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Page Four. SHELTON-MASQN COUNTY JOURNA Consolidated with The Shelton Independent Published every Tuesday and Thursday afternoon Meniher 01' Vfashingivt-n Newspaper Publishers' Association and National Editorial Association. Entered (is second—class matter ml the postofi‘ice at Shelton. W'ashington L l Subscription Rates: Mason Countv (outside of Shelton city mail carrier districts) I U months, $1.25: 3 months 75c. Foreign $3.50 per year. Postal- city mail carrier from “N MAIL: in $2 per year: regulations forbid residents of Shelton served by receiving their Journal by mail. Bl JOURNAL CARRIER: in Shelton, 25c per month (collected by carrier) or $2.50 per year in advance. GRANT c. ANGLE, Editor BILL DICKIEfNews Edit—0r —.=__— l i J. EBER ANGLE, Manager FDICIIARD wir’sdu, Adi/I‘Mgr’f I i i l OUR PLAYTIME IS OVER l Dusk is falling on the great American game, of baiting the other fellow, and passing the buck” the game being played by politicians, labor lead-l ers and business men for individual and class ad- vantage; but now that the country is in an all-out struggle which may mean life and liberty theref should be no tolerance for any group which hamp— ers our effort. In the recent years there has been all too; much of this political playing which has “robbedi ' Peter to pay Paul,” has stifled individual effort and thrift, and built up such high standards of, living that the country cannot much longer keep the upward pace and carry on the all-out war ef— fort that it is now plain America faces directlyl and not second-hand. i In this era there has been no thought of any-l thing but profits and more profits, in industry“ business and labor and in the continuous effort tol keep ahead of all upward trends and more than make ends meet; until now this country is enjoy- ing the highest and widest living conditions. the longest playtime periods, and the easiest living‘ in its historv as well as the least production for? its new standards of money values. It should go without the saying that this fool’s pace cannot be kept up always. and there; must be! a reaction in the American standards of " living, at least during the emergency if not later. for which the average citizen will of necessity if not otherwise be forced to trim his sails and con—i fine his spending to the more permanent thingsfl the more economical living, and turn his effort to more conservative government. x Back of the fighting men of America must bei a production machine unparalleled on earth and] geared to its limit of man-power and brain—power. I and far ahead of the time-wasting and political; handling of this great machine which so’far has! cost nearly one-third of our preparedness; yet to} support this war machine we must carry on atI home much as usual in order to provide the, “sinews of war,” and that is everybody’s job. I l i s l MEMORIAL TO ISADORE ZELLERBACH The November number of “The Years of Pa— per,” issued by the Crown Zellerbach Corporation, was a memorial edition dedicated to Isadore Zel- lerbach, leader of the corporation and of its sev- eral allied concerns, including Rayonier Inc., of; Shelton, who passed away in August. The book- let is a history of the Zéllerbach family and of the, paper industry of the PacificCoast centered atj San Francisco, which is interesting as a review ofl real pioneering, dating from the settling of An-; thony Zellerbach and his wife at Moore’s Flats, in; the California mining days of 31849. The book details the story of th V ing in paper products and, delivering to ’Friscol printers with a push cart, through the years of‘ association with the sons Jacob and Isadore and the discouragements, including the big fire which ,- wiped out stock and buildings, until energy andi persistence of father and sons branched out intoi many allied lines and industries now dominant in the worldofpa’per. Isadore, known among his as- sociates and :employes as “I. Z.,” as illustrating his close touch with those around him, Was born! in the little mining settlement 75 years ago, al-' though all his life and activities were in San Fran— cisco. Wm. D. Welsh, in charge of the public re- lations of the corporation, is author of the story, and the publication, which is a fitting tribute to a long and useful life, not alone in paper but in‘ civic affairs along the Pacific Coast as well, has. an historic value. e father start-i .. 1,, I I BUSINESS AS USUAL I There is nothing more likely to maintain the morale of the people in general than the carrying, on of business as usual, in the sense that buying and selling should be as near normal as condi-, tions admit for Christmas giving, with the added} obligation to spend what is possible for federall and private aid. The merchants have done their part in look-l ing ahead far enough to provide the goods for the I usual trade and perhaps have gone further in; buying for the days ahead in order that their‘ patrons may be as well protected in their needs as possible; and neither merchants or public should be disappointed in spite of extra war ca‘lls. It is just as important to keep up the home front and public morale in these times of more or less foreboding, as to keep a cheerful and well supported war front against any and all aggres- sors, not overlooking those around us who may need watching; and the spirit of Christmas‘as usual is equally important in keeping the peace front for children. l I I l l SHELTON—MASON COUNTY JOURNAL 'l‘IIgsday, December 23, 19 i Picking Pansies leas Tree Industryi‘ V‘ Taylor also drew a neat plaudit from the University of Wash- ington Daily,’which said, in speak- ing of a 31 to 23 victory thel frosh won over the Varsity re- serves: “Much credit for the low score of the reserves belongs to Bill Taylor and Bob Engstrom, frosh guards. Tavlor is a curly-haired shotmaker from Shelton, and an excellent team man.” BEST RECORD. FIRED It wasn’t his record that brought about the ousting of Jim Phelan as Washington’s football coach, that’s certain. It l I Was only a. cOuple of weeks ago Low 4:33 am. 1.7 ft': conditions. By adding distilled that some scribe somewhere on Wed. High 11:36 am_ 152 ft. l water you get the blood for life- the Pacific Coast made a sum- Dec. 24 Low 3:15 p‘m‘ 4.4 ft. giving transfusions. This blood "131W 0f the records._ Of a” High 11:34 p,m_ 10.9 ft. plasma was rushed to Hawaii by 1 coast conference football teams Clipper and it is being widely used 3 over the past ten years and , . ifor treating the wounded in our way up that on top was Wash— Th 1114.0? 12:32 'a‘m' , armed forces.” 3 ington with more games won D “5'25 L‘g1 7:2}; a'm' 3‘6 ft"? * ~—7~#~————-# l and less games lost than any ec' 0w p'm' ' ' ' 1 l gghiegdconference rival In that High 117 am. 10.7 ft R Commercial ' . Friday Low 6:31 a.m. 4.5 ft.I . ‘ Phelan coached the Huskies . _ . 41 , . v . . . , throughout that entire nerlod. Dec' 26 Ifgh 33:2; 1"” E ectligggNg033act°rs l as much In your printed message as it does plus a couple additional sea- , 0w p'm‘ ‘ I High 2-58 am 11 2 ft NO firms? Tim small in our 6 r s o 11 a1 solicitation When ou i one 00 ar 'e " ,, Mac’s Corner And ’Sat. Low 7:42 a.m. 5.7 ft. 8 y p y‘ Dec. 27 High 1251 p.m. 14.0 ft. I M 11’ T t Low 9:13 p.m. 1.9 ft. ‘ . send out your sales message IN PRINT, 1t- ars a S WlS . H h——,5 12 t . o o a.m. f . . ‘- CommerCIal Vise Sun. pow 8:55 am. 6.4 it. 1 must have all the briskness, appearance and lDec. 28 High 2:34 p.m. 13.7 ft. COMMERCIAL LEAGUE LOW 9:56 p.m. 1.1 ft. ' , w. L. Pct. good taste as. your high priced well-dressed Texaco .................... -21 18 .538 l M ngh 1.3%: am. 13.: g. 4-E‘ Dair ....20 19 .513 011' 0W 3 3"m- ‘ - Mambané In _______ __19 20 .487 Dec.‘ 29 High 3:13 p.m. 13.5 ft. Convenient Terms l salesmen, that’s If you want them both to-do Mao’s Comer __________ ..18 21 .462‘ LOW 10:33, Pm. 0-5 ft. High Scores _ , f. 1 . b . . .g . Game—A1 Ferrier 235. High 5:59 a.m. 13.6 ft. a irst c ass JO of selling. Printing of this Total—Jess Daniels 556. guesgo Hm; 1323(7) gm 1;: g. Reasonable Rates For the second week in a row, ec- 1g 3 ‘m' - ' ' . - second division teams staged Dav- LOVY 11:08 P-m- '01 ft. . type 1-5 deshgned and prOduced 1n the mOdern‘ ‘id and Goliath acts to further H_gh 6 37 am 142 ft ‘ tighten up an already badly 1 i t - _ I, , squeezed commercial league bowl- wed- LOW 11344 3-m~ 72 ft: and Well manned plant Of the "ml 15 o. .21.- mg race Thursday night, leaving I Dec. 31 High 4:26 p.m. 13.3 ft. . the four oteams crowded within 3. LOW 11341 P-m- '0~5,ft~ Mason County Savmgs , three-game spread as the trund- ‘1' y ' ' lersflpalllgd ofg hostilities until aft-.l Journal Want—Ads get cash & Loan Association . ‘ 91' 8 CW ear- "rom those who want 0 r- “Don'l ' _ , . ; , ; : Tailend Mac’s Corner put thel Vants.” y Title Insurance Bldg ' bite on leading Texaco Firechiefs ‘, as Joe Bednarski and Fred Snel-i grove fattened their averages, while Marshall‘s Insurancemen two-oned second place 4-E Dairy in the other match of. the night' as Merv Wingard and Lefty Vanl Beek padded their individual fig-, ures rather lustily. Worthington saved the dairymen. from a shut- out with a nice string. The individual scoring: s (2)] 4-E Dairy Marshall’ Handicap 210 Handicap 194 l Skerbini 468,Van Beck 4821 Worthington 528,Wingard 47 81 v. Savage 501; Daniels 5561 ‘ C. Savage 403i Workman 502 , Fourre 449 O'Dell 462 i I 882 839 838 2559865 924 885 2674i IDIaC‘s (2) Texaco (1) l Handicap 294 Handicap 593 i Tingstead 423, Dummy 426 1' I F. Snelgrove 420 M. Miller 471 l l Warner, 428l Dummy 420 ‘ ‘ Bednarski 420 Funk 464 Peterson 491 A. Ferrier 543 ' 824 798 854 2476 788 728 867 2383i Here In, Magi). Slicllon‘s Christmas [rec it“)I try was given :I hit of Ii’ati recognition recently with .‘the ", Ilicuiion iu the December cd', 101' Automobile Facts. maga published by the Automobile quucturcrs Ass'n., of :I pictur a truck owned by W. E. Kes =5 Shelton shown unloading Ch, ,mas trees into a freight ca the Northern Pacific dopot he CITY HOOP l.00l*, ' DRUGSTSTS. LEAD I l I I . gFill-Ins Play‘ [For Three Squads ' Saturday; McConkey Cou- tinues Undefeated ! l I CITY BASKETBALL LEAGUE l , W L PF PA wvwgi _ McConkey Pharm. ..4- 0 152 107.» — ‘Kimbel Oil .............. ..4 1 170 108I J. ‘ 4-E Dairy ................ ..2 2 126 136i The Abstract Man I ,5"FMcCleary Timber ..l 2 51 103, r i i ‘L. M. .......................... ..l 3 113 114 , ‘zwnson-s Cafe .......... ..o 4 112 156, E M350“ county *withdrawn from league. Games Tonight 7:30—4—E Dairy vs. Wilsmi‘s. 8:30—L. M. vs. McConkey’s. No Games Wednesday Games Saturday 7:30—L. M. vs. 4-E Dairy. 8:30—Wilson’s vs. McConkey. Games Monday, 7:30—7L. M. vs. Wilson's. l 8:30—4-E Dairy vs. Kimbel. , Pre - Christmas preoccupation ‘, must have kept most of the city lleague basketball boys at otherI i duties Saturday night as three out I ‘of four teams scheduled to play, ithat night did so with pick up‘; lineups. 5 ‘ Out of the skirmishes, McCom’, lkey Pharmacy,~ fielding its regs-1. ,ular lineup, kept its record cleani lwith a 46-t0 30 victory over a — é makeshift 4-E Dairy quintet, and. I the L. M. conquered Wilson’s Cafe, A. L. BELL ,7 Abstracts, Real Esta? Loans and ,Insuranc '4 BELL BUILDING SHELTON, I l 1 i i I I l rSnowballs are usually associat- ed with December, but Fred— erick Meinig, 6, of Wyomissing, 1 333 t 24, ‘n the battle of the} , _ l winlfss. I i Pa., picks panSIes instead on the i Slight Murray Taylor, former grounds of the Reading Public e hardiest Museum, during the recent un- iP.L.C. athlete, took the night’s] usual warm spell. jindividual scoring honors with a, For Reservations (Phone 480’ Children 75¢ .r. a " d l " ' av ' DON‘T TAKE TH" “fit” was is t .. .. "G .I; . ,5 cog in eepmg e p armacn ‘a 'or II c at org I I n 6 1-118; 3 I- n l lundefeated. Edward Smithson was in love ‘ I BIMOIO Anouler blg pomt swung?! hOW'I with Marion Holmes. They were ever‘ ,falled to save.W‘lsons Cifei going to get married. But. they . from 1115 f°Prth‘_S”algg1tu§?feftI orl'g quarreled. Just a lover‘s till. but Gene Burgfi’ynes 14 .K'S. .01)?“ l they took a long time making it ”—" anything the L. Mi. Individuals. . H TAYLOR BOOST? SOHS- could do. Homer Cooper. Marv: “ll—00 KENS. 11": factul‘uft'y yv‘als Nifty little p g Leo Lassen Yet, despite that record, Phe— Morgan and Mickey McGuire com- after the quantififi‘d‘Mld an,“ “I? whad in his P.—I. column Tuesdayi Ian’s dismissal strikes a pop— , bined their scoring efforts to off-' “on have man‘le at “3C MC‘h‘KhFl morning for Bill Taylor, Shel—l ular chord with the fans out , set Burgoyne’s work. church at Knott laud, England. He ton's first contribution to the: here “in, the sticks,” who have ' The lineups: I is now 76. she 73. ’ Washington fresh basketball squad never “taken too" the Husky L. M. (33) Wilson's (24) I ww—rww—fl in many a moon. grid mentor very enthusiastic- i Schérmer g3 .... ....... Waltonli TAKEdA CHAINCEt—twhen v. 11 case ou s ort -l all . ‘, Mc uirc .......... ._ urgoyne . per ay W1 p_ro ec you i :_ e to missyit, WE quitiaisegappen I inmost without exception the , When me? are fightmg and .Aikens ............ ._C ...... .. Carrigan 2' while you are traveling? S ce ‘ [,1 “Tubby Graves, ' ' ’ Washing_I comment this observer has re— 1 dying. YOU mUSt '30 your part“ lgéogggr’i?“ 8 g ------- Herb Angle' Agent - ton freshman basketball coach, is “eived 0n the Phelan dismis- ‘ Be sure you enlist your DOL- """"""" " , , p H j g5 I , i H I , V , grooming some height for Hec! Sal “ms something like “Well. LARS for DEFENSE. Back our will?“ 1,: gafLeEIEWI-Mw (3m ggfiflfJf- rwfiwxflflaflfixfigfiflaflwwxfi. , Edmundson’s varsity hoop family; they’ve finally done it. They I ‘ (’ n v‘ " - ' . l‘g . - . I i I u ' armed forces—and protect, your Somers 8 ...... .F ........ .. McGu1re 2 § . ; a year hence, With the pick of the| Should have "mg 3g“ l i T 1 16 F Schirmer 12 {Q T H 7’ ‘7 lot-win Graves’ opinion—-1) e i n g‘, Rafe are the Phelan sympar 1 own life—With every Slngle 6-01" 3y or ‘ ' ' ' ' ‘ ' " Tate R j 0 e a i Charley Shaferv who towers Sixl thizers out here “in the sticks.” ,' lar and dime you can, Valley l ' I feet, four and one—half inchesfHel, “ “ ' . d V- r Cooper 6% V hails from Oakville . . . A yearlingl HITS HOME , Amenca mu“ have 9' Stea y lgeb McConke g~Rqueu 4 ‘ from Montana_Hector Brown} National defense has pricked; flow of money pouring in every F u Wilson 'y “ is ‘ - who soars Six feet, three inchesi its haY'POOH mto the City baSket‘l day to help beat back our ene- Jacre : ' from the maple boardsflis anoth_1ball league and has caused the; . SECOND ROUND CITY , . . er promising Husky frosh 03,105-, withdrawal of the McCleary Tim-I mles' IEAGUE SCHEDULE ‘f date- Graves says the bESt 0f the l her entry! one Of the league's fir-St 1 PIN? Dimes into Defense The second round of play, com- Colossal ‘Ripe Olives w. Celery en branchc pi {gist h9f fhe EZ'Player rOSter of! onflfleégbeljs’ due $00 thef tdfpartuie, Stamps. And put Dollars into pleting the first half schedule, for g? Salad D‘jour. as Ing.on ireshmen basketeers; ~ mdny mém 91‘s 0 INS years Y 'the City basketball league f01_ . Roast Turkey Old Fashioned Dressmg are: 3111 Taylor from Shelton,£1meup that “Qt enough are 10ft‘ Bonds‘ Buy now Buy every iows- ' Baked Ham »4 Spiced Grapes Dale GronSdahl and Bing Dam: to carry on' , l pay day- Buy as Often 35 you Dec, 22‘_L, M. vs. McConkey. ' Snowflake Potatoes. Asparagus Tips w— Buttercd Cori gsllgnsl3t°kflnei {30th EngStl‘OH’fifl‘OmE l\llaI\I/'rv1 Morgan, Bob Bednarski. can. Dec. 27vv4-E Dairy vs. L. M.,l ‘ , Orange R0115 COEfBe e er ons s a e prep ~c amp- and c Mor an, all'm mb . f ' . ‘V ‘ ions of last winter. Kermit Eisen- this year’s (5111), have eansitirgé Don’t take this 157an down- Dxllggigé'Myciéngsgson' 4.13 I V DESSERT "IOUF, Wally Eldridge, and Bllllllncle Sam's call to arms. The, Dairy vs, Kimbel. ' Hot Mince or Pumpkin Pie. wit-h Whipped Cream BFOORS Irom Ssattles Roosevelt‘ timber squad had only eight play-, , n Jan, 3—Kimbe1 vs. McConkey, ' Butter Rum Sundae ~s Ice Cream ~-- Sherbet hlfih school . .,. crs to start out with, so the ‘ Dried BiOOd P185111“ 4.1.; Dairv vs. Wilson. it loss of’ three like that leaves too? thin a margin to go forward with. l Dissolution of the McClearyi Timber team leaves the L. M. as, the lone survivor of the original list of sponsors in the first city, basketball league as it is known' Jan. 5——4—E Dairy vs. McCon- key, Kimbel vs. Wilson. Jan. 7—L. M. vs. Kimbel. Saving Wounded Men In Battle of Pacific: War—wounded American soldiers l and civilians are being given life— Per plate $125 4%: If l .——,u——' ——_ l saving blood transfusions in Pearl today. Rayonien another of the; Harbor and Honolulu from sup—l original entrants, dropped out as‘, 91195 kept in a Red cross bIOOdl a Sponsor this year, too. I bank maintained in San Francis— ‘ l co, it was revealed in Seattle Fri- Tides of the Week ,day by Nyles I. Christensen, Red }Cross disaster relief director for Computed for Oakland Bay (Hood Canal tides are one hour [the Pacific area. & 55 minutes earlier) «1 Appearance l “This blood is scientifically pro- I cessed into dried plasma,” he said. E“It doesn’t have to be typed. It 1, keeps indefinitely under proper l Counts _.___.__.___._.~——.__.__‘_~_.__.,~VL. a... w. -v .‘ e.._r-__1._c._.,__ __ SHIP YOllR FREIGHT BY BOAT FAST FREIGHT SERVICE WITH noon DELIVERY IN SHELTON Seattle Freight should be routed via Str. Indian, Ferry Dock, Tacoma Freight via Str. Skookum Chief, Milwaukee Dock. No. " t: Call. The JOURNAL p when you need printing l Phone 100 Time, Schedule as follows: 107 8. Fourth Leaves Tacoma daily, exccept Sumlay, at 5 p.m. for Olympia and Shelton Arrives Shelton daily, except Sunday CLARENCE CARLANDER, President PUGET SOUND FREIGHT LINES .. ..._.»_ .1.......,.‘i....~......".n. .4. . ... ..