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Shelton Mason County Journal
Shelton, Washington
October 9, 1941     Shelton Mason County Journal
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A. : day, Octpber 9,39%}. :tober‘ .‘ ,fctIyi Fresh iKamilche \IING .‘ News than v . . B ' H mm by Q, .NaZi vessel which calls er If the: :6... the DlMe and “ks Kamilchc. Oct. 8.771‘hc Kamil— 3 to be ch .Can mag has made 3 Che Ladies Club met \Vednesdav‘ : 0108 of colors. ~'t-prefer the Stars and , “ t0 the Swastika? ' * 3i! ‘3‘ l l Who l i J lor as hostess. i l I E l tion of corsage—maklng by Mrs.‘ . , limit The Russian army Boice and election of officers.:‘ 1W“ f' 3"! been annihilated. How The new president, Mrs. Wm.’ lined daily annihilations does it Boicc, vice-president, Mrs. VVhite- h make a propaganda re- .stlck? Barron. it in a ember 5th, l ,, j will be at Belfair Woman convict started a i i i i i Members present were: Keyzers, Mrs. Robert Scott, Mrs. Phoebe Young, Mrs. H. V prison when she was re— , a manicure. Maybe she "date with a dream. gas ‘13,“ \‘wv‘m' _‘~ i Pomona, Calif, Mrs. Eliza Casey, our Wa‘o . ers. Bert Rau, Mrs. Hi Barron, ’l. Gok‘ ' ers. E. Taylor, Mrs. Ed Petty, nd as“, H O M E ngs. Lloyd Clark, Mrs. Easelyfl cs for ers. Roy Greenwood, Mrs. Wm. n 1151' , Boicc. and Mrs. Dahle Rocssel )1 0 Yr 0 A N S of Belfair. ' Phat- r Montanan Reports, ‘ onvenient Terms Reasonable Rates II . . . .. I A o DELAY it Mr. and Mrs. George P. Geist of Hamilton, Mont, parents of Mrs. John Replinger, have been gilests at the Replinger home here since last Saturday. Mr. Geist operates a flour mill damage to the wheat crop, much of which had to be left uncut to rot in the fields. , at Hamilton. He came to the a, . coast to attend a millers' conven- ..,n County Savmgs tion in Seattle last week. He ‘ V ' ' said early, heavy rains in his :Loan Associatlfln section have done considerable ‘ Tme insurance Bldg. Wood Dog Food. . . . . .. 2 cans 9¢ 'Wn Sugar . . . . . . . . .. . .13-lbs. 19¢ *»VALUE ’odles 14-02. 130- .kDellSalt pkg.8¢ .SHIELD L l l l in the grange hall with Mrs. Tay— 3 There was sewingl for the Red Cross, a demonstra-l her and secretary-treasurer, Mrs. The next meeting, No“- at' . the home of Mrs. Dahle Roessel.S Mrs. Ray ‘ G. Nel— 1 son, Mrs. Alma Bassett and her.l houseguest, Mrs. J. J. Sexton of) Rains Damage Wheat l i l l l i l l I Knox, Ky., before Mai—Gen. Bru l 9 At D-ewatto With ‘ l ‘ . . i . . i; . Roads Impassable Dewatto, Oct. 7.‘Jolinny Matt—l lson, wife Ruby and three baby.’ iboys have returned to their lhouse at head of the bay. They [have been residing at Sellick all “,summcr and Johnny was employ- lcd by Dewatto Logging company, lnow located at Old Maywood in i Cascade Mountains, above Au— burn. 2 Logging in this bay is a thing {of the past. Not a truck has idumped here for months. There- lare a lot of logs stored here butI no new ones ceming. With our roads in the condi-l l tion they are in, We will soon bel “ a forgotten people. For the firstI time the graders lifted their blades and taxied merrily down the county road, dodging the i mud holes and chuck holes to go out over the logging road to Tahuya. We think they should have dropped their blades and" tried to help the matter a little.l ningham home. Mr. Cunningham I Brower is stationed at Fort Law- ton, lately transferred from Tex- as. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis G. Hamlin and daughter, Dorothy, visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. \Villiams, parents of Mrs. Ham- lin. Mrs. O‘Brien of Port Orchard. sister of Mrs. Dona Cunningham, is spending a week at the Cun- ' lie-e 3-Ibs. 89c * iimont- Tomato Juice. . . 46-02. 19¢ . LED i- irite Cleanser . . . . . . . . . 2 for 9¢ V . llUs . HSdown Cake Flour . . . pkg. 25¢ UNT T‘Wax Paper. . . . . . 125-ft. roll 19¢ 0‘ 5 .x’neapple 190 *nonucn Prices Friday - Saturday Only E.” SLICE i, ‘DE. JONATHAN AND DELlClOUS box1.19. IPS , , ET SPUDS lb.5‘¢ SERY 2bunches 15¢ 1' Zheads 9¢M .. ..,,2t..-..,;.~.~.;M.M «mink N.S Also opening up a few ditches and culverts would drain off some iof the water holes and lakes. Weekend visitors in the bay include: Mr. and Mrs. Cameron's daughter, Mrs. McKay, husband and father-in-law of Longview: also 5011 Chester Cameron of Yak- ima; Mrs. Irene Nelson and daughter Maxine Clark. also of i Yakima are spending a few days. . Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Denny of Seattle, accompanied by Major and Mrs. BroWer and son spent the weekend with Mrs. Lizzie Be~ dell and Lee Baxter. Major has completed his new water works with the assistance of Mr.| Bud Spillman. Marguerite Cunningham is back , home after a week in Shelton, where she has been undergoing an extensive dental operation. Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Orcutt have purchased a couple of waterfront lots near Tahuya from Cady and are going to move their float house around there. Orville and Shirley drive to ’I‘ahuya daily to catch the bus for Bremerton high school. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Markwell, with her children Richard and Shirley Chandler, have moved to Holly, so the children take the bus to Silverdale high. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Schauffler of Bremerton occupied the cabin of Cliff Whitney for two days. They caught 12 salmon. Lots of red hats and shirts in evidence but no bucks. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Lakeness and daughter Ethel of Vinland, Visited the Williams family Sun- day. Mr. Lakeness used to live here and boomed logs for Fred Lieber of Little Dewatto. Many boats trolling off th-e mouth of the bay. The silvers are beginning to run now, and some good catches are reported. 1 Potlatch Woman Surprised By Old Tahuya Friends By Elizabeth Hussman Potlatch, Oct. 7,~Thursday a surprise shower was given for Mrs. Les Wyres by some of her old friends of Tahuya. A' pot- luck dinner was brought by the guosts. The guests included, Mrs. Effie Knowlton, Mrs. Frances H1150“. Helen Huson, Mrs. Al Orr, Mrs. Earl Amos, Mrs. H. Rends- land, Mrs. South, and Mrs. Stoltz 10f Tahuya, and Mrs. Bartel of Hoodsport. A birthday dinner was given in honor of Morris Crowther by Jean Briggs Sunday. Thoso who were there were Lillian BriggS, Paul Jacobs and Mr. and Mrs. Briggs. _Mr. and Mrs. Pete Vissel‘ Of Mineral were down at Potlatch visiting Mrs. the weekend. 'Mrs. Pearce was the guest 0f friends in Seattle over the Week- end. Mr. George Wyres of Oman Park is the guest of his son andl Anna Smith over daughter-in—law, Mr. and MI‘S- T- Wyres for the week.' .Little Johnnie Main celebrated his first birthday with a partYl at his home. Those who were the guests were Mrs. K. Sim” “10115 and daughter, Anita, Mrs- Immons and son Mickey, MYS- Warming up exercises tested the Army’s new medium tanks at Fort sides” division started the 730—milc motor march to Louisiana , maneuvers. iLoggers Through lSafeWay— ce Magruder’s famed “Old Iron— Workers Purchase $30-00 Of Defense Bonds: 1 l l Employees of the Shelton Safe-l way Store in cooperatidn with‘ 900 Safeway employees through-, out the State this week purchased} $3,000 of Defense Savings B0nds,l Saul Haas, State Defense Savings! Administrator, annOunced today. An order for the purchase was . received at State Defense Savings headquarters this week from D. J. Thomson, divisional president 'and chairman of the board of the Safeway Employees AssOciation. The Association has already pur- chased $8,000 of bonds. “Safeway employees, their association, have purchased $11,000 of Defense Savings Bonds," Mr. Haas explained, “Employees of retail establishments, chain and independent alike, throughout the State are setting an enviable rec- ord‘of patriotic, defense purchases of bonds and stamps to aid their Government.” These purchases Bonds represent not only a pat- riotic contribution being made. by most citizens, according to Mr. Thomson, but are a sound invest- ment of the Employee Associa— tion‘s funds in the United States defense program which is defend- through of Defense the position of in the nation’s and, therefore, every employee business life. Belfair’s Civic Club To Gather 'This Friday Eve. By Mrs. Gladys Irving Belfair, Oct. 8.A~The next meet- ing ,of the Belfair Improvement Club will be held in the school- house on October 10 at 8:00 sharp. The sound motion picture pro— jector, recently acquired by and through efforts of this organiza- tion will show a full length fea- ture and a comedy, which will be very good. The need for an Improvement Club is great, and Belfair has a good start. So come out and enjoy the pictures, also will be. light refreshments. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Harris spent the weekend at Olympia visiting their daughter, Mrs. Kenneth Al- len and family. The Belfair Garage was not sold after all, and the Nels John— sons are still proprietors of the Garage. Mrs. ton and Mrs. Verdun Savage from Skookomist and daughter, Pat, spent Friday night at the Bald-l l Effie Burnett from Shel— win home. Mrs. Crosswhite has friends from South Dakota visiting their home. Charles Irving, Jr., was hurt in the Navy Yard Thursday by a fall and was taken to the Naval hospital Where he at ter at this writing, and will soon be home again. Great Grandma Baldwin, and her great granddaughter, Patricia McGuire, both had birthdays last week and Celebrated together at Great Grandma’s, near Shelton on Sunday. Mrs. Baldwin at 86 years and little Pat at years old. Mrs. Alfred Emmert and mo- ther Mrs. Glen Harris, were visit- ors in Port Orchard Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Johnson were callers in Bremerton on Saturday last. Mr. and Mrs; Alfred Emmert' visited Mr. Emmert‘s parents at Silverdale on Sunday, where they celebrated the birthdays of two sisters who had birthdays the 6th of October. Mrs. Melvin and Mrs. Glen Har— ris were Visiting Mrs. Irving on Tuesday of this week. Mrs. Walter Morrison has been on the sick list the past weeks with flu. ‘ Mrs. Wm. Baldwin and Mrs. Culbertson are taking first aid! and Red Cross instruction at] Shelton: They go in once a week. 5 Walter Morrison is helping out at the Belfair Garage this week. two Cliff Reader and sons Donald and Billy, and Mrs. Roy Aselson. Guests at the Neil Simmons, home Were Mr. Cook, Miss Cook,i Mr, and Mrs. Harold Neal, Mr.’ and Mrs. LeRoy Neal all of Puy- allup over the weekend. , Mr. George Sisley went tol Everett Tuesday morning to at—l tend a labor union conference in that citY- The Potlatch Social Club met at the home of Mrs. Hale at Camp B Tuesday afternoon. After a delic10us dessert luncheon, two tables of bridge were played. High score went to Mrs. W. H. Smith: Second high to Mrs. E. Carlson, who also rechved thei galloping goose. l I ing the American way of 11V”)ng I SHELTON-MASON COUNTY JOURNAL Test New Medium Tanks Warspite Will Look Like This After Repairs After repairs at the Puget Sound Naval Yard in Bremcrton, Wash, the British battleship War-spite. Dog Quarantine Rules In Kitsap County Outlined Arthur E. Cox, director of agri- culture for the State of Wash-i ington, visited Shelton Tuesday to call attention to the dog quaran-, the quarantine. Dogs may be, taken to veterin- aries in Kitsay County if their owners desire but cannot be taken out of the cars and dogs being removed from Kitsap County must be accompanied by certificates of vaccination, issued by approv— ' ed veterinarians, and showing date of such vaccination, Directori i Cox, pointed out. He left a copy with The Journal i tine now existing in neighboringl listing the eight regulations laid Kitsap County to d portant regulations Your choice KELLOGG’ is much bet- . f Selected Center Cuts Fresh Solid Pack No Bottle Deposit Pork Steak Pork Roast Center Cuts Oven Roast Thick Meaty Smoked Country SAUSAGE ______ _ _ Full 6 Day Sale Friday Thru Next Thursday ,llElNZ CATSllP . . lge. 16c Fancy. pure tomato ketchup. TOMATO CATS‘U‘P lge. 100 "Red Hill" pure. zesty tomato catsup. of Vegetable, WHEAT FLAKES. . pkg. 210 Carnation wheat flakes cereal. S will look as good as new. Here’s the ship before bombs damaged 1 or in an attack at Malta. Much has been written about Missouri mules, but according to the Census several states reported more mules on farms. Farmers reported 193,565 mules in Missou- ri; Texas had 537,801; Mississippi, 337,620: Georgia, 316,006; North Carolina, 299,198. More than a billion dollars worth of industrial chemicals are pro— duced by U. S. factories yearly, statistics of the Census of Mann-l and to point outl down by the quarantine order now factures reveal. 0g owners some of the im- This is nearly :in effect in Kitsap county which twice the value of the U. S. cot- concerning anyone may peruse who desires ton crop in recent years. the breqlh-loking array of fcoloriul Foods 3’; of your neighborhood Safeway. Exciting oso ,new‘world..;,d,iscover the better foslw .ir'ig'fmeolsfiorm—iresh.produce, favorite? 4, , . . -brands,'r'.-'lreshing beverages oilered in .lhi's lip-lo-lhe-minuleilood store. . ~ illiilli Large. l4—0unce bottles. Large 14—02. Pea. Tomato or Asparagus. 101-3417.. Serve it hot. Large 40-0z. pkg. 22¢ Variety Cereals Ten assorted small packages of breakfast cereals. You Save 011 Coffee Here Ground Fresh. Ham . . lb. 35c Skinned, Tenderized. Half, or Whole Pork Chops lb. 32c Salmon . . . lb. Sliced or by the piece OYSTERS pl. 270 Leg of Mutton . . . . Mutton Roast .0. an. Cross Rib or Rump Pure Pork Links. Boiling Beef . . . . .. lb. 1.. 29¢ 21c lb. WINDEX 29¢ New Crop Apple Sale Onions 12 if. 20¢ MARBLEHEADV MEATY SQUASH... lb. 1V2¢ .‘ insult-r Edward’s, lb. 26¢ ____ __ 2-]bs. 51¢ Gold-en Ripe Bananas .............................. .. lb. 7¢ , Regular 0,. drip. Yakima Gems Potatoes, US. No. 1 13-Ibs. 29¢ pl,“ Edward’s --------------- 4_lbs. Yakima Gems Potatoes, US. No. 2 50-lbs. 59¢ «v. Ewmmv 1m. . Sunkist Oranges, in shopping bags 11-lbs. 69¢ ' Fresh Local Celery, Utah type... lb. M-J- Bo ........ .. 119- 30¢; z‘lbs- 58¢ Fresh “Topped” Carrots ______________________ __ lb_ 2y2¢ Nob, 1_]b' ____ __ Large White Cauliflower, solid heads .... .. lb. 10¢ Ground Fresh. Kraut Cabbage, fresh, crisp 100-lbs. 98¢ . , t. P t t , . . - . Alrway, 14b. 3_lbs. SW 0 a oes med No 1 Jerseys 5 lbs 23¢ and ‘ Jonathan 10 490 EX. fcy and fcy apples. Popular for every purpose Delicious Ex. fcy and fcy apples. Juicy and flavorful Onions U S. No. 1 U. S. No. 1 Fcy. Sweet Dry Dry Seedless or mesh bags) (shop bags) Tokays lbs. [Produces prices subject to market changes) CHRISTIAN SCIENCE l Many local listeners will be in- iterested in the announcement i that a Christian Science pro- igrarn will be presented in the ;‘ Columbia Church of the Air ser- , ies, next Sunday morning, Oct- i ober 12, at 10:00 o‘clock. The ‘ broadcast will be conducted by i Norman E. John, (3.8.8., and will. originate in New York City. The program is given with the 1' approval of The Christian Science Board of Directors of The Mo- i ther Church. and may be heard , locally over Station KIRO. Seat- i tle: KFPY. Spokane; KOIN. Port— land. Tell the prospects Where you are, with a Journal Want-Ad l l I l L i l I SHELTON VALLEY ‘ Sponsored by Shelton Eagles BOBBY SHUNACK’S MUSIC MASTERS SAT., OCT. 11 Admission 25c —— Tax 5c Total 30¢ per person Dancing 9:30 to 1:30 10 59c Grapes 25¢ “3.. 13¢ Johnson’s Glo~Coat Purex Bleach, gen. BROOMS. 57¢ Fall Housecleaning Sale Johnson’s Liquid Floor Polish .......... __ tin 59¢ White Magic Bleach, w'hitens, purifies gal. 28¢ Bon Ami Powd, hasn’t scratched 12-oz. tin 12¢ Sunbrite Cleanser scouring powder ...... .. Red-Seal Lye, cleans, purifies 13-02. 2 tins 15¢ Special Deal _. qt. tin 98¢ household use yz-gal. 22¢ 4¢ BRODMS BROOMS Window Clean- Lighth'se "Spe- "Monarch" l’ht. “Special” 489‘“ (‘1'. 20 ounce. cial” brooms. weight. fight, each bottle each each 45¢: 29¢ More Canned Food Sunny Dawn Tomato Juice, 18-oz. tin 8¢ ............ .. 43-02. tin 18¢ , Sunny Dawn Tomato Juice, fancy quality .... _. 46‘02. tin 17¢ . . . lb. Libby’s Tomato Juice, 18-02. tin ................................ .. tins 25¢ ' Libby's Grapefruit Juice, unsweetened, 18—oz. .......... .. 2 tins 17¢ _ Libby’s Fancy Pineapple Juice .............................. .. 18'-oz. tin 12¢ Castle Crest Peaches, halves or slices .................. .. 1-lb. tall 13¢ o . lb. Castle Crest Peaches, halves or slices .............. __ 29-02. tin 19¢ ’ Highway Brand Peaches, halves or slices .......... .. 29-02. tin 18¢ Briargate Cut Green Beans, fancy pack .......... .. 19-02. tin 12¢ . . Pioneer Minced Clams ...................................... __ 7-02,. flat tin 16¢ ’ Crisco Shortening, pure vegetable' ........................ _. 3-lb. tin 63¢ > Royal satin Shortening, vegetable ........................ .. 3-lb. tin 55¢ lb. Scotty Alled Dog Food, finest g‘rade ...................... __ 1-lb. tin 8¢ Silk Tissue, 650-sheet rolls .......................................... .. for 10¢ PUre Cane Sugar, fine granulated .................. .. 10-lb. cloth 61¢