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June 24, 1941     Shelton Mason County Journal
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Page ” Five Marshall Promoted “ To District Manager Appointment of Paul F. Max‘- shall, Shelton city councilman and ,Active Club district governor. as " district manager for the Farmers Automobile Interolnsurancc and lCALENDAR iCOMMUNHW “'E‘DNESDAYv 24,1941. g g h I v 'SHELTONiASENCOtiNTY JOURNAL— BONNEVILLE DABS DlRT 0N MOBILGAS , sonuii RECORD Four Motorists, Stolen Car Are Aden’s Victims Four violators of the state mo- , v 1’2l3ureaiu figuresl Two—thirds of all the motor fueli w 52.029 bicycles consumed in the United States is< Ere double the used in connection with earning ai mmm 1935 when livelihood, studies of the federal ufflctured. l government indicate. How Much Are You * Paying per Kilowalt for Your Electricity? ' Active Club "Ti . a, g a: "SE n; 3: CI) rt) 0.. H O a :3 (-4 O 1: :3. m n tor code ran afoul of State Pa- “'99le mepting. 6230 dinner. Truck Insurance Exchange was Tailenders Upset League Leaders , Holman Cliff Adenvs long arm new Moose Hall, announced today by the fmn THURSDAY —City league soft- Mr. Marshall has been that In 10-9 Slugfest; Activians In and a stolen car was recovered by City of Shelton rate Residential Service: Title Pursuit Again ‘ company's agent in this territory him over the past weekend. i ball, 6 p. m., Loop Field, two y l I CITY SOFiBALI HAGUE First 50 Kwh per month 3.0¢ per Kwh Viewr [mom of bloodsport was. games. i for several years. i i fil’md $75 and costs when arrai n- THURSDAY-“H 0 0 (l C a n a l F. ! Mobilgas V3" 11‘ NeXt KVVh per month per K‘Vh ed before Justice M. C. Zintlgieo Sportsmens Ass'n June. mect— i ? 'Activimis'fj """"""" “jig; 1 as 0-} Next 250 Kwh per month 1.0c per Kwh yesterday on a drunken driving] mg. 8 p- m. Hoodsport gym. LAWN MOWERS 7 i i 0 i9 35 charge while he was denied the re-vote on presxdency. A . Sling)" 6: 4 50 EXCGSS I‘VVII per month per KVVII right to apply for a drivers li- TIIURSDAYM'American Legion ' B 0 (“thigh "" " 336 54 ; cense for a year when he admitted, junior baseball. 2 p. 171.. L001) a. onnev e """""""" " 3 I l to having no license now. He was Field, Shelton vs. Port Orchard, is well qualified to render the courteous. friendly ser- vice that has built our two organizations. You are cordially invited to visit his office at . . 119 S. 3rd and learn why you can save safely on automo- IARMERS AUTOMOBILE INTER INSURANCE EXCHANGE TRUCK INSURANCE “CHANGE Latest Scores Rayonier 4. Skokomish 2. Activians 18, Bonneville 9. Bonneville 10, Mobilgas 9. Activians-Skokomish, rain. league softball skirmishes past two times out, playing some , comparatively good ball Thursday ‘night while pulling the biggest upset of the young season to beat; the up to then undefeated Mobil- gas league leaders, 10 to 9, but: , reverted to their slovenly fielding i habits again last night while tak- ing an 18 to 9 drubbing from the Activians. Rayonier won its second straight, 4 to 2, from Skokomish which helped no end to give Sun- ny White a tight pitching decis- ion over Johnny Eager, the red- headed valley twirler. Things were done in‘ big gobs in both of Bonneville’s games. Against Mobilgas the Surveyors spotted the league leaders six runs in the first half of the first, lthen turned around and scored seven in their first trip to the ldish. Pitcher Scott Hazen ham— mered out a home run during the Bonneville uprising. After that Hazen and Ray Brown kept the hitters pretty well under thumb with Brown’s wildness eventually proving his undoing. Last night against the Activ- ians the Surveyors held a 3-2 lead midway through the game, but Francis Eacrett produced a two- trun homer in the fifth which i In the City of Shelton there are 1288 people pay- ! ing an average of 2.70 per kilowatt hour for their l l l electricity, 436 consumers l l to help us to build load in e cut with economy. If you do not have elec your dealer and learn from appliances that you wish t __..——- Air Service (Continued from Page One) the West Coast Airlines, Inc. Travel 2,182 Miles , One hundred and sixty-three; communities having a total pop-: ulation of 1,245,383 (not including, terminals already having air ser-i vica) with a total mileage of 2:; 182 to be covered under the pro-, posed system. A footnote on the map says the "operations would be con-‘ ducted on the Air Pick-Up and. l talk with your neighbor who does have and learn from him the comforts he enjoys at small cost. Then see If you have any problems relative to electrical come to call at your local P.U.D. office for advice. i Justice Zintheo for release 1 being charged with negligent driv- have electric ranges and l l sumed- to enable us to do so. Therefore, we urge you i l very way possible, consist- tric conveniences, why not him how easy it is to fin- o discuss, please feel wel- School Transportation, Meeting Slated July 10 Transportation problems and ideas of Mason County school dis- tricts will receive their annual air- ing on July 10 when directors of all districts will have a chance to consult with Eric Lindman, state‘ director of research and statistics, who will be at County School Supt. J. E. Martin’s office, the county superintendent announced yesterday. The transportation meeting will be an all—day affair with Mr. Lind- ; The stolen car Aden recovered arrested at Hoodsport Saturday! evening by Aden and his senior officer, Sergeant James Kuntz. Robert Stimson, Shelton, was his private car for a year but will be allowed to drive a truck on his job at the end of 30 days. John Young of Agate suffered suspension of his license for 60 days and was fined $10 and costs by Justice Zintheo on a negligent driving charge following Young’s arrest Sunday in Shelton. Omer Sidney Griffin, sailor from Minnesota, picked the wrong, street to do his erratic driving ' upon Friday when he drove down' watching from his window and1 made the arrest. The sailor for- feited $12 bail he posted with after I ing. ' at Kamilche last Thursday was found to belong to R. G. Hargin of Seattle. It was left in the ditch beside the road. ous‘fashion Aden happened to heel l THURSDAY-w-DeMolay day but Len Walton, his Dad and l fishing partner, claimed one long- ! six-foot—four-inchcr) ! tom,” Chuck exclaimed when the: DO YOU KNOW .7 ! . l l lBen Soper Hurt In practice games. lnvesi- ture. of Designate ceremony. 8 p. m., Masonic Temple. Pub- Paul Berets’ fish display box: has been getting quite a piay 01‘ late at the Shelton Goods. Chuck Walton placed a pair ofi fine salmon taken at Sekiu Fri-j Sporting er than his reach (and Len is u got away. Biggest of the displays was a 46-pounder brought home from bagged it they didn’t say. Thcyl had four on display. { Ben Wood had a 26-p0under‘; (dressed) on display yesterday, also taken at .Sekiu, but nobody, got any more kick out of.his‘i, catch than young Charles Berets,‘ 8-year-old son of the store prgp— rietor, who proudly placed an 187,; inch searun cutthroat on display, which he caught in Shelton Bay Sunday while fishing with hisi parents. "Dad, I’ve snagged bot~ big cutthroat struck. Fall From Ladder Ben Sopcr, Shelton Electric Company, suffer- ed painful but not serious head l l proprietor of theI - l , mm: [ GamesThursday water heaters and pay an average of 1.6c per Kwh. gfiiegwofni “£31339 1”“ “‘v'ted;,_,m_ m” Rayome?’ACtW‘?nsl NO‘ 1‘ Are you taking advantage of the cheap electric rate charge as the aftermath of an . Skokomésghllélflfiogisfil‘lo. 2. in our Cit 9 accident near Kennedy CreeklAnglerS 1 to represent “5 as Bonneville-Skbkomish3 No. 1. y ’ suxvlda‘VLmommg With a car am“ i ' DISTRICT MANAGER Mobilgas-Rayonier. No- 2- . . . . . . . . T5331aall?$301533uriifiiifiiieii‘eéiil Seklu BBSt SPOt PHoNE 243 , [ Bonneville’s unpredictable Sur- , tour Public Utility District is interested in lower- a t ,1, , . h , . ,. ,., F d for tms area' He has been ' veyors about_faced in their city‘ ' _ uOII canno .iive any Vehicle w an, I;I \.e C.“ or an selected because we feel he th e mg the present rate, when sufficient electrimty IS 0011- ever for 30 days and cannot drive; Ag 9 Dem.” You, Machine SLEYSTERS luXirsuor= an“ TlIEA TRE _, bile and truck insurance grails": last tncilght when tAbblie ance your needs. ‘Eumor street m front of Adenvs Sekiu by Sliarkey Daniels, Ever- With ,, “C {or mse," e f1 Very “Fey lhome. When Griffin rounded a Ctt Shapl“ imd ViTg Adamsl 111‘ HiNGTon ihome run into the proceedings corner in an extremely danger- though just which of the trio, SHELTON. WAS T’wo shows every mgm_‘ Starting at 7:00 P.M, Matinee 2:15 p.m. Saturday and Sunday Adm., 10¢ and 25¢. plun la: (State 26: Federal 3¢l Last Time Tonight DEANNA DURBIN “NICE GIRL” Wednesday Only Brian 'Ahcrne igfoorfttegfl utilienAbbt’til‘iyiigasmsmslzordd Delivery methpd‘ now being used: man speakimr at two o‘clock on ‘3‘ injuries Friday When he fell from. “THE MAN 3‘02 Cube 5-OZ Cube six funs'each in the s'xth and successmny 1" several ESStemlthc school transportation prob- N» ~~~~ o a ladder While dOing some Wiring . . the Activians warmed ii home i States' whereby the air man and 1‘ lems and giving Simgestions as to r»..wa I 0“ the new canopy at the m0dem' late with another halfp dozen' express are picked up and. de- 1 solutions for qpecif'it’c problems di_ “wow-NA emu “ v-~ ized Wivell Texaco Service Sta— it p t . th th t t llVeI‘ed While the plane 15,1?! .fllgllt- ,- rectors ma fiave tion at First and Franklin streets. ictf’unglr; "1 e seven 0 ow I As the necessity for lgdmg 15l y g; _____ W Occurrences of twenty-eight He was treated at Shelton 1103-: , ' eliminated. this meth . gives metallic and forty-four nonmetal- ital, where ci ht stitches were BI thgfiigtgligdgdggds Sizilgmlighwvfizg high Speed service and 319% brings t 2 From Here Attend lic minerals have been {liken in a Segere cut on' the1 ThurSday ue- to cities and towns without air- backof his l‘ ad, then released , . BlaCk sunset Green Postponed because 0f Wet grounds' ports the benefits of air trans— V'F'W' State Confa'b the biennial report of the DiviS- sunday_ he nght , ; Sunset Brown Sunset Red Washable Black ___—— Peewees Break Open Schedule Opening games in the peewee baseball league found Team 2 de- feating Team 1 by a 7 to 4 score portation of mail and express to and from trunk air line connec-, tions." " ‘3 :1 l Two Indians Fined 011%, i Drunkenness Charges}: Two Skokomish Indians, Ed ' Commander Art Mackey and Jim Tallent, the latter now resid- ing in Bremerton, Were the only members of the Mason County V. F.W. post to attend the annual state V.F.VV.‘ encampment at Bell- 2 ingham last" weekend. (1 Mrs.‘Fred Weaver were dele- s from here to the V.F.W. “Mrs. Mackey, Mrs. R. W. Strike I | ion of Mines. . Most important on the basis of annual production value during 1940 are cement, sand and gravel, coal, stone. gold, copper and zinc, l in that order. Production records show that these eight minerals l are responsible for nearly $29,- 000,000 of the $35,580,405 income derived from mineral production. I found ‘ in Washington State according to‘ ()AMP 5 MAN IN HOSPITAL Sven Bostrum of Camp 5 was admitted to the hospital this morning to receive treatment. HOODSPORT MAN Joe Dotto of Hoodsport, W35 Friday - Saturday Joan Biondell - Dick Powell IiVbthlI'lflfllrlfl'lfil'wfifi.. Hr i‘LV!‘ ‘iil‘lil'. s “ism admitted to the Shelton Hospital Andrews and Wes Bishert, we on Tuesday for treatment. and Team 4 defeating Team by liary convention at the same “MODEL WIFE” 1 .25 1.50 Permanent Blue Permanent Red Violet Green JOURNAL \ . E"CA5 "mm LADY” or THE suns AND STRIPES- A7 WESTINGHOUSE EXClw’II/f g‘IEMP CONTROL aways “market basket” it? this gay, bani?” model—and declare freedom . 8 fear of food spoilage, guessing and daily marketing! use Super Market Refrigerg 0“ 5 kinds of cold—the right N humidity for ice cubes and :19“. milk and beverages, staples, _, fun. The secret is TRUE-TEMP exclusive Westinghouse patent Blue trim, has TRUE—TEMP" . these other headline features: . REEZER, with extra space for .’ Ventilated, drawer-type MEAT “Mtopped CRISPER; Chrome- WWIth special “lift out” section; xKhmemkuhtype Door Latch, and many . emu. # SHELTON. “815 for “X-RAY” PROOF of Westinghouse improvements mute-acorn. IT’S NEW! DIFFERENT! SEE IT TODAY! four in the fifth for all its runs as Kalinoski, Dunbar and Hop- land each gathered two hits. Team 4 scored three times each in the fifth and sixth innings in its victory. Gordy Smith hit five safeties for the winners. The schedule this week sends Team 1 against Team 3 Wednes- day, Team 3 against Team 4 on Thursday and Team 1 against Team 2 Friday. A Vacant house won't. Pay Taxes . . Advertise It! Journal Want-Ads—Phono 100 WITH THIS NEW I941 Westinghouse Refrigerator 1 H 3362/ * WASH. Jé'r‘iECT'RiC- HOME APPVLIA NCES 7 items. 1 Both were arrested Saturairil night by special Deputy Bill lett, who picked up AndreWs gly- ing in the highway near hrec, iLakes and Bishert at Uniorg —-———-————--—, ,v ' (Travis Attends Board I [ Meet of Hardwarer‘nen‘ ‘ Frank Travis, proprietor of the Shelton Hardware. attended a meeting of the board of directors of the Northern Wholesale Hard- ware Association in Portland last weekend in his capacity as vice- president of the association, which is a cooperative buying organiza- tion with which the Shelton Hard-l ware is affiliated. a He reported the chief topic of conversation and report at the meeting was the impending scar- city and almost impossibility of obtaining many staple hardware l Driskel Making Aim ‘ Trip To Los Angeles- Driskei, Shelton hard- auto Sat- iurday on a “follow-his nose" trip of at least a month’s duration which-will wind up at Los Angeles, where his son, Ralph, and a sis- ter live. ‘ He expects to pay visits to Salt 1 i Denny wareman, left here by Lake City, Grand Canyon, Zion Sierra Nevadas, stopping when, where and as long as his inclina- tion. l Smith’s Grocery At Agate Closes July 1 . After seven years of service to: Agate residents, Smith’s store,‘ situated at the junction of the Agate and Pickering roads, four miles east of the Agate school,. [will close permanently after July 1, its proprietors. Mr. and Mrs.- L. C. Smith, announced last week~ A baby daughter was born to IMr. and Mrs. Harold Paulson of, lRoute 3 at the Shelton General Hospital last Friday. | DAUGHTER BORN PARENTS OF BOY Mr. and Mrs. Don Whitener of Route 1 are the baby boy born at the Shelton Hos- pital on Friday. RECEIVING TREATMENT HOSPITAL PATIENT William Ogle of Shelton is re- . l parents of a, BKy Kiwaman Angle The iwanis Club today was given a short review of the main features\of general interest from the recent month’s trip of Kiwan- ian Grant Angle in Florida. and Cuba. during the convention of the National Editorial Association. Also was shown pictoral folders and advertising matter sent home by all the cities and resorts visit- ed indicating hcw Florida goes the limit for advertising to at- tract visitors and wealthy people who have money to spend and time for ease, something this state with all its natural attrac- tion has yet to learn. BOY 501m MONDAY Mr. and Mrs. Jack Neudorfer of Lake Cushman are the parents! of a baby boy born at Shelton Hospital on Monday. *mfiA—BY GIRL A baby daughter was born at: the Shelton Hospital on Monday to Mr. and Mrs. of Route 2. HOSPITALIZED Tom McGuire, McCleary Tim- ber Company employee, was ad- mitted to the hospital on Monday for treatment. ADMITTED T0 HOSPITAL John Holmes was admitted to the hospital on Monday for treat- Alvin Anderson National Park and other beauty ment' He is, employed at the‘ ,4,qu points along the trip down the Bred Be“ i 9f eastern side of the Cascades and 1N HOSPITAL Antone Ellison of Route 1 is receiving. treatment at, the Shel— ton Hospital. on Monday. AflfifiSfie He was admitted 3 Louis Struthers, employee of Rayonier Incorporated, was ad- Not as war pilots, out as instruc- mitted to Shelton Hospital on tors. Women can aid in aerial de- ' Saturday for treatment. fense. says Aline Rhonie. one of the first women pilots to receive a commercxal license. Experi— Iericed women pilots could give cadet pilots their first 75 hours iceiving treatment at the hospi- tal, having been admitted on Mon- 1 day. of instruction, she suggests. I .‘~__N___-A_ ..._..._...__w__._ l I conveniences. O The Sliding Crisper that keeps arden-fresh leafy vegetables g and crisp for days onger. You'd expect to pay far more for a refrigerator With these 0 The beautiful Stainless Steel And when you realize that you also get a new kind of "over- ’ cabinet with a full 63/4 cu. size ft. of space . . . and the Polar- sp‘here Sealed Unit—this value becomes even more sensational. you all nine of Let us show Kelvinator’ 3 beautiful .1941 models. $11995 Still *Buys a Brand New ElllllPPED KELVINA'NR ’ Dellvmd In Your kitchen with 5-year Prutecllon Plan fill/re M an 8 to 4 margin. fined $15 and costs by Justice M. v "w | Quarts Both winning teams turned the. C. Zintheo yesterday on chargées time' Jilin-8:1 Wailtdjt-Phot: lg: “w trick with two big innings. Teaml of appearing in a drunken con i-‘ . . “ . Blue-Black 2 scored three in the third andI tion in public places. , Florlda Tl'lp RBIated Model 0-6 . ‘ . yo“ at d . ' ' 80 an ' Cold-Ban that eliminates k" filiadi’a'lbalanced com mm "The V°1ume does“: warrant; hard-to-clean screwheads. as 3110‘” ,. ' . . . the time and effort we ave to ut i , Rm“ °°l°”ty‘°d “‘s‘de “‘11 into it," Mr. Smith explainedp oThe recessed Polar Light... 149.95 ‘State and local taxes extra. Prices subject to change without notice. l 1 Olsen Furniture Company;