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, iday, November 20, 1941. YOU Hoopmen To Cl‘ganizational meeting. ‘i shape for the turday nights games each Week. teams but not manned squads. who playing in the league. '= St year ._ .56 7 THEATRE Shelton, Wash. ursday, Nov. 20 _ HANKSGIVING DAY my tinuous from 1 P. M. ; ,duits 20¢, Children 11¢ VTWO FEATURES AUGH PROGRAM ia. .Grey, Red Skelton, ‘ Conrad Veidt ’ HISTLING IN ,rTHE DARK” - and “BLONDIEW MIN SOCIET ” I ‘ FIND A pen Play Dec. 1'; Guests At Party . her 1 will bring the op-, ames of another city league j .,all season, team managers, "‘ Monday evening at their , ice periods were arranged; nClay, Wednesday and Fri—l xt Week to allow the teams I ,into some semblance of, openers. ilty rules were set for the ' with Monday. Wednesday chosen for rcuit found itSelf with an problem on its hands this Ving seven sponsors ready enough “ to make up seven suffi- A short- players is anticipated due . enlistment of many young , the nation‘s armed forces 1 otherwise CAN’T SELL UNTIL v IHusbands Honor Former Camp 3 Girl Honored At Surprise Party By Junior Women Skokomish Valley. Nov. 18. —— i A party given by the Skokomish Junior Woman’s club for their husbands, was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Everett Four-re. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Doll Hagan, Mr. and Mrs. Bert 'Deyettc, Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Peterson, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Tay— i Ilor, Mrs. Keith Campbell, Mrs. i Floyd Savage, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. ITaylor, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Tomas, IMr. Fourre. A, chicken dinner ,was enjoyed by everyone. Games Iwere played, with prizes going to A1108 Taylor and Bert Dey- program. “The Courtship of Miles: ‘ette and Jerry Taylor and D0“; StandiSh," was re-enacted by the gRagan. , lupper grades, and “Living In! Mr. and Mrs. James Lake ofIFairyland” by the lower grades.‘ Bremerton, spent several dayslMany poems were recited, and} at the home of her parents, Mr. songs sung by the pupils. : land Mrs. Charles Hunter lastl Mr. E. J. Dammann who l’laSl week. lbeen in the hospital for several? days, is greatly improved and ex— By June Quartier Camp 3, Nov. 18.7Mrs. Amos Martin of Olympia, the former Marjorie Howell, was honored at a surprise shower given at the Union Hall in camp. Guests from Camp 5 and Camp 3 gave the bride many lovely gifts. Refresh- ments were. served. The Camp 3 school children gave a party in honor of their teacher, Miss Lorraine Danielson, on her birthday. Monday evening the school chil— dren presented their Thanksgiving Mr. and Mrs. Bill Boston are. 1 . ‘announcing the birth of a son, I Feetfld dome “‘15 “(Wk- l Robin Lee, born at Auburn. l Wednesday evening the Campl Roy Jemison of Glenoma, was],gyfifiipsa1%gllriliaul’lf.sa:zlré’tergvappgcli Visiting relatives in tne valley, Harmer at Mrs- QuartierIS home’; ithis week' with a surprise birthday party inl Bob Newell, son of Mr. and Mrs. honor of Miss Lorraine Daniel_ , ‘Albert Newell, is now stationedl son A150 on the occasion Mn: 331 San Diego: in the U- 5- NaVY- Lorell Sejestad of Shelton, ifrstl The Skokomish Grange drill aid instructor, presented his class} team put on their degree work at l with their certificates. Those re- i Kamilche Wednesday night, andlceiving their cards were: Hazel} at Satsop Thursday night. Dammann, Betty Hulbert, LoisI The Skokomish Junior Woman’s Hoffman, Cecelia Clifton, Doro~§ club met at the home of Mrs. J. thy Quartier, George Clifton, Maul F. Tomas. Visitors for the day Schmidt, Woody Jones and Greg-I were, Mrs. A. B. Burman and cry Mahaffey, from Shelton. Oth- Mrs. V. A. Sassong. Mrs. Ethell or guests were: Jack Dammann O Richert was taken in as a new I and Norman Hillbert. Cake andI member. lice cream were served. Maxl Mrs. Ted Richert and children Schmidt and Hazel Dammannl baked the cakes. I Mrs. Howard Townsend and, 'children were weekend guests of Mrs. N. E. Ellison atiMatlock. Miss Rosetta Howell motored; to Fort Lewis as the guest of Bill I Hungerford, who showed her the} l Fort grounds. Returning home, 1 ‘they spent the evening with Mr. home of Arvid Johnson Sunday. and Mrs. Amos Martin in Olym_ l Monday of last week, the Mid— pia’ l j dle Skokomish school children gave Mn and Mrs_ Chuck Goodrich , ,a Patriotic program to celebrate and son Spent the_weekend in; l motored to Hunter’s Point to visit her sister, Mrs. Carpenter. 1 Mr. and Mrs. Jack Taylor and ldaughter spent last Saturday in ITacoma shopping and visiting ‘, friends. George Keating, the American lSunday school Union missionary ,for this district, visited at the Armistice Day- Brinnon with Mr. Goodrich’s sis-= Ted Riehert has purchased a. ter. 'neW McCormick-Deerng hafn— Nadine Arnold of Seattle spent mer mill to grind his own gram- the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Walters. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Toni of Shelton, spent Monday With Mrs. Geo. Walters. ‘ Dewatt-o School Board Grandma Culliton is feeling much better this past week, and APPOintment if P» W- Nance to i very glad to see her friends. I a osition on the Dewatto school- .— bogrd: to replace J. T. Dobson,l APPENDECTOMY who has moved away, was an- Mary Colleen Smith, 8—year-oldl ed'tod Jo ,Count School i daughter.Iof. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer, J'. E. Enroll. y Smith, underwent an emergency, Mr. Nance has served on the appendectomy at the Shelton Hos—I board in years past. lpital this morning. P. W. Nance Named To 'All Alladin Lamps are equipped with Silk, or Whip-O-Lite Parvelour shades. Parvelour shades are unusually tran- ,slucent, they soften and diffuse light making it delightfully '- restful and soothing to the eyes. They are washable, durable, cream White when not tinted. If decorated in pastel colors ‘ they will not fade. Come in! Inspect these beautiful lamps lwhile our stock is complete. We will gladly lay away your selection for Christmas delivery. ' i Olsen Furniture Company ‘ “Fine Furniture for the Home’.’ . . - ' . i Reflector and Table Lamps I Alladin Electric Table Lampsare unus-. ual creations, artistically deSigned and outstanding in beauty and. value! There: are many beautiful designs, shapes and sizes from which to choose. Table Lamps $1.95 to $9.95 I l il l l Ii ( l " Reflector LA M P S $9.95 I l l j l . $24.50 ALLADIN Re flector Lamps are beautifully finished in Oxidized Bronze, Ivory and Gold or Silver and Gold. Seven degrees of light are contained in one handy switch. , I . ' l - l ou , BUYER! usewnsrnosw ; paintings there, is Mrs. Edith Mar-i 'be, the Martins to Bothell with‘ I and Miss Eastwood, att’s to her mother at Belfair, Blt- f Mr. and Mrs. Enoch Nelson and‘ IDr. and Mrs. Forman on Thanks- . Mr. and Mrs. Margrath to Tacoma l land were the guests of Mr. and .I 0f Elinor Chapter on Wednesday week SHELTON-MASON COUNTY JOURNAL Unlonites Return From Trip To Old VWVWV W vmvv" mvv Real Estate A‘A“ A A AAMAAA .MMAAA‘AA Middleillfest Home: I Union, November 18#Mr. and: Mrs. Francis Wright returned on} Saturday from a trip to Sentinel} Butte, North Dakota, the old homei town of Mr. Wright. They visited. his parents and other relatives, there. The trip, they say, was veryf pleasant they had no tire tron-i ble or any other difficulties and; found every one well at home. Re- turning with them was Mr; ‘Nright‘s brother James, a surprise ‘, to the members of the family out? here. There was quite a family: re-union this week end when thigl Neldons, Van Horns and Wrights} were together.‘ A new member ofI the family was also present, Fran« : cis Manning, husband of Avis Van Horn. Mr. Manning is just recent- ly released from the army alldl had been stationed at distant‘ forts. Mr. and Mrs. Harley Nel—l don looked after Sunny Beach1 during the absence of the Wrights but are now living in their llomel at Union. I Mr. and Mrs. Carroll McHenryl visited his grandparents, Mr. andi Mrs. Henry Morris and other rela- tives on Sunday. . Those from here who were for- tunate enough to attend the artI exhibit sponsored by the Federaa tion Club in Shelton last Thurs-l day are very enthusiastic aboutl the affair and hope for more of its kind in the future. This section! of the Canal is proud of the fincl showing made byartists who eith- er now claim this as their home. or who have spent much of theirl time here. Waldo Chase has per— haps the largest exhibit which. showed several types of art, woodi block, water color, oil paintings' and even a shake Indian house. He brought forth and displayed] many paintings of Orrie Noblesi not before shown which revealed a versatility of that artist not known by many. Mrs. Edwin Dal—I by amazed many who had notl had the opportunity to know what: a fine artist and poet she is. Her; son Fredrick had several of hisr fine marine pictures there. All of: these mentioned call this their} home. Mildred Stumer, the sculp—I tor who has spent a big part of her life here and had a studiOI here for two years, is more widelyl known for her modeling, having} exhibited before. Dorothy Roseleafl who had several modernistici paintings of merit on display, has, spent all her summers practicallyi on the Canal. Another artist the Canal can claim, who had a fewI ing Willey. Mrs. Willey is one of; Seattle?s foremost artists. She andl her family summer at Rose Point.i An affair of this kind is not only] encouraging to the artists ,whol learn people to appreciate theirl work but it is also an educationf and pleasure to those who see‘ what beautiful things are being done in the county, therefore greati credit is due the several commit- tees on arrangements. At the present writing, there: seem to be more plans to “go: away” Thanksgiving than there‘ are. “Homecoming.” The Starks t0 { their daughters near Spokane wnere their son Gene will also Martins Sr., Mrs. Nosworthy and, daughters to Mount Vernon to' Grandmothers Lud Andersens to Seattle with his mother, the Robi? chau’s to Seattle also Miss Flags” Mr. and Mrs, Vaughn Abrams (nee Gwen Dal-j by) and baby to Okanogan, Wy- tles to Yakima Valley. Mr. and. Mrs. Nolan Mason will entertain, giving. The Paul Fredsons and Mrs; Holt will go to Mrs. ,Frank Fredsons for the family dinner; With her parents. I ’Mr. and Mrs. “Slim” Anderson of Tacoma Were here Saturday Mrs. Stark for lunch. Mrs. Enoch Nelson will be hosr' tess for the Past Matron’s Club the 19th for lunch. Mr. and _Mrs. Raymond Gate- wood are llvmg in his parent’s home. Raymond comes over from Yakima every fall for Christmas tree cutting. His parents are at Copalis Beach where they are em- ployed at the cannery. I I I l l l Grapevjew Silver Tea On Saturday Grapeview, Nov. ls—A silver team will be held at the Spooner home this Saturday afternoon at two o’clock. Miss Alice Gwinn, for ten years a teacher at a Congre- gational school in Kyoto, Japan, will speak on ‘fThe Women of Ja- pan.” All women of the commun- ity are urged to hear her. The tea is being given for the benefit of the Women’s International Lea-| gue. ‘ The regular Grapeview Com-l munity club card party was held at the school Saturday evening. A fine crowd enjoyed the pro- gram. Mrs. N. Syrjella won la- dies first prize, Bus Borgfordi earned men‘s first prize, Mrs. L.l Wren won ladies consolation and? K. Johnstone men’s consolation: Ben Booth won the door prize and: Earl Parks the floating prize. l lNext meeting of the GrapevieW' Garden and Social Club will bel held at the home of Mrs. H. E.‘ Peterson, the club president onl Thursday, November 27. Visiting Ill Seattle Charles Lincnln is visiting this in Seattle with Mr. and Mrs. lVard Russell. Ralph Lincoln was re-admitted to the Marine Hospital on Monday. I filed with 1 failure FOR SALE: 4 room house and acre of land; 7 room house and' 214; acres on and near Arcadia Road; 1927 Buick sedan. L. R. Kolm- organ, Arcadia Road. 10—28—-11—28——--~1M ‘ FOR SALE: 5-room modern home on Capitol Hill, also red pullets for sale. Mrs. Ada Culli- son, Rt. 2, Capitol Hill. 11-13-18-20-25 4t. FOP. anNr/ FURNISHED apartment with bed rooms‘. Light, water, heat, gas. telephone and garage furn- ished. $35.00. HERBERT G. ANGLE FOR SALE 7-room modern home with large tract of land. Excellent ground with lawn and flowers. This will mitke a fine suburban home. Close in. $3,000 with $500 down or $2500 cash. 6-ROOM modern home, hard-wood floors, fireplace, full basement and furnace. Also large unfin- ished upstairs. This home is located on oiled street and has nice yard. Entire property in excellent condition, and priced below present value. Will con- sider terms. $4375.00. 3-ROOM modern home close in. Nice garden tract. House can easily be enlarged. Why pay rent when you can own a home of your own. $1575 with $200 down, 8525 month, including in- terest at 7 (/0 monthly reduction. Herbert G. Angle Angle Bldg. Phone 304 l LEGAL PUBLICATIONS I NOTICE OF “’ATER RIGHT APPLICATION NO. 5613 State of Washington Office of Sup- pcrvisor of Hydraulics Olympia T0 WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Notice is hereby given that Geo. H. Thomas of Liiliwaup. State of “lush- ington, under date of Nov. 14, 1941, the State Supervisor of Hydraulics. Olympia, Washington, an application for a permit to divert the public waters of C00 Coo Creek tribu- tary of Hood Canal. in the amount of 3.5‘second feet subject to existing rights, continuously of each year for the purpose of Irrigation, Domestic supplies for cabin camp. and trout pools that the approximate point of diversion is located Within NEH, of SEl/L of Section 14, Township 24 N., Range 3 West W. M., in Mason Coun— ty. A map showing: the location and plan of said diversion and the place of the proposed use is on file in the office of the State Supervisor of‘Hydv raulics. Olympia. Washington. togeth— er with such other information as is required by law. Any person. firm or corporation whose right will be lnjuriously af— fected by said application may file with the State Supervisor of Hyd— l'aulics. at Olympia, 'Washington, such objections or representations. in writ- ing. as he may desire to make, within thirty (30) days after date of. last ipublication, which date _is November 27. 1941. Witness my hand and official seal I this 17th day of November. A. D. 1941. CHAS. J. BARTHOLET, State Supervisor of Hydrmxlir‘s. (SEAL) 11-20-27~2t. No. 4053. SIIMMUNS FOR PUBLICATION. In the Superior Court of the State of \Vzishington for Mason County. VIOLET HAMILTON. Plaintiff, vs. HUGH HAMILTON. Defendant. TIE STATE OF WASHINGTON, TO HUGH HAMILTON, Defendant, GREETINGS: You are hereby summoned to appear within 60 days after the date of the first publication of this Summons. to— wit: within 60 days after the 16th day of October, 1941, and defend the above entitled action in the above entitled Court, and answer the Com- plaint of the Plaintiff, and serve a copy of your Answer upon the Un— dersigncd Attorney for Plaintiff, at his Offic" lit-low stated. and in case of your failure so to do, Judgment will be rendered against you accord- ing to the demands of the complaint. which has been filed with the Clerk of the said Court: the objects of this action are that Plaintiff seeks to have annulled and declare null and void her plirporlcd nlar'l"-igc to you on or‘ about July 15th. 1... ternative to secure .‘ln Intorlocutory Decree of Divo1,> from you; to have, return. and restore in her. her former name of Violet Douglas, and to have Lots 14 and 15. in Block 107, Townsitc of Port Angeles. Clallam County. iVosliington. adjudged. decreed. and determined to be her sole and separate property. CHAS. R. LEWIS, Plaintiff’s Attorney; Office and Post Office Address, Suite 1, Lumbcrmen‘s Building, Shelton, Mason County. Washington. 10-16-23—230. 11—6-13-20-27—7t. or in the al- No. 4023. SUMMONS FOR l’UBLICATION In the Superidr Court of the State 01' Washington for Mason County PAUL G. ALLISON. d/b/a MOTOR- OLA DISTRIBUTION COMPANY, Plaintiff, vs. STEVEN GALLANT, De- fendant. , THE STATE OF‘ WASHINGTON TO THE SAID STEVEN GALLANT: .Greetings: You are hereby summoned to ap- pear within 60 days after the date of the first publicatiori of this Summons. to—wit: Within 60 days after the 30th day of October. 1941. and defend the, above entitled Action in the above en— .ti'Lled Court, and answer‘ the com- plaint of Plaintiff. and serve a copy of your Answer upon the undersigned Attorney for Plaintiff at his Office below state-(1.. and in case, of our so to do, judgment wil \be rendered against you according to the demands of the Complaint which has been filed with the Clerk of,the said Court. The object of this action is that Plaintiff seeks judgment against you on his first cause of action in the sum of‘$107.35 on an. account stated; that Plaintiff Seeks judgment against you in the sum of $127.79 on his second cause of action, for and on account of being required to pay. and paying to Shelton Branch, Seat— tle First. National Bank. $127.79 911 radios mortgagedth said Bank. Plain- tiff havingguaranteed payment there- of, and said ‘,radios having‘ been sold without the payment of the Mortr gages thereon. ,and Plaintiff seeks Judgment against you in the sum of $100.00, which $100.00 he was compell— ed to pay to Shelton Branch, Seattle First National Bank upon his Guar- antee in pay the same. was compelled to pay unpaid la). 4 in the sum of $12.50. and parts W( e lilissing from said l‘adios at the value of $10.00, and Plaintiff has attached youlaequity in the following described Real Prop— erly, slimmed in the County of Ma- son, Slulr- Iil‘ ll'mililmtlon, live-it: The “'csl ell! lf'ltt of Le! Ill, Block 15, Hill‘ 1931 Chevrolet coupep Classified Service BULLDOZER WORK: grading, road work, etc. Free estimates, reasonable. Inquire Davis Store, Lilliwaup. Phone 1. J w—11-/1-6-11-13-18w5t. SHRUBBERY PRUNING and re planting. Oscar Plovie, 726 So. First. St. 11-1e—12—1—71M clearing, two men. Phone 466-.1, W. L. Klieeland, Olympic Highway, 2 KEYS! New and modern key-making equipment just installed. Everything To Make I The Little Tot Happy WAGONS ~— SCOOTERS TRICYCLES ‘ REPAIRS We also Repair wagons, tri- l cycles, bicycles, lawmowersJ etc. SLEYSTERS FIX—IT SHOP , CHRISTMAS CARDS Put that favorite snapshot on your Christmas Cards. Good Variety of Lovely Cards Andrews Studio Xmas Greeting Cards by _ Gibson A Large Selection of Lovely Cards Fir Drug Store 1 crest Addition to Shelton, W'ashing— i ton. and seeks to have the same ini— prcssed with a Lion in the sum of $252.64 .for ,costs and disbursements herein incurred. and to have the said property sold to satisfy the said judg« ment and Lien. CHAS. R. LEWIS, Office and Post Office Address: Suite 1. Lumbermen’s Build— ing, Shelton. Mason County, Washington. 10-30. 11-6—13-20-27. 12—4-11—7t. No. 1397 NOTICE OF HEARING ON FINAL ACCOUNT, REPORT AND PETITION OF EXECUTRIX FOR SETTLEMENT, DISTRIBUTION AND DISCHARGE. In the Superior Court of the State of \Vashington .in and for the County of Mason, In Probate. IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE of HARRY A. YOUNG. Deceased. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. Kathleen Young, Executrix of the above estate, has filed heroin her , final account, report and petition for iscttlement and distribution of the estate of the deceased, wherein .the Court is asked to approve said ac- ‘ count and report, and make distribu- tion of the estate, and discharge the Executrix. NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN; that in accordance with an order of said Court made and entered on the 18th day of November, 1941. a hearing will he had before the Court on said final account, report and petition on Sat— urday. the 201h day of December. 1941. at 10 o‘clock. A'.M.. on said day in the Court Room of said Court House at Shelton, Washington. Dated this 18th day of November. 1941. . CLARE ENGELSEN, Clerk of the Superior Court for Mason County. V’Vashington. ALDEN C. BAYLEY. vAttol-ney for Executrix. Title Insurance Building, Shelton. Washington. , 11—20—27. 12-4-11—4t. that I I l l I l l l Phone 493’ ROOM AND BOARD for one orl miles south Shelton. 11—20-25--2ti tree 1700 Yew Avenue Phonel y ' l 'V VVVV vvvuvvvv vvvvvvvvvv l , For Sale , AAA‘ALL‘AAAAAAA _A A AILAAAA FOR SALE: Three good milk cows, one just fresh. Also team ‘ Bremerton. Rt. 2, 1 mile from g Belfair on old highway. 11-18-20-25—3t. UV! 7" vmvvvvvvvwvvvvvv Wanted ‘ “AA “AAAAAAA “uAm I CAN PAY 30 cents a bale for Christmas trees, including 12 foot trees. Contact C. P. Round- ! 759 Olympia. 11-5-—12-5—1M. WANTED AT ONCE carloads or truckloads of large, smooth, sound Maple and Alder logs. Higher price. Liberal scale. Prompt settlements. NorthWest Chair Company, Tacoma, W'ash. 11-18-18-20-25w—4t. WATT 2D HukaeDerry brush pickers Year around employ- ment. Apply G. R. Kirk Com- pany, Allyn, Washington. 11—13-18-20-2574t. iSTEADY VVORK—GOOD PAY-— I Reliable person wanted to call on farmers in Mason County. I No experience or capital re- : quired. Some. making $100.00 I in week. Write McNESS Co., 2423 Magnolia St., Oakland, Calif. .4____.__. WANTED: full time housekeeper at once. Phone 152. A-—11-20--tf. WANTED AT ONCE carloads or truckloads of large, smooth, sound Maple and Alder logs. Higher price. Liberal scale. Prompt settlements. Northwest Chair 00., Tacoma, Wash. 11-20-—12—2--4t. 'VVV‘" vvvvvvvvvvwvvvvvvv‘ Used Cars vvvv "VVVV'VVV'V'VV vvvvv FOR SALE: ’34 International pan- el delivery truck. Make us of- fer. Shelton Branch, Seattle First National Bank. ll-le-20—25-27—4t. vwvmwv u.me v m For Rent a.“ AM“ Mum“; FOR RENT: small 2-room house partly furnished. Close to town in nice location. Ideal for single man or woman. $10 month. In- quire 619 N. Fifth. W»~7—3—tf. FURNISHED APARTMENTS for rent (2 and3rooms). Good lo- cation. Very reasonable. Golds- ‘oorough Apts, Second and Knee- , land Streets, Shelton. 5-7~tf. IFOR RENT: weather tight gar- age with cement floor. One block from hospital. $3.50 per l month. Inquire 619 N. Fifth. W—11—4tf. l vvvvvvvwvv 'vvvvvvvvvvvv Trade or Swap IMAAOA Am A AAA.“ ' FOR SALE OR‘TRADE: substan- tial equity in improved Hender- l son Bay Waterfront, 9 miles from Port Orchard. Will trade for Shelton city property. Phone 394-W after 6 p.m. 11-11-20—~4t. Lost'and Found - LOST: black male police dog 6 weeks old. Four tan feet: and tan stripe across chest. Reward. l Fer information call 379-J, L..R. Taylor, 324 Grove or Mac's Cor- l ner 11-20»-12-2--4t l I Agate Grange Dance Slated On Saturday Agate, Nov. 18.—Agate grange is sponsoring a dance at the [Agate grange hall this coming ‘Saturday evening, November 22. An oyster supper will be served lwith pie and coffee. THE meme "Lemons 'AND. “mourn, murmur 130 s. Tliil-‘(l black mares.‘ D. M. Crosswhite, , RATES On Classified Advertisements 10 cents a line (5 words) first ‘ insertion, attractively low rates on subsequent insertions. Min- imum charge 40:. ' I Classified advertisements ac- : cepted over the telephone from phone subscribers. Cash should accompany all other orders or I payment made before the first | of the month to save expense I of billing. An extra charge of 10c will be made 'when billing is necessary. Card of thanks 50c. Classified Display Rates on I Request. I Phone 100 .’ "'VVVV'VVVVV'VVVVVVVC ' For Sale MmAAA.QAAA““AAAA {OLD GROWTH W’OOD for sale: ‘ $6.50 per cord plus tax. R. W. Killough, phone 585—J. ' 10—30—-11-27—1M iAUBURN Golden Flake Butter- milk, 25¢ gallon. Bikins, 825 Franklin. FOR SALE: 14-foot skiff, com— ] plete with cars, chain, lock, line I and hook. Gunder Ordal, Rte. 3, I Shelton. . 11-47—tf. I FOR SALE: Modern, 14—ft. trail- er house. Price is very rea- l, sonable for cash. Charley John- I ston, East Dickinson street. Picture at Journal Office. J——11-18—20-25—2?vlit. FOR SALE: Guernsey Jersey cow, 5 years old. C. N. Alien, Rt. 1, Mill Creek Road. 11-18-277—77—4t. FOR SALE: Montag wood heater, l medium size. Phone 192. H—-11-13-18-20—25--4t. FOR SALE: and 50 cord“ dry fir and alder. Inquire at Eagle Barber Shop. B-—11-13--tf. ——_—_ FOR SALE: 1940 oil burner cir- culator, used three months $30. Inquire Journal. S——11-—20--1t. LARGE SIZE I Duplicating SALES BOOKS for 15¢ 4 for 25¢ 65¢ per dozen We also take orders for all kind: of special—- I PRINTED SALES BOOKS lOur prices are as low or lower than outside salesmen can quote you. i THE JOURNAL mW-"v W m- "m PROFESSIONAL CARDS Am‘mnwAA- —_ ALDEN C. BAYLEY ATTORNEY AT LAW Title Insurance Building Opposite First National Bank Phone 23 Shelton INSURANCE HERBERT G. ANGLE 1 Office at Angle Building i ELLIOT B. SPRING Accounting Tax Services Bookkeeping Systems 123 4th St. Phone 565 WITSIERS FUNERAL HOME Licensed Embalmers W A. Witsiers, Prop. Phone 180 - - Shelton. Wash. _._._ MT. MORIAH LODGE No. 11 F.&A.M. Next Regular Communication NOVEMBER 29 M. H. N E E D H A M Worshipful Master J. L. CATTO, Secretary. Computed for\0akland Bay (Hood Canal tides are one hour & 55 minutes earlier) Thurs. Low :Ei a.m. 2.8 ft. Nov. 20 High 7:54 am. 15.6 ft. Low 1:23 p.m. 5.9 ft. High 6:30 p.m. 14.6 ft. Fri L0\v—~1§5am. —2.9 ft. Nov 21 High 8:46 am. 15.8 ft. Low 2:17 p.m. 6.1 ft , High 7:17 p.m. 14.1 ft Sat. Low—’Eie am. —2.4 ft Nov. 22 High 9:30am. 15.7 ft Low 3 :16 p.m. 6.3 ft High 8:08 p.m. 13.3 ft Sun. Lowhh 37:13 am. 1.6 ft. Nov. 23 High 10:34 am. 15.5 ft. Low J. :21 p.m. 6.2,ft. High 9:06 p.m. 12.4 ft. MINOR INJURIES Allen Strine of Camp Three « . ' was admitted to the hospital to- . ., 'ilzly for ll‘i‘i‘ltllli‘lll of minor injur- ies received ill on accident.