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gllay 1, 1941. *1 you CAN7T out UNTlL you aFIND A BUYER! ULSEWANT-AQS am: “How about some GET A TRAVELERS accident . “haying?” ticket for every trip, 25c per, i ' All right, I’ll call day. Rates lower on longerl 2, f periods. See Herb Angle NOW! l l l l . ~°zers — Pile Drivers Gas Shovels ,TNCks Logging Trucks & Trailers l . CLEARING and EXCAVATING Information and Estimates Free ROY KIMBEL CHRISTIAN SCIENCE “Everlasting Punishment" is the subject of the Lesson-Sermon which will be read in all Churches of Christ, Scientist, Sunday, May 4. Golden Text: “He that cover- eth his sins shall not prosper: but whoso confesseth and for-‘ saketh them shall have mercy” (Prov. 28:13). Among the citations which com- prise the Lcsson—Sermon is the following from the Bible: “Be not deceived; God is not mockedz. for whatsoever a man soweth, that shall he also reap. For he The Lesson—Sermon also includes . the following passage from the Christian Science textbook, “Sci- ence and Health with Key to the Scriptures” by Mary Baker Ed- dy: “‘Whatsoever a man sow“ eth, that shall he also reap.’ Er- ror excludes itself from harmony. Sin is its own punishment” (p. Farm Income Farmers in 1939 had a gross farm . income of $9,769.000,000 from farm production and government pay» menls, it is reported by the bureau of agricultural economics. he es- ' timate includes cash incomes from SHELTON-MASON COUNTY JOURNAL JOURNAL that soweth to his flesh shall of , . the flesh reap corruption; but he mametmgs' gOVmeent payments I da that soweth to the Spirit Shall of under Conservation programs, .and ur Shelton the spirit reap life everlasting” the value of farm products retained " ’ v . . . . ~ m, (Gal.6:7,8). for farm consumption. “C by ozuzwzoozoozwzwzoozoozoozoczwzwzwzwzo>:oo:oo:otzcozoozntnzwznznzo9:»:«30030939ozoofioozwzoozuzoozwzod am atu , th to maintain the utmost secrecy 8e: number of subscriptions and last t“er by each candidate during w! hree days of the campaign the 'b'aube brought to a close under a i, e .302 box system. No subscriptions ‘ y W111 be accepted from candidates Beampaign department during the 6 days of the campaign; instead tes will deposit their final col- _ Subscriptions in the sealed 111 the window of The Journal Pampaign manager will collect V :uzglscrlbcrs who come to the office d Will put in the ballot box for .candidate it is credited to. If ates cannot come to the office anmail their report to the cam- rimed ager and he will see it gets in . box if it reaches him by 9 Sat- Seal Candidates will have access ed ballot box any time. SATUR ‘ the Final hour of is our last chance through the ' urge every candidate to do his . l-‘lt’s still anybody’s race. ed The l 39 You have never worked be- ‘M'Sa'tes—thcre is going to be Felling these last two days. ‘vgr 333% threatened it, but so far no . he lt-and that is to absolutely hp one hundred percent by but Inan street and down the other “sad 133mg 8. house. And you'll be at the wonderful results you‘ll Bo ' 1:!!! to impress upon you'. pr°s_ " the e great bargain they receive “look "ext two days only. After 9 “libs w§aturday night, subscription M a" I" 90 back to their old figure, “’“lals will be off. "I l , r 9 ' r1te to°°10ck Saturday night it will be , do your best—now is the time! . I NOTES and EXTRA votes will be nqu-TRY $20 worth of subscrip- On 111 Saturday; $40 worth of ’00?) bY_ Saturday night would EXTRA votes, etc. b h Prize do $110“, put f you want? If you ll," °"th a good effort for the My e_"emaining, you can easily v l"We in the list. Who n (K ' H 0 H H Ournal 0 reunion r party which _ office during the final .§atur W111 begin as soon after 9 . st bday night as all candidates Waite in the office by that time) ‘au 81" angld On. Only the judges, the Owed i the campaign manager will en“ the office during the count. ll; 3110:3316 the judges to finish the A ii "i . Vellunc‘agsldate who does not turn in °9k sat° more subscriptions by 9 n 31‘ time. p a t'day night will NOT get a \5 ,_M:oa,n °.mmission. This is a rule is,“ . Thpalon and will be strictly en- ..fiugl time l315st candidates will have turnfis two but each.candidate it? mile "’1 at least two Saturday to and fapr a commission. This is "‘ Warning. .Qffi _9§‘.9ooo coco ’ 9 ’Wo”o”o”o”o’*o”o”o‘ H’ .p-g 90nd V. Full and Complete Information, call on; telephone, or write Campaign Manager — Shelton-Mason County Journal 99 open each evening until 8:00 Shelton, Washington—107 South Fourth DETAHLS OF THE FINAL COUNT READ 4.1.94 lAY NIGHT AT 9 the lOllRNlll’S Subscription Campaign No candidate will be allowed to enter the newspaper office later than 9, o’clock Saturday night for the purpose. of turn- ing in subscriptions -"to count in the campaign. All candi- dates in the office by 9 o’clock Saturday night, h0wever, will be, given an opportunity to check with the Campaign Man- ager, and to deposit their final collections in the sealed ballot box. Just so you are in the office by 9 o’clock Saturday night, you will be waited on and your sub- scriptions will be counted by the judges. You cannot mail or de- liver any after 9 o’clock Satur- day night. Be sure you get all your subscriptions and money to. our office in time. lll Candidates-ill llll B-cycles' Saturday Night ALL OTHERS \VILL BE PAID A 20% CASH COMMISSION In order to avoid all possi- bility of error in the vote count each candidate (accom- panied by parent or guardian) is urged to come to this office prepared to check up the amount of cash he or she has turned in, and the number of votes and to and including their Wed- nesday’s report, with the Cam- paign Manager’s record. Please come in Friday evening for this purpose, if you possibly can, otherwise Saturday will be all right. Candidates living far from the office may do their checking when they come in with their final report on Sat- urday night. At the same time the candidates will be given the necessary slip to put in the bal- lot box with their final remit- tance. Candidates who do not come in to check W111 be considered as having given notice to the' judges they accept the Cam-‘ paing Manager’s count as ab- solutely correct in every detail. 9 O 0009 09.3'0990990090909 0.0960 0.9 0.00.06.90.000090”. ‘09.”.O0.0 9900.9 0.99.09.99.99909 “.00... 00 99.00.00.00... 0 points he or she has 00090990090060 9.99.00.0000 0.0 9.0 9.09.99.¢O°¢0.0§°O0.0§¢¢ ‘ o 0’ N O O 0‘» The candidates will simply place their money and subscriptions in a sealed en- velope and deposit it in the sealed ballot box. This means that no one but the candidates will know what they do these last three days, until the campaign has been officially declared ended and the bal- lot box is opened by the judges for the final count. This assures fairness to the ,“nth” degree. The winners will be deter- O l l O O O O O O 0.00.00.00.00.QO.§ mined by the judges merely adding the votes and points for subscriptions »con- 9,9 tained in the sealed ballot box to each .0. candidate’s total up to last Wednesday night as shown by their individual signed ’.9 statements. Every effort will be made to ,9. finish the final count Saturday night so the prizes may be given to the candidates ’9’ that night or Sunday. A bulletin will be 9:” placed in the window of The Journal of— .9. fice Sunday morning showing the final standing of the candidates. 0.0 ' o? 99 O O “.0 O O O 09.00 O O O 0.09.... O “.0 99 When you come in Saturday with your 3, final report, please return to the Cam- 3 , paign Manager all receipt books and lists ‘0‘ of subscribers which have been furnished ..: l «0 you. This is important to us, so please comply with this request. 929 Any candidate whose name appears 4”? on the list printed today will be certain ’9' of winning a prize or a commission if 9.9 he or she gets at least two more sub- 0:9, scriptions turned in by 9 o’clock Sat- 9:. urday night. .9. Wednesday was the biggest report day at. to date and Saturday will be even bigger. .3. 9 There is nothing more we can say——- ,O.l the campaign ends at 9 o’clock Sat- urday night. if the short time left— ’3’ and the value of the prizes—does not 9.. make you do your best in these last few hours, surely nothing we could say or do would urge you on to win the most valuable prize of a beautiful and durable bicycle. O 9 .”.¢ 90. .06....” O Q 6.09. O O .96.. Q .99 NOTES 0 O O O The friends who paid their subscriptions to you did it to help you and because they thought you would work to help yourself. If you do not do your best the last hours of the campaign you are not doing right 0 O O .90....“ 60 N 99 by your friends who have already helped 9. you. O A race is never won or lost until the final lap is run. At this stage of the campaign some candidates get over confident and others suffer from under 0 «90’» o ’o WWW-M O confidence. Either of these symptoms 9'. is dangerous, as no candidate has .3. anything “cinched” at this time— ’ neither is there any candidate who ’z‘ cannot win one of the most valuable .29 prizes if he or she only goes~after it in earnest between now and o’clock Saturday night. 0 .9 N O O 9. Ask the Campaign Manager Saturday what time you are to call for your prize. We ask that the candidates winning bi- cycles be ready to make a quick decision as to which prize bicycle he or she wishes, so it will not hold us up in getting the prizes to the other candidates as quickly as possible. The candidates not winning bicycles will have their commission cheeks mailed to them by Tuesday. 0 o o o soggcgoop «390%»: O O O O .00.”. O Q. O 0.996%. O o o o 9.09.0030 £0 O O 9 0 :FOR SALE: Tract 5, Lake Isa-i Real Estate “‘“AM FOR SALE WATERFRONT: two splendid tracts, 9 and 12 acres, partially cleared, good water, electricity, buildings on one tract. Near Shelton on Arcadia Road. For full particulars call at C0. Supt: office or phone 366. 4-15-w5-1—6t. FOR SALE: 4 excellent building lots, 13th and Franklin. Inquire 125 North 11th street for full particulars. 4-22-5-22_-~10t. FOR SALE: 105acres close in, be- low Arcadia road. Partly clear- ed. Good land, creek, young or- chard, large garden on creek bottom, berries. New 6 room house, unfinished interior. Full basement. Outbuildings. $2,700 cash. Pete Eitreim, Route 3. 4-22—tf FOR SALE: 4-room modern home on Hillcrest. Inquire Eagle Bar— ber Shop at Mac’s Corner. . B-«4-29--5-1~——2t. FOR SALE: 5 acres, cabins, well, on Olympic highway. 1520 Union, Shelton phone 375-M, evenings. Sfl4-24-29--5-1-#-3t r) A4 bella. Good spring on property. Will sell reasonable. See Harold Carr at postoffice. 5-1—6—2t. FOR SALE: 5—room modern house, furnished or unfurnished. $2800 terms. Phone 328—J or 499. R—5—1—-tf. “m FOR SALE ’ 5-room modern home with nook and built—ins. Good yard and close-in. Why pay rent when[ can get a home like this for $1450 on terms of $250 down and monthly payments. acres of property on the Bay about 4 miles from Shelton, has 175 feet of waterfront and 1,900 feet deep to the road. Spring runs through the property and there is lots of nice timber and wood. This is about the last piece of waterfront property on' the Bay close in and is welll worth the price of $1075. Some! terms. I * * * ’R * * l Business building in Shelton. Ren- tal income. Terms. $4,600.00. * ’lfi * ' 1—room log cabin on Isabellaf Lake. Terms. $950.00. Bargaln for Qu1ck Sale i 5-room modern home in good con-’ dition located on Island Lake. Property has the finest beach on the lakeyfine gravel bottom. Cut from $1700 to $1450 for, quick sale. See it today as itl will not last. ‘ =l€ * 5-room modern home, with hard-i wood floor, fireplace, furnace and basement, 2% acres of ex-i cellent ground, with fruit trees: and large chicken houses. * This; will make you a fine surburban home, close in. $3450, terms may; be arranged. Herbert G. Angle Angle Bldg. Phone 304 vvvvvvvvvvw 7m» IV Lost and Found LOST: from Harstine Island, 16—ft. lead colored skiff containing 100-ft. chain. One oar block] broken. J. C. Simmons, Route 2,l Shelton. 4-29-5-1—2t. I i l i l l l i l ...so you are going to be MARRIED! ' ET us be among the first to extend best wishes, with the hope and trust that the years to come may bring you ever- incrcasing happiness and rich realization of your fondcst dreams. And by way of starting everything off right, we offer you a gift copy of our precious little Bride’s Book. . . precious, but free, like so many of the best things in life. It's all about how to best. let your friends know about the most important event you'll love: have in your life. Virginia Courtency, recognized auchority,writcs cntcrtainingly, informativcly, about the mod- ern way to say "I’m married, and I want to tell the world." Virginia suggestS‘only what the smart girl of today should do . . . can't afford not to do. Our gift, with our very best wishes to you, and we do mean YOU. noted with the recommendation and illuch the authority 0! the Vl’asilingtml Newspaper Publisher‘s Association, Inc. ‘ JOURNAL OFF ‘than outside salesmen can quote m.” .. Mi»... S H E L T O N FURNITURE UP- HOLSTERING, furniture recov- ered and rebuilt. Free estimates. 714 Ellinor Avenue. Joe Nuss- baumer, prop. Phone 590-W. 4~1F--5-154—-1m. .DO YOUR FEET HURT? Have ‘ a free Pedograph print and foot analysis at the Buster Brown Shoe Store in Olympia. 4«3~~—5-1~9t FLOW’ERS . s. “"7"” Classuled Seerce . Page 8%) '. 0'7"“ For Rent * l ‘AA‘M‘AAM WA.“ A“. u .FURNISHED APARTMENTS fol rent (2 and3rooms). Good lo-x cation. Very reasonable. Golds- ‘ borough Apts, Second and Knee-l land Streets, Shelton. 5-7~tf. FOR RENT: sleeping room for} woman or girl. Mrs. W. A. Brodt, 121 E. Cedar. Phone 582- J. 3-27—tf. COMFORTABLE sleeping room 'l for rent and meals if desired. 903 Railroad Ave. F—«4-29-5-1-6—8—4t. HOUSE FOR RENT? can Mrs. H. H. Crary, 285-VV. 5—1—6—2t mmwvv RATES On Classified Advertisements 10 cents a line (5 words) first insertion, 5c 3 line each subse- quent insertion. Mini mum charge 30c. Classified advertisements ac- cepted over the telephone from phone subscribers. Cash should accompany all other orders or payment made before the first of the month to save expense of billing. An extra charge at 16c will be made when billing’ls necessary. Card of thanks 500. Classified Display Rates on Request. ' ‘1 r p D‘ t 3_r00m furnished mvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvm . kmrs 0.. .oc 5mg “an S, l house. Inquire 604 Franklin. S , , _. l Mrs. Ed Elliott. 5-1—tf, For sale napdragons, stock, pansles, I '"vvvwvv" . “A‘AMAAM petunias, geraniums, tomato ‘ FOR SALE: three good used wood plants, etc. FORREST GARDENS 222 S. 10th Phone 112-W Wanted circulating heaters. Excellent “MMAAM--A.-“wm condition. Shelton Gas Company. LET PLOVIE make your lawn 424 29 '5 1 3L and lTOCkCrleS? Plant your f10W-, FOR SALE: complete outfit phO‘ ers and shrubs evenings. 726 Si tography equipment, also small First St. P—4-15—29—5t. paint gun. Inquire 940 East Cas- ——--—- -—-—~—-- . L—~4-2 -29--5-1—3t. GIRL WANTED for full time cade 4 ‘ housework. One child. Phone FOR SALE: boys junior bicycle. Summer I—Iome Specials 335-W. B——4-29—5-1—e2t. $5.00. Grace Springer, Walker Davenport and Chair .......... .. 7.501LET PLOVIE make your lawn. Park Addltmn‘ 4-29-54 2t" All-StGEl Sanitary CO‘C 395i and l‘ockeries; plant your flow- I FOR RENT: 50 acres good pas- Leather. bed daVenPCTt -------- »- 7-95 ers and shrubs evenings. 726 ture, well fenced and plenty of 5-pc. Dmettc Set. mahogany. s. First St. P—5-1. 5-30—1M. water. Very reasonable. J. F. top extensxon table ............ ..12.75. ,wvuvv'v'w W Stotsbery, Arcadia Road. Tvy. doubledeck bed spring... 8.75 Lumbermen’s Mere. i C0. Easter Loans “at— Lawful Low Rates $10-$300—confidential 5 to 20 months to repay UNDER STATE REGULATION , Columbia Industrial Loan Co. 4-24-is-3——-4t. FOR SALE: hand stump puller and cable. Also used fire brick. Grace Springer, Walker Park Addition. 4-29-5-1—2t. FOR SALE: 3 yr old male toy Pekinese, friendly, from regis- I tered purebred stock. Geo. Dun- vv'vvv V VVVV vvvvvvvvmcv 1941 BUICK 4 door Sedan, low mileage, fully equipped, substantial discount. 1940 Buick special coupe. Used Cars i l l Lots of extras. New car guar- $ . - -. antee. only _______________________ u nlng, phone 181 J. 4 29 1t- 1939 Chevrolet master DeLuxe 4- EGG PRICES INDICATE ’41 door sedan. Exceptional throughout. ........................ I 1937 Ford ‘85’ 2 dr. sedan.$395 Low mileage, very good... 1937 Pontiac 6 Coupe. PROFITS. Chicks have better chance when fed FISHER'S ; SAVETIME CHICK MASH. I Helps build vigorous, profitable hens to meet increasing demands , New paint, htr. radio... for eggs. See Fisher dealer. 221 SecurlthBétli‘giDIAPhone 5362 1931 Ford Model A 2 door sedan; E New paint. motor and $ l ' . ftires excellent .................. .. S A 1.1 E . 1923 Ford Model A 2 door sedan.‘ . Looking For A lNew paint as new 7—used WOOd ranges" Then write one on Eaton covers .................................... .. ‘ from -------------- ” 9'50 to 49")0 Stationery. It’s socially 1928 Ford Model A Sport Coupe.l2_rebllilt Maytag VVaSherS 39'50 correct. iNew Paint ~— new $9 332:3: """"""""" " F1 top ...... ................................. .. , ,. ' DRUG STORE 11929 Olds. sedan. Average s i‘g‘gfizrgfiner ig'gg . as is .............................. .. l u """ " ' LARGE SIZE All ’41 state tested . . . ‘1—Laundry Stove """"" 12'50 ll—Gas automatic hot water Duplicating I BOB ERVIN l heater ..................... .. 2450 5th Sc Railroad—Ellison Motors 3 Used Dept. 117 Cota 5¢ Each Phone 94 2r 55¢ per dozen We also take orders for all klndsl of special“ ‘ PRINTED SAI ES BOOKS Our prices are as low or lower, you. THE JOURNAL BE POPULAR Give Whitman Chocolates. Love thrives on thoughtfulness, bring a box of Whitman’s Chocolates a—it’s the thoughtful thing to o 'FIR DRUG STORE LAWN MOWERS SHARPENED Keys made —— washing ma— chines repaired —— specialist in fine mechanical repairs and upholstery. Handy Man Shop I l l i Mason County Maps LARGE Mason County Township maps $1.00. Also maps 0; Olympic Peninsula, Puget Sound Country and State 50c to $1.00 The Journal l Bank Here Ready i To Sell Defense Bonds To People: The Seattle-First National Banki and its thirty—three branches throughout the State of Wash- ington, now are fully equipped to assist the government in financing its defense program, Joseph A. Swalwell, president of the bank“ announced today. ‘ i In order to give all Americani citizens a sense of taking a directi part in the defense of the coun—l try, the United States Treasuryl Department now offers for pub-l lic subscription three new series1 of United States savings bonds.‘ Swalwell said the National Bank, through its gov-, ernment bond department, direct- . ed by Morton C. Baker, has quali- 3 fied itself as all issuing agent forl one series to be known as United] States Defense which will be sold to mature lni ten Great emphasis is laid by the Treasury Department upon the importance of a new series of postal savings stamps as a means . of encouraging steady among the people of America, Swalwell said. The bank and all its branches will have a supply of .the savings stamps available for sale. , Two other series of Unitedi States savings bonds will be of— fered for public subscription and the bank is prepared to assist its , customers in making applicationl for these issues through the Fed- ,l eral Reserve Bank. Seattle-First 1 Savings Bonds, 5 years at face value. 1 savings 1 l l l l I YOU ARE COVERED for any ac- cident for $.25 per day. Longer time the rate is cheaper. Herb} Angle. 1 ,State of Washington Office of Super- ,TO WHOM IT MAY CONC ‘rights, from April 15 to October 1 ol’ ition and continuously ‘ SW1 ‘3 ‘ in thirty NASH BROTHERS WILL TRADE DeSoto Airflow: for equity in late model coupe? or sedan. Phone 169-J. évvv'wvvvv 'VV McG—4-22n5—13-6—6t i FOR SALE CHEAP: Master Town, Chevrolet Sedan 1936, good con-l oAAAA“MAmMAA“W- dition. Legal owner called for" selective service. Merlin O. Rick-l ards, 619 Arcadia. 4-24-29-5-1-3tl FOR SALE): USED FORDSONS.! Two good used Fordson Tractors ‘ equipped with magnetos. Reas-l your John ALDEN C. BAYLEY ATTORNEY AT LAW Title Insurance Building 0 Opposite First National Bank l enably priced. See Deere Dealer, BRADY GAR-' Phone 23 ' Shelton AGE, at Brady, Wash. Phone ' Montesano 13-R-12. . 5-1-6-8-13—-4t. INSURANQE News Brevities HERBERT G. ANGLE 0f Bleall’ Area: Office at Angle Building By Mrs. Gladys Irving Belfair, April 30. —— The Pino- chle card party Friday night at the school was well attended, and all had a grand time. Wednesday, the Ladies club held their usual meeting, April 30. A good crowd attended. The ladies of the Belfair Im- provement club are giving a chicken dinner Friday evening at the school. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Wilson and sons Clyde and Bill were week- end guests at the Jack Davis ELLIOT B. SPRING Accounting 1 Tax Services Bookkeeping Systems 123 4th St. Phone 565 MT. MOBIAH LODGE h I, No. 11 _F.&.A.M. ome. Mrs. Cl'osswhite visited Mrs. Next Regular Communication Joe Bulduc on Tuesday. “AV ,0 ' Mr. and Mrs. Al Ori visited the Glen Harris home Tuesday M' H- NEEDHAM night. Worshlpful Master Mr. and Mrs. Glen Harris, Mr. L, Arr land Mrs. Alfred Emmert, and Secretgl'y. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Allen and son, Dean, of Olympia, picnicked at Taylor’s Bay near Longbranch' Sunday. The occasion being Mrs. l Emmert’s birthday. I Oms Koff is enjoying a visit from her mother from the East. WITSIERS FUNERAL HOME Licensed Embalmers W. A. Witsiers, Prop. Phone 180 - ~ Shelton. Wash. LEGAL PUBW| NOTICE Mrs. Gordon Orr, Mrs. Chas. Beck and daughter Marjorie and Mr. and Mrs. Sam Herrick called Tuesday at the Irving home. 0F W'ATER RIGHT APPLICATION NO. 5430 visor of Hydraulics, Olym in. RN: . Notice is hereby given that Fred l - Ferris. Lewic Peterson. Lester Bienel: Wava C.ros§wmm “sued. Mrs' and Mary Louise Stinel' of Sheltontlfilln Harms saturday evenlng. State of Washington. under date 0t. Thursday, Mrs. Frank Moon and April 25, 1941, filed with the Statel Supervisor of Hydraulics, Olympia, Washington, an application for a per— Mrs. Henry Rooud of Union vis-' ~ited the Davis home. .mit to given the publlfi’l waters of at; Mrs, Chas_ Irving, Mfrs, Jack lunname stream. in e amoun‘ o .- v . . 0.2 second foot, subject to existing DaVlS and Mls' Closswmte Called on Mrs. Glen Harris Tuesday. Mrs Betty Curl visited over the weekend in Seattle. Mrs. W. Baldwin visited Mrs. Lucy Foster Monday of this :week. Its garden time, and nearly all who have a garden space .are planting gardens, ‘ A birthday surprise party was each year for the purpose of irriga—i for domestic! supply: that the approximate point oi'i diversion is located within NEW; oil of Section 18. Township 21 N.. Range 4 E. W'.I‘d.. in Ill-neon County. A map showing the location and plan of said diversion and the place of, the proposed use is on file 1n the‘ office of the State Supervisor 01‘ Hyd— raulics, Olympia, VVcshinglon. together with such other information as is re— quired by law- I given Mrs. Alfred Emmert at her Wfigisy; fizfipnmfimfie n jugpgfigx‘atlon 'home at Peek Inn on North Shore , r i , l ‘ly af— .,. fected by said application may file'road' M‘S' Glen Harms. and Mr'. Emmerts mother and Sisters and with the State Supervisor of Hyd— raulics, at Olympia. \Vashington, such some friends were there to help objections or representations, in writ- l celebrate ing. as he may desire to make, with-l ' (30) days after the date of‘ OI’ MARRIAGE LICENSE gastmplublicaiion. which date is May ' ' . . ' ' F Jordan 24 Fort Witness my hand and offlmal seal . Wlmam ' . . this 28th day of April, A. D. 1941. Worden, and P8311 Janet Dime“. dl (SEAL) 21, Port Ludlow, applied for a CHAS. J. BARTHOLET. State Sum o-l~i§—~-2t. . , . .w imarriage liceHSe at the audltOr’s X‘Vluol of Hydraulic” ‘office here Waay‘ ,