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April 29, 1941     Shelton Mason County Journal
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i i Page Eight 5 Shelton Women Win Pin Rewards, After leading the pack when she , finished bowling a week ago Sunv; day. Marie Kubik of Shelton was‘ shunted down to 12th place in thel -' o i ' ('r i ‘ agrslhfifgpointlifhle‘ti the annual ‘ Shelton Trounces Montcsano, 15-4; Club four- l , .0 . _. 9 Bears Thrash Cats, 12-2; game womens singles bowling Big Battle Here classic which closed this Sunday. Miss Kubik had a four-game to—' PREP BASEBALL LEAGUE BEARS lLoggers Stage l Run Spree, Take ; Elma_lnto Campé ’CLIMBERS, , REMAIN UNBEATEN,§ T0 CLASH FRIDAY? l lot baseball dished out by the Shel-l l day wasn‘t a bit bad, considering‘ lit was the first competition of the, lyear for either club and only the: lthird or fourth time either team. tal, including handicap, of 746, \‘V L RF RAlhad even practiced. which was high at the time the , SHELTON ................ ..3 40 12 Shelton held a 10 to 4 edge when" Shelton pinbuster finished rolling. Olympia ........ ..3 43 4 the session was {many halted af- ........ .2 27 21 ter eight innings on Loop Fieldl 13 { Danny Cormier, remade first sack-‘ )0 2'}er, and Jackie Stewart, the Tom 7 47iThumb southpaw, collaborated in; 1a five-hit pitching job. each go—l ling four frames. i But eventually Irene Barriclaw of Elma ....... .. Olympia hung up an 843 aggre- Aberdeen . .ml gate which copped fourth place Hoquiam .... .. W1 and ten others squeezed between Montesano ................ ..0 that figure and Miss Kubik‘s. ', Scores Friday Down in the lower brackets of! Shdton‘li MOKIWSam 4‘ , the Prize Winners in the same Elma lb' Hoqu‘am 3‘ l Cormicr hurled scoreless ball: tourament were Verda McConkey Olympia 12' Aberdeen 2‘ land gave up only one bingle in, with a 724 total, Elsie Peterson. Game“ TOday lhis trick. l l a FNNNOG at 7123, Min Durand at 716, and; Shelton at Elma- Through the first three and a. Freda Fredson at 715. so the Shel-J Aberdeen at Monte‘ half frames the clubs battled with-2 toil entries didn't do too badly. Hoquiam‘ at 91ympia- Pout denting the plate, in fact an“ .___,-___._._, Games Friday l ' Olympia at Shelton. hln‘ia hit in the first was the only. I iin the fourth, but then a combin-: Hoquiam at Aberdeen lsafety until Shelton came to bat: Montesano zit Elma. g . _ . . , i “I I. asst as“anon of four Shelton hits, one Ll»; thgi- tiles)»ng13115;}:cghcllilgg pandlmtlfriofi “"9 passed bans' “"01 V I I A Olympia Wm tangle on Loop Field Wilt. pitc es, two stolen bases and: out the Shelton PUDllC Library I th.‘ Frda afternooq with the.three walks produced SlX Sheltonl has) eonuiemed mim E,..,“.i,,o.‘S lbt“ “1th Pp baqéban league’lruns which took the element ofl rains the past few days due tonégé‘2frthcp {Sm m: the w'umerlcontest away from the game. the presence.“ two .new tvfl "‘lin this; annuapl clash between two‘. The ViSltOI'S b10149 through for; DOOR Shelves {MU-£11001 In the WIDE“ ancient diamond rivals. one as Stewart came to the mound« E3011 Shelf 15 lime fleet 10mg and, ‘Both clubs demonstrated they , but Shelton added three iii the] ({illill‘f‘l‘ l‘“lght. (.‘Onsldf‘x-ably ‘l‘l- iarc clicking on hitting Cylin- ‘ Sixthy each club scored in the gev- Seasmg tgedévadable Space for . ders when they submerged their i 'Cnlthv Elma getting a Pair. and thel d2“ bOOKS. and opposition of last Friday under 1 VlSitOX‘S closed With one in the fin-. most in the library wing. New Book Shelves At Library Add Spacei t isn't exactly a serious case, alums“- base-hit deluges which brought ‘11 trill. . v {the Highcliinbers a 15 to 4 victnrvl Omei- Dion and Stewart bagged; mover an outclassed Montesano three blows apiece for Shelton; club and the Bears 21 12 to ue— i with Bill Tayer Cliff Kelly and: lcision over the Aberdeen Bobcats. ' Th Elmer Matson getting one each} e . . is RIGHT l Three Highelimber hurlers di- 1 The short score: l l .vided the Montesano game and R H E , “7h {allowed the Bulldogs only five Elma ........ _. 000 010 21m 4 5 3| V nn+ '7 Ihits. Jess Phillips, sophomore . Shelton 000 603 lit-4 10 9 5- U» Hale the lrigiithaiioer, worked the maioi'i Batteries: Price, G. Johnson. ~shift, gomg the first four innings‘ (7) and E. Johnson; and giving up two runs and three (hits, and striking out six. Elmer l Carlson gave- one hit and no scores : B E S T l in the next three frames, an d Cormier, E Stewart (4) and Kelly. l . \ inquire, Then You'll Buy Ralph LeDrew finished up by; . ' - lstriking out the side in both of¢DeM013yS the innings he worked but was ' , nicked for two runs between! whiffs. LeDrew now has fanned , . 34 batters in 11 innings of league Group Eve ,pitching. ‘ _._- ' Highclimber hitting honors werc‘ DcMolay degrees were confer- l . and pretty well divided with Earl'red upon eleven new members, Lumsden getting four and a walk eight from Port Angeles, an d in six trips, including two triples. tthree from Shelton, at special in- ‘Warren Woods, Ken Latham, Jim 4 itiation exercises held by Mark E. McComb and Bob Pearce contrib- 1 Reed chapter in the Masonic Tem- ,uted three apiece to the cause pic here last night. 'as the Highclimbers scored three With Port Angeles DeMolay i l l l l ' l times in the first five times in members filling in a few places, the third, four times in the fifth the initiatory ceremonies were and tappered off with single tal- ‘ conducted by Mark E. Reed chap- SHELTON CONCRETE lies in each of the last three in- ter members. The program was Inings. witnessed by a group of 39 mem- Seventh St. Bridge Phone 123 1 Today the Highclimbers are at bers and four advisers of the Port lElma, Where they may run into Angeles DeMolay chapter and l l la troublesome Eagle nine which three members and three advisers soundly thrashed Hoquiam, 16 to of the Bremerton chapter, plus the local chapter’s membership. Shelton beat the Griz- 3, Friday. zlies only 8 to 4.‘ The box score; Refreshments consisting of hot dogs and chocolate were served {Shelton AB R 0 A Eby the Mothers’ Club of Mark E. Woods, 58 ........ .. 6 4 0 1 0 Reed chapter. Ludeen. 1b 3 4 0 0" Plans were laid for a joint pic- Fredson. Cf ---- -- b 2 2 0 0 0 njc sometime this summer on tl.-.' erasure-u. WASHINGTON Latham. c ...... .. 5 1 3 11 1 0 canal for the Port Angeles andl . .______.._._._.___..._ lMcComb, 2b 5 1 1 2 ,0 \ Shelton chapters. ’ Two showg evgry night V'Overbeke, If 3 0 0 1 1 0 « l Starting at 7:00 P.M. Phillips, p 2 1 (1) ‘1) 1 0 . . Matinee 2:15 pm. Saturday ,E’a We??? a -. 3 g 3 0 2 3 2-T0n lelt Set ‘ and Sunday Geage. ...... v. 3 0 O 3 0 0 . Adm" 10¢ and 25¢, pluo tax 1'3 0v 0 --------- -- l (State 2¢: Federal 3d) .Pagev rt 1 1 1 0 0 0 :Carlson,p ........ .. 2 0 0 0 0 0 . ' i Leprew' p ...... u o 0 0 o ,0 0 A two—ton load limit was set: Tonight Only Johnson, if ...... ..'2 0 2 1 0 own the Skokomish Valley bl’idsei Totals .......... ..45 15 22 27 11 0 at the Joe Young place until the: : span can be repaired. by action of . ERROL FLYNN QIVIontesano AB (3 A E the county commissioners at their ‘Costello, rf ...... .. 3 1 1 0 1 weekly session yesterday. l . i Johnson, of .... .. 2 2 0 i 0 (2) The board ordered also vacationl HE «” Best, 53 .......... .. 4 1 1 2 of three-eighths of a mile of thei DA K Chism, lb-p .... .. 4 0 0 6 2 1 vacated portion of primary state} Crisp, 3b 4 0 1 3 4 1 , highway No. 9 (Olympic highway) Mustard, 1f .... .. 3 0 1 1 0 0.near Jorstad Creek when no ob- 0 1 0 1 0 jectors appeared at yesterday‘s O 0 1 1 advertising public hearing on the 0 0 7 4 0 petition for vacation submitted by' Totals .......... ..31 4 5 27 14 6 residents of the district. n A delegation of women repre— Score by Innings _ ' Shelton ............ .305 040 111——15'8entmg several womens clubs of .............. ..326 141 032—22 Mason County which requested! _100 100 020_. 4 the appointment of a home dem? .000 310 010__ 5 onstration agent in this county informed that the board Jane Withers hits ’Montex‘iano . hits SUMMARY: m3-base hits—Lums-iygild be unable t d m den 2. 2~base hitS——Latham, Mc— 0 0 So is Thursaay only Comb. Sacrifice hits—MeComb, ye?" b2; YVOUld cghe requestl ( VanOverbeke. Runs batted in— u“ 9" “Semen "'1 rawmg 11D: (FRONTIER Lumsden 3, Fredson 3, Latham 3, i the 1941 county midget MARSHALL” Phillips 2, V’anOverbeke, Pearce, - -—-——- Johnson, Mustard, Best. Innings l S 0 cial Security IS pitchedehillips 4, Carlson 3, Le-{ . . Drew 2, Valentine 3, Chism 6.i Kuvanls Topic Runs scored off—Phillips 1, Carl-. . son 1, LeDrew 2, Valentine 8, Chi}. Kiwanians were given an in_ 5’“ 7- Strum" °“t‘—Ph‘n‘ps 6r Le" l sight into the intricate workings , l Drew Carlso" 2v Valen‘me 1: of the Federal Social Security Do. Gerschak, 2b 4 Hutton, c ........ .. 4 Wednesday Only Valentine, Nb 3, Friday - Saturday “A GIRL, A GUY, A GOB” Chism 3. Walks—hPillips 2. Carl- _ v . . partment by managei Leo C. Raa son 1, Leme 1, Valentine 2, Chi- burg from the Olympia branch 5’“ 1~ office. Mr. fiaaburg showed the club 1 two films depicting various phases of the work and its application. Included were pictures of thel countless machines and persons who conduct the "largest insur- ance organization in the worldi with more than 54 million policy. 'holders; the workers of Ameri-l l l IRandolph Scott—Nancy Keiy Presto Streamlined STAPI. Ell Complete with 500 Staples 50° DeLuxe Model to Grace the Finest Desk ca. ' Announcement was made of anl especially interesting meeting to be held Tuesday evening when a , speaker. who recently returned from France will be presented. Ki- wanis ladies and guests are to be invited on that occasion. lDistrict Jersey Show _At Elma On June 3rd June 3 has been selected as the date for the annual district spring lcattle show staged by the Wash- ington Jersey Cattle Club for thel Mason-Thurston-Lewis-Grays Har- l, bor district. The Elma Fair grounds have again been chosen as the site for this district show. Most Mason" County Jersey cattle breeders will probably have entries in the Elma . district show. OTHER STAPLERS $1.50 to $5.00 The George DePoe, Route 2. Ray- onier employe, underwent an arm! operation at Shelton. hospital yes-l terday. . if you Wish to Sell you'll Have1 to Tam—Journal Want-Ads: ' ’j Stationery Department l _. ARM IN OPERATION t0“ and Elma town Squads Sun‘ Hoquiam Easy Victor; Montcrszino‘ SHELTQNMASQNFOUNTY JOURNAP m“ ’CLllllBEll ClNhEil >Sistine;sixties?“ minimise£01m?E 1 n a e ay The results: High ll,lll'(ll(‘ ~.l0'lfi~‘-0ll (ill, li‘Hi no (ii i, Crll'lislo (M l. StwiiliJS‘ . ' . . 1, My?) “12 {Tinted States DeieiiSe Savings ' ‘ ' ‘ H ,, Bonds and Postal Savings Stamps 100-38.“! (“Sh 91ml?!“ (3“: " will be placed on sale in the Shel— logl? 1h" BM?“ (50' ha“ ml‘ ton Post Office at the opening of? r m“)- bllsiness Thursday, h’iay 1, as part1 . _ ., . P019 limit“CREW”l ‘F't 570-971 of the national effort to make and?” shat}? Eng/['Se‘" (H), Haslcin lily, tie for first, America impregllable. 0'“ “we 1“” ‘ ‘m 10 Net. 5: Smith. "WON! (ti). Ut‘ Postmaster Miss Jessie lCllig‘hti _..__ for fourth. Thrashed by Hoquiam and sllf‘zd- l Shots 39‘“ (H)v Monger (EL ed by Montesanoy the sheltOHJROSS (Ht xmson (Shim f8“ nearly completed for this com- iinunity, along with thousands of Egghcumbezs toms Ithil'd (Wafer lg Mile~Click (Hi. Holderman ‘ others from coast to coast, to do t ("to amle qua langul‘u “.Ific‘ (H). (lehrman (El. Store)" (H), ‘ its full part at the openinc‘ of the session at Hoquiam 183;. Fries. {537.8 mvhws 1.,.Og.1...ml ” ‘ beating out Elma, the fourth con—2 “owmayton (H) Gehrman b m’ 7W ‘W;__d tender. ,E,_ Storey (HM Rm, (5,, 56,5 I’ATXENT AT HOSPTTAL Hoquiam scored firsts in 12 of f—figh jump- Van Cleve (Hi, and lay Stacy of Matti-or}: the 14 events to walk off with Kilcu’n tie for film" 5 feet. 4' 33d- lilyonier employe, was an easy victory in the meet, Mon- i doll and {fancy tied for third. ‘ to Shelton hospital Monday tesano captured the other two Discus».-013)-ton (H), Smith (5) ‘inedical care. firsts to shade Shelton, 21 to 2012 ; Hanger (E). Home, lit/I]. 125i 11'v_ , --— - “7.. for points, and Elma brought up the Low hurdles Ridden (Hi, ' rear with 13 tallies. den (Hi. Carlstad (M). Stnmosi Big Jim Rose set the pace for (M), 24.0. i the Highclimbers by placing in 220—yai'd dash Iiiurplly (Ml, ‘7 CHICKS three events, taking a second in Ogle in), "tort-ix, (2’s), Cyr (Hi, the broad jump, 21 third in the 23.4. ~ -r football throw and a fourth in- Broad jumn made}! (11;, lose the century dash for a total of (S). Siden (H). and Nelson (5)1 six points. Frank Beret added and Ogle (H), tie l‘ur fourth. :20 four with thirds in the century Football throwewComo}; and 220 yard dashes, and Jacil Motzger (El, Rom (S). Smith had 31,; points with a sec« (M). 17911)". 0nd in the discus and a tie forl 880- -Haney (Hi, Gall”- , . fourth in the pole vault. No other George (I'll, Grass: (E), .': (pf. REPORTE As long as national defense demands, our great new refinery will produce fuels 24 hours a day for the Army, Navy, airplane manufacturers and You. 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