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5? kkg a. ._ wm___~ .v—v.__r\,__.‘,‘ , r—Journal Classified Ads Are Reall Go-Getters —- Phone 100 vAgate Boy Scouts lComplete V.F.W. Enjoy Camp Tripsi N av al Reserve Company Slated. In the interest of National De- Hayfield, Causes Death Of Horse Port Angeles Evening News. June 28.——Today’s Nature story concerns the growing number of lowland deer in Clallam county, and the loss of a valued farm By Mrs. Mary Matthes Agate, June 28.—Frank Guyer, junior assistant Scout Master, and Clifford Vanderwal of Troop No. fense, the U. s. Naval Reserve 8 t°0k an exhalde boat trlp is extending to the Washington last week to Harstine Island. The “Kw. an Opportunity to recruit weather was tough, but so were and sponsor a'complete company the boys- This is the tYPe 0’5 of 140 Blue Jackets to be known . . horse as a result. Scoutll‘g that bfilllds up. and adds‘as the Washington V.F.W. Com- state Game /PX-OteC-‘_0r Fred Illaterlally to t E‘- Campmg exper‘ pany, Commander Art Mackey of Rice told the Story here this ience of the individual Scout, as well as the troop. The following scouts of Troop No. 8 spent Sunday at Lake Isa- -bella, boating, swimming and playing baseball: Victor Auseth, Kenneth Auseth, Frank Gray, Geo. Lewis, and Clifford Vanderwal. Mr. P. Ricard wentf'to Tacoma last Friday to get Mrs. P. Ricard ‘ and baby, who have been visiting , withher sister the past week. 1 Mrs. H. welch returned home last Monday from _Vancouver, B. C. after a visit with a, sick friend confined in a hospital there. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Auseth and ‘Mr. and Mrs. Jalmer.Auseth re- port that the state grange cons .vention which they attended at ’ 'Ellensburg, was very interesting, land they enjoyed their trip, Mr. Milt Jacoby of Ohio, a for- mer Agate resident, is visiting. his brother, J. F. Jacoby. . Mr. Vern Welch of Los Angeles, [Calm has been visiting his par- I ents, Mr. and ,Mrs. H. Welch, the past week. A number of friends surprised, Mr. L. Bina Friday night with a the Mason County V.F.W. post has been notified. Any young men in Mason Coun- ty interested are asked to con- tact either Commander Mackey or morning. One day last week, he was driving a team mowing hay at the McComb farm between Se- .quim and Dungeness. Suddenly, a «Sheriff Gene Martin for details. deer leaped up from the field. Applicants Will be prOVided With Although the team normally was transportation by the local V.F.W. a gentle one, the horses wern ‘post to the recruiting station at frightened and ran away. They Bremerton'and the local past will eventually ran into a fence and see to it that local boys are en- Iiisted in this special~V.F.W. Com- l pany if they wish. Minimum requirements for the Naval Reserve are that applicants deer in his field. be .between .17 and 31 ,years Ml This incident and others of re- jured. McCombs reported, Rice said, that he had never before seen age injgood physical condition, cent seasons are taken by the have the consent of their parents game protector to point his con- or guardians, prove their U. S. tention that deer are very much Citizenship, have clear police re« on the increase in Clallam coun- cords, pass characterand physi- ty lowlands. cal examinations, be between '84 Along similar lines was the re- and 7'6 inches 'in‘ height ,with port of a local man to Rice that weight in proportion, have 18 vi- he had seen two deer nibbling at taI teeth and good vision. Tumwater and Valley early this morning. Large numbers of bucks were shot in lowland country last deer party to celebrate his ,birthday. The evening was spent. with sing-. .ing, dancingwand music. Refresh- ments were served before depart- ing. All wishing the honored ever before coming from ctrtain sections such as the Blyn Penin- sula. imountain hunting areas now are closed by the park and hunters are going to the lowlands in large numbers undoubtedly has some- thing toldo with it, the game pro- tector admits, but he believes the deer population also has increas- ed markedly. Motorcycle Crowded Off Road, Rider Hurt Josaph D. Goodro, 23, of Agate, grader operator for Mason Coun- ty. reported suffering an eye in- jury Sunday when the motorcycle he was riding was crowded off the Agate road by a car which Goodro’s report to the sheriff’s office said was on the wrong side of the road. With Everyflomfort Feature Built In! PARA’M nun THEATRE Shelton, Wash. Tonite and Tuesday Two Features ‘ LADYFBOM f LOUISIANA, 1 #29 JOHN WAYNE om MUN’SON in wool {tan ,li» Rib ,‘knit~twnk‘slwith canvas belt, non-rust buckled. Front control feature, built in. With ,, 1. Lew AYRES ' lionel BARRYMQREZ 1' Loraine Dill a And IE.- GuéilSIur ' ‘Roberl IYQUN G non Play by Harry finakixa Willis Goldbocl: ' Directed by Harold 5. Banquet ' Rib knit trunks with water- proof lined cigarette pock- et, white belt, nou-‘rust buckled. ‘ InvSWimming Trunks day, July 2 a: ‘ HM! M. Needham MEN’S WERE to gel; better orange iume In orange groves, a gas is“injected” into irri- .gation ‘water and carried to the roots of the" trees to make bigger, sweeter, juicier oranges. Because scientists at the “University of Petro- leum,” . Shell’s: $3,500,000 research laboratories, “squeezed” a petrology gas and got hydrogen. This they combined th nitrogen to make ex- cellent fertilizer (Shell'NHa). Simple? Hardly that. Not Was it simple to combine the right molecules from petroleum and make synthetic rubber, glycerine, explo- siVes—or the new Solutized Shell Gasoline. SHELTON-MASQN couNTrgopaNnL W, _M-. ._,._ .w.—A_..,._v___._._.x_..s SHELTON-MASON COUNTY mini. Consolidated with The Shelton Independent Entered as Second-class matter at the postoffic-e at Shelton, \Vashington Subscription Rates: in Mason County (outside of Shelton city mail carrier districts) $2 per year; (5 months, $1.25; 3 months, 75c. lrogulations forbid residents of Shelton served by city mail carrier from l Deer Leaps From 5 l I I said. the 50“ 0f William IVICCOI‘flbi Member of Washington Newspaper Publishers’ Association and National Editorial Association. one of the horses was fatally in-‘ hunting season, many more than. The fact that much of the. g; : NEW {time high: Try a tankfulof 1 .Two scientific factors advance the Road Performance Rating of the new Shell Gasoline-to an all- }; If is refined with the Solu- flzer Process (Shell research laboratories' Patent No. 2,149,379). This step: up per- formance by removing the "pro.knock mercapfcnsdl ,dglc‘od commercially try a tankful today! .2..'l'hermcll conversion make: It extra rich in Eco-compounds olmllar io'iso-ocMno—flrstpro- , scientists to give Americulooi- octane aviation gusollne. Your Shell dealer now has new Solutited Shell (at regular price) and Shell Premium— by Shell BY MAIL: TUCI‘lVlng their Journal by mail. BY JOURNAL CARRIER: I v. . lor $24.0 per year in advance. GRANT C. ANGLE Editor l and pleasure. I Published every Tuesday and Thursday afternoon i l l i I Foreign $3.50 pf‘l‘ year. l’ostal in Shelton, 25¢ per month (collected by carrier) Rev, I . ... 4...... Vacation Bible School Ends At Mt. Vlt’fl 0113991. The PRICE .. ,Tuesday,-l“ll°_ l I I An interesting program marked the close of the Vacation Bible School at Mountain View Chapelfl, Chas. Dale announced that‘ ithis was the best attended school1 J. EBER ANGLE , Manager ‘ an A SAFE 'AND SANE FOURTH It is timely to once, more sound the warning for a safe and sane Fourth of July, not so much 1n later years against the dangers of powder as‘ | Around Shelton there will not be much of Icelebration for the old-time Fourth enjoyment ini sports and games will be missing, although the: Vstay—at-homes will try to amuse themselves by; a lawn on Eighth street betweenishort trips or just taking it easy around home,i save money and keep out of as much danger as. possible; perhaps getting a little fun out of shoot-l ing a few mild fire crackers with the children to recall the “boom” of youth of other days. ‘ Then there is need to urge again that with the dry summer season at hand there is always. the danger of fire at home. in town and along; the highways as well as from chittem barkpeelers ', and berry pickers in the woods; and from carsf in inflammable spots. There are many ways to ikeep the Fourth safe and sane. l l l I DEMOCRACY ’S BASE Unusual, yet practical, advice ,was given to graduates at Villanova College in Pennsylvania, by Justice Owen J. Roberts of the U. S. Supreme icourt. He challenged individual Americans to re- I discover their political responsibilities and foster. _local control as part of ‘the job of preserving, democracy in this country. “We must prevent the destruction of local, self government,” he said, “and the centralization? lof power in Washington, D. C.” The decay of local government occurs today, he added, “because too many of our men are given over to the god of? professional success, the god of wealth and the; power? that goes with it.” l. I I News-Tribune. IGiSliEN, CLUBMEN CONTINUE PACEIN SOFTBALL LEAGUE! lMobugas Whips Skokomish, Ac- tivlans Edge Rayonier; No I I Games Thursday CITY LEAGUE SOFTBALL L RF RA Mobilgas .... .. 4 1 39 29 Activians .. . 1 42 25 Rayonier . . . . . . . . . .. 2 22 31| Skokomish .... .. l r41 ‘32‘ Bonneville .............. ., 1 3 26 54 l Results Thursday I Mobilgas 12, Skokomish 7 i Activians 6, Rayonier Games Tonight Bonneville-Skokomish, No. 1 Mobilgas-Rayonier, No. 2 I Games Thursday None because of 4th l Games Monday Activians-Mobilgas, No. 1 t Rayonier-Bonneville, No. 2 I I Mobilgas and the A‘ctivians mat- ched victories to maintain their" one-two pace at the top of the 'city softball standings Thursday: night, the gasmen rallying for at 12-7 verdict over Skokomishl Grange, and the clubmen taking! gspitchers’ duel from Rayonier,: ‘ Long blows were the tellingI punches in the Activians’ tri- umph, a triple by Joe Gruver with a mate aboard which he turnedl I I I into the full circuit on a bobble and a home run by Cy Murphy, ‘ also with a man on, put the club- men far enough in front to sew up the scrap behind Hugh Clark’s effective twirling. Rayonier lost its starting pit- cher in the first inning when Bill Lambert suffered a severely split finger on his pitbhing hand stop-l ping a line drive for the third! out. i Mobilgas couldn’t do much with. carrot—topped John'Eager’s offer-' ings for four innings and trailed, 7-1, but a six-run putburst in the fifth tied it up and three morer in the sixth won it. Bob Eager! smashed out a circuit wallop for' the Grangers in the early goingi as the losers fashioned their tem- i . porary lead. Because of the Fourth of July ‘hohday the following day, no | games are scheduled for this: Thursday night, but play will re-‘ sume next Monday. SEATTLEITES VIS—IT 3 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Irvine‘ land son, Dale, of Seattle, were weekend visitors at the home of lMl’. and Mrs. Bill Dickie SfllllPL day and Sunday, r I. l The nation would have a much better under- standing of democracy and greater chance to, keep it advancing if every citizen knew his own? responsibility toward it and were willing to work; for it- It may not seem like a spectacular enough? ,, contribution to national defense merely to be thei fibest possible citizen you can be in your own vil- -;§lage, your county and your state. But poor citi-= izenship in these smaller fields can hardly result ,in good citizenship in the national field.—— Tacoma ERES the car—and the price -—that are behind the big- gest swing in history to Nash! Never before has at lowest- iarice car offered you so much more! For example: Want Q9 M Economy? This big, husky Nash gives good drivers up to.30 milcsa gallon . . . with overall savings of $70 to $100 a year! Want gig Roomiest gar? Nash has the most seating room. Front seat’s nearly five feet wide! Lots of head-room! Sweeping picture windows! Want t_h_e Smoothest Ride? Nash alone has coil springing on all four wheels for the smoothest kind of ride any car can give you. Pi: mon Moors BOUGHT YOU §9_ MUCH 7521/ ,an enrollment of 55 children. ilearned in the two weeks ‘school. The Junior “display a number 0 ipictures that they had made dur— ing the handwork classes. Special awards were presented to Doro- i thy Meyer and Bernice Manke. The school was divided Miss Esther Cole of .VVash., and Mrs. Chas. Dale ,teachers. : Rev. Dale announced a special 1‘ 4th of July service and sermon: on Sunday, July 7th,- at the 11! o'clock hour. A capacity crowd of .rnothcrs: cl fathers attended the program: _;to hear their children sing and recite their lessons that they had class had on], f mottos and! Mont. Seattle, " as ‘in the history of the church with: l intof . . , ;three large classes with Miss El—I for safe and sober drivmg along the highways va Hershman of Malta, and streets during the three days of celebration lwhich will send people far and wide for vacation Jou rnul VVant-A‘l .23. ." ‘is ‘Lr‘wf Inquire, Then Y: Mod? CONCRETE, and MASONRY if Journal Want-Ads—Phone 100 , Seventh St.‘ Bridge v. ) l l i terms . . :',_ I I No need to turn a Beautyrest as often becausf‘: ., its independent spring action keeps it if“ ' getting out of shape, its ventilators keep it dealt} ‘ and fresh inside. Turn it according to your -’ custom the first several months until th padding has f‘leveled.” After that, turn it 0’11? 4 or 5 times a year. What a boon to Worse,“- accustomed to turning their mattresses daily or 1 weekly. Come in and let us show you a Beautyreqt ‘2 h...$39.50...youimay purchase one on {AMERICA‘S BIGGEST SLEEP VALUE 7. i Olsen Furniture “C I I 1 " fiall e lew- -L e'aSY Z. 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