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Page Four SHELTON—MASON COUNTY JOURNAL T Held Over Till Thurs. PARAMOUN THEATRE Shelton, Wash. perintendent. ‘ 5011001 ilLll'S'L‘, Playing to Capacity Houses nurses reSIde' The Academy Award Winner 5 Warren Melcum, Friday — Saturday April 25 - 26 I court. rm ! courthouse. ' Max Jensen, ers. 1941 Model 407 s. First v Even a great orchestra will make a musical mistake once in a while. And once in a . . . out of the thousands of decent, law-abiding beer retailers in Washington...you’ll come acrdss one or two who operate disreputable estab- lishments. ‘ These “black sheep” retailers con- stitute a tiny minority. Yet they tend to drag down the good name of beer. By arousing public indignation; such undesirable retailers endanger your right to enjoy good bcer. They also en- 3Mrs. James Needham, Zena Deenv. Shelton hospital su- , Miss Alma Peterson, Shelton presmeu [night’s organization session, which was attended by 25 nurses. idistrict will comprise all of Ma- ,son County, in which 35 graduate A11 graduate nurs- 18 to 4 triumph over the Grizzlies (es are eligible to membership in EVETyWhere l the association and any nurse who I ' has not been contacted is asked to 1 different occaSionS get in touch either with Mrs. Bro— die or the Shelton hospital if in- terested in joining. Troop 25 Earns . 1 Support Trophy ‘ leanings m Troop 25 waltzed off with laettv Court of Honor Attendance i'I‘rophy at last Thursday‘s court ‘of honor at the courthouse, hav— ling 45 supporters in the lcrowd which turned out to watch , veteran Troop i count at 2-2. Graham again con- l25 Scout, be presented with hisL l Eagle Scout badge. i Troop 10 ran second to Trooplbase, this one coming Off Elmer l 25 with 26 attendants at the Troop 11 of Hoodsport, {was not represented but all other i HOQUiam Tuns~ Mason County district troops were PAULETTE gas a dozen different Scouts earn- led twenty advancements of var- lious and sundry kinds. ! A meeting of a11‘Mason County , it up with a single tally resulting ldistrict Boy scout leaders has ,from Earl Lumsden’s double and |been scheduled by District Chair- ' iman Doane Brodie for Wednes- lday evening at 7:30 o’clock in the new Tumwater Council executive, will.be present to meet the Mason County lead- All troop committeemen are‘ especially urged to turn out for the meeting, Brodie said. New Chrysler ' s l 1 6 4. o o Delivered in Shelton—Fully Equipped S. L. Pearsrm Phone 132 Hoquiam, 8-4; Lumsden Hits Three and Miss Ralph LeDrew set Hoquialn ,down with sixteen strikeouts in seven innings Friday at the Shel- ton Highclimbers opened defense of their twice-«won Southwest conference baseball crown with an 1?.3‘. The on Loop Field. LeDrew fanned the side on four in the seven innings, the last time coming in from rightfield in the seventh af- ter Sophomore Jess Phillips had walked the bases full to fan the top of the Hoquiam batting order. He had fanned the side in the pre- Two Homers for Grizzly LeDrew gave up only two hits in his trick on the hill, one being a home run by Second Sacker Bob fin e , Graham which followed an error and allowed the visitors to tie the the nected for the circuit with two Agone in the ninth and a mate on Carlson, so the Grizzly keystone Shelton scored a pair in the second on Walt Johnson's triple and a wild pitch, went ahead in the third after Hoquiam had tied two infield outs, added a pair in the fourth on sloppy Hoquiam fielding, and wound up with a trio ; in the sixth on three singles, three stolen bases, a walk and an error. Lumsden, Woods Wallopers Earl Lumsden hit a double and two singles and stole once, and Warren Woods hit twice and stole twice to lead Shelton’s offensive efforts. R H E :Hoquiam 002 000 002—4 4 4 Shelton .... .. 021 203 OOX—S 11 2 Batteries: Klock, F. Gayda (6) and Dixon; LeDrew, Phillips (7), LeDrew (T), Carlson (83 and La- l tham. iSpmme l Nominees Thurs. fl _ annual feature Nominations for the election of officers will the April meeting of the Hood Canal Sportsmens Ass'n. sched- uled for this Thursday evening at eight o’clock in the Hoodsport gymnasium. The election will be held at the May meeting. All members are urged by Acting President Harold Ellis to think over their lchoices for nomination for offices between now and Thursday night. No. 27 of Series 1» ONE SOUR NOTE... ’ but it’s a great orchestra nevertheless danger the benefits to the public that beer has made possible. For example, in Washington beer has created 13,468 new jobs with an annual payroll of $16,535,205 and paid $1,111,815.42 in taxes last year. The brewing industry wants“black sheep” retailers eliminated entirely. You can help us by patronizing only the reputable, legal places where beer is sold. And by reporting irregularities to the duly constituted law enforcement authorities. guardian accounted for all four Set Two Team Marks In 9 Desperate Pursuit ’6‘ , —-———— , «oz. CITY BOWLING LEAGUE .9. (Final Standings) . W. L. Pct. 0‘0 Paramount Theatre ..47 37 .560 I Q9. 5 (Iammaralms ............ ..45 39 .536 IDriske] I'lardware ....44 40 .524 0,9 :‘L. M. .......................... ..42 42 .500 .9, l . . l i‘Vilson’s Cate 43 .488 i Mason Laundry .. .43 .488 ’59 ASsociated Service , .43 .488 .0. Pastime ....................... ..34 50 .405 ’9’. High Scores “ 'GamerWRay Scott 245. 4.. . Totals—Ray Scott 635. 9:. City league bowlers bid adieu .3. to the 1940-41 season Friday night to the tune of merrily falling pins [ 9.0 which saw two new team scoringuoO Crecords established for the sea- 3 ~ l[son and an exceptional number of 0.9 v 600 individual scores posted. 1“. l Paramount Theatre staggered! 9 into the championship, two games lup on Cammaranos, by squeezing 0.0 .out one decision in three games .9. with Associated Service, but the 0 bottlers, paced by Ray Scott and 6:0 Ken Fredson, set new records in .9. ,team game and team total scores : 'in a gallant effort to catch the 0.0 lfilm producers on the final night 9 of play. .3. The Cams locked with Wilson’s .0. Cafe in a brilliant scoring duel ozo in which both teams eventually o shattered the previous team total '5. lmark for the season, the Camsiozo spilling 2955 and Wilson’s 2874 to I .0. better the former mark of 2874 0 set by the L. M. The Cams, in 0:0 addition, bit off a 1045 game to .9. ,Open their assault on the records, 3 lbreaking the 1026 figure estab-iO‘,’ lished by Driskel Hardware earlier "to in the schedule. ’ I The L. M., after trailing in the ‘o’ {league basement for three-quar- 0:0 ters Of the season, sneaked into .0. ,fourth place on the last night ofE lplay with a 2 to 1 verdict overiozo (their cellar successors, Pastime. loo. 0 00. l l l Three teams tied for fifth place l as the result of Driskel ..o" lHardware's 2 to 1 verdict ovcriozo Mason Laundry, the Cams win 9 over Wilson's, and Associated’s .0. 9 win over Paramount. 6.9 On the individual front, Ray .9, Scott topped the league with his ’ ; 245 and 635 totals, closely follow— ed by Ken Fredson at 632, Bab “fl Stewart at 629, Toad Sergeant! at 630, and Pete Carlson at 611. ’o’ ’Twas a fitting farewell to the year, teammates. . ‘9‘. 0:9 Bakers Take Top .:. . Commercial Rung i? 1 After Long Climblé. ‘ COMMERCIAL LEAGUE l w. L. Pct. 0,0 l Daviscourt Bakery ..._44 34 .564 I... 1Mac’s Corner ..43 35 .551 4-E Dairy .... .f ............ ..4-1 37 .526 0.. 359 ‘9, High Scores Game—-—Bus White 202. Total are Bus White and Roy Tingstead, each 530. , iMcConkey Pharmacy 28 50 l Relentless in its pursuit of first I place ranking, Daviscourt Bakery‘ {made good its long climb toward the commercial league top Thurs- 3 ‘day night by taking over the top rung through a 2 to 1 verdict over McConkey Pharmacy at the same time that Mac’s Corner, [erstwhile leaders, were suffering ' a knockout wallop at the hands of 4-E Dairy. Net result of the night’s play O O O O O O O O O O O Q.O°.OO°OO.§O.OO.OO.006 .00....00 O .6 was that three teams are still [very much in the running for the 1 title with only four nights of play Iremaining, the Bakers holding a .2. one game lead over Mac’s and a 00 three game edge over the dairy- men. .6. l O o o o 0;? Rayonler Flrst Ald of I o ’9 (Continued from Page One) In fourth place just ahead of Shelton was Fibreboard Products of Port Angeles with a 96.8 score, [while trailing Shelton were Ray- ;onier of Tacoma, National Paper Products of Port Crown-Zellerbach of Oregon, 'quiam. The Shelton team members are Captain Bob Bampton, Emmett 1 Smith, Woody Jones, Chesley Prin- , lgle, Willys Oliver, Patient John] lSatterfield, Alternate MeauriceMé ‘Beaulieu, and Alternate W. C. lKing. i Judge R. C. Little and Repre- sentative L. O. Seljestad are the only experienced men with this year’s squad and they have been acting in advisory and coaching' roles to the squad. 9 O 909.. O 9.00 ownsend, est Linn, and Rayonier of Ho- O O O O Q O0. O O O O O O .O0.0¢.O0.00.00.0 ~ 00 . . o iPlannlng Councll In ,z. I April Meet Wednesday .3 I April business of the Mason 0:0 :County Planning Council will, be .9. taken care of this Wednesday : gwhen that civic body holds its *:0 Imonthly meeting in ‘the' Shelton Hotel at noon. 9 Anyone having ideas they wish ‘I to present to the council is l“- vitcd to appear before the'bodyl at that time. O O 0.0 E “7.. { Am 7—- w I “I 1 o‘oo’oo".o’oo'oo‘oo°o¢’oo’oo%e’ee’ee‘o .939 ! l V. «Nurses Organlze I SHELTllN—MASON COUNlY l0llRNAl. v t ' ' t t * ° ' t t ! - - l H 0 M E i G r p ‘ Consolidated with The Shelton Independent 1.} l ' Eritlr’d as Sw‘onrl-class Illfllll'l‘ at the poslol'l'ic'r- :ll Sill‘llOll, VVasllillglon on L 0 A N S i Here LaSt nghti ‘ L t Subscription Rates l l- t l 0 Y MA 1-: M: so (Til l ( L5“ 1‘ l' Si ‘IL' .‘L; ('1 al‘ ‘1-r districts) 9 1 Mason County graduate nurses per gear; lllllli’ll'xf}. :ll‘f‘yllfi? I; ‘1)llllllll‘i(ll[S,07:lf'.lt 1“:IVIII'(31\',]:HV Sel‘ryeur. Postal ..6. HESt night £01“de DlStl'lCt N0. 22 L regulationsl l'orbirtl l'l'SllllllllS ol'_]Slu lloll sx'rv‘d by city mail carrier from .30 ’ r ' ' ' e‘ " i" (loil' .Ulll'llfl i\' mzu . l . 1- till the Washlngton State Nurses ,WC Huh ‘ A :. . V {I 2:), (A ‘ ‘ ‘ Ht“ b ( , o . Convenient Te 1118 i Association at a banquet meeting ‘ sh lloll. r, p l m llllll (collie d y C'II‘I‘lfI‘) 30:. lheid at Lhc Shelton Hotel “ 1th Pu‘ 1ed every Tuesday and Thursday afternoon '09. Reasonable Rates lMISS Anne RadfOIfd 0f Olympia he warmer: WWW"; Ate" ewe 11,117,,”HEWITT, e; l PreSident’ .and M15? Glee Ma" ‘ GRANT c. ANGLE J. EBER ANGLE Itln, Olympia, executive secretary, , Fdimr “Imam “2. of the state association attondmgi ‘D' l to help in the organization (16—, Ali-lilbt-l' (ll.~ \Vnsllillg‘lon vaspape-l' l’ublislicl‘s' Association .9. tails. , and National Edi m-lal Associatlon. l.¢. i First permanent officers of the} g3. . _ncw district are Mrs. Esther 01-; l a Mason county saVIngs lsen Brodie, president; Miss Dor-; l . . . “z. ' cas Myers, vice-president; Missl , & Loan ASSOClatlnn Antonette Baima, secretary, andl RALO "z. n BM .. ,Mrs. Florence Smith, treasurer. l . ‘ A 9.. Tme Insura ce 9 l A temporary board Of directorsl .9. ,to draw up by-laws for the newl V I ‘3 i g _, district and act as temporary ad—l e! lViSOI‘S to the new district offic-I We. ‘ers was appointed by Miss Rad—5 774—— l 7_ g ford and consists of Mrs, Brodie, LeDrew Fans 16 As Shelton Drubs: Paramount Vllns Title But Cams“. l NOIE: paign. 9090099000000 $.99.Q¢°O¢.¢¢.¢0.¢$.¢¢.¢9 06 09 00 00 O To the Candidate Securing the Most POints‘ on: Both Old and New scriptions from Wednesday Morning, Aril‘E 23‘, to Saturday Night, M, This $10 Prize Campaign is a New Campaign, and only those candidates entered in the original. 1 for the Cash Commissions and the Bicycle Prizes are eligible to compete in the new $10.00 Cash P" TO THE PARENTS You should interest yourself, actively, in the campaign of your boy or girl entered in this sub— scription campaign. The campaign work is an experience and train— ing that will be invalu- able to your child later in life. ' Your child wants a new bicycle or he Or she would not have entered this campaign. EEK”? EAL]. By helping your child :Win one of these bicycles you save the actual mon- jey it would cost you to get a bicycle for him or ther. l Even though you can ‘well afford to buy a bi- cycle your boy or girl ‘will derive lots Of pleas- ure from the ‘bike’ he or ,she has won, plus the ad: ditional thrill Of a real g accomplishment. ..uwwnsrflnaram‘ .. M NOTES ON SECOND NEW .———————_ $10 CAMPAIGN will have absolutely no bearing campaign. What subscribers any candidate has secured before this time on the second new $10 cash prize Only those subscriptions secured and turned in between this Wednesday morning and Saturday night of next week (the last night of the campaign) will count in~this new campaign. Tile $10 cash prize announced today is the second $10 cash prize offered. The first $10 cash prize was for NEW subscriptions only. The second NEW $10 Cash Prize campaign is for new, old and delinquent subscriptions. All subscriptions each candidate hands in from Wednesday morning of this week to and including Saturday night of next week, will count votes on the original prizes and points in the NEW cam- paign. . In the event of a tie in the NEW $10 cash prize campaign, a prize identical in value will be given each tying candidate. Everybody will win in this second NEW $10 cash prize cam- paign as all subscriptions turned in during the time of the NEW $10 campaign will count votes towards the origirial prizes. In the orig- inal prize campaign only as many candidates are allowed to be active as there are prizes, and each active candidate will receive a bicycle or cash commission for the work he or she does in this cam- paign. Practically every candidate in the campaign has said he Wished there were a prize for old subscriptions. And now there is one! Here is the prize you asked for e now win it! Please .help us, candidates, by marking your subscriptions cor- rectly as either NEW or OLD. If a person is now getting the pa- per, he is NOT a NEW subscriber, even if he changes the name on the paper; our list. A N EW subscription is one that adds another name to Candidates receive full credit for all back subscriptions. SCHEDULE OF POINTS FOR SECOND NEW $10 . All subscriptions secured and tgrned in between Wednesday morning, April 23,4 and 9 o'clock the same Wednesday night, will count points to- wards the NEW $1O IN CASH PRIZE as follows: 1 year .................. __ 8 points 2 years _____________ ..16 points CASH PRIZE CAMPAIGN 'All subscriptions turned in between Thursday morning,— April 24, and Saturday night,~ April 26, will count points to— ards the New $10 CASH PRIZE wards the New $10 CASH PRIZE as follows: 1 year .................. _. 7 points 2 years ................ ..14 points All subscriptions turned in between Monday morning, April 28, and Wednesday night, April 30, will countpoints towards the New $10 in CASH prize as follows: 1 year __________ ._- .............................. .. 2 years ....................................... .. 6 points ................................... ..12 points All subscriptions turned in between Thursday morning, May 1, and Saturday night, May 3, will count points towards the New $10 in CASH prize as follows". 1 year ................................... 2 years NOTE: You will receive .......................................... .. 5 points __.10 points re points for subscriptions the earlier you turn them in during this new“$10.00vCampaign. Subscriptions turn- ed in for Wednesday’s report will count more than those turned in dur- ing the following day‘s. points schedule. For Full and Complete Information, call on, telephone, or write Campaign Malta ' Shelton-Mason County Journal , Office open each evening until 8:00 6 906 o o' o o’ o o o ¢.oo°¢o.o¢.¢ogoovogoovogoa lThis campaign conducted with‘the recommends OOOOOQOOQOO‘ 0.09.09‘9... Start‘now. Take advantage of the highest —voun OPPORTUNITY;— 00 000909 Shelton, Washington—107 South F9 0.0:oozoo:oo:oo:oo’o tion and under the authority of the Washington Newspaper Publisher‘s .' \ 600.00.900.00. 3 n o o o ‘ CAMPAIGN N0 Unless the city entries do their. they are going to see the majority 0 bicycles carried off by the country CE? The out-of—town list includes some ers and excellent subscription produce If your name appears in the list?![ dates published today you are cons‘t . an active candidate and eligible t0, the list of prizes and commissions if report the next four clays—Wednesdaxi: 23; Saturday, April 26; Wednesday. and Saturday, May 3, the last nigh campaign. I Don’t fail to see each and every Person promised you a subscription for Tues Wednesday. , Some have threatened, butvso far has clone it. That is, cover the town ly, going up one street and down * calling at every house. You will be, at the good results you will secure b Remember if anyone has paid ,‘0 H in the campaign, he may get another Ly: 1, a saving of $1. The second year f0? scribers is $1.50 and for out of city 5? ers, $1.00. This saving is only offered “ the campaign. "‘ NOW is the time to start a . Y tive campaign in earnest. , any candidate has ,up to thiSv has no bearing whatever 0”? it ~ second new Cash Prize paign. It is only for the of the campaign, starting; nesday. You can win the $10 CASH P3123 second New Campaign and, at the 5.9" and with the same subscriptions, enh, opportunity of winning the mOSt prize in the original list of bicycles ' Cash Commissions. TE Each is a separate competition 3?? scriptions secured and turned in betW nesday morning, April 23, and', , night, May 3, will count votes ‘1' original bicycle prizes and points 11“ $10 CASH PRIZE campaign. We as all subscriptions turned in duriI} $10 campaign will count votes in't‘. bicycle and cash commission camp” ' m-..-.. A11 Start on an Equal B WEDNESDAY MOE “ 00066690560- 0.99.00000.”.OO.9