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February 4, 1941

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Former Teacher, Dies In Seattle Jean Todd Fredson was Mrs. called to Seattle Monday for the. funeral last evening of Mrs. Ethel Todd, wife of her brother Ruric Todd, who passed away on Fri- day of pneumonia. As Miss Ethel Sweet the deceased was a teach- er in Shelton schools in 1907—9, and in the latter year was mar— ried to Mr. Todd ill Seattle. Her husband and four children sur- vive: A. Ruric, Jr., and Mrs. Fredlund of San Francisco, Stu- art at the University, and Jack in high school in Seattle. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Todd came from Kansas in 1894 and settled on a homestead on the old Union City road, with six sons and their daughter, Mrs. Jean Todd Fredson, also a county teacher around 1900. Besides Mrs. Fred— son three brothers are living. Ruric and Jay in Seattle, an d Kay in St. Paul. REED EMPLOYE ILL Glen Breitspecker, Reed Mill employe, was admitted to Shelton hospital today for treatment. IN AGAIN, OUT AGAIN Glenn Smith, seriously hurt in Mrs. Rilric Todd,” L' {Islanders— Ean I Social PI'Ogram Friday Evening By Della Goetsch Harstine Island, Feb. 3. ~— The Social Club’s party at the hall Fri- iday evening was well attended, and proved successful both social- :ly and financially. The commit- tee, Mrs. Paul Smith and Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Needham, had idetails carefully thought out so lthat there was not a dull moment l'in the whole evening. After the 'games, a delightful supper was ,served in the diningroom and an .unusually large number of prizes (were‘awarded. High score prizes ,'Were won at pinoehle by Miss Bet- ity Scott and Carl Mattus with a iconsolation going to Reinhart Goetsch; at 500 high prizes went to Mrs. J. L. Hitchcock and Dick ,‘Glaser with Stanley Smith taking the consolation. Mrs. Jacobson :was high at Chinese checkers and .Miss'Pauline Smith was low. I Edoor prize and three plate prizes §were also given, the door prize 1,going to Miss Helen Glaser and {the plate prizes to Miss Pauline iHitchcock, Joe Glaser and Isaac ,Carlson. 1 The president of the Social (Club, Gerald Needham. announced (the February meeting of the club Ito be held at the hall the evening all i i i l l l ( l i 6-=ft., 4-inin Feminity a3? SHELTON—MASON COUNTY JO URNAL l lSKl CLUB DEBUT 'i 5 T0 COMPET‘lTlVE i SPORT SATISFIESé l Second Place In M1. Rainier Con- test Sunday Pleases Shel- ton Hickory Addicts l With a second place to their credit in a three-way meet, the (Shelton Ski Club team looks back Ion its first competitive venture (with justifiable pride and forward ito its next meet three weeks! hence with keen anticipation. ' The Shelton skiiers finished be- hind the Longview Ski Jacks and iin front of the Grays Harbor Ski) Club Sunday in a three—way meet! at Mt. Rainier in the Sheltonians’ 'debut as members of the South-, west Washington Ski Association.' The exact team scores were not: lcomputed but it was not close be- ttween any of the teams. , Martin Kemppainen, a tempor— ary Shelton resident‘during the (construction of the new gym, cap- [tured the lone first place picked up by Shelton, winning the men’s downhill race in 39.2 seconds. He Iwas disqualified from the men’s :slalom when he was forced to, ' miss a “gate” because a girl block- ed his way. He had come in 11th. Other point winners for Shel- lvisit here, that Hughey had plant- l -ed 2,000 rainbows averaging five 1 in Lake Isabella. lan allocation of the fine bunch of. Rainbows Dumped,l More Coming F o r) Lost Lake W ate rl l l . Elma, Jan. 30. Paul Hughey; of Shelton, state game protector,l informed E. S. Avey, manager ofi the Chamber of Commerce, on a inches in length in Lost Lake on November 25. At the same time he placed 3,000 in Lake Newatzel, 1,000 in Panhandle Lake and 2,000 Hughey was on his way to Lake Aberdeen where all the nearby wardens were meeting to agree on rainbows at the Aberdeen hatch- ery. He agreed with Mr. Avey to place approximately 4,200 rain- , bows averaging five inches or bet~ ter ill Lost Lake in late February or early March, the fish to‘first be brought to Avey‘s office for in— spection by the public, and then to be accompanied to Lost Lake by an Elma sportsman. Mr. Avey has selected Frank S. Smith to witness the planting at Lost Lake.) The manager of the Chamber of Commerce has taken a deep in- terest in the rainbow plantings at Lost Lake, and is having water observations taken from time to time, and reports them to the‘ state game commission. ,lBroken Toe No Handicap; B a b Stewart Hits ’em Performing with a broken toe, Bab Stewart shot 660 ill the doubles to lift himself and George Merrick into fourth place in that event in the. annual Ideal Recreation bowling sweep- stakes at Seattle last weekend. Stewart dropped his 16-pound bowling ball on his foot dur- ing the second frame of the team event but stuck it out to the finish of the tournament de- spite the pain and handicap. Merrick and Stewart had a 1209 total. Jess Daniels held fourth and Merrick fifth in the eight-garlic singles with scores of 1620 and 1619, while Daniels and Al Fer- rier finished just out of the prize ring in the doubles. The Shelton team failed to come near a prize post. Paul and Mark Fredson, Bill Smith, Shorty Aronson, l. H. Woods and lion Dodds com— pleted the entry list from Shel- ton. BeernthSilhd—ay rTuesday, February 4, 1 lFire Devels E l Home, Green Elma. Jail. ,Fire early this morning I the main plant of the El lhouses and the home of. lers at the highway jun [of here with a loss " lthousand dollars, part1 lby insurance. “- l The owners, Mr. and EA. Lewis, barely escaped ’a bedroom window when led by the smoke. The l lieved to have started from iheating stove in the reSid 'tion of the building, i. ‘start and only a few p9 fects of the owners We from the living quarters. The Elma fire de . pumping from a creek “.5 distant. saved the two n adjoining the lnaill buiI the heating system was ‘~ and a heavy loss to plan ed. . Lewis purchased the a, tile Journal Want-Ads—Pllkat] ll . 0r} years ago from the J. R. ell estate. Whether it 'built had not been decid O a car accident in December, was . . . : Manager Avey had a little fun taken to Shelton hospital for ob. lot l<ebruary 7, and gave a speClall {ton were Merle Nebel, Al Koch, iwith Hughey, telling him that he - "fig? servation today but released im- imVltatlon to a.“ Iglanders. to at‘} qub ‘Vlley' Roy PeaCher' Vernlhoped the government WOUId putl Olympia, Jan. 30. e The As— L 0 A N .aux I mediately when his condition was (tend .the meeting and “1303' the} lMlller' Penny Read' Ann CQdar'(qUite a few into the lake as they sociation of Washington Cities has hng pa found good. laCtht‘es 9f the Chib- Mr- Nefi‘d'; This 6-foot, 4-inch feminine athlete, Genevieve Love, plays (must and Evelyn PeaCher- (had recently taken a lot out of it. gone on record as opposed to any samr ——___.__————_l_h§m Prom‘sed that eaCh meeting: center for the All-American Red Heads who appear in Shelton g The “SUNS 0f the SIX events: Hughey was rather mystified, as legislation permitting Sunday sale ' ‘ton rol‘, lemon Juice Recipe Checks’tv‘ll have some mature 0f enter‘i February 18 to play the Pantorium Pirates an exhibition basket- 1 Men’s DownhillfiMartin Kemp-'he did not know Of the huge aSS-lof beer and wine, or estabush- . Convenient T am" , _ . amment ‘0 Interest 21” Who fit-1 ball game for the benefit of the Railroad Avenue beautification painen (S), 39.2; Don Bascom essment the government had I'e—lment of cockttaii bars in hotels, m" 9 n-heumahc Pall] itend Whether ClUb members Off project. Miss Love will be playing against George Smith, Pir- (L), 41; Cliff Audinet (L), Franklcently made on the members ()fiJohn Homer of Seattle, the as_ L1, 5": If you suffer from rheumatic arthritis Minot i ate center. and don’t think George won’t have his hands full Bacon (L), Meme Nebel (s), Budithe club at Lost Lake. an assess- sociationis legal consultant, said Reasonable . gov” neuritis pain, try this simple’imxpensive‘ Mrs- M- J~ YGCk returned 113-: keeping her from potting baskets. And remember, George, the Mason (L), Virgil Paul (L), Jaygment WhICh the member-'5 are Pro' yesterday. ' .A_ hm! home recipe thaEthousands are using. QEtngElltly from a week of visiting oldi refs will be watching you for holding fouls. lMiller (L), Don McKay (GH), Al {testing Any attempt by the state to li- (o (it alfhafieq‘fafiuffxwg‘igr:&dmafia???'2friends and relatives in Tacoma' , _‘ "7 _" v - KOCh (S), BOb Street (GH), BOb! . cense to take any revenues now! gimp E lemons_ NS easy. No trouble at a“ and;She is an ardent galidner and " Wiley (S), Earl Ganon (Ll, AlanlDalr derived by the Cities from taxes part 5 pleasant. You need only z tablespoonfuls lbrought back many flowering; T_T‘”"’-‘i" 'Cripc (L), Paul GoodriCh (L), y n on pinball machines will be fought a y' “"0 times 34335“. one” “nth” 43 hours‘lbulbs and shrubs to plant in herl ’ st M L R p h . . l . by sometimes overnight—splendid results are) . . l L K ( l o , an Onge ( )' 0y eac er, t P by the aSSOClatloh- i. obtained. If the pains do not quickly leave home grounds' VVhllC 1“ Taco” i -———-—- i (S), A. B. Hunt (GH), HOVVaY'd‘ a e —————-——- Maqon ' andiryoll donot feel better, Ru-Ex will costgma, Mrs. Yeck made her head-E 5 g " lMcCorkle (L), Larry Strong (L), IlogPITAL TREATMEVT ‘ . Jet? £53;:figéggazoggo?:t:fijgég‘gzciogzgigi quarters at; the home of her (unililliwl ll‘lllll Tagi l‘l‘.(t Leonard ROEYHCI‘ (L), Dick Street, Centralia, Jan. 31. WA The Wash- Amide L on can; 3 résidont & “:9 mg RWEX (jammed for sale I"midaughter and son-ln-law, Mr. and, Meagan, Timber, has twicei (GH), Bobby Jenkins (L), Vern .ington State Dairymen.s Associa_ I ‘ y , . r ES! . s e recummendedby Mrs. Harley Edwards. i ,, ,_ . .. . . , ..: Miller (S). t- N d r t-On to Gov- 15.1? Shem?“ “59“” “my 1‘" “he '"Surance 3' y 9" FIR DRUG STORE . ' ,had chl-tlmc work ~(onlllcts this] .1 I 1 ion pe ge I coope al ' cewmg medical care. l lire Mls. Hugo A. Glaser is ill Se— (season but ln splte of badly weak- Olymlhdl .Jfiln- 30- Couhty Women's DO‘VHIllllviAdllla Ca- emor Langlle and the legislature in “7' attle where she went to seek ex- (med lineups both times manang [welfare admlnlstrators were glv- Dong (L), 39.4; Shiela Humber in acts designed for the welfare __ _ ‘__._., ~,~\a pert advice on a circulatory trou— to field an eligible Squad 50 that ion procedural instructions here to- (L), Evelyn Poacher (S), Ann of the dairy industry and urged, ble that has been giving her much ,discomfort for some time. While in the city, Mrs. Glaser is staying Inquire, Then You'll Buy Modern The PRICE is RIGHT with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Carlson were lGrange for its January meeting. B E S T 'The next session will be held at INeedham the evening of Febru— iary 21. visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. August Carlson, for several days, Why not Have the (host and hostess to the Harstine the home of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Isaac Carlson who has been ileft Saturday to rejoin his ship, 'the schedule would not be dis— . rupted. i Only the L. M. the seven league clubs has escaped {serious trouble from any of the (sources mentioned here. {THE SECRET ’ A couple of Shelton bowlers seem to have discovered the se- cret of fashioning big scores in tournaments . . . it‘s the some- what painful method of smash- i ing a toe . . . Bab Stewart drop- ped a bowling ball (l6 pounds) on one of his toes at Seattle aggregation of ( |day for making senior citizen lgrants under the new old-age as- isistance program. At a meeting in the old'capitol 30; George Nottingham (L), Bob Vention yesterday. lbuilding, social security ' officials told the administrators immediate, attention would be given to ad- l justment of grants of persons now receiving assistance, so that the March issuance of warrants will {be based on the new law. I When that job has been com- lpleted, pending applications will bel icompleted on the basis offlthe ,Cedarquist (S). ' Junior Downhill—Peter Landry (L), 29 seconds; Penny Read (S). Quoidbach (L). Men’s Slalom-Clifford Audinet (L), 1.17:4; Frank Bacon (L), 1.20:1; Virgil Paul (L), Don Bas- com (L), Alan Cripe (L), Don McKay (GH), Bob Street (GH), Jay Miller (L), Earl Ganong (L), Al Koch (S), Martin Kemppainen (S), disqualified; Stan Monge (L), lHoward McCorkle (L), Larry Strong (L), Merle Nebel (S), Vern 'the legislature to adopt the state' college budget as submitted in el'esolutions adopted at their con- The association pointed to the value of the state college in re-‘ search and extension work. Other resolutions commended the Surplus Marketing Adminis-l ltration and the Washington Dairy! Products Commission; reaffirmed) its stand that Congress should re- ,store to itself treaty and tariff making which the dairymen con— tended were surrendered ill thei Cliff Wivell’s CERTIFIED TEXAGO Representative in Mason County for I In Oll 81 0 — — Olympia SERVICE ‘1» new law. 5U. S. Coast Guard Cutter Alert, last Sunday, breaking the pedal 5 , , . lM~n 1 . trade agreements act. Vlest lwhich is returning to its operat- ’digit, then proceeded to score a I allergy: 431p?" fgr Operation 0; RsyerPegsci;erPal:S )Golg?;1fh qtgét‘ Urged the legislature to con-l P 'bson ling base at Alameda, California, 660 total which boosted himself b1; gall/‘federalassofgi a§§tggiy (GEL gnue support of theffwar dagainst! 'é‘xaéne after a check u at the nav ard and Geor . Merrick int fourth . . , ang’s isease; rea irme oppo-, . ‘. . l , e and ‘at Bremerton. p y y place in 5:6 doubles ()fothe um lboagd, assuring federal matching b Women’s Slalom—Sheila. Hum- Smon to the. interstate carriers’ ngh Glade Fuel and DCISel 0118 L‘: ' If 1 Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Simmons nual Ideal Recreation sweep- lfun 5‘ ‘ er (L)’ 2‘10’ dlsquahf‘ed’. Adma TCStriCtihg traffic in artides WhiCh . 8Do: ‘and the young people, Dixie and Stakes _ _ Bab,5 mishap 00. In administering the law, the Gahong (L), Ann CGGaI‘qulst (S), are sold for what they are and ‘ROMPT SERVICE . when you have that accident, and will help You Money on Your Car Coverage! o vshoots. This grower handles his cascara Icessfully be gl‘bwn commercially. At Bellinghanl, too said Mr. Ot- lter, there is a cascara nursery, 'which sells the small shoots at a the leaves are out and begin to Icurl up and drop off. is dry and so that the material may dry on before being washed l off by rain. A very thorough cov- ‘erage of all large and small Ann Grant (L). highway with a hard surface over its entire length from Fort Stella- of the state highway system, other than the cost of maintenance. lnot as counterfeits and approved CARD INDEX SYSTEMS Saving Office Forms .Jimm , of Shelton came to the curred in the second frame of admihiStmtorS were tom the , . , - lislandy to help with a birthday) the second game in the five- terms "incomes" and "resources", Junior.Sla'°m"Pet,er Landry a 15 cents 3 Pound tax 0’1 blitter mt and Franklin Phone 397 celebration for J. C. Simmons one man competition, which he fin- Shall be given the same meahlhg l (L)' 1'29’. George NOttmgham (Lh SUbStitUteS- 'day last week. , ished out, then went on to the as ordinarily given them_ in BOb QuoldbaCh (LL Penny Read Mk” “’- " w'_“"‘“—""“”‘—"'/ Mrs. Al Brosseau, who has beenl'doubles and singles. adl’hlhlStratiOh 0f PUth aSSISt' (S)' I ' at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A.‘ Two or three seasons hack ahCe. _ i ,herl O. McCay for a short time, spent Freda Fredson started the “fad” . Mu“ L1“ Resource” SKI CLUB SESSION V l, Hu a few days last week at her own] when she dropped a full milk l fin-come and “3591111353 togemel‘ SLATED WEDNESDAY teda-nd Seventh St. Bridge Phone 123 home in Anacortes and returned bottle on one of her toes just W111 .‘hCh‘de (3‘11 8’3th 11" casfh 01‘ Members of the Shelton Ski g in to the island on Wednesday. before leaving for the Seattle 1“ klhdi COlhlhg '50 and aYallableliClub will hold their bi_weekly ' ..the ‘ Star tournament for women . . . t0 the aPPhCB-nt, and 311 Income meeting Wednesday at 7.30 at the aging o: ,u I I .I "I "_—“I_' she proceeded to win the sin— "55913093 hWilthSUtt :UbSlZB-It'l' courthouse President Bab Bamp_ e(Elle I 3188 title, sore toe and all. ‘3 §Xcep,1°nl S a ,e a en "l 0 lton announced toda . Emblems . , l ea .ConSIdhrhth.“ bOth .m Sgtermm'lwill be distributed yto members s with“ RE I CUFFNOTES ling eligibility and in flxmg thelwho have not already received .. th( . v o Vic Palmason, former Univer- iamouht Ohm? grant- them_ l e sity of Washington track captain, “Tms W1“ mew“? any and a“ ‘3 ' and one of the outstanding cinder [0315}! Income belonging to or re’l , tizemah‘ stars of the Pacific Coast a cou- ‘Celved by the applicant, and any R t ' . l“ . at {p16 of years ago, was a guest at :regular-contribution in cash or in! N . .t P .bl t K g With the home of Ben Han rimson’ kind received by the applicant." a - - ,‘ cas, FAST FREIGHT SERVICE Shelton school music mimctor’ 1 The applicant may haw; illlle £3111 S 0 Longer 1S l 0881 e 0 eep witare TH 0R D L VERY IN HELTON last weekend. Palmason is now) owmg _resourc‘?sv u 5.3‘ S}. ' 51‘s W' °° E ' S orchestra director at Abal-deenlbe considered, 1f otherwise engl- Highway Sought Books on Scraps of Paper ‘° be .. Seattle Freight should be routed via Str. Capitol, Ferry Dock, high, ble: a. 0th Tacoma Freight via Str. Skoolfum Chief, Milwaukee Dock, In order to fill an the dates Homestead, home or place of Tacoma Jan 31 _ A bm to . “she; N0. 2 preferred them, the Globe Trot— reS’dencei househom g°°d§i p?!” restore the historic Byrd’s Mill ' Elna“ , ters No. 2 team is now touring“sonal effeCtS, and ahtomomlei 1"“ road which ran from Steilacoom B I "x011 Time (Schedule 'as follows: the Northwest, hitting the tank Sumnce POhCIeS Wlfh surrender through Fern Hill to Puyallup will my“ Leaves Tacoma daily, execept Sunday, at 5 pm. for towns which their “big brothers” lvalue 0f less than $5”? caShv Other be introduced in Olympia th i 5 ~ " out of Olympia and Shelton .of'tlle No. 1 team missed. The persohal P110139“? (St‘mks’ bonds’ week. according to an announce- ‘11 ' ,Arrives Shelton daily, except Sunday No. 2 aggregation is said to lack eFC-l 1hCIUdmg llvestOCki hOt Pre' ment by P, s, McDermott chair— ' ottu some of the skill of the No. 1 SVIOUSIY ehempti the Combmed‘tval' man of the group which is work- I “la ' T , ND club as far as outright basketball ,ue 0f Whmh does “Qt exceed 5200- mg to have the state establish ' it nt 0 liability goes dbut somewhat the} While giggggnbrg?tihese- re this road. The bill has been in- '63: tile etter come y a raction due 0, . ' dorsedb ‘ ' ai CLARENCE CARLANDER, President the presence of a couple of .lscrew_ sourcps' outlined does‘ not preclude TaCOma County and J 1 ed t , .Wood _. aw,“ balls' with exceptional flares for ehglb‘htyv_the admImStFators were The Byrd’s Min road was the e IS 0 »‘ La ’ V A" 4" _"" ' "Am—'7 "Showmanship and humor. That Eggiythfffmcoghe emit,th t°f them first road established by law in . . [2&1 was the N0. 1 team, the club 131‘ 0 app‘lcan or re- Washin ton. . . V m e which won the world’s pro title, -C‘pleht, W111 be congldered 1h de"Thurstogn coungiondrrt'gzilleznerihi): in “ante which appeared in Shelton recent- ggighl‘gmhg the amount 0f the road constructed in 1852 at their 0 ! bevigt l . - first me ' ' - ' I y i Those eligible for grants, who ers wereeixfihurrrgé Eggnmylsssxgg ggnfim I . are .WlthOllt any .lncome and re- ney Ford and David Shelton.’When cysteine “ I e Cascara Orchard 5°hf?i.133.ciifiiiviallfOféé‘Enifilé" gating?“ territory was formedv "011?“ ' e erri orial Legislature acted to . ‘ ' ed or produced by a person for .. '_ \ P on Pr lhis oWn use does not constitute Eitagészctthff a1585:: mlhtary road See - , - . ' - a resource, but any income reg- In . Have y9u aneStlga.ted new attl aetlve, ularly received from sale of such DermgttStsadiadr'lelfill‘hEhgfdmiilifiiaalf- I features in automobile policies. The nelw lproduce will be considered a re- road was kn'own as the Byrd}; . ' ‘ ' ‘ to meet W 0011 1- Elma, Jan. 30. -— Cascara bark,isourceg A Mill road to the ioneers of the f {SOhCIéb 3151 SH 81:1 d d l.educ_ which grows wild in profusion in] Reelplents requlrfed t0 pay. for state. It was overt" this old road khan. Ions an ave 99“ 103 ene W1 'this area but which is being con- board and, mom W111 be CPUSlder' Ithat the early settlers were forced ‘ emc tion in rates. (siderably depleted, is now a com- [fed as havmg no hesource “1 hous‘ to flee for their lives during the .r .' 8 cor; (mercial crop in several places in'mgv fuelv fOOdr llghtv water ahd Indian uprising in 1855. It is ;lway A1 -t - in eX_ 'the Northwest, the best exanlplelhousehchd replacements! and W111 most fortunate that the historic has SO, 1 1S DOW 1.30351 e 0 a ( 0W g being a 10-acre cascara farm inibe el‘g‘ble for a $40 grant road committee of Pierce county tel-Sat pense, medical reimbursement expense for lgles;§rn0t:)regon, raccordinfg “to: Illas ficomplisréed the task of pm“ . . 0 . _ , v 0 er, m ‘0 age 0 e, . lng e recor s of this old r ‘ l the entlre and guests and lSoil Conservation Service work in before they have been lost. Gad a 1 death benefits and a week plus hOS- this county. He told Chamber Of ., “The f6deral works program has “Bare )ital benefit f0 . the car owner to the Commerce members Friday noon prov1ded an up to date, modern 1" fol l .1 lat Hoffelt’s that this grower, af— highway over the route of the old a'lllily regular pubhc hablhty and property dam_ it” ten. ygars' 11.0“, .has cascam' Peach trees should be given the military road. It is no longer v Ileke’ age pohcy. itlee‘s Six inches diameter, butlsecond Spray for Peach Leaflet“! the old wagon trail, Winding I, ton Slat. he be? a t.leulblle part dof ijust as soon as weather comm agol‘lfillld tthe tstumps of the forests ‘ the _ _ , is income rom 1e sac 0 see S, . . , l o as in on, It is no - 4 ' > These new addlthl'lS Wlll come in handy chiefly to Japanese, and of small itlons permlt' Its too late When constructegroad and is avfinzilshiZl 15:13: , Dt l: I. . nth .k, I. I ,_ , _ Recommended spray mixtures . al to ca W the expense caused by a" ace ‘19 (3532.1;-2§3yl§fifiiél32hifiii a; 36-6-le fascia; OFFICE SUPPLIES i . . . , _ , . . _‘ ene r0 - or ime u ur , y f It Will Pay You to Investigate This New 333;“; tgjtcoggfggalhg‘gfn 333110;; (1-9). The spray should be used 3:?kg“gaggéugfedapgggpfifiwgz L t U H 1 Y HOT? Fl Policy Today and I know it Will Save ‘pharmaccutical houses, can suc- on a Clear day so that the tree requested. should it'b‘ecome part .8 S e p 0“ an ‘lme' \1 , _ , .1 _ branches is essential to kill the r“. _""—_—'—1 V 10w pm‘e' 60 cents pet hun spores (seed) that live over win- ' I 82ml; 1 R: G. Buckingham, near the‘tegon tlhi‘tree' d t 1.1 d . .tr __ T E I B N A L “112' Saginaw station south of Elma, is tiongmg): c an: 1 e falcirl ms {dc-l delight). transplanting wild cascara trees, } peac (31:1 th E Eon ,ro Floyd Charles Parrish, 21, Brem- ‘ l‘. “in . ' having planted one acre alreadylgliziéf Osfefqured a e x enswn erton, and Elizabeth Anne Vose, - . “’11; E T 0 D A Y and having started on his second, e 196' ' 19, Port Orchard, applied for ,a Your Communlty NEWSDaPEI it1,3: acre. His success will be watch- marriage license at the auditor's 3' 'ed with much interest here. Journal Want-Ads—I’hone 100 office here February 1. ’ glue"