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April 22, 1941     Shelton Mason County Journal
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v i “tar—z... UNDERGOES OPERATION lMl-S_ pfiddlebrooks Elmer Millo of Hoodsport un— ‘Entertains Guild Herwent a serious major opera-f Mrs‘ tion at Shelton hospital Saturday. His condition was reported today as fair. i Mrs. T. P. Fisk on ‘J‘fednesday of the Espiscopal Church. There were about 16 in attendance and . following the regular business meeting a social hour and tea were enjoyed. The next meeting will be held May 4 with Mrs. Ber- ;nard ‘Winiecki. It will be a 1 ‘o’clock potluck luncheon. QUALITY ‘ wwuur YALLEY CO-OP.HATCHERY . , -'._‘A“.‘. »_. 401 E.‘ 26TH, JACOM}. wgsH. CHICKS-7]?" ’ s. L. w. LEGHQRNS, ilsvv'i-MMPS‘HIRES- R I 259,5, DAY oLD LECQ. (oestrus §Visit In Seattle Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Wells visit— in Seattle Sunday with her led say and Betty Wells, their daugh- l ter. Oh, we soak up loads of heat And we carry dirt away— Seal in power all around ET THIS four-part oil protect your modem engine. It is made to do four distinct things: (1) Carry away engine heat by circulating over hot moving parts, (2) wash away grit and carbon from hearing surfaces, (3)' seal in the power of high-compression piston strokes, (4) and, lastly, keep its smooth oiliness all its long life. That is-true balance! THE MODERN OIL FOR PRECISION-BUILT CARS “y'all 34y Mir/15W FRIG/DAIRE at 1:54:73 1?" , Lea Middlebrooks enter-l ‘tained at the home of her mother‘ afternoon for the St. David’s Guild 1 parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Lind-~ 55 l marking as so widespread and im- ark/c RANGE A! EVER!" "yrs: Alva 17: 3mm may RAD/Imus! comma mgr ' as: as; warm T00. look! Features Galore! Many Exclusive! 0 Three Large Storage Drawers O Smokeless Broiler Rack 0 Thermizer Cooker I 0 Super—Size Twin Unit Oven l O Accurate, Automatic Oven l Thermostat l l . . ( .Flrms Accept FIRES, (Continued from Page One) I questions raised by the presentl policy of the Government, thez Douglas fir manufacturers havel agreed to accept it. The Consent, Decree for the West Coast lum-f ber industry means that its trade: association must lay out a new diamond, change its team signals,l land set up a system of play that accords with the new interpreta- tion of the rules. l Can’t Alford Fight Now “The plea of ‘nolo contenderc’ entered by the Association and! .a number of West Coast manufac- i, turers is simply a decision not to contest the charges. This requires fthe acceptance of fines imposedI iby the Court. The only alterna- ltive would be long and costly- ilitigation that would absorb the genergies of our group for many months. This alternative the As— sociation is not ready to accept, notwithstanding our conviction .that we have violated no law. Aside from other considerations, the West Coast lumber industry is absorbed in many phases of iNational Defense. The Associa- tion is being called upon for emergency services. It is not the time when the energies and re— sources of this industry should be poured into a legal struggle of long duration. “Hence,” said Mr. Wagner, "we have concluded to play the game in accordance with the new rules and to accept the orders of the umpire. We do this without any iconsciousness of willful violation “WIN of law. Encouraged By Gov’t. “The cooperative activities of “the West Coast lumber industry,l lbuilt up around its Association,l have always been out in the open. Our grade-marking, for example, (was developed .under Government encouragement through the Fed- Ieral Bureau of -Stanxlards. Of I course the Association had a sel- fish interest in promoting it, to make West Coast lumber more satisfactory to its users. This was one of the rules of the game—as everyone played it. Now the De- partment of Justice regards grade; lportant to lumber users that its restriction to members of an as- sociation is monopoly. Well! The umpire changes the rules; and we ,abide by his decision. 1 “Like grade-marking, our other iactivities have been carried out l in good faith, to meet essential needs of West Coast lumber and, without injury to the public. This was true of our industry meetings on trade conditions; of the effortsI to keep supply and demand in reasonable balance; of the dis-- tribution of differential price listSl a n d recommended ship p in g [weights We still believe that ‘these services represented busi-l lness progress; that they benefitted the consumers of lumber as much as the manufacturers. l “We shall play the new game in good faith; but we still main- tain that nothing was Wrong with the old one.” Moose To Install Officers Friday New officers of the Moose Lodge of Shelton will be seated by the Aberdeen lodge’s drill team next Friday evening at semi-pub- lic ceremonies to be conducted in “the new Moose Lodge quarters here. The program will start at eight o'clock with Moose members and their friends invited. Following the installation an entertainment program consisting of musical numbers and a speak- er will be enjoyed, with refresh- ments and dancing closing the 1evening. MM l o High-Speed Broiler , O One-Piece Oven Construction 1 0 One-Piece, All—Porcelain Cabinet *Cook-Master Oven Control illustrated, optional at slight extra cost. I New Radiantube Cooking Units— exclusive Frigidaire feature Also see this Bargain Value! : ! Frigidaire Electric Range Model B-10 . . . ONLY $114.75 lStreet Supt. E. E. Brewer to re- l J. SHELTQN-MASON COHNTX JOURNAD HOW CANDIDATES STAND l300 Attend Band Concert Sunday Each active candidate in this campaign is sure of winning a prize bicycle or a cash commission as only as many candidates will be allowed to be active in this campaign as there are prizes and cash commissions. The candidates are separated into two districts. living outside the City of Shelton are in District Number One, and those living inside the city limits of Shelton are in Dis- trict Number Two, but any candidate may secure subscriptions from anyone, anywhere. There are two first prizes district will each receive one bicycles. highest number of votes. The win one of the prize bicycles will each receive a cash com- mission equal to 20 per cent (one-fifth) of all money he or she has turned in for subscriptions. Following is a list of the yo are active in this campaign together with all votes cast for publication up until Monday night: DISTRICT NUMBER ONE AUSETH, Victor, Agate ...... .. AVERY, Laurence, Arcadia R BAKER, Laura. Jean, Matlock BLEECKER, Marcia Jane, Hoodsport ............ ._ BUFFINGTON, Geraldine, Skokomish Valley EAGLE, W'entz, Arcadia Road ........................ .. EDWARDS, Elvin, Victor .......... GLASER, Hugo, Jr., Harstine LUNDBERG, Oscar, Jr., Dayton McHENRY, Cecil, Union ............. .. OGG, Bernadine, Matlock Route . PETTY, Oliver, Kamilche ................................................. __ REMME, Ramona, Arcadia Road .................................. _. ROBINSON, Fae, East Dickinson SHAW, Betty Lou, Capitol Hill WECKHORST, Robert, Belfair ...................................... ._ DISTRICT NUMBER TWO CASE, Patty ...................... ._ COLE, Louise .......... .. DAVIDSON, Danny DUNBAR, Prentice .. 4 HACKETT, Joyce HERZOG, Keith .. LUHM, Albert .... .. MCBRIDE, Albert MELL, Bob ...... _. PARKS, Leonard PIGG, Ralph, Jr. ......................... .. POWERS, Richard ................. .. SMYTH, Jimmie .. SPRAY, Betty ....... .. VALLEY, Margaret WENZ, Bobby ......................... .. Watch for Daily Street Oiling (Continued from Page One). Johnson area, while now 24-inchi pipe will be laid in the Sixth street district. Curb To be Removed , Another street committee re- commendation which was approv- ed, by the council authorized move the curbing at the east end of the parking trip on Second street between Railroad avenue and Mark E. Reed Way as a con- venience to motorists, who, have found difficulty in makin the] turn off Mark E. Reed ay to head south on Second without run- ing up over the curbing. A representative of the Jan- nssen Drilling Company appeared. before the council and recommend- ed procedure of the city in drilling the new well which is a para- mount part of the water system improvement project the city is trying to get under way. He re- commended that the well be sunk; near the present well next to Loop Field for economy and conven- ience. He answered a query about the effect of wells on surface water by stating that after wells have been sunk below 120 to 130 feet there is no affect whatever on surface water. He said that since the present well is below 150 feet that it cannot be the reason for the drying up of Town Creek the past two summers. ‘ Street Supt. Brewer was author- iZed to install a crosswalk at the alley on Fourth street between Cota and Grove streets, and the council approved a motion that the city take out an annual mem- bership in the American Water- works Association for Water Supt. Brewer at a. cost 06 $10. Harstiners Pay Last Respects To Mrs. McCay Harstine Island, April 21The people of the Harstine community met. friends and relatives from other parts of the state at the Social club h’all Saturday after- noon to pay last respects to Ida McCay, wife of Allen 0. “002137, and for thirty—three years a resi- dent of the island, who passed away at her home last Tuesday morning. From the time the McCays were married in the spring of 1908 and she came to the island to live, Mrs. McCay was very active in affairs of the community, hold— ing offices in both the Social club and Grange, and had a keen interest in school and other com- munity matters, until a severe at- tack of influenza left her health permanently im ired a number of years ago an she was forced to give up many of the activities in which she took delight, and in which her keen mind and spark-l ling personality had madeher a. valuable member of the commun-l ‘ity. A deep and sincere love for the beautiful things of the world found expression in Mrs. McCay’S life in the cultivation of lovely flowers on the grounds surround-l ing the McCay home, and in the writing of excellent poetry, which she kept to herself until very near the close of her life. One of her poems was selected for its ap-l propriateness to the occasion, and read by a neighbor as part of thel funeral service; Mrs. McCay called it “Drifting.” SON BORN MONDAY Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Dahman of Matlock became parents of a baby son born at. Shelton hospital yesterday. The other prize bicycles will be given to the candi- dates, regardless of which district they are in, having the next Vote Standing in the windows of The SHELTON-MASON COUNTY JOURNAL Your Subscription Can Mean First Prize to Your Favorite! Despite weather which lured people to the great outdoors, some 300 music lovers heard the second Sunday afternoon band concert staged by the school bands under the direction of Ben Hallgrimson, with the senior high girls’ glee club directed by Miss Margaret Mowry also in featured rolls. Those .21 Junior High Boys ——the high candidate in each , Attend Conference of the District Capital prize junior high school, headed by Fa— culty members Frank Willard and. Hugh Clark, attended a gathering of Southwest Washington junior high boys held at Aberdeen last Saturday. A program of athletics and play was enjoyed. active candidates who do not ung men and young ladies who I FIREMEN CALLED g;;l"::i::i::::: """"""""""" '1 $2388 OUT TWICE FRIDAY Route . 47,000 City firemen answered two alarms Friday, being called to the Mason County Creamery building at Third and Grove streets al- most exactly at noon to douse a blaze which started from the plant’s heating system, then later in the day answering an alarm l . 44,000 l . 24,000 . 29,000 . 23,000 . 34,000 . 32,000 . 10,000 . 45,000 26,000 I l Island a chimney blaze at the home of the fire fighters arrived. FROM PORT ORCHARD Mr. and Mrs. George Jensen of Port Orchard were weekend visit- .. 33,000 ers in Shelton at the homes of . 38,000 ng. and Mrs. Arthur McLaughlin .. 31,000 {and Mr. and Mrs. Millard Dunbar .. 27,000 land family. Mrs. Jensen is the . 30,000 ' sister of Mrs. McLaughlin and .. 37,000 Mrs. Dunbar. . 27,000 were served by the hostess. . 41,000 ———-—-—————-—~ 39,000 40,000 .. 34,000 .. 36,000 49,000 ......................................... .. 48,000 42,000 . 23,000 APPRAISERS NAMED Judge John M. Wilson signed a superior court order Saturday naming J. E. Martin, F. H. Diehl of the estate of Winifred Knee— land. DEFAULT JUDGMENT l A default judgment was enter- ed by Judge John M. Wilson in superior court Saturday in theI suit brought by Don Paulson, ad- ministrator of the estate of his father, the late Emil Paulson,, against Clyde Robertson. The or-i der gave judgment for $148.04 plus costs against the defendant, and judgment for $108.68 against the garnishee defendant. I APPOIN TS APPRAISERS F. H. Diehl, Louis Weinel and Phil Bayley were named apprais—‘ ers of the estate of Mrs. Hattie Garfield in a superior court order signed by Judge John M. Wilson in superior court Saturday. é _———~——-——————— ‘ \fi 4 ESTATE APPRAISERS A. L. Bell, J. E. Martin, and L. A. Carlson were named apprais- ers of the estate of J ames Sprin‘er in a superior court order sighed] Saturday by Judge John M. Wil- : SOD. NOW-FOR SHELTON-A NEW NASH DEALER N43}: dilators Tivision Troudéy Announces I the Appointment of PIGMON MOTOR CO. lst & Pine—Phone 392J “Itvwas the Values thatwon Us to Nash?-= -————-p At the right are just the headline facts ; . ;. the many thrills you’ll discover. NASH PRICES $70 to use Lownu Ii-I———_.... S‘This year, we’ve switched to Nash because never, in our experience, have we seen cars with so many new features, or prices that give you so much extra value for your money; "Before you buy any new car I’d like you to see the better buy you’d get in a 194 1 Nash. "Drop in soon. Let’s get acquainted}! N" S‘ Come in today! See the new wonders the Weather Eye now performs—see what it is like to drive a new kind of car! Twenty-one boys from Shelton' l l i neighbors sent in when they noted ‘ 231000 Mr. and Mrs. Robert Allan, Jr.‘ ' 46'000 on Cascade street. However, the ' latter fire was out by the time and Louis Weinel as appraisers‘ WA ...__ ....... lto Tell—Journal Want—Ads. l r i l t-I Fl 5 z 3 O E to H snuvsruns' Eli-ET ‘I‘ L Another outstanding dealer joins Nash! Come see why! At his showroom today is a new kind of war, with the big-car economy America has long needed— and in the lowest-price field! The new Nash Ambassador “.6” and “8”, with Aeropower Twin-ignition engines (economy leaders in their class), are so big and luxurious, they suggest cars almost twice their price. TuesdayLApril 22, GOES I'NDEK.- 1 Jack Ellis, Rayonlo‘ ' underwent a majort r l Shelton hospital 53 -' which he is reported I r nicely. Hiclimbers Fail To Score At Centralia Shelton failed to score a single! point Saturday at the eleventh! annual Centralia Relay Carnival,l which was won by Vancouver for the second year in succession with; a point total. Stadium and Lin-l Special administrator coln of Tacoma were next with of Fred Johnson undl' ' 31 1-3 and 26 points respectively. by Judge John M, Wi Hoquiam and Hill Military Aca—l 101- court here satu!‘ demy of Portland each had 22 in "r fourth place. i QUALlTY Frank S. Smith The Highclimbers go to Ho-‘ quiam this Friday. | Fort Orchard Player Wins Two Golf Prizes| John Adkins of Port Orchzu‘d took home two of the three prizesl offered in the blind bogey golf tournament held at the Shelton course last Sunday, first competi~l tive links event of the season' here. Adkins took high score honors- and blind bogey honors, leavingl only the low not prize to Rolla,‘ Halbert of Shelton, with a card cl", 80—15-65. There was no prize forll low gross but Phil Bayley turned l in a 75 to lead the field of 20| contestants in actual strokes. i i If you Wish to Sell you’ll Have. . _ . v I n d s E xtr x Hinds Honey & Almond Crea , Regular 951,00 Size I 4% Genuine Extra Creamy ~— Extra Softer LIMITED TIME ONLY Gordon’s Shelton Pharm nu SHARPENEDE ~ We Call For and Deliver Phone NEW tumult PENNSYLVANlA 1941 SILENT. ALUMINU: ..,. Easy Running MOW. Trade in Your Old Machine If Desired USED MOWE A large selection of used "av mowers. Some like ncW- Priced from __________________________ -- T" 3» 3rd and Cota , .39, Now—Nash ~1—d0QTISngfi, .1 Deluxe moch 11 ' THE HEADLINE NEWS 0" 5t so M'l a ll of can!” I." 2 o lesner a on seq,” Flashing Pickup of New “Flying Roomier than 1940 Cars Costing A coin Spring Ride on All rolgr New “llnitized” Steel Body—Sal Improved Weather Eye Condition“ i ‘ and Convertible Bed! Overall Economy Saves You 570 to ‘ It *Xrll-lt-llrlt series...21 beautiful mod lower prices, beginning in the lowesoprice field. $ The Nash Ambassador V "600” business coupe, de-‘ delivers here for only *All prices, delivered here. i110 ment and Federal Tax. Wf‘fit Bed, Special Paint and W’hlw optional, at slight extra cost- A "M o N