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February 11, 1941     Shelton Mason County Journal
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February 11, 1941

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S C A L E D, to Your Requirements 0 The prescription your physician writes for you is individual to you The ingre‘ clients are specified in quantities which his exper- ience indicates to be required by your case. It is important that they be weighed and measured with a b s o I Lit e accuracy—and they ARE when the prescription is compounded by us. Fir Drug Store w. fday for medical care. I I l .. l j av , admitted he ? bachelor.” l And so they go. l i turc divorcing it from the audi-. j' itor's office effective in 1939. l I I l lso Miss Engelsen‘s eleven years I : l , i PATIENT AT i i I RAYONIER MAN ILL I »_ Lowell Powell, Rayonier em-. jploye, was admitted to Shelton Ihospital Sunday for medical. {treatment _ Court Continuv-d Uni.- l'rom Page ‘ 51mm‘ii.t'"‘ii.m;.¥ One witness on' the stand, in a idamage suit, referred to “mag . lnetism" in his eyes, and anotherl was “practically a; ad infinitum,‘ making up quite collection of} , incidents over the eleven years; Miss Engr'lsen has presided OVCI‘I the clerk's office. She stepped in-, to the job on February 11, 1930, as deputy to the county auditor! Only for the. past two years has, the clerk been a county office in: its own right, the 1937 legisla—i To those eleven years since‘ ;February 11, 1930, Miss Engel-v sen has recorded 1165 civil andi criminal actions and 520 probate cases. Since county records were first begun only 30.12 civil and. criminal cases and 1465 probatcs have been filed in Mason County, have covered over one third of the actual actions of the office. HOSPITAL J. T. Kelly of Shelton was ad— mitted to Shelton hospital Satur- nu can make on the Ithe load would have to travel the . N F d h I .+ it] new or rig t new. 0U HAVE TO GET two things to complete a . Yreally good “deal” when you get a new car —- and your Ford dealer would like to have you try I him out on both! First, you want a good allowance for your present car —— and all he asks is a chance to make an offer! And next, you want a lot of value If the Whistletooters are on their toes, Vinia Hobbs must get a lot Iof chances from the free throw I l l I l ‘ed on the ‘plays against as a member of the :All-American Red Heads, th 0 s e ltouring queens of the basketball icourt who visit Shelton February I18. Miss Hobbs is a new member «of the Red Head team this year, fand one of its most attractive, 3too. She’ll be playing a part in lraising funds for the Railroad IAvenue beautification project ’sponsored by the Garden Club as half the net proceeds of the ex- hibition go to that fund. .10-Ton Head Rig Slips Off Trailer, Slows Up Traffic Traffic along the Olympic high- way was slowcd up for several ihours Sunday afternoon and eve- ning a mile north of the lYard highway junction when a huge piece of machinery, a head ,rig, weighing ten or twelve tons, lslid off the flat bed trailer on IWthh it was being transported ‘from the Rayonicr plant at Shel- 'ton to the Rayonier plant at Port Angeles. The big piece of machinr-ry had been loaded off center on the of the fact that iright side of the highway most of and rolled off the trailer to the [right side of the road and re- lquired the labor of several men ifor several hours before it could Ibe returned to the trailer, a Lasx Inot completed until sometime af— Iter dark. l Other traffic mishaps of the weekend were all of a very minor ynature. Cars driven by Milburn {Townsend and Charles Dahlman, lboth of Camp 3, collided at Sixth :and Alder street Sunday. Con- siderable damage to the Dahlman machine was reported, about $50 worth to the Townsend car. i Cars driven by Pat smith of iShelton and a Dr. Kuki of Ta- : coma collided at First and Frank- ;lin Sunday with $25 damage in- lflicted on Smith‘s car. Dr. Kuki’s ,damages were not listed. L. D. I Hack of Shelton and a Mr. VVardr~ ‘worth of Tacoma were involved in 1a collison near the airport Fri- day when the Tacoman tried to ipass the Shelton man’s car, ac~ cording to the report. Introductory T I Sale Now On At Jewelry Store With a special price Intro- duction Sale to clear stocks, now who has just taken over the jewel‘ lline after "holding" fouls are call-. masculine rivals she. Navy i the time, but it slipped its stays' in progress, Mr. Fred Beckwith,l SHELTON—MASON COUNTY JOURNAL nNiiicE SQUEEZE GROWS TlGllTER AS iowujgims WIN Paramount Takes Lead Despite Defeat; Launderors Eat I Steaks After Win (.‘I'I‘Y LEAGUE BOWLING W’. L. Pct. Paramount Theatre ..31 23 .574 g (lammaranos ............ ..30 24 .556 EDriskcl Hardware ......29 25 .537 I Pastime ..................... .27 27 .500 Ihlason Laundry ...... .27 27 .500 fWilson's Cafe .......... .25 29 .463 lAssociated ()il ....24» 30 .144 1.. M. ..................... .....23 51 .423 l 1 High Scores , Game Hank Durand 2/16. 1 Total—w l. H. \Voods 612. I Matches Friday 7 p. inerriskel vs. L. M., Ma- ; son Laundry vs. Pastime. I p.m.rr—Wilson‘s vs. Associated, Cams vs. Paramount. I Friday night’s sighting on the A :headpin served to return Para- : ‘mount Theatre to top place, tight~ ,.en up city bowlingr league stand- : lings, and win free midnight steak Idinners for members of the Mason vLaundry kegling crowd. Paramount backed onto the top. .rung by losing two games to Dris- I ’kel Hardware while their bedfel-l ,lows of last week, the Cams, let' all three decisions slip to the tailend Lumbermen's Mercantile. The L. M. win served to bring all eight league teams within an eight-game span, which at this ,stage of proceedings means that‘ all eight teams still are in the running for the crown. Now to those steaks. Mason Laundry must have been a hun- gry outfit and Sponsor I. H.: Woods hungriest of all for he1 shot a flashy 612 total to pace his lineup to a whitewash tri-' Iumph over Associated Oil in they .match the two teams stage each lyear with steak dinners as the prizes. The suds chasers dined at lmidnight at The Farm at the ex- pense 0f the Oilers. Another sponsor staged the. *‘follow me” trick Friday, too, for it was Walt Elliott Sr's sizzling I595 mark which sent the L. M. in ahead of the Cams. ‘ Anchorman Hank Durand did his bit, a 246 game and a 599 to- tal, but only managed to salvage one game for Paramount when} {his teammates flopped. Bud Mc- lGough picked up the important {pins for Driskel’s. ‘ Pastime clung to its first divis- Iion berth with an odd-game edge over Wilson's Cafe, thanks to Lee ,Friend‘s work and in spite of John ' ‘ tson’s 473. I‘Associated (0) Mason Ldy. (3) I Handicap 168, Handicap 117 ‘Cotterell 421 Dodds 585 . Clark 456lWoods 612 ’Reader 536 Dummy 477 Noblett 495IFunk 505 Daniels 588 A. Ferrier 549’ ‘909 893 862 2664954 937 954 2945 3L. M. (3) Cams (0) ‘ Handicap 72 Handicap 21 :Stewart 543lAronson ‘ 522 Mackey 472 Peterson 452 |Elliott, Jr. 512 Scott 484 ' ‘Elliott, Sr. 594,Merrick 569 I Carlson 511, Dummy 549 2868 959 877 2704 lParamount (I) l Handicap 168, 311 918 868 2597 Driskel’s (2) Handicap 174i gRobinson 494 W. Snelgrove 523 l Skelsey 517 Driskel 504 Smith 438 McGough 502 lMarshall 503 Baylcy 488 ', Durand 599IM. Fredson 542 l864 974. 881 27193902 881 950 2733 ‘Wilson’s (1) Pastime (12) I l Handicap 123: Handicap 147 'G. Tucker 4721Dotson 473 IJ. Miller 448§Friend 544 ,i i Fourre 493l Dummy 453 IT. Sergeant 449‘M. Ferricr 505 ,I Forbes 568 Staley 503 877 862 886 2625 I887 848 818 2553 I Water Bond Bids I Continued _from Page One {sewer connections was referred to [the sewer committee for action, land request by Charles Woodall, icity street sweeper, for an in- crease in salary from $75 to $90 per month was tabled until the next meeting. A street light be- !twecn Third and Fourth on Birch lstreets, recommended by the wa- ter committee, was approved/by the council. Traffic Signs Approved ‘ordinance committee's report on -Warren Hunter and Frank Beret' AMERICANISM WEEK PROCLAIMED WHEREAS, the people of this city, proud of the heritage of our forefathers who established this nation a sterling example of the principles of democratic government by, for, and of the peo- ple, are desirous of cxalting the spirit of true Americanism; NOW, THEREFORE, I, WILLIAM STEVEN- SON, Mayor of the City of Shelton, believing the aim to be a worthy one, do hereby proclaim the interim between the dates of Lincoln’s and Wash- ington’s birthdays, February 12 to 22, 1940, as “Americanism Week” and urge that every citizen, young and old give due consideration to his duties and privileges as such 1nd renew his pledge of allegiance to the princi- ples set forth in the Constitution of the United States of America. IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, [ have hereunto set my hand and caused to be affixed hereto the Seal of the City in the office of the Mayor this day. (Seal) WILLIAM STEVENSON, Mayor. l._________ Demolay Valentine i FILM SERVICE OFFERED ‘ With a, free enlargement cou- Ball Due Saturday; pon offered with each roll of film 5 developed, the Fir Drug Store will Those Who would Observe theioffer a special rate on film de- sentimentalities of Valentine’s Day; veloping as advertised in this in one of the most appropriatelnewspaper. According to R. E_ Grenberg, proprietor, persons us— manners have the De-‘Vlolay Val- entine dance to consider this com- i ing this film service have the WW- mg saturday evening“ Iilege of choosing their own nega- The tEFPSIChOI‘ea,“ eYent ded" tive to be enlarged, or may save cated to St. Valentine Will be held up coupons to have several en- in the Masonic Hall at Union this largements of the same picture. Saturday with music by Cliff Kel-‘l ___.___.___._ ly‘s popular Royal Blues orches- _ tra. ‘ Scouting supplements such ex- A committee composed of Jim iSting organizations well as the Nash, chairman, Clint Williams,lh0mev Churcn and SChOOL is making arrangements. ; I APPRAISERS APPOINTED A. L. Bell, M. C. Zintheo and W. A. Magoon were named as ap- praisers of the estate of the late Wanda Bogden by Judge John M.I Wilson in a superior court action Saturday. HOME LOANS O Convenient Terms 0 Reasonable Rates 0 NO DELAY CAMP MAN ADMITTED l H. A. Prente of Camp 3 was, admitted to Shelton hospital to-' day for medical attention. %_ I ROUTE MAN ILL ' Larry Oliver of Route 3 was ad- mitted to Shelton hospital today for treatment. I JAMES LYNN ILL James Lynn of Potlatch Route] was admitted for treatment today' at Shelton hospital. ' Mason County Savings & Loan Association Title Insurance Bldg. Men’s Tie Clasps, Bill Folds, Cigar- ette Cases 1/2 price - values Silver Bread Trays $3.50 values ......................... .. " r APPRAISERS NAMED I George Adams, F. H. Diem? and Phil C. Bayley were named] appraisers of the combined es-E tates of the late L. E. Hart and: John M. Wilson. _.-‘_'.._. ____~... .__.___.e_.a- L. Field Seeds Red Clover, 100-lb. I i lots .................. .. 18¢ English Rye ........ _. 15¢ (in quantity lots), I Italian Rye .......... .. 8¢ Timothy .............. ._ 10¢ Alsike Clover 21¢ .Ladino Clover .... __ 78¢ I in quantity lots.) An ex— ceptional grass for lowlands. Strawberry Clover 55¢ Seed Potatoes I Northwest grown—Irish Cob- bler, White Rose, Early Rose, earliest of all, and other varie- ties to choose from. Commercial FERTILIZERS and GOAT GU ANO a the 1.. n. HACK ., Silver Sandwich Trays $5.00 to $7.50 ................... ..now only. $3.00 Silver Sandwich Trays $3.50 to $4.50 values .................................. .. ................... ..now only. . 2.25 ................... .now only. . 1.75 Tuesday, Fe ruary 1 "March 1 next as the da Katharine S. Hart, Agate couple-‘spousc to have set .f ikilled in a December car accident. real estate and person 3at Deer Creek, in superior court I, from the estate of the .order signed Saturday by JudgeiRudd. in a. superior 9‘ last Saturday. O’Neill Bldg, Shelton, P one It’s High Time To Prepare Your Garden 0r Farnrfof You Can't Find More Dependable Seeds And Fertillz The Stocks We Offer—For Less! , ..,,_ at the n-‘the honc Were ye SPRAYERS and SPRAYING MATER For Fruit Trees, ESTATE HEARING John M. Judge ing‘ the petition of the HEADQUAniji at the OLYMPIA FEED co. \_ past ever-y 1 x":Sent, l.- ‘ program A Complete Line ,Y _ 8 Qti iii A Garden Se wan in packet lots and in: At Six Varieties of Peas ______ ._ 20¢ 2 for ................ .. 35¢ Blood Tested CHIX 12¢ each —— New Hampshire Reds, Plymouth i Rocks, Leghorns -A— R. I. Reds. Good Line of Feeders and Water Founts For Baby Chic Attention: YARD OWN We have a varilat , etc. . . ade 1 Pictures I is offi Placques Stock 01 Jewelry and Gifts , 931,0: MOttOfas Mr. Fred Beckwith has purchased the Jewelry and Gift Store 'f_ £35; 1/2 price formerly operated'by Mr. L. D. Hack, and is preparing to ref. digests model and move into larger quarters in the Maxwell Building 3&1; ,f "1 before March 1st. ‘ min ken . Pottery Glass Qfgrgé‘iuo c ta ra Leather—China This Stock Wlll Be / I wg’ 025;, Arm.“ Sacrificed For Qulck Sale 1/ o 8;; 1/2Dr1ce‘ /2 Elle: in your new car — and that means a Ford this year more clearly than ever before! !, ry store operated by L. D. Hack, signs necessary to aid in the en- announced today that he will move forcement of the new traffic or- to a new location as soon as itIdinance, the council authorized the Ladies Costume ......................................... ..now pnly. 2-50 This is the biggest Ford and biggest value in all I Ford history. Its passenger room exceeds anything 5 else in its field. Its soft and quiet new ride is one of ‘ the motor year’s most talked-about improvements. Its engine is a smooth V-S, which you enjoy at no i an extra gas or oil. And its bodies and Style are really new this year, all the way through. extra cost for either i is ready. The move is not a long one as the new “location is just next door, being half of the store for- .merly operated by John Rottle. However, increased floor space and window for display Imake it a more attractive and desirable location, Mr. Beckwith stated. Beckwith's introductory sale ’ ' If you re trading cars this year and want to be sure I means a great reduction in price you make the most of your trade . . . the man to see is your Ford dealer. Now is the ideal time. on many of. the beautiful and val- uable jewelry items in his store. :Price cuts as low as 50% are be- ‘ing‘ offered during this sale, in order that stocks may be reduced Ifor removal purposes. In addition to the merchandising {part of his new business, Mr. Beck— 'with is an experienced watch re- pairer and has had years of prac— atical experience in the repair of all fine jewelry. RECOVER-S FRO}! ATTACK See The New Fords At Al HUERBY MOTGRS Authorized Ford Dealers For Mason County lst & Pine—Shelton Don Smith of Smith’s Cigar Store recovered sufficiently from a severe heart attack last Thurs- day evening to be released from Shelton hospital to his home Sun- day. TRAINING Washington State college ROTC ‘officers will attend a senior ad- ‘vanced training camp at Fort ,Lewis, June 30 to July 31, ac- ! cording to word from ninth corps iarea headquarters at San Fran- } cisco. Attendance at the camp will lbe restricted to students consid— ered as candidates for commis- sions in the officers’ reserve corps. Phone 16 icommittee to purchase the neces— sary signs from the state peni- ltentiary and install them. I The park committee recommend- ed the appointment of Frank {Trainor as city park caretaker at .550 a month for three days per week work. I Bids were opened by the council ‘on the purchase of a police de- ;partment prowler ear and referred I to the police and license commit- tee for recommendation at the next meeting. Bids were sub- mitted by Mell Chevrolet at $782.40 and by Huerby Motors lat $900. A new ordinance, No. 332, pro- lciding for the calling of bids on ‘any purchase by the city amount— ling to $500 or more, was intro- duced and given first reading. Such a practice has been an un- written law in municipal affairs here for some time. Ordinance 331, providing for the issuance of the $50,000 water rev- enue bonds, given first reading, while Ordi- nance 330, emergency measure to cover the cost of the special elec- tion on the water bond measure last December, was given final passage, providing emergency funds to $170.05 to cover the election costs. Mayor Stevenson’s appointment of city officers were confirmed by the council. MILLMAN TREATED Rayonier Employe Frank ~Mc- Leod was admitted to Shelton hos- pital Monday for treatment. After hearing the police and was introduced and l Bracelets 1/3 price Many Other Arti- cles At Silver Bon Bon Dishes $3.00 values ............................. .. costume Jewelry values $1.00 to $2.00 ........ .. Large Stone Rings Groups of Unusual and Useful Pottery and Glass at only 1/3 to 1/4 off. in Shelton, and to have a film Accounts carrying over from the previous ......... ..,..........now only. . values to $2.50 .................... .. activities of this community where my motto shall be to merit your confidence. 4. g. flew Specializing In Watch Repairing &, Fine Jewelry ................... _.now only.. 1.50 f .50 now only.. 1.00 10c, 25c, and 35c All Hollow Silver Ware 1Azoff Gifts in It is my sincere Wish to establish myself and family part in the worthwhile-'7'" Ownership may be paid at store or to L. D. Hack in person. m