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September 11, 1941     Shelton Mason County Journal
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September 11, 1941

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Page Eight TO VISIT ALBERTA FARM . Mr. and Mrs. Chester Johnson J and daughter left Shelton l BAP’HS‘T (‘HI'RCH l The Young People of thc Shel— ton Baptist Church will conduct lion-i “10 11 "“f‘lm‘k Sl‘i“'l<"‘ ll'f‘Xt 911W day for a short trip to Albci‘ta.l day and LCSHC VVllkCl'SOU Will be Canada, where they have u farm} the guest speaker at the evening i being operated by a son. 1 service. The public is cordiallyl ————————- invited to these services. Come and hear these young people who i _v g 1 ed a special meeting of M :1 s 0 ll JOURNAL Want Ads are used by} Grapwicm Sgpt. 10, ..'}‘}m Gram. l County Red Cross Chapter for scores of your friends and; view public Libra“, this Friday night at eight o’clock in the courthouse for the purpose is now open are not ashamed to speak for neighbors with great success.‘E ,_ Christ. 1 Complete information about: to ‘he pumlc at the SChOOlhOuse- , of hearing Miss Adelaide K. Nel- J. O. BOVEE,‘ what you have to sell alwaysiTwo years ago the Gi‘apCVierson, field representative of the pastor. helps. yCommunity Club named a com-jRed Cross, speak on the Redv -- WWW..- . . m _ imittee to work on the idea of 1 Cross part in cooperating with :gctting a library for this dis— the Civilian Defense Council and “ to discuss the 1941 roll call. ihavc been several generous donu- This special meeting will also I tions of books for our permanent v be combined with the Chapter's ' I library and the State Lending Li- I regular monthly meeting for Sept— 6 I C l brai'y l5 fllFAllSh‘ing us with books ember, which would have come on l which may be replaced 6 V e I‘y next Monday, Chairman Lund an- I month or renewed. Present li- f nounced. l brary hours are l‘.[onday after— ‘ »- ‘ i'iooits from 2:20 to 3:30 an d any one has some to donate. ,T‘mirsday evenings from 7:00 to, Thn Bert Mitchell’s (she of the. 1trict and now we have it. There Teacher of Piano, Voice and Instrument 48:00. inimblc fingers who writes such C‘ ‘ . . . . . Bmkg may 1150 b; bot-rowed on interesting news item in The ltiie afternoon of the Community inlll'iml f0” GMPOVlCW ltllto 03633 etud' f 1r . .' I EClub lilCt"l.§l‘.§3‘. the first VVcdncs- ivlll‘nlil(‘3'8l_ 31'“ lllOVmE 30} 0 I d m or 4th Ya" In Shem” (innifpunlth Seattle this Vin-ck for the Winter idav of Books may be kept for two weeks and re» ; ncwed for two weeks. A 29. a day months. Mr. Mitchell teaches at CALL 2314‘! FOR APPOINTMENT tho Y.M.C A. They drOW‘ to New- 420 p. 0 St t fee if; charged for overdue books. h'Tl'gi Ol’flgon 111“ week to Wk" ° “'3 Mrs. n. E. Peterson, Mrs. Will MI‘-’~'~~ Mitchell“ mothmi Mm E- Spoener and Mrs. L. Wren a re F“ L3“?““"’- to hm” hom‘i Mrs- Available for lessons also in Belfair Eldon Brinnon the present 1mm” Commlttm' EV‘ Lengenl” has snnm the summur .VLKM (5 I .V H “H " (I '1 '> (if-mm“ g5 .\~,,r01(-.(,m,. 10 b0 1. I. 0 w With Mitcliclls at Crapcwew. .i l.;l., .upeimsoi in ooo..poxt “(.1001 and fir-WA if; SIM] mom 0., I./[I's_ Lomse Min-711011 Spoonm' ha". returned to Quinalt to re.- sumc teaching. S.i('l'.'('S for more books if “RETAILERS for DEFENS E" National Retail Demonstration SEPT. 15 to 20 BUY U. S. TREASURY DEFENSE". S'l‘Aivli’s! Fresh, sweet - cream butter. Its taste tells that it’s as fine as you can buy. Try a. pound . . . you'll like it! LOCAL EGGS Strictly Fresh 1 Swift‘s pure pork spiced luncheon meat. CALUMET Baking Soda pkg. 9¢ Arm & Hammer. Kitchen Towels 2 pkgs. 19¢ Chocolate . . . .. 2 pkgs. 29¢ Baker's Premium 1/2 lb. pkg. . Pork & Beans . . 2 cans 29¢. Elva wafer Reliance, pea Size beans. 28-02. cans. Diced Carrots . . 2 cans 19¢ Reliance, No. 2 cans. Shoe String Potatoes .. 2 cans 25¢ No. 3 cans. Vacuum packed, ready-to—serve. [Cake Flour pkg. 25 Swans Down i Catsup .. . . . . 2 bottles. 29¢ Reliance-*r-M—oz. bottles Large Size. Milk Chocolates; M. D. Prince Albert ‘ 46-02. cans " # WHITE lime GRAN ULATED SOAP jumbo .... "65¢ r large ...... .. 22¢ of socks ",MANTC'E' FPVENTQBEI in: ‘ ' "WHITE'fKIN'df‘ : 955* 1- If you want quality . . . if you want economy . . . if you want good eating, serve our tender, juicy, tasty roasts. They’re cut from choice meats that have been proper- ly aged and refrigerated to give them that full-flavored goodness that assures the success of every meal. PRICES EFFECTIVE FRI. SAT. Roast Beef . .Ib. 25¢: Tender and juicy. Cut from heavy prime steer beef. lamb Roast. lb. 250 Pork Roast . . lb. 270 39c Pork Chops . . . lb. ’ «xvi/[J fir/WI! .su. bunny} I_II:FOUR'?STOR”E§ Ask Ion IruIleI (onvu-Iiing Full Inn OI Books from our appetizing’ display 9¢ Carrots. . . bu. for Cut from loin of young corp-fed porkers. Tender as chicken. . Link Bacon Beets . . . . 4 bu. for Sausages .... .. lb. 30¢ Carsten’s Special. Sliced Bacon lb. pkg 29¢ Morrell’s Palace. Squares ...... .. lb. 21¢ Cello wrapped. Lettuce 2 for Green Peppers. . lb. 9¢ 5¢ Armour’s Star Bacon .. lb. 35¢ All center cuts. Picnic .‘ _ . . _ . _ . _ H lb, 25, Rib Lamb liggnlgur’s. Chops __________ ” lb. COTTAGE CHEESE . . . . lb. 15¢ Mason County Creamery l Friday Evening; Chairman Myron Lund has (3311- g Federal Milk 5 cans 39c “‘ Prom . . . . . ZtinsSSc Sugar . . . loo-lbs. 5.89 Snowflake Pure cane. 25—lbs. $1.57; 10-lbs. ...................................................................................... .. Baking Powder (lb. 17c Shrimp . . . . . 2 cans 33¢ Creole, wet or dry pack. Bars . .9 .. lélb. bars 19¢ Guittards. 1-lb. pure chocolate. Choc. Candy l-lb. cello 27¢ Toilet Tissue . . . 3 rolls 25¢ Tobacco"; . . . . Pumpkin Reliance, No. 21/2'3 Or. & Grpfrt. Juice Can 23¢ “RETAILERS for DEFENSE” National Retail Demonstration ' v . . . Buy U. S. DBfenSe Stamps. SHELTON—MASON corier gonnNAi. Grapeview Rain jLegion 0n Schedule, 2.02 Inches Last ; Month; Crops Hurt Grapevicw, ".10. am August i brought a rain total of 2.02 inches & to this community, Weather Ob- ; d , .ht t J. .M 0, 1 k server Walter Eckcrt's records “figmglfigql H2“ “g A C 0C show. i c In Shelton, just 20 mil-es west, l back on its regular schedule scheduled to gather He also reminded mensoers that clues are due and that the post Commander Mel Dobson rcmind~ ed American Legion members to— day that Fred B. \Vivcll post is of two meetings a month now, so is- next Tues— in Meets Again Tuesday , l l l the month's total was 3.17 in-: H l Ches' Even at that, the August , has a. quota of 135 members tol . . . . . l f;ll this term. precxpitation was sufficmnt to ‘ _MNW‘77‘_ seriously damage the prune and‘ tomato crops, Mr. Eckert reports. jghclton Ki‘vanians Maximum temperature of the month was a 93 degree, reading} taken on both the 18th and 19th,i with the lowest reading 51 de— grecs on the 6th. 4 Eleven days had sufficient rain Wednesday I l | Travel To Hoquiam The Shelton Kiwanis Club metl ,its inter-club obligation with Ho— quiam by a delegation going overs and providing the Thursday, September 1 '22:“:ii'thi‘.]~;iirp)iniar f; , I twins or to positions In ‘lillfilry. slums mid-139' ) D . moral and patriotic ( f " a of all viiipliiyolfi to . u... ,thnt thump HM.“ W'tl’lo . “i ll cry employer in the state ofv\‘.'ash— ington to see that every return- ing soldier has a job when he, gets home, Lieutenant Colonel: Walter J. DcLong. State Director of Selective Service. today also announced that t‘ri.n Scierctive Ser- vice System will give the same assistanco in finding jobs {or \Vashington men completing their i - terms of service in the Regularl I f! . Army, Navy or Marinc Corps as it does to its own selectors and - "p members of the National Guard. BINGQ, FIST”I j' thS be protected the any unnecessary . . . ._. H Dll‘CCtO‘.‘ ngLong pomth out ROULLTTE. S 1 1 that while the Selective Service GALLER t2" Legisttfp (:1 1tn:t “(Sciatle 1n- m.0gx.am' which was a thought“ is “1mm (3‘ ea“ ' I. 0‘ 3“ ful talk on covctuous instinct off lllCIlI. ten (lays were listed as clear, twelve as partly cloudy, and nine as cloudy. Light fogs were noted early in the mornings on the 5th. 15th, 16th and 17th with a thunderstorm on the 28th as another feature. the wars spreading over danger preserve its democratic way. Why argue with the other driv- er? He's always bigger than you are. when he stands up. and G. C. Angle. Journal VVant-Ady—phone 100 worry. VChowMein DINNERS Complete. ready to heat and serve with vegetables, noodles and sauce. Serves 4 Reliance COFFEE -lb. Can ...... .. 61¢ bags l-lb. can 79¢ E i ca“ 10¢ FREE New! SQUARE DESIGN UTILITY DISH wiih purchase of Snowdrift 2 , crisis. (my: Wesson Eflllllllllllll 19c qt. 53¢;pt. 27¢ It’s surprising what wonderful things can be done with fresh produce. Quickly, easily and economically :you'cau prepare a delicious vegetable dinner, or a succulent salad, ’or an appetite appeal to the most simple dish. Serve them often and in gOOd variety, making your daily selections of farm-fresh vegetables. fresh on our new vegetable display and in the large refrigerator. They are kept ' Tomatoes lb 5¢ Turnips . . . 4 bu. for 9¢ " Large Cukes ea. 5¢ Celery stalk 5¢ , the. human men from the record of all history and again proven in t h e ‘ world today: all leading to the confronting America to Ed ‘Wright was the speaker. support- ed by Walt Eckert, Andy Ander- son. Doane Brodie, Bruce Wilcox Borrow trouble and pay off in System, with the, cooperation of Many other Exclt ‘V __ the V'ar Department and th e Fine P“ V" “ And nigh,” : State Employment Office. v " For pmgr: inaugurated it 0 “fully studied BfikLSkgko l i Goodpasir ‘ldcnt ()f (‘1. and I'Wanized )rmz‘rum to obtain D 1 School , civilian jobs for rztuminp‘ icol~ “1.1.; A dlcrs, the complete cooperatiori .ol Sponsored Annv . h _‘_f all employers la a vnal ioqune- SKOKOMISH y a fine mcnt for its successful (ipc-r'zitimi. He ‘said: “It is not merely a question of GRA‘NGE. .. achors and di. . ‘ “10 annua Admisswn. ttfiachers inst . . . . . . u i . :obligation impo: (l by law that ‘ EveryOnc WchO . ‘ shay m the the Selective, Training and SLY'V- ’ ‘ ‘Recd high Elation of the ‘011 him as th “ on the progr.‘ 13r°Cl<nor. ch . thQTEOFganizati ,5 e r State Plar ., an . illuminnti , ganlzation b V and director: , :m alike, adn ' Why miseoncc , ouSly had ice, Act requires (Runner implov»i re§kner cited . Hills oommitto . all-stivc stuc mfchool distri WIQI‘ to pass er:Ich small pr financially enoper sanitai .. , tsv had no ' ,i Whatever, _ district rldiculous n n" fauns tha adafld for wl’ e m the rcr -a “lb 0.09mi"! ()utl alned that co To Visit Our CLEAN, MODERNIZED limp, FOOD DEPARTMENT ~ . $11001 district " I treprcsentat -‘_ mom within it . mYUittee of: ~feasib1e, wit 1 tendent as sc 9 . q ac 0mmittec It’s a fitting climax to over 46 of food service to Shelton and County . . . an installation of the mo5 ern food store equipment to be £01110 ‘ hooi distric where. This complete change of msbig‘gldgfe; makes shopping a pleasure and spe Praiiiiation service because it gives, lst—Clear= ’s aggfil Aisles; 2nd—A New Ease to L9 tion through Merchandise; 3rd—Every Item W1 4,33- 1 Easy Reach; 4th—Every Item P13, 2 is mgagllinttoi . itlon is not t! -> i .cts where U Li‘sfitvor such ndman, dire str'ttistics to Marked. There are Service Baskets and. riages provided for those who may ‘ fit of Educa to serve themselves. Those who}; misting ms clerks to serve them (as of old) W11 T th C MW “at: teaching them on hand. M law history ' no Showed hi i at tug?“ Subject, The check—out system, set up th.ltory testir 5b hols year fo end of the department for bothpca 0 witoperate n trends of t‘. credit sales will speed up service- M means No Waiting . . . just prompt e at all times. i . . s“ - While delivery and phone ordeg continue with the usual prompt 59.“ many housewives will take advan ricer the pleasure of bI'O'WSlng through th “hit 2. “an”; complete grocery stock in S o u t h JASSOCiation l ' . Good Washington. isachosen the iDOrothy l . re 0" high fac I'3’-trea,suri dWin of L .‘ Effie S i‘ ea, Cliff Cannc A aiiVisory bl “'1 Duyff of s e em, automz . Qulllt's vicevp w. Ulgley of ' ,,~ 'Pr‘csident much has b ough effox benefits 5 Iglel>artmcr i. reventive a. 138-th1'] and hnd Miss A f health nurs .i. .eW audiom