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Columbia Basin Bulletin Available Page Eight All battleships in the U. S. Navy are named after states in New the union and cruisers of the fleet are named after cities in , , , A-mi: 1 the United States' though sew As inquiries relative to toe Co- lumbia basin Reclamation project on of the, 1 County Agent, bull l explain—j ing the conditions of the project ias been secured ' terested. This leaflet pr formation relative to say .mate, land mvncrship icharges, land use. They Bring Comfort iother points and Happiness one thinking of FUNERAL DESIGNS AND 1area of eastern HOSPITAL BOUQUETS Anyone interested Delivered anywhere, anytime Unforfimtion gject may sec Tram Floral Shop in... County Shelton Hardware Bldg. ‘ Phone 232 270—W ‘ eral cruisers 'not as yet commis— sioned will be named after U. S. territories and insular possess- ions. r, .. __ ‘»___VA L'JL lii v l"“‘ai.l‘»'f;‘ If you Wish to Sell you'll Have to Tell—Journal W'ant-Ads. NO '1‘ H 0 w MUCH I] The selection of your Christmas gifts or remembrances is not determined by how much you pay for them but rather by how well they express your warm sentiments. That is what counts! So send a Christmas Greeting Cards-vies the sincere, personal way to” my “Merry Christmas”. Our stock of Christmas Greet- ing Cards is now complete— from the House of Gibson- which means a variety greater than ever before. Come in now Hmake your selection early. Fir Drug Store HAPPINESS! Honor them the most beautiful way of ALL—with gifts of Jewelry! it‘s the season to express your sentiment . . . Jewelry does it best for you! Come in and see our large stocks of beautiful and enticing gift item‘s for every moms. ber of the family.. Hundreds of other “ap- preciated gifts," all low priced! They’ll Cameo Bing Coffee Set never forget you if you give Jewelry, so 8.25 11.75 ver mounting. COCKTAl L Service 14.85 in box. tarnish-pruf Dresser V Set Military 8'50 ’l‘ie Sets i The gift that OUtft women apple 1.50 Initialed holder and collar pin. 6.95 In a leather zipper Casc! Mantel Clock $12.00 Masonic Ring .' (. m C >. 8—day, half—hour chimes! ~ 8.25 a'iid vhf-iii: ! l a. .t (l :4 1- ,1 lg g<ilduriiiiiu3t- up Wedding _ mg '. Always welcome , 5 Pair ‘. it: $52.50 ; Unique solid [Told setting! " Heart Bracelet Keepsake SI-t t0 'u GIFTS-JEVVELRY v. her 'csting machinery. wh not lease them? m ,1 1 Hand carved. in Sugar' creamer' y p Flashéxfiqd beafii- White 01 yellow a gold and sil— um and may. LV. 9 l‘ g0 gold mountings. mountings. ors ! Priceless ‘ Center Diamond Electric 1", i :1 ment. all styles! F.E.BECKWHTH Farmers Repair Machinery For Defense Effort Because, the national defense . an is expected to make it increasingly difficult to obtain new machinery lCl repair parts, H. N. M ex? .;ion engineer at the of Washington, sug— . Washington farmers implements in good (.crdil ion, store t h e m (:()\'Cl'. and get repair parts and. repair and paint mach— inery (hi: ‘ “ December. . Miller says that even small ‘amoui of fertilizer left in fer- i izer compartments of corn plant— ,ers, grain drills or other planting ; machine to ', are likely Ci rrosnrn 1d distribution equipment at planting time next spring. _> file, points out that now is a. good time to thoroughly clean, vash and paint all fertilizer out of planting equipment, and then cover the distributing mechanism with plenty of oil (old crank-case oil splendid lso it will be ready for use, vvnen rolled out of stor— age in spi ng. Farmers often leave tools, nails. crews and bolts in seed boxes and fertilizer compartments. When the are overlooked in the spring lanting rush. machinery may be seriously damaged. in the matter of repairs. the engineer reminds farmers that the heavy hay and grain crop har- vested in many sections this past summer put a severe strain on All wood— ed parts of such as raker bars and diaper slats should be. check— ed carefully. Loose ones should tightened and broken ones re- placed. cause to see if they are still strong enough to stand up under another season of wear. Nutritionists say that peanut." are llCll in food value, containing 26 per cent good quality protein 40 to 50 per cent fat, several ninerals and Vitamin Bl. The fat content gives them high ener- gy value. As an indication of the amount or‘ food it requires to feed the sailors in the U. S. Navy. more than 12.168,000 dozen eggs, 55,- 000,000 pounds of fruit will be consumed by fleet personnel dur- ing the next year. \v .3 .~,\_ .,‘ ‘E h were. 2‘ lode l. i.- 5-“; 4e . a? “er- in: s-n»v a fa 2?? SB. “‘5 “or a 1-1‘. Diamond Set 15.00 .) Diamonds 34.50 . let: a? mamma- Lighter ”, ‘i’irths‘olge‘ Silverware Pen mull Pencil $5 up 17.95 $5 to $15 3-75 to. $8 r L , . 1 . . _ Matched sets in Chrome .“th' gt mely SiOHBS- bell/108 for 8. a range of col‘ ebony trims. BILL FOLDS $1 up Lockets 2.50 to $6 gangwwspr- naugvgnet‘fi’gw‘ gift DESK SETS 4.35 to 15.00 .aawwqu.wnawvmaozanvw‘zww. l l Clocks 13.75-11.00 Modern styling. Remington Shavers l l> l 12.75 to i (murute move— i i; l l l l i harden. clogging the l The conveyor ropes or . chains also need careful chochng/ ' little Joe Smith, cute Jones and all other good Santa Claus and to Page Mary boys and girls ! Joey the Clown are coming town and want to see them, Santa. and Joey are bringing with them the annual Shell Christ- mas Show, travelling in “Candy- land.“ a big red and gold truck decorated with huge peppermint sticks. This is the eleventh con- secutive season they have carried! fun and gifts to schools, orphan- ages and hospitals throughout the West. Vthn the SldC of the truck open... a miniature theatre is re- vealed where a rollicking musical puppet revue is given. Santa and Joey take part, of course. Jolli- C ast Preferre To Florida For Olympia, Thursday, December 4.~7Throughout the East there is more interest than ever before in the West said E. B. McGovern, salmon broker, a member of the Washington State Progress Com- mission, upon his week from an extended business trip over the nation. More mon- ey is available for travel expendiJ turc, said McGovern. Business oeople working under high pres- sure need some relaxation and Easterners would rather come to the Pacific Coast than visit Flori- da, which is becoming overcrowd- ed. McGovern predicted that vaca- travel, which increased by percent in Washington State the people of the country as it will meet stronger competition than heretofore from virtually all sections of the country," McGov- ern said. “Every state in the Un- ion, excepting Delaware, now is advertising for visitors.” The part being played by the Pacific Northwest in the defense effort is helping to draw atten- tion to this section, said McGov- ern. Boeing's planes. the state’s new aluminum plants. its ship- building and its great reserves of oubiic power are known to people throughout the Middle “lest, the East and the South he stated. Results Repeat Again and Again. tion 17 I fluring 1941 in comparison with 1940. would reach new highs in 1942. . “Washington State, however, must keep its attractions before 'n the Journal Want-Ans. ...WlSll HIM. liilllll ERBBMING! mg requisites Alla: Shave Lotion, Bau do Cologne. and Scalp Stimu- [am in triangular llocons, are pre- sented in band-box smartly dec- orated with scenes ltom strictly masculine activities. Your Christmas compliment to him! Sol — $1.95 Fir Drug Store LENTHE'IRIC contributes an urge to masculine vanity in their Three Musketeers—o trio of good groom- return t h i s SllEl TON—MASON COU 1 Vacation Jaunts' l l l l v 'I l l I I trical ‘to get any other way. l '1t1101153.nds of men who complete 9 skill. the. past ten years has NTY JOURNAL Santa Claus and Joey the Clown will be here soon, bringing the annual Shell Christmas Show. It’s a-mu- sical puppet revue this year, full of singing, dancing and comedy. At the conclusion of each performance, Santa will distribute candy to all good boys and girls, wogs, Ice Cream Cones. Gum Drops and Jelly Beans sing, dance and make merry. The Show is unique in using three kinds of pluppets~-puppets manipulated by hand, marionettes operated by strings, and big puppets with hu- man heads. “At the end of each perform- ance, Santa Claus and Joey come to life and distribute candy to all boys and girls, so we want all of them to be certain and secl the Shell Christmas Show," isi the cordial invitation issued to—i day by Shell’s local manager,l Frank L. Worden. Local performances are sched— uled for Tuesday, Dec. 9th at Bor- deaux and Lincoln grade schools. Navy Training Source Of Trade Experience Freei One of the most striking‘de—l velopments in education during been thel tremendous growth of part time schools, evening and correspond: encc schools, extension coursesf and other kinds of instruction for‘ men and women who are gain— fully employed. States, cities, colleges and many business cor-l porntions of the country are spend- 1 ing millions of dollars on edu—' cation for people who want tol learn at the same time. The chief reason for the sue-l cess and growth of this kind ofi instruction is that the studying ofi any trade or vocation and thel obtaining of working experience] in the same line, at the samel time, is an. almost ideal combina-l tjon for achieving suCCess. The: man who can follow his chosen. line of work and at the same. time continue studies that lead, to advancement, obtains a prac- knowledge that is hard The U. S. Navy made use of this method of developing highly skilled men many years before this type of Schooling was Wide- ly used in civil life. Thus the Navy has long been recognized as offering. opportunities for patrio- tic young men to receive val- uable trade experience with no expense to themselves and in a shorter time than they could ob-‘ tain the same experience in a- ! civil occupation. 1 Training in the Navy begins on the day the new recruit enters the. Service and does not end until the day he leaves. The their terms of service in the U. S. Navy each year and return: to civilian life include men of every degree of experience and Naturally, other men must be trained to take their places Training courses conducted by the Navy Department are an important part of the Navy's training system. These courses are not designed to take the place of practical experience, but 011—? able the. seaman to learn morel from his every day working ex-l perlence. by giving him the. prac-' tical and theoretical information! that .will help him most in learn—i ing the work necessary for a rating (status of Petty Officer in any given trade). Navy train- ing courses are prepared in plain 'language, are well illustrated and include mathematics, physics, and other general subiects required in. the given trade or vocation chosen by the scaman. Combin—i ed with practical experience. these .‘courses give men the opportunity ‘to prepare themselves for higher ranking in the Navy Service as well as for specialized work in later civilian life. Navy Training Courses are stu— died during active duty and are issued without charge to enlisted men through their Commanding Officers. Study is carried on un- der the direction of officers on ,board ships or at Naval Stations ion land. All necessary assist- ance. is furnished the bluejackets who wish to improve themselves i by this means. Schooling in more than fifty technical jobs and .vocations is offered to young .patriotic men who join our new ,“Two-Ocean” Navy. This free. ischooling is valued 'at hundreds l . . ‘ ‘of dollars and sailors receive reg-‘ ular U. S. Navy pay as they% .learn. ‘ l pour about two tablespoons of l brandy over and around the sides 1 of the dish. Then touch with a l FAVORITE RECIPES Richly Flavored Pudding ls ldeol BY “’INIFRED CLARK 'HEN the family gathers for the traditional Christmas feast, there’s nothing like a richly flavored mince meat pud- ding to make an excellent din- ner complete. Try this recipe for a dish that’s different. The ingredients: ca 9—ounce package of dry mince meat, 1/2 cup of water, 1’2 cup of sherry, tablespoons of butter, 1/2 cup of brown sugar, 2 eggs slightly beaten, 11.4.) cups of soft bread crumbs, 1 teaspoon of baking powder, the grated rind of 1 orange, 1,1; cup of nut meats. Break the mince meat into ‘picces, add water, and stir un- til lumps are broken. Boil 1% briskly until meat is almost dry. Add sherry and stand until cool. [$33. Cream butter and sugar, add =§§ slightly beaten eggs and blend 3g, thoroughly. Add bread crumbs. baking powder and orange rind l and nuts. Fold in cooled mince 1% meat. Pour into greased pud— lag ding mold, filling only 2/3 full. lag Cover tightly, using cloth or greased paper over the top be- fore covering. . Steam 11.4,» hours, measuring 1 time from moment water boils.1 Serve flambee, that is aflame. .I A match just as it is brought to the table. Serve each portion with a hot sauce. You’ll enjoy its delicious fla-' vor. _ BAPTIST CHURCH J. 0. Bovee, Pastor. Bible school at 9:45. Classes for all ages. Lowoll Powers, su- perintendent. Morning worship at 11. ject: “Power Consoious.” Junior, Intermediate and. Sen- ior B.Y.P.U. at 6:15. All young people invited. Evening service at 7:30. At this service the pastor will give a dozen “Signs of the Times.” If you do not have other church affiliation. we welcome you to all of our services. «excesses. Sub- y. A Vacant rnuse Won't Pay _- Taxes . . Advertise Lt! Journal Want-Ads—Phone 100 {fifl‘a’fifl u i ....;.../_.._'r A Washington farmer has found that planting idle or vacant lands --— to forest trees on his farm elim— inates breeding places for grass— ‘ hoppers and attracts birds which i help to eliminate AAA payment for .is more than enough to pay for \ the trees. in. raise—rare . l l v x l l l Thursday, December 4.4 .m... .. Journal Want—AdV—Phon Sday, D Fll Auburn Golden Flake» ' Butternut. 25¢ gal. "‘7' BINNS —— 825 Franl‘l" My. _,» insects. H i s ‘ tree planting l If Your Not Sure with sug: rmint oil 1 Soft drink: from Peri , Jamaica. Castor oil ( . (’1 Brazil. . T u n g s t e "A from Chir. ;Chewing t( e from ti beans fro ministries GIFT cenrirlcare PRESENT TO BEARER MERCHANDISE TO THE VALUE OF . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ..DOLLARS l‘y shore s v‘ States Na 1' tailor she] , d billiard : shop for 1 men. HRAI THEA’ ELTON, w Then He Can Come In.'And CHOOSE HIS OWN GIFT! wo shows .tarting at tinee 2:15 ‘k i Toni gh‘ Bargai: EST WAY to W' up the day ‘5'}“MAN Manhattan pa/l 3'" MONT Want to stretch NJ Go ahead! That’s ‘ Ohnny Ma . Fuzz . the famous Ma"' y band and 'the l" i S SECONI proportions are' Those smooth Mini" tan fabrics 3.93 your skin are rlday made to put a ma ‘- FWILD sleep. The style’l: patterns are some, too—very“ so! For smart Ow» . enry Font . . . v Bem come in and pick ‘ ‘ hattans. ‘ ~ ~——— . -M0 it / ' ; artha Raye ,‘NAVY i . " Sheridan MI “I i r”. MEN’S WEAR ii i "i i _m\ RME TOAST YOU l'LL BET YOU'D LlKE TO HAVE‘ MARSHMALLows! All? ~ ..-.I 4 'zqur, . SOME Serve enriched bread at every meal, for every member of the family. by the Committee on Food and Nutrition of the National Research Council. amend Bay GEE,MOTHER,ISN'T IT A NICE FEE. ~ T0 SIT BY THE FlRESlDE on CHILLY FALL NIGHT AND WAT N0. MOTHER,I'D SOONER’ HAVE} You TOAST ME SOME ’1", III/ x7 //llll //1" ./ o Tommy’s a mighty sensible boy—he knOWS vitamin enriched .bread builds his he?” I ‘ . . . . t3 . makes him sound—the better to resnst Winter ills! Daviscourt’s enriched bread ' can I A Thiamin (Vitamin 81) Iron and Nicotinic acid (a vitamin of the Vitamin B 09’“ —1b..._._ Its use is endevrrv ». LOl‘ , Rolls.