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Shelton Mason County Journal
Shelton, Washington
December 11, 1941     Shelton Mason County Journal
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Page Ten Chris”.st Shop the Coupon ‘Nay . . . Buy Gifts Now . . . three Months to Pay! Get Coupon Books . . Credit Depart~ ment, second floor. gamma-i Mother‘s Lhc one who always under- stands and never forgets and whose Christmas descrch the best of at- tention. Handbags . . . . . $1.00 up They give through the year and per- haps a color would be a change. Dress Gloves . . . 98¢ up She can use more than one pairr’ra pair for everyday shopping and a pair for evening. Costume Jewelry 98¢ up There‘s so much of it to choose from and it is inexpensive. Several pieces will dress up her various costumes. Slippers . . . .. . . . 98¢ up For her leisure hours or for mornings and rest periods in between the days work. Hard or' soft soles. Sizes :1 to 10. Hat Boxes . . . . . . . $1.00 Something she has been wantingrwto keep her very best in. Made of trans- parent plastic. Hosiery Boxes 98¢ Of quilted satin. Compartments for 6 pair. Chintz covered ones are 89¢. Coat Hangers . . . . 98¢ Six satin covered hangers. Chintz covered .............................. .. 89¢ Velvet covered, in sets of three 49¢ Shoe Bags. . 79¢ to $1.39 F‘astens on the door or wall and holds 8 pairs of shoes. Garment bags with zipper closing. Moth proof $2.98 . . . Tourist Bags, for the car. Holds 3 suits or dresses. No wrinkling $1.95. Sewing Boxes . . . . $1.00 'To carry her knitting or sewing over to the neighbors for the afternoon. Chintz covered. Other knitting and sewing boxes 25¢ up. Bath Powder .. . 98¢ up SALTS and SOAPS SETS Coty Sets of exquisite powder and perfume $2.75 to $4.00. Hose 98¢ up The ever-present and constant need of every woman. Nylons $1.79. Slips only $1.19 Very Special, Fri. - Sat. Only Rayon satin or taffeta, lace trim- med. Colors, black, pink, rose, reg. 1.69 Chenille Rugs 1.50 6.75 Soft closely tufted rugs in all pastel colors. Give her one of these colorful rugs for her to step out of bed onto these cold. damp mornings. oval and round shapes. Department. ,4 House Coats 3.98 Gay floral print seersuckers . . . all have zipper closing fronts, swing skirts and close fitting waist linES. Short puffed sleeves. Seersucker cloth does not require ironing. Sizes 12 to 44. DRESSY STREET and AFTERNOON Dresses special. . at 5.00 Give her a surprise gift of one or two of these new fall and winter style dresses. All have been priced much higher. Many fabrics and all wanted winter shades. Sizes 12 to 44. Square, Furniture Dad showed us how to sail our first boat, and sympathized when our dog disappeared. We, try to show how much we love and appreciate him at Christmas time. Belts . . $1.00 eversible sport belts by HICKOK of solid leatherzuor it can be LiveGLAS, the transparent stretchable plastic. Other belts from 50c up. Suspenders . . . . . . $1.00 Action back suspenders by Paris or Hickok in all the smart colors . . . also in the transparent stretchable plastic. Regular and extra lengths. Klip-on or regular type, also at 50¢. Shaving Supplies 49¢ up Cashmere Bouquet Shaving Bowls 79¢ Mennen Skin Bracer ...... __ 12—02. $1.00 Palmolive Brushless Cream l/ig'lb. 49¢ Shaving Sets . . . Wristley‘s Old Eng— lish Lavender or Palmolive sets $1.00 Shaving Mirror 69¢ Two sided . . . n‘iagnii’ying on the one side. Stands up or hangs. Scarfs . $1.00 up A perennial favorite at Christmas time. Soft wool ones in all good colors. . Ties $1.00 We have heard much about Christ- mas neckties but still we do it. Fashion Craft, Botany and Wumbly Nor-East. Hundreds to choose from. Gloves..........$1.19 Good looking capeskin gloves in dark brown—unlined. Lined black capeskin, $1.39 to $1.65. Garden gloves of leath- er facing or all leather 59¢ up. Poker Chips . . . . . $1.00 Strong smooth plastic in the smaller size. Plastic rack. Others at 50¢ up. {17.3th Inventor of a million ideas, promoter of a variety of schemes, mischievous and shy all at the same time and with an undying curiosity a b o u t the world around him . . . that’s the lad Santa understands. Socks .. . 25¢ pr. and up College stripes and fancy numbers-fl that’s his heat. Pajamas. . . . 2.25 to 3.95 “Tom Sawyer" no-belts with all of the color necessary to please him. Ages 6 to 20. Sport Shirts. 1.19 to 4.95 “Tom Sawyer” cut and styling in col- orful flannels or novelty weaves. Long or short sleeves and cut to wear in or out of the pants. Ages 6 to 20 years. GloVes $1.19 Brown unlined capeskin in the popu- lar pig-tax finish. Black capeskin with warm linings. $1.39 and $1.65. Tie Racks .......-$1.00 Made to hold dozens of ties . . close to the wall to keep them from being brushed off. Others at 59¢. BURNT WOOD , Etching Outfit . . .9 $1.00 Complete with stencils and electric burning needles. Others to $1.95. Pocket Knives All Prices 111'” BER M EN’S' ME . folds . SHELTON—MASON CO fin. €1.6th School days, but, best of all, vaca- tion days filled with neighborhood doin’s, paper-doll parties, picnics and mud pie rcvelry all within limits—— bc her age 3 or 23. Toy Dishes . . . . . . $1.00 For the not-to—old little girl. Tea set of 16 pieces. Smaller sets at 69¢. Sewing Box . . . . . $1.25 Outfitted with needles, pins, etc., and enough material to make dolly an out- fit. Sets also at 35¢ and 69¢. Books, Games. . . 49¢ up I ust a suggestion, but we have an excellentgshowing of the better ones. Dresses $1.29 up Dresses for school and some for best. Several would more than please her. Sweaters $1.39. up Pullover, long or short sleeve styles. All wanted colors. Ages from 6 to 14. Bath Powders. . . 25¢ up For her very own. Bubble Baths will excite her. Bath Towel and Wash Cloth Sets of Her very own For The HOme or Newlyweds Luncheon Sets . . . . $1.98 Seven piece decorated kitchen set. Table cover, refrigerator and pantry scarf, 2 towels and 2 hot plate holders, $1.98 I Other luncheon sets priced from 59¢ to $3.25. BABY Bottle Warmer . .. $1.19 Electric automatic bottle warmer, Shuts itself off when bottle is right temperature. Bath Mat Sets. $1.39 up Closely tufted mat and toilet seat cov- er. Color fast and washable. ELECTRIC Kitchen Mixers. . $14.95 ' Three speed mixer and heater with two bowls and juicer. A very unusual value. Carpet Sweepers 3.50 up Bissell Sweepers . . . the standard for years. Hi-Lo ball bearing. Furniture Dept. Hassocks $1.00 up Durable, washable leatherette in a variety of colors and shapes. Card Tables. . . $1.35 up A card table for every purse. Durham all steel tables with the smooth strong legs. Priced from $2.95 to the round tops at $6.95. Grocery Prices Effective Dec. 12, 13, 15 Your itemized receipt is co here, where every price is a low price, quality, every day. This is important to know, these days of rising taxes and Christmas Shopping, it is necessary to count your pennies and make every penny count. Come in today and fill your food order for less . . . and we will deliver it promptly . . . or phone 305. KEEP WELL WITH FRUIT.JUICE'S!!! PINEAPPLE JUICE ............ _. 8 for 1.00 Libby 18-oz. can GRAPEFRUIT JUICE ...... _. 11 for 1.00 Bounty 18-02. can ORANGE JUICE .................... .. 9 for 1.00 Libby \12-03. can TOMATO JUICE ...... ... ....... _. 11 for 1.00 Libby 15—02. Grapefruit & Orange Juice... 11 for 1.00 18-02. can l" '\ Fruits and Vegetables!!! Apples . . . . . 10-lbs. 49¢ Fancy and extra fancy Winesap Grapefruit. . 10-lbs. 43¢ Arizona seedless Oranges . . . . 10-lbs. 53¢ New Navels . . . good juicer-s Cranberries .. 2—1bs.39¢ Miskit, highest quality Calavo ......... ea. 10¢ “The Aristocrat of Salad Fruits” Sweet Spuds. 4-lbs. 23¢ U. s. No. 1 GUM DROPS 2-lbs. ...... .. 29¢ Choc. DROPS ‘ v- 2-lbs. ...... .. 29¢ ,HARD MIXED _____ 2-lbs. 29¢ BOXED CHOCOLATES .......... .. 3-lb. box 75¢ Holiday wrapped ‘ ASST. CHOCOLATES .................. _. 5—lbs. 1.19 BOXED cnoc. CHEWS .............. _. 14b. 29¢ BOXED CHOCOLATE CHERE‘IES.... lb. 29¢ . MARSHMALLOWS, Snow White. 2-lbs. 27¢ JUNKYETIQUlCK FUDGE ............ .. pkg. 20¢ Make your own candy . . . no cooking - MIXED NUTS ____________________________ .... .. 1-Ib. 29¢ Walnut, Brazil, Pecan, Filbert 2-Ibs. 55¢ PEANUTS, fresh roasted Virginia’s 2~Ibs. 35¢ WALNUTS, lge. Franquettes ........ .. 2-lbs. 55¢ Make Your Christmas Fruit Cake ' NOW!!! (Get the Makin’ Here) GLAZED CITRON GLAZED ORANGE PEEL GLAZED LEMON PEEL BLEACHED RAISINS DATES EIGs MIXED FRUITS SHELLED NUTS SUNSHINE Krispy Crackers 1 Sunshine Grahams, 2-lb. Boxes ' nclusive proof of the ADDED SAVINGS you enjoy when you buy all your food needs consistant with because in “#1196! , For Cheese, Eggs, Butter etc. aunt/o ‘ PEARISolWIIEIlI 25 Milk . . . . . . . .. case 459;;2633. Thursday, December 11, L...” ...—...... .. ./’ To I _.y at hom y off the . “t off all : eck outsii . sure no R". "'IOrS 05pm Don’ W'ild Rose, 90 score I .ep streets E003 Zdoz. l“ of by: . . . \ five a gari Spemal “A” medium fresh locals and p ”__~__ five a bath N'T thro Lf y0i ' ous . Shortening . . 3—lbs.‘ no": Jewel, pure vegetable Eli's-k "our life Fisher’s Blend g-Sggnnéti‘ F L 0 U Do 49-LBS. 1 3", NNEI ’ ngTE bOrs, rail bers of ll ,5 BerVed. ass Carnation t If ~ 1' to W. E (We Reserve the right to Limit Quan 53'. ‘Dast 33 1'1“ ~11ma bran . ‘ I c. Tobacco and CigaTet-v. dining 1 _________——--—-/fl-' occasi, ’I Buy Dad or Brotsers' {1.1;}? to J- Today! , r 10 m5" Cift Packaged 7' be.“ done . t . thallroad. industri e. I - nil“ Velvet ...... _. 1 lb. (32} n which M: Prince Albert lb. cag‘ 53.13125; he has lrangcr ........ .. 1-Ib‘._mn of l , . Patrick a Cigarettes ...... .. cm" f him. Camels, Luckies, Cheste, "nts, YVfi’vre F Kools . . . Gift wrapped p h lVision: a ‘1‘ Comp Avalan, Domino 0250mm 5 ‘ panv, Sensation ...... .. ctfl'tany and . . any- 5igars._._ box of 20 hr Ham White Owls, Roi Tan, “ as toast speech a Dykes ' _.,_i “Veg of Pipes 50¢to$5w their“ aling, h; 'I . Kaywoodie, Frank Medico, Smokemaster ‘ d. i l‘BSponse. ..‘rcumstan me to .1.‘ rllns fI‘Ol ,. ‘elated sc 1 during h ‘ he said. one win‘ ghing SI .Seek sei he coulc lly, He ‘ and a I‘ givin; i' were ere, but > ltion, an use to re flrst sta the line lirly ant to give If you’re the kind of buyer who rightfully demands the rig ' and quality, cut and price when choosing meats, you are x g» added . kind of customer we want. We cater to particular P90 6' ‘. . o, ared his because we, too, are particular about the way we buy ' co . meat, selecting the top quality of reputable packers. um h aind cutting it skillfully to give you the best value for your mo '2 .lhey hfve: Prices Effective Friday and Saturday (1 the g] . ' . along ' BABY BEEF S 1.3- E.) terred to ~ V « he pulp BABY ‘. ' " and t BEEF R0931 lb 286 I I I I a BABY BEEF sun . . lb. 31in W” ¢_ Round, Rib or Loin PorkSteak...... . . . . . . lb. Roast Mutton . .. lb. Mutton Chops 2-lbs. Short Ribs of Beef . . . lb. ELECTRIC Vacuum Cleaners. 39.75 Let us show you the line of “Cadillac” cleaners. Model 300 Cylinder Type—- 2 speed control $59.75. ., Both 59¢ FIG BARS .................. .. 1-lb. 29a OvenFrcsh. White or whole wheat Hi—Ho Butter Wafers .... .. lb. 19¢ REHNTILE [ll The “Christmas Store” of a Thousand Ideas Colored Fryers . . g. . .. lb. Wieners lb. ARMOUR’S SAUSAGE or l-lb. in Bowl Cottage Cheese ... . . . Mb. 15 Mason County Créamery Armour’s Dog Food. 1-11). Links . 3 cans /,m