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Shelton Mason County Journal
Shelton, Washington
November 13, 1941     Shelton Mason County Journal
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Pa g0 Eight Reed Mill Union Buys $25 Tuberculosis Bond 7 I Members of Reed Mill sub-local; of Local 38. I.\V.A.. Monday eve-L ning appropriate-Cl funds from: their Sub-local treasuly for the! purchase of a $25 Christmas seali bond fY‘Ol‘r‘. the Mason Countyl, Tuberculosis League after seeing, motion. picture films shown by! Mrs. Vernon Davidson, executive| secretary of the League. i The sub—local members £11505 voted to change their meetingf schedule to a twice-a-month basis: Pfia—rityPlji—ceyTo ‘7 Farmers Outlined “Parity price to the farmers" is a term often expressed but lit- tle understood by most people re— ports County Agent Okerstrom. Base priCe of 1909-14 is the term usually thought, however, is the relationship between the price the farmer received for his product as compared to that which he buys. As an example, the Wash- ington base 1909-14 price for but-l terfat is 32.9 cents whereas the. parity . from the monthly schedule it has ; average price received during the‘ been on heretofore. Meetings willz month of September was 38i be held every second and fourthicent‘s. This is often thought of: Mondays hereafter- as being above parity whereas, "*‘—'__——“ lit is actually only 84 per cent of: lparity. One hundred per cent of: PATIENT AT HOSPthXL ' Claude Hanlon of Pickering.’ Pm‘lty W0U1d amount to 45.1 cents? Rayonier employe, was admitted1 Per Pound 0f fat- In September to Shelton Hospital today for; eggs WGI‘6V85 per cent of parity, median care. {beef was 117 per cent and hogs; 5112 per cent. l “" ! The relationship between theI :“rice received bv the. farmer and: gthe price paid for purchased ar- lumen 18 the tactor that tells who-3 lther or not the farmer makes» lany money. m‘m‘ l l U NDERGOES OPERATION the well-set table or board our crystal embodies Mrs. H. E. Ellis of Shelton un- derwent a major operation at Shel- the beauty of shape ton Hospltal Wednesday. ! l and etching that on- i . moms—aw.“ m_____. I l l l I l ly the .master crafts- men glve- , Foxy Grandma .F: B€CK,w[TH She’s letting SHAFER’S , .f Jeweznvo arc-rs BAKERY do her Thanks- I ||29RRlLROFIORV€, sueu'on , _ l r ' ‘ . I glvmg baking this year. ‘ m SET A BEAUTIFULTABLE WITH THESE Qua! Table Cloths LACE TABLE CLOTHS American-made by \Vilbarry. Exquisite patterns. 60x80 size, .......................................................... .. 1.98 22x90 size .......................................................... __ 2.25 72x90 scalloped edge ...................................... .. 3.25 WILBARRY DINNER CLOTHS Lovely designs in fine laces. Scolloped edges. 72x90 .................................................................. .. 5.95 All Hand-Made LACE TABLE CLOTHS Made in China. Made from hard twist and every knot hand-tied. 72x90 size .......................................................... .. 1.98 72x90 size .......................................................... .. 3.25 :4 7w . . . IN BRILLIANT CRYSTAL ~._ " For that impressive Tall, moment when your ta- agesti ble is reflected in the Goblets lustre of your stem- and ’ ware. Goblets, sher- L bets, seafood cock- Ower tails, lovely wines . . . Modern Styles 6 for ........ .. 2.50 42-Pc. Set SILVERPLATE FLATWARE .. 11.95 Service for eight. Halloware handle knives with stainless steel blades. Guaranteed for 20 years. Josephine pattern. 81-Pc. Silverware Flatware .. 27.50 Garden R_ose pattern in a service for 12. National; Silver Co. guarantee. Attractive Anti-Tamish chest. I Carving Sets .... .. 4.25 to 6.95 "Universal" stainless steel. 8 piece. Household Carving Set 1.50 value for 89¢ Universal stainless steel blade and fork, Rosewood handles. ‘mised to be with us again on the. 1 ing his long period of service, andi lcannot count the cases where he? "‘"—“~l r11. l—no, "1 ! m ‘. t-h l- > ii —- l :2. l; (D "1 a) l !. >1), ("F t: Tahuya Treated I To Demonstration} l l l l : (By Mrs. LifKnowlton) l l (Received too late for last issue)‘ Tahuya, Nov. fiss'l‘he seventeen or eighteen people who were present at the second class in Red Cross First Aid last Thursday night‘ twere treated to an interesting de-‘ Imonstration in bandaging by Don Wright, veteran of the Seattle Fire; Department. Mr. Wright has pro-‘ evening of November 13 to show‘ the class how firemen perform artificial respiration. He has had; many interesting experiences dur-f has been called upon to revive newI born infants. ; Pete Godwin potted his first: deer! And was it a honey. He got it away up the valley, consider-l able distance from his father‘s car, and the two had quite a time get- ting it out. It had three points and; weighed about 170 pounds. 1 Mr. and Mrs. Don Wright, of; Seattle, spent a couple of days; last Week with J. W. Husons. l Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Stolzel spent last week with relatives in} Portland. Mrs. Walter Sargent was taken! to the Shelton Hospital the latteri part of the week with a toe thati was reported to have reached the stage of gangrene. Johnny Huson attended a Navy. Junior party at the Navy Yard! on Friday night while his sister Helen went to Belfair to attend mother Knowlton saw a show in a party at the Orr home and Don— Rayon Damask in floral pat- terns with napkins for 8 . . . 58 x 88 inch cloth ........ .. Rayon Damask with 8—18-inch napkins .................... _. Choice of Ivory or White 96-Pc. DINNERWARE . . . . . . . . . . 24.95 I American—made of medium body semi-porcelain. Ivory Climbing Rose pattern. 96- l outside with white center. pc. open stock set. 32- Pc. DINNERWARE SET . 32-pc. 9.95 Good quality semi-porcelain. pattern. Open stock. 32-Pc. DINNERWARE . Of California Pottery. Solid wine shade. Pottery Casseroles. 1.50 and 1.75 Your Complete Department Store — ‘ Langlie Answer l match Says State Pays Highest Pension Answering a group of old age: pensioners who “marched” on hisI office last Friday, Gov. Langlie: said this state has already sub-I mitted a more liberal pension plan I to the Federal Social Security; board than the one now in opera-l tion under the limitations of Ini-l tiative 141. l He explained to the “march-i ers" that Washington is already} paying the highest old age pen-l sions in the nation, at the pres- ent time approximately 60,000 per- : sons receiving an average month-1 1y pension of $32.90 and in addi- tion medical, dental and other care. equal to an average sum of $3.60 per month. He explained that California is. ‘second to Washington with an average monthly pension of $36. I which includes the extras of medi- ‘i 'cal, dental and other care, butl that California is paying pensionsl to only 28% of its aged over 655 years while Washington is paV-I ing pensions to over 41% of itsl senior citizens over 65 years. “We are doing everything we can to clarify this issue with thel Federal government. believing it{ is our responsibility under the' law to get the maximum monevI that the Federal government will up to $40 under the regup lations of Initiative 141,” the, gov-1' ernor said. I old and Mrs. Huson with grand- Bremerton. 4.50 3.98 ‘ Sterling Rose ‘or Alameda color. Choice of yellow or ‘Where Quality Meets. Price” Thursday, November 13, 1 . Should N . t Fruit Mlx It's easy . . . it’s economical to bake the cakes, pies, biscuits and muffins that bring ilizatlonl Radian C 61.13135 surprised and delighted “ooh‘s” and “ah’s” from your family. And, you’ll “3"? Glazed neapple glorious results every time by using these dependable quality foods for all h0'1"°-"i0n ~16;a GXaze Pl 6 baking. Be wise—beat the price rise! Stock up with baking needs at tonY’TjOIymp'ga e Orang sale prices . . . they take the cake for savings! . 'g‘IWu)’ G131 emon . organl Glazed LItrOn I . Highs/a; Glaze” Shortening 3-lbs. 59¢ ' {its , f t Jewel. e Shelled,Nu S a Sinces Swans Down pkg. Cake Flour. " Land that the: Sweet and Tender Peas 3 cans 43c .- Reliance t, Golden Bantam Com 3 can 43c, :::f:f:: Reliance i3 that t AI‘mv m Solid Pack Tomatoes EmporiumA-sNo. 21,13 cans Solid Pack Pumpkin Reliance-~No. 21¢ cans . i prWing tr Pard Brand Dog Food cans 29c BAKING SUPPLIES 'Olympia tZ’ M ‘ I shelton-( cans c ptheen Fc “J d. there 9 so alloc , tment h. maneuv Hi Ho Butter Wafers ............... ..1-1b. box 19¢ . ‘l meg}; s l ........ _______________ ,_ 1- . .. i S - . 5 3 s alliglgnGem Pink. tans’ig for lb. bag A I 51“ “diligjtlg Candy _______ _: _____________________ ., full pound box 29¢ 10-11% bag 63¢ -------------------------- ~' 25'lb' bag 1' “,iCh he VI Lush-us Chocolate Covered Cherries. Nestle,s g ‘7 _0u;r£?$1 Cifidgpfigrfirgg """"""""""""""""" “ 4 for 15¢ Semi-Sweet Chocolate .... “2—4-02. pkg. 25¢" $6133.25; Coffee ________________________________ ” 2fl1~lb. bags 45¢ Make the famous Toll House Cookws- .1 Hill's Blue Can Brand. Baker’s Chocolate .......................... .. 2 for 3 heated} Kraft Cheese ............................ ., 2.“). box 69¢ 1/2-“1 brick lime Kfimerici’m’ Pimentov BriCk- Calumet Baking Powder ________________ __ l-lb. 19¢ “ed 221%; eme ................................... .. <. v . A350,“... flavors, pkgs 9“ Drifted Snow Flour .............. .. 49-lb. bag 1'98: pric KltChen Towels .......................... _. 2 rolls 19¢ Raisins .................................... .. 4-Ib'. pkg. 31¢ k 150 towels in roll. Thompson's Seedless. SUPERSUDS........21¢ Regular Package. PALMOLIVE 3 for 19¢ Reg. Size Soap. * geles w: had bet 13mg for 1* arrest tUrn to rg’es. el'iffs Kr ‘33 of C13 ("Th into Sunshine KRISPY CRACKERS Sunshine GRAHAMS 2—lb. Family Boxes .. ’1 of each MEAT PRICES EFFECTIVE FRI., SAT, LION. We have just the turkey you're looking for to grace your Thanksgiving table . . . young, tender, and with plenty 9f full-flavored meat on its plump breast . . . and we have It at a real low price for such high quality poultry. Place your order today I lb. HAMS ROASTPORK...........lb. : PORK CHOPS...........lb. LINKS rosecutm l Will ' Cauliflower . . . . . . . 2 for 25¢ Large, white heads. Sweet Potatoes . . . 4-lbs. 23¢ U. S. No. 1 Jersey Sweets. Apples ‘Vith sawing plate 1 quart. 11/2 quart, 2 Quart. Fancy Winesap Carsten’s, ______________________ ., e rogggu iece PORK SAUSAGE ______________________________ __ lb. I n Nlixing Bowl Sets . . . . . . . . 1.50 A" PM" """""""""""""""""" " FF . , C saggy? 333% -------------------- -- l—Ib- cello 29¢ mil: 8 9"" l ' box. 1.69 OYSTERS ____________________________________ __ )int 28¢ Sllex Coffee Maker ... . .. 3.45 l 1 Local Medium. 1 . gin: 7-piece Cut Glass . , MINCE MEAT ________________________________ __ 2-1m, 29¢ all: :1» Ben. Sets , 79 Grapefrult .. . . . . 10-le. 39¢ FRESH SHRIMP ............... _________ _. 2—lbs. 55¢ egg T‘. y l . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . a . u. ¢ . ‘Fancy Arizona, sweet seedless. ' Leave orders here for BABY ‘ Wills ac: Cranberries .. ,, 2-110s, 39¢ BEEF (by the side) .......... ..lb. ‘25,:th I Mist—kist, large keepers. the Slhnelt I I I O R r“— . ran es.........8-lbs.49 »°ySt Large oval granite. Browns the turkey easily and tenderizes. Self-basting. Sweet galencia. ¢ Clean“ Get more gravy Wlth the bUllt-ln tree well. VERY SPECIAL ! Selected Tender krno‘h Young. , “$.22? U M B ER M EN ’5 M E RI: Fl NTI LE [U PM Now: let“: 3 ~ . , Odern “ " ‘ I W I" ” comp] Dreviow ts to l