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Page Two ’ 'i‘ucsdayfl,4_~ October 217. i - SHELTON-MASON COUNTY JOURNAL . Ratcliff Speaks i County Budget lHlCLlMBERS TAKE 3 ' (Continued from Page One) , . : *\t POT.0., raised for various state, county| BAD Mauock, Oct. 20.~»—Friday eve-sand 01W Purposes- ning’s P.T.O. program was fea-i These are an°110W53 E L ‘ , lured by a disoussion on the hot: STATE TAXES ‘ lunch programs being carried out , General fund ------------------- "5 602-16 in the schools and the part theiscn001 fund ----------------- -- -~ 569-87iElma Runs Wild In Se 0 d H If Surplus Commodities Administra- ‘ vet; comp-,and ; F r 33‘_6 Trim“ h_ r a ! lion l-an play in helping the hot, Eondfie’drement -------- -- 323411 0 H. h L 7’ 161 m , lunch programs by Glen Ratcliff,iUP1Verslty Fund 6'708'27 lg 0563” ' i new Mason County Welfare ad-gW-S:C- fund ---------------- -- 3958-08 Either Sheiton's Highciimbers? l‘lliniflirriltor- igfillmghfim Nolrmal """" aren’t the type to hold grudges Another feature. of‘ the session}Ellifignfrgnlginfigi """"" ’7g6’ 41f or Elma’s Eagles are just too; was the showing of very interest-i TOTAL " "$15 040‘31 doggone good on the gridiron. , iiig motion pictures on tuberculo-i """"""""" " ‘ Make your own conciusion after sir; prevention and treatment by , COUNTY TAXES ithat humiliating 33 to 6 thumping? Amount MIHS! ‘ Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Davidson ofi Current Expense $50,584.67 70 the Eagles handed the Highciimb- ! ' 0 CI AL SURVEY 0". ,Mrs. Charles R. Lewis Thursday'want or need full or part—time 'TO BE MADE IN E ! Chapter B., I’.E.O. To Present Important And Talented Ladies The MaSOn County District Fe'd_ Mrs. C. B. Hoffman of Kent. eration of Women's Clubs is con- and Mrs. Adam Beeler of Seattle ducting a survey to determine H! will be presented by Chapter Bu (1} whether any youths between P.E.O., at the home of Mr. andithe ages of sixteen and twenty evening, October 23, at 8 oiclock. ; work, and (2) what is their fu— Mrs. Hoffman will tell of he!“ 1‘8- 1- ture educational plan. After com-l cent trip to South America. She, i piling this information the Fed- with Dr. Hoffman. visited every1 eration hopes to publicize its find— South American country, travel— ings that. it ‘will enlighten the' ing by Clipper plane. and With'general public on youth‘s prob—l native guides throughout the trip. 1 19mg, aid any who need work, Mrs. Beeler is well known to and serve as a basis for planningl all music lovers in the Northwest. ; future education courses to meet} F YOUTH WORK-WANTS MASON COUNTY‘ ! fense many people won‘t realize‘ that a large number of this coun- ty’s youth are leaving here to. work in other places, thus de— pleting the county youth ranks here at home and taking from youth a necessary education taking from youth a'neccssary which would fit them for living after this chaos. The Federation requests all young people betWeen 16 and 20 years of age to supply this in- formation by filling out blank be- low and either mailing or bring-i ‘I ladder. i Shelton. Mic. Archie Vaughn rendered 1‘25 iSchool Fund ...... 7,267.91 , . . . Violin solos for the musical inter- l Eoédleéinéelfgi 290'72 '05 inges. Refreshments closed the‘ "F'edemp Int 4360 74 75, n‘i‘..etii‘ig. _' " ' ' E The Pump 5 ladies will put on,Road DiSt' 1 ' 2‘664‘40 3'00 , . zRoad Dist. 2 4740.25 3.00 the IN'FJ. 1’.'I‘.O. program, but as Road Dist .3 3’170 q? 200 yet no date for it has been an—i'P'U'D Ge‘n "9.33%.; ‘2’00 “'“u’1"““- ‘;P.U.D. 1 Bond ...... .. 933.57 2.00 _,. 'P.U.D. 3 Gen. . . . . . . . ..10,695.09 2.00 CITY TAXES loin-rent Expense $32,150.74 14.00 ? 'Bond Red. Int. 5,123.50 ,tricts have voted special millages Watch For Iii! Ei’or the coming year with Belf'air ihighest with 20 mills, voted last i Thursday. plus the usual ten mills gfor general school purposes. Har- CPR, Tonite and WedneSday iMary M. Knight have five mill aspecials and Camp 3 and Shelton Shelton wash. each have special three mill levies All others |for the coming year. iare paying just, ten. BELFAI—E PASSES ‘ Peron-mun) Presents .' o. 2.25' Seven Mason County school dis-i ‘stine will pay the next heaviest! i. levy with 15 mills special, plus the .usual ten. Tahuya, Lilliwaup and, I one yard line. ers Saturday afternoon on a slog-3 She is an outstanding contraito youth needs. gy Elma gridiron. Some football, soloist, has been featured on the} In the rush and struggle to ac- minds figured the HighCIimberslNorthwest Artist series and hasicomplish complete national de- would be mad enough over'that! “squawk” Elma placed against -,‘ Shelton for opening football prac-I tice too early, resulting in a sus-[ tpension meted out by ther'State, High School Athletic Ass’n which! wiped two games off the Shelton! schedule, to give the Eagles quite a tussle Saturday. But LeRoy Wade, just about. as fine a halfback as you‘ll see! in Southwest Washington this} year, didn't let the slippery turf' bother his cutbacks to any no- ticeable extent” and romped for three touchdowns. Bob Osgood and Les Winders added the other two touchdowns. , The Highclimber tally came late in the final period after recovery of an Elma fumble on the Eagle 'Shelton‘made a battle out of. it for the first half, allowing the‘ home club ,to score but once for a '6‘ to 0 edge at the‘rest period,‘ but .the Eagles ran wild -in'.the:l itaken important leads in the Se-y! attle Civic Opera, on numerous, occasions“, She will give two! groups of songs, one preceding, Mrs. Hoffman’s travelogue and‘ one follOWing it. Mrs. Beeler will be accompanied by Mrs. Charles; Lewis. The affair is given for a favor-} ite project of the P.E.O's. their‘ local educational fund. For reser-. vations call 151 or 32 . ! W.B.A. VVill Hold District Meeting Here The VV.B.A. Will hold their dis—! trict meeting here this Thursday,i October 23 at 7:30 in the Odd> Fellows Hall. Delegates will be! present from Tacoma, Elma, Mon-i tesano and Port Angeles. Mrs. , [Katherine Bowen, district deputy, and Mrs: Orle Gonter, president! of the Southwest district will featured guests. Na i Need i Kind 7 Work ‘? 1 Want éW‘nat type education course do you want? .............................................. .. Dairymen Snare Commercial Pin Lead Brice More, COMMERCIAL LEAGUE . ‘L. Pct. ‘ Initiation will be I 4‘13 Dairy -------------------- ~10 :667 held and refreshments served. 1 Texaco Sen/ice ---------- -» ‘9, ~ 6 £00 I I _ {Marshall Insurance 7 .533 Queen Esther Girls i Mac’s Corner .............. ,. ,3 12 .200 iFrank Willard is chairman of the " survey. ‘ Davidson, as. 7m: SHEPHERIJ SPECIAL MILLAGES Belfair residents approved with. closing-"two ,eantos. ' . . i The “Highclimbers, tackle Brem—l erton’ this Friday afternoon at, 49' 6201704: fibril/came .7 Thursday 20¢ Nite DOUBLE FEATURE .mmu—‘u-VI—AQ— mm; "M mm Plus ‘THE DEADLY GAME’ 7 Friday- Saturday; “Wilsulno'rouf ‘MELODR‘AM with FRANK MORGAN , Au. RUYHRRFORD -. Kohl IAN-0n. ‘ ! ioverwhelming majorities :special school levies at a special g election last Thursday. The 15-min levy which was i asked to raise funds to match fed- icral and state monies for a new ischool building was passed by a l 172 to 34 margin, while a special five-mill levy for general school maintenance purposes was proved by 163 to 41. . The 15-min levy will raise ap- proximately $3900 as the district‘s part in a fund rounded out by $6,100 in state money and $40,-; 000 in federal aid to assist dis-l tricts crowded because of defense] activities, as the Belfair district is. GIRL BORN SATURDAY Mr. and Mrs. Fleming Byars of Shelton became parents of a baby daughter born Saturday at Shelton Hospital. . HOSPITAL PATIENT Ray Killmer, Simpson Logging company. employe, was admitted to Shelton Hospital Saturday for ' medical treatment. _. tWO' .the 13 to 12 victory the ap- i 2:30 o'cl ck Loo F'eld 'in..a . . . 0 on p x iby their president, Gertrude 'Wha-v return game, hoping to reverse. Wild- cats Won on their home field two,- weeks ago. JUNIOR HIGH LOSES, 7-0. 0N WET FIELD Their lack of weight handicap- ped even further by a field anklea deep in mud, Shelton junior high‘ nevertheless gave Hoquiam’s beefyi junior high club all the battle it, wanted before losing a 7 to 10 decision on Loop Field Saturday afternoon. The visitors took advantage of recovery of a Shelton fumble onI the Shelton 25 yard line to score their lone touchdown in the second quarter, else the game undoubted—l ly would have wound up in a score- less draw. p Neither team was able to make any headway on offense due tol the heavy going and the defensive play of the light Shelton club against their much heavier 0p- ponents drew praise from Coach Frank Willard. ,Shelton played without the services of two of its best backfield regulars, disciplin- ed for skipping school to go hunt- ing a few days before the game. liff Wivell’s CERTIFIED Representative in Mason County for PRODUCTS COMPANY TECXAOO SERVICE Shelton meets Chehalis junior high at Loop Field next Saturday morning at ten o’clock in its last [home game of the season. GUESTS AT GILMORES ,. Mr. and Mrs. George Gilmore en- tertained Mrs. Gilmore’s mother, Mrs. Ethel Young, of Seattle over the past weekend and today Mr. Gilmore's brother, Howard, also .of Seattle, came down to enjoy [a day of fishing in Shelton Bay. 1 Misery o . High Scores 3 GameHGus Skerbini 229. . Totalfi—Eddie Cammarano 507. ,‘ Matches Thursday ' 4-E Dairy vs. Texaco, “Hold, Regular Meet '.ThelQueen Esther Girls meet— ing was called to order this weekl ley and the minutes were read. A candle lighting service was led; MaI'Shall'S VS- Mac's- by the devotional leader, Edna i, Leaping at the opportunity when Whaley with Frances Fentiman f Texaco stumbled, 4-E Dairy resur- assisting. i rected its Commercial bowling Mildred Carter was elected cor—i league advantage Thursday eve- responding secretary and Frances ; ning with an odd-game victory Fentiman was elected programiovci' tailend Mac's Corner and chairman. A song was sung, ! would have made it a clean sweep then Mrs. Clive Troy read theibut for the Cornerite’s oneapin group a story. Iedge in the final game of the I ~— ! h. Shelton VVoman’s Club . i mate Gus Skerbini and Virdon Sav- Holds Mondav Meeting . . V t 3 ‘ age paced the milkmen to Wide The Shelton Woman 5 Club met edge in total pins over Mac’s, on Monday afternoon at the home , the dair ~ . V _ , ymen copping the first of Mrs. Homei Taylor ‘VVlth SlX- ' match by over 200 pins and the teen member§ attendmg‘n The second by a comfortable margin. program wast. 1“ Charge 0L MTS- , Mac‘s lost the decision despite the RObeTL Treanmann- She “135,39 l fact that Anchorman Eddie Cam- SlSted by th? f°11QW1ng "ad‘esiimarano topped the circuit in in- MI‘S- Egbert? Developmen}, dividual totals for the evening. of Christian Rgllgion. in Europe. I Marshall.s Insurance quintet The mater‘al tQI thls to?” Wfisimoved to within two games of taken from “Thai Chumh 1" H15“ the league lead by edging Wi- toryn by Arthur‘ib‘egleri a bOOk vell’s Texaco Firechiefs in the sent to Mrs. Roberts by a former Odd am b h- d Sh rt GD 11. member of the club. Mrs. Roberthfin appfin; "Brim szogng: e s Brumblay. Mrs. Charlesflunacpesiyrexaco 1 had as her topic, “Religious‘Tol-g Handiéng 153! erance." Mrs. Homer Taylorii're-w Sanderson u . ., q. 1' _.i Viewed The Rise of, .ongt‘ftu ,pn WVGE M11161. Marshall’s (2) Handicap 246 467 ‘5 Dotson 353! VanBeek 362 al Government,” and; rg. refip‘ 1, 0 ) I. 380, k mann told of tile,l§€§ia%ssance a‘n‘diigugie mall] 405i¥$g$3n Modern European istory. ‘iimrier 49910061 506 All members were urged to at- l 7 7‘ F90 , tend the District Federation meet- ! 3:55:23? fljszgig’g; ing on W'ednes ‘y of this week! Handica - . , p 300! Handicap 279 the home of? Mrs. Runacres. Atngvoghmgton :wlBednarSki 400 that time each member will bring C' Sava§e ggiDummy 375 a h' nk for her “M sterv Sis- avabe 361Peterson 432 .a, y y ,Fourre 45810ammarano 507 ter" and said sisters will be re-i vealed before new ones are drawn for the ensuing year. Bordeaux P.-T. A. Will Sponsor Skating Party 970 914 743 2627‘f760 884 744 2388‘ Kam—ilche First lBids Called On New ;: Tractor For County’ ing them to The Journal. MrE. Age? .............. Hi ‘Plans for further education? ......................................................................... .. Tuberculosis Films Available To GroupS‘ Equipped with a fine new pro- jector and having several brand new films available, Mrs. Vernon. executive secretary of the 3 Mason County Tuberculosis i League; is [prepared "to entertain clubs andiorganizatwns with pro- grams up to a half hour in length now. She invites 'clubs and organ— izations desiring to have the films shown them tocontact her for dates. Mrs. Davidson also announced appointment of two new mem- bers of the annual Christmas seal sale committee for 1941, Mrs. A. S. Read at Hoodsport and Miss Eloise Flagg at Union. . i Two resolutions concerning county road affairs were the only business items of any importance occupying the attention of the‘ county commissioners at yester- day’s weekly session. One set November 17 at two o’clock in the commissioners’ room as the time and place for opening, 1 bids on a new full diesel tractor‘ of 35 drawbar horsepower, the other permits sale of 19.08 tons of MC-2 road oil left over from the past summer‘s road oiling; project to J. F. Forbes, the 'con-i tractor who did the work, at av _. figure of $241.56, to be credited to the county’s account with} Forbes. ' 432 Kiwanians Witness ‘» "ii: 2 Navy Films Tetlay: —~———— 1 The feature of today’s Kiwanis} dinner was the running of two; school films showing the life and! activities ,on the Navy’s battle-Z. ships and the training which fits that important protective arm for; real action. Friday, a delegationi visited Aberdeen in an interciub“ meeting at which James Neal of; Olympia gave an entertaining: talk on the self reliance of the, pioneers as contrasted with pres-g ent day reliance on governmenti for daily needs. Walt Elliott! Walt Eckert, Bruce,Wilcox, Andy, item at Shelton Hospital Saturday. ' ling and heating equipment TOT UNDER TREATMENT 5‘ Jackie Johnson, 6, son of Mrsfl. Dick Valley, was admitted to‘ Shelton Hospital Sunday for medi— ‘ cal care. t ! SURGERY PERFORMED Peter Holthusen, Shelton, un-i derwent minor surgery treatment: at Shelton Hospital yesterday. 1‘ HIP, LIP INJURED ‘ W. D. Coburn, employe of the Wire Electric Company of Ta-i coma, was treated at Shelton Hos— ! pital today for injuries to a hip‘ and his lips in a fall from a step LOGGER TREATED William Bergeson of Camp 33 was treated at Shelton Hospital! yesterday for a saw cut injury. SON ARRIVES SATURDAY A baby boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. Harry Dar-rah of Sth-i, ADMINISTRATRIX NAMED Mrs. Ada E. Bassett was ap-'. pointed administratrix to serve under $100 bond for the estate of! the late Carl Hays Bennett in} i2 a superior court order signed Sat— 3 urday by Judge D. F. Wright. full 7,4,7, ______ , quur Value of domestic electric cook— ' v? and . other household electric appliances [ annually manufactured in the U. : is more than $112,000,000, ac— cording to reports to the Census! Bureau of 138'manufacturers. il ininisrolm msx Nelson (:(HIIH‘. ( 30NCERNIN i i‘: Furnitui‘ ! ay 0 There is NO Luxury or Excise ,' RGAIT ,, .VNITE tax on furniture. You can pay as little as down on furniture, still 11 our Liberal Terms on halan Government rogulatious NOT affect terms on m}; draperies, c o o k ing utensi bedding and used furnitul' There is no change in 0i. Liberal Terms policy. I! 70 Relieve ! On Saturday, November 25, thel l Bordeaux P.-T.‘ A. is sponsoring a- Aid Class Opens Anderson, Sid Hatcher and G. C.: High Grade Fuel and Deisel Oils ‘ROMPT SERVICE lst and Franklin Phone 397 World: Tele'phouesjangh‘ng . . . radios blaring. . . auto horns honking . . . airplanes roaring. ' In big city or small town, peace is hard to find . . . andprecious. c o O ...——— 3709‘“- deliciousbrew doesumOrepthan delight your imam; Its mellow, kindly nature helps to refresh'awéary'body, helps to comfort tangled nerves, helps to restore fps . “0010. TABLETS. SALVE . NOSE DROPS ,tickets, but they may also skating party at the Mt. View Roller Rink, from 7:30 to 10:30. There will be advance sale If e obtained at the door. Mrs. L. A- Waiton may be called at 206-W for tickets and information. T 8 public is invited to attend, as 130 h parents and children can enjoy the event, Proceeds from the af— ‘, fair wurgo to the hot lunch fund. f Royal Neighbors Call v Special Meeting Here ' A-sp‘ecial"meeting for the morn- bers of the Royal Neighbors W111 r-ibe held'Thursday at the Mountain View home of Mrs. Alice Olsen. -The'group will dress their Christ- Kamilche, Oct. 20.—-The First Aid’ training course at the grange hall ‘Will be held twice a week on Monday and Wednesday evenings , from 7:30 to 9:30 p. m. Anyone interested is invited to join. , Mrs. Lloyd Clark was honored [with agift shower Thursday at gthe Grange Hall. There , 1 large crowd. Luncheon, was serv- ied at noon., After ,Mrs. had Opened the many. lovely Pr‘ésr games. , i Mrs. Margaret ' Cdthar’y 1 guests last' week, their nephew wa‘s‘v'ai Angle made up the party. : SURGERY PATIENT I George Hopkins of Shelton un- derwent surgery treatment at Shelton Hospital Sunday. , TREATED AT HOSPITAL Emmett Laney, Simpson Log- ging company employe, was ad- Ciark: . i entS, the b'alanCe of thé'aftern‘do‘n, iwas spent in funny ‘contests and,‘ . ain‘dw Mrs. Blossom Carico had as house-‘1 and Wife, Dr. and Mrs. Edward 1 It =2 YES! It’s a busy, dizzy werld in which we live! And every man and woman in it needs now and then to [get away from it all. Needs tofsit down quietly and shut out the din and noise for a peaceful hour or so. , " In your needed hours of relaxation, beer can play a pleasant part. For this request. Address United Brewers Industri a drooping Spirit. _, M’ade from Nature’s Because beer is a beverage of moderation and so great a national favorite, it deserves to have he good name guarded well. We who brew America’s beer are cooperating to prevent abuses wherever they may occur in the retailing of boot and ale. You can help with understanding and support of the brewer‘s’ "clean-up or close-up” program . . . dcecribe‘d‘in a booklet sent free on all Foundation, 19 East 40th Street New York, N. Y. and flavored with plump, ripe, fragrant hops, beer is ‘a mild wholesome brew. In , fact, from earliest times, men have called beer and ale the “beverage of moderation.” Make them part of your own plan of balanced, tolerant, temper- ate living. ! ! I I i ! choicest grains IMr. Leisler will also give a ito the members on their Plan i fence Munson, Mrs. Jesse Barrett, standing artist. mas don' ~__g ,ISVIChaPpiiir of San Francisco, and I". an Mrs. Emil Nelson and VISlt In Seattle Reverend and Mrs. Bovee spent sorfioofconrad, Montana. Thursday and Friday with Dr. . Brrls Rau spent the weekend and Mrs. J. F. Watson at Cottage m Mgemelfrm l’ESItlng Roy Dawes. l Lake. Thursday they attended the mum‘s-c 1911 'Browers of Duns— religious pageant of the Holy nmsiMaif, is ViSlting hei par. Land shown by the Seattle Times. a; fevw géénd Mrs. Ed Petty for Redt Cross Cadteen :‘f‘ Uni Very Interesting ' Rebekal k . One of the most valuable gn- Win Mée:0%:ldlgr:ay . , e_, .. p figucégigucgé‘essesnggr flaggersth e ; miltieatRflbekah Soc1al Club Will sponsorship of the American Red Wednesdaye gcdtiblgfnzozwil 133111 Cross is the Canteen Corps under p'm. ’ n v- the instruction of Margaret Rea- . gan each Tuesday evening at the Mrs. Lantz Wiss ‘ Junior High school at 7:30 p. 111- Entertains Club , ‘ . p. 'All local ladies are invited to at- A 1:30 dessert luncheon ga_ tend. the. clas'Ses which are repol‘t- thered the Double H ' Club mem- ed very interesting and of the ut- bers at the home of Mrs. Lantz most value. , W1:fo last ,Thursday. Hallowe’en , , m0 1 s and favors were used. Mrs. calma'tm'? 01“" Mi“? lEd Lewis and Mrs. w. M. Dickie Waitresses “oil. of pen is; at two of! ‘gree of Honor met last Thursdayi guesgt of 1 Erank tYivorde?’ with Mrs. Oscar Mell for a busi- loping goose. c u W0“ 9 ga ‘ hess meeting and afternoon 0f sewing for the Red Cross. Plans American Legion Invites were made for the district meet- Public To View pichuies . in? Of the. Degree 0f HOHOEV “’th: AAt .the regular meeting ‘of the Will be held here October 28. merican Leglon and Auxiliary Tuegday evening at the Memorial" i Hall a naval recruiting officer will Hill, Mrs. Jesse Barrett, Ml‘s- V"; be present to show a moving pic- Morgan, Mrs. Joyace Remmy, Mrsl ture 0n navy life, and talk. The Charles Mitchell and the hOStQSSv‘ Wet-“res Will be shown about 9 Mrs. Mell. iOCIOFkand the general public is ‘ icordlauy invited to attend. Shelton Garden 0111 i .. , ‘ Slates Monday Meeting ,MI'S. Georg-g Cooper, Jr_ Will , Entertains Bridge Club The Shelton Garden Club hold their regular meeting 0‘11 MFS- George Cooper, Jr” enter- Monday, October 27, in the Mem' ; tamed her bridge club Thursday orial Hall at 2 pm. Fredrick evening at her home. Honors at; Leisler,.of Port Angeles and Se' , the’two tables of bridge Went to attle, a well-known landscape art‘ , Mrs- Glen Edgely. Mrs. Carl Hell- ist, will be the featured speak“: . manv and Mrs. Roy Getty. Mem- dVice ; bers attending were Mrs. Law- 1:30 dessert luncheon was served to Mrs. Eugene Warner. Mrs. JOC‘ **>+>t*>t>tlr*>t>t*>tlt>tlt berg , Mrs. Charles Borst‘, Mrs. Hellman. out-:Mrs. Edgely, Mrs. Getty, Mrs. E- J. Smith and the hostess. ings. It is expected all mom will be present to hear this "mitted to Shelton Hospital yes- terday for medical care. §\\‘ \\\ 'S. aerodynamic design, The engine efficiency! the demand of the times! HERE’S m: pLAgE 407 s. First A THUNDERBOLT for beauty . . . frankly patterned after Chrysler’s masterpiece of derbolt—“The Car of the Future!” More powerful . . . a new Spitfire en- gine! More efficient . . . extensive use of Amola steel, Oilite metals and Chrysler’s wear-resisting Superfinish! “Built for the Duration” . . . Chrysler’s peak of This new engine with Chrysler’s super- latively successful Fluid Drive and Vaca- matic transmission now gets more power per gallon . . . fuel conservation to meet Now Try Fluid Driving Don’t wonder about this greatest of all ’V/r': ,4 fivflpacaézf ’ Olsen Furniture . . . . o i) “F'mc Fur‘hzi'L-zrc for the HOWE .w'v. \\\. \\\§\\\\\\\\\\\‘ / ////‘ Z/ 5// 7/’/z////// /' l.PEAR30N, Phone“ 132 I U ... w a V! a . Chryslers! Come ill—see it—driVe_ the most exciting car We have feted. We will”. you. to drive it! you’ll talk about it! Because We " yOu’ll say—It’s a thunderbolt! Chrysler Thun-