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.October 14, 1941'. .\ SHELTON-MASON COUNTY JOURNAL “BROWTH or WINERIES IN STATE IS VERY RAPID of. t I if Dine and Dance . Enjoy Yourself Fully when you Come to Belfair ch LFAIR TAVERN li‘catllrillg ._, v St. Charles and Belle Isle Wines Made in Mason County i rs. J. . . . I i tAs the nation swmgs into Na— where none was sold in 1935; andi fez ! tional Wine Week, October 12 to prices of Washington fruits used! 18, Washington's wineries will be in wine making have shown thoi joining with Washington farmers effect of a steadily increasing de-Il and fruit growers to celebrate the mand. l progress of one of the _state‘s youngeSt and faStest gmng 1"" light of the growing importancel duStries- of the wine industry to farmers: Public luncheons at servlce and fruit growers of the state, is Especially interesting, in the Dinners and Short Orders 933 Join the crowd at Mac’s Corner 1 L that’s where you’ll find your ,hds. Enjoy a tasty snack at our h counter too! i‘ 0111135 throughOUt the State Will the situation that exists in East- feature speakers who will tell em and Central Washington,l the story of, the rise of Washing- There, in the now-arid regions tori wine making from compara- that will be made fertile by the tive obscurity to the state's pres- completion of the two great rec- ent position as the third wine pro- lamation projects of Rosa and ducing state of the nation. Coulee dam, lie acres of soil that; Since beginning production, wine experts have declared will; Washington wineries have utilized grow better European Wine grapes' a grand total of 91,195,011 pounds than those that come from vineai __ . of fruit, all from Washington yards along the Rhine. Even; ‘ fields and orchards, according to tOdaYi m the “Ch- sun‘baked Yak- the Washington W'ine Council. In lma Valley. vineyards of European; 1935, the year Washington wiii- grape vmes._importcd at the endl it , O eries were created by the state {’f the Pl‘ohlbition Oral are Open“ legislature under the “Domestic mg gaps "1 the ordered Tanks l ’ Wineries" act, approximately 100,- Of the famous apple. and P830111 . ,3, 000 pounds were used; last year orchards. There you 11 find mus-, leltoni the total was 20.180’000 pounds. cats, Csaba, or Hungarian Mus-i Under the act by which thCy cats: the blood-red Zinfandel; the were created, Washington winer- pnpular .Alicantel the Red Gum-3 ies must use only Wasfimgton del, native of Saxony: the Jo-' fruits in the manufacture of hannesburg Riesling and the black “Washington” wines_ St. Laurent. mingling with native Today Washington‘s 30-odd win- €011.00de Delaware and Diamond eries have a capitalization of Var‘et‘es- I . . more that1 35.000000; an annual Altogether, nineteen varieties of payroll of $750,000; and furnish European grapes are now being direct employment to hundreds of grown 1".Wa:“hmgt°n- The waSh‘ state workers, not counting the mgton Wme industry, largest con- farmers and fruit growers sumer of Washington grapes, last . throughout the state who furnish Y?“ “59“ $308,000, Poimds for! the raw material. And last year, wme producuon‘ Its W” from for the first time, Washington state fruit growers also included ac S topped all other wines, foreign Charges for 8904300 pounds .Of and domestic, in state sales, fur- apples! ,1v318v000 Pounds 0f 10‘ nishing more than 53 per cent ganberrlcs and for lesser amountsl I , _ of an wines consumed in the of currants, blackberries, cherries V State. and other state wine fruits. V ' . u. Other results, too, have fOlIOW— ."Itnls W‘th these fads, "1| ' . . ed in the wake of the develop-immdl. (190121“?! E- .anhtv t ment of Washingtonis wine in_ Washington Wine CounCll preSl- . dustry’ it was pointed out. Wash_ dent, “that the men at the head . i ‘ ington now ranks third in the na- 0f waSh'QEton'S, neweSt and ' . tion in wine production; last year most promlsmg md‘JStrV V‘Sual‘ You won‘t find a finer selection of 208,212 gallons of Washington ize a future in which Washing- wine were sold outside the state, to“ wines Win play a" important ..__._._..._._._._._._ _,____. part in assistingr thousands of Washington residents to earn a igood livelihood. To thoso who hgive assisted in the deifi‘lopnéertit Buyers 0f Fruit little “SViEEe‘nfi‘i‘m ‘iaoaifis is: legislature, the research depart- Fr ment of the University of Wash- ington—«unlimited praise should be Great oaks from little acorns SW9“ for th?” part in the "93' grow ! [tion of an industry destined to become increasingly important in the affairs of our state." Wines anywhere in town than at the Pastime. Take home a bottle of Mason County Wine tonight. }S .y EAT , 6., ed snack and a glass of Mason County Wine. WILSON’S CAFE “Where Good Friends Mcet'.’ In 1934 the amount of Wash- ington fruit utilized for the mak- ing of wines in this state totalled only a few thousand pounds. : The latest figures, compiled by the Washington Wine Council . from Washington State Liquor, ‘1 In .. Board reports and winery esti-l . . mates, show that during the fis- cal year from October 1, 1940 to: September 30, 1941 more' thani 1‘, 30,000,000 ' pounds of Washington[ RECIPES grapes, . apples, loganberries andI Ham Baked in Burgundy other fruits were converted in'toiv Wrap whole or half ham loosely approximately 2,800,000 gallons of. m ‘15 9W“ “"101” Wrapping 0r Shim Waghin ton wine [of parchment. Place lat side up in g. lopen roaster and make at 325 do- -And Since the state legislature ‘ gl‘ces (Follow directions for time giv- 'by enactment created the do-;%1(lnft>;lf‘ivvraplllri]?g tot DTECPORC‘J Bag!” mestic wine industry in Wash‘ing- . t- '-_ V” . u ""7 93"“ a m“ ton, in March, 1935, more than SEER ilt'iii'ia3313‘(intlipéi'ovfldsfigifll 120,000,000 pounds _of fruit from a rWith lg?“ sugar allighp'ac" hfi'“ farms and orchards throughout’ot wag?“ inngB pa“, W1 one twp _ _ . . a a , thekstatei) hgve gonsger 0161t0061V1ne i washingtggi:wéncurgiiii‘rcb git-ezlybng‘: ma lng, lli ing a a, 0,0 in-,Pfl<,‘° "1 -5 9g”? “3'0" an eke gp§3r&i0witthnsgr aiifiiéuzétpggr-‘glllfi filzgggwlhastmg frequpnili, , - . ‘s a n .rhite Wine Hall- they 'Were created, Washington1 but, Salmon or Bass) ( Wineries must use only Washing-l lbs. Fish. sliccs'or filets , ton fruits in the manufacture of’ 1 lgrsewontlon. i‘sllcsgi t c p as in on 'au erne w' 0 Washington Wines. 3 Tbsp. butters m .‘g . ‘ . 'E' x Thus it is that. during the cele- 2 sliced tomatoes or 1 small can bration of National Wine Week, tomato Sauce from October 12 to 19, we_pause g“:,5“3,},,§§,§;‘;§g,§§g’p§,fflce to record what the Washington Sprinkle Fish with seasoning. cowr wine industry has meant to the with sliced onion. pour wine over all, let soak for 30 minutes. Melt butter farmers and fruit growers of the in large shallow baking Dam Re- state, and to look ahead to its move fish and onions from 'winc and promise for the future. place in baking pan. Cover with During the five years in which’ tomato“ and green peppers" Sprinkle . . . 'with salt, and bake 35 minutes at 375 the Washington wme industry has degrees, basting frequently with wint1 been growing. We have seen over-' mixed with Worcestershire Saueej seas markets closed to farmers 59”“ IOU" CONGRATULATIONS to the Serve Mason County resident, Adam Eckert. for making wine, as your will find once you sip any one of the several brands of wines produced by Ma- son .County’s four wineries. There is a wine for every appetitfil!’ Jul e» .,t QUIET LY Grows an Industry This is the week to taste the wines of Washington. This is the time to recognize that here, in fine wines, our state has created a new, growing .1 . ». a c t w- I and fruit growers who once found 3 ti)": gofittxitfifmfimlfv‘ggf industry. The destinies of the Washington wine industry are indeed .3, a profitable market in interna- 11» w him 3 ‘ Cl . , ~ ' ' tionai trade. we have already 2/2152? unizgis, idol-a a”)? Wme the destinies of Washington Bruit growers. For in the past Six years of seen how the growth of the winer- 1 Tbsp. salt . . . . . i ., bl ck e . I les aided in relievmg the surpluss- i '13:,ng fa: p we” I es resulting from this condition. 2 Tbsp. flour And with the completionof the Place meat in deep bowl. Add sea_ 1 50m“ 5 and pour wine over all. (Meat Grand Coulee and Rosa projects shouifi be half covered with wine.)I millions of acres in a region that Let, stand 18 to 24 hours in cold place. has proved itself ideal for the turning occasmnauy' Remove me“ > A ' from 1i uid. drain. brown in hot [at cultivation of European Wine and adaq wine in which it was soaked. grapes will be opened to cultiva— Cover .kettle and let simmer three v tion. Washingtonis expanding hours, adding a little water if it _ cooks dry. Serves eight. Note: Wine industry can well be ex- Above recipe may be used for venison pected to play a major part in or other game- the utilization of products from Broiled Chicken with Washington that district. Wine During the fiscal year of Oct- small onion. sliced 1 ober 1939 to September 1940 53 i carrot» “med 1 . cup” cold _water per cent of all wines sold in this cup Washington Sauicrnc wine state were produced in Washing-l Salt and pepper _ , tter ton, from Washington fruit. From $33“ bs‘plit for broiling OCtOberi 1935 to‘ September, 1936, Start in cold water and simmer until only 16 per cent of wines pur-l tender. “001‘5' g‘blets- muons and - carrots. Add Wine and. strain. (Use iclhgtsgld here Were made in wash; sauce for bastmg dunng honing.) S t t Chop giblfitsk finelxthanduset daside. Qi is o the credit of the legiS- Sprinkle e lo ens wi sa an pep- lature. the Washington State Liq- Egg, dEQ‘S’inwfiiEiié’rmgifiz “or Board. the University of "turning occasionally and basting rm. Washington Bureau- of Industrial quently With a little Wine sauce un- Research and other agencies that‘ til tender. (20-30 minutes.) Thickcn A Credit totthe Community .Tlleilournal mamm’arano Bros. wt tural industry. “It’s The Quality” St. Charles Wines Made From Washington Fruit Distributors of V A ucc sli htl have aided in the growth of this £§$a$tt§r 1Sime- Agdd blight]ch fiziiif new Washington industry, that lets. Heat and pour a little over each the state now boasts a wine in- servmg' serves four. dustry that ranks third in size in the United States, with every promise of some day becoming one of the great wine fruit producing regions of the world. HOSPITAL PATIENT Fred Stoner of Route 3 was admitted to Shelton Hospital Sat- urday for medical attention. ‘ ON TOP OF THE HILL You’ll Find Tops In Good Beverages Light Lunches And a Complete Line of Mason County Wines Hilltop Tavern 1 Hillcrest Clarice Byrne, Prop, Extends Sincere 1! Best Wishes St. Charles Winery BONDED WINERY NO. 1, 15TH DISTRICT *State Law Requires Use of Washington Fruits. wine-making more than 90,000,000 pounds of *Washington fruits have been used. Washington wines and wine fruits have a bright future which is dependent upon your friendship and patronage. To buy Wash— ington wine this week is a nice way to make a friendly gesture to the fruit growers of our state. You’ll find the quality unsurpassed and the. flavors quite superior. Take home a bottle tonight. As you and your friends enjoy the product of hardy, sun-ripened Washington fruits, re- member that you are helping in the development of a vast new agricul- NATIO'NAmeE Buy Mason County Wines Right here in Mason County is produced the finest wine-making grape there is the. famous Island Belle Grape developed by a pioneer Mason County Boost Mason County Payrolls The Island Belle’s rich, zestful juice is .unexcelled When You Entertain ~ ERBERGER ASHINGTON INES A Mason County Product WERBERGER Made By WINERY RT. 2, SHELTON ON PICKERING PASSAGE Page Three llOlL—I‘UO 0‘ 3‘9" 24090] i