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September 25, 1941

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Eage.F0ur:_.----- ,____ J urnal Credited Bond l ' - Debt to Wrong Schooll Vltal Chemlcals l Found In Sawdust Better late than never. Thel Journal wishes to correct a state—l nient made in the story carriedg in its issue of August 28 regard-g mg the annual county school rc-i port in which it was stated thati Hoodsport was one of two county districts having bonded indebted- ness at the close of the 1940-41 Atlantic City, N. J.——Possibility that sawdusteusually considered a waste and a nuisance—may be- come an important factor in the nation's defense program. was re- vealed at the American chemical society meeting here last week. Discovery that oxalic acid, used .W Chryslers for S o yr,“ “Thunderbolt” influence ‘ “SHELTON—MASON COUNTYWJQURNAL New School At Belfair Talked Over By Board By Mrs. Irving Belfair. Sept. school board met at the house Tuesday evening. school A good crowd in attendance, listened to! B t ii. 0 i 17‘" Mr. Johnson, principal of Clipping Tells 0f Wildlife Trouble i l l Mrs. Bessie Hope, who was, visiting with her daughter, Mrs.l \Ni‘iliam Burford summer, sends a clipping to Mrs.’ uri‘ord from 21 .——-The Belfairl oer telling of an amusing wildr "Thursday, September 25, '1'. "‘ Se itc There is no place 0‘1 }Pass to obtain baby 01? Ranger Edmiston sent call to the park warehO employees did not know. .1 do with the order. p for Edmiston was T from Kalispell. if Sale Ll “Next '. In Glacier Park 7__,.,-_- _ ..--..___._..7_ Say It WITH FLOWE in Shelton last a Kalispcli, Mont," m'm' W_____ in the manufacture of celluloid, school, talk on the business of aillfO experience m that I‘€§510111 . They Bring Ooml- i, will gi rayon, leather, textiles and other new school in Belfair, for the‘ (Hacier National Park. WV Park and HaPPmes’, chairme FUNERAL DESIGNSE HOSPITAL BOUQU,» HOSPITAL PATIENT vital products, can be made in- benefit of the rapidly growingI Ranger Ariel Edmiston, stationedi 9’1 meanSi Tom Webb of Union was ady expensively from sawdust was re— community. There being about! atop Logan Pass on the contin-Y . aign. mitted to Shelton hospital Sat-l ported by' Dr. Donald F. Othmer, i, 250 children now in the och ental divide at an elevation of 6,- DellVe-“d anyWherei “ i many for medical treatment. 1 head of the‘ chemical engineering i building. The band members: 654 feet, in Glacier National Park, . s .department of the Polytechnic ‘were present, and Mr. Charles: is still having his troubles with :2: _" ‘ Institute of Brooklyn. Savage, representative from Mai-E the wildlife in that region of which :“ Shelton Hardware Phone 232 I One hundred Pounds 0f dry Saw" son County, gave a talk. 5 he is the guardian during th e i ‘ EdllSlly Wthh l5 Either burned as! ‘9‘ Tcs 10‘ v ' ' ' l Nels Barber will soon bt‘p'inl Summer monthg' ‘ l l fu61 01" wasted at the rate 01’ 8r 19 Ch‘ys - w last} 7 t 6° “It’s a Thunderbolt”, says Chrysler of its 1942 car. the buildin<r of a big new games 1 First porcupines chewed up the i a. l W '] . . l . of 5 .dB vane i xmnof . . . . . L” . ’3 I . . l i i 000009 tons a year m thls Conn” mien“ o ‘52 l mg 05‘, This view shows a striking resemblance to the 30x40. Mr. Barber has iust com—l upholstery on his automobile and <- --—- ~-— A'-—#‘ .1 at : try, Will produce nearly $8 worth “(actutel‘orm ‘5 at“ “3 c “Thunderbolt” that toured the country in caravans . pleted f0l.lI'~~»thl'Ci’~l‘00m houses oni then the whistling marmots kept . ~ Starts at 8 S y of Irrrcilpogané chemicals, Dr. Oth- I camel co eat this 1317312}! won the admiration of some six and l his place scum of Benn”: also_ Edmistfm and his family awake at: V I} HIKP me Be . .e . . one 3 ml ‘0“ Persons- .i has built added room on tlieiri night, but now he has other trou— .. ‘ l“ ; I Irtlaclldltlon l0 10:31“) QCId, .5313"; {little store for a restaurant. bles. . a r t 1 .‘(us a so yie s appreCIa l . .» a , l Mrs. Edmiston looked out the i . . . 3 Mrs. Helen Wheat of Seattlei . . , i ‘ sat-7 lamounts 0f acetic and formlc and Mrs. Irving are calling onIwmdow “5 the” house umh‘ri‘ Sponsored By ‘ acids. supplies of which “are des-i ,which serves as a temporary run— .“ for the defense ; Ladies Of M09 . .y. ll3elfair neighbors these days, in , ,, Free Ferry 3‘9'10 P- m- perately Short 'tonnection (with Belfair Improve-i801” Staril’dli- tho other (lily t0 SB“ and Retum- Fmgrgm‘ .atccording to the Block . i ment Club t three deer calmly chewing on the 5 . 50¢ . .yn c emis. a ‘ gr .110} '~~ h . ‘ ‘ Supper GOOd MUSIC ‘ l Mrs. King waspainfully iniurcdl grigméfi) mfg: leqtdagggtoougaég' T1165. Sept. Admission Gents 40¢ Ladies 10¢ . Sunday in a car crash near POlllt: th'e baby’s apparel, but the deer’ AMOOSE HALL 7‘____ Fosdick, while waiting in line for ferry. The Kings were their way to the Fair. 4; too made a dash -—-still chewing- Onj diaper-smand one large buck hook- ‘ ed the clothesline in his velvet to Tell—Journal Want-Ads. If you Wish to Sell yofi‘ll Havel' . . :- l Bridge & 500-4, ‘i Admission —— 25*" .n u . . , i 1. r I Mrs. Ernest Cox was painfullyl antlers, dragging line and all as (includes refreshmefl by the m2 l lburned on the chest by hot lite: he sped out across the alpine or Cam). 0 o o l uid being spilled on her. Very; meadow with his band. COR Clvlc M 16 eek i “We bums- i‘w’ "—"“ We It N« i Mrs. Glen Harris, Mrs. Alfred} Gordon ; Emmert, Mrs. .Helen Wheat of Se- he 89. September 29 to October 4 I attic, and Mrs. Gladys Irving call: For your greater plea . edat the Crossvvhiteihome Mon-- - . HEADQUARTERS: l jday of last week. and convenience i Mr. and Mrs. Robert Anch of1 ‘ :Allynl were visiting friends in' ' l ‘EEelfair Sunday. The Angels lived Phone 6697 . in Belfai'r until recently when n.Wash fthmi .ht . Membership purchased before October 1st ‘ iAlfiin. )0ng a new bdrm mm i i Mr. and Mrs. Walter Morrison a b o , i r .‘ i ll t l e" ‘ 3 I The new Chrysler New Yorker. This is the four-door sedan, built on a wheelbase of 1271/2 i i Egggdnggy “‘1‘: (12%,? ($1.213: 1 ' i finches and powered by an engine of 140 horsepower. It is available in six body styles. 1 vi“. ' Statio“ ‘ H " ' he Ch sler Sarato a is built on the same chassis and is similar in e terior a e r nc . ‘ . ) ', , ,, , , . .- , li‘cdci'al Tax Goes Into Effect October 1st Iii-.-__..-_ ry f1 g . I. . .. x _, pp 6 ...___a.r_.._~.. g “‘L‘ttrt‘: glizhbo‘lg dd,(MO}‘{’::pi‘al 519:?) and membership after this date will be he proportlon 0f farms 1“ ‘0 i " l e I“ . 5L 1 l Barn . 0 er t d b t ts ‘ , "1 Seattle With pneumonia. Hurry: United States a e y ELMA PROSPERS. MAYOR SEES i and get well. Barbara. 1 It seems there are thieves in your vicinity again. The lastl theft being tires from a wreckcd‘ i declined from 42.4 percent in 1930 ERA WlTHOUT MUNICIPAL TAX V Jom‘es'leelton ,to 38.7 percent in 1940 according lto the Census. Student $2.88 Fruncin White Please note the Rock Dell Sure Strike. Be foresighted and stock up on staples. wise as well Be thrift- and take advantage of these spec- ial lower prices. Feat than — usual ures for: FRI., SAT., MON. Sept. 26-27—29 Matches . . . 6-b0x ctn. 15¢ Potatoes . . lge. No. 21/2 tins 10¢ -, . dream. we have been going, in 10 more . gets its improvements in a n d .paid for there isn‘t so much ex-.i ~ . pense.” [ , ton, ' 10 per cent. Elma, Sept. 18.~~(Spec3al.lr «El- ma taxpayers may look forward a few years and see a time wheiii they will not pay any direct prop- erty assessment tax. Mayor Harry Robinson said l.()~». day that this is not a far-fetched" “If we continue the way. , years Elma will not have to lcvyl any tax," he said. “Vi’hcn a town The mayor was discussing the, 1942 budget which has been :i.<lopl- '2 ed preliminary (form. it ha been presented in about the form it will be in the. final adoption. he said. There will r:u.~;.:- lil wages, L!"('l‘712lllf§"lf,bt : Levies will be thre. mills for current expense, lwo( for parks, five for streets and, fix"\ for bonds. Actually, thi- city would levv .icie, but it isn't eo— iiia' to, the inavor said. Most cities in \lliishington are levying iii ,eitizens are putting l nicipal 1! He pointed out that in parking stris and improving their prop- crty to keep pace with the mu— street A dozen men have been as- a shutdown. ect. signed to the VVPA project and it: is expected the crew will be in— creased. “The people are very pleased at what the lNPA is doing: here.” the mavor said. “It is a fine job." It was only a few years ago, at . the time an industrial sui've was 3’ ('ui‘idll(it(‘(l by the state planning (iomnii‘sion to study the future of former lumber centers whose adjacent timber that Elma was labeled a “ghost town" by a Seattle newspaper. ' Since that timi- ly has retired all its city indebt- edness. has through the transition from our-c to an agricultural-forest products a center and has adjusted itself on. a firm financial basis, Mayor Rob- improveinent pro}. Elma Dr'uctical— . succ .ssfully passed : ly forest products communitv‘ car at the Belfair Garage. l Mrs. Sam Thcler was a busi— iness visitor in Bremerton 'Tlllffl- Gladys Irving and son , J11, were shopping in l Bremerton Thursday of this week. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Morrison land Mr. and Mrs. Chris Jepson lmctored to Astoria, Oregon Mon-i , day, returning Tuesday, visiting Jill's. .lepson’s parents, Mr. and i Mrs. Westergaard, also friends st'Olll‘ Wyoming. lWSC Homecoming Due 5 Oct. 11 at Pullman had been cut.i Washington State grads a n d iformer students from all over the ' country will return to their Alma Mater, October 1], for the 2I¥ih ,annual Homecoming celebrations. A full program has been arranged for all old Cougars, highlight of _which will be the football classic between the University of Wash- : ington and Washington State. i m7»... Starting Monday Evening. . . SEPTEMBER 29 and every Monday thereafter "THE TELEPHONE HOUR BELL SYSTEM PROGRAM will be heard ‘ 9%" 930M. 5 Pacific Standard Time 0 N. B. C. Red'Nolwork "(97 THE PACIFIC TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMP ‘ Phone 497 1:50 S. Third ll Tues Shoe String, Crisp-Fresh! —"‘l L; iiison Said. 3 up to the. hilt. Apricots Bonnie Best Asst. Flavors. Marshmallows lge.12—oz. 10¢ Sno-W‘hite Cello Pkg. Snowdrift Short’g. 3-lb. can 61¢ 1-Ib. can .......... .. 22¢ WessonOil qts.47¢ Tomato Soup . . . 3 cans 23¢ Campbell’s America’s Favorite. Gold Bar Coffee . . . . . . . . lb. 25¢ Vacuum Pack Macaroni & Cheese 3 No. 1 cans 21¢ Phillip's, Delicious. TEA l/i—lb- —- 23¢ 92-11). .... .. 43¢. ALL BEAN, IEALE Rock Dell Home Style FLOUR Gold Medal Kitchen-Tested ........ 43¢ ......................... 201° Bremerton. Navy . versary of its founding last Tues- The (:itv has a new fire truck. Tl citv hall, it is rebuilt; with WPA help. The ed the Vv'PA street m'u has just been started again after 9‘ streets Yard Observes 50th Birthday Puget Sound Navy Yard. the government's great ship building and repair depot at Bremerton, Wash, observed the golden anni- Yard. the anniversary was 'justi another day. i The observance, had there been! one. would have commemorated, the establishment of the station on September 16, 199i. when Lioutu A. B. \Vyckoff, U. S. Navy, took’ over 190 acres of land and sound: \Vhilc the city has not shown a ‘ ' the water system is blip." reno- ph0n0mé‘nal gI'OWth, its péople are Mldfleld. NO' 1 can vatcd by putting in peiTnarwnt :2‘6 11y PWHPPTOUS. there are 110 . . 3 metal mains, the cit? has its new var it stores, business is “better than at any time in the town’s history” and the community is the center of Grays Harbor‘s agri—‘ cultural district. officials declared. 1 Numerous Good Job Openings At Employment Spot H—.»._ i The Olympia office of the Wash- l ington State Employment Serv‘cel has a fine list of job openings t is week. Alice Helenius, office mana- ger, urges all those interested ,in employment at this time to con-. have their birth certificates. These.I Ciacsesparc for machinist’s helper,l sheet metal helper, electrician's; helper. and marine pipe fitter"s| ivplpnr. ‘Nhile there is no guaran-i tee of a job at the completion of} Franco-Amen. Nutritious. Economical. l day’ tact their office at 522 C8. itol Veg-A”, ---- .... .. 2 No. 303 cans 25¢ But in the whole Navy Yard, % Way, or a representative of tpheir‘ F'lrlffiserégcfiltigfid yes-«ataléI-eosi- cans 10¢ Honey Dew which (mploys thousands of pco-. office, who is in the Mason Conn-l Rich. Ripe. Asst. Fruits. . 1 _Lb_ ple in peace time, and curing the. ty' courthouse each Tuesday be—. Tomato Juice 2 47_°z_ cans 37¢ Bag present emergency employs thous— ; toner. the hours of 8:00 a. m. and; Libbva Gent1e_press_ ands more, not hammer stopped. ; 5:00 p. m. He Will be glad to reg‘j Kidney Beans .......... .. No. 1 cans 11¢ nor a lathe stopped turning. i tor all applicants and explain de—i Rock Dell, Deep Red. I , ~,_ , ,._ A. I. v A. {tails of any jobs which are openi Sweet Sliced Dills 24,02. Jar 29¢ . Web. on. iiist-piimitjy “(idem-1 ; it this time i ' R'ock Dell. Pickles. Pet 01' Bordens defense Jobs went forward urn. “ '_ i Dill Pickles .......... .. No. 2% cans 10¢ t. Ta” abated by even the blowing of'i .f'mb": {{0191‘41‘5 Sta/Hf?! that there: Sylyan Genuine Dims. Cans whistles. and for the overall—Cindi Wall E dome new national clefensei Citsfr: --------------- 12'02- 9¢ _ ' workmen. the white-capped blue-i tl'i”n1:§ard?9tses Skating 11; tl‘éei _. 8. ca. ic1 0. ' _ , L. ,9 ( (f v; vVl‘Y'y 1‘- 111‘0- c a e imi Si Pork & Beans .. 3 lge. 20-01. tms 25¢ Lipton’s Eggulgfiv :giiofmg are from 18 to 30, and bgys musti . the training. they are being train-l . (a with the idea of their going to; . lwork in the shipvard." as soon as' 2 Kelloggs frontage 0” behalf 0f the NaVy they are qualified. 3 ) c 1 Large Department. The following is list of the; can .............................................. .. .......... .. Pacific Whole—4% I Carton m Meat Specials for Fri. - sat. SUGAR dURED BACON ..... lb. Whole or Half slab BEEF ROAST __________________________ .. 1b. Genuine Steer Beef - , LEG ’0 LAMB __________________________ .. lb. ¢ Produce Prices Good Fri. Sat. ORANGES.... doz. 29¢ Sunkist Sweet and Juicy LEMONS doz. 25¢ Sunkist Large Size SQUASH lb. 3;: ...... ._ 19¢ In the years following. the pres- ent drydoeks, the largest govern-l ment docks of their kind on the! Pacific. coast. were constructed, and Puget Sound Navy Yard bc-i came an ovorhaul and repair, sun— ply and maintenance base for the entire Pacific r’fleet. At present, the, Navy Yard l.’l._ engaged in construction work on. two seaplane tenders, the USS. C‘asco and the. Mm~kinac,l destroyers, and other vessels. in . uq-ial clerk, cranberry pickers and‘ in woman to do housework. ‘ all”. must be able to keep house jobs open at this time: a tabulat—g lag machine operator, a cost ac<i chinists. foundry workers, an all—f lollnd general accountant, a sen-l in; engineering draftsman, a ma-, mm for odd jobs. There in a splendid opening for: She ‘ will have the care. of two children for six adults. This employer haslv mutant. a farm hand, an ' elec-E i trio monorail crane operator, ma- 2. Genuine Spring Lamb Hubbard l ndditiorr to 4a..vspecded~up schedule 1 1111 modem converge} ,, . = BREAST 0F LAMB ________________ lb. 17¢ SWEET SPUDS 1b 5¢ ngpfifllfzfgmgngf 35333:; 01 “1", 391mm 'wiihf,C§l.i°§)§ylV°a; THE TIMES we live in‘thfeW out a Challenge. . . a challenge Treat the Family to a Delicious Stew 50-.le ””I"""“‘ "“"“‘T ghdegllL'ifwgfl 12f “SEEUSV’QYE to Change our cat—and make it bettet' W?,fe Run“! to Say that \ aSted BEEF SHORT RIBS ________________ ” lb. 19¢ U‘ Sr. No. 2 KJR To Broadcast ‘ agei’fgligsrq ifZOgncmn approximately? Challenge has been met Wlth Complete samfacuonl Buy Braze with Vegetables > 3_lbs. §.illi§ky-G0ph(iI- (g.am(31”_(mjm_‘ good 'job .omnmgs a"); Fluid Drivingyvith this new Spitfire engine, in this new tforaw P()RK -------------------------- " lb. seedless Gird1ed 1 The Univexjsid" 0'1. Washington coming mm the Employmenti aerOdynamlC bOdY 15 Infinitely Superior to anything you have s bette ONIONS ...... .. ea. 23¢ 10-lb. Mesh Bag U. S. No. 1 GRAPES .. basket 23¢ Concorde—54b. basket APPLES 5-lbs. 23¢ "Picnic Style" Short Shanks HEIN Z DILL PICKLES ...... _. for 10¢ PORK SPARE RIBS .............. .. lb. 23¢ Lean and Meaty Jonathan» fine for cooking ? been prominently nieiitionird :i‘i‘ illg doctors, to report all birthS. l a. strong contender for Facii'ic‘ Vilhen a c nld is born without r) I ,..-- . 1 j W 1 l Coast Conference honors in the fllfi'del attumoni the parents all“ . In. I MI: nasal-ml!“ .lflfllfl'ifinali . position at Seattle. ‘ indication of just how strong the football team will open the“ 1941' season on Saturday afternoon. September 27 with the University of Minnesota furnishing the op- (Joacli Jimmy * Phclan’s Washington Husl es haw 1911 season and the clash with Minnesota. will give grid fans ani Washington eleven will be. Sui-vice regularly. Telephoym 7779 and. they will be glad to furnish. further imrticuiars regarding anyi gl' thes'e jobs. . Ew-ry state has a law requir— required to fill out the birth cer—, tificate. The states send copies] of all certificates. to the. Census' Bureau for statistical purposes. I 407 S. First ever experienced. An unbroken glide from stop to full speed. Let your next car win by comparison! Don’t miss Chrysler’s Flmd Drive this year! We anlte you to come in and drive this new Chrysler now!