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Shelton Mason County Journal
Shelton, Washington
November 27, 1941     Shelton Mason County Journal
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November 27, 1941

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Tell the prospects Where you are. With a Journal. Want-Ad $25.00 REWARD Will he paid by the manufacture! l for .. . . ‘, Camp 3, Nov. 28.~ The Camp. cannOt remcve‘ It Nmer balls'l Stopped 0“ Com Street "1t F‘fthl 'l folks wish to extend their 35¢ Pharmacy. Phone 89. l CHRISTOPHER CORN SALVEi ing struck the rear end ofa car, .1 _.-_ . “an.” . ,1, Resident's ( l :3 A)? ‘7 _ V_ l Mrs. Irene Forrest of Shelton? S" L” lsulfered minor face injuries last; (/00 P vflyS By June Quarlier l night when the car she. was driv— , any Corn or Callous GREAT and 60c Gordon’s Shelton; which was operated by Orlo sun" 3. 1 ._.,, L . VHS of Shelton. 1‘ thank. to tie thinpson ogging 1 company in appreciation for the turkeys that they receive each a 3‘1 ‘25 l - h - xwwxmxmfixwmwmwmmmxmxfi .9 xxaxfloxfifixflxflflxxxaafifixxflxxzsrxrsgxarxgxxmrafixflfigxrfifixxc as?" it it 2.213;: 5’ Thanksgiving. ‘ Mr. and Mrs. Bobl3y-7ilarshall spent the, "i‘hrinksg’ivingr holidays fin Aberdeen, the occasion being family reunion. Max Schmidt and Min; Schmidt. :.lr., with Mr. Roy Necks and son Elmer Meeks, attended, the Ore,- gon-VVasllington game in Scuttle Saturday. - Mr. and Mrs. Archie Vaughn and children, spent their Thanks— giving with Mr. and Mrs. Harold Vaughn at Longvicw. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde. Townsend and daughter, Shirley, Were hanksgiving guests of Mr. and Irs. Rex Jasper at Arcadia. , Allen Strine who has 1 in the Shelton Hospital for treat- lment. has returned home feeling much better. Mrs. Judson Quortirr rind (lauql‘lx‘l‘ June. were dinner guests of Mr. and Merrill Pierce .n.t Shelton Sunday. New Family In (‘amp 3 Mr. and Mrs. Howard l'lobinson. ffll'h’lOYlV of Shelton. moved .Camn .‘l Saturday. Mr worked for Simpsons (it old Camp One. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Ellison and children were Thanksgiving din- ,ner guests of Mrs. Ellison‘s par- lents. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Zanrlcll of OVster Bay. Miss Lorna Rogers who student at P.I..C., came home to spend the holidays with her par- ents. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Rogers. Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Daven— lport and Mrs. H. R. Lozier of Olympia. were Thanksgiving dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ted Ferris. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Hulbert and daughter Ann Louise, spent the werkend at the home of Mr. land Mrs. Ralph Clyde at Brem- orton. ; Mr. and Mrs. Angus Dufour and grandchildren Agnes and Sandra ,were. weekend guests of their son Harry Dufour at Midway. Mr. and Mrs. J. E‘. Lozicr and children spent Thanksgiving with Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Lozier at Tnmwater. Mr. and Mrs. Amos Martin of Olympia. were Sunday guests of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Howell. I. You Alone Can Give This Gift: Yourself :a. s. 7‘; F?“ l 24’: 295% Ya . P2 ‘ll. .i To someone dear, for .-; Sp whom no material gift can quite be enough —— your photograph will say all that you want it to. Our natural, artistic work is guaranteed. Arrange today —— for this person- al Christmas gift. When You Start Your Christmas Shoppingw‘Come' To Andrews Movie Cameras and Projectors Kodaks Tripods — Albums Camera Fan Gifts 1 fifirfin a. ‘5 w '32: Photo Instruction Books Kodak Printers Kodakslide Files Photographic Greeting Cards (made to order) Kodak &. Movie Film —— All Sizes Andrews Studio RE'PI‘RN T0 OREGON Mr. and Mrs. Marion Hammock who were Shelton visitors last week. returned to their home near Eugene, Oregon Sunday. Mrs. Hammock visited her mother, Mrs. Mae Burgess while here. ii ill .4. PRACTICAL—because they can serve a useful purpose every Beautiful, because they are more handsomely designed Quality made to endure, because they are gifts are day. than ever before. produced by skilled American labor — electrical a wise choice this Christmas! Here are just a few of the most popular items in our stock. General Electric ROASTER can pro- pare an entire meal in compact space. Sep- arate rack and vege- table cookers. 24.95 GENERAL ELECTRlC SANDWICH MAKER & WAFFLE IRON —— with separate waffle girds. 8.95 SUNBEAM IRON-MASTER . . . light~weight, with fabric heat gauges. G.E. SUN LAMP ideal for the nurs- ery, the invalid, the sun tan fancier! , 39.95 0 bins Electric y. it t xxxssmmxxmfimmmsmmmmmmmmmammmmxmmmmmxmxmmm h w been ‘ into i . RobinSOn . is a: . -V I l V‘ . W 27, 31y, N» Each bit of tape, b ' ‘SHELTllN—MASONCCllUNTY JOURNAL on - Hold Special Meetings? imember of the U. 5. Na , _. « i Consolidated with The Shelton Independent la meaning all its own. $5 FOR SALE: ’38 Clctrac tractor, Beginning Sunday With a. Har-i Published every Tuesday and Thursday afternoon how long the wearer l; | in the Navy, the branc .- 1 equipped With hydrauuc blade- 2 vest Home Festival and continu-l Associatlun SHEL’I‘ON-MASON COUNTY JOURNAL Thursday, November Mt. View Chapel Will , , vvvvvvvvvvv cvvvv‘ 'vvvvvvv { Too Late to Classify i ‘ vvwvvvvvvvrvvvvvvvvvvvv Fully rebuilt. Will sell part 01‘ l ing for two Weeks every mght but; Member of service to which he has W. Hm ‘ full interest. John H. James, ., ‘ . . . Entered as scciind—cla55 matter at the postofi‘lc-e at Shelton, Washington i signed and his pay M. whet l I .11‘. u 11_27__12_9__4t Monday, specml meetings Will be _q_ -l , 0 13% V l ‘1 ‘Wdup' 'iconducted in the Mountain Viewi S b .' ' R t . l‘#*“w“—‘_—"W“" K' 7”” n A M“— 'Chape1 by Rev John VVesleV Lee ' u SCI lptlon 3' es' l n0)" "1‘ FOR RENT: 3 room house, hoti ‘ - both of t lfamous Chicago evangelist. 0n and cold water, bath and Sta- 3 i 7. , “(may tubs. Partially furnish l Sunday at the owningD seruce a ldelegate of students from the ‘ fg‘aggaégfias’ Rome 2’iSimpson Bible Institute of Seat— ., , tlc will present a musical and scr-l “M W ___1_1_27 2:1” "t: , monet program. At this service, FOR SALE: 20-acres near bay at and the; morning service gifts of; Agate. 9acres cleared. Road on fOOd W111 be received for the two sides. All fenced. Mrs. A. SChOOl- The Chumh Will be Spelli- BY MAIL: in Mason County (outside of Shelton city mail carrier districts) | £2 per year; 6 lnonti' $1.25; months, 75c. Foreign $3.51) per year. Postal E regulations l'ol'blrl risidcnts 01‘ Shelton served by city mall carrier trom, rbCeiv‘ng their Journal by mail. . 1 BY JOURNAL CARRIER: in Shelton, 25¢ per month (collected by carrier) l or $2.50 per year in advance. ‘ .Cindy Lou says, amoosin', but confoozi tryin’ to get the best’ your money. But when '. W. Arms try SHAFER’S BAKEdVirg'inz PRODUCTS you’re suN' Shelton, 1 . the value 7M it's only“3 I. GRANT C. ANGLE Edit ). EBER ANGLE Manager l i i I l, ‘ ‘ . in’ you haven't tried v i Matthes, Route 2. lally decorated for this day‘s ser-l Dairying is the major agricul- value of products produced, fol-i befoyin ‘illll. _\i . 11-27-—12-4--3t. l Vices- tural industry in the state in the lowed by fruit, grain and poultry. “$113181le l ‘.____.__, .. ._ _ ‘ . we in; ONE SLEEPING ROOM for rent: “ "‘ _ " “‘ ’ o "r '“ “M —“ "‘**""‘““*—-—“‘-~ r‘ MW" H l " blown gentleman preferred. 206 North l First Street. 0' 11-27-—1t.i . _.._._.... ———l 2 MY Bl L L Y BOY registered j l Hampshire boar (belted) for service. F. K. Warren, Belfair.‘ : Phone 421. 11-27--12-2--2t. , l ... .. .._.____... ..i.__‘.e.-V,__~_.__.___- i ; FOR SALE: 1932 Chevrolet coupe, new paint, special wheels, me— ; chanically good. See it at Tri- angle SCI‘VICC or phone 389-W. 11-27. 12-2-4~—3t. 1W; i No. 1465 , NOTICE TO cunmrons l I I l . l l 1 In the. Superior Court of the State. of Washington for Mason County.’ in Probate. l . IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE ' 0F W’ILLIAM J. FLETCHER, DE-l (fEASED. 5 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. that' the llndmsigned, Ruth Saulnler, nasi been appointed and has qualified as. Adinlnistratrix with the Will annexod l of the Estate of William J. Fletcher, l Deceased, and that all persons hay-i ing claims against Est-Moi and the said Deceased are hereby rrqllll‘ed to serve the same, duly vcri- I fled. with the necessary vouchers at- tached. upon the Undersigned Admin- Ul‘l Sill“ mnmix Wm, the wm annexed, or Our Low‘PriCe Policy is right in tune with these times when the rising cost of living her Attorney of Record at tho IJaW‘ and mounting defense taxes make everyone feel the need to economize. But thrift Egfilj’gorgmg‘agmg‘mé‘e‘gfiéngflmui. doesn’t mean stinting on quality or quantity . . . at least, not when you trade here 5011 County. Washington, the same be- because our modern food department is fairly bursting with fine quality foods at ing designated as the place for the} prices that help you reach a high note in savings when composing your weekly food illgshiigilv gfndtllllehslli?lrie:lair?ifs ttiil?‘ ("den—Just Phone 305 for Prompt phone delivery service! gether with proof 'of service, with the Clerk of the above entitled Court, PRICES EFFECTIVE FRIDAY: SATURDAY, MONDAY Within six months after the first pub— lication of this Notice. to-‘wit: Nov- ember 27th, 1941. or said claims shall be forever barred. Date of First Pub- lication, November 27th. 1941. RUTH SAULNIER. Administratrix with the. Will am nexed of the Estate. of William J. Fletcher. Deceased, Suite 1, Lumbermcn‘s Building. Shelton. ] Mason County, Washington. lCHAS. R. LEWIS. , , Attorney for said Administratrix and said Estate; Suite 1. Lumber- lmen's Building. Shelton, Mason l County, i 11—27. 1 Washington. l l TOMATO soup . . . 3 cans 2 3-lbs. 29¢ SEAPOBT MATCHES 6 boxes I . NOODLES EOEFEE . _ _ z_lbs_ 4; Plain. L. M. Special Blend. It’s not necessary to pay more for a really fine coffee. 1-11). pkg. 10¢ JEWEL SHORTENING 3-lbs. 4‘ giggifigflgfi CORN FLAKES 35,, WHITE SUGAR . . lO-lb. bag. 61 for ‘ . Powdered Sugar .. . . . . -lbs. 21¢ Brown Sugar, bulk .. . . 3-lbs. 19¢ 124-11—18—4t. 2 lgc. pkgs. ................ .. 19¢ l 1 Extra pkg. .............. .. 1¢ l Grandpa’s TAR SOAP With pocket comb. 2for.....19¢ ' Soa Flakes ‘ QuickpArrowfl21—oz. . 39¢ i or INDIANAPOLIS P. J. McMANUS l mu. as AT OUR srone ' DEC. 2 and 3 HARD lbs. Satin Finish. GUM DROPS lbs. .............. .. FRENCH CREAMS 2 lbs. F0 Dill Pickles ' Sylvan. No. 2%; Can. Can 10¢ 3'5 Spaghetti D SUNSHINE With Rim Ch. . KriSpy Ckers and Tomato 5300?. ' ‘ . \ Sunshine p ‘* Grahams . l 2-lb. pkgs. 1 each 59¢ WALNUTS 2 lbs. ............ .. New Crop. :L- .".."... .gséfflmlab.” ;,;‘ hm roe omv 25¢ AND acx ror mom 6mm 5 Super Suds "RAYON 2 PKGS. LEGO’PORK.........lb. PORK ROAST....... lb. PORKSTEAK........lb. PORKCHOPS........lb. “gar? Spinach . . . . .. . . . .. 3-le. 10¢ Gineh-uit L . . . . . . . 10—1bs.-13¢ Fine New Suiliyngs Made_to_order at Arizona Seedless. Wme l Oranges . . . . . . . . . . 8-le. FRESH OYSTERS ____________ __ pint 24¢ $30 $6250 sweet my Va‘m‘“ FRESH SHRIMP ............ .. 2~lbs. 55¢ a ,d ’ to Apples - - - 10-111 ShOD- bglg 49¢ LGE. FRANKFURTERS .... __ lb. 25¢ ' lie Sm l Regardless of your height, width, Fancy and extra fancy WinesapBOX-—1. 9. ROAST I h I H lb. °‘ *hiCkneu—wbether you are SWEET POTATOES __________ H 4_1bs. 25, ---------- 2.3::Sizizlxzifisrrmls (Jersew—U- 8- No- 1- ‘5 FRESSH RED SNAPP§§ “ll-blag: 33:“ ~,V;l;°n,g°; *he LOCAL CARROTS ...... ._ bunches 10¢ RED ILVER SALM - 35¢, meta??? $211.2. £.:d,§§§’°;§ LETTUCE ____________________________ ._ for 15¢ Hormel PIGS FEET ...... .. q . 381' , . ,1 SAUER KRAUT .............. ._ 2-1bs. 15¢ HAMS .................................... _. lb. 35¢ yard-length samples, choose from about every new color and pat- tern, tailored to measure in ad- vanced exclusive custom styles. Be Mealured While Ho 1": Here «« Immediate or Futuro M. H. NEEDHAM Men’s Wear CALIFORNIA CELERY lge. stlks 10¢ BUY THEM NOW for the holidays. good keepers. 'MBERMEN’S MEREHNTILE E‘ They are Your Complete Department Store -——- “Where Quality llleets Price’,’