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July 15, 1941     Shelton Mason County Journal
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Page Six Native Daughter Back In Shelton Edna fiOllifi arrived ' l Mrs. last , week from Saginaw, Michiga 21,: with her three young sons, andl will make her home With her u! ther, Frank Troinor, on Comic! Creek. The sons, Elmer, Donald‘ and Larry, will be "l’li'lllll‘ll :n till.“ grade schools this fall. Mrs. Olli is a native of Shelton“ the daughter of a pioneer resi-f dent, Joseph Trainer, born at the south end of First street, and hen school days were spent here. She left in 1913 for Michigan where; she was married and raised her family, and has lived until coming' back to Shelton. l l FINAL DIVORCE GRANTED Judge D. F. Wright signed final, divorce papers in Superior court Saturday for Clarice from Thomas Hopland. MARRIAGE LICENSE 3 Fredrick Charles Harner, 21, and Lola Virginia Cherry. 20, both of Montesano, applied for a, marriage license here Saturday. Gas is More Economical. adv.‘ THEATRE SHELTON, WASHINGTON Two shows every night Starting at 7:00 P.M. i Matinee 2:15 P.M. Saturday and Sunday Admission 10c and 25.»: plus tax ‘ lOIIS win by Otis Te,in of Union Satur- Womah seriously Injured By Car; Driver Charged? _._,_._ , Mrs. Cora Kindred of Brcmcr-i ton is in Shelton Hospital in ser-g condition as the result of! having been struck by a car driv-l day night at Union. i'at Glidden of Bremerton, hitl hv the Teig car at the same time, i also is receiving treatment ati Shelton Hospital but his conditioni is not as serious. Mrs. Kindred; was rushed to Shelton by Statefi Patrolman Cliff Aden, who hap-i .oened along just as the accidenti happened, his prompt acting be-l ing credited with saving the wo-l man’s life. j Teig received a $20 fine, plusl costs, a 20-day jail sentence, sus-f pended, and his drivers license was i suspended for 60 days on a reek-3 i less driving charge. .I. C. Grimm of Olympia, also: arrested on a reckless drivingl charge as the outgrowth of a . he had near ivfunson Lakes; \ii ‘on the Olympic Highway Sunday; rl'Eht, was fined :nlO and costs,{ given a suspended 20-day jail sen- 5 and his llCE‘l‘lSC suspended; for 20 days when tried yesterday. ’l‘ne arr: s't was made by Aden,3 assisted by Pat Smith, s t a t e ; patrol rookie. 1 Edward A. Hobi, Aberdeen, f0'-| .H... .feited $12.50 bail yesterday wheni he failed to appear for a hearing: on charges of being drunk in pub- l (Final Ist Half Standings) CITY SOFTBALL LEAGUE KOKOMisH, luau); l l l W L RI" RA Active ()luh ............. ..5 2 62 :55 . Rayonier .................. ..4 I 48 48 Mohilgas . .... ., ...4 4 49 52 Skokomish .4 4 65 51 Bonneville ................ ..2 5 15 85 Latest Scores Skokomish 8, Rayonier 6. Activians 9, Skokomish 2. Skokomish 4, Activians l. Bonneville 7, Mobilgas 5. Games Thursday Mobilgas-Skokomish. No. 1. Activians-Rayonier, No. 2. Games Monday L. M.-Activians, No. 1. Rayonier-Mobilgas, No. 2. Game Tuesday Skokomish-Bonneville, No. 1. Midget Johnny Edmiston, Sko~ komish Grange‘s “soft armed” softball pitcher, first did the Activians a bad turn, then re— taliated with a good one. He pitched his grange club to a 4 to 1 victory over the Activ- ians last Thursday night which endangered the clubmen's first half championship hopes, then he turned around last night and cin- ehed the crown for the Activians by pitching the clubmen‘s lone remaining challanger, Rayonier, into an 8 to 6 defeat at Loop Field. The Grangers had to come from behind last night to eliminate Ray- AOTIVIil-S WIN FIRST IALF TITLE WITH 8 1 lie place and for parking on the onier; Trailing 6 F0 3v gomg mm l highway. He was arrested early: the fifth, Skokomish shoved five , Sunday morning on‘the Skokomish ‘Valley road by Aren and Smith. "0 , u irevoked for a year, on charges of Iruns across the dish in the fifth. lNeither team scored after that. Bremertony ‘ Edmiston kept Rayonier‘s h o m 9 Walt r B. An 'ell, , e g givenirun hitters quiet last night, the l was fined $100 and costs, days in jail, and his license first pitcher in several games to do so. Edmiston's victory over the . c ' ’ rrest . . . drunken lrlvmg after ms 3 lAetxvxans Thursday was the first .Article Describes .last week after wrecking a stolen “ ' 'v‘xs‘alilc . (sum ‘0' I 01” H ‘car near the city limits on thel A . A 'was suspended unless he is freed Last Time Tonil'cl lof a car theft charge he will face EDWARD G. ROBINSON in Kit-Sap county. I “DA LUp|N0__JOHN Angell‘s companion, Myles O.‘ GARFIELD iWilliams, was fined $10 and costs l , . . , and turned over to Bremerton po- “EHE SEER EVOLF, lice. on a charge of being drunk1 by Jack London. ‘in a public place. This is the story of a hell—ship i All cases were prosecuted by‘ of the human dregs that were i Frank Heuston, Mason Countyi its crew . . . and of the heart- prosecuting attorney. less killer that ruled them! , '*"~——-: Wm— , l This is the one story of the IVOT FRIEND NOR RELAI‘ION! Mel Dobson, prominent legion- sea you H never forget‘ News’ naire, Odd Fellow lodge officer, cartoon‘ ‘and Rayonier employe, wishes it , :known that the person who has Wednesday lbeen going around town the past , few days claiming to be a very “RIDE, ,close friend and in some cases a 1 RIDE” lrelative of ,his is a total stranger Eugene Fallen“ M.u..,m lto Dobson and that anyone loan- Stephens, Mary Healy Thrilling Racing Romance! NEWS —- SHORTS . ing thi sparty money or property ‘on the strength of the claim to friendship or relationship to Dob- son is doing so at his own risk. ;W_ l l Thursday —-— 15c N ite SUNDAY Double Feature “TOO MAN Y BOY ARRIVES i Mr. and Mrs. Gene Deach of Route 2 became parents of a baby l son born Sunday at Shelton Hos- BLONDES” pital- Rudy Vallee, Helen Parrish —‘—‘—-—~“ -—and— INJURED AT REED MILL O. M. Steen suffered an arm GOLD” John Garfield, Francos Farmer, Pat O’Brien injury in an accident at the Reed , Mill Monday. l Hflwfl 5 Cool, Quick c o o kin g with . Gas. adv. AWE/l -PUTS nus r «a “FE-SAVING ‘ (AR! Get Rid of Unsafe TIRES Before They Get Rid of You— Goodm Silvertowns Protect You Against Both Skids and Blow-outs i AND YOU CAN PAY AS YOU RIDE \l ‘ 4. l %’ V rm Use our liberal ludgof Plan to equip your car with this famous llfo-sovlng fire. If will carry you more mllu— more solely for fewer dollar: illo- any I'lro over built. ‘ , Bayshore road. The sentence herel both farms and hatcheries. game of a doubleheader the two teams staged to make up a game rained out earlier in The Activians hammered John Eager for a 9 to 2 victory in the second game, taking advantage of the redhead's wildness for a large part of their tallies. Hugh Clark hurled steady ball for the club- men. Bonneville Surveyors have at least one club they can beat in the league, it seems, for they slapped a 7 to 5 defeat on Mo- bilgas Thursday night which eliminated the gasmen from title contention. The only two games the surveyors won in the first half were both over Mobilgas. First Baseman Vic Miller hammer- ed two homers for the surveyors but didn’t get credit for his sec- ond when he missed second base. Because of the transfer of sev- eral players to Longview for sev- eral days. Bonneville's game last night with the Activians was post- poned, now won’t have to be play- ed inasmuch as the clubmen can- not be pried loose from the first half title anyway, and so, too, has the Bonneville-L. M. game sched- uled for this Friday been delayed. Second half play opens Thurs- day. L. M. BECOMES SIXTH ENTRY FOR 2nd HALF Entry of the Lumbermen's Mer- cantile squad swells the city soft- ball league to a six team organ- ization for second half play, which gets under way this coming Thurs- day evening. _ With six teams and only two fields available, the third game of each set of pairings will have to be played on an “extra” night aside from the regular Monda and Thursday nights the league adopted before. the first half start- ed, hence there will be single games each Tuesday and Friday nights for the second half sched- ule. Fish Hatchery (Continued from Page One) game, restocking in some places and newly planting in others, and the continued program will prob- ably add another 75,000 to those who pay $1.50 for county, or $8 for state licenses. He pointed out that while sportsmen might upset the nor- mal balance of fish and game, there were many other factors that prey on natural life, too re- duce the natural increase, for all life is food for something else. As instance while a salmon may spawn several thousand eggs hard- ly a Ifhlf-dozen turns into fry and IIVe to return as mature fish, but propagated in a hatchery and reared to fingerlings or even larger the loss is slight for the fish are able to care’ for them- selves. The same is true of pheas- ants and other game birds, and the antificial rearing is now bear- ing fruit in. the increasing bird- life in many counties of the state where planting has been done: Ma- son County being an example in both fish and birds. Good Results Obtained The talk on fish was concluded with the statement that the com- Imission is drawing from the uni-- versities and training men who are students of wild life and ar— tificial methods of conserving it, and is securing good results in Pro- tection and enforcement of the the year. l l l l l l y l I l l l l l i l l Budget Manager ; ' A. Above is M. L. Fox, recently named budget manager for Al , Huerl)y Motors, whose special attention is being devoted to promoting sale of Goodrich tires. Mr. and Mrs. Fox have. moved to Shelton to make their home. Olympic Peninsula Titled “Olympic National Park, Our New Playground” a compli- mentary and well illustrated ar- ticle about the tourist attractions on the Olympic Peninsula appearsi in the current issue of The High-u way Traveler, national magazine! widely distributed among th e traveling public. I Included in the article, which“ notes much of interest in the his-i tory and natural attractions of' the peninsula, is the story of Juan ' de Fuca’s discovery of the Straits, and unique features of peninsulal attractions. , REGISTRATION LOTTERY JULY 17 Washington, D. C., July 10.—— Selective service headquarters an- nounced last night that the lot- tery for newly registered men of 21 would be held here July 17. A total of 750 numbers will be drawn. The largest number of' men registered in any draft dis- trict was 661 in the Sparrows Point district of Balitmore. ,aluminum to be used for planesl SHLTON=MASO CUNT .iRNAi :QUESTiONs, ANSWERSVABOUT , COMING ALUMINUM COLLECTION! Questions and answms about‘ the collection of aluminum July1 24th and 25th which will he (tour; ducted by the Boy Scouts in Slicl~i ton. \Vho Gets The Aluminum After It Has Been Collected? Th e aluminum will be picked up byl I city, county, or State officials and ' .taken to yards of waste dealers. l for sorting, classifying, and bal-l ing. Then, it will be shipped toj smelters. Do The \Vasle Dealers (It-t Paid For This Service? No. They are to contribute and supervise their facilities without profit. The: metal will be sold to the smelt- ers at a special uniform price fix- ed by the Government. The smelt— crs will be paid directly by check, to "National Scrap Aluminum l . i F d‘n fir, f h F d .‘1 I. softball team to Benton next- un C 0 t e C on ‘0 Sunday to meet Renton Hilll serve Bank of Richmond. Virgin- ia. Thus, the entire net proceeds will be available to the Office of Civilian Defense for any cxpcndi-‘ tures required for the proper dc- fcnse of the civilian population. What “’in This Aluminum Be Used For? This aluminum will be ' used to take up the regular needs; and will allow freshly smeltedé Actually, it will replace twenty~ million pounds of aluminum that will go into fighter planes and, the twenty-million pounds of aluminum will provide 2,000 fight- ter air-planes. Is It Necessary For the House Wife To Give All The Aluminum She Has? No. what she can get along without. Of course, we are hoping that everyone will make some sacrifice to help this very worthy cause. What Kind Of Articles Might Be l Made With Aluminum? Pots, pans, washing machines and parts of that old vacuum cleaner that doesn’t work any more, toys, and shakers, old aluminum in picture frames, bookends, iCe trays, meas- uring cups, soap dishes, camera equipment, kettles. and double boilers, bottles and jar caps, re-i electric appli~, frigerator plates, ance parts and all things like that. Incidentally there may be con- siderable aluminum around metal‘ dumps, etc. Should Business Houses Be So-l licited ? Yes. 1 tion . being "mde as, a patriotic gprvicoi practiced and that sacrifice musti ! Grange 'in She merely gives i Almost every busi— sometimes the School, etc. Do Scouts "aye To Transport The Metal To The Collection ()9.qu lcr‘.’ No. It will be hauled from the Scout Troops collection point' to the waste dealers by City: County, and State Officials. Is There Any ()ilicr Objectich To This Campaign Besides The? Actual Collection Of Aliiminuni‘Z'i Yes, of almost equal importance is the bringing about of a con—' sciousness of all the citizens of the United States that conserva- of our resources must be be made. Skokomish Softball : Team Seeking Titlel Skokomish _Grange Sends i t . the first elimination game to settle the Western Wash- ington grangc softball champion- ship. Sunday’s winner then enters the Western Washington finals, meet—1 ing the Northwest district cham-l, pion the following weekend for the Western championship. Fernandina Family In Shelton For Vacation Mr. and Mrs. Fred LaChance (Fay Becker) and children, are plant at Fernandina, Florida, here ion a short vacation, visiting in lOlympia and at Hoquiam and the but not unpleasant trip and are ,not complaining about the heat. adv. recent arrivals from the Rayonierl t Angeles mills. They report a warm . Purse Will Return > Mrs. Mary Adams, the pat-‘ riarch 0f the Skokomish Indian Reservation and one of the best known native Indians, lost her black purse with $15 in currency“ and some change in it while trad- ing in Shelton Monday. As money comes hard and that was her last, she is hoping that some good American has found, the purse and will return it. BOY BORN SUNDAY' l Mr. and Mrs. Emery Jackson of Route 1 became parents of a baby boy born Sunday at Sholton l Hospital. DAUGHTER BORN SUNDAY A baby daughter was born Sun- , day at Shelton Hospital to Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Temple of Shcl~ ton. l Gas is Quicker. adv. Visit McKcnna , ed friends in MCKen . : tiansen and M1". an Tuesday, ~111y ‘1 Mr. and Mrs. W children David and end. They visited Thortcn, former She “.C Cook with Gas- The Abstract Mason C0 ‘, A. L. B Abstracts, R93! Loans and Ins: BELL BUN-D; SHELTON, . Gas is Quicker. Travel Into The OLYMPICS By Saddle Horse f 1-Day Conducted Trips l Skokomish Divide i 0 u or More, Riders ness house will have some old aluminum that they will be happy to dispose of. Some. may even have out—dated articles that they would be happy to get rid of. Where Should Scouts Put Their Aluminum ?._ It should be collect— ed at a central point and guarded until it can be turned over to someone specified to haul it to the nearest Court House. In some cases this will be the Post Office, a each ! l ' Sec L. L. DICKINSON STAIRCASE CAMP on your old car badly! 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Go fast. Go slow. 69 fast again ...smootb at every speed. One traffic sign says “her: . . . you're constantly changing driving speeds Your motor may run smoothly at 45 but balk at changing traffic speeds. Or it may run smoothly at low speeds but not at highway speeds. . . that is,with ordinary gasoline. Now this problem has been solved. Finer Flying A gasoline has been scientifical- ly developed to give smooth peiformance at all traffic speeds...45, 25, 10 or any speed. And, here’s why. lake during the season was 5,436, their catch 39,480, or an average. of 7.26 trout each, against thel state average of 6.1 fish. In 1940. the fishermen were 5,531, catch 47,955, and average 8.67; while up to July 5th this year there werel 3,681 fishermen in the lake, who caught 29,971 trout, an average of 8.1 each, and the season is notl half over. [laws and rules is also playing its 3 Adds to motoring pleasure. How refreshing it is to find comfort statioz‘z light and spotlessly clean. There’s always a supply ofsoap, tissue, paper towels and Jam'- tary, disposable seat covers. Andfar mothers traveling with small children, Associated Certified Clem! Com- fort Statiom have special seat. . . "For Baby, Too. It's just another Associated Service. FINER FLYING A IS 7 GASOLINES IN ONE i It’s difierent gasolines blended into one. i Polymerized gasoline, Alkylated gasoline, Reformed, ‘i Cracked, Solvent-refined, Straight-run and Natural gasolines are all in Finer Flying A. One fuel keeps SON BORN SUNDAY Mr. and ‘Mrs. John Yurman .of l Route 2 became parents of a] baby son born Sunday at Shelton' TIDE WATER ASSOCIATED OIL COMPANY ' Al. lllIERBY MOTORS Hospitat. . O V Fl In A at ASSDBIATED DEAL R Cool, Quick C o o k i n g with { Gas- adv. —— — ,