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May 22, 1941     Shelton Mason County Journal
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SHELTON-MASON COUNTY JOURNAL Page Two Sheltonian Fined $10 !P0flatch On Drunkenness Charge R Y f Sh It , Scout Luncheon mes 01mg 0 e on “'35 n V N A . _ fined $10 and coV.s by Justice M. :inggly“ um P! Found l C. Zintheo yesterday when ar- , ., , ' ' raigned on’charges of being drunk l Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Carlson SUbSCI‘lpthH Rates. in a public place Young was ar_ , 1‘ drove to Walkm- 1tfmmtain on ’ BY MAIL: in Mason County (outside of Shelton city mail carrier districts) “ i ' , . t V - . ,_, . n, ‘ $2 per year; 0 months, $1.25; 3 months, 75¢. Foreign $3.51) per year. Postal restedf Migndfyflnlght by tDelélilty and Mildred “ ooduortl) éSIIJCflay'ltrile‘i‘V-hntshe i‘ regulations forbid residents of Shelton served by city mail carrier from, Sherif re ickson a e ~ . Potlatch, May 21. ~ The Pot-i Oflrweiving their Journal by nlail. carnival latch Gil-1 Scouts gave a luncheon: Tacoma were guests of min and A BY JOURNAL CARRIER: in Shelton, 25¢ per month (collected by carrier) 3 for their mothers on Thtlrsdav,lM1‘S‘ Gadley 01‘- Sundal'i :01. $2'50 1’” year m advancc‘ SilELTON-MASON EOUllTYlOURllAL Consolidated with The Shelton Independent l I I i a special invitation to the school children and their parents. Miss Esther Carlson wont to' Seattle Thursday evening to at- Entercd as second-class matter at the postol‘i‘ic‘e at Shelton, Washington By Elizabeth Hussman May 15th at the home of their; M1; and Mrs, Jacobson am Y ~ Published every Tuesday and Thursday afternoon I leaden Carrying out a Camping! daughter Doris spent Tuesday in] ~"-<'"‘:~--“~‘7"‘: “~— »~'=~-'-~-‘—:v— — motif, the table centerpiece was i Tacoma. I GRANT 0- ANGLE J- EBER ANGLE a miniature log cabin Girl scout! Mr. and Mrs. David Thompson; Editor Manager Camp, with individual tents as of Seattle were the We-ékendl v . . ,. . . , . - As the preparation or me guests of Mr. may. Mrs» Member °‘ hr‘rn‘.°:..“nmsrtitans. RESTORE PUBLIC CONFIDENCE At this most critical time in the nation’s his- ‘tory it is most essential that the people know the; [truth of the more important actions of their gov-! ,ernment and particularly those leading toward iactive participation in another world war. , Too much of what has reached the public ,for the past year is propaganda for the purpose! ,of influencing public opinion in one way or ant fiother, too much from alleged “peace” groups lwhich are more concerned in keeping America in a weak and helpless condition. ! It may be admitted that it is well that the] =people do not know the whole truth, but at least they should know more of the backgrounds of, every movement, and particularly the truth about i {the needs of government and the real efforts be-. ling made for defense, for after all they must pay; the bills and do the fighting. There is a quiet censorship of newspapers in, some needless directions, request not to publish: {certain news of preparedness, yet there are alien l agencies on evry hand which are on the inside and ‘furnishing to Hitler and Stalin more of our af- fairs than we know ourselves. For instance spies are in every war industry, jevery airplane factory and shipyard, every mill and factory, telling of our strength or weakness, ’ and adding to our misery by fomenting strikes in key places and practicing sabotage to set back. our progress. i The fact that a ship has been launched, or of 1 progress on other ships in the yard, of airplanes . , going out or progress on others, are taboo for 10-, 103.1 newspapers, y e t open to every passerby Music by Four Aces Gents 35¢ Ladies 10¢ l luncheon filled the cooking re— Thompson is MTS- Dal/'5 111009- at I ,. . . . , . . badges were presented to Eliza—“15‘th MTS- Slmmons famlly 1“ I o N Tompkins, iting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Eon Tuesday evening with Mrs.~ton spent Saturday evening and ness meeting, two tables of con- spent the Weekend h" Tacoma i x l mg to Mrs" Reader’ second hlgh I Sunday on Walker Mountain. Plans were made for a community . dred Woodworth Spent Sunday af_ ‘ 'I Mr. and Mrs. Newton had as Mr. and Mrs. Terry Pagel and l ‘ 'Mrs. Gordon Smith in Ashford. Terry Pagel home on Sunday. home over the weekend. GUARANTEED FINEST QUALITY } Annual production of sulphuric quirement for second class rank MF- and MTS. Neil Simmons andi beth Hussman and Mildred Wood- Puyallllp- The Potlatch Social Club heldlc‘ 17- WOOdWOTW s t d Jacobson and Mrs‘ Tompkins as Sunday with her parents, Mr. and l v a y ivisiting friends. to Mrs. Carlson. Mrs. Reader 211— Mr. and Mrs H. J. Hussman picnic at Tillicum Beach on June temoon visiting ML and Mrs. . “““"’ _“ a guest on Sunday Mr. William Full'Quart Bricks Teresa, and Mrs. Roy Asleson Mr. and Mrs. George Hindman I Sisters of Mrs. Pearce from WILCOX 10c STORE ltill.iiihenfiliiaéh‘lé?t2§§o$?§§ in Girl Scouting,' second clasdvson MiCkey. Spent the weekend worth by their Scout leader, Mrs. Rex Cornell spent Sunday vis- their meeting at the schoolhouse; Miss Lillian Briggs of Bremer' hostesses. After the regular busi- Mrs' G' Briggs Jean Briggs :‘tract were played, high score go-, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Hale Spent so received the gallbng goose" and daughter Elizabeth and Mil- 2, sponsored by the club, with Webb and family of Eldon. Kerr of Seattle. D E L I C I O U spent Tuesday visiting Mr. and of Rydcrwood were guests at the Seattle, were guests at the Pearce q t to the Census. l l ,washed Elsie Peterson and Buck Mackey in the other match. CHRISTIAN—SCIENCE workmen of alien sympathies. The lack of confidence among our own peo- any and every hindrance to Our “all out” effort to prepare for the sure trouble ahead; the failure to touch the real sore spots and spotters, and co- loperate with the real Americans who now realize {what we are in for. Our new Budget Depart- ment has been planned to meet the need of motorists who want to pay as they ride. We are ready to give you the easiesf credif in fown.No red tape—no de- lays. Your purchase of B. F. Goodrich fires and batteries will be installed while you waif! I THE SIREN FAILS T0 BLOW The failure of the noon siren to blow is a painful reminder to us all that the shops, railroad, logging camps and Reed mills are now taking a ineedless but enforced vacation because of strike orders, and that among us all we are kissing sev- eral thousand dollars a. day of good money good- bye never to return to any of us. Let us hope that l local industry will be moving again before another iweek is wasted. BEAUTY ATTRACTS PEOPLE AND MONEY This state might well take a lesson from what . a Florida does to add to its appeal for outside peo- .ple and money in the way of beautiful homes, parks, gardens, recreation spots, and the pleas- ant little cities all man-made which are oases in a vista of sand. ' Here on Puget Sound we have the natural \ [beauty of mountain, trees, flowers and perpetual greenery, but have done little to add‘to this ap- peal to strangers, perhaps because we have been so busy making a living that we have neglected .the best source of income and help, the tourist iwho might visit and stay. w I Neither Florida nor California can match our appeal for all-year climate without extremes, traction because of our neglect in making more of our natural surroundings. Shelton has. done something !other states there are miles of tree-lined streets ‘ andvpark strips, gardens and flowers, and the fine Ihomes that follow when all people get into the example and join in making a city worth seeing. EQUIP YOUR CARWITH EGoodriCh mas and BATTERIES -- AND PAY As You RIDE I0 GIEIIT IEIAII. "WI SERIIGE _ Al Huerby Motors Phone 16 PROPOSE ENORMOUS TAX INCREASE The new tax bill, as proposed by the Treasury, was a great deal stiffer than early reports indi- what it was to involve. r g In the lower and middle incom’e brackets, the neighborhood of 600 per cent. The bill also in- commodities. ey. It would hold down consumer purchasing ‘ Which would indirectly prevent materials needed First and Pine purposes. barred from gates, and known in detail to many, iple is due to the failure to do something about. comfortof living and particularly our summers,~ yet our cities large and small lack much in at-: in that direction 1 by landscaping fOur blocks of its main street with , flowers and IaWn, which is a good start, yet ini cated, and most columns including this one erred? on the side of understatement when forecasting; Treasury proposal would up income taxes in the} Volves a large number of excise taxes on variousl The tax bill would do more than raise mon-, power, which would be a bar against inflation, and‘ for War purposes being used for consumers’ goodsl Staley-Dofitsonl Team On Mixed Doubles Stage MIXED DOU BLES BOWLING ‘.V Dodds-Dodds ...................... ,2] 6 . Staley-Dotson ................. ..17 10 ‘ Barber~Snelgrove .............. .16 ll ‘ Durand-Durand ............... ..15 12 3 Skelsny—Skelsey ............... ..i~i l3 Allen-Aronson .......... .. ....14 I3 ' W'ood-VVoods . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .14 13 ‘ Kuhik-Ferrier ................... ..l3 l4 La-Barr-Roberts ................ .12 l 5 , Peterson—Mackey .............. ..]0 17 i Sutherland-Sergeant ........ .. 9 18 Smith-Smith .......... .. . ........ ._ 7 20 High Scores Men’s Game—-—-John Dotson 244. Men's Total—John Dotson 606.? Ladies Game —~ Pauline Stalcy 203. Ladies Total es Pauline Staley' 549. ’I‘eam Game ru Staley—Dotson 498. Team Total —- Staley-Dotson 1350. Pauline Staley and “John Doe" Dotson kept their flickering flame of hope for the mixed doubles bowling league title burning Tues- day night with a triple win from, Evelyn and Bill Smith, the tail- enders. Between them the Staley-Dot—j son pair captured every individual and team scoring honor for the night and gained a full game on the league leading Inez and Ron‘ Dodds lineup, which won an \odd game verdict from Dot LaBarr. and Pete Roberts to maintain its' four game edge on the field. With only two weeks of play remaining, the Dodds have a pretty secure grip on the title. The Staley-Dotson team has a mathematical chance of winning the crown yet, as does the Cora Barber - Ned Snelgrove combina- ,tion, but the latter suffered al {severe setback to its title hopes, Tuesday by losing by a white- wash margin to Merna Wood and I. H. Woods (when Miss Wood outbowled her masculine partner). Marie Kubik personally account- fed for two of the three games to she and Al Ferrier won from the dummy lineup of Mary Suther- land and Toad Sergeant, while the league’s first tie game was won by Gwen and Tiff Skelsey, although they lost a to 1 ver- dict to Kay Allen and Arnie Aron- : son. Min and Hank Durand white-_ terested in the announcement that ,a Christian Science program will ;be presented in the Columbia lWest Coast Church of the Air series, next Sunday morning, May '25, at 8:00 o’clock. The program Ewill be conducted by Floyd C. Shank, Committee on Publication for Northern California, and will originate from Station KARM, ‘ Fresno. 1 The program is given with the l iapproval of The Christian Sci-: ’ence Board of Directors of The ‘Mother Church, and may be heard locally over Station KIRO, .Seattle; Station KVI, Tacoma; Station KFPY, Spokane and Sta- tion KOIN, Portland. 1 i l i l l l i l l i I l l m WEDDINGS I l ! L‘ Many local listeners will be in-l Start Your Hope Chest Early and“, Be Sure You Get The Best a LANE, wifhexc GMDUANDNS. ENGAGEMENIS BIRTHDAYS CONFIRWTIOHS Olsen Furniture Co. “Fine Furniture For The Home” Thursday, May? u lHoodsport Man, {Facts-0111;? 1 Olympia Girl, i Availa ' l i emicrsn in} Imgi‘ovznlciltpAss ‘ 0 j -t-.__ tdairyman the l By Yvonne Bartels questions about . . c schooi Hoodsport, May 21. ~~ The wcd- circular “HOVVYd-u‘r “rsday CV: ding of Frances Barnes of Olym- i Know About i l W s cho pin and Bob Phelps of Hoodsport, i gives the answgese, ,' abpllcalm formerly of Olympia, was per- tions about '. 1 e mg, formed in Idaho on May 3, friends , The circular, 1st i '18 Signed here have learned. Following the tension SONIC? do“, ., School gm, ceremony the couple left for logo of “785th e meson Walla Walla on their honeymoon the work of they. v e Greer 1 and to visit friends and relatives the services theme . ’1 here a'ft( there. They will establish their men. Copies Ofm l ', She plan: home in Hoodsport, Where Mr. be obtained {To ,3 “- Phelps is in partnership with his county cxtenSl"n brother-in-law, Mr. Adams, at the writing to the lI-loodsport Garage. at the State . 'Josephinc Yarr and a friend, Miss Fisher, both teachers from l Chimicum, have been visiting Miss i I Yarr’s sister, Mrs. John Neudor-l fer of Lake Cushman, for a fewll days. [ Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Shallenbur- l ger of Norfolk, Virginia, are an- inouncing the birth of their son, Dale. He was born a few hours! following the arrival of his grand- mother, Mrs. H. E. Lockwood, who journeyed to Norfolk for the great 1 event. ' . Mr. and Mrs. Bob Yenter and family spent the weekend with. 'his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry ‘ Yenter. Gordon Dickinson came home from Kodiak, Alaska Monday, on- ly to return again on Tuesday taking his brother, Lee Dickin- son, and Richard Pierce, back‘ with him. With the exception of the loneliness he seems to likel it in Kodiak. l I Mr. and Mrs. Matt Kaare of ,Tacoma, formerly of Hoodsport, fspent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. i, Antone Ness. 9' Rev. W. R. McDonald is visit— i jing here for a few weeks. ,, mODcml i Mrs. Kilby and Mrs. Abbey mo- i v_ and 1», Mrs, V ftored to Port Townsend to see} Adm., 10¢ af‘Fl' g“ Mrs. John Watkins, who is con— (State 2‘3” _' . fined to the hospital there. , ' Those on the sick list this - earl ll, [week are Mr. J. H. .Nance and L351: Tm? i ente iMr. Ralph Hilligoss, who were yMond gboth confined to bed for a few .Ml's ( ‘days with the flu. We are glad W81 a report, however, that they t smtei il'. , are both up and well again. casgflday i l Dr. Lamberton visited his wife out .l°-” in Bremerton Saturday and Sun- ‘0‘” th( i day. F1. . , Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Gibson and g - a“k Pm ; family of Port Angeles, were down ‘ ' P‘th Kn : this weekend to visit her mother, Friday Qh‘?tts is i Mrs. W. R. McDonald, and friends , " ~ Carelldren. in Hoodsport. Roland-Young! bothfifld } Dickie, Jackie, and Mary Ann do. Lad, Siegel of Woodson, Oregon, are \ mg we staying indefinitely with their ’\ ' grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. d C _ lNance and Dr. and Mrs. Richter. hli ‘ Mr. and Mrs. J. C. McKiel and rover ldaughter Betty, motored to Pc \ Ell to spend the weekend. In s, lik returning they brought back their i: ldaughter, Gloria, who has been ev enjoying a short visit there with e‘ifg’m ' relatives. Cofis ‘ Mr. and Mrs. F. Harrell of Se- 6 , attle, Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Byrnes ,of Shelton, and Mr. and Mrs. iEdgar Byrnes and children of ma no lShelton were Sunday guests of ku ‘2’ Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Byrnes. n p i The number of workers in U. S. ,factories is equal to the entire Epopulation of New England, ac- Wer . e cording to the Census. ch Century Fox Mame Sta Iué“ features that give guarantee“; is the only tested aroma-+391" ,, world. Brenda Joyc‘a; ‘. Cedar Che?‘ We have I“ display.