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December 23, 1941

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. .‘_,_._..,_______x__..n_.___.._.._.,.._..’_ ,_u_.,________. l MINUTE. Pickering Ready CROSSWORDS T“ D“ Share In ‘. C‘ O Shelton’s bowling clan will turn, No. 4 (JlVlhan its attention'to a four- ame holi- . day Single-s toumamehtgwhich All Fill in horizontal blanks witli By Virtue E 1131110“ Ferrier is staging Friday Satur-! words suggeSted by the ‘key WON . . . PICNICKERS. Each letter give! P‘Ckermg’ Dec- 21"“19 moet‘ ing for the furtherance of civil-i day and Sunday, next. m t us appear inuits ro e‘ . D “I place ian defense held at the Grant' All bowlers in the city an d l commercial leagues are eligible ' . . . . to enter, at $280 per entrant \ schoolhouse Tuesdayeveningr was _\ x well attended and registration is a going forward with W. S. Rempel, \\ as registrar. Everyone is ready1 3' and willing to do his or her part [in the defense of our country. \~ \. Mrs. Ernest Anderson was host- l ess to the Pickering Homemakers k\ Club Thursday afternoon. ‘ teen ladies were present. k Mrs. Frank Wylie, president, ap— l a;.---- SIIIKII '- V \\‘ g!-E.&& i SIBI!!§ WIIBSSS pointed Mrs. L. A. Fitts as see- SOLUTION TO ‘PnEvlo‘os Holiday Tournament For League Bowlers If you Wish to Sell .you'll Have to Tell~——Journal Want-Ads. Gift Candies Mimics I retary to fill out the unexpired 'term of‘ Miss Cora Ayres who passed away December :6'at her home here. After refreshments had been served there was an exchange of ChriStma's gifts which had been placed under a beautifully deco— rated tree. The next meeting ofl 1 No Advance in Price on Famous D o r e t t e Gift I Boxes of Candy. * Jones on January 8. Mr. and Mrs. Maldor Lundquist MINUTE (‘ROSSWORD went to Bremerton Sunday to 1, Straw _.visit a cousin who is in the hos-, , , , 2. spoonS ;. ,pitai there. i . ‘ 3. sundae 9 Nuts 1 Mr. and Mrs. Chet Marshall and 4. Flavop 10. Glass :babyl Carolyn, and MI‘. and MI‘S.l " D 5 Fruit 11' D. .Barney Loitz of Shelton, were . 6' s ' “"k dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and t I '1 ' coo” 12' oranges Mrs. Max Hanlon. SH ELTON, WASHINGTON Mr. and Mrs. Bob Cameron and‘ children of Onalaska, and Miss Elizabeth Cameron of Olympia,‘ i spent the weekend with their mo- ther, Mrs. Lily Cameron. Mrs. M. McFadden of Seattle, is visiting her daughter, Mrs. W. S. Rempel over the holidays. ' Mrs. Ruth Geddes of Tacoma, spent a few days during theweek with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wylie; Mr. and Mrs. Roy LongacreslI and Miss Dorothy Wiss of Shel-r ton, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Wiss. A double birthday dinner was held Sunday at the Frank Wylie " home honoring Mr. Carl Johnson ,of Shelton, and Mr. Frank Wylie. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Carl Johnson and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Larson of Shelton, Mrs. Ruth; Geddes of Tacoma and Mr. and Mrs. 'Frank Wylie. Mr. arid Mrs. Elmer Wiss were' callers Monday afternoon at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Wiss of shelton. Mrs. George Carlson, chief ob- server Of Pickering Observation lUnlit Taillight . Leads Motorist l Into Deep Waterel Mature — C role Lan‘di’g .lt' l , “Hamid Hawk, Bay Center (Pa- 1 "net cart. ’3! cific county) Indian, might have ,y Jigotten by without his'drivers li-‘ "' .l‘cen‘se for along time had he not‘ Idriven through‘ Shelton Friday without a taillight. But State Patrolman Cliff Aden' spotted that deficiency and hailed Hawk down to warn him to get 'it fixed and in the ensuing in- quiry learned that [Hawk was the , same man he had'arrested about _a year ago on a drunken driving! charge which resulted in the re- vocation of his drivers license. Hawk hadn’t applied for re-in- statement of the license, so hel was charged with driving while his license was suspended by Aden. Trial hasn‘t been sit. , ‘ Roy Cordis of S elton was ar-' . . . .‘rested on a negligent driving Post Of A‘rcraft Wammg .Seljv‘ charge Sunday midnight by Adeng we! report§ She 11.35, h,“ dIStrICt in Shelton and was released on $15 we“ organlzfid bUt ‘5 1” need Of bail to await trial this afternoon. ' more active ',0bS.eYV€F§ .35 those Aden said today he has been,who are servmg so Willingly and instructed not to issue driVers 1i-" faithfuuy are. called upon to Pu!“ | l Mon. Tues. Dec. 22-23 "snort story» .With Betty Grable .—— vlet r iAlso: March of News. ‘ t Wedsrefeo’flsb’ ‘éLAwoF 111E T303108” 'With Constance Bennett and Jeffrey Lynn. Also: Good Short Fcatur‘es. ’ “ l __. a? \ ~’ Thurs. 'Fri. 89.15. Double Feature: “MISS ROLL (Love Expert—It’s a Howl !) and ‘ ZANE GREst “LAST OF THE DUANES” With George Montgomery —— Lynn Roberts 4‘— £Ve' Arden. Also Serial, cartoon, News." l l lcenses to Japanese, German and in ‘00 many hours, a dayj 'A jrtaiien aliens who appr for them. Shortage of phones 1n the district ' JapaneSe must show birth cefii; has been the biggest obstacle to - overcome, but, one has recently 22%;? 3359;331:523 13:11:12? been installed in the schoolhouse turalizati'on papers proving their Whmh. Should help to “have the citizenship before drivers licenses 1 Situation _ can be issued to them. Mr' and Mrs' Frank Wyhe were ‘ ' ' {Shelton shoppers on Wednesday. Mr. J. LaBage is now home . .,j_‘ after spending nearly six‘ Weeks in the Naval Hospital in Brem- erton. He seems‘greatly improv- ed in health. Mrs. Francis Ax called on Mrs. Elmer Wiss Wednesday afternoon. 'Mr. and Mrs. John Satterfield of Shelton, and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Cameron and children of Onalas- ka spent Saturday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Max Hanlon. ,' I Jerry Droscher of Shelton spent '. the week with his grandparents! , } Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Wiss. ‘ A Christmas party was held . at the Grant schoolhouse Satur- day evening with a large crowd a , in attendance. After ashort pro- ' gram a’Social hour was enjoyed. Bountifulirefrcshments were serv- ed by the ladies Of the community. MISS SflORTER IMPROVED Miss Maude ‘Shorter, junior high principal, was reported at Shel- ton Hospital today to be improv— ‘ ed but still unable to receive vis- itors. of“? a». .WAA. "K e .. Auburn Golden Flake Burt t or milk u..- a «u. (tr a. SHELTON—MASON groom JOURNAL . Fif- l the club will be with Mrs. J. E1 is VANCOUVER NAMED lT Photo: Washington State Progress Commission and Washington Newspaper Publishers Assn. Deception Pass, which separates the north end of Whidby Island from the mainland, was so named by Captain George Vancouver on June 10, 1792, because he thought he had been deceived as to the nature of the inner waterway. The passage was discovered by Master Joseph Whidbey while commanding a small boat crew of explorers. The discovery will be marked during the 1942 sesqui- centennial anniversary of the explorations of Captain Vancouver and Captain Robert Gray. Discover Rich Art Treasure 'Believed to be the work of Giotto de Bondone, 13th cen- tury master, this wood panel painting of St. Francis of Assisi was discovered at St. Mary’s College, South Bend, Ind. It is valued at $500,000. lSealSale Must 1 Be Completed By l l . . de The annual Christmas program I Christmas seal sale are be at the First Baptist Church willl be held Tuesday evening at 7:301 o’clock in the church parlor with the Sunday school in charge. The public is cordially invited to attend and everyone coming is asked to bring White Christmas gifts to be distributed to needy families. The program will include songs by the primary department, reci- tations by Gloria Day, Lawrencei Hackett, Audrey Killmer, Hel-l en Hackett, Sharon and Beverly Johnson, Marilyn Dotson, Gary Getty, Jean Hadsell, Walter Dish— er, Jean Simmons, Elmer Cole, Billy Powers, Susan Hatch, Ar-l TOKYO—Capital of Japan; has already been the target of U. S. r, bombers, according to reports. Tokyo residents will prefer air- raid shelters to parading the streets a; war intensifies. BAPTISTS XMAS PETE TYUESDAY S t l I Vernon Davidson, ‘ (lay. in the well national eradication of tuberculosis it tilie Bennett, Charles Brown, for 1942 iT‘Ieéafiz'SHadsell, Irene Chase, Gerry “when you make a. contribw Solos will be sung by Jerry Goodwin, ziavv-iolin solo by Jean MacIntosh; 'piano solo by Margaret, "" w” Yo g‘sl ' l -"_l First of January pecial efforts to clean up all ails of the 1941 Tuberculosis ing made this year so that the decks may the left open for the Red Cross emergency war fund drive which is soon to get under way, Mrs. executive sec—_ retary of the Mason County Tuber- lculosis League, pointed out to- “In view of the war, we must complete our sale by January 1,” Mrs. Davidson said, for assisting emergency as carrying on the usual normal time activities toward the very important that thisleague sell enough Christmas seals to carry 'on our tuberculosis program tion to the Tuberculosis League. you are showing your interest in the welfare of your fellow men". Money raised from this sale of! Don’t Be Out Of Expectations ' I Date January Fashions take an abrupt change lll’l automobile license society in another ten days. Then it will become very un- fashionable to possess licenses with green backgrounds and white numbering. To be right up to the minute your license shouldl have a white background with‘, green numbers. ‘ Not only fashio‘hable but likelyl a lot cheaper in the long run, too, , for this is one society where it uth Survey 1 .L l l l _____ -- l Exceptionally gratifying results} :wcre obtained from the recentl youth cooperation survey conduct- ed by the Mason County District‘ Federation of Women’s Clubs, Mrs. , Frank Willard, chairman of the Survey, reported yesterday as shei expressed her appreciation forl the excellent assistance received;I I from the Youth Cooperation chair- ‘ men of the several clubs in thel federation, the Shelton schoolj costs money to be out of date. , lprincipals, the county school su-l The new fashion seems to be‘ lperintendent's office, The Jour- 5 making quite a hit with the pub—‘ Duncan Wilson. ,have already acquired their 194 The survey showed that 143‘ license plates than had at the' young boys and girls in Masoni same point last year, accordingl County need or deside work, 44 l to Fashion Leader Harry Deyette. 1 reported no need for work. Of1 The figures are 1275 through' this total number reporting, 123 December 20 of this year to 1009 have plans for further education, through the same date in 1940. Tues ; to Teller» .1 olirnal l inal, Mrs. Gladys Martin and Mrsl he already, for 275 more persons, . \ of) h 2o, .4 day, December sday,I 1i" you Wish to Sell you'll 118 ‘v'ant-Ads. And .Ml'S- '- ain Club . and. Mr: 1: ._ined the g club c MILLQ’S V m QUALITY lllARliE WP “1° frol’iE’i‘él mg’s dive ' cheer'full; ' .tmas tree GROCERIES FRESH MEATS FRUITS Kimbel E oyees Fril y Kimbel ield em] ing. Mr. Men and A' d the lat ' ents we ng which FINEST Fooos AT BEST PRICES HOLDSPORT ' Q L; ITH 50 have no such plans. and 14 I were undecided, Mrs. Willard said. fi’gflfi‘fixfi- Most commonly mentioned typos of work desired included aeronaut-l ics, beauty culture, clerking, gas station attendant, logging, mech—i . anics, office work, 'Social work,; telephone operator, and waitress.l A number of other lines of en-. ‘deavor were mentioned in less; numerous cases, she added. “ lNurses Asked To ‘ Register Now For ’1 Emergency Duties An urgent call to nurses to. check their enrollments at once land to hold themselves ready for emergency assignment, was issued yesterday by the Washing- ton State Nurses Association, Inc. Simultaneously, the Red Cross sent out a call for registered graduate nurses to sign up for‘ service with the Army and Navy. ‘ “It is important to know atl once where nurses are and if they are available for emergency work,” Miss Marian G. Kent, R. N., executive secretary of the Washington State Nurses Asso- ciation, said. “If nurses are em- ployed in public health work, or in a position in which they can- not be spared, they should not enroll for emergency work.” I S! The a"; raga er Practical nurses as well as Silverplate graduate registered nurses also! should check their enrollment“ P she said. Nurses will be assignedl vvitli to stations as near their owngl Si} adddresses as possmle. Nurses} up in Mason County should register l with Mrs. Esther Brodie, districti president. A graceful style in fine Silverplate . . . embossed patterns! 'WWKW‘gfi—K {figfiwfi Karns Spending Xmas In Tennessee Home Dick Karns, veteran Simpson Logging company employe, left here last weekend for his early home in Knoxville, Tenn, to spend 3 the Christmas shutdown with his; sisters. He expects to return in! time to be back on the job when .QIHSK-Efq Embroidered Cases Boxed Bath Towel Sets 98¢ __ 79¢ it Smart Paired Pictures... 49¢ Covered Hanger Sets ....3/"l9¢ is l Always Welcome! MEN'S TOWNCRAFT new ‘. fifififlfiflfisflsflw , Walton, and a a eant, “The F‘ t , V _ , (5,7,1qu 5 folk: H [.m. t; 25¢,gal. christmesm byp the Young P13- $53? lililififenifialin‘inft‘iil ‘ s H 1 n r s BINNS -:Franklin 1 of the chu h nd th 'L dl ’ ' . . . . . . 4.. , . V , lig‘fartet-V re a I e a yes pfgopleZ 75 percent I of the fl’mds Flamou: G::try5ll:al:::as 1 G r a r11 d Sigifft ! . , x e L_ . e _‘ vac raise staying right here. G ove ea er pp . 'Smgoyn' (11,110,812: l Thrift-Priced Pajamas ._....1.19 1134:“ croft)“ pm; . o . Good-Looking Hose 4prs 1.00 terns—dark or 1' Smart Capeskin Gloves 98¢ [stifpgst‘ 823?“? I ' ' ’ ' white! 1 l l Marathon Hats .............. .. 2.98 l Leather Billfolds .............. .. 98¢ Towncraft Neckties" 93¢ p I» y H ‘1 l f I 1‘ l Fitted ’Tourist Cases .... .. 1.98 I it Grained Pigskin Belts .... .. 49¢ A gift subscription to The Journal! A con- stant reminder of your sentiment and a constant Source of information, amuse- ment, and education.'An easy-to-order sub- scription costs only $2.00 by mail, $2.50 by carrier (mailsubscri tions inside city al- lowed only .for‘boxhol,,ers) for a year. Just fill in the handy order form below and mail it. We’ll send a Gift'Message for you ‘Assist Red Cross." 1 }Mrs. H 3 er of .th i 2 are ready :our defense work. ion practical jobs. “Girl Scouting IS defense. Stick I Boxed Razor Blades ....50/50¢ lto €7.01“ jo‘f’E dserVitceS 0f Organ' ' ' Zipper Coat Sweaters .... .. 3.98 l iza ion, of ere na ion. form . . community. Offer help locally. Gm Boxw Hank'es 2 for 49¢ Thus read a telegram received last week by h Hamilton, commission— local Girl Scout Council. Girl Scouts in this community and willing to help The main problem now is to put the scores of volunteers to work Gift Boxed Hankies 2 for 25¢ Smart Border Hankies ea: 25¢ Fine Cotton Hankies ..ea. 10¢ Thrift-Priced Hankie ea. 5¢ Part Wool Socks, ____ .. pr. 39¢ Fur Lined Dress Gloves .198 Fine Capeskin Gloves "1.98 Wool Robes .................... .. 5.98 . and deliver th 6 first issue on Christmas 1, 1 g f j r Scouting is a vital link and al~ ' ,, i 3 l "5g Ag” . lways has a job to do. GIFTS roe H E R ‘ Eve' 1 Wadeeplramsclmeer llrmosl helpfultoolleral-on : . 1Onefgoei i: m: Girl Scouts new .. , V " ‘~ “ - ' .5 5;"; ipan o wor is o impress women Ra on Housecoa , ________ __ 4,93 G“); 'a “minds? of y‘omsth‘lmghflymes’s . l 4, \ \ XP"\.°‘°."‘JP"‘9~‘."}° “"79"; . ! Ethat youth is the second line of Budget-Priced Robes .... .. 2.98 ' ". "x '2, .r' i, ,-" i a"? i. .. defense. Adult leadershi is wo- ‘, ' . , h We 'want you to know that ‘welaremeetmgkhis men's opportunity for sergice, pr0_ e Eggwegagyfi‘ygnpsellylli 1:3: Give The Perfect Slip! l e :m'et en with ever thin we’ve ot but in these ~= vidiner a vital. concrete .iob meet- Ra on Knit Undies ...... .. 49 - y . e ‘ ‘_ " " i . . :cri'ticgl' tilhes delays 1n: ‘bogund to ogccdr'. .5" I i in: 3333? needs with far-reach-i B‘uggebwm Undies _____ 29’: GlVe Her C} 11131113 . . . l . . E {E ' ' ' , m , Smart Ra on Dresses 3.98 s ~t .t db' FREE! Gift message with gtft subscriptions! _ u 0‘“ 1.1“95. “8 Carry‘gg- a grenifndws V01“? °,f Teaching Girl Scouts defense 3.6,, Rowypresses ,,,,,,,,,, __ 2,98 :5?” 10013.“ fiyts, ‘ , ” "- . traflfic—m'the 135! fe‘jv 3Y5 t _ey 3V9 been thcebUSLfgil . work is to invest. in. a safe _fu- n Rayon Satin Blouses 1.29 .. . , g, e151: lnrl’afift’lccofit histoiy. It gs necgslsary, of fluid; gage-degeaeseyogtht bmlds All Wool Sweaters .......... .. 1.98 trlrgmedéir tall- c HE v 2' in instances Out mes e rea i avai o 5? 0 Fu -T ' d s t. H 0d 9 ore .1 ias 0r . ‘ 'Slhclt U '1 t1“ h :e c "5 im 3mm to Defense y Lia. ie .-’ r' i E For total defense will all lead- Lthngfingndbapgs straight cut! on’ a' ' ‘ t5. ep~ ea . P '. / .5 5 ' ers register with the civilian de- Economy Handbags 98¢ , 3 :Your conSldei-ate thoughtfulness in not maklngé -fense at the city ball as leaders - E c g I enclose """""" """" for Whmh you are to send The Rachel: than the most urgent calls is an inspiration to: of Girl Scout troOps. ,' weak- nd- ases """ " 2' 8 Journal to'the following address for one year, and. mail a i_ f h I d . h d h i h ,r_ "me'Y Kn't G‘OVes -------- 93¢ gift message in my name. $3110 “5 W, ,0 are earnest en cal/9mg? uP_ 01. Fe, . . . Smart Bayon G'QVGS u 49¢ ‘ finest traditions of telephone service. -_,' KlWanlS Christmas Gay Print Hankles ---- -- 59: Name ............................................................................................. .. May we also ask, you to lend us a hand over the l Party Due Tuesdav :0: Off Sign “22%;?” 33¢ ‘ Holiday Season by not sending greetings by Long 1 '” p9 . . Address or RFD ............................................................................... .. . t . . . . . . . ure Linen Hankies ...... .. 29¢ Distance. / f Klwamans “"11 envy the“ 5”“ Box of Cotton Hankies 15¢ City ....................................................................................................... ._ H, \ Thank you. / , {Dual “Change 01" Chrlstmas glflj-S ‘ Smart Bedroom Slippers 98¢ s, x x, If ,1 ——humorous and otherWise—this 1 Smart Rayon pajamas 1.98 M Name ............ .., .... ... .................................................. .; .................. _. ‘- " v " I' 1 Tuesday noon at their weekly ‘ > My Add . mi: pacific rrtrgnonr AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY ginneneon meeting in SheltonHo- 2.753333 3:533:53??? 19-3: y ‘ ress .................................................................................... Phone 491 130 S. Third tel. -' ' —~—«»—- ‘ WW «~—~——-—— ~—- No other program is scheduled. Tummmwmmmmmmmfiwwmmmnsmmmm Silver is selection awaits; you! Sugar accented by its simple design. Silver Sandwich Trayeer-large ill—inch sill vcr Plate design, at Coffee Sel‘v':cc~--covcre:l Sugar Bowlr Creamer. Coffee Pot and a service Tray. Cornplstc at .. A Complete Selection of Silver lvan Ncuenschwander assesses—lea the shutdown ends January 5' . nee-Werew- .lc‘OUPL‘Es: —» smummmmwwmvsmmfi They B and NERAL Hosmn .livered a: ‘ravis Shelton l no 232 a ALWAYS THE Tonii CLASSIC GIFT De l¥ E R r 11.5.14 mm H I'AIII o NOR PM I"! SOTHE 031'. YOU! .\ beauty and significance-'0 age 3. A comcht (30 U u \--/ Tl HRIS Crcanlel‘rr— generous 512% l5 HENR and Plate, pair P. embossed border. FR WID , 1'0 low IN VRE ' man 4 [ll (RAW: Bathrobe & Bootees ...... .. 98¢ Snug Baby Buntings .... .. 1.49 Ccmb c'i. Brush Sets ...... .. 49¢ Handy Jar Sets .............. .. 98¢ Baby Record Books ...... .. 49¢:- Fluffy Crib Blankets 1.00 Chenille Crib Spreads 1.19 Christening Sets ............ .. 98¢ All Wool Sacques .......... .. 98¢ ' Sturdy Baby Walkers. 4.95: Toddler's Dresses .......... _. 98¢_ lnfants’ Towel Sets ........ .. 49¢ filliniiliE'Fé’I‘lS‘ OS “SiliIS' 7:4 Tots’ Dress with Doll 1.98 Bright Xmas Dresses 1.98’ Economy-Priced D,ressés.. 98¢, All Wool Cardigans ...... .. 98¢? All Wool Slipovers 98¢? Trimmed Rayon Slips...» 59 Knit Rayon UnderWéar.... Sweet Cotton Blouses .... .. Mansure Set in. Celse ...... .. Smart Toilet Sets ............ ._ 49 . Rayon Crepe Slippers 98 . 5eYr. Diary with Lock Flannelette Pajamas .... .. 98 Velveteen Skating Skirt. 2 All Wool Cardigans ...... .. 1. Adorable Housecoats .... ._ 2.98: LOO] ‘.“»."ejlns QEO'RHJUNF‘OR ALL 1 Leather & Fabric Jacket 4.99 ‘ Tru‘ all-e Shirts .............. .. 79¢, s“ Two-Tone Coat Sweaters 1.9.3 a Fitted Tourist Case ........ .. 98¢ Western Style Belts . 49¢ Boxed Suspenders .......... .. 49¢ Plaid Slack Socks, 3 pr's. 49¢ Favorite Slack Socks 15¢ , 33-oz. 'plaicl Jackets .... .. 2.79. Smart Gift Neckties ...... .. 25¢ Flangnelette Plaid Shirts; 7_ Little Boys’ wash Suits... 9’ Gentry Jr. Pajamas .... .. 1.1 --"‘:rGl.=l's.;'r‘on we HOME Handy Sewing Cabinets... 93¢, Sheet 6. Case Sets ...... ._ 1.59 Chenille Bedspreads ...... 4.93" Colored Terry Towels .... ._ Soft Torry Wash Cloths .. 12¢. Finc Lace Table Cloths .. . Gay Print Table Cloths... 25¢ Chenille Bath Mat/$615.... t9? . Bath Towel Sets ............ .. 49" ‘ Rayon Satin Pillows .... .. a. o. p’nmc'r on. it".