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Shelton Mason County Journal
Shelton, Washington
October 2, 1941     Shelton Mason County Journal
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Page Six SHORTY O'DELL ILL ldistrict, was admitted to Sh iton Lyle (Shorty) O'Dell, Masonl Hospital yesterday for medical County road foreman in the Agatel care. Lay One Sway ’TiIl Xmas Day ONLY A WEBB } 1 Rayonier ,, ‘ worth. The ‘ credit union .z‘ssggm. .. ._ "72.14. ..: .1; star; , Holidays a-head! The Gift season isn’t far off! So with prices mount~ ing every day, we suggest that you lay away a Lane Chest for gift giv— ing later. The Special Lane Chest featured is illustrated above—built of e x q ui sit e1 y matched Walnut veneers — lined with genuine aroma- tic Tennessee cedar and fitted with the Lane Aromatic Tray. See it. It’s only $39.50. Other models from $19.95 Olsen Furniture Co. “Fine Furniture For the Home” ,‘ 1, defense stamps. , istamps and bonds is done gratis? ‘ , by the agencies. they receive abso-f -'- , luter no profit 5 Wednesday by ' The short score: , , pedestrian crossing lanes t11rough—' out the town and have added huge Fifth on Railroad. ,Heavy issues 2 Here Of Defense Bonds and Stamps through encies in Shelton have paid out a he three dispensing ag- :’ itotal of $95,374.95 so far. a check and r with the posteffice, bank ‘ Rayonier Federal Credit Union by , ’ iThe Journal today revealed. The bank, of course, was the largest dispenser. being the ag- encv for the more valuable types ‘ of bonds. A. total of $80,300 Worth The, postoffice has «12495 worth Credit Union postoffice and handle the smallest denominations while the bank is sold 31?,- $1,650 if , th.n agent for the larger denomi- nations in defense bonds. In addition to the bonds, a hea- ‘il' vy sale of defense stamps is re-, ported by retail stores and the postoffice but no accurate figure ~ 'rin what the volume is could be .obtained today. Nearly every re-' tail store in Shelton is handling Sale of or commission and carry on the sales purely as defense drive. If 3 Brooklyn Squares World Series, 32 Brooklyn evened the World Ser- ies today by defeating the New York Yankees. 3 to 2, in New York behind VVhitlow Wyatt's ef~ fective hurling. It was the first Llefrlll; in ten World Series games for the Yanks. the last time the '3 1 New Yorkers losing in the blue ,ribbon baseball classic being Giants in 1937. p Brooklyn came from behind afo jtey- the Yanks had scored lone :“ runs in the second and third inn- ! “1ng to U“ the 500"" in the fifth Justice W. A. Mag’oon. 1 and punch over the winning run 1 in the sixth. The Yanks won the opener on the same score. I, r h e 1 Brooklyn .... .. 000 021 000—3 6 2 ‘ 1; New York 011 000 000—2 9 1 Batteries: Wyatt and Owen; ': Chandler"- MUI'PhY (6) and Dickey, l ‘ Roser (9). Painter:Stripe Pedestrian Crossings ’" i Paint crews employed by the ‘ City of Shelton have been engaged ; fthe past three Weeks re-striping figures in white. paint denoting the speed limit on city streets. spruced up the business section 'is being applied to the. Horn Building between Fourth a n d Specials for Friday and Saturday TENDER. CRISP Lettuce hd. 5c Pota‘tocsgg50-lbs. 59c SHOPPING BAG Oranges: bag 59c Pears « box 98 Apples box 1.39 FRESH RANCH—Grade “A” Large LARD 2 —LBS ......... COMB HONEY 2 __________ 35¢ BLEACH 1,4. GALLON... BOREN E LARGE ¢ SIZE .............. _. Tomato Juice Cans .......... .. N E L——-—-303 Size Eggs 2-doz- 89c Corn 2 cans 25c ARMOUR’S STAR SLICED Bacon BONNIE BEST COFFEE Fairmont v 3'18... .......... ._ 89¢ lb. 32c CBS“ "nut Butter 2-lb.§25c 2 ’.1bs __________ sic-Poor ROLL BABY F001) Heinz’ MOON BRAN D Wax Popcr roll 9c 3% ---------- 13“ Flour 49—lbs. 1.59 GELATIN Assorte 211 SIZE 3 pkg, ________ 13¢ F rt. Cocktail 3 cans 35c l Patriotic persons who have, in-‘ rested in national defense bonds: of bonds has been purchased thru, 1 the Shelton branch bank. of bonds and the3 the : Life Magazine Pays Compliment f To Sheltonians l l Life magazine paid the people of Shelton a compliment this ' week in a letter received by D. B. Davies, Rayonier official, from Tenney Midgely, official of the popular picture magazine, in re- vsponse to a couple of clippings Mr. Davies sent Life from the Shelton-Mason County Journal which referred to the fine con- duct of soldiers in the Army man- l euvers held in this area in August. The letter. dated September 24, j said: } Dear Mr. Davies: Many thanks for your letter and for the clippings from the Shel- ton-Mason County Journal. We ‘are particularly interested in SHELTON-MASON COUNTY JOURNAL iStory Hour'Morem ! Popular As 3rd ‘1 l . ‘In Series Held; “M l The attendance is increasing1 {with each story hour in the sums; {so the third hour ield last Sat-l lurday at the Shelton Public Li—f brary shows. Over fifty childrcn‘ lheard the stories. This was the gfirst time for twenty-six. Theyl ‘were: Jimmy Griggs, Henry Bu-l 'chanan, Betty Buchanan, Marlenei . Cain, Shirley Anderson, Fred Boy— son, Gail Ahlskog, Richard Wilson, , .Donald tutledge, Patricia Mc-l gGau-ghey, Nadin Barrett, Kareni l l l lCondon, Anna Mae Jolson, Billy lLunsford, Joann Lee Price, Mary iWilson, John Earl Triplett. Bob- by Condon, La Von Liil-‘g ; ian Nye, Roddy Mittendorf, Ainerl lMittendort‘, Don Leon F‘erwerdafi , , Pabst Pabs l Moves To Astoria“l Lieut. A. A. Pabst, recently\ called from local Shell manager} lto the Navy as a reserve officer, and assigned to the naval supply; base at Astoria, was here today, completing the moving of Mrsfl, and children and their" household goods to his new home? Having gotten settled and better, acquainted in again. The base at Astoria is new and; the main buildings have beenl completed, but its complement of men has not been completed. Lieut. ‘ Pabst said. Its function is sup— plying naval vessels reaching that port, and Lieut. Pabst has charge Shelton they find: lit hard to leave and start overi of all. the buying and handling‘ both ; gesture of cooperation with the; ‘. to‘ i l (m1 Hubbell of the New Yorkl Another paint job which hasv l GOVEUNCHANGED lc’ene Forwprdav J01“? Harem Ray l of supplies as well disbursingr ian population toward the Army. I and Warren Ray- I I ‘ lof the, cash for the officers and As you know, there has been a, Mrs- Hamld Cm'lFtlm} WHO {la-9 , men to be assigned to the base, good deal of discussion about A1'-3Ch?"gc,0f th? 59")“; ‘5 mflkmg ‘ when in full operation. , my morale of late and since one: “115 Ch!1dren5_ Hour SOmCl‘fl-lg to Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Wyckoff‘ of the primary com laints of the,""'i11011 the Chlldw“ 100k forward have purchased the home vacated ’soldiers has been t e attitude of] “fth “agel'néss~ At MI'S- cm'ls' I by the Pabsts at 9th and MaV‘ *civilians toward them, we wel-l glans request MI‘S' ,Lal’fa K- ‘5 streets, Angleside, from Dan Lind come your evidence. We, congratu-l “,umb told two 3mm“ m" Ems ; and will move into the new per-i late the people of Shelton for tn”? hm”; They were! l manent home. , their friendly attitude toward the, SLOYX 2f 51.331713101101115 and HIS w l soldiers and hope that other com-i Aunt‘e' "’h‘Ch’ ‘5 m“ Sm-‘thel'nwi . . munities will follow their example] ggflsegjietflehfigd P1323] (591111131421 ; Junior Team ‘ot‘ welcomin soldiers, ma in - 3 A r 'l ' ' ’ r them feel mgeh. efforts in begging; ted the latter with pictures of the' Olympla Thls Frlday v’ . , ____w , ‘of national defense are appreciat— Teqmple Square “l Salt LakePlW Shelton junior high gridders‘ led‘ . Mlb' Hamm Chllsu‘m tOId’ Beo‘l travel again this week, going to: I Sincerely yours, l knowing the reaction of the civil- wulf" and “The Little Engine That Olympia Friday afternoon for; Tenney Midgely Could.” . . their second game of the current The neXt Story hour WI” be held , season. The kickoff is set for two I l at the library at 2:30 pm. on Oct- , l ober 11th. l o clock. lAnOther Liquor , . -. ; Arrest Is Made! l Striking for the second time in' l a week, state liquor board inspect- tors, assisted by local authorities, arrested a Shelton resident yes—l iterday for illegal sale of liquor. I Guy Bondurant was the victim. being fined $150 and costs, and given ‘a 30-day suspended jail sentence. on a charge of selling. liquor illegally at his home on South Second street heard bylI (for the editors) l Inspectors Havens, Doty and! Fulton of the state liquor board! Sheriff Fred Hickson, City Po-i lliceman Roy Roessell and County} jProsecutor Frank Houston made; i the arrest. ,Baker Trophy T0 2 Be Determined‘ One finalist has: been determin-l ,‘ ed in the 1941 Baker Trophy tour- , nament at the Shelton golf course while the other is expected to be settled in time so that the finals man semi-final match. l ——~——~—_......._. i Walt Simmons Homam Cut Christmas-Trees l Appearance of Walt Simmons ‘at The Journal officewthis morn-‘ 'ing brought home the fact thatf :Christmas tree cutting season is again at hand. r l Walt has returned to his homel on the Skokomish Indian Reserva-l ‘ :'bby’s GentlegPress. Lu ury Brand. So Many Uses ! ,‘tion after a summer fishing outl 30f Neah Bay. He reports fishing, r was very good until poor weather- ; arrived. 1 Mr. Simmons cut; over 60,000 l Christmas trees for J. Hofert and, leompany last year. Eagles Honor Langlie ‘ Saturday and Sunday‘ Overland ' Bonnie Best .......................................................................................................... .. No. 2V2cans 43¢ En . w i All Eagles of the Shelton aeriei ' BK'M 0'8"an Ne and auxiliary have been extended r) I . 1”! .. I i an invitation to attend the Gov_ Diced Carrots. o No. 2 s 290, 6 for 55c Pears .......... .. 2 No. 2 A s 29c, 4 for 57c 2 NO. 2 cans 29‘; ernor's Day program which Olym- Golden Hominy 3 No. 21/3’5 29c; 6 570 Apricots No. 212’s 43c; 6 for 830 3&M Brown Bread 2 2’ ., l l lpia aeria has arranged next Sat-l lurday and Sunday in honor of? l l Sliced Beets 3 No. 2’s 290; 6 for 57c Veg-All ____ ______ _, _______ ,_ 2 No. 303’sfl725c Sauer Kraut 3 No. 21/2’3 43c; 6 for 850 . Shoe Strg. Potatoes 3 No.21/Zz29c; 6 57c Vegetable Soup 3 No. 303’s 25c;6 48c, Phillips Apricots __ i Gov. Arthur B. Langlie. lBOLL CALL PLANS ON SLATE FRIDAY; Preliminary plans for the 1941! I Red Cross roll call are to be out- ; lined by Chairman S. B. Anderson l at a meeting of roll call sub-com- E mittee chairmen Friday evening ‘ at eight o'clock in the Shelton 'Hotel, the general chairman an— ! nounced today. I CALIFORNIA SUNSET Pottery In 6 Colors TRADE HERE ! A. B. Govey, veteran Simpson Logging company executive, re- mained under treatment at Shel- lton Hospital today, his condition I reported unchanged. Milburn Townsend, Simpson Logging employe, was r'e—admitv ted to Shelton Hospital today for further medical observation. and secure PATIENT AT HOSPITAL 5 _ Pc. C. W. Lundquist of Shelton. ISimpson Logging employe, was Starter admitted to Shelton Hospital to- day for treatment. Mt. Moriah Officers READMITTED T0 HOSPITAL ) Guests In Navy Yard Worshipful M a s t e r Maurice Needham and Senior Warden Hor- ace Crary of Mt. Moriah Masonic Lodge were special guests at a banquet in the Bremerton Navy , . With any 6 labels from the following items you ] may purchase this beautiful 5—piece starter set . 0f pottery~— l I Yard Monday evening given by the Sojourners, an organization of Ma- sons who are or were officers in the American armed services and whose home lodges are far away. Commander Evans. executive of- ficerof, the Navy Yard, invited the two' Mt. Moriah officers to be his guests at the banquet, which was attended by several officers of the British warship Warspite. DimF'le Peas—Rock Dell Garden—Fresh Flavor 2 N0. 2’5 29¢ Tomato Juice—Rock Dell Full Flavored .............. .. 46-oz. 21¢ Dessert Cut Pineapple—Rock Dell ............ .. No. 2l/2's 43¢ Oven Baked Beans—Rock Dell New Eng. Ster No. 2’5 29¢ Whole Kernel Corn—Rock Dell Gldn. Bant. 3 12-01. 37¢ Peanut Butter—Rock Dell Fcy. 1-Ib. jar 20¢: 2-Ib- jar 33¢ Fireweed Honey—Rock Dell, Nature’s Sweet .. 20-02. jar 23¢ cane 5- Maple Syrup—Rock Dell .............. .. No. 2V2 can 29¢ See Sets On Display In Our Store ! Although the population den-. ' sity of the United States is twice l i that of the outlying territories of [the country, the density of the lVirgin Islands is eight times as l great as that of continental Unl- l ted States. Alaska is the sparest l l of the nation’s territories, with about one person in each ten lsquare miles according to Census MATO "HOE . . . . 6 1011.10 47-02. cans. .......... ................................................................ _. 2 for 37¢ GBATED TUNA . . . . o for 95¢ No. 21/2’5 ................................................................... .. 3 for 49¢ m. IT COCKTAIL ., . for 65:: Rich ijl’tipe. Cocktails, or Desserts. 13—02. cans. ................................ .. ........................ __ SALMON . . . . . . . . Gior 1.05 .............................................................................................................. .. 3 No. 1 cans 55¢ TOMATOES . . . . . 6 for 85¢: ._ 6 No. 1’s 53c; 12 for 1.03 Orange. Juice 3 12-02. can 27c; 6'53c Grapefruit, Alameda No. 1_.__ 3 for 290 Kippered Snacks 3 N0. Vys 280; 6 53c} Sardines,” 6 No. 1,1, ’s 33c; 12 for 630 Shrimp'.._: ______ .. 3 No. 1’s 45c; 6 for 890 ' 21/2 lb. Cello ____ __ 19¢ 21/, lb. Cello ...... .. 23¢ M... ___.--————-w Thursday, October 2. ‘y, REPORTED IMPROVED l . I Hospital last ’l‘hursdayy'ls Mrs. James Harrison, who was’ ing satisfactorily and '5 ; 'admittcd to the Shelton General lowed to have risitOI‘S- '3 I, , L, , V, t E A moouncement 7 ed are l I Wish to Announce I have Purchased the Interest 01” LARRY SCHUSTEI) in the HIuSQHWt SERVCE Effective October 1 . . . and pledge continuance of the 5;! policy of bringing the public Quality Merchandise , and ‘ Expert Service ‘7 Sincerely, Pete Melian ' ,1 of the meet can be concluded this 3v ‘ 0 i weekend, George Ashbaugh an— if» for a! 4 v' " ,nounced this morning. . ‘ f: - t Stew“ BEANS 12 for 951: OYSTERS = a . nal position and meets. QeKYvyinner , I I I g C pacific " l“ the Bl“ Weeks'Hem‘e'. “$15”? rsnco Vertical" Pack No. ................................................ ............................................... .. 3 for 25¢ ‘9“ (We ' 3 5-01. cans ...... .- "I. (i for __________________ .. ' CLAMS Royal Chef 2 flat tins _. . Pork & Be?ms la r ‘ *Van Camp’s 20-oz. can . . 3 for 33¢ 17 Baked Beans,“ v TREET Luncheon Mealt 12-0z. can _______ .— PEAS ,. Green Lake chfiy 3 N0. 2 cans , MACARONI Elbow Cut RICE Fancy Blue Rose PRODUCE SPECIALS —— Oct. 3 and 32¢; Oranges, Sunkist Swt. and Juicy. doz' 2% e Juic. SPUDS, U. s. No. 1 Yak. Gem.___ 10—lb5' 512 e JUice Lettuce ............................... ......... .. head 19‘ ATt Grapes, Tokay ____________________________ _. 3'1b5' Jonathan Apples ____________________ 6‘1b5' 1‘, ...... __ Carrots __________________________________ __ 5 bunches 10¢} I nee Cucumbers ____________________________________ _. 3 for“ By Hubbard Squash ____________________________ lb' .‘ ' Y I 11 50¢ 9 l. . L I t 20th CENTURY MEATS .— Oct. 4 Start the morning right PORK ROAST, Picnic Style .......... Short Shank TENDERIZED HAMS, whole or 1/3 MEAT LOAF, Beef, Veal, Pork .... ,lb' V 1o 2 VEAL smw __________________________________ 1"" Delicious with fresh vegetables . BOSTON BUTTS ____________________________ .- PORK LIVER __________________________________ -- '