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DEFENSE } Seems as if that threat to ex— ipose a Hoquiam basketball play- ier‘s “ineligibility,” which this col~ 1umn mentioned a couple of weeks ago. will bear no fruit after all. , The threat was made by Aber- ldeen school officials and was 'learned here when Aberdeen play— ied the Highclimbers at the start iof the second half northern divis— iion prep schedule. l. \thn Hoquiam went to Olym- pia last Friday night Scribe the were‘ Dave Adams buttonholcd Griz— 6 2:15 P-mf f th 139 members and; Ely Coach Elmer Huhta to see and Sun", e°,%Ssociation making! what the score was in the mat- 10¢ and 25‘? hi%?J°yablc trip. ; 1c!- and here’s what DaVc dis- te 2¢; Fed mn‘ghts of the Port An- 1 covered from l-ieadman Huhta, _../ Us g were 3. showing of; as Dave recorded it in his pictu el'b Crisler colored} sports column in the daily Nlte a ares 0n the Olympic Olympian: ‘Qlynrlldfihe extensive ex- Mark it down that Hoquiam ejectplc Peninsula advor— ,will not be rocked out of the O n a: Carried out by the KNOX-them Division basketball Compiled by Vv'il- y, president of the AUE , (“smile is to be brought to March meeting of Of Com- 1RD G Rf.- ..AP Money trocarbonat‘ . Milk of M. .lu ‘ d I I; .tcky fellow made it >0 ---- " "alto sell through the is ........ .1 3 Want-Ads: Hepatlcaiax/ ibb Magnes‘l :pto Bismol": "nun >AIN R " cin Table“ er Aspirin )irin ComP'. hind in Typing mo Seltzer " 51.00 Quail!)l BRIAE L PIPE eet Smoker .ly Broken and kgs.—30¢ V APLETO ‘OBAC ‘ ‘ ‘01. _ _ _ _ . 1» A \, 57¢: lalt Comd lalt Comd- kt vice in’d found“ Expert P2 are ready, complete to attention' I. Your Child Typewriter $3.00 m0. » First two months rental may be applied on purchase price of machine. he iounn ._ 32:. ‘ Will/ELL. WHAT HAVE 4-: HERE, ATANK? championship for violation of eli- gibility rules, as some sports writers have hinted. The case at point will not even be referred to the State {associa- ‘tion during this season f0 ruling, according to Elmer Huhta, coach, for two good reasons: i 1. There isn‘t a legitimate cause for complaint against Walt John- son, the alleged violator. 2. If Aberdeen High School, :which raised the question, push— .es it, Hoquiam will launch a coun- lter—attack involving an Aberdeen 'player on which it has the real goods. The state ruling Is that a member of a high schOOI ath- letic team cannot play during the same season on another or- : ganized team. Here’s the Johnson incident as explained by Coach Huhta: A Saturday afternoon, a week after the first Hoquiam-Olympia game, Johnson and some youthful friends gathered in the Hoquiam YMCA as basketbaleinded Ho- quiam youths have done for 10 these many years. There were some of the Ho- quiam football fellows and some . former high school athletes on I hand. They chose Sides for a basketball scrimmage. 1' Because a couple of the boys lplayed on one of the commercial lteams in town, the side on which :they played used the name of the [commercial team. The other side Egave itself a humorous moniker :for the purpose of identification. EThe contest waged on and on, iwithout regard for fouls, time or ,empty woodboxes at home. They lplayed something like 20 minute iquarters, so the contest was in the ; ,class of a marathon. One of the [boys went on such a scoring spree :t‘he others thought his achieve- l l ling it out aplenty. She looked to .b0 the best player on the Red 3, ,Head squad. ‘1 Maybe the present Red Head 0 Rent a Rants _,'tion with more seasoning, : maybe it already is and just had 18. THAT’S 5000.7 . HAW HAW —-6’WAN . By BILL DICKIE cine o” “m” Fments should be publicized. They- took the story to the newspaper, with lineups. Walt Johnson‘s name appeared. The records show lthat the game was entirely un— scheduled, the tcams not at all organized as one normally inter— prets the meaning of the word. Walt completed his athletic career at midterm. Huhta has forgot— 1ten the incident, but would not object to a clarification of the point sometime later. “If Walt violated the eligibility ‘ruling I do not believe there is a ‘high school in the state, located ‘in a YMCA city but which would ‘have players similarly involved," Huhta concluded. IRED BEADED ROOKIES If Bernie Cowden, manager of the All—American Red Heads, was ltelling the straight goods, every- Ione of those auburn tresscd femi— nine athletes you saw in Lincoln ~gym Tuesday eve are still in the Irookie class. The team is entirely different from the one which played here two years ago, and considerably “less capable, if the exhibition of Tuesday night was a true criter- ion of the present team’s ability. Bety Lively, prettiest of the 1 group, is only 17 years old, Cow- den claimed. Three, others are playing their first season with the Red Heads, leaving only three of last year’s team with the present group and none of ! them were on the 1939 squad. Cowden claimed the Red Heads suffered off night in their Tues— day appearance here, which may ,havc been true as the girls did show a pretty fair knowledge of (fundamentals, particularly on 3 blocks to break a player Open for a set shot. However, the shoot- ers couldn’t cash in on their opportunities and when, a team that uses set-shots plays is off it usually looks bad. The Red Heads were making their blocks stick nicely for the Pirate players were no little confused on any number of de- fensivo occasions and the Red Heads would have scored many more points had they been up to good shooting form. I As it was, though, the Pirates lhad to coast to keep the score lreasonably close, which was in de- l l l l l ithe Red Heads played here, in Iwhich they whipped the local lads by a 32 to 29 margin. Tuesday, ithe truth of the matter is, _. poured it on. lRed Heads roughed it up with their . masculine opponents. made a real hit with the fans, part Cherokee Indian blood, dish— club will turn out to be the equal or superior Of the 1939 aggrega- a bad night Tuesday as Cowden cations that the girls of this squad have some basketball savvy, all right. UNHAPPY MEETING Carl Jensen and Mel Decker met for the first time in some four or ‘.five years Friday but it was hard— i vly a happy occasion for either. Mel returned to consciousness after the car in which he was riding had been practically de- molished in an accident to find, Jonson administering first aid to him in the middle of the Tacoma—Seattle highway. Carl, now coaching Highline I junior high basketball, was taking his team to a game in a school bus when the accident occurred A and he was the first man to reach the two wrecked cars. He was giving Decker first aid when the i lShelton man “came to." The last I .\\ §HOOT ME ONCE "UNTIL YOU 0‘ SEWANLZAQS 'cided contrast to the last game the IPirates could have won: by about any margin they wished had they i The saving grace 10f the exhibition was the way the It with hook—nosed Miss Daniel, of ‘ l I I SHE L’l‘ONflASON .HlGHCLlMBERS HIT I NEW DEPTl-lS ,FAIL TO GET FIELD GOAL! Shelton Sets Second Record of: Season in 41 to 6 Loss At Monte Last Night NORTHERN DIVISION w L PF PA! Hoquiam ............ _. 8 o 290 179 Aberdeen ., 7 2 341 191 Raymond ., _ 5 4 325 284' Olympia _ 4 4 291 257 l Elma ....... .. 3 6 211 268‘ Montesano 2 7 235 314| Shelton ................ _. 1 7 130 321 Latest Scores i Montesano 41, Shelton 6 Aberdeen 46, Raymond 33 Hoquiam 42, Elma 13 Games Friday Raymond at Shelton Hoquiam at Aberdeen Olympia at Elma i l l Last night’s score for the High-l climbers represents the lowest point total a northern division, team has ever recorded in a full, game and also marks the first! time a northern division team hasl gone a full game without scoring a field goal. Earlier in the year, in the op- ening conference game against. Aberdeen, the Highclimbers set a; new conference record for margin of defeat in a 60 to 12 loss to the Bobcats, the Aberdeen total being the highest ever recorded by a northern division club, later tied by Hoquiam against Montesano. And It Didn’t Count The only time in the entire con- test last night when a Shelton Hitting new depths of futility, I the Shelton Highclimbers estab— lished their second “record” per- ; formance Of the current prep bas- ketball season when they went the full 32 minute distance without scoring a field goal last night at Montesano as they lost a 41 to 6 northern division game to the Bulldogs. after 3. held ball had been called, so it didn‘t count. Jim Rose did the trick. ,Otherwise the Highclimber scoring was entirely from the free throw line, two coming in the first period, one in the second, none whatever in the third, and three in the fourth. The quarterly scores were 5 to 2, 14 to 3, 30 to 3, and 41 to 6. Part of the Highclimber diffi- culty was a zealous thrown up around their basket by the Bulldogs, who didn’t let the Shelton lads, get in close for a cripple all game, the other part of l l l l l l l frigidness on their shots. There might as well have been a lid ov- er the hoops for all the good they were to the Red and Black. Raymond Due Friday The scrap was rough with each‘ steam drawing 16 personal fouls, i which was only a portion Of those I committed. The Bulldog reserves made it a . clean sweep for the home forces an d bv winning the preliminary, 28 to i i This Friday evening Raymond claims, for there were some indi- ! visits Lincoln gym with either they l Seagulls or the Highclimbers due I to break extended losing streaks. l’l‘he Gulls suffered their fourth i setback in a row Tuesday at the hands of Aberdeen, while Shelton has lost six consecutive confer- j‘ence games‘- after ending a 26- } game losing streak with a victory lover Montesano here a month I ago. FIRST TEAMS :Montcsano (41) Shelton (6) .Drugge 14 .... ..F‘ ........ ..Lumsden 1 Best 5 ..... .. Fredson '1 lMoore 6 ....... .. Eddy 1 iReed 5 ..G .......... .. Woods 1 iCrisp 2 .... ..B ....... .. McComb 1 Subs: Monte Gallagher 8, iHeikkenen 1, Thompson. Shelton f—Valley 2, Loop, Dickenson, Phil- lips, Rose. l SECOND TEAMS iMontesano (28) Shelton (18) Heikkenen 9 ...... .. S. Wilson 6 Costello 2 ...... ..F ,,,,,,,,,, ,_ ,Klink Smith 4 _ Clothier 4 iR. Wilson 6 Chase, 5 Gershak 1 .... ..G ............ .. Pierce 3 Subs: Monte D. . Gallagher, iHastings, Koski 4, Whipple 2, D. Reid. Shelton~Trotterg Page and Coburn. . E HOQUIAM DR’U BSHELM‘A ‘WITHOUT TROUBLE, 42-13 Hoquiam, February 18 __ Ho- quiam sailed along undefeated in eight northern division starts with an easy .42 to 13,. Victory, over eight northern division starts with an easy 42 to 13 victory over an outclassed Elma. five here last night. Towering Walt Haney can- ned five field shots and a foul for scoring honors. Hoquiam (42) Elma .(13) Stubberfield 7 F ...... .. Anderson 4 Wayman 6 .... .... .. Jasper 3 Haney 11 ...... ..C ............ .. Metzger Graham 2 ...... ..G ........ .. Winders 4 Ridden ............ ..G ................ .. Grass Subs: Hoquiam —— Wittren 4. :Clubb, Clayton 8, Tokas 3, Siden 1. Elma—Boyd 2, Cameron. RAYMOND SUFFERS 4th STRAIGHT LOSS, 45-33 Raymond, February 19_Ray- mond’s once title-contending Sea- gulls were plucked for the fourth straight time and had only pin- feathers left after Aberdeen came itime the two had seen each other was when they were playing city league basketball here four or five years ago when Carl was teaching and coaching at Shelton junior high. l l player dumped the leather thrul the ring from the field was late‘ in the fourth quarter a momentl defense ‘ the story was the Highclimbers’, COUNTY J OURNAL 'vvvvvvvvvvvmvvvvvvv ' Real Estate AAAAAAMA “A” FOR SALE: 8 lots, 24 to 31, Block 10, Lakewood Plat J, on Lake Deborah, near Allyn. Small , bunch of timber on lots. Write to Mrs. Z. M. Coppock, 4th Ave- , nue at Virginia Street, Seattle, Washington. L—2-20-25—27. BEST BUYS WATERFRONT—. Puget Sound Home sites acre- age Arcadia Road. Trade land for slashing. E. A. Carr, Des' Moines, Wash. 2-11--3-6——8t.j FOR SALE: 3—1‘Oom house with bath and full basement, 34 acre; ground, Ten minutes walk from‘ mills. Reasonable. G. Hokanson, RFD. NO. 1, Box 88, Manette,\ Washington 1~21-2-20—1M . FOR SALE 3 acres of property on the Bay about 4 miles from Shelton, has 175 feet of waterfront and 1,900 feet deep to the road. Spring runs through the property and there is lots of nice timber and] wood. This is about the last piece of waterfront property oni the Bay close in and is well! worth the price of $1075. Some; terms. 3—4——4t. :g: :3: a 3 room modern home with large unfinished upstairs. Excellent finish inside. Best view lot in Walker Park. This will make a fine suburban home close in. Priced at $1,600.00. :5 :2: a room house with lot close in.l Nice place for a bachelor. Terms $365.00. l room house with brick chimney,l cement basemept and foundao tions. Good garage and wood— shed, well and small spring run— * ning through property. About l/z acre good ground mostly cleared. Property is all fenced. A good buy; at $475.00. Terms. | 1 HERBERT G. ANGLE I Lumbermen’s Mere. CO. FOR SALE: on the Dayton road,E 40 acres, 2 acres cleared, 4-roomI See Shick and George, 124 No. First Street. 2-18-20—2t.f FOR SALE: 5 room modernl house, full basement, furance, hardwood floors. See it at 810 Fairmont. Clinton Okerstrom. vavvvvvvvvvvv vvvvvvvv Lost and Found I l 2-18-20—2t. i ‘FOUND: keys and container onl house newly built. Easy terms. I» Lost Lake Route. Owner identi- , fy and pay for this ad. scores of your friends Complete what you have to sell always helps. Knight Owls In 7th Consecutive Tri-County TRl-COUNTY LEAGUE I i I W L Pct. Moclips ...................... _. 8 0 1.000 Ocosta __________ . 6 2 .750 North River .. __ 3 4 .429 Wishkah ...... .. . 3 4 .429 Quinault __ 1 4 .200 Matlock ...................... .. O 7 Latest Scores Moclips 36, Knight 9 Wishkah 33, Knight 15 Wishkah 21, North River 20 Ocosta 32, Quinault 15 Seven straight defeats were marked up on the Mary M. Knight Owls’ Tri—County league basket— ball record after two engagements with the enemy last week. , The leading Moclips Crabs ad- ministered a 36 to 9 whipping With Mctcalf and R. Berquist do- ing the heavy scoring, while Wish- kaii chalked up its second victory of the week with a 33 to 15 tri- umph over the Owls. The lineups: Moclips (36) (9) Knight Metcalf 10 .... ..F .......... ,. Hunter 2 Subs: Moclips—Rickert 4, Sleas- Beerbower 5 W ishkah—Spaur, Peter— Andcrton9 ____ ..G .... .. Subs: rock 2. Character development\is the real objective of the Boy Scout Movement. Every step in the Scout prggram is but a means to this en . here to administer a sound 46 to 33 defeat to Skip Louderback‘s forces last night. The Gulls hope to untrack them— eI‘S. Nicholas .... Plato 6 SliVa 7 __________ . Karlis 2 Bowley 8 ...... Gacek 5 Subs: Aberdeen —— Boettcher‘. Goldstein 11, Underwood, Per- cmi. Raymond, DeForest, Hoffcr 7, B. Ponzola 1. H. Bergquist 2 Price R.» B’rquist 10 C Valley- Ncwlun 1 .... ..G Beerbowerl Armstrong .... ..G ...... .. Rothrock 3 Knight—~»White 1, Price 3, Roth-I J —2-18-20-25——3t ‘ n l ,JOURNAL Want Ads are used by; p and' neighbors with great success! information a b O u t l i i l I you. i l l l l l l l l I l l l l l I l i ! I l . l l l l .9 ________._.———— JOURNAL WANT A “moo-.4... Classified Service I $100 REWARD For information leading to the ; arrest and conviction of anyone stealing gas, tools or equipment or molesting property of Don McKay. .- 2-11—13-18-20A—4t. It‘s Fiesta Time at Shelton Electric CO. Featuring the Beautiful FIESTA WARE In 5 lovely colors, Green, Yellow, and Blue, Red. Old Ivory OFF YOUR FEED? See your Doctor—have your prescriptions filled at— FIR DRUG STORE l l SAVE $10 New Royal Vacuum Sweeper with motor driven brush and attachments '— complete for only—— $29.95 limited time Olsen Furniture CO. I l IT’S HERE America‘s Most Sensational MATTRESS SALE Serta 12th Anniversary TUFT LESS MATTRESS Now only $19.95 During February ~— See it Tomorrow MILL WOOD One Cord $4.50 ? Double Load (2 cords) $8.50 PHONE 38-J SAVE NOW Special Prices on ' SEWING MACHINES SINGER SHOP \ 125 SO. 4th, Shelton LARGE SIZE Duplicating SALES BOOKS 5¢ Each. or, 55¢ per dozen of special— PRINTED SALES BOOKS 'Our prices are as; low or lower than outside salesmen can quote THE JOURNAL We also take orders for all kinds 'oooi Junior High Goes To Centralia Saturday With ' Centralia this Saturday for basketball doublebill starting next their regular iCoach Hugh Clark, at the skipper, helm again, Shelton junior high goes to its competition, al at two o‘clock. The junior high is still seeking .its first victory of the season. The other two school teams here are one up on the juniors, for the l Highclimber varsity and :reserve teams have each posted one win this year. Tides of the Week Computed for Oakland Bay (Hood Canal tides are one hour & 55 minutes earlier) man 2, Ferguson 5, VanRooy 2,;Fri KoOntz. Mary Knight—Davis 1, F913 21 Dale : Wihkah (33) (15) Knight Keitel 4 ........ .............. .. Hunter! Johnson 2 ...... ..F . Townsend Sat D. Peterson 6 C... . Valley 4iFeb 22 Hay 4 ............ Lonsbery' son 4. Van Orsdal4, Simons. Mary, Sun Feb 23 Mon Feb 24 Tues l Feb 25 selves at Shelton Friday WheniWed they meet the tailend Hig’hciimb-lFeb 26 Thurs Aberdeen" (46) Raymond (33) Bezer 12 ...... ..F .......... .. Rubstello; Johnson .......... . Miller 12 Feb 27 Fri Feb 28 High 3:56 am. Low 9:08 am. High 2:09 pm. Low 9:34 p.m. High 4:55 am. Low 10:21 am. High 3:19 p.m. Low 10:28 p.m. High 5:42 a.m. Low 11:17 am. High 4:22 p.m. Low 11:15 p.m. High 6:20 a.m. Low 12:01 pm. High 5:16 p.m. Low 11:56 p.m. High 6:53 am. Low 12:39 am. High 6:02 p.m. Low -:34 am. High 7:21 am. Low 1:13 p.m. High 6:46 p.m. Low- 1:10 a.m. High 7:46 a.m. Low 1:47 p.m. High 7:27 p.m. Low 1:45 am. High 8:10 a.m. Low 2:224 p.m. High 8109 p.m. 13.4 6.9 13.0 -0.1 H 3“ H mmb 64m» bub owwh bwmm home one 0-H H L. *3“? “it”m PNSW‘ 0399‘?“ +4 HH H H H H I ... swrr wwco w Gil-4'90} (O H ft ft fl: ft ft ft ft ft ft ft' ft ft ft. ft ft 11; ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft l l l l 1 l l i I ' I For Rent i AA“ “M M‘ u“‘.m.‘ “A } FURNISHED APARTMENTS fori rent (2 and 3 rooms). Good 10- i cation. Very reasonable. Golds-i borough Apts, Second and Knee-I land Streets, Shelton. 5-7-tf.l FOR RENT: furnished three rooml apartments. Mill Street Apart-' ments. Phone 259-M. C-1-13-c., FOR RENT: 3 ‘room furnished; apartment with private bathw Call at 323 North Fourth. , D—2—18-20v25—3t. HOUSE FOR RENT: Mrs. H. H. Crary. phone 285-W. 2-18-20--2t 'VVVV "m vvmvvm‘ 1 Wanted .‘ AWAAM‘ANA“ “‘ , WANTED: large pieces clean cot- ton rags with all buttons and, snaps removed. No curtains oi" outing flannel or knit wear. i l Page li‘i v0 DS ___._.____._.___..____ w..___._._- . RATES On Classified Advertisements 10 cents a line (5 words) first insertion, 5c a line each subse- quent insertion. Mini mum charge 300. Classified advertisements ac- cepted over the telephone from phone subscribers. Cash should accompany all other orders or payment made before the first of the month to» save expense of billing. An extra charge of ICC will be made when billing'ls necessary. Card of thanks 500. Classified Display Rates on Request. i vvvvvvvvm" WV "m For Sale ; MAAL‘AA“A‘AAMAA“M FOR SALE: Electrolux cleaners. New machines as low as $49.50. For sales, service and supplies Journal Office. 1-16—-tf. call or write Jack Manley, “— d 't, W sh. 2-6-—3—5-—1M WANTED: lady for housework.i_foo 5pm 3 ___.____._ Phone 112-J between 9 and SlFOR SALE: SOLOVOX repro- o'clock. S—2-4--tf duces tones of all instruments, WANTED: room and board for two small children while mow ther works. Call 385 evenings. l K—~2-13-18-20~—3t. | WANTED: waitress, steady work” must be single, no experience necessary. Heinie's Lunch, 126i can be used with a piano or separately. Cost $190.00 new, used a few times. Priced at $110.00 cash. Call at Journal. 3 FOR SALE: practically new white incinerator with coils. Phone 77-J. W—2-18-20-2t NEARLY NEW SAIL BOAT, cen— Cota. 2-18--tf. l ___._________._._.I— for board, cheap for cash. Com- VVAIV'I‘EDZ VVOmIin 01' girl 101'. pletc equipment. McHem-y, Un- general housework. Phone 490., ion. 2-18—20A2t. C ~r2-20 1t.i ~~— — 'WRECKING large building at , Hoodsport 50,000 feet lumber, w ‘ doors, windows, pipe, 5 bath ' tubs, wash basins. Good used “A-M-AAAAAMWAAA‘ c-A, flooring. Mr. Lavender, phone $10.00 REWARD for information' Z-W. Hoodsimt- 2-18-20‘772t- on theft of pink Camelia bush? from 2nd and Grove Sts., Shel-l ton. VV. C. Bartlett. 2—20—~»1t. RADIOS 2 Stewart-Warner table model radios. Slightly used as dem— onstrators. Regular $19.95— NOVV $14.50. Olsen Furniture CO. BUY Nursery; stock direct from grower. Largest nursery in southwest Washington. Cammel-i lias, Daphnes, Rhododendrons and all the best varieties ofl shrubs and trees. ' ALBERT NURSERY l 5 Miles from Olympia, I at South Bay 1-28--2-2579t. ARE YOU SICK? See your Doctor—have your prescriptions filled at — FIR DRUG STORE i l l i i l l Mason County Maps LARGE Mason County Township maps $1.00. Olympic Peninsula, Puget Sound Country and State 50c to $1.00.l The Journal l l I TO EVERETT Mrs. Mae Burgess and son Bus- ter of Hillcrest, made the trip to Everett Saturday returning home Sunday evening. Mrs. Burgess’ daughter Mrs. Arthur McLaugh- lm and daughter Marjeanne of Everett, returned with them and will spend several days visiting in this city. l i ll LEGAL PUBLICATIONS i, SHELTON CEMETERY ' ASSOCIATION, ANNUAL , MEETING Notice is hereby given that the annual meeting of the Shelton I Cemetery Association will be held gat Mason County Court, House, iFebruary 25th, 1941 at 7:30 p. m. ]for the purpose of electing offi- cers and for such other business as may come before the meeting. I W. A. WITSIERS, President. MRS. EDITH F. MATHEWSON, Secretary. 2-20--1t NOTICE OF TEACHERS EXAMINATION S . The annual teachers’ examina-' tions will be held this year on ,March 1, 1941, at 10 a. m., in the ]office of the county school su- perintendent in the courthouse at I Shelton, Wash. J. E. MARTIN, County Su erint nd 2-13-20m2t. p 6 mt' No. 3935. x. .. . surm- e upe or, our: of th of Washington for Mason 80:33; LOLA M. PERKINS, Plaintiff vs cumin) L, l’ICRKlNS, Defendant: STAIL 0F “L\SlIll\'(l’l‘(‘)N to Ger- conip'lamt ol' the plaintiff Lula Al. iPcrkins, and serve a. copy of your answer upon the undersigned at- torney for plaintiff at his office ad- dress below stated. and in case of Your failure so to do, judgment will be rendered against you according Ito ‘the demand of the complaint \\'thh has been filed with the Clerk of said court. FOR SALE: electric separatOr for four or five cows, cheap. S. W. Cross M. R. Phone 14-F-13. 2—18-20—-2t FOR SALE: Jersey heifer fresh in March $60.00. Cow fresh in August $55.00. Also 10 months old heifer. K. V. Collins, Mill Creek Road. 2-13-18~-20-25——4t FOR SALE: V'V'wmv'rvvv Vm‘ "'1‘ ‘ “MAMA-LAM“ MA“. I Also maps ofi aldy L. Perkins. Defendant: Sou are. hereby summoned to ap- pear within 3 '1y (60) days Ol‘ll‘l' date oi the first publication of this summons, to wit within sixtv davs alter the 30th day of .l:,in., ill-ll Ill-1d defend the above ('lllillztd aciidn -in~ the court al'orvsaid and answer the: The object of this action on the part of. the plaintiff is to secure a divorce from the defendant. J. \V. GRAHAM, for Plaintiff. Office Address, Suits 5 Covey Bldg., Shelton, “'ush. 2-6-13-20—27. 3-6-13—7t. Attorney 1-30. 15 ton clover hay, $15.00 ton. Nalley’s Ranch, Sko- komish Reservation. L—2-18-20—-2t FOR SALE CHEAP: home light- ing plant 32 volt 750 watt Del- co; 32 volt radio; and two 32- volt motors. Nels C. Nelson, Matlock. 2-18-2‘7—41: USED FURNITURE Ranges, beds, springs, wash- ing machines, tables, chairs,= cribs, etc. Olsen Furniture CO. PROFESSIONAL CARDS ALDEN C. BAYLEY i ATTORNEY AT LAW Title Insurance Building 1 Opposite First National Bank l Phone 23 Shelton ——.p INSURANCE HERBERT G. ANGLE ‘ Office at Angle Building ELLIOT B. SPRING Accounting Tax Services Bookkeeping Systems 128 4th St. Phone 565 WITSIERS , FUNERAL HOME Licensed Embalmers W. A. Witsiers, Prop. Phone 180 ~ Shelton. Wash. MT. MORIAH LODGE No. 11 F.&A.M. Next Regular Communication MARCH 8 M. H. NEEDHAM WOI'shipful Master J. L. CATTO, Secretary. No. 1400. NOTICE To CREDITOBS. In the Superior (Your: Slate of Wash- ington for Mason County. In the matter of the estate Of Hazel E. Sapkrider. Deceased. Notice is hereby given that the un— der-Signed, H. S. Sackrider, has been appmnted and has qualified as ex- ecutor of the estate of Hazel E. Sack- rider, deceased; that all persons hav~ mg claims against said deceased are hereby required to serve the same, duly verified, on said H. S. Sackrider, at his residence in Mason County, \Vashington. addrch is R.F.D. Num- ber 1, El ma. W'ashington, or upon Frank Groundwater, attorney of rec- ord ior said (estate. at his Office, 107 Fourth Strevl, Elma, Washington. and. file the saint with the Clerk of said} Court, together with proof of such' sorvxce. within six months aftei the date of the first publication of this notice, which is February 6th, 1941, or the same :‘hull be. barred. Date of First Publication February 6th. 1941. ‘ Date of last publication February 27th, 1941. H. S. SACKRIDER. Executor of said estate» ADDRESS: R.I".D‘. No. 1, Elma, \Vash. FRANK GROUNDWATER. Attorney for estate, Elma, Washington. 2-6-13-20-27W4t. i