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Page Eight T0 HANDLE ESTATE Mrs. Valevc Payne \Veb‘oer was named administratrix of the es—: tate of the late Edward D. Payne, her father, in a superior court or— der signed Saturday by Judge D.‘ F. Wright. “'ILL IN PROBATE Judge D. F. Wright admitted. the will of the late Mayme E. Taylor to probate and appointed A. L. Bell as executor to act with- out bond in a superior court or- der signed Saturday. MILLO’S QUALITY MARKET DRUGS GROCERIES FRESH MEATS FRUITS FINEST FOODS AT BEST PRICES H03. DSPORT SAlE‘. suns ' \ 4.40/45MI 5.25/5.50-18 g. l 'i 5.25/5.50-I7 move“ T ry Hurler At Elma, Win 13-2 Verdict Behind a new pitcher, the Shel~ ton Loggers hung up their fourth consecutive Sunday basc‘oall vic~ tory at Elma, 13- to 2, this past Sabbath, largely with the aid of the Elma ’i‘ownics themsi-‘lves, who committed errors in whole- sale lots to make gifts of many of the Shelton runs. Wiggs Kaiser, a. newcomer here, showed a real fast ball and a good assortment of stuff which kept the Elma batters swinging at thin air a good deal of the time. The Loggers didn't get a com— fortable lead until the late in- nings of the scrap and up to the seventh had gathered only four hits, but with the assistanCc of he Elma defense half dozen runs nevertheless. divided throughout the lineup. lDan Cormier came up with some fine defensive work at first for Itiic Loggers on the concrete - hard Elma infield. Next Sunday the Loggers tack- }le: their stiffest opponents: so far season when they entertain the Centralia Elks at Loop Field ‘ two o'clock. "L AND YOUR OLD TIRE 6.00-16 Firestone ' CONVOY TIRES The biggest tire ‘ bargain everofi'ered! flExtra miles of d e p e n d a b 1e service with extra safety, priced down to bedrock. H u r r y , Sale ends Junelst. 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They are your: for the asking. had scored a of a collision Logger hitting was pretty well I Tl‘eSday afternoon- l .VHELTON-MASON COUNTY JOURNAL i DRUNKENODIIIVERS no: PUNISHMENT l0 LAWS FULLEST? I Prosecutor “’arns No Mercy Can. Be Expected By Those Mix— 1 ing‘ Gas And Alcohol , Indicating a sterner attitude; toward drunken drivers, Justice.l Zintheo meted out a $100‘, fine, added court costs, revokedi her license for one year and! recommended that the state li~‘l censc department withhold is-i suing another license for still, another year in sentencing Mrs? Lucille Starr of Shelton on drunk-; on driving charges to which she; pled guilty last Thursday after—l noon. { The charges were the aftermath. Starr’s auto' had with a county truck last Monthly support for seven-year-E old Ronald Edgley, made father-i less by an automobile crash caus—I ed by drunken driving, was the‘ main sentence meted out to Mil—i lard Dunbar by Judge D. F.l Edgley was killed. Dunbar was also barred for lifel to tie Shelton for the 1941 title» with fielding honors for the day ,from obtaining a drivers' license in this state and was given a nine- ycar deferred Jail sentence and] day, giving up only four hits and i Olympia. must remain in this state during! fanning 13 with a biting hook and Ray, c, .............. .. u the pr’obation period, which lasts‘,, until the Edgley boy reaches 16 years of age. Dunbar must pay. $10 monthly toward the lads sup-i port until that time. Terms of the sentence were rec-I ommended to the court by Pros- ecutor Frank Houston, who saidl yesterday he will prosecute drunk- ing driving hereafter to the full extent of the law. Another traffic violation case was prosecuted Saturday by Heus- ton when Donald Bowman of Agate was hailed before Justice; C. Zinthco on reckless driving charges and was fined $35 and costs, and has his license suspend- ed for six months. He had been arrested the week prior by State Patrolman Cliff Aden, who said he had received 13 different com- plaints over a period of time from Agate residents on Bowman‘s driv- I ing. l Three liquor sentences were meted out yesterday under Heus- ton’s prosecutions, too. W. McMahon of Shelton and L. Blackwell of Puyallup, arrested Saturday evening by Aden with Heuston assisting, Were arraign-‘ ed before Justice Zintheo on drunk. . and disorderly charges when Adenl and Heuston found their car ditch- ed two miles south of Shelton on the Olympic highway. McMahon, the driver, was released on $12.50 bail, which he forfeited, and Black- well was released on $25 bail, which he also forfeited. Black} I well resisted arrest, the officers said. Ronald Hickam of Mason Lake was given a. 20-day sentence in the county jail by Justice W. A. Magoon when arraigned on a 1 drunk and disorderly conduct charge. He was arrested Friday i evening by Deputy Sheriff Fred Hickson at the carnival. Two more cases were tried to- ‘ day with confessions and convic- ecutor Heuston.‘ Walter Barrett, 18, Montesano,‘ was fined $5 and costs by Justice Zintheo on each of two counts for driving without an operator’s license and for driv- ‘tions obtained in both by Pros-i ing without license plates on his car. He was arrested last night by Aden in the Satsop district. Warren Whittaker, 63, Silver- dale, was fined $50 each on three separate petty larceny charges| filed against him for passing $70 worth of spurious checks. He was ; arrested two weeks ago by Policel l l I children Chief Ray Starwich and tried! before Justice Zlntheo. Kamilchefilsance Slatefiaturday Kamilche, May 26. —— Progress“ Grange met Thursday evening and planned a dance for this Satur- day evening, May 31st, with an ice cream and cake supper. Shin- gles were ordered for the dining- room. Harold Carr gave a short talk on the benefits of the mail— I .box numbers recently assigned to all rural routes in helping to sort the mail in the postoffice, and stressed the importance of names and numbers on all mail boxes to be plainly marked. This makes it possible for any new or sub- stitute carriers to avoid mistakes. Mrs. Iva Hurley 01‘ Seattle andl Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Cole of Shel- ton visited Tuesday with Mrs. “ Eliza Casey. Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Mathes and son Owen of Tacoma, were dinner guests at the Robert Scott home] Saturday. Mr. Richard Durkin and fam- ily moved to Tacoma Sunday, where he has secured employment. Lex and Tim Craddick visited their grandfather, Mr. Pat Lee, Sr., on Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Nelson and son Tony, and Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Critchfleld enjoyed a fishing trip' .1 with Mr. and Mrs. H. Nelson of Allyn and Mrs. W. A. R-au of': Shelton at Fox Island on Sun- day. , Mr. and Mrs. Robert Scott and" children motored to Lake St Clair Sunday to visit Dr. and Mrs. ' James Seeley. Those graduating from Irene S. Reed high school Tuesday even- ing from this vicinity are: Max- ine Clark, ,Thelma Turner and Helen Clark. ” . ' I Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Brown of Olympia, called on Mrs. Mar— garet Cothary Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Boice and were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Rich- ardson in Olympia. Norris Ran, accompanied ,by Perry Rose, motored to Willamina, Ore., Saturday, returning Sunday up the coast with stop-overs all Seaside, Ore., and Long Beach. I {worse than a tie S. “l. PREP BASEBALL \V L RF ’vA SHELTON ................ ..8 l 90 27 Olympia. ..... 7 2 75 26 ’ I Hoquiam ...4 5 33 59 Aberdeen .. ...4 5 53 58 ‘ Elma. .......................... ..3 7 57 70 v Blontesano ................ .2 8 29 101 , Latest Scores "Shelton 6, Olympia Hoquiam 4, Olympia 3. Olympia 16, Monte 4. 'Monte 8, Aberdeen 5. Aberdeen 7, Hoquiam 2. Elma 12, Monte Game Thursday Shelton at Olympia, 25230 p. m. Ralph LeDrew’s pitching was as torrid as Friday afternoon's weather so the Shelton Highclimb— ‘ no ‘ themselves of for their third straight Southwest conference prep baseball championship as ers assured they whipped the Olympia Hears,l its to 0, on Loop Field. The Bears and the Highclimb— ers tangle again this o'clock. The Bears have to win LeDrew was complete master of the Olympia bat swingers Fri- a whistling fast one. Twelve of his strikeout victims were collar- ed in the first six frames. The Highclimber senior righthander tired some in the last three can- tos but still had the stuff to keep the Bears from doing any serious, threatening. No Olympia base runner reached third and only two progressed as far as second, so well did LeDrew keep contrm of the situation. ' ‘ Only Two Tight Spots The only semblance of trouble~ the Bears gave LeDrew was in the fourth, when they garnered two of their four hits, and in the sixth when the Shelton hurler walked the first two batters but. fanned the next three.‘ He also struck out the side in the third. Meanwhile the Highclimber bats Were booming with extra base, blows at telling moments to drive young Ward Rockey, son of the Olympia coach, to an early re- treat and to his first defeat of the season. , Shelton won the scrap in the second when Ted VanOverbeke beat out a hit to third base and romped all the 'way around as Walt Johnson blasted a triple to deep leftcenter, all this after two. were out. Long Hits Count It was in the" third, however, 7 It’s gosollnes blended into one. Polymerized gasoline is part of Finer Flying A. Cracked gasoline is in there, too. And Re-farmed, Alleylated', Solvent— refined, Straigbt-run and Natural gasolincs complete the magic seven. Each is a great fuel in its own right, each does a job for you. Finer Fl I’LeDREW HURLS SHELTON "To" 6—0 VICTORY OVER OLYMPlA; TIE FOR THIRD TITLE SURE coming l Wright in superior court Satin-I Thursday night under the lights l his last trip resulted in a drive; day as the aftermath of the ac—iof Stevens Field in Olympia with which nearly knocked the short ‘ cidcnt May 6 in which Arthurgthe first pitch slated for 8:30lstop down. (Revered Iiow smoothly you lake traffic speeds WI'III Finer Flying A? My EVERY SPEED Speed up. Slow down. Speed up again. One from: speed after another. At one of these traffic speeds your meter probably fails to run as smoothly as it should—~with ordinary gasoline. But you don’t have to have this trouble. Not anymore. Here’s a gasoline created especially to give you smoothness at every speed. Grapeview Woman * Passes Thursday ~——« l Mrs. Minnie H. Sharp, , .Grapcview resident for 30 years. gdied at \Vcstcrn State Hospitah when the Highclimbers really teedL last Thursday. Funeral services off on Rockcy's offerings. \Var—Iwcre held from VVitsiers Funeral ‘ Gladys Gustafson of I l I 1 7g, E ,, Mr. and Mrs. :ren Woods doubled down the left- I Home Saturday with Dr. Robert 1 field line to start it, Earl Lums- ; Brumblay, Methodist pastor, in ton hospl a‘ den strolled for the second time, 1 charge. Burial was in Odd Fel-, -— and Ken Fredson hit one in Uch same spot that Johnson had thel pl'OVlOuS inning for another three; ‘sack blow, sending Reckey to the of Bremerton and Cliff of Start— .outjicld and bringing in Frank up; a sister, Mrs. Natella Zizz, 1' fluid, a southpaw. hurd got Ken's and six grandchildren, Latliam and Jim McComb but Le—l She was born in Kansas on , Drew lasted a tremendous flylMarch 15, 1863, ‘into that handy lef‘tcenter eorncrl , to score Fredson and VanOvcrbckeI 7 . l lsprin’ted out another infield hit‘ louth SliffeI‘S MlllOI' I Ito push LcDrcw across with the, ' - , ' lininng’s fourth tally. ! InJurleb In Accldent’ lows division of Shelton Memorial Park. Survivors include two sons, Paul A baby girl was born "nor view at Shelton hospital. ._._‘ l Hurd pitched nice ball the restl of the distance, giving up only: one more tally on Lathams blowl to right, a walk to McComb, Le- Drew's sacrifice and VanOVer-l ibeke’s blast off the first sacker's[ glove which was turned into an: ‘out when it rolled to the second. baseman. VanOverbeke c o u l d i Ihave had a four-for-four day at the plate with a little luck for Frank Hadsell, 17, of Shelton,‘ suffered a cut left arm last Thurs-I day when ears driven by Roy V. Bowman‘, 19, Route 2, Shelton, and' Harold Stebbins, Olympia, col- lided on the Olympic highway a mile south of Shelton. Hadsell was treated at Shelton} hospital but released soon after—l ward. prizes donated by crows, hawks, etc., they are nesting. atria"IiiEBEIQJTREIST "L; l Drew 4, Rockey 2, ,Hurd 2. In— ;nings pitched 77 Hockey 2 plus. Little Bob Pearce came up Charge defeat to Hockey. Runs . . ‘ responsible for~~Rockey 4, 'Hurd. Sportsmens ASS n Cleaners ,with several splendid plays at I 2. Wild pitchA-Hurd Umpires " PHONE 88 third base. The box score: ~—Jack Stewart, Osker Ericksen. ‘ R H 0 A E - —— -—~—-— ~ ' VISITOR ON CANAL I non is spending this week as a guest of Mrs. H. Huff at Spring— water Camp near Lilliwaup. SON BORN YESTERDAY Norman Norsbyi of Camp 3 became parents of a‘ baby son born yesterday at Shel-l DAUGHTER BORN TODAY Mr. and'Mrs. Bud Davis of Grape- l ATTENTlON Predator Hunters: Only a few more weeks left I to win one of several County mcrchanis Let’s Get ’Em Now! Best time of year to kill HOOD CANAL Tuesday,__l_Vl§y 27” Mt. Vcr—l , C L E A N HELPS PROLON LIFE OF YOUR l l l l l today to i Yes, sir, that‘s a ', qucnt cleaning clothes wear longer. quality, careful c1e "- ly removes oils 3“. that deteriorate fab H and dull patterns and Modern methods an] handling insure thzd ' of garments C1091" ‘. fine Mason while Mason County Laundry 35 AB lKinney, 1f ...... ._ ’Bettcher, 3b Berg, ss .......... .. iTOWne, rf . Hockey, p-ct O’Leary, 2b Hurd, cf-p . 1b Was-Ac“ ,. vv Musegm Hioo m2 \- ‘ Leidy, 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 1 3 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 :3 0 0 l) 2 (l . 3 0 0 9 2 0 I a Taylor, if 1 U 0 0 0 0 I lLindsay, 3 .... .. 0 0 0 1 0 0 .. . "Ockren, 2b ...... .. 1 0 0 0 o 0: fa}: “51’; 33,53 Totals ...... .30 0 4 14 1 I “gazing w, , Shelton AB R H 0 A E I ever owned. Woods, 53 ...... .. 4 1 2 2 0' Nash Condi- Lumsden, 1b 3 1 0 7 0 O! “oned A” '3 Fredson, cf .... .. 4 1 1 1 l) 0 Latham, c ...... .. 4 1 1 13 0 0 McComb, 2b 0 1 4 1 0 LeDrew, p ...... .. 3 1 1 0 1 03 VanOvei'beke, rf 4 1 2 0 0 0 Johnson, 1f ...... .. 2 0 1 0 0 0 Pearce, 3b ...... _. 4 0 1 0 5 0 b Crossman, lf 2 0 0 0 0 0, Totals ...... ..33 6 10 27 9 0 a batted for Kinney in 8th. b batted for Johnson in 5th. ' Score by Innings I Olympia .......... ..000 000 000w— 0 k ' hits .... .. ....010 200 010—~ 4 "‘ Shel... 0.0 00.1 6.5931 iris-3.3;: hits ....024 110 11x-10! SUMMARY: 3-base hits~John- f son, Fredsbn, LeDrew. 2-basc P I G M 0 N M O T 0 R S hit—~Woods. Sacrifice hit ~~ Le- Drew. Runs batted iii—~Van0vcr-. lst & Pine beke 2, Fredson 2, LeDrcw, John- son. Struck out A LeDrew 13,} “3,642 miles cost as ex”‘% 831 in our new Nashéafl kinds of weather and Wm, : Cify driving a cinch its easy handling- saved at least $25.” 90"}; -—S. M., Minn" “0111 e! 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