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Page Six CARD 0F THANKS We wish to thank all who were so thoughtful to us in the loss of our beloved husband and father. Mrs. Gladys Irving, Charles Irving, Alice Irving, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Irving, Mrs. Chas. Meuli. Easy Way To Free Your Pet of Fleas Simply sprinkle your pet with BCHACH. sifting the powder lightly thronin the rui- or feathers. 'l‘hen watch the vermin roll oil! Protect your pets this efisy odorless way-— BEHACH acts as :1 stht sure re— ilélllf‘llt to many insect pests. in Handy Sifter Cans 25c up at Drug, Grocery, Seed Stores and Pet Shops. . " Ii! i, v o. 3 ' nae ALL-PURPOSE CREAM $2.00 Colonial Dames Salon Face Powder $2.00 $34.00 Value Fir Drug Store ONLY ......... ._ range from . o 3 New Homes Under ‘Way On Angleside Vork has been started on three new homes in Anglesicie dis- trict, one of $5000 for J. S. Mc- Callum of the M & S Food store. corner of 'l‘enth unrl Hillside Drive, and for $3,000 or better Avenue, for plant, located on Grant between 8th and 10th streets, cavated. Dr. J. T. Shimek has also mov— into his new home at 13th land Olympic avenue. recently purchased from Will Jackson, and Sbecomc a permanent resident of the district. ed Swim Awards iContinued from Page One) I l l l l _ther Jacobs, Marcia Ellen Lund, 'isiaz'ilyii Lakeburg, Nancy Lake~ bug. Dortlic—a Morgan, Diane is, Mary Scott, Xvonnc Tidy~ ., Arlene Tidyman, Mara Cal Pr , i Janis Wood, Alverna Knapp. Dix Clarendon Allen, Larry Giddings, Hatch, Rhodes Pringle, Thomas, Johnny Thomas, ‘Robert Vlilson, Wayne Tide-man, Bruce Combs, Bonnie Jean Combs, Keith Tatham (star tadpole). l POLYWOGS Danny Austin, French, Dan Ferwcrda, Mittendorf, Einar Mittcndorf, Bil- ly Powers. Ernie Silva, Jeri-y Sil— ‘va, Frank Rhine's, Danny Y-‘ll‘t‘, , Charles Chester, Gerald McChord. Walter Souls. Patricia Anderson, ‘Lorraine Andrews, Patty Bvrnc, ' Donna Byrne, Jean Barrett, Char— lene Burst, Beverly Dishm'. Nor— vma Lee Davidson, Nadine Drake. ‘Verozia Nye, Georgia .‘.nn Volk- man. Dorothy VVils-on. ADVANCED P O L Y W O G S ~77 .Danny‘ Austin, Don ‘ Garth Grunert. Darcl Stoner. Rob— «rt Scott, LeRoy Shelton, Virgin- .in Allen. Darlene Bochto‘a, Patty ' Mart. Gertrude Kesle, M 2,- r El— fl'él‘! P ,, Helen plt‘l‘i'zoflfl, Joan lllring l. Gloria Stecn, Ir: Sulli- lvan. DIJ'I’UNC Burst. Ji..iiplii.‘:c ; Avery. ;; FROGSWE’oland Alike-n, Dean iBechtol. Norman Buck, Daryl iBond, Alvin Bond, Douglas Cole, 3110?) Herzog. .l’crry Hart. James lHart. ‘Nally Lund, Gene Sawyer, lBill Bernadire Allen. [Catherine Hurst. Elizabeth Dell Swearingen. Jean Sivo. Gervnis Tucker. Sandra Tucker, Ernistine Cole, Betty Rayson, Leah Kesscll, Alviene P'IcChortl, Infirmnia Dim- hor. Geraldine. Carlson, Anna Louise Hulbert, Bernadine VVin~ iecki. If you Wish to Sell you'll Have to Tell Journal Want-Ads. “Seeldheet” complet- ly insulated tub. Keeps water hot. > Automatic “Temp- gauge” shows exact water temperature. Newest streamlined wringer with pres- sure selector. Oversize fast wash- ing Hi-VVing corro- vane agitator. Super Century Sil- ent Lifetime Mech- anism. D Model 414E is the Quality Leader—A BIG WASHER VALUE. Beautiful in appearance and just as depend- ' able as it looks. You get the “top” in modern washers when your choice is DEXTER. Prices on new Dexters .95 and up $554 , Olsen Furniture Co. '\ ly... - _____.__ Everybody IBPL RIDES 6-passenger Cabin Monoplane: 330 hp. Ryan motor , Evening and Night Flights FRIDAY SATURDAY ALL DAY SUNDAY tides over Olympics and Mt. Rainier by Special arrangements Longer Rides $100 “P which basements are already ex-‘ Pierce, 'v'irginia Picrce, Dean An-j _ , I go“), Fred Boysen, Hawk} Can, , teitain the Hollywood Twmks in homes for Ben Briggs and Louis, ' Keyser, chemists at the Rziyonier, i : Baseball League race, hoping that * opportunity knocked for :1 number of Northwest youngsters wit is knocking now. The See. tlo Rainiers are in the; home stretch of the Pacific Coast l thC) can catch the flying Sacra- mento Solons but not very sure that they can. So they’re per— forming double duty . . . finish- ing this season and looking ahead 'to Every afternoon during the present home stay Coach Eddie Taylor has a “rookie” school. sending Northwest youngsters ".Vltl‘l baseball ambitions through their paces at Sicli‘s Stadium. Elmer Cole, Walter Dishcr, Elton1 Rodney i ger l Ferwercla : l l l l l 3 i 1 game series seeking another Freddy Hutchin- son, another Edo Vannie, or a new star in his own right. The Rainier-s finish up a seven- with the Oakland, Acorns this week end and en— a ten-game series starting Tues— day. ! Youngsters will play a big part in the Reiniers’ 1942 plans. Per— haps; not boys as green as those Coach Taylor looks over in the . afternoon, but lads who have had more experience. .Thcre’s no question that Mana- Bill Skiff—4th is working" under a two-year contract that, has another season to runflr is counting heavily on Vanni, who broke his leg early this season; Dewey Soriano, who broke in So impressively this season; George Farrell. the husky infielder he converted into n, catcl er, and. of, course, Ned Stickle, ihe blazing infieldl recruit. later s l eianel 3:: Then, scattered around farm affiliates, are the followmg prize rookies: Outfielder Eernie Endress, with the Vancouver, B. C. Capilanos of tional loop. Pitcher Al Libke, with W'enat- chee of the Western International playing semi-pro baseball with the Bremerton team of the Northwest League. Catcher Bob Stagg, with Ana- heim of fine California State, League. . Gather in those boys and take their pick and the Rainiers will add a lot of youth and speed. FAILED AGAIN Once again Seattle has bowed to the. countryside in Junior Le— gion baseball play. Yakima cap— tured the state junior legion crown last week end by defeating the Seattle champion in two straight games, albiet mighty close ones. The second went innings to an 11 to E) finish while the first was settled by the scan- ty margin of 7 to 6, Yakima both times coming from behind in the .l. victory. _since Fred Hutchinson’s (lay back about 1936, if memorv serves lright. Sunnvside, v, kane and Yakima. Shelton, Spo- «7 llang OniCoWboy” Spokane of the VJestcrn Interna—- League. Catcher Joe McNamec, out of. the season with a back ailment that is rapidly mending. He is: SIIELTONMASON UNTY JOUAL‘ I i l l l l l the Western International Lea—r Crue. D . v . a . Pitcher Mike, Budnick, With linearity. lANGLE TONlllllT FllR nu. lEl-lll Crucial Second Half Battle Booked Tonight; Clubmen, Skoko- mish Victors Monday CITY LEAGUE SOFTBALL w l rf ra 1 Active Club ............ .. 4 l 40 14 '-L. M. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 3 1 12 16 Rayonier .................. .. 3 3 47 33 Skokomish .............. .. 3 3 39 51 Mohilgas .... .. ._ 4 47 48 Bonneville ................ _. 0 3 'll 32 Latest Scores Activians 8, Rayonier 4 Skokomish 6, Mobilgas 4 Games Coming Up Tonight—lVIobilgas vs Rayonier TonightMActivians vs. L.M. MondayiLJVI. vs. Skokomish TuesdaywvActivians vs Mobilgas Thursday-mActivians vs Skoko- mish This evening's victor in the city league softball clash pitting the Activians against the L. M. akes the inside track to the sec- ond half title. Both clubs have lost but one game so far in the second half and with only two 3mm three games to play resnec- final inning to either tie or Snatch 3 evening while the Merks Seattle hasn't won a state title‘ tively to complete the schedule tonight’s winner takes a big edge for the gonfalon. The Activians at the moment enjoy a half game edge over the L M as the result of an to 4 verdict over Ravom‘er Monday were idle. A five-run opening burst in the first frame salted the con- test away for the Activians, who batted completely around in that frame. After that the Millmcn settled. dOWn but their home run ;hitters were completely subjugat- ,ed by Les Spilscth, who didn’t give anything bigger than a sin— gle to the usually long hitting Rayonier sluggers and never gave more than a run an inning. Joe Gruver. Activians first sack— er, smote the only circuit clmit of the game, in the sixth, thanks to a crazy bounce of the ball in‘ left field. g It was the fourth straight win for the Activians. the third con- secutive loss for the Millmen. l, At the same time, on the other diamond. Skokomish finally turn- ,ed the tables on Mobilgas for a 'Gtoé victory starts after losing to the two Drevious gasmen, l iJim Rose connected three timesl to be a big batting boost for the‘ cuss the Washington State exhibit of the New York VVorld’s Fair are now" displayed the Washington State Progressi Commission in the Capitol Build- ing at Olympia. l covered by the transparencies arel ‘ agriculture, scenery, industry, rec-i :reation and highways. l' the 'formation table in'the main en- trance and extension of free guide! service to include Saturday and Sunday afternoons until 5 p. m. l «cox. no YOU . KNOW? l i O» Watkinoion svun Drag-rou- (ow-«defla— , scenic transparen-E photomurals from Forty-four an dfive. in the offices of: Sections of Washington life Another new innovation includes installation of a tourist in— Passes Exams For Coolness Cramming for exams is fun if you do it the way Bill Vickers, summer session student at the University of Kansas, studies his lessons. Perusing a ponderous l medical tome, he relaxes in a ] tub of water cooled by a cake I of ice, with another chunk an- Chored firmly on his head by a J turkish towel. I : Keep ’Em i man, will be made at Washington Stell- i college to “keep ‘em flying. ’cently at the college by H. H. lLangdon, coordinator of the civil, ltraining program here, Brigadier General Lewis B. Hershey. deputy director of the system, has ,draft boards to “give serious con- sideration to the deferment of men receiving instruction in accredited flying schools, aeronautical engineering, airplane design and kindred courses, as well as instructors in those divisions."i mentions trainees in the civilian pilot training program as subject F lying To Be WSC Goal Washington College, Pull- ’ August Gr-rEvery attempt} . y i l i According to word received re- selective service. instructed all local students in college 0 r d e r Hershey’s specifically l GOING EAST be prepared for the utmost enjoyment by traveling the route famous for comfort—on the NORTHERN PACIFIC Railway. It’s the scenic route across America—magic Yellowstone Park—a glorious vacation spot—ais 0"“ your way . . . stop over if you desire. You’re assured of a cool, clean trip, thanks to Air-Conditioning of every car 0“ COAST Liam-ED --tlirough to Minneapolis, St. Paul and Chicago, daily. Ask for details about Grand Cii‘cle.T<>11{5.’f ~ Coast to Coast and return (through California 1 you wish) only $90 in individual, adjustable 1'5“ iv .I clining chair coaches. Low fares to other points" ‘ ll. . For all travel information see your tie-ares" Northern Pacific Agent—Jet him help you plan a pleasant trip. 1to lsuch time as the *, their courses. l l Thursday. A" I deferment CO Trainees enrolI gram are under. for Air Corps monstrate in the, 5 that they are "W military training- Grangers. Redheaded John Eager place tie with Rayonier as .a re-! pitched steady ball for the win- sult of the victory and the mill ners, who moved into a third‘ ten’s defeat by the Activians. '3 committee this week to arrange a‘, A thrill that brought 250,000 spectators to their feet was provided when this bucking bronco failed to unseat his rider at the 56th annual Calgary Stampede, at Calgary, Alberta. Group—To Meet \Vheels will begin turning with- in a few days in preparation of the second annual Shelton silver salmon derby when a meeting of the committee will be held to lay initial plans for this year’s an- gling event. ‘ Chairman Claire Tozier has been contacting members of _1.hel meeting of the group. Paul Mar— shall. Laurie Carlson and Bill Dickie are holdover members of the 1940 committee who have sig— nified willingness to serve again. Marvin Pearcey, fifth member ofl the 1940 committee, is in the Ar- my now, so will have to be re- placed. Former Logger Dies , . Today; Rites Aug. 9 wphen Henry Daily, 72, for! mer logger, died at Shelton hos- pital today after an illness of the past several weeks. , Last rites will be held Saturday morning at nine o’clock‘ from Stl Edwards Catholic church with Rev. Mark Weichman conducting and interment folloWing in Holy Cross division of Shelton Memor- , ial Park. Mr. Daily had lived in Shelton for the past six years, making his home at the Bayview Hotel. He has no known relatives. He was, born January 2, 1869, at Johnson-, ville, Minnesota. l l l l Salmon Derbyi—f—iflState Third For Ship Building In 9 Private Yards Washington ranks third as to the number of private shipyards in the U. S. handling Naval vessel contracts, according to Lieut. (j. g.) Nard Jones, U. S. N. R., who just returned from Washington, D. C., where he attended a con- ference of Navy Public Relations officers. California has 17 yards engaged in the building of ships for the are 9 yards in Washington with Navy contracts, Jones stated. The Navy‘ now has its ship in states, he said, whereas a year ago only 12 private yards were building naval vessels. The figures are for the fiscal year ending June 30. Exhibit Is Impressive Impressed by a large American flag woven of cellophane, Judy Gruber. 4, pauses in her visit to the Franklin Delano Roose- velt Library at Hyde Park, N. Y. 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