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April 8, 1941     Shelton Mason County Journal
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Page Six: GFRL nous TODAY Mr. and Mrs. of Shelton became parents baby daughter horn today at ten hospital. 6 THEATRE SHELTON. WASHINGTON of Two shows every night Starting at 7:00 P.M. Matinee 2:15 p.m. Saturday and Sunday Adm" 10¢ and 25¢, plus tax (State 2c; Federal 13¢) Last Time Tonight! BETTE DAVIS in “THE LETTER” Wednesday Only “CHARTER PILOT” Lynn Bari Lloyd Nolan Thursday 01in 15¢ NITE Friday - Saturday “SCATTERGOOD EAINES” Guy Kibbee . Thomas Kneeland 1 a a ‘liel- xLocal Kiwanians See Boeing Plant l l l A delegation of Kiwanians from i ' Shelton had the privilege of going through the big Boeing Airplane Eplant in Seattle Sunday as the {guests of Major John A. Corkille, iAil‘ Corps representative, who was }a recent speaker at the club. The iparty, which included Homer Tay— E,“Bre kfast” (Continued from Paar , in which Dr. MacVVhinney iDr. Hartley made the trip here, to the speedy, low-winged mono- plane with retractable landing gear which was flown in by .George Oswald of the Oswald Fly- ling Service of Tacoma. The lat- .ter is the most modern plane of its type. ‘- In addition to Benezra, the A. SHELTON-MASON ', BY MAIL: l I in Mason County (outside Irecciying their Journal by mail. I BY JOURNAL CARRIER: or $2.50 per year in advance. Published every Tuesday SHELTON—MASON COUNTY JOURNAL $2 per year; 6 months, $1.25; 3 months, 75¢. regulations forbid residents of Shelton served by City lll‘dll cal'i'lt-I‘ COUNTY JOURNAL Consolidated with The Shelton Independent Entered as second—class matter at the postoi‘l‘icc. at Shelton, “'eisliington i Subscription Rates: of Shelton city mail carrier districts) Foreign $3.50 per your. in Shelton, 25¢ per month (collected by carrier) and Thursday afternoon iIOI‘, D011 Clark, Percy Ftlllk, M. conlrnittee Vvhich arranged l iNeedham‘ Herb Ansley Sid HatCh‘ithe breakfast flight to Shelton Winston Scott, lKenzie, Dr. Collier and Mark iPickens, was much impressed HVith the huge operation and the lscore or more of big 4—motored {planes under way or ready to go. i The floor space is measured in i er, iacres rather than feet. with many? iparts. rooms for several hundred idraftsmen, and over ten thousand ;men employed in the plant. The entertainment period at gKiwanis today was filled with a :report from Dr. Collier and Homer ;Taylor of more details of the visit Alto Boeing Airplane plant Sunday l o o 0 _¢ ~.o¢.oo.o 3o. .00.... o . .;. i O o o o oi van-‘5’]. o..ov.n.u.u.~‘»'o~. o e. o o A. o a. ¢.¢c.o .00.... v o 0.. v.9 0 Symbol o o 0 .0 ‘9 o .0 t .0 '0 of o . v.0... o o Integrity O o o o u.» .0 o u o o u. o o n.“ c ‘0 c o o o o u." 2 v o 0 o 'oo'oa’ a '0 o c on. o v o goo community’s health. 9 e o o o o .00 'e o 9.9 o b o e u. 0 .9. o. o o ’0 o o o u o o o . >9 0 o .oo .0 0009. o a 9 o a.“ «"00. ‘ coco... cos... .0 . «.u.«.«.n.oo.«.c¢.oo.oo.oo'oo.oo.u« o A o o n.».«,¢ o People seldom realize the vital part their phar- macist plays in the life of the community . . . that the service he renders directly influences the We at Fir Drug Store re- gard our profession seriously . . . tools of our trade symbols of better service! Fir Drug Store 0 e o o o .N.N.vo.oo.«’o 90 WORLD’S onrnmm WITH CLUTCH PRESS .' . . . i iwhich gave many comforting facts labout the magnitude of the effort {to fill the skies with mammoth {fighting planes. i Frank Bishop, who ifoilowing world news from Europe 'gave an interesting review of imore recent phases of the war iwhieh Hitler is waging against iEngland, and particularly of the 3new move to gain control of the iBalkans with its underlying pur- iposes. He added a story of the ldecadence of French leaders which :lcd to the quick surrender as an ially, and a warning that some lof the same influences are work— 'ing in this country to weaken the ,morale of its people. FATHER LEAVES TODAY Frank Walker, father of Mrs. iFrank Willard, left here today af- lter visiting at the Willard home for the past three weeks. He went to Seattle to visit his son. 0 o v o o o o o o o.~.o¢.oo.oa.o¢.o0.00.0“. v. o‘, o o 5 e”. 0%. 0;. .;. . 0:0 .;. 0.. Bad ge .E. .g. of 3: 0:. Honor .3. .g. C .;. .;. .;. .g. .;. 0.0 0:. 1 o. 0,9 30 o .9 u. u. u 09 ‘0 o o o co and make the o u. o o u. :0 0.0 0‘. 3 0.. 6.0 l .5. . 0:. 9:0 0:. 2. o 000.00.00.90... 000900. . .00.‘6.00.00.~.oo.4o.~.u.«.«.oe.oo.».n.«.oo.e$.03... builds and everybody 1 T0 SHIFT! WHEN you see the Hydra-Matic emblem on the “car ahead,” you know it stands for two things: One—the a Phone 114 drive that’s backed by the big- gest name in motordoml Two —thc drive that does things no other drive can do! No other drive in the world completely eliminates the conventional clutch and clutch pedal. No other gives completely auto- matic shifting through all four forward speeds. And no other makes driving so simple, easy LDSMOBILE - Mell Chevrolet Company is closely co, 0’. ' ",acre tract which has creek flowing through it. “m... (ma/slums Ifnows it’s VVv A- MC‘ Sunday included Virginia Ogden; Andrews of Falcon Flyers; Viola- belle Witters, Josephine Nims, Washington Escachille Flying ,Club; and Dr. Hartley, A.O.P.A. .1 president. l Many Clubs Represented Other clubs and services repre- group in addition to those al- ready mentioned were L. E. Short, iSky Skippers and Privateers; By Land Violet Knudsen, R.A.F.; Dr. ,‘Carruthers, Albatross Club; Ruth iAnderson, oresident of Associated iWomen Flyers; Mildred Merrill, fJean Drolesbrough, C. Bertag'a- Fna, Washington Aircraft Club; E. ‘L. Andrews. United Airlines and Cloud Busters; Forest Greenough, (Bremerton Flying Service; Borck— ier and Hicks, Olympia Flying Ser~ ivice; Holly Fletcher, Kent Flying iService; Chuck VVafle, Witters ,‘Flying Service; Red ’Grady, Al- ‘butross Flying Club; Cliff Thor- ‘sen, Washington Aircraft; Gene ‘and Vern Loop,.Galvin Flying Ser— ,‘V’icc; Morley Chapman, C.P.T.P. istudent on cross country with fIiist’ruetor Leif Ostcns; Carl Lae- lmen, Sky Skippers; Harold Swan- son, l":'ivateers; and some flying ‘their own ships such as Ed Eiigle in a Waco cabin plane, Mr. and ers. Fred Brunton in mono- iplaiie, Red Stivei's in Taylor- (1. a icraft, and Chuck Bierney in aieffect of the spending must continue for years 1 Taylor Cub. ‘65 Mattresses“ i Now Completedi The fifty-pound cotton mattresses lthe Dayton school brings to itotal of 66 mattresses that ifurnishing comfort to Mason County families. This, however, ,is only one-fourth of those to be imade in the county. ! The Dayton community is the second to have completed the pro- Eject, Southside having been first. i The program will likely be at a standstill for a short time until fmore cotton and ticking is re- !ceived. As soon as the material :is received several centers will be operating at the same time. Applications are still being re- leeived at the County Extension iofficc. l). ShickBBuilding New l i Residence At Union Work on the basement founda- tions was begun this morning on !a new home for Bert Shick, Shel- ‘ ton ‘ Canal near Union. The George Grisdale Construc- ‘ tion Company equipment was used ,last weekend to clear off a half- a small backs it ~— good l” and safe. Why not try the car that has the drive that General Motors builds —-try Oldsmobile! Hydra-Mattie Drive Optional at Extra Cost v {0‘ Detroit Transmission :Division of General Motors where Olds Hydra-Matic Drives areproduced. lst & Grove completion ' of thirty-one; at ‘ are real estate agent, on Hood l l l l l Editor Ifollowing the present huge spending program for, war purposes now in progress, in which this state ‘has been allocated a lion’s share of the federal billions. J. EBER ANGLE Manager Member of “'ashington Newspaper Publishers’ Association and NatiOi'ial Editorial Assomaiion. SOME LIVELY YEARS AHEAD I v It is now certain that there are several lively ‘heavy machines to tum out the'sented 1“ the breakfast fllghtyears ahead for the Northwest and for Shelton, The cantonment building, airports, expan- sion of plane and munitions plants, rehabilitation 30f old war days forts, ship building just getting its gait, all contribute to. to all business. I Itinue at high speed for a huge employment pro- gram and new era of high wages and new boost Much of this spending like Coulee and Bonne- ,ville, dams and irrigation projects will soon dou— Ible state population and business, and will be of lpermanent nature, because it is now certain that these projects are more 'or less permanent, par- iticularly to supply the need for trade shipping. Should the war end now all this must con- a year at least and the ito come, at least as long as our people take full building and investment isight; the only i already badly needed. A {advantage of the boom and prepare to share by in the new era. Shelton is right in line with the march of lprogress with its $80,000 new gymnasium, $150,-‘ 000 plywood plant, airport improvement, and not far away another new industry in the manganese reduction plant; with many business changes in flaw being a shortage of homes WATCH MANGANESE DEVELOPMENT local capital an entirely Without any fuss and feathers or call for? new industry is being Istarted on Hood Canal which will do What our; people have been crying for for many years, I i manganese worth while developed. That manganese ore is there has long been really test out Whether the Olympic region has and perhaps prove that there are copper and other ores of value to be known since this was opened up and shipped in small quantities in World War days, but was not proven profitable even" at the then demand be- cause no economical way was known for its smelting; now such a process by electricity has been worked out, and the government has fin- .Arizona. V i It is now probable .pics all these years will i ’ anced test I great industry lwar needs, with ample money this way. Watch i lanced a test smelteryvhich has been placed in that the faith of those ‘who prospected and clung to claims in the Olym- be proven by a well fin- , with good prospect for a new and! in Mason County spurred on by ore, electricity, water, iroad and railroad transportation convenient; and once proven the government will throw a lot of this development. Warning! Writers’ Cramp Plague To Descend 011 Town Writers’ cramp may take on the dimensions of a plague around Shelton Thursday, _but don't be alarmed, citizens, it’ll only be a temporary ailment confined to Ac- tivians. The service clubmen Wednesday .night tackle their annual task of lettering a flock of easter eggs, a , flock in this case representing something like 650 to 700, which .will serve as prize awards in the annual Easter Egg Hunt the Ac- tiviaiis stage each Easter for Ma- ,son County kiddies. Hunt Chairman Bill Bourland , reported today that the prize egg count was approximately 650 with “salesmen” still working. An y merchants in town who may have been missed by accident by Bour- land’s staff of “salesmen” may I call Bourland, at the 20th Century lFood Store, phone 29, and place their orders. In addition to the egg lettering. which will be done on hard-boiled hen fruit, the Activians will sack up a. couple of boxes full of candy eggs, two or three to a glassine bag, which will be scattered around Kneeland Park along with the prize eggs. ning’s labor ahead of them, along with their regular business routine, for tomorrow night’s weekly meet- ing in the Shelton Hotel. And by the way kids, don‘t for- get to save the date next Sunday, for that’s when the hunt will be held. Full details of the exact time, age divisions, and regula-, tions governing the hunt will be! announced by Chairman Bourland following tomorrow night's club meeting and will be published in Thursday‘s Journal. ATHLETE IN HOSPITAL Warren Woods, Shelton high So the clubmen have a full eve- ' District -I. W. A. Supports Bridges; Savage Candidate Centralia, Monday, April 7. The fifth annual Southwest Wash- ington district convention of the International Woodworkers of America clOSed here last night With adoption of resolutions de- manding a halt in attempts to deport Harry Bridges, condemning the National Defense Mediation Board and calling for resignation of one of the union's international vice presidents. The delegates voted 2 to 1 for the third resolution, demanding resignation of Worth Lowry, Sea- sfie, 01"., accused in the resolu- tion text of having described an I.W.A. strike as “cold-blooded sabotage against national defense! The board resolution declared the board was a challenge to labor’s right to strike and picket. Delegates also nominated Te d Dokter, Pe Ell, incumbent, and Kenneth Johnson, Aberdeen, for district president. Art Davenport, Raymond, the incumbent vice- preSident, was renominated, along 'with Hugh Gillespie, Little Rock, the present secretary, William An- derson, Aberdeen, and Virgil Burtz, Bucoda, were nominated for that office; and Charles Savage, Shelton, and John Reichel, Cen- tralia, were nominated for treas- urer. Savage is the incumbent. Local unions will vote on the nominations. Weinel Honored For 28 Years With Bank Twenty-eight years of service with the local bank through its several changes in name and con- trol were commemorated last night when the present bank staff gathered at the Colonial House to honor Louis Weinel, recently re- signed manager, and Mrs. Weinel. Seventeen employes and their wives gathered for a 7:30 dinner, after which a handsome gift was school athlete, was treated at the Shelton hospital last weekend for an arm infection. l presented Mr. Weinel as a'token of his long service with the local banking institution. l’oslal : l'I'on. iM—aEBHé Hear Of Submarines From Navy Yard Chief One of the largest turnouts of l Masons in several years gathered i this week, acation Comes i Last Two Days! You can hardly blame Shelton school students and teachers if' they do a bit of clock-watching, for spring vacatiori,| in the Masonic Temple here Sat-lamjet brief, COmeS this ThUYSday: ier George B. Evans, chief officer 'iof the Bremerton Navy Yard. l His talk was drawn chiefly from ipersonal experience and devoted glargely to submarines, with which lhe is familiar through long serv- ice in his early days with :Navy. ,as diving with to rescue a sunken submarine at Hawaii, operating a captured Ger- man submarine in the World War, land others of like nature cap- tured Commander ‘Evans’ audi— ience. Commander Evans is one of the few high Navy officials who is not a graduate of Annapolis, hav- ing worked his way up through the ranks from common seamen hard study. Commander Evans told his Mas :sonic audience that in his opinion lthe small pocket submarines ‘which must depend upon a tender ’as a base of supplies is not of a great deal of use in war. Subs iwhich can operate within a radius of 3000 miles are the best for all— garound purposes, he commented. l Commander Evans included (short history of Masonry in the )Philippine Islands, where he was [a member of Covite Lodge. He 'was introduced to. the Moriah .gathering by Master Walter Ains— worth of Port Orchard Masonic {Lodge A few Olympia Masons 'also enjoyed the program, which closed with the usual refresh- ments. ngs. Hiinter 4-H Leader President Mrs. Paul Hunter of Skokomish {Valley was elected president of the Mason County 4-H Leaders Council at the annual election {meeting held last Saturday in ‘County Agent Clinton Okerstrom’s office in the postoffice. building. ielected vice-president and Oker- istrom was re-elected secretary. ' Plans were laid for the annual I lday, which will be held May 10 school. Scorecards for selection of club delegates to the state 4-H camp at Pullman were also dis— cussed at length. Fishermen Report Duck Shooters Busy Fishermen returning from trips down Shelton Bay into Hammers- ley Inlet have reported watching for the past three weekends four 'boats bearing men, women and children which round up ducks, cause them to rise off the water and then shoot them. This alleged act, the fishermen the Such highly interesting episodes i inadequate gear. by virtue of his own efforts and‘ urday evening to hear Command-i and Friday, with l l 4a month ago. I, a , at the place Monday. the regular l weekend timeoff ' added to make -' a four-day holiday. It’s the annual “Easter Vaca-r l . tion”, Passes In California Word reaches Shelton friends of the death at Escondido, Cal, l Mother Of Dr. Pickcns } |of. Mrs. L. W. Pickens, mother of Russell Pickens, and her funeral While inl rather frail health of late she was ,in good spirits when visited by {Mn and Mrs. Louis VVeinel just, ' Mr: . Dr. Pickei'is flew: iout from New York arriving bc-l ifore the death of his mother, and! {Mrs Russell Pickens also iout in time for the funeral. The parents have been occasional visitors in Shelton and had met Imany of our people in recent lyears. flew .__~_. _ _____~__ 5 l ,HOME GUARD UNIT , DRILL nun FRIDAYi “NA 1 The Mason County Home Guard Unit will hold its next drill Fri- tday evening of this week in Lin-- coln gymnasium starting at 7:30 o'clock, First Lieut. Fred Hick— son announced today. i All members are urged to j present. l l I be Lee Huston of Southside was: ‘spring rally and demonstrationl this year at the Lower Skokomish j say, is a double violation of the game laws for it is hunting ducks out of season and at the same time shooting over water. CARD OF THANKS I Vile wish to take this means ol' expressing our sincere apprecia-i tion for the many kindnesses and sympathies extended us during our resent bereavement. I I Mrs. L. E. Sanderson Mrs. Fred Elson ; Maj. Lawson Sanderson ' Mrs. Eva Kern o 0.. ooo . 90 0.9 o o o o o o o u ‘oo;o....u.«.u.n.o5......” .4. 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