert Rau, chairman of the Mason county ACA. i The early proclamation of 1912 , marketing quotas was based on‘. an estimated July 1, 1047.. carry-1 . Grapes in bulletin als “ discussion ( i. of Drum aliquerica million of ill; V, erent kinds 5 lie obtair nsIon agei over of 640,000,000 bushels, and; e Agricu estimated 1942 harvest of 650-1 ce‘ State 000,000 bushels (normal yield on} punman. the 55,000,000-acre allotment ns—i tablished for next year). This: would provide a total supply of, 1,300.000,000 bushels, whereas; the ‘ marketing-quota level is 098.000.~1 A 000 bushels. l The referendum, Ran said, may ‘ l not be held until the condition of the 1942 crop is fully known. At least two-thirds of _t.he formers: voting in the referendum m u sti approve quotas before they are imposed. ! “All wheat producers would he" doing themsolvos and otth follow farmers a great favor by divort~ ing excess wheat acres to other, crops and bringing the supply 0‘ wheat into line with the demand." Rau declared. “Farmers can nev— or hope for a good price if we continue to glut the markets with . far more wheat than can be userl. ——_ Say It H FLOW ‘ Bring c , On’ 1' Happines Proclamation of quotes for tho i , 1942 crop at this time removes M ~~ anv doubt as to the advisabilit . s‘ -’ y liYAVANETIEKETS - of complying with acreage allot-, ments and other phases of the farm program. Through coop~ eration. marketing penalties can. be avoided, and farmers can do a whole lot toward substantiating market prices at ncar-parity levels.” ST. DAVID’S EPISCOPAL CHURCH Memorial Hall Sunday, September 7th 7:30 p. m., Evening Prayer and ‘ Sermon. w-VTI-IOMAS E. JESSE’I‘T. Vicar. WANDXW ' - I gramme seem AWERNBDHMEVENME nAYs Advance tick stores, filling stations, and local newspape bloodsport at Millo’s Market. W rite the WC‘3 . ington Fair at Puyallup or phone Puyallupi Grandstand reservations. 1 5..., l l l l l i l (Photos by Andrews) measurements for high and still gives ample suffering injuries from This sur- amplc enough to provide Belfair Fernery Keeps Many Men Busy These Day. By Mrs. Gladys Irving Belfair, Sept. 3.**—Mr. and Mrs. Marion Smart of Skokomish call- ed Sunday on the Johnson fam- ily at Belfair Garage. Owen Cotton and Leo Mickie- son attended the Ellensburg Rodeo last weekend. The Fe‘rnery, under the management of Mr. Melvin. ()xydol or or neither. ‘ . A trial of Oxydol and ' soaps are improved to?” many last lines. That 15_ the contest—to induce . ‘ flew figfiw gagged! . EVERY WEEK FROM AUG. T0 SEPT. 13 able is g0ing along nicely and a lot of $ $ 2 brush is being taken out, and has 1 & better soaps. ,, "i; a .lot of workers employed. ' I ' ' . In your washer, 0x35; Mr. and Mrs. Walter Morrison, Mrs. Irving and son Charles, wentl arto .Buckley Sunday to visit Alice: .Il'Vlng~ From there. going on to" lCumbferland and Bongo, where |we VlSlted friends there, coming home by way of Green River Gorge; Where we saw the most beautiful scenery in the gorge far below the bridge. George Jamer visited at the ‘N913 Johnson home Sunday. Mr. that gets clothes 513°- maximum speed. w ‘ in?" In tub, washer or dis 50‘ i times the suds of manyds' . cup, and is kinder to lid” . group of well-known tested repeatedly. Am“ proof,” too—will: 1'0 speed, was/ring perfarfll’fflh; .1 Today’s Camay—‘Wfl mildness—is an important woman who wants be. lovely. ‘ , For Camay is mild“ corded test—in tests 0W popular beauty soaps, C, than any of them. 501 Camay help youto 319. 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SOIL Earl Johnson came home OVer the weekend from Forks, Wash, where he has been oiling for the state. M11 and Mrs. Lowell Tyler and Chris Jepson of Bremerton were Monday visitors at the Morrison home. Mrs. Melya and Mrs. Nit—215011,. from Tacoma, called at the Irv-' mg home Tuesday of this week. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Jones were No Letter to Write! So easy to enter! All you'do is supply a last line for the iingle below, and send it with an Oxydol box-top and a Camay wrapper (or facsimiles) to Camay-Oxydol, Dept. 2, Box 25, Cincinnati, Ohio. You can get complete rules and handy entry blanks at your dealer‘s. If you wish, you can use a plain sheet of paper. Get in on This Record Contest. Think what it will mean to win such a big, valuable grand prize—made possible only because two great soaps join forces. 50 try for that lifetime income of $30.00 every week. It means seCurity, luxuries, independence—and you may be the winner. hing, where they enjoyed the show “Shepherd of the Hills.” School started at Belfair onl Tuesday. While the high school.! at Port Orchard, starts on Wed-l nesday. Mrs. Melvin visited the Irving home On Tuesday. thI'- find Mrs. Glen Harris visit<' $0“ fdaughter, Mrs. Ken A1- amily in Olympia, over‘ the Labor Day holiday. They al— so visited the Hoh River country. returning Sunday. “Guiding Ligh‘ 5 White” progrw‘..n'1 newspaper for ‘ AST LINE FORIRIS JINGLE! Write out your last line and send it together with l Cumay wrapper and l Oxydol box-top, any size, Our genial bread man from Shel l [tee ' - 1 Ln CumOY‘ to]:‘ was Qalllng On customers in’ can," lull” ghf/fizlmlgsepi' 2' B°x an around Belfair Wednesday. l 25 Cincinnati: 0”“ Prim thvze are getting well rained on .Che tdayS-‘ Nine days to date. $11139 lle rain started, and so it! just rains. 1 Mrs' Glen Harris and Mrs Al:i fred Emmert called on Mrs. Irv-f ing WGdnesday morning. i —"_~" I JOURNAL Want Ads are used by' segres 0f your friends and! g91ghbors with great successl omplete information a b o u’t mgfgsiyou have to sell always your name, address. FREE ntry Blanks and Rules at yo 06 20th CENTURY, .Hillcrest .M & S FOOD STORE SHELTON CA RALPH’S GROCERY L. M. co. STORE NEEDHAM F09 HILLCREST GROCERY CITY MARKET