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October 7, 1941     Shelton Mason County Journal
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obey. .: October 7,1941. __’ .» _\._ ,. v attle I‘ 3 acre: 3 A x —' I . . L. Cheney spent i 19 5t??? M In Seattle with her 3;“ Tm, .' E- J. Tannler. for , , .. . Aid Supplies '2 Case of Burns NE. . I I I"‘"d a Full Line of . k '. Aid Supplies at 1t ha? ‘7 H l =G'eater Protection ‘l ' ME-PROOF ' 0UR CAR V “a Fire Prevention ‘ Week l i l llcaning 1 MO I '0. '1' m 1: I o m 2 O O t! M Z :3 Against Cigarette, “a Match Burns a” DUSTRIAL and ‘ tei'ialSVVpapei-, ,l electric wiring, ‘ Know What To Do Before Arrival Of Fire Fighters: The national defense program and hazards of war bring home to everyone the horrors of fire. Special training in fire fighting is being given all over the coun- try. There are different types of fires, many having their origin in the home owner's carelessness, and therefore preventable. But once fire starts, every man, woman or, child should know what to do to : combat it immediately. There are three different kinds ‘of fire ~— insurance experts call i them class lClass A fires are “A” “B” and “Cu those which occur in ordinary combustible ma- wood, etc. Class B fires are fires in inflammable liquidsw—greasc and the like. Class , C fires are those which break out. equipmcntv-wwiring, . in electrical : etc. lit—«provided you’re not afraid of icausing damage by soaking the :furnishings in your home. If it is a Class A fire that you’re fighting, use water and plenty of When you come to Class B fires, you have a much more difficult, {problem because a stream of wa- ter may do more harm than good. Such fires usually involve oil or‘ grease in some sort of containmg This type of inflammable liuuid fire has to be smothered. You can do this smothering physically for instance, by using a man- ket or a pan cover. do it more scientifically with special extinguishing equipment. You may use water on oil-soak- ed rags or a small oil spill fire. but it's best to-use a fine spray of water, not a heavy stream. The Class C fire-~~»the electrical fix-cumust also be smothered; but' here you have an added hazard. 11' you squirt a hose on burning the electric cur- rent will run back along the wa— ter stream and may knock you off your feet: if the voltage is high, it may kill you. So you must use. an extinguishing agent which will not carry an electrical charge. War Dept. Buys Horses At Centralia Oct. 20th Occasionally farmers are inter- ested in selling horses to the War Department. On October 20th the govern- ment buyers will examine at Clie- halis any horses that owners feel will meet the requirements. Horses must be sound, gentle, and show signs of good breeding. Only geldings of a bay, brown, black~,_or chestnut color with cer- taihwspecifiwcations as to weight and height are accepted. Anyone interested may secure full particulars at the county agent’s office. Meetings on Friday The Triple T. Club will hold a meeting on Friday, October 10th with Mrs. J. H. Frisken at 2:30 p. m. WIRING SPECIALISTS BUSINESS WORK '"formation and Estimates Gladly Furnished i Elmer-t Workmanship —— Licensed Electrician . 7b,, 216 s. 4th Street It run the risk of a disastrous fire in your mess location or industrial plant. Have your mg done by an experienced, licensed electrician. ~13 SAFETY’S SAKE have your old llmg checked NOWH J. ERNEST CRANE Phone 379-M Sand dirty cylinder blocks. srhese Heaters AWHOLEHOUSE .eFunNAczl away Heating Service arm Floors wk Heats “18 *Two Heat Re- fol‘ Quick Warming *‘A' Beautiful Stream- OmAlltomatic Fuel Con- ]Hatlc Draft: Control . eat Control * Low ‘ v, Ce Saves Fuel (ff! THESE HEATERS 0w 0N DISPLAY! l i I"lace-Type" Unit" V§ \m as, W \\ \ Or, you can- ! The Chief listed the common 1 l I l ‘l'lw/Il/I/lfl’” i l l l ..___ __., ._.._. . Fighting Tricks: Trucks and buses subject to the. ' regulations of the Interstate Com- l merce Commission are less of a problem from the fireman’s point; of view than the private passen- [ger car, Fire Chief Dean Carmen [declared today. Motor vehicles i ,classified as common and private carriers are required by law to be equipped with fire extinguishers,. but no such rules exist for the private car owner. “Fires in motor vehicles areire- sponsible for about ten per cent of all fire alarms,” the Chief said. [ ,“It is not uncommon for a gen-l ‘eral alarm to be sounded, calling [Knight wggests three or four pieces of fire ap— paratus, for a burning car. When we get there, a squirt from a fire extinguisher or a burst from a fog nozzle on a booster line. puts the fire out. The operator of the car could do the same thing him- self with less delay, if he carried a fire extinguisher on his car. Fire Prevention Week is a good time to recall this fact to mind." causes of car fires as breaks in the gasoline line, faulty ignition “Another reason for carrying] extinguishers on motor vehicles,” the Chief explained, “is the assist~ ance motorists may be able to give those trapped in car acol— dents. There are countless cases on record where fires have been extinguished and lives saved by persons happening upon other motorists involved in wrecks. All fire apparatus and most police cars are equipped with fire ex- tinguishers of one kind or another for Just such emergencies, and the more private cars so equipped the better. Naturally, these ex- tinguishers have to be cared for and kept in working order.” with FIRE INSURANCE ‘ l Your livestock, feed and grain, i bu‘ldings and homes are too i valuable to risk losing in flames When Protection through insur— ance is so cheap. l Take Out the, Right Policy ‘ Today »—» see A. L. BELL Phone 24—J Bell Bldg. H 'Honors were won at Mrs. Frank Fcntiman, Mr5_ Char—l SHE lLearn TheseFire, lDon’t Forget To, Write A Letter During—This Week. This is national “write a letter! week," an annual event during which your Uncle Sam and his postoffice department urges all patrons to write an extra letter or two to relatives and friends. This year, in View of the em- ergency, patrons are also asked to write to the. boys in the na- tion's service. “Inasmuch as national defense transcends all government and public activities throughout the nation," Postmaster Miss Jessie “the thought which is appropriately offered in this connection is to encourage people in civilian life to write let-- ters frequently to the young men who are undergoing military and naval training. These youths should be told they do not stand" alone, but have the support of the home folks who are purchas— ling defense bonds and stamps and v are working in defense industries turning out the sinews of defense.” l EARLY RESIDENT DIES IN TACOMA Mrs. Elva Getchell, 89, an early~day resident of Shelton] [died in Tacoma Thursday, where she had been residing ever since leaving here around the time of Washington’s statehood. Her husband, Darling H. Gets chell, died in Tacoma in 1933. Mr. and Mrs. Getchell were related li'l‘ON—MASON COUNTY JOURNAL -amre Page Five Edd By Fire Girl Scouts Meet With Miss Ottini A Girl Scout meeting was held at the home of Miss Helen Ottini' on Monday evening, October 6. The five girls present were Sally Brown, Patty Killmer, Lola Bar-i Ruth Mast and Jane Drew,‘ ger, a guest of Sally’s. Rainbow Girls Will Hold Meeting Tonight The Rainbow Girls will hold a, regular meeting tonight in the Ma- sonic Temple at 7:30 p. m. A so- cial hour will follow. All girls are urged to attend. Visit In Mt. Vernon Mr. and Mrs. Dick Watson spent the weekend in Mt. Vernon with Mr. and Mrs. Keith Breathour. Mr. Watson is the advertising manager of The Journal. Miss Earlene Cleveland Honored With Shower Miss Earlene Cleveland was the guest of honor at a miscellaneous shower given by Mrs. William Carlson and Mrs. A1 Munro at the home of the latter last Fri- day evening. Bridge was the cvening diver- sion with Mrs. Herb Driver win- ning high prize, Mrs. Henry Han- sen cut prize and Mrs. Claire T0- zier galloping goose. Following the refreshments the. many lovely gifts were presented to the hon- ored guest. Those present for the evening were Mrs. Driver, Mrs. Charles Rowe, Mrs. Tozier, Mrsl Hansen, Mrs. Gene Hansen, Mrs. Phillip Bayley, Mrs. Joe Gruvcr, Mrs. Mervin Wingard, Mrs. Clar- ence Bell, Mrs. Steve Rupert, Miss Cleveland and the hostesses, Mrs. Munro and Mrs. Carlson. to the W. H. Kneeland family here weekend at Brown's and Came to Shelton about 1888, Mr. Getchell being a barber and daughter of Dupont, also a dancing teacher. During their residence in Shel- ton the Getchell’s daughter, Gertie, was drowned un- der a log jam in Goldsborough Creek at Fifth street while fish_ ing. The parents moved to Ta_ coma soon afterwards. Emoto Bridge Club Holds Friday Meet ‘Members of the Emoto bridge club Were entertained on Friday evening by Mrs. Paul Dittman Jr. cards has Walton and Mrs. Harry Ditt- man. Mrs. Charles Walton was the guest of the club. Dainty refresh- ments Were served by the hostess. Father Of Hillcrcst Grocer Passes Today Thomas LaBissioniere, 74, fa- ther of Julius J. LaBissoniere, proprietor of the Hillcrest Gro— ccry, died in Yakima today from a heart condition brought on byl a fall at Yakima August 20 which I broke his hip. The elder Mr. lived with his son here in Shelton at times in the past three years and was known to many Shelton residents. JOURNAL Want Ads are. used by Scores of your friends byl LaBissoniere had Dr. and Mrs. J. A. Walker and Spent the Iweekend here with Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Brown before starting 16-year—old for Arizona for the winter. l 54 Fores Fires In Mason County 0n 24,638 Acres Fifty-flour forest fires de— stroyed the vegetation on 24,- 638 acres of Mason County land during the spring and summer of this year, District Fire Warden Charles ()gg announced yester— day after checking his records for the season. Officially, the forest fire sea- son closes next Wednesday, October 15, and the district fire hall at Fifth and Franklin will be closed for the winter after that date. However, the wet fall has been a blessing from the forest fire angle and the red demon has been kept under leash for the past month in M11- son County wooded areas. 0! the 54 fires which occurr- ed under District Fire War- den Ogg’s jurisdiction In Ma- son County thls year, 20 were caused by lightning, seven were definitely established as being of incendiary origin, and the rest were all set ‘alccldently' by careless smokers, campers and motorists. Loss in monetary figures for the 54 conflagratlons has been set at $2,544.02 by Warden Ogg. Dancing Club Will Stage Dance Friday The Shelton Dancing club will hold the first dance of the winter ‘series at the Memorial Hall on Friday evening, October 10. Danc-~ ing is scheduled to begin at o’clock to the music of Rasmuss- sens orchestra of Olympia. The executive committee in charge of the dance is composed of Mr. and Mrs. Hal Briggs, chairmen, Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Bailey. Mr. and Mrs. Winston Scott, and Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Jackson. SAFE-DEPENDABLE You have no Annoying Interruptions of Service when You Cook With Gas Butane Gas, as used in Shelton homes, is a non-poisonous non-asphyxiating, dependablefuel, and the modern gas appliances are unexcellcd economy of operation. 122 8. 3rd Shelton Gas Company c. c. COLE, Mgr. in design, efficiency and Phone 8’? . Shelton. Fire Prevention Wéek T0 Stress 5 Defense Angle?g "Defend against fire for na-‘ tional defensefkwill be the themei of this year's Fire Prevention Week, Fire Chief Dean Carmen“ announced today. Shelton will ob- serve the occasion along with the rest of the United States and‘- Canada this week, continuing un-l til October 11. 1 Fire safety takes on added im-i portance at this time. for not only: "s it necessary to eliminate the.“ losses and interruptions of pro-i duction caused by fire. but it is! a vital part of the civilian de-| i'enSe. program of the Office ofi l Civilian Defense, according to Chief Carmen. “We. are becoming a nat‘o“; armed against fire," he declared: “and here. we must do our partj We must protect our homes, our‘ industry, and all of our people; “‘rom firevuo matter if it occurs} from ordinary causes. from sab-‘i otage, or as the result of air in-l "asion. Each of us must become . ’ire wardens. to help safriruard; ‘he destiny of our country." Will Attend Dinner v i In Olympia Tonight l The Alfred \Villiam Leach, Am~ arlcan Legion Auxiliary of ()lyni—j nia, will Him: a dinner tonight inl Olympia in honor of Bertha An-f lreson. national vice~president.‘ The invited guests Include the de—‘ oartment officers. who work with her. Mrs. l2. F. Martin and Mrs. W. A. \Vitsiers will attend from Visit In Seattle ‘ Mr. and Mrs. A. Almaden spent Sunday in Seattle visiting their brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Ar- thur Gagnon. Healing Safely Bob Evans. liayonier cmployc, ,was admitted to Shelton hospital today for medical attention. Comoletc Safetv In . . Ho H :atizie; >With the New Genuine ESTATE OIL HEATROLA You need not run the risk of fluctuating, uncertain lluZ— ardous home heating sysleizis when this economical, ut- tractive, Safe Heating Unit is available: at ROBBINS ELECTRIC 123 3. 2nd St. Phone 210 Protects YOUR HOME and PROPERTY Electrol Oil Burners Hot Air Furnaces Hot Water and Steam ARE SAFE HEATING INSTRUMENTS Heating Plants FOR YOUR HOME Shelton Hardware and Furniture Company Phone 232 103 Railroad Fires Threaten National Defense! FIRE PREVENTION WEEK—,OCT. 5-11 WHILE YOU SLEEP ‘.........FIRE! HILE you’re off guard fire may waste wealth needed for defense—and endanger life. For safety’s sake get rid of fire hazards now. Locate these dangers by mak- ing an inspection. On request we will gladly furnish a self- inspection blank to guide you. t. Q . ‘i’ if %]€flg€flq) |N$URHNC€ ' REAL ESTATE BONDS -NOTARY PUBLIC “ PHONE 304 -SH7EL_TON ,NWAS’H. ,m.....~.uvl".".'~.. ,_i, M- “u. v41,“ \ suing. a...» .u i