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i l Page Two Bremertonians Find Canal Is Swim Paradise (From Bremerton News-Search- light). Too few residents of Washing- ton are informed of what their own state offers them. Illustrat- ing that truth is the general lack of knowledge concerning Hood Visits Father Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Dawson and children, Lorraine, Clifford and Norris of Dallas, Oregon, arrived last Wednesday to visit several days With her father, Fred Rose, of Southslde. They just missed Mrs. Rose who left several days earlier for California. Friday a family reunion was held with Al- bert Rose of Kamilche, Frank Rose, and Art Rodgers and fam- ily attending. Mr. and Mrs. Daw- son left Friday for their home. This was their first visit here in five years. Canal, the great inland body of salt water that is only a step fords the residents of this (Ls— trict swimming that is without parallel. Not even the beaches of Southern California can finer water for bathing, because the sea water in the lower end of I a jump from Brcmcrton and af—, boast i l i SHELTON-MASON COUNTY J OURNAIJ Tuesday, July THINK I FRIENDLY DEER VISIT BREMERTON Early this morning evidence was the Canal is warm and pleasant,» brought home to us, when a deer ‘ heated by the sun in its long trip ‘ was seen grazing in a neighbor’s from the colder stretches of Fu- 1 yard. 310W energetic and compe— get Sound and the Pacific. There-l tent is the speed of our National are, even here in Kitsap County? DefenSe Program, many who have never been swim— ming in the Canal, or know of its ideal conditions. True, there are better beaches, perhaps, for few stretches along the Canal 3 1' ‘3 l,crete sandy. But there are dozens off fine stretches of small gravel. and the beach itself makes no di lcr- l l u l ence to the swimmer whose niainl interest is the water. The Canal is a fine, natural resource, " )Vv'- ing year by year in popula as a scene for vacations and outings. : And it would attract. an ever: greater number if we would go to the trouble of publicizing what we have at our back door. HIHV T0 GET THE MOST F0]! YOUR )IATTRESS MONEY. . . Lesson #1:: APPROVED BY SCIENCE This Seal of Quality has been awarded to the Beautyrest Mattress by the United States Test- ing Company. And it has to be won every month to be retained. The seal certifies that... (1) This laboratory has rigidly tested the Beautyrest for durability and it has met their scientifically established standards. (2) United States Testing Company picks Beautyrest every month on the open market and check—tests them to see that quality is being fully main- tained...Beautyr€-st is the only mattress en- titled to this seal of quality. Come in and see the Beautyrest this week . . . . . . $39.50. cfiflt/J/Mai‘ AMERICA‘S BIGGEST SLEEP VALUE Olsen :Furniture Co. i l, i r a. l I For weeks we have been listen— ing to the rap-tap-tap of the hammers, the burr of bulldozers and the driving wheels of con- lnixers speeding to Emergency Housing Projects on the outskirts of town. With all this activity around us we are cognizant of the fact that much is being accomplished, and with a superior speed never before known in history. The incident of the deer hap‘ pened right after breakfast. A stifled yell from my neighbor reached my ears through the open kitchen door; with a celerity that almost tumbled me over the balustrade of the back porch I Lruehod for the back yard next door to offer any possible help in whatever emergency had aris— en. But 1 never" left my own yard for it was quite obvious that ltliere was nothing much that I l l l l l l perceived a deer eyeing the amazed neighbor woman in the next yard, and seemingly too . astounded to run away. dozens It is reported that three or four deer have been seen browsing among the berry bushes and shrubbery of Bremerton. Of course to this writer, the last is hearsay but, if such is a fact, it might be possible that perhaps of the same ruminant species are chewing their cudsin -the shade of the hollyhocks and gladiolus in town. city of our Defense Works so " effective that even the fleet-footed (leer can’t elude it, and the ex- igoncy has caused them to be: , come deniZens in the midst of the civilization of man. Or curiously enough, it may be ‘ that the inhabitant of the woods are slightly befuddled and mes- merized by so much disturbance changing world that they are be- coming unusually inquisitive and venturesome. . CHARMAINE BAUGHMAN, l 1245 Sheldon Boulevard, Brem- i erton, Washington. Annual Reunion 0f 0.0.1. Due July 19 Former students of the old Olympia Collegiate Institute, some lOf whom attended from Mason County, back in the later eighties, {will gather at Priest Point Park lSaturday, July 19th, for their annual reunion. Not a few of [these old students have since , made names for themselves in all ‘branches of military, professional l and civil life, a credit to the only school of .education available to the youth of this region in that day. Arthur L. Callow of Elma 1 is secretary of the association, and timers to join in the reunion. Cook with Gas. Appearance Count S as much in your printed message as it does in your p e r s o n a l solicitation. When you send out your sales message IN PRINT, it must have all the briskness, appearance and good taste as your high priced well-dressed salesmen, that’s if you want them both to do a first class job of selling. Printing of this type is designed and produced in the modern and well-manned plant of the Call The louRNA-L when you need printing 107 S. Fourth “in-Wm journal Phone 100 , Is the enormousness and velow thel l ’ would do. I was nonplused when l and excitement in this speedily' l Iinvitation is extended to all old partment of Licenses at Olympia, l l l l l l l l i l .1 l l ‘date upon which the motorist shall i adV- appear for examination. ] WHAT 06R mm "lCamas Prepares N SHELTbNM l Its Annual Paper Festival Programl l Camas. WashACamas, “the pa- , per city,” where the Washington pulp and paper industry had its. modest beginning 58 years ago, will hold its second annual paper festival July 24, 25 and 26, a cele— bration which is expected to at— tract over 15,000 visitors. l Principal events include an open , house at the 50-acre Crown Zeller- ; bach plant, world’s largest special— l ty paper mill, two parades, an, official outboard regatta sponsor—l ed by the Oregon Outboard as-l sociation, and four dances, two, of them on the huge floor of thel new Camas-Washéugal port dock warehouse. ; Open house at the mill, where! visitors will be shown the great, lant in full operation, will held Friday afternoon and eve-l ning, July 25, and all day Satur—l day. The mill’s daily production; of paper would make a sheet ten‘z feet wide reaching from here to Chicago. Other events Friday in— : clude a junior king and queen cm‘- i onation and a kids parade, in the} morning, and the dedication of two ; city parks, gifts of the paper com— l, pany, in the afternoon. A mod-i ern dance will be held in the port: warehouse in the evening, \vhcre'i 1500 people can dance comfort—l ably. l The grand parade Saturday at 10:30 a. m. will feature paper; trimmed floats from local organ—j izations and other paper mills}, throughout the northwest. Thel outboard regatta, which will be‘. viewed from stands on the port: dock, will be run in the Columbiaj river, starting at 2 p. m., and; will include 17 events in whichl the northwest's fastest and moist! daring drivers will take part. ' Another dance will be held 0115 the dock Saturday night and an: old time dance downtown. Other; events during the three days in-} clude the queen coronation and ball Thursday night, July 24, free ; street shows Friday and Satur—E day at 7 p. m., a three-day inter-i community softball tournament, and a golf tournament. l a 1 Pace Quickens On Drivers Llcense Renewals in City; l I If you haven’t had occasion to lock at your driver’s license re— cently you had better take a gan— l der at it, just to remind yourselfl that it will expire on July 31. All motorists are warned that these permits must be renewed before that date, or their rights to op-i erate a motor vehicle may be ques- tioned. ’- Applications for new licenses may be made either at the office of the State Patrol in the Govey' Building, or at the office of the County Auditor in the court house. , The present license will be taken, up, a receipt issued to the motor— ist, and in due course a new li- cense will be sent from the. De-‘ the together with approximate ; In the case of original liccnsos,l for, newcomers in the state or for; those who have just reached the; age at which they may secure a, license, both a written and a phys~ l ical test is given. This test is“ given only by the State Patrolm, Renewed licenses will require the’ physical test, and this will be giv— en at a later date following the application, as the rush. is so great i that these tests cannot be han-a dled as the applications are re-i ceived. License Officer Pat Smith has suspended giving the physical test on renewals now that the rush has quickened. So line up and get that. n cw driver’s license, and save trouble. and embarrassment after July 31,; when the present ticket expires. Clergymen outnumber physic- ians 22 to 1 in American Samoa. according to the Census Bureau. There are 89 clergymen and 4 , physicians. -89 clergyman, 12 persons the i gave “religious : In addition to their occupations workers.” as adv. “Cook Euipkly with Gas. A Tip From Your: l Cleaner l DON’T DRY CLEAN AT HOME v It is not safe to dry-clean in, your home. The use of a high‘ i -ly inflammable fluid invites dis- aster, and even non—explosive or noninflammable cleaning fluids are not safe to use in lingo quan- tities, as the vapors from them are toxic if inhaled to any ex— tent. However. it is safe to use these noninflammablc fluids in the small quantities required for removing stains, if the work is done in a well-ventilated room. -Another reason for not attempt— ing dry—cleaning at home is that good work cannot be done. Dry— cleaning is really a Washing process, using cleaning fluid in« stead_of soap and water. Large quantities of cleaning fluid. spee— i'al washing machines for thor— ough cleaning and rinsing, and equipment for clarifying the fluid are needed. If the fluid is not clarified. the cleaning process be— c0mesan expensive job. Spec— ial equipment is needed also for pressing and reshaping gar— ments. Only the good dry—clean— .r is equipped to do all this. ltogether. it is safer. much more satisfactory. and more eco— nomical. to send your clothes to a good cleaner. l ‘ BY IVIAIII: bei. Q’U A’LITY C LEA-N ER S :Member National Association .Dyers :& .Cleaners prised 15,576 Eskimos, 11,283'In- dians, and 5,599 Aleuts, according to the Census. For an inexpensw t. fective Journal Wan,- 100. News Brevities Of Ta_h_llya Area Consolidated with The Shelton Independent Published every Tuesday and Thursday afternoon | “7 APE S ‘5 . i U .' Member of Washington Newspaper Publishers‘ Association By NHS‘ V‘ 1" Known“! E and National Editorial Association. Tahuya, July 14.~Mr. and Mrs. , Entered as second—class matter at the postoffice at Shelton, Washington W, A. Culken of Vancouver, Wash, _ ' . . and young Bob Judkins of Seat—i SUbSCI’lpthH Rates: tle are this week’s guests at the' in Mason County (outside of Shelton city mail carrier districts) lovely summer home of Mr, and Foreign {$3.50 per year: Postal Mrs“ Han Clty mall earner from Mrs. Gordon Stolze and ‘Mrs.‘ Frances Huson made a business trip to the county seat on Friday. } Mr. Geo. Archer and Mrs. Knowlton represented the school board over there on Thursdaywtol get some first hand information! ' on the transportation problem. Gene and Betty Lou Mickleson‘ lwere up for several days from Belfair to visit the Huson chil- dren. .:. $2 per your; 6 months, $1.25; 3 months, 75¢. regulalions forbid residents of Shelton served by recvivlng their Journal by mail. BY JOURNAL CARRIER: in Shelton, 25¢ per month (collected by carrier) or $2.50 per year in advance. GRANT C. ANGLE Editor Manager J. EBER ANGLE [ l Flinn REAL-FORGOTTEN MAN 1 In these days when labor is striking for more money all down the line to meet the increasing cost of living, and incidentally, doing its part in the increase; business for the same reason boost- A bountiful crop of hay has just been stored away. (arhyme! Spit over your shoulder, or suin- . . . pin’)- mg its prices wherever pOSSlble, and farmers den .PhyllisiIReindslacnc‘l ignore;l manding some share of increase to offset their"gone to Spo’ e W‘ 6' ' _ . lgrandmother, Mrs. Kilby. I enforced longer hours in trying to make a J. W. Huson’s new cabin of four the Enumclaw Courier-Herald calls attention toir°g§1§slzejgpg§§:ggggEgglybasj the real forgotten man of today, -ol' Oakland, Calif, has sold his; That man is forced to serve his country willy- giggly 0“ the mad “ea” Mame nilly at the lowest starvation wage in American where, on where, is that road, history, $21 a month, and no back talk; hardly,$235,332,533“gagesupggzegmg‘j' enough for respectable week-ends out of camp; and nothing left for the family he may have left‘ fic gets heavier and heavier and at home; nor consolatlon to him for the good jobs the dust thicker and thicker. Callus for SAN » I Japanese residents of the Is— left behind, or promlse that he Wlll get that or logging gum 8:11:23? 33%}, agé Mason 001mm. r. another just as good when Uncle Sam turns him of the 785 white pobulation of undry and, loose on the world again. Guam were born on the Island. a erg All the while the men left at home are en-’ adv. Gas is Clean. joying the best wages in their lives and the short- est hours of work in the war industries, and the: government is dealing out money by billions for‘ every conceivable purpose under the name of war defense, and for everybody except the man be- hind the gun. Truly the draftee is the real for- gotten man in a money-crazed era. NEW HIGHWAY DIRECTOR l l The people down this way will approve the; recent appointment, of Burwell Banta as Director of Highways by Governor Langlie, Wltlfl the pros- pect of a little more interest in the ‘h1g_hways of Mason County than has been shown in recent years. i As an engineer of long years and of c-ons1d-‘ erable service in Shelton, where he has planned and directed its’ major improvements Inthe past: seven years, as well as in city and county pro- jects in Lewis County, he is well fitted to take charge of the largest projects of state. ' I Perhaps one of those which need early action is the rebuilding of the Narrows bridge, under some new plans avoiding the mistakes of the un- fortunate failure, and under government financ- ing as a connecting link in the scheme of national defense between the Navy Yard and the army and l l air fields. THE HOT Ellis ARE HERE While the real hot days of summer were a little slow in coming, and it has not rained for al- most a month, they are now on us With the glassl for two days showing 101 officially, and anywhere between 92 degrees in the shady side to.120 0n the sunny side of the street;‘but there are plenty of cooler spots to be found for those Who are so. privileged. This is one degree higher than any old timer remembers. - f ‘ It is recalled that a lot of people have beeni clamoring for warm weather ever since last. year, and anxious for the swimming and outingl season to get here so they could enjoy outdoors; and run around in “shorts,” or shorters, whetherl at home, in town or on the beaches and this is the time of year when Mason County'and‘Hood 2 Canal beaches are in demand and well patronized. Which reminds us that there are not enough; public parks and spots where the wandering pic-l nic family can drop down to the beaches and en-j joy a few hours of restful idleness, because most: of these spots are gobbled up in private hands, and the “no trespass” signs are as thick as stop lights in the city; Twanoh Park is as well‘patron— ized as any city park and a half-dozen such;pub lie parks are needed. . l ‘Wilh'lhééei-Nefi lirigidaire‘ a ,gn ed 15» o Oneimore shelf than other ‘ ‘ 6 cu. ft. refrigerators 0 Famous Quickubei Trays O'Spacé Saving SheIVes wafimdMW” Electric .isRunges ‘1 at, o ALL-Percale?” cluding (100“ SCENTI‘NG GAS=WASTERS Secretary Ickes’ nose is on a hot scent again, after the automobiles with bum carbureters and snorting exhausts which'prove 'a‘tri‘fling ‘waste of gas, when this country needs to save drops against the coming gasless dayswhile still send- ing tanker loads to Japan. This merely proves the one-track minds which seek to run things,’ and add to the cost of living. and: driving,'for tink- ’ ‘See‘inlat'flYiouv'fiell ering in the shops these days is expenswe. ____' v. 6.0.0 . ~ . . 0 Exclusive New Radiantubc 'o'ThermiZe’ Now that Uncle Sam is expanding hlS basesi Cooking Units whole meal!“ overseas to Iceland and Ireland, and‘taking over 'OLifetime Porcelain Inside oBeautiful (ling ships for troop movmg‘, it can no longer'be :pd Out Lampd enied that our bo s are destined soon to o ' Mfty*s“”er'5izcoven "'3" ‘ y g I Hi8h4Speed Broiler advanced [as “over there,” many of them at 2~$21a month pay, “air while Civilian workers in these distant camps are /' drawmg up to $90 for short-week pay. Merely an- other evidence of national unbalance. r ‘Cook-Muter Oven Control illultrated, optional 8‘ 'M EMore‘iFor Your M0 l _ It is interesting,.in spite of tragic possibilirl ties, to watch the battle between the monumental . : bars of all history, Stalin andI—Iitler, once play- .; mates in crime; both with, all their satellitele inemies of this country. The “native stock" of Alaska numbered 32,458 in 1939 and com- According to the Census, one- fourth of the total state tax yield in 1940 was derived firom~taxesl on the sale of gasoline and al- coholic beverages.