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October 16, 1941     Shelton Mason County Journal
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i if 5x! yarn“. -m ‘?1’~"i4"te~“.{. " nu. Page Eight. Seattle Marine Post British Ships Find Safe Haven for Repairs According to H. O. Nielsen, Coast Guard Recruiting Officer,l Seattle District, his office has i been assigned a quota of 50 young i men for training at the Maritime Training Station Point Huenemc, Calif. The new class will begin October 28 and transportation will be furnished successful applicants from Seattle to the Training Sta- tion. Applicants must be between 18 and 23 and in good physical condition. Any qualified person who desires to take advantage of this splendid opportunity for training with pay should contacti the Coast Guard Recruiting Of- fice not later than October 20 at Federal Office Bldg, Seattle, Washington. Barracks at Nome and else- where along Alaska’s. Arctic coast were built of plywood with the walls shipped north in sec-i tions. THEATRE M SH ELTON, WASHINGTON .—.—.—.———. Two shows every night 1, Starting at 7:00 P. M. ‘ Matinee 2:15 P. M. Sunday From beneath the guns of the British cruiser Newcastle. the destroyer H. M. S. Firedrake can be seen as it undergoes repairs at the Boston navy yard. The Newcastle’s commander looks on. A number of British ships are being repaired in the United States. OCTOBER 15 PROVED—lMPOR’l‘ANT DATE IN LIFE or EX-R (From Seattle P.-I.i Ivelop from the ox-team days to lthe use of horses, then donkey was if '1, -engines for hauling logs and later the “high lead" and rail- }roads commonly used today. i On June 16, 1888, he married visit l Tonite only BARGAIN NITE itvm little. sons, left for a 5 October 15 is just another day l with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.‘ 11?“, gallmécwgl'l. Mofil’w; grang‘ O’HAPA’! to most people, but to Charles W. John T. Knox, also pi_ LEY'H ()fl(_d11i%:181 a ’h’atm. ("""V'S‘;" 1° t Leake, (an early-day l‘dason Conn: this state: who had settled ‘itl 50“ e “U” w a ‘S now 18 . . . r pioneer lumbermnn l Olympia, LOIF‘Eh Maion Countyi, mht18o‘i. After a long and stormy pass-f1 (mfg; .avef in? A‘Iugl‘fu’ age on the steamer State of‘ mg 0 Oh _“ge 55' important “milestone” in his life.i ’———" ‘ California they landed at Astoria, l F013 on that date this “Ahi‘.~ transferred to a Small steamer fort Street Vacation To cutty Tillikum” arrived at Olym-‘ ,Monticello on the pm in 1862, being then a child only eight months old. ,stage coach to Olympia. \ It was rather natural for lav-aka; In 1&65 Locke’s grandfather, to grow up as a woodsnian a onhn T. Knox. was 2:1)1v(illil;t‘,(l In- because'of his early environment dian agent for “‘e Skokoi’nish 'he was forced to learn Chinook in; Reservation in Mn order to get along with the In- 3 Hood Canal and J dians by whom he was literally! ier children surrounded. . there. H a widow, He was born in a. mining; camp Jung Leaks died while iat Mokolumne Hill, Calaveras in Nevada arranging to build a 'County, Calif, February 4, 1862, j permanent home for them. , so he celebrates his eightiethi Had Lumber Business llssue' birthday in 1942. He was the. In 1867 Mrs. Lealce married, ty resident), and one of the few mast is of; ,the Chinook jargon left, it is an, Joan Perry Roger Pryor {m Friday Saturday Priscilla Lane -— Jeffrey Lynn —— Ronald Reagan “MILLION DOLLAR BABY” {Eberhart street in Allyn Ledko and awed him J. A. Peebles, and T. F. White, the board of county commission— iers this week set another Sun., Mon. Tues. youngest son of Judge Charles g Thomas Webb, well known .Masoni A. Leake and Amanda Knox Leaks 3 County pioneer, and owner of the 1 9 and the great-great grandson ofl Webb ranch where Mrs. Webb‘s‘ fame as a hostess became state. I Capt. Mark Leake, who was a. ‘ member of a prominent fam’ly 1 wide. 1 of Virginia and a Revolutionary, The family remained in l'v'nsli- Victor McLaglen Dennis O’Keef Marjorie Watch For Itll woodworth War hero. ‘, ington thereafter and Charles} Landed In Astoria. lwhen old enough, engaged in the,‘ In 1862 Mrs. Leake, with her iumber ind -' l A3. “ :1: . . .ay" :2 ow . ‘ e FROM THE FAMOUS ‘l‘gzee/lzmodfecVSiIOP‘S .M "“‘ . "v. n '7 Selling Days October 17th to 25th inclusive ll; SCOOP” We were Johnny—on-the-spot last spring when the “Sleepmaster” factory unloaded hundreds of bed-divans to relieve crowded conditions in their busy plant. We took a solid carload of the finer mohair covers and then moved them into our warehouse crowding it so much that we have been unable to show them till now when our new showroom addition was completed. Prices on these new divans have so increased that they are now selling for as much as $20 more in the city stores. So here’s your chance to own a bed-divan in your choice of sev- eralstyles in fine mohair all with carved arm panels . . and at a huge saving! Choicew’of colors, while they last . . . no reorders at this price. ALL-W001. MOHAIRS Check These Quality Features 0 C All inner tufted ! C O Finger-tip control ! Easy Spaced C 0 Bedding compartment E Terms Furniture Showrooms Across From The Main Store a Cowliiz River and then traveled from tin-rm by Be Heard Again NOV. After hearing protests on thei lproposed vacation of a portion of' from County on'Charles R. Lewis. acting as ex- ccutor of the estate of the late} hear- .ing date of November 10 at two o’clock in the courthouse on the SHELTON-MASON COUNTY JOURNAL l I l l l l l l PRICES EFFECTIVE FRIDAY — SATURDAY MOND f Nature never intended that human beings should get their vitamins from medicine bottles. children love. L. M. for all your food needs. ment. CARROTS ...i Y°UR “'0‘” She packed them into delicious foods young, crisp vegetables . . . into milk and eggs, and meat . . _ See that they get them at their flavorful best by coming to the"; ' SHOP and SAVE in our new, modern food depart' E BEETS _ _ . _ .(l 5 Bunches $331358. 10c .. -m...~.._.___.. -—__.. ROYAL FRUIT GELATIN Chocolate, Butterscotch and Vanilla Pudding Choice . . . . 5¢ pkg. GRANGER l-lb. cans ........ .. 73¢ PRINCE ALBERT { l—lb. cans .:.-__¥‘ .......... .. 79¢ VELVET 1-lb. cans ................ .. 79¢. Tobacco Pipe Chicken & Noodles . 2 cans 37¢ Fairmont No. 1 cans. Rolled Oats .—_._.' .....39¢ Alber’s. No. 10 bags. Economical size. Matches. . 2 pkgs. 35¢ Seaport. ( 12 boxes). Molasses-Peppermint Chews . l-lb. cello 19¢ Baking Powder . 1-lb. can 21¢ Crescent‘ Concord Grape Juice 3 qts. 89¢ Tea Garden brand. Natural. war/mom SEI‘" by M a'rsw LEG/0’» LAMB lb. 310 Sweet and Juicy Spring Lamb. LAMB ROAST . . lb. 270' Shoulder, Shank Off. lamb or Veal Stew lb. 15c lAMB CHOPS lb. 29c Prices Effective Friday and Saturday Rib or Large Loin. LEG 0’ PORK lb. 29!: Fresh Ground Hamburger .......... lb. Large Wieners ........ lb. Medium Bacon ...... .. lb. Eastern Cured. Sliced Bacon .................. .. Morrell’s ‘i/z—lb. Cello Package. Pi 5 Feet .......... .. t. Cgarsten’s or I-Iormel’s.q Jar Sauer Kraut ............ ._ qt. New Pack, Bulk. , -} Mince Meat ........ .. 2-lbs. : Pacific Oysters .... _. pint Locals. Red Salmon ............ ._ lb. By the Piece or Slice. 18¢ 23¢ 29¢ 19¢ into juicy-fresh fruits and j \No. into all the foods ._ Visit Our New FRUIT-and VEGETABLE DEPART", MENT for the FRESHEST and BEST in town. We " buy only the best and keep it garden fresh by 0U”, modern refrigeration. ' Sweet Potatoes . . . . . . U. S. No. 1. Very clean stock. Celery................2f01‘lt Utah Type i 5; Incre: ‘S-le. 2 I Local. firm heads. Lettuce..............2for ,5‘ Onions . . ill-lb. shopping bag? No. 1. i , 70 Potatoes ........ 50-le. 5,. U. S. No. 2 U. S. No. 1 . . . . , . . . . _ . ,. 10-lb5- . , i . Cranberries . . . . . . . . . 2-lbs. 3 . in. in... e g 'Mnty bc Apples . . . . . . . . . . . . 10-le. 4c izifiiigéfli‘iz‘ Delicious or Jonathans . . . Good eaters. ‘ of the c f anticipa ‘ 5‘: r Oranges -. . . . . . .. . .. 8-lbs. 4. (lilting: Sweet and juicy. .3, alread, . ‘ 8 a; :1 intere Cabbage for Kraut. . . . sack h,- . W“ the ‘ , i the b0: u sup; nng the 32‘370, am , , n: 1n the , ’ dit sheriff or’s an thOugh al final bu ‘als, , °ffices ‘.V( “:th bl 1n srr the higred « ‘ °ffice he. f " ' positior T“ by law ‘ncl‘eases Chore Girls . 3 for 25¢ Makes pots and pans easy to clean. Blanched Peanuts . . .. 2 for 27¢ 9-02. cans. Fresh Popcorn lge. pkg. 27¢ Nalley’s. Try this new product. attackers . .. 1.11). 19¢ Sunshine's new, crisp flavorful. Cigarettes Lucky Strikes, Camels, Chesterfields, Kools ' Carton ...... l Sweetheart Soap 3‘b'ar‘s' * . Next Bar . . 4vBARS................. war“ re 0 ('V' :0 .... M (D Iva-w SOAP 2/1. ,sttiiidfi ' ouncx suns m coon. wnm Iva nv . .— a. .... m ("P '1 ... FL'AKES with: ‘ ‘ Sgiltnont iltUSTRAl'En git-fa" " “‘ ’ . ‘-“~: 9 o 5 an nits : . * ’I‘m 25¢ “" 'j 3; {Much ha in» l cor. 10? neon in H,“ i f. 1 .several ,. ‘ " “ ~ 9 233131 . ~ 1c a SK MW 1 ~ . ‘ (u T by int. " balms; v 64'” “‘1 PM iCDNlESl V k I