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Turn any hear, 2 Hosp! Id.‘;d the glitcr of 1111' of Sh months ‘ 13; at Shel ungstcr 21. April 20, Couple .2 1 After- IVIX'S. C. ( leaving t . Iichigan t0 Icw car i, :hcn will ‘7 sland, Ncb' 'ish to Sell? )urnal W, 1 Enjoy , . Ie him i, Singe of Seat mg and it c” J fiiebear to part from ght n for a few hours, M-fi'y this stunt, sug— egéon M. Routt, Chi- t te dealer. Routt -.°y Boston terrier, 'i . .8“: 31336181 rumble seat _ NO his overcoat. w fellow made it 36" through the -.W3nt-Adsl 00.0.9 is VVaterp ac-tic Reg' 1 :hes ______ 5 Miracle ac-tic .... .- 'Iagnesia iismol If Prescri P a? It-—nD‘ ifs your f Wily. February 27, I _‘Yogr Child‘ ‘ hind in Typing Rent a Typewriter $3.00 mo. First two months rental may be applied on purchase price of machine. the JOURNAL 1941‘. I you‘cA‘N'T SELL “chili.” yo i‘jIIon A BUYER! usewgners Alice Marble Hits Golden Trail Blazed by Lenglen BY ART BRONSON DOWN the sports trail: Alice Marble, the tennis honey who turned professional, is the first feminine star of any importance to hit the golden trail since Su- zanne Lenglen’s tour in 1926. . . . La Marble; unbeaten as an amateur in 1939 and 1940, is gen- erally recognized as one of the greatest stars of all time. . . Plays a real man’s game, charg- ing to the net whenever her pow- erful ground strokes set up a finishing volley. . . . According to big Bill Tilden, the dean of ’em all, Lenglen would have had more trouble with Helen Wills, a deep, flat hitter, than with Marble, a volleyer. * * a't =3 ORSEY motif: Detroit bowler has adopted a pair of “blinkers” to wear on his eyes. . . . A “spot” bowler, he says they prevent distraction. . . . One-Eye Connally is hitting the west coast “roast beef” trail, telling the boys how he crashed the Rose Bowl gate. . Co- lumbus, 0., judge recently fined an Ohio State fan $25 and costs for striking a Michigan rooter during the 1940 State-Michigan game. . . . This despite the fact that the Michigan man’s four sons pitched in and evened the score. . . Every [member of the unbeaten Piedmont, Calif., high school eleven plans to enter Stanford next fall. . . . it: ’1‘ s: FROM this corner Patrick Ed— ward Comiskey lookslike an— other willing boy who got a bum’s rush from the fight crowd. . . At 20, he is virtually a has- bcen. And all Lou means to Uncle Mike Jacobs is another headache, for the box— ing fans iwon’t stomach a side- track to the California Adonis. OHNNY BULLA, with his cheap golf ball, may precip- itate an industrial crisis. . . ‘. Challedon will lug 132 pounds in the $50,000 added Widener Stake at Hialeah on March 1. Nova / Alice Marble . . . first star since Suzanne Lcnglen to hit pro trail. . Akron bowler hammered an 817 series recently with 31 strikes and four spares in three games. Ernest Stewart of the American Association, and Art Pasarrella of the Texas League join the American League umpiring staff this sea- son. . Craig Wood believes the missed putt is the phoniest alibi in golf. . Insists no one can be consistently unfortunate on 18 greens and says too many 19th hole orators forget about dubbed wood and iron shots. Haroli‘ W. aiid Louise "KT‘S‘mfth, ‘25? A‘bcr'i deen, at Shelton, February 27. Kenneth H. Schut, 22, and Nancy V. Smith, 19, both of Aberdeen,I at Shelton, I stand lICENSES Miller, February 27. Homer Reynolds, 28, and Beulah ,Vig, 23, both of Shelton at Shel- p , _ton, February 26. -_.._._‘ -— 24; Raymond, L ——..__.__. .tion will be continued on .modern in its equipi’.‘1cnt. irof its employees have been Port Gamble with their families 'iPort Gamble Mill I I I Being: Dismantled ‘ «Bremerwrgw-Janw -..~—-—,. Dis~ imantling of “a portion of the Pope Iand, Talbot Lumber company saw- ‘mill has caused the layoff of be- tween 130 and 140 men in the lpast month. Before the force reduction about 500 men had been , employed there almost as far back {as old-timers can remember: The, layoff of men will cause resettle- rrent of families, as many are {Ling employed at the Puget Sound navy yard. The Pope and Talbot company is building a new mill on the Columbia river, where they have large standing timber V holdings. I The mill at Port Gamble is the - oldest on Puget Sound being es- t». Itablished first in 1852 and from . small beginning and many chang— er with her moth costs assessed by Justice Zintheo ’I es through the years was until, er' Mrs‘ W‘ R, twenty years ago, still the largest production sawmill. During most of the ninety years, through good times and bad, the mill has stead« ‘ily operated in more or less cap— acity, until most of the timber holdings in this region have been cut out, and now the process of share 01' the logs cut during most. ; ldismantlin under way. A good; of its life come from Hood Canal and Mason County, and the opera— a sim- ilar scale for some years ahead, although the mill is far from Many at for a generation, and will hate to IPUH up stakes to find jobs else- l where. _ ’11.... . . U Hoodsport Folk Witness Plane’s I Crash Into Canal! By Betty McKicl i Hoodsport, February 26 ~— On’ Vv'odnesday evening, February 19,} the Hood Canal Juniors met in; the Hoodsport gym for a social; evening of badminton and ping pong. No business meeting was 'held, but the coming carnival, set, for Friday evening, March 21st,] was widely discussed. Committees have been appointed for advertis- ing, building booths and decorat- ing and the girls have been se- lected for running the different booths. The next will be a busi- ness meeting, which will be held at the Goodpaster home on Tues— day evening, March 4th, when Mrs. E. C. Rcibow will be present and talk to us. Lunch, consisting of hot dogs and coffee, was served by ‘Inez Lindenberg and Mrs. Claude W'ood at the close of the evening.‘ A great deal of excitement was 'causcd in Hoodsport on Monday and Tuesday by the crash of an airplane into the canal directly across from Hoodsport. It happen- ed about five o’clock Monday eve- Ining and with Sanford’s shrimp boat, they dragged the canal Mon- day night and Tuesday, when tth plane. containing the body of ICharles Stevens, pilot, of Bremer- iton, was dragged to shore. . The “Hood Canal Boat Works" under the management of Darrel ‘Kcnneth and BobBleeker opened; for business officially Monday.“ ’with headquarters in Bud Conan’sI house on the north end of town. On Saturday and Sunday Mr.! and Mrs. Maurice Kaare entertain- cd Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Smith! and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Boarden' ,and son, Bobby, who Wore also Ie‘ucsts of Mr. and Mrs.‘l\/l. D. Beardcn of I’lillcreck. The visit- OI‘S were all from Seattle. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Anderson, who were visiting their son and} family, Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Ander— 3 Iron of Hoodsport, left Tuesday for lof Hoodsport, left Tuesday for [their home in Hector, Minnesota, Iafter a month’s visit. I Mr. and Mrs. Pat Dubey of ’Brooklyn and Mr. and Mrs.aJack lBowles of Olympia, were weekend l l l Izuests of Mr. said Mrs. Tommy Bowles. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Lundgren !moved last Saturday to Vancouv— ier, Washington, where he will be icmployed in an aluminum plant. Mr. and Mrs. Gerry Lunt and. ,children of Port Angeles spent ISaturday and Sunday with his“ parents, Mr. and Mrs. Will Lunt. . Dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Dickinson on" Saturday eve- ning were Mr. and Mrs. Ross. VVil- liams, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Dickin— ,son, and Mr. and Mrs. Wally An- , derson. ‘ I Mrs. Matt Kaare has been sick. ‘nnd in bed for almost two weeksi ,now. She is now able to sit u [about an hour each day. I I Lee Dickinson, Rick Pierce, Pen—l ny Reed and Bob .Lockwood. snént Saturday and Sunday skiing; at Mount Rainier. i. 1 Mr. and Mrs. Arlie Noble of, Shelton .and Port Angeles, are Inow hung at Horseshoe Camp. near Hoodsport. She was the for— ,mer Margaret Stevens of Shelton. Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Gibson and daughters of Port Angeles, togeth~ ‘MacDonald. spent Saturday and‘ .Sunday Visiting relatives in Port- i 13nd, Oregon. ‘ .Gordon Dickinson is due to ar- inve in Seattle this week on the MLS. Washington Express, on wnich .he has been working the' past Six weeks. He will be met’ I by his parents, Mr. and Mrs H R l Dickinson. ' ' Margaret Vail of and Betty Vail of Shelton were, in Hoodsnort with their for Saturday and Sunday. parents I Mr. arid éVIrs. Ted Zink and fam-3 Ilyspen unday in Ta " — iting friends. coma “5 I Mrs. H. R. Dickinson wa -1 fined in the Shelton Generals figg| I pital from Saturdq, ' . 1 'for treatment. y unm Mondg‘l Bremerton I I _.....l l WHAT our READERS I THINK I‘ SLIPPERY WHEN WET '1 “Slippery when wet”' signs adorn the roadside in mng sec- tions of the U. s. They EII‘C: a warning to motorists to reduce speed when traveling on those roads in rain. , The signs appear especially at ‘curvcs, on hillsides and :it narrow I places in the roads where there is . added danger. Drivers, seeing these signs, or especially careful when approach- ling other vehicles. Unless it is absolutely necessary for them to be on the road, they} may go so far as to put the car' Iin the garage and seek shelter fer i Ithemsclves‘ until dry Weather pre- vails. ! How much more dangerous are those drinking drivers who carry no such warning signs! To meet them on hills, at curves, or at narrow places in the road is to encounter greater uncertainty, than slippery pavements caused by I rain. There is little that can be} 'done to prevent nature from lcausing a hazard, but total ab—I I stincnce for every individual would prevent the hazard of a driver be- ing “Slippery When Wet.” , Submitted by VV.C.T.U mombcr.| I Navy Groom: “Honey, the beans I taste awfully funny.” ! Beautiful But Dumb: “And (sob) after I walked all the wayl to the paint store for the red lead 'you wanted on them.” SH ELTON-MASON COUNTY J 0U RNAL vvvvv Real Estate “A AA A““A“.MAA“M 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 Avo- nue at Virginia Street, Seattle, Washington. L 3-4—4t. 2—20-25-27. BEST BUYS WATERFRONT— l Puget Sound Home sites acre- age Arcadia Road. Trade land for slashing. E. A. Carr, Des Moines, Wash. FOR SALE: 2 acres and 3-room shake house, 8 miles from Olym- pia. on Shelton Highway, across from Val D‘Or Farm. Price for quick sale $500. Write C. W. Coppock, 5620 Pacific Ave. Ta- coma, Washington. 2-25—27. 3-4-6—4t. FOR‘ SALE: 80 acres. Some clearing. Buildings, other im- provements. Consider truck not older than 1936 part payment. 3A-mile south Dayton school. Price Terms- Arthur Hays, Matlock Route. 2—25-26—2t. FOR SALE: 2-room house, fur- nished, with woodshcd and nice garden ground. Ciosc in. Will make fine home for one person or couple. $700.00 with at least $350 dowu. t 4-room modern hereto on bill with good yard $1650.00 terms. HERB ANGLE FOR SALE about 4 miles 1on1 Shelton, has 17!} feel; of waterfront. and 1,900 feet (14': to the road. there is lots of nice timber and. wood. This is piece of waterfront property on the Bay close in and is well worth the price of $1075. Somet terms. :{2 :5: CO 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. iii 95 1, room house with brick chimney, cement basement and founda- .tions. Good garage and wood- shed, well and small spring run— ning through property. About ,1,§ acre good ground mostly cleared. Property is all fenced. A good buy at $475.00. Terms. HERBERT G. ANGLE Drivers Break Law, Pay Fines Two Mason were fined for County motorists infractions of the Pgm’otor code last weekend when] they ran afoul of the long arm of the law in the person of State Patrolman Cliff Aden. Sam Todd of Shelton was fined $10 and costs by Justice Zintheo Monday on a charge of permitting his car to be operated without license plates. Aden made the arrest Saturday night. Kenneth Lynn of Potlatch Route also paid a $10 fine and court on a charge of negligent driving Ifollowing Lynn’s arrest in Shel-I ton Valley Sunday morning by Aden. Centralian Jailed On Drinking Charge Jack Hubbard, Centralia, was arrested early this morning by Sheriff Gene Martin and Deputy Fred Hickson near Lake Isabella. Ion the Olmypic Highway south of Shelton on a drunk and disorderly charge. He was tried this at- tornoon in superior court. He M kes Cheese In R... unnl Using an abandoned railroad tunnel inSouth ,Carolina as a “curing, cave,” Dr. P. 7G. Miller, above, Clem-sen College asso~ ciate dairyman, hasstarted ex- perimental manufacture of blue vein cheese, American equiva- lent of the now unobtainable French Roquefort. He’s acid testing a vat of milk. _2-11--3-6——8t. ' 4 acres of property on the Bay Spring runs through the property and about the lastl room modern home with large. I NOTICE , All persons having “m4 Classified Service 0-... Monday is Funday , with a , Bendix Home Laundry Let us show you a typical “Bendix” Washday Shelton Electric ,Co. Shelton, Wash. 1 General Electric Vacuum Cleaner I Demonstrator $13.95 Shelton ‘Electric Co. Shelton, Wash. OFF YOUR FEED? ' See your Doctor~—havc your prescriptions filled atm— I FIR DRUG STORE IT’S HERE 1 America’s Most Sensational MATTRESS SALE I Sorta 12th Anniversary TUFT LESS MATTRESS 1 Now only l $19.95 During February ~— See it Tomorrow 1 Lumbermen’s Mcrc. Co. I MILL WOOD One Cord $4.50 Double Load (2 cords) , $8.50 ' ' PHONE 38-J I SAVE NOW Special Prices on SEWING MACHINES i SINGER SHOP 125 So. 4th, Shelton l 3 LARGE SIZE" I Dupiicating SALES BOOKS 5c Each ‘ I or 55¢ per dozen of special—— PRINTED SAL ES BOOKS [Our prices are on low or lower M_ C_ l than outside salesmen can quote; lyou. , ' - THE JOURNAL vavvvmv mv» cvvvv‘vvv Lost and Found lFOUND: Two small black pup- pies. White markinge. Frank I Devlin, 505 Dearborn. 2-25-27—2t. iJ URNAL Want Ads are used by i scores of your friends and i neighbors with great” success. I Complete information about i what you have to sell‘ always I helps; l I Cubbing, the pro—Scout ago ‘program of the Boy Scouts of America, appeals to its members 19, 10, 11 years of age. This pro- Igram had an. increase in mem- ‘bership 'of over 21"per cent in Tides of the Week Computed for Oakland Bay (llood (lanai tides arc. one hour & 55 minutes earlier) I 3 Low, 1:10 a.m. 0.9 ft iThurs High 7:46 a.m. 14.8 ft iFeb 27 Low 1:47 pm. 36 ft i High 7:27 pm. 129 ft I Low 1:45 a.m. 1.6 ft iFri' _High 8:10 a.m..1‘4.4 ft IFeb 28 Low 2:22 pm. 3.1 ft High 8:09 pm. 12.8 ft 'QI LEGAL Finishers I’ No. 1408 NOTICE 'I‘u CREDITORS TO FILE CLAIMS ,In the HupcrIor Court I 01‘ Washington for Mason County. (In I I’robatcldifi SFA L IN THE 1 E 3., FfiTHE E T ‘ tor CHARLES s ‘Y'Dweased. IS HEREBY GIVEN. ‘That Letters Testamentary on the Estate of Charles Saul. deceased. VNrc granted to tl‘Ie‘mnd-nsigned, on the 18th day of February, 1911, by‘Ule said Superior Court. I I i I I I l l . I I . i I l i claims against said estate are required to serve them with the necessary vouchers upon me at the office of arion Garland; 105-8 Dictz Bldg, Bromorton, ,Wash., with- In six months after the date of the first publication of this notice. to-wit. within six months after the 27th day of February, 1941, and file the same ,Witl‘i the clerk of this Court together ,with proof of such service, or they shall be forever baI d i Dated at Brcinc:t:ni. 25th dav of F“‘l)., 1941. 2RE:MERTON TRUST ii: SAVINGS 'Wash.. t h i s l I BANK. A C-DRPORATION, EX- -I ECUTOR OF ESTATE. I , By R. A. NOYES, President. IMARION GARLAND, Attorney for Estate. Office and Post Office. Address: 105-8 Diotz Bldg, £BIH-mcrton. Vv‘nsli. 2~27. 3~G-13--20'—4t. _—_.__—._ JOURNAL WANT We alsotake orders for all kinds: of the State. Wmvvv For Rent 1 “A: “A 1“.“ AAAAAA““AM FURNISHED APARTMENTS for rent (2 and3rooms). Good lo-I cation. Very reasonable. Golds-I borough Apts, Second and Kneev; 5—7-tf. I land Streets, Shelton. ———-—-—'-—————-—- 1 FOR RENT: furnished three room' apartments. Mill Street Apart-' ments. Phone 259-M. _C-1-13-c. [FOR RENT: 4—mom house on we.- I I terfront, lights, running water I $10.00 month. Walker Park Ad— 2 dition. Grace Springer. 2-25—27—2t. I FOR RENT: 2 small furnished apartments. Inquire Mrs. C.‘ Hepner, 1211 Railroad, or phone I 62J. 2-25-27—2t. mvvvvvvvwwflvvhvm I Wanted ' 7 ‘AAA MAAA~§M AAAAAAA A” WANTED: girl for houseworki care 1 child. Full time work,:’ good pay. Phone 369-W. l M——2-27——1t. IWAN'I‘ED: large pieces clean cot—i ton‘ rags with all buttons and snaps removed. No curtains or outing flannel or knit wear. Journal Office. 1-16—tf. WANTED: lady for hbusework. l Phon’e 112—J between 9 and 3 l o’clock. S~—2-4—«—tf ~WANTED: Plowing by anvvhour, with tractor. Leave telephone. orders at Cooke‘s Feed Store. E—2-25-27. 3—4—6-11—13—6t. WANTED: Experienced girl or] middle aged lady for houseworkl and care 1 child. Call 354. I | ' S-2-25-27—--2t. mm- 1". vavvvvwvv Classified Service “AAAAA A‘AAA‘A A“ AMA ‘ M ARE YOU SICK? . l l I 1 See your Doctorahave your prescriptions filled at.»— FIR new STORE Mason County Maps I LARGE Mason County Townshipi maps $1.00. Also maps of Olympic Peninsula, Puget Sound i Country and State 500 to $1.00 I The Journal I CARD OF THANKS I “’0 Wish to extend in this way, our sincere appreciation for the: many kindnesses and sympathies I shown us by our friends and cs-l pecially the Odd Fellows Lodgci during our recent bereavement over the paSsing of our belovedl Joseph Hitch. 1 Mr. and Mrs. Harry Young,; and family v Mr. and Mrs. I. E. Hitch I Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Stockami I 2—27.w1tl Scouting has been regarded as‘ sufficiently important by 103i colleges and universites to justifyi their offering courses in Scouting for students with college credit! NOTICE or WATER RIGHT l Ai’rLICATION N0. 5362 State of Washington Office 'of Super- visor of Hydraulics Olympia ITO WHOM 11‘ MAY CONCERN: , Notice Is hereby given that W. L. Gazzuni of Bremertou, State of Wasn- Ington, under date of February 11. 1941, filed with the State Supervisor or Hydraulics, Olympia, Washington. an application for a permit to divert the public waters of an unnamed stream tributary of Heed Canal, in the amount ,0! 0.50 second foot, subject to existing lights, icontinuouslygfor the purpose of domesticsupply; that the approxi- mate pox‘nt or diversion is located With- I m Lot 3 of Section 31, Township 22 N. Range 3 W.W'.M., in Mason Coun- ty. A map showing the location and plan of said diversion and the place oftho prognosed use is on file in the office_ of e State Supervise“ 01' By- ldraulics, Olympia, W'ashington, gether with such other as 13 required by law. Any person. firm or corporation Whose right will be injuriously affcct- ed by said application may file with the State Supcrxi‘sor of-I—Iydraulics, at Olympia, Washington, such objections [or representations, in writing, as he ,may desire to make, within thirty I'(_30) days after date of last ublica- tlon, which date is March 6, 1 41. I Witness my hand and official soal Ilhis 20th day of February, A. D .1941. ' l St t CSHAS. ‘J. BARTHOLET, , ,ae upernsor 01' H dr ir- ’2-27-—3-0—-2t.-' y m 's’ ‘ g to- Information NOTICE OF SHERIFF‘S ' SALE 01” ABANDONED CAR l‘uO’l‘ICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That Ion the 10th day of March. 1941. at the hour of 10 o’clock AM. of said (lay: at Benson‘s Farm near Ben- sons Lake. in Mason County} Wash-' Ington, I will sell the following de-l =5crIbed abandoned car, to—wit: ‘Onc 1929 Chevrolet Coach. Motor 343%. 1215190, 1939 License No. X- I - - .at public auction. to the h' ibcst bidder for cash. lghes‘ and , VGIVEN under my hand, oay of February, 1941. E. F. MARTIN. Sheriff of Mason County, Wash. I 2—27—li\ this 26th . Mm: . SUMONS. In the Suparior Court of the state 91' Warhing‘ton for Mason County. lVJIIIA M. PERKINS. Plaintiff, vs. 1GERALD IL. PERKINS. Defendant. STATE 01“ \VASUINGTON to Ger— ald 1.. Perkins, Defendant: You aru. hereby summoned to ap- }1ear Within sixty (60) days afinr oate of the first publication of this Summons, to .wit within sixty days after the 30th day or Jan. 1941. and defend the above entitled action in: the court aforesaid and RHFVVHI' 1hr,” (omplamt oi" the plaintiff Liila M. Perkins, and serve a copy of your Ionswm‘ upon the undersigned at— .Iornoy for plaintiff at his office ad- I(.ress below stated. and in case. ‘0!” your failure so to do, judgment Will be rendered against you" according to the demand of the complaint {which has been filed with the CIK'TK of said court. ‘ . ' The object of this action on\'tho A S RATES On Classified Advertisements 10 cents a. line (5 words) first insertion, 5c 8." line each subse- quent insertion. Mini mum charge 30c. Classified advertisements ac- cepted over the telephone from phone subscribers. Cash should I 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’ts necessary. Card of thanks 50c. Classified Display Rates on Request. vvvvvvvv‘yvvv' vav v V'"‘ For Sale m¢A¢ ALLAA‘AAA‘ AAAAA-AA“ FOR SALE: Electrolux cleaners. New machines as low as $49.50. For sales, service and supplies call or write Jack Manley, Hoodspcrt, Wash. 2—6--3-5--1M FOR SALE: SOLOVOX repro- duces tones of all instruments, can be used with a piano or separately. Cost $190.00 new, used a few times. Priced at: $110.00 cash. Call at Journal. FOR SALE: Set of Leedy drums. Reasonable Phone 631 quire at Journal office. 2-25-27-——2t. In— part of tho plaintiff is to SGClU‘L ‘a divorce from the defendant. J. W. GRAHAM, Attorney for Plaintiff. ()I‘l‘ice Address, Suits 5 Govcy Bldg, Shelton, \Vas’ih. 1-30. 2-6-13—20‘27. 3-6—13—7t. HORSES FOR SALE: team Grey gelding‘s well broke $125 or sell separate. 0. W. Walker, Mat- lock. 2—27—-1t. 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. ‘2-18~27-e—4t A. wvv- vvvvvvvvvvvvrvvvv‘ Used Cars mvwvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvv a. l . IFOR SALE: 1933 ll/é—ton Chev. truck, dual wheels, excellent con- dition. $160 cash. Inauirc 635 Dearborn. M-2-25-27-~2t. gFOR SALE: 1925 Buick touring car. $20.00 cash. Carl Gruver, Old Oakland. 2-25-27. 3-4A3t. mvvvvv’vvwvyvvvvv‘ wvh PROFESSIONAL CARDS ‘AAAAAAAMAAAAAAA AAAde ALDEN c. BAYLE’Y' ATTORNEY AT LAW Title Insuranca Building‘ Opposite First National Bank Phone 23 Shelton -‘.._ .fi ,_ v . m.— lNSURANCE HERBERT G. ANGLE Office at Angle Building -— ELLIOT. B. SPRING Accounting Tax Services Bookkeeping Systems 123 4th St. Phone 565 CHARLES n. rams: ATTORNEY AT LAW Suite 1 L. M'. Bldg Shelton, Washington I _‘I DOANE BRODIE Attorney-At-Law Angle Building ' PhOne 337 No. 1400'. NOTICE TO (IBI'IDITORS. In the. Superior Court State of Wash- ington for Mason County. In the matter of the estate of Hazel E. Sackrider, Deceased. Notice is hereby given that the un- deI'signcd,.I-I. S. SaCkridcr. has been appomted and has qualified as ex- ecutor of the estate or Hazol E. Sack- rider. deceased; that all persons hav- ing" claims against said deceased are hereby required to serve the same, duly verified, on said H. S. Sackridcr, at his residence in .Mason County, Washington, address is R.F.D.v Num- ber 1, Elma, »Washing‘ton. or upon Frank Groundwater, attorney of rec- ord for said estate, at his office, 107 Fourth Street, Elma, \‘Vashlngton, and file the same with the Clerkvof said Court, together with proof of such service, within six months after the date of the first publication of this notice, which is February ,6th, 1941, or the same shall 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.F.D. N0. 1, Elma. Wash. FRANK GROUNDWATER, Attorney for estate, Elma,‘ Vfashington. 2*6-13-‘20-27~’At. NOTICE OF SHERIFF‘S SALE OF ABANDONED CAR NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. The: on the 10th day of March, 1941, at the hour of 2 o'cloek PM. of said day, at Short's Garage. Union, Wash- ington, in said County, I will sell the following described abandoned ('ar, to-wit: One 1929 Hudson Sedan. No. 541208. A—33280. at public auction, to the highest and Motor 1910 License No. best bidder for cash. GIVEN under my hand, this 26th day of February. 1941. E. F.=ltIARTIN. Sheriff 'of Imam County. Wash. 2~27——'li.. All Presidents of tile— United States are Honorary Presidents 01‘“ the Boy Scouts of America.