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Shelton Mason County Journal
Shelton, Washington
September 11, 1941     Shelton Mason County Journal
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s 5W. September 11 19x11 1% 01.. oul 1333113- ' ” r y lEx-Shelton Mall allt-Adx—i‘il'ulr‘ 160 ‘ .i ~- '3 , *' Desrgns Alaska. . RMANENTLY , . . “vapgm foilnSOll ton resident Johnson, now located in and engaged for several ycai ,plunning and installing lilc . ‘l'ountain fixtures over the . 3ducts , smEss FOLKS, inKLJSZ “This season has . 1 me very busy, the same as (“i ‘llere’syou, nail, lone elf-:0 connected in any V... 5'.” ,‘with the defense. program. Dul- ' ESS COMPANION! and drawn specil'iczitio s " . of the equipment for the k‘ i v: - feel when a former Shel- and brother of Earl Seatt‘e It ing the past year I her dosig‘n’ ' Battle Spectacular Fire . l l l l l . l l . i i i l i l l y l , SHELTON-MASON COUNTY JOURNAL If you don’t think it pays to 142m ANEUMIPEYALLUE FAIR . W... orENs NEXT MONDAY liloENlNGrW- Western Washington FairiPuy- allup~H01ding promise of being the most outstanding, varied and l colorful show of its size yet pre— sented, the ’Western ’Washington Fair at Puyallup is ready to open . , its Theater exhibits, Floral Show, new i Monday, September 15, lan consecutive showing. Exhibit and concessionairc space weeks advance, the sale of advanco tick-E cts which ends Saturday, Septem— ber 13, has been brisk, and reser- has been reserved for for in A. E. Bartel, secretary—manager points out that visitors should pay particular attention to the milk? lproeessing show in the .Dairyl Products building, the Future: 'F‘armer and 4-H exhibits, the? Health, Hobby Hall and Little! W'omcn’s Building, Boy Seoutl building, Livestock, the new post}, office in the former Women's! Building at th cmain entrance. 4 Openingr day will be Chiidl‘en’sf , that has nothi‘nr Day and the time when judging of l 'r ,Page Three Journal Want-Ads are snowing their value in every issue of the paper! Get Full Value . . . For Your Money It just doesn’t make $871.86? to pay one—half of your tuition dollar for a solicitor’s salary to do with your business training. It leaves only 50‘, ll of your fee with ’lyflllu‘wriling point is always "hill means nearer figures, "fiduble writing, clear carbons, ' 'hOrlliond. V m“ GRIP for tireless writing. IGuglh propelling eraser. tP’lee mechanism; outlasls ‘ w Uses double length, strong 3'"! leads. ‘ " ."91Welcome gill for anybody, Jusl right for your own use, *9 FINELINE yours today. SOAP arr 3 V Pineapple enex ‘ 1ish Bowl. ROME 2y2 TIN EFRUIT Friday - Saturday Corn Flakes . . 2 pkgs. 23¢ «k&Bean2ior25c b Liquid Wax . . . . . . . . qt. 69¢ tches. ctn. 170 Dell Salt . . . . . . . . 2.11). Vctn. 8¢ ORANGES 40 for 49¢ ‘g‘alicys, hospitals and lilo“... lo! facilities for the three major tNava Air Bases in All the Seims Drake com funeral. l l are the , , 3 thosel‘ac. lties on .1. r .; »_ ' - {with this Navy. r" been agreuxblc as well in, .' .- i Shh“. , . Those who have seen l this modern equipment in camp'm ilrnow how far ahead of UN} old wartime {LLLlllthS for serving l’lif’ll they are. Try a Journal Ultif’filfli‘ul All”- V‘ Journal \‘Vantaids—phone mo l 3 CHARLES R. LEng i. 1 l ATTORNEY AT LA‘W sulfa l L. M’. Bldg. Shelton, Washington Firemen light {lollies which destroyed live floors of an eight—story building in the heart of New Y'ol‘ll's lOWer West Side industrial 'C‘l. giant cans Be The daylight raid was one of the S Cologne ill Dalig—‘ht Flying as low as 10Q feet from the ground, Blenheim bombers of the R. A. F. swoop down on power stations at Cologne, Germany. frequent attacks the British have made since strengthening of their air fleet with American-made planes. Mrs. Alice Helenius of the ‘ State Employment Service ask- ed The Journal this afternoon by telephone from Olympia to warn residents of Mason Coun- ty against representatives of a California. firm purportedly on- rolling studeuts for courses in an aircraft training school on , the strength of its connection ;‘ with national defense work. She said large fees are be— ing: charged by these represent- , alives l'or a course which is ' ' i I. given free in the Northwest - - ,' ‘- and for which the. State Em- ployment Service is placing stu- dents at the present time. The \Vashington State Employ— merit Service is still searching for young men who would be inter- lcsted in working in one of the 'larg‘est aircraft manufacturing plants in the United States. These liobs may be obtained by going 'through a short training course which is g‘chn absolutely free. The 0111.31 requirements are that the applicant be. between the ages of 18 and 39. be a United States citizen, and be sound physically. There is another course given without charge which will fit men for work in the shipyards as elec- tric welders. The details regarding these openings may be obtained ‘ through the office at 522 Capitol W'ay in Olympia, or by contacting 440 count ment Office, who is in the court house at Shelton each Tuesday from 8:00 A. M. until 4:00 P. M. Mrs. Helenius, manager of the Olympia Employment Office states that there are definite jobs for all types of machinists, a chainman, a rodman, a transit man, exper' lenced draftsmen and graduate engineers. There are also job op- enith listed ill the technical lines of industry, even down to un< skilled laborers, if they are sound physicallynThe Employment Of- fice is anxious to contact anyone who is interested in the harvest ofnagricultural crops in a county :ldiacent to Thurs on County. There is a definite need for cran- berry pickers. This agricultural work, in certain phases, will con- tinue for almost a month and a . ialf from this date. 'The Employment office in Olym- , via-needs a housekeeper to work for $39 a month and board ,and room, in a Very nice home. prefer a young lady with a health acrtificatc. who is willing” to stay nights with this family. This home is (11 me completely equipped With elecrlcal appliances, which allev- iates a lot of the heavier house- work. . Mrs. Helellius wold like to make it known that anyone who is in- tSF’lS‘Led in securing); work of any kmrl should come to the EmplOY‘ merit Office in Olympia and reg— IStGI'. because there are a number of ODOYringS listed every head 50. 10-le. 2146 I 6 for 250 the representative of the Employ- i They AlllCRAFT WORKERS HUNTED “BY l ' STATE EMPLOYMENT SERVICE ' industry, and the call for work- ers is from the highest technical worker down to the man who works by the day. If it is not possible. to contact the office in person, you may phone 7779 in Olympia. Matlock Events Make News Briefs Matlock, September 10 ——Mr. and Mrs. Glenn of Brady, spent Sun- day afternoon with Albert Winkel- man. Mrs. Lee Valley and new daugh- ter-in—law Mrs. Ed Valley, were Shelton callers Saturday. Mrs. Bill Bushnell left Saturday morning for New York state to visit with relatives and friends. Mr. Robinson of the General El- ectric store in Shelton installed a G. E. range at Herbert Breh- meyers’ home Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Paddy Burk and Mrs. CaUSin of Shelton, stopped on their way home from Grays Harbor county to visit with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ferris, Sr., late Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Zeo Priszner and son Ed- ward were Shelton callers Friday and also Stayed to see the form- ers daughter and son—in-law, Mr. and MrS- CaIVin Rhines. James Carstair, Jr., called Mon- day afternoon at Albert Winkel- man’s. Word was received from Geor- gia Mellon who is in Tacoma hos- pital, that She was improving and hopes to be home before long. m ___. DOANE BRODIE Attorney-At-Law A"file Building Phone 337 M’ ~‘—~x 7——_._. ___~_M~__i ,, ,‘___ m Glad to see you. I am the Doorknob Caller and I am hanging here to tell you that —~ NEXT SUNDAY September 14 will be RALLY DAY at the AGATE SCHOOL { Morning Service at 11:00 Special Music MAY WE EXPECT YOU? I cannot be filled. These openings “our 111 almost every branch of More motion pictures are to be l l l i l l i l vations for grandstand seats have agriculture, 11 o 1" t i c u 1 true bees, . been mounting daily. Reservations honey, rabbits, flowers and decor-‘ for the afternoon and evening alch Pli-IHLS Will .95“ Under W3)" l ,_ , SillndStflnd Shows “"1331 be made Each afternoon and evening of ’6" ' ' ' by phoning Puyallup 605. I the big week there will be an out- standing grandstand show. A fr'w of the many features will be an A-l rodeo, Cy Tailloli, l'naster of ceremonies: Dir-k Griffith, trickI riding champion; ice skating revue . with stars from the Sonja Hollie? New exhibits and features are in store for visitors. The new wo- men‘s building adjacent to the Floral Building promises to attract wide attention. Officials ll ave worked overtime to make the Flor- ;11 Depaz'tlnent even more attrac- troupe, trained elephants, equestri- tivc and varied this year. Entries 3“ 539313 day and Night hOTSE" in the Livestock Department are 111003, Great GWI’HHO arid his CUm~ arriving- fmm a wider area than puny of magicians, acrobats, (ilMll‘i in previous years. il'oigic on the grounds this year ,than ever. They will be found in ‘, Farm Machinery Row, the Health Exhibit on the Mezzanine of the ‘ main grandstand, Olympic Pic ex— ' hibit, Milk Inspector Back From Florida Trip; John Olsen. Mason County milkl inspector. returned to his duties this Week after arriving back‘ home from a three—week motorl trip which earl-led him to Miamifl Florida, and intervening points. Little Theater in Hobby; Hall, thc University of Washing— ? ton Exhibit ill the State Resources buildingr and the P.S.P.L. exhibit in the Electrical building. EDWARD’S EMFEE Regular or Drip 413.33.. $5? I f m I ,lelosts G. E. “Mazda” finest 1,000 hour globes . . 40, 50 or 60 watt. 13¢ i: SUGAR Pure, fine granulated (arm or beet_ sugar. lost for canning. SS9 0 Features Friday thru Thursday—Sept. 12—18- Grapefruit tin 10c i Glenn Aire l'cy. whole or Highway broken sec. 20—02. Grapefruit till 12:: Libby's i'r-y. wllolo segments, tree ripened fruit. 20-oz. Fancy Peas tin 11c Sugar Belle i‘cy. blended sizes garden swt. peas. 20-02. Fancy Peas fits 25c Libby's fcy., tender garden peas. Regular 20-02. tins Baby Foods 5:... 19¢ Heinz asst. kinds, strained baby foods. l11,/2»oz. tins. Edwards 2-lb. tin 49c Finest matched blend cofl'eewreg. 01‘ drip grinds in tins. Cigarettes Zillrg. 310 Raleigh plain or cork tips and other popular brands, .—.——-—- "—"'" OW 5 for Hollow Pure So pure it floats. Large lid-1‘5 96- s‘eepyand M ap . cane h fln' SUPER-SUBS pkg. 22¢ SW?" “finale 3 Conclrd. household soalu. 22-02. |$l"'“kg ogogolden hot- . ,. stac -n tins White lung 10 liars 31¢ cakes' sea ed I Reg. size wrapped bars ldy. Woodbury’s 4 bars 22¢ 50(11)‘ Pop. sent. toilet soap. In ctns. FELS NAPTHA 2 for Bar Soap .................................. .. 9 ' e prepare Effigfirwaffl BAG Pot Roast . . lb. 25c- Grain Fed Steer Beef Bee! Steaks lb. 35c Rib and Sirloin Veal Boast lb. 27:: Milk Fatted . . Boiling Beef .. 12¢ Ground Beef. . 23¢ Sliced Bacon . . 31¢ OYSTERS Fresh Sclid Pack Pure Pork Leg of Lamb. . 27¢ Polish Rings .. 21¢ RICHED bread the vitamins. 1-lb. Loaf .. Squash Grapes 2-lbs. Enriched BREAD Julia Lee Wright's new EN- ¢ all; 13¢ was which to pay for teachers, equipment, and Obviously, the; .s-olicitor-fcrl school must rc- sort to half-price.teaching, half-price equip- iilcht, half-price quarters, and half-price jobs for stmlents . . . g Why not get FULL value for your money by attending the one school that does NOT have , , "f ,..). , V 1:? ,,. r) ,, cdians, night fireworks. i pay “flu/“0’ S salmy'. .F0, “0 years , Diet: has- not resorted to solicitors. Diets Business and Secretarial School (Across from Capitol Grounds, Olympia) “FARM FRESH” PRODUCE SEEDLESS Grapes 1b. 50: Potatoes 5-le_. Sweet ....................... .. . lb. Marblehead ...................... .. Local Lemons Sunkist Cabbage lb. Solid ...................................... .. 4mm YO’UJ‘SI'IGNED ur kl ron THE n "KITCHEN course in NUTRITION”? ’- Workablc, personalized lessons pre- pared by rhe Homemakers‘ Burcau to help you feed your family properly, build a healthier America. Get your enrollment-coupon at your neighbor- hood Safcway Store. ALWAYS A SAVING AT SAFEWAY Welch's Pure Grape Juice—slenderize..-- qt. Libby’s Tomato Juice ______________ ._ lge. 47-02. tin Bruce’s Juices, Orange, Grapefruit... 46-02. Del Monte Early Garden Peas .... .. 16-oz. tall Mt. Vernon Fcy. Sweet Peas ........ _. 20-02. tin Hershey’s or Baker’s Cocoa ............ .. 1-1b. tin Our Mother’s Cocoa—breakfast quality 2-1b. Airway Coffee, ground fresh-.. lb. 16c; 3-lbs. Nob Hill Coffee—-—de luxe blend 1b. 22c; 2-lbs. 43c 17c 25c 13c 11c 15c 160 45c 43c No Rind Bulk Spaghetti or Macaroni, kraft bags 3-lbs 17c p 5¢ Picnics . o . Asst. Sweet Cookies, cellophane ...... .. 2 pkgs. 250 pt. Regular Carnatlon Wheat Flakes, qulck or reg..... lge. 21c .No bottle deposit 3 Alber’s Fresh Corn Flakes .......... .. 11-oz. pkg. 8c gygus;ée' ' ' ' 2 ¢ Grape-Nuts, crunchy breakfast. 12-0z. pkg. 14c ' Grape—Nuts, flavorful cereal, 12-oz ..... .. 2 for 25¢ “gggjgsers ’ ' ' ' ' Whiffs 0’ Wheat, in cellophane... 8-oz. pkg. 7c 3'. Whiffs 0’ Rice, in cellophane ...... .. 8-oz. pkg. 80 F h , 553,1, Sausage . . . . .. 25¢ k \ contains all 25¢ z¢ ., Grn Beans 3-lbs 2¢ ii