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October 16, 1941     Shelton Mason County Journal
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October 16, 1941

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:1" r and 50' i . ‘5’. October 16, 1941. 00k Writes 1 l ing History i l f‘Tall Timber”? ry of the Northwest's “In “bulls to cats" and Cut out and get out" >‘ of the pioneer days to .8 logging practices of IS told in “Tall Tim- eIdle history of the lum- , W my by Stewart H. H01 1lstry by Stewart H. a fin. Observe Columbus Day With Program I i l By Jane Quartivr Camp 8, Oct. 14.777’l‘hc Coluin-; bus Day program held at the; Camp 3 schoolhouse turned out verv nicely. It was well attend—' ed by the mothers. Judson Quartier, who is at the Swedish Hospital in Seattle uii~ dergoing treatment, was pleased to see his many friends on Sat-. urday afternoon. 1 Mr. and Mrs. George Clifton attended an annual I.W.A. con-' vention in Everett. They cn-; joyed a tour through the large! Weyerhaeuser Lumber Mill in that ! city. Mrs. Clifton represented, the auxiliary of the I.W.A. and, Mr. Clifton was representing Lo-; ‘ 'Who has written sev- vchimes on the timber _Well known on Grays Ylng visited here many ‘5 director of the Keep , Green program for ki‘flsion of forestry. -at 18 said to be the most ‘01? of the logging in— .’ published for children. cal 38. . .1“ . The Camp Auxiliary of thcl We: . n wuse won't Pay I.W.A. will hold their meeting i Advertise It! October 18th, at the Labor Tem-l ple in Shelton. Mrs. Archie Vaughn attended a; .wedding held in Olympia for M121 jVaughn's sister. Mr. Archie; 1Vaughn and wife are host andi 'hostess to Mr. and Mrs. Harold? Vaughn from Longvicw to stay' the week out. Mr. Harold? Vaughn will also take advantage: of the good hunting while in Camp. 138, I.W.A. suRA. "hind its Postponed ULAR MEETING I l I e) l , . . i Flax is an expanding crop in ‘California. Census Bureau report- 1ed 7 acres and 17 bushels grownf lin 1930, while the 1940 crop was! Shelton [1,481.077 bushels raised on 79,754 l acres. l l l l l l l l ‘i. L ' " Prices Friday and Saturday ie Best Pineapple. . 21/3 tin 20¢ sue 3 rolls 256 'e Soap Chips . . . . . . large 23¢ Gal. 1 E‘HIELD p.m.; 3-Ibs. 890 tennil Pancake Flour 4—lbs. 22¢ W‘pper I30 ._-,.i‘i.l‘eme Mayonnaise . . . . . . . qt. 49¢ 4i “TAFF our 49-Ibs.l.39 2 433/; Produce e fruit .r CARROTS 5 Bunches 3:22.. BEETS i 10c TURNIPS M 2 for, 15c a... genie... * - :Second Harstine .5c ___.__——-———-' éeet Spuds it »,JUICE ingcs 2 doz. 391: 90 27c doz. l :men's Club will be with .Chairman Of 1941‘ “7! ! Special emissary to the Vatican, Myron C. Taylor calls on the President to discuss moves toward gaining religious free- dom in Russia. l Card Party Due I Saturday Nightl By Mrs. John Hitchcock Harstine Island, Oct. 14.»~Next Saturday, October 18 is the date set for the second card party ofl a series sponsored by the Har- stine Women's Club and held at the schoolhouse. We hope every one will come. John Tingley has sold his Trail- er House and has moved into the Gerald Needham home. The Needhams now livo at Allyn to, be nearer Mr. Needham’s work at Bremerton. Visitors at Ballow last weekend includeed Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Glaser and family of Tacoma, Mr. and Mrs. Pete Verot of Shelton, Joe and Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Glaser of Bremerton, Helen and Bud Glaser of Tacoma and Paul Hitchcock and son, Walter, of Ocosta. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Mercer have left the island for a home in Ta.- coma where they will be near another son. We are sorry to lose these good neighbors. The shOWer given in honor of Mrs. Leona Otterstad last Thurs- day at the home of Mrs. Arthur VVingert, was very well attendedl Catherine and Claire Wingertl were hostesses and Leona re-l ceived many lovely gifts. ' l Mr. Scott has finished opera— tions at Ballow and has moved his logging equipment away. Be- fore going he did a land clear- ing job for John Hitchcock. Work has begun on a new fer- ry for Harstine Island, which is badly needed. Several island men are employed on the logs near. Shelton. | Mr. and Mrs. Jacobson have their small granddaughter Donna of Randle, with them for a cou- ple of weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Weichsel- dorfer and daughter arrived on the island last Wednesday from Minnesota to visit Mrs. Weichsel- dorfer's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wilson. The grape harvest is nearly finished and as a general thing, the crop was poor making the picking a very tedious job. The next meeting of the V‘Vo- Mrs.l l Claire Wingert October 16. Our next regular grange meet- ing will be held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wilson. l Navy Day Will Re Joseph C. Plattg WITH CUT 'Commodorc Samuel A. Perkins,l Vice-president of the Navy League I for the state of Washington, an-i nounces the appointment of Jo- seph C. Platt as state chairman for the observance of Navy Day this year. Extensive preparations are being made for his state-wide participation of civic, fraternal, patriotic, and school groups 0“ Navy Day, October 27. Veter- ans’ groups, as in the past years, are also taking a keen interest and have been asked by Nation- al officers to obtain at least one naval recruit on this day. Mr. Platt is the northwest man- ager for the Edison General Elec- tric Appliance Company, and is Widely known throughout the northwest. He is eminently quali- fiedfor his position of Navy Day Chairman because of his service in the United States Navy during World War I. He has been keen- ly active in the American Legion, and has demonstrated leadership and ability in his business pur- suits and civic activities ovor a long period of years. Mr. Platt is working very close- ly With Frank McLaughlin. Re' gional vice-president of the Navy League. and also with Mr. Per- kins. _Vice-president for the state ofWashington. Mr. Platt’s ap- pomtments of local chairmen throughout the state will be an- nounced within a few days. OLIVE LUTHERAN 'During the Fall and Winter, Ser- Vices at Mount Olive Lutheran Church every Sunday, 11:00 a.m. and 7:00 p.m. Attendance iS better than ever before. But with the enlarged church-plant. there is room for many more now. Sun- day school and Bible class every SlmdaY. 9:45 a.m. You'll have to TELL .— if want to SELL —~ Journal Want-Ads—phonc 100‘ you ,world; the only agency which reaches the people? ithat of merely furnishing the news of the cur-i rent day, but in keeping a record that often serves ’the individual in time of need; and in this day, of , "‘those resisting aggression.” Items on everything the public uses in luxuries SHELTON-MASON COUNTY JOURNAL minor—MASON COUNi‘Y‘iIiURNAiI ' Consolidated with The Shelton Independent Published every Tuesday and Thursday afternoon Member of Washington Newspaper Publishei-s' and National Editorial Association Entered as second~class matter at the posiofl’lc-e at Shelton. Washington Subscription Rates: BY MAIL: ln Mason County (outside or Shelton city mail carrier districts) i2 pZ-r year; months, $1.25; 3 iiionlhs, 75¢. Foreign $3.50 per year. Postal. regulations [0er residents of Shelton served by city mail carrier from receiving their Journal by mail. BY JOURNAL CARRIER: in Shelton, 25¢ per month (collected by carrlerl or $2.50 per year in advance. Birthday Smile ASSOCiatl\in GRANT C. ANGLE Editor I. EBER ANGLE Mann go-r E ’S SERVIC HE NEWSPAPER It is well in this Newspaper Week period to call attention to the real service of newspapers and particularly the small-town and home paper which through the years represents the only his- toric record week by week and year by. year of most communities. i The newspaper is the one agency which stands for the Better America and the American‘ Way of Life which has no counterpart in the Vice President Henry A. lace is in high good humor. by his growing responsibi lems. direct with a fair and truthful review of what goes on’ in the community. The newspaper has a further mission than. J_ 0_ 30m, past“ Sunday school at 9:45 for all ages. Worship Service at 11 a checking up old birth records which have been‘ neglected. The newspaper is sometimes criticized for 56$?ng mum at 7:30. errors or inaccuracies by thoughtless people who: gregational singing. special forget all news comes from humans, and that' al and vocal numbers. at least four persons have to do with eVery line, which appears in the newspaper, a better checklU' P“ than in any other line of business against error. Given the information on any item it must first be written, then composed on machines, then read by'proof and When error is found, correction; made, with ten thousand chances for mistakes in‘ every newspaper issue it is remarkable that there ', are so few errors of fact or typography found by; the reader. Newspaper Week is intended to give the public a better understanding of its press. 1 And then a word for the carrier boys which' H should strike a responsive chord in the hearts of I. many men who earned their first money in such ' “ l S service, and learned something about business;; Prices Good young people welcome to message. Welcome. i Shelton, “lash” Oct. 12, 9:45 Church School. 11:00 Morning Worship. mon: 7:30 Epworth League. the newspaper being about the only job opening! which is offered to youth where they can earn a. few real dollars to call their own. I The farmers of the country must be getting. a wry laugh out ofvt-he new exhortation'“of the[ Secretary of Agriculture to "raise more pigs than they are raising, in fact, more of everything to build up a “stockpile” ,to feed ourselves andl . Y THE NEW PLANNED ECONOM Oct. 7 _ 18 20 FEARS PEAS v They will recall th"‘ir. early dealing with the new deal program whenevery third pig was or- dered killed as well“ as every third furrow‘ left unturned, in disregardof the biblical injunction to provide surplus for the “seven lean years to come” as sensible now, as when written; until now our canned beef comes from Argentine. There is, in fact, no reason or good excuse as yet to cut down the ration or limit the consump-k tion of food products or the demands of ordlnary; trade and industry, and there are no “bottlenecks” ' l TUNA 4-lb. Pancake and Waffle Flour 445. package . . . Cake Flour 4-lb. package Buckles! Farina ish as pig killing and as disturbing to national economy. When the full import of the new and coming ' ' ‘ ' ' ACON ...................................... ., i . and necesSIties begins to pinch everybody, and: :ggg‘gglig HAMS, whole or half ______ Fag” Di mm the Shortmg 0f mOSt everythmg the busmess man SUGAR cuneo BACON, whole or half lb. 25¢ y g needs to meet the public demand Mr. Average citi- LEG 0F LAMB, sweet Spring- ..................... .. lb. 29¢ 6-lb- can ------ v- 12? zen will begin to do some observing and thinking.I WIENERs, Skinless .... ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, U u, 27¢ 3 ' They Will also be wondering why the need SAUERKRAUT.TI$;eAi/K;ro§. ............. ..' .... .2 ..... .. 2-Ibs.17¢ - . can . for more billions when hardly ten per cent of ap-‘ iii“ 5:211: ------ 1b and Sirlom ------ u lease-lend, have b e e n ----------------------------------- ~ - m propriations, including spent so far and raw materials are being tied upl and.held-for future needs far ahead; why these billions are being squandered while an enforced: economy is planned for small business and the: people. Sunkist Large N 0 WIRE FOR HAY Now. the farmers of the country are unable: lto get Wire to bale their hay. The factories that formerly produced the wire have gone into de-. Large, fresh head fense work, and the farmers and the hay suffers KRAUT CABBAGE. sack 69¢ Gold Bar Nobody in authority apparently, thought about ONIONS _______________ __ 10-1bs, 23¢ Vaculémff Packed ' ' 0 ee. that. The result Is that steps are under way to SPUDS _________________ ” 5&le. 49¢ Drip or Regular. re-create the wire industry so that the farm needs can be met. Other industries and factories will need to“ be re-created too, just to keep the coun- try going. The trouble was that there was so great eagerness at Washington to get into the war that nothing else was considered. The fur- ther trouble was that, once launched on the de- xfense program, the president tried to do it all [and declined to delegate authority to one defense chief. Sheer necessity will force that in time, for it is a good bet that the board presided over by Vice President Wallace will break down.-—-—Aber- deen World. Mt. Vernon Gem I TO . 'm . ».2..s‘ii.i“.tav Celebrating his 53rd birthday, Wal- His smile replaces wrinkles caused lities in shouldering domestic prob- SHEL’I‘ON BA PTIST CHURCH a.m.—- r Lowell Powers, Supt. Classes! .m. B.Y.P.U.’s Junior, Intermediate and Young People at 6:15 p. m. All these Con- music- Gospel If not worshiping else- where, join us in these services. THE METHODIST CHURCH Rev. E. W. Maulden. Pastor. 1941 Ser- “The Christian Witness." Foods Everday Fri. Sat. Mon. Nooksack Brand.‘ Like Home-Canned No. 21/5. I Green Lake Fancy 3—sievc. No. 2 can. I Luxury Grated Tuna. érsc’rfwfla/Imagma $237 49-lh. Enriched Silk Sifted Flour Rag.$2z77 No. {save those in the power of the administration to. PINEAPPLE. PgnoFbrantd Iflicdeci .................. "162 cans 19;: - ' - ‘ STRING BEAN , ‘ ores ri.c .................. .. cans quickly felieve, and Without forcmg scarc1ty on MACARON' & CHEESE, memAm ‘‘‘‘‘‘ H 12 cans W the P90? 6:; , _ _ _ i GRAPE JUICE. Royal Purple ............................ .. qt. 25¢ Thls prlorlty busmeSS IS getting .On the HARD TACK, Old Country Rye ...................... .. 14-02. 20¢ . country’s nerves, and must soon result in such WHEATIES, Famiiygiravorite ..... .. 2 pkgs. 21¢ _’ * revolt as usher in a new era of common WAX PAPER, Airtiteg—125-ft. ..................... .. 2 rolls 25¢ Alber.s Quick m in high places of government and stop the one... ---------------------- ~ 22.27:: :2: e . u , . V . . . . . . . . . . . _ , , , , , __ 2- . flood of new ideas and ill-conSIdered rules as fool-i FRUIT COCKTA'L . ........................................... H W“ W Sk. QUALITY MEATS THAT GUARANTEE THEMSELVES Prices Fri. & Sat. FRESH” Prices Fri. &. Sat. Oranges .. . . . . . doz. 39¢. Lettuce ea.5¢ Rutabagas. .. 4-lbs. 15¢ 6CANS 45¢ Page Five ' I An annual production of mail}; L200 million needles is iiecczisu ' ' ‘32 Counties Accept Insane Proposal keep American knitting m: iin operation. the Census bureau Olympia-"’ThirtY'tW" 0f the 39 ‘ states. This includes more than VVRSlllllgtO“ counties have aCCUPt' 116 million needles oi” the spring» 9d the Proposed Cnmpromlse Set'lbeard type and 72 million of ii;- tlemcnt with the state over thcimgch type, cost of care of indigent non-vio- lent insane cases, Lew Sclvidgc,| executive secretary of the County i , Commissioners’ Association said iTO ROOM/‘0 , today. Misery of Yet to take action, said Sol-l vidgc, are the smaller counties which are little involved in the settlement, and their acceptance of the compromise is expected in the near future. cor” \LVE NH...Z minim“. Cziifiiii DEL/ll‘L‘. | Try “Ruli-My—Tism” —— 2i \i'iindpri'u; The counties, by paying the Linlmcnt ‘state $717,230 will be'frced of the “T "”'" "—""'“‘“""“" $1,767,248 claim against them by -L.L._. ANAL, the state. “""—*' mm“ i Say It ST. DAVID'S EPISOOPAL CHURCH Rev. Thomas Jessett, Vicar. Services 7:30 p.m. Sunday eve-1 nings, Memorial Hall. l Rev. Lewis J. Bailey, rector ofi gTrinity Episcopal Church of Sc-l attle, will conduct the evening prayer and sermon this Sunday. October 19, in an exchange agrcc~ ment with Vicar Jessett. You: are cordially welcomed. They Bring Comfort and Happiness FUNERAL DESIGNS AND HOSPITAL BOUQUETS Delive‘ed anywhere. anytime Travis ii “i =. t i. any? Shelton Hardware 8min Phone “"7 amt-V eds WITH FLOWERS ll il ,1 ODOOOOOOOIO‘OOOOJOnoo‘oooolco 0.0,. on oo.o~.oo.«.«°ot.”.o¢.».¢ .oo‘oo.ot.o .oe’ 500.050 .oa.«.o..ab.u.n v '0 .o .0 ~o To Our Friends-- ROBIN HOOD LODGE says Au Revoir For 1941 l THANKS FOR YOUR PATRONAGE and we I l hope to see you again early in the spring. on“ sums «e o 0.0 e o 0 ~ A» o .00....00.~o.5 J... o o o .0. v.0 no... Muzme \\~\ Buy all your foods at 20th CENTURY, every day in the year, and take advantage of 20th Century’s famous store-wide policy of the Lowest Possible Price on every item. You get famous brands of dependable merchandise and get them always at a saving. Try it, and sec for . cans 85c . ‘ 6 cans SEC 3 cans 49c 1%; can. STARCH 2‘/g-lb.Punco|m and Waffle Flow Rock Dell Corn 01‘ 2‘A-lb.packago . . . Coke Flour Gloss. 28-91. patkm Gonna Cereal 241/145. Emichod sun-sum Flow Reg.S‘l.74 1-Ib. pkgs. 2......15 CRISCO Yellow Label 14-11). 23¢ :1/2-lb. 47¢ 1-lb. tins 25 Fragrantly fresh l—lb. tin 30 2-lb. tin 59 Aw”