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October 28, 1941     Shelton Mason County Journal
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Page Two Wines Potent After All; Take 3 From Leaders, BOWLING LEAGUE , WOMEN’S I I BREAKS, Dunn ; SHELTON nun W'. L. Pct.z g:;gg,(‘:€:::l:l_sj """"" g l Wildcats Make Both Touchdowns Forrest Gardens .1: 9- 9 2500 0“ ‘Bl’eaks’i flighdfmb" ' Werberger W’lnes ...... ._ 6 12 .337 DBfense Shows “ 8“ High Scores ' Home rKay Allen 203. Total» Pauline Staley 509. (m the theory that it’s better_ a pink-phizzed lam~ than never, sports editor whose memory slip- ped a cog last week dutifully rem: (is last bowling results, sum: a headline week’s of the schedule put together. The winery girls, on top ers behind the pin. toppling of Verda McConkey, Marie Kubik and Freda Fredson. ’l‘hat SHI'Ved to tighten the race mightin for second place Quality Cleaners managed a 2-1 victoryl ovr-r Forrest Gardens with Kay Allen in the saddle. Forrest (l) ‘Qual. Clean. (2) Handicap 279‘ Handicap Fm. Fredsun 456‘H. Ferrier M. Brewster 381fL. Stephens M. Gerhardt 337M. S'th’rl'nd M. Durand 375lM. Sparks P. Staley 509K. Allen 461 401 385 333 Mason Clea-n (0){ W'erberger’s (3) - Handicap 147, E. Smith 4073Fre Fredson 497 D. LaBarr 437iM. Kubik M. Mifl‘lin 438lF. Cormier E. Robinson 3 Pauley I. Dodds ‘ 73-1 728 RAYONIER WORKER ILL Elmer Systma. ‘ tention. NOTICE Anyone wishing to hire a Union Carpenter, please call JIM RUCH. 409-*W, Business Agent for Car- penters Union. pnnmoun THEATRE Shelton, Wash. Tonite and Wednes. TWO FEATURES: ( ' Pammouni pltmh ' Ir ,y m _‘ in MEBIIE-w MART MARTIN (Bin Ilwy 'ulwoys com. Edd! for min] can an; 3.1mm .- A Prens‘uc PICTURE feminine : eSpecialIy when happening as‘ Werberger Wine wins three games in :1, single evening of play, asi many as they'd won all the rest of everything else, fizzed up against thi- league leading Mason Clean-; 285 ’ 475 a 720815 802 23375733 803 804 2340 Handicap 405 449 gggzthe count to 7—6 on an 85-yard. 444§V. Ill’Cohkey 502 783 22451736 772 848 2356 Raylonier- em- ploye, was admitted to Shelton hospital Monday for medical at- .. 1755!!!! l ' ,anvs. sunning,“ l Those old bugaboos of sport, ‘the breaks, accounted for both Bremerton touchdowns and the 14 to 6 victory the visiting Wild— cats hung up over the Shelton II—Iighclimbers on Loop Field Fri- day afternoon. Break No. 1 came late in the first quarter when Bob Puhn, badly rushed by punted almost straight up in the air, the ball going only three yards beyond the line of scrim— mage and then striking a Brem-. 'erton lineman before it hit the ground. Shelton recovered the ball but none of the officials saw ,the sphere strike the Bremerton iplayer so ruled it a downed punt and gave the leather to Brem- ‘ erton on the Wildcat 46 yard line. From there Bremerton ham- mered to a touchdown in six plays. Morrison passed to B0- berg for 19 yards after a couple of running plays failed to func— tion, then shifty-hipped Lindsay lseampered 20 yards for a first down on the 15, Fullback Les Kirk picked up five and Lindsay took a reverse from Kirk and went around left end for the last ten. Lindsay kicked the extra point. Page Runs 85 Yards Break No. came 'in the fourth quarter, after Shelton had pulled punt return by Jack Page in’ the third quarter. On a fourth down punt Center Sam 'Wilson passed, the ball badly to Puhn,'who was forced to try to run but was nailed for a three yard loss on Shelton’s 17. _Stangler romped {around right end mi 3. reverse from Kirk on the first play for a touchdown. Oddly, exactly the same 'play manipulated by ex- actly the same players worked .for exactly the same yardage on the try-for-point, after Bremer- ton had been penalized 15 yards which had also been successful on a placement by Lindsay. , After taking the opening kick- off to Bremerton’s 37 yard line lthe Highclimbers bogged down 'and shoWed little enthusiasm for the game the rest of the first half, but played with more ener- gy in the second reek Page’s 85-yard gallop was eas? ily the outstanding play of the game. He caught Lindsay’s punt near .the south sideline and ran slightly back toward his own goal line as he cut far to the left Lo avoid Wildcat tacklers. He appeared to be 'na‘iled‘ a couple of times before finally outrunning Ithe whole, Bremerton team and breaking into the «cleapfipn. about the 'Shelton‘ 40,“ after whom no one came close to laying a hand on him. ' .m ’, “ Stave or: Threats The Highclimbers put'up sev- eral staunch goal line stands in the fourth quarter after Bremer- ton’s second, Score, as, they gain- bled with passes in their own ter< ritory. Two interceptions gave .the Wildcats good scoring chan- ces but ‘they couldn’t cash: in against’the Highchmber defense. Kirk’s defensive player Brem- ertdn and Earl Lumsden’s for Shelton was outstanding with Lindsay and Stangler carrying the offensive burden for the visitors. The ‘Hig‘hci‘imbers meet Monte- sano on Loop Field next, Satur— day. , , , Bremerton (14) P05. Shelton (6) Kean ............ ..REL ........ Lumsden .Bayer .. .. . Daugherty . . Adams Jarvis Friday - Saturday Pattno s. Wilson _. w“ Shiffrin .. . ,Ea’ger . ‘ 'U’x Jack. ...L’TR ........ .. ..Nelson . 4:... Boberg ..LER.. VanOverbeke . ' .’ 1 Morrison .. Q ...... .. ’Woolsey " v - ' 2,? Lindsay ... .LHR :. Pearce . . r ,. r 1 Larson . ...RHL. Page 0 " " - . , Kirk v .............. .."F 2: .............. .. Puhn' " ,. Scoring V , ., ‘1‘ Bremrton ....0 ’7 0 7—14 'She‘ltml -0 0. . 6'. 0- 6 25 to one... a '_.yall6n?_ V g . , , . 1 . Yes—majwhii:namm new “Million Dollar Beauty" ’delivéu at highway speed. And V 51'- in the lowest-price'fieldl 0U CAN have your cake and eat it, too, when you drive a new Nadh- With all this amazing economy, you enjoy the roomiest and most luxurious car ever built for the lowest-price field! You can have real Nash “Conditioned Air” for winter . . . and coil ‘S‘edan’ Sleeper” Bod. . .world’s easiest steering. Get on the “savings side" in' a new ‘kind of carE-drive a Nash today! ‘ IMPORTANT! You can Still boy'- ANésfl‘lbz on’ly one-third W, .b'ql- s—wevmrmet M! am” 1.11118 :mo .1. . . may cover or In "ply. atlulftzado- in valug, Magi the _down payment. MAS“!!! Three Sirie’s‘ of Firm Mole: Cm. human-N ens the Wildcat line, their own rather foriholding' on- the first attemptfland . . _ and while lots of home fru1t has been left to rot, for lack of home markets, the imported fruit isl lL.M.- {AliniVerSary I l l l “ Wednesday night. SHELTONTTASON COUNiilOUiTll Published every Tuesday and Thursday afternoon Member of Washington Newspaper Publishers' Association and National Editorial Association. Entered as second-claSs. matter at the postoi‘l’ic'e at Shelton, Washington Subscription Rates: 31' MAIL: In Mason County (outside of Shelton city mail carrier districts) $2 per year; 6 months, $1.25; 3 months, 75¢. Foreign $3.50 per year. Poscal I regulations 1’0er residents of Shelton served by city mail carrier from receiving their Journal by mail. . BY JOURNAL CAREER: in Shelton, 25¢ per month (collected by carrier) or $2.50 per year in advance. , J. EBER ANGLE Manager GRANT C. ANGLE Editor WHEN OUR SINS ,COME HOME TO ROOST The welders who are fighting for a union of than pay tribute to the metal trades in the AFL have carried out.their threat to stop work in the shipyards in Seattle and Ta— = coma and plan to paralyze the big Boeing plant with its twenty thousand workers. This is just another inter-union contest in, which the employers or the government have no' interest or voice, and apparently a fight to con-! trol the spoils taken from labor; and similar la—. bor troubles are hampering shipbuilding and other defense work all over the land. Proud America has come to a pretty pass, indeed, when the President must on bended kneeI appeal to the patriotism of the great labor lead- ers to go to work building ships and digging 003.13 for steel, at the highest wages in history; and stillhave his appeals scorned by the bosses. , Itogoes without Saying that the great mass of organized laboris patriotic Americans, anX-x ious‘to work to Support their, own boys who are drafted [in war'rand must soon go overseas; and SHELTON-MASON COUNTY JOURNAL ciifiisuhs 8 Their triple wash chalk-marks of foam on the ocean’s surfa suddenly at right angles to a line of battle‘ships during fleet maneuvers in the Pacific. Navy Day, October 27, was a day of tribute to the men and the ships which comprise America's first line of defense on the high seas. Tim KNlll null, i‘iacigpishaps 0N J. A. Schlange, 57,‘ of "Belfair, ‘was treated 'at a Bremerton hos— = pital for cut lips and chest in- juries when his car- was struck , m, near Belfair Friday evening by, mugs- lanother driven by a Bremertonl Mason Laundry Drops To Fourth I Woman identified only by ' the- it’is upon their heads that the results of sitting down and sabotage will come when the sins Of thlsday comexhome to roost. EVERYBODY SHOULD EAT APPLES With all the old world markets gone the ap- ple growers of the Eastside stand to lose much‘ gain little from their, fruit crops this season, in the markets and offered at low prices, so ev- erybody should eat apples. ' As if to add to the troubles of the appleman on top. of hlgh wages for those who pick the fruit after 1t has been fought through the season ,of several broods of codling moth, the pickers are now striking for something or other, and promise to close the packing plants and leave the apples‘ Ito rot; so everybody loses. What’s the use. YOUNG AMERICA HAS ITS DAY The pet parade of the kiddies Saturday morning created something of a diversion toan otherw1se ordinary day, brought out about every gbody to see the creations and hobbies, and gave [the youngsters and their pets their hour on the _| streets, headed by the juvenile school band.~ “ l Altogether it was very worth while to the youngsters, their mothers and to everybody else who got a good laugh out of some of the features, lwhile some of them gained some small prizes for ‘ thelr effort from Gus Graf who put on the show as a prelude to the “Popeye” feature of the Para- mount. Because a pet show interests Young Ameri- ca who receive very little public attention through the year and is left largely to its own dev1ces for harmless pleasures, it is suggested (that the pet parade be made a regular feature , and merchantsjoin‘ in making it larger and better ‘with the passing years. Filing For 14th Land Sale Taken To NOV. 15 Applications for the 14th in the series of tax—title county- owned land will be accepted up to noon November 15, the board of county commissioners decided at their weekly meeting yester— day. No date for the sale was ,set, however. A maximum speed limit of 20 miles per hour was set on the county road crossing the Penin— sular Railway tracks near Mat- lock in another action taken by the board yesterday, due to the danger of the crossing at that point. . v a .Withja‘ large number of people attending. the sale, the Lumber— m'en’s_ Mércantile Co. Anniversary Sale “enjoyed a successful week— end, aCcording to Mark Pickens, advertising manager of the store. ‘Twelve baskets of groceries wgre given away during the i‘event. 'Those receiving the gifts 1 were: Earl Cleveland, Clyde Wells, V. A. ‘Sa-therwaite, Roy Meek, L0- , hen Bell, ers.,S. c. Wyatt, K. Olafson, H. W. Skelsey, Sr., Earl 1Fitchett, Lydia Towers, Ed Wha- ey. , l-One basket receipient was iden- l tified only by the number 12,751. Anyone having that number is asked to contact the store. ‘; Orchestra Leader V‘Known Here Passes Planning Council Meets Wednesday Notices of,—the resumption of monthly meetings of the Mason to be held Wednesday of this ,weck at noon- in the Shelton Ho- .tel, have been mailed to all coun- cil members ,by County Agent Clinton Okerstrom, council sec- .retary. : r of a dance orchestra which plays. . An outline of a. program for the ed at the Blue Ox for» several. seasons, in his Tacoma home last 'Death‘ from a heat attack claimed Ralph W. (Happy) Harri- son, 46, known to Shelton and Mason County dancers .as leader l i business of tomorrow’s resumption I I ‘ session, the notice stated. He Was well'known in the Pu- “m' get Sound area for his connec- SQN FOR STETSONS I tions with World War veterans __ organizations and as a musician. Lieut. and Mrs. Loring Stetson ’ of Paine Field, U. S. Army avi— ation center near Everett, became parents of a baby son named Craig Loring at Everett Friday, Blackberries sun At It In Mason County Despite a. none-too-favorable fall, ,wild blackberries are still prduclng ripe 'berries in Mason County. Several reports of this ’overtime work by the wild vines have reached ,The Journal in the past few days, and yesterday Rudy ceived by friends here today. Lieut. Stetson is a Shelton high graduate and the son of Mr. and l BILLY PARKER PATIENT i i ,That put the toggery lads in County Planning Council, the first‘ year is scheduled to be the main‘ according to announcements re“ Mrs. L. F. Stetson of Hood Canal. I After Crushing Defeat, 3 . «name of Ricketts on Schlange’s‘ Take, (nu-j? Ian-5t 1ireport to the sheriff’s office. ') Schlangc‘ said vision was ob- : soured by fog. Damage was list- CITY BOWLING LEAGUE High Scbres medium damages. Game—Shorty Aronson 236. Total—Mark Fredson 608. 1 Matches Friday ton, reported his car was struck 7 p. m,_Mason Laundry vs. I operated by Billy Ball of Seattle; Associated Wilson's Cafe vsonear the Goldsborough bridge or: Munro's, First Street Saturday noon when, 9 p_ m._L. M_ VS. Lucky Lager, . Grimes had to stop suddenly for, Daviscourt Bakery vs. Pastime. See what one little lapse will; Y , .. K‘d do! Last week Mason Laundry ho mlunes ms“ t ‘ , led the league bowling packy Elmer IHOSkll’lS Of Kamilche TO- this week the suds are down inl POTtE‘d h”; CE“ was $13qu by Olie fourth place, an because 'Of a! driven by W. W. Hullrich, Route I . lase of in- unishin which al-I 1’ When the former .made. a left log/ed Muiro’g Store gfor Men to5 tum Off the Olympic h’ghway four miles south of Shelton Sat— off With a white wash Vic— urday- Damage was not listed_ '2. triple tie fer first place, Lum- 'T\V01‘IOTORISTS FINED bermen’s Mercantile and Holt’s Associated Service also accom- plishing clean sweep triumphs to; mount the rostrum with the haberdashers. sulted in a $25 fine. plus court! costs. and a 30-day ed the bESt team Score. 0f the Armstrong of Shelton Saturday. evemng the beverage bables Snar' . Armstrong was arrested by Aden: (ed only the odd game from a ,- + .-_. Daviscourt Bakery five which gérfiaanmgégygggié iogéno‘zigfu contested things stoutly all the distance. thanks to Mark Fred- tom M . the evening. Joe Forrest set a 603 pace to J lead Munro’s on the upward pull while Bab Stewart hit a 602 fig- ; ure to steer the L. M. on its as—' Cent. Associated got by on bowl- ing which would have lost a cou- ,ple of games to any other op- ponent Friday night, but VVilson’s Cafe was just a little bit worse. The scoring: Daviscourt‘s (l) lLucky Lager (2) ‘ Handicap 126‘. Handicap 87 W. Sn’lgrove 477z Aronson 529 I Bayley 560‘, Peterson 5 1 S. Fredson 495lMerrick 581 IB. Roberts 462!Sc0tt 466 ,M. Fredson 608,P. ‘Fredso'n '569 I 893 948 887 2728,923 890 1000 2813 [ \Vilson’s (0) Associated (3) I“ , Handicap 255! Handicap , 282 -‘ ' I Tucker 488lReader ' V. 417“ l Dittman 541x, N_oblett 427 i" ,L. Westlund 501! Price , 474! ,Miller 355,1—Iolt ' 484 1 N. Westlund 393lDaniels .537; i869 821 843 2533 881 827 913 262-1; iMunro’s (3) ,Mason Edy. (0) l , Handicap 114 Handicap 53 ; l Robinson 491lW. Woods 467 ‘ 1Skclsey 471,1. H. Woods 546} Smith 5821H. Young 413; ; Forrest .603 Dummy 462 ' Durand 475 Ferrier 512 £861 938 937 2736 785 774 894 2453 :L. M. (.3) ; Pastime (0): , . , Handicap 180 Handicap 216; ' l Stewart 602 P. Roberts 459‘, ("WWW “95 : Mackey 573i Friend 509 ‘ NATION“ WEN“ 7' Wingard 360 Fourre 483 . ‘ Elliott, Sr. 515 Staley 486 , Carlson 551‘Allen 569 i 868 993 920 2781,8145 976 901 2722‘ . I Matlock Townsend ., Club Meets Friday, iv . i / MAKING AIRPLANE ENGINES Matlock, October 27~—Matlock! Townsend Club will hold a regu-r lar meeting this Friday eveningi in the Mary M. Knight school‘g starting at eight. o’clock. Mr.’ Vaughn will. be the speaker. A grocery party will be the nov— . elty feature of the evening’s pro- gram, reports Mrs.lR. Crowell. ' used ful, , TWO NURSES TREATED , | 'Two Shelton hospital nurses, Ro- l sic Post and Helen McGee, werei under medical treatment at thel hospital today. \ 1. APPRAISERS APPOINTED Judge John M. Wilson named J. E. Martin, F. C. Willey and Frank .Heuston as appraisers of ,the estate of the late Chris C.i i Baldwin in a superior court order I signed Saturday. AND HOW MANETNERABTMTY AT SEA o w, L, ponicd by Schlange at $2530 to each Mum-0’s ........................ __11 7 .311' car. Hows Associated ____ __1] 7 .611 Melvin Olney, 25. of Shelton, re- 1 ,. L. M. __________________________ “11 7 .611 ported his car overturned down the <- Mason Laundry 9 9 .500 i Pui‘dy Canyon embankment on the Lucky Lager .............. __ 9 9 .500} Olympic highway Saturday night Daviscmu-t Bakery 8 10 _444 when he got too far out onto the, Pastime 7 11 .379 soft shoulder, but he escaped in— , Wilson’s Cafe ____________ __ 6 12 ,333‘gjury and his car suffered only; 5;: . James Grimes, Route 1, Shep! from the rear by a bread truck , 1'; a car which had stopped in front , 3-, of him. Damage was not listed.‘ ,ON TRAFFIC CHARGES .2: Reckless driving charges sworn i out by State Patrolman Cliff Aden l 1,: before Justice W. A. Magoon re- ‘ f: . suspension of I Although LuCk-V Lager Compll' F his driver’s license for Prestoni ‘_ i H l .; a l, car driven by Don Gillum of Shel- son’s individual topping score for r. ‘ Today, more than ever before, CHEVROLET ECONOMY ‘ is Personal Advantage and a National Asset When you realize that The Finest Chevrolet of All Time brings you trim Body by Fisher of the same type and size “Victory” Engine and Unitized Knee- Action Glider Ride . . . along with its low priée and low operating'posts‘L j“ —then you know eXactly what “we mean when we'say that, under today’s conditions, Chevrolet economy is both a personal advantage and a national asset. . ‘ IT PAYS TO BUY THE [EADER Tuesday, October 28’: .-.__, ___._....r..4.4-r 1 Former Residents Summoned at ‘ i Funeral services WC”. 1 Scuttle Friday for M13 ,May Grout, former Sh ident. who died at her: ; Edmonds on October" 21' i moved to Edmonds fro g approximately six mont Mowing the death of her; 'Edwin E. Grout, WhO.‘ i about two years ago. " hrcc brothers and... ters, all living in M1 cept one of the bro, . lives in Seattle? suer ,Scout Review 1 i \ Scheduled .Boy Scouts in Ma troops will get thci ’ Limit}; of the new ' 3, advancements at 2‘ this Thur . I JM View and ti 4.0 o'clock in tin I ' her company offices. lttomevc i The court of hon er r - 0n th each board 0. revch e pro I “Wednesday next we g 'thmlso with an“ to be 11 .‘li Scout executive. cs, three heavy cruisers swing The Abstratzhg Mason C0. . i. A speeding charge cost Murki Ferrier of Shelton $10 and court costs when arraigned before Jus- tice Magoon yesterday, following: A. L. B’- his arrest by Aden Sunday on Abstracts, Real i Railroad Avenue. , 2 Loans and Ins: BELL BUILD-f. r SHELTON. LAD IN HOSPITAL . Robert Young, 5, son of Mn? and Mrs. W’:-,indell Young, was 311- l mittcd to Shelton hospital today, New Available at SClifiOlSER Service to our cornmercial 30; l " 'ROCE 1 "WEST Fl ‘BEST p counts and you can now obtain 4-E Milk, Cream and Buttermifl“ ,l H0008 GAS 0' SAVES OII. 0 SAVES UPKEEP “Leader Line” Styling . . . new on higher-priced cars . . . a power- thoroughly proved Valve-in-Head GET THE lEADING BUT Holmes of Camp'B brought in the actual evidence, a Small clump of vines on which a couple dozen fine large berries from dead ripeness M “a”, to almost outright greenness were ' hanging. springing on all fo urrwheels . . . a PIOMON MOTORS 1st"‘&'HPINTE - PHONE 392-J ETXES AND EIGHT! William (Billy) Parker, retired Simpson Logging company‘man. was admitted to Shelton hospital Saturday. released Sunday and re— admitted again today for medical treatment. 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