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liege Two“ ,- Agate P.T.A. Silver _ Tea Draws Big Crowd Agate, March 10—The Agate P.T.A. held its silver tea March 7 at the Agate school building with a large group gathered for the program. The members gave an afternoon party treat for the school children with‘cake, cookies, jello and chocolate being served them. The next P.T.A. meeting will be held March 21 at the school. Ev- eryone is invited to attend. Plans Progress Rapidly For L. M. Style Showing That old question of “What Are They Going to Wear This Year?” will be answered next Tuesday evening, March 18th in the Jun- ior High Auditorium. The Lum- bermen's Mercantile is again answering this question with lots of brand new clothing fresh from the manufacturers. There will be all types of clothing for the miss, student and matron as well as the children. It will cover what the‘well dressed person will Shelton Electric Co. Shelton, Wash. B. W. SOPER wear for beach, sports, afternoon and evening wear . . . and the mens wear will not be overlook- ed. The models are as fine as any cottage on the Wilbur professionals we have ever seen . . . you’ll think so too,‘ when you see them. There are nine senior girls from the high school . . . nearly twenty models in all. Of social interest will be a style commentator from Seattle who will describe the showings and give interesting and authen- tic style information. The entertainment features are not ready for announcement at this time but there will be in- strumental numbers, solos, duets, etc. Look for further announce- ments in the Thursday eV’ening‘yA. A. Stratford spent the week 'in Portland with Mr. and Mrs; papers. , All money derived from the sale of tickets will go to the joint Parent Teachers Associa- tions of the two schools, Lincoln and Bordeaux, for their hot lunch funds and child welfare work. They are sponsoring the show and have joint committees hard at work to make this an evening of real entertainment. Admission will be 25c for adults and 100 for students. TREATED AT HOSPITAL Joe Marsh of Capitol Hill was admitted to Shelton hospital for treatment Saturday . SON BORN YESTERDAY Mr. and Mrs. Don Doak of Pot- lateh Route became parents of a baby son born at Shelton hospital Monday. 1941 BUICK AS LowAs Ellison Motors table “joints.” them cleaned up. DELIVERED IN 'SHELTON A few weeds w ‘ grow in every garden Among the thousands of decent law- abiding beer retail establishments in America there may be a few disrepu- While it is the brewers' responsi- bility to brew good heel-and the re- . tailers’ responsibility to under wholesome conditions,nevertheless the brewing industry is concerned about «these undesirable places and wants We want them cleaned up because they endanger your right-to enjoy good Bob Irvin 5th & Railroad ! l gand Mrs. Al Okenek are in charge' i We are sorry to report that Mrs. Grapeview Club To Give Dinner For Community Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Barrett entertain- ed at dinner on Saturday evening in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Orin Buckingham on their wedding an- niversary. Grapeview, March 10. Sharp has been ill for a week. She spent a few days a couple of weeks ago with her grandson at Brinnon. Perhaps the good time she had fishing and “toot- ing” around accounts for her be- ing laid up! Anyway, we hope she is soon around again. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Wesserling have moved from Hoodsport to a Reeves place. Elmer is employed in' Bremerton and will join thei other commuters from our neigh- borhood. Measles have been showing their spots here and there. We be- lieve this grand weather may drive them away. Mrs. Hansen and Mr. Tchida drove to Tacoma on Tuesday lastl week. Mrs. Glen Barrett met: them in Olympia and went on for some shopping. To celebrate her birthday, and that of her daughter-in-law, Mrs. ‘ ,_.____.__‘___ ._ Y JOURNAL‘ Get-Together At Pickering Pulls Crowd Saturday By Virtue E. Hanlon Pickering, March 10. —— A large crowd turned out for the com- munity get-together at the school house Saturday evening. A short program was given which was very much enjoyed, then games and visiting followed. Bountiful refreshments were served before adjournment. Mrs. Walter Scofield and son, Don, spent a few days in Seat- tle visiting relatives. Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Ball spent the weekend in Vaughn at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Ja- coby. Miss Jane Pickrell of Seattle, spent the weekend at the Droscher home. Mrs. Helen Shafor and Miss Cora Ayres were Shelton visitors on Wednesday. Miss Laurice Jones spent a week in Seattle visiting her sis- ter, Mrs. Lawrence Gosser and family. Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Smith were dinner guests on Thursday, of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Marshall, of Tumwater. In the evening they attended an oyster supper at the Labor Temple. Mrs. Fred Lambert spent the Robert Stratford. ‘5 Mrs. Marge Borgford was a! Shelton visitor on Tuesday. Those who attended the meet- ing at the Grange Hall in Roch-i ester last Thursday felt well re-l paid for the trip. Mr. Carl Olson,} the speaker, has an unusual grasp. of the world situation. His study at Cambridge and his travel in Europe and Asia fit him to speak with authority. He was a stu—\ dent, not a “tourist” in those countries. Mr. A. A. Stratford,l Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Peterson, Mrs. William Spooner and Mrs. Bert Mitchell attended from our com- munity. The A. C. Robinsons of Seat- tle were at their summer place this last weekend. Everyone in the community is invited to supper at the school-. house March 15 at seven o’clock.i Cards will be played after sup- per. There will be no charge. The Community club is giving this ini appreciation of the support they have had in their parties this last winter. Mrs. Charles Schwinn; of the supper plans. This club- has been organized less than three years but they have a number of accomplishments to which they can “point with pride.” Mrs. Orin Buckingham was the first presi- [ Sunday evening with Mr. day, Wednesday, with her par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. P. Wright and children, Patricia and Geo. P. III, of Tacoma, spent the weekend at the J. M. Peterson home. Robert Shumacher, of Yakima, was a guest Tuesday of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wylie. Mrs. J. LaPage was a lunch- eon guest of Mrs. Josephine Hu- shek on Friday. Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Harriman and Miss Christina Roberts spent and Mrs. P. E. Ball. Callers Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Lillian Cameron, were Mrs. Elgin Sharp and son, .of Shelton, Mrs. Wildey, Mrs. lClaude Hanlon and Mrs. Max Han- on. Mr. and Mrs. Reinhart Goetsch of Harstine Island, spent Wed- nesday at the home of their daughter, «Mrs. George Carlson, and Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Booth of Shelton, were dinner guests Wednesday evening of Mr. and Mrs. George Carlson. It being little Bernard’s third birthday an- niversary, all wished him “many happy Ireturns.” Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Anderson and sons, George and James, and Mrs. Helen Harrell and sons, Johnnie and Ernest, spent Sunn dent, Mrs. Wm, sweatman the ‘day in Olalla visiting friends. second and Mrs. L. Wren at pres. , ent. Under these leaders they, have given the school improve- ments such as shades, kitchen equipment and, this winter, the new chairs. Besides, there have been a number of social events twhich all have enjoyed. The wo- men are grateful for the support the community has given and this Supper is their“ “thank you.” How- , ever, the community is grateful‘ for the work the women have done and will be glad to support' their plans in the future. Belfair Improvement i Club Meets Fridayl Belfair, March 10—The Belfair Improvement Club meets again this coming Friday evening at the! new Belfair school building with' sound motion pictures to be fea- tured. The film is entitled “The Eyes of the Navy,” and will be shown‘ through the courtesy of the U. S. Navy Recruiting Station in Se- attle. No. 24 of a Series beer . . . and our right to make it. we want them cleaned up because they endanger the 13,468 jobs and $16,535,205 payroll created by beer in Washington since re-legalization. Beer .contributed $1,111,815.42 last year in Wes in this state. These benefits are worth preserving. You can help us, if you will, by (1) pat- ronizing only the reputable, legal places that sellbeer and by (2) reporting any .B‘EERW. drainage offlodé‘rzifim law violations to the duly constituted law enforcement authorities. Mrs. J. M. Peterson spent last week in Tacoma with her daugh- ter,'Mrs. Geo. P. Wright ‘and family and with her sister, Mrs. lfiarle Craig, who has been quite l . Mr. and Mrs. Frank Strong and daughter, Connie, and Mr. and Mrs. Em Welty of Seattle, Were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wylie. Mr. and Mrs. Maldor Lundquist and Bob and Laurens, and Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Rempel and sen Alnley, attended the production Snow White” given by Mrs. Hawk’s pupils at the Lower Sko- komlsh school on Friday night. Ray Rempel and Bill Lundquist attended the basketball game in Hoqulam that evening. ’ Mr. and Mrs. Dale Gray and daughter of Yakima, are visiting With Mr. and Mrs. Bob Cameron and family. Mr. Gray and Mrs. Cameron are brother and sister. Mr. and Mrs. Buchanan of Sumner, and Mr. and Mrs. Me- nard of Orting, spent two da s’ ‘with their old friends Mr. arid Mrs. P. E. Ball. Sixteen members and one visit- or of the Pickering Homemakers club spent a very pleasant after- noon at the Anderson home with Mrs. Helen Harrell as hostess. After a short business meeting delicious refreshments were serv- fith 113:8 nixt meeting will rs. ose ine H March 20th. ph “Shek on Mr. and Mrs. Max Hanlon vis- ited relatives in Olympia Sund‘iY- Tacomans Pacing Tournament Here First returns on the feurth an- nual Shelton commercial class bowling tournament find Tacom- ans holding the lion’s share of the glory. But there is another Weekend of play yet before the meet is over, so today’s leaders may yet be tomorrow’s also rans. Tacomans hold the top four places in the singles, first, fifth, Sixth and eighth places in the dou- bles, and third, fourth and fifth places in the team event. Two Shelton teams top the five- man, Wilson’s Cafe with a 2819 total and Mason Laundry with a 2701 figure. They are the only 10— cal teams to bowl in the tourney so far. Pabst Blue Ribbon of Ta- coma is third at 2657, Little Paris Beauty Shop of Tacoma is fourth at 2584, Buck’s Tavern of Tacoma ls fifth at 2465, and Werberger’s Wine of Seattle is sixth with 2417. Hurlbut and Crowel of Tacoma top the doubles .at 1129, Toad Ser- geant and Al Ferrier of Shelton are second at 1119, Cliff Reader and Pete Carlson of Shelton third at 1093, Bill Smith and I. H. Woods fourth at 1045, followed by two Tacoma pairs, one from Se- attle and two more from Tacoma. Singles competition is, paced by B. ,Wakefield of Tacoma, 614; Swanson, Tacoma, 594; Silsoth, Tacoma, 569; Crowell, Tacoma, 530; Spoja, Seattle, 530; Bill Smith, Shelton, 528; Valish, Ta- coma, 528; Buehlenbruch, Tacoma. 528; Toad Sergeant, Shelton, 523i Sadler, Tacoma, 512 ; and Hurlbut, Tacoma, 506. The brunt of the competition will fall on this coming weekend when Centralia, Aberdeen, Olym‘ pia and more Shelton, Tacoma and Seattle pinmen bowl. The meet limits team averages to 875, d011- bles averages to 358, and singles competitors-to averages of 179 01' under. a _. __ .. ..._..L- _.__4‘._W SHELTON-MASQN CQUNT I i l I l I ‘—-————————.——._____.—___.__._._ __.__. _._____..._.__.._._._- i J I ‘ OVERTIME WITH GULLS HIGHCLIMBERS GO WITHOUT BASKET FOR shim TIME Elma Wins 20—12 Victory, Holding Shelton Scoreless From Floor; 2nd Will NORTHERN DIVISION (Final Standings W. L. Pct. For Ag. Hoquiam ...... ..11 1 .917 445 290| Aberdeen ..10 2 .833 437 277 Raymond ...... .. 7 5 .583 448 377 Olympia, .. 7 5 .583 456 373 Elma ............ .. 4 8 .333 289 346 Montesano 2 10 .167 282 412 Shelton ........ .. 1 11. .083 209 481 Scores Friday Elma 20, Shelton 12. Hoquiam 36, Raymond 31. Olympia 51, Montesano 22. For the second time in their last five games, the Shelton High- climbers were blanked from the floor in a Northern Division prep basketball contest, Elma turning the trick Friday night at Elma in the final game of the year while winning a 20 to 12 victory. All the Highclimber scoring came from the foul line, where the Shelton players connected a dozen times in 20 efforts. Elma’s rough-and-tumble defense kept the Highclimbers from sinking a lot of their shots, the Eagle defenders committing 18 fouls, and then Shelton was as frigid as a polar night on what open shots, were available. I Elma lost three players via the l Milt Clothier and Bob Pierce each converted a free throw only to personal foul route and had a have Claflin knot the count: fourth on the ragged edge. Shel— ton had three players each with three fouls. The Eagles themselves weren’t hitting the twine very consistent- ly for they netted only eight field goals in the rough battle. The game was the last of their prep careers for Seniors Jim Mc- Comb, Jim Rose, Walt Eddy and George Valley. The thrills of Friday’s prep program, however, were dished out by the second teams, with Shelton winning a 26 to 24 de- decision in a double-overtime struggle. Lanky Sam Wilson rammed home the winning basket in the “sudden death” second over- time after the two clubs had fail- ed to break their deadlock in the first extra period. The two clubs wound up in a 22-22 tie at the end of regular time and during the first three-minute overtime again with a basket seconds be-- fore the period ended. Clouthier sunk three freel throws and two field goals to top both teams with ten points. The lineups: FIRST TEAMS Elma (20) Shelton (12) 1 Anderson 5 ...... .. Fredson 1 Boyd 4 .......... ..F ...... .. Lumsden 1 Metzger 2 .... ..C .................. .. Eddy Jasper ............ Dickinson Winders 8 .... ..G ...... .. McComb 2‘ Subs: Elma—Grass, Cameron. SheltonmLoop 1, Rose 4, Woods 3, Valley, Phillips. SECOND TEAMS Shelton (26) Elma (24)! Pierce 4 .. .... ._ Claflin 8‘ Klink ........ .. Walker 2 Wilson 6 .. ...C .... .. Sackrider 3 Chase 2 ........ ..G .... .. McMaster 3 Clothier 10 Kinnaman 1 Subs: Shelton—Page 1, Trotter 5, Coburn. Elma—~Barger 8, Mai- one 1, Sheets. I-IOQUIAM WINS TITLE IN Hoquiam, March 8.—-(Speci_al)—— Hoquiam earned its fifth straight trip to the state prep basketball tournament here last night by clinching the Northern Division title through a 36 to 31 overtime victory over the Raymond Sea- gulls. Tied at 30-30 at the end of regular time, the Grizzlies rush- ed the Gulls off their feet in the overtime as Wittren hit once and Clayton twice. At one point in the fourth quar- ter the officials were forced to call a time out and let the cagers cool off, so fierce was the pace and the desire to win on both sides. The lineups: Hoquiam (36) Raymond (31) Klock 2 .......... ’Miller 6 Wayman 4 .... . Kal‘liss 5 Haney ............ ..C .. .... .. Hoffer Siden .............. Plato 2 Graham 8 .... ..G ......... .. Gacek 11 Subs ' Hoquiam—Stubberfield, Wittren 8, Clayton 10, Riddell 4, Raymond - B. Jonzola, Rubstel- lo 7. BETTCHER SCORES 20 AS BEARS WIN, 51-22 Olympia, March 8.—(Special.)~— The Olympia Bears proved too powerful for the Montesano Bull- dogs last night and the Capital city cagers raced to a 51-22 northern division victory. The win tied the Bears with Raymond for third place.' Ralph Bettcher, Olympia cen~ ter, set a season’s scoring record with 20 points. The lineups: Olympia (51) Montesano (22) Hansen 4 ...... ..F ........ .. Drugge 6 Rockey 5 ...... ..F .... .. Best 7 Bettcher 20 . Moore 4 J. VanEaton .. G... Gallagher Beck 12 ........ ......... .. Crisp Subs: Olympia OLearly 2, Randall 4, Fuller ",Hume, Ashwell. Montesano—Reed 4, Heikkenen, Thompson, Chandler. Two Motorists Fined For Code'Violations Two violators of motor code reg- ulations were assessed fines in Justice M. C. Zintheo’s court after their arrests by State Patrolman Cliff Aden. ' Ralph Gilman of Minerva Beach was fined $25 and costs on a reckless driving charge yester- day after his arrest Saturday near Potlatch. Tom Murray, soldier from Fort Murray, was fined $10 and costs on a negligent driving charge Sat- urday and was given a $5 suspend— ed fine for driving without a 1i- .“ Rev. Marty Here Again To Conduct -Sq1_lare Series Rev. Henry C. Marty, national- ly known evangelist and musician, begins a return engagement in Shelton this Thursday evening when he commences a series of nightly services at the Four— square Gospel Church at 910 E. Dearborn street. Rev. Marty conducted a series of services during a three week period in 1938 at the Foursquare Gospel church. Nightly services except on Mondays will start at 7:45 o’clock with special music for each service. Rev. and Mrs. W. B. Lambert, pastors of the Foursquare Gospel church, invite the public to attend. Considered by many of the well known religious leaders through— out the country as one of the most outstanding evangelists, Rev. Mar- ty has packed some of the lar- gest tabernacles and gospel halls throughout the country Rev. Lam- bert says. He is not only a dynamic and fluent speaker but also an outstanding musician. Rev ' Mt. View Chapel Missionary Rally Mountain View Chapel will hold their annual Missionary Conven- tion on Wednesday and Thursday of this week. Among the mission- aries present at the convention will be Miss Haupberg who has recently returned on furlough from 19 years of missionary work on the Tibetan border. Miss Haup- berg will be showing many scenicr pictures of her work among these nomadic people. Also on the tour will be Miss Schudder who has pioneered in mission work in the Philippine Islands for the past twelve years. She will be show- ing pictures of her work, also. Rev. A. P. Voth, a nationally known evangelist formerly of Rochester, Minn., will also speak on the closing night of the con- vention. 7 Towns EntéTed Now; Evergreen Circuit ‘Expands Seven towns indicated their readiness to enter the Evergreen . League at a directors meeting held in the Olympia Y.M.C.A. Fri- day night, reported Norbert Cor- mier, representing Shelton, upon his return here. The seven include Shelton, Olym- pia, Centralia, Bucoda, Yelm, Port Orchard and the combined com- munities of Kamilche and .Sch— neiders Prairie. The granges of the two latter communities are giving strong support to the combined team, Cormier said. Another meeting of directors to 'outline by-laws and draw up a ‘schedule is to be held next Fri— day evening at Centralia, Tentatively, a three-rcund schedule was decided upon by the team representatives, or an 18-game schedule, with t h e first two games between teams on a home-and—home basis with the third to be set thru agreement between the teams themselves. i a” CHECK the chart at the right. You’ll see that Hydra-Matic Drive does things no other drive can do! Take an Olds Hydra-Matte out on the road. You’ll find how much these things all mean to you in effort reduced, performance improved, gasoline saved—not to mention the totally different thrill you get from driving! Hydra-Mattie Drive, remember, has been proved in the hands of more than 75,000 Oldsmobile owners—in over 225 million miles of driving! 1*0PTIONAL AT EXTRA COST THEC‘AR / Cerise after his arrest last 'Wt‘dncs- l day by Aden. Phone 111 E English Letter i (Continued on Page Four) when I entered it it broke out before I reached the end. I took nearly three hours getting to my loffice, which normally takes me 120 minutes. I was turned back by firemen at every point and was advised to give up the at— tempt. I should never get .through. However, I persevered although one of the clergy stand- ,ing on the steps of St. Pauls Ca- ithedral assured me I should prob- iably find my office gutted out. ,I eventually arrived to find it Equite unharmed, although I was nearly blinded with smoke and looked rather like a nigger! It is wonderful how normal every- thing has become since then {and except for the ruins of offices thing. nuisance I think. At one .to get home it was like getting to the middle of Hampton Court ,Maze. Nothing but barriers over the various roads and “Danger-— Unexploded Bomb.” Every so soften they would go off and make us jump out of our skins! i Sometimes I think you people in America are very lucky to be I would not leave London for the world, for all its bombs. I Again expressing thanks, also on behalf of Aunt Emily who is living at Battle now and is an in- valid. ' Your cousin, GABRIELLE ‘RYDE-BUTCHER’ Baptist Church 5 Speaker Thurs. , Rev. H. B. Centz, Presbyterian minister and Missionary to the -Jews, will speak on the subject i “The Jews and the World Today” at the First Baptist Church this Thursday evening at 7:30 o’clock. Rev. J. O. Bovee, Baptist pas- tor, invites the public to hear Rev. Centz’ message. Rev. Centz is a Russian Jew, born and edu- cated in Russia. After his con- version to Christianity he en- tered the ministry and is now associated with the American Board of Missions to the Jews, an interdenominational body 10- located in Brooklyn, N. Y. Tuesday, Marc j, all round does not seem to have, made much difference to every-; Time bombs are the greatest f, time ‘ they were all around this flat and ‘ out of it all, but at others I feel . .4 ‘ l March \. { Twine Scorche’ i Hoodsptfll i Beating a steady ' 8.. net, a team of _’ . school basketball P, iste'red a 96 to 33. Hoodsport town A, , in the Hoodsport ‘OM 1 Jim McComb, -, ior, scored 33 pom Jess Phillips, Hi ‘omore, added 24 ,second team Hig ithis year, scored “ ~ ,‘port. 1 VALLEY Eo- lzéiH‘ T } __ pm MAARRES THEA '.5 I m l Shelton. 4‘ i 1, 15¢ Thursday i a l i ‘. COLUMBXA A Plus: “BEYON ! Mofier SACRAl : 1*: , RETE and RY] i I l i l 1 1 i 5 Fri.-Sat. "' ’N ozone: M. C1 : GREAT STAGE 1 “llilli Hill CO] i "JUDY 323'. PRO I WI!“ 1’ GEORGEM 'v 8:. Br. CHARLES VII 'dne , q D-m. PHONE IOuFal. . t Pure JERSEY -- l If Interested i 2:15 e 2.9%‘251 I 0:00:00} 9:0 ozoozeozo V, “heir i , . L ER ROGE TAYLOR JERSEY i i On Bayshore Road, 5 Miles From Shelton. Don’t let ’em kid you—there is one and only one kind of that completely eliminates the conventional clutch as the clutch pedal—one and only one kind of drive that _. matically selects and automatically shifts into the right,” for best perfornlance under all conditions—one and on " kind of drive that gives you the safety of “two hands . f wheel” at all times, plus the super-safety of the world’s plest, easiest-controlled driving, and that is the origi Yro y A V-Sito,’ 126 Ward 1 nor man