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41., dety, December 11, 19,471.“, F‘resh eggs are probably ; lot" the United States " paid by the manufacturei l sumed, Corn or Callous GREAT "TOPHER CORN SALVE remove. It Never Fails. Gordon‘s Shelton: 100 3 ‘ l plump and fresh—looking with make little difference. __.o\,~ Ac M_-...__M_ P.‘ the, most popular part of the menu Navy. In one year over 146,016,000 are con-‘ The best cranberries are firm, high luster. Color and sizcwsmall, ; dark red or large, light crimson THE AMERICAN FAMILY . . l tlme Allen; a l \./ Rhododendrons, Potted Plants, Azaleas, Cut Flowers Camelias, TRAVIS FLORAL SHOP SEND FLOWERS BY VJIRE l T'Saturday recur: STORE 9 edit: ifLCrachOrs 2-lbs. 21¢ .._————-—— . heat-ies pkg- "0 stal_White__S_0_zfl Chips. 5-lbs. 35¢ IE X each 1x’égal. 196 c , brité'Cleansei? .' . . . . . . . . 2 for 9¢ ct” SHIELD ‘3. an Ci ‘ piefruit JUICE . . . . . . . . 46-OZ. AM WHITE orteninga-Ib-Blic C c . , oodles 14-02. 130 'Wn Sugar ....... . . . .. 3-lbs. 19¢ .. DBY', . i‘ .0003 Him. 170 lPickles 21/2tin15¢ , CO-AMERICAN g ‘, fet size umpkin 100 mner PRODUCE APEFRUIT12f0r49¢ _: ge Juice Oranges. . . . : 2 doz. 47¢ .EET SPUDS lb.5¢ ,., ONS doz.29¢ vANBERRIES 2-lbs. 35¢ s ranges. 50 for 49¢ 1 massagesgaraxsssaawxarasatmxaasatarrsxaw A Gift That Will Live! ofiee _3-Ihs. 910 ggghelti can ' 90 by Fruit Cocktail . . . .. 2 for 19¢ H . .———-——-—— werfi+ Someone is calling ‘Ovesy Dovesy, Ipsy Dipsy. Is that you, grandpa?” U. S. NAVY NEEDS MEN FOR AVIATION ARM GROUND WORK Announcement was made in: covers bench, vice and floor work Washington, D. 0., recently that necessary to the machinist and in- the U. S. Navy will need more struction in the use of power tools. .men who desire basic training for1 U. S. seamen who are interested l aviation ground work. To supply in this work will also obtain prac- lthis need, schools have been es- tical experience in the operation, tablished at four separate Naval care and repair of aviation en-. = air stations to give instructions in gines used in the Navy and will the work of aviation metalsmiths, learn to assemble and disassemble :aviation machinist’s mate, avia- such engines as well as learn to. tion ordnanceman and aviation ra- install them in planes and check dioman. LocatiOns of these schools all phases of operation such as 'are Jacksonville, Florida; Norfolk, carburetion, timing and lubrica- ,Virginia; Pensacola, Florida; and tion. i ‘San Diegov callforma- Aviation ordnanceman training Information from the Olympia consists of instruction in the use, Recruiting office points out that and maintenance of machine—guns these schools are open to recruits and other weapons used in Naval . who have the aptitude and qualify aircraft. This course includes a .for this schooling on the comple- study of bore sighting guns, syn- tion of their recruit training per- chronizing gun fire with propel- ,iod and before their assignment lers in motion, mounting and ef- to sea duty. These aviation ground fective use of guns. The recruit work schools are Called Class ‘A’ entering this course of instruction . ‘SChOOlSy Group' IV. because they also will learn the use of gun I give basic instruction and are the cameras, and the rigging and re- ,4th group of trade schools open lease of high-speed targets for i to recruits, the others being practice. Group I, electrical and ordnance; Aviation radiomen receive gen- . Group II, communication and cler- eral radio training in addition to iical; and Group III, machinists, those phases of radio peculiar to ‘mctalworkers and aviation ord- aircraft. inancemen. In addition to the technical job . The aviation metalsmith course training outlined above, Olympia lgives special instruction in the properties of metals, heat-treat- 1ment of metals, cutting, forging, and in those phases of welding ,and brazing essential to aviation. 3. Aviation machinist‘s mate training iSEAL PUPS OFF TO SOUTHLAND; SCIENTISTS PLAY TAG, FOLLOW l Ten thousand seal pups, each ‘ catch some of the pups which will i about four months old, each with be known by the rectangular brand Ia stainleSS steel tag on one flip- i on neck and shoulders. These will training when they join Uncle Sam's new “Two-Ocean” Navy. 'neck, are making their way south ,kind of fish and shell fish con- ,through the waters of the Pacific 5 ocean from their birthplace on the lPribilof islands in Bering seas. lThe pups, weighing about 25 lpounds, were tagged in.0ctober Ion St. Paul’s island by natives of iAlaska under the supervision of lU. S. scientists. The young seals gare leaving their birthplace in in- Icreasing numberS, following the ,‘dictates of nature to some un- lknown port. ‘ It is to find this unknown des- tination, that scientists are step-i to southern California waters. Young in years, Dr. Scheffer is no novice in the research work he is doing. After graduating from Puyallup high school, he took his bachelor's, master’s and ine research Work was done in the University’s laboratory Catalyst, fitted out for the study 'png in to 1001‘ into the private mer expeditions among the coastal ‘lives of seals’ WhiCh after leavmg islands of Alaska. For three years , the breeding grounds of tthe north ,are seldom seen until he next . :year in the north. The leader of Egaélaifizttzéggdy ! the research expedition is Dr. Vic-i g , tor B. Scheffer, of Puyallup. With him is a party of scientists, alsol Iothhe Service. t l hese men left las week for ,San' Diego, where they will em- crew’Of 16' ,bark in the Black Douglas, a From 1912 until 1940, there was schooner-yacht, picturesque and no branding of seals. Last year lgraceful, with long bowsprit and 5,000 pups were tagged. This year i high masts, recently fitted out for‘ the habits of the Aleutians and later to the Pribilof islands. On the present expedition he will Search men. The boat carries a vation of seals has been on out- standing achievement of wild life management. From an estimated the expedition. Following its pur- chase by the government, it left Savannah, Ga., October 29, sail- ed through the Panama canal, ar- :riving in San Pedro December 6' conservation of fur-seal treaty for bunker supplies. It will ar- was signed, the herd has grown rive in Seattle December 12, de- l parting a few days later to follow ‘ the seals in their southern migra- ‘tion. The research men will keep v a close watch on the seal herds. At intervals the scientists will nual income to the United States government last year for the sale of pelts was approximately $200,- 000. (From Puyallup Valley Tri- bune). STEANGE ANIMALS IN _G—R_AYS HARBOR! ‘GOAT-DEER’ SIGHTED (From Montesano Vidette) There are strange doings in the animal kingdom of the Clemons ,tree farm area and in the North river country. Of course, the North river coun- ; try long since has been recognized locally as a Source of tall tales. It has its remote areas, where few persons have ever penetrat- , ed, and so theres really no telling what may happen. For example, in the nearby Rock ,creek country a strange animal ,has been seen, which, for want of 3 a better name, might'be called an {Angora deer, or, perhaps, a goat ;deer. Elvis Eaton, who heads up Ithe Boy Scouts in this county, is ', quoted as authority for the state- ment that this animal has the head and shoulders of a deer, but that its legs are short and its body has long shaggy hair, like a said to be living in the region. You may draw your own con- clusions. on Delezene creek by Bill Tyler, having some distance. . dark in color. ticularly one that has been braised. for stuffing. - SHELTQNTMASQN-,COUNT¥-JDURNAP insure i t RecruitingStation informant sta-l, ted that there are nearly fifty, trade jobs and vocations for which! patriotic young men can receive[ l per and a brand between the shoul- be killed and the stomach content I , der blades and the back of its; examined to note the number and. Q3. sumed by the seals over their en-i tire marine range from Bering seal doctorate degrees at the Univers-I ity of Washington. His first mar-I boat, l he with other scientists was sent fig Iii ‘be accompanied by six other re- the number was doubled. Conser- ' to more than 2,000,000. The an-' .. By George MISS KNIGHT GIVES TIPSON ! BETTER CHRISTMAS MAILING To insure better handling and better Service on Christmas par- cels and mails, Postmaster" Miss; Jessie Knight today issued a ser-‘ ies of suggestions to help postal‘ patrons. “We want you and your friends to receive all of their Christmas presents in good shape,” she said, ‘ “and with cooperation, we can as— sure you that they will be in good shape." She offered the following sug- gestions: 1. Wrap your parcels well. If: breakable, put plenty of pack“ ing tain plenty of packing. We can't poorly—wrapped “fragile” parcels. Suggests Proper Labels 2. Seal parcels if desired, but if you do they must have a print- > ed address label which states,, “Postmaster: This parcel containsl fourth class matter and may be opened for postal inspection.” Such labels may be purchased at local stores. 3. Do not write messages and [put them in with your gifts. To do so may subject the entire par— cel to lst class rates of three cents for each ounce. You may write greetings such as “Merry Christmas from John,” and name and address of sender may be en- closed. 4. Insure your parcels. By so ‘ be returned if not delivered. They= around each item and pack, :in a box large enough to con- ‘ over, they will not be returned orl doing, you make it possible for us to trace them in event of loss. . . L_,.__"._.—.—, r...— ___._ fl... . -..-_..______..__,.___.,—____._. _._-_ _ _..._. .___. _.__.____. - ’ sagas' ‘W For Little Handymen! “LITTLE JIM” ‘- . TOOL CHEST A Real Value! Children’s Classics ‘ .‘ 25¢ ea. l Christmas Cards 5. Mail parcels early to avoid! the rush of handling, which is oil necessity rougher than when more 1 time is allowed. Mark “Do Not! Open Until Christmas” or if you; care to, mail them early “SpecialI Delivery" to be delivered Decem- ber 24, and such parcels will be delivered on that date. i 6. Give a defense bond for, Christmas, but buy it early. 7. Mail your Christmas great-I ing first class; they are morcl personal when so mailed and will: can be sent for one and one-half, cents when mailed unsealed and? no message written therein. How—l forwarded in event addressee has moved. The Harp and Ireland The harp was incorporated in the national coat of arms of Ireland when King Henry VIII, presented by the pope with the ancient harp of Brian Born in the Sixteenth century. was induced to change the arms of Ireland by placing on her coins a ’ representation of the relic of her! most celebrated native king. Helminthology Sparrows thrushcs and many other wild birds are probably more advanced in the science and study of helminthology (study of worms) than the average individual. PagESeven Pork League Standing China and the United States are dropping about 50,0003 year; deaths ithe only countries ahead of Brazil Births Decreasing. Deaths increasing Births in the United States are I are increasing about 20.000 annually. in hog-ralSing. A ClirlstmaislGilt She will Enioy HillEB BBISIIEEDMB ii At, Beautifully Boxed for Presentation For the Complete Line of Fuller ushes O. L. RUCKER 1624 Ridgeroad Phone 296-M NEW TOPFLIGHT $1.15 POPULAR PRICED GIFT T 130,000 seals in 1911, when the -». . goat. Two wild Angora goats are A pure white deer is reported and Earl “Butch” Fuquay reportsi , seen the same, or a. simi- lar, albino. Carl Spaulding also is l said to have seen this animal and l Ed Jenkins, fire warden at Ves-l ta, is said to have pursued it for Another unusual deer is a dwarf, about half the size of a yearling. 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