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Shelton Mason County Journal
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November 20, 1941     Shelton Mason County Journal
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; A... .4.._._________.._ Wfi~ .—..—..__ “A, -—-———_—_ n-...._.___ SHELTONtMASON COUNTYJOURNA ‘ ,. . . _.' Thursday, November 20p ay, D . Ne 11 out Driver 10 ' ' fli ht, w ew u 0 . _ an I . . . . . i To Relieve Pacifier This Aftfrmon Milton Clothle-r out often-f islafid,Ainirr§lOllver Constable 11s It Vitamins O JifiifiALolNi’éifairléfir‘émmi’l C‘m‘p‘m mfmmatwnui “511 to , . . hat you have t0 56 4, J Misery of . to the mountains and then homel . . . l ‘0. w ourna-l ‘ , (C t (d f P O , ‘ n. 1101 hbors Wlth great suCCess. hel s, Arms“... 0y Deputy Shem Fred Boyfrgtmggre Iggma ,gieofnfgm to Boy. the oxd bed min felt mood; Elected Shelton I VlgOl‘O? Gardens b p I l l l l l LIQUID 1 I- k th- . . . after ten hours in the air withl 1 , TABLETS I, it: son 15 noon on Hillcrest, .‘l‘lde In these big planes. You can . . z i . . r . s tt th. ' . . t VoggIngOPs lgnneganglg. fnagtecgsgg silaytogovlg: modve round .31 mtucifas you is... gmgg on P of hel Grange Master Lead by 6 Games .- ;. 3, i 'an we ave en ' i . _ coLcH mops )Jucrge M_ C. Zintheo this after_ {us p y 0 eats Wlth Time Goes Fast I B, U , .. . l Featuring . , I . . I won.t hive anotnm, .ihng ) Ila: “moor FEMININE BOWLING I , Try “Rub-)l)'«Tlsrn" a wonderful } 110011 on a negligent drlvmg f Last week we went out on the m rk" r 1d 1 n. l. , l Shelton Valley, Nov. 18.—There w L Pct. ' Llnlment change. range twice, the first time to‘ wit-Honor“: 33m f01,°‘:{)0u§1¥xlijwzls a good turnout of membersi Forrest Gardens ...... .. 21 9 .700: . Shoot machine guns andthc next .- ‘ r .. r at the grang‘e meeting last Thurs-' Mason Cleaners 15 15 500‘ \ \ \\\ \\\\\ \\\\.\¢\\\\§\‘\ \ \\ \ \V c . . or flve more months but ii that‘ , .5 i . """ ‘“ ' ' tlrile to shoot .45 pistols. time goes as fast as this last sixl day night. Those elected to take Quallty Cleaners ____ .. 14 16 .467! \ \ met Ray Dean (former Safe- months did I won.t mhd V, .tfi office in the new year are as fol- Werberger Wines .... .. 10 20 .333: § § way meat department manager There are usually heltweeVn‘lLiléjEt‘ i lows: Master, Oliver Constable; High Scores 1 \5. § here) in town Friday night, Boy, and ten fellows in a‘ crew' n'e’zflré overseer, Steve Beers; chaplain, GameAElsie Peterson 182 X: p5 § ’ it sure is swell to see someone over ten. They consist ’Of two; Eva \Vivell; secretary, Katie! Total—Hazel Ferrier 477 \ \ t, :1 know. ‘ . mots two r a. ‘ 1,. _i Cooke; treasurer, Fay Bennett;l Matches Monday \ . \ 5 . . I a lomen, tNo inch 1 , , \V S: l I am assigned to Plane 4 in anics Now that there are soilady aSSIStant steward, Juanita .Forrests VS. Werberger \‘: ' I I §~ the squadron and am second ra- many Students] though, there a1._.v,,-M(‘/Peel<; gatekeeper. Willard Wi- Mason vs. Quality. dioman on the plane. We stand three pilots, one radioman andivell; home economics chairman,I Its lead growig as if it had“ l watch of two hours and then the two rad. - . Katherine Cruson' Flora Lula .. o strk rs, o »h. dX i . Other radioman takes over. My two meéh Shiikeers' ngihrélecm :gt} Jones; Ceres, Rose Beers; Pomo_lfed on Vigoro, Forrest Gardens. hours we have sta ed h b ,‘ - ‘ ten hours only tale uggalaiuneegzcommittee, Mable Carman. Thelthe shoveling Womens bO‘Vllng ' l next regular meeting will be Nov— I league field tOday after a triple ‘ Dear Mom and Pop: flight and on an fliaglfis : ember 27. victory over second place Mason, D na, Mable Holman; and executiveiwas rooted six games in front of l m :: I'l'l '— —| .9 z /////////// jclass standing was fourth and first in code in average tests. November 14, 1941. about four hours. i, is. s s jg ////// s §< \ We“ th. t. I .11 h Cleaners ill Monday v ’ g' ' , IS lme W1 ave a. h 113 B tt D R 'r. f Sh 1- e cum 5' §\\\; § lot to say as it has been quite 21,1335? $1,531,111; 6:51:02? dbfgflscmfii ton lwsas they hodscogsdzst Oof heerI Weekly matohes' \ § awhile since I wrote. soup. aunt Mrs. Siam Kneeland_ at the Pauline Staley and Min Durand \ \\ Monday we took off at 8:15 and Y . ht t t th lHigh'kmds sex‘feral days las't week kicked through with productive §\§ \ my report to base radio went as ‘ 3111 ISIS! “0 g0 0 buinps ~ I A R x g of Shelton totals, although it was Elsie Peter- R \ follows: XMX F3SV43E BT OUT 1.“ e ‘5’ planes but they “We .1‘.“ 06‘ ft t’ son's league leading 182 game a. \ 8:15/K. F338 is base radio and v 0° “WOW “‘9?” 31W“? the .Sky “Md Wedntsda-V a “110°” .a which gave the flower girls a X § is from, 43E is my plane, ET is for a blg ship, especially wnen } Echo Farm With Mrs. H. A.DWln- tw0_pin edge in the finale. 1 _. ,,. § § ‘break sign, and /K is end of mes- we d9 formatlon flymg- i 501” and dauggters' Elfin all/ii): Meanwhile, Quality Cleaners 1 \x sage. Base radio is supposed to Your 10Ving‘ 5011, Bennett’ and va an a t°°k three big Strides towards AKE THIS § § receipt for it if they got it an “SPARKS” CLOTHIER. 50“ ‘second place with a clean sweep M v - \ 7 right. I have only one IMI, re- ————. ——-'—— Mr. and Mrs. Charley Baker decision over tail end Werber erl . ' \ . . g . I \ , peat, Since I started sending mes- E . . l and daughter Jeanr V}Slt€d .111 Wines as Hazel Ferrier got in thel o ,. § [sages We then went out over arly Thanksglvmg Shelton Thursday evening Wlth groove with the night’s best indi-i y ' § § the ocean and picked up two more Service Mt. Oliveer. and Mrs. Bob Gardner and vidual total, although she only ' . § planes for formation flying. Most __ ers. Frank Bennett. nosed out her rival leadoff, Freda F 1. Our Turke Dinner is Somethlllg § § the time we just go out over Continuing the custom of an “Mrs-spew? Belnn‘fitt 0:116?“ I"): Fredson, by four pins for that hon_ 0 y h l‘f 1 F ._ \ i e ocean and fly around. I sat early morning hour for Thanks-lJ TS- 1%“ nee, an an _ r or. The scoring: 3 T an ’ 11 01' the' § now we V3 90" an even fille" § lend then ciircuit almost. an hour giving Day worship at Mount}W§}ter glooéte CFriday egfnglgérton QuaL Clean (3) Werbergers (0). TO B 3 our 0 o . i an a afvuntil we started prac- Olive Lutheran Church, a festival rs» -, - arman 31- handicap 363 handicap 238: P h, Fllml Drive lo show cu! \ ticing lands and then we Signed service will be held at 9:30 am. was a View at the home “Mrs- He Ferrier 477 F. Fredson 473‘ '-G°bm°rs that are me rai l \ \ ’ ' Winners are the only grade n, § \ l off and went home. In the after- at the Hillcrest church this week H- A- WmSOI‘ ThurSday fivemng- 1M. Sutherl‘d 3751M. Kubik 420 th t {each our table: Our ‘ \;_ VMoRVE THRILLS! Lime ability! More power from \ noon it was the same thing. Thursday, Thanksgiving. MYS- Sign? Klleeland and 309 M. Sparks 314,F. Cormier 296 Tlsankggwmg Dinner is‘ com- ¥ every gallbn' ‘You’ll find all these advanta es i \ 39?“ F115 In Day, November 20. The Junior Kneela‘mf’w‘te‘l m Shelton Thurs‘ T- Stevens 333 V- Mcconkey 455 lete ; from sea food en- ' 3‘ \ . g n \ Tuesda afternoon we flew Choir will k ' ‘ -‘ day evening “nth Mr' and Mrs' G- Skelse 404 M. Stewart 425 . S the beaunful new Ch’YSIe'! § i down oveiI Mexico but were' call ance of thglafail fling“ app??? 'Jolm Kneeland 772 725 7%,9 2266 750 795 762 2307 tree to Yummy desserts‘ .. . s n in is ' ‘ - \ - l - t »ed back because a. fo was com- service. 0 W d . .‘ MYS- H- A- Winsor Spent Mon‘ Forrest 3 M 5. Ole n O htfl' § (Eyen if {you ve “lid Drwmg before . . . § ‘ mg. in towams the ba§e_ We got Thanksgivifig b25123: axilfvezggfii day and Tuesday in Shelton at handicap £823; iandica'; £9é All You can Eat § 97 “fiflf9Wfi Yr 1? grfafit 2:13:10“ efli- x ibaal; djust ahead of it. be distributed to needy families the1 Wife “If/I her :rfilljfrfggx E. Peterson 401 E. Smith 395‘ 25 \ ,,cs£nt o a Lrys er engines. m‘ ice and e nesday we flew,inla.nd as in the county. ' Fm 515 91”. 1“ an w M. Brewster 357 D. LeBarr 415! . I § Vacamatic transmission make this new Spitfire still § far a: the gamer and War the 'W'_ Windfall land Winfh? xii-Ellie M' Durand 436 M' Mimi“ 409' 4} Used \ moun ains. the afternoon We . SC 00 P 337 a 1 M. Gerhardt 326 E. Robinson 365 § Slammer ' ' ' moteffli‘ \ Igot off'at 1'2 o’clOck and I just MethOdlSt Men To School. ' ]P_ staley 452 J‘ Dodds 414 .. PJ k Clent...more economical! W, \ l stayed ashore and swam and wash- Serve Turke Dinner Mrs. Charley Baker was *1 V‘Sit' 1 739 731 790 2260706 696 788 2190 i ’_ § . . VA(A>;|AY~IC mnmmuslow \ ed clothes. y 01‘ at the home Of Mrs- J. S. car'l ____..__——-_.. .thls \ Come in . . . See It . . . an moisth 015m»; Thursda .' man at Davton on Armistice Day. . § t k h h l m , . \\ y we had a delayed on Monday evenmg, November, M d.M J A Shafer en TONSIL OPERATION \ a ct ew ee yourse . 24th at 6:30 the men will servel_ 1'- all r- r Carl Erickson, Simpson Log- § § . . . a turkey dinner at the Methodist “Wed dmner Sunday 1“ Shelton, ging Co. employe, underwent al and S ~ \\ 5 w D Church, The turkey will be prom at the home Of Mr- and Mrs R-n tonsilectomy at the Shelton hos-I Shelton Hotel Bldg. W i . \\\\\\\\\\ n U Vided by the men and the rest oft E'MGrenbgrfirq Howard Robmqon pital today. , v ,r ‘ . ~ -‘i r. an .. ,_ W.————- M -——v———a—--—-— —~—-” $11.11;); Igégnbyrflgamgugfigf; 1‘35}. ‘35.? “$2,, 10.36311}? $5,959: of Shelton and Mrs. Charley Baker 0 r 9 W -' :and daughter Jean, were visitors. S. L. PEARSON CHRIsTOPHEE ptolléhr rSAFLvE fixingoyfiie 31:;th program fol.a at Echo Farm Saturday evening. .. . canno remo . eve a! . ' Elmer Cooke, who was recent- 407 S. First Phone 132 35¢ and 69¢ Gardens Shelton w—fi— by discharged from the Army, Pharmacy. Phone 89. Journal Want—Ads—phone 100 after the summer training man-t euvers in California. was the guest over the weekend of his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. VJalter Cooke. Mr. Cooke, the ' son of Tom Cooke, in North Dak- iota, left here to go east, plan. ‘ning to visit a brother in Wis- Econsin, also, he likes the North- welfltr an?)ewgtheonhfxtmansgogon ' i "I i ‘ ’ I " I Bf“). two vii i351“ ‘ AS ‘ S' ’ ' -‘ n one—an l 5 . 0 Keith ViSited sunday at the ~ w ‘ ' V i goods in half dozen or dozlf‘xl home, of MI‘. and IVII‘S. Charley a} 20th .(‘cgtvnry’ Everyday, Baker. That evening they called, (rash Prices. five L on Mrs. R. R. Phillips in Shelton. Prices in This Ad Effcc Mrs. Signe Kneeland and‘Al‘ph Y ‘ and Joe Kneeland enjoyed a visit FRIDAY, SATURDA and supper at the home of Mr. MONDAY, ~ and Mrs. C. V. DeRosier in Shel- 4 ton Wednesday evening. I NOV- 21’ 22y 2 _ Walter Cooke and his nephew“ Elmer Cooke, spent Sunday with! lthe latte'r’s uncle and aunt, Mr.l :and Mrs. Chas. Cooke, at theirl - You don't have to hoard mod”! Saver 1 There is plenty of f0 Va everyone . . food of the”. finest quality, priced reasona cry day. Tips on buying W“ you to keep strictly to your b" Skating Skirts 2.49 ' Women‘s flared pinwheel style. Pink Grapefruit, Royal Rio No. 2’s Grapefruit Juice, Fey. Juice .. 46—07.. 14¢ ‘ Smart fabrics. dairy farm. l ‘7 Real Finds, 5 Mrs. Dewey Bennett visited on[ Tomatoes, PlnnaCle -------- ‘- 2 NO‘ SIMS; , ' EMonday afternoon with Mr. and l _ . , Handbags Mrs. E. A. Rutledge. Gold Medal Flour .............. .. 24 /2 l s . l '5 Mr. and Mrs. John Insel and [children of Gig Harbor, .visited ‘ with Mr. and Mrs. Walter Cooke? ‘ one day last week. 29a Cone'CutS Peaches, Fargo Home Style No. 293’s 19¢ .42? .......... .. Crushed Pineapple ............ .. N0. Zl/z’s 23¢ 98¢ lg I Kitchen Tested. Smart simulat- ,Rock Dell-#Fancy. ___ .. ._ . l . ' “"1 leathers l“ . I fl . . , Lavisth Trimmed newest SW“ 1 Marvnl Pearc , Sliced Pineapple ................ .. No. 21/2 S 19¢ . . l y . . Beautiful” Made, Fur Trim sport , I Pono Brand Fancy. . ' . Hoods (ComlnPed from Page One) Fireweed Honey ______________________ _, 20-02:. A The crmcs Claim the 2nd Ar" SpreCkers Honey Dew Pure—Best Quality. , ,mored Division is the best equip- --Ib. ' l/ ’ a éped and best trained division in 1 cloth ba 61 Shoe String Potatoes ........ .. No. /2 s g 1 , ! thec. (13111qu Army and that the 82nd Open House Brand. ' ' . ' R. . . and the 41st Infantry (Ar- # ‘ . . ' 50235210? mored) are the two best regi- . Strlng Beans -------------- -< 3 No- cans Cascach of. laces. delicate em- and Women: (ments in the Divi/Sion Tender-sweet_ Eiififliréefhalfrléetligieghfi: 1:2: Lovely haze 30%;? 52:32; gal-mg: . . Peas, Lakota .............. .. 3 No. 303 calls 29¢ , extravagantiy lovely the Chenille maneuvering and ha’ve stricter, Rock 5133:2535“ and Sweet Potatoes .... ........... ..No._ 2V; 51 kind She m‘ght mt buy for he” re ulations than her" ou New Pack-l—m SYTUP- Taylor Brande \ , 1. , . . . S I. d 8' any at t } ta" 591“ Bl“ out t°.m beaut'fuuy- ea S fit I know of and I have seen! 3 cans Breakfast Cocoa ___________ 2-“); ctr, . some 531:3 I“? extra fun 4 plenty of other Divisions. The """ '7' , Much Mm.e Brand. " ' Uri” 9+7, .5 swing 5 1r 5. n me rayon sa- i Nafonal G d B S t ~ . p ,1 tin or crepe1 15in these at the m :md Mn orginlzallodlagomlsarid glth (this — r grigley Gum, all flavors 3 Pkgs- t I tup 0" your ‘5 ! Division. ~ . . colors. . . pam . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. ()Zs can, U , V ‘ I made a 4th class 5 ecialistl i " .' (’lrls “001 rating the other dayy slfipmore a . . . . . . . . V . . . . . . . .. 2 N0. 2 S ‘ ‘1 You.Can’t Go vaeaters month. I turned down. a cor- Suns £116, damly Oven Baked. r Wrong. if You poml’S ratiggt because I likeh_tol en . Pearl Barley __________ ,_ 1.1!), (33110 pkgfil t! 0 1:01:90” ' ‘ 98¢ :gg’sstoaérfiigch £302: Sigh??? 1;; lbs. Swedish Peas, Marrofat ....... 1-lb..131 l yn- la Slips 9039:1137 duty. I would have had 24V2"b- 3”" 34¢ Great Northern White Beans Zl/z-lbs. 533$ /' ,. Her pet can“- to a 0 charge of a machine gun w v' ' . sansl in! yintcr- squad and I wouldn’t be satisfied! . Rea Me’ncan Beans ---- n; --------- .- 3"“)9- 22¢ , , . l . . I“ f ‘t “’10? five minutes doing that. Spry Mustard ______________________ H big 24-0% Jars 1' . I! A '1 Afizw-w . ,r l ;~3g.z . ,l ,- r . . . . lanneetc Special Training Beckons Martana Pre ax. d_ .. .- . They trying to send me to DOG FOOD Hi Ho Cradkdr 19¢ K‘s-D), PaJamaS Fort Knox. Ky., to mechanical I . S ------------------------------------ A, , , 4.1}, school because I have one of the ngh Qualltyr Meat' Catsup, B011. Best ...... .. 14-0Z. bottle 1 “ . . ., highest LQ. ratings in the com- Rich o pany. 2.7.? .......... .. 25¢ I'm coming home on a furlough rating with the TranSport Divis-l ion of the Second Squadron atl lCamp McClelland, near Sacra- mento, Ca1if., Mr. and Mrs. Cor- ‘ 'm‘ler learned yesterday. Capt. I I I M l’l‘obler married, Margaret Cormler. Girl‘s“ prints in December so will be seein I; I A 7 ~ 1 ' l g fl % znnggliccgtgrlis'm ‘ you. Boy, I’ll be glad to set foot I s. ' . Infants, in 1WaShlngton again, even if for M D , ' I, 7" . /,"' p . on y a few days. ’ If , Pracfilcau c°l°rfun . r .' , Sllver Set I had a nice trip to Fernandina and get .‘ 7. , Glass and Pottery ‘ this summer. Did John Kiely 'or eous Callfornla POTTERY in" 1 FIESTA WARE , ' - , , Amake the trip back there this SANITARY PADS piece Starter Sets. 9 . BOUDOIR LAMPS ¢ gang gle sag hletwas going in 2 35¢ ~ . ' 2 . 3' ep em er. e e me go any- Pk s. .............. .. ' ' 8¢ & Sillver fp lka t 03 where I wanted to in the mill and MB, Toilet Tissue 25 ' Beautifully designed pieces in ¢ gpggm. game? I sure took him at his word. I v ‘ . cheery! .wxmhiw cobra what 1 BO 8, looked in every corner, I‘ think. _— . algoislgugegnl‘fecggérglreizits to G Gd 3 _ghtly ,Amaaingly small price for such y u They gave at dandy mlll down « . - ay 1 5, rl distinctly lovely lamps. The lere an 1) en y of room for ex- , s ‘ ' gitd’wiigicfraggt—Seacsfiliglebe??? Packaged! beautifully designed basesam k socks pantsion. Their equipment is the MEAT PRICES GOOD FRI- SAT. MON. PRonucE PRICE ‘ tle' gem and priced 'way below 7 complemented by dainty. pleatv i beS . ' . .‘ ‘ SAT' What “mu d ekpect' TOWBI Sets ed shades in popular boudoir 5? pr. ‘ Well, Ernie, guess I’ll close. Will FRI' & ‘ . . colors. A matching pair will ‘g I look you up when I come home. I c I¢ . make a wonderful Christmas Hlisd f a v o rite Your friend, Spring Lamb MARBLEHEAD ' . ‘l -k - :- glfts- , 50%; Slex’lgthsséc _ MARVIN- L b 9 ' SQUASH -' g , . . _ . . v ,, ,. on or am ............................ .. 1b. ,.5¢ . . “‘3” iml‘éi‘éé’llrfesohé‘l‘ii il‘érhlah‘i'é Embroidered Cases pr 98¢ 3"” “‘6 S - - 1 St k ORANGES * ‘ca 5 0 i ' r ' — ' Ely set—it will be her special . l< Shirts 0“ In Lav? Recmves vea ea -' ----------------------------------- -- lb. 28¢ Lge_ Sunkist (102- 1.“, lawn”! 30"“ L309 Table CIOth31-93 Promotlon to Captain Beef Short Ribs __; _________________________ u lb, 17¢ V i - St r Beef. T0 ATOES v ‘ ‘ . % Stripe/x slum. A Hereafter the correct title will V e; Nice, firm ...... .v 'b‘ ,r" ' Unusually Attractive! figures. colors. be Captain James Tobler when 63 ew -------------------------------------- <- lb- 17¢ .r'" 49 tailored to lit: their son-in-law comes to visit. Tender and Meaty' SWEET b2 I, 1c . .‘ _ . l o v r . Woodenware Gifts ., y, -i gggnggrpgfoghgtrénand Mrs. John D111 Pickles __________________________ 3 for 10¢ porlrors 5* . C, I,” _'::" ' a“ t 1 For First Lieut. Tobler thisi MINCE MEAT ............... ....... .. 2-lbs. 29c CARROTS ,_ Week was promoted to captain’s Banner BrandruBulk. bunch, y. The sharp contrast of polished California Redwood and White Pine make these useful pieces unusually lovely! .1. a. 'llllr 0... Mn.