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Shelton Mason County Journal
Shelton, Washington
July 3, 1941     Shelton Mason County Journal
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Page Six IIIIIIIIIII-IIIuI-IuI-IIIIIIIuIlIIIIIIIIIIIlIIIIIIInlIIIIIIIIIIIIInIIIIIIIlIInIIIIIIIIIIuIIIIInn-nu-II-Illl-lllu-In-u SiiEfiiIN BEATliN ? lN JUNIOR lEGlllN DlSlRlCT START A l Errors Of Mind and Body Con-I tribute To South Tacoma’s 8 to 2 Victory I l 4TH DISTRICT STANDINGS W L pct South Tacoma .. .. . 2 1 .667 North Tacoma ,. .. 1 1 .500 Shelton ................. .. 0 1 .000 Game Saturday l Shelton at North Tacoma. l Game Tuesday l South Tacoma at Shelton 3 Mental errors which were more numerous than their physical bob- blcs contributed materially to Shelton's 8-2 defeat at the hands of South Tacoma. in the local clubs opening game in defense of its 4th District American Le— gion junior basgball champion-. ship at South Tacoma Monday af— ternoon. i Jess Phillips pitched fine ball for Shelton, held the Tacomans hitless through the first four inn- ings was protecting a 2 to 0 lead. going into the fifth. Then a men-. tal miscue allowed the TacomanS‘ their first counter and they went out ahead in the sixth with a pair of tallies, one of which was un- earned. ' Coach Homer Taylor lifted Phillips and sent in Bob Cole in the seventh and the Tacomans took to his offerings for three runs, one unearned, and bagged a‘ pair of gift tallies in the eighth on another Shelton miscue. ‘ Shelton scored its two runs in the second as Ken Fredson tripled, Len Savage walked, Phillips roll-, ed infield to let Fredson score and advanced Savage so he could‘ tally on Bob Pearce‘s blow. 3 But that was all the damage: Shelton could do to Larry Arps offerings, the Tacoman giving up only four more hits. Shelton's outfield play was par-I ticularly weak and the hitting? was far from robust. i Saturday Shelton goes back to' Tacoma again to play the North} End entry, then gets its first‘ home game here next Tuesday af—i ternoon with the South Enders as. the opposition. Despite Monday‘s; loss, Shelton is still very much in} the thick of the race for district. honors as all three teams have] already lost one game, and if thel defending champions can pull: themselves together and win theirE three remaining games they’ll re-i peat as district titlists. Monday’sf l Shelton ab r h o a el Rector, cf ..... ._ 4 o 0 2 0 1! Carlson. 1f ...... _. 5 0 1 o 0 0‘ Cole, rf—p ...... .. 5 O 1 0 0 0 Fredson, 1b vi 1 2 11 O 0 Miller, c ......... .. 3 0 0 5 3 0 Savage. ss ...... .. 3 1 0 1’. 4 1‘ Phillips, p-rf i 0 0 0 5 OI Pearce. 3b ...... ._ 4 0 0 3 0'7 McGuire. 2b 0 o 3 3 1' Totals ....... .34 2 6 2‘1 18 31 South Tacoma ab r h o a el Schiesz, ss . .... ,_ 4 2 1 1 2 Swanson. 2b 5 1 1 1 6 0 Bemis, lf ...... ._ 4 0 1 2 O D Hartman, rf 4 1 1 1 0 0 Jacobson, cf.,.. 4 0 1 1 0 0 Brunswick, 1b.. 4 0 0 13 0 0 Russell, c . . . . .. 4 2 2 5 0 0 McCallum, 3b .. 1 2 0 3 4 0 Arsp. p . _. 4 0 1 0 0 Totals... . .31 8 27 1.") 2 Score 8 lnnin s Shelton 9 hits. .. , .. .. 021 001 101745 South Tacoma 000 012 32x-——8 hits ............ .. 000 023 213048 SUMMARY: 3-base hitst‘red- son, Hartman. Sacrifice ~- Miller. Runs batted ind-Phillips. Pearce, Jacobson 2, chis, Arps, Swan- son, Schiesz. Struck out-w-Arps 6, Phillips 3. VValks-v-Arps 4, Phil« lips 2, Cole 2. Runs responsible for rrArps 2. Phillips 2, Cole 2. Double plawahillips to Savage to ll‘redson. LOST TAKE GIRE SCOUT CAMP READY Elma. June 28.——~(Spccial.) a Camp Dorothy Belle, Girl Scout camp at Lost Lake will open to- morrow for a five weeks' camp- ing period, closing August 3. Mrs. Emma Howell will act as camp director. Mrs. Dill of Olympia will be cook, and Miss Arlie Jones Will be camp nurse. Miss Betty ' tions. 020 000 000- ---2 ‘ Erdman will be waterfront di- rector. The Brownies will attend camp the first week and Brownies and Girl Scouts may register for the second week. Mrs. John Trohi- movich is in charge of registra- tion. TivE NATIONAL DEFENSE LA WS REVIEWED HERE American Legion (‘alls Attention To Measures Passed By Last Legislature Officers of the American Le- gion today received a rcsum: of live national dcfen:-c muisurcs which were passed by the last session of the state legislature. The five bills deal with the suppression of subscrvice activ— itics, the designation of national defense areas, the creation of a state defense council and the pro- tection of the jobs and of the rights of men called into the army or for service with the dc- fcnsc forces. Chapter 215 (S. B. 220) Subver- sive Activities, Extends the defini- tion of “criminal anarchy" to in— clude persons using the radio or distributing printed matter. Dis— qualifies any person convicted of “criminal anarchy” from holding,r public employment for five years after his conviction. Effective now. Brief resumes of the five pieces of legislation follow: Chapter 200 (HB. 621) Nation- al Defense Areas: Authorizes the governor to designate protective defense areas throughout the state; prohibits all persons other than military authorities from en- tering such areas Without a per- mit from the Washington S ta t c Patrol. Firearms Regulated Prohibits any firearms, ammu- nition or explosives in any pro- tective defense area without au- thority of the governor, except by competent military authority; pro- hibits the use of any protective defense area of any binoculars, cameras or photographic equip- ment without ority of the. governor except by competent military authorities. Provides penalty for violation. Preserves a separate validity of all sec- Effcctive now. (HB. 596) State Defense Council: Creates a state Defense Council to‘ consist of eighteen members to be appoint- ed by the governor; authorizes the council to employ assistants; provides that Council serve with- out pay except expenses. Makes the Council act as advisory on Na— Chapter 177 rect investigations, and defense activities. Authorizes the governor to cre- ate local councils for defense to co-operate with the State Coun- cil. Necessary appropriations. Effective now. Chapter 174 (HB. 486) Military Service: Suspends the running of the Statute of Limitations Iagainst a person in military ser- vice so long as such person has the benefit of the Federal Civil Liability Act. lnsures Soldiers’ Jobs Chapter 201 (SB. 101) Soldiers and Sailors: Provides that any person called into military or naval service under the present national defense emergency who leaves a permanent position shall, upon termination of duty if ap- plication is made within 40 days after such honorable discharge, be restored to such position or to a position of like status and pay, unless there has been a change in the employer's circumstances which makes it impossible or un- reasonable to do so. Provides official leave of ab- sence for any elective officer without vacating the office; pro— vides for an Tint-rim of temporary appointment to fill such vacan- cy during the period of such ser- vice, provided however, that no rights of such elective officer shall extend beyond the term for which he was elected; pro- tects such person's rights to par- ticipate in insurance. retirement pay or other benefits; provides penalty for employers who fail to comply with act; makes Soldiers' and Sailors‘ Civil Relief Act of 1940 specifically apply in this state; preserves all rights to par- ticipate in any unemployment ben- efits that might accrue after re- turn to private employment. Pre- serves the separate validity of all sections. Effective now. Mrs. Grout, Suffers Severe Heart Attack Word has been received by friends here that Mrs. Ed Grout of Shelton is confined in bed in Seattle under physician’s care af- ter suffering a severe heart at- tack recently while on her Way to Seattle to help care for her bro- ther, also ill in bed. JllLY Featuring . DAVID Admission :#Gentlenien 75¢ incl. Two Big Dances BLUE 0X Friday and Saturday 4&5 Music of R088 and His 12 piece Orchestra of Seattle with ROBERTA Tax; Ladies 25¢ incl Tax I l l l i I I l I I I I l 1 I l I l l l I l l I I i l I I I l l I ! l _____._______.-__ SHELTON—MASON COUNTY JOURNAL How fortunate we are to be able to celebrate the fact that we have our freedom, and let us all strive to preserve it, by doing our part to protect it. Some will be taking a short trip, others fish- ing, swimming, hiking, etc. We are mentioning a few items that you will need. get/’4’“ Bathing Suits . . . . . . . . . . . 1.59 to 2.98 Ladies Lastcx and Rayon in Beautiful Patterns and Colors. BathingShoeS 69¢ Just the Shoe for the Rocky Beaches—Comes in all Sich. BathingCaps 25¢to39¢ Keep the Hair Beautiful by Using 3. Rubber Swim Cap. BeachTowels 1.25 You Just Can’t Afford to be Without These Beach Towels. (36x72) Assorted Colors. SunSuitS...............'.39¢t059¢ Childrensvaome in Very Cute Styles in Pretty Asst. Patterns. Size 1 to 6. Turbans 25¢t039¢ Everyone is Using These Tie On Turbans. The Colors are Beautiful. Kerchiefs 25¢t059¢ The Popular Head Wear are These Beautiful Kcrchiefs—«Prctty Figured Patterns. - SLACK-SUITS 2.98 Women's washable slack suits of Sanforized dcnims in Rose, Copen and Acqua. Soft Spun Rayon slack suits~striped jackets and solid color trousers in Beige. Soft Rose, Pink and Light Blue. All in sizes 12 to 20. Outsizes 20% to 26%.. 3.98 Children’s SLACK SUITS 1.29 & 1.98 ‘ Sanforizcd Sizes 1 to 14 Women's 3-Piece PLAY SUITS 1.98 to 3.98 One and two piece short outfits with matching skirt. One piece shorts with con- trasting sun back dress. The ideal all-purpose washable pleated skirt of printed cotton. Wide band top -—‘ Zipper closing Gay floral prints on white background —— Sizes 10 to 20. Just the skirt for play, golf, tennis. and beach wear. Lyn-Crisp Dresses 3.98 Jeanne Brown (Famous Fashion Model) says “This dress is just darling. I love its flowered scroll pattern and simple skirt waist style." Only one of many beautiful styles. Washable! LUMBERMEN’S MERCANTILE CO. Thurslay, Jilly 3': '5 ‘ Prices FOI' ., Thursday - Sat“. Six Delicious Flavorsi-Try All Six. CANDY BARS Choice. KELLOGG’S CORN FLAKES . . . . . . . . 3 pkgs. 20¢ LIBBY DEVILED MEAT. . . . . 515—071-— 3 cans 25¢ SY LV AN DILL PlCKLES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . qt. 10¢ LIBBY’S OLIVE-cl . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 2 buffet tins 17¢ BEVERAGES ..I Double Cola, Ginger “6' sion Orange. 6 12-oz. Bottles ‘3 28-07.. bottle Plus Deposit All-l’ul‘lt Lunc ,‘ MOLASSES CHE‘WS. .... lb. 19¢ 1. peg; JEWEL SHORTENING 3 lbs. 43¢ ------------------ " HILL’S COFFEE ~—— Blue Can . . . . . . . . . . . . lb. KOOLADE .. .............6pkgs. 25¢ 25¢ Grahams....21bs' 3 I FRESH ROASTED PEANUTS . . . . . . . ., 2-lbs. 29¢ .................. gals; Scott Tissue 3 muesli. Scott Kitchen TOW 2 with Enamel Holder W’ld’rf Tissue 6 1‘0“? SEAPORT PORK & BEANS 21/2’S. . . . .. 2 cans 25¢ FRUIT for COCKTAIL—~Sanivalley N0. 1. . 2/ 25¢ Nalley’s Potato Chips 3-oz.—3 for 25¢ lb........29¢ Nalley's Wonder Pickles Relish Catsup. Choice 2f0r.....29¢ Fresh Fruits & Vegetables Fancy Hen Turkeys. . . lb Colored Fryers . . . . . . lb. White Fryers . . . . . . . . lb. RoastBeef lb rLI‘D‘Zliephone Peas . . . . . 4-lbs. 19¢ Ground Beef . , _ lb. Firm, Ripe lb. BACON SQUARES .................. .. Hamburger Or SAUSAGE ................................ _. SKINLESS WIENERS .......... _. Carsten’s Assorted LUNCH MEAT ........................ .. Tomatoes . . . . . . . . . . . 3-le. 25¢ Cglrrots, Beets .. . . . . . . 2 bu. 5¢ Celery buncth¢ lb. lb. lb. 0 ¢ a Armour's . lifted Beans 3 lbs. 25¢ COLD CUTS ______________________________ lb, ,-__ we: I e Cobbler 2 DASH DOG FOOD .............. _. 3 for Spuds 12-lbs. 25¢ No. 2 SPUDS 50-lbs. 69¢ Oranges . . . . . . . . . . . 10-lbs. 49¢ Full of Juice. Arizona Grapefruit . 10-lbs. 49¢ , a Sweet Pickles Dill Pickles —— Pickled”. Pigs Feet Mince Meal ” 4. All at Popular Prices ' i‘f July4th SPECIALS! 4th of July SHOES REMEMBER You Can’t Enjoy Yourself Without Comfortable Shoes! Men's SPORT SHIRTS 69¢ In & Outer Style. OTHERS .............. .. 1.00 to 4.95 Crew Neck Sport Shirts ..... White Sabot t" ... . . . . . . .. 3.95 Ladies Sport Shoes. BStripcsS—lSm'iiilSMeiium, Large. ‘2 I oys ac uis .......................... ._...z Beige Sabot Strap . . . . . . . . . . . Shirt and Pants to Match. Blue, Tali or Green T01“ Quality. BOYS —-.- Ladies Sport Shoes. Beige Rancho Bootee . . . . . . .. 4.50 With Drawstring. 0 ‘ How would you like an official Rubber (Outdo o o c o o u o o a o Softball? with the purchase of one or more To 25', Sawyer sport shirts. You may have one for only Brownbilt—Cloth—White, Beige. Tom Sawyer Sport Shirts ...................... .. 79¢ to White. Kedette Oxfords . . With Ciiban or College Heel. Saddle Oxfords 3:95 Men’s White and Brown. Saddlerfords 5.50 Edgerton. DoubleTans 5.50 Beige and Brown. Blue and White, Wine and 1.95 Roya 81 Boy’s Swim Trunks All Wool Extra Special. Navy Blue, Maroon. Men’s Swim Trunks . . . . 1.19 Jockey Satin or Wool. Men’s SWim with Jantzen- or ' as: 9999.993 . 6.50 terials. & All-White Men'S SLACK SUI. 2.95 to 6-95 Shirts and pants to able. Just the thing vacation wear. ‘ OXFORDS Edgcrton Plain Toe and Wingtip 5.50 “Your Complete Department Store”