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Mechanical Study To , Start This Evening First instruction in motor me- chanics will be given to members of the Red Cross Women’s Motor Corps this evening at the meet- ing in the junior high auditor- ium. Seven o'clock is starting time and anyone interested is in— vited to attend. l PARAMOUNT THEATRE Shelton, Wash. Thursday, April 3-15¢ Two Features: Now! ’l‘hunderous Thrill Hi: WALLACE BEERY THUNDER AFLOAT CHESTER MORRIS - VIRGINIA GREY E ';:~:;:;.->.;-r :<-:-:;. . I Pius “TRAIL OF THE SILVER SPURS" Friday, April 4 FIVE DAYS! I Saturday, April 15 to April 19 LIMITED EWGIIMENT l i l o .‘ I FULL ' .l , Hi I rwo snows DAILY Matinee 1:15 Evening 7:45 (NO SEATS RESERVED) NOTE PRIC ES )Iatineos Evenings , Adults .... .. 400 One ’ Children 260 Price 58C 1 «Above prices include all taxes) We’re Not Fooling. Anybody» When we say that Shelton Maid Ice Cream is now SECOND to NONE in "this state or the UNITED STATES— EAI MORE Skim Maid ICE CREAM Pt. Brick ........ ._ Packed Ice Cream Qts. ........ .. Pts. .......... gig-Mk ........ .. A news; DEVELOPED MERCURY VAPOR LAMP 3V2;— IHCHES LONG GNES OFF “6,000 CANDLEDOWER AlQFlELp SEAchueuTs ONLY USED. ’l CHICKS l: r PuvALLurwA-LLEY c070? HATCflERY ‘ g; 26TH,"'T.ACOMA, WASH. SNOWELEGHOR‘HNS, NEW HAMPsnitas _k.‘i.j Renato/grow L':G.(§'Q(KERELS ~ 20¢ AMERICAN INGENUITY IS DEFENSE ASSET THESE MOTOQS GNE SAME HOQSEPOWER ——- GLASS INSULATION lS USED n.) THE (DUE AT THE QiGHT- SAVNG BOTH NElGHT AND SPACE POLES u , We a AEG—O-DOME. "BlG‘l’CO" OF THE. GENEQAL MOTOQS PARADE. or reassess, FIRST exposmom TEMT‘ ,5; no msrosy wiTHoo‘r' ii", is , I As TEMPOPAQV AiQPLANa U "ml l t HMléA? o2 new HOSPlTAL. SHELTQN-MASONwCOUNTY JOURNAL THE USE OF MAGNESNM. METAL, HAS seem-w PEDUCED , THE WElGHT or: AiQPLAioE @Enemes l A LlGHT‘ sTizoNG I I l CAM BE USED l l . i i \\.\. ooés—--~———o Some of the products of industrial research which are contributlngdo national strength, and which give promise of future improvements of an important nature, are) apart of the General Motors traveling expo.- sltion, the Parade of Progress, which was launched recently on a nation-wide tour. At the formal opening of this scientific exhibit, Charles F. Kettering, research leader, declared that the permanent defense of America in the immediate future and in succeeding years is going to require greater ingenuity and inven- tiveness, more dissatisfaction with old, inefficient ways of dolng,things, more real hard work than ever before. SUMMARY—Shows TROOP ~55—— ACHIEVED MUCH RECENTLY By EARL SHELDON Troop 25 Scoutmasterv From the affairs of grasshop- pers to the affairs of men, things seem to move in cycles, no doubt a Natural Law that can nevey’ be changed. We move ahead for a period, then seem to stand still or even drop back for a. like per- iod. , It very decidedly shows up in '1 the life of a. Boy Scout Troop over a number of years too, and the Scoutmaster is only a. small part of the “machine.” Take for in— stance ourmilfiroop-25. During the last year, but for the loyal and perfect attendance of a few boys ,the Troop would have lost its ,1 charter. But about November first it was ready to grow again, :and here is a brief summary of since its rebirth at that time: . It has increased its membership ', from eight to twenty-two (with TI only a few being transfers from other troops), and we expect a few more soon. Only one dropped .out during the period and that was not because of any trouble pertaining to Scouting. We sent .up two to graduate as Eagle Scouts. Also the mothers of Troop 25 organized on March 5 the first “Mothers' Club” to be formed in Tumwater, Olympia, or Shelton. We are informed through our lo- cal Council however, that some Olympia parents are “thinking of it." Their activities in no way conflict or interfere with those of the Troop, being mostly con- ;some of the things accomplisde in Scouting with a desire to ad- vance steadily by the entire Troop. One thought recently mentioned by one of the Mothers Club was the possibility of an orchestra .within the Troop, and this would :be entirely possible as far as musicians are concerned as we have either seven or eight boys who can play different instru- ments. But the boys are pretty busy. The future will tell (and MIGHT tell it in music). . Before many weeks itulS quite probable that anyone passing Dick‘s Shell Service Station at a certain time every evening,,w111;! night or tomorrow by Chairmanl lsee three Scouts in unifmrm, 3.58. B. Anderson to some 50 com- bugler sounding Retreat and ,the other two lowering and folding the flag. This will continue on most evenings of the week throughout the summer. Each Patrol now has its own llittle camp site picked where they can work and play and camp out ,during their spare time. They [are near each other and about two [miles from the boys’ homes. Al- together, with all the activities the Council has planned for us, together with our own plans for the summer, it looks like, “Little Man, You’ll Have a Busy Day.” This scoutmaster was rather glad to see in Thursday’s Journal that transfers will henceforth be made more inconvenient. Al- though we receive fine boys, more is bound to be a strain on the feeling of good-fellowship and co- operative spirit between troops which is so necessary in Scouting, K THURSDAY-Commercial lea- qulied hospital treatment for in- l lwere not serious. Iwood, 18, Tacoma, reported his EARLY DIAGNOSIS CAMPAIGN #— DURING APRIL BY T.B. GROUP COMMUNITY, CALENDARi l TONIGHT—American L e g i o n post and auxiliary meetings, 8 p. m., Memorial Hall. WEDNESDAY—#Active Club din- ner meeting, 6:30 p. m., Shel- -, ton Hotel. I THURSDAX!City council meet- ing, 8 p. m., city hall. gue bowling, p. m., bowling The Early Diagnosis Campaign of the Mason County Tuberculo- sis Association will open April 1 and continue throughout the month, according to an announce- iment made today by Mrs. Vernon lDavidson, executive secretary of the association. The annual educational cam- paign, which serves as the spear- head of the year-round activities ‘of the association, is a concen- trated effort to impress upon the public the necessity of early diag— - ‘treatment of the disease. I alley5~ ' The campaign will stress the iTwo Women Hurt correct, modern methods of diag— nosisethe tuberculin test and the chest X-ray. The slogan this .year is “A Good X-ray Is Your In iDoctor’s Best Aid in Discovering Early Tuberculosis.” This is the 22nd year the Ma- 'son County Tuberculosis Associa- Two automobile passengers re- juries suffered in accidents in Ma- son County over the weekend, ac- tion has participated in the na- tionwide Early Diagnosis Cam- paign held each April by the Na- tional Tuberculosis Association and its affiliated state and local cording to reports filed with the'associafions, sheriff’s office. They were Mrs. R. 0. Dean, 79, and Mrs. Paul G. Barto, 45, both; “The 1941 campaign has added significance in view of the great emphasis being placed on national of Aloha. WaSh-y Who Were hurt[health as a great factor in na- When a 031' OperatEd by MT- Barto tional defense,” said Mrs. David- collided with another driven by.son today, J. D. Camper, 45, of Shelton, on1 the Olympic highway four miles’ south of Shelton as the Camperl 't’s pointless to talk about our i car made a left turn off the high- “We’ve come a long way in our fight against tuberculosis, in u t ictories, because we’re a long way into the Camper driveway. iway from having the disease the report stated. V,wiped out, Mrs. Dean suffered shock and; “When the disease is still kill- chest injuries while Mrs. Bartoiing more persons betWeen the suffered neck and shoulder in-- ages of 15 and '45 than any other juries. [cause of death, why waste time Other accidents of the weekend Don Hesel- car hit loose gravel on the shoul- der of Olympic highway and over- turned Sunday near Cushman power plant at Potlatch. No in- juries and undetermined damage to the car resulted. " | Cars driven by Richard Prince, 20, and M. J. Beaulieau, both of Shelton, collided a half mile north of Shelton Friday on the Olym« pic highway with minor damages iresulting. i Levi Goldy, 21, Shelton, report-I ed his r got out of control Sat-l urday n the Dayton road when it hit chuck holes as he rounded’ a curve four miles west of Shel- ton, the light car being too light and bouncing into the ditch. S. R. Forsythe, 40, Gig Har- ibor, and C. J. Craswell, 34, Port Orchard, reported their cars col- lided near Twanoh State Park ‘Sunday with the former suffer- -ing $50 damages. the latter an estimated $30. No one was in— emphasizing that it has been forced from the-first» to the seven- ‘population as a. whole? “When tuberculosis is now kill— ing one person every eight and one-half minutes, there’s little satisfaction in knowing that it once killed in this country at the rate of one person every two or three minutes.” Former Resident Dles 1n Wlsconsin News of the death Sunday of her mother, Mrs. Jennie Lan- caster, 71, a former resident of Skokomish Valley, at Beloit, Wis- consin, was received Monday by Mrs. Harold Hunter of. Skokomish Valley. Mrs. Lancaster lived in Skoko- mish Valley for nearly ten years before going East in 1936! to live. She is survived by three in the East. She was born July jured. ésons and another daughter living lScout Fund Drive 1 . To Start Monday I l Invitations are to be mailed to- mitteemen who will solicit the ,annual Boy Scout fund this year to attend a “kickoff luncheon” in the Shelton Hotel next Monday noon as guests of the district Scout council. A Immediately following the luncheon the committeemen will begin their solicitations with a $750 goal to reach, raised over the $500 quota of the past several years due to increased activities of the Tumwater Council and lespecially the Mason County Dis- trict. Most of the committeemen who have handled the drive for the past few years have again been invited to assist this year, Chair- man Anderson said. Ilillcrest Hardware- Agen-t For Evinrude Hillcrest Hardware has recently 11, 1870, in York, England. Tacoma Laundry i I, Suffers Defeat Laundrymen bowlers from the “big city" couldn’t hold up with Shelton’s soap suds pinmen on the Shelton Recreation alleys for in a. special match rolled here Sunday the Electric Laundry of Tacoma was soundly thrashed by the Mason Laundry squad of Shel- ton. 1 Pete Carlson, Cliff Reader and. I. H. Woods set a. pace which left the visitors trailing by well over 100 pins. The scoring: ‘ Mason Ldy. Electric Ldy. i Dodds 548i Williams 402 ‘ Woods 561} Erickson 477 Smith 489] Clement 476 Reader 573 DuBois 52o Carlson 617 Sorenson 494 981854 953 2788[358 854 852 2564. ILocal Man Buys Nye Shingle Mill A Ronald Starr, McCIeary Timber th place as cause of death for the pa employe, for the construc- Twne ,Avr' Kamilche Grange ‘1 Hall Interior To Get Veneer Walls Kamilche, March 31. w Pro— gress Grange met Thursday eve- ning in regular session. It was voted to buy veneer to finish the interior of the hall. A dance was planned for this Saturday night, April 5th, and half the proceeds to be donated to the Kamilche ball team. Bruce Nelson left Sunday far Bellingham where he will attend school; ! nosis and prompt and p r 0 p e r Mr. and Mrs. Percy Whitener are the parents of a baby daugh- ' ter. Mrs. Whitener and baby are in Elma. Mr. Frank Carpenter was in Everett Friday and Saturday to visit his brother, Al Carpenter, who is very ill. Mr. and Mrs. Percy Card and daughter of Tacoma called on Mrs. Margaret Cothary Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Taylor spent the past week in Yakima. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Laney and children left Monday fora trip to Missouri to visit relatives. They expect to be, away for about six weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Boice and family, and Miss Violet Olund ‘at4 tended the Daffodil Parade in Tacoma. ‘ Mr. Chester Taylor attended his niece’s wedding in Seattle Sat~ urday. Ronald Starr To Build New Home City Auditor Gordon.l—Iendry issued a. building permit today to ‘ tion of a new. home valued at $2500 at 925 S. Fifth street. The Starr home recently was destroyed by fire. Another permit issued by Hen- dry Friday is for construction of a new marquee valued at $50 over the Hillcrest Hardware store operated by James Roush, Jr. Sixth In Lutheran Series Due Sunday Next Sunday evening at 7:30, Rev. R. C. Muhly will preach the sixth in the series of Sunday evening sermons on the theme, “The World Today, A Challenge to the Church!” In the S u n day morning services at 11:00 the Len- ten theme, ”The, Seven Words of Jesus On The Cross,” is being. followed; the Sixth Word will be studied in the Palm Sunday ser- mon of April 6. Attendance at, Mount Olive Lutheran Church on Hillcrest has been better during Lent of 1941 than ever before. Explore Our StockFor ‘3; ’ ' LOW: PRICED! , 'l'l'uc l’owrl‘s 0" 1 ’ Tilt bill is the only . true powers of flighlt ,. the but clan is the ' ing fox, with a “up feet. , i - The Abstraif Mason 911 A. L. Efugulfiat t‘4 0 SD :3 (/2 SD :3 0.. .M, gs s d” g BELL 3U! ' 01”“ Dr SHELTON, ’ .~ ' I ‘ “lime I”, held “mg linrdener n“; W /////////////////////////A’/ 5" Pilgrim . ng Garde‘ 0 Bill is right. Puta {cod on your lawn "" frost is out of the '1 can let the late er rains'water it in foit. - red any“ d Besidesfl the tplia: ownatt eroo S -, .. early, vigorous 313.5,, uth lot] chokes out weeds. , 0 Take this easy r all : lawn with Vigom. now; all you n v 100 square feet. we RECO i N 9, .e in owning. ;, I «not» silo» ‘_ ‘7 * sum. AP It doesn’t take an expert to recognize these: i, in fishing equipment. The items offered h, 3 only a. few of the hundreds in our store. complete lines of fishing and outdoor equi, Get Your ‘ HUNTING &, FISHING LICENSE, f. Level Win 1. And for Greatest Enjoyment. treat I I, As Illustr yourself to one of our Delicious. Sun- daes at our Modern Fountain. and we have not entirely favored it from the start on this account. Exceptional cases and boys from out of town are entirely different. been appointed agent in this local— Purchase of the Don Nye Shin- ity for the famous Evinrude out-i €16 "1111 locate}! near Dayton, “’35 board motor, one of the oldest and: announced this week by E- G- . fined to helping the boys get work weekends, and in raising money for the Troop in various ways. Fir Drug» Store * , Ironri e The Mothers' Club of Troop 20 in Chehalis has been a success from the start, and another one is con- nected to a very live troop in Brémerton. In our own troop we are sure of a “hidden influence” exemplified by an added interest . .i... . l 50 SIMPLE TO USE Your I mm'n g Satisfaction is Guaranteed You will be amazed at how relax- ing ironing can be. try out the Ironrite for yourself. Keep young by keeping off your feet while ironing. We do not sanction criticism of other troops at any time or in any way. It is up to us all to give the Scouts what they most want, as far as we can, and that is mostly sympathy and under- standing help, with plenty of Out- doors and ACTION. Beyond that we just hope for the best. Red Cross Gives Questionnaires Questionnaires were handed out Thursday night to chairmen and |some sub-chairmen of the Red [Cross chapter’s disaster relief or- ganization as the first step in actually determining exactly what 0 less trained in Scouting, there i 'resources the chapter can count I on in case of emergency, Chair- man Myron Lund reports. . The~forms were handed out at the chapter's March meeting, held in the courthouse. Later on the questionnaires will be passed out to all organizations here as the framework of the disaster relief structure is built. up, he said. After some discussion, action was delayed on establishment of a chapter headquarters here. A budget for the current year was finally approved and set up. iHospital Acknowledges Five Recent Donations Five donations received since ,the first of the current year were acknowledged officially and pub- licly by the Shelton General hos- ipital board of trustees last week. 1 The donations were received ‘from the J. C. Penney 00., Safe- most popular makes, Proprietor DaViS, 10031 man, Who was emPJIOY' Jim Roush announced yesterday. Elto outboard motors, another Ev- inrude product, are also handled as part of the agency privilege, he added. The Evinrude motors come in nine different sizes ranging from one-half horsepower to 33.4. horse- power, the largest size being an motors come in six sizes from one- } half to 8.5 horsepower. Two Ev- inrude models, the 2.2 horsepower "Sportsman" and the 3.3 horse-I power “Sport Twin," have 'full re— verse features, Roush explained. Barn- Razed 0n Farm ’ed for many years by the, Reed Shingle Mill.’ v- , Mr. Davis, one- of the most ex.- , pert shingle weavers in the N orth- ,west, is now manufacturing shin- gles, for both retail and wholesale . consumption. He announces the i opening of a yard on Hillcrest on ‘ the Olympic Highway across from ithe Hillcrest Grocery. Chevrolet Dealer Wins Trip to West. Virginia ‘Bill’ Mel], manager of the Med Chevrolet company here, left Shel- ton last Thursday on a ten~day to two-week trip to West Virginia In Canyon Area, Which he earned in a. sales con- Purdy Canyon, March 31. Mrs. M. C. Hogan, now living in Olympia, visited Mr. Hogan and Bill on the home farm last week- end and found another old land- mark gone. The large barn for- merly owned and built by Roy Eells has been wrecked by Mr. Hogan and Bill, greatly improv- ing the appearance of the farm. Mrs. Hogan is in Olympia now with Agnes and Rose. Agnes works and Rose has begun a year’s course at a. beauty school. Mr. and Mrs. Ward Russell and two children of Seattle visited Jim: “I think we are all des» ' ltest held for Chevrolet dealers throughout the nation. When his firm placed second among all Chevrolet agencies in its classification in the Northwest district Mr. Mell earned the trip. The district includes Washington, Oregon, Idaho and western Mon- tana. In its twenty-nine years of ex- istence the Girl Scout movement has touched the lives of more .- than two and a half million girls and women. over the weekend with Mrs. Rus- cended from birds and monkeys, sell’s parents and brother, Mr. don’t you?" and Mrs. Charles Biehl and Har- vey Biehl. Jack: “Hmmm, I don’t see any feathers on you!” NEW LOCATION aeectrc model, while the Elto I Cleated Sole e Other, fine, 1‘9 and salt water from: Acne ' lls 50¢ to it me p... he . . rimming} Rust proof, 65' and sh. mentalized 100’; mappeari 1] Rust proof, ’8' 01' Chi? enameled. i no Parts and Se . « 111ch g 'F‘ishing Boots .......... Eight 3] Buff Color V. “Litentufs” ________________ _. (Sporting Ankle Fit)». , l u. Tin Shelton Barber Salon BILL ROGAL, Prop. \ NOW LOCATED NEXT TO‘ TONY’S ACROSS FROM PARAMOUNT Bill Rogal Call for free home deutonsfrufion v 9'95 SHELTON ELECTRIC COMPANY a. w. sopen ,Zéqeltgn, Wash. 105 4th St. way Stores, Herbert G. Angle, Mai, son County Steam Laundry andi International Brotherhood of Pulp 1 Sulphite and Paper Mill Workersl' Union, local 161. i The last named donation was earmarked specifically for the purchase of a second inhalator for the hospital, the board said. Sizes of the donations were not revealed. NEW OWNER l ‘ Bill Smith P...