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October 23, 1941     Shelton Mason County Journal
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Pa eTwo‘ WHY TAKE A CHANCE —— wheng $.25 per day will protect you; while you are traveling? Herb Angle, Agent. planmount ‘ v Shelton Hospital attendants to— day reported A. B. Govey, presi-l dent was continuing to improve underi the care and treatment which he? has received at the hospital fori l the past three weeks. Sun., to Wed. (Incl.) ,. [BO 3 bars ._ 1o¢ MR. GOVEY BETTER of the hOSpital assoeiation.! Production For I Hens Are Given' and greater egg production to aid; the democracies in their fight for. survival, and Mason County poul-g trymen can well follow a few sim— ple rules and precautions in help- ing boost the production of eggs at this time. As outlined by Gordon Bearse, poultryman at the Western Wash- , ‘ington Experiment Station, here; Shelton, Wash. 5 are a few things that poultrymenl i can do to maintain production 0 E now: Tonlte ‘ “Control cannibalism and pick-l TWO FEATURES: outs by including plenty of fiber; See‘ ~Wcfiw~-m-~ land bulk in the ration, by keep-; mm; mm mm; ing chickens busy, through var—, ious means and by using mechan- ‘ical devices when necessary. “By proper light, obtain eggs when the mar—i ket offers a top price. Maintain la healthy flock through sanita-l tion, (mm-pmouum ii 1 r2 .3 I m U m > U r' .< D I Friday Saturday ‘ ._ ‘l ,. V , r, . “WASHINGTON-- ,ME lOAMf; : FRANK MORGAN / - ‘ “RUTHERFORD - K-nl TAYLOR spells in winter. g “Give proper feeding to main-il tain body weight and production.l ingredients. to substitute in tried and proven' feed rations. although certain in- gredients may be substituted for in the interests of economy with- out affecting the value of the‘ l feed.” 6 l TWO FEATURES: ' Paramaanlpmmn 'J‘ . ‘\ 'n llllll AMECHE m MARY lllllllll. 1455 THE-1 i vs cunning, HOSPITAL PATIENT Jack Johnson of Potlatch Route lwas admitted to Shelton Hospital Wednesday for medical treatment. “lama .Iul lhcy always corn. back for man) i . To Relieve cf- GOLDS LIQUID TABLETS SALVE NOSE DROPS COUGH DROPS “Ruh-My-Tism" a wonderful Liniment _ ‘ you smiles l n no STRING . . Forrest Pride. Tender—No. 303 cans. Lakota~rCut Green. Alber's—Crisp, Fresh. SOFTASILK . . . . 4462. 241: Gold Medal Cake Flour. Grapefruit Juice 3 No. 2 cans 29¢ Rock Dell. Breakfast Favorite. Tomato Juice 3 20-0z. cans 29¢ Campbell's. For pep and energy. Grape Juice .................... .. qti25¢ Royal Purplf. Eastern Juicc. Grapefruit Juice _. 46-oz. can 19¢ Rock Dt'll. Vitamin-Rich. Orange Grapefruit Juice .. 23¢ Rock Dell Delicious Blend. 46-oz;-- Pineapple ................ .. 21/; can 23¢ Rock Dell Crushed. Chocolate Drops ________ _. 2-lbs. 27¢ Old Fashioned. Flit Fly Spray .............. __ pint 23¢ For Flies. _ Mpcaronl ............ 2 pkgs. 25¢ l ~02. ' Shortening .................. .. 3-le. 57¢ Cream White . SPRY 64h. can $1.25 3-‘1b. can 63¢ Sunkist large . Fanc Romes Sunshine ‘ y ‘ FLOUR 49- lbs. 1.49 , w Hamilton Candy BARS Kinds. U. ’S. No. 2 Yakima, Gems V Fancy 3- Sieve. PEAS Green Lake No. 2. 2 cans -_ PORK ROAST ........ .. lb. 23¢ Short Shank, Picnic Style LEG 0’ LAMB ........ .. lb. 29¢ Tender Spring Lamb, fit for a king SHORT RIBS .......... .. lb'.‘ 18¢ of STEER BEEF, lean and meaty BEEF ROAST ........ .. lb. 27¢ Steer Beef, always a delight GROUND BEEF .... .. lb. 25¢ l JELLO Lean, Fresh eGround All Flavors. ________ .. lb. Center cuts 10¢ ea. CUBE STEAKS .... Tender and JuJicy we. object gained in our manufactur- ing, producing and shipping these articles and then having them! , sunk to the bottom of the ocean. use Of artifiCiali This is only common sense. We. are committed, overwhelming public opinion, ,- a policy of national defense byl 00d management and keep'l furnishing aid to Britain and the ing 0d birds away from PUHBtS-l democracies, in order to thereby PTOVide Proper hOUSing t0 elimi"keep war away from the United, nate slumps in egg lay due to cold, States, being PRODUCE doz. APPLES (ii-lbs. POTATOES 50-lbs.- SWEET SPUDS . . .. 5-lbs. CARROTS‘. . . . . . .' large bunch 2¢ . . . . . lightheads 5¢ , 20th CENTURY MEAT SPECIALS A Featuring Carsten’s: Blue Ribbon Beef. Money-back guarantee with all meat. Prices for Oct. 24th, 25th. l Smith Backs Repeal 1 lNewsy Notes iNEW CLAM FILING'OF LOCATION MAPS NOW, or Neutrality Bill! Washington, D. C., Oct. 23. 77—? (Specialwiln a speech on floor of the House of Represent-l ‘atives stating he was supporting, UnCIe Sam is calling for greater; and voting [for repeal of Section ‘ 6 of the Neutrality Act of 1939 to allow merchant ships to be armed to defend themselves, Con— ular gressman Martin F. Smith said: “I consider this to be the only| consistent course I can take for;ThurSday I have voted for every national—Imembcrs and two visitors were tdefense and lend-lease measure‘prcsent. which has come before Congress. “Unless our shipments of muni- tions and supplies destination and are safely deliver- ed to Britain and the democracies, our aid will prove wholly ineffect- Obviously, there would be nof ’Shelton. and Mrs. Payne, of Long reach in obedience We have fully embarked [on this policy, and there can be' no turning back now. We have set our hand to the plow and it: Care should be taken to see that would, indeed, be foolhardy on our' the ration contains good quality part to pull back Our hand now. ingredients and Proper amounts Of It is undoubtedly too late to doI Despite increases in that, even if we were disposed to feed costs, it is not always wise, do so, which we are not." Ski Club Skating 1 the ! their ‘ to: to Party On Tonight This evening, up‘der, theauspices of the Shelton'Ski Club, a series] of weekly‘ice‘ skating parties is, initiated in the VOlympia arena for Shelton ice skaters be— tween the hours of to 11 o’clock The same hours will govern all] the weekly Dill Pickles; No. 21/2 10¢ Park‘s; Beans 3 cans 25¢ Tomato Sbup'3 cans 22¢ lilo Oats ........ ._ lge. 29¢ :Wheaties‘ 2’ pkgs. 21¢ Pet-"Milk .... ._ 4 cans 35¢ 4 Oysters “An Size ‘pt‘. 25¢ ‘ Bacon Lean, Sliced F...35¢ sessions. Reduced ‘ skating prices have been granted , brate the Ski Club for the series, thej saving being about 25 cents, Ski, Club officers said today. i Tickets must be secured from Ski Club members. nnnn EXPENSES “ails 25c asrnnacus . . . sausage 39¢ 25¢ 59¢ 25¢ l i l m S. "S w 1' t. v V ’i 1.. SHELTON—MASON C What Goes On In Pickering Area By Virtue E. Hanlon Pickering, Oct. 20.77'1‘he reg- mecting ,of the Pickering Homemakers Club was held at the home of Mrs. Elmer Wiss on. afternoon. Thirteen After a short business meeting fancy work and visiting. were enjoyed. Delicious refresh- ments were served before ad— journment. The next‘meeting of the club will be with Mrs. Frank Wylie on November 6. Mr. 'and Mrs. Ed Larson of Beach, Calif., were .dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. LaPagedast Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Fisher of Portland, and Mrs. Em Welty of Seattle, who have been staying at the Strong‘s summer cabin, re-r turned to Portland. Mrs. VVelty plans on visiting with the Fish- ers for a couple of weeks before returning to her home in Seattle. Mrs. Ora Evans and Mr. Alva Irwin of Los Angeles, and Mrs. John Irwin and children, of Olym- pia, were dinner guests Saturday of Mr. and Mrs. Max Hanlon. Mrs. J. LaPage spent Monday afternoon with Mrs, E. B. Harri- man and Miss Christina Roberts. Mrs. Alice Spierring and son, Jack, and Mr. West of Tacoma, spent the weekend with Mrs. Josephine Hushek. Mr. West was one of the “lucky” hunters as he got his deer. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Pratt and son, OUNTY JOURNAL £‘llursday, October 23. FARM Ralph Haskell, operator of a 22-acre clam farm on the west shore of Harstine Island, learned with surprise and by accident of. the existence of a new law gov- erning the licensing of clam farms, so he thought he would pass the information along to fellow clam farmers of this area. The law he refers to in par- ticular is Section 5 of the Ses- sions Laws of 1941 covering the conservation of shellfish which states: “Any person, firm or corpora- ‘tion owning or leasing any tide— lands in the Puget sound district that contains clams or mussels :therein may, paying to the State Treasurer on or before the first ’day of October of each year the sum of two dollars, obtain a clam l farmer‘s license which will entitle I (the holder thereof to take or sell lclams ormussels from any such ! tidelands owned or leased by such :person, firm or corporation, from the first day‘ of October ol‘each ‘ year to the 3lst day of March of Manganese Work (Continued from Page One} 000 tons of ore' containing over 20 per cent manganese on the Olympic Peninsula. The publication of such‘ a re~ lp‘ort, speakers said; Would retard I development'of the manganese de- I posits because sueh a small ton-l nage scattered over the many‘l square miles of‘ the area would discourage investors who might lbe interested’in mines or reduc— tion plants. Jimmie of LaGrande, Oregon, were ‘ overnight guests Thursday of Mr. and Mrs. Claude .Hanlon. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Wiss and Miss Dorothy Wiss were among the guests Tuesday night at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Allie Robin- son of Angleside, to help cele— the 59th wedding anniver— sary of Mr. Wiss’ parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Wiss of Shelton. Word has just been received of the arrival of a daughter at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Dro- scher who live in Richmond. Cal. Mrs. Dan Madden and Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Pasco, of Butte, Mont. and Miss Ruth Madden of Los Angeles, are visiting at the Cam- eron home. Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Harriman and Miss Christina Roberts spent Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs. J. LaPage. Pinochle was enjoyed. Mrs. Verna E. Barnes ' was a guest Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Maldor Lundquist and family, Mrs. Chas. Geddes left ‘Thijrs- day for San Francisco. She Will also visit her son and daughter- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Tris- sel in Santa Maria, where Trissel is stationed as a member of the Air Corps. Mr. and Mrs. T. M. White of Seattle, were guests Sunday}; of her mother, Mrs. Frank Gray. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Morton and son, Bob, of Tacoma, were din— ner guests Sunday of Mrs. Jose— phine Hushek. Mr. -and Mrs. George Borden of Spokane, left Saturday for home after spending a week with Mr. and Mrs. J. LaPage. « Albert Ax returned from Ohio, the last of September where he had been visiting his sister. He was accompanied by his cousin. Bernard Shue. Mr. Shue Spent a week in Pickering with his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Francis Ax. Mrs. Frank Wylie and ' ~Mrs. Ruth Geddes were Bremerton vis- itors Friday. While Mrs. Geddes Mrs. Wylie attended a meeting of the} was on a shopping tour, D. of U. V. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Bailey ofl Manette, were weekend guests Ofi Mr. and Mrs. Claude Hanlon. Mr. I V IIng Mineral Belt‘ Evans; a- mining engineer of. many years’ experience, who has examined the peninstlla mangan- ese deposits, declared there is a belt of manganeSe ore, 120 miles long, from 2000 to 3000 feet wide almost encircling» the Peninsula, and said he would defy anyone to estimate the tonnage. The en- gineer, by consulting reports of the geological survey, showed that in just two areas, at Steel Creekl and Tubal Cain, there was four times the tonnage estimated by James in his Aberdeen report. Both Evans and Gille asserted! there is need for haste in secur- ing a state-sponsored report 011 the manganese tonnage as the de-I mand for the ore is great and de- velcmment should come quickly. I A committee from the Cham- bers of Commerce from Aber-‘ ldeen, Hoqniam, Port Angeles, Port Townsend and Hoodsport will appoint representatives at once to take up the matter of state exploration of the Peninsula man- ganese deposits. The Hoodsport Commercial Club was represented by O. K. Lin- scott and H. I. Millo at the Se— l quim meeting. , Among the speakers on various Isubjects were 0. R. Dinsmore, ' terday. Aden arrested Fourre Sun- lwa REQUIRES-Oi linndé’pnrt Youth Slaughter Of Shel fly, ( . Woman Returns» ., ‘ ‘ Thai. pleased inc-k you ‘y 1 .rs W noted on Mrs. Ethel F13, " ' Recrul Tacoma. Oct. 22.77777Gcorgc l'. . C,.,PI‘,.I.O}(,L boukkeppen is H g Sheridan, state administrator of; we fact that hm. daug the National Youth Pldll‘ilnlfitl'ari30114114an Dr. and My; Norvold, have come West the following year: PROVIDED! HOWEVER, that before the hold-I . T 1 er of the Clam fanner licenseltlon, announced today that lumi— tual survey thereof . . . . sta may take or sell clams or mus— ! ard Ammerman Ot‘HOQdSPOTtNh‘fs ‘ their permanent home a ‘ i' ion with sels from any such tidelands such 3, Oblallmd ,emploxmofit “1,916 ‘fvmfifl ill-k?! Fie‘v’er‘ll B’PSI’SV m4); tg drive i holder must file with the Director bwldlllg minim-V éOiIOVYI‘lg 3"0‘ W" Will!“ N015" h ~m8'. A s< of Fisheries a location map f.’ caperiencc at the Seattle LCSldG’lll,‘ tm up; the ‘Umv‘mmtyn Well said tidelands made from an arc-21”“,JSCF- .. m . ‘9‘. dental Emmi 3“ I ClVlC gm ‘ ,, .mle at the resultant inmost, years of dental rthe need .. . work experience is secured in wci- ; work in Nfinncapn‘ i zany 1121 V2 MY: Hasken suggeStS that 093? e ding, machine operation. forgo and , in orthodontia or st- 1 , {be-311g u merelal clam farmers here obtain other types of work. In cooper l teeth. increasir'» 3 COPY 0f the new laws govern' ; tion with vocational school autilo ‘ 13,-. and Mrs... Nm-void ‘ y- mart: ing conservation of shellfish. The . was related training ,5; ‘ . [went visitors in shell W 3,1;de intent 0f the new seCtioni _Sa.VS l in such specific aircraft deft, , they wpnt to the Middle ,3 this the FisherieS Departmentv 15 '50 occupations as riveting. bllcking,lem1years ago "ted out i permit state protection to those “sub-assembly, aircraft sheet mot~i ‘ persons owning private beachesial, and engine maintenance. The but not wishing to exploit them ' youth receive $30 a month from for commercial purposes and also which 3.18 is deducted for boo.ch to permit . persons owmng clam and room and medical and dental beaches and wishing to- exploitgcare. I ’ at . them commercially may upon Information concerning the Na- ‘ complying with the provisions of tional Youth Administration may; Mary M. Knight, be obtained from Roy Thompson“ the new law be exempt from any , Y ' _ , '_ \YA area youth personnel officer, l, ‘ ls and re ulatlonswof the D1 ii 1"“ e g SAL, 0C ' nov TooLE'5 rector of Fisheries concerning the 903 Washington building, Tacoma, Tacoma Orcheita . t-lize said or from the local Washington; I r 3;“; SESCthgriynrigizciifiyA IState Employment Service Of», Motorists Find for medical attention ‘ Are Costly Acts;l Four motorists discovered it; doesn't pay to fracture the motor code when State Patrolman Cliff‘ Aden is in the vicinity in the past few days. It took some sleuthing on Ad— en’s part to=apprehend one of his victims but he “got his man" in the end. It started when Dave, Spear? of Olympia crowded too[ close to Dale Johnson of Seattle,- the latter driving a moving van loaded with furniture early Sun— day morning. Johnson gave chase .~»and Aden chased both them. Aden won, but as he flagged down Spear on Alder street Johnson turned off on a side street and momentarily escaped. Spear was charged with negli- gent driving and fined $25 and costs, with $10 suspended, by Jus- tice W. A. Magoon. In the mean- time, Aden searched for John- son’s truck and finally found it‘ parked on a downtown street, so he removed the distributor cap and left a note saying where it could be recovered. Johnson post- ed $12.50 bail on a speeding charge which will be heard next Saturday. I A fine of $50, of which $25 was suspended, and a 30-day suspen— sion of his driver’s license was meted out to E. P. Fourre of Shelton on reckless driving charge before Justice M. C. Zintheo yes—- . ficc. i Q -_ _____...___._____ [Spouse HOSPITAL PATIENT helton Jack Johnson of Potlatch Route. iwas admitted to Shelton hospital-Z , 1, Ladies 27c: Gents 53¢” . 85* (including v- i 5.53.“ w Sometimes after you answer my bell, the call is trans- ferred to an exten- sion and I am left "off the hook.” At times books, ash- trays- and other things hold me up. When I am left "off the 1100 ” your number shows ' “busy” at the cen- tral office. People ‘ can’t telephone you until I am back in placc'f , I like to work for you. Please keep me on d ' day morning after a minor acci-. dent on Alder street. Joe Andrews, Skokomish In— dian, was fined $10 and costs by Voffice engineer of the state high-t ]way department, who talked on: imine—to-market roads, Prestoni Macy, superintendent of the Olym- ‘ pic National Park, Oscar Wahl-l gren. and A. A. Fletcher, Forks; O. K. Linscott, Hoodsport; Char- les E. Smith, Elma and Carl Neal, National Park. Resolutions Received 9 The ten resolutions passed at the Sequim meeting were, in brief, as follows: I l 1. Asked state to do diamond ‘ drilling. I and other work to prove tonnage of Penin- sula manganese ores. l 2.'Asked state assistance in es-‘ Itabllshment of custom plant forl extraction of manganese fromi . l Peninsula ores. 3. Asked Department of Inter- ior for funds to maintain and ex- tend Olympic Park trail system and present stub roads. 4. Endorsed Cascade Agate Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Fitts were Pass‘01ympic Highway SyStem- guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs.1 , Ernest Prince of Elma. Mr. and Mrs. V. M. Hawk 0f Skokomish Valley spent Thurs- day evening at the Maldor Lund-l quist home. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Simmons of Shelton, and Mrs. Ralph How- ard of Brooklyn, Wash, were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. J. vM. Peterson. . d . f Mr an Mrs Arthur Beclglod!Western Washington Olympia were calling on friends day. Mr. Chas. Geddes is Spending his vacation in Boise, Idaho, with- his father, Joseph Geddes, who has passed his ninety-first birth- day. Mrs. Elida Barnes spent Fri- day evening at the J. M. son home. Mr. and Mrs. PIE. Ball spent the weekend _,on, Hood Canal at the home of Mr. and Mrs, R. P Anderson of Minerva Park. Mr. and Mrs’. J. M. Peterson were in the community Sun‘l Peter- ; 5. Praised Keystone Harbor Commission for successful comple- ltion of its promotion of the pro- Ject. l 6. Asked that legislation be I passed to require a permit to ga- ther cascara bark. 7. Requested elimination of the Snider Ranger Station ‘bottleneck’ on Olympic Highway.” _ 8. Recommended establishment of a grazing demonstration in 9. Thanked Sequim community , for hospitality. ! 10. Favored legislation for the lcontrol of oleomargine and other ! butter substitutes. The next meeting of the League will be held at Hoodsport, on January 19 and the Hoodsport Commercial Club will be host. 0PM? Official Speaks In Olympia Wednesday All industrial, commercial and agricul ural leaders in Mason : I l supervisor of the Olympic, i . exploration 3 charge of operating a car without‘ 1 Justice Magoon Saturday on at ‘ l its proper license plates. Frida and Saturday Spices H CIDER Bring your jug MEDIUM SIZE GRADE callers at the Claude Hanlon home Sunday evening. ‘ Mr. and Mrs. Beverly Borden of Olympia, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. J. LaPage. Anyone interested in sewing fOI‘l Count are invited by the Olym—‘ pia Chamber of Commerce to at» tend a luncheon meeting next: Wednesday noon and hear William l D. .Shannon, O.P.M. priorities di-‘ vismn manager for the Northwest. : Eggs ‘2doz. FIREWEED OR CLOVER the Red Cross is requested to meet at the home of Mrs. J. M. Peter- son on Thursday for an all-day meeting, starting at 10 am. Pot-l luck lunch will be served at noon. A letter of invitation was re- ceived today by Secretary Harold Lakeburg of the Shelton Chamber‘ of Commerce, pointing out that Mr. Shannon has a message which “ all leaders should hear. I Reservations for the luncheon Annual Grays Harbor will be placed by either Mr. Lake- : .Poggie Show Oct. burg. or President Ed Faubert of the Shelton Chamber and. should; be made by Tuesday. l l With seven acts of top line vaud- eville, including two exotic, Orl _____. fan dancers, the Grays Harbor ' M. , '- Poggie Club, of Aberdeen, WilllE To lee. , stage the largest sportsmen'sl F11" Time To Fll‘m‘ meeting of Washington this year; The 01 1 . i when they hold their annual club. L t ympla Brewerys loss was: Show on the night of OctoberI that"? on Lumber companyys gal"! 29th.. The program is replete with I piéi’le‘g’fegmgxfi 12f faggg‘rfiéral afigugfiegorxgtgtagorpagé; how i as an engineer since its founding President John Keys stated yes- legf‘i’d r‘fiségnfd fhi'S P9Siti0n .50 terdfiy that any sportsman who the Sh Ito b0? ull time With carries a card showing that he 15 t e n “5111658 he and Mrs. affiliated with a Washington Lag; on f?anage- i sportsmen’s organization, will. be at ti§iurige¥2 Lawton Will, be Evelcomghflllélt nigglt' Delegafif’ffifl each day to assigflfll: 212:8 mm l e on, ympia, 1n ,‘ _‘ I - Montesano, Raymond and South’ tomers 1“ workmg out their build- Bend’will attend the meeting. “g and COQStruction problems. i l i I i ~ fr: Honey 5 CANNED Milk 48 cans Apple Butter at. 25¢ a,“ Pepper it. 2% CRANBERRY Sauce: Syrup 5-l I-lts. I tarrols 53“. l GAL. ______________ ‘_ SHOPPING BAG FULL “1212131318 Manges tag 2 or ------------ H LARGEi'cmsp HEADS ‘ fBORENE lfizlf'ff.-..,2 l ............ .. Appes tax 4...... __________ 19¢ celery up.» Pearls ofrlg; PKG ............... -- p: 550 W531??? " set s, 2 Cans .......... -- .- TOILET Sag Assorted Cd in t. can 4:3