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I Dunoyier's TAX[ Phone 620 Stand st Chevron Ca= Station - First & Cots LH Jl J I Skokomish Union Hears Delegates The Skokomish Local of the Farmers Union has planned a pub- lic meeting for' its next regular meeting to be held at the Middle Skokomish school house at 8 p.m. tonight Delegates to the Washington- Idaho State Convention which was held Friday and Saturday will re- port the convention proceedings. A good attendaz)ce of members and visitors is urged to hear the report. more out of Life; At your fingertips . . . beautiful music, news of tll moment, comedy, drama, eduoatton, instruotion . , . all yours through the magic of radio. Radio has been developing for 27 years its future is limitless, National Radio Week--October 26th to November lst--salutes the genius behind radto the':tru=y modern wonder that helps you get more out of life! National Radio Week October 26---November 1 See and hear radios of today . , . a model for every purse , . . a radio for every room. On dis- play at IIIIDIO BE(TIll( ....... I II III I'1 II I II II rl I Shelton Lumber Company i ut l [ l I [ ! ] I FLOOR SANDERS FOR RENT L II il In Our Location on Nountain View " tIIGHW ON THE OLYMPIC AY MAILING ADDRESS -- P.O. Box 598, Shelter Charles Wcirauch PHONE 657 I I Committees Named By New President Of Canal Sportsmen During the October 23 meeting of the Hood Canal Sportsman Club held in the Hoodsport School tle president, Merritt Stark, made committee appointments for the coming year. Chairmen for the various com- mittees were as follows: Educa- tional and entertainment chair- man, George Adams; salt water fish, Archie Callahan; fresh water fish, Orville Norman; game and animals, Dewey Webster; game birds, Frank Nosworthy; public- ity, Bill Dickie; membership, WaN lie Oliver; pretators, Glover Gray. Interesting fact brought out by President Stark during the meet- ing was that in Utah the law reads to the effect that if a man closes hLs own property to hunt- ers, the state will close fishing to that man on his own land. He told of a unique idea in another locality which was due to trouble the law had with hunters shooting at roadside signs for stops and curves. The officers placed tar- gets beside every sign. What next ? Sportsmen voted to move their November meeting ahead one week and will hold it on Novem- ber 20, at the Lower Skokomish Grange Hall. George Adams will be host at another salmon barbe- cue as he did last year. It is planned to have a short business meeting at seven p.m. followed by dinner at eight. Following the business session R. W. Weaver of Shelton, showed colored slides of Bombay, Teheran, and Iran, which he took personally while in those countries with the armed services. His rapid fire, humorous conversation carried on as the pictures were shown was intensely interesting and left ev- eryone wishing they could hear more. He told of the unique railroad built by the sha of Persia as a personal whim in 1928 which be- came extremely important after war came along. 400,000 vehicles, he said, were hauled across the desert and shipped on this rail- road which was filled with S curves some of-which actually made a figure eight. They wound around precipitous mountains and numerous tunnels. In one place tunnels were numbered 130 in about so many miles. This rail- road was all built by hand. Iran climate which he described as nice in winter, reached unbear- able heat in summer. In the des- ert, where U.S. soldiers were sta- tioned, the temperature reached 128 degrees in the shade, in April. After this highly entertaining presentation, cake, coffee, and ice cream were served by lrs. 5ear Bearden, Archie Cllahan, Mrs. Frances Radtke anff Mrs. Myrtle Johnson. SIIELTON-IASON COUNTY JOURNAL SChOOl Scoops class The electing and appoint- ins of the staff was don(: last Week. The results are as follows: Editor, Harold Carr: Assistant, GRADE SCHOOL NEWS by CloSe Pharrls Ve are experimenting in Mrs. Webber's fifth grade room. First, we took some iodine and water and put them in a glass. It stay- ed brown Then, we took the io- dine and water and added starch. It turned purplish black. In our next experiment, we proved that potatoes have more starch than oranges. First we took some iodine and put it on a potato. It turned purple. Next, we put some iodine on an orange. The orange kept its own color. Our next and last experiment we put some celery in a glass of cake coloring. The small tubes in the leaves of the celery took up the cake coloring, and it turned them red. BAND R4PORT by Garby Elmore Last Thursday, October 23, the band played for P.T.A We play- ed "Graduation," "A m e r ic a," "Rousseau's Hymn" and "In' a Sanctuary." Barbara Ashford and Garby Elmore played "America the Beautiful." That was the second P.T.A. meet- ins the band played for this year. The band also has two new members, Donna Rogers, a saxo- phone player, and Melton Sher- wood, a baritone player. These two graduated from sixth grade be- ginning band to sixth grade regu- lar band. * * by Jim Petersen Vre had a girl in Mrs. Kelly' room last year who went to school only two months, but passed. Her name is Janet. She passed be- cause she studied at home in bed. She is going to try hard to pass again. Mrs. Kelly goes to her home to teach her. m * * MEXICAN BASEBALL by Bill Maxwell Baseball players from big lea- Editor, Jennie MacRae; Editorial Writers, JoLoyce Hunter. Ronnie Strickland; Featnre Editor; Gel'- aldine Carlson; Feature Writers. Pudge Knutze, Carol Lovell. Aud- rey PutriD; Sports Editor. Leon- ard Courts; Assistants, l?,arbara Hawley, Fred Stullcr: Exchange Editor, Myrna Whitaker; Assist- ant. Alice Howe; Copy Readers, Mac Griggs, Dora Lamon, Nancy Handley; Technicians, Dick Kieb- urtz, Harold Cart, Alice Howe, Myrna Whitaker- Reporters will be Dorothy Fisi> or, Mardith Jacobs. Marion Slater, Beverly Valley, Charles' Manke, Lyndy Olstead, Jim McEh.oy, John Getty,, Janet Smith, Joy VVynn; Typist, Mr. Schwarck; Art Direct- or, Peg'gic Lindberg; Adviser, Jane Litven. I Tle staff will change from time to ime. A definite time lapse between issues has not yet been decided. The name of the paper will be "The BIazer's Trail." The class is anxious to hear studen body reaction to the paper. by Barbara ltawley The girls' basketball practice will start the first Monday in November under the direction of Mrs. Remme. It will: be at the Lincoln Gym. Miss Dyer will give 50 points for every month a girl is in attendance, but 10 points will be subtracted if a girl in not there one night. At the end of the season the girls plan to choose teams and play a tournament. The winners will get 200 points, sec- ond place, 180 points, third place, 170 points, and the fourth place, 160 points. For the last three weeks the GAA girls have been playing shuf- fleboard to earn points toward their letters. The champions get 75 points, the runner ups, 50 points, and 10 points also are giv- en for each game won with 5 points for each game iost. First Co-e School gues are leaving for Mexican high In 1833, Oberlin Institute. first e- salaries. Mickey Owen, catcher for educational college in the United Brooklyn Dodgers, went to Mexico. Sgates, was established at Oberlin, Manager Pasque]s offered him Ohio. $15,000 a year which is free from U.S. taxation, plus $120 a month i to keep the apartment going, buy ] groceries and pay a maid $12 a month. Mickey is going to save his money and retire in five years. They have high batting aver- ages in Mexico City. The city is about 8,000 feet above sea level, and the air is very thin. They can- not throw a curve ball. When they hit the ball it goes a long way because the air is thin. Batters get winded very easily. CITY AND SCHOOL LIBRARIES by Members of Mrs. Dielle's Class At the beginning of the school year we visited the city library. Going to the Shelton public lib- Isthmus Local rary is a joy for our class. We get books about moving westward Me t when the only transportation was e s Monday covered Wagons, pony express and on foot. The regular m'ettngofthe Isth- At the beginning of Lhe year we mus Local of the Farmers Union didn't have enough books to read, which covers the Allyu, Belfair so Mrs. Plumb made it possible and Grapeview area in Mason for us to come to the Shelton lib- county was held Monday at Allyn. H. D. Rolph, national vice presS- rary and also have a library card for each member of our class. dent of the Farmers Union report- Mrs. Anderson is the school lib- ed last week's convention, and led rarian at Lincoln. She furnishes discussion of building a coopera- us books which are always good. tire barrelling and quich freeze They are books of poems, fiction plant in this area to accomodate and true stories. We all enjoy the many berry and grape grow- them very much. era here, i lilfl I [H] fli H i ill i i O FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE O NELSON'S CANDLES ANNOUNCES I The Transfer of its Retail. Business To the Most Accessible Downtown Location of SHAFER'S BAKERY ,,o And the Opening of a New Retail Outlet at IIOODSPORT MARKET CENTER AT HOODSPORT Where You Will be able to Choose from A COMPLETE LINE OF NELSON'S CANDIES I I II ] 11 I ..... J II I I NELSON'S FINE CANDIES @ WE ARE PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE That We Will Handle A COMPLETE LINE OF NELSON'S CANDIES Boxed Chocolates  Bulk Chocolates -- Hard Candies  Mints- Party Wafers- Jelly Beans- Mixed Candies -- Peanut Brittle Fudges -- Nougats, etc. OPEN LETTER Dear Friends of Shelton, This is to express our thanks for everyone's help in the Penny Drive. As you lmve read in the paper, we made over ore" mile of pen- nies. The band is anxmusly wait. ing for their new instruments. We; want to say thanks again for he/p- ing us out so much. Sincerely yours, Mrs. Bezzo's Fifth Grade JUNIOR HIGIt NEWS By Fred Stuller Mr. Patrick. the gym teacher at the Junior high, is in the midst of conducting a class tournament. The boys of his eighth and ninth grade classes are taking part in various calisthenics including standing broad jumps,'pullups or chinups, pushups, rope climbing, and foul shooting with a basket- ball. The first place boys from 11 classes are as follows: Pullups, Ted Ellis with 15; rope climb, Carl Howard in 6.1 sec- onds; foul shots, Hartwell Dittman with 10 out of 15. By Lyndy Olstead Prlday morning the student body had a lbep assembly for the game with Olympia that after- noon. The assembly opened with the flag salute led by Jim Mil- ler. Jerry Carlson and CoCo toy- ell introduced a new yell which the students enjoyed very much. This was followed by a pep talk given by Mr. Bezzo telling the advantages a boy can receive from Pmlaying football. After a few 6re yells and songs led by the four song queens, the students were dismissed. by Dorothy Fisher The Latin class is learning de- clensions and conjugations of verbs. They are on the fourteenth lesson and have about fifty more to go by the end of the school year. The students think the vo- cabulary tests are easier than the other work. There are about 33 students in the class, 22 from the junior high and 11 from the se- nior high. The students feel that the subject is hard, but that they are getting it. by Mac Grlggs In the high school auditorium last Sunday, a group of girls from the JuniOr high glee club sang for a program for Junior Music Week. They sang three numbers directed by Mrs. Charles Chase. They were "Shine On Harvest Moon,!' "Slumber Boat," and "Swing Low Sweet Chariot." The latter was a solo sung by La Vonne N'orby. by Gerahline Carlson, The first 'junior high seh0bl pa- per to be published in about fie years will be put out Friday, Oe tobe 31,. by the ninth grade news @ In Our Convenient Downtown Location SHAFER'S BAKERY :110 GOTA STREET PHONE 330 '::' : , SOME GET ACQUAINTED SPECIALS ASSORTED .d Whipped Cream Peanut Brittle lb. C,OCOLArES ,b,a00 Fud00o ,b. 80 wee. 39 Special This Doodlers' Delight For the benefit o doodlers, tele- phone booths of a college building in New York city are equipped with blackboard1, chalk and erasers. Springgate Named District Manager Of Mayflower Firm Richard C. Springgate has just been appointed district manager for the Sheiton district of the May- flcwer Illter-lllSllrlLnco r/xchall,L( -', a Washington company spe(:ializ- ing in automobile and truck insur- ance. Heaquarters office of tim company is in Seattle. "The Mayflower Company has recently brought out a new type of policy that in attracting national attention," Springgate stated. It is called a temperance policy and provides insurance at lower cost to non-drinkers on the basis that they are less likely to have acci- dents than peopIe who drink. The company holds that it is not fair for the man or wonmn who ab- stains from drinking to have to pay the risk rate based on the greater nunlber of accidents to drinkers. Of course, in addition to this special policy, we also write regular insurance. The new offices of the district manager for Mayflower are located at the Shelton airport. Thursday, October IF YOU NEED GLASS FOR YOUR C To Keep Those Wintry Winds Out and the Warmth We Have in Stock Plenty of Windshield and Window Safety Glass Eaton Body & THIRD AND GROVE STREETS PHONE 84 ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES SEPARATE BUT ALLIED FIRMS UNDER ONE ROOF QUALITY ELECTRIC WIRING Guaranteed Material and Workmanship --C. P. Eliot Registered Electrical Engineer Title Insurance Building, Shelton WE HAVE IT--OR WILL GET IT FOt Lightweight, Warm ELECTRIC BLANKETS Good f0r CHRISTMAS GIFTS or Cold Nights. 6 ONLY  WAFFLE IRONS ................ DON'T BE A BULB SNATCHER!We have all sizes in and fluorescent lights from 6 to 500 watts. CHRISTMAS TREE LIGHTS and DECORATIONS more ful than last year but still limited, SHOP EARLY! Portable Electric Heaters .... $7.85 to NeW--AFTER 2 YEARS   and z horsepower G. E. COMPLETE INFORMATION ON ELECTRIC HEA TINct Quality --E. A. Fixtures  Appliances -- Supplies Phone 645 (LD L. KENNEDY DAY, November 1 ending World War.I h world.shaking on had served many men when the battler w meaning for each of th above in their 1918-vi veterans. Represent is DR. HAROLD transport, and r INGS out." NOW day afternoon, No;  r,-Mrs. Moore is {he i ." Jean Jessup, eldest :, .r,Ir, and Mrs, W, L. (yi  e Journal. There =-,' no further need of ;!ln corn)retieD with the }6  - , . 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