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November 6, 1941     Shelton Mason County Journal
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l I l lEmployers C To Hire Soldiers Released By Age All employers in Washington, especially those who have press- ing need for additional help, should immediately list their employment needs with their nearest state em— ‘ployment office to facilitate the : proper placing of Washington men [who are being relieved from ac- )tive military duty, Walter J. De- lLong, state director of selective iservice, said today. i “All cases of unemployed Wash- lington ex-service men or those who desire new jobs are referred by selective service local board reemployment committeemen to the state employment office,” he said. “This facilitates cooperation with employers to make intelligent distribution of this additional man- power for national defense pro- duction. The first and important .obligation of the employer, how- :ever, is that he advise his nearest .state employment office fully as Ito his employment needs." Director DeLong pointed out that while the law makes it manda- tory for an employer to restore a returning soldier to his former position or a position of like ’seniority, status and pay, many men who are completing terms of service in the regular army, lnavy and marine corps, as Well las selectees, were unemployed iwhen they began their military service. To expedite proper plac- ing of these men, he\ said, the selective service reemployment 'program has been amplified by arrangements to establish “refer- iral offices” in army camps to ‘interview men whose records in- ;dicate they may be useful in the lpriorities divisions of national de- A Rich in quality Moderate in price High in style . . . LUXGRN 'Rez. U. S. Fat. 05. TOPO0ATS of the famous Worumbo fabric . . lightweight, warm, datable 0 Don’t forget to specify Match the features of a Luxora topooat with those of any other topcoat in this price field. How many coats can boast a fine fleece fabric that's a secret blend of hair and wool . . . that is light in weight, yet warm . that is wrinkle-resistant, shape- retaining and extremely durable v- .7. that is water-repellent and lined with Earl-Glo? Tailored by Clothcral't in the correct models and sizes to give every man a perfect fit. $29.50 $32.50- l i 1 best value for your money. o I DANCE SHELTON VALLEY Sponsored by | Shelton Eagles BOBBY SHUNACK’S MUSIC MASTERS SAT., NOV 8 Admission 25¢ —— Tax 5¢ Total 30¢ per person Dancing 9:30 to 1:30 i l l l i l i l Al’s Vitality Bread, the I, sue... 1st Aid Classes l Started, 4 To Go Eleven Red Cross first. aid classes are now being conducted in Shelton and Mason County by the new lay instructors who were qualified in a special advanced Red Cross first aid class recently conducted here, while at least ;three, and possibly more, other classes will be getting under way within the next week. Three classes are being in- structed at Camp 5 with Mrs. Bernice Price, Mrs. Edith Leveit, and Mrs. Jessie Lord as instruct— ors. Two classes are being in‘ structed at Belfair by Mrs. Laura Culbertson and Mrs. Everetta Baldwin, and single classes at Kamilche by Orville Spinharney with the Kamilche Grange as sponsor, at Matlock by Laurel Nelson with the Ladies Club as IClub as sponsor. now under way, Mrs. Anna Paul- son conducting one with members of the Red Cross VVomen’s Motor Corps, Mrs. Thora Spinharney conducting a semi-public class in private homes, and one at the McCleary Timber company Nelson and McI-Iughes. Soon to start are classes at the Olympic Plywood plant, at Dayton and two more in Shelton, one by Ralph Paulson for school bus drivers, janitors and teach- ers. and another by Mrs. Elmer Smith for the general public. A time and place for this latter class will be announced later. An instructors’ meeting has been scheduled for November 14, Walt Spinharney, Red Cross first aid chairman, announced to- day. All these first aid classes are conducted through allocations Red Cross roll call drive, which will be opening in Mason County ion Armistice Day, with S. B. An- dersorr‘ as general chairman. fense production Shopping Bag Full GRAPEFRIIIT onnners swan spins 4-lhs. 23c cinnamon . His. 35: mus box 1.29 GOGGAIWS.’ 2m 19¢= SQUASH pound iiiivdrifi 69c MATCHES Carton ........ .- Shopping Bag Full Milk 1 FANCY lakola PEAS CHALLENGER DOG FOOD BONNIE BEST TRIANGLE PANCAKE . 2 Mt. Vernon . MINCE MEAT 2-lhs. 2’90 TOMATO JlllOE 3cm 250 PEANUT BUTTER ql. 25¢: Pancake Flour No.10. 49c. 1/3 Gallon .......... .. WAX PAP‘IE' 125 _____________ u Ft. FIG BARS 13¢ case. 3.98 Lbs. ............. 4 cans 350 6 cans 25c l l i iRed Cross Has ll. from funds raised by the annual‘ l l l l l ; sponsor, and at Tahuya by Fran-l ces Huson with the Community1 In Shelton three Classes arelSloppy, stubby Pacific Lutheran l l by‘ l l l l A. .__. . STARTING ’EM YOUNG SHELTON-MASON COUNTY JOUR Retreats in FirstArmy ' Hauled behind a tractor, a 155 mm. gun of the 44th Division is shown in retreat during war maneu- vers of the First Army, in North and South Carolina. Battle was SIDELINE . SLANTS By BlLL DlCKlE l DISABLED 1 Stubby Homer Cooper, towhead— l, ed ex-Highclimber football andl basketball ace, probably won’t be able to see very much heavy ac-; tion this Friday evening when St. Martins College tackles Western Washington College in a Winkol league grid melee at Olympia. Cooper suffered a. sprained ankle while the Rangers were posting their surprising 20—0 i upset victory over Central Washington last weekend. The Rangers are beginning to. romp now and expect to find. a near-record crowd on hand to watch their efforts against Bell—~ ingham, beaten only by the noted Pacific Lutheran Swedes so far this season. NOTHING IN NAME ‘2 Maybe there's nothing in a name, but announcers either call him “Sloapy” or make an ex- planation when they introduce Don senior guard. During the Pacific Lutheran— VVestern “'ashington game the field announcer cried out: “That play was stopped by Sloppy, and that’s his name, not a criticism.” Incidentally, same Sloppy who played with Olympia and Yelm in the Evergreen league in which Shelton sported a base- ball team a couple of seasons‘ back. he is the Al Ferrier, your bowling alleyi mogul, is starting ’em young at; learning the pin sport. He is now in the midst of organizing 21 jun- ior high school bowling league. which would perform on Wednes-I day afternoons after school. Four teams are in the process; of being formed, with some ofi Al's pinsctters as the nucleus of each lineup, providing the ex- perience and skill most of the; others lack. Lutheran Soloist To Sing at Local Church y-A Next Su‘ay evening, in thej 7:00 p.m. :vices, Rev. ‘vValther ‘metal work . . . craft r macist. NAIJ Maneuvers l l l l staged at Mt. Croghan, S. C. Opportunities For ‘ Employment Still Reckoning People The Washington State Employ- ment Service stated today that it! is still searching for qualified workers in a number of lines. At the present time there are defi-, vnite job openings for a dietician a radio repair- all for a college . . . man who is familiar with ‘typcs and makes of radios . . . an automobile body repairman who is competent in this type of sheet a detail drafts- man with experience in the air- industry a journey- man automobile painter a registered nurse to work in a 20l bed hospital . . . an experienced salesman to handle men’s fur- nishings . . This list is by no means complete, there are. other excel- lent work opportunities that are too numerous to mention at this time. Any young man who is interest- ed in receiving free training which will prepare him for work in the aircraft industry is urged to get in touch with the Olympia office; This of the Employment Service. course is given to young men be— tween the ages of 18 and 40 who are sound physically and have a desire to learn a trade in the aircraft field. Mrs. Alice Helenius, manager of the office in Olympia stated that there is an excellent open- ing for a young man who has had some experience as a mech- anical draftsman. Any women who might be interested in earning ex- tra money will have no difficulty in finding work by contactingl the Employment Service office. There is an urgent need for wo-l l l . l By Mrs. Gladys Irving l l County . a registered phar-, “Improvement Club Hosts At Belfair To Council Group Belfair, Nov. 5.7~The‘ Belfalr Improvement Club will be hosts of the Third District, at their next meeting, Friday evening, No— vember 7, at Belfair school. Commissioner C. L. Klicnfelter of Kitsap County has ldcfinitcly promised to be present, The ‘meeting will be at o'clock. This is adistrict meet- ing. Walter Massie was a Seattle visitor over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Morrison and Mrs. Chas. Irving were visit- ors Monday at Illahcc and Brem— crton. I Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wilson have a baby son born October 27, at Shelton, and Mrs. Nels |Johnson of Belfair Garage, is the proud grandma, her first grand- son. VVe believe she is passing .out the cigars these days, The baby's name is Ralph Robert. Mrs. Waiter Morrison was visiting her father and mother, iMr. and Mrs. Hyde, in Everett, Monday and Tuesday of this week, returning to Belfair Wed- nesday morning. Mrs. Gladys Irving and Mrs. Glen Harris visited Mrs. Robert IAngel on Tuesday of this week. Monte Bill Jones, seven—month- old son of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Jones, iwas on the sick list this week. Belfair is an air raid station, and a number of planes were cir- icling around and over here, in ‘spite of the dense fog of last l week. Mr. and Mrs. Nels Johnson went zto Shelton one evening.recently, zto call on their new grandson, ‘Ralph Robert. Mrs. Lucy Foster, who was gill all of last week with flu, is 4 back at work in the Belfair Fern- ery. ,Bird Season Closes } With 3 Days In Row i Three final days of upland bird } shooting occur in a row next Sun- 2 day, Monday and Tuesday to Wind Iup the eleven-day skip-date 1941 1 season. ' It is the only time during the season three consecutive days of shooting are Scheduled, and with to the Central Council of Clubs! eight] i l l l Switched To Harbori l l l 1941? any. . Thursday, November 6, , I] ASHE 7’ M i- lAIJVBUPNV G‘ lli—H 1:] giant??? A ' t; 0 (en < a a“ WoEoA. milk, 25¢ gallon. Binns' BOB” . Franklin. A, '\ Beth. V New Musu: Group H m-rm-—/—//.Ma... ewe-i . or the p; A new musical unit at Irene S. E ‘3’ bed ‘ Reed high school, a, mixed chorus. ; A N 0 T E C I .p ’: 3135:3219”, will make its public debut at next 3 Anyone wishing t0 “5‘ .1 artmoni‘. Monday evening‘s animal teach-l Union Carpenters, Pleaw ‘>00mpan\. ers' banquet staged by the Ma— call JIM R U C H. 409' ',rl)1ac'ejfi' Business Agent for Car". \ son County Unit of the W. E. A. penters Union. The chorus is directed by Ben; Hallgrimson. ‘ _._-.- L___.. ,-_,l __._-, a-.. The banquet will be held in the .. , ,. , social room at Irene S. Reed high school starting at 6:30 with stu-l dents in the home economics and Fred Ferris, Jr., of Mason (“asses under Mrs. Margaret Rig- County has been invited, and all am preparing Mid serving thC lresidcnts along the old highway, meal [ L 0 A N S iboth in Mason and Kitsap Coun— M-‘iyor William Stevenson Will‘ ‘- ity are especially invited to be :0 one of the program speakers, . [there to talk of surfacing thg while either Mrs. Pearl Wana- " 01d highway as soon as possible. i maker, state superintendent of a Convenient Terms. . education, or an official of the W. E. A., will be another. ~ State Patrol Clerk O Reasonable Rates , a N0 DELAY Harvey Greenwood, clerk at the State Patrol office here for the If, past two months, was transferred , 9:. to the State Patrol office in Ab- Mason County Savnl, a I erdeon this week. No other clerk . tion’ 1 i0: has been assigned to the office; L031] ASSOCla here as yet, so for the present at _ 37y.- least the local office will only bc‘ T't'e insurance Bldg open in the mornings. w I ,' u“ __...__f a; \ I ing Iii-win" w vane agitator' l .Any person who is actively . search of work is urged to regis— Gullixson, former soloist with thej Lutheran Hour male chorus, will sing “Beautiful Savior,” and "The; Lord’s Prayer.” After services, he will speak for ten minutes tell—I ing of the actual broadcast of: the Lutheran Hour as he saw iti many times. FINGERS LACERATED Emery Lindeman, employe of’ Rambo Logging company, was treated at Shelton Hospital to- day for lacerations on three fin—= gers of his left hand suffered when he caught them in the chain of: an electric power saw today. MARRIAGE LICENSE Robert V. Kaukl. 22. Fort Wor- den, and/ Louise C. O’Brien, 28, Port Townsend, applied for a marriage license here Wednesday» GRANDSON ARRIVES Mrs. J. D. Ahl of Hoodsport re- ports a new grandson in her fam- ily, a nine-pound, five-ounce ar- rival of November 3, born to Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Payne of Port- land, Oregon. SH ELH'ON, WASHINGTON Two shows every night Starting at 7:00 P.M. Matinee 2:15 P. M. Sunday Tonite Only BARGAIN NITE “THE BRIDE WORE CRUTCHES” and “THE GREAT “COMMANDMENT” Friday Saturday “MAN HUNT” Walter Pidgeon, Joan Bennett ,. Friday Saturday “THE BRIDE ' CAME C.O.D.” James Cagney, Bette Davies boys went for a hike at the far .end of the Skokomish valley try- two of them being holidays it will give upland hunters their best chance of the shortseason to get their birds, providing good weather prevails. Shooting hours are from sun- rise to four in the afternoon. men to work in the homes, ei- ther by the hour, day or month. in ter at the office in Olympia, lo- ca ted at 522 Capitol Way in Olym- pic, or to Contact a representa- tive of the Olympia office, who is in the Court Room of the Ma- son County Court House every Tuesday between the hours of 8:30 A.M., and 4:00 PM. How- Husky-Bear Tiff On KJR This Saturday l l A modern to the minute The annual football classic be- tween the University of Washing- Court House ton and the University of Cali- fornia is scheduled for next Sat— urday afternoon, November 8, at Berkeley, California. A complete over, Tuesday. November 11 being a legal holiday, this represent-l ative will be at the on Wednesday, November 12. will be given by Associated sport- be heard locally over Station KJ R, Seattle (1000 keys). ‘ NURSE IMPROVING Mrs. Rosie Post, Shelton Hos- pital nurse, is reported improving rapidly from a recent operation. Troop 25 Following are a few of the high spots in the doings of our troop during the last two weeks: Two weeks ago last Saturday fifteen boys took in the swim at the “.Y” in Olympia and had a swell time. The party was head- ed by our new Assistant Scout- master Glenn Stewart and there will be another in a few weeks. Last Sunday a week ago, Gor- don Smith, Bob Rose and Vern Stewart made an early drive to Lake Nahvdatz‘el working most of the day in clearing the trail to' the old Scout shack. And late in the afternoon the scoutmaster with his trailer and a few more boys “drove out also to get a View of the situation. We find it (the shack) in fairly good shape yet. This last Sunday eight of the ing to find a. lake about four miles up in the hills, but on acw count of wet brush the search was abandoned when they arrived at the Simpson R. R. tracks so they hiked down the track to Camp 3 and finished the day with a climb to the Lookout above the camp. Those participating were, John Eliason, Gordon Smith, Bob Rose, Rune Langland, Ray Cook, Robin Binns, and Gordon Hop— Land, air, with Vern Stewart in hls can—4E. S. WOMAN WOUNDS HAND Mrs. J. E. Barrett of Route 1 was admitted to Shelton Hospi- tal today for treatment of gun- shot wounds accidentally inflict- ed on her left hand this morning. ‘ HOSPITAL PATI’ENT Wilmot Barger, Rayonier em- ploye, was admitted to S h el t on HOSPltal fOI‘ medical treatment on Saturday. N MARRIAGE LICENSES ElEdmCJBnd Eldon Drake, 25, and i en ran. 20, both f ' Orchard, Oct. 30.‘ 0 PO” Fred Thomas Smith, 27, Shel- ton, and Georgia Frances Bliss, 17, Matlock, at Shelton, Oct. 31. 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