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-w.. Page Four Mrs. D. R. Pittenger’s from Walker’s Funeral Home in Tenino. Father Dies in Tenino! Thomas Barker, father of Mrs.- D. R. Pettinger of Shelton, died at his home in Tenino after an illness of several years. Funeral services will be held Saturday American factories in the last four years have turned out more than a million electric kitchen ranges of 21/2 and over. Journal W'ant-Ads—phone 100 AM THEATRE Xmas Seal Buying Patriotic Act In To Dr. Donald G. Evans of Se-l attle, Director, State Department |of Health, the purchase of Christ~ imas seals, which finance the vol- untary work against tuberculosis Census figures indicate that seems a patriotic act. “requires that no one needlessly become civil population has never been more important than it is today, and though other and heavy de- mands are made upon us, we must not relax our efforts to maintain a. high standard of health among our citizens. “Tuberculosis,” “is a problem that must be con- sidered in such a program. a disease that can be prevented. In the early stages it ' Opinion of Doctor‘ HOODSPORT SUNDAY SCHOOL AND CHURCH SERVICE Sunday school service at ten o‘clock. Church service at eleven o‘clock each Sunday. Richard Bates of Tacoma is in charge. said Dr. Evans, Patriotism," ill. The health of the ST. DAVID’S EPISCOPAL CHURCH Rev. Thomas J essett, Vicar. Services 7:30 p. m., Sunday evenings, Memorial Hall. he concluded, It is THE METHODIST CHURCH Rev. B. W. Maulden, Pastor. can be Shelton, VVash., Oct. 26, ’41 SHELTON’ WASHlNGTON .CuFed’ EaCh yéar films a“? 9245 Church School. raised by the tuberculoms organ 11.00 Morning Worship. Sela Two shows every night izations through the sale of men: “The Christian Witness... Starting at 7:00 P. M. Matinee 2:15 P. M. Sunday Tonite Only TWO FEATURES: “CRACKED NUTS” Stuart Erwin ——- Una Mirkel Plus: “DU DE COWBOY” Tim Holt Friday - Saturday Adolph Menjou Gloria Swanson ‘ “FATHER TAKES A WIFE” l l Sun., Mon., Tues. ‘ I ERROL PLYNN -—-— FRED MacMURRAY “DIVE BOMBER” Ralph Bellamy —— Alexis Smith Coming! Stage and Screen Show NEXT THURSDAY CHIEF WHITE—EAGLES and Indian Troupe Special 2 Reduced l DRESSES 1.50 & 2.00 Every one a Bargain. iChristmas seals to bring these ifacts to the attention of schools and the public. chase of seals will help protect isome home from this unnecessary illness and make your own safer." The sale begins November 24 and is sponsored in the state by the Washington Tuberculosis As- sociation and its affiliated county leagues. Next Sunday morning Olive Lutheran Church will hold the Fall Mission Sunday 11:00 a.m. crest chapel on the highway. The Senior Choir will make its initial appearance for this winter season. Because of the fine church at- tendance, have to be added in the chapel. The evening every Sunday are enjoying a fine response, also. The pastor is in the church of- fice every morning from eight to twelve; come in at any time. } Fall Mission Sunday Men will choose this comfort- able jacket for its colorful ‘plaid. its handy zipper front, and its two large ,ro'omy slash’ pockets. MenSHToP coats Tops in style and 7 :30 Epworth League. the Your pur- SHELTON BAPTIST CHURCH J. 0. Bovee, Pastor. Sunday school at 9:45 a.m.# Lowell Powers, Supt. Classes for all ages. Worship service at 11 am. B.Y.P.U.’s Junior, Intermediate and Young People at 6:15 pm. All young people welcome to these serVices. Evening service at 7:30. Con— gregational singing, special music- al and vocal numbers. Gospel message. If not worshiping else- At Mt. Olive Church Mount with the U. R. Welcome. . in the Hill- ' . services The growth of radio' commu- nication for commercial purposes is indicated in Census Bureau fig- ures which show the annual pro- duction of commercial receiving sets grew from 110,182 units in 1937 to 30,474 units in 1939. several new pews will services at 7:00 Within a generation, the radio grown from commercial infancy value of radios at the factory, ac— cording to the Census Bureau. NOTICE Anyone wishing to hire a Union Carpenter, please call JIM RUCH, 409-W, Business Agent for Car- penters Union. - Wyoming, sufficient area reported for each farmer to have a tract of 1,866.2 acres. a ISES cons ‘ ~ $16-50 Fur trims and plain. Rich plaids and herringbone weaves. Make it a point to see these right away! For‘Business, Sports, Casual Wear SPORT. FELTS v 1.49 The girl who watches her bud- get . . . or wants several hats . . . will welcome these fine new felts ! A grand new variety of snap brims. rollers, and round crown styles . . . with ribbon or felt laced trimming. Gay new fall shades. Lovely, New Pebble Grain SATIN GOWNS Jean Nedra .7Dresses 3.98 Crisp ’wiu'cr air demands its own new styl-‘s l Choose yours from our smart new selection of fresh designs! You may want a street frock with ihv sol't tailoring so i popular now . . . or a sleek sports L dress . . . or a dressy frock with ' fine feminine touches ! You‘ll find Just when you want right here. See them today ! M E’N’S ALL-WOOL runner. smn'rs 3.98 In warm plaids. Twozip pockets. Sizes 15-17. other Part-Wool SHIRTS .............. .. 2.98 Men’s Plaid Cossack JACKETS 2.98 - ., Lakes comfort. l l 1 “Probation after Death" is the tiently waited for the “city slick— ‘ Thursday. Mr. Woodworth, with 1 gen, visited at the igubject of the Lesson—Sermon‘ers" to drive the big four—point; his son Art. and daughter Bea, l and Mrs. K. Simmons which win he read in 311 Church- ‘5 buck out of the thicket. They 5 recently moved from Pctlatch to and Wednesday. 95 of Christ, Scientist, Sunday, did. It weighed about 170-lbs. i their new home at Happy Hollow i they. with their hostess, Mrs. Sini— october 26, ‘ Not to be outdone by the old- i on Hood Canal. Mr. lK’oodworth , mons and her daughterfirovc tUi Golden Text. “Take heed‘sters, Orvil Orcutt and Johnny had been an employee of theiConcretc where they called at the l l l l where, join .us in these. services.' industry in the United State; has . to a 275 million dollar adult. This ‘ figure is the annual production l the Census shows,. leads all the States in the average i size of farms in 1940. There was, iwhile it is called To day“ (Hebr. 3212,13). Among the. citations w h i c h ‘ We shall 4 as i 5 l $3 CHRISTIAN SCIENCE brethren, lest there be in any of you an evil heart of unbelief, in departing from the living God. But exhort one another daily, comprise ‘the Lesson-Sermon is the following from the Bibleu .“Behold, I Show you a mystery; not all' sleep. but we shall all be changed. In a. mo— ment, in the twinkling of an eye, at the last trump: for the trumpet shall sound, and thc dead shall be raised incorruptiblc, and We shall be changed" (I Cor. 15-5152). | “Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures” by Mary Baker Eddy: “We know that all will be. changed ‘in the twinkling of an eye,’ when the last trump shall‘ sound; but this last calf of wis-‘ dom cannot come till mortals have already yielded to each lessor call in the growth of Christian char- acter. As death findcth mortal man, so shall he be after death .until probation and growth shall effect the needed change” (p. 291:5-9;23-25). Gray Expostulates On Hunting, Music By G. (J. Gray Hoodsport, Oct. 20. Did you ever try to tune in on some nice, quiet sacred music early on Sun— day morning? If so, you no doubt say, some women must be awfully fond of children to raise a jazz orchestra leader. The big shots from the big cities have been hunting in this vicinity for two weeks. The lo~ cal good shots will go out and get their buck this week. The 10- cal men who wanted venison got their buck the first days. Bob Yenter shot the largest buck in town. Clarence Robinson got the only albino buck in.,this' vicinity. Howard Lockwood of the Hoodsport Lumber Co., made .on a stump in a clearing and pa— ;have returned from a 10-day trip I And Other 'l‘hings: ’Helenius, manager of the _SHELT0N:MASQN;»CQHNT¥JQURNM)... - .. ._ :Dewatto, Tahuya lEarly Potlatch Area Producing Share Of Bucksi Dewatto, Oct. 21.7rSunday a.in..l Dan Orcutt early took his place and Don Huson of Tahuya, took to the woods 3. morning or two later and before school time, Johnny shot a bigger one than Dan's. Bud Spilman and son, Bert; to Eastern Washington. They: visited Bud’s daughter. who is in business in Coulee City, then drove . north through the Republic and, San Poil River country. Bud says the big dam nearing comple- tion and a comparatively small number of men are now engaged. D. A. Orcutt, who has tracts with C.M.C. Logging C0,. COX".- The Lesson—Sermon also' in- to boom logs at Dewatto and: cludes the following passages from Holly, had a sore on his hcci l the Christian Science textbook. which got so bad that it af—l fected the whole leg. Upon go-i ing to the Bridge Clinic doctan at Bremerton, he was informed‘, that it was blood poison, but I'éSt l, and proper treatment should cor- rect the trouble shortly. { Mrs. Anne King went to Taco-’ ma on Thursday to visit her par ents, Mr. and Mrs. York. Shr returned Saturday night witl‘ Mr. Ted Swanson of Tacoma, whr came out to hunt with Dick King Results of effort unknown. Mrs. Marguerite Cunningham after entertaining her neblnzu: all week, went to Shelton Satur- day to have the imprci-ision taker Ifor bridge work on her teeth. The grader got part way if here again last Friday, but wt only saw the county trucl: LIO'WI. this way. The. mud and chuck ‘ holes are still here. Mrs. C .E. Williamsdcft Friday to spend a month or six weeks with her daughter, Mrs. L. C Hamlin in Seattle. She went in with Mrs. Marion Burt. 1 Fine List Of New Jobs Available To The Washington State Employ-i , ment Service is still enrolling men ' for free government training in shipyard and aircraft work. Alice I local ‘ ioffice, states that this is a won- the best shot. He made a five hundred yard shot. to damage the meat or hide, thel [bullet pierced one eye and out through the other one, quite; a strain on the gun. .23. one of our high-up sportsmen always goes east of the méun- ‘tains for his buck. After shoot- ing all his cartridges at a moving; tumbling-weed and couldn’t pur- chase any more there, he came home. Just as he crossed «the Mason-Thurston County line, -he ran over a two-point;‘ buck find .«broke his back, then shot it. ,All we got-‘Was the liver fer not men— tioning his name. 1'. We don’t care for venison, but got a nice, fat cub. During open l season the bear is killed in most I any position. This bear was shot as he .jumped de fence and he 1 fell over de fence. During closed season most bear are shot in self defense. Lester Dickinson of the Stair- case Camp, and a bull elk looked daggers at each other a couple Dickinson was in a Hemlock tree , and the bull on the ground. We have a new ranger at the Staircase now to see that no one harms the elk, but can’t call,his name just now. He has taken , over the duties of Mr. Marsh who is now teaching botany at :the U. of W. We had a lot of botany ‘gipwing in our garden but grub- ‘bed :it up. Thought that it was brush and weeds. .. John Cox of the Geological Survey, who is erecting a water gauge on the‘ Skokomish River near the Stairca so, expects to have Jthe work completed by November lst: The new real estate office. at’ Hoodsport which was erected'for Mr. Stetson of Stetson’s Resort near Brinnon, will be open for business soon. Some bright man once said: .“The best investment on earth was the earth itself." Most anyone knows that if the earth is located in Mason County. Down in Missouri is a German community called Dutch Town. A man by the 'name of Adolph lost a calf and posted the following lnotice on a church house dear: "‘I loose. me a calf. He’s a heifer calf. He’s a bob tail calf. A long as a piece of rope. Has a spot on his side next to the fence. He’s a bell that goes spink, spank. spinkA—Any body who ties the ' dog loose chase the calf home lbehind the dog. Give me five dollars. My name is Adolph. I live a mile under the Dutch Town bridge.” Now, if you understand this you can easily understand the war situation in Europe. Thanks, call again, G. C. Gray. Rev. Hovda Coming ; To, Shelton Baptists Final arrangements have been I made to bring to the Baptist Church of Shelton for special meetings Rev. Clifford Hovda, pas- tor, evangelist and Bible teacher- Rev. Hovda will begin his ser- vices Sunday evening, November“ l 2, at 7:30, and will conduct Ser- vices for two weeks each night at 7:30, except Saturday. These meetings will be conduct- ed in a way that should bring a spiritual blessing to the entit‘e community, and all are invited to participate. Those who are finot now'i'Christians are urge tolvat~ tend and give God a, chance t0 become real to you. J. O. BoVee. pastor. ' “M of pm— Not wanting l of hours one day last week. Mn] derful opportunity for men ‘tween the ages of 18 and 40 to; 19’ ercceive training for defense pro—‘1 gram industry, and that pcrsonsl who are interested in this work; .should contact the Employment! [Office in Olympia and register asl 'soon as possible. ‘ l Mrs. Helenius states that they 'have a fine list of new job open— . ings this week, and applicants will be interviewed daily regarding these openings. The following list will show the nature of the job openings that are now being re— ceived: A salesman for men's clothing and haberdashery can be r_,__ i l ***‘k‘ 1 were raised and grew to maiur 'plncafl light away in ‘starts at $32 Seekers of Work;.’.’. Climaxing Its Greatest Year, Its 31W elm/124! [chew/near! Proud to Be Doing Our Part weekend. Resident Moves of , Mr. and Mrs. Bill Smith enter-i v tained Mr. and Mrs. Gus Skerbinii Skokomish Valley and of Po‘tlatch. Mr. and Mrs. Bud Mrs. Everett, were guests ""_ jEdmiston of Shelton on Sunday, 'Simmons Monday even '8 A- M- TO Mr. and Mrs. Neil Simmons and: Mr5~ Rodgeburg was ’re ff" t ____>__ son Mickey, drove to Puyailup,l0f_1“1rs~ DICK 0f ' " By Elizabeth nusgmml jwhcrc they spent the weekend. FrldaY . Here Potlatch, Oct. John Wood—g worth was a Potlatch caller on i daughter Judy, of Medford, Ore~ lhome of Mrs. Wills. Mr. Children of Phoenix Logging Co., for 39 years. coming here in the early days ofI the company and continuing in its service until its final activ— ities were finished. In this community his child Shelton. mons home. 1 Mr. and Mrs. Pctc .V" and one and a half years ago I t— , latch friends and neighbors share .. his grief at the passing of ihc 1 7.”. a l Bil-pound buck. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. DeFord and} home of Mr. Tuesday I On Wednesdayi and Mrs. Jim Simmons andi enjoyed a pleasant weekend at the K. Sim~ Visor of , Morton, were visiting Mrs. Anna Smith during the weekend. While‘ they were here, Mr. Viser baggcdl ‘Winko’ Lead ‘ Battle §a Tacoma, Oct. 23.—--. Washington Intercolle .‘ 7 once football king may ted in Bellingham Sa ' ‘ when undefeated PaCi tackles unbeaten bu? . Western Washington " Say It 2 They Bring 00., and Happirle" nions. Mrs. Hale won second if honor and Mrs. Reader l'eccivccll the galloping goose. Miss Florence larland of Ta- coma spent the weekend at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. Lannii ' Mr. and Mrs. Hale have turned from their trip back Grand Coulee l‘lai'n this; work. Mr. and Mrs. Stan Pierce and l0 their two children (in e over from Seattle. They V 1 Mr. and Mrs. Frank Peal-m: uwr the a tlirivmgc city in the State. of Wasliir“ton. A man experienced in all li' ' men's clothing. and under 30 years of age is preferred. a week. for a liflcilflt'il another opening; pharmacist in a small town not ‘ar from Olympia. An out of state person who has been issued. a temporary license would be ac- ceptable for this opening. . ‘. Other job openings include a junior tabulating machinc op rn-‘ tor . . . experienced aircraft Work ch . . an automobile body rz pairman . . . a furniture i'ini‘l a stove repairman . . . inists . . . draftsmen . . . carpen- ters for Alaska . . . a construction inspector and- a safety inspector. Mrs. Helenius reports that ihc‘y' have a number of 'ordcrs for wo- men workers. including house— keepers, maids and day workers. There is an opening for a girl . stenographcr who desires some experience and who is willing to ‘ work for a small salary while learning. These are actual job openings, at the Employnient,Scrvicc now, and are only samples of the open- ings to be found daily at the , Olympia office. Their address is , 522 Capitol Way. An Employ- ment Service representative will. be at the Court House in Shelton each Tuesday. Information re- garding training and job openings will be gladly furnished anyone , fl who contacts him. 9 T1 . . improved—is su yo eyen exceed in beau ) vious Ponuacs. o Vital engine pans are unchanged for 1942. Capacity crowds have filled Churches and Audito; many places to hear his stirring mess Prophetic news of today and up-to-date analysis ing events and their consequences and relation "i MM Presents ' A h with the things you’ve always liked ‘ —mewnewmm/- ed Ride—even fur: e . Fisher equal in qua. ny— any pre- AVAILABLE AS A SIX 0R AN EICII'I‘ IN ANY,MQ THE F‘NE CAR WITH‘ THE_ LOW PRICE—GENERAL M010” 317 s. First St. Two complete plants . . . over 426.000 square feet offioor space. . . thousands ofskilled crafts- men—that‘swliatPomiacisdevotingtoNational Defense. Pontiac‘s lob is the production of a new type of rapid-fire cannon for the United States Navy—a _weapon which naval experts say . . .. . . . 15 me most effective ofits 5126 ever produced.” Pontiac is doing its pan—and doing it well! You are in for a mighty pleasant surprise when you see and drive « the 1942 Pontiacs. In a year when quality and long life mean more than ever to buyers, Pontiac has given you a 1942 you’ve always liked in the‘great Pontiacs of the past, but also one that is actually 15 way; better than last year’s sensational success! SHELTON MOTOR co. 1:. B. DICKEY, Prop. model that not only offers you the things faithful wife and mother, mm." M,“ Judv Brigg... of 32.0mm“ . i IVIEUd WOOdVVOI'Ill. 1 ton is Staying at ‘the hon—y) Of her. '3 47; The departure of this well ,grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. F. HOSPITAL Boua f: E“ known family mm‘ks a milestonc l G. Briggs for the week. Delivel'ed anyWhere' V. f in the history of Hood Canal and l Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Drake I ' I 1 ' 9”“ 0 the best wishes of many friends: moved from Potlatch to their own ‘. Re can go with them to their new home. i l'iome in Belfair Sunday. Shelton Hardwal'e 7, ‘_ oliters are The Potlatch Social Club held?K Mr. Ncwmarh, of California has Phone 232 ‘w ple thos their meeting at the home of Mrs. l ' Jacobson Tuesday afternoon, with _. _ ’W ’ . 3 Mrs. Jacobson as the hostess. Two 1 'r i yadeqi tables of contract were plavcd, : hoUse high score going lo Mrs. J. Sim- , ‘ y fire. bul ' 01%. wind . rds. A .i vpersonalp "' ‘h’figage, lui Collectic Y. there ‘4” Certain 3 <_ e and d ' ,":' lslull I Prophetic N «due: :2 . Commenta 3‘"ch ' r cOnsult us Evangeli and u Peoples of our day. 0 Travel of the starshif reduced 30 percent. , 0 Despite increu‘se’dlcos‘zh 3“ gas and mi economy I: the ‘0 for 1942‘ Pontiac front have been increased in size '3 now triple-sealed. . DEL" Can yOu understand now Why: new 1942 Pontiacs represc“ quality achievement? And W already the choice of tho buying not for this year all)!“ years to come, if need be? See these new Pontiacs (Qd forget Pontiac is still prlFr dollars more than lowest: