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April 15, 1941     Shelton Mason County Journal
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Ends Wednesday fore the busy Summer season gets under way. “Special inducements in th e lform of attractive combination of- l tive Summer-proof plan,” 5 a y s i e r a l Petroleum Corporation, l marketers of Mobilgas, Mobiloil and other nationally known prod— . ucts. l “The Mobilgas dealers proceed. !on the premise that it is essential to know an automobile’s condition land properly lubricate‘it, before summer actually starts. The Sum- SPECIAL Attraction on our: STAGE Tuesday, April 15 Only THE “PARD” DOG SHOW Featuring LOBO Vantage to motorists, going a long way toward assuring them that their machines will stand up and perform properly during the warm weather season ahead. “As a matter of fact, all auto- motive engineers agree that any driver of a car should change lub- ricants and have the machine lcarefully checked and serviced at lleast twice a year, and always in lthe spring before the torturous treatment it gets when pounded over the road in the heat of sum- mer. Thursday 15¢ TWO FEATURES l -_________~_, g SONG-STUDDED ACTION! 9’. STARRETT oumwr , 0F flit. , , “Check-ups help prevent blow- V~ ,. louts, battery failure, burning out v T of bearings, stripping of gears, plus clogging of cooling systems, over- heating of motors and many other difficulties that cause breakdowns l and delays, ruining what could “MISSING TEN DAYS” CONVENIENT- SMART INEXPENSIVE HASKO T R AY S 0 Created by HASKELITE. foremost makers of modern wooden treyware . . . selected wood construction . . . available in Walnut or Cepomo gra’ins. 0 Light in weight yef strong. O'Haslto trays are packed four of ful gift box. $1.00 SIZE one grain in a beauli- 72”x ‘6” F. E. BECKVVITH Jewelry 4’? a’ t v p" slant: 6.: egg Get a" Safety Start for summer 110W. . . with the extra protection of 11.8. ROY¥ L @éa’l‘ l fllll .S U. S. Royal DeLuxe gives you extra safety every mile you drive. I. GREATER PRUTECTWH “MUST “WNW”! Exclusive U. S. “Safety Bonding”—each tire cord saturated in pure, liquid rubber—makes;every ply a safety ply. Z. GREATER PllllTEllTlllll “MIST HEAR! Longer-wearing trend of famous-U. S. Tempered Rubber (Pat. No. 1,984,247) plus deeper non- skiddesign give you-up to 38%moreoomskid miles! 3. GREATER PROTECTION, IlillllST SKIES! Famous “Brake-Action” tread with 2500 extra gripping edges gives you quick, straightoline stops . . . protects you from dan- gerous skids on slippery,‘ wet pavements. DOUBLE, CURRANT". 1. Backed by written Lifetime Guarantee of the World’s largest producer of rubber. 2. Plus the added assurancedof our' guarantee of satisfaction. See how personal SPECIAL OFFERS To ASSIST AUTO OWNERS LTSTED HERE I checkups of car parts that are By inspectingl and properly lubricating cars be-i fers, which include painstaking land careful inspection of vital lcar working parts at no extra; icost, are features of this attrac—. lAl Dickinson, local agent for Gen- Imer-proof plan is a distinct ad-- Woo? 51%”! . Wadi? be enjoyable trips but which are loften turned into distressing and fcostly experiences. g “It is to avert such expensive land discouraging events that l“Summer-proof” inspection was originated. It has been highly endorsed by traffic and s afe ty rofficials. This spring this in- spection plan is more appealing than ever, with the special com- binations that are offered in con- nection. The offers will last for a limited time only." Owen Pigmen To Open Local Nash New Car Agency Opening of a local Nash agency Iwas announced last week by lOwen Pigmon, former proprietor ‘of the Pines Auto Camp. Mr. Pigmon has just leased Stewart’s Service Station, at the corner of ,First and Pine streets, from Mrs. Leslie Field. ‘ Mr. Pigmon stated that he was lgiving‘ up his Hudson and Willy's agencys to concentrate on the Nash car, which he believes will prove of real interest to local car [buyers Mr. Pigmon will have his headquarters at his new station, but will continue to use 1 the automobile show room at First ‘and Grove streets, where he will display his new Nash models. Kamilche News Events Related Kamilche, April 14. 4~ Mrs. Al- bert Rose entertained Friday af- ternoon with a shower in honor of Mrs. Roy Savage of Belfair. Dessert luncheon was served at‘ 2:30. Guests present were: Mrs. Wm. Turner, Mrs. Howard Fuller, Mrs. Herman Jacob, Mrs. Bert Rau, Mrs. Art Rogers, Mrs. Wm. Boice, Mrs. Robert Scott, Mrs. Fred Rose, M'rs. Ray Keyzers and Miss Marjorie Keyzers. Mrs. Savage received many lovely gifts. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Ulrich of Seattle Visited Mr. Chet Taylor, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Petty and children, Harvey, Oliver and Mary Lou, motored to Vancouver, B. C. for the weekend. Mrs. Dahle Roessel and son Gene, visited relatives in Blaine, Wash, over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Drake and children were Sunday dinner guests at the Wm. Boice home. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Caughlie of Bremerton and Mrs. Homer Rey- nolds of Shelton are houseguests of Mrs. Bertha Munson. APPRAISERS APPOINTED Charles T. Wright, J. E. Mar- tin and Thelma Seljestad were appointed appraisers of the estate ’of the late Andrew Nels Christen- sen by Judge D-er‘ Wright inl'rloon, while the Activians also, superior court Saturday. 3?} raw 011 {l l a” l l l suporoN-MASON COUNTY JOURNAL A SHELTON-MASON COUNTY lllUlll‘lAl. ' Consolidated with The Shelton Independent , Entered as second-class matter at the postofi'ic-e at Shelton, Washington Subscription Rates: I lBY MAIL: in Mason County (outside of Shell-on city mail carrier districts) } $2 per your; 6 mont! :4, $1.23; 3 monihs. 77m. li‘orcign $3.3” per your: Postal regulations forbid residents of Shelton scrvod by city mall carrier from: receiving their Journal by mail. ‘, BY JOURNAL CARRIER: in Shelton, 25¢ per month (collected by carrier) l0r $2.50 per year in advance. Published every Tuesday and Thursday afternoon I l J. EBER ANGLE Manager GRANT C. ANGLE Editor Member of VVashinglon Newspaper l‘ublislil_:l's’ Association and National Editorial Assoc1a‘tlon. A MARVELOUS EASTER l No matter What happens on Puget Sound in; ‘ i the shape of weather, Easter was one of the mar- ‘day, bringing out thousands to the morning exer- , ’cises and throngs on the highways to enjoy the: day. After a winter season that was marked for? ,its mildness, absence of snow and limited rainfall, ‘in contrast with all other parts of the country,; some April showers are due to speed May flow-j ,ers, and there will be little complaint at a moder-i .‘_~\,._..__ 1 .. _.-._~_-~__..~-__~_a._ ~ 'velous days of sunshine and warmth, beginning} with the sunrise hour and lasting through the l. [LOGGING PICTURES FOR LADIES NIGHT i , PROGRAM THIS EVE Kiwanians, Activians, Public ToI Enjoy Films Tonight At Senior Hi School I Two outstanding moving pic- ltures, in sound and technicolor, with the Northwest's logging in- dustry as their subject, will be the main attractions this evening at a ladies night program in which l Shelton’s two main service clubs, the Kiwanis and Active clubs, will 30m. “Trees and Homes,” produced! by the Weyerhaeuser Timber com- pany and acclaimed as the finest film yet produced on the logging industry, will be one of the pic- ltures, while the Willamette Hys-I ter Company’s film “Logs and‘ Lumber" is the second. The Weyerhaeuser film played at the Fifth Avenue Theatre in Seattle for an extended run some time. ago. The showing of the pictures will start about eight O'clock in the auditorium at Irene S. Reed high school and will be open to the public free of charge. , Activians and Kiwanians and' their ladies will gather_ prior to: the showing of the pictures for a 6:30 dinner in the social hall of the senior high school with girls of the senior high home economics classes preparing and serving the dinner. The Kiwanians are making to-‘ night’s program their weekly, meeting, ordinarily held Tuesday. are making this their Weeklyl meeting, ordinarily held Wednes- day evening. Olympia Spgaker Shelton Kiwanians to the num-i ber of twenty joined with the. Olympia club in an inter-clubl meeting at the Hotel Olympian; Monday, with member E. J.‘ Wright featured as speaker, onl a book review in which he offered contrary opinions on the causes underlying the present spread of war in Europe, and drawing thel conclusion that the foreign strug- gles between two forms of dic- tatorship, Community and Nazi, both foreign and a serious chal- lenge to American ~democracy.i The problem of today as to all—l‘ out air or more attention to de- fense only is one for thought, in his conclusion. The local delegation Frank ‘Bishop, Myrvan Kelly Pabst, Sid. Hatcher, Wm- Stevenson, Doane Brodie, Bud Daviscourt, Warren Lincoln, Walt Eckert, I. H. ‘Woods, E. L. Kel- logg, Bob Allan, Ed Elliott, W. 8.! Heckman, Allan Bell, Gilbert Fris-‘ l l l Kiwanian Wright l l serious included i Wivell, ‘ ken, Walt Elliott, Ed Wright, G. C. Angle and Ed Faubert. [Ex-Commissary Man For Simpson 'Co.’ Visits Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Olson werel Shelton visitors Friday looking up friends of ten years ago when Mr. Olson was in charge of the Simpson Company camp commis- sary. He has since been in charge of that department for the Wey- erhaeuser Timber Company in the country’s largest logging op- erations. Both recall their days in Shelton with pleasure and re— marked on its growth and homey appearance. LaGrande Woman Had Many Relatives Here Many relatives living here were sorrowed by the news of the death Easter Sunday of Mrs. McShain in LaGrande, Oregon. She was the grandmother of Leonard and’Ernest Booth and l Mrs. Art Nelson of Shelton. Eleven ggreat grandchildren and one great [cordially invited, to ’witness the teams in action. ____.______._o~—_._~_._.,__ great grandchild also live here. Lots lschool gymnasium this WATERFRONT PROPER” Within 2 Miles of Shelton Wilbert Catto WALKER P late showing of rain for a change. BAB STEWART SETS RECORD TOTAL FOR CITY PIN ClRClllT‘ L. M. Kegeler Hits 695 Total; Paramount Loses Three But Is Still Tie Certainty CITY BOWLING LEAGUE High Scores Game—Bab Stewart 245. record). Matches Friday 7 p. m.—Associated vs. Para- mount, Wilson’s vs. Cams. 9 p. m.—~Pastime vs. L. M., Ma- son Laundry vs. Driskel. Best anyone can do now is tie Paramount Theatre for the city bowling league championship, even if the filmmen do take another whitewash pasting in the ers last Friday night. Cammaranos arc the only squad and they‘ll have to do even better than their 2 to 1 verdict over Tom , Holt’s Associated Service Friday to do it, for it'll take a Cam clean l sweep and a Paramount triple de- feat to keep the flicker boys out of the title. The big noise of Friday’s match- es, however, wasn’t Paramount’s spanking but Bab Stewart's rec- ord busting. The L. M. leadoff trundler produced a tremendous 695 total which carried his team- mates to a 3 to 0 victory over' Mason Laundry and boomed the with their victims and Wilson's Cafe. That fourth place scrap looks. like a dinger, too. places are pretty well settled, for Driskel Hardware just about cinched third and kept alive 3. l Mrs Purcell are sisters strong chance of moving into sec- ond with a 2 to 1 verdict over; MISI Mathews of Camp 3 tailend Pastime Friday. Meeting the last place Pastime lineup, the L. M. logically should have edge in the three—way fourth place battle for Wilson‘s tackles second place Cams, and Mason Laundry meets third place Driskel Hard- ware. Other scores, of course, were paled into insignificance in thellunCheon was served during the (party. shadow of Stewart’s big pin bend- er, but Bud Forbes fashioned a nifty 628 series .which helped VVil- [son’s no end, and Mark Fredson lproduced 609 to set the pace for Driskel’s. Rayonier First Aid Team Ready " For Annual Test Members of the Shelton Ray- onier plant first aid team are putting in their last practice licks this Week in preparation for the first aid competition in which mills of the Crown-Zellerbach Corporation, Rayonier Incorpor- ated. and Fibreboard Products, Inc., annually participate. This year the contest is to be held in the Port Angeles high coming Friday evening at eight o'clock. The contest will be preceded by a first aid banquet at the Elks Temple at 5:30 o‘clock. final . night of play this Friday like VVil- . nigh-t on April 28, the following son’s Cafe handed the league lead- z The top three . l l W. L. Pct. Parmaount Theatre .46 .568. Cammaranos ............ ..43 38 .531 l Driskel Hardware .... ..42 39 .519 Mason Laundry ........ ..40 41 .494 Wilson’s Cafe ...40 41 .494 L. M. .................... .. 41 .494 Associated Service 42 .481 Pastime ...................... ..34 4’7 .420 3 new Moose l l attend the District meeting to be Total—Bab Stewart 695 (new i held in Olympia 0“ April 27 be- I l 4 l l l l l l i l l l l l l l l l l l the ‘ .lovely bedspread and lace table l l l 1 Nine teams from Port Angeles,l Port Townsend, Camas, Grays Harbor, Shelton, Tacoma and West Linn, Oregon, are entered in the meet, which will be in charge of Fred Pontin, first aid super- visor of Portland. The Port Angeles Rayonier team is the defending champion. No admission charge is made to the contest and the public is Acreage 3 l l l l l r: S_(_)CIAL ’ Mrs. Agnes Lund, and Mrs. VVinni— with a chance to tie things up“ 1 his home in Langlie after spend- ing a week with his son and fam- ‘ Merks up to a tie for fourth place 5 tO'Wea’r shop' [decided to deliver the cookies on 'There were 16 persons present for FEES START t. Thi under such circumstances?) is g with the bottle of milk fed to player in Paramount’s “Caught pared for warm weather. 0:. .‘ ‘0 o o Eagles Meeting Held Monday Night The F.O.E. held a regular busi-, ness meeting on Monday evening. Plans were discussed about the Mother’s Day program. The pub- lic luncheon to be served Wed- nesday, April 23, at noon at the Hall was planned. Quite a number of Eagles plan to ginning at 1:15. During the eve- ning the Mrs. Lavella Andrews, Madam President of the auxiliary, was presented with a corsage of roses in honor of her birthday. The presontation was made by Mrs. Audrey Austin, junior past president. A prggram was pre- sented after the business meeting following which the men served‘ the supper of hotdogs, potato sal- ad and coffee. At the next social ladies will be hostesses: Mrs. Dorothy Lamb, Mrs. Bertha Lord,| fred Morkert. Leaves For Home E. F. Austin left this week for happy "little Spring lamb (why wouldn’t he be joyous 0R SUMMR etting a fresh start for Summer him by Phyllis Ruth, featured in the Draft,” who is also pre- ,.______4 Bridge Club Holds Shower At Meeting Mrs. Warren Abel entertained at her home on Thursday with a 1:30 luncheon for the regular members of her bridge club and the following guests, Mrs. C. Reed, Mrs. W. Cooper, Fay Miller, Bet- ty, Carol and Delores Pierce. The club honored Miss Betty Pierce with a bridal shower. Three tables of bridge were in play dur- ing the afternoon with Mrs. Coop- er and Mrs. Frank Pierce winning the honors. Hoquiam Visitors Mr. and Mrs. Harold Meade and family and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Grunert journeyed to Hoquiam on Easter Sunday to visit Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Barkley, former Shelton residents. Attend Wedding Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hickson and daughter attended the wedding of Mr. Hickson‘s nephew, George Hickson to Alma Gradin in Buren Friday evening. Capitol Hill Club To Meet Thursday The Capitol Hill Club will hold its regular meeting April 17 at the home of Mrs. I. G. Carder. ‘All quilters are asked to come in i the morning to work on the quilt. Mrs. Miles Davidson and Mrs. ily Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Austin. Visits With Morgans Kermit Livermore will serve. All members are reminded to bring the recipes and the household lhints. l l I l Mrs. Mabel Krieter of Seattle and Bellingham visited at the home of her relatives, Mr. and; Mrs. Lloyd W. lvlorgan over the past weekend. Mrs. Visits Sister Mr. and Mrs. J. VVhittall and! 3 daughter of Olympia visited over the Weekend at the home of Mrs. E. Purcell. Mrs. Whittall and Honored At Birthday Party neighbors of Mrs. W. F. Mathews of Camp 3 gave a surprise birth- day party in her honor. The hon- ored guest was presented with a cloth from the group. A delicious Troop No. 11 Scribe Reports Monday Meet On Monday, April 14, Troop No. 11 met at the home of our lead; er, Mrs. Lloyd Morgan. Th e cookie sale was discussed and we Friday and Saturday, April 18 and 19, as the girls had sold too many boxes to deliver in one day. There were 29 girls present. Mrs. Morgan furnished the treat. CHLOE DICKINSON, scribe. Troop No. 4 Holds. Busy Meeting Monday Six girls of Scout Troop met Monday, April 14, at the home of Mrs. R. L. Mitchell. In- vitations were made for the Mo- ther, Daughter banquet. The play to be given on Thursday, April 24, was practiced arid the hike was postponed until May 2. The next meeting will be held at the Scout hall. BEVERLY BURRELL, scribe. No. 4 Degree Of Honor Receives invitation The Degree of Honor members are invited to attend the Tenino Lodge meeting Thursday evening, April 17. Those wishing trans- portation should contact Mrs. Os- car Mell, phone 58-1. Visit Mother . Jim and Pat Smith and Miss Mildred Parsons were in Discov-I ery Bay Sunday visiting Mrs. le. Verbrugge. Mrs. Verbruggel is the mother of Jim and Pat Smith and Miss Parson’s aunt. Bride-Elect Is Feted ‘With Shower Recently Miss Florence Eells was thel guest of honor recently at a‘» miscellaneous shower held at the A. Y. Bennett home, which was beautifully decorated with spring flowers. The hostesses were Mrs! Earl Hallonquist, Mrs. Frank Swanson, and Mrs. A. Y. Bennett. the afternoon, and the gifts were presented, in a novel way, to Miss Eells, on 'a card table all wrapped and tied with tulle. Krieter was: ‘here purposely to complete final arrangements for a. Ladies Ready- l The opening date' ' to be announced later. l . i Friday afternoon, friends andl i l I THE FLYING RED HORSE At These Dealers W. R. MOULTROP Shelton, Rt. 1 PHIL ANDERSON Shelton, P. R. FRANK S‘ALMI Shelton Headquarters “for fl/éz’e4¢12% ’1 Tuesday, All r Rebekahs Hold “ Regular Meeting V The Rebel-{abs ': ‘ Fellows Hall on regular meeting ‘2 Martin in charge: good attendance‘ 79th semi-annual 'V will be held in= I.0.0.F. Hall on. ,The meeting W1 io‘clock. All those” portation are to ' wfi.’ l Dobson, 131.1. members“0 a Chorus . e . Easter Guest ‘ I ('12:; Among the din“6 ‘ room ‘ 1. offlce day was Scot K“ l l l l George Cropper h" l l i l l l E. s-a 5-5? I‘D 23 O'Convcni , Y 0 Reason 0 NO DE a Alrrv . I Yo: AUTY ] l l l Yes, sir, that’s? l quent cleaning} L clothes wear 1 quality, carefu1' ly removes 0‘ that deteriorate and dull patte Modern metho " l handling insur‘f I of garments c 2 ; Mason 0011 Sat” ‘; Laundrl; Sui l l BERT DAM Lilli . ADAMS f; H00