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P_a_ge Two - Journal Wam-Ads—Phone 100 l . ATTENTION Predator Hunters: i 31. Oregon, and Gertrude Allen, 4 Only a few more weeks left to win one of several fine prizes donated by Mason County merchants . Let’s Get ’Em Now! Best time of year to kill crows, hawks, etc.,- while they are nesting. 31. Clarence E. Nichols, ' ton, at Shelton, May 29. Guy R. McKinney, 31, Puyallu 30, Shelton, at Shelton, June 1. at Shelton, May 31. Nicolai Kuvshinoff, 29, Bertha Horne, ‘TownSend, at Shelton, June 2. an HOOD CANAL Sportsmens Ass’n Hatton, 21, both of Seattle, Shelton, June 27. HOW TO GET THE M0§T F0]! YoUB . MATTRESS MONEY . . Lesson #6 WILL THE mess 5A6? What happens when you sit on the side of a. mattress day after day? Will its edges break down? Thatis an important question to'ask {when you buy a mattress because when the edges sag a mattress loses much of its comfort V...and the edges are the weakest part of most mattresses. The Beautyrest has patented sag— proof edges that stay firm and erect as long as l? the mattresslasts. This is one more reason why ‘ Beautyrest is America’s biggest sleep value. Let us , show you a Simmons Beautyrest today. $39.50.; .29 AMERICA'S BIGGEST SLEEP VALUE Olsen‘Fomit‘ur‘e co: Now You Can .- QENT ' has Wale: to: Only 'l . ...-‘ HERE IS THE PLAN: , V l . Shelton on Sunday to spend her! 1.—We install a new No. 25 Ruud Gas-Water Heater, connected‘to your present tank. 2.—You pay $1100 a month rent (billed to you along with your monthly gas usage) and agree to do so for 12 months. 3.-——If you wish to discontinue service after'12 malic- months, We. remove heater—No further cost to you. 4.-—At the end of 24 months (2 years) you pay sales tax of 72¢ and the Heater is yours! We give you: a bill of sale. 5.——If, during the first 6 months .you desire to purchase the heater for cash, we will al- low 15% discount on the unpaid balance. After months will allow 10% unbalance. REMEMBER—Gas is» Clean, Economical use-where GAS LEAK-BS THE FIELD! For Hot Watch-GAS Is Best} sail-Tat. 122 South Third St. ‘ anaemia; iii thENSES E William V. Miller, 24, Port Or- chard, and Catherine J. Alvestad, 23, Gig Harbor, at Shelton, May Alvin C. Olson, 47, Silverton, Waterville, Wash, at Shelton, May 22, Fort Lewis, and Vida Martin, 19, Shel- and Eleanor Louise Daviscourt, I John Mardesich, 33, and Eunice Goolsby, 25, both of Gig Harbor, 25, both of Port Richard Kirsten, 21, and Elaine at 6, p? d ‘l Here Is The Solution To Your or WATER ionic Under our new Rental Purchase plan, you can rent a Manually, operated gas wa- ter‘l'ieater for $1.00 a month, and at- the end’ of 2 years it is yours! ' 6.——At any time during the 24-month rental period, should you Wish to purchase an Automatic Gas Water Heater, we will al- low the full amount of rental paid to be applied as down payment on the‘ Auto; 7.—This plan is available without any extra installation costs to all residences where there is a gas service on the premises. small additional charge may be made where a new service must. be run. in the case of renters, consent of the own- er must'be obtained. and the Fastest method of heating water. We have over-150 satisfied gas water heatercustomers in Shelton- .This is one i ‘30. i , ix l-q-V iSHELTON WINS THIRD STRAIGHT 'Tmop 25 Scouts PREP PENNANT, ,,_..,SHELTONTMA.SQN COUNTY JOURNALS- THRASH BEARS IN SEASON’S FINALE, 11 to 4 (Final Standings) , S. \V. PREP BASEBALL ,5 Drew, Second Sackcr Jim Mc- W L RF RAE Comb, and Outfieldcr Lynn Cross— SHEL’I‘ON ................ ..9 1 101 31inlan. The first three are three—i Olympia ____________________ ..7 79 37 year veterans who have never Aberdeen* ...4 53 58, played on anything but a chain- Hoquiam“ ...4 5 33 593 pionship team during their prep. Elma ........... .. ...3 7 57 70 diamond careers, during which Montesano ................ ..2 8 29 101 ', their teams have won 28 out of *Cancelled final game. i30 conference games. The box Chubby Ralph LeDrew threw his i score: second straight four-hit pitchingj Shelton AB R H 0 A E job at the Olympia Bears uiideeroods, ss ...... .. 6 1 3 1 3 1 the floodlights at Olympia Thurs- -’ Lumsden, 1b 6 1 3 10 1 0 day night, and his Shelton High-iFredson, cf .... .. 6 2 2 0 1' Climber teammates backed him up Latham, c ...... .. 3 2 1 11 1 0 with a 14—bit attack on two Bear McComb, 2b 5 1 2 1 0 1 pitchers, so the Highclimbers cap- , LcDrew, p ...... .. 4 1 1 0 0 tured an 11 to 4 victory which E VanOverbeke, rf 4 1 1 0 1 0 enabled them to extend their Crossman, 1f 2 1 0 O 0 2 domination over the Southwesta Johnson, lf .. 1 1 0 0 0 O prep baseball conference to three Pearce, 3b ...... .. 5 O 1 2 1 0 straight years. i Totals ...... ..44 11 14 27 10 5 LcDrew deserved his second,01ym91‘d V AB R H 0 A E: straight shutout over the Capitol“ Taylor. 11' ------ 5 0 1 1 0 0= City preps, too, for all four Olym- Rayv C ------------ »- 4 O 0 14 1 0 pia runs were of the gift variety, 13918”: 53 ---------- 4 2 1 2 0 the direct result of Shelton bob— BeFtCherv 3b 5 0 1 1 1 1 bles. Olympia failed to get a hit' Lexdy. cf-lb 4 0 0 5 0 0 off LeDrew after the third iii-:Rockey. lb-p 3 0 0 4 1 0 ning, yet scored three runs afterlewvnei rf -- 2 0 0 0 1 O that point in a game which took 0.140313% 217 ---- u ’1 1 0 1 1 nearly three hours to play. Out- Lindsay, ?b 0 0 0 0 0 0 fielding by both teams was horri- i Hum}. 13-01 1 0 0 0 ‘1 1 ble. Shelton’s outer defense com- l b KlmleY. Cf 1 1 0 0 0 0 mitting three errors while Olym- TOtals ~33 4 4 27 9 3 pia’s gardeners allowed pop flies a batted for crossman m 7th- to drop all around them for safe; hits which should have been field— 1 ed with any kind of speed. McComb Cleans Bases The Highclimbers opened right] up with three runs in the first: when Senior Jim McComb, play-l ing his last game, tripled with the ! bases full. A fourth tally was; tossed away by bad coaching atl third when. McComb was waved, on in and was nailed by yards. 1 LeDrew singled home another? pair of tallies in the third while} singles by Warren -Woods and Earl Lumsden, following two, walks- and a bobble which filled; the bases, tallied three more in; the Highclimber fifth. ‘1 Ken Fredson smashed a tre-l mendous home run into rightcen—l ter in the eighth which while at triple by Woods and a double by{ Lumsden, following a walk Walt Johnson, wound up the scor- : ing in the ninth. Highclimbers Generous Olympia’s four unearned scores, came like this: Palmer Berg cracked a legitimate double down, the leftfield line with two gonel in the first and completed thel circuit when Lynn Crossman leti the ball get through him. Woods'i bobble with two away let in a‘ fourth inning tally, and McComb’s misplay in the fifth accounted for: anothen Fredson and Crossman} both dropped flies in the sixth to chase the fourth Bear runner home. Woods and. Lumsden hit three apiece and Fredson and McComb| two each to ,top the. Higholimber ,1 offense. Berg bagged two of' Olympia’s four hits. The game lacked any semblance of a de-l fensive gem. It was the final game for Catch- l Per Month ’ | And o i ‘ i 87 - OFFICE PHONE t0 oz. Ply Aig er Ken Latham, Pitcher Ralph Le— b batted for Hurd in 6th. Score by Innings l Shelton ............ ..302 030 012V 11 hits .... .. .313 120 112-114 Olympia .100 111 000— 4 hits .... .. ....103 000 000* 4 SUMMARY: Home run «— Fred- son. 3-base hits — McComb, Woods. 2-base hitsHBerg, Lums- den. Sacrifice hit—1Towne. Runs batted in—McComb 3, Woods 3, LeDrew 2, Lumsden 2, Fredson, - . Rockey. Innings pitched _ Hum Bob Kimbel of the Same troop, Roy Anderson“ football, CBllll 4 Runs responsible for _. was 3. very important member Of BatStones fOOtbanv Edgar 09’ Hurd 5, Rockey 3, LeDrew 0. Struck out—LeDrew 12, Hurd 6, Rockey 8. Walks M LeDrew 7, Hurd 4, Rockey 2. Wild pitch— Rockey. Passed ball—Latham. Stolen bases Latham, Leidy. Um- pires—Jack Shilling, Joe Wilkins. Timefi2z45. OCIAL P .0 to Sheltonites Invited (To Pt. Angeles Show A flower show of unusual in- terest to Sheltonites will be the Port Angeles annual flower Show on June 7 and 8, in the Masonic Temple there. The theme, is “Flowers in the Home and Car- den" with a special section for women, men and children. This is the first year that the child section is given prominence and many useful ideas for children’s party and table decorations will be displayed. Two former Shel- tonites on the committees are Mrs. Janet Ols’en‘Dyar andM‘ijs; C. T. Vincent. Shelton will sup- three judges, Mrs. George Drake, horticulture; .Mrs. Wil- liam McKenzie, junior show and Mrs. George Cropper, artisticar— rangement. Also going from here are Mrs. J. H. Frisken and Mrs. Walter Kullrich. Mrs. Cropper reports the trip to Port Angeles is very loVely at this time and that a trip around the private gar- dens in Port Angeles will be tak- en. Anyone wlshing to attend or who is going and will have extra room in their car is asked to con- tact Mrs. Cropper. Mrs. Frank Fisher informed Mrs. Cropper this week that the contest sponsored by the State Federation of Garden Clubs to find the finest civic improvement made during the past year in a! be Washington town will not in judged till the board meets September. Royal Neighbors Schedule Meeting The Royal Neighbors will hold a business meeting Thursday, June 5 at the Odd Fellows Hall at 8 o’clock. Troop No. 25 Mothers Will Meet Wednesday The Troop 25 Mothers will meet for their regular monthly meet- ing on Wednesday, June 4 with Mrs. F. W. Graham at 611 Cedar, at 2 o‘Clock. All mothers of Troop 25 Scouts are urged to attend this meeting. Miss Betty Wells Visiting Here Miss Betty Wells arrived in} two-weeks’ vacation with her par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Wellsl Miss Wells is a nurse at the‘ Harborview Hospital in Seattle. 'Spcnd Weekend Here Enjoying a weekend visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Herb Dammann on Southside Hill were his sister, Mrs. George Miller and sons Ross and Claud, Mrs. Mar- erite Leedy -and Miss Delores Leedy, of’ Winthrop, Washington, Mr. and Mrs. Bird, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Kemper and son' Kenneth, Mr. and Mrs. Earl DeLong, MiSS Lorraine DeLong aners. Jack Sisson, all of Seattle. Mrs. G. Osterberg and Miss Lucy Franson joined the group Sunday at Al‘- cadia Point where fun and feast were enjoyed by all on the beach between the showers. , Juveniles 0f Degree-30f Honor Slate Picnic Friday , Juveniles of the Degree of Hon- or will hold their picnic at the Twanoh State Park on Friday, June 6. All members are to meet at the bus depot at 9:45. Each person is to bring their own dish and silverware. Pot- lu‘ck lunch will be served at noon. W.C.T.U. Will Meet Friday The Women’s Christian Tem- perance Union will hold a reg- ular 1 o’clock luncheon with Mrs. lg/Iabel Anderson on Friday, June Visiting Here Mrs. Evelyn Dark of Port Town- send is spending this week with Mrs. Agnes Hansen. Rev. Dark wasa former Baptist pastor here. Scatter To Four i Winds For Hikes ' (Crowded Out Last Week). Over Saturday and Sunday, Troop 25 broke the ice with thei ‘first of their summer hiking trips and every one thoroughly ienjoyed it, although the troop was somewhat scattered. Saturday a. m. at 7- o'clock, 13 Scouts left Shelton for the Lit— tle Hump on the Duckabush Riv— er, bent on an exploring trip. Ar- riving there, some of the older boys hiked into the higher coun- try up-river, while five of the younger ones fished and passed their tracking tests for their scoutmastcr. After lunch they hiked up the trail a few miles to meet the others. This group in- cluded, Jack Killcen, Rune Lang- land, Donald Cropper, Lynn Ram- sey and Guy Beckwith. Mr. Donovan Palmer and fam- Eily had also arrived in the fore- 'noon and had hiked up-river a 'few miles. They returned about 13 p. m. with a few of the Scout :hikers, and decided to drive back ' and up to end of road on the Dose- lwallips. John Eliason and Doug [Larson accompanied them. The Angle twins remained at 1 camp. 1 About 4:30 Vern Stewart, with IClint Sullivan and Tommy Don- ‘nelly returned with the highest climb of the day behind them, which was the top 'of one of the high crags up—river. They report- ed seeing beautiful displays of Rhodys with many smaller flow— ers on the very tops of the crags which leads one to believe the summer alpine flowers already are beginning to bloom. We arrived back at Shelton about 7 p. m this trip, as he made two trips; with his pick-up to help with transportation, but was unable to stay with us. Many thanks! also could not accompany us for various reasons and the next morning at 6:30 Milt Clothier, with Gordon Smith, Robin Binns and “Beanie” Daniels, apparently wanted to out-do us for they drove to Staircase, hiked into Flapjack, played in the snow, and watched the skiers part of the day, then became uneasy climbed Mt. Gladys before re- turning to Shelton. They report a wonderful time. Doug Larson, Scribe. and Helen Maule Married In Seattle Friday Of interest to many Shelton friends is the wedding of Miss Helen Mauie, daughter of Mr. and ,Mrs. John Maule, former resi- dents here, to Fredrich Dorherty. The beautiful wedding was held lin Seattle ‘on Friday at the Uni- versity Lutheran Church at high noon. The lovely bride was attrac- tively gowned in a powder blue suit with beige accessories. Her] corsage was of orchids and freisa.’ Her only attendant was Mildred MauleL her sister, who wore a smart beige suit with British tan accessories, and a corsage of rosebuds. A reception was held in the church parlors following the cere- mony. Upon their return from a wedding trip the young couple I 1 Bob. Several other boys of the troop. will make their home in Seattle! Mr. and Mrs. Herb Angle weref s guests at the‘wedding. ; Honored At Party Mr. and Mrs. imussen, who are moving Here Norman Rass- t h i s ' week to Belfair, were the honored lguests at a party at the Ernest iBooth home, and received many [lovely gifts for their new home. [During the evening pinochle and. .Chinese checkers were played ,by the following persons: Mr. and Mrs. Norman Rassmussen, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Bailey, Mr. and I Mrs. Glenn Edgley,’ Mr. and Mrsl Buzz Cooper, Mr. and Mrs. Ron-l ald Starr, Mr. and. Mrs. Lawrence McBratney, Mrs. William Claugh- ton, Mrs. Charles Morkert and the I hosts, Mr. and Mrs. Booth. Refreshments of' coffee,’ cake and ice cream were served. Senior High School Teachers i And Mothers Plan Meeting I Fifteen senior high school mo- vthers and teachers met at the[ senior high school Thursday after- I noon to plan for a series of social 1 events to take place next year. which will enable teachers and parents to know one another bet- er. There will be projects for the school in which both teachers and parents will cooperate. A com— .mittee was selected to lay the foundation for the first meeting in the fall. Mrs. Archie. Binns reviewed her experience with a formal organ- ization in comparison to a series of social events in a constructive l and most interesting manner. The entire afternoon proved such a pleasant experience it is hoped that all parents of senior high school students will par- ticipate in the coming fall meet- ings. Moves To Bremerton Miss Ann Sumner -moved I Bremerton last weekwto take a pOSltion with the Navy Depart— 1 l i l to merit. She was formerly asso-. mated with the Mason County} Welfare Department here and} I l with Miss Betty Collier, Organized the National Service League, Mo- tor Corps, which has progressed nicely under their. guidance. MONTANANS PAY VISIT Mr. and Mrs. Phil Hubert Of Fairfield, Montana, arrived here Sunday to spend part of this week as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Delmar Cole. Mrs. Hubert and Mrs. Cole are sisters. The two I couples enjoyed a trip to Seattle lyesterday to see the University I campus, the Ballard. locks, and other leading highlights of the Queen City. “ r . “Inuiut .v‘ warring-wannapsw imvi’x‘.uw been awarded 21 . Irene S. Reed high school in a new 'beautiful placques as permanent \ LeDrew, football and baseball; Jim, I 1 Mr. And Mrs. Rassmussen i l SENIOR-ATHLETESTO RECEIVE HANDSOME PLACQUES IN PLACE . 0F LETTERS AT HIGH SCHOOL. Beautiful p l a c q u e 5 recording“ their achievements in athletics dur— ing their high school careers have senior boys at plan adopted for the first time, this year. j The placques are of copper plate} mounted on ebony wood basesl hearing this wording: Irene S} Reed High School, 1941,] (with a big red S splitting the fig-i ures of the year). This certifies that (athlete’s name) has receiv- ed special recognition for out- standing work in thefollowing ac- tivities. (Then are listed the major and minor sports he has participat— ed in with symbols indicating the major sports and chevrons indi— cating the number of letters earn— ed in each). At the bottom of the placque the signatures of School Supt. H. E. Loop and Principal Dora Fredson are engraved. I The placques are designed to hang on the owner’s bedroom or den wall and will take the place of letters heretofore awarded, the idea being that letters are not permanent trophies of an athlete’s achievements while the placque isl something which will never wear! out. The placques are truly hand- some trophies. Athletes will still be able to pur- chase lettermen sweaters as they always have,~ but instead of hav— ing a collection of useless cloth letters at the end of their prep athletic careers they will have thel symbols of their activities in high school sports. The placques are awarded only to seniors. The 21 seniors who get the first of these placques include: football manager; Lynn Crossman, football and baseball; Walt Eddy, football, basketball and tennis; Floyd Fuller, football and golf; Bob Kimbel, football manager;_ Myron Klink, basketball; Ralph P_____________....-——— Visiting Great Grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Forrest S. Kelley drove up to Shelton Friday from! Vancouver, Washington to bring their nephews Loo Patterson who will spend Ellis, who are their great grand— parents and Forrest and Lee Ellis, who are their great uncle and aunt. Mr. and Mrs. Kelley re— turned early Saturday morning to Vancouver to assist Mr. Kel- ley’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. V. S. Kelley to move to Pendlcton, Ore, where Mr. Kelley will be per— mantly located with the Bonne- ville project. The Kclleys for— merly resided in Shelton. DeMolay Mothers Slate Meeting The Mothers Club of the De- Molay Chapter will have a reg- ular meeting Monday, June 9 at 1:30 p. m. in the Masonic Tem— ple. All mothers and friends of and Forrest, their ! vacation with Mr. and Mrs. Arch, . the DeMolay are asked to attend, M 1‘s 5‘ as there will be a social hour and refreshments after a Short busi- ness meeting. l I l I l l l Maloney, football; Jim McComb,i basketball and baseball; Warren? Mclcum, student manager and! golf; Jim Nash, student manager‘ and track; Jack Smith, football and track; Wiley Surratt, baseball, manager; Weldon Galloway, foot-t ball and track; Ken Latham, foot—i ball, basketball and baseball;§ Frank Berets, football and track;. Al LaBissoniere, football and ten-_ his; Jim Rose, basketball and, track; and Spencer Read, track. Athletic letter winners of the past year at Irene S. Reed highi school who will be acknowledgedl by their coaches at the annual, closing day assembly tomorrow in- clude the following, figures indi- cating number of letters won in that sport and asterik (*) indicat—! ing graduating seniors: , BASEBALL—Ken Latham 3"“. Ralph LeDrew 3*, Jess Phillips 1, Earl Lumsden 2, Jim McComb 3*, Warren Woods 2, Bob Pearce 1,; Bob Waldburger 1, Jack Page 1,! Walt Johnson 1, Ken Fredson 2, Ted VanOverbeke 2, Elmer Carl—i son 2, Bob Puhn 1, Lynn‘ Cross- man 1. . TENNIS—Al LaBissoniere 2*,, Walt Eddy 2*. Ray Trotter 1, Glen i Roessel 1, Gene Hubbard 1, Bill Anderson 1, Martel Jackson 1, Lloyd Smith 1, Barbara Lincoln 2, Donna Castagno 2, Betty Lou Macke 1, Jean Elliott 2, Carol[ Jeanne Hatcher 2. TRACK —‘ Weldon Galloway 3*: Jim Rose 2*, Donn Nelson 1, Jim Nash 1*, Spencer Read 1*, Deanl Gilbert 1, Frank Berets 3*,,Jack Smith 2*, Louis Woolsey 2, Harry Austin, manager. BASKETBALL 1*, Jim McComb 2*, Jim Rose 1*, Warren Woods 2*, Burt Dickinson 1, Earwin Loop 1, George Valley Myron Klink , .,,Tuesda.y, J une, and Ham"1 FUNERAL DES'u HOSPITAL 8° Delivered anywhef’l‘ Trains Floral, Shelton Hardwal” Phone 232 SHELTON. WA V Two shows?"5 , Starting at Matinee 2:15.91” and S" Adm., 10¢ and (State, 2,3; F “WESTERN 1 Robert Young. Scott l l 01 m c 13171an 1 y p Kennedy l l 1*, Earl Lumsden 1, Jess Phillips 1, Walt Eddy 1*, Ken Fr‘edson 1.‘ FOOTBALL—— Earl Lumsden 1, Ted VanOVerbeke 1, Lynn Cross- man 2*, Bill Batstone 3*, Walt Eddy 1*, Jack Smith 1*, Donn Nelson 1, Jim Maloney 1*, Buell Russell 2, Frank Berets 3*, Floyd Fuller 1"“, John Eager 1, Roy An— derson 2*, Ralph LeDrew 2*, Louis Woolsey 2, Bob Puhn 2, Warren Woods 2, Burt Dickinson 1, Weldon Galloway 1*, Fred Berry 1, and Edgar Cole, manager. l i l Martha Scott' Ga 1‘13’1 1 l w.“ ‘iwsn an;- _~ M 3m FAST FREIGHT SERVICE WITH DOOR DELIVERY IN‘SHELTON :- Seattle Freight should be routed via Str. Indian, u Tacoma Freight via Str. Skookum Chief, Mllwa ‘ No. Time Schedule as follows: Leaves Tacoma daily, execept Sunday, at 5 v Olympia and Shelton Arrives Shelton daily, except Sunday CLARENCE CARL ‘ PGET SOfU‘ GHT L .5 t 2 pa: ANDER, Preside "a at an N Ve _. 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