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December 4, 1941     Shelton Mason County Journal
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Page Four 375.00 REWARD Will be paid by the manufacturer for any Corn or Callous GREAT CHRISTOPHER C O R N SALVE , cannot remove. ‘ 35c and 60¢ Gordon's Pharmacy. Phone 89. 0 Cook-Master Oveii Control : 0 Cooking Top Lamp oLarge “Even-Heat” Oven -High Speed Broiler DRadiantube Cooking Unit: I Thermizer Deep -Well Cooker - All-Porcelain Finish Complete information about‘State Auditors Here what you have to sell alWaysi helps. plete their work. It Never Fails; Shelton i - Save Time it it h. it, h I fl ’l'l" symbol of Santa. Choose any 0_ They’re sure to make him believe g ‘ SHIRT SOCKS 3 ‘25‘1' TIME you thought of Him, you know! That chap who’s behind the jolly and generous f these with your eyes shut! that there’s a Santa, too! the spirit and substance Arrow and VanHeusen I 1 I. F V Tritime Slip On or Coat Wembley, Botany or Arrow Comfortable House Plain, Colored or Initialed‘ Dress I “' State Auditors Frank W. Ga , her and Ralph Davidson today be- gan the bi-annual check of thel city's books conducted by State Auditor‘s office. pect to take two weeks to com- 1 Journal Want—Ads—phone 100 I Save Food Dollars! - Sovo Healthful Vitamins! ' You’ll save yourself kitchen-hours, make your food budget go farther, and retain precious min- erals and vitamins with Frigidaire Electric Cook- ; ing. It’s fast, cheap, clean the I They ex- l ' ' To Check City Books]Sk0k0mlSh Brlde l'd— l Feted At Shower In Valley School Skokonlish. Dcc. shower was given in honor of Mrs. Violet Eager at the school house, November 27. Many love- ly gifts were received. Games were played and a delightful lunch was served. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Fourre spent the weekend in Portland vi51ting friends. Mrs. James Daily motored to Seattle last Tuesday to visit rel- atives. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hunter entertained Mr. and Mrs. Lake of Bremerton, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Deyette, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Doak. Marvin Anderson and Arnold Brannon, Thanksgiv- ing Day. Mrs. Albert Newell journeyed her daughter, Miss Phyllis Newcll, who is confined to a Seattle hos- pital. Eugene N. Lanier and Albert of Mrs. Harry Deyette nephews t h e Were overnight guests at home of Keith Campbell and Har- ry Deyctte. Skokomish J u n i o r Women's Everett Fourre. Two new mem- bers were taken in, Mrs. Donald Doak and Mrs. Louis Hutton. A business meeting was held fol- lowed by a delightful luncheon. I Mr. and Mrs. Donald Doak and Mrs. Charles Hunter and Mrs. Louis Hutton spent Monday shop- ping in Bremerton. Mr. Jack Johnston is Spending a few weeks in Port Angelt—s Vis- iting relatives. Shelton Couple Homieiiarom Neb. Mr. and Mrs. James H. John- son returned to their home in Shelton Tuesday evening after enjoying a two-month visit with relatives in their old home town of Broken Bow, Nebraska. the past dozen years in the Mid- dle West following a good rain season. The weather was turn- ing pretty cold when the Shelton couple decided to head for home to beat the threatened railroad strike. Mr. Johnson himself is a retired railroad man, having been a coalshed operator for the Burl— ington line for many years. s $2.00 for $1.10 to $1.00 pr. ERS’". '. "$2.95 to $6.95 TIES $1.00 SLIPPERS 98;: to $2.95 HANDKERCHIEFS 25¢ . $1 GLOVES . . . . . $1.25 to $3.50 GIVE HIM A MINIATURE HAT 1 WITH HIS GIFT CERTIFICATE \ Girls (flies give NEW In Broken Bow the couple visited their daughter, Mrs. C. A. Wagner, and a sister of Mrs. Johnson's. ' éfifi’xfifififififififlflfifl'kfdaéflfdéafiflflflfli fil g , ’e‘. — ‘riv . .. :‘ ‘ e.— p ..‘ Comfort. . . Fit and Style in AILORED MAN PAJAMAS byGlover o Bill Folds, Key Cases, Military Sets . . . . to $5.95 $2 to $5 } A Large Selection of Belts . . . . . . . . . . . . at $1.00 Tie Chains, Key Chains, Tie Clasps. . 50¢ to $1.00 7A bridal ' James . to Seattle last Saturday to visit» J. Lanier from Seward, Alaska,l club met at the home of Mrs.I They found crops the best inl Shelton I l I I l l l l , highest praise, for it may mean I ‘ltheir way to spend the evening 1 I versary; I Potlatch, Hoodsport l Thursday, , December 41811333 13 ,_ snELTQN-MASON COHETY lourNAL‘ . W--- I . l . Townsend Club Will ForreSt VICtory Nominate Next Monday2 lHADLUCKMERKS lBasketbaHGame : , , String Selssored i —- l i | Friday Features a H V. ,l ‘, AGAIN BEATEN BY‘ Matlock Events, By Cleaner Quin :naié’t‘iéi‘i’éiff‘fif fofiiilgi‘ill‘éil i LONE CAGE POINT Z l-E p—i O {11 We.» Anyone wishing Carpenters, please call_ R U c H, 409.w, Busmem . Agent for Carpenters U f ,at its regular meeting scheduled, By Mrs. Zen Priszner ’ “'OMEF'I'S‘BCWLING i for next Monday evening, officers. 1 , 3 M. d M ‘ w, L. Pct. of the club announced today. Ai I0”- I McConkey Pharmacy Metes ()ut: NMaf’flocfi'clizca 67117718221538 Jafigdi Forrest Gardens ~20 11 1594 5 fun attendance IS urged- ! second Straight 27'26 Defeat and Mrs Kenneth Clarke of Mgfifi‘: 015:3];le 1 --------- '- A ‘— A ' TO I" M'; Mccleary 1“ l Washington D C. Were guests! 8v b y “We” ----- H12 24 .333 {fifl‘xfix‘g'xgflflxg‘fifix’gxfi'xggflgflflflfi“a. Form Reversal zsunday of 'Mr' and Mrs Elvin 9r erg" mes """ H ' ' l . ' " . High Scores CITY BASKETBALL LEAGUE iHeam‘g and Mrs- A Red‘Ska-l Game—Pauline Staley 203. l¥ W L PF PAI MrsL (5181:; “1.1” be remembered‘ Total—«Freda Fredson 534. i McConkey Pharm. ..1 0 27 26, as e 5" earmg- Matches Monday I4—E Dairy .................. ..l, 0 27 26 Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Rhines of Mason Cleaner-S vs_ Fol-rests. V p Kimbel Oil .............. ..1 0 39 4 Shelton spent Friday afternoon Quality Cleaners vs_ werbergen .R I McCleary Timber ....1 l 32 59 and Saturday with Mrs. Zeo, _._.__ r I S m a l" , gwnson’s Cafe ............ ..0 1 20 28 Priszner. Forrest Garden's triumphant} i L. M. .... ............... ..o 2 52 54': Mr, and Mrs, Wm, Eve“, M,SS_; march through the feminine bowl— 2, it, x I score“ LaSt Night es; Edith and Marjorie Evers, Mrs. ' clleague, gilt“ ,mtiha ‘fRUS51ayglg ' MCCOY‘II‘CY Pharmacy 27' Li M» Ch les Evers and daughter, Ev-i (“Fay mg m 9 “Wm 0 26, email: Sawrifu and Jack Hodgson l Quallty Cleaners Who put E," 59‘1"“ MCCIEM‘Y 28y Wilson's Cafe 20- were dinner guests of Mr. and , den end to the 15'game Wmnmglig- Mrs. Rev Meek Sunday in Sko_,streak the flower five had run Games Saturday I komish Valley. up‘ I 7:30—4-E Dairyrvs. Kimbel. 8:30—7McConkey vs. Wilson. Games Monday 7 -Way Winter is here at last, as the' It wasnt really SO much Qual- ity's good bowling as Forrest's ii: I 9 Inn—4.3 Dan-y VS, Mccieary fair?oolgfifilgshtlalstts nfi‘ritt- Snow on poor work on the. maples .Wthh g lended the long Victory strln as 10 p-m-Mxlmbel VS- Mcconkey'l Mrs. C. E Reed and Mrs- zeo neither team had any kind at” a , , Priszner were amon the man ' .l t I Sideliners have already picked: who attended the Stomshowei Sifg‘ffinéo 812:}: Veggvggltttggs (évfilélg “.19” hand IUCk Champion 0f the for Mrs. Rhines in Shelton Thurs- ‘ Garden decigig; with a 203 countl City league bafiketba“ season day afternoon at Mrs' ArmStmng’S i which earned honors in that div-l ' meze 0'" “MT” | That honor fell to the red-[fiome on Mm Creek ;.. f. . . . I q ,. .l ' Shirted Lumbermen,s Mercantile , I, , 1S10n o indiVidual scoring. 1 tum (m . . ML and Mrs' Elvm Hearing The other individual scorin qqmntet last Right after the and Mrs. Rediska, Miss Frances honor fell to Freda Fredgong {Merks had IOSt their sefwfld con' Markwell and Clarence Christian- whoge 534 total sum was,” eno‘u r; E Complete with pleated $80119”? one'Pomt dCCISlon by sen were dinner guests of Miss} to gave tailend werber er Wiieiif» Shade. Has MOEUI SOCK‘ identical scores of 27 to 26. Thls' Cecilia Kalsch and Miss Hazel from 3‘2 ,0 1 defeat at ’5}, hand. p et with 3-way light. time Mcconlfey Pharmacy applled Jane Puree, at the teachers’ cot- , of qecond Mason Cleanerse Me: Plus 3 candles v—v— plus ltllssequeeze 1“ a really mtereStmg tage at Mary'M. Knight school‘ na‘Mifflin pulled the coxfik from nite light in base ‘ g Th‘ h l . . ThurSday evemng' the wine women with an average 9 P “mam-“ts were m front Pomona Grange meets Sundayvl buildin total ass'stei Ht] 311 the way, thanks to the W01”k December 7, at Shelton Valley. 1 bv Eve? n Sm’.th ’1 ’L “0 l 8‘ of Bill Somers. the Grapeview, Installation of officers will be the‘ an“, Sioring.’ ‘ veteran. and Buck Price. another-t main event of the day, starting w b’ , ' ~ a :vetcran late of Montana, but the at. 10:30. ,All grange members er "gets (3) Maw“ we?" (2) Matching 3.1.. M. rmadeA a nifty second half- are urged to attend. : Handwap 4‘32 'Hand‘CflI" 132 . § comeback alter being shorthanded,l The first league basketball l Fre' .Fredson 5'34 Smith” ' 430 l "'6 l 17-11, at the rest period to dog— game will be played Friday night Kulmf ', [.321 U439.”- 379 gone near nip the pill pushers. at Mary Knight gymnasium withl 001mm '301 lellm . 442‘ " ,~‘ i Walt Elliott, Herb Driver and Benl 0costa boys and girls. The games Pauley 2811R°bmson 413 K ljdml) :«Hallgrimson all had a hand inlstarting at 7:45. Admission —- ‘.Mcconke-V 443 DOddS , “(ilk 1, the L. M.‘s recovery; adults 350: students '250.) Season 707 827 778 2312764 718 804‘ 229°] Ivory in" I After its horrible exhibition tickets for all 'baskctball,_games 'FOI‘FB'St (1) Qual- 01811" (2)! 3,. a. iMonday night, McCleary Timber‘a‘nd spring plays may:;be_§pur-' Handicap 153, Handicap 291 “WHO I came back last night to look chased at the game Friday night. Fm. FredSOH .405 Ferrie!‘ 448 x i like a different club entirely while Adults $1.50 and students $1.00. ,Brewster 328 Skelsey 437 l . Elianging a 28 to 20 defeat on 1' ———————————— *r-ér— iDurand 353 Sparks 2:10 H , VVilson’s Cafe. Bill Schirmer [Staley 474 Stephens 3 2i peered eight to top the game's AUTOS 09.93% HERE Peterson 440‘Allen 33“ ouim- Floor Lamps $7 50 to $27 50 individual efforts, but only one Cam driven bv Thelma Clark 696 743 714 2153722 676 742 2140 ' ' ' ‘ l l I out of 16 players who got into, the scrap failed to' dent the scor-l ‘ ing column. . of Route 1 and Pierre Ccnotto, Shelton. received damages esti- mated respectivelv at $75 and $50 in a collision at First and Mechan- Enters Hospital Mrs. Walter Day of Union en- The lineups: tercd the Shelton General Hospi- Olsen Furniture Co. 3 M k FHSST GAME ,ic streets Tuesday, according to tal last Friday for a major opera- LL Age '0" 3y ( 7) L- M. (26) their reports at the city hall. tion. She is reported recovering I ‘ihome’: -------- “F ~~~~~~~~~ “ Fredson ll Neither driver was injured. rapidly y ‘ I , ---- -- --~--fién§ri§:g:rt§ i .axmmmmxgmmmxxmmmmxxmammmmmxas' vi - _ - - _. _ > I. v---——- -—-————-—*-' ' " —~ "’ — —~— r—~——- — WW‘W’W- ”‘ ‘- ‘- ' *" ‘rh —- -—*~‘ "‘ V "——7—""’ "‘ “’ "A " 7' L ,V‘ we 3 -------- L. ~ M. Eacrett4 ______ “G IIIIIIIIII H Driver 7_._ .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . Subs: McConkey—Price 6, Wil- l' g V son 4, Mong. L. M.—~Elliott als'g: . vi Th S t l E ' P t S l t d momma e a urc a venlno‘ .. os ..e cc 6 McCleary (28) ' Wilson’s (20) .. . b Schirmer 8 .... ..F ...... Welton 4 .‘ 1 Mel Morgan 4 . Burgane 4 . " r. . . l Eddy 4 ...... ..C .................. .. Bell 4 ., Fr, B. Bednarski 3 G.... Dittman ' ' ‘ 13...“... 5 e .......... .. cm... 2:. Favorite American t Subs: Mcheary~Marv Morgan 13, P. Roberts 1. Wilson's—B. Armstrong2, Carrigan 2, Stoy 1, Alexander 1. ews Brevities Tell About Late Doings At Agatelfiq: Christmas Gifts h. a???" By Mrs. Mary Matthes l . Agate, Dec. 3.—The community‘% is listening to the ’1240 Club’s! radio broadcast in Shelton, and, ‘ , proud of our talented _young‘ - Only one person knows exactly what is the nlc— folks- The Sponsors receive the est present, the person who is going to get it! That’s why the Saturday Evening Post asked 10,000 families “What do you hope to get for Christmas Here are a few of the answers and we have dozens of other ‘favorite” gifts await- ing your inspection. They’re sure to please every member of the family and friends too. You may purchase them on your own liberal terms. the stepping stone to fame for some of our Shelton talent. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Whetham] and Mrs. M. Nicholson of Port Angeles, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. P. York over the weekend. They attended the grange har- vest festival, and every one en- joyed Mr. Whetham and his violin, for he plays and dances " at the same time. Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Crane and x. . daughter Ernestine and grand-‘ daughter, called on Mrs. Matthes Saturday evening. They Were on if: WflflfiflflflflfiKMWKflflflflflflflflWflflflvf SUNBEAM V Mixnlaster; Famous Pop-Up Toaster Genuine Toastmaster . . . You don’t know how adelicious toast can be until you’ve tried Toast- masterl' Automatically golden browns toast’tojust the shade desired. Serves it up piping hots-two pieces at a time. with Mrs. Crane‘s parents, and Mrs. C. P. Grindrod. Mr. and Mrs. Charley Ferbruch " ‘. will celebrate their wedding anni- ‘ also Mr. Ferbruch’s birthday, with a party at thei Agate grange hall December 13. All friends are invited to attend. . The Agate ladies Sewing club ., , gathered at the home of Mrs. E. Hawkinson last Wednesday. All enjoyed a pleasant afternoon sew- ing and visiting, and delicious re- freshments. Those present were, Mrs. F. Guy, Mrs. D. Clark, Mrs. J. Vanderwal, Mrs. A. J. How~ arth and the hostess, Mrs. E. Hawkinson. Mrs. D. J. Goodro was called to her daughter’s home in East— ern Washington Friday, where her granddaughter is seriously ill. Mr. and Mrs. E. Hawkinson {spent Tuesday afternoon visiting I I Mr. With automatic mixv'finde’g ‘ A gift that will save tir‘ne an labor in the kitchen all year long. Exclusive mix—finder; assures correct speed for 31 mixing with full mix heaters! bowls and juicer attachment $16.95 a l . 1-3928375' __________'___________——e/ A You Crowd Favorite! 7% WWWXWVL); ALMOST A KITCHEN ITSELF Everhot Roaster Does nearly everything a large stove does, yet fits into a small space. Can be easily covered. Auto- .__._.__..—.—-_.. U. S. PAINTS N0. 2l64251- NO. 2200674 with Mr. and Mrs. H. Welch. Mr. Middelton is very ill at his matic lid lifter, self bast- 1942 home, after suffering a stroke. ing, heat-proof pyrex oven set. UNIVERSAL PORTABLE with BUILT-IN MOVABLE “ZAVEMagll/Er 151’ nirggyromummd . v." mum» Willflflll” ', amen "pram: mt . . . 9: ton mount on“ complete $23.95 School Consolidation . I . With Fully Automatic BUIIt-in Cabinet Vote To Be Saturday Proposed consolidation of the Potlatch and Hoodsport Sta n cl $36.95 school ' ' For LUXURY and BEAUTY .\ districts will be voted upon by i” , H I‘ ' residents of the two districts this WARM onknis . 1*: ~Saturday, afternoon/ when Polls 3-WAYS' ' F“ ""P'I“ I" "0"”! Fume" b°°"’ '. Wm be open m the two precincts! Scientific blend of 50% autos and‘ steel-shielded buildings. ' -, lottery from one to six o’clock. a “or M r The Potlatch district this year is sending its grade school stu- dents to Hoodsport. tubes, including healer cathode rectifier tube. Your choice of 4 color combinations. 6G6OIMH Brown and Ivory, Illustrated Above Rayon, 25% Cotton, 25% New Wool for ut- most warmth. Large size 72" x 84", wash- able, moth proofed. Bound with 4 inch sa- tin ribbon. 6 gorgeous colors. $6.95 Olsen Furniture Company ' “Fine Furniture for the Home” COMPLH: WITH BATTERY ; Matlock Townsend Club Meets Fridayl Safety Switch that turns Batteries off when connected with house circuit l l l The Matlock Townsend Club will meet at the Mary M. Knight' school on Friday, December 5. C. ,, Vaughn will be the speaker. A’.' potluck luncheon will be served. Iii. Receives Treatment Jesse Michael of Union has been released from the hospital after receiving treatment there last week.