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Pace Six Olympia Pioneer Woman Dies at 85.E Funeral services» were held yes-l terday in Olympia for Mrs. Mary, Glidden, 85, mother of Arno Glida den, former superintendent of the‘ local McCleary mill. Mrs. Glidden, who died last Sat- urday, was a real pioneer of this district having been born in Olympia and spent her whole life there. Surviving besides her son Arno, are two daughters, Mrs. Fred H. Sylvester and Mrs. Thad Childs of Olympia. There are also three; grandchildren 3. n d two great grandchildren. ‘ Harstine Island Man Passes At Hospital 1 Jerry Hodge, 43, a resident of Harstine Island, succumbed at; Shelton hospital Monday after a; short illness. He was born in Iowa, on May 26, 1897, but other details of re- lations and funeral arrangements at the present time are not avail— able. 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If the pains do not quickly leave and if you do not. feel better, Ru-Ex will cost younothing to try as it is sold by your drug— gist' under an absolute money-back guaran- tee, Ru—Ex Compound is for sale and recommended by FIR DRUG STORE The PRICE is RIGHT Why not Have the BEST Inquire, Then You’ll Buy Modern CONCRETE BRICK and MASONRY UNITS local board, or they run the chance of experiencing the puni- , tive measures provided for the SHELTON CONCRETE PRODUCTS Seventh St. Bridge Phone 123 I i l Sh Wilbur Shaw famed Indiana of the Aeronautic Sales Division Company, scrutinizes a large 17.00-16 airplane tire that has been subjected to a series of landings receive in normal transport serVI are being computed. temperatures at various point t brakes, are recorded by means of themocouples (electrical therme ometers) connected to the bund in front of the test machine. Draft Summons Must Be Given Prompt Replies Camp Murray. A warning was sent out today to all regis-, trants for selective service in the' state of Washington to be prompt in replying to summons from the selective training and service act. “Agents of the department of justice have ows Strength 0 Tests are so painstakingly made that even i informed us mos-tI SHELTON Scholarships To Be Awarded Good Drivers l Dearborn, Mich. ~— With the na- ztion’s high schools preparing for! ; second semester activities, th e | {Ford Good Drivers League todayl , announced details of its 1941 goodl :driving contests, in which 525.8001 lin scholarships will be awarded: I boys and girls of high school agei lthroughout the country. l Started last year by Edsel Ford; 3 to. promote improved driving and[ iincrease motoring safety among‘ ,youth, the Good Drivers League. 1 embarks on its second season with i ,onc major innovation that is ex-' Epected to more than double thel i membership, 1 ! Where the nation-wide 1940 good 1 ,driving contests were open only ; a boys, the 1941 contests will be lopen to girls as well as boys. This major change in the League I program already ht:- produced 5 widespread interest, with indica-i tions that girls are fully as an- xious as the boys to demonstrate their knowledge and skill at hand-I ling an automobile. r Under th new rules set up byI Mr. Ford as League president and! his national advisory board, girls‘K will compete in a separate divis-' ion, while the boys also will have a section of their own. There will be no mixed contests. As- awards for the national win-i ners, Mr. Ford revealed that 98 Good Drivers League scholarships would be presented as follows,, with identical awards for bothl the boy and girl divisions: First? prize, $5,000 university scholar~ ship; second prize, $2,000 univer- sity scholarship; third, fourth and fifth prizes, each $500 scholar- 1ships; and the next 44 winners,‘ 3 $100 each. l The contests are open to boys ‘anél girls between 14 and 18. In pens Race Winner and manager or 6:1 to qualify for membership; of the Firestone Tire Rubber ,in the Ford Good Drivers League, , all entrants must be qualified and, legally authorized to drive a car' [in the state in which they reside} “The Good Drivers League ob—i ljective this year is the same asl I last—to encourage better driv- ling among youth,” Mr. Ford com- I mented_ I “The response to our 1940 con- i . ! {Airplane Tires i I I l, l 4 more severe than it would ever cc. Effects of the grueling test and hroughout the tire, wheel les of wires rUnning diagonally test was very gratifying and en- service. “rather than a wilful {It-i complied US to broaden the scope tempt to run out on the draft.”.0f tile League's work this year, “We urge that all registrantsi we feel that over the years the ad‘vi:.~e their local boards of any? Ford GOOd Drivers League can recent change in address and ifiémd W111 make an increasingly they have failed to 1.6mm quesgl important contribution to the tionnaires sent to them by their; Cause Of 800‘] dl'iVing and to in- boards, to do so at once. It is! (31:93-59 safety on our streets and our policy to be as liberal asihlghwayS. possible with men who are sub-i "It 19 hoped that this year’s jeet to the provisions of the selec- League aetiViT-y Wm PFOVe high- tivc service act, and we doll‘tlly {HteIfeSting to many civic or- want them to in: unnecessarily?gamzatlonsi safety clubs, public penalized for failing to their duties." I l llast year in furthering the work |and objectives of the League is F'I NuER TREATED :S‘Wtefuny awknowledged.” Bud Forbes, foreman at the Mc-| EaCh State. according to 'Mr, Cleary Timber plan, was treated ord' Wm have Its 0WD elimina- delinquencies occur through the; failure of a registrant to inform the board of a change in address, said Brig. Gen. Maurice Thomp— son, state director of selective in l at Shelton hospital today for a! tion contest to select the boy and I lacerated finger. i girl state champion driver, as Well as a runner-up in each division" A separate elimination Contest will be held this year in the District AI:»\Vant Ads are used by of your friends KIOURN scores of Columbia. Last year wash— 'ington, D. C., entrants competed . m the Maryland state contest. State competition throughout the nation is scheduled for next ‘July 1, bringing together at a central .point in each state ’the 12 leading boy and 12 best IIgirl contestants. They will be chosen by the League board of judges on the basis ofya road test under a qualified obs‘erver, a letter on thesubject of safe driving, and til: I I? l MASON COUNTY JOURNAL ,CONIP‘EN lUNEMPLIlYED lion DURING lASl" ‘i’iillll ‘ 2nd Semester Starts perf0,.1.m,officials' and schools whose help. I Mason-Thurston Claims on Social Security Benefits Exceed 1939 by 9,268 Workers in Thurston and Ma- ' son Counties who filed their claims [for Unemployment Compensation through the Olympia office of the Washington State Employment Service received a total of $318,- 900.77 during 1940, Manager Alice I. Helenius announced today. ‘ This sum was paid in the form' of 25,138 individual warrants and excessed the number of warrants issued last year through the IOlympia office by 9,268. The am-‘ ount of money paid in unemploy- ment benefits during 1939 to eli-I gible local workers in this dis—; trict amounted to $174,245.81. The payment of unemployment benefits through the Olympia ofr‘ fice by calendar quarters for 1940 follows: ; First Quarter ................ ..$73,756.77l Second Quarter .. 78,175.50 Third Quarter ..... .. ..100,826.5O Fourth Quarter .............. .. 66,142.00 Unemployment benefits paid to eligible workers in all parts of the state for 1940, according to fig- ures released in Olympia by Com- missioner Jack Bates of the Of— fice of Unemployment Compensa- tion and Placement amounted to $9,467,981.52. For Shelton Students Students» in the Shelton senior" wand junior high schools embarked on second semester studies yes- terday but still have their first semester examinations to com- plete due to the delay caused. by the influenza closure preceding the Christmas holidays. HOSPITAL PATIENT Gus Carlberg, Camp 5, was ad- mitted to Shelton hospital today for medical care. I AGATE YOUTH ILL Zane Zizz of Agate was admit- ted to Shelton hospital Saturday for treatment. l Slim 1? o" ValfiieflOf Forest De ni- Maw. mocratic Whip Gets Office Symbol V .11 Senator Lister Hill of Alabama, right, named Democratic party whip at new session of Congress, was handed a broken, brown horsewhip as his symbol of office by Senators Pat Harrison of Mississippi and Alben W. Barkley of Kentucky, Products Used 0n Farmsjlxtensive Forest products with a value of $10,528,000 were used on farms of the State. of Washington last year, says James W. Stubbs, ex- tension forester of the State Col- lege of \Vashington. his statement on figures recently released by the United States De— partment of Agriculture. While the farms were consum- ing the $10,528,000 in forest prod- ucts, they were actually produc- r. Stubbs based . majority leader of the Senate. veneer logs, poles and other similar articles. Of the total value of forest products consumed on the farms A. figures show that two million dollars worth were produced and used on the farms Stubbs called attention to the fact that these figures reveal that sold and used. last year was about three million dollars. Biggest use of forest products on the farm“: came in the form of fuel wood with ‘the 84,000 farms in the state using an av- erage of seven cords each during the year, Second largest farm use item is that of fence posts ing and marketing $1,000,000 worth of similar produce. The figures reveal that the average farm in this state last year mar- 3 keted forest products with a val- ue of $141. Included in the prod— ucts marketed from the farms are fuel wood, fence posts, pulp wood, with the. average, farm during the past year using 37 posts. Stubbs points out that the amount of forest products used on the farms brings home the ‘need for careful planning and lmanagement of farm wooillots where these projects are feasible. during the past year, the U.S.D.‘ themselves. , the total value of farm products,’ .; . uesday January j I}. 135100 Raised . I ’, ‘ Nurses" } One hundred ‘izcd Friday night at ,. /’ given by Shelton ho. a; to raise funds to eq I the ltion room in the nur . .. _ . A large crowd atte, ut'oImérflolwd ibeing received at " [.701 mu roam.- nouns: in z 'the hospital trustees“, [wives who acted as patronesses. A red-W a patriotic motif was C ‘the decorations, with themselves looking V9 in their long dresseS. ‘ Mr. and Mrs. Al K ,prize waltz contest ‘ :aftei' tying with MT. l, Mark Pickens in he “the hospital doctors, the board of judges.‘ The sincere apprecvy nursing staff to all make the dance so 5 " expressed today by‘ .y Deeny, hospital supe L! Senator Black N. st!» For on. eflMafly "0| 10 Train 5 To Eight I5 Dr. Donald Black ' i l . 1, l geles, Senator i‘roiéll but” , district, was name ‘ y .,, lcommittees in the 3,1;{590’39 i including chairmanshl fox. ‘L $11.1“ 5 cording to a complet intact 15 lasslgnments made ‘« ,7 b 5. H l last week. . Emu-y. mg] { He was named ch . {1,6119% v. committee on medial“ em if; 'J' pure foods and drug 1 ‘11 0 her of the etlucationl olith th e 8 game full], educatw, ment of U tions, industrial ins . .1 , . .- . . ‘ School 1 and bridges, SOCl‘dl 1 inter reclamation, irriga." CW “my Tuesd mber of have ali‘ca In . V n the am ihe Abstract , OWu towai Vitally in Mason C0 hate or g the sci drains and ditches 00 Loans and In , . BELL BUILfi. SHELTON, ._...._.____.__....._ --. ._ ___..t..______/. Proposed : , 15m. elei t .' .Welders, "1 which Shown to v “13 en in< ' Sheltongs i . Cutives C i 11.91%. 113.“ gtion in ( eSliablish m for tn. mmunity . . to alievi j M" Youn r’ i trades. Ogram of i $9. . . «on i plants provide men inte mselves t trades 0, Interesti Depends cOmmitie hopes t( assistam lg of t} “Ed anc chooi We, . Shelton med by 1 v, their answers to a ueyi -. on driving, q LonnaueI éafihe (:01 p 1 In each of the 49 state final e In the} .- contests, safety experts assigned. me‘lue‘stic by the League board of judges win: ,amn inte ' rate the boys and girls on their m .y lnte drivmg ability in "on the spot" q'uézrpmr . ionn tests. The 49 boys and 49 girls chosen as state champions will be inVlted to compete in the nation- al finals to be held in Dearborn starting August 6. Each national finalist, accom- panied by a sponsor, will make the trip to Dearborn as a guest of the Good Drivers League. In the finals, a series of comprehenSive tests similar to those given last year at the finals on the New .York World's Fair grounds will ,be used again. These include day . . . i , i ' h I But this time “155 . cc yefzutlsi‘era‘cir‘that‘s like no edict-1v“ t Eh r 12 with dual overdrl " ‘ .rs. And its beauty 9 tlve as l e ust as distlnc . °" at ’ demenstratlon ‘les . ' d averaged 25.05 mi . . be big 85 imp. For lease rec- Champ in 41! T d we be“ gawk” m1 r “on. findergllu‘xfie sellers in the 1940 and 1939 gfigrfll'u‘nsmtoo. That’s conSlstency'. | a be sure to get the factsgpde-m' dad on bigness, on ride, on MERCURY SECOND I DIV.D BOTH CARS G ALL—JIM; I Be 50m. :and night driving tests, all uri‘der tionally known safety experts- Ford Coupe (Aux. Sea lsecond annual banquet of cham- $5,ooo university scholarship was of Phoenix, Arizona, won the DI)ng Sedan I Not eligible for awards in the -the auspices of the board of judg- i es, assxsted by a group of na- Sedan 'Winners of the 98 scholarships . Will be announced at the League‘s 1215:: :n Aligustflllt in Dearborn. . ear e rs award of a. 1938 Ford Coupe can can”; if , . immie iwnmmm m.. Shipn award, a $2,000 scholar- 1936 Plymouth Coach 1936 Ford Sedan contests are the 1940 state cham- l plons; sons and daughters of mem- bers of the League board of judg- es and the League advisory board; v and employes and sons and daugh- l l : ters of Ford Motor Company em- e . H |p10yes and dealers. Schools , Registration blanks can be ob- “fits to X ‘ tainted from Ford dealers or. by d is , wrl ing to the national head ua i a“ ht 1932 Chevrolet Coach of the ma Good Dive; ?angielsl eague, Dearborn, Michi an_ I servi Upon registration, entrints will i . two ‘rlacglve a kit of material that in- goanrom ‘ ‘ c u as a book entitled “How To . ' z t in k ortu 30 Become a Skilled Driver ” mem- '41 a éqlinder ca‘ Fm“ °"°’§“{ffgfii:on runs 3““ Wmnsrof thepremlersw‘elziiils: 13kt: its comlm‘m‘.‘ sweep?;ne,:nce ‘3 dough: - C so sec . '3 n M ‘ s r ' ' WI ' e a W bership card, a membership but- ‘° . .002: “an M: .5 u' ' (“Sid upwzo mile 1’e 3"" ’cquP‘Ed than? Tan—lumen ‘1 n .v‘fifiggf Linc° ' Kathk s s .- ton and detailed instructions about “Stars; ‘m‘o-W‘Sh’” gfiffil Mercury 9 f“ “w: ‘3“: gmfg‘gfl’gmnnusive proof of the etc: in :1 1and F II " the contests. “5 mm” M 5'1 " ii is hVeS‘iS’" “° " whip- e y 3 Ion. Reine iced volume 3° ' fin and cumin“ r In ——————-—— luau W cm” 5 . \ 1 I . i 3100 more T ‘ 1 What «I retard! four Ford products stole the show in nets. For they've led their divisions in all recent Gilmore gfil‘dn y 1 this year’s ong. e ing GumoreGi-and can on economy economy runs. And the V-type engine that owered all i — "‘— [I is , tun. Under conditions than you yourZelf probably {Eur car; is thfifworld‘s record-holder on landiea, and in ass ‘ l M eve; encounueg- ' rades desert heads 6 a“ 01' Ofmance- ~ ' 4 __ lwou icy mountain 3 , Pe B AN n r 1113324215? thzndizstrictf nggmhlebd- ggwinds,e_levatiom npto6,875 feet-they covered the tough Here’s what these records mean to you—in your ceivilémfi , - . . $595.2-mile route at an average of 43.3 miles per hour everyday driving. They mean on can et better rform- r7 3th mg the request of the great white , . 8 Pc of father to cooperate with the nu- to average 22.6 0316: per gallon. And _the (but cars won ancc for less money than in any other comparable car. ardner ‘ “one, defense program. three ursumdooeseoond-uvvell aswinnmg first and sec- Come in —toduy! Drive a. Gilmore Run lead'er. You’ll 0m ai1'm Floyd H. Phillips, Taholah 011d 13 d” ’WPmlkes—bnahflg all-Hm previous records! find in the Ford-Lincoln line the most car your money, can years, I agency superintendent, today 3am You might expect that from precision-built Ford prod- buy. And you’ll get a top appraisal on your present car, too.‘ 1; dpoor } Skokomish and Makah tribes have I vi . his a w: organized defense units and are . 2 V‘Sitor. cooperating with the state and E R \ v . national defense programs. ' 'i‘ Phone 16 1st and Pine Ben Johnson is in charge of, s F9“ l the Skokomish reservation ' de- ‘ 13mg liense group and Charles Peterson ospitl‘ 1 ' —— he heads the Makah program. S and Plne S 10 u