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September 18, 1941     Shelton Mason County Journal
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September 18, 1941

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Page TWO NEW HOME ON ANGLESIDE Harvard Calkins recently pur— chased a tract at Bayview and property. 12th streets in Angleside Addi- ' COMPARE This value N‘szsr 19.41. Has all the famous ‘ Ahead" F‘EO'LI" vWavemagnei,An Guaranteed Fo'p . casts plus a. I .anilmrgan- {Lend 64 beaufiiul ioncliliea l .10 suit your own good mate. ,1 4” SPEAKER — A splendid Comer? Grand instrument for rir'wr vane Wuvomagnol, su- perholarodym in bukelite slream- llmdubinflnnly “Fine Furniture for The Home ClTY MARKET BUTTER PAViSER‘ 2rolls 35¢ Sunny Jim Maple Flavor CORN FLAKES Free Dish __ 2 pkgs. SUN fimi‘: ‘, GRAHAMS 2-lbs. 31¢ VEGETABLES BEETS or Carrots. . . ‘. . 4 bu. 10¢ Swt. Spud’s . 3-ls. 25¢ Dry Onions 10-lbs. 25¢ Celery head 10¢ -Apples . . . . . G-lbs. 25¢ CANNING PEACHES and PEARS tion, and is losing no time in the building of a new home on the 24.95 Olsen Furniture Co. ° , national defense work in the air- . i town. 1 Drive Continues The Washington State Employ- day, September ‘3 ‘ SHELTON-MASON COUNTY JOURNAIJ Thurs , , _. #_ ,dmfl . 1 _., r -. . 1. _ , , ‘7. f‘;"f"‘., r_ y, Sept I , Earms under. 10 acres in the i More than half the06 .. . V Early ReSIdent [United States increased 41 per— , the United States (5? (es, cosmah cent from 1930 to 1940 the Census , were full owners Of. lg .rations \" Consolidated with The Shelton Independent Dles at Raymondlsmws- __ ‘1“ 1940 accordmg m, " millions oi Published every Tuesday and Thursday afternoon I l o:»:»:~:»:«:~ ‘ ’ ‘ ' '»:«2"":”' j], anmlii Member of Washington Newspaper Publishers’ Association James Brazeli earlY'day Shel“, . factories’ and National Editorial Association. ton resident, passed away at Ray- v, \Bureau. i For Men To Work l ment Service is still seeking men between the ages of 18 and 40 who I are interested in free training for i craft or ship building industries. These men must be in good phys- I , ical condition, and be in possess- ‘ ion of their birth certificates, ac~ cording to Alice Helenius, man- ager of the Olympia Employment Office. There is another course open to men who are interested in ] brushing up on their arc welding training in order to secure em- ployment in the shipyards. Men who are interested in this train- ing should contact the Employ— ment Office immediately and get their names on the list. There is a representative of the Employ- ment Office in Shelton each Tues- day from 8:00 a. in. until 4:00 p. in. He can be contacted at the Court House; and will be glad to give further details regarding any . of this training. Mrs. Helenius states that they have the following jobs open at the present time, many of which must be filled right away. Most ,of these jobs pay the best of} wages. and the employment is un- der good working conditions. There is an order for 2 hospital order- ,’ lies. both of which are near Olym- pia. The applicant would be re— : quired to live at the place of em- ployment . . . There is a job for a care taker and gardener, prefer- , like a good home and is interested l in flowers and shrubbery . . . An elevator operator . . . A faller to : work in small timber . . . A buck- , er for veneer peelers . . . There is a shortage of domestic workers in 1 Olympia, Mrs. Heleniussziys and women whoare intereslied' in do- ! ing any kind or housework should :check with the“‘Employment Of- 'fice immediately. Many of these jobs are in Olympia’s best homes. l and pay good wages in addition tr having the best working condi- tions. Other openings at the Em- ,ployment Service at this time in— clude a telephone operator who is capable of assuming full responsi— bility of an agency in a small A furnished apartment goes with this job . . . A dry cleaner and clothes pressor for An internal .‘work in Alaska . . . ' 3 grinder operator for aircraft work. as well as other machinists and engineers in defense work. CORN & PEAS .......... _. 3 cans 29¢ HOTSAUCE .............. .. 6 cans 25¢ MINCED' CLAMS .' ..... .. 2 cans 19¢ SYRUP ........................ __ l/z-gal. 43¢ 2‘le- tin 18c MATCHES ctn. Nalley’s KETCHUP Steer Beef Sirloin Steak Fresh Ground Hamburger lb. 20c Steer Beef Short Ribs lb. 17c Eu re Pork Sausage Leg Lamb .... . .. lb. Lamb Stew ll). Lamb Steaks lb. Veal Stew lb. Pure Lard lb. HALIBUT KIPPERED SALMON SALMON CITYNARK [$45, 89c 19c Sunny Jim P’n’t. BUTTER 2bottles ...27¢ ‘21bs. 29¢ lb. 350 lb. 201: 27¢ 15¢ 15¢ l , . . . , lab“ 3“ elderly man who would disruption of all normal pursuits and pleasures ‘in the land that the present may be the last \ Entered as second—class matter at the postot‘l‘ice at Shelton, Washington I mond‘ Septelnber 137 after a Shmt lillness. He was engaged in the l SUbscrlptlon Rates: ilogging business most of his life. BY MAIL: in Mason County (outside of Shelton city mail carrier districts) ,.- . $2 per year; 6 months, $1.25; 3 months, 75¢. Foreign $3.50 per year. Postal! 11,1 ‘la‘lous parts Of Willapa And 5 regulations forbid residents of Shelton served by city mail carrier fromI Grays Harbor- l receiving their Journal by mail. , He was born in Birchton, Que- BY JOURNAL CARRIER: in Shelton, 25¢ per month (collected by carrier) bee Canada in 1872 coming to ‘v ‘9 y ; or $2.50 per year in advance. . . -Wasnington as a young man. Survivors include four children, , Mrs. Glen Dull, Salem, Oregonf, Lee Brazel and Ernest Brazel, ‘ Raymond, and Mrs. Dudley Kerr, .‘ [Bremerton A sister, Mrs. Pearl Willey, helton, and one sister and Itwo brothers in Quebec, Canada: Each day this week there has been assem-l Services were held in Raymond at the Anderson Funeral Parlors bled_some 30,000 happy people in one spot Wlthl and interment was at Winamette, nothing but an occaSional shower to fear fromlMemoriai Park at Albany. Ore. : the skies orito mar their pleasure; this .at the'BOOSter Program At Puyallup Fair where perhaps 150,000 different, «h . . . . . S elton Valley Soon people from over this district Will see the won—l SF 1t V1.1 S t S i ' - . .e. on a ey, ep. 1 xv hel-, ders of sod and farm, of womens handiwork for ; ton Valleyerange is making pm}, ornament, and the implements of modern pro-garations foraiarge attendance alt“ _‘ - _ its annual Booster Night program 5 gress as well as old fashioned raCing and amuse lto be hem Tuesday! September 30. ments. in the Shelton Valley Grange Hall. Nowhere else on earth can such an exhibi- inéitledllteresmd m the glange M tion be staged under peaceful skies and the peo-l ‘ple spend time and money without a shudder atl attrocities going on elsewhere in the killing,’ H 0 M E maiming and the destruction of what men have, ' built up through the generations of progress; the» L O A N S THE FAMOUS . , VAN qusw": , Say It el’ Bring C —-uq ,: “if-Vv 7]. EBER ANGLE Manager GRANT C. ANGLE Editor gsame famous com» ame exclusive Cd“. —-ovollob|e on no} , shirt in lhe world- ' :, Custom-slyled in ill:- -. whites and smart " 1t°n Hardwa and the disturbance of mind which have come up-. _ on other peoples of the earth. l a convemem Terms l But there is a cloud in the skies which brings o a sobering thought to Americans who View the easmable Rates spread of the conflagration and the disturbing: conditions which are slowly drawing this coun- NO DELAY try into the vortex of war in spite of the promise ' that “it can’t happen here;” the confusion that‘ seems to follow every move toward defending our own country and the lack of unity and confi-. :lenCe which is too strong for comfort. As for the actual fighting in war-torn coun- tries, at least as between Germany and Russia, the American people are not cold-blOoded in the hope that both dictatorships will perish in the end with their forms of government foreign toi our own; for the success of either means only, that Americans must prepare to defend them- selves, their liberties and their democratic form; of government from ruthless foes who rule byl force and intrigue. In America alone are safe the, old-time gatherings of the County Fair. I Mason County Savings & Loan Association Title Insurance Bldg. 20th lie"tun! GUARANTEES Fnt r at Lowest Prices! When strain“ you are assured of finest Spreckle‘s Honey at low, every-day cash p1”! These prices good Fri-Sat. BUYING AND SAVING Vinegar There has been a great wave of buying in l nights because this buying wave has reachedl . . . . , Dew \ . the refvall field- An Increase 18 normal_ for lb. cl. . 1.52 Keystone Purc Cider, 40-grain (Bring container). '- time of the year, but. no one should lie awake‘l bag Tuna Fish 2 heights not attained in prev10us years. Treasure. Serve a Noodlarpuna Loafi FLOUR Many people, it is true, have bought things S , ., ' > for themselves or their homes while they had a unShllgliandlf‘amfly 2 1,4 chance. After all, there was a depression which 1-49 0’" lasted a good many years. Most American homes 9-lb. '5':.s-._::::.... 39¢ Big value‘ Male With freSh eggs‘ Real economy! are still behind in what they ought to have. ‘ ‘ N093 (Tans Then, too, there is a certain feeling abroad MILK Lakota, All Green. The budget stretcher ! chance for a number of years to get some of the Pet or Borden's. ,. . ,. .. - '3 Tall ‘ Lb. des1red objects for the home. There are'already Cans VVVV V_ 26¢ 2 cm. shortages in many lines and these Wlll increase Sea Island extra hard as goods for consumers are SW1t‘ched to army andl . , g ' Finest quality ! navy requirements and for shipment to England and Russia. V _ . Taxes will be much heaVIer this year with Ripe Olives, lge. size “Fair Oaks" P‘s, Worcestershire Sauce. Sir William 5'0" Sliced Pineapple, Pono fcy. No. 2V2'5. ' Peaches, Rock Dell Clings 2 No. 2V2,5 5 Garden—Fresh Produce Prices good Fri. - Sat. millions of new taxpayers paying federal income . P ,_ , J . ears, Nooksack Salad.Cut No. ZVZS taxes as the result of the “broadening of the tax 9:333:25 T-O-F-{mgg-rdoz' 29¢ Apricots, Celfast, halves 25m. 2ng , . . .- - 0 String Beans, Bonnie Best .. 2 No. base. Government OffICIa'ls predlct W111 Beets ________________ u 3 for Sweet Peas, Bonnie Best ., 2 NO. 2" see even heavier levies made. Buyers know all this Tomato Soup, Phillips .... _. 3—303'5 f0r and are getting all they can before taxes take leanaShOSfluaSh 22:: _, their full toll. .; o. . nions s. i _ . . 3/" 'But for the most part, theyvare not [buying No. 1 Swt. S'puds 3-lbs. 23¢ CANNED SEA FOOD1,S,7g, ' recklessly but with careland forethought. They Tokay Grapes ...... lb. 5;: °;f;'a”,§'o,,;"-;-,,"- izo'cans . . 3. haVe been having a last httle fling at easy credit u. s. No. 1 oystersy’sw 30,645,,“ H°'2 5132' can. 19‘ A i and expect to sit tight all Wlhter, paying bills, Potatoes ________ __ 10-lbs. 23¢ Crab Meat, Lucky 3‘3“, lots of leg , 39¢}, .- buying tax notes and defense bOHdS, and getting Cabbage ________________ ,_ lb. 361' meat """""""""""""""""" " N“ V25 3 ready for whatever may coma—Tacoma News- Corn __________________ __ doz. 25¢ .. « . , Trlbune' ‘ i Meat Prices Good Fri. — Sat; , . Jud in b the news of the past about half , , . ., PICNICS lb. , 3 i A» of Eurog'e ig's iii the “Scorched earth” class with ' Egunes’ EXtra lge' cahf'z—lbs' ? F“ Economical Dinners" ---- r . . i . , ax Paper, Rock Dell 2 rolls oat ,r . v- , China, and Win or lose thelr peoples Will have al Tough. TransparentVIZS—ft. VEAL STEW 1b 7¢ generation of hard work aiheid to make up their Cgrn li‘llalies, Albers 11-02. pkg. 8c Tea... and Meat ____________________ g “r losses; and America will £1.59 ace a generation of “swims ,, 9. ,, . . ._ ‘ work to pay the bills even if it does not get scorchi Wnlifiiiifif’ grains £1.58 “OZ' pkgs' AC G lb' d23¢ :i . .d. ——————— .. i 3. _______.———-————-—~ W" “’1’ a “ l , SHORT 3133 lb. Cocoa .............. ._ Big 2—1b. boxlfic S m. e. p n I i This is the beginning of, the third year of War SMru‘”* me ,3 91b, 6,, t, 3,0 f 1‘ """"""""""" . ¢v 11, which is following the_course of War 1, except 1’ y' ' C ““““““ ~ °' 5- ‘t SLiCEii Bacon lb. at this stage President lghflson gsked Congress for, 1/2'1'9' (70’1" PKKS- r the declaration of war 6 OPE ,eginning to shoot,l I SAUSAGE while now President'_ROOSeVeli has ordered shoot-’ 13:; Pl'lre Pork, Country styiell)... " ‘ ‘ .V . .ing Without the adv1ce and Consent of Congress; Finesty Quality LAMB 83191313. > Spring Lamb .......................... .. land the lid is likely to be blown off any day. l ‘53 21.43¢ THRIFT-En ____ ._ 2-ibs. It may be well to remember that September 17th was the 154th anniVerSm‘y 0f the ado tion -. ., . l of the Constitution,*even if that noble docugn’ent The Amtocmt Of Economy COfMS Rmso "a?! ,- I is in tem orar eclipse. GOLD BAR .. 2-lb. tin 49¢ Washing Powder, Facial T195“ 25; , p ‘ y Vacuum Pack. Drip or Regular. ' v . og-kg' 440 count , I GLDN. WEST Z—lb. tin 59¢ Famous Blend. (1-lb. 31¢) MGia-nt '69 02’. pk. 02¢ . The state is planning 'tO. 1ZhI‘OW all its autos lipnto a pool from which eaCh department will draw as .it may need, to saVe Wear and tear on cars, iand gas; and this is a rat h01€ Worth looking into. lNow if the government W0111d.d0 the same it l’would helpioiit any gas shortage, "«