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Page Two — Wynooche Trapper Yields To Death August Mellick, 68, an old—time trapper of the upper VVynooche country, died Thursday in an Aberdeen hospital following an illness of two weeks. He was born in Cleveland, but came to ’Wash- ington as a youth. He lived near Matiock before being moved to the hospital, and was well-known in that district. He is survived by three broth— ers, Fred, John and Samuel, all of Cleveland. ESTATE DISTRIBUTED Judge John M. Wilson signed a decree of distribution and final discharge of the administratrix, Flossie N. Lynn, in the estate of Charles E. Lynn in superior court Saturday. The PRICE is RIGHT Why not Have the B E S T o ,l Federation Will "" Hold Its Spring 0’. o to S_(_)CIAL Double H Club Holds Meeting Mrs. Lawrence Burrell enter- tained at her home on Thursday, March 20, with a 1:30 dessert luncheon for the Double H Club. Two tables of contract were in — l l l On April 8th, in the Methodist Church in Shelton, the Mason County District Federation of Women’s Clubs will hold their . annual’spring meeting. Owing to play With Mrs. E. B. Sutton and , c g Mrs. Lantz Wiss winning. honors, [the mums of MTS- Earl RlebOW. Mrs. Bill Dickie won the gallop-ldlStht PTGSIdent. She has asked ing goose. The hostess presentederS- *Fred Shortv correspondlhg each member and the guest, Mrs. Isecre'varyv ’30 assume the chair- . , lmanshi for the da . t, th 3. corsa e p. . . y 3:351:23]; Elgggfs. W1 g ' The district is pleased to an- nounce that on the morning pro— Engagement Announced gram) Mrs- James. LOtdeseH, 0f Mrs. Annie Texido of Lilliwaup,'sequ1mv Past PYGSIdent. 0f. the announces the engagement of her lNashington State Federation of daughter Violet McMillan, to Dav- Women 5 Clubs. and herself a id M. Black of Pekin, Illinois. The [glelgilicewgnarfifgilly 9110 g - lgress," the talk featured at the iState Convention in Yakima last Rebekahs To Hold June. Mrs. Lotzgesell will also Meeting; Friday conduct a “Question Box,” on. The Rebekahs will hold their titled “Information Please,” so regular meeting at 7:30 at the I. that any. 01‘ all clubs may pre~ 0.0.F. Hall Friday evening. The SB“ Pertinent questions in regard outside and inside uardians will-t0 Federated C1115 Work. serve the luncheon.g i The feature 0f the afternoon Iprogram will be an address, “Val- . ues That Endure." by Mrs. George Lachlan McPhail Has Benoit, of Seattle, a past state Meeting April 8 SHELTON-MASON COUNTY JOURNAL [Annual Daffodil AlBiw'ea—kdownFo—r i Festival S t a rt s } Collection 0 f g In Puyallup Areal Tacoma, March 24. a The] EffeCtiVe M Eighth Annual Daffodil Festival, it held each year in Tacoma, Puy- allup, and Sumner, Washington, got under way Saturday, March 22, with the coronation of Miss Pauline Martin, 18-year-old Sum- ! Tokens sales of less than 30 cents. New Sales Taxl ay 1, 1941, the Re-t tail Sales Tax will be 3per cent. Tokens will be used only onl The l bracket system which will be usedl 0“ and after May 1941‘ for 001' lducted at 1:30 o'clock Wednesday ner high school graduate who this lecting this tax is as follows: week is known as Queen Pauline 3 .05 to 3 .14 Collect 1 Token I. Approximately 300 people were .15 to .29 __ Collect 2 Tokens crammed into the Puyallup Civic ,30 to 49 ______ __ Collect 1 Cent Auditorium to witness the corona- .50 to .84 Collect Cents tion ceremony, the most eventfuli .85 to 1,14 ____ ,_ Collect 3 Cents gone in many years. , 1.15 to 1.49 .... ._ Collect 4 Cents The coronation started off a 1.50 to 1.84 ---- ~- C0118“ 5 Cents week of festivities, most spectu- 1.85 to 2.14 COlleCt 6 Cents cular of which are the Daffodil 2.15 to 2.49 .... .. Collect 7 Cents Festival parade on Saturday, 2.50 to 2.84 .... .. Collect 8 Cents March 29, and the important Dar-i 2.85 to 3.14 .... .. Collect 9 Cents fodil Exhibit at Sumner high 3.15 to 3.49 Collect 10 Cents school gymnasium, where between: Tokens will be issued by the 400 and 500 different Varieties of state Tax Commission of the daffodils will be on display. Many of the blooms will be shown for the first and only time. Some of the flowers are from almost price- .less bulbs, while others are from ordinary garden variety bulbs. This exhibit is the only one of l same size as the present tokens, but made of plastic which can be used in money—count- ing machines. tokens will be 1/3 of a cent each ——or 3 tokens for one penny. You will note from the above material , The value of these its kind in America, and Will DrOb‘ bracket schedule that tokens will ' Luella Williams ' Yields To Death After 85 Years Yielding to an illness of several Jinonths, Mrs. Luella Frances Wil— ~liams, 85, died Sunday at the home of her daughter, Mrs. B. T. McGuire, 606 Cota street. Funeral services will be con- lafternoon from the Witsiers Chap- lel with Dr. Robert Brumblay, lMethodist pastor, conducting. The libody will be sent to Humboldt, Illinois, for burial in the family iplot there. i Mrs. Williams had lived in Shel- -ton for the past six years. She was born at West Union, Ohio, on October 2, 1855. Surviving in addition to Mrs. cGuire are a son, Walter VVil- liams, Humboldt, Ill.; a second ldaughter, Mrs. Dorothy Weenn, Galesburg, Illinois; a sister, Mrs. Nancy Cooper, Clarksville, Iowa; .ninc grandchildren, and three great grandchildren. l M I EEagles Program New Baby Daughter Inquire, Then You’ll Buy Modern CONCRETE BRICK and MASONRY UNITS Lachlan McPhail, at Beach, Cal., of the birth of an 81/2—pound girl to them on igaret McPhail, now deceased. ,Friends of the family that lived here in early days when they op- will be glad to know of the addi- tion to “Lachie‘s” family. EXECUTRIX APPOINTED Mrs. Rhea Ruth Howard was appointed executrix of the estate SHELTON CONCRETE PRODUCTS Seventh St. Bridge Phone 123 day. GBI Your Vitamins This Thrifty Way . . vvvvvvvvvvvvi'vaVvvv‘ VITAMINS, A and D erated the old Commercial Hotel,t president of the American Legionl Auxiliary, and a former Shelton resident, who will be well remem— Word has been received from bered for her church club and P.- Pacific IT, A, ' Work. At the present time, [she 15 carrying on a heavy speak- St- iinglassignment on “The Mother‘s Patrick’s Day, named Margaret [Influence Susan after his mother. Mrs. Mal“ tion,” for the Seattle Council of on Character Educa- Pal‘ent—Teacher AssOciations, and it“ is only because of the Seattle ,spring vacation falling at this time that a speaker of Mrs. Be- ]noit's ability is available to us. The general public is urged to lattend either or both of these .sessions, as Well as the luncheon lat noon which will be served at ia. nominal charge. of her mother, the late Hattie. E. The annual election of officers Garfield, as the will was admitted Will take place during the noon to probate by Judge John M. hour. iWilson in superior court Satur-i l Ii Mikhail-J llCENSES l l Oliver G. Morris, 26, Shelton, {and Niles Davis, 21, Tacoma, at iShelton, March 21. Dale King, 21, Kingston, Wash, and Margaret Geier, 18, South- ably be the only one in the world this year. Visitors come from all over the country just to see the various varieties on display. Besides exhibition daffodils there will be over 100 displays of daffo- dils, tulips, and bulbous iris. This exhibit will be open from 9 a. m. to 10 p. m. both Saturday and ‘Sunday, March 29 and 30. l The Daffodil Parade on Satur- ;day the 29th starts in Tacoma at [10 a. m., in Puyallup at 1 p. m., and in Sumner at 2:30 p. m. It will be the most colorful parade in the history of the Festival, and a greater number of entries will appear than have appeared in any previous Daffodil Parade. The concluding event of the Festival, which is advertised as going from “sea level to ski level,” will be the Northwest In- ter-Collegiate Ski Races on Mt. Rainier, Sunday, Marcll 30. Wee—V'JExhii—iii Report Given To 100 Parke-Davis Haliver Oll capsules .......................... ..$1-29 “forth Wash. at Shelton March 250 Parke-Davis Haliver Oil Capsules .......... .. 2.59 ’22 I 250 Squibb Adex Tablets ...... "331.98 80’s 1.33 i l Hoodsport, March 22. The 100 Lilly Hepicoleum Globules ................... -- , V Hood Canal women’s Club met 5 cc Upjohn Super D Concentrate ......... .. ~77 BUILDING NEW GARAGE on Thursday in the club rooms at 30 cc Upjohn Super D Concentrate .... .. 2.98 Hugo S€1P01d, McKinley andgthe Hoodsport school. The reg- 10 CC Mead's Oleum Percomorphum .67 Stfevgns StYCQtSi was Issued alular 13115111955 session was featur- 50 cc Mead's Oleum Percomorphum .............................. .. 2.67 giwltmlq’aesgergtaiigohggé ed by a most satisfactory report y l d t mg g on the Weaver's Exhibit recently , VITAMINSAL‘B and “1119 3312;- held, and the club voted thanks 50 Upjohn Cerelexin Compoqu Tablets ...................... ..$1.34 GIRL BORN TODAY to Mrs. Briggs and her hard- 200 Upjohn Cerelexin Compound Tablets .. 4.59 ML and Mrs‘ Carl Morgan of working COmmlttce. 100 Squibb 61%; gr. Brewer's Yeast Tablets . .49 Shelton became parents of a baby After lunCheon, the SPOUP ad- 500 Squibb 61/2 gr. Brewer‘s Yeast Tablets .. 1.49 daughter born at Shelton hospital Journed t0 the stage of the gym- 25 Squibb B Complex Vitamin Capsules .. .98 I ,today, naSium. where the garden depart- S-oz. Squibb B Complex Vitamin Syrup .......................... .. 1.98 _~Wg ment presented an hours program BABY BOY ARRIVES 9f films which was greatly on- VITAMINS A; 0'; D; , Mr. and Mrs. Ed Strankman of' 30321921,, bg’ .YIS‘thSl £91100} Children 100 Lilly Gelseals Hepicebrin .................................... ..$4.7o Seattle, former Shelton residentslias“ due“ M‘gorgmd StPeCial chanks 100 Lilly Globules Hepicoleum Compound . 2.97 became parents of a baby son Linsco'tt fo‘r th'gqrplfls Sr and Mrs- ‘25 Abbott’s Vita Kaps .......... .., ........... .. .,.,1._27,.,,;. born at Sheltguyihospitalfiunday.hing Off the ffln‘ls 01]“ $335,331.53; e z: to 250 Parke-Davis Abdol with Vitamin C 9.69 M“ and Mrs- Edwm Holmes.“ . . . . Route 1, Shelton, became parents , 5O Squibb Pargran 5 Vitamin Perles .. 2.54 100 s uibb Par ran Vitamin Perles a 469 Of a baby daughter born at the ‘1 g """""""""""""" " ' lShelton hospital Sunday. C A L E N D A VITAMINS A; B) D; RECEIVthTTlfifirMENT 25 Parke-Davis ABDOL Vitamin‘Capsules .................. ..$ .89 Roy Kavanaugh, Kimbel Log— , , 100 Parke-Davis ABDOL Vitamin Capsules .. 2.69 ging company, Purl Jemison, WEDNESDAYFAC “3’6 Club 250 Parke-Davis ABDOL Vitamin Capsules .. 5.67 Simpson Logging.Co., Joe Yeager mner fietmgi 6' 0 11 mo 25 Squibb High Potency ABDG Capsules _.9a of Lilliwaup, R. R. Phillips, Simp— Sheltont to 81’ f followed by 100 Squibb High Potency ABDG Capsules 2.98 son Logging company. and Art femoffshrt? 1°“ 0. Operam“ .Of 250 Squibb High Potency ABDG Capsules ......... .. 5.39 Mallon. Rayonier employe. were hirfi 1g mg eqmpment at my 80 Squibb Adex Yeast'Tablets .......... ...98 250s.......... 2.39 admitted to Shelton hospital fern";L AY H d treatment, the last three yester- URSD _ 0°. . Canal day, Kavanaugh on Sunday, and] Sportsmens Assocxation March Jemison last Saturday. mfietllngi 8 1" m‘i HOOdSPOrt __ sc 00. F I R Flower Caused Panic THURSDAY—Red. Cross Chap' 3 A flower-once caused a financial Egirtlgg;§: meetmg’ 8 p‘ m" Afradime Pharmacis' Rirhard E. Greri‘oer anic in Holland when the full mar- _ Alaqs‘in Attendant; R.Ph.’G. q p p THURSDAY Commemlal lea- and»: SW05 WWO“! III-q q-‘E ‘l 5 .I’ i, J' .‘ 'f'pilu‘x An animal: ‘-Ll‘- >5 lUXl moons or towssr—onlczo CARS Swmc? It’s a regular pa- s?” rade ! Former buyers of low- est-priced cars by the thou- sands are discovering that Oldsmobile is easily within their reach. It’s such a lit- tle step up in dollars, they find, from do luxe model lowest priced makes to the luxurious Olds Special Six—and such a great stride forward in styling, size, quality and features to own an,01dsmobile. Why ‘ not join the swing yourself to the Style-Leading, top- performing Six of them all? The big Olds Special, you’ll find, will put no strain on your budget. Come in, and let’s talk details! MELL CHEVROLET COMPANY l lOO-H. P. 6-Cylindor Econo-Moshr Engine ll9-lnch Wheelbase - Biggor, Roomior Body by Fishor ‘ Now Inferior luxury ' 4-Coil Spring Rhythmic mo ' Famous Olds Quality Throughout. (Low-Priced Olds Special Also Avoiloblo on a "0-". P. Eight of Slightly Higher Price.) *llydlo-Mofic Dfivo—No Clvlcll to Press, No Goon lo Skiff-Optional at Extra .Cosl. ket collapsed in the Seventeenth cen- tury. -~___ gue bowling, 8 p. m., bowling alleys. —-_._.. ,out of luck for a payment. These 1 l l i 1 i | I lent enrollments indicate that the. Enjoyed Despite Crimp In Plans lonly be used on sales of less than 130 cents. This will eliminate the Use of tokens, as compared with our present system, by better, than 90 per cent If you do not’ Despite the failure of the ad- have any sales 0? less than 30,Vertised Seattle entertainment CCUtS, then you Will not 1150 anir'iprogram to arrive, through no i One good thing calls for an- other. Many interesting things Were learned at the Vineyard tour at Grapeview, but because of an [tokens as the bracket Systemifault of the Shelton aerie, last Shows you W1“ be COlleCtlng Pen- {night’s Eagles meeting proved of 11188 only. E l lhigh entertainment to the big Kamp CS 'crowd which turned out. Amount of Sale: $1.05, Collect 30: A conflict in dates which was figgugg 3; 83393 I: in no way the fault of the Shelton Amoiint of Sale: $3.25’Collict 10clame resume-d -m some laSt mm- - i, ute pinch hitting being done by stigma?aifisaniinfé‘r‘ilusis“5323‘ Bismci Stan-3g“ him” ME“;- i ur o enlno. is own rie gested that you turn same in toltalk plus the entertainment Sup- the localROfflce63:g tlsle ‘fngCOIn- I plied for several muSlCians he mlSSlon, 00m , m1 OWGT. .brou ht alon saved the da . This Bureau will let. you know} 30%;“; 1'50 gEagies and 3t’heir wgilen thedpetw t0k€nS Vigil be availé | friends turned out for the occas- a e so a you can 6 prepare ion, enjoying an organized ot- to collect the 3 per cent Retailhuck dinner arranged by {he Sales Tax_on_ the new braCketlEagles Auxiliary to close the system beginning May 1, 1941- levelling. A class of candidates t The Rplestéind Filegitilationi pt?- ifor membership was initiated as alnlng 0 e CO ec ion 0 8 part of the program, Retail Sales Tax remain the same. George Adams was named chair- ——-—— man of two coming Eagles events, . one their annual Mother’s Day program May 11 in the Paramount V, d T Theatre, the other the annual pic- . I .nic for the Schoolboy Patrol, no S ,datc for which has yet been chos- i en. Slate-d Thursday iArt Blehl Plays ‘ In. All-N.W. Prep incapacitated ferry a number of ‘N? Harstine Island growers failed to imake the tour. They, too, have’ _ ' something to Show and tell about ACCOmPamEd by DICk Berg, for“ for the highest yield per acre of mer Shelton school music teach- grapes was obtained last year by er, now Montesano music instruc- an Island grower. ,tor, Arthur Biehl, ,Shelton’s talen- I J. J. Johnson who has carried ted student clarinet player, leaves; ion a good fertilizer management here Thuroday evening for SP0“ lprogram during the past four or Kane to 301“ the all'NorthWESt lfive years obtained a yield of EighthhEOI Eand finch WEE“ 5133;, “over 10 ton per acre. Harstine 9 DC 31118 1151C es “’3 lIsland growers as well as others saturday and Sunday at the around the county are interested NorthweSt MUSiC Educators’ Con- to know how to produce such fereflce' . ' crops. 4 Blehl 15 one of 220 members In order that others may hear chosen from Washington, Oregon, M1, Johnson,s program explained Idaho, Montana, British Columbia a tour will be held on the Island aild AlaSka for the All'NorthWeSt ion Thursday, March 27 at 130 high school band. The band will ; mittee will be appointed. Tuesday, March lPrep Tolo Draws 203 Paid Couples With 203 couples paying admis- sions, the annual Sophomore Class Tolo Friday in the senior high school social rooms was a big success. Music was furnished by Cliff l Kelly’s Royal Blues orchestra with a “Shipwreck and Desert Island” motif carried out in decorations. Prep party—goers are already ,dated up for another dance, the lGirls Athletic Association “ging- lham swing," which will be held this coming Friday evening in the senior high social hall. W. S. C. Professor Talks To Seniors H. H. Irwin, assistant professor of mathematics at Washington Estate College, Spoke to seniors and class leaders at Irene S. Reed high school Monday morning. He paid the annual visit W.S.C. schedules for one of its" faculty members at Irene S. Reed high school. Drunkenness Results In $10 Fine For Man Arrested at Twanoh State Park Saturday night by State Patrol- man Cliff Aden, John L. Cole of Bremerton was fined $10 and costs by Justice M. C. Zintheo yester- day on a charge of appearing in a public place in a drunk and dis- orderly and maudlin condition. Matlom V For Lack of License Operating his car without li- cense plates cost Del Adams of Matlock $10 and costs when ar- l‘raigned before Justice M. C. Zin- theo Saturday following Adams' arrest Friday by State Patrolman Cliff Aden at Matlock. YoutlTIn Stolen Car Apprehended In Kelso Sheriff Gene Martin was called to Kelso today to take custody of a Shelton junior high student and a car he is alleged to have stolen from the used car lot of the Shel- ton Motor Company yesterday. The boy’s identity was not cer— tain when Sheriff Martin left. A radio alarm spread yesterday af— ter the theft 'of the car was re- ported to the Mason County sher- iff’s office by R. B. Dickey, pro— lprietor of the motor company, re- l\sulted in the capture of the boy and the car by Cowlitz county authorities. Pension Union Meets At Hoodsport Sunday A Washington Old Age Pension Union meeting will be held at the Hoodsport gymnasium Sunday, March 30 at 1 o’clock. A pot luck lunch will be served and all friends of the pension movement are invited. Officers for 1941 will be elected and a grievance com- ‘p. m. The tour will start at the J. be led by Lollis G- Wersen of Ta‘ ’J. Johnson place and also include coma and Wm broadcast on NBC! the Ed Wilson place. Mr, Johnson goast-to—coast network next Sun-i is growing Crimson Clover and, ay between 8.30.and 9 p. m. I Mr. Wilson has vetch as cover and; Selection to this group is re- green manure crops .garded as the highest honor that loan come to high school band . . ‘students in the Northwest, April 1 Deadline For Farmers, 4-H Chinese Artists , Para Clubs, Remember: mount Show April 1 means more than just Offering one of the most un- April.Fool’s Day to some farm-l usual groups ever to appear on it's stage, the local Paramount ers and 4-H Club members of Ma- son County. It means that any- Theatre in featuring the Sinn farmers who have not returned Family tonight and tomorrow (Tuesday and Wednesday) in a their application for payment for‘ the 1940 A.C.P. program will be program of singing, dancing and novelty events. The Sinn Family, all Chinese” consist of nine members all ages, who offer a musical treat in or- chestrations, beautiful costumes, lovely songs, peppy dances and side splitting comedies. Because of the high cost ofl bringing this quality productionl to Shelton, Gus Graf, manager ofl the Paramount has announced as very slight increase in price,= were sent from the extension of- fice in February but a few have still not been returned. Those who have the applications are advised to return them even tho the cost of the phosphate is in excess of the total amount earned. If they are not returned, credit is not allowed for even the use of the phosphate. To 4-H club members April 1 means that enrollments are clos- ed for the 1941 club year. Pres- mount advertisement on page three of tonights Journal. total will be just $11 than last year. i ' Please attend to these matters immediately, advises County Ae- ent Okerstrom, for we do not' want any April Fools in the crowd. ' 'Ten Shelton Girls , i Enjoy GAA Playday Ten members of the Girls Ath- 1 letic Association at Irene S. Reed ' high school, led by Miss Lois Hos- kins, faculty advisor and, girls physical education instructor, at- tended the annual Southwest Washington G.A.A. play day at Centralia last Saturday. lg The group included Nita Op- lpelt, Helen Holman, Jean Plem- Their first annual banquet at- l onsi Marie Yarri Betty Lou MaCke'i tracted 16 members of the Shel-iJean Elliptti Pat Bradleyi Gert” ton Camera Club to Clar-Mel Inn rude Viger’ Helen Landersi and on Hood Canal last night where a Donna HOffman' highly enjoyable evenin was ‘ . ~““ spent. g ! Recovery Begins With Melvin Bearden, Hood Canal’sl most noted contribution to art,l led a criticism of the prints sub-‘ I mitted for' the second annual. Mrs' Edna oconnor 0f BlaCk' ,Diamond found her old stam in fiimffi, Iguse 22:33:11}? grounds in Shelton the key topreéfl ton Library. 8 e lturning health last week whenl , he came here to sta with her After that Bearden painted two 1 s' y ' pictures, one a brush sketch 0 ISlSteI‘, Mrs. Velma Baldwm, at f, B l i ' Mt. Rainier, the other a pallett l every Heightsiumisle 31321121513 . , 9‘ cin from an kmfe drawmg 0f Goat Mountain! " notgseem to shake while at Black Diamond. which iwere- raffled off with, funds geing into the club’s treas-, Mrs Ovconnor showed improve- ent the first day she arrived ury. Mrs. Ben Briggs won the?m former, Doane Brodie the latter. there and has been improving h grade at ‘ £10, is back in the fourt WILL 1N PROBATE iis back in the fourth' grade at i Bordeaux. Earl F. Kneeland petitioned for: letters of testamentary as execut-i DAUGHTER ARRIVES or of the estate of Winnifred G.{ A baby daughter was born to Kneeland as the will was entered Mr. and Mrs. Charles Evers of in probate in superior court Sat- Route 1. Elma. at Shelton hospi- ul‘day by Judge John M. Wilson. tfll Sunday. ghtly less which may be found in the Para- Return To Shelton ‘,4 l l l l a .. “DO I STEP? Do I get around?_Y'ou said 8,, . full! Fact is, I do 4 jobs at onCe—the 53' motor gets going! Four jobs at once! If Ya had windows you’d see me . . . -- , ‘ s. 1 Women’s day’ M Cor . __/ Officers elected Cross women’s last Thursday’5 " Mrs. Myron Lund ’ Ralph Paulsom Mary Shelton, 311 Ralph Pigg, lieut The next mee. will be this even o’clock in the junlo'SOnagoon. ium. All womcIl ydr'm rs. invited. . at i A} . Mrs. Ma night, Ma If you Wish to H, won by W to ’I‘ell~—Journal Mrs. mg: - nHuI-St anti .. .r ‘ Ext meetn The Abstr “' “a Hur . .n Worm;l Mason ; tice new: ._ Sheltom A. 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