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Dies at 94 in Seattle Mrs. Hannah E. Scott, 94, mo- ther of Samuel W. Scott of Mat- lock, died in Seattle last Tues- day and was buried in the Ma- sonic cemetery at Elma Friday after memorial services from the Whiteside Chapel in Elma. Mrs. Scott was born in Ohio on January 30, 1847, migrating west to Washington in 1890 after mar~ rying Matthew W. Scott in 1867. In addition to the son at Mat- lock, three other sons and daugh- ters survive. They are: Dye M Scott of Butte, Mont. Jesse C Scott of Culberson, N. C., and Glenn C. Scott and Mrs. Anna Newell of Seattle and Mrs'. Hat— tie E. Comfort of Elma. 68AM THEATRE SHELTON, WASHINGTON Two shows every night Starting at 7:00 PM. Matinee 2:15 pm. Saturday and Sunday Adm" 10¢ and 25¢, plus tax (State 2c; Federal 3¢) Last Time Tonight! “SEVEN SINNERS” Marlene Dietrich Wednesday Only DEAD END KIDS LITTLE TOUGH GUYS ‘3 “GIVE US WHNGS” Thursday Only 15¢ Nite Friday - Saturday TYRONE POWER — LINDA DARNELL “BRIGHAM YOUNG” Grapevier Illaze ; = Burns Residence l C ho o se Officers Of School Tutor‘ E Grapeview. Feb. 10. W The; ‘house which has been occupied ,by Keith Johnstone, our school lteacher and family, burned to the jground last Tuesday evening. Mr. gJohnstone was not at home. lThrough the quick work of Mr. lChas. Schwinn and Bobby Schwinn land Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Johnson, :all the furniture was saved. It {is at times like this that ve Frealize more.,fully what a won- :derful community we have. Mr. iand Mrs. Johnny. Reed were moving out of their home, and so offered it to Mr. Johnstone and immediately the furniture was loaded onto several pick-up trucks belonging to neighbors who had come to help and moved into the new home. Several neighbors arranged the furniture so that things were more cheer- ful. Mrs. Johnstone is still in Yakima recovering from illness. l We don‘t know if the ground hog saw his shadow or not but ‘it has been reported on good Homemakers Will At Next llleeting l By Virtue 1']. Elanlon Pickering, Feb. 10. —-— The Pick-I ering Homemakers Club met with; Mrs. Claude Hanlon Thursday ternoon with seventeen women: present. There will be election! iof officers‘at the next meeting to! be held on February 20th at the’ home of Mrs. Elicia Barnes, so all members are urged to be present. Mrs. Ivialoor undquist s p e n t , the weekend in Seaside, Oregon,l where she attended the golden' 'wedding anniversary of her aunts Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Droschcr land son Jerry, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Longacre, Miss Dorothy VViss andl Mr. Bruce W'illcy of Shelton were= guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Wiss. Mrs. J. M. Peterson has just returned from a two weeks visit 'in Tacoma at the home of her, daughter and son-in-law, i r. and‘ ‘Mrs. George P. Wright. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Paynton, of Grapevich spent Sunday with: Mrs. Josephine Hushek. ‘ l l authority that pansies are bloom— ing at Grapeview on Carl Deggc- Iller‘s place. The Grapeview community club is planning on starting a lending library for general use in this idistrict. Details will be announc— ‘ed later. Will anyone who has ibooks that they would like to do~, inate for this cause please leave ithem at the Grapeview Supply ‘and Service Store. Questionnaires Now At Rayonier Questionnaires to determine in— terest in the proposed establish- onier plant with Personnel Mana— . ger W. C. Crait as a measure of ‘ convenience for pulp mill workers vey committee for the school an- nounced. A considerable quickening in the call for questionnaires sincc‘ the middle of last week, almost doubling the number turned in upl 3to that time, prompted the sur- vey committee to extend the time limit on submission of the forms ,for several days longer. l ,_,— l HOSPITAL PATIENT I Carl Olson of .Route 3 was ad— mitted to Shelton hospital Friday, for treatment. on the Health Pard'd‘ It helps mother diet sensibly and does Wonders for her com- plexion. It builds strong teeth and bones for the children. It gives dad pepe-and gives all the family .vitaiiiiiostuo won- der our milk is‘izgfirst on the family hit paradeifor health! I . Canterbury VALENTINE ’CHOCOLATES to $5.00 . ‘fQ-LD, SOUTH” PERFUMES . . NORCROSS VALENTINE c-A' ans l \i l ; lHall. _’ V lCounty reviewed the new old age .. , l .previous two years. . l l . in industry, welding offers 'aufii’i‘ .L- . _. ....._.... Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Ball and Mr. and Mrs. J. LaPagc spent 1 l l l Saturday evening at the E. D.‘ was enjoyed. Richard B. Oswin of Portland, Harriman home where pinochlela club battling for the northern SHELTON-MASON COUNTY J ()URNAL allow it or“ Red Devilé’isiast Hoop For 81 to 59 llilll‘lllll their in , ir earthenware W 9"“ P a“? Raymond’s Mountcastle R 8 Cl l Aberdeen Stages Weak Exhibition But Still \Vins, 31-11; Ray- Devils, touted as the strongest in-l mond Loses To Bears dependent hoop outfit in South— west Vv’ashington, had their sights} trimmed to a fine point in the‘ crackerbox Raymond junior high gym Sunday afternoon as they hung up an 81 to 59 victory over NORTHERN DIVISION w. L. Pct. For Ag. Scores Friday Aberdeen 31, Shelton 11. Olympia 43, Raymond 38. Elma 23, Montesano 22. Games Friday Monte at Aberdeen. Raymond at Elma. Hoquiam at Olympia. , The two teams may meet againlt Fortunate it was for the Aber- in Shelton next'Sunday if the Red deen Bobcats that they met a Devils can get out from tinder a weak opponent last Friday night tentatlve date With LonngeW- In and were able to stumble through i the “Wantiva the Pirates go back}, to a 31 to 11 verdict over the down into Paelfic County this; Shelton Highclimbers, for the Wednesday to meet the strong= . -13 th- but Nowogroski Blue Comets at Le- LObLats locked 11} any mg bam, then meet the All—American ,~ .1 r iRed Heads. America's champion, id“ 1510“ Plfp .tltle' , . lgirls basketball team, in Shelton! The Hignclimbers mace things I next Tuesday night. . up a score which would have woni any ordinary game. However, thel Red Devils had some howitzer ex—I perts themselves in Don Petit,’ Chuck Berbells and Jack Rosen-, tangle, who scored 56 points! amongst them. l l i lOregoh, spent the weekend with ihis uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. :Frank Wylie. Mrs. Elida Barnes, Chas. Mc- Gonagle, Mrs. Frank Gray and son Frank, were dinner guests of i l l ’Walkers Addition were d i n n e r iguests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. [Elmer Wiss. ; Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Woodall were ‘visitors in Olympia Saturday. l Mr. and ,Mrs. Francis Hushek, ment of a trades school in Shel-lCarl Hushek and Mrs. Morton andI ton have been placed at the Ray-l son Bob, of.Tacoma, spent ,wcekcnd with Mrs. Josephine Hu— , shek. i l lgticstsThursday evening of Mr. land Mrs. Claude Hanlon. i Bariekman Heads Pension Union John E. Bariekman was elected president of a temporary organ- ization of a Shelton old age pen- sion union which will exist during l Ithe present legislature at a meet- ing of old age pensioners last Thursday evening in Memorial N. C. Bicknell was chosen vice- __ lpresident and Alice Bariekman , . . secretary-treasurer. ‘be held every two Weeks during ,; lthc legislature‘to take Care'of any Meetings will lbusiness pertaining to pensions and Initiative 141. Representative Pettusof Pierce initiative as compared with the “pauper law” pension law of the {Harry Johnson Will Teach Welding Class _ An addition is being made to ,the machine shop of Harry John- son to accommodate classes in welding. The'ncw building is be- ing equipped with the latest in welding etiqipment'and will pro- vide facilities to train a limited number of young men frOm this vicinity for shipyard work. The welding class which has been held up to this time at the .Ellison Motors building is being 'moved into the new quarters. Mr. Johnson states that with the present shortage of electric ,welders and with the opening of still more shipyards and increase Opportuni the ambi , ‘ NURSE ON JOB AGAIN l a '2 Miss , Dugger. Shelton -ho_spital nurse, retm‘ned to her , duties last week after enjoying. a ten-day vacation at the home of her parents in Lewiston, Idaho. She reported lrttle snow and therefore no skiing, somewhat of a disappointment to her. M“ my WEARMACY Phone 303 Dancing Mileage _ SILK . HOSIERY 89¢ to $1.25 / «Mrs. J. M. Peterson Sunday eve- ning. Mr. and Mrs. George Wiss of‘ the ' lr. and Mrs. Claude Hanlonv interested in the school, the sur-lspent Sunday in Olympia visiting. relatives. i Mr. and-Mrs. Bob Youn of‘ Grapeview were dinner guests Sunday Of Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Woociau.~ . Mr- and Mrs. P. E. Ball were, well ahead in the second half un- ' 3-Ton Load- Limits i 1 'easy for Aberdeen by committing; The lineups at Raymond: Pirates (59) {errors in passing, ball handling! Red Devils (81) zand floorwork too numerous tmROb Schnee 4__F ________ " Somers 14. ,inention, n'iissing eleven of four-,Bcrbens 18 ____ _ Cloutier 8 {teen foul shots, and almost as? phair 4 Smith 15! flarge a proportion of their efforts Enter 4 __________ __G_. McComb 18‘! gfrom the field. iRosentanglc 18G __________ __ Snelgrovei i Abcrdccn's zone defense keptl Subs: Red Devils 7— Petit 20,! the l—lighclimbers from .getting as' Rich Schnec- 11, Church 2. Shel- many shots as usual, so in the“ tonerl‘tusscll 4. l 'tw-o engagements between the twoi ll club's this year Shelton has scored' ! but 28 points, getting only 12» ‘ the first game. I i I But the Bobcats'looked bad on '. ._ l offense, ‘missing as large a per-‘ i l lccntagc of their shots as Old _ _ y , , Highclimbers. At the first quara' Hoqmem S tralned-xrom-llflancys ft”, the score was 7 to 2, with junior high basketeers knew far} too many fine points of the casa-i ba sport for Shelton’s green kids;- so chalked up an easy 39 to 13: victory on the Hoquiam floor Sat-1 urday in the first string game after having posted a 44 to 5 tri-l umph in the peewee preliminary, in which Coach Ned Snelgrovel used almost 20 players. s Snelgrove was pinchhitting for! Coach Hugh Clark, who was call—: ed. to Arizona by the serious in-l jury of his wife’s parents in an: automobile wreck Friday. , The Hoquiam lads come tol iShelton to show their stuff this lSaturday. The first team lineups: ; Hoquiam (39) Shelton (13) Aberdeen scoring five foul shots, at tle half it was 13 to 7, and ,at the third quarter mark 24' to 10 for the invaders best period of {the contest. . Tony Bezer, Aberdeen's league ileading scorer, padded his indivi- idual tally total with eleVen points, il’ivc of which came from the ll‘rce throw line. The Bobcats ‘counted 11 out of 18 foul shots, ten field goals. Ned Snelgrovo’s Highclimber re- serves staged another bang up exhibition but tired in the late go- ing after holding the edge for the best part of the first three quar- ters onl to lose out, 28 to 22, in l Forge” 2 -------- —-F SaVage the fina§l period. ‘ "KI‘OCk 6 ' " ' RObertSOn Loss ofvbig VJalt-Eddy by foul-s | 303110“ 1% -------R Tgby was the last straw. Walt, alum-gill3 gnanz G-- 13C or s with Earwin Loop and Sam Wil-l 1‘10 a ' " .' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' arson i ' l Subs: Hoqu1am —— Nelson 2, son, had'led the scoring that kept Bradshaw 2’ Snyder 2y Wayman m the 2, Valerio 5, Gayda 2. Shelton— ! Lumsden. the Highclimber reserves running. This week Shelton draws the _. bye and will rest. . . ..' .__ mm “mm «Nominatlons made Aberdeen (31‘. , Shelton (M) a ‘Bezer 11 ........ __F ...... .. McComb ~1. . r Johnson 6 ..F.. ......... .. Valleyl Nicholas 8 .. Frcdsonsfil ' I Silva 4 __ ._ Lumsden 2i Nominees for student body offi- Goldstem ________ __G _________ __ vgroods 3'cers for the second semester at Subs: AberdeenfiBoettcher 2,;Ireno S. Reed high school were made yesterday with the first el- Perccni, Jovanovich, E s t r a d a , ‘ The Scott, Underwood, Winniger, Lea. Shelton—#Dickinson, Phillips, Rose, Robertson, Klink. ection due next Monday. nominees include: For President — Shirley Ger- SECOND TEAMS hardt, Maxnie Carstairs, Walt Aberdeen ' ' Shelton Kimbel, Ralph LBDX'GVV, *Art Biehl, Nedra Oppelt.- 'Lea 4 """"""" "F """"""" " LOOP 6‘ For Vice-presidenthetty Att- ~| . . ,_ 'nggggylig 10 a ; wood, Ken Fredson, Jim Hillier, FY“, d 2 "" "" "é‘lothier 3 Randall Jordan, Karol Kneeland, fixings” """ "G """" ” Pierce ‘2 ' Grace IYarr; Gertrude Viger. Subs' Aberdeen ; Ed Johnson ! . For secretary—“Ruth Black Ma' ' l rion Anderson, Barbara Kreien— 1, Es Johnson, Bastin, Grguvino- vich, Blume. Shelton —— Chase, Trotter. baum. Dorothea Rucker, Nita Op— lpelt, Donna: O’Neill, Pat Wilcox. ‘ For Staff Bearer—Bill Ander- ,son, John Graffe, Earwin Loop, Clarence Robinson, Sam Wilson. 'Fore Sergeant-at-arms Jim Rose. fair Improvement Club Program Friday OLYMPIA UPSETS RAYMOND, 43-38 Raymond, Feb. 8. —« Olympia Bears jarred Raymond’s chances: for the northern division basket— ball title by trimming the Sea-a gulls, 43 to 38, at Raymond last} might. t was Raymond’s sgcond; league defeat. Olympia picked; Belfair, Feb. 10,—The Belfair . up a 25:19 halftime lead and kept 1 Improvement Club meets this coming Friday evening in the new school building with a program .til Hanson left,the game on fouls. g‘Olympi'a subs won, 22 to 13., myum (43) Raymond (33) ,by the school. orchestra, motion Van Eaton 1 “F ____________ _; Karlis 4 ; pictures and refreshments, an— Hockey 7 ...... _____ _. IMiller 1 inounces-secretary A. F. Ritzen. 'Bettcher‘ 16. Hoffer 62 Mason County Commissioner Wednesday in the grange hall“for1- 1fifteen members were present, and the afternoon was spent in sew— ing for the Red Cross. Bob Gunter. was Mrs. Wm. Boice, assisted by the invading Pantorium Pirates of EMrs- Dame Roessel‘ 3 22nd wedding anniver _ .and Mrs. Jim Cothary of Brem “his meeting. iattcndance of the departments ha scheduled which includes music, m In News Briefs Kamilche, Feb. 10. m- The Kam— l i l l l, ilche Valley Ladies' Club met? l a pot-luck dinner. One guest and The at- tendance prize was won by Mrs. Hostess for the day Mr. and Mrs. VJ. D. Forbes andi two daughters of Olympia spent; Sunday with Mrs. Eliza Casey. in Mrs. Margaret Cothary gave av” dinner Saturday to celebrate the y of M r. 39.? Wm. .cd his erton. Friday, Mr. and Cloherty of Bremerton vi: mother, Mrs. Blossom Cal Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Ulrich of Seattle and Mr. and Mrs. A! Henderson of Alaska spent the weekend with Chester Taylor. A former Kamilche resident, Mrs. Clara Kennedy Waite, of Bellingham, is recovering fromid an auto accident in an Aberdeen'g hospital. ’ Miss Mary Alice McMahan of Seattle visited her brother and fa~ ther Saturday. Mrs. Eugene Taylor entertained with a family dinner party Sun- day for about fifteen guests. , Prep Girls Choir To . . Sing Methodists The preaching service hold at! 11 a. m. which has been well at—i tendedthis last fall and during} the winter months, is to be given} next Sunday. Awfrcsh touch of interest by the addition of a “High School Girls’ Choir.” This «he * is being directed by Mrs. Wm. Stevenson, with Mrs. Wm. Bur— ford pianist. The senior cl iii" of the church, with V’Jalter Echo‘s" directing, and Miss Eileen Run- acrcs, accompanist, will continue its much-appreciat work usual. This church. has received several new members recently, while there has been a noticeable increase in Surday school attendance. in the lower classes of the school the l l. g1 CL been restored to the figure bcfo the flu epidemic, while in the Adult Bible Class and one of the boys classes the at‘endance has reached a high water mark. Th Adult Eiblc Class \'.'(-‘ll—()lf‘g‘€tll- izcd, and is doing some much needed work. The VVomans So~ ciety of Christian Service is car- rying out its new program with real vigor. Among the special by the pastor of the church, Dr. Robert Brumblay, will be a spec— ial celebration of the of the Lord‘s Supper, which willl be observed on the historic anni- i April 10th. If you Wish to Sell you’ll Have to Tell—Journal Want-Ads. Beck Gacek 5‘ Fred Ferris Jr. of that district, Hanson 14 ____ ..G .............. .. Plato 7 , PTObably accompanied by his two Subs: ‘Olympia— Fuller 3, J. COlleagueS. Chairman Robert Trenckmann and Vincent E. Paul ! has also promised his presence. " would; llCENSES ' Kenneth Tozier, 26,- Shelton, and Betty Norling, 19, Union, at Port Van Eaton. Raymond—Rubstello 5, DeForrest, Ponzola. .LAST MINUTE FOULS WIN FOR ELMA, 23-22 5 Montesano, Feb. 8. ~— A pair of free throws, successfully converted in the last minute by Winders, *gavc Elma a 23—22 win over Mon- ;Orchard, last week. tesano. Montesano led 14—10 at: Frank L1\/[at;_,‘ek‘22_Allynv and the half and 22—17 at the end of ‘ Ellen 0, Brown, 23, Route 5y So. ,the third quarter. attle, at Seattle, last week. ‘ The lineups: George Thompson, 22, Union, l O l Elma (23 Montesano (22) :and Opal Crisman, 20, Route 3. IAnderson 4 .......... .. Drugge 9 SheltOn, at Shelton, February 10. ,Jasper 3 ....... -— Best 4-! Maynard Douglas May, 21, and ,Metsgcr 6 .. ..".C... MOOr'O 6 Madeline Amelia Woman, 20, both “Bennett 2 G »- ------- -- Crisp 3 of Bremerton, at Shelton, Feb- :Wlllders 5 .1 ..... ..G .................. »- Reedtruary 6. > J Subs: Elma Graft 3, Boyd. l HMontesano——D. Gallagher, Thomp—I son, Heikkenen. MILLO’S llllllll’il'Y Minn . i: DRUGS \ GROCERIES FRESH MEATS FRUITS FINEST FOODS AT ‘BES‘T PRlCES Set 0~n2 Bridges r ~ I Three—ton load limits were set{ ,by the board of county commis~, isioners yesterday on two countyl :bridges, one on the Old Egypt, road near the old Ingersoll place, ,3 lthe second on the Mason Lakel tread near the Benson place. The board also requested Road iEngineer Art Ward to examinel land report on the feasibility of V building the road around Island 'Lake which Leslie Muller request- ed last week. Mason County’s share of Jan- uary gas tax apportionment is $8,362.33, the board was infonm-, ed bylW-the state treasurer. 1 l l l n H0653 PORT l AND SEE HOW MUCH MORE YOU GET! 100 HORSEPOWER 6 - CYLIN- DER ECONO-MASTER ENGINE 119-INCH WHEELBASE - BIG- GER, ROOMIER FISHER BODY NEW INTERIOR LUXURY 4 COIL-SPRING RHYTHMIC RIDE - FAMOUS OLDS QUAL- ITY THROUGHOUT! lst &, Grove >as { '. i l i pro-Easter services being planned: ,j' Sacramenti versary of its founding, which,l '- 'this year will be Thursday night, .g‘ l lliarnilce liven-ts _ rlill, Cagle‘To Be— At Dairy Meeting Here On Monday Dr. Otto ,Er:tension Economist will be the undergoing repairs. imam speakers at the dairy meet-l Zing on Monday, February 17. The ,was still carrying on t n. Tmccting, starting at 10:00 a. m., 'rcpair endpof his busin. lwill be held at the Shelton Valley his home at 642 Bellevu, Grange Hall. ‘ ‘and national outlook for dairying Tues day, February 11, iStcve’s Radio Shah,ll ‘ l Closure Due To ’_ ’1‘ an. i .' ation 4 E W'ith his stock o‘.‘ radyr Will electrical supplies badly 13 by water. Steve Gallant» " Bell, ; tor of Steve's Radio " {130 J. Hill, Extension nounced today that his in be ‘Dairyman, and Arthur J. Cagle, would Be temporarily 010 ‘~ group ' ayalent Mr. Gallant announced ll Win F11 " ‘5 ‘7 , . l D‘. H'll w‘ll discuss “Home ‘ If you Wish to Sell yo Hoq‘fmm """""" 1000 ’15) 13-1 Shelton. ‘ Mrs" J" B‘ “We? 0‘ Port An"! 1» 1 1. 01R d th (3 St of to Tcll-—qurnal Want Abeideen o 2 .714 261 143 , l 1 h I , . ,t ,, ,. 1 _ dq I .(nown Feed.) e uce c o VE qunqond 5 y 714 068 21» The Rea DQVHS’ Z0116 defenSB g8 eswas Dijon VIS‘ CI/‘lg 101 f “ug 1" lproducing Butterfat H and “Dairy l “""“‘“"*" M‘" LO Q . . . . . ,, . ,, . . , . i ,. c i . . __-.—.———— iOlvmpia .. .4 3 .571 259 224 m the tmy seattle $12.63 Ray"? 91' ll lsf' flay,” onne‘ m 1 *Herd Improvement Records Show R” r . . . . '. mond gym forced the Pirates touc‘mpe 0 “9‘3 \S- . l.‘ o, B tt 1. Elma .............. .2 .1 Job 172 202 . i , , . ,, ,tne Way for Developing e e l Montesano 1 6 143 179 274 resort to long range but Bill Mc-, lane Eaglfcl‘lo fog” hSCVV1‘1§;}Ierdsvi l . """ . . ., .. Comb, Bill Somers and Pat Smith C u me Y“ 33' 9? 19 01119 0 '. M, ‘ ~ Shelton .......... ..l b .143 1.54 280 connected with regularity to pile M13 Arthur Nelson. , Mr, Cable Will discuss the local P11 en well as agriculture in general. Shelton. Wash. col: County Agent Okerstrom w i l 1 cm, ch how by the use of colored pic— }tures the results of using various 3 fertilizers. Farmers 3 in. Delegation To V.F.W. lnterpost Meet Mason Vounty V.F.W. post was irepresen lladies of the auxiliary at the inter- . §post meeting at Olympia last 'Fri- ted ay night. Mr. and 5and Mrs. E. F. 'Martin, Mr. and iMrs. Fred Hickson, Mr. and Mrs. lCharles Clark, Mr. and Mrs. Wil- lliam Compton, Mr. and Mrs. Hen- iry Hanson and Mrs. Amos For— }dyce attended from Shelton. G IRL V Mr. and Mrs. Irving Angovo of :Shelton became parents of a baby ,daughter born at Shelton hospital 1 Friday. Creamery Ass’n Annual Meeting Slated Feb. .‘5‘ Stockholders County Creamery AssoCiation will hold their annual meeting for cl— cction of officers and to hear the annual report on February 22, at 10 a. m., in Memorial Hall, Sec- retary H. Parry Jones has notified members. CAMP 5 MAN IN BED Ralph Fry of Camp 5 was ad- ' mitted for treatment Monday at Shelton hospital. Vega are urged to attend .UO lull/Il- ‘: ' 1 now u by six men and seven Thursday 15o ; 3' Request Nitei Paramounl pres-mi , some no; , TH noun». Mrs. Ralph Pigg, Mr. i‘ 2$?eaturc “GOOD GIRLS GO TO 9 FOR ANGOVES of the Mason wot: m.- n‘mzs - Lime! *t '- ‘ Lumiqu Dav - SAMUEL 5...": lOCKHART NAT PENDLETON - A WWW/yellow ’ “GUESS IT WILL HAVE TO BE ONE OF THE LOWEST PRICED THREE AGAIN. .” ERE’S the correct way to say it! “Why/should We, be con- tent with one ofthe IoWest— priced three, W11 en OIds is priced so 16W?" For it’s a fact—rthe big, quality- built Oldsmobile Special costs only a few dollars more than deluxe models of lowesthpriced cars—but ' ’ there’s, a whale of a big difference in \what you get. Come in and see! THE (:3 Mell Chevr I mason country CREAMERY ASS . ’MLHVHS‘: \‘ Annua Meeting: February 22, ill a. m. MEMORIAL HALL, seamen v 1 lb. 8 Election of officers and such other; ‘ business as may properly come be— ’fore the meeting. ,, . n. PARRY JONES, ' Secretary n .4 $898, *delivered atLan Illich. State tax, opti ~» equipment and accei.‘ ries~extra. Prices sub: ALSO AVAILABLE W! i Hydra-Marie" I the effort of ~d cause them" pushing or shifting. Y , ,r, plenty on gfi 1V0 CLUTCH TD PRESS olet Compan