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Shelton Mason County Journal
Shelton, Washington
November 13, 1941     Shelton Mason County Journal
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3.. T .Sdav, November 13, .1 er 1 t. v ‘ kiln , t6 Edi: 'liiicn Tr MGad (Iommends ec ‘( r. r Xmas Seal Sale ,ndm 1d , ’the educational Value of 18. of Tuberculos .. Christmas ‘18 of prime. ""ipol-tance Control of tubel 'osis °nviction of Mrs. P \ Iker of Olympia State .fmdent of Public instruction} “1 honorary rice‘president of , f Wfishington Tuberculosis As—f tion which is stutc sponsor 8 sale. I I Su~ ' gain we have the oppmtung all 5 ,_§aid Mrs. Vl'nnl'lmakP-r. “to need a Sm the annual Christmas r from. “6. This campaign is a. factor in tilt‘dii‘altl‘. or our; and nation. and since the thus raised make possibleI tuberculin testing of our. ! Children, we are deeply. tad in its promo on. nts in the junior andl "if? participate in 1hr state-‘ 9&3' contest Oil lillbf’l'(fl.l~.l :_tllus stimulating their ill—i ' 1n and increasing: in e i r, gage of the llll~tll()(l:? usvdi 9 Prevention and control 0;“ ‘ Elease. l 13’ Citizen." concludes Mrs.3 aker, “should welcome the Imity to shore in this most ltarian lnovcinlmt to ,.e¥'adicntion of tub-rculosis, l , 1S still a real menace- to ~ .alth and happiness of our" , 3. has- r \ ‘ . RRED HERE , ’1‘ Quartier of Camp .‘3. was 3 M relWed from a Seattle Hos-j :0 Shelton Hosp.tal Satur—l ..lligh schools are invited arl— l I ‘ son‘s ‘in city league bowling play Fri—I Iday night when he dealt out a Ferrier‘s maple drives. I. Sale begins Monday, Nov- 3 D ‘ 1' 24th. irecords for the current season. . . 941. SEIELTONflASON COUNTY JOURNAL Page Three insertion I SEASllN RECORD I l FOR SECOND TIME Young liegler Hits 696 Total And 279 Single Game; Munro’s I l Takes League Lead i “.;__ I (‘ITY BOWLING LEAGUE W. L. Pct. Munro’s . ...................... ..16 8 .667: ,Holt’s Associated ...... ..15 9 .625; L. M. ........................... ..14 10 .583; Pastime . . . . . . . . . . . ..12 .500 Lucky Lager .............. ..12 .500 l Daviscourt Bakery ....1] 13 .458! Mason Laundry .......... ..10 14 .417f \‘v'ilson‘s Cafe .......... .. 6 18 .250i High Scores I Game‘Mark Fredson 279. l TotalrvMark Fredson 696. I Matches Friday I 7 p.m.---7Lucky Lager vs. Ma-I son Laundry, Munro‘s vs.I Daviscourt. i I 9 pin—Pastime vs. Associated, VVilson’s Cafe vs. L. Duck, you pins, this gredson guy has his sights trimmed down L0 a fine point on you. For the second week in a row.i «\lark Fredson shattered the sea-l individual scoring records. terrific beating to the pins on Al When the splinters quit falling, Mark had] ;posted a 696 total and a 279 sin- I Cirle game, both of which were new I Mark‘s play led his Daviscourt 'Bakel‘y team to a to 1 victor:7 over Mason Laundry. Pastime made the big gain of Friday's skirmishing, w i n n i n g l or further medical iregit- I three from tailend Wilson's Cafel . Ito move into a fourth place tic ins Rip lied the procession. m‘cr sole possession of first plam .with an odd-game verdict over } Lucky Lager while their erstwhilr (I loo—holders of the top rung, As- sociated Service. dropped the odd Allen and Loren Staley Munro's took _l i point to the L. M. g .. Pastime (3) “’ilson’s (0) .ub-lly.'l'i.-.m~ __ .. “millerrull Handicap 156i, Handicap 276l Linim‘mt . Staley 559;Tucker 462 “‘“—’ w l Dummy 486IDittman 445 I P. Roberts 503lL. VVestlund 502 Fourre 4281 Miller 348 Allen 585IN. Westlund 515 956 867 894 2717I880 856 2548 lAssociated (l) E L. M. (2) ,. .THEATRE { I Handicap Handicap 6r Reader 473l Stewart 59r LTON’ WASH'NGTON Noblett 409lMackey 46f ""-" Price 4423E11i0tt, Jr. 465 A310 shows every night G. Young 5091Elliott. Sr. 507 farting at 7:00 P. M. ,Daniels 4921Carlson 49." 'tinee 2:15 P. M. Sunday 854 827 869 2550.929 784 886 2595 Daviscourt’s Mason Ldy. (1) ~'"’"' Handicap 117i Handicap ., ‘ l W. Snelgr’ve 492IDodds 520 -‘. ' ’ni iBayley 452II. H. Woods 55' t Tune To g IS. Fredson 528IH. Young 44‘ ‘ B. Roberts 494EFunk 40." __ 8 EL . REN HULL I AB IM. Fredson 696IA. Ferrier 50‘ JEWEL r 820 1027 932 2779lss7 909 849 2645 l g . , I Munro's (2) lLucky Lager (1i II ‘ g . i Handicap 75I Handicap 57 ‘ I. l Robinson 545*Aronson 477 ' } plus I Skelsey 464i Peterson 48f "( Smith 5341Merrick 52' lfltfle “THE MASKED Marshall 529lScott 42' 9, Durand 488IP. Fredson 55’ . RIDER H 814 1018 803 2635l861 890 778 .5 J°hnny Mack Mrown , __ b “ Sheltonlans Return 1 From Prince Rupert “day Saturday I 11;. . l I VERY YOUNG Jane Withers in t s z ' LADY” l : t ,f LdOZ' 5 sum, Mon., Tues. Q" JACK BENNY AUN T” Jill] . as :r‘ ‘ . l O . .Rev. Landin invites ,2? F011 and vicinity to " ..I, . lees each Sunday. I Mt. View .where they spent two weeks visit, 'ing their son and family. Their :mens' clothing store there. of the late John Donnie Ahl of ‘ Hoodsport in a superior court or- E Ger signed Saturday. W Reverend WI PROPHE-TIC NEWS . COMMENTATOR Odd Fellows Hall (Located ""l\b0\'c Robbins Electric) Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Wood of have returned from 2‘ Rupert, B. C. rip to Prince on is manager of a boys' and They report a lovely trip on he Steamship Prince George. APPRAISERS NAMED i I l l l 1 Judge John—M. Wilson namid ‘ i 1:“ J. E. Martin, F. H. Diehl and . ' _—/,. ~"‘ , S IL. Bell as appraisers of the estate. I I I Will Be Heard AGAI‘N This Sunday NOV. 16 And Every SUNDAY 11 a. m. . 7:40 p. m. the public of Shel- attend these serv- Edwards Fincsl blend coffee, . ‘ regular or drip . ' ‘ I grind. 1—LB 2-LBS. 27¢ 53¢ Hills Coffee l-LB. 2—LBs. plzlltllllls 59c lxira lam y wrapped Fl't-p shopping bags. WINESAPS $2. 490 Frei- :illl! packed. THAT WILL ROAST DELICIOUS TENDER, AND GOLDEN BROWN . . . MW“? 840!!! Nothing hill the finest quality turkeys at Safeway Marla-ts . . . l'. S. No. ]. PRIME, grain-fed birds, well rounded- out. Noll: lhat EVERY turkey sold by Safeway is (H'ARAN'I‘I‘IEI) or your mon- Extra lam-y wraple and palikod, shopping bag. CRANBERRIES Eastern Western 12.... 39¢ its. 51¢ ¢ ¢ 0y back! That's why we )ll'S'l‘ BIC .511th the quality is right 1 ()ur serv— “‘1‘ Includes drawingr tendons. etc. . . Try a Suit-way always be a all ready for the own ! turkey our-e, and ‘you'll tuslmncr I Nob Hill Coffee. ground fresh at purchase for freshness. 1-LB. 2-LBS. I . \v I lmexi loll: ntndo breast honu. Sip“- ah ibigh...nvu joint with lip oi tho lm'ilc. Prime Young 9 I Marblehead .. . . . lb. 1;! 'I 01' Hubbard Squash. Swt. Potatoes 5—lbs. 23¢ Prime Young Toms Hens Lettuce Crisp. 1,... _ T. c. No. 1 Jersey swoct potatoes. C“|"aund wine pack lettuce ' 7 huwiowland rm‘ 5c Caullflower . . . . . lb. ,6 Airway :...........3.‘;; . n ~ hm ou d Lax-go. gleaming white heads. The aristocrat of thaéfifinmck- | O Emperor Grape, fcy. quality lb. 7V2¢ thr'tgmgfif’egs' g ¢ O Arizona Grapefruit, sweet, juicy.... lb. 7¢ O Brussel Sprouts, new. tasty 2 boxes 19¢ 0 New Southern Yams, favorite 5-Ibs. 25¢ 0 Fresh Carrots, sold with tops off lb. 2V2¢ 0 New White Parsnips, med. SlZe 3-Ibs. 10¢ (Produce prices Friday and Saturday) 1-LB. 3—LBS. VEAL C I . e e” ROAST Crisp an: HAMS flavorful — :‘tyall [grind Leg, Large Loin Skinngd fiaifwhole \Q)) and Rump , tfifis ' 31 M(66 1b. ¢ I lb. e W Pork Roast................lb. Center cuts, no shanks Bacon lb. Fancy sugar cured. Whole or half 25¢ 27¢ ""“”°"’§§e"-:«v; 3°] "modem" Pork Sausage . . . . . . . . .. lb. 23¢ ovcrvi '" o“ For dressing Veal Steak lb. 9r“). Milk.fatted .. i H Jr Bmlln Beef..............lb. 15 fifiig‘mw. 1? glaqu 33‘” p Thick Mgeaty‘ Plates ¢ Oysters.................. pint 27¢ . . 4 d po olth r i [\v G‘lde“$§al H tin 17¢ mince neat m Mediums . . . strictly fresh . . -‘ . _ v“ w ,9 late extli lge. ripe;r0139¢ “Nomi suchvv popular Um T“ ‘ . . . o . t . lb. (Jones 9g; sf MSG“ cooking Grain fed young pork 'bby's lge is I N E H , y l ‘x-an 0“ n H LI’ _ . . — ..Aqh Ivavkod llaV01f\\(u‘ 2 (9 g b o o o o o a o o o o o o o 0 lb. 0L 1 OYWCS‘ 2 New “09‘ 1“» g Rosedale Que?1 jar s Tins V Selected Center cuts .... -- q 6. p I y, tall U“ V raj.“ 26’ Ocean... 9c Bacon Squares . . . . . . - . . . lb. 19¢ PICKLESZ—-hygflx. 22—07.. maniacrry saw - Tug 2 ‘ ' OLYMPIA ovsrens, SALMON, HALIBUT, L‘bby's “05“ (“c (wings. 12.01. th‘ KIPPERED SALMON SNID‘gfiaUCQ'liE'EI Doug}: d Engllsh” Fig or Plum 9“ 2 c Zesty chii S . Frankvi, “Oi . 1L - . _- Cockiug Snlders neg Fluffxest Fancy Chocolates . . . ocktail 53 s oule P119 Fresh; tender . . C .. l—oz. I) ,. A bu orb assortment of fun- ]1 . .. P . — 12.07.. citsul‘ Igp mal’shmdllo“5 cy chocolates . . . dipped in Ed Hill pure tonam- pure mmam 2_lbs milkt chofolate and hitter e ' swee con ings . . . creams, ‘ , _ . — — -' 'y ‘ ' 'y ‘r ' KEngtmgm. 14—0/ '/’.—T‘ _ {gagzntg‘zutglgats cal-a. Hm” Federal ts 2.31.3: “Bil-09.39323: 522. e - ea d r can “ilk w MINTS w-Las s-LBs 0W 6 at I . Peppy Swedish ' ' Brown Or Cheri“? Mints m cello . '- l .. ug no. 19¢ 73¢ 1 Finest Duwde‘ed ‘ m . Israft bag' 3 . ' F .d a 53235.: gist K.:lel.g..¢ 10 €>mu \bS-n . Canned Peaches & Aprlcots PEAK Valley Gold Halves Apricots ...... .. 30-02. tin 20¢ Harper House Halves Pears .............. _. 29-oz. 21¢ lAfsorWd t a Del Monte Halves Peaches ........ .. 29-oz. glass 25¢ ($3211.23: gaggle Crest Halves :eachss ........ .. 29-oz. tin 19¢ g Qts - ________ n '9 Way Brand Peac es, alves, slices.. lge 18¢ - o to 311103 " Del M t B ltt P ‘ ' Wn Toma . 1 on e art e cars, In glass Jar 29-oz. 27¢ SL113? y’sDaure OmatOJ Jilclece, tin E ' C Li y . ne ‘1 . """" " 12-0Z- ‘- L-lbby’s P111": iii-1min Juice --------- " 12_oz_ tin very lng In anned . i _____ __ Libby? 13mg. Jmce uni-{gee} Vegetables Canada Bruce/ii use Grapef ult u l m Jacob’s Pieces and Stems Mushrooms 4-oz. 17¢ TOW (1316mde Juices ---------- 46-02 Jacob’s Fancy Buttons Mushrooms 4-oz. tin V “Ce g - [e ________________ z \ Jacob’s Sllced Mushrooms, flavorful 4—oz. tin 21¢ 0mg” 9‘“- Br . 0 § kl , Dole, Pineal)? Juice ________________ '- Taste Tells Solid Pack To atoes 19-02. tin 10¢ ‘fid bb is Pineapple _ , Gardenside Tomatoes, stan . pack 28-oz. tin 11¢ Tum Cullins_ L1 y C Elgglways Slolid Pick Pumpkin... lge. 38-02. 8¢ ounces n“ l y's 0 id Pac Pumpkin ...... .. lge. 9oz. 10¢ a QC Libby’s Tender Sweet Peas... 17-oz. tall tln‘14¢ A880 30-02. t!“ 110‘: Libby’s Fancy Garden eas, 20-02 ....... .. 2 for 27¢ p , Pneappie, fancy -------- " 14-01 tin 3 sugar Belle Fcy. Blended Swt. Peas 20-oz. 2/23¢ « Libby S 1 Slice Pineapple ---- " 14-0% tin 100 Highway Whole Kernel Bantam Com 12-oz. 10¢ Libby’s Ifignegdpple Tidbits .-"' """ 'Q-glass jars 290 \ Coolintrykmmf Warm lint]; °°r36 VVV " 220i”. 1? ‘ . vs m ‘ ' in ne - 106 u er erne 0e. . orn, -oz. or 2 Ifilgb‘lzjonte Fru‘g __________ -- 120 Emerald Bay Fcy' splnaCh“" Ige' 27'oz' tin 14¢ Refreshing l ‘ ' o "’ - . Lf'lllnn soda. - y’s Fruits . ocktall ------ -- - 11c , ' Famous Ma Lee w..th Break 33:36.5 Delight Fmélltagefrui ______ "smog-()3; 126 Here 5 Tops 1n Desserts ,_.,,f"‘,,‘.,..,.. 3‘0".” need plenty on hand f°r Sth' Glenn Aire Fancy ’ent Grapefrmt 20 OZ 10c Jell Weil Desserts and Puddings, asst. 3 for 10¢ flngl Buy your reqwrements now so ,. VS Fancy Segm , Grapefruit... ' ' Royal pUddlngs, asst. flavors ..... .. reg. pkg. 5¢ 6 for It will be ready for stuffing day! Libby. Broken Section JelI-O Desserts, sixi delicious flavors... pkg. 5¢ ‘ HighW3§ ‘ Jell-O Freezing Mix, asst. flavors.... 2 pkgs. 17¢ l—1b_ ,i . Junket Rennet' Mix, for Ice cream 2 pkgs. 17¢ _ Loaf 11 -1b ¢ (l\ /‘.Z ' SHREDDED WHEAT Try this to gel a grand 2 pkgs nut—like flavor in your Butler ' Tasty Pound 1b. 39¢ turkey stuffing: Use ii. c(“1131c of Shredde Wheat Biscuits! — YouTll be amazed at the imprOVe- ment 12-02. Pkg.