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18’ ursday, December 18, 1941. SHEL'I‘ON-MASON COUNTY JOURNAB Civilian Defense 3 “‘“\“N “E \\\\\ rifo 135 \IS , QUEi Bl , ‘l ‘ \‘xk elebmte this Christmas wit/.2 a new FERVAK RUG a. .1... ,7... If you're planning on a'better-than-usual Christ- By June Quartier : turn out this .‘\ \ ,ty Dcfenso Coordinator Fr . officers of the county defcns ganization to attend. also. The Camp 3 women gay bridal shower to Mrs. Wanda mas this year—and it most everyone is— be sure your home reflects the gayety of the season. A new Fervak tug, made by the Bigelow at the Union Hall. 1 Session At Camp 3 Scheduled Tonight Camp 3, Dec. 17.#All residents of this community are urged to Thursday evening at seven o’clock for a civilian de- fense organization meeting. Coun- ‘Hueston and County COmmission- er Fred Ferris, Jr., will conduct the program with several other erson Schirmer, Friday afternoon' Many lovely vvvvvvvvvvv 'W‘v‘vwvvvvv Real Estate “Aul ’. M Classifie “AAAAA‘AAA HOME FOR SALE: partly furn- ished also 2-room shack. Lights, city water on 1-acre tract. Cor- ner University and Second. Call evenings. Inquire Journal. R—12-9-11-16-18—4t a n k First St. 1 h. E Y S ! New and modern key—making equipment just installed. (3 01‘- FOR SALE: modern 5—room house, 3 lots and 5 month old red pul- lets, also red frycrs. Mrs. Ada Cullison, Capitol Hill. C a. Em— SHRUBBERY PRUNING and re- planting. Oscar Plovie, 726 S0. 12—1--1-1——1M‘ Page Nine q.-- , vvvvvvvvv7\vvvvvvvvvvvvv v Service l "co->0- For Sale ; AAAAALAA‘AAAAAA‘AA A \AAAA FOR SALE: Pekingese pups, best English blood lines, equal to showing. E. Bateman, Box 115, ; Matlock. 12-4—22—-6t. SALE: live or dressed ducks. Inquire M. W. Evelcth, Mason County Creamery. 12<9—18—-4t. FOR SALE: corn fed geese. $5.50 each. John MacRae, Dayton. w .11 dd 1 f h d h gifts were received. A salad 12-16-18-23—25~-4t. Everything To Make 12-16-1812; savers W1 3 en 351' an C arm lunch‘eon was served. The tables _..._._____._. ___...__. -.L_ . I“ _ P W - were decorated with Christmas FOR SALE: 40 acres. 15 deflde The thtle TOt {YOUNG FIGS 6 weeks old for to your home, not only for this Christmas but for l métifq Hommes were Mrs A lights, 2 small creeks, goon Y‘ sale at Wilsonk Ranch, next to i H k a)“ i I Y I. ' J 7 lt on “AGOR‘S ""' SCOOFERS Cal-man“ Da ton Road t Come t d nd e our ‘ Strme, Mrs. A. Greenwalt, Mrs. houue, 10 111118»: from} She. 011 1 ; TRICYCLES . s, y , 4 many more 0 come. in o ay 3 e lLen Whitaker and Mrs. Grace good glad. 1910an sold at; K-—12-16—~tf. . . ___.' _ yVens, once. ox 3, ..1e on. i r) H 7--.- Wide range 0f Popular new Patterns Em Mr, and Mrs. A. G. Lewis spent D--12-11-23—-4t.i 'We also Repair wagons, tri- I (2:801S121;;irigvggonggwittvggggrg " . v {1.11 ' , PM, i- m We- 7- . 1 , b‘c cl;s, l.\'lnower", “H . . . ’ .— bossed effects, TWO Tones, Florals, Modems 1%, fimgeqrbbgrath FOR SALE: 19 acres, new 2_r00m. cs 41 y r a y s Ken; {adwvdficmerfion 31:11 W and more. A“ come in room fittin Sizes. i . . .. .1 ~15 .1 . . . ~t_ -cabill, big spring, electric lights, l c, T1 (s. V pence con 1 ion. rs. Vln g WEI/(Ilia a‘lgeMlxyaCfifiafgftogtgte. lots of wood, 4 tinilcs from city, l butler, SliOkOmlSh Valley. Emeroencv Defense Qconference ii’OOd Oliefifrgad‘ $590 $600 12‘16‘18‘2U'26'4v- Il/ "a .. g I . m arms, .a own. l-room ouse,’ V i V .a ._ _. attle Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. spent Saturday in Tacoma. wont sight-seeing at the Grandpa Jack Culliton been feeling badly for the week. inf Matlock Spent Tuesday Grandma. Culliton. Mrs. Dora Lanning of S Iher many friends Tuesday. Mrs. was the weekend guest of , Mrs. Chas.- with a Christmas party for lDecember 16. After a luncheon. ,lle ‘gifts. Guests of the club Delbert Elson of Shelton. ’ Mrs. K: T—l’ostess Mrs. Elson. Mrs. lLanning. Mrs. Doris Tow Mrs. Alice Puhn, l iMrs. Pearl Schmidt, and Alice Mae Townsend. , STEP No. '|- Check Your Size and Price 4.6x 6 .... ..$16.75 9 x 10 ______ ..$58.50 9x 21....$117.75 6 x 9 ...... $33.75 9 x 12 ...... ..$59.50. 12 x 12 ____ ..$89.60 7.6 x 9 ;.....$41.95 9 x 1,5. ...... _.$84\00 12 x 15....$112.00 “Fine Furniture For The Home” Other 9 X 12 Rugs frm $39.50 ~‘ Olsen a. a. 3 gawsancanrs ning at 7:30 p.m. Ripening Bananas cluster, at the stage of ripene Furniture Company ‘ “mmfi, i without impairing the flavor. Garter Bedspreads are made of the finest quality Chenille, in two and three tone color com- binations. T h e y are guaran- teed, color fast. Available in soft pastel shades, they will add much to a bedroom and be sure to please her! 1 ' Other Chenille Spreads at $5.95 16.95 ' Nashau 100% Down Nashau 50% l1 1 WOOL BLANKET COMFORTERS RAYON BLANKET § All Popular Colors ' Tw0- Tone and Solid Colors Winter Rose, Rust, Blue, 7 . E Celanese ~Satin Wine and Green a. ,, $8.95 it $11.50 $15.50 - $6.95 lg ' - . Olsen Furniture dompany “Fine Furniture For The Home” John Drebrick Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ferris, Sr., ' mish Valley visited ins. Camp with R. Clvde of Bremerton «sister. Mrs. Norman Hillbert. Elson entertainer] Ebers of her sewing: club Tuesday,l guests exchanged? Mrs. Sue Ford of Montesano, Mrs. s Lottie Emerson of Camp. Club members present Were Mrs. Mamie. 6-ROOM modern home, hard-wood i Waters, Mrs. L. D. Portman. Mrs. i Carmen Lewis. Mrs. Myrtle Strine, The Camp 3 school children will present their Christmas program .at the Union Hall Friday eve- Buy bananas by the “hand.” or I i will find them in the store. For furw‘ i ther ripening, keep the bananas at comfortable room temperature. Do not store bananas in the refrigera- tor. Cold temperatures prevent proper ripening. However, fully ripe l l or fruit cups can be placed in a refrigerator just before serving: blocks city center, bedrooms. $750 cash, $800 terms. 347 Sec—l Special V alue pigs. Bea Forbes, The Farm. 12-16-18--2t. . l . . . They 0nd St‘ S"12’11'23"4t‘ l FOR SALE: Girl‘s ice skates. Sine Fort. " ‘ " 89.00 value I 4. Phone 592. Mafia-lawn. ’- om mega}: located 2‘ {FOR SALE: Dungherm on hgét‘ U “20ka no bl‘nhess district Coleman Oil Heater ‘ er, like new, including two 50- .glgo m m" ’I \ 84-95 value 1 gallon tanks and tubing, $65. with ‘9“ ‘ ' ,3 * * l B&F electric hot water heater, . like new, 75. 4—burner electric k k 4—mom n‘OdfirF plastered hop-1.8 1.11 western SUEDIY 00- range witlis oven excellent con- 0 0- good condition With breakfast ‘12—18. 1-1 5t. dition $45 Lee Noon Phone nook. Large lot and dry wood 77”M' ‘ 12,18 It available in garage (extra). _____.'~‘ ' fl Terms- $185,9- FOR SALE: Frame houses cor- her * * * Must aiioiosailriiic saunas eases Tract of land, more than two city lots, well located on Railroadi Ave. Nice place for a residence or several rental houses. Bar- gain at $450 cash. FOR SALE 7-room modern home with large tract of land. Excellent ground with lawn and flowers. This will make a fine suburban home. Close in.‘ $3,000 with $500 down Dora or $2500 cash. . nsend, _ mem- lovely were a n d floors, fireplace, full basementi and furnace. Also large unfin- ished upstairs. This home is located on oiled street and has nice yard. Entire property in excellent condition, and priced below present value. Will con- sider terms—$4375.00. 3-ROOM modern home close in. Nice garden tract. House can easily be enlarged. Why pay rent when you can own a home of your own. $1575 with $200 down, $20 month, including in- terest at 7% monthly reduction. Herbert G. Angle Angle.Bldg. Phone 304 Mrs.| Snapshot Negatives 55 you A card that is distinctly your own i -vvvvvvvvvvvvvvvv “WWW 1 Used Cars ) 'V'V' vvvvvvvvvvvvvvv‘vv" personal. Andrews Studio . __________. WILL SELL equity in ‘37 Olds- mobile sedan for light car, pre- ferably 1931 Model “A” road- ster. Bob Hoyle, 9th & Thomas, Angleside. 12-16-18-23-25—4t. ER SALE: 1938 .Harley-David- son motorcycle. Inquire Journal. R—12—16-18—2t. OR SALE: will sacrifice equity 1 in ’42 Nash at discount. Over-i drive, low mileage. Leaving for Army soon. Phone. 392—J. Lovely cards McG——12—16-18-2.’3—25——4t.r Drug Store FOR SALE: Factory-made 16-i . foot house trailer, $325.00 cash. On Agate Road. LeRoy T. Wil- son, Rt. 2, Box 2180. 12-18—-—1t.' FOR SALE: ’33 Studebaker lwb truck with wood body. Two. dragsaws, 1 Multonah with' clutch also blade, and 1 Vaughn. ' Xmas Greeting Cards by Gibson A Large Selection of MIXMA STER and HAMILTON BEACH MIXERS 1515‘ Wanted m‘“‘“““““““ “A per month WANTED: Young man not sub- ject to Army call for position1 with local P.U.D. district. Must, at l NASH BROTHERS 111 Cota Free Delivery know town well. P.U.D. office. WANTED: brush pickers immed— Inquire .6325 Made From You Own o This Christmas send a greeting Simply bring in the negatives Of your favorite snapshots, choose from our large assortment the type of card and envelope you prefer, and leave the rest to us. Prices are reasonable. The cards are smart, ,l A churn should be filled only . ner First and Railroad. be disposed of and removed im- mediately. Ray Gaasland, 1161 Ellis St., Bellingham. 12-18—23-25—30~4t. FOR SALE: Refrigerator, med— ium size Servel, fine condition, $35.00. Purchased larger unit. Call Mrs. C. E. Runacres, 11J. 12-18-23-25fl3t. l l l ! l On Classified Advertisements 10 cents a 13 {5 words) first i insertion, att actively low rates l on subsequent insertions. Min- imum charge 40c. Reader notices 3c per word —40c minimum. Classified advertisements ac- cepted over the telephone from phone subscribers. Cash should accompany all other orders or payment made before the first of the month to save expense I of billing. An extra charge of 100 will be made when billing is necessary. Card of thanks T10 yon 50c. Classified Display Rates on Request Phone 100 l 'vvvvvmvvva'vvvvvvvv' For Sale AAMAAAAA‘.AADAAAAAWI OLD GROWTH WOOD for sale: $7.50 per cord plus tax. R. W. Killough, phone 586—J. 11-27. 12—30——1M. , _.___. GOOD MAKES of used, recondi- tioned cabinet radios. Priced from $12.50 up. Lumbermen’s Mercantile Co., .Hal‘dware De- I pertinent. 12—11-16-18—3t. :FOR SALE: violin and-“case: $15. Also violin and velvet lined lea— i ther case; 3’15. Beckwith Jewel— ry 12-11—16-18-23 GOOD USED ELECTRODUX cleaner for sale. Reasonable.‘ Call ‘ HoodSport 20. ~' M~12-9-11-16-18«;—4t. i FOR SALE: Heavy colored rpast- ers. Insel Bros, Lake Isabella. 12-18-23—2t. SALE: 10 x 24 floathouse. Store. FOR FéR SALE; Northern 55y 3p: In good condition. Can be towed ples, 500 box. You bring con-l anywhere. Very reasonable. In- tainers. J. F. Jacoby, Route 2, quire M173 JOhnSO“ at Me“ BOX 271, Shelton. 12_18_1t. Cheyrolet. 12-9-11-16-18—4t. Nash Brothers LARGE 5.1”” Duplicating USED SALES'BOOKSi DEPARTMENT ‘ for 15¢ 4. for 25¢ Ranges--wood 65¢ per dozen 1 Q“ch Meal 9"r’OiWe also take orders for all kind! 1 Aclmlral .............................. .. 4.5010f specia1__ 1 “\I “arch ................... .. 49.’0‘ ' 1 giggiestic 1930 PRINTED SALES BOOKS 1 Montag 4950 Our prices are as low or lower 1 Gt. Western ” 3450 than outside salesmen can quote 1 Mont. Ward ...... .. 3 .50 you- 1 Crown Empress ................ .. 39.50 1 Montag ................................ .. 39.50 THE JOURNAL 1 Cascade 32.50 w 1 n V'V' vvvv'rvvlvv-vvv-vmv‘y 1332?; :1: _____________ __ $3128 “05333100111: CARD. 5. 1 Crown ......................... .. 29.50 “A 1 Gt. Western, oil ....... 49.50 V 1 Combination gas and > , wood ------------------------------------ -- 49.50 ALDEN C. BAYLEY Heatersuwood , ATTORNEY AT LAW 1 Olympic .............................. .. 35.00I Title Insurance Building 1 Pacific 35.00 Opposite First National Bank , 1 Montag ......... ..................... .. 39.50 Phone 23 - . Shelton V, I Refrigerators-electric 1 Kelvinator .......................... .. 99.50 — l1 Crosley .. 69.50 1 Grunow .............................. _. 89.50 lNSURANCE American Beauty .. 49.50 Voss HHHHHHHHHH o ’1 cc m House Radios Tools and many other useful Gift items. Western Supply Co. ‘ 12-18-23——2t . Car Heaters —— Side View Mirrors mwvwm HERBERT G. ANGLE Office at Angle Building i Speed Queen ...................... .. 29.50 Hagg ............ .. . 19.50 , 39.50 Apex ......................... .. . 39.50 ELLIOT B. SPRING . 19.50 DECEMBER 27 M. H. N E E D‘HA M Worshipful Master J. L. CATTO, Secretary. y . Mont. Ward 2 ' 2*; Real bargaln. 34 DeaSota,."1‘,11-l Maytag, gas _____________________ U: 43:28 Accounting Tax Serwces k dor Sedan, excellent condltlon,i Bookkeepmg systems good rubber, state tested, new‘ ' i i . paint—$325.00. '32 Model is.E $r e , th . .Mlsceuaneous 123 “h 5t" 0 511°“ “‘65 ' 5‘ Ford Coupey good rubber, new ' p r % Em.ng Itable "' """""""" “ 12‘50 .. s :- L. V ' grasses)... w -. B:;~'a;:...3:2t.i;:i:.~ “~" ' % ranspor a lon —~ . . wo ' ‘ . " " ' . ""3: “ A-1 used 5:25-5:50x19 tires. Buy‘ tBRF Eggs 1 America“ B- 33le ---------- -- 19-50 WITSIZERES . . . now. 120 E. Pine St., or phone 0 a‘ rec e lvery I “, . 2 FOR SALE: 1935~——D0dge {algal Used Department Licensed. Embalrners ‘3‘ truck, $150. Inquire Westernl 115 com Free Denvery W A“ Witsiers' “01"” COI 12-18. 14:32. LIE-S. LAMPS Phone 180 v Shelton. Walla. - a FOR SALE: ’37 Oldsmobile Se-‘ . I I % dan. Will take ’31 Model “A”5 SILK SHADES i ' '- i. Roadster for part payment. Bob‘ 7- v, y "(vht 1‘ nt MT. MOR % Hoyle, 9th and Thomas, Angle—i W1) “uh mo lg IAH LODGE , .1. side“ 12_18_23-25_3tl _ 7 Sealed Bean’nFog Lites ...... .. 4.20 No. 11 F.&.A.M gg mm NOTHING DOWN Twin Trumpet Horns .......... .. 4.69 ' %‘ Defroster Fans _____________ _‘ 298 “pl Next Regular Communication abo t — ' “th . . ' i W iately- Good Wages can be earn- the uchifxl‘fl For Rent" Tlde‘spf eek 7_ :9. Car necessary. Apply at will foam up and may never come “A. Mm-“m \_ Computed tor, Oakland 33? . Ortgiwesmm Evergzreenv Shel‘ to butter as the dasher or paddle FOR SALE OR RENT. 5am)“,I (Heed Canal. tidesare one hour ;_j?:j1~‘6:9f- can’t stir and shake up the cream , modern house’ at potla'tch Em_ 8‘ 55 mmutes, “arm” WANTED To Buy; good gas enough- ; est Carlson, Potlatch. _ donkey engine for yarding.| 12-16-18-23-25-—4t. . L.°W 12:36 at!" ‘3‘0 ft' '. . Must be in good condition. Ben) w_m'—'—"” Friday High 7:48 a‘m' 15‘9 ft‘ .. [ V Hatfield, Mossymck’ was 11., FOR 'RENT: 2—room furnished Dec. 19 Low 1:12 p.m. 6.5 ft. & > Phone 522. 12462250“. i cabins, lights and’water. $6 to High 6:12 p.m. 14.5 ft. hi ____fiw_ I $10. 6—mlles_ south of Shelton. «. . ,YOUNG LADY WORKING IN. I See Mrs. Kratzer at Munson l LOW 1:22 a.m. -2.8 ft. Olympia wishes daily transpor-i l AUtO camp- Sat High 8334 Sun. 16.1 ft. “tatlon. Will share expenses. In- \ 12-18-23‘25'30—4t- Dec- 20 LOW 21,6 D-m- 6-3 ft- ‘ __ - - _-,. 35—” ———————~————-— H" : .. . qulre Journal 12 16 18 2t , 1FOR RENT: 3-room furnished Agh 7 02 pm 139 ft FOR RENT: 3 room partly film-l i apartment» private bath Mill Low 2:08 am -22 ft. ! ished house. Inquire 604 Frank-l 'I Street Apartments, Phone Sun. High 9:20 161 it; 1m. Mrs. Ed Elliott. D 16 K i , '259'M.7__¥_ _C~—12-‘1_8:7tf- Dec. 21 Low 3:02 p.m. 6.0 It. ‘; FOR RENT: 4-room house with H‘gh 7‘56 P'm' 13'2 fl" WANTED: Girl for h0usework.' i garage and ChiCken housei gal“ fir J Care of two children. Full time, i i den Spot- Milk for milking COW- Mon $01: 13 :1. fig. steady. Inquire Driskel Hard-l l Inquire Journal- ' g ' ' ' 3 Dec. 22 Low 4.01 p.m. 5.6 £17. ware. 12-18—10; i _ M—12-18'23—2t~ High 8:56 p.m. 124 ft {WANTEDl—fised junioT. size bi- l """""""'"""""""" - C 1 . . i 3 ' Low 3:42 am. 0.2 fit. yc e Inqulre Jouglalm-lgalt L Tues. High 10:51 a.m. 15.6 ft. ' I m .....-- .' l‘ : . . -1 EIKl TOJO—_Premier of Japan 'I . Dec 23 10:3: Eli: gt" -.. L a. ‘t M m B “a, I has been preparing attack on lLOST: man’s black billfold con- “an. I I '. Th 1315f: “blah {3 .“18; i United States since assuming I taining important papers and Low 4;33 a.m_ 1,7 fl; e .3186 mar Ullding In the power. He heads military clique i currency near Hillcrest. Reward Wed, High 11:36 a.m_ 15.2 ft Wurl'd 157the {ler Natlonal uallel‘y '31 1 which led Japan into treacherous [ for return to Journal office. Dec, 24 Low 6:15 p.m. 4_4 m Art In WaShmgton- W stab against American outposts. N--12-lo-l_8--2t. High‘llfifl p.m. 10.9 ft.