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June 10, 1941     Shelton Mason County Journal
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Page Six ..__ -m—rv.w ___.....__.,.._ CALENDAR agles Stage Picnic For Schoolboy Patrol, '1 Y r V ,7 "WM... , C 0 l 'I‘chty—two members of the, Shelton Schoolboy patrol were} guests at the Shelton Eagles, \VEDNESDAY ~- Basebad victory ‘ A‘erie at their second annual pic-I banquet honoring Shelton high nlc outing at TV-Ianoh State park school team. 6:30 p. 1r... Shel- Sunday, June 1. with George N. ton Hotel. ;Adams acting as gei'.er'al chair- THI'RSDAY»WSheltc-n Chamber . mm" M arrangements- of Commerce Juzlc meeting, . "‘nming, various sports and, 6:30 dinner, Shel‘i :1 Hotel. Ply:- ltily cats were enjoyed by the Fred. Stuck Mrs. 8. charge of the menu and Russell Lamb charge of transportation. wood industry talk. THI’RSDAYV City ball, 6 p. nu. games. rug). soft- two lcl Loop Journal \i'ant-Adf-i—Pholle 100 , MAUI! ROSE. Ca-Winner With Flo'y , Davis in "II SOO-Miie Indianapolis v, Race May 3OIII. Averaged ‘II5.l11 Miles per Hour on Firestone Gurn- Dipped Tires Without a Tire Change or Tire Trouble of Any Kind. LASHING‘down the straightaways at speeds as high as 160 miles an hour, Mauri Rose streaked to‘victory in the 1941 Indianapolis Sweepstakes without a tire change. 500 miles of grinding, pounding, torturing speed — and not one tire failedl Here’s proof of safety — proof of blowout protection proof of endurance — proof of tire superiority backed not merely by claims, but by PERFORMANCE? For 22 consecutive years all the winning drivers in this great classic of speed and endurance have driven to victory on Firestone Tires. Why? Because race drivers know that their very lives depend upon the safety of their tires. They have made it their business to know how tires are built. And they know from experience that the patented and exclusive construction features found only in Firestone Tires provide the extra strength and durability necessary to safety and victory! ‘ Every Firestone Tire Curries a lifetime Guarantee. LIBERAL ALLOWANCE ON YOUR OLD TIRES" Come In TODAY! ‘4 The same super-safety and dependability that .are built into Firestone Tires for the speedway are also built into the new Safti—Sured Firestone DeLuxe Champion Tires for the highway. Both are SaftivSured against blowouts by the patented Safevaock Gum—Dipped cord body. Both are Safti-Sured for longer wear by the exclusive new Vitamic rubber‘compound. Profit by the experience of famous race drivers. Equip your car today with a set of these new Firestone DeLuxe Champion Tires the world’s first and only tires that are Safti-Sured. firestonc' SPEED TIRES First Quality — longer mileage - 3r’eater blowout protection—greater non-skid safety—less cost per mile. Finest High Speed , '7' . Tire Firestone ever built. Equip today. 5103.5. IIIO YOUR OLD TIRE ‘3' THE NEW Sa/li -Sured ' I‘QSIOIIO 2);» axe CHAMPION TIRES THE ONLY TIRES MADE THAT ARE SAFETY-PROVE!) ON THE SPEEDWAY FOR YOUR PROTECTION ON THE HIGHWAY firestorm CONVOYI TIRES 5 4.15- at such a low price. 5-0049 Here’s thousands “"‘Y‘W'mdn” of extra miles of dependable service. We know of no other tire that delivers so much mileage and safety Come in and get your cainplimentary package of the new Idaho". Hutton Marigold flower seeds. They are your: Iar the asking. Coast Pulp All :paper mill workers of VVashing-I was in I, 1 here today. ‘ Cl'S l fol' ‘ will receive a week's vacation With SHELTON-M ASON COUNTY .lOl lRN A Ti T c: c. Richangon, . I P a p e r Workers Pickering Dicsi COHLFHCLI Charles Curtis Richardson, 72,. .resident of the Pickering Passage! community for eleven years, diedf at his home there Sunday after: a short illness. ‘ No funeral arrangements have| been announced yet. I Mr. Richardson is survived byI his wife, Florence May, one daugh- ;ter, Beverly, both residing at the, The contract covers 15,000 work-1l gicfiirénlgxgigeb twgotsgng’f I m 33 mills and is effecuvelsman Ariz.~ three brothers 1% I for one year from June 1. M O’f Wang. Walla Rex M‘ of, The contract was drawn hereiLCL’S Angeles and Ro‘y C of épm, week and _p’:esel‘ted to theIkane; four sisters, Mrs. Minerva ocals of the International Broth- , R Johnson Spokane Mrs Flora erhood Of Pulp’ sulphite and Pa' Pearce, Hamilton, Mont, Mrs! permill workers and the Intel“ ’ Caroline Abel, Berman, Mont., and , Portland, June 6.7Pulp and ton, Oregon and California rati-' fied by a 13 to 1 vote margin a contract granting pay increases and a liberalized vacation pro-‘ gram, union officials announced blggfitlfglEOd of Paper- Miss Adele Richardson, San Frail- E" . ' . . cisco; and five granddaughters. ase pay f0! men ls Increasedl Mr. Richardson was born in 10 cents an hour to 75 cents, and, women to 621/: cents. A“ , Wisconsm in September, 1868. employes of two years’ standing Boy Scouts (Continued from Page One) pay. Vote Tota:s Given I Pulp and Sulphite union work-1mg Chairman, both of Olympia,l crs; favored the contract 5482 to and Don van Doom, Chehalis dis-’ 380 and” Papermaker union WOI‘k' I trict commissioner; as well as a ers 2194 t to 181, E. B. Lambton. I staff of judges consisting of James Vice-In‘eSldent of the Papermak- Amunds, Shelton; Bill Inks, Olym- i 01‘s, and John Sherman. flfth vice- pia; Kenneth Chase, Chehalis; Dr. president of the Pulp and Sui-.Ben Briggs, Shelton; and C. phite Workers, announced. Thacker, Olympia, the latter act- The pay increase will total $3,—. ing as chief scorekeepcr. 000.900 annually. J. H. Smith. The boys opened their two dayi preSldent of the Pacific Coast program Saturday morning, andi Pulp and Paper Manufacturers" ' t I judges began making the roundsi assomation, said, boosting the an- almost immediately so that checks 1, {null payroll in the 33 mills to ' were made during every phase of} $30,000,000. (In Rayonier’s Shel- , the program. A campfire program ‘ ton division alone the increased! under direction of Don Van Dorm! , wages Will bOOSt DayCheCkS 0f 10‘ I scout commissioner of the Cen—' Ical workers by about $100,000). tralia district, was held Saturday I vanty Washington mills’ work- night and a Sunday morning If‘l'b‘ Will receive $2,000,000 0f the church service completed the so- I lncrillse, he said. Workers in I cial and religious portions of the fclght California mills will receich affair, Ia $500,000 increase and in five Patrols earning “A” ratings in- ‘ Oregon mills, $650,000. cluded Sea Gull and Flying Eagle Lnicn officials said the paonf Troop 3; Lone Wolf, Troop 6,; I scale is the highest in the United: and Flying Eagle, Troop 4, all of; States for similar work. [Olympian and Beaver, Stag andf '"rvww —~ 'l Staff patrols of Troop 22 and the‘: . gPine Tree, Troop 20, of Chehalis.| Surfaang Pr0]ect I Patrols awarded “B” ratingsl; (Continued fl'ulll Page One) patrol name’ number and Cityi ‘ ‘ ~_,_ listed, respectively, include Hawk,| ,strcets was drawn by City En-IPeeWit mid HIPPO 0f Troop 23' gincer Bur-well Bantz and adopt-I Flying Eagle and Beaver Troop: ed by the council to be sent 'to all Of Olympia? MOhaka Kan‘ the state highway department for ' gamo and Pamherv all Of Troop, approval. The city will spend 7. Lacey; Otter and Panther Pa‘; approximately $5000 on its end of 11'013» Troop 25? Staff: Troop 12» Ethe project. and Frontiersmen, Troop 10, all‘ I Other business of Thursday’s 0f Shelton: ‘JaCkass patmI' T1100“ council session were largely of a 28; cent-Talia» and Green R‘Verl mmo, nature and routine. land Coocoo patrols, Troop 20, andI I Mayor Stevenson told the coun— I Flying Eagle Patmly TI'OOP 21% oil of the difficulties which have all of ChehaliS- H Ibeen encountered in securing PatrOIS rated as "C were the Itransportation for the cast iron Raveni “'00? 6, and Slag, troop Ipipe for the new water improve- 2, of Olympia; Eagle of troop 12:, ment project so City Attorney HaWk and Ranger Patmls “‘90? Charles R. Lewis was instructed 10' 0f Shenon» and the CObI‘ai,pa- .to get in touch with Purcell and-| “'01, troop 27. Centralla- ,‘ Company and find out if the firm 1 “ is in position to live up to its Ioriginal bid. ; The. Standard Icontract for use of the city dock at $50 a month was renewed on the same basis as the previous contract, covering a five-year per— Oil ‘ iod with option to renew for an‘ company’s additional five years. Sidewalk Improvements Coming A motion was passed empower- ‘ing the sidewalk committee to linstall sidewalk improvements as .reported by Supt. Brewer and [Engineer Bantz was directed to set grades for sidewalks at Bon‘ deaux grade school. The street committee reported . on Engineer Bantz' report of sur- 'vcy of Euclid street by the Fisk residence in which it was found there was plenty of room for a' road, the present road being on private property. Ordinance 335, which would prohibit issuance of building per- Imits for using public streets for I business purposes, was given first reading. Clinton Haupt’s request that the r city help maintain the dike in his vSCCLlOn of the city east of First ‘street was referred to the street ,committee for study. , Mrs. Martha Deer appeared be- fore the council to protest poorly kept parking strips in the north end of the city. Needham Store I Opens Saturday i After six weeks of preparation, the M. H. Needham Men‘s Wear Istorc will definitely hold its for— jmal public opening next Satur- , day, Proprietor Maurice Needham I announced today. I I Ne/west business among Shel- ton’s retail establishments, the Needham Men’s Wear store is 10- l cated on Railroad Avenue between IFirst and Second streets in the ; quarters formerly occupied by the lHack Gift and Jewelry store. i I ...__\ LaFOLLETTES VISIT Mr. and Mrs. Carson LaFollette, I former Shelton residents are spending a few days with Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Anderson. Mr. LaFol— lette, formerly assistant manager of the local J. C. Penney store, is now manager of the Penney store in Pomeroy, Washington. The La- Follette’s will visit Long‘view and Portland before returning home next Sunday. Go fast. Go slow- I HOME you trouble. That is, O Convenient Terms 1 O Reasonable Rates O NO DELAY I I I I V I I I I I I I I I I I I I Mason County Savings & Loan Association Title Insurance Bldg. traffic zone into another. 30 Tonsil Operations Performed In Clinicj Thirty tonsilectomics were per-‘ formed during the annual spring tonsil clinic conducted at Shelton, Friday; and Saturday with the Red Cross.I Kiwanis Club, Mason County, the individual j Hospital last Thursday, hospital, and all the doctors pooling their resources. Twenty-four of the cases were last Iweek while six had been perform-I ed during spring vacation some} weeks earlier, but still part of the performed the three days clinic. SON FOR ROUTE 1 COUPLE Mr. and Mrs. Vernon James of. 1 Route 1 became parents of a baby l son born at Shelton hospital last Thursday evening. SON BORN SUNDAY Mr. and Mrs. Fred Westfall of Shelton became parents of a baby, son born at Shelton hospital Sun-I, day. HOSPITAL PATIENT Arvid Hansen, McCleal-y Tim-r ber plant employe, was admitted. I to Shelton hospital today for med- ‘ lcal attention. CLEANING HELPS PROLONG THE LIFE OF YOUR CLOTHES Yes, sir, that's a fact. Fre- quent cleaning makes your clothes Wear longer because quality, careful cleaning gent— ly removes oils and grime that deteriorate fabric fibres and dull patterns and colors. Modern methods, and skilful handling insure the long life of garments cleaned by us. Mason County Steam Laundry & Dry Cleaners PHONE 88 Have you discovered how smoothly you get instant speed with Finer Flying A? Go fast again. Out of one At one of these traffic speeds y0ur car probably gives with ordinary gasoline. Maybe it’s at 25 miles per hour. Maybe only at 45. Or maybe your motor balks only when you step on the gas for quick pick up. But you need nor have this trouble any- more because here’s a gasoline smooth at every speed. "'5 gasolines blended into one. FamedPoly- merized gasoline is one of the seven. Cracked gasoline is one. Recently developed Alleylatetl gasoline is an- other. Reformed, S()ll‘mt-1'6fit1ecl, Straight-rm; and Natural gasolines complete the lucky seven. Each fuel has its own special job to do in Finer Flying A. One Finer Fl lNDS‘W’At‘A’l‘lON‘ Sl'l‘S“”” """" I, Mrs. Mae D. Lusk, L. M. book— ‘ keeper, returned to her home here late last Week after spending two ,weeks visiting friends and rel- atives first at Lake Sammish in VI’hatcom county, then in Seattle. Quality ESTATE APPRIAISERS ' Lake In a superior court order signed Saturday by Judge D. F. Wright,. appraisers of the estate of the 'late Mayme E. Taylor were ap- pointed as J. E. Martin, F. C. Willey and L. A. Carlson. Sports Council ‘ president of BOY BORN MONDAY A baby son was born yesterday i at Shelton hospital to Mr. and Mrs. I Sterling McGuire of Shelton. for treatment. I i I I I I I CHRYSLER‘S Fluid Drive makes you feel excited as a kid with a new toy! You set the gearshift lever in "high" and you don‘t touch lever or clutch again. Traffic jams . . . sroplights . . . no matter! You glide along without the jerking, interrupting nuisance of gear- shifting. Fluid Drive does all the work! There’s nothing else like it for BE MODERN wmr FLUID AND VA CAMATIC TRANSMISSION“ 407 S. First fuel keeps your motor smoorh on the hard pull . . . another reduces knock at traffic speeds . . . another as- sures smoothness at higher speeds, etc. All are blended into Finer Flying A to keep your motor smooth at every speed. Give it a trial. Put in a tankful of this scientific blend. D15cover how smoothly you pick up speed With Finer Flying A. Go fast, go slow. Go fast again—smooth at every speed. Makes traveling easier. Wlmt a pleasure it is to find a romfort stir/ion light and clean. And always a supply of soup, Mime, paper Iow'els—imd sanitary, disposable seat rovers. Every hour Associated Comfort Sta/ions are impeded, cleaned up and supplies replenished. To be sure of cleanliness look for [be ASIDfld/(‘ll Cerli/ietl Clean Comforl station xign~ “For Baby, Too.” TIDE WATER ASSOCIATED OIL COMPANY yingA- at ASSOCIATED DEALERS 'Ellis At Soap For Two Week Sta.) Harold Ellisjvproprietor of the Cleaners, I yday to spend two weeks at Soap; left here Sun—' .T i' , During the time there he. F I. V They Bring C. v. expects to attend the quarterly: meeting of the Washington State. June 14 and 15. the Sportsmens Association. at VVenatchee. U0 He is actingi HOSPITAL BO Hood Canall Delivered anywhm’s- PATIENT AT HOSPITAL Martin Petrie of Belfair was ad— mitted to Shelton hospital today; MOTORISTS or SHELT Try a tmzkful today and feel the drflereme Tuesday, June'1 Listen to O. M. Orton I at 7:00 Tuesday. June Lake I I I yo“ I I I and Happii‘G ,- FUNERAL DESI Travis Floral Shelton HardW Phone 232 smoorhness and quiet. And you’ idea how much effou you save Wh, you drive hour after hour merely 5‘“ ,1 ing and watching .the world go bi“ ‘ would you like to drive’a Chris” today? Call us up for a demonstraflo . FINER FLYING A IS 7 GASOLINES IN ONE