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Page F0111“ SHELTON”l‘lIlAS%N Clllll‘l'll’l llltl‘ifiii. Consolidated with The Shelton“ Independent ‘ Entered as second-class matter at the pos‘iotilcc at Slit lion, II aslllllglou Subscription Rates: BY MAIL: in Mason County (outside of Shelton city mail carricr districts) $2 per year; 6 months. $1.23: 3 mmllhs. TIM. Foreign $3.5” pigr year. lr’oslal regulations forbid residents of Shelton S“l'\’8d by city mail carrier irum receiving their Journal by mail. BY JOURNAL CARRIER: or $2.50 per year in advance. Published every Tuesday and Thursday afternoon J. EBER ANGLE Manager GRANT C. ANGLE Editor Member of Washington Newspaper Publishers Association and National Editorial Association. HOUSING SITUATION AND NEW GROWT , The housing situation in Shelton, which has not been good for the past year, is growing more acute with new people coming in every day seek-. ing houses or apartments to rent, generally of the modest class within the reach of working fami- lies, and about all the liveable houses in town are now occupied. Some of these visitors are working in the Navy Yard city and are forced to go afar to find living quarters within reach, but the rest are of families already located or planning to come to5 Shelton when homes can be found and ;t is this class of caller that this community needs and should be better prepared for. For this reason and also that a new home can be built cheaper now than is the prospect for later in the year, more attention is being turned to either buying of old homes, or of grounds suit- able for later building; and while this will not be of much help to the existing home scarcity, it will help out later on. . , . It goes without saying that 1941 will be a is year all over the country, something like an old- time boom, with its government spending of mil—. lions in this state, and the good effect on all in- dustry and employment; and. Shelton has already trial building, as well as in business expansion and changes, indicating that this community Will also go forward and justify any early investment. TO DEVELOP MANGANESE There is some encouragement that the gov-- ernment will show some real interest in thedevel- opment of manganese mining on the Olymp1c pen— " ‘ linsula, and besides protecting the operation with- in the National Park, will help in opening the needed mine-to—market roads. Ithas long been known that manganese ex— ists in the Olympics, for patient men have pros- pected and held claims in that region for many years hoping for the day when science would find new methods 0 f reduction and the government and domestic needs would pave the way to market with some hope for profit. Now there seems a real prospect for this de- velopment in the building of a modern refining plant on Hood Canal, and the testing out of the high and low grade ores which are known, and also giving encouragement for renewed effort in locating new ores; for this country needs work rather than playgrounds just now, INTEREST IN TRADE TRAINING While considerable interest is being shown by registration for the prospective trade school in Shelton it is surprising that more of the youth of school and after-school age do not signify their desire to take advantage of the opportunity offer— ed-for free instruction in trade lines to supplement their schooling. There has been little chance in recent years for youth to enter the more lucrative trades to take the place of older men who are either past their best years or who are about to retire on pen- sions, and now in the war emergency there is a great scarcity of skilled workmen to meet the call for'menyand to enjoy the good going wages. It is planned, if enough show interest, to open . and fit up a school with machinery and tools, and for local managers and workers in the trades to take the time to give pupils practical training t0I qualify for good jobs later on; and federal and state support can be secured to carry on the prow ject Without charge to the trainees. GROUNDHOG SAW HIS SHADOW Mr. Groundhog saw his shadow, at least ar- ound Shelton for a brief period, on Sunday, Feb- ruary 2nd, and if the old proverb means anything this section may weather. _However, in recent years, and particularly during the past three, this canny animal has lost hlS reputation as a weather prophet, for what- ever he saw on this day of the year seems to have! worked out in reverse. . Here at the start of February and winter more than half gone with the days growing ap- preciably longer, buds swelling and f l o w e r s blooming, there is somehow the feeling that Pu- get Sound is not going to ’have much cold and snow, although moisture records may keep up. In spite of the sad memory of the “bridge of wooden ships that never sailed the sea” of the last war orgy of waste another huge appropria« tion is made to build another such bridge of ships that will never reach the sea, and add to the “silk shirt” era of war preparedness. It is useless spending that hurts and hampers the real job: in Sllgllon. 2.3!; per month (collected by carrier) 3 be in for six weeks of no-betterl lllCLlll’lBERS PLAY SAlllE Gill llth Reserves Post Victory No. 1 By , 28-20 Over Elma; Varsity I Beaten By 31 To 18 l NORTHERN DIVISION l \V L PF PA illoquisim .................. ..6 0 215 134 {Raymond 1 230 169 ,Abcrdeen 2 220 132 {Olympoz .. 3 216 186 {SHELTON . .' 113 250 lMontesano . 5 157 251 IElma- .......................... ..l 5 150 130 ’ Results Friday g Elma 31, Shelton 18. ' Hoquiam 34, Raymond 30. * Olympia 56, Montesano 42. ' Games Friday Aberdeen at Shelton. Elma at Montesano. Olympia at Raymond. l Elma hustled into the victory {column for the first time this iyear in northern division South- 'west conference basketball 'with a 31 to 18 decision over the Shelton Highclirnbers at Lincoln gym Friday night. ter, 6 to 2, at the half, 12 to 7, and at the third rest period, 22 .to 12. . ‘ Little Gone Anderson, who play- ed iii a Highclimbcr suit last year, gave his former teammates *a lot of trouble with his fine ball handling and passing, as well as producing eight pomts, while husky Les Metzger, red-haired 7center, added another eight tal- Ilies. Had the visitors been able to fclick on their foul shots the mar— igin would have been considerably ,greater. but the Eagles convert- {cd but three out of 19 gift toss- }cs. Shelton made seven of 15 Igood. I l lall the way, loading at the quar- l I l Igrove‘s reserve lineup came :through with its first triumph of gthe year, 26 to 20, over the Eag- llets in the preliminary. Lanky gMilt Clothier canned five field itosses for a ten point total play , 13359}ng Will gill someones“om; DELlRlURR l l I I I l l l I i I l I The Eagles were out in front( I l The night 'Wasn't a complete ; 39 points in a game between M0,?" . . . . - . ,olackout as far as Shelton \vale‘mkey and 4'1“: Dairy last year-i started off the car With both ublic and indus-wconcempd however for Ned Sne;_l The third record, another all- I I , to . ter total the league has ever seen. SHELTON-MASON COUNTY .lOlTrtixiAli ll—lVHAT OUR READERS l W l I THlNK I -, (Rhinitis AT our HOOP sanPs; THREE sesame RECORDS Rhine, l l n. 3, Shelton, Wash. ClTY BASKETBALL LEAGUE . The lineups: ,‘ Jan 30 1941. w L PF PAl GAMES LAST NIGHT ,Edmor' Shelton_Mason ’ McConkey Pharm. 5 0 250 134; First Game ,Cmmtf, Journaly Rayonier ............. .. 2 1 120 120% NICankey (91) ‘INilson’s (29) ? Shelton. Wash. McCleary Timber 3. 2* 143 135, Wilson 4 ,,,,,,,, ..F ,,,,, . A. Daniels «l Dim Editor: L: M- ............. u ]30 154: M. Taylor 33 “HF” . Adams 5! so {'(II', I have failed to see any Kimbclpll 3 2 '57 150M». Smith :36 ..C ........... .. Martin gamma“ on the proposed ordi— 4_; Dairy ,,,,,,,,,,,, _, O 4 108 139}- Eacrct 10 ______ ..G . .... .. Kelly 14 l llunce nlaltlllg‘ one hour parking in Wilson's cafe 0 5 75 160; 31153011 2 ..G .... H D. Dalliels 5ltlic business district, a law. Hmviwcr, I have been asking 'Suhs: McConkeyv G. Smith 6. l ‘ very few peo— Latest Scores Kimbel Oil 68, L. M. 41 Saw” Game l Iopillions and find McConkcy 91, Wilson‘s 29 i l i I KimbClOil (03) L-M- (41) ple have given it a thought any n n i‘ .. I. . w.“ . 2 (v ' “ McClearv «ii. Wilson's 29 11635.“. “ """ "a "" " S‘wlgw‘ei 127A” “143‘ t}? "“y It “omdnt- be Mcconkév 53 Ravomer 30 ‘cd..5.o.l 8 ,, ........ .. Clarx 4 i done or Lacy 11 never enfOI‘CC 1t- i . ~ Cormie; 23 .... SOmSTS 8l Kimbel Oil 29, 4-E Dairy 24 Rayonier 48. Kimbel Oil 42 'I For my part, I believe the laws : * Al , ,, ---G ---------- 7- En‘OtL Ishould be made tor the people ant. l/l . H. Gruver 2 .G ,,,,,,,, .. Fredson 131 " “* -: . not oo‘ole for the laws. Ma be L'tebgt'ef?’ Mccledu 20 lpm {i Subs: KimbclieRau. L. M. gtithatl ebb-plains the (leciinillg girth Games Thursday iHanson' l, ratel. Once a law is passed, whe- , w. r. , .. , , \ M M . 10 n1~v_$cgleary_f:a{0n}i3er l ithiérgéraod ()1 bad, lL Should be 11 n. m.—7 c onke - -P airy _‘ W ~ l-_ 1 :11 . . ‘ Games Saturgay lL- “I- (34) .McCleary (535)? To those who live in Shelton ISomers 5 ........ ..F Roberts 2 i and are down town shopping ev- I I it very nice to' park in one place, 7 p. meeMcCleary-Kimbel , ‘1' J a p 8 p.ml__v4_E Dairy_VVilson 311.1ny I Marv Morganl , cry day or several times a day. 9 p,m,_{,,M,-Rayomer {gl'flfcl‘ 4 ........ ..C.. J. Bednarskl Slims law would not bother. To Monday Games ’EECWQH 5 ------ --G .............. .. Madscn those of us who come to town 9:30*_MCCOnkey_Ll M. Elliott ‘1 ...G ...... .. Lambert 2 ‘1 once a week or so, we find it ncc- 10130V_Rayonier_wnson I Subs: L. ~i'l/I. ~7 Hanson. Mc- i essary to spend several hours do- Games Feb_ 13 iClcaryAMel Morgan 8, B. Bodnar— , ing‘ the week‘s shopping. We find 10 p. rn.i—l{ilnbcl-Li—E Dairy '31“ ~7' Schermer- 11 p. lnerayonier—McConkey 8993’“ (lame adjacent to most stores and go i’tayonier I 1‘“ y (48) Kimbel Oil (42) : about our business, not having to Three new scoring records, tonBm'goync 12 --F -------- -» Carlson l WOWY abOUt finding Parking amtmm figures, were established;Anderson 3 .......... .. Levett 4‘,spot m an hour. m city league basketball play in5§3e11 20 .......... ..C ...... .. Cormier 10g As an example. I park about the past weeks games as the C21S_Il?V-elton ...... ..G ...... ._ McComb 12, noon or so on Saturdays, do my aha tosses Showed absolutely 1.Ao'iDittman 1 .... ..G ,,,,,,,,,, ._ Gruvcr 2 I shopping while the children attend mercy for the twing 5 Subs: Rayonicr —r— McGough McConkey Pharmacy‘s unbeaten‘giitgn 2: Moms" Kimbel 011'” second half leaders hung up a new | “ - , W , _ all-time record last night 'when! (LAMBS SATURDAY all go to the Show which gets us out about five—thirty. Now if We have to hunt a new parking spot thev beat Wilsonvs Cafc_ 91 to 29.; v First Game ever" hour, the whole thing IS Previously no city league team’McL‘efl‘E' (41} Ill/“50W” (29>;59331Ci had ever soared past the seven-§EVIarV “EDT-galls F .......... .. PLGGJYIS 7y bVCYY 0217111115137 the same pCO' ties. During the course of the rout. l‘rj‘pbmm 9 ‘‘‘ "1“ -------- ~~ ' 10 l RIO (Emile mm to“: park' at“. d Pat Smith scored ‘36 and Murry)“adscn 7 K. " 1 If:1m,na,.fl:0um ShGPPmL—T alldylsw‘ Taylor 33 points, far and awaylMCl M31"ng G D~ Denise 2353' .19 O: “5’ fins 15 the the best individual marks of the{Schermer 9 ....G ___________ Kelly 6 I JULY of living in a _Small place. ' current season. Smith, howevery! Subs: McClcary we \‘v'yatt {3,} 1.1 a City the Size of Olympia still holds the all-time record with % Lambert 2' Wilson‘ST'A' Daniels Dun. 1‘ it as one shops within that radius Semnd Gan“, I and then moves on to the next for I V w RM.“an Hwy) .another hour, but in Shelton, the W” . . . . . VVVV Welton g Isnopplng area is too limited. IflIcConkcy (53) EG. Smith 3 time total, was established as Ray- v _ , INL Taylor 12 U '7 _ B.,,.,,.)..m, 71 Thch are no merchants on the 3101' got: 402?»? Smth 14 __..C ........ .. L z’lsjnll 10700411011, 1 belieVC- Did the men ' e I "" ..Z’ I v. tl. . - the first quarter the score was alD‘ “mm” 18 “ Alwelbon 1 ‘vmo “light Up thb new Oldl ,Russsn 4 nancc think of the l the greatest one—quar-I Dittmani 24-24' tie, Weeks 6, Not long ago it was estimated Subs: I . . ~(as printed in the Journal) Rayonier their lodge and then may be we' merchants ? ' warm ll mnwngmj m It. Ifjri 5;; 3 if! 5': . , Alibi ‘L‘AlibkiLL‘ii-LLLl l; town-Iii Til it)? (it till ‘ Will}, Tllllfi {All/l" Strong Individual Scoring; Marksl l Pin Play Friday; 'l‘ililciu‘l ' L. M. Sweeps Milk-ll 3, CITY LEAGUE HOVJLIXG \l‘. 1.. Pct. Cmnmarunorl .30 fill .538 Paramount Theatre . .30 2“ .583 Driskel Hardware ,.__..‘57 631 :29 Pastime ...................... 26 .490 Mason Laundry ........ ..24 27 .471 l \‘Vilson‘s Cafe .......... ..fH 27 .47! lAssociat-od Service ....‘BI 27 .47] ‘L, NI. .......................... ..‘20 3! .392 llighScorcs i GamefieBab Stewart 258. l TotalieBab Stewart 619. ! Matches Friday l ’I' p. ni.-WVJilson’s vs. Pastime, l Driskcl’s vs. Paramount. I p. ianL. M. vs. Cams, AS— } sociatcd vs. Mason Laundry. l Paramount Theatre thrust it« self upward into a first place tie with Cammaranps in city bowl- ing league competition Friday night by downing Pastime while the bottlers were losing to Ma- son Laundry, both decisions by the odd-game margin. Second division clubs won the other two matches of the evening when the tailend L. M. applied a whitewash brush on, Associated Oil and VVilson‘s Cafe’cdged Drie- kel Hardware, 2 to 1. The L. M.‘s Bab Stewart set the scoring pace for the league by hanging up a 258 single game, third highest of the year, and 619 total. Two other 600 scores‘wcre spent out of town. So far, I‘ve always found a parking spot and I think most cveiy one can if some good soul will teach them how to back into a space instead 01' having to go around a block time and time again to find one into which they can drive straight into. I Laws are laws. They must b enforced. I By the way, . councilman’s (3 how about the wife who made a ,“U” turn at Second and Cota Oil ,a busy Saturday afternoon and , , . Morris 1. that. i . X " i' '.l i *2 ° :lead the HighChn‘lblerS t0.t1‘1umph: Try Solving This One , Third Game ]$80,000 of Mason county‘s pay-I“ fiéowggltuoig Em 3‘ second half “me Who“ bmkel Still another oddity in league IKimbol on (29) 4—157 Dairy (‘34) “’0” “"35 being Spent outside. If the street over the \yel‘otv line” '3 3'14 ElealeCk at the half- happenings resulted in the L. Mrghevett G ________ "F ________ _r vvatsoh 3 the people from out of town are ‘ Son far 1 have] f},qu ‘10 {we ’ _Blg Walt Eddy played some McCleary Timber scrap 'I‘huI-sday4,211,150n ________ P"C1(')ut,-er 3 going to have to buck an hour’s wanting one 1min. parking , inlce ball to aid the Shelton cause, night in which both teams left the Cormier 16 "c Fburrc parking law more money will be Martha‘ M Sattgrt’flwaite ltoo' , ‘ , , floor believing the timbermen had 1.3. Tavlor .... """" “human 6 ‘ _, ‘;__,__, s ___' _wv___;_~___~ : Th15.1‘1"‘day the Highchmbers won a 25 to 23 overtime verdict. McCognb 5 G Cl'oufier G ‘ ‘ ‘ r, Ecntertam Aberdeen m Llncom A re-check on the score, howevenl Sub‘s. '6”:qu 4_E ‘v V L {gym as the second half of the showed the L. M. actually had alDairywiGibson 4 L‘Go “, ,1. lnorthern division schedule gets 25 to 23 edge at tho end of regu-i _’__' ‘mé i under way. l Elma ‘he lineups :. FIRST TEAMS i (31) Shelton (18) ,Anderson R ........ __ Phillips 4 lBennett 5 ...... __F__ Lumsden IMetzger 8 ...... ..C.. Fredson 6 lSpalding 2 .... ..G._ IWinders 6 .... ..G I Subs: Elma—Jasper 2, Grass, ,Boyd, Kinnaman, Claflinp Shel— iton~gRosc Woods 1, Robertson, 5 Valley, Klink. I I DiCkinson 1 pretty well overshadowed. but to; -------- Mccomb 4 skip over each game rapidly, hercl l lar playing time. Just how this‘ situation is to be ironed out has; the league guessing. I \Vith such items as these steal—l ing‘ the Show the individual play“ in the games of the week wasi Pirates Square Accounts With , Cleaners, [iii—3‘7 is what happened: P t o 1 ,n. ‘1 . ‘ t2? tailcs an ‘elle urgoyne a e liens-V, .h-C another dozen in leading Rayonier : 37 l C W 1'h pmduced a 49 to ‘ ,E , g, k I. V_ ,_ revenge verdict for the Pan- !Sholmn S<2§;)ND TEAlngma (20) to ItS‘és to ~12 VlCtOI‘y over Igun- torium Pirates over the Vanev I , . bel 011- The game was CloselCleanel‘s of Elma Friday ovcni'r'r' '1 ,WllSOH -------- --F ---------- ~- Claflm 6 throughout. quarterly scores be-l as an after-luau; Of'tfi’e" 81,915,; , '2‘ Chase 2 "'F ”” MCMa-Ster :1 mg' 24'24' 34'32‘ and 4240: Ray'lElma hiflh school ‘ame il I‘ ll " " Eddy. 5 ...C .... .. sackrlder 2 Quier leading. igym ,3 ii. g: 'l 4111(20 i. If. Igloth‘erlm ~' ngaman 2 Defense Bogs Down 2 Throughout the first half the! , lerce. -------------------- arger 3! The pulp mill’s bid for the sec—Isa... W2, t- it «U . .1. ». J Subs. Sheltonflldoop 2’ Tr0t_ .p .. lgi , MI 1 the Pirate.) , ,. :ter 2, Coburn. Elma~»Walker 3, iSheets, Cameron. ECLOSING SPURT WINS ,FOR HOQUIAM, 34-30 I Raymond, Feb. 1.~(Special.)— iHoquiam’s closing rally here last {night gave the Grizzlies "a 34 to 1,30 victory over Raymond and un— Idisputed possession of the north- 3ern' division lead. Harry Tokas, ione' of the least used reserves on ithe Grizzly squad, was the hero df the big Hoquiam rally, con- tributing five important points as ,the winners came from behind a 25—19 deficit as the fourth quar- ter opened to snatch the crucial Verdict. Tokas finally put Hoquiam ahead at 29—28 and the Grizzlies Ikept command thereafter. Bob IHoffer, giant Raymond center, ,lnore widely distributed. was forced out on fouls midway through the final period and Ho- quiam controlled the backboards after that. The lineups: ' Hoquiam (34) Raymond (30) (S'tubberfield 1 ..F ...... .. Rubstello I Klock 4 .......... ..F .......... .. Miller 10 lClayton 3 Hoffer 13 ,Siden ......... .. .. Karlis 2 'Graham 3 ...... ..G .............. .. Plato 2 l Subs: Hoquiam — Wayman 5, 9. Raymond Gacek, DeForest, IB. Ponzola. 4-K SCORING SPREE GOES TO OLYMPIA, 56 TO 42 I Montesano, Feb. 1.—(Specia1.)— {What may be a record point to- tal for a' single northern divis- ion basketball game was estab- lished here last night as Olym— pia Won a 56 to 42 verdict over the home floor Bulldogs. The line- xups: Olympia (56) Montesano (42) B.VanEaton12 F' ...... .. Drugge 10 Rockey 9 ...... Gallagher Bettcher .... Moore 14 Hansen 10 .... Beck .......... ..G .... ._ I Subs: Olympia—Fuller 4, O'- iRandall, Ashwell. Montesano Reed, Heikkenen, Koski. i The Abstract Man of ; Mason County A. L. BELL. I ‘ ‘Abstracts, Real Estate . Loans and Insurance BELL BUILDING . SHELTON, WASH. . l Wittren 10, Haney, Riddell, Tokas‘l l :scored 13 to top individual hon-l Iors but Hoquiam’s punch was I, bagged 25 betw HOffer I losers. I l l I I l I I l . lBoth marks are sub'ect to the '1"- ________ _‘ Best total to pace the dairymen as they l c” . . . J ‘ , C". Thompson 1 caught the pharmacists on an offl““1uuS 0f the Closmg WCCkend Of Leary 4, Hume 2, —~. Van Eaton,l ,— l l i I l l I . . Smith Shelton s e n t Handle 297i Handlca 2’6 Struthersa’p 470W. Savad: 5:8 Inez Oodds, Morna Wood, Juanita I ,2» Cohen 33838kerbini" 382 Star'wmll, 'Edna Robinson, Marie‘ Dummy 420k:- Savage 410 Kublk and F10 Cormier to the big Fraser 327lOlsen 389 I seattle mofi' ’ Young 442} Fourre 493 00151133va lgictlupéaasycgpgfiisdsgyléwgé gginlg8 igtomthgd res; period thiLll when the Rayoriier defense CPl‘lthe third quartbjuggtir ill: lapsed in the 13515 quarter. Wlthlvaders scored the first three " igdnéluntugcsséopianihfeggagfilffgif:lgointgessrnith bagged three long: Wilson staged a scoring bender of 02:11:, batigdaln rsvgaffgf 31,1033? his own. aiOlEd by Murray Taylor after missed foul shots and Pat Smith, which left the mill before anyone mahzed it the pi. hands far behind. irate mar in had In " McCleary downed Wilson's Sat~fcomfortab§1ge 35 to 19.0h1t0d to urday, 41 to 2'9, with Pete Rob-I Lémtt tamed nine . . ‘ erts, Bill Schermer and Bill Mad- lsecond half drive ngfltiirme‘icgfig ‘ sen hitting some uncanny tosses :and Smith seven, ’but Jesg Andep and Homer Cooper duplicatinglson, the adroit faker from Elma, I for the cafemen. ‘topped the game scorers with 15, Dan Cormler registered 16lof which he bagged eleven in the pomts as Kimbel skinned by 4-Eisecond half. Pat Smith had 1::- Dairy, 29 to 24, Saturday, and. Lev ‘ 2 .n o n- added 23 more to his personal to-liggs, at 1 to um done we” tal as the Oilers routed the L. M., i The Pirates room 120.41, last night. Bill LEVBttltheir better gangs incesibglneiging and Bill McComb added 20 and 15 ‘1 the Elmans, p as sin g nicely : respectively for the victors While'throughout the scrap and hittiii‘v‘I Mark Fredson and Ned Sn€Igroveitheirfishots well, so made up eon them for thezthe absence of the two Tavlors. iBill and Murray, and Bill Somers. ~~3The lineups: Pirates (49) Cleaners, (37) ‘Levett 12 ...... ..F ____________ .. Cahill 5' IMcComb 8 .... ..F‘ .... ._ F. Osgood 8 [(1. Smith -7 _...c .... .. Anderson 15 of AN Dairymen Tread 0n Mac’s Corner "P. Smith 13 ..G .... .. i" Heels For Leadonoame ...... ..o ........ ..iia’ié‘éi‘é’i ii , Subs: Pirates —~‘ Cloutier 9. COMMERCIAL BOWLING ICleanerskPrice, L. Osgood. M o i 216' Pet" ‘ acs omer ............ .556l to my __________________ ..24 21 .5331Els1-e Peterson Daviscourt Bakery ..22 23 .4891 McConkey Pharmacy 19 26 .422' High Scores Game—Lee Westlund 209. Total—Bill Noblett 530. Matches Thursday Mac's vs. McConkey. 4-E Dairy ,vs. Daviscourt. 4-E Dairy slipped within a gameof the league leading Mac’s Corner quintet in commercial lea- gue bowling play Thursday night by blanking McConkey Pharmacy while the leaders were taking a pair from Daviscourt Bakery. Virdon Savage picked up a 518 Bowling Tourney! Once more Shelton’s feminine bowling contingent made its mark i in the annual Seattle Star tour- I '~ nament last weekend. l .' Elsie Peterson was the bright| star of the eight Shelton pinwo- men who competed in the meet. With Evelyn Smith, she tops tllcl , doubles with 1157 pins and holdsl ' I Second in the singles with 586.! night. for Mac’s Corner, but the. bakers; established a new single gamel team scoring record of an evenl 1000 pins while posting their lone point. The lineups: IlcOonkeys (0) 1 Bill Noblett set the pacelgfii’dgm coming Saturday anal Elsie scored 581 pins, actual in; the doubles and 539 actual in the singles. ’Evelyn had 446 in the doubles, and the Shelton pair en- joyed 130 pins handicap. In addition to Miss 4-1; Dairy (3) and Mrs. Peterson ‘ 783 759 752 2294l805 842 801 2448l Good Example v I) , . . r . Mac 5 (*0 inalis‘ourtf’ (I) Mummy had decided it was time i N. _. Where Special are Offered 5 " During J and february t0 ProspeCtiVe Buyers trict during 1940. lTig:?g;Eap iglogéflldicap to persuade little Monica to go to Dittman 480iHflderman 465l bed. “Be good, like chickens,” she iNOblett 530‘West’1und 517' said “D'you 58C, they are all in Gerhardt 428 Crowe 334 l bed early!” “Yes,” replied Monica, Cammarano 472tMiuer 510 “but the mummy hen goes at the 872 837 871 2580} 843 1000 843 2686 same time as they do.” 5 I Do You Need Encouragement To Get air Early Start in 1941 f A. Not Select A location in- n Take advantage of the, SPECIAL DISCOUNT of on the usual prices on any location, im- proved or unimproved, or on acreage. See I Angle Building l I l I .. Illllll‘llbl'l' of 200 tt‘ll‘fl’fllllf‘ s O, I l Fel Tuesday, February 4, 19 I was «an. nlllr.‘ . li‘ lllul Fm."ch . 2, it‘lll llolkls 612. a l,‘lI not? with . L‘l .. v: 'Fll \__; \l'l'l'lf lump, up. Pillallloullf's victory was led ll—lcrb Durand, the laundry‘s I l, Dodds, the L. Mfs by Stewart *Bllrk Mavkcy, and VVilsonfS. l Jack Miller lilli'l.l?‘orbes. The ' illg: ‘l’asiill’lv (l) I Paramount” 33‘ Handicap 201‘ Dotson H andi 0 ap I l ' L i . I :lBO‘Roblnson I I I Friend Sl/lgsliclscy , L, McElroy 481;.‘Sl‘nitll ~ 1 l‘l. Ferricr Forrest , l$1303] 'Allcn ElSZ‘Dm‘Ltrld . , those ‘925 930 977 23321:: 950 853 v2 ch or. (hulls (I) l Mason Lily. ' ’ 6 pro( Handicap 5A4 Handicap ym Al'onson 47:1 Doddu City 1, I Peterson 522: ‘Noods the be I Scott A17llDumnly ~officf l Merrick 528i it‘llnk 11°“; to :P. Fredson 5431A. Ferricr the Se, {840878 878 2596831 893 918 ' 1 L. M. (a) Amociated j Handicap 78‘, Handicap own a ’Stewart 61:: Noblett, , shot f , Mackey 5911F McConkoy lumen, EElliott, .Tr. i7": Reader 'i‘eporte I Elliott, Sr. 531Cottercll ’_ had :Carlson 535l§3anicls fién i] 965 903 963 28317335 873 901 I- '- score I Drinkers (l) Vl’ilson’s and fin Handmap 192 Handicap j Vn 01a, ,VV. Sil'lgl"\'o 482 Tucker ' and, lDriskel 524, tiller lg, C IcGough‘ 472; li‘cul‘re .. ear” I Bayley 465 Sergeant u iM. Fredson 591IForbes . érefl ‘ o n . H l? .' on“. , “3.12895 941 2126‘J7i poi, 917‘:T geek l ' " “Ore YOU ARE COVERED for an)? Bani cidcnt for $.25 per day. L0 wers FINEST FOODS AT BEST PRICES time the rate is cheaper. jv wen i Angle. kex e..- . I i I (ilrll‘il I MILLO’S - R: I: .' 1 , by l QUALITY MARK _.... i 7431? l l DRUGS “"33" GROCERIES , ME 5 FRESH ME/ATS led-1m g, FRUITS : “ii ,9 High l HOGDSPORT Look over the New Homes built in the dis— Note the homes sold during last year and the resale values of property in the district. Investigate the advantages of location View, public service, streets and conven- ience to schools and business. I‘ll. G. ANGLE