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“rilune 12, 1941‘:‘ SHELTON—M ASON you CAN’T SELI; UNTIL you FIND A BUY_|§_R! USE Wham \ '3' Come I Giant Tanks Lumber Assembly Lines pen to H1gh , :7"'_Eraduates *4. O #11 0 I’d E3 CD $33 . O pad Cid Q E (I) O Err: 34> ’3 0 int CD ,CL E21 gnu-As SE. 5% ‘_ 1 graduates who are 2.“ bilcome pilots in the , A1? Corps now have lty under a new ed by Congress and a; President, creating . Awation Cadet in Corps and author- tary of War to de— “len in the army for .“ tslllstruction as avia- -m their respective sch001 graduates need f0” such training, “an as soon after July atl‘ative details can H They will be paid 4,3“ and after they ed their future will Sfter winning their ,ofp’m fly as non-com- rlcerS. These enlist- sfilldents will be is- thm government life 9 premium to be fiyernment while they med, by themselves mRTHOLES FOR pummel/Ilsa new 409 a. s. wmcm . AiR-COOLED ENGINE ' .vogmeo w your an“ places Army Fly- bas, a uniform pay and 15 with those of the and Marine Corps. between the ages of “years, inclusive, will . . .ferencc. V 3:11 Standard required 1 w, Pllots will not be i 111 be the same as “g cadets. 0f accredited second- ewho have credits for cznd 1tine-half units _ wi be accepted wIthout examination. M, 3 M WEIG LENGTH: is FEET HEIGHT: a FEET asses: To 50 MPH 'Amer' ' ' ‘ M 3’ the army's new 284% tank, is heavily armed and is designed for speed and maneuverabil- ity as well as power. . 1‘ bein 'd d .completgionc%’§slt,:§$,_ BY DAVID A. STEIN America is Berwick, Pa, where N order now are 5500 tanks, I‘ ‘ u '9“ pilot, the high ARLY in 1942, the U. s. Ar- the American Car and. Foundry to be built at a cost of up- at Co. is turning out 15 tanks 9 day. proximately $200,000,000. Each t8 would be appoint- , asergeant, 3rd Class, i WithStaff Sergeant in. ‘ 6 pay of $108 per 0’1 _flight duty. letlng a three year would be appoint- . «a _ Class, 'yv'l‘echnlcal Sergeant and d nth. rawmg $126 "Enlist | to lvi my will have 5500 modern war tanks. Production has al- ready begun on the mammoth “hell buggies” and they are lum- bering off assembly lines in ever- increasing numbers. Fast light tanks weighing 12 tons and carrying .50 and .30 [caliber machine guns, can cross difficult terrain at speeds between 35 and 60 miles an hour. Medi— um 25-ton tanks and the new M 3, 28-ton tank carry heavy ar- mament and can travel at speeds between 25 and 50 miles an hour. Whole new plants have been built to meet the army’s tank requirements. Tank capital of Wivell Herd Butterfat Lead In May Become The mixed grade herd of Edgar Kautzen led the Thurston—Mason Dairy Herd Improvement Assoc- iation for the month of May, with an average of 45.4 pounds of but- terfat per cow. The average feed cost dfpr this herd was 14c per , r0 poun s of butterfat, or about 50 ' , A$?ésgorlggafiggg‘ less than the average for the As- ‘ v ’ ', sociation. The average for the ' 22 herds containing 646 cows wa5l 33.3 pounds of buttorfat per cow, and was approximately 4 pounds, tank requires about 17,000 parts, and the blueprints alone weigh l 186 pounds. A set of 2800 blue- prints is required for a tank, and 2300 rivets must be driven into it. The U. S. Army has learned . its Jessons from the success of the axis tanks in panzer divisions. American tanks are designed to outfight and outfire any of those which have run roughshod over Europe. ‘ Chrysler has built a tank plant in Detroit covering 800,000 square feet of floor space and capable of producing 10 tanks daily. The Baldwin Locomotive Co. and the American Locomo- tive Co. have government orders for tanks. :1: 5i * ANKS are highly mobile fort- resses, equipped with con- centrated gunfire. Their armor protection is two inches thick. Guns sweep all avenues of ap- proach. They’re tough, and they smash obstacles and sweep over tough terrain with ease. Upon his third ment, he would ' Flight Sergeant, ~ rank as a Master Day of $207.90. years, of service, tots. 1st Class, would J participate in a fiammation for ap- e Warrant Officers, NEXT WEEK: The Leather- necks Prepare for Defense. d. Pilots will be en- “lg, subsistence and aices normal to their I'my. ESEEN IN E PLANES essibiuty that Wash-, great stand of' may be used for! ex- day by Lieut. 00le .s shOrtage ma ' . y occur 0: the Stepped-up air- -ion _ Said pgggansl’ VCOII more than the previous month. I I _' mmpémes 9‘ er: In the same class for herds from are ma ' 15 to 30 cows inclusiv'e, Keith “1 the wood situation here it Campbell was second with a herd. 0f.._Commerce an- .__ rattan of~a pro- ' ring new and in(lustries to the Se- gfigxy m tz‘atlnersn ?;7:I:§ecg£v37.2 pounds of butter- i e’s S'a t .' F . l “horny after thing: In the class for herds under/1.) 4:. I’VE BEEN fiff'flflc I cows, A. Poissner was first with an average of 39.4 pounds of but- ! terfat per cow. A. A. Nelson was I second with 39.3 pounds of butter- fat per cow. In the class for herds over 30 cows, the herd of the Charles H. Wivell Dairies, Incorporated, again led the class with an average ofI 40.6 pounds of butterfat per cow, at an average feed cost of 14c per pounds of butterfat. The herd of Weiks Brothers was second in 'the same class, with a herd av— erage of 39.2 pounds of butter- fat per cow, at the average feed cost of 15c. . Both of these two herds, and the one of Edgar Kautzen had approximately the Same cost per pounds of butterfat. This can be accounted for by the excellent r pastures, and that the cows in these three herds were fed grain]: according to their production. At this time of the year, many of the dairymen are busy putting I THEM READY FOR swim. I 893:8“. Planned. ted: Chamber presi- pa _a subcommittee of ’e‘t; 1ndustrial commit- e 4.four surveys. The ,1: coordinated with Giulttee under D. K. “at. airman of the smndl-defensei group. NWIll be conducted ewell, statistician, asSlstant to D. C. 0f the Chamber’s tmerit. . Will- include stu- el'lals used in the , 9nd wooden ships, A_lt‘craft Compahy, 10h now must be crOm other parts of - , .auSe they are not . 1“ Seattle. AND “in”: IR SKILL!” a v Be in their ensilage for the» coming ' e indggfigg'gtes .n, winter. For many of these dairy- °~Pea will be surve 1d: men, it would also be a soun , which can be ad yet lpractice to put up ensilage in the imd‘advanta 8:351 early summer that will be fed in , types of gums Ithe drier summer months whenl study will bepmadéI the pastures are short. By d0- '9; in this are th t: ing this, they will be able to fur-- a a nish their cows with a good qual- III“: :IIW éd {lhdt I 0 manufacmrmg ity succulent at all seasons of the: year. I “a” chairman of the = mmlttee, said the ‘ It“33's will be made Conferring with . .”I’&rts of the na- '0t' 8’ out to them the : moving into this W.,Foster L. Mc- most favorable The average motor vehicle in the United States has an annual burden, of federal, and state taxes of about $60, as compared With $35 only a decade ago. sources Planning Board made .pub- lic a twelve-point program for : neral . . fimbeg: will 113183116 long-range development of “the, , 6 program. Pacific Northwest and a Simple" t °f #5010 0 mental report for developmen Alaska. u, . ’. 8 National Re— WER SWA L RENT CONTRACT ‘ 1‘s —- Pile Drivers —— Gas Shovels , cks— Logging Trucks & Trailers .iCLEARING and EXCAVATING, Information and Estimates Free ROY KIMBEL Agent g“ rRICI-IFIELD PRODUCTS ‘ ' Shelton "l GUESS THE KID wILI: NEVERTAMOUNT TO ANYTHING--—WHEN I ,whsnlsgIcEli As SWALLOWING SAFETY PINS ‘EvERY Dori" Despite progre'ss, ~ electrical ,there 18 still a market for glassl Ilamp chimneys. Manufacturers’ reports to the Census showed an annual production .U. S. lamp chimney factories at 1,663,409 dozens. I Bureau. The four largest U. S. copper mines each annually produce 80 million pounds of copper, and to- Bureau gethcr account for nearly one-half in of the total copper mined in the U. S., according to‘the Census COUNTY JOURNAIJ Real Estate lassified Service I BENEFIT CARD PARTY spon- sored by Junior Odd Fellows at FOR SALE: 5—room modern house, furnished or unfurnished. $2800 termfi Phone 3284 (If 45991-3 tf Hall, Tuesday, June 17; _ _ ' ‘ 'l at 8:30 p. m. Admission 25¢ per- FOR SALE: six room house and] son' Everyboay come‘ 0-6-12.“ SHELTON FURNITURE UP- holstering, furniture recovered and rebuilt, free estimates, 714 Ellinor Ave. Joe Nussbaumcr, proprietor. Phone 590-W. 5—20--6—20—1M room house, Chevrolet coupe and trailer, reconditioned, 1927' Buick sedan, outboard motor. M. L. Kolmorg‘nn, Route 3. 5—29——6-29—1M. I I I I I I I I l 21/: acres on Arcadia Road. 5- I l I I I I I I I WATERFRONT BARGAIN Quar— ter .iile 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.l 5-15--6-26——13t. 5 l . I I I I I I I I FOR SALE: 10 acres on Big Skoo- ' hum Bay, beach in front of 30- 5 acres, 6-room house, furnace; fireplace, bath, fruit, berries,' garden, ruining water. Mrs.‘ Mable Elson, Route No. 3. I 6-10-12-1743t. _w._..,_' __-— ..VA....__._ I FOR 'SALE: 7-room house and 2 lots. Beverly Heights. $2100, terms. Inquire Journal. 874—6-12-17-19—24—4t. i ANDREWS PHOTO STUDIO]! I I __.,. BULLDOZING, grading, excavat- ing, etc. Reasonable rates. Sce Clarence Wivell Lorraine Dairy, 4-r50m house. Nicol I yard, garden and flowers. ln— phone 17F}, 5-27, 6-27-1301. 'sidc city-Inquire 636 Bcllevue. ' B -~6-12-24~~4t. FOR. SALE ‘ '4—room unfinished home, with 2 large tracts of land, good well and raspberry and strawberry‘ patches. Plenty of wood on property. Close in. A renti beater at $1,000, with $75.00 down and $20.00 per month, 6% interest. 20-acres more or less located on Spcl'lcer Lake. Good beach and I good fishing. Located in quiet spot and a good buy at $1,000. Terms. 25¢ per roll Free Enlargement each roll. FIR DRUG STORE coupon with LARGE SIZE Duplicating SALES BOOKS 505 Each Jr 55¢ per dozen FOR SALE , BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY Good going store on well traveled‘ road and fully equipped and, stocked, gasoline pumps, oil andI air service also. Includes 4-rm. modern home and 3 acres of’ land. Busy district surrounding. If you are interested in a goodI ,busincss proposition with good? easy income I would be glad to We also take orders for all kin of special— ' PRINTED SALES BOOKS 1 Our prices are an low or lower than outside salesmen can quote show you this property. CashI you. _ THE JOURNAL price or terms. Also nice modern home in good, 0 condition and well located? $4500.00 terms. This i_s all any- . one should want in a nice home. I computed for oakland Bay (Hood Canal tides are one hour JOURN AL ‘WANT A vvvm i For Rent AW‘AAAA‘.‘ ‘MA‘ A“ “A FURNISHED APARTMENTS forl borough Apts, Second and Knee- rent (2 and3rooms). Good lo-I cation. Very reasonable. Golds- .i I land Streets, Shelton. 5711.} AVAILABLE June 5: 3 roomI ROR RENT: two pleasant sleep—I, FOR RENT: ' FOR RENT: new two-room apart- FOR HOUSE FORVRENT: a miles as FOR RENT: h-room houso’S25; . _ . IIWANTED: $1,638,911 richer today as a ,re- v sult of the payment of the Agnes H. Anderson estate of that ampun in inheritance' taxes. It was the largest single check I ever received by the tax commis- sion, and “by far the largest Siri- gle inheritance tax collection made by the state,” Tax Commissioner T. M. Jenner said. ,~,,————-— minus I National Forest Timber For. Sale Scaled bids,_will be received by the '. A Vacant. house Won't Pay gorefit Stupervisor, 113(I)3icA1817/i (‘DIluylmpizé . ' as ing on, up to . y . Taxes ' ' - Advertise 1“ 1941, for all the live timber marked or designated for cutting. and all merchan able‘dead timber located on an area embracing about 400 acres within Sections 20 and 21. ’I‘ 23 N, R 5 W., Dry Creek Watershed, Olym- pic National Forest. Washington, es— timated .to‘ be 6,070,000 feet. B.M., more or less, of Douglas-fir, 2,190,000 feet B.M. of western red cedar, and 500.000 feet B.M.'of western hemlock and other species. No bid ot less than $4.50 per Ias-fir, $4.35 per M feet B.M. for western red cedar and $0.50 per M feet B.M. for hemlock and other species will be considered. A eo- ‘operative deposxt of $0.35 per M feet EM. 'for 'timber merchantablc under ithe terms of the agreement, in addi— man war camp, this big-eyed Ition to the prices bid for the stump- I dcned by French families. At the \ iVictim of War I I I the area also will belrequired. $2,- 000.00 must be deposuted With each bid, to be applied on the purchase price. refunde , or retained in part as liquidated damages, according to conditions of sale. The right to re— ject any and all bids reserved. Be- fore bi s are submitted full informa- tion concerning the timber. the con- ditions of sale. and, the submission of bids should be obtained from the District Ranger, Hoods ort, Wash- ington, or the Forest erv1ce Post Office Building, Olympia, Washington. 6—12-26—2t. No. 1427 , NOTICE TO CREDITORS TO FILE CLAIMS In the Superior Court of‘the State of. Washington for Mason County (In Probate) His father a prisoner in a Ger- age,’ to cover the cost of slash dis- baby is one of thousands aban— , OF JAMES D.‘ MIFFLIN. Deceased. Toulouse asylum homeless waifs posal will be required. A deposit of are fed by American milk pro- $750.00 to a cooperative fund'for _the construction of a telephone line into Vided by the American Re Cross ~ tate of James D. Mifflin, deCeased, were granted to the undo the 14th day of May, said Superior Court. i \ , . 1.” I I "w" vvvvvvvvv V'VW‘I' FOR SALE & 55 minutes earlier) Small place with 1/2 acre of ex-' I cellcnt ground. 1-room- house~ Frl- Low 2:48 a.m. 5.5 ft. and cabin with garage attach-I June 13 ngh 71163-111. 9.5 ft. ed. Berries, garden and flowersI in Low: . _;2:22:p4ma-..-1.l ft. Mostly all cleared ready to cul— High 10:16 p.m. 11.6 ft. tivate. This place is close in and will make a fine home for a, sat- L'OW 4114 a.m. 5.1 ft. , couple or single party. See iti June 14 ngh 8:18 a.m. 8.8 ft. , today. Half cash, balance on, 119‘” 3106 'P-m- ‘0-2 ft- , terms ______________________________ _, $790.00i High 10:58 p.m. 11.5 ft. FOR SALE , _ I 5-room modern home, 3 bed rooms, I Jsun' L.°W 6:09.a'm‘ 4'4 ft‘ ., . . . . . . I une 15 High 9.37 a.m. . 8.1 ft.. m goon condition. Refinished m-l LOW 3.50 p m 0 9 ft 3 Side. Good yard. Why pay rent . i 5 ' '. " when you can buy a home fori ngh “‘38 p'm' 11"3 ft' as low as $250 down and $20-00. Mon. L0\\' 7216 a.m. 4.6 ft.I I per month? June 16 High 11:03 a.m. 7.6 ft. I FOR SALE Low 4:36 p.m. 1.9 ft. . I Business building in Shelton. Ren- . ! tal income. Terms. $4,600.00. Tues. High 12:15 a.m. 11.1 ft.‘ I as * 1: June 17 Low 8:03 a.m. 2.7 ft; V 1-room log cabin on Isabella High 12:45 p.m. 7.5 ft. ' Lake. Terms. $950.00. LOW 5227 pin 2-9 ft. I =l< * * I —— , 5-room modern home, with hard- Jxvneed'ils Elijgh a'E' l I wood floor, fireplace, furnace H5“; 2127 a'm' 7'9 ft' and basement, 21/2 acres of ex— ngw 6:21pm 3'8 ft' I ccllent ground, with fruit trees ' p ’ I and large chicken houses. This Thurs High 124 a_m 108 ft. will make you a fine surburban June 19 Low 9:09 a.m 1.1m, home, close in. $3450, terms may} High 3:45 p_m 8.5 ft, be arranged. Low 7:19 p.m 4.6 ft. Eielrgefgt G'Péngg‘g‘l Fri." High ’— 12—5§ a.m 10.7 ft. “g e 3' one June 20 Low 9:36 am 0.4 ft. ‘ I High 4 :45 p.m 9.1 ft. State Gets Biggest i Low 8:19 p.m 5.2 ft. 0 e 9 Sat. High 2:33 a.m. 10.6 ft. h Ck From ESta't IJune 21 Low 10:02 a.m. 43.2 ft. _g High 5:34 p.m. .7 ft. Olympia, June 7. The state was LOW 9:17 p-m- 5.6 ft. apartment and private bath. Mallows Apartment, 718 Northl,i 6th. D. 5-27—etr. II I I I ing rooms. Mrs. W A. BI‘CL.t,lI 121 East Cedar. Phone 582-J. I; B——5— 13retf. 3-room furnished apartment. Inquire at VVesternl Supply Co. MVW5—27'mtf.I I I ment, furnished. Mrs. Edith~ Whittle, Route 3, Box 1, Shel- ton. lv 6—]. t. RENT: 3-room furnishedi apartment, private bath. Mill, Street Apartments, phone 259M. 0-27rtf.i Churchill. 6-5 tf. on Matlock Road. J. month. Call 92—J, 1302 Cota S t. 6—10—194-4t FOR RENT DO YOU WANT ADDITIONAL INCOME? . Then rent this fully equippch store. Living quarters in build- ing. To reliable party only $25- per month. 9 FOR RENT 4—room modern home, close I ll] .................................... .. $16.00 I 7-room modern home, in excellent' condition. Fireplace, full base-- ment, oil burner, electric waterI heater. Large yard ________ __ 35.00 4—room furnished apt. ........ .. 35.00; 3-room furnished apt. Herb Angle, Angle Bldg. 'vv'v vvvvv‘vvvvvv —vvv vvv‘ Wanted “AMA WILL BUY cottonwood l livered to Olympia Port Dock.l James Bradner at dock or eve-I nings, Stuart Hotel. . 5-22—6—244-710’; 5A ‘AAAAa AAA GIRL WANTED for gene'ralé 1 housework. Mrs. Elmer Smith.t11L’"‘A-B-C- Phone 112-1 6-5411 I -_ I housework. Call 3691711, I Mcf6-127tf. I WANTED: Rough. work by hour or day. Reason-K FOR SALE OF. TRADE REAS— 1 1 1 I 1 mg 0 Seven WW RATES On Classified Advertisements 10 cents a line (5wordsl fir.t insertion, attractively 10V ratcs on subsequent insertions. Nil}:- imum charge 10c. Classified advertisements at:- cepted over the telephone from phonc subscribers. Cash should accompany all other orders or payment made before the first of the month to save expense of billing. All ex re. charge of 103 will be mad: when billing is necessary. Card of thanks 50.2. Classified Display Rates on Request. Phone 100 vvvvvw’v VYV’V vv v v vvvv VV "V For Sale ‘MA‘AAAA‘ -‘AAAAAAAA‘A PIANO SPJNET returned lrom at our Port Town- send SECI‘C. To be sold at re- duction, ll". 0 r. t h l y payments. \‘Cl'itc {or particulars. Adjusting Dept, King and Folk Music Co, 12! E. First St, Port Anglelcs, Wu. w rental nov.» reason dbl 3 6—1247-19-24 At ONABLE: one, Jersey hull, cli- gible for rcgi:*-;i.lu~.tiol’i; one heifer. Inquire at 212’, South Second. Apartlilcnt l. C 76-2—5-10-1277 4t USED FURNITURE Wood ra: heaters. springs, .‘ airport's :1 ll (1 chai I. washing machines, radios. Re sonably priced Olsen Furniture Co. USED APPLIANCES reiKelvinator Refrigcra'or like new ........................... £289.50 1!Montag range .. 29.50 ~—Superior range 27.50 —»Lang range . 27.50 d IlflLang range .. . ........ .. 24.50 Dogs 8'5 1—-Incinerator, all white 17.50 1-~Laundry stove ................ .. 12.50 Il—Norge we. ‘10:“ _ 29.50 ~vNorge washer . _ 24.50 $14717oss Washer . 17.50 ‘ #Thor washer ........... ._ _ 17.50 washer ................ ._ 19.50 -»-—Combinatiorl electric and wood range, nearly new” 99.50 heater ............................... .. 24.50 Girl ffdr full time l-fiAutom‘atic gas hot water Easy Terms Free Delivery NASH BROTHERS USED DEPARTMENT able. Inquire Dell Beattle, r s q l , Lower ,Skokomish Valley. I 117 (“eta whc‘to‘l Fifi-12—1772t. I vvvvvvvvvv-yvvvvvvvvvvvvs vvvvvvvvv " vvvv v 'vvvvvvv I Lost and Found I .mm -a . .FOUND: small‘row boat. Ric-hardI Schaufler, Lilliwaup, Wash. S—6-3-5—10-12—4‘ I LI . _,_ __ I LOST: rimless glasses at JUIIIOYI high school. Reward. Inquire Journal. O»5-10-12—-2t. 'VVVVVV vv vvvvvmvvrvvvv‘ Used Cars I 1938 BUICK 4-door touring se-. dan, nicely equipped, 4 new! tires. New car guarantee $645 1937 BUICK 5 passenger coupeI radio, heater, new brakes, ch paint .................................... ._ $545 1937 CHEVROLET DeLuxe 4 dr. sedan, radio, heater, spot light, new paint .......................... ._ $495 1937 CHRYSLER R o y al Coupe. new paint, 4 new tires .... .. $495 1938 Pontiac “8” business coupe. Radio, heater, low mileage $595 1936 CHEVROLET, radio, heater.I 123 4th St. new paint ............................ .. $385 .1933 STUDEBAKER sedan, excel- lent condition thruout, radio $325 1933 PONTIAC COUPE. N e w paint .................................... .. $185 Several Model A‘s ...... .. $85 — $125 Better Values Lower Prices a stronger guarantee you’ll not _find anywhere! All ’41 state tested . BOB ERVIN o o All persons having claims against: Said estate are required to serve them with the necessary vouchers upon me at the office of Julia Waldrip Ker.I 203 Cap. Park Bldg. Olympia, Wesih; mgton, within Six months after the; date of the first publication of this; notice, to-wit, within Six months af-; ter the 22nd day of May, 1941. aan file the same with the clerk of this Court together with proof of such service, or they shall be forever bar~, M feet. B.M. for Doug- I IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. That Letters of administration on the Es~ 1 43‘3"de ,gg ‘ Consolidated School District No. 309 will no longer pay interest, red. i Dated at Shelton. Wash, this 22nuI day of May, 1941. I ZOA MIFFLIN, Administratrix. JULIA WALDRIP KER. Attorney for said Estate, 203 Cap. Park Bldg, Olympia. Wash. NOTICE OF REDEMPTION 0F BONDS 41 TO 46 INCLUSIVE 0F CONSOLIDATED SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 309 OF MASON COUNTY, WASHINGTON I NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that Consolidated School District, No. 309, of Mason County, VVash- ington, calls for payment on July lst, 1941, and will on July 1st,‘ 1941, at the Office of the County Treasurer of Mason County, Washington, pay the principal and ' interest on Bonds 41 to 46 in- clusive of Consolidated School District No. 309, of Mason Coun- ty, Washington, said Bonds being dated July lst, 1911, with inter- est payable July 151; 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 5-22-29. 6-5—12—4t. I s. ~ fil‘l-‘tsfiwu l «E» I: ALDEN C. BAYIIEY ATTORNEY AT LAW 2' Title Insurance Building Opposite First National Bank Phone 23 Shelton - - I _‘_.—.— I INSURANCE HERBERT G. ANGLE Office at Angle Building ELLIOT B. SPRING Accounting Tax Services Bookkeeping Systems Phone 565‘ Painting Papering Interior Decorating GEO. A. MLCREARY Phone 559-J Shelton, Wn. WITSIERS FUNERAL HOME Licensed Embalmers W A. VVitsiers, Prop. Phone 180 -v Shelton. Wash. MT. MORIAH LODGE ,oc No. 11 F.&A.M. Next Regular Communication uUNE 24 M. H. NEEDHAM _ W'orshipful Master J. L. CATTO, Secretary. I International Correspondence School Shelton Representative WILBERT CATTO Phone 591-W on said Bonds. Dated this 20th day of May; 1941. CONSOLIDATED SCHOOL, DISTRICT NO. 309 OF MASON COUNTY, 'WASH— INGTON . LOUIS VVEINEL, Chairman. HARRY CARLON, Clerk. OMER DION. Treasurer of ,Mason County. Washington. ' 5-20-22s27—29. 6-3-5-10-12-17-9t. .q‘