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Shelton Mason County Journal
Shelton, Washington
November 12, 1920     Shelton Mason County Journal
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PAGE EIGHT THE MASON COUNTY JOURNAL ' , ..%; I HOOD00PO.T l i The S. S. Kingston was taken oil'] the run up Hood Canal the last of I October The Aloha is now on the run." Alfrd Dickinson, who has been driving the Bremerton stage from ttoodsport is running from Sheltofi now. Mrs. Oren Ellison, Who has been visiting at the home of her father, returned to Kamilche Sflnday. Mr. LHison in on his way home from De- troit, Michigan. The Clark Creek Logging Co. is shut down until after New Years. Chauncy Grayham, Tom Basser aml Dr. Silvis left for Seattle Tuesday. They will return when the logging company opens up again. A school directors meeting was- held at the home of Mrs. T. B. Smith Tuesday evening. un orrespondence : Mrs llavol, ho ]s at the h . ,. : = -" ' " " '.' " ome ::;:*:*:*:t.`.-%--.ut".." ..... .u. . .,of her daugh e' lls An(cws is " recovering s|owly from the effects - '"'" ,, , ir. Woodall killed a large beef lf the rather severe bruises sus- and delivered part of it to the camp ,tained by a fall. ' and the balance to the neighbors. Mr. Ashwil}, who recently came to Mr. Inman butchered three fine I the coast from North D;kota, has [rented the old Cowan ranch from C hogs Tuesdav. A "' " Mrs. Mar.ha]l from Tumwater is i Kindred. He will try to accustom visiting her parents, Sir. and Mrs. In- 'himself to going out" to feed the man for a few weeks. Harry Inton, stock without being attached to the end of a clothes line that he may who has been in Alaska all summer, returned home a few days ago to spend the winter with his pare.hrs. He reports the fishermen have been at a great loss this summer. I I I I UNION I I Judge Hauptly of Shelton visited with his sons C. C. and Harry last week. Several young ladies from Shelton "hiked" ever here last Sunday. They enjoyed a splendid dinner at the Tavern and called on Mrs. Gordon McKay and Miss Ness at their cot- tage. Dr. and Mrs. Roberts of Shelton find the house in case a sudden bliz- zard "gc,Tlera]es." The Arrow is laid u for a general overhauling and the old reliable Dor- othy made the run to Oh'mpia on Tuesday, taking the Arrow;s place. The grape crop is harvested and retm'ns all in. Harstine shippcl more than five thousand baskets from three vineyards, neither of which wouhl be called a vineyard in California, mere- ly a "patch." The Califmmians may tum up theh' noses and say that Washington grapes do not compare with those from the land of sunshine, but so long as they compare favor- ably in price and quantity "we should worry." Mrs. Emil Anderson and daughter Inga went to Olympia Tuesday on a I STADIUM I S. Haruen, out'popular boat build- l er, and Capt. Win. Brink went to Tacoma last Wednesday in the "Two of Us." While in Tacoma Capt. Brink went to Orting to see his aged father who resides at the Soldiers' Ilome. Quite a few of the Stadiumites at- tended the Detroit dance Saturday evening. All ;eport a good time. Election is over and people are getting down to normal again. I Judge Britton was a caller at C. W. Baird's at the Dew I)rop Inn last Sunday. Charles Seiners of Seattle was a Stadium visitor last Sunday. S. Itansen took some folks to Allyn on Tuesday in the "Two of Us" on a shopping trip. Mrs. 1%I. E. Brink was an Allyn caller on business today. i S. Hansen is building a new fence on hs place now, vlnle Capt. B. is here to help him. Mrs. R. F. Johnson went to Olym- pia today on the Arrow. . /C. W. Baird and wife and son of [the Dew Drop Inn were Allyn shop- pers today. Hank Hansen has been hauling wood for the postmistress. The Messrs. Alex and John Benson Another Royal Suggestion C00KI[:S and DROP C00KES From the I::IEW ROYAL COOK BOOK IIEN th:: child- rcn romp in hu:,- gry, bore arc SOlllC wholesmje dclighls that x,';ll s;,tasb, the most la V tilt, US appetite. Cookies ".: ClII*; :ll!*II.r ,; Clip ,Hiik ": eggs ,4 t'lS](ll)ll e'raed lltc 1 L',-'[;Doorl v:nilla extract or 'r,%ted rind of 1 ]onion 4 cups flour te,qspoons Poyal |l Cream shortening and SUe $:ar togeth(,l'; add milk to I I beaten egg and beat again; athl slowly to [I creamed shortening and ugar; add nutmeg and flavoring; add 2 cuds flour [| sifted With baking pow- der; add enongh more I[ flour to make stiff dough. :Roll out very thin on floured board; cut with cookie cutter, sprinkle ROYAL 00BAKING POWDER I I It reported that Johnson's camp Everett Gooch made a trip to Ta- sin or a piece of English spentisSunday here. ThecmbinedAndersonbUSineSSfamilyand pleasurehave trip. were Shelton visitors Friday. with sugar, or put a ral- AJ.OI. ' PICKERING PASSAGE many friends and relatives in the Capital walnut in the center of coma Tuesday to cast his vote for each. Bake about 12 rain- was held up one evening last week City and the young folks especmlly Harding. urn in hot oven. and a" few poker players were re- are always glad of an excuse to  Mad,, from Cream of Tartar, C W. Fer'is was a Seattle visitor lieved of thmr money. Fourteen of the friends and neigh- for the past week end and re orts a make the trip to town Cocoa Drop Cakes very loaant i, M w." ....... Bert Kneeland drove over from Se- o __, ........ .... bors of Mrs. M. L. Hoke gathered 4tablesuoons shortentn dved from grap. - -, r .......... v ....... ,,.o w=o attle one da this  ,==un was an ulym la via ...... - one . y week. . . . and gave her a surprise part last a cup sugar of.the lucky number .wh@,recetved ! Rev. Wilson h a =,,,. , +he tor Tuesday, gom over m te Dor- ,,,,a,,, ,, h ..... , ,h,- ...%,... a 1 egg several nrst prizes on his vegetables i Masonie halt oela[,$'[2-^.:=_:2L omy. Mr. Carlson has not been in UI.:2L.':ZA "tL./'2":..'_': ........ ; .... #;.-- a,f, cup milk at ....... h |*Ylnfft $ "$11' v .o tJ.vlgU," gVtlllllg, thl ha/" a hno|kat uXe .... V *'---- -----I MOLIIII/Ul ulnner was serveo, azter ." cup.s flour U A "T-'- ,,,;'-:,.,a . .... ,^^,. rle ,preached an excellent sermon, h2, ,,o: ...... s .e^].m uuu which Mrs. A. P. Zumwalt and Miss  teaspoons Royal , .a.7" ,'.' =;',:''r::#u..-.  ,wmcn was much enjoyed by those "',;;-LY_'Y'_; ........ = t;ucur.. Eva Blake sang a duet and the latter .- aklng Powder '" ......  ..--.--.- - ,,= ---- ,,u,m present. "  wr#d, lill sorry ;o learn [l%a[ . ,,, clip cocoa homo and spent a very pleasant a- Jack McDonald al,t .... , h'o ,, John Wilson had met with an acei- played a few selections on theorgan. N teaspoon salt ........................  v. ,,,, Fvv . # Mrs. donn Ikraooennol; ancl Ivlrs. 1 teaspoon vanilla tenoon lstemng to their new graph- ,horses last we k .,,,i h. .o o Jent at Camp 7 that will lay hm up I u  ,-,- ........ - ............. ] -- - oonoe i, , e .............. .o:' [or nmo +{ran ] k^4-k 1G.I .3 ! "-" "" l'lUKe Were Callers a, lvlrs, t.ream snorI:enlng; ado I fMF glUrldF Z''2' ": "%'_ .... !lonesome as though he had lost a ..... '" .":t ', t. " "wer, "waru!Goodro's Wednesday sugar and well-beaten I %,vvn. LmJ,/rt. rl%r.r. xrea tiroves, WhO has been viskin da- ,.ia,,! wilson, wsleo him in tlqe Shelton .... l - "" . , egg' beat well and add _ . ........... h ' Everett Gooch anti Harry Zumwalt mlll slowl lit fl r The nsw Royal Cook Boo cousin .H_ A. Long,.retu.rned to.] A number of visitors from various ispl} a.l Saturday and repos that he I were in Shelton Thursday evening baking pov%'er s salt a%d I containing 400 delightful r; k- -.;lome_a, ,wnena)m. tam; week. [!aces spent the week-end in town the_n_ g. along rarely DU may lose land attended the freshmen frolic cOCOa Into.mlxture; st r I ctpes, wlll be,..aent to you war. J, IS eullQlng a new scow IThe follni,. ,,,oo ,+o o, ,h= e u.e el wo nngers,  .. ., n ",_ . " Imtll smootn, add vanilla, l tree t you wm *ena you -nnrl -.'nt..-- the+.. , ,,"h' ,I* ;. a-:..^. I= ':"-" "'-'- "" " " Mr .and ..-MP Ol. ^ f., .^ [ .tvlrs. ztex oenson has Deen suffer- Put one tablespoon of I name snd address h ,.a,*'.,..^?,/+,' ._ ........... ,ul-ra.e.n}.: lIr. and Mrs. Kuhn, Dr. we,.^'_^-'L__G-_'_"" "," ,,'Y'vm,ing from a severe cold the past batter Into each greased ROYll'.nATapn'wnn , ,,,,, -,,* ...,.,, ,ar e enou n an r , we-enu guesr.s oI Mr. anti mufti I ---- . . g g d M s. . . lead, Mr. and Mrs wee n t n and bake in ................ mr r k 11 Fulton Street New York Clt to. haul star fish n or use as fer- J 0 Stearns and the Misses Lo**:e  s. Adolph Weiche Mrs Plater and " -- ............ moderate oven about 20 I , In tflzeI. He expects a bumper crop of Erskme and Pansy Read from o- M.Weiche are brother and sister. Brunswick Phonographs for ,one ' m, nut e. Cover with boll- l potatoes next year.. He is going, to i qmam, Mr. and .... Mrs P M (',wl.,o ! t, Tlle open season for huckleberries. Brunswick Records fox" quahty and put out all the berries and frmt he well, Mr. and Mrs R G,'-Vri,h has not closed yet although Jack wear. Hear some of the late n:um-  = can this fall and is-also setting out ] Gee. Crobert and family from Olvm- t V'ost.has been doing his best to end bels at Journal Stationery Shop.  I [  i earJy cabs)age. pia. - - lit. The two Bergeson boys, Ed and .......................  _ _ wcanng rv1, ANOTHER CARMODY #'JL-- . You know the]?opular Wednesday night dances. Well this m, anot,her enemy zne u,arm, ody Five-piece Orchestra of Tacoma They always nave zne nwmst music anc[ peppiest crowd. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 17th EARLWIN HALL Shelton, Washington KAMILCHE TH():00LXSI,:r IEILL SHELTON, WASHINGTON %%%%2;\\;%\" \\;t:t\\\\\:L\\\\\LL\\\\\\\%%%:5\t%L:j ======================== Official Vote of Mm=oa Count, r for State Ticket, 1920. r(Too late for last week)  Mr. and Mrs. Carr spent Saturday to evening at Roy Greenwood's. Quite a few from this vicinity at- tended the masquerade at Forbes' schoo house Wednesday evening. All report a good time. _ Carl Young is sawing wood for Mr. Twentier this week. Mrs. Waldberger and sons Guy and Max were Olympia callers Tuesday. Mrs. J. Y. Waldrip and daughter Sarah of Seattle are visiting at the Gene Taylor home, Edith and Herbert Swanson of Olympia were calltng in this vicinity Sunday. . ,- Roy reenwoo s were Olympia visitors Monday evening. Mrs. Gee. Barber, son and daugh- ter and Miss Velma Miller of Arcadia were callers at Roy Greenwood'a Sat- urday afternoon.. Mr. and Mrs. Fletcher and little son of Auburn are spending a few days at the home of Mrs. Fletcher's parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. Whither. Mr. aud Mrs. Herchel Adams spent Friday evening at the Waldberger home. Mr. and Mg$. Young spent Tuesday in Olympia Mrs. P. O. Swanson is spending the week at her former home at Oyster B=lrs'--- Waldberger and sons spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Guy ,Weaver. Chrlmu is e0mtng. Better get acquainted fth the Brunswick 19hen- ograph. See styles and prices at the :Iournal Stationery Shop. 0 ! 0 [.,? ...   ,_ I  --  l .., 1 ,, ,-,   [ I ,.,  ,, IZ      -" o r "  , : ,  d  E  .=  e . =l =  =   IoI +. s ,.+ =-I =I  .,   ,+ , l =.     . 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