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C 1‘, 1941. . «KEY . WM tn snugfiww made today of . .Of 'Paul E. Meyer pehntendent at Camp i to take a posi- ' sueyerhaeuser Tim- tl. » pervising a huge Ig’oject expected to 1‘ earin on the fu- WN -e lma aria. . ,fitilker. Camp Elma ream arge of the Olym- i -., ,1?! has been appointed as superintendent w . one of the pioneer Den . Wigfiengents, having that in 1933, 1 last year, when "(id to Camp Elec— superintendent at L- i For Theft \ E. R g ,. Dino eid , r0 .‘Wom them to r, 23, “if, Tacoma, who had by y laden with junk. _,sh:r_h81d here pending ty lff Gene Martin of et'hDeputy Sheriff Bud _, v81: CCC reported a -, the robbed of tools. This "Pay-t oute the men had was ,5”. the stuff in their sh“ el'ltified as coming )air 9 sa‘iEI' They confessed ry kin ' f, ' They now face latch!“ and in Mason * ‘ ArISIONs'lvErsn—IIAEESER 2» oRESTATION PROGRAM As I l I arrested 1 hi and Harold I it I TO FUTURE INDUSTRIES 28.—(Special.) ——'the Harbor's first CCC camp at Lake Quinault before going to Elma. In his new work Meyer will be in charge of the reforestation and protection of over 200,000 acres of logged land of the Weyerhaeus— ,er company on the hills south of Elma. This is to be the first unit in a great reforestation pro- gram of the company which plans to reforest all of its vast logged holdings, thus assuring this area of an ample timber supply in years to come. Plan New Industry The company now has a nurs- established here. Meyer spent several days with‘ company officials this week, in- cluding William H. Price, who is in charge of all reforestation ac- tivities for Weyerhaeuser. Im- mediate and long-range plans were discussed. Meyer will have Icomplete charge of their execution. Modern equipment, including bulldozers, will be purchased and a capable crew employed. More March 28.~(Spe- Ifire trails and lookout towers will 01“ Matlock ob- be built, streams dammed to furn- ns taking doors and ish a water supply, phone lines 1118 house so he Iput up and everything done that men whom he saw is possible to prevent loss by fire. The reforestation wil~l be thorough and complete over the area, and in years to come I Elma when ery at Snoqualmie, but it is like—I and ly that another nursery will be! l I Wed. Low 4:05 am. 5.711. I ,April 2 High 9219 a.m. 12.6 ft. , Low 4:17 p.m. 0.8 ft. I High 11:22 p.m. 12.8 ft. I Thurs. Low 5:00 am. 6.2 ft. I April 3 High 9:58 a.m. 2.2 ft. I I Low 5:07 p.m. 1.0 ft. i Fri. High 12:27 am. 12.8 ft. , I April 4. Low 6:06 am. 6.6 ft. , High 10:50 a.m. 11.8 ft. I Low 6:03 p.m. 1.2 ft. I ' Sat. High —Lé4 a.m. 13.0 ft. l April 5 Low 7:22 am. 6.6 ft. I High 11:52 a.m. 11.5 ft. 1 Low 7 :04 p.m. 1.3 ft. I I Sun. High 2:31 am 13.3 ft. April 6 Low 8:31 a.m 6.0 ft. High 1:07 pm 11.4 ft. I Low 8:06 pm 1.3 ft. I I __._. Mon. High 3:19 am 13.6 ft. April 7 Low 9:26 am 5.2 ft. High 2:24 pm 11.7 ft. I Low 9'04 p.m 1.3 ft Tues. High 3:59 am. 13.9 ft. April 8 Low 10:11 am. 4.1 ft. , High 3:34 pm. 12.3 ft. I ' Low 9:58 p.m. 1.4 ft. is hoped there will be moreI Tides of the Week Computed for oakland Bay . (Hood Canal tides are one hour , & 55 minutes earlier) Four Motorists Fined on Variety Of Violations Four motorists felt the heavy trees on those hills than ever I hand of the law last weekend 3f“; before. The CCC also is carrying out a huge reforestation project in the Capitol forest southeastward from Elma, and with the natural re- growth to the north, Elma in la- ter years again will be surround- ed by great forests. Bakers, Milkmen 3-Game Victors in Commercial Loop COMMERCIAL LEAGUE , W. L. Pct. Mac‘s Comer .......... ..41 28 .594 Daviscourt Bakery .38 31 .551 4-13 Dairy .................. ..36 33 McConkey Pharmacy 23 46 High Scores Game—Lyle McElroy 198. Total—~Jack Miller 511. Matches Thursday 4-E Dairy vs. McConkey’s. Daviscourt's vs. Mac’s. .333 I I I I I I Utilizing consistent pin spilling ed by Aden convinced Justice Zin- i ter being, apprehended by State Patrolman Cliff Aden for fractur- ing motor code regulations. Heaviest punishment was met—I ed out by Justice M. C. ZintheoI yesterday to Merle Cleveland ofI Shelton on a drunken driving charge to which the defendant pleaded guilty. He was fined $50, and costs and his drivers license was suspended for one year. Aden made the arreSt between Dayton ‘3-room furnished apartment, wa- and Shelton early Sunday morn-l ing. A passenger in Clevelands car, Leonard Ellison, was charged with drunk and disorderly conduct and arraigned oin Justice W. A. Magoon’s court, where he fined $10 and costs and ordered to pay .522 the unpaid balance on a $12.50 previous fine Justice Magoon had assessed against him for driving- without an operators license someI weeks ago. Failure to do so means a ten-day jail sentence, Justice Magoon warned. Testimony of witnesses produc- + you CAN'T SELL UNTIL ‘7OU {FIND A BUYERLUSEWA _.--___.—_.__..___._._._..1___ - ' Going boarding b u s i n e s s will I” HERBERT G. ANGLE SilELTON—MASON COUNTY JOURNAL vmm' Real Estate. AMAA AMWMM I FOR SALE OR TRADE: for city property 35 acres near Day- ton, 12 in cultivation, 5 room house. George Rebman, Matlock Route. 3-18. 4—17—1M VWMV' UVVWVVVVVVVV I For Sale “AM'I‘AW AAA‘AAAAA“ A 7' acres of. property on the Bay about 4 miles from Shelton, has 175 feet of waterfront and 1,900! feet deep to the road. Spring runs through the property and there is lots of nice timber and “I wood. This is about the lastlFOR SALE: 80 ft. lake frontage. piece of waterfront property onI small. house, natural setting, the Bay 01059 in and is well‘ electriCity. acre land. Priced, worth the price of $107.5. Some reasonable. small payments. terms, , Neil McPhee, Lake Isabella. * ale :1: 3-27--4—1—2t. 1 room house with brick chimney, cement basement and founda- tions. Good garage and wood- shed, well and small spring run— ning through property. About, 1,§ acre good ground mostly, cleared. Property is all fenced] A good buy at $475.00. Terms. * 2.? " 4: IFOR SALE: Shelton’s most sight— ly building site, whole block, two blocks west of high school., school. Price $750.00. Lester Dickinson, Hoodsport. 3—18-20-25—27u4—1-3—6t . FOR S A L E: 6-room modern house completely furnished. Wm. I Lunsford, 940 E. Cascade. i 3-25-27-—4-1-3-8-10-—6tI 5-room modern home with bath and nook. Good yard. Some fin- ishing needed. $1,075 cash. >1: :1: 2.! FOR SALE: 5 acres 3th 4.12m modern house. M. J. Helser,I Capitol Hill. 3-25—27——4—1»i3ti FOR SALE OR‘ TRADE: four acres, some improvements. P.O.| Box 302. J—3—27--4-1-2t. 5-room modern home on Island' Lake. Best beach on lake. $1,700, terms. a: :3: :1: transfer house also. Investigate. ‘ :1: >1: I Business building in Shelton. Ren- HERE IS YOUR CHANCE t°= buy some of the finest water- tal lncome'i.T:rmf' 34’600'00' front property in the state. LO-l cated on Agate Bay, 10 acres, cleared, fine beach, low bank, nice creek, county road runs along back of property. 26x28 semi-burgalow, 4-rooms and bath down, 2 rooms upstairs, full basement, composition root". FOR SALE 2-room cabin, finished in knotty cedar, with inlaid linoleum on floor, corner windows. Water— front lot 50 x 150 with tidcy lands. Also boat and outboard; motor. Located across bay.- « . ,. Plenty of water. Nice quiet, Home not finished. Drive out . and see this property you will place to live or spend your vaca- . . x , ~ tion periods and Week ends-I like it. $3,300 terms. H. O. Lun Priced at (terms) $650.00. , din, Route 2 or inquire Journal. :1: :q: .1: l I b ans—ti. iMODERN ROSE HILL HOME. 40-acre farm located in Skokom- ish Valley. good soil, and fair Kirkland Exchange. Shelton bufldmgS- W111 COHSIder trade home. Plovie, 726 South Firstl for Shelton property. Good 4_1_3_2t_ Street. terms to reliable party. $2500. —————~— =¥ * FOR SALE: modern auto camp, 1-room log cabin on Isabella, store, service station. 11 cabins. Lake. Terms. $950.00. Inquire Pines Auto C a m p. * * P—4-1-8—3t. FOR RENT ‘ vvvvv vvvvvvvvvvvvvmvv I :2 """"" " $1900 USCd Cars vvvvvvvvvv vvvvvvvvv V'VW' 1937 Studebake Dictator 4edoor, touring sedan. Automatic ,overdrive. New paint ...... .. 1937 Ford “85” 2 door 5 . sedan. Motor reconditioned I 1936 Ford DeLuxe Coupe $ ; above average .......... .. 1934 Chevrolet Master 4 door se- dan. New paint, 2 new $ 1.95i tires. Mechanically ave..... , 1932 Chevrolet Coupe. 6 "*— paint. Very good .............. __ l I 1935 VVillys sedan. one $95 owner. New paint ................ .. I, Phone 253-J. I ter paid n o-room modern home ...... .. $19.00 PAY WITH American Express Money Orders FIR DRUG STORE JOURNALWANTAD'S Classified Service. For Rent I FURNISHED APARTMENTS for rent (2 andsrooms). Good lo- cation. Very reasonable. Golds-, borough Apts, Second and Knee-I land Streets, Shelton. 5-7-tf.‘, I FOR RENT: furnished three room] apartments. Mill Street Apart-I ments. Phone 259-M. C-1-13-c. MILL WOOD One Cord $4.50 Double Load (2 cords) $8.50 PHONE 38-J FOR RENT: comfortable sleeping room. Meals if desired. 903 Railroad Ave. FA3—25--4-1—3tI FOR RENT: sleeping room for: woman or girl. Mrs. W. A. Brodt, 121 E. Cedar. Phone 582- J. 3—27—otf. Easter Loans _at_ Lawful Low Rates $10‘$300_Cconfidentia1 [FOR RENT: 3 room house, bath, 5 to 20 months to repay basement “ , . Y , partly furnished. In UNDER STATE REGULATION I quire 320 Pine or Phone 231—W. Columbia S"'4'1'3"2t‘ I Industrial Loan Go. 221 Security Bldg. Phone 5362 OLYMPIA room furnished ‘ 1129 FOR RENT: 5 apartment. Adults only, 12th St. Nina Livingston. Lm4-1-8—~3t. l I mvvvvvwwvvvvvmku 1 Wanted mwuuAAMw WANTED: man to cut cord wood. Phone 473-W evenings. H»——43-27-—4-1-—2t. WANTED AT ENCE‘ToorioAds 'or I Looking For A Letter?- l Then write one on Eaton I Stationery. It’s socially correct. FIR DRUG STORE ' LARGE 512521; Dhoiicating' truckloads of large, smooth, ‘ sound Maple and Alder logs, Higher price. Liberal scale. SALESBOQKS 5e Each Jr 55¢ per dozen l ,Prompt settlements. NorthweStI Chair Company, Tacoma, Wash—I , ington. 3-27-—4-8-—v4t. , We also take orders forwall kinds fiILDING NEW Llfififi‘ wg’nt’ of spemal“ flower beds, rockeries an d PRINTED SALES BOOKS Our prices are an low or lower than outside salesmen can quote you. THE JOURNAL BE POPULAR Give Whitman Chocolates. Love thrives on thoughtfulness, bring a box of Whitman’s Chocolates —it’s the thoughtful thing to do. FIR DRUG STORE Mixed Mill Wood I Never been in Salt Water $4.50 Cord 2 Cords $8.50 PHONE 38—J 3-12A4-12——1M LAWN MOWERS SHARPENED shrubs planted. See Plovie, ever, nings, 726 S. First St. 4-1-3-8-10——4t. WANTED: waitress experienced or partly experienced betweenI 18 and 25 years, neat appearing, union wages. Write Box 7, c—o Journal, Shelton. cooking and kitchen Chateau 7-11, Union. work. 4-1-3—-2t. vwvvvvvvvw "VVV "vvvvvv “Lost and Found LOST: red and black Sheaffer Jr. pencil with silver clip and end. Inquire Journal. C—4-1—-1t. LOST: reddish golden cocker spaniel, answers to name Pat. Reward for return. Dave Adams, 1115 Olympic Way, phone 11-R. Keys made -— washing ma- 4-1—-1t. chines repaired — specialist W in fine mechanical repairs and upholstery. Americans in Chinese Planes H—4-1—1t. , WANTED: woman to assist withI Page Five .- RATES On Classified Advertisements 10 cents a line (5 words) first insertion, 5c 8. line each subse- quent insertion. Mini mum charge 300. Classified advertisements ac- cepted over the telephone from phone subscribers. Cash should accompany all other orders or payment made before the first of the month to save expense of billing. An extra charge 6‘? 10¢ will be made when billing’ls necessary. Card of thanks 50c. Classified Display Rates on Request. ._,_. ——_— "vmvvvvv 7' V‘ v" 7 "77‘ For Sale WMAAA A‘AgAAAA‘AAA FOR SALE: Electrolux cleaners. New machines as low as $49.50. For sales, service and supplies call or write Jack Manley, Hoodsport, Wash. 3-6—-4-1—1m. FOR SALE: two wheel trailer and junior violin. Phone 371-M. P—»tf FOR SALE: Monarch wood range with water-front. In ex— cellent condition; Also Spark Oil heater complete. As good as new. Inquire 336 Henry street, evenings. i L 3-20-24-27. 4-1w4t. FOR SALE: fresh Guernsey cows. J. D. White, Route 3, Shelton. 3—27-4-1—2t. FOR SALE: 9 x 12 rug, good as new, 2 small rugs, mattress, smoking stand. Phone CG‘J—J or 122 Harvard Ave, I’e =.—.;-3-2t FOR SALE: cow and car. Car $65.00 cash. Call evonings. Rose Philips, Matlock Route. 4—1-3——2t. FOR SALE: Lang incinerator with coils. Mrs. E. A. Robbins, 2 mlies south of Union. 4—1-3-8w—3t. SELL OR TRADE good work horse for drag saw. Heavy mare for 3 pigs, young horses $35 up. 0. W. Walker, Matlock, Wn. 3-25—27-—4-1—3—4t. FOR SALE: good—usedwplow. J. E. Jones, Rt. 2. Phone 4—F—21. J-3—25--4-1—3t. PIGS FOR SALE (8 and 9 wks) at A. H. Stoehr's place, Ken— nedy Creek Ranch. 3»27-—4—1-421 v'vvvvv Vvvvvv vv "V- WV PROFESSlONAL CARDS “ “AAA” AMA-x- I o o ILaB-issonlere and , , , I1931 Ford 4-door sedan. Eddy Lettermen New paint ------------------------------ -- from leadoff to anchor, 4-E Dairy theO that D011 G. H311, Route 3, and Daviscourt Bakery staged was gu'llty 0f negligent driving 1 triple triumphs which gained them , despite Hall’s plea of innocence " valuable ground in the commerc- I YBSterdaY- Hall WaS fined $15 and ial league bowling race in Thurs- costs, which totalled $6.90. HeI Americans are reported to be op- erating China’s secret airplane ,fac- : tory. , fl $95, - Handy ManShop ;All ’41 state tested . . . ‘ , _. A“ pmimy priced IFISHERS SAVETIME helps ALDEN C. BAYLEY ATTORN EY AT LAW i I FRI-(3' . llack . ,nent 31M .nent Red ' & Gree‘,1 ‘ Pharmacy to a whitewash. Presto Streamlined. I MOdel to. Grace the Finest Desk Qua”:- STABLERS $1.50 to $5.00 “icons”. .n Stationery Department day's matches. The dairymen pulled their coup I on the league leading Mac’s Cor- ner quintet with Vote-Getter Charlie Savage leading the way by a narrow margin. . Daviscourt Bakery, in the mean- was arrested Sunday morningI early on Hillcrest. John VanBeek of Shelton was prosecuted on an unusual motor Icode charge yesterday and fined i310 and costs by Justice Zintheo Ifor allowing a 15—year—old boy to time, was utilizing the dairymen'sIoperate his car without being in victory to slash Mac‘s lead in half the car himself. whipping tailend McConkey Jack Miller set a pace which was too ,hét for the rest of the league. by Mac’s (0) 4—E Dairy (3) Handicap 222‘ Handicap 240 Tingstead 382;Skerbini 488 Dittman 503IWhite . 423 L. McElroy 476V. Savage 475 Gerhardt 427 0. Savage Cammarano 455 Fourre 305 867 793 2465' ’Daviscourts (3) Handicap 285 Handicap 279 O’Dell 449 Young 457 l Dummy 414IMiff1in 469 G. Miller 511IDelano 396 ' Crowe 75 Carter 395 Westlund 468 Sehut 468 919 825 858 26021831 810 823 2464 CARD 0F THANKS We wish to take this means _of expressing our sincere appreCia- tion for the many kindnesses and sympathies extended by our friends during our bereavement over the passing of Mrs. Luella Williams. Mr. and Mrs. B. T. McGuire and Family. ,__'___4 w I l I I I A fifth automobile case in which Aden was not connected found Ira Palms, junior high stu- dent, being sentenced to the Che- halis Boys‘ Reformatory by su- perior Judge D. F. Wright on a car stealing charge. The youth ad—I mitted taking a car from Newsettes From I Dewatti District By Mrs. P. W. Nance Dewatto, March 31—~Our beau- tiful warm weather continues and isn’t it grand? The “500” Club met again Fri— day evening. Three tables in play as usual. High honors were won by Mr. and Mrs. George Ellis and second high by Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Williams. Mr. and Mrs. Ellis are expect- ing his mother, Mrs. Bertha Ellis, for a visit, she will probably ar- rive today. Mrs. Russell Stelting and son Wayne came over Friday to take Margaret back with them to May- wood. Mrs. Harry Burt has been in Tacoma with her mother, who is ill, for the past few-weeks. Mr. George Milbourne spent Sunday with friends in Bremerton. Mr. and. Mrs. Dick King enter— tained friends from Tacoma over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Cunning- ham entertained Mr. and Mrs. George Ellis at dinner and cards Thursday evening. , Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Nance were guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Ellis for cards Wednesday eve.- I ning. , Mrs. Joe Dobson entertained with a luncheon. Guests were Mrs. Wally Tillman, Mrs. Irene Clark. Mrs. Markwell, Mrs. C. Williams, :nd Mrs. George Ellis anddaugh- er. I Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lockwood moved to Oregon last week. They had been living in a cottage on the George Cunningham place while employed at the Dewatto ! Camp. i Mr. and Mrs. Pat Simpson and Mr. and Mrs. Lief Beckman all ,went to their old home at Ly- , man for the week end. ., GOOD TIME IN. SEATTLE ',‘ Mr. and'Mrs. L. D.,Hack en- ljoyed Thursday and Friday in fSeattle attending the flower show Iand visiting with Mr. and Mrs. ‘H. _G. Delaby, former Shelton . realdents. the stron 1y on turnin u with a. Shelton Motor company‘s used car I consisgtent winner I;ng fiear. 506‘ilot last week and driving it to 468,Kelso, where he was arrested by head the experienced boys whileI 1869 905 826 2600 ! Cowlitz county officers. McConkeyS (0) I I l 0n. Prep Net Team Blessed by good weather of late, BOB ERVIN 5th & RailroadwEllison Motors , build vigorous profitable hens. Every ingredient carefully se-I lected. Every chick has better chalice. Start with SAVETIMEI today. See Fisher Dealer. Reas- onable prices. No. 1418 I I NOTICE TO CREDITORS TO FILE CLAIMS ‘ In the Superior Court of the State of Washington in and. for the Coun-, ty of Mason, In Probate. IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE the Highclimber tennis team has Phone 94 been getting in some valuable, -_ . . practice licks under the watchful, l , eyes of its new coach, Eddie Duy- ‘I I: ff, with the recently formed ten— _, ‘ nis club tournament as the Ve-| N0. M1 mole, NOTICE To CR .Di'rons rm . _ In the Superior Court of the State i'ne first round has been com-, pf p'asl'hington 'for Mason County, leted and second round la \villi ‘11 “Hate Start this week p 3’ IIN THE MATTER on THE ESTATE ()F' .l. EDWIN GROUT, DECEASED. Coach Duyff has only two let- NOTICE Is HEREBY GIVEN, that termen returning from last year’s the Undersigned. Madalyn May Grout , has been appointed and has qualified c . 1393’“ Squ‘id,anyd thlee from the as Adniinistratrix of the Estate of girls, so isnt counting very J'. Edwin Grout. Deceased, and ihatl all persons having claims against the said Estate or against the saidi Der-cased are hereby required to serve the same, duly verified, with the: necessary vouchers attached upon the undersigned Administi'atrix, or her Attorney of Record, at the Law 01'- fice of Chas. R. Lewis. Suite 1, Lum- bei‘mcn's Bldg, Shelton. Mason Coun- ty, Washington, the same being desig- nated as the place for the transac- tion of the business of the said Es— tate, and file such claims, together with proof of service with the Clerk! 01 the above entitled Court, within SIX months after the first publica-1 tion of this Notice, to—wit: March': Walt Eddy and Al LaBissoniere Carol Jeanne Hatcher, Barbara Lincoln and Jean Elliott are the‘ girls with previous varsity play- ing experience back again. The Highclimbers open theirI conference schedule April 19 by, entertaining Centralia here. Thel complete schedule follows: I April 18~Olympia at Chehalis, . Illth, 1941, or said claims will be for— Elma at Aberdeen! Hoqmam at ever barred; date of first publica- Raymond. tion. March 11th. 1941. April 19.—Centralia at Shelton. April 23.——Raymond at Aber—‘ deen, Elma at Hoquiam, Shelton ' at Chehans, Olympia at Centralia, Bldg, Shelton. Mason Coun- April 26.~Hoquiam at Shelton, CHAS, RIngvgfigInitflg}- Chehalis at Elma, ‘Aberdeen at ney for said Estate, Suite Olympia, Centralia at Raymond. 1' Lumbermen‘s Bldg-y Shel- MADALYN MAY GROUT, Administratrix ot' the Estate= of J. Edwin Grout, Deceas- ed, S u i t e 1, Lumbermen’s ton, Mason County. Wash— , Building, IOF HATTIE E. GARFIELD, DE- No. 1419 CEASED. ' , Y NOTCE T0 CREDITORS NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO FILE CLAIMS that Letters Testamentary on the In the. Superior Court of the State Estate of Hattie E. Garfield, deceas- ed, were granted to the undersigned of Washington in and for the Coun- on the 22nd day of March, 1941, by ty of Mason, In Probate. IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE, of WINNIFRED G. KNEELAND, DE-I NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN. that CEASED. lall persons having claims against NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, said estate are required‘ to serve that Letters Testamentary on the E5- them, with the necessary vouchers. tote of Winnii‘red G. Kneeland, de- upon the undersigned at the Law 01- 093560. were granted to the under- tics of Alden C. Bayley, Title .In- Signed on the 29th day of March, surance Building, Shelton, washing? 1941' ton, that being the place des1gnated All persons having claims against for the transaction of the busxness of said estate, within six months af- ter the 25th day of March, 1941. and file the same with the Clerk of this Court. together with proof of such segvice, or they will be forever bar- re . Dated this 25th day of March, 1941. said estate are required to serve them, . With the necessary vouchers, upon the undersigned at the Law Office of Alden C. Bayley, Title Insurance V Shelton, Washington, that being the place designated for the transaction of the business of said Estate. within six months after the RHEA .RUTH HOWARD. 1st day of April. 1941, and file the. Executrix of the Estate of same will: the Clerk of this Court,I Hattie E. Garfield, deceas~ together with proof of such service, ed- ior they will be forever barred. ALDEN C. BAYLEY, Dated this lst day 0f,,Aprll. 1941. Attorney for Executi'ix. . r EARL F. 'KNEELAND, Title Insurance Building. Shelton, Washington. . Executor of the Est to of :Winniired G. Knee and,I 3-25. 4-1-8-15—4t. ALDEN C B%§%E%j' I _~—‘ Attorney for Ex eutor, I norms or WATER incur -Title Insurance uilding, APPLICATION NO. 5169" Shelton. WaShington. IState of Washington Office .01 Super- 4-1-8-15-22—4t. 1.2; I visor of Hydraulics Olympia . .4; TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: N0. 1410 Notice is hereby given that Dr. J}. 0. NOTICE TO CREDITORS IWill of Puyallup, State of Washing— ,ton. under date of July 1, 1940, filed In Probate My Hyd_ In the Superior Court of the State oleith the State SUPQI'VISUX‘ said Superior Court. , April 30.—Shelton at Olympia: Elma at Raymond. May 3.——Aberdeen at Centralia, Chehalis at Hoquiam. May 7.———Shelton at Aberdeen. May 10.———Olympia at Elma, Centralia at Hoquiam, Chehalis at. Raymond. May 14.—Elma at Centralia. May 17.—Hoquiam at Olympia, Aberdeen at Chehalis, Raymond at Shelton. May 21.——Chehalis at Centralia, Aberdeen at Hoquiam, Shelton at Elma. May 24.——Raymond at Olympial ,Tiny Army ‘Blitz Buggy’ Seen Here, Sheltonians who happened to be in the right spots and lookingI at‘the right time obtained their first actual view of the new Army “blitz buggies” Sunday when several passed through town. The tiny vehicles are highly maneuverable and versatile re- connaissance trucks powered by 45 horsepower four-cylinder en- gines adapted from the Ford trac- tor. They travel extremely rough ground with ease and can roll; over smooth terrain at nearly al mile-a-minute speed. In ordinary reconnaissance the small truck’s crew is three men, but in, an emergency they can. accommodate five or more in ad—' dition to the driver. They are so small as to be easily concealed in the field. ington. 3-11-18—25. 4-1—4t. NOTICE OF BOND CALL Notice VlS hereby given that the fol- lowmg Utility Bonds, Series of 1935, of Public Utility District No. Mason County, W'ashington. are call- ed for payment at the office of the Treasurer of said county and that the. interest on said Bonds April 10, 1941: Public Utility District~No. 1 Utility Bonds. Series of 1935, numbered 26 1.; (133, liliclusive. 0. will cease of Mason County. By: F. G. 3-18-20-25-27.. 4-1—5t. BRIGGS. Manager‘imonths after the date of first pub- NOTICE OF \VATER RIGHT APPLICATION NO. 5393 State _uf Washington Office of Su- pcl‘l'lsol' of Hydraulics Olympia. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Notice is hereby given that Herman Ahern of Shelton, State of Washing- ton, under date of March 24. 1941, filed with the State Supervisor of Hydraulics, Olympia, Washington. an application for a permit to divert the public waters of an unnamed stream, 1 of: Public Utility DistrictI Washington for the County of Ma— son' IN THE MATTER OF THE GUARD-I IANSHIP OF CHRISTINA F. FLAN- IGAN, an incompetant person. Notice is hereby given that the un- dersigned has been appointed and has qualified as guardian of the es- tate of Christina F. Flanigan, an in~ competant_ person; that all persons i having claims against said incompetent ,person, are hereby required to serve ‘ the same, duly verified, on said guard- Kian or his attorney of record .' we. address below stated, and file the same with the Clerk of said Court, together With proof of such service within six lication of this notice, will be barred. Date of first publication March 18,1 1941. HERB HANSEN. Guardian of said Estate. Address 10332 Aurora Ave- ‘ nue. Seattle, Wash. or the same HERB HANSEN, Attorney for Estate, I10332 Aurora Avenue, ,Seattle, Wash. 3—18—25. 4-1—3t..i 4———_—_.____ in the amount of 0.2 second foot, sub- Ject to existing rights, from April 15 to October purpose of irrigation and continuously for domestic supply; that the ap- proxxmai‘c point of diversion is lo— cated Within SW14 of SE14 of Section 10, Township 21 N., Range 5 W.W.M.. in Mason County. A map showing the location and plan of said divers— ion and the place of the proposed use is on file in the office of the State Supervisor of Hydraulics. Olym— pia, Washington, together with such Either information as ‘is required by aw. Any person. firm whose. right ,will be injuriously af- fected by said application may file with the State Supervisor of Hyd- raulics. at Olympia. Washington, such objections or representations, in writ— ing, as he may desire to make, with- in thirty (30) days after date of last ()I‘ pgullilication, which date is April 8; Witness my hand and official seal: this 29th day of March, A. D. 1941. Journal Want-Ads are showing their value in every issue of the paper! , .,,. ....,....... 1.....- St t CbHAS. J. BAR'fiHOLET. . ac ‘u)ervi‘0' f r ' (SEAL) l s: 0 )draulics 4—1-8~-2t. 1 of each year for the;, , ;lngton. Will open bids in the Council I‘ corporation . , CALL FOR. Bins The City Council of Shelton, Wash- Chamber in the City Hall in Shelton! Washington, at 8 O’clock P. M. April 3, 1941, for about 25000 feet of wa- rm; pipe varying in size from 2” to. 12 in diameter. together with fit—i tings, valves, hydrants and other-i appurtenances to the water system. I Specifications for the material to be, ,used may be obtained, from the City Clerk upon payment of $1.00, which price .is considered rental for the Isgeciflcations and will not be return- e . i Each proposal shall be accompanied by a certified check, payable to the City Treasurer of Shelton, in an amount equal to five percent of the ,bid. The ter into a, Contract with the City and shall furnish a bond guaranteeing de— livery of the material to be furnish- 1 tory I mounted back of cab. successful Bidder shall en~. i'aulics, Olympia, Washington, an ap- plication for a permit to divert me public waters of unnamed spring tri- butary of Cases Inlet, in_the amount of 0.1 second foot, subject to ex- isting rights, continuously for the purpose of domestic supply for 20 cabins and irrigation of .lawns and gardens; that the appl'OXimate point of diversion is located within the NW3; of the SE14 of Section 17, Township 22 N., Range 1 W.W..M., in Mason County. A map showing the location and plan of said diversion and the place of the proposed use is on file in the office 01 the State Supervisor 01' Hydraulics, Olympia, lwéishington, together with such other in ormation as is required by law. Any person, firm or corporation Whose right will be injuriously af- fected by said application may file with the State Supervisor of Hyd- raulics, at-Olyinpia, Washington, such objections or representations, in writ- ing, as he may desire to make, with- in thirty (30) days after date of ,lsasthublication, which date is April , 1 41. Witness my hand and official seal this 8th day of July, A. D. 1940. CHAS. J. BARTHOLET, State Supervisor of Hydraulics. (SEAL) g-l-Ilfl2t. CALL FOR BIDS FOR COUNTY ROAD EQUIPMENT NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that sealed bids will be received by the Board of County Commissioners at their office in the courthouse at Shelton, Washington on Monday, the 14th day of April, 19-41, at two o'clock o. in. for the furnishing of the fol- lowing equipment: (me 11,2 or 2 cu. yo. capacity steel body dump truck with full “V'- equipment. Spare wheel All tries rear. Screen Dual wind- Inside dump con- 7—20, Ground grip over back window. shield swipe. Lrol. One 1935 Chevrolet dump now owned by Mason County Road District No. 2 to be traded in. ed. The City Council reserves the righti ,to reject any or all bids. Dated March 6. 1941. GLENN W. LANDERS, ' City Clerk. 3-11-18-25. 4-1-—-4t~ \ DATED this 24th day of March, 1941. HARRY DEYETTD. Clerk of the Board of Mason County Com— 1, inissionei‘s 4—1-8~~2t. Title Insurance Building Opposite First National Bank Phone Shelton _' ..__~ .‘ ~_ «A . i INSURANCE HERBERT G. ANGLE Office at Angle Building , ELLIOT B. SPRING 1 Accounting Tax Services I Bookkeeping Systems 123 4th St. Phone 565 I Painting Papering Interior Decorating ,, GEO. A. McCREARY Phone 559-J Shelton, Wn. CHARLES R. LEWIS ATTORNEY AT um I Suite 1 L. M. Bldg. Shelton, Washington I DOANE BRODI‘E I Attorney-At-Law Angle Building Phone 337 I No. 1413 NOTICE TO CREDITORS In the Sn erior Court of the State of Wash gton for Mason County in Probate IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE gg DESSIE HUGHBANKS, DECEAS- NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. that the Undersigncd. Mayben E. Wil- lits has been appointed and has quali- fied as Administrator with the Will annexed of the Estate of Dessic Hugh- banks, Deceased. and that all per- sons having claims against the said Estate or against the said Deceased are hereby required to serve the same. duly verified. with the. necessary vouchers attached upon the under- sxgned Administrator with the Will annexed or his Attorney of Record, at the Office of Chas. R. Lewis. Suite 1, Lumbernien's Bldg. Shelton, Ma- ,son County, l-Vashington, the same being designated as the place for the transaction of the business of the said Estate, and file such cliams, together with proof 31' service with :the Clerk of the above entitled Court, 'within six months after the first publication of this Notice, to-wit: March 11th, 1941, or said claims will be forever barred; Date of first pub— lication, March 11th. 1941. MAYBEN E. VVILLITS. Administrator with the Will annexed of the E3- of Dessie Hughbanks. Deceased, Suitel. Lum- )ermcu's Bldg, Shel- lnn. Mason County. Washington. CHAS. R. LEWIS. Attorney for said Es- tate. Suite 1, Lumber— fien's gldg, swims, ason oun y, as - inston. 3-11-18-25. 4-1—4t.