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v4; 12'»; Page Four aniiiicfifié‘iciiiiei? 5:393:1505333“ Fur Coat Show At Candidates For picture and camera film at a fac-' tiny valuing iesgfsoonoo. ,_ Graham Theatre! Student Offices ‘ l Vying For Votes‘ the motif, and the Graham Theam i tre as the scene, the Lumbermen’s It doesn’t take Epolmcsn long to arrive once school has swung l i Mercantile Co., will sponsor a fall i into its routine. I l l l l l l D A N C I: at i HARSTINE ISLAND Sat, Sept. 27 Free Ferry 8-9-10 p. m. With the latest in fur coats as fashion show next Wednesday eve- Irene S. Reed high school stu- ning. The style show will takei place between regmar Shows at dents this week are balloting on new student body officers and the theatre. Mark PiCkenSv advert-Sing ma” will select their leaders from these candidates: ager of the Lumbermen‘s Mei-c. Co., announced that models Will For President_Bob Puhny Mack and Return. be used to demonstrate the various Wilson, Bob Pearce, Earl Lum- [ types of fur coats and wraps. Eden, Marjean Berets’ Barbara Supper Good Music ‘ Admission Gents 40c Ladiesloc 1 Ten the prospects Where you are. with a Journal Want-Ad Kreienbaum. and Grace Yarr. For Vice-President——Jim Ho- lwarth, Dick Look, Lyla Rose, Pat [Wilcox and Jeanne Landers. , For SecretaryflBetty Attwood, Helen Landers, Iris Wells, Do- rothy Elson, Bonnie Brown, and Joann Faubert. For Sergeant-At—ArmS—L o u i s Woolsey. Elmer Carlson, Bob Hill, ‘and Joe Waldrip. For Staff Bearer—Don Riebow. Neil McDonald, Jack Wright, and Jack Kalinoski. A primary election will elim- inate all but the two top candi- dates for each position, unless one, by a long chance receives a majority of the votes cast, then' the final election will be held next ' Week. I For Men 0a, 0 o o o o o 0 o o i au'n’o’o.“ o..u.n.«.n.u.u.u. .0 500 Williams Shave Cream ...................... .. 39¢ 25c Lifebuoy Shave Cream ______________ .. 2 for 33¢ S uibb Shave Cream __________________________________ _. 39¢ (inns Free Trial Size 50c Mennen Brushless Cream __________________ ._ 39¢ . RatCilfl: Picked} Commissioner Robert Trenck-I Shavaml BFUShleSS Shave -- and Imann and Welfare Administratori ~ Glen Ratcliff of Mason County’ PO-DO Shave Cream “3 ------------------------------- -- were re-eljected respectively as chairman and secretary of the Old Spice Lather Cream ............................ .. 50¢ District meeting of, coun.ty,com-. . . ‘ missionersi (engineers: ;and‘ ad: 400 Colgate Shave Cream .......................... .- 39¢ ministrators-heldatisrort Ange» ' les yesterday. ‘ ,7 Considerable't'me was evote‘d $1.00 Gem Razor p‘lus Tube Barbasol ...... .. 59¢ in the session. Ito discussion of f ' ‘ taxing federal lands, Administrat: McKessons Shave Cream .......................... -- 25¢ lor Ratcliff reported today. Plus 6 Blades Prosecutor Frank Heuston, Aud- itor Harry Deyette and .‘Commis- 50C IVIOllee, Shave Cream .......................... .. sioner Vincent Paul were other Mason County officials attending $1.25 Molle’ Shave Cream .......................... .. 98¢ the meet- 500 Burma-Shave ________________________________________ .. 39¢ . . 500 Aqua Velva .......................................... .. 39¢ g fills!" . 50c Mennen Skin Bracer .......................... .. 39¢ k 5H " 75c Paisle s I avender ____ __‘_ ....................... .. 49 fl'" A“ y ‘ ‘ snoormc. ‘ly cinched last night when Oak—i SHELTON—MASON COUNTY JOURNAL ideline l w l I . BILL i §DlCKlE : IT’S HONEST ‘ lower clubs had against the Skeptics sometimes inclined toi leaders; Seattle would not have question the honesty of profession- i been able to overcome the big al sports will have a difficult time i margin the Sacs in particular finding any place to doubt thel held. ' purity of professional baseball: And here again is an example With the example being set in the 5 of the honesty of the game. Los National League “‘15 year- i Angeles, in seventh place, with no Rivalsof the Dodgers and Cards 1 Chance whatever of gaining a, are Punmg no 1311110295 in the iplayoff position, is unloading both great StretCh battle the two are t barrels against Seattle this week staging. as for instance that 1 to i or were those 2 to 1 and 1 to 0; 1 he the Giants hung 0’} the and 0 to 0 results of the first cards T119593}? that 17fmnmg three games of the series just marathon Cincmnati carried on below Shadow boxing? before yielding to Brooklyn Mon- . day, and that 4 to 3 defeat the 1REFORMED Reds hung on “them bums“ Tues- ; Coach Walt Hakola has done day, an about face in his condition— THANKS TO mg program for the Higliclmib- l l . .V ; And Stm Speaking of pro base_ {1 or football team this season. He’s easin u on the lads, iv- ball, Oakland and Hollywood have , mg them Ecriynmage only “ace been great helps to Seattle as . . . a week for half—hour periods. the Rainiers carried on their grand i The “St of the time is devoted comeback for a third straight l , , to smoothing offensive plays pennantWand Whld‘ they Wrtual‘i and defensive technique. Daily (“56¢ Paeia‘”‘s'iiava’6;es};i” MBoth ‘ “(e I , 250 Croydon Blades for I Specilnallze i PETER/S SHELLS Shelton Sporting . Goods fiarber Shop... was e, 303 we DELIVER; 'yliesgliwnouc PHONES 303 555 MEN! SHOP AT PENNEY’S FOR YOUR HUNTING NEEDS. Men's Red RIAJESTIC ¢ “UNT‘NG 98¢ Shoe Grease waterproof your shoes Men‘s 10-02. Fleece Lined Coat . WATER REPPELLENT SWEATER COATS Sizes 36 . 46 Men's Green Oil Skin ' 16” Rubber ,. "" JACKETS . - ' BOOTS r - Small. Medium, Large Cusl‘ion Insole on odors Cushion Insole Men's Heavy Cotton Union SUITS Sizes 36 - 41 98¢ Heavy Core Yarn .‘HVEAT I 2 39 SHIRTS 5 Zipper and Crew Neck ‘ (tumour ,socn Pfl't Wool 16” All-Leather 98¢ 89¢ 3991‘s Cotton Flannel SHIRTS Sizes 14”: - 17 Light Rubber Rain JACKET — 11 RED iias‘e‘: m .49 BAliIie139§25 Films 5 Sports Jackets 4.98 .Cape Leather Sleeves! C Talon Frout ! Smart New LACE COLLARS 79¢ , Cuffs to' ma tch. i “Lama-7,. Flannel GOW NS 98¢ Whether you are active in sports or Just look on. here's the jack- et you'll be proud to wear! This wool product is plenty warm— of heavy 24-02. fabric. It's s-. . smartly contrasted with soft “‘95 15 ’ 18 ~ capeskin sleeves. And the gnur OTHERS AT """"""""" 1‘49 fit of the knit collar. cuffsiia gk ?‘ . % waist keeps in the body bet; I and keeps out the cold! Wha s‘ " more, it‘s warmly lined with cotton plaid! Zipper on the front and the breast pocket, too! GIRLS NEW CAMPUS JACKETS 3.49 GIRLS — OIL SILK UMBRELLAS 98¢ Men’s Cravenette TRENCH COATS 11.90 A mot that will really shed the walk-r. in :i smart military style. planner COMPANY , incorporated-5' ' 5P. Staley land again beat Sacramento. The Oaks and the Stars took turns the past four weeks drub- bing San Diego and Sacramen- to. Had it not been for the outstanding successes the two Fems Open Strong In Inaugural Pin “Matches; Monday Margaret Stewart and Frankie Fredson staged a nip-and-tuck battle for individual scoring hon- ors in opening matches of women’s boilvling league play Monday night with the former taking the duke by a three-pin margin, 517 to".514. However, their efforts were not enough to bring victories to their teams for Mrs. Stewart’s Werbcrg~ er Wines quintet dropped a 2 to 1 decision to Quality Cleaners and Miss Fredson’s Forrest Gardens lineup suffered a whitewash troun~ cing at the hand of Mason Clean- ers. Mrs. Stewart gave the feminine pin smashers something to shoot at for the rest of the season when she hung, up a 213 total in her second game. The scoring: Qual. Clean (2) \Verberger (l) M. Brewster 3092M. Wood 339 M. Durand 3761D. LaBarr 447LE. Robinson E.1»"Pét§es"<in 42's I. ponds” .» 39.. . 44 I 712 759 699 21701726 785 226 . .3': ;. Nash Brothers Opens New Branch]. In order to afford better dis l l i i i l l l l l workouts end by 5:30 and the whole thing is on a clock sched- ule. In previous years Hakola has been in charge scrimmage oc— curred nearly every night and workouts lasted frequently uns til dark. But none of that this season, Hal; swears. The game is going to be more fun and less work for the boys under his new schedule. GRID GRAVEL A That broken nose Louie Wool sey suffered in the Highclimber Alumni scrimmage last week wa' nothing new to the Skokomisl Valley flash. It was somethin,( like the fourth or fifth time th rusty-haired scooter back has ha' the old beak busted. Don't look now, folks, but don’t those shabby pants the Highclimbers are using for their game apparel look like some- thing the neighborhood kids scrape up for their vacant-lot football battles? You couldn’t help noticing the Highclimbers at the jamboree—they were the poorest dressed team on the field. Before this week is out Coac' Hakola expects to haVe his pig skin warriors moved into th new gym quarters, bag and bag gage. It‘ll seem like moving fron a shack across the railroad track th handicap 501‘ handicap 276 to a mansion on Snob Hill, G, Skelsey 3621K Fredson 411' change will. Those quarters ii M. Sutherl‘d 3873M. Kubik 380 the junior high haven't been ver, M, Sparks 316lG. Pauley 29% .:.‘spacious. And the junior higl lT' Stephens 3591\7‘ McConkey 439'" gridders will enjoy just as muc‘ iK. Allen 434lM, stewart 517“ being able to move into the ol< ‘797 793 769 2359.737 802 767 2306 varSlty quarters as they've ha( i Fog-rest (0) 'Mason Clean, (3)" to park on steps and almost any handicap 961 handicap 245 where they could to dress for thei' F. Fredson 51MB. Smith 421' workouts. Loop Field won't see very muc,‘ 415..) competitive football this season a' the Highclimbers play but thret ‘bf their nine games at home an” “the junior high has but one o seven games at home this year. ANY TAKERS? Murray Taylor, the slim ex- P.L.C. basketballer, now teach- ing his second year at Allyn, has organized: a six-man foot- »V‘, ball team among the older boys play space for" his increasin . ' in the. school and is looking for , stocks, Walt Nash of Nash Brothg competition from any other ‘ers. announced today that he had group which would be some- l l I i opened another branch for his used merchandise. . The new branch is at 123 Cota street in the location formerly oc- cupied by the Shelton Second Hand Store. Nash Brothers also have a second—hand store at 117 /, Cota street as well the parent store at 111 Cota street. P.0.L. Meeting Due Next Wednesday Eve‘ Next meeting of the Mason' County Public Ownership League is scheduled for next Wednesday evening, September 24, at eight' o'clock in the county courthouse. All persons interested in thel progress of ‘public utility districts l l i l l and public power are invited to, attend. i where near the same age and size. Any takers? THAT HELPS Transferring the Aberdeen-Shel- ton game this Saturday night to Hoquiam's grass-surfaced Olympir Stadium can be considered a break in Shelton’s favor as it will b( putting Aberdeen on a field it is little more familiar with than thc Highclimbers. The Stadium’turf, too, should provide better footing for Shel- ton’s scat—backs, Jack Page and Louie Woolsey. Stewart Field, Aberdeen’s homc bailiwick, ha: always been a slow surface, par- ticularly when wet, and if this stuff which has been dripping from up above has made Stewart Field any more secure .of foot]. then Hades is frozen. BY ART BRONSON OE LOUIS’ 19th defense of his heavyweight title against Lou Nova Yankee Stadium, Sept. 29—is a strange mixture of Horatio Algerism and hokum ——cosmic and corny. Other championship buildups -—from the bohemian “I’ll-moi— der-dat-bum” to the serio-comic “I know Louis’ weakness”———have become outmoded. The current approach is positively ethereal. Even the strange gentry of l l l l woods and growls and grimaces l l l I l physio-religion”—all emanating from, the Nova camp—are new to them. A few may recognize such rhetoric from the racing form tip sheet. “Muscles” Nova may be one of three things; He may be a seri— ous-minded, ‘Tintellig’ent young .: Adonis who‘knows the value of a good buildup. Or he may be an incurable crackpot who thinks he can beat Louis with a lot of back—parlor gyrations that bor— de’r on the ridiculous. And, of course, he may be the next I heavyweight champion of the world. plenty of saVVy inside the ropes. t ' ‘TOO many mistake his off-stage OU is good copy, goofy or sleepiness and dead-pan for dis- 5 not. He stands on his head Interest. The fighter who beats l obligihgly, “eats” Air every Lou‘s ought to be able to hit like morningpgoes up in the Maine through his béfard. He rows at the Poughkeepsie workouts, dons a football suit for a practice set-,V to with the Eastern all-Stars. ,_ But- yourcan’t laugh ‘ iYOga Nova Backs Guessers' ', On Louis Fight Into Ropes California challenger as just an— other phony. In 1940, after beat- ing Max Baer, he tackled Tony Galento and was knocked out in the 12th round after absorbing a terrific lacing. There’s where‘ the Horatio A1- ger angle enters. It was dis- covered Nova was a victim of septic poisoning. It almost paralyzed him. He spent months in the hospital until he was cured. - o o LOU came back to knock out Jacobs Beach are confused. Pat Comiskey and Baer and i. Words like “cosmic,” “dynamic,” Won his Louis shot on the, “Yoga' ritual” and “Hindu strength of these performances. Fight experts claim Louis is near the end of his trail. They point to the Buddy Baer fiasco and his near-whipping at the hands of Billy Conn. But Nova is no Conn. Louis won’t be fighting a boxing whizz, sept. 29. Nova is no cat in the I‘lngg “He is muscular, rather waddling, slow and plodding. He" can‘ hit, but he gan't move. Louis loves a slow- movmg target. Good hitters don’t bother him as much as good. boxers. Joe can still hit, and he’s got Nova, but he also should be able to box like Conn. Lou Nova may be the next world’s heavyweight king. But it _Will take more than a I‘Eper_ mire 0f h_°CUS-Docus and county fair mysticism to do it. !. . . killed 36 an 000 forty Census rel reduced ti Thursdayficptember 1 everything you need to en} you fall hunting. Now is '6 time to check up on your 011-. fit and clothing to make Ce? , tain you have What you need” COUNTY & SlllTE HUNTENE & FISHING [ICE Shotgun Shells Materials going into the manufacture of these "Extra Long Range" “NITRO EXPRESS" shells are the finest available. Remington shells‘for general use, light on recoil, long on fecoirioi‘ny. 12’ GA, box of 25 ...... .. $1.40 16 a 20 GA., box of 25 1.30 410 GA., 21/. inch .......... .. 90¢ 410 (2A., 3 inch .......... _. $1.00 Remington “Shur Shot Shells” 12-guage. . Winchester Rifles 32 Special, model 94 ...... ..$35.65 30-30, model 94 .............. 35.65 BOX of 25 .......................... ._ Red Shirts ’ 98¢ ' Full cut suede cloth shirts button down pockets andfil, , buttons. Sizes 14 to 17. Reversable Hunting Coats 6.95 Made of 8-07. " \'vat<'l';—i~en<:llent duck. Tan on the one side and red on the other which may be turned inside out for field hunt- ing. Game pockets in the back. Large shell pockets the front. On All wool felt in the crusher models. Sizes 6% to Other Hunting Coats with other features. 5.95 to 7.50 Hunting Caps 98¢ Large visor to protect the eyes from the light and brush. May be reversed showing red on the top. ——- Limited quality, so hurry! Leather Jackets Capeskins, horsehides, sue’des. We have all three types of leather. I Horschides for rugged wear cape’skins and suedes for warm- th, soft feel and appearance. Sizes 36 to '46. Colors brown or black. Back Capeskin Aviator Style 8.95 Zipper Jackets w... Of 100% blue woolinel- r. ton cloth. Heavy l meight. Sizes 36 to “Pendleton” ' Wool‘Shii-ts i“ 5.95 to 7.50 Other Grades and Two-Tone Color Col“, Some have leather 0n 5n v19!- , chest and cuffs. A” ' Wool Socks Medium Weight The 1009‘; pure virgin wool quality mpumr colors' white or grey ‘ shirt. Colorful western .plaids and 3 pair ...... ..$1.00 “1"?”- Heavy w e i g h t white or grey ........... . 5.49 ‘ Sporting Boots 7050 Goodrich “Litentuf” quality. 36-inch- es tall in olive drab color rubber. Nomsnp clcated soles, inside leg har— ness, belt strap and Sponge rubber cushion insoles. . Same color and model i 5.95 Alligator but cheaper number .... .. Rain Jackets Outguessos the weather. Feather weight grade 6.75 Travel weight grade 5.50 Service weight grade 5.50 pair Your Complete Ileaprtment Store—“Where QualityuM’eeitS ,..a