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May 27, 1941

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Page Two Journal Want-Adk—Phone 100 Frolic with Your Old Classmates Tides of the Week Computed for Oakland Bay (Hood Canal tides are one hour & 55. minutes earlier) Wed. Low 2:09 a.m. 6.3 ft i May 28 High 6:50 a.m. 12.7 ft at the Low 1:56 p.m —1.3 ft B L U E High 9:16 p.m 14.4 ft Thurs. Low 2:51 am 6.4 ft at the Annual May 29 High 7:24 am 12.4 ft ' Low 2:33 p.m -1.2 ft Shelton Alumni High 9:53 p.m 14.5 ft HOM ECOM I NG Fri. Low 3:39 am. 6.3 ft B May 30 High 8:07 am. 12.1 ft Low 3:13 p.m. -0.8 ft I High 10:33 p.m. 14.6 ft Adm. Men 75¢; Ladies 25¢ (tax included) Sat. Low 4:32 am. 6.1 ft May 31 High 8:56 am. 11.7 ft FREE PARK'NG , Low 3:56 p.m. -0.3 ft Dancmg 9=30 to 1:30 High 11:15 p.m. 14.6 ft HOW' T0 GET THE RIOST FOR YOUR MATTRESS .VroNEY . . . Lesson #5 GUARANTEED TO 1951 Simmons guarantees that the Beautyrest Mat- tress will give you satisfactory service for 10 years. This guarantee can be made because of two important factsi 1...0ver 3,500,000 Beautyrests have been used by American people with complete satisfaction. 2..._Scientific tests by United States Testing Company showed that the Beautyrest was the most durable mat- tress they ever tested. Don’t take a risk in buy~ ing a mattress. Get a Beautyrest and know that you are going to get 10 years of luxury comfort from it. Simmons Beautyrest $39.50. 3% fineness aiucssr SLEEP VALUE .\ V Olsen Furniture Company .. fl... Wm__.___w_-_.___‘___.~__ RICH'FIELD n NATIONAL DEFiETle J; , GERMAN PLANES I'lOT DOWN TESTED TO BE LESS POWERFUL BY 25 THAN THE I00 OCTANE GASOLINE SU PPLIED BY RIC/[FIELD TO POWER PLANES FOR YOUR ARMY AND NAVY , U@MFUEL®”$ neooo TEST CAR THIS NEW TEST CAR WILL OPERATE. 280 DAYS IN 19‘" T0 DEVELOPE THE FINEST GASOLINE FOR YOU. ACTUAL ROAD TESTS IN THIS CAR PROVE THAT NO OTHER GASOLINE CAN MATCH TRE PERFORMANCE OF FORT/F150 ningham’s i Harstine Senior , land, will receive a diploma. Hu- pther 'playing the violin in one of the , orchestras. Locum: CHIEF TlEST PILOT was RICJ-ll-‘IE'LD News Brevitiesnm I 0f Dewatto Area, By Mrs. P. W. Nance Dewatto, May 26. 4- The 139-} watto 500 club held its last' party of this year’s series, lasti Friday evening. Mrs. Gordon Cun- ningham and Lee Baxter received the grand prizes for the highest total for. the year. Mrs. Cun- prize was a lovely; chenile bedspread, and Lee Bax-1 ter received two dress shirts. Mrs. P. W. Nance and Gordon' Cunningham received first prizes| for the evening, and Clarence Wil- !, liams and Mrs. George Ellis sec-, ond high. } The school will be closing nexti week with a community picnic at the school grounds on Sunday, June first. Mr. Ellis invites all in the neighborhood to attend the picnic. " We have a good road to the Dewatto Cemetery now. William Monroe Nance got the bulldozer. and crew from C.M.C. Camp to grade the road last week, afteri P. W. Nance and Monroe, had blown the stumps and cleared the; right-of—way. The right-of-way was cleared a year ago, but Mon- roe was unable to get the bull- dozer until last week. i There were two insurance ad-, justers, called on Mr. McMorris,i who is Henry Breummer’s care-i taker, Thursday. Mr. Scammoni and Mr. DeLong, both of Seat? tle. I Graduates Tomte. . By Della. Goetsch ! Harstine Island, May 27. Members of Harstine community are interested in the graduation exercises Tuesday evening of stu— ' dents at the Shelton high school, for Hugo Glaser, Jr., known and respected by everyone on the is- go (Bud) was the only senior at- tending high school from the Har- stine district this term. During his four years of high school work, Bud has found time to take an active part in musical and activities of the school, Mrs. Hattie Stowers returned to her home here Sunday evening after a visit in Wenatchee at the home of her son and daughter—in- law, the Parker Stowers. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Needham and the two little girls were guests on Sunday afternoon at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Page. Expected guests at the home of Mr. and, Mrs. Hugo A. Glaser over the weekend were son Joe from Tacoma, also the Vincent Glaser family, Mrs. Glaser’s sis- ter, Mrs. Farrell, and son, End, of Tacoma were out last Sunday for a nice visit. Guests on Monday at the Aug— ust Carlson ‘home were their daughter, Catherine, and husband, the Robert 'McM'anemys, and Mr. and Mrs. Williams, all of Aber- deen. ' I 1 BY JOURNAL CARRIER: 'or $2.50 per year in advance. Published every Tuesday and Thursday afternoon SHELTON-MASON COUNTY JOURNAL iSllELTON-MASON COUNTY lOURNAL sev‘eréi beings Consolidated with The Shelton Independent Entered as second-class matter at the postol‘l‘ic'e'at Shelton, Washington Subscription Rates: BY MAIL: $2 per year; (5 months, $1.25; l‘l‘Ct'iVlllg their Journal by mail. GRANT C. ANGLE Editor Member of Washington Newspaper Publishers in Mason County (outside of Shelton city mail carrir-r districts) . 3 months, 75¢. rregulailons forbid residents of Shelton served by city mail carrier from Foreign $3.50 per year. Postal in Shelton, 25¢ per month (collected by carrier) J. EBEBANGTLE 77 Manager Association and National Editorial Association. LUMBER INDUSTRY PARALYZED With the paralysis of the lumber industry around Shelton now going into its third week the situation is becoming serious, both in its aspect of loss of time in aiding war industry and in the ;loss of money earnings of workmen. It was hoped that the conference in Wash- ington, D. C., which the National Defense Media- vtion Board called for leaders of both industry and unions would result in definite action to end the troubles and iron out the differences. Without attempt to arbitrate, the Mediation Board did issue an order urging return to work, appointed a commission to reach conclusions which might follow further study, and promised that whatever wage changes made would date back to work resumption. This, it would appear under the circum- stances as a fair ruling to all sides, and while it: has been accepted by industry, and the local , thing gover the room first design MARSHALL HEAD LE SAYS, IN MY OWN CAR . GASOLINES HAVE INCREASED THE SPEED AND POWER OF AVIATION AND AUTOMOTIVE, ENGINES RIHrL | ‘ I, PERSONALLY, LIKE TO"FLV wnn RICHFIELD AND ALWAYS use. 11' OPT/FIE D aw‘ ~"u. D] COULD FEED ARMY DURING. IN SALARIES To EMPLOYEES ENOUGH mane! TO FEED ALL rue SOLDIERS. AT CAMP one FOR OVER SEVEN YEAR§. I940 RICHFIELD PAID HAROLD no LI-IZS I icompanies, as a concession on both sides of the argument, outside union leaders so far are ap- parently unwilling to agree to anything short of all their demands. Evidently all its agencies still lack the power to arbitrate the government and disagreements between industry and labor, and to enforce its edicts, even in such emergency and need as the present. A FIRESIDE CHAT TONIGHT President Roosevelt has a fireside chat with ,the nation tonight in which he promises to take Lthe people into his confidence and prove that there is leadership in the march of today’s times and events. Perhaps the people may hear some-. between the lines they did not know, and be told that real action will be taken on every hand to end the “bottlenecks” which are choking America’s efforts at preparedness for what is ahead. Failure of the “settlers’ ease” in the Federal Court at Seattlerconfirms the government’s right to grab homesteads and other property in the pending extensio‘ns oft‘he‘ new Olympic National Park. The case, however, may be appealed. over 1937. Open Hous (Continued from Page One) . the institution’s history is written on bronze plates. It has spread out ated for its use into the old city hall . then into the annex, now the non~ fiction room of-the library. On the bronze plate to the north is the data relative to the en'erosity of the three families w o with the taxpayers of Shelton, aided a bit by the county, have made possible the Shelton public library of to- day. Mrs. Sol G. Simpson, Mrs. A. H. Anderson and Mrs. Mark E. Reed, as representatives of these three families, are ,revered names here, as revered as those of their husbands around whose lumber interests Shelton has grown. The library building is a gift to Shelton and a memorial to these families, whose generos-i ity will never cease as the provi- sions of Mrs. A. H. Anderson’s will left the institution $50,000. Probably the history of the Shelton Public Library is one Of the most interesting in the state. In exhibits, in pictures, and other data its guests at the Open House may read it from 1903 until the present hour. Come see for your- self. Thc Library Board of Trustees consisting of Mrs. David B. Da- vies, Mrs. Charles R. LewiS, Dr. George A. LeCompte, Dr. Robert E. Brown with Mr. Alden C. Bay- ley as chairman, and the librarian extend an invitation to Shelton and Mason county for Wednesday evening. No books will be checked in or out during the hours of the open house. PHONE 243 , We Call For and Deliver Your Machine SLEYSTER’S ., . FIX-IT SHOP LAWN MOWERS' ,_ SHARPENED 4% Tax collections of state and local govern- ments in the United States totalled four billion (and eighty-six millions of dollars in 1940, accord- ging to the United States Census Bureau. This was seven per cent over 1939 and twenty-one per cent __...._._~_....__.4 .._. __._....___L. a...“ ‘-_._.___._._. WIS HYDRA -MATI(5' DIFFERENT . ,, Fri/Ia 1st and GroVe i I easier. But it can’t eliminate all manual shifting. Only Hydra-Math: is completely automatic. “W “a..m.”? a. _ I Feature Tahuya Weekend Events By Mrs. V. L. Knowlion Tanuya, May 26. a The Past Matrons of Elinor Chapter, O.E.S. held their regular meeting for May at the Knowlton home here. Those present were Mcsdames Williams, Moffett, Martin, Lunt, Nelson, Mitchell, Ahl, Stewart andi the hostess, Mrs. Knowlton. Priz- es for bridge went to Mrs. Stow- art, Mrs. Mitchell and Mrs. Wil— liams. Another group were entertain— ed at the Nordquist home, but this was a youthful group from the Epworth League of a Brem- erton church and was sponsored and chaperoned by Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Martins. Mrs. Martins is also vice-principal of the Bremer- ton high school. The group, the names would be about sixty, spent their time hiking, swimming and horseback riding. Mary Frances Sabisch helped with their on- tertainment and introduced a number as Yvonne Rice, Eileen Nordquist, June Etten, Barnetta Robb, Donna Sword, Ruth Veldee, Jack Kuhlmn, Jim Williams, Les Kirk, Jimmy Jackson and John- Annis. The Gordon Stolze family re- turned safely from their motor trip to Wisconsin and brought back with them Mrs. Stolze’s bro- ther and family, Mr.’ and Mrs. Elmer Glishmann and baby who will make their home in Tahuya. Dewey Hulburt reports the fishing excellent at Bald Point, and Dewey should know for he’s an expert in that line. The Geo. Hart and John Matson families have moved to Sellick, Washington. Mrs. F. B. Haag has come up! from Upham, Panama Canal Zone, to be with her mother, Mrs. Tom- lison, for an indefinite visit. She was accompanied by her I daughter and Mr. Haag will comel for them later. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Bassett and their little grandson, Dickie Kin- dred were out from Seattle for a brief visit with. the Rendsland family. 3 Mrs. Cooper is entertaining her sister and a group of friends from Idaho. Like the many oth- ers who have been traveling the beautiful rhododendron trail be— tween here and Seabeck, they were tremendously impressed with little . ‘ the rustic beauty. And that re- , . Fillly 41/701’147/6' camel/me 7k4/V5'M/35’l0/V Fluid'couplingralvo-ne can do much to make driving Fluid coupling cannot eliminate all clutchhph‘sh; ing. Only Hydra-Mane does away with the con- . ventional clutch! There’s no clutch pedal at all! ii”? . (Prices and Specifications Subject to Change Without Notice.) .w . ,,. State Pioneer Ass’n In Session June 5, G The 59th annual reunion of the Pioneer Association of the State of Washington will be held in Se- attle, June 5th and 6th, the busi- ness session at the Pioneer Hall, Madison Park, on Thursday, and on Friday at Civic Auditorium at noon where luncheon will be serv— ed and the “ahnkutty tillicums” will be seen and heard in the program of the afternoon. This is a state organization with all living in the territory at state— hood eligible to membership, and lineal descendents of pioneers over 21 who have lived in the state ten years. Admission fee and first years dues $2 for men, no fee and but fifty cents dues for women. All state pioneers are invited and urged to attend one or both sessions. minds us that something should be done to mark the trail through the maze of roads that are so confusing. Our first aid class is “coming along smart,” as our teacher, Mr. Walter Spinharney, spoke well of our progress at the last meet- ing. Perhaps it is due to our profound respect for this youth- ful instructor and his charming family, as they represent, to us, the typical American Family. Mrs. Beulah McFarland has been engaged to teach the school for the coming year. Frances Huson received the sad news of her father‘s death in Chicago last week. died from injuries received in an automobile accident as he was returning from work near Joliet, Ill. “Harvey Rendsland and V. L. Knowlton are spending this week at Port Gamble where they are driving piles. Lots . Mr. Boyer i Tuesday, Ma i Journal Want-Ads”? , _,. , ‘. a .. G R A THEATER SHELTON. WAS?“ -' i l Two shows e‘i‘i‘ Starting at 7:63 W ‘ Matinee 2:15 9-!“ and Sunday Adm.. 10¢ and 25383 (State 2¢; Fed i s Wednesday ' “HERE 00 HAPPIN ~ Thursday 1 i e ‘ . “DOUBLE DA . Edmond Lowe UM i __——-/ i i ‘ i Friday Sat“ “SCATTEB ‘ l TH! ; PULLs i ' STRING” . Guy Kibbee .g-wm.» a. '5‘“--,~'.I u,..»..', .' warrnrnour PROPER ‘ 7%., awe/em HoLET 01A .__—.~_—...___.___.~——--— -~ LUlD coupling isjust one a; , ‘ Drive. Hydra-Maticincludes 815,5 ‘ matic four-speed transmission ' a nation of the, two that permits clutch pedal and all manual 5 Both are necessary to give y performance and the completely 3“ ation that you get only in Hyd Come in and try the one drive t Way to make driving simpler, *OPTIONAL AT EXTRA. Within 2 Miles of Shelton Wilbert Catto WALKER PARK PHONE 591-W l I 5! ' Part Of Hy" chilling ' motif th6 1 cu tog) ra’t‘ '- , h. ,5? x 69.51 Plioil 11": My: 3