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November 27, 1941     Shelton Mason County Journal
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Page Eight Matlock Events Reported Thru A News Brevitiesl By Mrs. Zeb—Priszner Mntlock, Nov. 26.—Mr. and Mrs. James Greenwood and the latter’s father, Mr. Ackert of Snoqualmie, spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Elvin Hearing and Mrs. An— na Rediska. Mr. and Mrs. A. S. King andl Ernest, spent the weekend visit—l mg Vernon and Mary King and Mrs. Bess Beanfest, formerly Bess Thompson of Portland. Mrs. Anna Reed of Shelton spent several days this week with her son, C. E. Reed and family. , Mr. and Mrs. Ed Winkelman ~and family of Mud Bay, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Harris and family of Montesano and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Kelly and sons of Camp 3, spent Thanksgiving Day with Albert Winkelman. Mr. Clarence Christenson or Spokane, is visiting for several weeks in Elvin Hearing‘s home. Mr. and Mrs. Morie Anderson spent Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. Mose Dunkelberger and son, Harold. Mrs. R. C. Michael and daugh- ter, Mrs. Floyd Lord and son, Wesley Loback were Shelton call- ers Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Hans Nelson of Seattle and Mr. and Mrs. Elvin Hearing and Mrs. Anna Rediska enjoyed Thanksgiving dinner with (N. C. Nelson and Mrs. Mary Gog- gin. Mrs. C. S. Rhines of Shelton spent Thursday with Mrs. Zco Pl'iszner and sons. Sailors in Uncle Sam's Navy have their own language for cer- tain things. Candy bars, popcorn balls. nuts and similar sweets are called “porgy bait.” Ice cream, soda water. sundaes, gin— ger ale and soda pop are termed “gedunk.” I DON’T FORGET: —~_______ x? l l d i SHIRTS 1.00 w 2.5a PA-JAMAS 1.50t03.75 tol.00 JACKETS.....'.......................1.75up HATS...........................2.95t06.00 SWEATERS......................1.25t06.95 Men’s Jewelry Sportswear New Years Floor Show—Favors for All ! Men ’8 Wear 1 What’s the Good Word for Christmas? _SHELTON-MASON QOUN TY J OURN Al) Big Sum Spent In Advertising Peninsula Area In carrying on its all-Olympicv Peninsula advertising campaign during its fiscal year ending Oct- ober 1, the Olympic Peninsula Resort and Hotel Association spent more than $4,000 and through various advertising med- iums contacted many millions of potential peninsula visitors, it was shown in the annual report just issued. The association’s financial statement showed disburSements during the past year totaling $4,— 771.07, compared to $4,461.65 in 1940 and $3,762.06 the year be- fore. Income in 1941 was $5,- §>TA12T THINKING ,4qu 140.89. Biggest amounts spent during the past fiseal year included $1,- 368.89 for newspaper advertising, 'as a, backbone of a. well-planned DANCE R U S New Dance Band Every Sal. Nile HOOD CANAL PHONE UNION 294: We FEED You—We Don’t FOOL You ! travel advertising campaign. The sum of $835.71 was spent for illustrated folders, $1,501.93 for outdoor advertising, $363.63 for motion pictures, and $120 for ra- dio publicity. Membership of the association is composed of owners and inan- agers of resorts, hetels and cot- tage courts on the Olympic Pen- insula and executives of transpor- tation companies serving the area. Every member of the as- sociation is pledge to maintain high standards of business ethics and service. William O. Thorniley of the Black Ball Line is presi~ dent. During the season of 1941 the association erected 25 highway boards which were displayed to an estimated 20,000,000 motorists traveling in 8,500,000 automobiles. The boards were strategically lo- cated on principal routes of va— cation travel in Washington, Ore- gon and northern California. Booklets distributed by the as- sociation now have an annual cir— culation of 50,000. For several years the association has spon- sored activities of H. B. Crisler, noted naturalist and motion pic- ture photographer. Films he pro- duced received Wide circulation. Natural color movies of the pen- insula and new Olympics Nation- al Park have been shown to trav- el executives and groups of pros- pective visitors United States. l i l i i g which the association conSldersl l throughout the I f with her daughter, Mrs. Pat Mac- ‘AM l parents and family 'from Tacoma CHR\§TMA§ , Taxes . . Advertise It! l ' 0 NOT es 511ch 1TH moss PUMPKIN PIE§.~\... origin. With of the season ’lfhursday,_ N Weinberg MARK FREDSON, JESS DANlE HAZEL FERRlER TOP BOW approximately one-third} into the records, Mark Fredson holds a comfortable ‘ ten-pin lead over Bab Stewart in the city bowling league averages at the current moment, with al‘Dodds ........ .144} Stevens 200—pin-per—game figure piled up , Fd. Fredson 144} over the 30-ganle span the sea— , Stewart son has run so far. i Commercial leaguers are watcil- l McConkey .139 1, Corm . ing Jess Daniels from far to the l Robinson .... .1373I rear, the leader having a 187 pin Mimin average against Harry Young's l l‘unnerup average of 175. In the feminine league Hazel i Ferrier is getting close competi- ...153 VanBeek .... .129: weighs about 125 tonS' Workman .1511 F. Snelgrove 126 gun weighs about 90 t tion from Frankie Fredson and Pauline Staley, the trio respec-l tively having averages of 151$ 155 and 152. , The averages in all throel leagues follow, as of today: i CITY LEAGUE l M. Fredson 200% N. Westland 1673‘ Stewart ...190 l Skelsey ...... .166 1 .Merrick .... .186 , Friend ........ .165 l iRobinson ...185 W. Sn’lg’vc 165‘ Allen .......... .184 Bayley ...... .165 A. Ferrier .184 ‘ B. Roberts .164 ‘ P. Fredson 181 1 Elliott, Jr. .163 1 W. Woods .178 L. Westlund 162! K. Frcdson 178i Dittman .... .160 E Marshall .1176,I P. Roberts 158 i w: Daniels ...... .175! Reader ...15.‘< ; ,. 2‘ 2 Carlson ...... .175 , Noblett ...... .157 V l \ Mackey .... .174 , Scott .....,.....155 v ‘ l Aronson .... .173} H. Young .152 ’T" I . l S. Fredson 172 , Price 150 1: N “" Stalcy ...... .172 Fourre ....147‘, \' Q: i {IQ/MK; coAzy QUILT AND HAVE THE Tucker, ...... .171 1 Funk .147 "‘9 NE‘GHgoné IN To HELp QUILT IT“... I' H' “OOdS 170.1,H01t ; ----------- "146 [P , Peterson .... .169; G. Miller “.1423 THANK§ To AGRICUU‘URAL new? sEQwCE... I Forrest ...... .169], Dunbar ...... .133 l e ' ’ ‘ G. Young ....168 J. Miller .131», ”‘~""”’"”" '"WA—"W """"”‘""h""""‘"""" M" '7W'w'm"DM_”""-”"“'"“""__'~”w”_‘ -WVW" Elliott, Sr. .168 \Vingard .... “1301 , ‘ Washington State holds second Dodds ........ .168 Agate .Gra’l}ge HarveSt rank in production of cherries and Smith ........ .168 l - . - Festival IS Saturday pears and third rank in prodUC- Durand ...... .168, ; l BYGVltIBS , . non of prunes among the states of COMMERCIAL LEAGUE : I ‘ I Agate, Nov. 26.-~Agate Grange the nation. It is first in rasp- Daniels ...... .187 V. Savage -151; By 13 Stagmg a “HarveSt FeStlval" berries and blackberries, having H. Young ....175 Funk .......... .149} p this coming Saturday evening at the world record in production per A. Ferrier .173} Carter ........ .148 1 the Agate Grange Hall. Potluck acre of each ' .Dotson ______ .167 C. Savage .1145, . By “W” Bartel” supper will be served and dancing M. Fcrrier .165l G. Miller , m i Hoodsuort, Nov. 26.»—Mr. and Win form the Prmmpal entertain' Rock carvings of a prehi.t0ric Cammarano 1611Koppermall 139, Mrs. \leujam Daniels and David, ment- am I race along the Columbia RiV I" in Peterson ...161 Worthington 13H motored to Seattle on Thursday A large CrOWd attended and Washington State defy the mom-cinell ........ ..161}Warner ...... .136, to spend Thanksgiving Day with enJoyed the dance Sponsored laSt ory of man. No living Il'ldlan;Fourre ...... .160! White ........ .134 his mother, Mrs.D Carl Aberg. saturday by the Agate Grange- has ever seen these rock writings skerbini .... __159l Wingard .... H1211! Mr. and Mrs, Fred Radke of #‘m‘ ——“ made or has any tribal legend Sanderson .158 Bednarski ....130: Lake Cushman entertained his A Vacant house Won't Pay that can give a clue to thelI’JTlngStead. for the holidays. Mr. and Mrs. E. Grunland of Oregon enjoyed their recent trip to Hoodsport where they visited old friends. Mr. and Mrs. Yelmer Olsen of lLongbranch, spent Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Johnson and family. Then on Saturday, the Johnsons motored to Longbranch to visit her parents over the weekend. Mrs. Ross Williams’ parents, Mr. and Mrs. Zurbrick of Oregon, \spent their holidays at the Wil- liams home. Mrs. O. K. Linscott of Lake Cushman is ‘still in the Shelton lGeneral Hospital, but it is re- ported she is recovering nicely ,I from her recent operation. Mrs. Seattle for the holidays to Floy Yenter motored to be Donald. Mr. and Mrs. Don Soule and family spent from Thursday to lSunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Dickinson. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Kaare ., and Karen enjoyed Thanksgiving Day with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Matt Kaare of Nisqually, formerly of Hoodsport. ‘l Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Pagel and Vernon Pagel of Skokomisll Val— ley. and Mr. and Mrs. Terrance Pagel of Hoodsport, all motored to Napavine to spend Thanksgiv- ing Day with the parents of the ithrce brothers, Mr. and Mrs. , Robert Pagel. ' On Thursday afternoon and evening, M1: and Mrs. Jack Bran— denburg of Potlatcll, formerly of Hoodsport, visited old friends here. Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Pearce and family entertained with Thanks— giving dinner for twelve relatives on Thursday. Mrs. Abbey is back from the hospital after convalescing for two weeks and is Very much im- proved, Mr. and Mrs. Bates, Sr., Were here Sunday from Tacoma for the special Sunday school serv- ices rend’ered by their son, Rich- ard. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Johnson mo- tored to Tacoma to spend Thanks- giving Day with hcr parents and family, Mr. and Mrs. M. Crounce of that city. Dr. and Mrs. H. Lamberton are moving to Bremerton this week, where the Dr. is employed but he plans to keep up his dental busi’ ness here on weekends. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Bartels spent Thanksgiving Day in Alder with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Bartels. Mrs. Hunt returned to her home in Poulst last week following a month’s visit with her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Hunt and children. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Heinzelman of Forks spent the weekend with their aunt and uncle. Mr. and Mrs. H. ‘R, Dickinson. Mr. and Mrs. William Good- pastor motored to Centralia to be with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Parker from Thursday to Sun- day. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Asleson en- tertained with a Thanksgiving dinner for Mr. and Mrs. A1 Main of Potlatch, and Mr. and Mrs. Ted Asleson of Bremerton. of Elbe spent Saturday with his brother and sisterin—law, Mr. and Mrs. Ach Bartels. Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Dickinson are spending 'a week at their old home on the East Sound of Orcas Island visiting old friends. . Mr. and Mrs. William Bartels EX-SHELTONIANS PARENTS / Mr. and! Mrs. George S. Aardal of Auburn, former Shelton resi— dents, announce the birth of their first child, Robert George, born November 12, at the Tacoma Gen- eral Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Si- vert Aardal of Shelton are the paternal grandparents. x1 THIS SAUCEPAN will make you II"! the new . . . I Sz‘az'nleu Steel Copper Clad THE list. “334%” Stainless steel is easy to clean as your modern kitchen table top, lasts and lasts, adds a decorative note to your kitchenuA copper clad base because copper is the perfect heating surface, heats evenly and won’t form hot spots to burn your food and make it stick, because it’s practically warp proof and always stands flat over the flame. Notice the new handsome slip proof han- dles, the new, tight fit of the lid, the sleek modern lines. 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