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If you Wish to Sell you’ll Have to Tell—Journal Want—Ads. THEATRE SHELTON, WASHINGTON A Two shows every night Starting at 7:00 P.M. Matinee 2:15 p.m. Saturday and Sunday Adm.. 10¢ and 25¢. plus tax (State 212: Federal 3c) Last Time Tonite! Charles Chaplin “THE GREAT DICTATOR” Wednesday Only “ONE NIGHT IN ARGENTINE” Thursday Only 15¢ Night Friday - Saturday Humphrey Bogart “THE WAGONS 1 ROLL AT NIGHT” E A Quick! 50 l l M i l l ‘ied by Jan Ollsen, an accomplish—I J. A. Howarth had a number of I change of scene in the interests South Bend Meets Here Today"; Fred Bond, South Bend attor—I ney and Kiwanian, was speaker': at the local club today in an inter—f Club session, and was accompan-I ‘ ed accordcaonist. who favored the; ‘ gathering with several solos. l Speaker Bond spoke on America5 {as the only place in the worldI where a man's home was his cas-< tie, and that our national libertyI .was at stake if our people were; jnot fully alive to their responsi-1 i bilities. At this time every Ameri-{ can should be 100 per cent andE I there should be none in any placeI of responsibility or power any-§ 'where in the land who did not; 3 measure up fully to this, and was not willing to assume his fullE share. He urged that there was; igreat need for a return to the} . Biblicalinjunction of “FatherhoodI of God and Brotherhood of.Man,"I to bring order out of world chaosl and insure the return of peace toI ,America and unity of purpose to .16 Attend Reunion Of insure that peace. 1 Class of ’29 Saturday Sixteen members of the Class of“ :1929, Irene S. Reed high school. ‘gathered at Clarniel Inn on Hood HOW To GET THE MGST F0}! YOUR MATTRESS MONEY . . . Lennon #8 HER E’S THE RECORD Next to comfort our customers want d-u-r-a? b-i-l-i-t-y when they buy a mattress. Your best proof of durability is this report from United States Testing Company. This company made rigid, scientific tests of leading mattresses in every price range. Their report shows that the Beautyrest lasted tims longer than any of the other mattresses. Beca’use of its record, this leading testing laboratory awarded the Beautyrest its coveted “Seal of Quality”. LUXURY COMFORT plus DURABILITY ...that’s what Beautyrest gives you. Come in andsee this famous mattress . . . . $39.50. Minus amass: steep VALUE Olsen Furniture Co. Canal Saturday night for their annual reunion. The Class of ‘29 is the only class to hold annual reunions. Those gathering for this year‘s reunion from the class include Verda McConkey. Fred Snelgrovc,‘ Lillian Griggs, Bud Conan, Dick Valley, James Simmons, Clarence Sowers, Rhea Howard, Marion Valley, Anna Conan, Mable Good- win, 'l‘hornctta Salmi, Mary Pigg, Rena Holt. Joc Gruver, ()rvali Moran. I l I l l Easy! SEARS-ROEBUCK CATALOG ORDER OFFICE ’ Phone 9940 Before 1:30 P. M. ORDERS DELIVERED NEXT DAY WE PAY All. PHONE CHARGES . , not?!31,15Cic-Mr119cc.-w lubfl lI-Agate Residents n . two weeks. ’, Mrs. and Mrs. {I ‘ .4. .._...I Enjoy Visits Of Numerous Friendsl By Mrs. Mary Matthes Agate, June l6.~er. and Mrs.» friends visiting them the past1 Mr. and Mrs. Chas.l Gribeler of Oshkosh, Wis., Mr.l and Mrs. E. McKeever and Pat—I ricia Lynch, Hoquiam, and Mrsg Fern Steward and daughter Nora! Gay, who have recently returned from China, and Mr. and Mrs. S. Johnson and daughters of Yak-l ima. _ ' Mr. and Mrs. Harry Olson and! baby of Redmond, spent the} weekend with Mr. and Mrs. EH. Hawkinson, Mrs. Olson’s parents.' Mr. and Mrs. Martin Ausethi went to Ellensburg to attend thei annual State Grange convention, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Hovind and son are visiting in Puyallup thisl week. '. l Mrs. E. Hawkinson called on: Mrs. H. Welch Tuesday afternoon. I Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Howarth and‘ sons and their guests, Mr. and Chas. Gribeler of Oshkosh,‘ Wisconsin, made a trip to Mount Rainier last Saturday. All en-I joyed the beautiful scenery. 1 Mr. and Mrs. P. York enter-I tained a number of friends Wed-‘ nesday night at their home. All enjoyed good music, dancing and visiting. A delicious potluck sup~‘ per was served. Those presentI were: Mr. and Mrs. D. Clark," Mr. and Mrs. E. Hawkinson, G. Leeds and two: daughters, Mr. and Mrs. A. Hart-l man, Mr. and Mrs. P. Ricard, Mr.l J. Whetham, Mrs. Risley, Mrs? M. Bingham, Mrsi M. Matthes and the host and hostess, Mr. and Mrs. P. York. I The Agate Boy Scouts Troop: No. 7 held their regular weekly; meeting Friday night with their\ perfect attendance as usual. Harbor Pioneer Dies In Shelton Mrs. Mary Alice Hulet, 61, one of Grays l-iarbor‘s earliest pio- neers, died Thursday night in j Shelton at the home of her daugh- ’ itcr, Mrs. Frances Lamb, after a' short illness. 1 Mrs. Hulet came to Grays Har-l bor 58 years ago from Yamhilli county, Oregon, and lived there until 1939. Her husband, the late George W. Hulet, was an old— time logger. He died in 1922. , Besides Mrs. Lamb, she is sur-f vivcd by six sons, Wilson, Leon-l ard and John Hulct, all of Aber-l l dccn, Elwood and Allen Hulet, , Seattle, and Frank Hulet, Ocos- ta; three brothers. Roy Carl, 1 Aberdeen, Hubert Carl, Oregon, and Jim Carl, San Diego; four] sisters, Mrs. John Dunn, Mom I tesano: Mrs. Sam Mihalos a n d Mrs. Josephine Fritz, Portland, 1 and Mrs. Ella Clark, Alberta, Can- ada; and 11 grandchildren. l Activians To Elect Officers Wednesday New officers of the Active Club: will be elected this Wednesday evening when the service club holds its weekly meeting in the new Moose Hall. A 6:30 Dutch lunch will start the evening's program. BeforeI the balloting opens final nomina-I tions, if any further are desired,I will be made to a slate already. drawn up and reported two weeks: ago by the nominating commit-I tee. Nominees to date are ChuckI Rowe for president; Francis Ea-: crett and Harold Watkins were placed in contention for vice- president; John Stevenson as I ' secretary, Lyle McElroy, Bill i Bourland and Rockey Duckham for I directors, and George Dunning,I retiring president, for advxsoryl committeeman. l i mains 10f ’ stricken. I—-not to me. ' Perhaps it does to the 0.1.0. Convenient! * ,but in those who most ardentlyj Rotate Tires To Uniformize Wear, Suggests Huerbyl Five times in the life of thei average tire, it ought to have ai of trouble-free motoring, max-1 imum mileage, non-skid protec- tion and uniform tread wear, ac-I cording to Manley Fox, Budget manager of Al Huerby Motors. “Regular, periodic rotation of tires is the anSWer to many aj inotorist's tire problem," Mr. Fox said as he cited the results of re— cent studies made by the B. F.; Goodrich Company, Akron, Ohio: on maximum tire service. I With today’s tires giving up-I wards of 25,000 miles service, r0- 1 tation every 5,000 miles will re-I l l l l sult in uniform tread wear and safe trouble-free motoring, the firm’s studies showed. “Don’t run a tire constantly on the same wheel," Mr. Fox said.‘ “Instead shift your tires fromI wheel to wheel in a clockwise di- rection-»—right front to right rear, right rear to spare, spare to left rear, left rear to left front and left front to right front.” , “That method will assure uni-‘ 1 form wear on all tires, instead of the lopsides wear when a tire re-I constantly on the same‘;. 'wheel. Front tires, B. F. Good-i rich learned, get a different kindI wear than rear tires, an d i right hand tires get more punish-l ment because of being run off theI pavement onto the shoulder of the road." An additional advantage of I periodic rotation. Mr. Fox explain- ’ cd, is the fact that it gives the motorist an opportunity to inspect his tire and see that there's ample I uniform tread surface remaining5 for adequate non-skid protection’ and safety. I l Peewees To Open Play Tomorrow; 4 Teams in Loop, Four teams of Peewee League players were aligned today by Playfield Director Homer Taylor and a first round schedule drafted which will start play tomorrow, weather permitting' Rain forced the start to be postponed from this morning. I The teams are lined up as fol- lows at the present time, with re: vision likely as new players ap- pear. Sponsors‘ have not yet been obtained. 1 Team 1 — Don Smith, Chuck Walton, Herb Angle, LaVerne Twohey, Bob Berg, Jack Valleyr Ralph Pigg, Stewart Laughlin, John Viale. I Team 2 —- Jack Kalinoski, Ern- est Dunbar, Gordon Hopland, Keno ny Cardinal, Dick Angle, Dick Cole, Chet Froeschle, Bill Valley,, Dick Wilson, Kenny Smith. Team 3 *— Duane Crac‘olas; Bob Tobey, Ken Carlson, Robin Binns,f Bob Okano, Frank Devlin, Darrel‘ Rose, Ronald Rhines. ‘ I , Team 4 Bob Smith, Tom‘; O’Neill, John Cole, Beanie Daniels, Fred Berg, Ernest Smith, Dave Binns, Bob Russell, Jack Murdock, Delbert Getty. Tomorrow Team 1 meets'Team 2, Thursday Team 3 meets Team 4, Friday Team 1 plays Team 3, next Monday Team 2 mixes with Team 4, next Tuesday Team 1 tangles with Team 4, and next- Wednesday Team 2 squares off with Team 3. ' i WHAT our READERS 1 [ Till“ I A LOGGER’S WIFE VIEWS THE STRIKE I knit for the Red Cross to I help the stricken of England. My Ihusband is out on strike helping 'to cripple the defense program and so block aid to those same It doesn’t make sense leaders who manipulated and call- ed the strike. Their interest seems to be not in the loggers’ desire such strikes—the enemies of the democracy. ' And are they sure of them- selves? . The business manager of Local 38 is reported to have said: “The government can't make us go back to work until We're ready to go." And don't forget that this business manager is also Mason County’s representative State Legislature. He that “law maker" be put'on his card when registering for draft. Deferrment maybe. Most loggers were satisfied with their wages, and the whole thing wouldn't burn me up quite so much if the so-called leaders for- feited their pay checks during a strike shut-down—as we must do. l l l l i your reading time and the Jour- nal’s space if I have failed to get I I over my three points: Our Teletype Service Makes It Possible For Us To send Your Order In Immediately And Assure Next Day Delivery On Nearly All Merchandise. ' gs SIMPLE as THIS Pick The Article You Want From The More Than 100,000 Items In Our Catalog—Phone 9940 And Give Your Order— You Pay Next Day When Merchandise Is Delivered. ! First-—There was no need for a strike—wages were good. Second—To strike at this time is unpatriotic. Third—If labor leaders went without pay during strike as do strikes. ‘ We don‘t all of us want to help Hitler. l l l Ithe workers there would be few ——A SUBSCRIBER. I DO YOU KNOW | Stone used in the construction Washington‘s $7,385,768 capitol of Ibuilding at Olympia came from five different countries. Exterior stone came from the Wilkeson quarries of Pierce coun- ty, Washington, while interior marble was obtained as follows: Senate chamber—Germany; House chamber——Fra{nce; state receptibn li;oom——-Italy; main corridor—Alas- a. SHELTONvMASON COUNTY JO IGASMEN WIN mil in the. insisted i the , l URN AL ACTIVIANS, 0 N L Y UNDEFEATED TEAME Mobilgas Tops Softball CircuitI After Third Straight Vic- I tory Monday Eevning — I CITY SOFTBALL LEAGUE rf ra Mobilgas ................ .. 18 12 Skokomish 32 16 Active Cldb ‘18 I Rayonier .... .. 15. Bonneville .............. .. 17 36 Latest Scores I Skokomish 26, Bonneville 8 Rayonler 10, Bonneville 9 Mobilgas 2, Rayonier 0 Mobilgas 8, Activians 6 Games Thursday Skokomish-Activians, No. 1 I Bonneville-Mobilgas, No. 2 Games Monday Activians-Bonneville, No. 1 Rayonier-Skokomish, No. l ' l Mobilgas took full advantage of, the Active Club's generosity last' night to score an to 6 city lea-I gue softball triumph which left; the gasmen as the sole unbeaten: team in the circuit after the third night of play. The Activians kick-I ed in five Mobilgas runs in theI first innings and never could ov-v ercome the handicap, although the, clubmen peeked away and twice reduced the edge to two rims. In his swan song appearance for, this season Ned Snelgrove, Activian pitcher, deserved to win and hit safely three times in a futile ef-; fort to OVercome his teammates sloppy fielding. Snelgrove enter- ed the army today 101‘ a year's draft service. I The gasmcn, behind RayI Brown’s flossy twirling, hung up the first shutout the league has. knowxi for a long time last Thurs-I day night with a to 0 verdict‘ over Rayonier. It was quite a pitchers‘ battle with Lefty Lam-I bert giving the Mobilgascrs few] looks at the plate, either. I The pulpmen, after two defeats,v came back to post their first vic-I tory last night, 10 to 9, over the; Bonneville Surveyors, capping aI five-run Surveyor rally in the lastl inning just in the nick of time: to save the contest. I The Surveyors made their debut; to the circuit Thursday night toI the tune of a 26 to 8 trouncing at the hands of Skokomish Grange, but it wasn‘t as bad as it sounds} Lacking practice, the Bonnevilch ten kept the Grangers within range until the last two innings, but the Valley boys ran wild in their final two trips to the plate to turn an otherwise ding-dong struggle into a route. Bob Eager" of Skokomish hit the only homer of the slugfest. In addition to Thursday night’s schedule, the Activians have tak- en on a night game at Hoquiam Friday, meeting the Hoquiam; Moose. l Junior Legion .(Continued from Page. One.) _ scoring a 7 to 2 margin over theirl older rivals with the pitching of Jess Phillips, Ed Miller and Elmer Carlson sparkling. Tomorrow Coach Taylor has a practice game slated with Port Orchard junior legion at Loop Field at three o'clock with Bob Cole, Phillips and Miller all like~ 1y to get a shot at the oppostition from the Shelton mound. I The game will be a determining: factor in deciding some of the 15I players the Shelton squad will register and carry for the season. The registration must be complet— ed by June 20, so players who aren't already in possession of their birth certificates are scurry- ing around to locate the same as they must have definite, legal Iproof they haven’t reached their 17th birthdays prior to January 1, 19.41, in order to be eligible for 2115 year's junior legion competi- ion. Call For Handicap Cards By Linksmen Rain brought woe to Shelton's golfers Sunday by washing out the scheduled medal play tourna- ment, but now the linksmen can concentrate on improving their games for the several tournaments that are to come, George Ash- baugh announced today. .All golfers who expect to par- tic1pate in any or all of the com- ing tournaments and who have not yet established handicaps are urged to turn in all their cards henceforth so that handicaps can be set. Next Sunday is being left open as far as competition is concern- ed so that handicaps can be set. ’ Shelton Woman Making Trip After New Auto Mrs. Hugh Clark left Shelton Saturday evening for In conclusion, I have wasted where she will Detroit, take factory de- livery of a new car, then spend two weeks with her parents at Cedar Falls, Iowa, before return- ing here. She will be accompan- ied on her trip back to Shelton by a close friend living at Sweacity, Iowa. TRIPLE ESTATE TASKS . ‘J._.B. Johnson, Sarah Hansen and Sheriff E. F. Martin were named appraisers of three estates in superior court Saturday by Judge John M. Wilson, the estates of the late Olga Marie, Hildur and Jacob Onsrud, long-time Grapeview residents all of whom died within a few months of one another. SON BORN THURS—BAY Mr. and Mrs. John Dcmmon of Shelton became parents Thurs- day of ababy son born at Shel- ton Hospital. GIRL BORN SATURDAY Mr. and Mrs. Ted Depoe of Shelton became' parents of a baby daughter born at Shelton Hospital Saturday. :Bullman; Cole and Kelly. ‘SECOND GAME I ton Hospital. Tuesda J y, unc 17’ .. . .‘ ..... ._. I r. 7.; W; _.H‘M I ‘- Baseball Losses ITraffic .MlSlldpS I LAWN MO . (Continued from Page. One) I f then struck out. Taylor baggch ‘ two of Shelton's three hits. I ‘ The Seattle squad was tent~ Two minor traffic accidents, atively scheduled for another (1011- i neither resulting in injuries to bleheader here at a later dateIpassengers or serious damage toI this summer, so Shelton will get} the machines invol'ved, were i'e-i another chance to prove local ported in Mason County m'cr theI baseball stacks up evenly with weekend. I seattle’s best as mOSt fans were Eli Hill, Bremerton, and S. A.I l | I Pretyty we“ ,conyinced after sun” ‘ Chastian, Cosmopolis, reported one day 5 two SIZZImg SC’aPS- . tried to pass the other at the The Loggers also have accepted I same moment the first started an inVitjation to help Port AD‘lto pass a third car, colliding a geles dedicate the Peninsula town'sI mile south of Shelton on the new lighted athletic field on June I Olympic Highway Sunday_ 27 in a night game, Manager Jack 1 John Worthy Aberdeen mp0,.th 1 Stewart announced yesterday I being forced off the road on the G0“ Arthur 13' Langlie has been “old highway south of Shelton last secured to pitch the first ball and I Thursday by another cal. munw a blg commumty event 15 bemgling a curve at high speed. Thc' I made 0f ,the dadication' lother car failed to stop, VVorth'sI Sundays short scores: Import Stated I PHONE 243 I We Call For ‘{ Deliver Your Ma SLEYST 0. FIX-IT SH. FIRST GAME an. LA”-.. ____i-.,,, - Seattle .... .000 000 26—8 7 21 . Shelton .... ..110 000 00A2 5 4‘- ; Batteries#Glavin and Genzale,, R. II. E. Seattle ...... ..000 010 Ofll 2 1, Shelton ...... .000 000 owe 3 4 Batteries—Glavin and Genzale, Bullman; Phillips, Miller and Miller, Kelly. I Tree Farm System (Continued from Page One.) a fire carelessly we are doing the- opposite of good citizenship." , He pleaded that only through unity and unselfish responsibility‘ can America hope to avoid “spill-l ing good American blood" in meet- ing “the challenge to our way of; life by totalitarian states across the sea.” Keep Land Green Olzendam quoted the gOVcrnor's recent fire prevention proclama- tion and urged that the interest of I cVery person is best served by! i all||[ .‘lz keeping the forest green. He said I the Clemons Tree; Farm is de- I 0 signed to preserve stability in theI forest industries for all time. The l bcou fire patrol and fire equipment f ‘e 131 service, which is to be. extensive, or 5 will be available to farmers in the ‘ :3: 1 area, he said, without charge and , g the patrols will cooperate withi ' _' f If t the farmers in solving their pron- I We mean what "a fél SO lems. He said growing of timber Whether you want 01“” I deI‘S is the same as producing :11in a full set or a powerf “atlll other farm crop although it takes many times as long. OlzcndamI received prolonged applause when I , he warned against over-expansion of park areas, Grays Harbor. he said, has 94 percent of its land classified as forest land with ap- proximately half in public owner—I ship. I Declaring “our stewardship of‘ the forests has not been perfect," he asserted “our main sin has been carelessness with fire—we destroyed our second growth.” Ho added that growing new trees isI "like putting money in the bank."1 The Clemons Tree Farm is an experiment, he said, to see if in—. tensive efforts can succeed inI keeping fire out of an area which: has the best soil in the world forl growing trees. Unless the fires can be kept under 300 acres a: year in the area the plan will fail, ‘ he said. Goodrich Battery ’. your car is entirely Pal " not and regardless, 0 periences elsewhere, buy these first—quell“.v without any 1' long embarrassil‘l galions. 3 EASY TEII Just select what 7" ,' show us your lie?’1 I fication and tell “5 can pay. We fit of“ plan to suit your ' I. No Red Tape 0 “‘flm 0f . NEW CAMP 5 BABY . “1:10ne Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Lord of um 1] Camp 5 became parents today tMr of a baby daughter born at Shel- l I l l l l 10 0,000 LEFT FEET . 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