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to Phone 100 for a Journal Want-Ad QUALITY Is. 11. “THE W'ESTERNER” punuup YALLcy 60-0? HATCHERY I ‘340'1‘2. 2611-1, TACOMA. WASH. If you Wish to Sell you’ll Have Tell—Journal VVant-Ads. LEG‘HORNS, NEW'HVAMPSHIRES turns, on oil) trozcocxentls dAHA THEATRE M SHELTON, WASHINGTON Two shows every night Starting at 7:00 P.M.. Matinee pm. Saturday and Sunday Adm.. 10¢ and 25¢, plus tax (State 2c; Federal 3¢) Last Time Tonight GARY COOPER Wednesday Only JEAN HERSHOLT as DR. JOHN GARFIELD, BRENDA CHRISTIAN “MELODY FOR THREE” Thursday Only 15¢ N ite Friday — Saturday MARSHALL “EAST OF THE RIVER” . .. ._._.___..__r__.._.w BAGGAGE NEEDS OF DRAFTE ENTERING SERVICE DETAILED Inductee training, was clarified somewhat, today, in a communication receiv- ed from the Commanding General, ,Ninth Corps Area, by Brigadier General Maurice Thompson ington. In a resultant commun- ication sent by the State Director to all local boards in the state, ure for Induction Stations, and that a copy should be posted where follws: 1 “Baggage: Only minimum hand baggage should be brought. There is noprovision for transporting or storing trunks. Barrack Bags Reception Centers. Trunk lock- will be iussed when selectees l 'is, their final destinations. Shoes: ,One pair of comfortable shoes, in ‘good state of repair, is essential. Autos: Private autos prohibited. 1 Athletic equipment: 'athletic equipment they may de- lsire. Musical instruments: It is suggested that such musical in- ~struments as guitars, banjos and l lWSC Alums To Fete l College Anniversary Washington State College, Pull- man, .the 5lst anniversary of the found- ling of their alma mater, March the country. chosen. Much of the impetus for the celebration has come from Fred Schroeder, Portland, alumni presi- tees within hours after arrlv-l dent; Thad Byrne, Spokane, vice- ing president; and alumni club presi- 1 of course, expected that selectees! dents in chapters throughout the will report at Induction Stations; nation. ,In conjunction with the . celebration, a special issue of the Powwow “was published. Townsend Club MASS MEETING Sunday, March. MEMORIAL HALL LUNCHEON 12 o'clock SPEAKER kilo—PROGRAM Everybody Welcome ‘ ‘- 1938 Chevrolet Master DeLuxe Coupe Only 18,000 miles $545.00 1937 Crysler Airflow Sedan. Radio, heater. In very nice condition for $59500 , 1937 Plymouth Black Coupe A very nice car in every way $425.00 ‘ T 1938" Oldsmobile “6’” Touring Sedan New tires, radio, heater and defroster ...._.$535-00 f 1937 Dodge Touring sedan Good tire‘s‘and paint. A nice family. car for 1936 Dodge Touring Sedan New 'set of 6-ply tires. Nice inside and out for l l l l l I l 5 March 17. -— WaShington‘ception Center. State college alumni will celebrate } card will be provided at the Red‘that the Pastime had a consider- the . Selectee will inform a relative or! 38" “nth .bu'thday. 1331‘“? a“ ‘1 friend the unit to which he is as—lDotson's hefty scoring. banquets "1 50 miles thloughout'signed. This unit will be his final} 1 I l i Just What a Sdective SeI‘Vice etc. be brought. Pictures: Small l l ‘ should take with him :photographs permitted, but there: -when he leaves for his year oflwill be no place for large pictures, , in barracks. Firearms and Wea- pons: Not permitted and will have 1 to be returned to home of selecw tee at his own expense. Visitors at Reception Centers: Facilities for housing and enter- taining visitors in the vicinity of it was stipulated that the f0110W'.Reception Centers is limited. This', ,ing information should be read to condition coupled with the fact;.Associate(l Oil {all selectees prior to their depart- the selectees remain at the Recep_1“’1lson’s Cafe l tion Center only a limited time makes visiting on the part of re-l .it might be consulted by regist- latives and friends difficult and rants. The memorandum read aS,undesirable. Money and Valuables: Their safe keeping will be the re- sponsibility of the individual man. Expensive photographic ment etc. should not be brought. Books and Periodicals: There will be well stocked libraries and read- ing rooms available at Reception ed that periodicals received by mail be not forwarded until the selectee is sent from the Reception Center and arrives at his organ— larrive at ther organizations, that centers and POStS. It iS suggeSt'l l Selectees izatlon; POSl—al Cards: At the Army over Mason Laundry. I should be encouraged to bring any Induction Station each selectee, will be furnished a postal card for the purpose of notifying a relat- ive or friend as to whether he was accepted or rejected and, if accepted, the location of the Re-‘ .ceptlon Center to which he willibehmd the exceptionally forwarded. The selectee re-' be mains at a Reception Center in a majority, of cases not to exceed 48 hours. Only emergency pondence should be sent to the Re- Another postal ception Center with which destination and permanent add— Alumni in the northWest will ress. Toilet ArtiCles and Wearinglovm‘ tailelld Lumbernlen’s Mer-' tune in on a network broadcast apparel: from the college, featuring camp- and a limited amount of clothinglscoring to brag over. us talent and a commemorative in addition to that worn, such as;art, L. M. leadoff, however, did address by a speaker as yet un- shirts, underwear, socks and hand-gtake home high total for Toilet articles, kerchiefs are desirable. Uniforms, clothing, toilet kits, towels andlwasn’t enough to saVe his team, equipment will be issued el selec- at the Reception Center. It is, clean and sober, prepared to take the physical examination required prior to entering the service. Carnation Club Holds Luncheon The Carnation Club of the De- gree of Honor held a progressive} luncheon Thursday, March 13. Mrs. Jesse Barrett, Mrs. Frank Fentiman and Mrs. Charles Hurst were hostesses at their homes in the respective order. Twenty members and friends enjoyed the luncheon and afternoon of sewing for the Red Cross. YOU ARE COVERED for any ac- cident for $.25 per day. Longer ' time the rate“*tscheaper. Herbl Angle. 1938 PlymOuth DeLuxe Coupe Very nice car for only " $495.00 1937 Plymouth Touring Sedan Looks arid runs like new. For only $465.00 1936 V-8 FOrd DeLuxe Coupe Nice looking dark Blue coupe for anew We have others to choose from besides a couple of repossessions very cheap. s. 1.. PEARSON 407 S. 151'. . 'Chrysler— Plymouth Phone 132 Liquor: i The NOT PERMITTED. Any brought Adjutant General and State Direc- to Induction Stations or Recap—l tor of Selective Service'for Wash- tion Centers win be confiscated.) equip- . corres- i towelsicantilc, neither team doillg any SHELTON-MASON C ES gillnlllulnl Will THREE, 111111111 l :Paramount Squad Five Games ('1), 1 On City League Rivals; l l Driskel’s Move Up I l 1 CITY BO‘WLING LEAGUE \V. L. Pct. iParamount Theatre ..41 .594 , Cammaranos ............ ..36 33 l lDI‘iskeI Hardware ...35 34 .507 ’Mason Laundry ...... ..34 35 .493, ...34 35 .493 .53 36 .478 ,. ‘ Pastime ........ .. .32 37’ .464 L. M. 31 38 .449 High Scores l GamciMark Frcdson 246. TotalriBab Stewart 1‘ Matches Friday Driskel vs. Wilson’s. l 1 Paramount vs. Pastime. L. M. vs. Assoeiated. Cammaranos vs. Mason Laun- ' dry. Consistent rolling by the Para- mount Theatre lineup boosted the 'filmmen's city bowling league lead to five games Friday night through a whitewash triumph Joe For- rest had the top total among four iclose figures for the theatremen. ' Driskel Hardware pulled to within a game of second place lafter capturing the odd decision second place Cammaranos strong pin spilling of Phil Bayley, as— sisted by strong scoring by three other members of the team. , Associated Oil gained a fourthi iplace tie after decisioning Pas—' itime, to 1, despite the fact l from total pins for the thanks to John able edge in three matches, Wilson‘s Cafe moved into sixth place with an odd—game Verdict Bab Stew- the lnight with his figure, but it {from two losses. 1 Driskel’s (2) I Cams (1) l ' Handicap 60f Handicap 162 Aronson 47SlSnelgrove 567 l I Peterson 5011Driskel 566 i Scott 461lMcGough 367 1 Merrick 538[Bayley 564 {R Fredson 5533M. Fredson 591 ‘955 783 853 25915878 92010192817 L. M. (l) ‘Vilson’s (2)1 Handicap 54 Handicap 129 ' Stewart Tucker 498 . Mackey 466M. Miller 498 Elliott, Jr. 409} Fourre 425 Dummy 486‘; Sargeant 500 Carlson 523} Forbes 554 861869 830 2560925 771 887 2583 Pastime (1) Associated (2) Handicap 126} Handicap 168 Dotson 5971 Cotterell 489 Dummy 4533 Clark 483 ' Friend 538) Reader 460 M. Ferrier 514lNoblett 511 ' Allen 449} Daniels 514 921885 871 2677L947 779 899 Paramount (3) , Mason Ldy. (0) , Handicap 1411 Handicap 132 Robinson 5331Dodds 542 Skelsey 522]Woods 537, Smith 5311Ferwerda 426 Forrest 553l Funk Durand 469JA. Ferrier 557i 885 938 926 2749;879 889 884 iDefensive Weak l Spot Fatal For ' Shelton Cagers Montesano spotted a weak spot in Shelton junior high’s defense and took full advantage of it in the fourth quarter to snare a 35 to basketball victory which closed the 1941 seasons for both teams in Lincoln gym Saturday afternoon. Roma, the visitors’ lanky cen- 1ter, sneaked in behind the Shel- lton defense spot three baskets in ,the fourth quarter and Sub For- ward Polsfoot added two more which spurted Montesano out of reach of the home club after Shel- ton had drawn up to virtually even terms. Big Jim Toby scored ten points in a valiant second half effort to pull the game from the fire for Shelton, but that one weak spot in the home floor defense, plus a couple of long heaves that Mon- tesano connected with, was too much to overcome. The season brought Shelton twelve defeats in as many starts, with the second squads also fail- ing to register a victory. The Monte seconds waltzed home with a 31 to 6 verdict Saturday, Bean- ie Daniels scoring all of Shel- ton’s points. FIRST TEAMS Montesano (35) Shelton (26) l Augustine 2 ..F ........ .. Savage 5 lDavidson 7 ............ .. Toby ‘Roma ...... ..C .... .. Robertson 4 Reed 3 .......... ..G .......... .. Parsons 4 ,Brownlee 5 ....G ......... __ Rector Subs: Monte—Polsfott 6, Wit- tingham. Shelton — Lumsden, Daniels, Temple, Hopland. SECOND TEAMS ‘Montesano (31) Shelton (6) Pitts ................ ..F‘ ............ .. Hopland Corey 4 ........ . Lumsden Polsfoot 6 .... ..C.. Plemons Wittingham 3 G. Temple Easter ............ ..G .......... .. Daniels 6 Subs: Monte—Glick 5, Miner ,3, Augustine Johnson 6, Culver, Cox, Brown. Shelton—Robertson, O’Neill, Richardson, Smith, Craco- Ila, Michaelson, Beckwith. TOBY, SAVAGE LEAD JUNIOR HIGH SCORING The dozen points he against Montesano Saturday ;the final game of the season al— 'lowed Jim Toby, husky center and forward, to nose out Len Savage for scoring honors for the sea- son on the Shelton junior high basketball equad. Toby 10 .... ..501Lumsden 11 .. 5 Savage 11 ....49 Plemons 6 4 Robertson Daniels 6 .... .. 2 Rector ....271Temple 8 .... .. 1 Persons 9 ....10] TOTAL .... ..175 ioverflowing both levels. L OUN TY J OURNA National Flower I Show In Seattle , Starting Sunday Washington state will become the floral and horticultural capitol ! of America for eight days, March{ 23—30. For during that week the twen- ty-second National Flower and, Garden Show (which many peo- ple in this community are plan-- ning to visit), will be held in Se-: attle’s huge Civic Auditorium, This is! the first time the National Flower! Show has been held West of Oma- ha. Opening ceremonies for the Na- ; tional Flower Show will be held; at 2 o’clock Sunday afternoon,1 March 23, with western govern-l ors, mayors and dignitaries, at- tending. And here is a glimpse of the big show: The stage will be a replica of Mt. Rainier with Sl‘lO-i qualmie falls plunging down its: side. In the foreground will be! a 1,000-square»foot rock garden;: to the right a 1,000-foot modified reproduction of the University ofl Washington Arboretum; to the' left, a 1,000-foot tropical water‘ garden. There will be rose gar-l dens and rock gardens, bulb gar- dens and spring gardens; walls! will be hidden with foundation plantings; there will be pools and, fountains. woodland trails and garden walks. thousands of cut flowers and flowering and foliage plants. The lower level of the vast- building will become a living for- est; big pillars sheathed in bark like giant trees, branches hiding, the ceiling; great masses of rho- dodendrons, azaleas, flowering dogwood, currant, cherry, wood- land flowers and mosses at the base; floodlights filtering through like sunshine. Some 150 Washington garden (clubs will have their own 1,000- l‘oot exhibit. And hospitality headquarters for out—of— town gar- den club members have been ar- ranged by the Washington State Federation of Garden Clubs in the Frederick and Nelson auditor- ium which has been converted in- to a women’s lounge, information, and committee room. I Sheltonites Attend Aberdeen Style Show Mrs. W. F. Roberts and Mrs. Edward Morton of Bremerton were in Aberdeen Friday to at- ,tend the Orthopedic Style show held in the Elks Temple, where Mrs. Ted Monson was one of the, models. Mrs. W. F. Roberts To Attend Institutes Mrs. W. F. Roberts, state cor- responding secretary of the W0- man’s Christian Temperance Un- ion, will leave Friday with Mrs. Warren H. Lewis, state president, to attend Institutes in Centralia, Seattle, and Port Angeles. She! will also attend the Flower Show in Seattle before returning home. l Lincoln Brownie Troop Reports Meeting The Lincoln Brownie troop held their regular meeting with girls present. They played games and talked of the cookie drive that I the Brownie Scouts and Girl-‘ Scouts are having this month.1 Each girl gave a report of how many boxes of cookies she had} sold so far. The girls that fixed the treat were: Lois Bernert, Jean Macntosh, Ela Mae Noble, Laura‘ Ashbaugh, Beverly Jean Disher, Aylene Loughnan, and Mardeth Jacobs. CHLOE DICKENSON, Scribe. i For 599° l Lansingy by itself. Add Hydra-Made Drive and you have a line-up of modern advancements no other car can match! With Hydra-Matic Drive, gears shift automatically. There’s no clutch pedal in the car. You get quicker getaway, snappier response, smoother, open road cruising—and all at substantial savings on gasoline. Come in and join the modern swing—the Hydra-Matic way! 1 Fine-car features alone put Oldsmobile in a class I * HYDRA-MATIC DRIVE OPTIONAL AT EXTRA COST ‘ IS 0N-T0 l l Potluck Dinner l honors Winners ’who brought in the new member,. 1 erS- IGUdrun Skagenv and Mme .1 been secured for the occasion, in- leadél 0f the loserSTI‘lvaS yr? eluding Foster Lowell of Everett, Gemge Mccreary' ere “916 Thomas Laite, state represent— labout 40 present for the dinner. l CBSS. ’the Ruth Lodge No. 17 and see [have postponed their meeting from . . .. L ___1 Local Townsend Group to Sponsor District Meeting, With a large throng expectedl to be in attendance, a district! mass meeting will be held Sun- o 2: 3901A 0:0 6 9:: The losers of the recent Rebe- kah membership drive put on a potluck dinner Friday at the Odd Fellows Hall in honor of, the W111- dayy March 23 at Memorial Han ners. The table decorations clev- . P t . k ,by Townsend Club No. 3. erly carried out the St. a no s, The meeting will get under way metif' The leader or. the Winninglwith a noon luncheon and speak- side was Mrs. Alvma Mallows, ing will begin at 1:30 p. m_ Many prominent speakers have ative from Seattle and Guy Owen of Olympia. Musical selections and other entertainment will be interspersed with the speakers. Many from] surrounding districts will be in attendance and everyone is urgcdl to attend. 1 A regular lodge meeting followed at 7:30 with Mrs. Eula Martin presiding. Plans were made to attend the District meeting in April. Grapeview Community Club Holds Dinner Saturday The 7 o'clock dinner given by‘ the Ladies of the Grapeview Com- munity Club last Saturday eve- ning, March‘15 was a huge suc- Sunday Guests Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Sundsten and son Carl of Camp 5, enter-l Cards followed at 8:30 tamed at their home Sunday With, 'md prizes were won by the fol ‘a dinner for the following friends: I ‘ ‘Cl'ff ' ‘ ' . lowing: Mrs. Bin Ten, Don l and Shirley Kelly, Bill and D' . . .. . Drake of Shelton, Mrs. Sofus Han-‘ ‘Ck Chase' N” and M” Glenn’ sen of Stadium, Nestor Syrjola, Chase, all of Shelton and Jamosi and Sofus Hansen. The dOOI'l i Kelly, Jr. of Camp 5. prize was awarded to H. E. Peter— Amal‘anths To son. :Hold Meeting Laurel Court, Order of the, , 'Amaranth will hold a re ulal‘ . A M .. C. H. Grime t . {I fiftert'gn Sinai“, Guests r inleetlng Wednesday, March 18,I Mr. and Mrs_ C. H. Grunert em at the Masonic Temple beginning tertained Sunday at their home, at 8 p‘ m‘ with a dinner and family get—to- gether, honoring Mr. Grunert's parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Gru-' nert of Tacoma, Mr. and Mrs; William Christenson, Miss Myrt- le McHenry also of Tacoma and Mrs. Ethel Anderson and daugh-, ter Elaine of Olympia. { Rebekahs Visit . Olympia Lodge . The Shelton Rebekahs journey— ed to Olympia Wednesday to visit the initiation of new members, The local group chartered a bus ‘ to take them over. Twenty-seven) members from Shelton attended. ‘ l V.F.W. Sewing Club ' Holds Friday Meeting I The V.F.W. regular sewing club was held with Mrs. Charles Clark on the Olympia Highway Friday afternoon, March 14. There were nine members present and they seWed on curtains for the Memor- ial Hall. V.F.W. Post and Auxiliary Visit Bremerton Friday 1' The Post and Auxiliary of the Veterans of Foreign Wars travel- ed to Bremerton on Friday to visit the Bremerton Post and, Auxiliary at their regular meet-l ing. Those going from Sheltonv were Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Comp-1 ton, Mr. and Mrs. Elroy Nelson, Mr. and Mrs. Art Macke, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Springer and; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hickson. Daughters Of Pioneers Postpone Meeting I The Daughters of the Pioneers; Thursday to Friday at 2 p. m.,1 at Mrs. Minnie Myers, because of! the W-c-T'U- institute- liver daily: and our milk comes government approved cows, happ, Say It well fed. ‘ WITH FLOWERS They Bring Comfort and Happlness FUNERAL DESIGNS AND HOSPITAL BOUQUETS Delivered anywhere, anytime Travis Floral 81191) ~ Shelton Hardware Bldg. , Phone No woman. gram washiais' 1'0 010821103115! IT’S A SHORT, easy step up to Oldsmobile—a step you can take in stride! Come in and let us show you what little difference in price there is between deluxe model lowest-priced cars and the Olds Special Six. Then, take a trial drive and discover how much more-you get in Oldsmobile! Phone 114 . MELL CHEVROLET co. ‘ 1st Grove Tuesda spring sports and fun—when you_ your health with plenty of vitaml , milk each day. Order it from us: W w H] g l“ eetMrs' : l . lng V MASON CO. e 0.. M, STEAM LA rpm? 85 ‘ kw drquack ' . 188 E C We remove d’ em Harva and stains with $3f the w, rics are preserved“ 1‘. anc G We restore orlg' crings in clothe":II moving greasy 90'_ 0 Modern meth. perfectly and l5, trace of “cleaning 3 PHONE? MASON co STEAM LAU & DRY CLE