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Etienn- . - 11 Way bar ;' Seutcmbcr 11 1941‘ i own old gout. Mr. .. coking on their vestib. :mfi. Viv. and Jim 53?, 3, is evacuating ,, “t he’s leaving the “.l bound for a vaca- ‘ Virginia with his ‘ ' dog, and a candy pig; inst It hog-l been (.j‘llCC: time? since jun vr high 5:er ‘ .s have, had the . to crash the varsity l..,.up that. .{ists this A. season. L with four lettcrnten and sevc '11 outstanding reserves? from 19. year forsaking the grid— Such promising: young candi- dates up from the junior high as rangy Bob Hill, the darkt skinned human slat from Mason Lake: Orv Anderson, Jim Tobey, Roy Robertson and Toad Dir":- inson, all liixskily built linemen, have better chances to make the grade in year than junior high grads for the past five seasons. Add to that list two more jun-‘ ior high grads of a couple of sea- sons ago, now juniors in the sen- , ior high, but who did not turn out last. year, in Mac Wilson, lineman, triple—threat 1 back. who did his junior high playing at Horiuiam. have a group of seven newcomers? to the 1041 have the size desired for the game, open the door for that knuckle-bruising Mr. , ‘ Opportunity who is at your vesti-, i bule right now. Howarth ‘ and squad all New hop to it. lads. 'it w' _’1‘ BRONSON, ._ 9: Sugar Bowl. ear. «I a 0LLEGE, pride of Otball in 1940, has 4‘ and a tough sched- but morale is high. ' 5 Were unsullied in " ,.Yvars last season. -, 111g schedule, they .9 Year with a neat tthe vaunted Texas 3‘98 are not incon— ne is wily Frank Dable coach, who big chair at Notre Also missing Charley O’Rourke, rd, and ponderous k, 'a mountain of .8 1940 Boston for- e. Boston board of \ ls season is Denny '. Was imported from 'he was line coach. gaps left by gradu- .. Coach of Undefeated , Ton Eleven ptimstlc The Eagles, winners of the Sugar Bowl game a1"S Day, look forward to a successful season. ation, Myers is reasonably op- timistic: “It would be foolhardy for me to predict another undefeated season, particularly in view of the tough opposition we face,” says Myers. “We have plenty of good men on the squad, and ' I think we’ll give our opponents some real competition.” By opponents, Myers means such stalwarts as Tulane, Clem- son, Georgetown, Tennessee, Temple, Wake Forest and Holy Cross-which will carry plenty of big guns. Among the softer touches on the Eagles’ schedule are St. Anselm, Manhattan and Boston University. Keeping in'step with the times. as are so many of his colleagues, Myers will use the “T” forma- tion, the “Hut-sut—and—the—rilli- rail” of football this year. He will dovetail with the conven— tional single wing—which shO}11d mean deception, if not confusmn, to all concerned. THE BARNYARD , AND OVER THERE El-HVES WHERE we KEEP HONEY BEES. spoitemorc the ‘ squad well uni-Ly, , ,havc in the way of material 113‘ ‘ this ' club, pastime this season either by: this: choice or circumstance. you of whom i gal. UNl’li. [WARWW U35 WANT-"ADS. 0 Ely @ BlLL tolCKIE l . g SGT/lb] TALENT HERE Speaking of the {our lcttcrmesi ,VfllO aren’t turnivg out for this year's team brings up the subject of: what Coach Walt. Hakola could all these lads had returned to ac- tion. this fall. a Llll‘llpll7g the ,incligiblcs' and those who are foregoing football] would make" full by cho‘ce the nucleus of '1 pretty fair ball composed somewhat Letterman Burt D i c kin son. back. and Rod Russell. guard, are ineligible. Fred Berry, back, moved to Ciliforilin, and W'ar- rcn vv't’oods. back. is passing up the snort to concentrate on has- ketball and busoball. Then there are these non~lcttcr~ men ineligibles to round out the lineup: Don Dickinson, center. rc— servo. last year: Ray Robertson, tackle. another resorvo from 1939: Dav-f: SWmlson. junior high center of a. couple years back: and Zim— merman brothers. both backfield men who transferred here from Lincoln, Nob” one bejng a letter— man. The ineligibility of Russdl. the Zimmermaps. this fall, and his brothhr, Burg; two-fl to take his final tests last spring. Then there is still avother who could be, added to this list in Sam Wilson. rangy reserve and last year who was improving" at a rapid pace. who is another passing un football by choice to concentrate on basketball. That makes ten players all of. whom would be welcome additions E to the 1941 squad. As a group they’d add a great deal to prospects for the current High- climber season IF they were all on hand to put in their hit. But. then. maybe the won’t be as bad as last year~anv- Way *7 if the sophomores come through. ’CLIMRERS NEED HIM With the Highclimbers so‘bad- IV in need of backfield mater- ial it is with envy and wishful thinking that Shelton football fans read of the exploits of Larrv Mongrain, former Shel— ton boy. in his efforts to can- turc a backfield position with the. Bremerton Wildcats. Brem- erion sports writers have laud- ed the e'x-Shelton boy. an 185- pnunder, highly in their reports of training work to (late with the Navy Yard preps, who should be‘ one of the power- houses of the state this grid season. ' Mongrain was unable to turn out last year due to an appen- dectomy lust at tho wrong.r time. He probably will show his for- mer schoolmates just what he has on the ball whe1 the High- climbers and the Wildcats tan-- gle at Bremorton the night of October 24. EARLY PRACTICE NEEDED Elmer Huhta, Hoquiam coach ‘and secretary of the Southwest \Vashington Coaches Association, made a survey during' the sum-, mer months in which he found, in these United States allow either spring or early fall training. or both, for their that 35 states high school football teams. Huhta revealed the information at a. meeting of the coaches asso« ciation this week. .Huhta launched his survey af— ter the Washington ., state high school association banned spring grid drills this year. Question- naires were mailed to athletic associations in each state. He asked if spring football is al- lowed, and if so, what. rules govern it? If it is'banned, is early fall training allowed and how many days set aside? Forty-four of the 47 question-g naires were filled out and, re- likc ‘ Swenson, and Rob-- ertsou is due to having: failed to1 Mimic. school last semester. Don: Dickinsmi didn’t. return to schooli the ‘ season 11: Wis‘E. aim. MY :Dsng’ WILL euur HER Ef/EG‘ WHEN G‘HE- 62:16.: A WANGE. MAN 6‘MILING AT . HER 'VV'W‘V'VVVVVVVVVVVVV‘V" -Wm--”-......--o..i wvvvvmvvvwvvwvwvvvv ' Classified Service 5 nu...— Real Estate AAAgAAAAAAAnquA‘MAAAA-A‘ l -°"O"m ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS per; acre choice residence or small, Ypars of experience in lawn—mak-l Shelton; municipality. Terms reasonable.) L.l Ward or write owner. Asa Court House,; —‘ “ Nashville. Tenn. 7-31--9-30szl SH farm acreage ujoining For information see Arthur Ward, 218 U. S. FOR SALE: acres 213 ft. water—l front with tidelandii, good beach, I timber, acre cleared. 3-vroom cottage, ton Hotel. Phone 42. P~~9r2-4-9«11~A4t FOR SALE: new four room mod-1' in , living room, for quick sale $1.950, Terms. John ’I‘erho. Corner Sec-j Southside 3 T——9*4-9-1l-16—~4t.l ern house, hardwood floor 0nd and Wyandotto Hill. FOR SALE: mod‘cin house, down town, circulating heater, automatic gas hot wa- ter heater, garage and wood shed. Terms if desired. Phone 463-J, i... (.m- FOR SALE modern suburban home 7-room on paved highway,“ paper. Has excellent well kept yard with many» beautiful flow- ers and shrubs. Small conscr- vatory attached to home with many plants. Includes about 2 acres of excellent soil and gravity water system. This is one of the finest suburban homes in the county and will make an excellent home. not see it today if you want a really fine home that is close in. Will sell for $5400 and give some terms. l5—room modern home, with hard-I furnace! wood floor, fireplace, and basement, 21/; acres of ex- cellent ground, with fruit trecsi This? and lar e‘ chicken houses. will ins-{e you a fine surburban home, close in, $2850, terms, may i be arranged. Will, trade. FOR SALE .............................. .. 3-room modern home, nearly new: and can be completed into an excellent home. Needs home finishing inside. good land included. Will sell this property on easy d o wn , Better see ‘ payment and terms. it at once l, Herbert G. Angle Angle Bldg. Phone 304 léE'r A TRAVELERS accidentl day. Rates lower on longer ticket for every trip. 250 port periods. See Herb Angle NOW! ‘turned. Only Arkansas, Mississ—l ippi and Massachusetts failed to' answer. Thirty states allow spring train- :ing, ranging from two weeks to 30 days. ,statcs voting against the spring“ However, of the 14 workouts, five were in favor of pro-school training in the fall. Fourteen of the states answering. “yes” also look favorable on ear- ly fall training. The average time allowed restrictions whatever, Georgia al- lows summer camps. In Ohio, the report shows, schools which can not work spring training into their athletic pro- gram are allowed to start con- ditioning work August 20. “It is quite evident from the survey that preliminary football 'training, other than that given during the first weeks of Sep— tember. is necessary," Huhta said. “The problem is to work it in when it interferes least with other sports. At the same time it must be conducted when the most can be accomplished. “spring training is of little va— luejif players who will be active thc‘next season a o unable to at.- tend practices because of partici- pation in other sports. Therefore, in those caseS, an early fall train— ing period W0uld be the solution.” SHEI EON-MASON COUNTY JOURNAL spring Water, beautifull »i7m .777.“- THIS DATE, September will not be respon- sible for any bills run by my wife. Mrs. Mary Packard. Sign- ed: L. 'W. Packard. 9-11—1t. 4 room, K ., I C B »~9-11-16—18—23 —-»-4t. l v__._4r __ fireplace,i basement, plastered with newl Why . Large tract of; is one week before the: i start of school but in some states it is 10 days and several have no | NAL .f‘ . j H. LANDSCAPING ing. ontrzict or 50c an hour.‘ Eight years in Shelton. Plovic, 726 So. First, corner Mill street. 8-5. 9-5M1M. 714 Ellinor Ave. lTON FURNITURE UP-" HCLSTERING, furniture recov—' ered and rebuilt, free estimates: Joe Nuss-l 8-20 9—25 1M1— _..—————___. Wanted : QWWAAAAAAAAA AAA LWANTED: Female help wanted}; Woman checker wanted in gro- cery store. Address letter giv- ing age, experience to Box SH S—~—9—9-971t. 1 Journal. l \VANTED: girl or woman for full: time housework. Children. Stay] Potlatch“ ' FOR 9-9-11—16-1977741 l nights. A. K. Route, Shelton. Scott, baumer, prop. 11, 1941, I Sing a song of Sixpence A pocket full of Rye Your pockets will jingle with Sixpence If you switch toB. F. Goodrich And we can» show you why. alterations and repairs, M. Jones. Shelton. Phone 56-J. “ 8-12-—9—12'IM Everything To Make The Little Tot Happy WAGONS ~— SCOOTERS TRICYCLES BERAIRS We also Repair wagons, tri- lawmowers, cycles, bicycles, etc. SLEYSTERS FIX—IT SHOP PlCl‘UllES l FULL COLOR Kodak Miniecolor Prints For Further Details see ANDREWS STUDIO FILMS DEVELOPED 25¢ per roll Free Enlargement each roll. FIR DRUG STORE Examiner’s Exam S l a t e_d_ Tuesday‘ Although no official applications have been received, several inquir- ies about the city civil service board examiner and clerk position to be filled by civil service, exam» 1 i ination next Tuesday evening have been received by the board, Acting Chairman ~D0ane 'Brodie reported today. The examination to select an examining officer and clerk for the board will be held at seven' o’clock in the city hall next Tues- . day evening, with applications for. taking the examination taken un- til five o’clock the same day. As quickly as the examining officer is selected a date~will be announcod for holding the civil service examination for city police next patrolman,‘ probably later week. 1 cm Go HALF worn you —- 1 neuALu/ who], ONTRACTING C A R P ENTER, gener- , a]. jobbing. Reasonable rate. H. 1714% 'Ridge Road. coupon with Mrs. J. S. Carman, lvlatlock Rte. Phone 14-F-41. WANEED: used bicycles, will pay{ cash. Slcystcr’s Fix-It Shop. 9-9—11~72t. WANTED: woman to do llouse-» work. Call evenings 79—R aftcri S—9—9—11——2t. six. WVANTED: woman for Inquire Mrs. R. E. Phone 171. truckloads of large, smooth, sound Maple and Alder Higher prices. Liberal Prompt settlements. 'vvvyvvvvvv vvvv» 'Vvvvvvv Lost and Found “- ANYONE missing any turkeys in— quire at. Sheriff's office. D—9-9-11-16-18#4t. ‘ 'Www""m"""" fFURNISI-IED APARTMENTS for Trade or Swap “MAAAAMA‘.‘ ‘AA‘AMAAA‘ WILL TRADE good heater for wood. Anna Huss, City Docks. Also want New Hampshire pullets. 9-9-11-16—18~4t. CARD OF THANKS May we extend in this way our sincere appreciation for the kind- nesses, sympathies and beautiful floral pieces offered us during our bereavement over the death of our beloved son. Mr. and Mrs. Lem Roe and Family. CARD OF THANKS We wish to return our sincere, thanks to our friends for kindly expressions of sympathy in our bereavement and for floral offer- ings at the last service, and par- ticularly to Elinor Chapter of the Eastern Star for conducting its ritual at the service and interment; for our departed wife and mother, Jeanette Hanson, a Charter mem- ber of the lodge. , Fred Hanson ‘ and Family. THAT REMINDS ME Southern Farms Aided by FSA BY RALPH HERBERT THE old French monarch who expressed the pious desire to see 'his country so prosperous that every peasant would have a chicken stewing in the kitchen pot, is beaten all hollow by the United States Department of Agriculture, whose goal for the low—income farmers of the southeasternstates is 100 chick- ens, one brood sow and one milch cow. If they already have chickens, pigs and cows. then the depart- ment would like to see, their number increased. The pro- gram has a threefold purpose: 1—-To grow more food. 2—— To give the. low-income families a better table. 3—To increase their money returns. In Florida, Alabama, Georgia and South Carolina there are at least 52.000 low-income families, largely tenant farmers on small farms or share-croppers. In the past their staple crop has been cotton. , For five years the Farm Se- curity Administration has been trying to interest the 52,000 families in something besides cotton. It has especially ham- mered home the idea that chick- ens and their eggs would not only improve their very poor diet. but the surplus of what they raised would bring in needed cash. Huge Army training camps were being established all over the south and enormous num- bers of men had to be fed. FSA pointed out to the low—income farmers that they could raise chickens in the neighborhood of the camps and sell them and fresh eggs to the Army. In the four southeastern states low-income farmers bought 5.000.000 May chicks. Average investment was $85. These four states have already sold, as fryers and broilers, 1,800,000 chickens which brought in $700,- 000, or more than the total cost of the original 5,000,000 plus their feed. The Farm Security Adminis- tration is so encouraged by the success of the program up to date. that it will probably ex- tend the experiment to other states where there are many low-income farmers WANTED :‘ good work horse 7 to; 9 years old. Reasonably pricedl 9-9-11wA2t. general: housework Tuesday and Friday. Grenberg. I G~79—11—1t. 3 WANTED: at Enco, czirloads logs. . scale. l Northwest i - Chair Company, Tacoma, Wash. 9-11-23fi4t. BayShOTeiFon RENT: furnished th room Road between Ford Garage and: NT ADS I RATES On Classified Advertisements 10 cents a line ('5 words) first insertion, attractively low rates on subsequent illScrtions. Min- imum charge 40c. vvv Vvvvvvv\vv~rvvvvvvvvvvv ; For Sale ¢AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA A a. \AAA‘ NEXT TIME you are in Shelton visit the Friendly Exchange where you can find good used. clothing: for the whole family at prices you can afford to pay. Second and Grove Streets. '. 9-9—11#2t. j Classified advertisements ac- cepted over the telephone from phone subscribers. Cash should accompany all other orders or payment made before the first of the month to save oxpcnso of billing. An extra. charge of 10c will be made when billing is necessary. Card of thanks 50c. SALE: small single drum. In good shapog Reasonable price. Ed Okonck, Grapeview, Wash. 9*2-4-9-11-4t.‘ gas donkey, lassified Display Rates on Request. Phone 100 FOR SALE: 5 goats, all milking, $25.00. Cleora Simpson, Route, No. 1, Box 13, Shelton. , 9-4-11—1644t. l mvvvvv vv wvvvv vv vvv for. SALE: 115ch30 gallon hot} For Sale water tank and water beaten! AAAA‘ 9AAAA. ‘Amu Burns coal or bark. In good1 condition. 825 Franklin Street. Fruit and Nut Trees Ornamentals B—9-11-16——2t. Shrubs and Roses FOR SALE: one good milk cow. Holstein and Jersey. George T. Castle, Route 2, Shelton. 9-11-16-18—3t. FOR SALE: spinct piano to be“ repossessed in this neighbor- hood. Bargain to right party. Write G. Welch, 1405— 6th Ave., Seattle. K—9—11-16-18-23—4t ’ FOR SALE: studio couch. Like! new. R. R. Phillips, 1205 So.| 7th St. (Southside Hill) Shel-l ton. 9-11-23-4t. 1 rvvvvvvvvv rv‘ovw‘v "vi- For Rent .A“ MA” ‘5. ¢.4LMA AM“. v Hand and Power Sprayers Spray Material VISTA DEL 0R0 NURSERY CO. Wm. H. Gross & Sons Rt. 1 Box 79, Olympia, Washa IN SHELTONe—RIIEL GIBSON Olympia Feed Co. lFOR SALE: Used “Easy” wash- ing machine. Phone ENS—J. ; T~—9—9-11#2t. FOR SALE: 10 Red breed Guern- sey cows, lst, 2nd and 3rd calf. Some fresh, some coming fresh. Must sell because of illness. Ephraim Johnson, Matlock Rte. 9-9-11—2t. [FOR SALE: 1935 Dodge sedan. new rings, motor bearings throughout, paint. No reason- able offer refused. 423 Belluve, rent (2 andsrooms). Good lo- cation. Very reasonable. Golds- borough Apts, Second and Knee- land Streets, Shelton. 5-7~tf. cabin. Bayshore Road. W. T., Goodro, 22061/2 N. 30th, Tacoma,| Wash. 9-9-11-16-18—4t i I o _ _ _ __— I. FULLY FURNISHED ultra mod- Hmcrest' 0’9 9 11 16 18 4}" em COttages $25 to $40 month' ‘ FOR SALE: I‘CCICREGT oats. Lilliwaup Motel, Lilliwaup. Ka ~1che. ‘9-9_11_2t_ 3-4—9-11-16—4t. Bert Rau’ ml ~ m-—~———-——— : FOR SALE: 25-20 Winchester FOR RENT: 6 upstairs rooms.| rifle, lever action. 425 Elinor some partly furnished $12.50 per St. month, on Mt. View. Also 3-!—————-——————-—¢-————+ room modem apartment atlFOR SALE: greenhouse, x 10, Man S A ts. Ph 487_J_ sectional. Complete with glass. p oneD_9_4_tf_ G. 0. Angle. Phone 255-w. FOR SALE: recleaned vetch 4¢ pound. A. C. Ellison, Kamilche Valley. 9-9-1la—2t. FOR SALE: 12 head Jersey and Guernsey cows, fresh and com- ing fresh. Wilson’s Ranch, next to Carmen Ranch, Dayton 5 LEGAL rhodium! NOTICE OF BOND CALL Notice is hereby given that the fol- lowmg Utility bonus. Series or, 1335.! of Public Utility District No. 1 ofi road. 9-11-23—4t. Mason County, t\Illlasl'iifngton. lire qcaHed , " for payment at e of, ice of t e rcas- . v - urcr of said county and that the in- FOR SALE‘ one 14 x 7 “31181 torcst on said Builds will cease on house- $125 03511 takes it October 10, 1941: Public Utility District No. 1 Utility Bonds. Series of 1935, numbered 36. to._45, inclusive, PUBLIC UTILITY DISTRICT! NO. 1 OF MASON COUNTY. ‘By F. G. BRIGGS. Manager. 9-11-16—18—23-25—5t. Frame and 6.00 x 16 tires and wheels in good shape. Inquire Emil Rauchert, Richfield Sta.- tion, Hillcrest. R——9-11-23—4t. 1 Iron SALE: 5t. Inquire 0. K. i Barber Shop. K—8-7——tf. l l the South side of said North half 0f said Lot 3; thence East to the Easterly line of said Government Lot 3; theme North‘erly, along the Easterly line of said Government Lot 3, to the point of beginning. excepting therefrom public road I‘mhts-of—way. The above described land covers. 01‘ is intended to cover that portion of the ranch property which lies West of State Road No. 148, which Is the highway that follows around the head of the Bay, and does not cover that portion of the ranch property which lies East of the Bay Road and between it and the water- . front; all Private sale to the best and high- est, bidder. at 1003 American Building. Seattle, Washington. All bids for said property must be, in writing and ad— dressed to the undersigned adminis- tratrix de bonis non and delivéred to her or her attorney at said ad-l dress on. before or after noon of the ' 20th day of September. 1941. Any sale made is subject to the confirmation of the above entitled Court. . MILDRED P. IDDLE. Administratrix d bonis non of said Estate. ADOLF D. KOCH Attorney for said Estate, 1003 American Building, Seattle, Washington. N0. 1351 NOTICE OF PRIVATE SALE OF LARGE SIZE REAL ESTATE Du ficatin INS q"1:333:12sughniuoa copa’r gr Egnl A E9 BO‘EKS .‘ ' WASHI GTO ‘ R MASON COUNI’TYO AT} S S N B B‘ I . In the Matter of the‘ Estate of IDA 0. PEERLES, Deceased. , NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that ’1' 55¢ Per d'JZen in compliance with the order of Court We also take orders for all kinds glittersettli1 i3 thofibgvetcntlijtlcd legiusctfin of medal" 0 ay 0 e em er, , c . .. undersigned administratrix dc bonis PRINTED SALES BOOI‘S gggtwiloi on 1091'13ftel‘nth0l20u; 1cliay of Our prices are an low or lower em er, 4, se tie o owing than can described real estate, to-witf l oumide salesmen quate gegipning std aspotii‘zt fortihthleI mg- 370“- an er ine re s on o e ort —I East corilieii‘ of Gove2r2m§cntth La); .3; 'Cfcfionl, ownship or . nge . m~ iFyVes‘tj, ‘W. M.; thence rpmtlgnggl'esfi " ' ' ' """v "" ou re s. more or less. 0 e ort apd Scaling line tlirzougtllil the csenttelrl- . 0 sa‘ cction ; ence on m w" glondg. lsaid ‘gcrfitetr slime.d tth aNpoigt ' ' ' ' ' ' v ' ' ' 'vvw " 1V1 in(r sax 0 an e or . West qaarter of the Southeast quar- FOR SALE: 0119 1939 0195 4' glut-said} Svgctifn. 3y] a {me {ginning speed transmission sedan in ex- ..as an es an eavmg acres A - m the North half and 37.5 acres in cement cond‘t‘pn' Pnce $.75“ L' the South half: thence East to the W. Packard. 122 Harvard Ave., West line of said Government L'ot Shelton, Wash. 9-11-16—2t. 3; thence North far enough to leave a, ' 1 out of this description 5 acres off ATTORNEY AT LAW Title Insurance Building Opposite First National Bank Phone 23 - - Shelton INSURANCE HERBERT G. ANGLE and“ Angle Building i ELLIOT B. SPRING \Acoounting Tax sérvices ’Phone MA 2662. 9-11-18—2t. B¢okke‘eping Systems N 0 T I C F, 123 «h st. Phone 665 or CIVIL SERVICE EXAMINATION FOR OFFICE OI“ SECRETARY AND CHIEF EXAMINER OF THE CITY OF SHELTON NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that an examination for the office 0‘. Secretary and Chief Examiner of the Civil Service Commission of the City of Shelton will be held by the Civil Service Commission on the 16th day of September, 1941 at the City Hall at the hour of 7:00 o'clock P. M. and thereafter until completed. This examination is original and open to all properly qualified citizens of the City of Shelton. Applications may be made at theI Clerk's Office at the City Hall of the said City of Shelton on forms furn- ,WITSIERS FUNERAL HOME Licensed Embalmers W A. Witsiet, Prop. . Phone 1§0 ~ Shelton. Wash. I MT. MORlAH LODGE, ished by the Commission. up to 5:00} No. 11 F.&,A.M. (feloclé1 P. M. {2f September 16. 1941.; n or or to to e the examination ani - ‘ application must be. properly made. Next Regu'ar commumcanon duly subscribed under oath and filed OCTOBER4 with the CommiSsion at said Clerk‘s. Office. 1 Dated at Shelton. Washington. 3rd day'of September. 1941. L. D. HACK. , Chairman Civil Sernce Commie-clan City .of Shelton. M. H. NEEDHAM Worshipful Master ‘J. L. cATTo. Secretary. this 9-4-11‘—2t.