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November 6, 1941     Shelton Mason County Journal
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Page Four.-. JOURNAL Want Ads are used by scores of your friends ‘« $25.00 REWARB Will be paid by the manufactureii for any Corn or Callous GREAT, CHRISTOPHER C 0 P. N SALVE i cannot remove, It Never Fails. 35¢ and 60:: How? ' Pharmacy. Phone ‘ city council Tuesday, just a mat- THEATRE Shelton, Wash. Tonite Only 3 WHOOPEE NITE W MIDDLETON >1 The Story 0! a Woman gmgdcuu ‘ oases CARSON ' WALTER PIDGEON PICTURES and PLACQUES 1/3 OFF A Large Variety Gathered by Mr. Berg v H‘ :yrfi " i; CLOSE OUT! ! $2 RE-DUCEUOIDS For Reducing Forms of Fat and Superflous Weight Guaranteed to LOSE . 3-LBS. WEEK .......... STATIONERY 60% OFF. Many Beautiful Gift Items but Soiled Packages Force us to Practically GIVE THESE AWAYZI SERGEANTS Dog Remedies 60¢ size . . . . 49¢ Sundries 25c Carter’s leer Pills 25¢ Feenamint 25¢ Glycerine Suppositories ......... .. Epsom Salts (limit 25—lhs.) .159¢ 19¢ (best grade) ................ .. Steele’s .of the Skokomish river from E. ;Plerce County Taxation bureau. 1 buying the ,site only to protect , to Cushman power developments. 1Cost of a hatchery has been I the site’s purchase, any site pur- ‘ chase should be when and if the good there was no fish hatchery llaw when the present Cushman 'dam was built, and consequently no occasion to saddle the city with la $6,000 annual expenditure hatchery. r Religious Film Seen ‘ sons, among them many children, I last Tuesday ................. ..L_; 21¢ Special Cold , Tablets ........................ .. ' 50¢ Tooth Brushes . . 100 Aspirin 29¢“. Tacoma Buys Site For Hatchery 0n Skokomish River Tacoma, Nov. .5.AAn appro- propriation of $2,100 to buy a fish hatchery site on the south fork A. Peterson was passed by the tor of minutes before a letter of protest against the plan was pre- sented to the council by the The council-‘did not rescind its action, taking the stand it was the city incase a court decision at. sumo later date compels the city toierect a hatchery there, due estimated at $50,000, with an ad- ditional cost of $6,000 per year for maintenance. The protest, written by Karl B. Kellogg, said directors of the Taxation bureau felt nothing has been shown to prove urgency of south fork development is made, in addition to cost of the’ site and At Lutheran Church One hundred and sixty-five per— evening saw the film. “The Life of Christ," at Mount Olive Lutheran Church on Hillcrest, depicting the life of the Savior from the time of His birth to His ascension into hea- ven. ~ DEAR MOM : Please send me more of those swell cakes. The boys think you’re the world's best cook. I didn’t tell ’em you get all your stuff from . . . Shafer’s Bakery Aff’ly. Your Son, Private Joe Doaks SHEL-TQNMASON some; SMALLPOX VACCINA’l‘iON URGED BEFORE CHILDJS'IjAR’l‘S SCHOOL At this time every year, many parents are having their children vaccinated against smallpox, and many have done so before the child goes to school, Dr. S. P. Lehman, district health officer, pointed out today. This may be because people believe smallpox is a cold-weather disease. While it is reasonably more prevalent during the school months each year, it is possible to contract the disease during any time of the year. In discussing the subject he points out that it is generally agreed that everyone exposed or who is apt to be expOSed to small- pox should immediately be vacci- nated, but when living in a Well vaccinated community such as Shelton and Mason County, chil< dren are not apt to be exposed to smallpox and so the proper time to vaccinate is in the first year of life. Dr. Lehman points out that the advantages gained! by vaccination during infancy are: 1. The ‘.‘take" is apt to be mild« er, freer from complications and usually giVes rise to no incon- venience whatever. 2. It tends to make any subse- quent vaccination a much milder affair. 3. Protection against smallpox is gained for the preschool run~ about child. 4. The scar of an infantile vac-‘ cination fades more completely than the scar of primary vacci- nations in older children. One does not often hear of smallpox in Mason County and the City of Shelton today. and you may wonder why the Health Department is constantly recom- mending vaccination. The rea- son is perfectly clear. The large percentage of vaccinated people in this County prevent smallpox, but there is such a change and fluc- tation of ‘population that a con—, i Forrest (3) stant vigilance is required to keep the ever-increasing population va c- cinated. It is a well known fact that if we cease to vaccinate for smallpox. it again appears. Therc— . fore, parents, do your part and have your children vaccinated be- fore they begin school. Vaccina- tion is the one and only way to prevent smallpox and it is one of the simplest and safest operations known. The best procedure is to have your child protected against diph- theria by toxoid inoculation soon as he reaches the age of six as ‘ I EVENT months, and then two months la— ter have the child vaccinated against smallpox. If your baby or older children have not been vaccinated, do it now. Dr. Lehman, County Health of- ficcr, and Mrs. Florence Smith, public health nurse, will be in all rural school districts for the purpose of conferring this im- munization to those unable to have their family doctor perform this service. The November 12, 13, and 14. Garden Quintet Moves Farther In Front Of Circuit WOMEN’S BOWLING LEAGUE W. L. I’ct. Forrest Gardens ........ ..15 9 .625 Mason Cleaners .......... ..13 1] .542 Quality Cleaners ...... ..ll 13 .458‘ \Vcrbergcr “"mes . . . . . .. 9 )5 .375 High Scores Ga.mc-~-Frankie Frcdson 216. Total Frankie Fredson 521. Matches Monday Forrest vs. Quality. Mason vs. Werberger. Slim Frankie Fredson pounded the maple drives for the best in— dividual performances of Mon- day night‘s feminine bowling league matches as she paced her Forrest Gardens teammates to a triple triumph over last place Wer- berger Wines which allowed the rosebuds to skip a step further in front of the pack. Second place Mason Cleaners, meanwhile, dropped two games behind the garden girls despite an odd-game verdict over Quality Cleaners, achieved principally on the strength of Merna Mifflin’s average building trundling. The scoring: [Werberger‘s (0) Handicap 174: Handicap 390 Fra. Fredson 5211V. M'Conkey 360 M. Gerhardt 322lM. Kubik 387 M. Durand 396lF. Cormicr 322 ‘P. Stalcy 422lG. Pauley 663 E. Peterson 369lM. Stewart 387 689 774 741 2204l672 744 693 2109 Ma. Clean. (2) lQual. Clean (I) Handicap 174i ’Handicap 267 E. Smith 374lH. Ferrier 421 D. LaBarr 390iL. Stevens 377 M. Mifflin 477lM. Sparks 285 E. Robinson 437lG. Skelsey 373 I. Dodds 4071K. Allen 354 703 777 779 22591705 693 679 2077 We’re slashing prices right and left in order to clear the decks for New Christmas merchandise. Many of these items would make lovely Gifts and the prices are the best you can find! Come in and look around. Toiletries 79¢ Bath Salts, Gift Jar 49¢ Pound Talcum Powder...-. 10¢ ...... .. 14¢ 25¢ Talcum Powder 50¢ Almond and ‘Cucumber Cream _ 50¢ Camphor Ice Lotion 19¢ ...... .. 29¢ 50c Shave Lotion 50¢ Garden Court Face Powder COMPACTS $1.00 Toilet Water . 25¢ Borated. Baby Pwdr. . 9¢ , $1.39 Lucretia Vanderbilt .Pwdr. and Cologne .. 89¢ $1.00 Stationery 75¢ Stationery ....... .. All GIFT SETS at Half Price Lge. Stock Perfumes I/z Off FULL LINE OF Eastman KODAKS AT LOWEST PRICES CLOSE Nationally Advertised FACE POWDER—$1.00, Size .............. .. ...... .. 23¢ BEAUTIFUL 1 . 19¢ Drugs 50¢ Cough Syrup 27¢ Ephedrine Nose Dps. 19¢ 35¢ Chest'Rub .............. .. 29¢ 39¢ Anaglesic Balm .... .. 23¢ 25¢ Milk of Magnesia 14¢ 50¢ Phillips Milk of Mag. 37¢ $1.25 Bath Shower Spray 49¢ $1.00 Beef, Iron and ........ .. 29¢ Wine Tonic .............. _. 79¢ OFF 49¢ $1.50 Dynamic Tonic 79¢ All HOT WATER Bottles and Comb. I/é Syringes ................ _.OFF $1.00 Bath Brushes .... .. 69¢ Sanitary Napkins .. doz. 19¢ 50¢ Tooth Brushes ...... .. 100 ABDG & C Vitamin 9¢ _____ __ 49¢ Tablets $2.50 size 1.49 ..... .. 39¢ Steele’s Migraine Tablets ............ .. doz. 24¢ 75¢ Anacin .................... .. 59¢ CLOSE OUT Diamond & Putnam DYES 15¢ Dyes ........ .. 7¢ OUT RUSSIAN MINERAL OIL .. 25o PEN AND PENCIL SETS . $1.005 PENSLAR LAXATIVE GANDYIAND GUM ...... 506 SPECIAL COLD TABLETS .. 250 LIFEBUOY SHAVE CREAM $1.19 COD LIVER OIL .... .. .......................... .. pinta19c ..... 89¢ ...... .. 19¢ 49¢ . for 10¢ ............. .. 19¢ 2 for 33¢ Wave Set Witch Hazel Bay Rum Fitch’s Hair Toni: Glycerine‘ Rose Water Cigarettes Carton ...... .. $1.55 VELVET .................. .. 10¢ ROLL RITE, KEG LUXURY (reg. 1001).... 5¢ Items ' 10¢ Hair Oil Drugs . immunization 1 program will be concentrated on ‘ URN AL Commercial Club Elects. Anderson T 0 Hoodsport JobI By Yvonne Bartels Hoodsport, Nov. On Monday ‘ evening, the Commercial Club met in the Hoodsport Clubrooms for the election of officers for the coming year, starting January 1. Officers are as follow: Wally An— derson, president, succeeding Karl Linscott; William Daniels, vice- prcsident, succeedingVWally An- derson; Mrs. H. R. Dickinson, re- elected sccretary, and Myrtle Johnson, re—clected treasurer. A committee was appointed, con— :sisting of, Mrs. H. E. Lockwood, ch0 Johnson, and Mr. Will Lunt, to work on the idea of building la church in Hoodsport for our llocal Sunday school. Following the business meeting luncheon was served by the companion hostess- es, Mrs. J. C. McKicl and Myrtle Johnson. The Hood Canal Junior Wo- men‘s Club reports their Hallow-I le’en party held in the Hoodsport ' school last Saturday evening wasl a huge success. Games were played with William Goodpastor. taking first prize and Mrs. Claude I Wood winning the consolation prize. A delicious supper lunch of cider and doughnuts was serv- ed later. Those present were, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Kaare, Mr. and Mrs. William Goodpastor, Mr. and Mrs. Wally Anderson, Mr. andl Mrs. Ross Williams, Mr. and Mrs. Claude Wood, Mr. and Mrs. Cal Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. McClana-l han, and Dr. and Mrs. Lamberton. . Last week, in a quiet wedding ceremony taking place in Long- branch, Olga Ostreholm, of that city, and Fred Johnson of Hoods- port, were united in marriage,‘ leaving immediately after for a honeymoon trip to Soap LakeH Grand Coulee Dam. and Yakimai They returned Friday and haveu taken up residence in the house recently vacated by the Mark‘ .Adams. Mr. Johnson is an em- ploye of the D. H. McKay Log- 4 ging company. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Ayres, Sr. gave a buffet supper Sunday eve- ning in honor of their daughter, Lucille’s, birthday. Those pres- ent were, Lola and Charlotte Hill of Shelton, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hill and family. and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Ayrcs, Jr.. of Hoodsport. Earl Ayres. Mrs. Ed Burns and family who have been living in the Gerald IBurns house, are planning to move to Shelton this week. ' Howard Lockwood returned on Sunday from his flying trip east to visit his son-in-law and daugh- tei'~_,.,Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Shallen- bubger and Dale, of Norfolk, Vir- ginia. Mr. Lockwood reports that on his return trip the plane was grounded because of bad flying weather and was delayed for six hours. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Lunt, With Jean and Robert of Port Angeles, Were guests of his parents, they . IWill hunts last Sunday. Mrs. Leona Evans is building a new home next to the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs, Alex Hunt. - I Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Dickinson motored to Seattle Wednesday, to visit their son-in-law and daugh- ter, Mr. and Mrs. Don Soule and Carol and Robert of that city. Alta Kinder of PeEll is a, guest of Alice Millo for a week. Mrs. O. K. Linscott of Lake Cushman. returned home Mon- day after spending a week in the hospital under observation. I P. F. Allard motored to Taco- ma on Thursday to visit his son l and daughter-in—law, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Allard. . _ Mrs. Esther Hunt of Shelton, is spending this week at Stair- case Camp with her sister and brother—in-law, Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Dickinson.~ Mrs. F. Hillard of Seattle, Mr. and Mrs. R. Meyers of Kent, and Mr. and Mrs. E. Thomas of Au- burn, all paid a surprise visit on Mr. and Mrs. J. A. McClanahan and family last weekend. Mrs. Hillard is Mrs. McClanahan‘s mo- ther. I I I . Steele 5 Drug W111 Hold BIg Pro-Xmas Sale. I In an effort to clean shelves of :merchandise before the large ‘stocks of new Christmas mer- chandist arrive, Steele’s Cut-Rate Drug will hold a big Pre-Christ- mas bargain event beginning Fri—I day of this week, acCording to, Jack Steele, proprietor. i - Prices. have been cut to new. lows, Mr. Steele said, with a large variety of merchandise from which to choose. Many items which have become a trifle shop-l worn will be sacrificed at cut-rate prices. A large advertisement in thist vissue of the Journal carries fur- ther details on items and prices. No Orthopedic Work To Be Done Armistice l NoticefiThere will be no clinic at the Childrens‘ Orthopedic Hospital on Armistice Day, Tues— day, November 11th. County nurses and welfare work- ers are requested to publish this fact in the local papers and tol so inform patients who may bc‘ planning to come in on thati date. I Patients should be instructed to* report to clinic on the 4th or the 18th. U. W. 80 Years Old ' Tuesday; Began 1861a Seattle. NOV. 4.—The Univer- sity of Washington. today one of: the largest and leading eduCation- i a1 institutions in the on i ted? States, opened here 80 years ago. 1‘ Asa Mercer, then 22 years" old.l Sen/ed as principal, faculty anal Ijanitor of the new school, then: situated on the ground where now : [stands the Olympic hotel, one ofI ismttlc's finest. "CA .___1 _._ _ l Eddy: Spinach Has ‘A’ Relative vitamin A content of spinach as against cabbage is demonstrated by Aubrey Corley, left, and Ruthanne Barter. An ordinary teaspoon of spinach is richer in this vitamin than its giant counterpart heaped full of cabbage, in the ratio of 80 units to 21,000. Giant spoon, the larg- est ever made, weighs 25 pounds, is over four feet long, and has liquid capacity of a gallon. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE “Adam and Fallen Man" is the subject of the Lesson-Sermon which will be read in all Churches of Christ, Scientist, Sunday, Nov- ember 9. Golden Text: “Put off concern- ing the former conversation the old man, which is corrupt ac- cording to the deceitful lusts; and be renewed in the spirit of your mind” (Eph. 422,23). Among the citations which comprise the Lesson-Sermon is the following from the Bible: “So God created man in his own im— age, in the image of God created he him” (Gen. 1:27). The Lesson-Sermon also in- cludes the following passage from the Christian Science textbook, “Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures” by Mary Baker .“Christian Science separ- ates error from truth. and Ernest AyreS 0f F0” L‘JWISv and breathes through the sacred pages the spiritual sense of life, sub— stance, and intelligence. In this Science, we discover man in the image and likeness of God. We. see that man has never lost his. spiritual estate and his eternal harmony" (p.548:2). GET A TRAVELERS accident ticket for every trip 250 per day. Rates lower on longer periods. Sec Herb Angle NOW! Seattle-First National Installment Loans Will Confronted by an Emergency? e“ \ Farewell Party I Honors Motts As ‘ They Leave Agate, I By Mrs. Mary Matthcs l Agate, Nov. 5th. bin and Mrs. J. A. Howarth gave a. farewell; party at their home Tucsday’ night for Mr. and Mrs. L. Mott. A large number of friends were present. All enjoyed a very| pleasant evening Visiting andl playing games, with good music and singing by Mrs. F. Hov’md, and Miss; G. Harris. A beautiful: cake with the name Mott on it was Served with ice cream. Those I, prcsont were our new neighbor, Mrs. M. Watson, the of the Mott placc, whom we all extend a cordial welcome into our community. Mr. and Mrs. D. Clark. ‘ Mr. and Mrs. E. Hawkinson, Mr._ and Mrs. G. Rood, Mr. and Mrs.‘ F. IIovind, Mrs. E. Johnson of, Lake Isrbclla, Mrs. E. Guyei',, Miss G. Harris, Mrs. M. Matthes,j James Ho‘w'arth, Julian llowarth,‘ the honored guests, Mr. and Mqu L. Mott, and Mr. and Mrs. J. A.. Howarth, the. host and. hostess? Mrs. Helen Guycr entertained, Tuesday afternoon, with a party! honoring Mrs. E. Mott. The aft-' crnoon was spent doing fancyi work and Visiting. Two ouizz. games were enjoyed with Mrs.‘ H. VVelcli and Mrs. G. Rood each .winning a prize. Mrs. Mott is; moving Thursday to her new: home near Olympia, having sold their home on the Bay. A de-l licious luncheon was served. All wish them happiness in their newl home, but all in the community will miss two fine neighbors. Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Watson of lBuckley were guests of Mr. and» Mrs. H. VVelch the past week. , Mr. and Mrs. H. Anderson and' Mr. J. Swartz of Yakima, visited' f r several days with Mr. and rs. P. Ricard. The Andersons are Mrs. Ricard’s parents. They were all thrilled watching the' salmon jump up in the bay and Were very much impressed with this part of the state. Scoutmaster, H. Bantham en-, tertained the Boy Scouts at his home with a Hallowc'en party from Friday night through Sun-, day. The regular Friday night meeting was conducted by Junior| Assistant Scoutmaster Kennethi Auseth, followed up with a Wiener. roast Saturday. Then all joined in to build bunks and general clean-up. Then Sunday a big dinner. The usual live-wires were there. Scouts and attendants were the following: Kenneth Auseth, J. A. S. M.; Russell Hovind, S. P. L.; James .Castecl, Scribe; Victor Auseth, Quartermaster; Merle. Dickinson,’ A. P. L.; Donald Bina, Scouts; .Albin White, Richard Ball, Gaol lLewis, Bugler Cliff Vanderwal, Thursday, November» ‘Ira Castcel was in charge ! Scoutmastcr Mr. Bantham V r ,% Cub Den No. 8, turned 00‘1. Jim Leeds, Jim Reynolds, Schmitz and Kenneth Leonard Spccc, Damond and Gene Spccc were Cub g‘.’ Mr. A. J. Howarth, committeem was a visitor Friday evening‘ v9.9 work in Brcmcrton. ._.._s.._._.__...,..- E_.._.. .I’/ 0 In food, superiority pcals to the majority p, that’s the reason Why and more p e 0 p 1 e i, S ha fer’s Bakery ‘ PTOIII ._ purchaser, . .. . . . . Ad t . vance sys ems glVC cw benefit: add to your family'I vcnience and health—add to you: farm's productivity. Ewe“ quiet, reliable. Can be of" ‘i well. Advance is a pit???" . cisctor typo pumps. LOW Cd“ , lib-Ta" ""“s. 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If you are con- i fronted by such an emergency, we’ll be glad to discuss it with you and explain the customary requirements for a proper bank loan. For Home Purchase on this bank's liberal terms. SHE BBHIICII SHELTON, WASHINGTON .SEII'II'LE-FIBSI' IIIII'I ,.,,FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE . . 344B'ANKINC OFFICES 'Ilemb'er Federal Reserve System . . . Member Federal Depou‘l Insurance Corp. OTHER SEATTLE—FIRST NATIONAL FINANCING SERVICES To build or buy a home or to re- financc a mortgagc~eithcr under Title II, Federal Housing Act, or Home Modernization Loans For repairing or modernizing your home under Federal Housing Administration plan. LI'OII , % dual Automobile Purchase LOW To finance the purchase new or used car—conV low-cost, time repay!!!“t reasonable terms. a/Me \ "cens'dl t *’ i071. 0 iii" enie