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Growing Topic 10" Recent Bulletin 1 km of grapes in \Vash- ,imbeen 0f steadily in- ' th 9°Ftance in r e (T e n t m‘vmeyal‘ds located in as throughout the g.mbasic cultural prac- u e growing are thor- -uss‘5d in the new bulle— W Grapes in Vi'ashing- bulletin also contains 'oglscussion of the var- '. in: Of pruning b o t h American varieties eTent kinds of grapes. ion agents or by 8 Agricultural Ex~ Ce. State College of Pullman. 2 Say It H FLOWERS BI"mg Comfort 1" Happiness L DESIGNS AND = AL BOUQUETS .a'WWhere, anytime Floral Shop Hardware Bldg. 270-W Pay Less! SHIRTS 1449 K» . S ', gifves make them ideal , 11 fl ‘3 year 'round! in .; and alill'lcswpoplins. gab- ‘ Chevron cloth. The Shirts are vat- P N Nay-f 9’ 3’, September 4,, 1941.. riDillon of the, main fea- t be obtained from , ‘ ,_ ,Klasell, Sid Hatchet“. t National Defense «Harold Lake— I .I '- l burg, Homer Taylor, Milt Clothicr, LE 0f ’lliFriday an SaturdayOnly A i New Commando ! (Continued from Page One) Martin. Dr. B. N. Collier and Dr. iH. E. Kennedy. I Boy Scouts 30b Finns, tV’etlley, Earl Sheldon, lSoule. Andy I-i'opland. Education and Amr-rieanism --— tCharles R. Lewis, Dr. G. W. Lan- dors, J. E. Martin, Andy I’lopland. l l l l i W. n. Sherman ‘phy, Al Huerby, James VValdrip. Employment~l)on Clark, Al Dr. B. N. Collier. , lPaul Hughey. Vin Connolly. 'Scattlc Man Fined $25 l On Drunkenness Count Don Daniels, Seattle. arrested' tby State Patrolman Cliff Aden lsunday, was fined $825 and costs Tuesday by Justice W. A. Ma-l ,g‘oon on a charge of being drunk ‘and disorderly and parking his car on a public highway. PS Young Men's Broadcloth PAJAMAS 1.65 1.49 Men's Towneral’t Dress SHIRTS Men's New Full Neck TIES. Men's Plaid Lined (‘oaclier COATS New Fall Dress SLACKS MEN’S SOCKS 15¢ 0 Fall Colors 0 Trim Patterns Stock up NOW for fall and winter! Lent: wearing cottons and acetate rayolts in bright stripes. ChCCks- blazer stripes and fancy patterns! Smart. plain colors, too! ATHLE' TIC SF)CKSHWa.rni. absorbent and longr wearing 25¢. 498 7.90 You'll Be Clad Right for Campus In a CHERRY LANE SWEATER 1.98 Button—fronts, plain and Pretty slipovers. crew necks. boat necks. and a host of other style leaders make this the grandest sweatf‘l‘ assortment you've ever seen! A“ of warm wool — knit in ever so many new stitches! Match up your skirts—you can afford a wh 01“ array of colors at this small pl‘icC I Others at .............. ..93¢ \ 1 352 ANY Men's Baseball Typo JACKETS Men's Casual COATS \Valker Park John Sullivan, Fred Hickson, Dick Saeger. Publi(-ity——~Ed Faubc‘rt, J. E. l Angle. l Flovi'crsA»-—»Bill Witsiers, Milt Clothicr. ‘ *3 Foreign Relationsm-Phil Mur- i Legislative~~--Reg Sykes, Char-i 105 R. Lewis, H. M. Wivell, Ed Faubert. Law and Ordcn Cone Martin,l all] for BACK'IU'SCHWI. BUY NOW AND SAVE!! momma ‘ REEDLES HERE are few Americans into whose lives Ivory soap does not enter in one way or another, since ivory has become the standard for a pure, safe, dependable, yet inexpen- sive soap. The new, streamlined ver- sion of America’s best loved house- hold product makes it more indis- pensable than ever for its ordinary 3 domestic uses, because of its in- ‘ creased value, mildness, whiteness ' and ease of sudsing. But how many of us know the great variety of uses to which it has been and can still be put? In the old days Ivory shavings Were suggested instead of wax for the ballroom floor, as “young ladies’ skirts would not be harmed by touching Ivory;” it was used for cleaning hand-painted Chamois table covers, plaster of Paris sta- tues and other bric-a-brac found in all households of the Gay Nineties. Nowadays, fortunately no longer are there hand-painted chamois table covers to clean. Ivory soap is now used in our bath and in the kitchen; it is perfect for baby’s delicate skin; it is widely used in hospitals; as a dentifrice; for shav— ing tough beards as well as for washing the finest fabrics. But have you heard of these un- usual ways in which Ivory soap is used? It; is used in the care of plants to wash the leaves, particu- larly in a smoke—laden city, as an insecticide for the roots, or as a UNUSUAL USES OF SOAP SHELTON— .7. H to clean wicker or leather furniture; to remove dirt from copper or sil- spreader in any plant spray; ver; to clean carpets and tapes- tries; to freshen oil paintings; to draw embroidery designs on dark material; in making buttonholes in thin material to keep the edges from fraying; to prevent Clothespins from freez- ing; to keep doors from sticking; and to clean phonograph records. Industry provides a. surprising number of uses for soap, and Ivory plays its usual prominent role here. l i It finds its way into the making of A twine, some kinds of paper, lino- leum, metal polishes, and playing cards, and, in the cleaning and pickling of pieces of machinery, in- i to the making of typewriters and adding machines. It is also the base for many silver polishes. ! _‘ It is indeed a versatile and useful product that is now appearing in a new version and a new wrapper. Dam'p Labor Day Reduces Crowds At Canal Spots Union, Sept. 3.wWho said our climate has changed? This is the good old-fashioned Labor Day weather. It used to be the “big- gest” holiday of the year—~ . §brought out more people than any other, always over-taxing the ac- commodations with the result many slept out in the wet al- Girl's Yellow slicker JACKETS 2.49 Girl's Sturdy School OXFORDS Girl's Fancy ANKLETS Sim 840%. 229 25¢ 198 549 59¢ 49¢ 10¢ Girl's Taffeta DRESSES ' Size 6-14. Back To School SKIRTS Sizes 24-32. “Laura Lee} BLOUSES Sizes 32-40. Bright Colored Campus HOSE Sizes 9-1015, Girl's Colorful Cotton HANDKIES l ———————I though hay barns and private! homes were filledoto capacity; That was roughing it and con- sidered fun. This year,'even with‘ good accommodations, many left before Monday and many’ others left that day early. Alderbrook Inn, as its custom,t closed Labor Day evening, but} are still very busy cleaning up and getting things put away for\ lthe winter. Alderbrook Center ! t l i l r plans'to stay open for the winter"! as does Rau's, another new re- sort. Robin Hood which usually closes for the winter, plans this year to stay open. The fish boat Defender. into port last Thursday. Captain Pfundt reports this was the best: season in many years. others on the boat from here were Ross McHenry and Lud Andersen. The others on the boat were from Shelton and Seattle. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Grimsley and l son Richard were at Madrona Lodge for a few days the last of the season. Another old resident lwho was in town last week was Mrs. Jim Trail, the former Nellie Shaddick who, it will be remem- bered. worked at the Cleve Hauptly store and in the post- 'office. Mr. and Mrs. Trail are now living at Manchester. The Hood Canal Improvement [club held its first meeting since i June, last Monday evening in e sch001house. Reports of com tees and tentative plans for ‘8 winter meetings was the evening‘s business. In the afternoon several from here attended the board meeting at Hoodsport of the H. C. Wo- man’s Club. School opened Tuesday in spite of the fact that the continuous rain has not. helped the, new grounds which are fine for mud pics. The county is trying to get some gravel on the new road but hard weather to work. The new teacher 15 Ray Gabbard, who plans to live at Camp 3 at present and drive to and fro. The session was short the first day and not known at present writing, what the enrollment will be. .Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Al Mar- tin Monday. were old friends from Bothell. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hallett, Miss Margaret Olmstead and Don- ald Ohle. The Elinor Chapter of the East- ern Star. IS opening the winter season With a card party at the Masonic Hall next Tuesday eve- !ning. September 9th. The pub- nc is inVited and there will be 1 games to suit everyoneacontract, auction and pinoehle. Mr. and Mrs. Orin Addleman returned Saturday from a vaca- l l ties office. Mrs. Clara Main has received lthc announcement of the mar- riage of her daughter, Clara Seth, to John NiChOlS, who were mar- ried in California and motored tion of ten days, spent in Van- couver, B. C., Snohomish, Wenat- from there to Chicago where they Win make their home. i l chee and Hoquiam, returning with them from Hoquiam for the week end, were Mr. and Mrs. Jim Ad— dleman and Mary Sue. Mis 5 Jean Main is now on her vacation from duties at the Public Utili- l:l I I. ENLIST NEW In '0. NITED T TES ARMY i1 MASON COUNTY JOURNAL, Full Fashioned ‘dcsigns have been made available ‘to the hosiery industry as a re- isult of the investigation of the i will ‘the State College of Washington. to thread needles; * hove I C ' i 1 Cotton Hose ls Promised Soon‘ More. than 150 different cotton Bureau of Home Economics of the U. S. Department of Agricul— ture. Several of these designs are inl production and more will be soon, now that cotton is expected to be increasingly important as a source of yarn for women's hos- iery as a result of the silk short- age. The new designs are produced, on a modern full-fashioned knit-t ting machine at the U.S.A.A. rc- scarch center, and undergo se- vere laboratory and “field” tests for wearability, washability an u‘ appearance. Washington women find in these new designs more than satisfactory substitutesi for the silk hose formerly used, feels Miss M. Elmina White, as- qistant director of extension at Reports from the research coil—l ter indicate that the new _(ie- signs will eliminate much of the long-standing prejudice against; cotton stockings, and predictionsl have been made that their dura- bility and lack of a tendency to . “sung” and “run” will make them popular with American women? Cotton stockin s are used ex- tensively by women in Englandl for afternoon, sports and street wear. According to 1940 surveys, 89 PRICES GOOD FRl.-SAT.-MON. HILLTOP ~~ SOUTH HIGHWAY Plenty of Parking‘Spacc Phone l in“.- .\I:’.’ i v T‘|'\\\ OYSTERS Rock Dell—Pacific 29¢ 2 PEAS Lakota, Extra Std. No. 303’s. 3m...25¢ .... PEARS Nooksack Bartlett. No. 211. tins ..... ... PINEAPPLE Pone, Fancy whole slices. No. ...... H 21/2’5 SHORT’NING Cream White pure vege- _— 55¢ 3-113. MILDEX can . . . Bleach Qt. Bottle .... .. 10¢ Gallon . ......... ._ 19¢ Old Dutch CLEANSER f? ., 5-02. for .ple's organization, or II Muhly Rte—Elected By Young Lutherans Rev. R. C. Muhly, pastor of the Mt. Olive Lutheran church of Shelton, was re-elected president of the Washington District Walth- er League, Lutheran young peo- at its annual convention which closed Labor Day in Seattle. other officers are John Dexter, Spokane, vice-president; Reincrsen, Olympia, treasurer; . and Miss June Hilbcr, Seattle, re-‘ cording secretary. Miss Amalia Ordal of Shelton will serve as a member of the district executive board of Zone leader ington leagues. The Washington District of the 3 - is made up of ‘ Walther League 1 Baptis Robert School Powers, Supt. crs for all ages. Morning Worship at 11. B.Y.P.U. and Young People at 6:15. i Evening Preaching Service 7 :30. , 7:30. ‘ A cordial welcome to all of our‘, Thursday Prayer, Praise Serv- ice followed by Choir Rehearsal at l , ' ‘ services. of the Southwest Wash-t 50 units in Washington. North Ida- ‘ ho and British Columbia. Mount Olive Lutheran Church of Shel- ton has two Walther Leagues con- nected with this youth organiza- , tion. per cent of the. 16,200 full—fash- ioned knitting machines in the United States are suitable for knitting cotton as well as silk, but only 47 per cent can handle nylon yarns. Last year, Ameri- can womcn purchased more than 43 million dozen pairs of full— fashioncd stockings. If these were made from cotton, it is es- timated that nearly 300,000 balms of long-staple. cotton would be required. JOURNAL Want Ads are used by scores of your friends and neighbors with great success. ’."' ‘1, i. . .- Gather them in, folks! We’ve J herded them all together to ORANGE make this a bang—up, value- giving food event that will pack your shelves full of good things for every meal! Gold Bar COFFEE 1-lb. tin 2-lb. tin 25¢ 49¢ O Convenient Terms O Reasonable Rates O NO DELAY Mason County Savings 1 & Loan Association l i HOME LOANS t Church Back On Its Fall Schedule -—-m— — . Sunday services as follows: Bible Junior, Page Five } One thing that may hamper 'tlic llussmns in getting iilCll‘ harvested crops out of the group of the Nazis is the mail ' _ V , transport. The Soviet’s ra 5“ 93""~ LOW‘HI‘ system in that part of the em- Ct’mllcmnt 10mm" (pro is probably already OJCl- taxed in carrying men and sup— ! plies to the front. i Intermediate ii *i ii at a .3. BOVEE. . Pastor. ‘ u. 1 ~ \r‘. lGoinsz to and {rem 3c \. t or cow‘gc, ‘a’chlcif '“ (ing .‘k u 6.1-1" (4 cl many c ;. 1. activities liter-ca e the ; . l lihoocl of accidents. A l Student’s Accident: Pol,- t 1 . l icy issued by the [£53m fLife Insurance Company iof Hag-floral, Comm, is just what the student l l 14 or over n eds. Title Insurance Bldg. . , SHOESTRING PMMGEStgauido Open Housen—No. 21/2'5- FRUIT GONNA“. 13-02. the Assorted rich, ripe fruits. SPNAGH for 250 Val Vita No. 1 tins. TOMATO JUICE . . Mar 250 Fancy qualityfl—No. 1 tins. J'lllcE' . . . . tin 80 Citra Gold, 12-02. tins. SODA CRMKERSZ-Ibs. 16c MILK . . . Star 410 Rock Dell. SUGAR 25-Ibs; 1.50 Honey Dew—1004b. sack $5.89 FRESH MEATS MEAT PRICES GOOD FRI. & SAT, Boiling Beef Rib Cuts for Stew ........................... ., Beef Cubes Boneless Lean ................ ._ Ground Beef Pure .......................................... ._ Leg of Lamb Spring Lanifib 1 Beef Pot Roast Economical .............................. .. Beast Veal For Stew Lunch Meat Assorted Cameo Cleanser Refills 6-02. pkgs. Bisquick ............................ .. 40-0z. Biscuits in 90 seconds. Wheaties .......................... .. 2pkgs. Breakfast of Champions. Flit Fly Spray .................. .. pints Gelatin Dessert .............. .. 3 pkgs. Bonnie Best. Vanilla Extract .................. .. 4-02. Bonnie Best Imitation. Sunsweet Prunes ...... .. 2-lb. ctn. Medium size. Cat Food‘ ............................ .. 6 for lb. 1h lb. 3 for Kellogg’sCorn Flakes .... .. 3 for 23¢ 28¢ 25¢ 21¢ 23¢ 11¢ 15¢ 16¢ 25¢ Staywell. 8-oz. cans. Victory Dog Food .......... ._ for 53¢ No. 1 tins. Calo Dog Food .................. .. 3 for 23¢ No. 1 tins. HERBERT G. ANGLE A .,.71. lhfifiiihnalr- gliahf Tall cans. Peas ..., 2 for 23¢ Green Lake, Fancy “asieve. No. 2's. Lima. Beans ..... .. 2 for 23¢ Green and White. Clear Lake. No. 2 cans. 2 for 19¢ Sliced Beets ,, Or’nge Drink Mix 2 for-25¢ Lakota, No. 2 tins. Exchange. Makes a quart! Wax Paper ...... .. 2 for 25¢ Airtite. 125-ft. rolls. ‘ Gold. Hominy ............ .. 10¢ Rock Dell. No. 21/2 tins. Shredded Ralstons 13¢ Bite size!. 12-02. pkg. Chicken Spread 2 for 19¢ Sandwich, 3%, oz. Strawberry J am ...... .. 19¢ Bonnie Best. Big 2-1b. jar. Soup .................. __ 3 for 25¢ Dennison's Noodlc,~ Beef Broth and Barley. Sandwich Spread 2 for 23¢ Loyal, 6—oz. Candy Bars .... _. 3 for 10¢ Hamilton, 5 kinds. PRODUCE PRICES for FRI. - SAT. ORANGES ........ .. doz. Sunkist Large. GRAPES ........ .. 3-lbs. Scedless. BANANAS .... .. 3-lbs. 25¢ Golden Ripe. ' ONIONS .......... ._ 3-lbs. 10¢ U. S. No. 1. TOMATOES 2-lbs. 15¢ Fancy—Gig Harbor. POTATOES 10—lbs. 23¢ U. S. No. 1. LETTUCE ..... .. 3 for 10¢ Large. Solid Heads. GREEN PEPPERS. lb. 5¢ For Stuffing. SQUASH .; ................ __ 1b, 3¢ Marblehead. Ina: ‘ f4 UIIJNJJJHOZ