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July 17, 1941     Shelton Mason County Journal
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To Swim and Sun-Tan l I l If you like to swim and sun-tan, too, try a brief swim suit molded to the figure. White garbardine, with a green leaf motif is selected by Virginia Dwyer, radio actress. , s ‘ 1 LONG WAITS FACE DRIVERS I Ines” i ‘ Mu" WILLIAM , Minimum LICENSES LATE THIS MONTH H ' uh“ IIIAN ‘- , ORRIS'BUNLEVY As no examination is required offices to handle the applications at this time on renewal applica—, with very little inconvenience to tions, the time consumed in ob- the public. However, with over l-ecteubymmEm'mEN itaining the new license is very 600,000 drivers to be licensed be- i " short. Facilities are available in fore the due date of July 31, the Patrol and County Auditor's last 1ew days oi the. month pro“.- l " M .-- . We ' Veronica-take ,- ;w..;, all applicants waiting perhaps hours to obtain their permits. State Patrol offices are remain— ing open for applications as late as local conditions warrant. The hours will be extended even fur- ther if enough applicants appear at later hours or express a. desire for later service. This action on i the part of Patrol offices, combin- cations at County Auditor’s offices leaves the problem up to the indi- vidual driver. With only two weeks remaining in which Washington motorists may obtain their operator's li- cense renewals, the State Patrol advises that only one out of ev- ery nine drivers has applied for his new license The Patrol warns that unless the rate of renewal applications increases greatly at once, it will be impossible to take care of all the state's drivers by July 31. 'Wivell Jersey Herd Entered At Puyallup Among entries which have al- iready submitted for the livestock show at the 1941 Western Wash- ington Fair at Puyallup is the fine Jersey herd of the H. M. Wivell Dairies, Inc., of Isabella Valley, according to word from A. E. Bartel, secretary-manager [of the Fair. One of shows ever presented at the an- nual exposition is rapidly being arranged, he added. The Fair is l the \scheduied for the third week in finest livestock September. Electric coffee makers of the glass type are increasing in pop- ularity according to latest manu- facturers‘ reports to the Census Bureau. Annual production has now reached 1,130,350 units. Pro- duction of metal electric coffee makers has reached 543.400 an- nually. x W . movery Florsheim style and shell The only difference between I~ “5"” non-sole periods is that you 5'“ "ul price-reduction on every pair! .o’s MEN’S STOR ilk ' a! Public servants in many small townships in the United States are able to carry on the administra- tion of governmental services in conjunction with private employ- ment. In townships under 10,000 population, Census estimates show that over 80 percent of the non- lschool employees are on a part- time basis. Carter’s For an inexpensive but very ef- fective Journal Want-Adehone lOU. {i-oz. Cube 5—oz. Cube 15¢ ‘ 25¢ Sunset Green Sunset Brown Sunset Red Washable Black _—-—-— Quarts Blue-Black Permanent Blue 1.25 1.50 Permanent Red Violet Green ise to be marked by long lines of: ed with the availability of appli-‘ SHELTON~MASON COUNTY JOURNAL THAT’S A LOT OF LAND l , l Persons who complain about increased taxcsi on real estate frequently overlook one of the prin-l cipal factors causing the burden: the area of tax-| able land in Washington State is decreasing be-i cause Uncle Sam is the largest single land owner. The Washington State Planning Council now reports that the federal government owns exactly 28.68 per cent of all the land in this state —12,-g 268,049 acres. This is a lot of non-taxable land. i Seattle’s land area is 43,840 acres. Thus, 280; ' cities the size of Seattle could be built on an area‘ which Uncle Sam now holds. ; And for those who would know more aboutl the assets of the biggest landholder: 9,003,595: acres of the federal government’s land are in na-1 tional forests; 1,724,339 acres in Indian reserva-‘ tions; 889,782 in national parks; 522,570 in pub- lic domain; 72,766 in military reservations; 50,- 428 in game sancturaries; 2,337 in lighthouse sites and 2,232 in Navy shore establishments—Seattle Times. . PATl ENT AT HOSPITAL ‘ Frank Holman Mason County rews . Mr' and Mrs“ George And iCreamery truck driver, was ad- and Mr. and Mrs. Donovand’al-I,mimed to Shelton hospital yestep mer of Shelton enjoyed a trip to, day for medical care. Hurricane Ridge in the Olympics; ————-———__. last weekend. Although not in the" According to the Census, one-l same party, Mr. and Mrs. H. G- fourth of the states' budgets is Angle and children and Chuck, allotted for school expenditures, Walton Jr. also visited the Ridgel and another fourth goes for char- last weekend. i ities. TOP HURRICANE RIDGE ‘ ” JUST M...”— MW- Unveil Meinorial t0 Gehrig I .KEEF Mt Asmu , ~ Gran GREEN Best. Census figures show men ts. Travel Into The OLYMPICS By Saddle Horse 1~D‘.},’ Conducted Trips Skokomish Divide 3 or More Riders each Before a hushed crowd at Yankee Stadium. Bill Dickey. left. and Manager Joe McCarthy unveiled a memorial tablet to Lou Gehrig, Yankee immortal. At extreme right is another tablet. in memory of Miller Huggins. former Yankee managei. Mayor Fioi'ello La Soc Guardia and Mrs. Gehrig witness the ceremony, ‘ L. L. DICKINSON STAI RCASE CAMP Of 30,468 deaths in the U. S. in only two involved persons overl 1939 due to automobile accidents, 100 years of age, and 127 claimed according to the Census Bureau, infants under one year old. ——"‘ m ARRIVED Another Large Shipment of i MON 96681 99M afiueg al.11le ' 3610” men X991“ Sl‘lJ. i‘IVIDEIcIS ELECTRIC Extra Large , Cubic Foot Models PRICED IN THREE GROUPS 134.95 Also Large 9 Cubic Foot. Models Special At ' ‘l 99.95 LOW DOWN PAYMENTS AND EASY MONTHLY TERMS For Hot Water Service Gas is adv. that un- employment receipts in 1940 con- stitutcd 20 percent of the total revenue of the 18 state govern-