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April 3, 1941     Shelton Mason County Journal
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Page Ten Insect Control Means 1 Radio Call Letters Explained In Circular} Thc Federal Communications commission now has on its books about 65,000 active radio call letter assignments, some 54.000 been given to amateurs. 3.300 to shipping corporations, 1,800 to civil Explanations of the various commonly used poisons for gur- den insects and a chart listing the various insects and recommended control methods are contained in1 the circular “Pest Control" re- cently revised and reprinted by the Extension Service of the State 1 College of Washington. One of; Coast Guard and 250 to the forest service. the popular “Food from the Farm” 1 tension agents 0,. may be seen“ : series, the pest control circulari has proved helpfm to home gawk ed by writing the Agricultural Ex- eners thruout the state. Copies;tenSion SerVice. State (3011080 0f may be obtained from county cx- V’Vashington, Pullman. OU’LL NEED IT when you wear the PORTIS “AMERICA”! You’ll be complimented by your own Miss “America” (Mrs. too!) when she sees you in this newest Portis style. . .Its broad style-right brim is reinforced by a sturdy, custom-looking edge . . .The attractive band is folded by hand . . .The lining shows American travel scenes in full color. . .It’s your hat! MUNRO’S MEN’S STORE _ (Formerly Diehl’s Men’s Store) having , aviation organizations, 1,100 to state , and city police departments, 300 to ‘ lillllllllBERS MEET 1.1110111111153311? 1 I l l 11th 10101313113111 Abe-s To Be lag—trough (Tempe-1 tifion For Shelton; Vaughn 1 Routh Again, 20-4 1 l 1 . l i i Highclimber diamond warriors" move, against their first topnotch competition of the current prep baseball season next Tuesday af-l 1tcrnoon when they entertain the lstrong Lincoln Railsplittcrs of Ta— icoma on Loop Field in a gamel scheduled to get under.way atl 3three o‘clock, Coach Homer Tay— ‘lor said yesterday. ‘ The I—lighi-limber mentor prob- ably will start his strongest line-1 up, as far as he knows it to be' at this time. against the Abes, «which would mean Ralph LeDrew, I three year veteran righthander, would get the pitching assign- jlm-lit. As yet the Highclimber coach lhaisn't been able to get a real line Ion his new performers for two lpracticc games with Vaughn were , so lopsided as to be hardly a test‘ -of true abilities. The second garlic Ewas played at Vaughn Monday .Wlth the Highclimbers emerging SJELTONMASQN .90., Northwest Woman Sees Historic Tire UNTY JOURNAL Heedsport News 1 Brevities Given 1 By Correspondent By Baty McKiel l 1 Soule was taken ill suddenly last bed. ' Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Lunt and family of Port Angeles, were vis- itors for the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Will Lunt. Mrs. T. B. Smith arrived home Monday from California where lshe has been visiting for the past 'two months. 1 Mr. and Mrs.‘ Dan Conan were 1visitors of their many friends in lHoodsport Tuesday. 1 Oscar Ahl returned from the 1hospital to his home, where he will convalesce from his recent 1 operation. 1 Mr. and Mrs. Ross Williams will ,be moving to Quilcene soon. At lpresent, Mrs. Williams is con- lfined to the Shelton hospital and 1has a lovely baby boy. Mr. and Mrs. son and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Street of Seattle, were weekend visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Daniels, and son, David. ,ter, Rose, motored to Seattle on Hoodsport, April 1. —— Mrs. Don I . week and is still confined to her" Howard Epper- , 1 Mrs. Herb Dickinson and daug‘h- ' . l iii-liege Jest"? LNG large .5 1 ii iii . 111115111111 ‘ WHITE NAPHTHA l . l 1 . I I jwitli a 211 to A. verdict. ‘ Sophomore Jess Phillips. vwho jplliycd shortstop in the first game MRS. CARRIE S. M. HENDERSON of Albany, Oregon, was present when one of the automatic curing molds in the Ford Motor Company’s tire plant popped open last Thursday afternoon, marking another im- portant milestone in the plant‘s brief history—the completion of the five 1Wednesday on a. shopping tour. Mr. and Mrs. H. Follett motor- ed to Olympia on Monday. Beautiful The Soap of '. n last Friday. divided pitching (hi-- ties with Junior Bob Puhn, also 1 millionth Ford tire. I Tire No. 5,000,000 was a 4-ply white sidewall size for passenger car use. The plant’s capacity now is 10,000 tires and tubes daily for passen- 1a rightl‘iander. Each gave up ‘two runs Phillips working five i-. . N . . . .' commerCialc rs trucl'sa innings and Puhn finishing up“ gel cars’ a y 1Phillips gave a rather impressive‘ performai ‘e for his first varsity1 Lmoiind assignment, Coach Taylor' said. Jim McConib, veteran keystone. packer, was again the hitting star. 1‘.Vitll three safeties, one being :11 Ecircuit wallop with the bags load—1 it’d in the first frame. 1 I Wait Johnson, one'of the ner llads on the, 1941 squad, played 1shortstop with so-so results, leav-1 1mg Coach Taylor still undecided] 1over that post. 1 Due to inisplacingr the score- lbook during the trip back from1to Charles Anderson, one of the Crescent Mine Is Being Prepared Port Angeles, March 31. — A crew of 16 men are engaged in preliminary work at the Crescent Manganese Mine, preparing that mine for development, according ,v;., 1 . . , owners. The mine was recently ligl,§§tngvgilgfifesco'e Of an gamelleased to a group of offiCials of 1 .41.. ' the Sunshine Mine, in Idaho aiid 1 I key men and supervisors {are here 1District 1.0.OOF. “£197.51? 1from that mine to- do the pre- 1 . . 1liminary work. I Meetlng In Olympla. A large compressor is on the l , . , , lground, bunk houses and other 1 The Odd FCHOWS 0’; Dlstrmt NO- i mine buildings are being construc- 14' .lncmdmg Shelton» W‘u h_°1d1l;ed and tracks laid in the pres— ithell‘ semi—annual group meet1ng1ent tramming tunneL 12‘? Olympla,neXt satulday eve'l Anderson declared that it is 111mg, at which the main feature expected that the first deve10p_ 1will be conferring of the Juniorjment work will Start in a week ldegree on a class of young people or ten days. A Shaft will be lin which Shelton Odd Fellows will1sunk m the present tunnel to hit take a part. The work will close the ore body that had previous_ Wlth an Oyster Slippery and all ly been located 300 feet below the members are invited. Have you discovered how smoothly your w motor idles down with Finer Flying A? SMOOTH AT EVERY V '9’- Out of one traffic speed into another. Speed up. Slow down. Now speed up again. At one of these traffic speeds your motor probably fails to run smoothly with ordinary gasoline. Perhaps it’s at 25 miles an hour, or maybe at 45. Perhaps it balks only at slow speeds—at 10 miles an hour or 15. But you don’t have to put up with this. Not any more. We have actually created a gasoline made to give you smoothness at every spec . It's 7 gusolines blended into one. You’ve heard of most of them . . . Polymerized gasoline, Cracked gasoline, Alleylated, Solvent-refined, Natural, Straight- run and Reformed. These are all in Finer Flying A. And each is in there working to do a certain job. One keeps your motor smooth as you cruise at highway . ‘ FinerFl Try a tankful today and feel the difference speeds. Another'reduces knock at traffic speeds. An- other smooths out the hard pull. All seven gasolines blended together give you new smoothness at every speed. Find out. Try a tankful of Finer Flying A today. Dis- cover the pleasant diflerence' as you go through chang- ing speeds. Speed up. Slow down. Go fast again ——- smooth at every speed. Sincerely yours.You molhers asked m to put in comfort station facilities for yongslerx. So, Ioday, Certified Clean Com- fort Station Sign: say—"For Baby, Too." There’s special seat for baby. And tbere is always a supply of tissue sea! cover: for extra protection. It’s another Axsaciatezl service. TIDE WATER ASSOCIATED OIL COMPANY y_i_|_i_ A- t AssnclAi‘En DEALEBS‘ For Development, FINER FLYING A '5 7 GASOLINES IN ONE Mrs. Rex and Mrs. Loughnan of 1Shelton visited friends in Hoods- 1port Friday. I Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Dickinson are preparing to move to Stair-- case for the summer, where Mr. Dickinson operates the Staircase Camp Resort. Mr. Andrew Hembury of Lilli- waup died suddenly last week af— 1ter a short illness, following a lore is to be stock-piled for de- [major operation, in the Shelton lieu“ pin-nose. it is declared. ‘General Hospital. His old friends .The owners of the mine, Char-10h the canal will miss him. les Anderson, Theodore Rixon and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Follett spent the heirs of Chris Morgenroth 1the weekend at their summer 1and Joseph March recently leased 1home on the canal, in the Gate- the mine to a corporation com- iway Inn Hotel yard. posed of officials of the Sunshine1 Mrs. Dick Addleman and 1Mining Company. The officialisogers, are visiting are not developing the property in Everett. for the Company bUt as an in‘ Mrs. King Whitaker has been dependent venture, Anderson de- quite in and is confined to the dares. Shelton General Hospital. The Crescent Manganese mine,1 Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Collins of a high grade property, is the only 1 Seattle were weekend visitors of manganese mine on the peninsula Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Kaare, and that has actually produced any little daughter Karen Marie. large quantity of ore. Under leasel Mr. and Mrs. Alex Bartels are to Jameson and Peacock ten Iplanning to move into the houSe years ago the mine shipped sev— irecently vacated by Floyd Smith, eral thousand tons of high grade I when he moved Sunday ore at a profit to the operators 1recently com and owners. 1ing Hood Canal. nd tractors. _ l ltunnel level. The ore will be 1 1lioisted from that level to the Itunnel and trammed through that 1tunnel to road and track-side. The son, indefinitely Tea1 the frospelctisznfrzdyou are. W1 3. euros an . . 1 Red-Hot Bowling Journal Want-Ads—Phone 100 WOMEN’S BOWLiNG LEAGUE \V. ...... .41 Forrest Gardens 40 .506 101a Mill ................. .. ..41 40 .506 Mason Cleaners ..40 41 .494 1Quallty Cleaners ...... ..40 41 .494 I 1 High Scores . GameuJuanita Starwich 186. Total—Hazel Ferrier 511. Matches Monday Quality vs. Forrests. 1 Mason vs. Old Mill. not see anything like it again in ,a long, long time, fans. 1 Here it is three weeks from 1the close of the season and those .battling feminine bowlers have ljust as tight as it is humanly :possible to squeeze It at the pres— ent time, all four teams being 1within a single game of each oth- ,er. . ‘ Next week, if things break just right, the league can be all tie”d up with every team having iden- Itical records. That can come labout if Quality Cleaners and Mason Cleaners. can each win two games respectively from Forrest Gardens and Old Mill. . Quality hammered out a 3 to 1play behind the pin spilling of 1Tena Stevens and Hazel Ferrier, land at the same time Forrest Gardens cliamed a to 1 verdict over Mason Cleaners, allowing the gardeners to step onto the lea- gue’s top rung along with Old 1Mill. Min ,Durand and Pauline lstaley produced the strong scor- ling for the flower girls. 10m Mill (0) [QuaL Clean. (3) I Handicap 2101 Handicap 195 IF. Fredson 41018. Ferrier 511 IM. Kubik 36311‘. Stevens 400 IF. Cormier -3351M.Suth’r’lnd 308 .G. Pauley 235 G. Skelsey 426 1M. Stewart 455 K. Allen 405 1603 601 707 2008 661 776 808 2245 Forrest (2) Mason Clean. (1) Handicap 102 Handicap 174 E. Peterson 372 E. Smith 390 D. LaBarr 362 B.Wo'dw’rth 270 M. Brewster 423 M. Wood 405 M. Durand 454 I. Dodds 440 P. Staley 46011 Starwich 459 729 759 685 21731715 725 698:2138 Shelton. Bowlers ' Capture Prizes Final returns from the West Seattle handicap bowling tourna- ment which closed Sunday after two weekends of play show Pete at any speed 1first weekend with his 696 total, handicap included. 1 Phil Bayley took eighth with his 664 total, Ev Fourre finish- 1ed 23rd with a 625 total, and Jess Daniels was 32nd with a 616 total in the field of 143 con- . testants. , Among the 81' doubles teams, the two Shelton combinations of son, and Arnie Aronson and Phil VBayley tied for eight place with 1273 totals. ' Realistic Artists Many medieval Russian artists, when painting a holy personage on an icon, .used an odd method to make each figure “realistic.” They would first paint the skeleton, then the body organs. then the flesh and, lastly. add the clothes. into his, pleted home overlook- ‘ l 1 League Scramble, l L. Pct. « Take a good look for you may. . their little old league knotted up, 0 win over Old Mill in this weeks Carlson of Shelton retained the' first place spot he held after the/1 Toad Sergeant and Mark Fred-1 Women lie/V BREAMIER, FASTER-MIXING CRISCO 34b. G-lb. ,g Alaska Pink, Happyvale SALMON—No. 1 tall .. . . 2 CATTA R ‘ProFeglLGngls KNIFE SET MEAT SLICER AND COOKS KNIFE ‘ ONLY 50¢ with. PURCHAS E fl . r 12 Betty Croclf 1 Ole Bak. ' 49-lb. sack ____________ _. 1.63 40-02' '- Betty Crocker “StrawberrY” MARMALADE JA. ONLY 1¢ with purchase of 2 pkgs. of While Supplies Last I PREM .................................................. .. 2 All pork lunch meat. 12-02. tin. 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