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November 25, 1941     Shelton Mason County Journal
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Page Two APPRAISERS NAMED Charles T. Wright. Frank Heus- ton and Agnes Wright were ap- pointed as appraisers of the es— tate of Moses A. Sutton in a superior court order signed by Judge D. F‘. Wright Saturday. Results Repeat Again and Again. In the Journal Want-nus. PUBLIC SALE I will sell at the Farm of the late Wade H. Joslin, all dairy cows and equipment. Located four miles South of Port Or- chard and one-half mile west of Gig Harbor Highway, in Black Jack Valley. WED., DEC. 3 Beginning at 10:30 a.m. Horses — 2 Head Cattle — 46 Head Machinery Mowing Machine; Hay Rake Low wheel Wagon Beet Cutter ’I‘edder l'low Corn Planter Seeder White-wash Machine Feed 50 Tons Native Hay 1938 Chev. Pickup Other Miscellaneous Mrs. W. H. JOSLIN Executrix — Owner s Virgil Hanks, Auctioneer Kitsap County Bank, Clerk — reported on 12,713 farms. SHIP YOIIR FREIGHT BY BOAT FAST FREIGHT SERVICE WITH DOOR DELIVERY IN SHELTON Seattle Freiglit should be routed via Str. Indian, Ferry Dock, Tacoma Freight via Str. Skookum Chief, Milwaukee Dock, No. 2 Time Schedule as follows: Leaves Tacoma daily, execept Sunday, at 5 pm. for Olympia and Shelton Arrives Shelton daily, except Sunday CLARENCE CARLANDER, President , Set New Record ' In Mason County Mason County 4—H Club mem—‘ bers came forth this year with {the highest percentage of com- ! pletions ever attained in the coun- vty, reports County Agent Clinton lOkerstrom. with 95 members en- irolled in twelve clubs, 88 mem- ibers completed for a record of 392.6 per cent. Fifty-three boys, land 42 girls were enrolled, while, 152 boys and 36 girls completed! IThis gave the boys at 98% com- pletion and the girls 85.7 L/r. Five of the clubs completed 100%, while others ranged downl to 7564. Four-H Club reports also show4 that demonstrations have more lthan doubled this year over last. Last year 25 club and eight pub- lic demonstrations were put on :by club members. This year 54 l club and 15 public demonstrations were put on. These demonstra- tions are means by which infor- mation is spread to others byl actual observation of job. 9 Four-H Clubs are being organ—‘ izcd and re-organized now and will continue to do so until April 1942 when enrollments close. l l terested in organizing a 4-H clllb should contact County Agent Ok- erstrom. lSkokomish Hatchery Scheduled for 19421 Some little encouragement that the proposed Mason County fish. hatchery has not been cast asidel by the State Game Department came out of Spokane last week when the game commissioners at their quarterly meeting appro— priated $73,000 to be spent in 1942 on construction of three new hatcheries in Mason, Lewis and Kittitas counties, according to news reports emanating from the; Inland Empire. 1 Next to apples, pears are the most numerous fruit trees in Washington State with 1,878,187 '4-H Completions ‘1 Lake Isabella Man Andrew Sellgreen, 83, a resi- dent of Allyn for 43 years, was, buried today beside the remains two SHELTON—MASON C Skokomish valley lili. MOUNTS lNl‘ll o'clock, December 15. Born Dr. Martin , of his wife, who died in 1939, in Any young folks 0" adults m'lOdd Fellows division of Shelton‘ ‘Memorial Park following funeral services conducted from VVitsiers Chapel. Mr. Sellgreen died at his home I Saturday, yielding to an illness of several years. in Gavee, German Newspapermen To Talk to Students Hall, Sweden, May 6, 1858, Mr. Sellgreen had,been a resident of America for past sixty years and had lived at Allyn for 43 years. The' only surviving relatives are a niece, Mrs. Ellen Lindsted, and :her daughter, Beverly, living at: Allyn. American newspaperman‘forced to flee from Germany because of his views op- posing the Nazi speak to Irene S. Reed high school students at 1:45 o‘clock Decem- ber 5, telling the story of the rise Iof Hitler to power, relating per- ! sonal interviews he has had with- ] Hitler and other Nazi leaders. and comparing the life of German boys and girls under the regi- mented Nazi regime with the life of young people in democratic countries. Dr. Hall comes to Irene S. Reed high school as the fourth in a Iseries of seven outstanding as- 1 sembly programs obtained through i ’National Assemblies, Inc. 1 I program, PUGEISOUNDIHUHGHTIJNES LIQUID. TABLETS. SALVE . NOSE DROPS PRE— INVENTORY SA . G-County Ass’h Seven Mason County the ton, Grays Harbor, Kitsap, lmeeting for the first time Mason County W111 association. Commissioners Auditor Deyette, and ty. five days between Franklin W'ednesday night. minutes ed. PRE——- LII INVENTORY All Used Cars and Trucks We state test and guaranteerevery used car. One-third down up to used cars. It’s our business and we’ll con eighteen months on to-date service department. The finest in Aberdeen ——built to serve you better. 1941 Chrysler Brougham Fluid-drive Beautiful 16,000 miles; new tires; equipped With 8- tube Philco push-button Radio; hot Water heater with defroster; wheel shields, fog lights, side mirrors. 1175 in 1941. Polo Green Finish like now. Only The most popular car SEDANS . 1941 DODGE 4-Door, Fluid-Drive; 1,900 Miles ...... .. $1175 1940 MERCURY 4-Door Tour. Sedan ...................... .. S 895 1937 DE, SOTO 4-Door, Heater .................................. ..$ 575 1937 PONTIAC 4-Door Touring, New Paint, Heater, Defroster .................................................. .. $ 575 1937 STUDEBAKER SEDAN, Radio, Heater S 575 1937 CHRYSLER 6 4-Door, Overdrive,-Heater $ 575 1937 CHRYSLER IMPERIAL 4-Door, Radio, Heater, Defroster, Overdrive .............................. ..$ 575 1936 CHRYSLER SEDAN ........................................ .. $ 475 1936 OLDSMOBILE 4-Door Tour.; Radio, Heater .. $ 475 1931 FORD 4-Door ......................................... .. s 385 1936 FORD 2-Door .......... .. $ 315 1935 OLDSMOBILE 2-Door .... ,_ s 365 1935 FORD 2-Door, New Rings .............................. .. $ 275 1936 LAFAYETTE SEDAN, New Paint, Heater ....$ 375 1934 CHRYSLER SEDAN, Overhauled Motor Heater .................................................................. .. S 295 'I' nucns Our policy has not changed. We sell on terms, accept trades. balances.'Bank finance. We always have a fine assortment. of tinue With the best service we know how. Visit our new and up- 1938 Dodge DcLuxe 4—Door Tour. Sedan 1938DODGE DeLuxe 4-Door Sedan; fully reconditione heater, defroster $595 d, new tires, radio, and fog lights. An economical light family car. 1934 STUDEBAKER 4-oos’r, Heater ...................... is 245 1935 CHEVROLET‘2-Door, New Paint .................. .. S 325 1934 FORD SEDAN, New Motor .............................. .. s 225 COUBES 1939 CHRYSLER, Radio, Heater, New' Tires, Perfect Mechanical Condition ......... .. . _____ .. $ 795 1938 PLYMOUTH, Heater, New Paint .................. ._ $ 545 1937 PLYMOUTH BUS. COUPE, Heater, Painted Your Color .............................................. ._ $ 475 1937' CHRYSLER COUPE, Radio, Heater and Defroster, New Tires ...................................... .. $ 575 1935 PLYMOUTH COUPE, Heater, U. 8. Tires $ 335 1934 PLYMOUTH COUPE, Heater, Recon— ditioned Motor ...................................................... ._ $ 275 1933 PLYMOUTH COUPE, New Rings s 145 1930 PLYMOUTH COUPE ........................................ .. $ 60 1V2—TON TRAILER, Good Tires ................................ ..$ 20 ALSO a few GOOD WORK CARS from $25.00 to $50.00. Loggers’ Heavy Duty, Panels, Pick-ups Buy Productive Equipment Shpenfihal Two LOGGERS. Heavy Duty INTERNATIONAL Completer rebuilt, heavy new tlres, new paint and equipped with bunk and cab protect, ors and Brownlipe Trans. 1937 INTERNATIONAL D-30 with 13- .1 938 CHEVROLET TRADE with Truck Experts to Insure Success ’36 Mack E. H. Logger . . .- $1250 Ready to 90 1000-20 tires, new brakes, motor rebuilt, Brownlipe Trans. VERY SPE STURDY LOGGER. CIAL PRICE ON THIS 1V2-Ton Chassis 1935 CHEVROLET 1-TON PANEL, ft. V-an Body; 825-20 New Rubber, New Paint; Mechanically Perfect; Body Cost $500.00 Three ' Years Ago. Our Price ...... Flatbed with 1912.8 00356022 1V2-Ton oist; - 0 Tires; Low $535 Mileage, Fine Condition 1939 FORD 1-Ton with Stake Body; Good Rbr., Per. Con.‘ 1940 FORD, and Cab; New Rubber; New Paint 85 H.P. Panel ...................... ._ 1937 PLYMOUTH Vz-Ton PICK-UP; In Finest Condition Throughout ........................ .. 1936 CHEVROLET PANEL, New Rub- ber, New Paint, Good Motor A Good Truck Low Price .. .......................... ._ $195 $800 SPECIAL—Two Almost New 3‘Ton In- ternational, Rear End Assemblies With Byd Wheels Each 1936 STANDARD TRAILER, A Good Buy ...................... .. TRUCK nun TRACTOR, INC. International — Chrysler — Plymouth Dealers 1621 Simpson Ave. Phone Abrdn-227 1170 tion. The bids will be opened at Meets Wednesday officials expect to attend the bi-monthlyi meeting of the Olympic Peninsula! Assn of County Commissioners} Administrators and Engineers to be held in Bremerton Wednesday] The auditors of the six counties: in the association—Mason, Thurs- Clai— lam and Jeffersonfhave been in- vited to participate in tomorrow's and Auditor Harry '- Deyette will preside over an hour’s program set aside for the audi- tors and which Deyette arranged. Commissioner Robert Trcnck- imann and Welfare Administrator Glenn Ratcliff of Mason County] serve in the respective capacities of president and secretary of the Trenckmann, Fred Ferris and Vincent Paul, Administrator Ratcliff, Road Engineer Art Ward Prosecutor Frank Houston plan to attend from Mason Coun- Smokeaters Called To 1 Three Chimney FireSI City volunteer firemen answer—l ed three chimney fire. alarms in Wednesday night and yesterday. Little darn-I ; age was done in any of the homes ' In the latter instance the siren stuck and blew for almost five‘ continuously before could be disconnected and repair, it ' = Daniels L isecond place in the annual five- ” at last available reports. 1 SCOI'CS. OUN’I‘Y OUlNA-L‘ away the entire three-game lead; Munro's Men’s Store had fash-i lioncd in nine long weeks of com-l petition when the Merks swept; the iiabcrdashers off the alleys1 l Traveling Print ‘was in thef beautiful and famous Wilshirc, in Los Angeles, where he had gone for special medical treatment of a long illness. Burial l Farm Phone Clinic Pedestrians/Hit finial... will be made without charge to. the customer. are required, these will cated so that the owner of the , Nov Tuesday, Novelnbc 25v I o l o o I 'd . ‘ I l I l Ylelds To Illness Truck Speed And i FgRST PL A CE TIE } Salon Eklllblted Thursday In Old In Auto ACCI ; 1:31:35; ' i .ll‘ ' ' l ' _~__, ' I ,. _ Thur . George N- Stoneri 79, YGSidellt c For the next week or so the, Four traffic mishaps “W0! pines;ng of the Lake Isabella district for ‘ ’ i90_print traveling salon arraynged Mason County residents 9 prizes the PaSt dozen years. 3091de to Load limits on logging trucks} .5 u. I K ‘3 Sy the Olympia Camera Club will Thursday of this week will bel ported over the Weekend 1‘ The pa] an illness of more than that-length using the Skokomish' Vallev road; 1be on exhibit in 'the Shelton lib- farm line telephone clinic dav at I Mrs M- Chapman 0f Shel Edward at his home laSt wedneSday night i were St?t at 4,500 feet. andE .7 . 1‘rarv under the auspices of the! Shelton. Harold Soyen of Seattle “5 Services were held Saturday from I a speed limit of 25 miles an hour l MET“ Fm!” Ame Mk5 .Of Labm‘f Shelton Camera Club as part of, This date November 27 has I heaviest sufferer. k " ** mgiietrsllgflfijge: mist?h ggyeigfnd set yestexday by the, Mason Coun- 1 By iggqgglcigeep- i the series of traveling exhibits be- 5 been set by The Pacific Telephone Mrs. Chapman was i — 0 1 aS' t board of commissioners in a‘ a ‘ “ - —' ( ~ :(2' '1 you n W'ni '5 tori conducting Interment was risolutson passed at the weekly; m“! WAG“: BOWLING liii;E’é’i’33$?‘lh‘iyvfzigii‘ifififibéiife ngtTg:§::p}dnCOI¥:£$g/Zd 131.3312 l iii-33ml; idiot. NG in Masonic dIVISion Of Shelton board session. I IV- L- P““- 5 Camera Association a will accommodate the demonstr..- I blamedi/bv Carl Vl’cvand. 0f. x Memorial Park. The resolution pointed out that1 Mlmm-S n '633: All clubs” in the associationl tiOn. SpeClal testing equipment I crton the driver, TOI‘ his MI“ Stoner was born in Marion the “formation of the soil in the . L- M- ------------- 19 U 4533 ‘ have dimmed traveling salons of, and displavs will be brought to. my in Sec Mrs. Chapman . ; County, Indiana, December 29, Skokomish valley is such that thnl Holt‘s Associated . ...18 12 .600‘ the “20 mgst outstandin )rints' Shel-ton foil the even} l scoycn 69 was hit by a v" »\ 1861. He is SUI‘VIved by his present mat of oil on the vallevll‘r’al‘“ime ----------- -- "-15 15 "500 their club members havegdefzel‘o Announcement of the final ar- I Slleltml iagt night and Wife. Mary, three SOUS, George road will not carry heavv loads l Lill‘k." Lager m” 16 Am 1 ed The Shelton Camera Club's SE. rangements has been sent by mail I head. lacerations. He was Fa JOhn Wu and Elbert R: 311 of logs without doing an uri'reason- l “3’40" 141“de -------- --13 I7 ‘433‘, 101.1 is now in Aberdeen to every farm line telephone usErl at Shem)“ Hospital- of Shelton; two daughters, Mrs. able amoumt of damage.” Daviscourt Bakery ....l3 17 .4333 ' whose ‘Service is connected thru A car driven bv Harol G. Baldwin of Shelton. and Mrs. At the game time, the' board Wilson‘s Cafe .......... .. 9 2! .300; the switchboard in‘ the Shelton berger of Matlock wash .Thol Barnes of Oregon; two sis- called for bids on a Second hand; High Scores l Father of Dr_ Burley l exchange! The letter conveyed aged when it skidded on" tersv Mrs- J- C« Whittingtoni and diesel marine motor of not less: Gan‘e”"3m Nome” 235- l ' an invitation on behalf of the Olympic Highway Surface‘ Mrs. Cumi Duck, both of Missou- than 20 horsepower. and a gross Totaleab Stewart 595. } Dies In L05 AngEIGS company from J R Gibbons Man] of Quilcene Saturdav ni l Ti; 25 grandChlldren and 16 great speed of approximately 1200 rev-: Mutdm-‘i Friday . “NWT ager for each customer td visitl Ol’ertllmf‘d “at IWSI once grandChildren- olutions per minute with a 2 to 12 7 p-m-‘Mlmm's VS- Pasumer L-l t» ‘th' B-urliy’ Shelton dep- , the] “clinic” and bring his tele-I Cal's (ll‘iVC’n by Herb reduction gear and weighing aboutI M- "S- Mason Lav-“dry- lt-ls‘ angle m OS A-ngeles l-nl Phone instrument for a thorough1 and E- A- LOVOHv bow of} l - 1800 pounds, bearing a one-yearI 9 pin-“ASSQCiated VS- LUCkY‘. flme .to e at the bedsme Of, his I inspection, ton, collided at. First. an I guarantee against defects in mat- Lag“? Wilson's VS' DaViscourtl amen E" E‘ Bulley’ 74’ 9f Emeka' l Skilled telephone men will be Street With OUIV Slight P S d erial and workmanship, which is T Bakerfy‘l1 t] L b igflgigsgégm death arnVEd laSt on hand from 10:00 am. until resulting Saturday. to be us (3 to “Fr . . «_ in one o . swoop, ‘16 um er- , . - . .1 ~— duh—.4- asses dtur ay Stine 1.8er Cling}: mew Mercantile quintet chopped, The elder Mr. Burley died at. 3-00 Km: to “leaf 1n§twmeni5i fly a the home of 9. Sister, Mrs. H. C.‘ mug t m' Mmm adJuStmenLSl V.F.“Y. Thanks S Observing Ar . Where new parts} be indi— Following considerable . s . . . I 7 an Friday’s city league bowling! 1‘ matches. ‘ Starting with a four-pin decis» successive game as Buck‘,‘ each Mackey fattened his average and Pete Carlson tacked a few~pins onto his also. Bab Stewart con- tributed a 595 total to the L. M.i causo which topped the individual} scoring for the night’s play. Tom Holt’s Associated Servicc:sp third place despite dropping thel lodd game to Daviscourt’s Bakery,| which found Spike Fredson’s 586 saved the lone Flying A decision‘ with a 235 score which topped the single game individual ef— lforts of the evening. l Pastime took over fourth place‘. with an odd—game verdict over: Mason. Laundry despite poor scor- l end Wilson's Cafe to a similar}W triumph over Lucky Lager, which failed to cash in on Ken Fred- son’s strong scoring. The scores: fo Munro's (0) l L. M. (3) Handicap 87! Handicap 78 Robinson 555,| Stewart 595 Skelscy 416? Mackey 566 1 Smith 5061Eiliott, Jr. 462 IForrest 455lElliott, Sr. 475 Durand 5101, Carlson 559 838 799 892 2529l842 938 955 2735 Pastime (2) lMason Ldy. (l) Handicap 195l Handicap 282 851 879 826 2556 n . 7: r of Don Northness, 638 Arcadia, 236%111321?“ yokgh'm ‘whére yesterday’s fire occured, of , P Roberts 453 H Young 460 Many of Alfred Brecker of Mt. View, where 1 3:0me 469 Fimk 397 ~ ' the department was called Sunday. Allen 506'A Ferrier 531 or of A. I... Nyman. Tenth and, 889 869 912 2670: iLur-ky Lag. (l) VVilson’s 243 crest “ Shelton gmailed last weekend by Council! 'Secretary Clinton Okerstrom group Thanksgiving, bowling circuit returns to action Thursday evening with Firechiefs meeting Mac’s Corner morning and MarShan'S Insurance tangling magazines will then be collected with 4-E Dairy. A third degree will be conferr- ied this Wednesday evening at a} communication ! ,grcase monkeys managed to hold: scheduled by Mt. MOI-13h Lodge, Worshipful Master Maurice Need-. tham announced today. 0 , A The ceremony will open at 7:303 itally 0f great help- Bl“ NOblettl o’clock in the Masonic Temple. I ecial Masonic MEET WEDNESDAY; “A Farm Telephone That Works’“ Its second monthly Hotel, rmcd members of the yesterday. Lawn Memorial Park. , Mr. Burley had visited his son iin Shelton two years ago. ion in their first encounter, theEBurley made. the trip bOth Ways Merks widened their margin with l| by 131511le arnvmg home YESteraY- sMasons Confer Third , Degree Wednesday Eve , PLAN COUNCIL TO meeting ing and Gene Tucker paced ta11_; Since summer will be held this ednesday noon by the M a s o n , iCounty Planning Council in 1‘ announcements ca ‘ Commercial League Resumes Thursday I telephone may purchase and have them installed. As farmer service is provided Dru; . . on lines and instruments owned ments on their premises in effi— cient condition. “We hope,” said Mr. Lynn, “that every one of our farmer linc customers will respond to the invitation and bring members of his family to the demOnstra— tion and exhibit. We also cord— ially invite business men and ,residents of Shelton to visit the lclinic." l A special moving picture on i will be shown. the: In response to the governments for a National wastepaper in- !per campaigns. the work with the first of a ser- ies of periodic collections to be held this Saturday, November 30. I During the week the Scouts will make a house-to—house canvass re— questing that all wastepaper and After a week’s vacation due to magazines which the homes or the Mr. commercial I Fortnums Find Good Fishing in Hoh River and Mrs Earl Fortnum next collection which is planned business houses have, be put in an easily accessible place such Texaco as the front porch on Saturday The wastepaper and and sorted if it looks feasible, and sold to wastepaper dealers. The Scouts would appreciate the full cooperation of all concerned and anyone not contacted this time can be watchful for the Troop 10 joins I ion of theArmisticc Day “, situation in Shelton, the 'f: ‘ ans of Foreign Wars r105 son County Friday nigh TROOP 10 soonrgg— I i‘IW-HISTLING I , COLLECT WASTEPAPER THE. DARK conservation p r o g r a m , Scout ~ troops throughout the county have I “BLONDIE I been making worthwhile wastepa— I by the rural residents outside the mously adopted a I'CSOlutl’ hi B exchange boundaries, the farmers publicly thank all Shelwn 1' EC ltllemselves have the responsibil- l'less houses which close ,ity of constructing and maintain- past Armistice Day. ing the lines beyond these bound- mandcr Art Mackey a aries, and of keeping the instru- yesterday. , ._..,.. Fem—1...- -_. ..V‘__,,. . RAMOII 2° THEATRE L Shelton, Wash- .PA LAUGH PROG Virginia Grey, Red Conrad void; and IN SOCIETY Thursday 011 ‘ Perlecl lull. pause...” ,Rlllullll' Plus “OUTLAWS CHEROKEE TRA Handicap 87$ Handicap 243 Aronson 463C. Tucker 524 1 Peterson 504: Dittman 483 IK. Fredson 566 L. Westlund 489 ; Scott 451lDummy 393 ' Merrick 489? 849 894 887 2630 Daviscourts (2) 896 821 843 2560‘, Associated (I) and their daughter, Beth Audrey, l for Januaer returned from a two-day fishing,‘ trip to the Hoh River last week-‘ end reporting good fishing con- ditions now and exhibiting four! big steelhead to substantiate their W. A. Witsiers, H. G. Angle and 1942. APPOINTED APPRAISERS Judge D. F. Wright appointed Handicap 237i claim. estate of Carl Hays Bassett in a superior court order signed Sat- ‘ the best single game in the sweep— Handicap 105 Reader 4593\711. Snelgrove 485 Noblett 586 Bayley 497 Price 428!S. Fredson 586 G. Young 48118. Roberts 523 490‘ M. Fredson 567 882 878 921 2681,961 821 981 2763 l Shelton Bowler SecOnd In Meet Mark Fredson, Shelton’s young bowling acc, was holding down N. Westlund game singles sweepstakes held by the Washington Athletic Club last weekend with an 1109 pin total ; Fredson put together games of 215. 278, 203, 191 and 222 for his ibig total and was only nine pins short of the leader. His 278 was stakes up to the time the Sheltonl ‘ entries left for home. A few more bowlers still were scheduled to roll at that time, Sunday night, and as yet the Seattle papers haven’t carried the final results. George Merrick, Jess Daniels, Al Ferrier and Paul Fredson com- pleted the Shelton entry list but: none of them figured to be in the] prize winning group with their Three Shelton Boys Return From Kodiak. Three Shelton boys returned to- gether from Kodiak, Alaska, last Week, arriving in Seattle Friday after stays of various lengths in the far north. I They are Jack Dennis, Ken La- tham and Art Cloutier, all former high school athletes here. Dennis has already secured work as a welder in the Tacoma shipyards, . Cloutier has applied for work at the same place, and Latham in- tends to return to Kodiak in Jan- uary. MILLO’S QUALITY MARKET i it GROCERIES FRESH MEATS FRUITS I l I FINEST FOODS A1- BEST PRICES HOODSPORT ,l n Jersey Cattle Club To Meet Wednesday F. R. McBratney, President of the Thurston—Mason Jersey Cattle Club announces that the next! meeting of the club will be held] at the home of Earl Baker, Clo- verfield’s Dairy, next Wednesday‘ evening, November 26 beginning at 8:00 pm. , Lunch will be served after thei meeting and members are asked; to bring sandwiches or cake. An' interesting program is being planned. I I Indian Charged With I Fishing By Set Net} Fishing with a set net in the I Skokomish River beyond thel boundaries of the Skokomish In-l dian Reservation is charged in an information filed in Mason County Superior Court here last week by Prosecutor Frank Hens- ton against Harvey RobinSon, Sko- komish Indian. The specific offense is dated on November 12 in the information. 'Theft Brings Grand Larceny Charge Here A grand larceny charge was filed by Prosecutor Frank Heus- ton in superior court Saturday against Donald Fisher, charging him with stealing money in ex- cess of $25 from a man identified 1 in the information only as “John Doe” Jorstad. The theft occurred on November 17, the charge states. HOME FROM HOSPITAL Mrs. Louise Simpson Hanna of Olympia has been released from Shelton Hospital after a month's recuperation following a major operation and will be able to re— ceive friends at the home of her mother, Mrs. E. M. Lawton, at the apartments at the Lawton Lumber Co. P.U.D. MAN TREATED Walter Buesig, P. U. D. 3 em- ploye, was readmitted to Shelton hespital Sunday for treatment of electrical burns received several . weeks ago. TREATED AT HOSPITAL James Spencer, Route 2, Simp- son Logging company employe. was admitted to Shelton hospital Friday for medical attention. ‘ _._—L._. HOSPITAL PATIENT Guy Brewster, Webb Ranch employe, was admitted to Shelton hospital Saturday for treatment. HOSPITAL TREATMENT Ronald Dodds, employe of the Lawton Lumber company, was ad- mitted to Shelton hospital today for medical attention. . :Carl Rains as appraisers of theI urday. I NOTICE Anyone wishing to hire Carpenters, please call JIM RUC‘H, 409-W, Business Agent for Carpenters Un- ion, A Colombia Pmqu To“farmer linc”tclcphonc Bring your telephones to our ' t I e », ‘Our repairmen are glad to help you. N00113:, for their advice. You are always welcomes“an Pairsy special “clinic” on telephone problems will” ’l‘ly 01, held __ I ' , i . alr'ly P ‘95 & S FAI .T H U RS D A Y November 27 10 A. M. to 6 P.1VI. OLD POST OFFICE on RAILROAD VAVEVNUE .\ SHELTON 15M,- THE PACIFIp TELEPHONE AND-TELEGRAPH . ‘