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, age Six Sl-IELTONQMASON COUNTY JOURNAL Thursdau}? , ' l . igon, California, the Grand Can-101‘ Elinor Chapter. :Sliort, Mrs. Helen Anderson andl ‘yon, Yellowstone. to the East' lra Morse is home for a thirty" Miss Dorothy 1103019an Mrsfl . l . . and South. Mr. Heckman. a phovjday furlough from Camp LCVJ]S.;S{Z'dz‘k came home With the ham; tcgraphcl' by profession, shows lllCllll’lBEli" llli‘iKE 5 A gIt will be remembered he is the‘ors of having been elected vice-l ‘the real artist in knowing what husband of our local girl, {itzupregiacnt of the Federation of; E , will be a good picture for coloi"l\'[cHCiii'y. Mason County clubs. ‘ g , ‘ llNCOlN T‘llligllAY; ,. _ .___ E»... 1, 1., .V_. . ..-»~../___.— P.U.D. Bilge—1? (Continued from Page One) Progress toward bringing elec- tricity to Harstine Island has been! confined so far to securing ease-g ments from property holders on} the island for right of ways for the lines. Easements on the main—f land side have still to be obtained,',' Union Residents E nj 0 y Pictures At Club Meeting Union, April 9. Monday eve- ning was a momentous occasion for all who were fortunate enough Mr. and Mrs. Enoch Nelson are, Alfred Borgcn has a new car! Enoch Nelson spent several days , moving into their new home this on the mail run to Bremerton_ i last week in Everett where he ‘wcek. Mr. and Mrs. Nolan Mason‘ Frank Miner and Wilbur From; went as delegate to the carpen- are now established in the former i 291' of North Dakota. who joinedl i l l i l l . , . . i 1 . . . . r- l . . i ters’ union home of the Nelsons. ltne lNathilal Guards and Were‘DOZen Ll‘i'OFh FYI-‘M‘llt Abeh “ml and this week P.U.D. No. 3 Will. . an 1 Im— 1 l . . .. . . . l tg‘ofetrtneglift télleuthacncil ieea th e Last Saturday evening, Mr.‘ Mrs. Alice Lazarus, friend of l l‘CCt‘ULIY transrerl‘ed to Fort LBW“ Te” Unwrap/J 5231;“, 9”“ imal-zc application to the War De-t, h Fine ictureq shown by W s . A1 ‘Martin and Edimaily years, ant ’I‘. J. Howar(l,‘l-‘3v W91?- gUCStS 0f MY- and MI'S- “31“! H9?“ 1‘ “a” ipartment for an overhead cross; Heckngan. tThree reels were went with Mrs. Sophialan uncle, were guests 0.” lVlrs.;Hal'l€y NBIdOU laSt Sunday _—"~ ging- for the Harstine lines. The, Nelson and Mr. and Mrs. George i Alice Martin for a couple of days; Adams to the house party at El— i this week. They came out es—i don, given by Mrs. Anne W'ebbepecially for the installation care-; i . . , . for the officers of the past yCEl'El‘JOl‘llCS of the Elinor Chapter of' prep ,crossing will require approximate-g Shel- 31y 1650 feet of overhead lines! {which will be strung higher thanl :the present telephone lines tov Centralia’s powerful baseball club meets the ton Highclimbers on Loop Field this afternoon at 2:30 o’clock shown of beautiful scenes on the canal, the Olympic peninsula and other parts of this state. It was a real travelogue through Ore- Army Market Is , _ l the Eastern Star when Mrs. Mar—“y in another practice game for the island. } {tin was installed by her friend asl Gpen To the 10931 nine, The originally Work to extend P.U.D. 3 linesi lVV’OI‘tlly Matron. Miss Mariettal scheduled Southwest Confer- to the Matlock, Satsop, and Bee-l , Martin was also out for the occas- On Qualification euce game with Olympia for ville areas is to be pushed asi v y lion from Bremerton- Friday has been postponed by quickly as possible, but the powerl ‘L 0 “ M}, and Mrs, ()tto Hoseicaf and, mutual agreement of both teams } district is losing much of the: ldaughter, Dorothv. were here for: Any Washington grower maYl until May, when it will be play— ,‘W.P.A. labor it has enjoyed sincel Y (5” u r e ‘a few days this“ week at their! 5611 fresh frmt 811d pr0duce t0 the; ed as a. night game. i the first of the year as county . v ,, .summer home. Miss Dorothy l Arnjyy PTOVided hiitcan till: hls; -~Ai~ ‘road work draws more heavily 3‘ E a 1k 1 n g - iRoseleaf was a piano solOist for ggzfiilgatlilgnsagzg Igggk’ and Horrible defensive ball cost the 5 upon it as the weather Improvesi ‘-.w--_fi,‘;.,~ :,.-.;.--..--.U, .2, What’s EASTfR without HAM? l l l them ‘ visited ithe District meeting of Federated Clubs in Shelton, Tuesday. Miss Inez Streator, teacher in Seattle, is spending Easter va- cation with her sister Mrs. Fanna Mrs. where they were the guests of Mrs. John Robinson. Mrs. and Mrs. Addleman were met there by Mrs. Clara Seth, another daughter of Mrs. Main, who took to California for several weeks' Visit. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Addleman of Hoquiam were weekend guests at, the Orin Addleman friends here. Among those who atter'ed the district meeting in Shelton Tues- day, were Mrs. Merritt Stark, home a n d DANoE‘ Clara Main, and her aunt, Mrs. Orin Addleman, to Portland: i ducers in this state need to con-l Main vided he can deliver in sufficient ; quantitv, according to information [received by F. E. Balmer, direct— lor of extension at the State Col- l Balmer outlined several points which fruit and vegetable pro- sider if they are to sell to the i Army as follows: The growers should contact the {nearest Army buying office as soon as its location is announced. V'I‘liirty regional purchasing of- lfices are to be established in the liiear future with locations of those in this area to be announced I as soon as possible. l Growers should furnish the io— l(:al buying office in advance. in- ‘ formation concerning the products established government grades, growers should determine in ad- requiremcnts as to grades, pack- aiid minimum units of pur- specifications, which are based on‘ vance from the buying office its- IShelton Highclimbers a 13 to 6'2 ibeating at the hands of the Lin- coln Abes of Tacoma Tuesday in la practice game on Loop li‘ieid. : l A dozen Highclimber miscues, Wright. legs of Washington, from the U. S. afield dnd a Iew mm” between tion of fofmer West Coast Power Last Saturday morning Miss. Office Of PY'OdUCtlon Manage'lthe C'ars gave the Abe: ten um i company holdings behind it, P.U. lJean Main motored her mother-,3 ment- learned ij‘ ‘D'. 3 employes now have things, , runs, of which were lscored off Ralph LeDrew and fourl ‘off Elmer Carlson. On an earned irun basis the Highclimbers had“ la to 3 edge over their rivals. l l The messy fielding started right! off iii the first inning when Jess ,Phillips kicked Rooney‘s ground— er, which was followed by Bemis’i home run a few minutes later forl three unearned runs. nyer’s tri- ple and a wild pitch gave thel Abes their lone earned marker ‘off LeDrew in the fourth, but lbobblcs allowed two more to reg- ister in the same frame, follow-l led. by a singleton gift run in the‘ Carlson off to a bad start andl two unearned tallies in the sixth. Swanson‘s triple and Browse’s double sent over a deserved Lin—. coln tally in the seventh, while only one of three Abe runs in. i at peak periods a 'short time ago.! led at the First g baker At the present time the districtl has about 50 W.P.A. men in its} emplé'y, but had as many as 80) With its first month of opera- working in A-l order with thei office staff onto the routine. A pole yard has been construct—i and Kneelandl property of the district, where 300‘ poles purchased from the Stude- Pole Company are to be. delivered for the line extensions the district is now engaged in. P.U.D. 3 is now working out de- tails of another free range wir- ing campaign in cooperation with Shelton merchants, ' 7! Ag WALNUT)! k Allied-nun" ~ Why no! make that Easter Gift Something that will not Fade—Something She’ll Cherish Through the Years? Spence “72 ;MT5- ca“ MCCCC‘i M151 I'C d and quantities of each which they fifth. , *‘"""““*'“'"“"’“"'"""‘“’"*"n" expect to have for sale. Since all, lit Keeps Oil And ()il l , I ‘ narchases will be made on Army. Four gummcd up plays got[ ‘. I Oen Furniture Coll; S 5;? a TERMS TO SUIT ~»w* -r. 4r. .. . ,l‘ , a La ‘ is 11‘ *2 mosses .. a: v '7 .1. t , h, .1 , .a _ chase, for each of the crops in tth Ninth Wflf'i legitimate. , ‘ iigutfewg’gx,tmifhfip. 313.2,; at which they are interested. The Highcllmbcrs, on the other, x. u 'n g individual grower hand, got no such assistance from savory Ham on the dinner table. Ham is what they expect to “top off" the day! Old—fashioned farm flavor. It’s the most delicious you've ever eaten .................... .. lb. and CARSTEN’S '1‘. 23¢ WE CARRY ARMOUR’S STAR, SVVIFT’S PREMIUM C. Sanitary Market ‘Where You Always Get 16 Ounces to a Pound’ PHONE 242 COTA ST. r DAY'I'Oll Sat. flpril 12 Music by Four Aces Gents 35¢ -— Ladies 10¢ finds it impossible to supply large enough quantities of a commodity to gain consideration, he should arrange to cooperate with other growers so that, through consol- idation of supplies, they may be able to offer a quantity that will meet requirements. All Army purchases will be made on a delivered basis and, consequently, while sales are made to’ the regional purchasing office, 'deiiveries are made to the quater- master of the Army camp in the immediate area. I i l ! l l l l I i I ‘ Where an l l l l l l l l the Abes and had to earn all but one of their runs. In fact they put only four men on base in? the first five innings, so effective was Righthanded Swanson on the Abe mound, but singles by Ken Fredson and Ken Latham, follow- ed by Jess Phillips’ triple broke (the ice in the sixth, Phillips com- pleting the circuit on a bad I throw in. Relief l-Iurler Rescues Game . The Highelimbers kept thed comeback rolling with three more .markers in the seventh when Carlson and Warren Woods sin- gled, moved up as Earl Lumsden rolled away, and tallied on La~ tham’s clean smash into center. I I I Sprlng T1es Dozens of new beautiful ties for Easter and spring. Ex- Jim McComb's triple down the ' j. . .~ cluswe powdered colorings —« M . Etiggfleld line chased Lathami new shades, stripes and plaids Mcbombys blow came of, Rcd ~—they’re hand-tailored to 'tie [If lG'rassi, Abe relief pitcherf but a perm“ kn°t.a“d t‘? Stay “ed! that was the last the big red_ and they reSist wrinkles and y iflflffifflfiifll’iifl my ._I i head gave up. He fanned the side in the eighth with his swift one, 'downed another on strikes in the ninth and got the other two on weak infield flies after giving up one walk, so he retired seven of nine men to face him for a high- ly effective job of relief hurling. The two clubs tangle again next Monday in‘VTacoma. wear like iron. 1.00 Also a large selection at 55¢— 2 for $1.00. 1 ORDINARY To get the lowdowml comforf’ wear One of America’s Favorites m‘ The box score: . I Lincoln AB H 0 A E ‘ . ill flW- [703 0d] Cf """" 1 1 1 °‘ ‘ W ' ooney,1b ...... ._5 1 1 9 1 0. i A i 0 Peterson, 2b 3 1 2 1: ’ ' .fl . lSpurgeon, c 6 2 10 0 0 wad-’1 (“$5543 fly -' " ‘ t '§;}I;‘rsy’11,ff":_'_‘::i ; g i g 8' . ' It’s the Arrow Hull, and it has ‘1 p ,che an Taylor, 3b .. 5 1 1 1 1 caressing, handsome 001121!" You can if: ': }§vl;aTsaylor, ss _. s 0 1 0 0 0 It’s non-wilt, of course, and is the ".1 , Gm 521.0% E" ~- g g a (1) .gl making a. low neckband shirt and ,“ Totals ...._:',:'.:Z'_45 13 13 27 '6 2’ it to the Shirt With Afloww-ch i Shem“ AB R H 0 E “natural Slope.” It’s $2.90; and 111‘: _' ‘ Woods, C ________ 5 1 1 3 1 we’ve collar styles to suit every m §§lég§gfin,r%b :15 (I) ; 1(1) (1 3 Arrow Shirts in fancy patterns. Ifiatgam: Cf “i: 5 2, 0 li Sizes 14 to 17 —- $2.00 to $ comb,2b .... __401310 Ithillipsl, ss .... .. ll 1 1 3 3 31' “Mark Twain” age,f .......... ..201001 ' Crossman, 3b ....4 0 1 3 35 ' m “’5 ‘ Lem, ,, ______ H2 0 0 1 0 0. DRESS SHERTD 1» . {fitrgggblékgnfi 11L 3 g i 8 White and colorewall collar styled, J“ ‘ Garf‘lspl}, p 2 1 1 0 1 Oil l Lgusdngrs . J r . o asséégngggmgiéészr 11 12K owvfnzr s LEADING wag 141;;ng ------------ riggg 3g $351313 LIGHTWEIGHT HAT ‘ i, ‘ iShelton .....__....._:000 003» 300— 6l , i» A P h' 3: ' as.” Breezyiswingy! Smart! n e' as 1"” — .l i . [Ii-base hits—inyer 2, Swanson,‘ ,' " u sunng McComb, Phillips. 2-base hits—i first Chm“: “1th me“ M11 be Med 1. . . {01‘ gl Browse, Lumsden. SaCiifice hitl _1 k h 1- 1. In t“I’l‘lii ' d cu!“ —Pe‘terson. Runs batted in ~— Wlo now t 6” lglt‘ NUNN BUgH 1}: seoming ‘ y Bemis 3, Dick Taylor, Don Tayf‘ - " .l hedule'( ble for-—LeDrew 1, lor, Spurgeon, Phillips 2, Latham 2, McComb. Innings pitched LeDrew 5, Carlson 4, Swanson 6 2/3, Grassi 21’s. Runs responsi- Carlson 2, Swanson 5. Struck out—LeDrew weight hats! . . . $5 Take‘om" “’0; "‘1 men—here’ivr , will satisfy- smartness , 4, Swanson 4, Grassi 4, Carlson " I L 1. Walks em LeDrew 2, Carlson Sat New i 2, Grassi 1. Hit batter#nyer by Railway LeDrew. Don Taylor by Carlson. trained 3y ’7 ‘10 ‘1‘ day Wild pitch—LeDrew 1, Swanson’ ' i5 ‘1 m CA I 1. Stolen basewBrowse. Double] faShwnmg I' v. play~McComb to Phillips to reason—and; 1 First and Pine Al Huerby Motors Phone, 16 Lumsden, Crossman to Lumsden to Crossman. Umpire Oskerl Ericksen. . if HOME LOANS C Convenient Terms 0 Reasonable Rates 0 NO DELAY I Mason County Savings & Loan Association I Title Insurance Bldg. i l l l BEDFORD SQUARE ; OXFORDS: 3.50 to 4.75