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IinpfiSOnment-TCase" T 0 Be Tried Anew Page Two Olympia. July 29.—Jl‘he I. i I su- I preme court granted a new trial; today to J. A. Housman of Shel—l ton, who charged Mason County, Sheriff Gerald E. Byrne with false I torists can conserve imp risonm ellt. warrant, on November . and held until November 13, with- I on Sunday, Monday out charge. charged with first degree assault, 3 on W'ednesday, August 13th which upon complaint by Roy A. Sup-Iis bank night at the Housman was acquitted oflTheatre. Filmed at the suggestion of the a long lead in April. thelOffice of Production Management pie. the preSent proceedings against Housman was arrested, without 1 care in the use of their tires, Willi 1937. i be shown at the Graham Theatre! 2. charge and brought Sheriff and his surety. sheriff one remaining count brought a verdict V . l , ' . . . . . llie high (ourt, in levelsmg the I are rubbery such as Jammmg onI judgment, Sillll the detention OfI brakes in quick stopsy driving over I League, with the exception of the “nan was “unreasonable,” and 1, curb Stones t h a t i lion «Zl‘dc‘ l'fid I .......--a_-uuo- and surety, and on 1“ )I' the defendants. zl. new trial on 'Olth. Cook iQuickly with Gas. adv.: i l theI l I I l l i i l I F. Newsreel Show At Graham to Aid Conservation: Newsreel portraying how mo-I defense exercising national by at Washington, the newsreel is of the B. F. Goodrich Company. Motoring practices that waste taking curves at high speed, are shown in the news- reel along with views of national defense use of rubber in high- speed tracks for military tanks ‘7 land combat cars. and in huge tires for military bombers. The newsreels we re filmed shortly after John L. Collyer, B. Goodrich president, declared that thousands of tons of rubber could be saved yearly if motorists Would give their tires care and follow his suggested “12 =Rulcs of Tire Health.” Blue Sky Due To The Absorbtion Of Color The sky looks blue because the small particles of matter in the ‘ upper air reflect the blue rays in .sunlight but absorb much of the red rays, says the Better Vision Institute. Similarly, particles of salt suspended in the water of 7mountain lakes reflect blue and green more than other colors, causing the waters to appear blue or green. Oranges OcIcr Apples Tomatoes BLACK FIGS —lb. carton ____ .. FIG BARS 2n... .......... ._ 21 '2 21/2-1b. pkg. ............ _. FORMAY‘ 3 -lb White BEANS Shopping Bag Full ............... .. Stalk ..................... ...... .. Green, 6-lbs. ....................... 3-lb. Basket 25¢ ca __________ __55¢ Make a note to try a bottle of Barclay’s Leader Straight Rye Whiskey. You’ll be mighty glad you did. At this price it’s a real buy! 90 PROOF f Friday and Saturday Specials Watermelon Er ......... 2c‘ 49c 5c .......... .19" SALAD DRESSING SUNSWEET Izmllnds TOMATO Juic N 0. 5 Can 3 gkgs. CORN , Pancake FLOUR 21¢ Flake FRUIT DILL Pickles quot. M. &S. 3 __________ ._ we Coffee . ........................... _. 3 l rubber for h , IDiego Padres both have outside gnu: i‘UW‘Ar Court W’lthdre‘” aqune 0f fOlll‘ made on the subjecti chances of overtaking the $305 thi- causes except one against the I of tire care and rubber conser- but the rest of the Clubs could I vatiOI'l at the Akron. OhiO. plantsl have called the whole thing off on normal l cocktail ................ _Q__.__25c cellar-dwelling Portland BeaversI and the skidding San Franciscoi True value of the SHELTON—MASON COUNTY inel .75. I DlCKlE Seals, have a chance to land in the four-team post-season argu— I SO'CaUed i lnent for the President's Cup and and Tues“ “Shaughnessy P133703” is being I $10,000 ill bonuses to the players. On that date he was 1 day. August 3rd. 4th and 5th alsoI proven in the Pacific Coast Base-l lball League this season, with the That possibility alone has kept Ithe Hollywood Twinks, Los An- Graham Sacramento Solons almost ruining i geles Angels and Oakland Acorns ' the Pennant T309 by Jumping into driving every minute. A team can i The Seattle Rainiers and Sani ‘ the first of June, so far as pen- .nant aspirations went. in the C O . Fire Unit (Continued from Page One) E. N. Whitaker of Tacoma has been chosen supervisor. Departments To Train The civilian units will be re- l cruited by the State EmergencyI IDcfense Commission through its Imany sub-divisions and local fire chiefs are called upon to train the volunteers in the fundamental principals of fire department Ipractices. l The committee of fire chief supervisors have recommended ‘that there should be 15 auxiliary firemen for the first 1000 popula— tion, and one for each 100 pop— ulation. over 1000. In the case of Sheltonthat. would call for ap- proximately 40 volunteer workers in this one'unit, making it the largest unit in the defense set up. Drill Program A suggested drill program has ibeen drawn up as follows: I 1. Simple hose layouts using Izl/z”, and 1%" hose, nozzel and hydrant. I 2. Extend hose lines in various ways. 3. After line layed and water on, replace broken length or sec— tion. I 4. Drill with charged and dry Ilines, move lines from place to i place. i 5. Lay several lengths of hose from hydrant uncoupled with nozzle at end, make and break couplings including hydrant and nozzle. 6. Use of various types of noz— Izles and explain each in detail. 7. Demonstrate use of fire axe. 8. Explain and demonstrate use of crow—bar, pike pole and forci- lble entry tools. 9. Drill with salvage covers. 10. Explain and demonstrate use of fire extinguishers and pump can. , 11. Thoroughly demonstrate and instruct in use of gas mask. 12. Extend program by instruc- tion on how to raise, lower and But. virtually every club , l i l l l i l l l handle ladders. As mentioned earlier, methods of handlipg incendiary such as are used in wartime, will be demonstrated by experts from the military forces. CRACKERS 19¢ box ...... _. GRAHAMS 19¢ Sign . ____ __ 29¢ SHRIMP Lakota 2 cans .......... ._ 35¢ 190 ....... 1 9c --------------- 1 9c --------------------- I /. Victor Quarts ....................... .119c 5c bombs, I l l I l t l l lwith’ high prize goin gto Mrs} l I l l ‘ 1 again on Tuesday. MT- and Mrs- tella Bulduc and the honor guest. AH. Dickinson and Rose accom- Mrs, Grace Harris left Mon- 82:: fisfiggw l Famed them to Seattle 9“ that I (lay with Mr. and Mrs. Bob Zuick Class 3' Gamay-10,15 IdaY- ADChOTagcy AlaSkau IS the” 0f Deming. to Spend a week near Class 4A Chrysanthemums next stop. . Bellingham, visiting relatives. Class 5' Dahlias Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Bltney of Mrs, w_ M, Baldwin made a Class Gamardias Lake CuShmany €613)me the” business trip to Bremerton and Class 7' Gladiolus 25th anniversary by motoring to Port Orchard Friday. Class 3' Helenium Tacoma to VlSll’.‘ relatives in thatI Mrs, Lucy M. Foster, Mrs. Wm. Class 9' Larkspur 01W; They recelvw 2* lowly SetiBaldwin. Mrs. Annie ,,Irving of Class 16 Michaelmass Daisies of Silvery/are for the occaSion. IBemnghamy Herbert McKinney Class 11. Pang“ Nances beachAwaS the scene OfII-Iershel Brown spent Wednesday . c1335 12: Roses a Poll IUCk PICDIC 011 WedneSday visiting at the home of Mary Class 13 Rudbeckia evening- Those Present were Ml“ Ehlins near Port Orchard. Class 14: Snap Dragons and Mrs. J: H.- Nance and grand“ Mn and Mrs. Clarence Miller Class 15. Stacks chlldl'gh, DICKIG. JaCkle and Mary and daughters, Doris Jean, Ella Class 13 Tuberous Begonias Ann Mega. MR and Mrs- Reade" May and Verna of Chehalis, were Class 17: Violas and children Jackie and Donny 01" I“ callers at the Foster home Sun- Class 18 zmnias Potlatch. Gladys LOCkWOOd Mid; day. .r : Class 19'. Any annual biennial ,children. MP. and MFS- Rempl" All of Belfair was shocked this‘ perennial, bun” tuber, 6,. flowerl. l l l l lexplained a bit. adaption of the play-off plan in-. troduced to professional hockeyl ‘old Lamberton motored to salvage a lot from an otherwise poor season by winning that trophy or atleast putting up a battle for it. Meanwhile Rainiers and Padres are. staging a determined fight to overtake the flying Sacs. In one respect the Rainiers have a big edge over their rivals, for, after this week they'll play two- thirds of their remaining games at Sick's Stadium. They must in- vade Sacramento for a seven—game series, play seven in Wrigley Field against Los Angcles, and three. in Portland. On the other hand they enter— tain Oakland, Hollywood, Los An- geles and San Francisco in seven- game series atFSeattlc and Port- land for six games. These figures do not include a. few postpone- ments that will be worked in from time to time. Sacramento’s schedule after this week is exactly the opposite of Seattle's . . . seventeen.gamcs at home and 34 on the road, while San Diego gets twenty at home and 31 away. The Rainiers finish their pres- ent road trip in Hollywood with double-headers Saturday night and Sunday. afternoon, and then, head for home. They entertain the Oakland Acorns for a week, starting Aug- ust 5, and then Hollywood for a similar session starting August 12. In between there’s a Monday jaunt to Vancouver, B. C., for an exhibition game against t h 0. Cap— ilaanos for a Canadian defense fund. The Rainiers make a picnic out- ‘ ing of that trip, taking along their families and friends: Perhaps before closing th e Shaughnessy Playoff should be It’s a baseball years ago by Frank Patrick, the former Vancouver, B. C. magnate who bossed the old Pacific Coast Hockey League for years. That system became universal for professional hockey and work— ed so Well that Frank J. Shaugh- nessy, president of the Interna- tional League and a ormer hockey magnate, adapted, it to baseball. iThere’s hardly a minor league to- day that doesn’t use the plan in one form or another. HOOdSplort News Notes Are Told By Canal Scribe By Yvonne Bartels Hoodsport, July 29~70n Thurs— day evening Helcn Boles and Mrs. lGladys Lockwood held a surprisel for Mrs. J. C. the Lockwood “stork shower" McClanahan at home. Pinochle occupied the evening Bill Daniels. Following the deli— cious luncheon the guest of honor was presented with many lovely gifts for the little newcomer. Lee and Gordon Dickinson re- turned Sunday from an extended trip to Alaska, only to return and sons of Pickering, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Daniels and son David. and Hettie and Dwight Pierce. Mrs. Ethel Schramm and daugh- ter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hunt of Seattle, spent Satur- day and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Dickinson. Mrs. Schramm plans to stay a week. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Lunt and Robert visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Will Lunt on SundaY- Their daughter Jean returned with them following a week’s va- cation here. Mrs. Abbey and Mrs. _Kilby mO- i tored to Port Townsend on Sun- day. ' Mr. and Mrs. Delaney of Seat- tle are spending some time with Mrs. F. B. Smith here in Hoods- port. Mr. and Mrs. Spencer Reed 0f Lake Cushman are entertaining their three small grandchildren from Yakima. for a short time. Mr. and Mrs. Vic Spooner re- turned Monday from a trip East ' of the Mountains during his eight days off. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. McDonald planned to leave Wednesday for Brooks, Oregon. Mrs. Davenpeck and son Of Seattle, visited at the Nance home Sunday. Jean Marie Joers oszacoma is spending a few weeks with her : grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Hal“- ry Follette. . Mrs. Bill Daniels and Mrs. Har- Port Townsend on Sunday. caught two 10 or 12—pound Sal- caunght two 10 or 12 pound sal- mon while fishing in the canal on Sunday. . Mrs. Leslie Wyers, Gloria MC- Kiel, and Mrs. Alex Bartels n10- tored to‘ Tacoma. on Tuesday, to. shop. Gas is Clean. adv. J OURN AL‘ News Editor (Continued from Page One) I llian's and Bessie's aunt and un— ucle‘s place, but after inquiringI about the way there at Penticton decided it was too far out of our way and we‘d be popping in on them just about dinner, so we didn’t go. They told us the road .was poor, too. The old Ford is buzzing along ill great shape in spite of some of the roads we’ve hit. We noticed the difference the minute we ‘crossed the .border. No yellow line, narrower, nets-as well keptI Committee in charge ~e Mrs. Frank W. Bishop, Mrs. Helen Mit— chell, Mrs. O. K. Linscott, Mrs. Fred Ferris. General Rules and Regulations for Floral Exhibit 1. The show is for amateurs only and is limited to the mem— bers of the following Garden and Flower Clubs: up and about every ten (or fifteen 1, Hood Cana] Women's club miles we hit a 3 to 4 mile stretch Garden Division, they‘re working‘ont-Jor which isn‘t 2, Shelton Garden Club hard surfaced. 3 Gardner's Round Table 4: Skokomish Garden Club 2. Each competing club mem- ber may make one entry per class in the Horticultural Division Section 1 and one entry per class in Horticultural Division I, Sec- tion 2. In Artistic Arrangements, Division 11, each. competing club member may make one entry per class. {I 0. Well, there es both my arm and the light, so good night. Best regards, alld “wish all were here,"~#Bill., P.S.-—Boy are the fish jumping. Wish I had some”gear with me— and license: This lake is lousy with fellas that soundlike a big, stone being tossed into “the wa— ter when they jump. Makes my fisher-man’s nerves twitch. Harold Ellis, Dick Karns, Omer Dion and some of the old vets would go nuts about this place. If you want to get in touch with us just write care of Sleep- you Entries must be made ac— cording to classifications. 4. Exhibitors containers furn- ished except for arrangement group. The fair committee will not be held responsible for containers ing Bag, Canada, as that‘s our or accessories. address until abQUt next Satur- 5. Horticultural exhibits use on- daY~ OUCh, my arm! S0 101155“ ly flowers own foliage. All flew— honer‘vt- Iers exhibited in Horticultural Di— Monday, 1 p. m.~Revelstoke. vision must be grown by a mem- Forgot to mail this at Vernon as ber of one of the named clubs on ’I intended this morning, so here his own premises. This rule does it is at Revelstoke. not apply to Division II, Artistic wow, what a road, from the Arrangements. There are no re— junction above Vernon. 5About‘ StrlCtionS 3? ‘30 $0urce 0f the ma' 90 miles of graVel, worse than the tenal used "1 thls diViSion- Lake Cushman—Hamma Hamma, 6. Exhibits should be correctly except a little wider in most-.plac- named, if possible. In case of close es, although not all by a long competition judges will be instruc- ways. Pretty country, tho.’ Wind ted to give preference to the cor- along lakes and rivers a good part rectly named exhibit. of the time.‘ Now in grain area, ' 7"A11 decisions of the judges no more trwt- will be final. Judges may with- Lots of bikes here. and no won- hold an award at their discretion der. Our Ford would cost $1300 if they consider any exhibit un- here, the customs man at the worthy of recognition, even tho border told us. such an exhibit may be the only Well, how to the PO. So long entry in the class again. #- B. D. 8. All entries must be in place by ten o‘clock, Friday, August , ‘22, 941. Former Belfalr Slamsanagrams Girl Is Honored ; At Recent Fete bits not earning ribbons. 10. Containers may be taken af- Belfair, July 30.——The home of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bulduc of Bel-. ter 10:00 pm. Saturday or must be removed between 10:30 a. m. fair was the scene of a gathering of friends to honor the recent and 12:00 o’clock noon on Sun— day, 'August 24, 194-1. Flowers not called for by 12:00 o’clock on Sunday,_Aug’ust 24, 1941, will be taken to the Shelton General Hos- l I lmarriage of Mr. and Mrs. Roy pital by the committee. I'I‘hompson of Seattle. Mrs. SCHEDULE OF CLASSES I Thompson is the former Ruth Ruff Diviswn I. Hortiwltuml Of Belfalr' The rooms deco' Section 1. Specimen Section; irated with calas, begonia, and iphlox blossoms lent an aire of ro- inance to the scene. Refresh- ments of coffee, sandwiches and cake were served at ten, cafeter- Self foliage attached to stem. Class A. Asters—~one blossom of any variety; name variety if pos- sible. B. Dahliasmone blossom, any lia style. Mrs. Thompson receiv- variety. please name variet . i y. 'ed many gsefl’u gifts for her C. Gladiolus—one stalk variety. new home in Seattle. Those who D. Pansy and Violas best attended were: Mr. and Mrs; D. M. Crosswhite, Rev. and Mrs. Leona Bevis and little daughter, Patty, Mr. and Mrs. H. Whitten- meycr and children, Johnny and Florence, Mr. Louis Ekstedt, Mr., J. Baker, Mrs. Bertha Hansen, Mrs. Alice Squires, Mrs. Gladys Allen, Mrs. Alice Emert, Mrs. Ruth Johnson, Mrs. Sophia Alli- son, Miss Annetta Hansen, Bill Alexander, Miss Evelyn Ander- son, Miss Nancy Johnson, Floyd lBevis, Miss Esther Jones, Miss lHelen Bevis, Hi Batten, Miss Irene Wilder, Miss Aileen Hines, Miss Norma Wilder. The host and hostess, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bulduc, and co—hostess Miss Es— size,‘ color, form. Speci- at least three quality, men to include inches of stem. E. Zinniasflany variety; variety if possible. F. Carnations——any variety, and named if possible. G. Roses — any variety, name variety if possible. Section 2. Collection Display: Rules: 1. Each class entry in this section must include at least five individual blossoms, stalks, spikes or branches. 2. Judging in section 2 will be based upon the following sched- ule: a. Quality of flowers, leaves, |stems. 70; b. variety, 20; c. con- dition of entire entry, 10. I early a. m. when one of its most mg shrub not listed, (beloved citizens was accidently Division ||; Art' 1' I killed by a state highwlay grader.‘ . Arrangement: Ic Namely, Charles J. Irving. We SECTION 1 Rules: 1. There are no restric- tions as to kinds of flowers or other material used. Iall send ou rheart-felt sympathy I to the bereaved family. I A number of Belfair Stars at- tended the chapter at Union Tues.- the day evening in honor of Grand Matron’s visit. Mrs. Anne Irving and son Joe, »of Bellingham, are visiting old friends here. COMMUNITY ' CALENDAR TONIGHTfi~CifyI lea' gue softba'll,";I Journal Want-AdS-wlwne 109 6 p. m., Loop Field, two games. FRIDAY—~Moos‘e Lodge weekly meeting, 8 p. m., Moose Hall. FRIDAY—-V.F.W. post and aux- iliary meetings, 8 p. m., Mem- orial Hall.» FRIDAY—City league softball, 6 p. m., Loop Field, one game. SATURDAY~Superior court, 10 l a. m., courthouse. ISUNDAY—Sheltba Eagles aerie picnic, Twanoh State Park. MONDAY—County commission- ers weekly meeting, 10 a. m., courthouse. MONDAY-City league softball, 6 p. m., Loop Field, two games. MONDAYwEagles aerie weekly meeting, 8 p. m., Moose Hall. MONDAY——National Defense Councu meets in courthouse, 8 p. m., organization of units. ITUESDAY—Kiwanis club week- ly luncheon meeting, noon, Shel- ton Hotel. lTUESDAY——City league softball, I 6 p. m., Loop Field, one game. TUESDAY—American L e g i o 11 post and auxiliary August meet- I IngS. 8 p. m., Memorial Hall. 1 Gas is Quicker. " lowed. 3. Containers not to exceed 12- 14 inches in diameter. 4. Miniatures may be entered. Not to exceed 6 inches over-all. Class A. An arrangement us- single color. Container may be the I same or a contrasting color. I Class B. An arrangement us- I,. name i 2. The use of figureenes is al-I ing one color or shades of a _..,_/__.- _ IRULES AND RE‘GULZEIONS‘M ' FOR SHELTON GARDEN CLUB ; FLORAL SHOW AUGUST 22—23= l l l l l l l l l Oranges 2do‘z.»l, TM a: maven-$75552; ing two or more colors. Thursda SCOIZTS If Earl Sheldon t, 25 on a two-day m 118.. Gas is Moe E”, Class C. Specialties: Table Arrangements Dish Gardens Miniatures Foliage arrangements Still life arrangements Arrangements, any type for any Corn OI" CHRISTOPHER C. cannot remove. 1‘" 35¢ and 60¢ Pharmacy. Phone 9391‘25933‘7?‘ Bleach qt- ~ Corn 6 for: ,. Fry Sata - 0nd] Wheaties 2 pkg”, 1 Cascade Crackers . . . . . . .. 2-1;- Tissue 3r0lls l, Fairmont Tom. Juice . . 46-0Zc heTCl me‘tYDe flou Supreme Mayon'aiseqt-. Cashmere Bouquet Sop . 4 b3 ' 4 i“ take Fl ,. s Drepared p Supreme Dill Pickles qt- Campbell’s Tom. Soup . . . 3 C" Mild Ex " .. WhiteNapkins i"- No. 21/2 Can. Olives 6-02. call : Prices Friday Saturday 01.1.15” Fresh Local CelerV STRING V ,- 00F] . . If . I L C Beans pound. ~ Gila ~o- '. Tomatoes 2‘ Juice Watermelon,