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‘ June 3, 1941. ge .328; than“, Lumsden, ’ close To .400 \ batting power and A the answer to . utfighclimbers’ third 1. b West conference e aseball champion- . . e at the statistics for clllflference season the I‘Iighclimbers had aft “‘8' average, com- . vgrigulars hit .3253 e year. War-I 3:3“ Shortstop, top! 13,131 marks with a! lgure, closely pur— 9? Kenny Latham. “def. who slapped '5 .387 mark. . l utflelder Ken Fred- 3?: hits with eight— “ ‘° led the club guns with 14, fol— y Second Sacker .WFtha dozen. The ‘5 Incomplete be- rscore of the first 9 was made out enfiecl scorekeeper lble to tell ac- °Ver in most of the for ., w siership with 15 Oat ‘19 Fredson came {lumber of times 4T1135. First Sack- en hit five triples ». Partment, tied at "11) for the doubles 9? Ralph LeDrew l-‘gges for another ' edson and Ted‘ 4) Theme runs this n g picture shows hillips with four m: defeats and Le- a t‘g’ms and a sin- n-inning 3 to 2 or» gsel‘deen. LeDrew j ~,'v-. thaa'SSlgnments and , mi, '1 twice as many shatfi§3~ _He fanned 81 B8 rs In 55 1/3 in- ”? had the remark- ~ llOWing but one ' 1/3..innings, prac- games, although “"9 cOmplete game. 81‘ ado, here arel ‘3 HRBI* Ave. 15 18 5 .396 15 17 8 .387 14 15 9 .375 ,14 18 14 .375 10 11 4 .333 3 5 2 .333 0 1 o .333 8 14 12 .325 7 7 6 .292 1 4 3 .267 _' 6 10 3 .256; 4 4 5 .250, 1 2 0 .182: 3 1 0 .091 g 8 o .000 0 .000 7 101 127 72* .328 complete. I Eoonos , 1P so w ER . 261/3 36 9 1 0: 0551/3 81 25 11I , 0 72/3 5 3 6‘ ‘1 0 1 0 . 901/3 122 38 18 games in which 0. i L "' V1vnning‘s pitched, Kwalks, ER— “Wed. I i l Loop “,1: get a belated] s all season next When they play ;‘ gue with a. pair " D Field starting Runes will match' “inst Skokomish I"iglllar diamond I . ursda l y (games ‘Uegch Monday and ‘ $33 and Rayonier I f ~. g eglflar diamond! and Active Club! I, ‘me four teams _. gage plans for ', . 01 ed to play with three rounds 92:01! championsl V *game playoff I 11y sChedule. Na- l -35 will be fol-l l anfield. . wto each half '55)! m1 be allowed to 1 as four players ,, lves short-l mfli game. V managers at 71in , Swere Barney "ASK Ray Brown ‘5 Virtually the . ‘plaYed-;- at Mt. Q’r Jlistiri Keever “nee. and Bill 1%. warn of Shel- Suestsof the! ,, I Ilncil of the . “hmgton at a ‘ the fraternityi V ' last med of officers Seattle ' fraternities and “timers- of the the was. fraternities. a guest with ho IS Ppa. Psi frat-l "l... i were the only High- g ‘ club lost four games as compared ' produce some magician’s tricks to [hours and hours trying to get 1 I I id POINTING WITH PRIDE Thank goodness for baseball! 1 This would have been a sorry} athletic year for Shelton higni school had it not been for the' diamond sport. The Highclimb—. ers were woefully weak on the gridiron, maple court, track, linksl and tennis court this past sport' year, but the baseball team, win- ning its third consecutive South- west conference crown, left oneI thing for Shelton sport fans to, pop vest buttons. Over that three—year period mentioned above the High- climbers have won 28 out of 30 games. Both those losses were to Aberdeen, one in the 1940 season, to 5, and one this year, 3 to 2. The 1939 season brought the. Higliclimbers a perfect record int ten conference games, while the past two seasons have been 9 to 1 records. That 1939 team manyi believe was the greatest in Shel— ton’s history with such pitchersl, as Norm Harris and Jack Coch I l as its mainstays with Ralph Le-l at second remains to be uncover-, that l-d h 1 D-St t l ed, too, but shouldn't be as diffi-' conso l ated SC 00 l “c Drew just coming along, with Don Satra to do the catching, with an infield composed of Dan Cormier, Bill Levett, Bill Taylor and Joe Olafson, and an outfield of the Armstrong brothers and Ernie Anderson pounding the cover off the apple. The league that season, too, was composed of larger schools than the present setup for it had Kel- so, Longview, Centralia, Olympia and Aberdeen as well as the championship Highclimbers, who came from the smallest school in the group yet outclassed the lea- ue so far that the Second place with Shelton’s perfect record. The past two seasons the races have been so close that the championship was not def- initely determined until the fi- nal game of the schedule, but the pennant came fluttering back to Shelton just the same. After that 1939 club fans free- ly predicted Homer Taylor would have to reach into his hat and field another championship aggre- gation. Who would replace Olaf- —_—_ McComb ’and Crossman. I l e l 1 in e By I . BILL : : DICKIE , l strongs departed, but Bob Pearce filled the third base gap, Earl Lumsden the first base gap, Latham shifted to catcher and (lid a smart job of handling his pitchers, Jess Phillips bob- bed up as the No. 2 pitching ace. And so it goes from year to year. Graduating stars leave what seem like irreplacable holes, but the peewec, junior high and junior legion graduates come .along and the problem works it- pennant ‘. LeDrew, ’ This year‘s Latham, self out. winners lose Crossman’s loss will not be felt‘ as this year‘s squad has a flock of outfielders, all more or less of mediocre ability with the ex- ception of Ken Fredson. At the moment, however, the catching replacement looks like the diffi- cult problem. Phillips should be a pitching star of the first water and Elmer Carlson may be the No. man so necessary to a win-, ning club. McComb's replacement! fult a problem as the catching. I Woods could handle it in a pinch but that would rob the infield and still leave a hole to fill. There is talk that Bob Cole and Eddie Miller, two of the stars of last year’s junior le- gion club, will be back next year which would give the Highclimbers pitching to burn. It’s a pretty bright outlook, at‘ least compared with the two suc- ceeding the 1939 season. And as long as Shelton continues to keep its kids occupied in the summers with peewee league and junior le- gion baseball there won’t be any also—rans among Highclimber dia-I mond aggregations. I i I i . I I WE LIKE THAT Particularly pleasing about the past three baseball seasons has been Shelton’s complete domina- tion over Olympia. In hung up six more or less easy victories over the Bears. The last time Olympia. high beat Shelton on the diamond son and Harris and Anderson and Taylor and Levett? But they reckoned without the effect Shelton’s junior legion and peewee league training would have, for the next year Gene An- derson took over Olafson’s post and played bang up ball. Ken Latham came along to replace An- derson and to lead the club in hitting, Warren Woods and Jim McComb handled the vacated key- stone jobs and LeDrew blossomed into his full pitching stride to back up Cole. Things didn’t look very prom- ising again this spring, with Anderson, Cole, Satra, Kelly, Snyder, Cormier and the Arm- was the final game of the 1938 season, on June ,3 to be exact, when Bill Brenner fanned 18 Highclimber batters as his Bear teammates were scoring seven unearned runs off Wilbur Flint to win a. 7 to 5 verdict in the first night game any Shelton player had ever played. , Previously in that season Flint Ihad beaten Brenner in a 2 to 0 l iyou CAN’T SELL UNTIL YOU IND LBUYERLUSE WANT-ADS ;Hibbing, Minnesota, arrived last .on Hood Canal for an indefinite found this country quite similar , ington, calls for payment on July ‘1st, 1941, and will on July lst, 1941, at the Office of the County vclusive of ’District No. 309, of Mason Coun- est payable July t h o s e 1 three years the Highclimbers have 1. l l E ihurlers’ duel, so in the past four, iyears Shelton’s diamond record ‘against Olympia shows seven Victories and one defeat. It is the one sport the High- lclimbers have been able to win lconsistently against their Capital City neighbors. That Man Gray Expounds Again From Hoodsport By G. C. Gray Hoodsport, May 28. Doctor Lambert, our local dentist, spent the day Saturday pulling teeth free for the ladies, and passing cigars to the men. It was a boyharrived Friday night. Congratulations! Gunner Sjoholm, our ldcal ski jumper, is home again. We have several skiers who can jump Off of a mountain, and occasionally land on their feet. 'Mr. Sjoholm is the only man in town who can jump over a mountain. All of our local men who have been called to the colors, report good time Mickey Morris is located at F rt Knox, Kentucky; Homer Wills is in Texas; Jimmie Bacon and the Hanley boys, in San Diego. The boys often fished and hunt- ed before they were called. They don’t sympathize with us poor local fellows who sit in a boat for some fish to eat. And this fall we've beat the brush a couple of weeks trying to get a deer to eat. And they go three squares per day without ex- erting themselves. ' Free clothes and spending mon- . Oh, well, some people get all the breaks. Still some people. kick on Army life. Likely would kick if they were to be hanged with a brand new rope. Mickey Morris said some guy comes around several times each day blowing a horn. He<said he thought they called it a bugle- He said the. only time he could get a raise out of the boys was the mess call or pay-day. Homer Wills saw an ax lying on a stump where he left It when he was called. He's going to- save his last month’s salery. Both he and the Hanleys are ' marry. Hoodsport girls on their arrival. I ' ' , Jimmy'Bacon, also of Hoods- port, is a photographer. He’s tak- en pictures of several Hollywood stars. He said he would bring one back. Don’t know whether Its his or her picture. Things don’t look any tOO rosy for us" old fellows. Uncle Sam is going to take our canes, crutches, and wheel chairs away from us and‘ put us to work on some kind of relief work. What a life! What a life! ....(P.S.) _ We have the best county In "the State for outdoor sport. Lakes. streams, and salt water fishing. presi-i upland birds and waterfowl,,bear,l deer, etc. As a boost for your Pa- per. why not [my a d0 I I to, 1191* permer . . . Advertise It! I l I l l l | l Wide Variety Of Jobs Available In Washington A wide variety of jobs in var- ious industries are open to the best qualified workers through the Olympia office of the Wash- ington State Employment Serv- ice, Manager Alice Helenius an- nounced today. Some of the jobs include a wheel borer, tabulating machine operator, axle turner, estimator, springer—up, market analyst, X- ray technician. systems analyst, records engineer, tool designer, mechanical engineer, wheel wager, aircraft assistant department , manager, aircraft stock section leader, aircraft section leader l ifinal assembly, and experimental mechanic, and farm hands, house- keepers, strawberry pickers, a hair dresser, a seamstress and a practical nurse. These positions pay good wag- es and have a 40-hour week. Thte working conditions are pleas- an . Workers who are interested in any of the above jobs are asked to contact the Olympia office as soon as possible. The Employ- ment Service will be glad to give workers complete details. The address is 522 Capitol Way and the telephone is 7779. News Brevities From Kamilche Community Kamilche, June 2.-—Mrs. C. C. Johnson and daughter, Dayle and Ole Anderson of Puyallup visited Mr. and Mrs. Robert Scott Sun- day. Little Mary Scott accom- panied her aunt, Mrs. Johnson, home and will go with- her for a month’s ,trip to Miles City, Mon- tana, to visit relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Neil Browers of Olympia spent the weekend with per parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Pet- 3’ Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Boice and children motoredto Olalla to visit relatives, Sunday. i Mr. and Mrs. Frank Shaw of V Puyallup were Sunday din n e r l guests of Mrs. Cothary’s. 1 Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Rau of Van Nuys, Calif., anan-r. and Mrs. C. W: Rau of Centralia, are visiting this week at the Bert Rau home. week for the story of how the big“ fish- got. away. Then- $1700 for salt water fishermen. $1.00 :per week for the buck that got away during season, etc. Limit to Mason County. I’m sure you will get new subscribers—G. C. Gray. A Vacant house Won't Pay I IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE ‘the Undersigned, Wm. I I SHELTON-MASON COUN l Minnesotans Paying Visit On Hood Canal Mr. and Mrs. John W. Aura of week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Wolcott at Travelers‘ Rest visit. Mrs. Aura is a sister of Mr. Wolcott. The visitors said they have l l to their northern Minnesota home- land, although they admit the. Northwest is more beautiful and they like it better. Mr. and Mrs. Aura left home three weeks ago I on a motor tour which took themI, .to the Gulf of Mexico, Los An-l. geles, San Francisco for visits with relatives and friends before; arriving here. I They experienced a new thrilll .to them in being able to pick up oysters and dig clams. ,—.__,._.— LEGAL PUBLICATIONS NOTICE OF REDEMPTION OF BONDS 41 TO 46 INCLUSIVE OF CONSOLIDATED SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 309 OF ~MASON COUNTY, WASHINGTON NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, l I i No. 309, of Mason County, Wash- Treasurer of Mason County, Washington, pay the principal and interest on Bonds 41 to 46 in- Consolidated School ty, Washington, said Bonds being dated July lst, 1941, with inter- lst and January lst, and said Bonds being de- scribed as “School Building Bonds of 1931, Series “A.” NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN, that after July lst, 1941, said Consolidated School District No. 309 will no longer pay interest on said Bonds. Dated this 20th day of May, 1941. CONSOLIDATED SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 309 OF MASON COUNTY, WASH- INGTON LOUIS WEINEL, Chairman. HARRY CARLON, Clerk. OMER DION, Treasurer of Mason County, Washington. 5-20-22-27-29. 6-3-5-10-12—17-9t. CALL FOR BIDS Oyster Bay School District No. 11 will receive bids for 30 ricks of 16— inch second growth and 10 ricks of 16-inch old growth Fir Wood, stocked in the woodshed by August 15, 1941. Bids will be accepted until June 16, 1941,. at. 7:30 p. m. at which time they Will be opened at the school house. . The Board reserves the right to re— Ject any or all bids. BERTHA WALDRIP, Clerk, Route 1, Shelton, Washington. 6-3-5-10—31. No. 1434 NOTICE TO (IREDITORS TO PRESENT AND FILE CLAIMS In the Superior Court of the State of Washington for Mason County. In Probate. OdF ALEXANDER JOHNSON, Deceas- e . NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that E. Stevenson, has been appointed and has qualified as Administrator of the Estate of Alexander Johnson, (Alex Johnson). Deceased, and that all persons hav~ ing claims against the said Deceased or the said Estate are hereby re- quired to Serve the same. duly veri- fied, with the necessary vouchers at- tached on the undersigned Adminis- trator or his Attorney of Record at the addresses hereinbelow given, and file such Claims, together with prooi of service with the Clerk of the above entitled Court Within six months af- ter the date of the first publication of this Notice. tq-wit: June 3rd, 1941, or said claims Will be forever barred. Dated this 3rd day of June. 1941. WM._ E. STEVENSON. Administrator of the Es- tate of Alexander John- son, Deceased. Lumber- men’s Building, Shelton. Mason County, W'ashing- on. CHAS. R. LEWIS, Attorney for Adminis- trator, Suite 1, Lumber- men‘s Building. Shelton. Mason County, Washing- ton. 6-3-10—17-24—4t. r No. 1429 NOTICE TO CREDITORS In the Superior Court of the State of Washington for Mason County. In Probate. IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF CHARLES NUBY, Deceased. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. that the Undersigned, Carl Ed Larson. has been appointed and has qualified as Executor of the Estate and Last Will and Testament of Charles Nuby, De— ceased, and that all persons having claimsagamst the said Deceased or the said Estate are hereby required to serve the same, duly verified. with the necessary vouchers attached upon the undersl ned Executor. or his At- torncy of ecord, at Suite 1, Lum- berinen‘s Building. Shelton. Mason County, Washington, the same being designated as the place for the trans« action of the busmess of the said Estate. and file such claims, together with proof of servxce with the Clerk of the above entitled Court. within six months_after the first publication of this Notice. to-wit: May 13th, 194;, or said claims Will be forever barred. May 13th, CARL ED LARSON. Executor of the Estate of Charles Nuby, De- ceased. Suite 1, Lum- bermen's Building, Shelton, Mason County, Washiiigton. CHAS. R. LEWIS. Attorney for said Ex- ecutor. Suite 1. Lum- ber-men's Building. Shelton, Mason County, Washington. 5-1 Date of first publication, 1941. 33-20—27. 6.3—4t. N0. 1428 NOTICE. TO CREDITORS In the Sn erlor Court of the State of Wash ngton for Mason County. In Probate. IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF .IiACOB HOLMEN ONSRUD, De- cease . NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. that the Undersigned. Edvm Tingelstao. has been appomted and has qualified as Executor of the Estate and Last Will and Testament of Jacob Holmen Onsrud, Deceased, and _that all per- sons having claims a must the said Deceased or the said state are here- by re uired to serve the same. duly verifie . with the necessary vouchers attached upon the undersigned Ex~ ecutor, or is Attorney of Record. at Suite 1. Lumbermen's Building, Shel— ton. Mason County, Washington, the same being designated as the place for the transaction of the business of the said Estate, and file such claims, to other with proof of serv- i.,r~ With“ it Qlcrl; of the abovc.cn- I l I Y J OURNAL‘ W Real Estate “MAM Mmm‘mw FOR SALE: 5-room modern house, furnished or unfurnished. $2800 terms. Phone 328-J or 499. Ré5-13itf. FOR SALE: six room house and 2% acres on Arcadia Road. 5- room house, Chevrolet coupe and trailer, reconditioned, 1927 Buick sedan, outboard motor. M. L. Kolmorgan, Route 3. 5-29#6-294—1M. WATERFRONT BARGAIN Quar— ter mile frontage, 25 acres, creek, low bank, on Big Skoo- kum, south side. Known as Can- nery Point. MAKE ME AN OF- FER. Ray C. Gruhlke, Capital Theatre Building, Olympia, Wn. 5-15-—6-26-13t. __.___....-——— WILL TRADE a good 40-acre ranch for place in or near town. A. L. Bell, Bell Building, Shelton, Wash. 5-22-27-29-—6-3—-4t. l . I I I I FOR SALE Business building in Shelton. Ren- tal income. Terms. $4,600.00. , # 1—room log cabin on Isabella Lake. Terms. $952.00. >'s * 5-room modern home, with hard- wood floor, fireplace, furnace and basement, 2% acres of ex- cellent ground, with fruit trees and large chicken houses. This will make you a fine surburban home, close in. $3450, terms may be arranged. Herbert G. Angle Angle Bldg. Phone 304 FOR SALE Bus1ness Opportunity . Highway lunch and soft drink place on Hood Canal, new and attractive, with x 60 ft. build- ing, 6-stool counter and 10 booths, kitchen equipment. Prop- erty includes 51/2 acres with 75,000 ft. of timber. 200 ft. frontage on highway, plenty of parking space and lighting. For price and terms, see M. C. ZINTHEO, Realtor, Shelton, Wash. I * :l¢ =l< I ’FOR SALE: 5-room modern house on improved street, handy to school; 60x120 ft. lot. A rent beater for only $1200 on terms you can handle. M. C. ZINTHEO, Realtor titled Court. within six months after the first publication of this Notice, tofwlt: May 18th, 1941. or said claims ,Willbc. forever: barred. Date of first publication, May 13th. 1941. EDVIN TINGELSTAD. Executor of the Estate of Jacob Holmen Onsrud. Deceased. Suite 1, Lum- ton, Mason County, Washington. CHAS. R. LEWIS, Attorney for said Ex- ecutor, Suite 1, Lumber- m n‘s Building, Shelton, M Son County, Wash- ington. 5—13-20-27. 6-3——4t. No. 1430 NOTICE TO (‘REDITORS In the Superior Court of the State of Washington for Mason County, In Probate. IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF HILDUR ONSRUD, Deceased. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the Undersigned, Edvin Tingclstad. has been appointed and has qualified as Administrator of the Estate of Hildur Onsrud, Deceased, and that all persons having claims against the said Deceased or the said Estate are hereby required to serve the same. duly verified, with the necessary vouchers attached upon the under- Signed Administrator, or his Attor- ney'of Re 0rd, at Suite 1, Lumber- mens Bull 'ng, Shelton, Mason Coun- ty, Washington. the same. being desig- nated as the place for the transac— tion of the business of the said Es- tate. and file such claims. together With proof of servicc with the Clerk of the above entitled Court, within six months after the first ublication of this Notice. to-wit: Vlay 27th, 1941. or said claims will be forever barred. Date of first publication. May 27th. 1941. EDVIN TINGELSTAD, Administrator of the Es- tate of Hildur Onsrud, Deceased, Suite 1. Lum- bei-men’s Building. Shel- ton. Mason County, Washington. CHAS. R. LEWIS. Attorney for said Ad- ministrator, Suite 1, Lumbermen's Building. Shelton, Mason County. \Vashington. 5-27. 6—3-10-17—4t. No. 1415. NOTICE OF DEATH OF ADMINIS— TRATOR AND NOTICE OF AP- POINTMENT AND QUALIFICATION 0F ADMINISTRATOR DE BONIS NON AND NOTICE TO CREDITORS TO PRESENT AND FILE CLAIMS In the Superior Court of the State of W’asliington for Mason County, In Probate.‘ IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE o: OLGA MARIE ONSRUD, Deceas- e . NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that Jacob H. Onsrud, Administrator of the Estate of Olga Marie Onsrud. de— ceased. who published Notice to Cred- itors of the said, Deceased on March 18th, 25th, April 1st and 8th. 1941. died on the 3rd day of May, 1941, and the Undersigned,’ Edvin Tingelstad has been appointed and has qualified as Administrator do bonis non, of the Estate of the said Olga Marie Ons- rud, Deceased, & that all persons hav- ing claims against the said Deceased or. the said Estate are hereby re- uired to serve the same duly veri- ied, with the necessary vouchers at- tached upon the Undersigned Admin- istrator, de bonis non. or his Attor— ney of Record at Suite 1. Lumber- men’s Building. Shelton, Mason Coun- ty, Washington. the same, being desig- nated as the place for the transaction of the business of the said Estate, and file such claims. together with proof of service with the Clerk of the above entitled Court. within six months after the first publication of this Notice, less the time between the death of said Jacob H. Onsrud and the date of the firs publication of his Notice as such dministrator, to Creditors to present and file their claims or such claims will be forever barred; Date of first publication. May 27th. 1941. EDVIN TINGLESTAD. Administrator de bonis non of the Estate of Ol- ga Marie Onsrud, .Deceas- ed. Suite 1. Lumber-men‘s Building, Shelton. Mason County, Washington. CHAS. R. LEWIS. Attorney for said Admin- istratpr, Suite 1, Lum- bermen’s Building, Shel- ton. Mason County, washington. 527. (Hi Ill-ill. i i l I JOURNAL W Class1fied Serwce SHELTON FURNITURE UP- holstering, furniture recovered, and rebuilt, free estimates, 714i Ellinor Ave. Joe Nussbaumer, proprietor. Phone 590—W. 5—20--6-20—1M FLOWERS All kinds of Bedding Plants, ‘ Snapdragons, stock, pansies, petunias, geraniums, tomato plants, etc. FORREST GARDENS i 222 S. 10th Phone 112-W gcismNoMADE 3V FOR RENT: FURNISHED APARTMENTS for rent (2 and3rooms). Good lo- cation. Very reasonable. Golds-i borough Apts, Second and Knee-l land Streets, Shelton. 5-7-tf.| ROB RENT: two pleasant sleep- ing rooms. Mrs. W. A. Brodt, 121 East Cedar. Phone 582-J. ‘ B—~5—13—tf. FOR RENT: furnished apartment available June Ist. Cedar Apart- ments. Phone 382-J evenings. W—5-13—tf. AVAILABLE June 5: 3 room apartment and private bath. Mallows Apartment, 718 North 6th. D. 5—27—«tf. l FOR RENT: 3-room furnished apartment. Inquire 218 North First. M. 5-27—tf. FOR RENT: new two—room apart- ment, furnished. Mrs. Edith Whittle, Route 3, Box 1, Shel- ton. W—-6—1-tf. 3—room furnished} apartment, private bath. Mill Street Apartments, phone 259M. 6—2~—tf. FOR RENT DO YOU WANT ADDITIONAL INCOME? Then rent this fully equipped store. Living quarters in build‘ ing. To reliable party only $25 per month. l you see. you get. Block- s 0 cosl'.4 speeds; slow mo- spec‘ial lenses. See it and-white or full-color tion' makes animated 5‘0 here today. Press the button—what 9mg: ONLY movies at snapshot “moons; pmfismn {0" delivers it'. ANDREWS PHOTO STUDIO BULLDOZING, grading, excavat- ing, etc. Reasonable rates. See Clarence Wivell Lorraine Dairy, FOR RENT: 4—room modern house ...................................... .. $17 Herb Angle, Angle Bldg. vvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvv '7‘ Wanted AMA AA AAAAA‘ AAA LANDSCAPING Years of experience in lawn making. Contract or 50¢ an l l I phone 17F1. 5-27. 6-27 1M. .- FILMS DEVELOPED 25¢ per roll Free Enlargement coupon with each roll. FIR DRUG STORE LARGE SIZE Duplicating SALES BOOKS 15¢ Each-I )r 55¢ per dozen We also take orders for all kinds bcrnien's Building. Shel‘ of special—— I PRINTED SAI ES BOOKS Our prices are an low or lower than outside salesmen can quote you. THE JOURNAL LAWN MOWERS SHARPENED Keys made washing ma- chines repaired ——~ specialist in fine mechanical repairs and upholstery. Handy Man Shop Mason County Maps LARGE Mason County Township maps $1.00. Also maps of Olympic Peninsula, Puget Sound Country and State 50c to $1.00. The Journal No. 1432 NOTICE TO CREDITORS TO FILE I‘LAIMS In the Superior Court of the State of Washington in and for the Coun- ty of Mason, In Probate. IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE: of ESTHER C. GRISDALE. DE- CEASED. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that Letters of Administration on he above estate were granlod to the undersigncd on the 17th day of May. 1941. by the said Superior Court. NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN. that all persons having claims against said estate are required to serve the same with the necessary vouchers up- on thc undersigned at the Law Ol- fice of Alden C. Baylcy. Title _In— surancc Building, Shelton, washing— ton, that being the place d0s1gnated for the transaction of the busmess of the estate, within six months as ter the date of the first publication of this notice. towit: Within months after the 20th day .of May. 1941. and file the same With the Clerk of this Court, together_w1tli proof of such service, or they Will be forever barred. Dated this 20th day of May. 1941. J. W. GRISDALE. Administrator of the Estate 01' Esther C. Grisdale, Deceased. ALDEN C. BAYLEY, Attorney for Admin- , , istrator, Title Insurance Building, Shelton. Washington. 5-20-27. 6-3-10—4t. No. 1436 NOTICE TO CREDITORS In the‘ Superior Court of the State of Washington for Mason County, In Probate. IN THE. MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF MAYME E. TAYLOR, Deceased. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the Undersigned, Allan L. Bell. has been appointed and has qualified as Executor of “the Estate and Last Will and Testament of Mayme E. Taylor, Deceased, and that all persons hav- ing claims against the said Deceased or the said Estate are hereby requir- ed to serve the same, duly verified, with the necessary vouchers attach- his Attorney of Record. at the ad- dresses hereinbelow given, and file such claims. tice, to—wit: claims will be forever barred. of first publication. May 27th. 1941. A AN L. BELL, tate of Mayme Building, 4th Street. W. CHAS. R. LEWIS. Attorney for said Ex- ecutor, Suite 1. Lum- bermen's Building, Shelton, Mason Coun- ty. Wash. ’ 174110-517-411. Washington. ow... six, ed upon the undersigned Executor, or together with proof of service with the Clerk of the above entitled Court, within six months af- ter the first publication of this No- May 27th, 1941, or said Date E. cutor of the EEsz- Taylor. Deceased. Bell Shelton, Mason Coun~ hour. Eight years in Shelton. Plovie, 726 So. First, corner Mill Street. 6-3—5—2t. l 1 WANTED: home for “kids dog.” Fine childrens playmate. Inquire 323 Cookson or Journal office. I WILL BUY cottonwood logs deg-l livered to Olympia Port Dock} James Bradner at dock or eve- nings, Stuart Hotel. 5-22—6-24—10t WANTED: 110-volt light plant, automatic Delco or Kohler, 600— watt or larger. Write V. E. Irvin, 329 N. 73rd St., Seattle. 6-3——1t. VVVVVVVVVVV "v'V CVVVVVVV Lost and Found- FOUND: small row boat. Richard Schaufler, Lilliwaup, Wash. S—6-3-5—10-12—4t. I I l I IREWARD for return of billfold I containing money and private papers. Jack Renskers. Inquire Journal office. 6—1—1t. ' mvv V 7' vvvvvvvvvvm‘v‘ Used Cars mvvvvvvvvv 1938 BUICK 4-door touring se- dan, nicely equipped, 4 new tires. New car guarantee $645 1937 BUICK 5 passenger coupe. radio, heater, new brakes, new paint .................................... .. $545 1937 CHEVROLET DeLuxe 4 dr. sedan, radio, heater, spot light, ;. new paint .......................... .. $495 I 1937 CHRYSLER R0 yal Coupe. new paint, 4 new tires .... .. $495 1938 Pontiac “8" business coupe. Radio, heater, low mileage $595 1936 CHEVROLET, radio, heater, new paint ............................ .. $885 1933 STUDEBAKER sedan, excel- lent condition thruout, radio $325 I 1933 ‘PONTIAC COUPE. N ew ‘ paint .................................... .. $185 Several Model A’s ...... .. $85 $125 l Better Values Lower Prices 1 a stronger guarantee you’ll‘ ' not find anywhere! All ’41 state tested . BOB ERVIN t I i 1 FOR SALE: Late 1939 Fiat. Driven only 9,000 miles. Will sell cheap. E. A. -Mork, Rt. 3, Arcadia Road, Shelton. M. 5-27. 6—5——4t. FOR SALE: $200 discount on 1941 Special ,De L 11 x e 4-passenger Plymouth coupe. Radio, heater, group “A” accessories. Call 465-W or inquire Richfield of- fice. 6—3-5L«2t; 25c A DAY for $5,000 accident in- surance. Don’t take any trip withou tit. Issued ‘whiie you wait. See Herb Angie. NOTICE OF “'ATER RIGHT APPLICATION NO. 5440 State of Washin ton Office of Su- pervisor of Hy mullcs Ol mpia. TO WHOM IT MAY CON RN: Notice is hereby given that Blake D. Mills, Trust and . W, Cady, Jr. of Belfair, State of" ashington. un- der date of May 1. 1941. filed with the State Supervisor of Hydraulics, Olympia, Washington. an application for a permit to divert the public wa- ters of an unnamed spring. tributary of Hood Canal, in the amount of 0.02 second foot. subject to existing rights, continuously for the purpose of do- mestic supplies; that the approximate point of diversion is located within NEl/l of SW14 of Section 9, Town— ship 22 N., Range 2 W'. W. in Mason County. A map showing the locationéand plan of said diversion and the place of the proposed use is on file in the office, of the State Su- pervisor of Hydraulics, Olympia, WashingtonI together with such oth- er information as is required by law. Any person,.firni or corporation whose right Will be injuriously af- fected by said application may file with the State Supervisor of Hyd- raulics, at Olympia, Washington. such objections or representations, in writ- ing. as he may desire to make. with- in thirty (30) days after date of last figlicatinn, which date is June 3. Witness my hand and official seal this 2nd dav of May. A. D. 1941. CHAS. J. BARTHOLET. Stale Supervisor of Hydraulics. (SEAL) 51-27. (I-fl—Qt. Page Five __ __ ___.___ __—_ n." For Rent t RATES MM“ Au¢u On Classified Advertisements 10 cents a line (5 words) first insertion, attractively low rates on subsequent insertions. Min- imum charge 40c. Classified advertisements ac- cepted over the telephone from phone subscribers. Cash should accompany all other orders or payment made before the first of .the month to save expense of billing. An extra charge of 10c will be made when billing is necessary. Card of thanks 500. Classified Display Rates on Request. Phone 100 mvwwvvvvvvvvnm For Sal WAAAM.-A AmAw FOR SALE: $59.95 newrange only $49.95. Also used wood range with coil. Western Sup- ply Co., 218 N. First. 5-27-29. 6—3-5—4t. PIANO FOR SALE: will sacrifice small studio piano near Shel- ton and will accept most any terms for quick sale. Your old piano taken in trade. Write Baldwin Piano Distributors, 115 East Tenth Street, Vancouver, Washington. 5-29-—6-3-3—3t. FOR SALE: Underwood portable typewriter, good condition. Used very little. See it at Journal. Price“ $22.50 cash. 5—29—6-10‘4t. SEED POTATOES son s1an J. S. Carmen, phone 14-F-41. 6-3—1t FOR SALE OR TRADE REAS- ONABLE: one Jersey bull, eli— gible for registration; one heifer. Inquire at 219 South Second, Apartment 1. C—6-2-5-10-12—4t STRAWBERRIES FOR S A L E: $1.25crate. You bring contain— ers and pick. J. S. Carmen, phone 14—F-41. 6-3-5—2t. FOR SALE: horse colt, 12 months old. Weight 1.000 pounds grown. $25. Nalleys on Lower Skokom- ish. D—6-3—5—2t. USED FURNITURE Wood ranges, heaters, beds, springs, breakfast sets, dav- enports and chairs, tables, washing machines, radios. Reasonably priced Olsen Furniture Co. USED‘ APPLIANCES l—Kelvinator Refrigerator like new _.....$89.50 1—«Montag range .. 29.50 l—Superior range . 27.50 1»Lang range ........ .. '. 27.50 l—Lang range ............ .. .. 24.50 1—Incinerator, all white .. 17.50 1—Laundry stove ........ .. .. 12.50 1—Norge washer . .. 29.50 l—Norge washer .. 24.50 1——Voss Washer .......... .. . 17.50 1—Thor washer -. 17.50 1—-A.B.C. washer 1—Combination electric and wood range, nearly new.. 99.50 1—~Automatic gas hot water heater ....... ....................... .. 24.50 Easy Terms 1 Free Delivery NASH BROTHERS USED DEPARTMENT 117 Cota Shelton nousub'u'if'éfl Am- ALDEN c. BAYLEY ATTORNEY AT LAW Title Insurance Building Opposite First National Bank Phone 23 Shelton —-—. __.'oc.~—v_,-. iNsunANcs HERBERT G. ANGLE Office at Angle Building ELLIOT B. SPRING Accounting Tax Services Bookkeeping Systems , 123 4th St. Phone 565 Painting Papering Interior Decorating GEO. A. McCREARY Phone 559-J Shelton, Wn. DOANE BRODIE Attorney-At-Law Angle Building Phone 337 CHARLES R. LEWisJ ATTORNEY AT LAW \ Suite 1 L. M. Bldg. , The dollar value of goods, per worker, prodhced by American factories in 1914 was about $3,- 000. According to the 1940 Cen- sus, value of goods produced, per .\Vorker. was $7,200. Shelton, Washington