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Shelton Mason County Journal
Shelton, Washington
May 15, 1941     Shelton Mason County Journal
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a... .L.. SI IELTON—MA SON COUNTY JOURNAL ,c,, , , ... ._ (““d J I Pic FICKENS ILL Shelton hospital vesterdav for ' nd. 1' Melting. advertising malr medical attention. L umbermen‘s Mercan- ’WaS admitted t0 . Journal \‘lant—Atls—l’hone 100 Teacher Dies At Puyallup Home l l Deathadded another to long roll of early residents of Shelton in the passing of Mrs. Anna Vogtlin at Puyallup Wed- nesday after a brief illness. Two weeks before she visited her sis- ter, Mrs. Mayme Taylor, in her last illness, but was unable to attend the funeral. Mrs. Vogtlin’s funeral will be held at Puyallup Saturday at 1 o’clock. She is survived by three sons, of Bremerton and Sidney at home, and her two brothers, Allie and Fred of Shelton. A son George, died in 1917, and her husband in 1919. 1 Annie Frances Bell Vogtlin' Was born in Malone, N. Y., July 17, , 1866, and came to Shelton in 1888, ‘ following her sister Mayme, who came in 1886 and served as an ‘ early teacher in the school. , were followed in 1890 by Allie and Fred Bell and their mother in 1890. Annie served as Shelton .postmaster in 1891-2, when the office was located in the old Ma- sonic Hall, was married to George H. Vogtlin, trainman and county ‘sheriff, in 1893, and the family ‘moved to Puyallup in 1908 to fengage in berry farming. She will be pleasantly remembered by and her family. 0' SAIICE lActivians Busy Gents, Nowadays; Much Going D aollEB -' city) NE WEEK—STARTING MAY 19TH Auspices ElllGAll tract .14 RIDES SHBWS of Shelton’s Activians these days. Foremost, of course, is their weekly dance Saturday night at the Blue Ox. This week a ten— piece orchestra has been contract- ed to supply the music. Activ- ians hope followers of the terp- sichorean art respond in large numbers for this week's hop. Also on Saturday comes the annual District One spring con- vention, this year at Olympia. It 'has a two-fold interest to the Shelton club because it brings to an end the district inter-club vis— itation contest which Shelton was leading at last accounting and which provides a handsome trophy for the winning club, and the same convention will determine whether the next district govern— or will be Shelton Activian Paul Marshall. He has been nominated by the local club for the office. Tonight the Shelton Aetivians The Gay Way To Fun . n ., FREE Attractions natyl inter-club session held at the Old Mill at Hoodsport at which size- MAKE IT 2. DATE! Shelton send, Bremerton and were also in attendance. ., . Sitcocktailz cans ________ .1 57¢ PICKLES QT. ________ .5 .... .. 19¢ DRESSING QT. JAR ______________ _. 19¢ FIG BARS 830 21...; ________ 19¢ Shortening FORMAY or CREAMWHITE 49¢ Lettuce Zhds. Sc New Spuds lO-lb. 25¢ LARGE ARIZONA Grapefruit (I02. 290 WINESAP 387*? Apples 7-Ihs. 250 FRESH, FIRM .‘ ‘ 2-I‘b. 17¢ EGGS Grade ‘A' Large 319? Kraut Ige. can I 00 3-Ibs. 1 '1 A Mr . , KELLOGG’S ...5 - Rice Krispies A _________ ________ BUTTER -. LARGE LOCAL 1% E lilCLllllBERS losr the Hollis of Yakima, Arthur! They ‘ i all older residents who knew herl Seldom will make their final inter-club Week E ualed Aets visit in the contest, going to Ho- ’ q People quiam to dispose of Pete and Re—I e er - peat, the guinea pig pair origina— - MI” N V11 d Entertalners ted by the Shelton club as an ‘1‘ Exce e inter-club visit stimulus many . " ‘ months ago. Pete and Repeat F “came home" last night when I I, _ . ' Port Angeles brought them to an able delegations from Port Town-. GAME AND LEAGUE l LEAD 0N HARBORI Aberdeen Wins Ten-Inning Ver-E dict, 3-2; Olympia Re- i mains Unbeaten S.W. PREP BASEBALL rf ra ; Olympia .................. .. 55 11 SHELTON _ 1 65 201 ; Aberdeen 4 36 42 ' Hoquiam 4 24 44 Elma ........ .. 5 37 52! ,Montesano .............. .. 1 5 14 62} l Scores Tuesday Aberdeen 3, Shelton 2 (10 inn.) Olympia 5, Elma 4 Hoquiam 9, Montesano 0 Game Today Montesano at Shelton Games Friday Elma at Hoquiam Aberdeen at Olympia Games Tuesday Elma at Shelton Olympia at Hoquiam Montesano at Aberdeen 1 l l l l l l l I Shelton lost its league lead, its! {undefeated conference status andl :a ten-inning 3 to 2 ball game at Aberdeen Tuesday afternoon when the Highclimbers didn’t have any lluck with their bludgeons. The defending league champions gathered only five safe hits off Southpaw Ralph Thomson and at discouragingly frequent moments! l-lighclimber line drives fell into Bobcat fielders‘ hands with run- lners in position to score. Even at that the champions l l l i nlwould have come through with a War and is said to have been l3 to 2 victory of their own but Lots of things occupy the minds ‘ for a decision at home. plate which its long existence. robbed them of a score in the eighth inning. Everybody in the ball park but the umpire thought Ken Fredson had slid in safely ahead of the throw from the out- field, but the ump’s single vote was what counted. That decision nipped a rally which had produc- ed the only two runs scored by Shelton. . I Free Transportation Hurts | Two innings later Ralph LeDrew' issued a costly walk to Ray Per- cini, Bobcat third sacker, who went clear to third on a sacrifice bunt and scored the winning run as Hank Sliva rolled to secondl base. I A walk to the same Percini wasl likewise costly in the first for} Catcher Les Barry produced al single with two away which let the Bobcat runner score the first run of the game. The pestiferous Percini scored | again in the third when he singled and stole his way to third, from where he tallied on an infield out. Promising Rally Nipped Warren Woods opened the High- I l I single and Earl Lumsden was hit. Fredson's one-baser sent Woods home and a couple of walks forc- ed Lumsden across. Then came the umpire’s bit of piracy and that rally was squelched. Olympia went into sole posses- sion of the league lead and kept its undefeated record in confer- ence play with a hard-earned 5 to 4 decision over Elma. Hoquiam conquered Montesano, 9 to 0, when Frank Gayda tossed the second no— hit, no-run game of the year against the Bulldogs. Ward Rockey of Olympia previously had held the Bulldogs hitless and runless. Today the Highclimbers were climber rally in the eighth with a, journal Editor Sees EX-Shelton Folks in Florida Jacksonville, Fla, May 3rd. Arrived here tonight after a' 250-mile run up the coast. I called up Maurice Kinsey at Fern- andina and made plans to go up for a visit with the former Shel- tonites there. Sunday morning I went to Fernandina and spent an hour with him in the pulp plant which is larger and being ten or twelve years younger is more modern than the Shelton mill. It is a model of efficiency and is spick and span in painted inter— ior and points of show. Had the: pleasure of dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Kenzie and their young sons Charles and John and daughter Ann at their beach home facing the Atlantic. We had a sort of reunion of Shelton folks who are now at the Rayonier plant here.‘ I also met Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Ashford, their daughters, Marian! and Barbara, and mother Mrs! Ashford, of Olympia who arrived? last week for a visit. Mr. and Mrs. La Chance and children, Mary, Ellen and Leon and also visited John Kiely who married a Jacksonville girl and has a, young son, John, Jr. Dr. Parr-ott! was here on a flying visit from Shelton and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Mc- Gill of I—quuiam are also living here. All the former Sheltonitcs wish— ed to be remembered at Shelton and are all quite contented and prosperous in Florida. The day l l was pleasant and on the way I back we visited Fort Clinch. which dates back to the Civil under six different flags during In fact Fernm andina vies with St. Augustinei as the oldest settlement in Amer— ica. Some of its earliest build- ings still remain. The fort is a museum with many old relics. It is in fair state of preservation as it never had a battle. The walls and emplocements are mas— sive for overhead guns. Below is a maze of tunnels and arched rooms which would puzzle an great thrilling ...4 -_...v .Carnival IS Slated IHillcrest Improvement For Appearance . Here Next Week Sponsored by the Fred B. VVi— vell Post of the American Legion, a showing of the American Uni- ted Shows will be held in Shelton next week. According to the show's advance agent, the carni- val will be located on the Trem- per block, opposite the new gym- nasium. According to Mr. Charles Ma- son, general agent, this year's American United Shows is one of the finest he has ever handled. “The feature of all features this year," Mason declared, “is the circus free act which is staged nightly by the Flying LeClares. The LeClares, a three-man troupe, are nationally known as one of the best flying— return acts of today, doing some of the most difficult stunts known, such as back somersaults, two and one—half spinner and many others,” Mr. Mason explained. Nine thrilling rides, six side shows, concessions and many free acts make up the tented city. The American Legion is inviting all fun loving people to take in the show. Bliiltlgogey Tourney For Golfers Sunday A blind bogey tournament will comprise the Sunday competition for Shelton’s golfing clan this! coming weekend. with play to! open at ten o'clock. All golfers are invited to par- ticipate. Prizes for the victors, will be awarded. (lrapev—iethii—stice» , Runs Afoul Of Law Drunken driving charges sworn) out by Police Officer Andy Ham, sen cost Ben Booth, justice of the peace in Grapeview precinct. $50 and court costs and revocation of his operator’s license for one year when arraigned before Just tice M. C. Zintheo this morning. The arrest was made last night. architect of today. It is nearing train time and I am leaving for New York and Washington, D. C. for a few days before turning west. I expect to reach, Shelton about May 15th. —vGRAN'T C. ANGLE. Journal Editor Is Home Again After Long Tour The Journal editor returned home Wednesday after a month’s absence and some 14,000 miles of travel by rail, bus and steamer, and willing to settle down and stay put. The trip was around at- tending the annual convention of the National Editorial Associa- tion at Jacksonville, Florida, hu- morously termed the National Eating Association, since its time on after-convention tours is de— voted to eating and seeing the country. Having enjoyed about 1200 miles of around Florida, see- ing all its sights and highlights, with nightly roosting in its swan— ky, hotels, we have forgotten more than most tourists ever see in that great state. After a three day trip to Havana and seeing that end of Cuba, brief stops at Fer- l '\ 7V7! Pagt I<l\t, feight o‘clock in the Bordeaux . lschool building, club officers re~ Club Meeting Monday‘ported today. 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"Sims,’cf .......... .. 4 o o 1 0 0 m—M .FELS NAPTHA Nicholas, 1b 2 0 1 13 0 0 , .Thomson. 11; . g} 3 (2) g (1) g Bourland s To Hold, SOAP Peterson, ' . . t, Ficele, rf ...... .. 4 0 0 1 0 0 Washes clothes cleaner Totals ...... .. 34 3 6 30 9 F d in less time With four valuable prizes to bei , $155212" SS ma: '1 '1 p: : SIgiven away, Bourland's 20th Cen- 2 BARS .......... 1 Lumsden 4 1 0 11 0 03 tury Food Store on Hillcrest, will (Fredson 'cf ____ n 4 0 2 3 0 oihold a big Spring Food Festival.l .Latham' c _____ H 4 0 0 8 2 0 ,i The event will begin Friday, May‘ McComl') 21, 3 0 0 1 4 1=16 and run until Saturday, the, LeDrewyp ...... —-§0103324th PRODUCE VanOverbeke. 1f 0 O 0 H walbergg)’ rfw : 3 (1) I 3 3! Bonnie Best Dill Pickles... 2l/2’s 13¢ Fresh From the Farm-- Pierce! """ " Campbell's Pork & Beans 23-oz.3/29¢ 0 lgzg‘fipg """"" i 3 8 § 8 o R A H A Campbell’s Tomato Soup-m 3 for 22¢ . . . . . . lb. Totals 35 2 5*28 11 1 Rock Dell Black Pepper.” 8-02- 15¢ Firm, Ripe t hen winnin run was __________________ ._ 12—oz. 9¢ . *0? °“ w g THEATRE Lama cats“? 4 ,b k 45, ORANGES,1ge. Slze .... ._ (102. 29, 50°” ‘ Short score , Fluffo Shortening ...... .. - .p g. GRAPEFRUIT 10 for 29¢ Shelton ............ .. 000 000 020 0—2 SHELTON- WASHINGTON Bonnie Best Geltine Dessert .... .. 4e ........ .. hits -~ 001 010 120 0‘5 Albers Corn Flakes .......... .. 8-02. 5¢ Aberdeen .. 101 000 000 1—3‘: Two shows ovary "lam snow White Marshmauows 12_°z 10¢ _ ea. t hits ...... __ 11.1 100 001 1_6' Startlng at 7:00 P.M. , Local Matinee 2:15 p.m. Saturday I SUMMARY: Sacrifice hits and Sunday 1 i t A A NEW POTATOES... 10-lbs. 23¢ Burr 2, VanOverbeke, Fredsole. Adm.. 10¢ and 25¢, plus tax 1 No 1's . batted in—Fredson, Sliva ,l (State 2¢; Federal 3¢) ! . ' lggi‘lfy. Struck out Thomson 5,‘ I Aer‘o'wax“""” pts' mtg?“ 33¢ ................ .. 2 dOZ. lLeDrew 7. Walks —— LeDrew 5, O. K. Laundry Soap -~ °' 1‘ :Thomson 3- Hit batteTTLumsden‘ Last Time Tonite Fa"9° 3°39 Grams 24'“ ""t . . . . . . . lRuns responsible for—~LeDrew 2, A H Sal Soda ____________ _. 2%."), 39; ‘ mm“ 2' OUT” Salton. woodwork Cleanser qt- 60¢ LOCAL RADISHES .... .. bun. 1¢ BLACK Kingsford Gloss Starch ........ .. lb. at: GREEN ONIONS ______ __ 2 bun 5¢ lLoggers Tackling t Conrad Vela Strong Rochester _and_ DRIFTED SNOW a... Fancy ' Runeber s Sunday Enriched FW “:1?” “£52 M°"°"s LARD wx pure as l g “MARYLAND” b k $1 64 of 3-9-... SALT Th th 0 from a small ' sac """"""" H cans of Fresh! Pure! 0’ 3y 0 me I Walter Brennan pow wow town, the Rochester Runebergs, who form thft sunfiay opp0:ifii9ni 4 z-lb. for the She on oggers is “ o 9, _ . O I weekend may turn out to be of {I lb' Sk'”‘85¢ pkg, ib' town ability. 4 _ . ................................ .. I IfIZVith Lloyd Nelson to man the rrlda’y saturday “ Rochester mound chores, the ,, lRunebergs present a stiff hurdle ROAD SHOW ! CERTO DEAL , for the best of independent dia— , M Imond aggregations in these Part5» “mph” anlg‘.‘ '— Cam'e l BUY 2 BOTTLES .... _. 39¢ “I”! No, “on: I Elma townies a" '5 . GET 1 BOTTLE .......... .. 03¢ ‘ Nelson set the down, 4 to 1, last Sunday and 'that’s the same team the Log- gers had trouble beating, 10 to 4, three weeks ago. The Loggers and the Rune- bergs take to Loop Field at two ' JEL KWICK, Fruit Pectin 2—8-02. bots. B a. H LIQUID PPECTIN 3—8-02. bots KERR REGULAR LIDS Per pkg. Sun. Mon. Tues. .“CHAD HANNA” Henry Fonda —— Dorothy La— mour -— Linda Darnell l o'clock next Sunday for their“ game. A switch in games was made to set the Rochester con— test for this week and the Logger i trip to Elma the following Sun— I_I 25¢ 25¢ 9¢ BOURUIND’S Plenty of Parking Space HILL TOP S0. HIGHWAY Phone 29