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Page Eight HSHELTQNy—MASQN COUNTY JOURNAL. , c c , p , , Thursday, May Shelton Mali Bumps ‘ EX'SheltOH Gm ’ ‘ MASON CLEANERS WIN WOMEN’S VESTEWART SWIPES IN.1.B.C.Buckous Icouiinuauco Wins In , Mam N,.,,,__fl,.,,.iy I Tax. Refund Action I " A former Shelton PIN TiTLE; INEZ DODDS STARS: MOST HGNGRS IN 2 Shelton Teamsi Home GuardUnit ——-~—— n l Olympia. April 297 The supreme Charley Baker, who left llt‘l‘l) . l v.4.--e a... l 7‘ ‘ ,4. ., ., e, . .,.- , ‘7," “ '— ' «in_ ,)‘,-.‘\. 'i ade‘ IFinnlStandil‘gs; Quality Cleaners and Old Mill , i Tournament time arrivos this: Stildll‘EEElCmut Oldered the. state'today to , {XII}! binqu l:i‘l\t}l.lll:ll\1. if)? \‘V. L. Pct. went into their final night match: weekend {or Shelton bowlers with" _-_ r. V n pay Rziyonicr Li!C., and the Crow ll I nil. writes xii-s. will?! fi‘,l.§:‘, “lolgiri‘l, 'md lhuégfind paid ,, Allison Cleaners .... ,. .46 ~14 .511 with a chance to tie for the title‘ ‘ i.teanis wearing tlle spaiigles of: Donne Brodie, Shelton attorney, Zonerbach corporation $161.47}; in i the Delia}: “(nicked at “:DE‘Wtdlil‘ .o.‘ ‘ 6f mp, birth :)f the“. l Forrest Gardens ...... .45 45 .500 3 if either could make a clean sweep, i i the Mason County laundry ti'ek- * was named yesteran as (chairman refunds for fuel 0.11 taxes pmd by a, fow‘ Aomb ‘5»? “110] £1?”le +70" wéflnescmy II, Quality Cleaners. 7:5 45 .580 but they eliminated themselves by L Star Leads Individual Ave“ I king Off to Portland to engage in lot a. committee to 71k iilco ti; , the two Companies. The (mm-t ; to stretch his ‘90:: Lbs); inf filliel ( Erwin nickjosr ($73 Old )iill ,,,,,,,,,, .. .44 46 .489 ,dividing the first two tilts. The, ‘ '4 f," M . u he annual l‘lorthwust lnternn- pOSSlble place the iii-1 (luau , held the money could be paid out : fore he had gone, inntieci :7 r d . ‘ v l I 3gb" By de rgmi 3’5 t‘ l "1 7 C ’ "' “ :can take in national o and i r ,~ u _ feet he Signed up 3“ a lob (iu‘thQ had sale High Scores Quality girls then captured the Most Pins Biggest clona 031111., ongiess. Y I No F *2‘ p of a 1939 appropnatlon m “,2, ' ' 1 t} “‘1‘ Id twinge” f0!) two years Game-Inez Dodds 252. gthird one by 25 pins to tie for: '3‘Game’T0ml The men's team, composed offithe feasibmtj" 0‘ Cm‘mm“ thc‘OOOvOOO Wthh expires “>ch Statf‘rfirén?’ Swat“ on a ,n’gmgfle ' . TOtD.lA-—IXEEZ odds {second place, leaving the Old Mill,‘ ~___ Ron Doc-Ids, I_ H. “rogdg. Hm , local unit. “Auditor Cllff 170110 had IvaUSed to 2 Allcllolage. A nan... ..nc is un—, «M 'h - gh't, l », l i... r. . I. . F . n4- «- W- I Mr. Bvrnes bI‘OU ' ‘ "'r ~ - . . v. Way. . v - afln I i, , . y. . . . _Q., umstiiwtml .‘l .\ ,mn . . > l'isght Gown {0 ill" “Hill f1 amC league leaders pmbably 1011561 3 It was haydly a surprise to any. Smith, Clilf Reader and P: . I yestelluy s meeting. cmantel. ‘ make the .efunds on the grounds l . I i, i ' . - v» . . . - - I v ' 'i . var bae' full of the 01" the final £13m?! 05 the SChGQUIe than any Other team dUY'mg the b d lw f'~ n t 1' t‘ ~ U . Carlson. With Percv Funk as (ix-i bv inlayor William Stinelison, l tnele “(15 :10 apploprlatlon avall- ‘ V~hloh 1‘5 0’} CO?“ 13198 and Vlfiually h . '0 id tn - h. 0 y Wu“ “RI a ‘5 1C5 0“ l” i N - . V... o i . w {in}. U (3w. ti. . 1' - t}. paw lrear-lleo by railroad fiom Seward, > l-Oopltdl and pdl . Monday “It?” tho “01710315 b0“"l‘350350ny "1 the basement 1“ t ‘— late City league bowling season tra man, Will bowl in the com- County Commissmnels lto ur v are. n t. “owing 1: my, d. t« . b? t 130 mm“ as vomw couple with, “‘3’ Icague Champions”? hung “111.1131 Stalldlngs With the 0111Y.revea1ed Bab°stpwart the Lum_ mercial division of the big meet, 'I‘renekmann and Vincent Paul. i onler company Will receive $62,521 ,IS a?“ Ojd a 1 , firgéhi’ ‘dnuafitoc were pict , the balance, but at that critical deficit in won-and-lost records of barren.“ Mercantile wérkhome as rolling in the team “Tut Sam” ‘ Sheriff Gene Martin Deputy- Shel--3 am, Crow Zena-bad] $98,954. 1. is no on 10 iobu at s e . p 1.3qu News: ‘ juncture the Mason County DYE/131137 0f the four league teams- At the bégfi individual pip cxrackel’. in day and the doubles and singles Eff Fred ll‘ickson, County Eilgin—IA runs- ' MM' _ ‘" i Cleaner girls, paced by pin shat- 1 that the tailenders were only two: events Sunday. ,091. Art “78rd, pros“, :01. Frank . . . i the circuit {or the 1940-41 sea‘ ,, , bring Inez Dodds, put on the,games behind the champions, so‘ The Mason Ccunty Launch." Housmn. Haamman MOVE- Gm- women's team will consist of Lie-z hmt and Brodie. was r'illlo“ to de— i l _ . I son. Hrs -, . er ed with a r’()— (close was the race. The mdl-; , , We ’ 'me ard om g V ‘ ‘ , Stewart easily led the :ndiVidual , .- w , v ‘ i o - l» . «‘h‘ “7. n+1." H; r‘ {\r (m pin maigln and the championship. I “dual scores. V . ‘averageu with 19% pins I)” game Dams, :velyn Smith, “C I u_ tenmnc \i he, .c. elicits t) litp U? to that point the Mason aQual. (lean (2) . Old Mill (1) i, n -' ,v b. , a A, , H “X r); fix me Home Guard lumimmm: and ‘V 1 - , . , m two abow 1,1,; c.1051.“ pursuprs 1L, Mama Wood, a..cl L bit I Lt£l . , . Cleaners and Forrest Gardens-1 had; Handicap 180, Handicap ..i9 ,Mark Frej‘mf ‘m'd I? trey” son with Ham] Farrier as spam organized are \V'Ol’th‘fl'lillc. \ battled pin—for—pin, dividing their 3H. Ferrier §I3I 7.McCorlkey 15681190 qtmtvzlfz all” cofne’il'jd 'tgc.und Wm bowl the name dang m. The committm, to work with . a first tlvo ‘lmes and had dom ;T. Stevens .199 M. Kubik -i19 r "’ , .‘ p‘” ‘ I . wann. u ..u. . .. $1,. . . ..M.) W, W, .f l. . q. 0. 3.. g. . _ *1?ij my q‘ tP ‘1, d “if ‘ CHM,” 380 , greatest numb“. of plus for the l the “Cullch ,, monument Ll..il.:.i— . ilrocllc 0.1 the research i., o i _ .fi ( . gm W f mamth S“ “.w'flnffit‘fJW 1}!" n :93; 09¢) season 16 397 falling before mu I merit. Iall who attended } st l itieet- I a! £34 . [ ' "‘3' 0"‘3131‘3 “rm” 910"“ 0’" l J“ “‘e"‘3y ‘J‘ ‘ v E. ,,.'. ,I I .I‘ °. ,’ ., I, I >__V_~"W “my my, )lus William Com?) WW8“ blow in the final and (ls-titling ‘K. Allen 404‘M. Stewart 4015 I “tum”? Sightms 0-} tvflb 1‘0 PUJVI , 1‘ “I by 1“ I M1, is» . «a o . mt 171618 '7'"; 2-;-.-1‘707 76:» 7“ 21,04 ‘ et, and was one 0: live keg‘elel'sl . ‘ lHome Quail. 30mm.“ e1, .o.. , Hyman 5;”. met (liar ‘- 1; COIL-t “1&1,” 61““, (g), 1;", st (f) who never nnSScd a game all sca- l NC‘W Commander For iEliason, American Legion post; mm" 0‘: S ‘asmone “3”- mr a” I' "1" I ' " . . . ‘, i ‘oommander County Commission—l i' game was more than the garden; Handicap 15GI Handicap 9:2,?gm/r‘rqhfi IEEIJIWEIL filing: TOTake Over 0!. Fred Fiemis Jr” Ed Fan?)th i ,' girls could match and so the clean— {E Smith 3871B. Peterson 42.5 'W i 1 L 503. «in 1 i I l , . ,» , ,. J1,” (r gals carted off the trophy. Mrs. ‘B. W’dw’rth 268:0. LaBarr 423 Durand and P11” Baylcy- Tomorrow night’s regular semi-i gsiigenfnzf (lg-Si— : ' Doilds loci both dLvisions of thelM. Wood 400jM. Brewster 409 One other honor which Stew- monthly meeting of the V.F‘.VV.id er afihe ghdfmi PM“: individual scoring for the night II. Doddzl 5293M, l')urarid 342 art gobbled up was that of post- post, to be held at eight o‘clockiofiijr ‘1';‘mg The” CO; mime Wm, H for 1101529 total was: high as well IJ. Starwich 495?. Staley 469 ing the highest three-game total in Memorial Hall, will mark theihgm”i up ‘g‘métmc. ’ne‘ct‘ VV‘ednesdavs as that 202 single game. “783 690 762 22 5712 705 742 2159 of the year, a tremendous 695 first session of the post at which: x Verb” ,lt 73,6” ,1, Jam 001,111.05“; I A,“ m __.-.._ _~-- ._~ AM—A—A—w- -»-m-,sp1u1-ge, but that was only seven I the new post commander, Art;u “ ‘ l” ‘ ‘U ' ‘,,I Ibetter than the 688 Paul Frcdson Mackey, will preside in his ownl In the mewtlmecnem MOWF‘l/Ef -fashioned for second place. Paul right. Ischeduled Home Guard meeting, :also had the ten-frame score of. Ihas been cancelled ' M. H. MEN a :5 l ithe year, a 279 effort, with Bud : I _Forbes taking second in this divis- lips 6, Jacobson 6. luns scoredi 8 ion at 265. ' off--.phu1ipg 2, LeDrcw 1’ Jacob—lTraCl{ Team G008 TO I In the team SCOng‘ leISlOn, sen 9, White Runs responsi-I Chehalis Saturday; 0' ” Y] \‘lh I'.‘ ’\ if“ Paul Fredson’s Cammurano 11.1... W formphimps I. 1&me of WW" With Nationally Adm. tlutd lines of up walked off with 'top honors in Jacobson 4, white 1, Struck out: Coach Walt Hakoia takes his ib9.t.h twinian and 'io‘lltfame “as” ”"thlPS 6. LCDI‘C‘W 4. Jawbsen " Highclimber track squad to Clie- ,sxllcatlons With respective totalslz, White 2. Walks-~Jac0bsen 1,111,311}; this Saturday to participate CLOTHING I0{ 1045 and 2955- The Lumbel" White 2. LeDrew 1. Stolen bases ~ first dual meet (tum )etition S d. M. 11 ‘S'hy Ewan. 2' 3i ‘5”; l ,c .o-" .coe‘ an veree i. “H dy, (1y Ewhile Driskel Hardware’s 1026 ~———~--~—— ' W game was second best in that icategory. Although the Cams finished Lovely NOW Cardb asecond to Paramount Theatre in 'the final standings, the bottle-rs & [nevertheless toppled the most I pins of any team during the sched- Iule, 71,004, with the L. M. run- ll'llllg‘ second at 69,434, and Pam- mount trailing in third place at MAKE MOTHER’S Come True With A Portrait of Yourself HATS Pictures & Framed Mottoes .................. .. 25¢ ,68 531 ‘ , . . Th ' ‘ 'd : Specmny Wrapped Gifts ------------ -~ 15¢ t0 93¢ I Stewiirtnéllfllggl; $5356? ...169; EVERYTHING FOR MEN I I i I I l I I I I I I ‘ . I i I I i I I I I I I I I I i I I IM. Fredson 190 Reader ...168 One Beautiful A. Ferrier looiMackey ...168 lals Special Shipment of Cactus Worm ------ 489 Dotson ------ "167' h IMemck ---- J86 1‘ H- Woods 167 1 At 12 R' ilro (1 Avenue former location of P to g Daniels ...... ..186 , Sergeant .... ..167 I 5 d’ a i... a1thoug IP. Eredson 184lScott .......... ..165 . , gh 0fthe Shelton Souvenir Potted Cactus 2:398:11 -------- 1 §kefijfiu; ----- fig: POI‘tl‘Ellt Hack S Jewelry Store hebHiiu i v . .4 I . 4--- e I 39¢ to 69¢ IK. F‘redson 179 Noblett ...... ..164 getd M. Ferrier 178IRoberts ...... ..163 nSon . I Allen ........ ..176 Fourre ........ ..162 est ( , Tucker ...... ..174 Studebaker 162] manies Elliott, Sr. ..174 Friend ........ ..162 . - turr cont 1 c c Aronson .... ..173, Elliott, Jr. ..162 ' “lg int. Durand .... ..173 Ferwerda .....160 m l V W. Sn’lgr’ve 172 l Ferwerda ..160 ' ~ arious n W i ‘ " Peterson ....171 Bayley ..158 , been Driskel ..171 McConkey ._..154 A , é. Proprietor Ontra \Voods ..170 Clark ..154 - e bid Cotterill ..170 N.Sn'1gr’ve 154 Sn Forrest ..170 McElroy ..152 and Shop p , Robinson ..,.170lMcGough ..._152 .. I“ .i _, ,7; I I; , Staiey ..170IG. Miller ....151 —— mitt, PAINT mess ARE LOW """"" b I I I SAVE BY BUYING NOW! Prep Baseball l by i .. v . 31 co. ' (Continued on Page Eight) . SET OF When the fur is through flying that 1 one's hopes for the 1941 diamond championship will be badly crip- ultimat pied, although not entirely killed. \: Both teams, to date, have de- amen ‘feated four league rivals and 3 int‘ SW haven’t even been pushed hard. Su Now their paths cross for the “1.5 first time and one is going home e in from that collision with some n T s be badly battered features. -— k t H Dis‘ The skirmishing starts at 3:30 ’ ‘j ‘3 cans c " V . , e with Logp Figld thetbgtie scene. 254i). bag 1 j: l- , Biggfiirgr , mgfh “1% The t lng own a real Tues-- l x; ‘ ,1 , 3" 7 v ‘ ' u st ; day was settled early~ when the! m V _. t,‘ (.rli'nntion. Federal, Pr-t x. ' -, NHX ~, it(3:; KNIFE HOLDER run ea a e en 0 e 11“ 'r- "m." ' ‘9», 2-113, 8-02, ./ I , inning by scoring four times in} M 12-oz. tins 3 for : pkg 33:35 the third after a lone tally m the I u 'k l he n mmt ': {a . en Se 1 all ¢ second had equalized for a first; A pm we ‘0 , , refer¥( inning Elgna‘ run' th ff m ', ! (‘lioice of popular brands ‘ ,. act: Pairs 0 runs in e ith and V. . W. mmmwwmmmwfmmofmfi sixth left the issue beyond all I me There’s *1 ksnfe her}: for every kitchen lob- doubt but the Highclimbers kept " ' . ll tnd camn panng,shcmg_,conpg£nut!Andev§fY inecking away for singleton tal- 2 d0z_ c I V I1ti oneo eseepmquahtycllcmgefdwdlmyfihup lies in each of the final three ' " ‘ ' I 0mm:x When 8‘01?“ “'1 this ban 0 e." .n‘ves frames. Catcher Ken Latham , Fresh Locals. special “A” large _ a. , _ ' . r " the'c ’1 pavfibeagphfifl'rosewood handles,tightly riveted once more produced the heavy end c k s 1 lb mu iminy uroumi w, 0‘ “‘a ‘3" of the offensive firing with three . - . as. v u " ‘ ms SE! Ills NEVER molt BEEN OFFERED AT THIS Low hits, closely followed by Ken Fred- I A new delicious butter cracker m 1 I a I Pm . IT NEVER IE AVAILABLE IT ""5 PRICE son and Jim McComb wlth two the red white and blue box v; / -07 mulm'omm-"mm" apiece. McComb sent four run-l ' ' i /2 ners across the dish behind his ‘—n ,3: E I timely blows. .' Libby's lore—oz. r \ Meanwhile, Sophomore Jess " 1‘1. Phillips fed the Eagles six strike- ' 3'1 i by outs in the six innings he worked 2 for c ', I , the 5 n:a.u.u.PAT-°I'F- 0n the Highcumber hill. While 1._Oz cum "1 bot. c lover-iimi-nt inspected prime steer beer living r2 Ralph LeDrew added another four Mid—Afi— I the lam in the last three cantos. The . i_ , , , 23 @418 “st Eagles/gathered only three. hits ctn. ,5; Sweet or Mixed—Libbys —oz. H i s o 1411.80,: If you’venevertriedDUCO,the“One-Coat ‘3'“ game‘ 3%” commg Off Ph‘n‘ps' , :1 Liam/’3 ".1 i lit . ,, . . . Two of their runs were unearned. memes, Chesterfield, Old Golds. Kool z . . Loan and man a, waxy,“ Magic \ename], tigmnnopportumtyyou Fielding honors went to First \l‘; “howl l won’t want to miss! You can have, Free, Sacker Flarl Lumsden, who made — e 2 for c i I, 'I‘Enera‘i‘y a full quarter-pint sample can of DUCO fixergofgége plays defensxvely. The Ch k {(1 mm 21” a , 0 . ,; gel. Fl . . . . .1 un 's. gra e or 1 i s. . l’ “ an‘e,simplyfottheaskinglGetyom-free Shelton AB 0 A E I Hi, , l, Shoulders p. I t(master DUCO tMalenlyonecan toacustomet. Woods, 55 ...... 4 2 0 0 3 0 "" c “i I v . I Lumsden, 1b 5 2 1 11 o o , , ';,‘ ~ V“ Fredson, cf 4 2 1 0 ol WM “12‘” I the, 01 l o Latham, c ........ .. 5 3 3 9 1 ol 7‘2 I ’5; Willie i. McComb, 2b 1 2 2 1 T t l *1-1‘ 0, fe.h ‘- i New Du Pont House Paint . 1 . . oma 0 me e rs . , ., ‘ h d Phrilllips, p .. 3 0 0 1 0 Libby's fancy—47-oz. g‘fll __27c ARWEOIIRas BACON 1b. asitol ,; Jo nson, 1f 3 0 0 0 0 0. ,311 . Wh‘, h,” "" " on, Pearce, 3b 1 1 o 3 2 0“ "T" '1 15¢ ‘w Graffe, c o o o o o 1 SLICED BACON ...... pkg. fl 2', Page, rf .1 O 0 1 0 0: . Morrcll’s lie-lb. pkg. - LeDrew,p ...... ..201000 ‘0 t , 3 Titanium Ox1de,the whitest paint Walburgery If H 2 0 1 0 O 0’ S e e a DIUTTON .... ,_ lbs ~ P‘Sme‘“ kn°w°’ make? ‘h°_“°w’ Totals .......... ..42 12 12 27 11 5 lb 17f, MUTTON STEW __________ __ lb. 9 es White DuPont House Paintwhiter at Elma AB o A E :5"... SWEET Orange 10-1115. 49¢ Asparagus 2- s 15; Q \ the start. Best of all, it stays whiter— Winders, C 4 1 1 6 0 0i Lge. Navels, swt. & juicy Long greenf, Sigmnter gi‘logvn . . .. lb. . othOiCe keeps your home look— gaggffs‘i)’: Pgilb -- i (1) (2) 3 g L Grapef’t. 10-le. 39¢ (gmllASIlT‘lvor(fasecirigél). I Km“ 3 1 b J u dun ms its befl’ long"! "G l. r ' H "lllllmlmflml Arizona seedless l has ‘30 ..i........... a MW 1,? 3f ,1, g 1‘; ,1, 3' “mm” L 23 3“, 19¢ SALT PORK lb 23 I .1 an ‘ayer' - I emone 3-lbs ¢ Asparagus s I """""""" " ' len I A ——.— 0 k . 1 52:2; i (0) 8 g 2fgf Sunkist. full of juice Kennewick ............. _. 3 cans gt Se ’Barger, 3b ...... .. 3 0 0 o s 15 Cucumbers... ea. 10¢ “mm” ting: Score by Innings 1 @ N ( ’6 Local GREEN ONIONS or 8h Sh 1t ___________ _ i . ew S uds IO-lb 2.). . - a1 3 ______ i3i__i§l Shatter Isl/hues W R‘l’dlSheS 3 for ;. .7 ..1 is..- \ ,V -- - J ‘ Elma ..100 001 00153 2.532335%; ' :f ‘ eqt‘ hits .............. ..100 002 000—. . I uh ‘ Ingham,2b. o o o 3 2': I ‘ ,. ‘83“: Totals ..33 3 3 27 14 4f r bu SUMMARY: 2-base hits—LumS-' v \ arr: ,- ‘den. Fredson, McComb, Pearce, s ,, . en Roi ' ' 6‘ ' *m'; " we ' 323%“: 1:23:38“? ’iugsé‘gf; Your Complete Department Store “Where Quality Meets Prlc w [6’01]! {A6 WONDER 0F CHEM'ST Y. Fredson, LeDrew, Walburger, An; L . derson 2. Innings pitched—Phil- \