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X ,..._.,.~., ,4; Page Si ‘ Savage Elected l lConfinued from Page One! 1 gross “for such aid and relief. as may be available through thel flood offices and facilities of the, U. S. Bureau of Standards in the; establishment of an adequate; telephone service code and such other aid in the publication and. enforcement of such a code as may; be in the public interest." The second resolution criticizcd‘ Gov. Langlie‘s veto of sections ofl 11.8. 302 with the statement that} “the Governor‘s veto allows pri-i vate power companies in condem nation suits during the time of: eminent domain proceedings t0! collect and maintain the operating‘ profit. to take for their own the depreciation fund while allowingl the equipment to run down. plus1 their collecting 6 per cent inter- est from the people of the Public Utility District. Had the Governor! not vetOed section 7 of EB. 302i the private power companies could‘l collect only one income instead ofl ,three which the public pays forfi Organization Perfected Committees were appointed on. legislation, telephone, consumers, research (industries), organiza- tion and education. Talks were given during the program, which lasted from ten! in the morning until four in the, afternoon (with time out for’ lunch), by State Representative! Frank Morgan of Grays Harbor,‘ State Representative Dr. U. S.’ Ford of Clallam, Melvin McKen? ney, Pierce County Pomona. Grange lecturer and organizer for, the Washington Public Ownership League, Hylas E. Henry of King County, Ernest R. Cluck, state , tmosphere up on Hillcrcst . . . Grange attorney Garrison Bab-- a . . ' lmaybe it's the altltudc . . . that COCk 0f ng county and Ed Henry produces top football forecasters, of Longview, who gave the key- note speech on the subject of “An Offensive vs. a Defensive Cam- paign in 1942.” The main function of the Public Ownership League, Second Region- al President Savage explained, is to assist, defend and extend pub- lic utility districts. Hakola blames 18 For Grid Awards, 1 Maybe Two Othersl m.... o” 1941 Merchants-Journal football, 'sweepstakes you'll note that thei first five prophets live up there. l Mr. and Mrs. Bob Tahke, Lo—l ibert Bell and Mr. and Mrs. F. A. lEacrett all reside in the Hillcrest area, and to add to their honors g the 10th week winner, Hugh Clark, , ' is likewise a resident of the lofty district. Mrs. Tabke won two weekly awards and Bell another, further adding to the laurcls of which Hillcrest can boast. Just by way of recounting, here are the weekly winners in thcl 1941 sweepstakes, in order: At least 18, and possibly one' 1. Mrs. Donna Murphy or two more, members of the 2, Mrs, Myrtle Tabkc i Highclimber football squad which 8. Dan Wilson l completed its 1941 schedule on 4. Pete Meiin l Thanksgiving Day will be rec-l 5. Lobert Bell ‘ ommended for varsity lcttprs byI 6. Jim Hillier 1 Coach Walt Hakola. 7. Jack Neudorfer They include Jack Allison, Or- S. Truman Tough I ville Anderson. Ken Calkins, 9, Mrs. Myrtle Tabke Drew Cole, Chuck Daugherty, 10. Hugh Clark John Eager, Carrol Hill, Jiml Howarth, Lowell Jarvis, Earl “'5 LUCKY DAY Lumsden, Donn Nelson, Jack F0" 30b Tabkev Saturday was a red-letter day. It brought to him, in the first place,~$25 as grand prize win- ner in the 1941 Merchants-Jour- nal football sweepstakes, and to the second place it brought to his alma mater, Oregon State College, its first Pacific Coast Conference football champion- ship and a bid to play in its first Rose Bowl. 'Twas a day Page. Bob Pearce, Bob Puhn, Ted] Van'Overbeke, Mack Wilson, Saml Wilson, and Louis Woolsey. A nineteenth letter will be awarded. to Student Manager Art Mat- thews. The 1941. Highclimber team’s claim to distinction}: that it wast the only rival' in“ Mrs to. score against the Elma. Eagles, Otherwise there was nothing tol brag about in the single victory, fcr celebration for Tabkc, all the club hung up in eight games? right- and the jamboree. scoring 51 —-—~*— . . . ITS THE SEASON pomts (or Whmh 27 were agalnStl Three Shelton Highclimbcrs Montesano in the one victory) to 174 scored by opponents. 24 JUNIOR HI PLAYERS GET FOOTBALL LETTERS Twenty-four players and two student managers of the 1941 Shelton junior high football squad have been recommended for first football letters by Coach Frank Willard. They include Jim Smith, Joe Parsons, Les Olds. Don Daniels, Hal Richardson, Lou Lumsden, Bob Smith, Ray Phillips, Tom Phillips, Jack Beckwith. Duane Cracola. Julian Howarth, Rusty Viger. Gene McGuire, Norm Ol- iver. Len Savage, Chuck Walton, Wendell Spinharney. Don Wey- and, Warren Layton. Larry Cardi- nal, Harold Wilson, Joe VanOver- bekc, Gordon Hopland. The man- agers awards went to Tom O’Neill and Dick Berg. Drunken Driver Fined ‘ $50, License Revoked drew first team positions on the Central Leaugc All—Star t c a m chosen by radio station KELA of l prep grid season. Ted VanOverbeke snared one end post, Chuck Daugherty was alloted a tackle spot, and Louie Woolsey a backfield honor. Sec— ond team recognition was given Bob Puhn, fullback. and Donn Nelson. tackle, of the 1941 High- climbers. Elma, of course, dominated the team with seven players, leaving only a guard spot for Reuben Rome of Raymond to complete the first team lineup. EX-MONTE BOY CHOSEN And speaking of All-Star teams, the HM] All-Winko league first team included Jim Hollingsworth of Western VVash- lngton (Bellingham Normal), former Montesano star. at a guard post. Hollingsworth was the best center in the (lonlralia League during his prop days, but has been playing a guard spot at Bellingham. l Drunken driving charges "on: which he was found guilty byl Justice M. C. Zintheo Saturdav brought a fine of $50 plus court costs and revocation of his driv- er‘s license for one year to Linton Osborn of Shelton. He had been arrested by State Patro man Cliff Aden a week pre- vious . which includes the illustrious P, L.C. backs, Marv Marshman and Marv Tommervik. HOW'S THIS TEAM ? While this subject of all-star teams is in the air, Chapin Fos- ter, Chehalis newspaper editor, certainly came up with a unique idea in a speech he delivered re- . The Abstract Man Of cently. His opposing mythical M Co teams lined up like thiszw k n Builders Pos. rec crs aso unty Character ...... ..Q ........ .. Selfishness I Ideals ............ ..HB .... ., Intolerance A. L. Patriotism .... Indifference Goals ..... .. ..FB ............ .. Hatred Religion ...C ...... .. Immorality Faith ..... .. Intemperance Abstracts, Real Estate I Ambition _____ v_ Laziness Loyalty ............ . Suspicion Loans and Insurance Determmafion T ________ " Dmmspect Courage .......... ..E .................. .. Fear SHELTBOEJJ' BUILDINGWASH Work .............. Pessimism ' ’ l Subs: Builders as Education, FOR SALE MASON COUNTY FARM A tract of 39 acres, 29 in cultivation, one-third bottom and all good land, acres pasture and 5 acres wood lot, all under fence, on good trout stream. Five small cabins, ceiled, tank and electric water system, large ’old barn. some tools, orchard, 4 miles from town, good road. Land has been cultivated for past three years raising good crops of all sorts, which were canned for welfare. Price $2600. For down price and terms, see County Auditor. l l l He joins the same All-Star team , There must be something in thclVision, Friendship, Justice, Peace, for if you’ll scan results in thelance, Crime, Narrowness. ‘ Day. ling section Saturday when i Southerners come. to Tacoma for , their “Evergreen Bowl" l l l l lself became the first son of a Centralia at the close of the late} Texas A&M graduate to l l 'Bates. Warren Layton, Ray Phil- Examining a large four-foot turtle, weight 220 pounds, Max Ludeke, ‘ Chicago chef, puzzles over Mary Lee Johnson’s question concerning the amount of soup the big fellow will make. deep sea type, was 18 inches high. The turtle, of the l l incl .7: :DICKIE ‘. l. —i Honesty. Optimism. Tolerance, » Charity, Wisdom; Wreckers H Bitterness. Carelessness. Ignor- lLLUSTRIOUS NEPHEW Several Shelton folks, if they wish to, have reason to puff out their chests and say, “That’s my relative." They’d be referring to Joe Day, Oregon State football player. who Saturday scored the touchdown which gave 0. S. C. its 12 to victory over Oregon and the right to represent the Pacific Coast Conference in the Rose Bowl next New Year’s The relatives here who could do that vest-button popping if they wanted to are Mrs. Ge'orge Shorter, Mrs. Pearl Butcher and Mrs. Stella Burke, all aunts of the 0.8.6. star, a n d several cousins. A&M ROOTER l Perhaps there are more but Mason County will contribute at least one to the Texas A&M root- the; c l a s h , with Washington State. That one is Robert Trenck~ mann, county commissioner, a Texas A&M grad of the class of '07. The plentiful W.S.C. alums in this area have been keeping the county chairman, busy fending off bets, but he'll be in the stands pulling for the Aggies to spill the red-hot Cou- gars in Saturday’s big intersec- tional attraction. Mr. Trenckmann’s father wasl a member of the first graduating‘ class at Texas A&M back in 1879, and later Mr. Trenckmann him- l I turn graduate from A&M. He played a. little football for the Aggies back in those early days “but only with the scrubs" he ad- mits. Those were the days of the flying wedge and brute power in football. l Clark Has Record Turnout For Cage l Sport Atllr. High Peeled from an original turnout of over 70 candidates. Coach Hugh Clark reduced his 1942 Shelton iunior high basketball squad to 21 players last night, and then started the serious work, of get- ting ready for a ten-game season which has been scheduled for his green and white. youngsters, and which brings Montesano junior high here next Saturday morning as a curtain raiser. Coach Clark has an unusually large holdover from his, 1941 squad and if he can unearth a capable center has hopes of put- ting astronger than usual club on the floor this season. However, finding that center is the key to the situation and So far the keys don't fit the lock too well. The nucleus from the 1941 squad around which the 1942 club is be- ing fashioned comes from Joe Parsons. Leonard Savage, Gordon Hoyland. Beanie Daniels, Jack Beckwith, Gordon Smith, Hal Richardson. Lou Lumsden, Tom O'Neill and Merle Michaelson. Rounding out the squaa are Benny Peckham, Alfred Lauber, Rusty Viger, Bob Smith, Julian Howarth. Buster Wilson. Weldon lips, Harold Wilson and Larry Cardinal. Student managers are Wendell S p i n h a rn e y and Earl Hamilton. Because of the exceptionally large turnout this year, Coach Clark had to cut all his seventh graders. The .junior schedule for the coming season lists the following games: Dec. am. Dec. 13~~at Hoquiam, 10:30 a. m. Jan. 10—at Chehalis, 10:30 a. m. Jan. 17~Chchalis here, 10:30 a.l in. Jan. 23Aat Aberdeen, 2:30 p.m.| l 6-«Montesano here, 10:30' 'n v ' , f ,lv wrrk l Nationally famous since the Census Bureau found that it marks the . gin ¥¥2§sotfeasgefg2$ t: H0)W_ i Ififmfit w center of population of the United States is this corner fence post ard Adams, high scoring Teddy Mrs, 17', A, Eacrett ______________ __ 130‘ 011 the farm of O. W. Collins, Carllsle, Ind. Center has moved 15.2 forward, drew commendation from Arnold Cheney ...................... .. 129‘ miles southwest Since the 1930 census. the Highelimber coach. Elmer Matson 129 . ‘“ ....L:.ls.%l“a: .22: i 5% 39:31:23)? ....... ._ 13$ Chfton Voted T0 lCounty To Buy ,- Ond team’s victors}: tossing ianeorge Dunning -------------------- -»127E HOS Board} Car for School Supt. ; ,.‘ ._ g Six counters and having two oth— Elmer James .......................... .. 127i p ' L- __ ', v I , er baskets ruled out by the of-i,‘Jim Tough .... .. 127i 4»s—r~~ _ t h d .Intentlon to purchase :1 new E ficlals, The tussle was mp - and - l Betty Weeds .................. ._ 127i Beforff ballots were dlspafc, 9, car for the connty school supcr- .n,‘ JEAN PARKER tuck an the way with SheltouiMrs. Nina Stinchfield .. 127 to P911131“ IaSt week for 0f 1cm llltendent's office was Signllled \ M holding the lead most of the dis- Don Woods .................... ,, 127 counting, the ballot counting Icomc-1 yesterday in a resolution adopted .- I , g tanCe. Port Angeles used l Pete Melini‘ 126 “11399 for Local, 38v I-W-Av founo , by the Mason County commission-‘1 ‘ . ‘players in a vain attempt to. cap- i Cy Murphy . 126 Phat George Chfton 0f Camp j’ ers, 1 Frnday _ Saturday ture the second team affair. lDon Oborn . 126 “ad been l'e’eleCted as the 10g" No date for opening bids was I V clash will be the last game be—lDuke Collins _ 1241the‘ mam local or :1. 51113710031 to ————-——-—~# , ‘fore Shelton‘s date with Bremer—lCliff Cannon . . . . . . . . . , . . . . . . . _ __ 124 malmaln .membershlp "1 EOOd Com lete information abou ,l “"1” ton December 10 to dedicate theESWEEP STAKES .......... .. 2 2 Standing In I-WA-v Charles be“. hag) Du have to gen alwaygl m... inew Shelton gym, lR. A. Allen ________________________ __ 124 age, business agent of Local 38. w ' y g ' v H T) l. ccembcr 2, 1941. w...’ SHELTON—MASON COUNTY JOURNAL Tuesday, ’flllllBEllS PLEASE * l i' are:sz , :I‘uarly—Day Logger , , fl ‘ . l l Returns To Ame Sweepstakes (Continued from Page One) Se'ven In Deadlock His Fence Post Is Famous l Cl ." rk, who tied for iirst once VViml has; come tr) Mr. "‘ s before and was beaten out by‘ ,Ml-g, ram ,lohngnn m“ shalt-on f . a ‘2 (scores. this time nosed out VVar— ,‘Mnx Cul‘nlulc, fv‘fl'l‘nr'l'ly employ rcn Ellison, Joe Parsons Jr,, Ilutllf j by the M1130” County Logg; . ‘ [James Earlene Cleveland, Bob company at its old Camp Shem S , WT‘ iHome;r and Ralph LeDrew, xvllu‘ years ago, revealing that ‘ " 5 “who” Defense Strong I" ‘6'” also had 16—pointl ballots but lack— his; two children have returned Loss To Teds; Second Team led the prophetic power on scores Ncw York. geles Saturday night. The llighclimbers actually out— Penn State 19, South (ti-mum 12 , C11,,“S Vis W'ins Its Opener L which Clark possessed. M1: Gamudc went t2 F; I. In order W'“ '. . _ l ,. , ,, , ,._ ‘. some 15 years ago an. m , - . V f 1.. l Flllal th’K hallomls Mn. boil. , ‘ g. ‘ ofTfiglegmgnti}; cred l)‘.-’)Stly by the losses accrued 1; 2711110 lama. Wig: :3: ,, glrlS t0 . action of the year Coach 15mm, 5 by Kansas State, Tulane, Vander- £9111th Santa‘s («310 is ,-. Spemal S, Willard was wellrplcased with the l but B’llSSiSSipPiv Oklahoma and! i post“; t2: ,,.};‘,i“:},,,r'r1:,,qj3n soon. will fOHO er‘l erformance (f the Hi,h- ‘- Qlcmmn- l ’n . 2"" 1m", “" rail ’Efigbgmpag thev logt‘a 16 tofu? Results of the swccpstakcs1 lchggx‘m :Ct‘ir‘gw ‘fi’fithhgy g; n' are urgec basketball verdict at Port An—{garl'agg Sgtu£2$¥orwf1rc' i lAmCh-mm fond. in taking 1 Citadel 28. Sewance 0 A(I(‘.lI)F,NT VICTHI TREA ’i scored the Teddies from the field, Jnmm Hcffcflmn of Route . 4‘ r ‘ six baskets to five, but failed to Anzona 28‘ Kansas 0mm 21 Navy 14, Army 6 partner in the Taylor Dal ry F. Warren Woods netted four of I, l i connect on any of six foul shots . . ., l , 5p; . : i . r. Marquette 28. Iowa State 1.) , ,was tlcatcd at Shelton H0 , yhlle :hc ma?" git”) tltigigdl-XS Georgia 21- 0001"ng TCCh 0 i llFrlday for severe injuries “If ,Ilm‘l’sb “int 9 d 1t; f “1 “1:0,; L.S.U. 19, Tulane 0 l . ed in an automobile accident" 10:00 W? S an 0 0 T 1 Boston College lil, Holy Cross 131 l I L, Wh‘Ch bllelmn (lumped thrfnfini T,(_;,U, 15_ Six/Lu, 13 l 'MWimv VWBA’ Merv" 1:1,) t‘;°,,‘3,“c‘:§,g.‘v,:m d‘sanowed by t C l St. Louis 25, W'ashington U. 0' .- , 1,00 g«T;1, of 1a.. P t A l Washington 14, U.S.C. 13 , V: 0 . 0 game was or “g9 9'5 1 Tennessee 26, Vanderbilt 7 , j . 7:: 0 gig? 33:21:30???“ giltfigegfglsl Michigan State 14, West Vil‘gin-, ; ~ P H g‘ I 00 ‘hw —1«-- '% ia12 3 , ' . climber hoop mentor was pretty’ VI- a; Sp, 5 Mississl l‘, ' . well pleased with his club's show-l J lgsxngippl LC A pp 5 ‘, v Shelton. Wash. K v A. . . i mg, especially in View of the fact; Fordham 30, NY‘U' 9 l ‘ i ‘ that the Highclimber second team l pm 27‘ Carneigic Tech 0 Sun, to Wed. 3.30 W0“, {ts gamcv 17 15‘ 1“ thcl Nebraska 7, Oklahoma 6 l 1 your but Prellm’lmry- l Auburn 28, Clemson 7 ‘ barn“, l oregonstate 12, Oregon 7 ; huamy I Shelton's 51x baskets, Earl Lums- ; Sixty-mm: football forecasters, N v,4./ den and Sam Wilson the Others-1 turned in at least nine ballots: ’. ' ,b~ Willard p both offensively and defensively, the blond senior Speedster check- ing Bob Brady, Port Angeles ace, raised the play 0f Woods! during the 194.1 sweepstakes, with ; the following results: i l Bob Tabke ................................ .. 134} lMyl'tlc Tabk "‘* 133 861‘5' Y'epresentati‘le 0“ the Shel' set in the resolution. The new .Mrs. Gladys Cannon . 126 The Hig'hclimbqrs go to Tacoma , v » i f trus- . . next Frida to meet the stron IJaCk Neudorfer ......... .. . 125 to“ HOSPAtal ASS“ board 0 mar must be a 1942 Fold, Chevro— Bellarminc yLions, who whippefilMa-I‘y Pigg‘ .............................. _, 125, tees afiq that members 0f 14,9?alilet, Plymouth 0r Studebaker de- , c Eatonville. another HighclimberiMl‘S. Steve Vlger .................... ,. 125 38 hCa‘j’IlY favored Proposmon luxe sedan, the resolution speciw opponent before Christmas, last} BUCK Mackey .... .. . 124 ‘0 “allure attendance at at least fled, with a 1935 Ford sedan to 124 one meeting a quarter 0f either be traded-in on the new car. a ' Friday, 36 to 29. The Bellarmine E Gordon Hendry helps. [Harding Olund announced today. The lineups at Port Angeles: . 124E FIRST TEAMS ers. Donna Murphy 1231 The ballctmg was Upon several . ., ,l , ., , Port Angeles (16) Shelton (12) Mrs. Glen Robinson .... .. . 123 PTOPOSIUOPS Smelttfv‘d t9 mem' ', Kurtz 3' .......... ..F .......... __ Woods 8§Mrs. Clarence sowcrs __________ 123' bers of 1.W.A. for referendum, ' Adams 4 _, Lumsden 2 Wiley Stu-ram , _ _ _ , _ _ 123 l vote after .the 'I.VV.A. interllatlon- p v Lannave 1 ____ _______ Cobum Floyd Cole ,,,,,,,,,,,, h 123 r al convention in Everett 111 Octo-y ; ,. O‘Neill 1 .. Fredsonngs. Martha Deer 123 but . ‘ . . , \ Bray 7 .......... __G ______________ ,. Phillips; Bill Levett _____________ 122 The next regular meeting of Lo— , ,_ {7 Subs: Shelton—Wilson 2, Loon: Mrs. Carol Grunert . 122 ‘ (331 3‘8 W111 be hem Decombfl’ 13, _7 Chase, Pearce, Mauldcn, Port: Hugh Clark“- ......... ,_ 122 3115111055 Agent Salvage reminded} THE CHICAGO EVANGELIST Angeles —e Hooker, Feola,,iGe0rg'c Merrick ..... .. 122 members- Wbite. Vasilatos. Lockhart. 1%00 Parsons Jr. .. . 1221 '— SECOND TEAMS ', ruman Touglu‘ ..122,o , ' ' l Shelton (17) Port Angeles (15) Dan Wilson" ........... .. , 122 ‘V Bundlng Ijerlnllb ' The great radlo preacher of Rector 1 ________ ,r ________ _.R, Fenla 1‘George-.,;,M_cCreary 121, Issued Over Weekend ._ . g . H d 2.Gene Hanson _ _ _ _ . i -¢-— ‘ 4' . ' ' l l ' Eliff‘imfu M31233 5:1,enlta Cheney ._ Building permits were issued by Chllstlan Busmess Men 5 Committee _ .... D d 1 " Dewe Deer ..... H _ City Auditor Gordon Hendry over . ' _________ ________________ _. 2 Wanzn Ellison ._ the weekend to Charley Johnston Of Chlcago subs: Shelton—Chase 2, Bed--Bob Bell ...................... “11933” construction of a reSIGence narski. Collins. Port Ange-{Mrs Rolls. Halbert ................ .. 119‘ at Roosevelt and Stev?ns Street les-wBailev 2. Lockhart 2 and l Jim Hillier’“ ............................ ., 119 l Valued at $600 and to V‘OIet Getty 118:1"or alterations of a home at W. 1181 Franklin street at a cost of ap- . 118 , proximately $200. - l . r.-~__«H__a.—- v. llleOURNCArli/r'ant Ads are used byl I' Clarence Sewers Glen Ratcliff Eula Martin ........ .. Margaret LeDrew TONIGHT ' And Every Night except Monday a. flock of others. 2 More Sheltonians ‘10ates earr Heading For KOdlak Jurl‘e Be“ ' - - ~ 1181 scores of your friends and; , P M ~n‘s annua __._,._ ' He en Bampton - < - w 118, neighbors with great successl w. . ' I L". the Bock TWO more Mason County rem- Mrs.‘ F. A. Westfall 118 a. .-;._ .1 -11.- '__ . ,. lally presi dents have pointed their noses HOUIS Daniels ......... .. .. 117 Linda Wayman ...................... .. 113 ghools this north and departed for the land Kay Levett ......... u -— 117lGlen SOWCI‘S -------- 113i I. Laura F of big wages, They are Vearl Frank StinChfield .................... .. 117lVirginia Clark .... .. 112, brarian‘ Bennett (and Emery Merck, who Bob Bampton .......................... .. 116 I R0113, Hamel-t U 110‘ — designs left Saturday from Seattle for Eddie Hollatz . 116lFred Diehl Jr. .... .. 108 I , ., Anderson ‘ Kodiak to work on the Naval base now being constructed there. 115tVerle Schreibcr . 114‘ *‘Won 21 weekly prize. E. A. Duyff Bob Herzog nson ha‘ ‘ the cor . g' Tree CI Suspender H Orm abou 1‘ is a tI‘l Dle leaf. 1 3 each b0 {8‘ earner iflcates, w shelton ] " Tree ( and thy ted upon ember c to read t x i" to ea vl‘ead mor ten books v Were stud v Bordeau: .’ t0n junio: .‘gl‘tificate aldwin, l ., ,mbaugh, l I°ickens, eMCox, P . yers, Baldwin, 1 I'Iunter, P 11% Rhode atterson, Groshong : 91‘, Donal Norma I lfiburtz, Eells, Gaii r ’ 'Demman, rI Ann Val ,. « a Dimrr a 1 i} "nun-cum nsron man Jan. 31—at Montesano, 10:30 a.m. , Feb. 7——at Centralia, 10:30 a.i n1. Feb. 14~Centralia here, 10:30 a.m. Feb. 20—Aberdeen here, 2:30 p. m. . Feb. 28—Hoquiam here. 10 :30 1' am. l I iForFarms’.ForiBuSiIiess '._1ForToialDefétnseEffort ...:.: MELL CHEVROLET COMPANY 1st nd Grov Phone 114 x