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Shelton Mason County Journal
Shelton, Washington
March 27, 1941     Shelton Mason County Journal
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Page Two Red Cross Meeting At Courthouse Tonight W'ith further detailed discussion of its disaster relief organization , to be the principal business, the Mason County Red Cross chapter holds its March meeting in the county courthouse at eight o’clock] with Chairman Myron Lund pre- social and dance at the siding. All persons who enrolled in the chapter during the roll call drive, last fall are eligible and are urged to participate in chapter business affairs. A Vacant B-mse Won‘t Pay Taxes . . Advertise It! PA Fri-Sat, March 28-29 yiugaaug FRANK MORGAN A MmGoldwyn-Mayu Pinion —_ RAMOUNT THEATRE Shelton, Wash. \\ .H . Sunday to Wednesday MARCH 30 to APRIL 2 incl. WALLACE BEERY IMEMELW .. ANT” 9 Plus “TRAIL OF THE SILVER SPURS” Agate Plans Big Basket Social, Dance Saturday By Mrs. Mary Matthes Agate, March 26. v A basket Agate Grange Hall Saturday night is looked forward to by all as a pleasant night of fun, so don’t forget to pack your basket and be there. The Boy Scouts of Troop No. 10 of Shelton, enjoyed an outing with Mr. Bantham, Scout Master of Troop No. of Agate, at his home from Friday night to Sun- day evening. A Wiener roast was enjoyed and a jolly time on the Grindrod Beach, before re- turning to Shelton. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Hovind and son returned home after a week’s visit at Puyallup with Mrs. Ho- vind’s parents. Mr. and Mrs. E. Hawkinson spent the weekend with their daughter and husband at Kirk- land. ' Mrs. P. York was hostess to the sewing club at her home Tuesday, with a quilting party. A few of the ladies 'Were unable to come due to illness. A pleas- ant day was spent and delicious refreshments were served before departing. Those present were: Mrs. E. Mott, Mrs. E. Hawkinson, Mrs. E. Vanderwal, Mrs. M. Rood! Mrs. G. Rood, Mrs. E. Garrison and the hostess Mrs. P. York. Mr. and Mrs. E. Nickolson spent Thursday visiting at the C. P. Grindrod home. Mrs. M. Matthes visited with Mr. and Mrs. A. Howarth and family Sunday. They are mak- ing many improvements on the place, and have planted a large number of grapes. The How- arths purchased the George Wiss place the past year. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Leads and children Of Winthrop, Wash. have taken up residence in Agate, on the O’Connor place. They brought a large herd of dairy cows with them, and expect to develop a large dairy farm in the future. We all give them a .hardy wel- come in our community. Mr. and Mrs. H. Welch enjoyed the visit of some old friends last Sunday at their home. Those pres- ent were: Captain and Mrs. F. G. Scot, Mrs. D. Bogl, Mr. R. Saun- ders of Seattle, and Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Kraw of Soap Lake. JOURNAL Want Ads are used by of your scores friends MARCH l3 ' ‘ KGY'S Moving Day extended; to everyone to visit KGY’s new Studios and Offices located in Radio Center in the new Rock- 12 KGY'S New Dis] Setting way B'ldg., corner of State and Washington Streets, Olympia. 'Grapeview. Harstine Island Doings Reported .. By Della Goetsch Harstine Island, March 26. Miss Helen Glaser, Miss Nellie! Harriman, Lester Johnson, Harold Flaten and Bud Glaser made up a party which attended the T010 dance last Friday evening at) the high school gymnasium ini Shelton. ‘ 5 Mrs. Hattie Stowers, who has been in Chicago for the winter,1 returned home Sunday evening. Mrs. Gertrude Howard drove to Seattle to meet Mrs. Stowers and bring her to the island. The Women’s Club will meet April 3 at the home of Mrs. Arlo Wingert. County Nurse, Miss Florencei Smith, visited the Harstine school one day last week. The Harriman young people,‘ Clyde and Nellie, visited over the weekend at the Pacific Beach home of their sister and brother- in-law, the Albert Otterstads. Mr. and Mrs. Theo Waite and} Mr. and Mrs. W. Snow of Seat- tle were on the island Sunday toi assist officials of the,P.U.D. in establishing the right of way across their summer home prop- erties for the power line, work on which is expected to begin very, soon. . Mr. and Mrs. George Carlson and the children, Adella and Bernard, of Pickering, combined business with pleasure in a trip to the island on Tuesday. . Andrew G. Johnson, who has* been ill at the Shelton hospital,‘: is staying for a time at the home 1 of his sister, Mrs. Anna Erick- son, at Allyn. Mrs. Erickson and: Mr. Johnson were on the islandi on Sunday to look after the John-l son pet cats. | Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Page and! the children returned .to the is-' land on Sunday after spending a. few days at their former home; at Natches. They brought ai trailer load of household goods back with them to supplement the i meager camping outfit with which they have been keeping house on‘ the George Carlson place since. coming here several weeks ago.‘ At the home of Mr. and Mrs, Hugo A. Glaser over the weekend were Pete Verot of Shelton and Vester Farrell of Bremerton. Mr. and Mrs. Chapin Foster and the children of Chehalis, and Dr. and Mrs. Ben Briggs of Shelton visited the homes of the Hitch- cocks Sunday. Mrs. Wilbert Jacobson and daughter, Donna, of Randle, came to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Jacobson Saturday for a visit of a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Carlson and Dorothy, also John Simons, spent Sunday as guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Sund at. Miss Elna Carlson and a party of V friends from Seattle, svisited relatives on the island Sunday. Former islanders who visited their island homes over the week- end included Mr. and Mrs. Mar- tin Goetsch and son, John Lee, and Mr. and Mrs.‘ Sundius John- son, all of Olympia. Guests over the weekend at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wilson were Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Hou— sen and the children of Grape- view. ' Mr. and Mrs. Charles Allison of Seattle spent Saturday night and Sunday at their summer home at The Maples. M‘ ,sh..._._a__.___.__~ tor $23.50 per year in advance. SHELTON-MASON 0%;er JOURNAL SHELTON-MASON COUNTY JOURNAL Conso!idated with The Shelton Independent I Entered as second-class matter at the posiol'i‘ici- at Hlli'lltlli, \V'Iishingion Subscription Rates: 1 BY MAIL: in Mason (‘ounty (oulsiiii- oi' Slivliun 0in mail eurriir districts) $2 per year; 6 months, 31.25: 3 months. 77w. [Foreign $3.30 [)wl‘ yc-zlr. l’oslal regulations forbid residents of Shelton served by 0in mail carriir froml receiving their Journal by mail. BY JOURNAL CARRIER: in Shelton, 23¢ pvr month (collected by carricrH Published every Tuesday and Thursday afternoon i GRANT C. ANGLE . Editor as; ANGLE Manager J. Member Of “'ashinglon Newspaper l’ublishcrs‘ Association and National Editorial Association. WHY NOT SHIP BUILDING? out of the huge. spending program for national: defense which is being scattered broadcast over! only present prospect is for the improvement of' its airport along with numerous other such ports over the state. Grays Harbor which is in much the same lack of federal interest is working out a plan for build— ing some of the hundreds of ships, large and small! for which the government is advancing funds and‘ giving out contracts; recalling the era of wooden ships of which the Harbor built several in the last war. Shelton is an ideal location for the building of small vessels, tugs, trawlers and mine-sweep- ers, with its several acres of filled grounds and near sawmills which could turn out all the fin— ished materials required on short notice; away! from the congestion of the cities for labor andi for living quarters. i It may be agreed that conditions are notl altogether pleasing for the investment of capital in new industries, likely to be followed with new labor problems, and more or less uncertainty of profit after the government taxing is cared for; yet there will be several years ahead of heavy shipbuilding to supply present urgent needs not to speak of the demand to rebuild the lost mer- chant marine which has been sunk. This looks like now being urged, and it is worthy of consideration. HOUSING PROJECT FOR SHELTON better housing and will be even more needful be fore the season is far advanced it is doubtful if the situation in this community would justify seeking a Federal Housing Project as is being done in some places and has been suggested here. Shelton is not suffering so badly as yet to call in federal aid when plenty of local funds should be available for new homes here, and thus keep the normally expected business in the hands of local finance and material dealers, contractors, ,real estate and workmen. Building a flock of stock houses too far in advance of the needs and thus discouraging pri» vate investment, with perhaps a sad aftermath, Mrs. August Carlson, Mr. and Mrs. F‘red S. Wright and Mr. and Mrs. Reinhart Goetsch called at Ithe Pickering home of the George 40 y . . . Tune to KGY for Special Features Saturday and M onday [Carlsons on Friday. Sportsmen In Session At Hoodsport Tonight The March meeting of the Hood Canal Sportsmen Ass‘n will be held this evening in the Hoodsport gym starting at eight o’clock. Reports of the club’s delegates to the quarterly State Sports Council meeting in Seattle last weekend will be one of the main details of business. Mm Phones 303 . a 555 SIEP u? Kill wmi I'll L5 0 VetichIOme for all-around snapshooting; Panatomic-X 9‘? . KODAK Fl‘ for fine grain negative: that yield splendid enlargements; Super-XX for snapshots at night with photo lamps; These great Kodak Films will add to the scope of your camera. and prov duce a wider variety of pictures for you; They’re all featured at our camera counter: . Film -. Developing lit 8 prints -plus FREE en- : largement. 5rosacco “Regular 'Spuds 2 for 25¢ . Discontinqu . '1-Ih. Model ...... .- 69¢ . 1~ib.Velvet 79¢ , il-lb.Geo. Wash. 59¢ ' 10¢ Model 3 for 25¢ ' 18¢ {Bugler for 25¢ . Bull Durham 6/25¢ 5¢ Top 6 for 25¢ Formaldehyde 7 may Qt. 50¢ Pt. 29¢ RubAlcohol“ 12;: z.- Ice nautical! run. QUAR'T Mlllffill oil . 4th & Railroad We Deliver . SIZE 89: Saunas 5031133 linen; 0"- mm _ Pint Size 59: lentil/Plum . l‘ 4omnmx 98¢ , , Save 184 on this Economy Pack- I age...40 Tanian gives 4 months’ I supply of this modern, hygienic, I internally-warn type of sanitary I protection. l I it. such as has followed. such federal aid in other places and in past crises, is not substantial town [building nor insurance for future. Individual home building and interest is the solution for current needs and would be encour- aged by easier money available to those who [would build homes for, themselves, if within ireach; but mass building which would increase Icosts of finished homes, even if financed with ifederal aid, would discourage private investment Iand do more harm than good. DESTIN ED FOR THE PARK The testimony park superintendent, that the government does lnot intend to add the Queets corridor and the beach strip, which are being acquired by Score ., tary lakes of the interior department in the guise of a public works recreational project, to the park lrepresents, without doubt, Mr. Macy’s conviction, lbut unless they are to beadded to the park, there iis no point in acquiring them. Whether they ladded to the park or not, the lands and their re~ isourcesare to be withdrawn from use, and in that ‘sense, they might as well be in the park as out of The Queets corridOr cuts Off the Olympic {peninsula from Grays Harbor —— it bars access Ifrom the south, except such access as Mr. Ickes is pleased to grant. If the corridor is not to be added to the park, the Harbor has a right to as— sume... that its acquisition well may have been de- signed as a punishment to the Harbor for its oppo- sition to the creation of the unwarrantedly large national park. If that is not the reason and if there is no intention to add the corridor and the beach strip to the park, then what can have been the purpose in the government’s acquiring the lands? And how are the corridor and the beach strip to-be administered? Why, by the parks bu- reau, so far as the available information goes, of the interior department. They may not be added formally to the park, but to all intents and pur— poses, they are part of the park. As for a recrea-' tional area, the government has in the park more than 800,000 acres of recreational area; it doesl not need the 50,000 acres of the Queets corridor and the beach strip. We do not question Mr. Macy’s words or good faith, but we have no doubt that the corridor and the beach strip Will be added to the park in due! season. We belieVe that is the intent of Mr. Ickes, lwhatever he has told Mr. Macy. —- Aberdeen lWorld. 'Case of Port Orchard. 1ily of Pickering were ‘ levening callers at the home of Mr. ‘ the land for more or less useful purposes, anditsl the best prospect for Shelton to share in an in-} dustry that offers as much hope for profit as any! i Mrs. lAnna Smith were visitors {Potlatch at the Seattle Flower of Preston Macy, Olympic. are ' w—a- News Breviti‘es IlO-Team Doubles From Potlatchg League Gets Off I By Elizabeth IIussman and ‘ Mildred Woodworth Potla’tch, March 26. «a Mr. and‘ Mrs, Fred Compton and family. spent the weekend with Mr. Compton’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Rempel and fam- ‘ Saturday and Mrs. Reader. Sunday visitors of the Kenneth Simmons’ were Mr. and Mrs. R. Johnson and daughter Esther of Tacoma. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Gallagher of Tacoma were the weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Woodworth. George Balcom, both of Bremer- ton were Sunday afternoon call- ers at the Woodworth home. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Smith and tiny daughter Nancy Lee visited friends in Everett on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Asleson spent the weekend in Bremerton where they visited Mr. and Mrs. Ted Asleson. Mason County has as yet received nothing Miss Patricia Levar and Mr.i Jim‘ Sisley of Bremerton was at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. Sisley of Potlatch on Sat— I urday. Mr. and Mrs. Kirkebo and daughter Joan and Shirley Sagen all of Tacoma, were the Sunday afternoon guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jacobson. ‘ Mr. and Mrs. Kay and family were weekend guests in Kenny- dale. Wash. Jean Briggs spent Saturday in IChehalis and Centralia with the G.A.A. team. Miss Francis Lanning was re- cently elected secretary in the Queen‘s Guard, honorary fencing club at the University of Wash- ing‘ton. Mr. and Mrs. I. J. Gronvold and Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Healey spent Sunday afternoon visiting friends in Bremerton. Mr. D. P. Hale of Tacoma was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Hale of Camp B., over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Daughty and daughter Virginia, Mr. and Mrs. Tulluson and Miss Hanson spent Sunday evening visiting Mr. land Mrs. I. J. Gronvold. Mr. and Mrs. Tompkins and son Donald, visited relatives in Tacoma on Sunday. They also drove to Puyallup and vicinity and saw the daffodil fields. George Sisley and Mrs. from 1 Show on Sunday. Skokomisli‘nuntifig While Shelton is now in need for more andi Ground Bill Signed Signature of Gov. Arthur B. Langlie placed upon the measure Tuesday made official and final the designation of certain acre- age on the Skokomish River delta as public duck hunting grounds, according to advices from Olym- pia. A similiar public hunting area was also set up in Skagit county. A third measure of interest to sportsmen which Gov. Langlie signed Tuesday makes it a gross misdemeanor to fix any sporting contest. i All At One 98¢ Budget Price Jean Nedra* HATS I} Face-framing new Easter bon~ nets for Women! Sport and dress-up styles in fine straws and felts! 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The Sutherland-Sergeant team posted the highest total for the night with a 1259 score, but were pressed by the Skelsey team just one pin behind, while the former team hung up a 444 game which topped the field. A1 Ferrier was high among individuals with 207 and 559, while Elsie Peterson headed the feminine contingent with scores of 175 and 487. The league bowls each Tuesday night. Thursd 213/. Marc. ' Standings In : Women’s M671 Final results of. erett six—game L single tournament. ton yesterday, SM and holding 13th“ 1192 score, Gwen" with her 1184 "‘ Dodds 29th place " the Sheltonians meet. .1 '/ ,. " " -o , MERCHANTS IllSTlLLlNG I , Steele’s Cut-Rat ECONOMY DRUG STORE" | hite FILM CIGAREBr “d DEVELOPING A“ Popular v . s prints—FREE It carton is, & Enlargement , GUM and CI ‘ 1 25¢ 3 h h l . h _ _ _ .. 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