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'szig'c Six McCleary Timber Highclimbers Win l ' )4. (mm [0 1Earw’i:,Itigtllg‘dsptdrlyedlthe Shelton Highclimbers to their second wm of the season, already the most ‘successful the Highclimbers have ‘had since 1938~39, when his six- teen points were the torpedoes which sunk the Eatonville Cruis- ,ers by a 31 to 32 count in or rected that the MeCleary Timber thriller-packed practice skirmish company bargain upon request'here Saturday evening. with the international V‘Voodworkfi Loop had played tine fun S60 “‘5 ‘71 hymen”! ("LOW 35 rel" ‘ 0nd team game, in which he scored resentativa of employes at its seven pomts as the Highdimber ml” hem m Shelton reserves lost a 28 to 23 verdict, Propargtur'y to following out the: but when he was sent in to spell. NiL-RB- (lQCiSiCH- LOG“ 33 LIV“ Starter Earl Lumsden in the first A.. called a meeting of all quarter- he couldn't miSS_ " Film“; 8110;119:325 {9" By the end of the half he had .i:..0 o clrici; luesday internoon 1n hung. up ten points and had mp_ pel in five of the six basketsl lbOl' Temple at which ar- " i ‘ "‘ i i d an . . . . In“ “1‘1 be Ta 8 to Op credited to the entire Highclimber According to Associated Press dispatches dated from VVashing- ton. D. 0, Saturday. the National Labor Relations Board has di- ‘1 ’1 s \(" " I r: Vyvv' I4 A n n‘ fbi02'(mcfl' jfilth“ team, which trailed at the restl “n ‘ ‘ "‘“n [‘1 p“°"‘,‘ . period. 17 to 24. employer; not as yet alflllaced, ‘In the second canto young Loop took up where he left off .lcd a Shelton rally which quickly. . , 'wioed out. Eatonville’s lead and ' i" , "rl'l‘s‘r‘. t"li,“, ‘ . . ‘ ’7, 1):“,2'? p"";)‘ {1:1 to‘ ‘12“, brought the Highclimbers e 29- .“. . . :.:- .i.;:‘ ‘i-xi“ ‘ . 1‘ O '6 I) L "a ‘ .20 advantage to open the final — A 1' . Vv A gent } "(.1 this the L. Businc Th 4." Eljiiov~idl€iigat§§g ‘l'~""."rt"- The CWT?“ fé“ m" fawnthc mum and to par; backj points behind a_ bit later but.‘ “,m‘ycs “ shaved the margin to two just ‘ 5 ' before the final gun. I ##7A 7“‘ r— l The, Higl‘iclimbcr defense finic- ltioned with precision throughout :thc second half. holding the Safeway Building . 0 la 7 , I iiifl '_ ‘0‘! ' l . I l fdirtlsctuqiarctlr :mod Tdfdgitgciftht lthe entire half. A building permit issued todayl Big: Jim Toby emniovea his by City Auditor Gordon Hendryi turn-around shot effectively to to Roy Gaaslin of Bellingham re- lead the Highclimber reserves in veals the valuation placed uponltheir losing but interesting pl‘c— the new Safeway Store buildingiliminary battle. The lineups: to be erected at First and Rail-i FIRST TEAMS “road on the present site of thclShelton (34) Eatonvillcmm old Currie home is $25,000. lWoods 8 ........ .F .... .. Muikan 4i Gunslin last week was awarded Inimsdcn . . __.F , Lorentzen 3 Z the contract to construct the j ‘Wilson 1 .. .C' .. Paulis 2 new building. Construction is 5 Fri Iicon 2 .... .. .G Morris 13 i expected to begin this Week EIS‘Phillips . , . . .. \Nilliams 2 the .old home has been stripped of; Subs: Sheltonwlmop 16, Co— al! .ltS furnishings preparatory to l, burn 1, Phillips 4, Chase 2. Pearce. razmg.’ lEatonvillem—VVhitman 6. Hoskowa Another building permit issuedl2, Van Eaton. by Hendry recently was taken' SECOND TEAMS out by Verl Schrieber for im- Shelton (23) Eatonvillc- (28) provements to his home at Bound- Maulden 2 .... _F __________ ,, Morgan 3 arv and Arcadia streets valued at 2 Chase 4 _ ______ n F 777 A, Thompson 3 $400 ,Toby 9 .......... ..C .' . Whitman 3’. >~~~~777 ——~—— —~— Loop 7 ........ ,_ ,G ,,,,,,,,,,,, ., Mori 1 Plemons ........ ..G .... Williams 7 l Subs: Shelton—~Coburn 1. Bed- ' narski, Rector. Eatonviller~Van Eaton 3. Hotes 2. Johnson 3. Col— fyer 3, Bloom, Brewer, Hendrick- ' SOIL ? MISSED CRIPPLES REDUCE SHELTON SCORE " AT BREM. Bremerton, Dec. 18. Bremer- .ton's 40 to 17 margin over the lShelton Highclimbers here Thurs- !day night would have been very lmuch shortened had the visitors lbeen able to make good on many ., lcripple shots which they earned Lam—W lagainst the Wildcat defense. Bottle ' I The Highclimbers actually play— ‘ led better ball against the de- ' l fending state champions than they did in their gym dedication game ,at Shelton two weeks before de- ;spite the fact that the Wildcat margin of victory was slightly l i l KENT mango ' MURB‘W ‘ m-m . .. Road—I Crews .at all. Near Dewatto As Storm Aftermathl i __ l By Mrs. P. W. Nance l The county road crew took out? i about fifty trees, ranging in size; lfrom six inches to two feet, Mon—1 dav and Tuesday, and clearing thei road of brush. Wednesday they’ were repairing washouts and put- ting in culverts. The camp work- i ers were all late getting to work Monday and some didn't get there” In fact the Sunday night| storm played havoc out here, but no lives were lost. so it might have been worse. Several people awakened by the sharp peals of thunder thought there was an air; raid, and we were being bombed.i Mrs. Bert Carney’s mother of Illinois who is spending the win—' ter with them, has been very illl for the past two weeks. Nll'. and Mrs. Minard Babcock', spent last weekend with Minard’si mother, Mrs. H. M. Press in Ta-j coma. ' Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Babcockl visited with her parents, Mr. and-1 Mrs. V. Vitol at Vaughn Sunday.L Mrs. Homer Good and small son,- Johnnv, Mrs. Pat, Simpson. Mrs. Lief Beckman and Mrs. P. W. Nance. called on Mrs. Minard Bab- i, cock Tuesday afternoon. Monroe Nance built a shed for! Mr. Wharton’s little billy goat he,l (Mr. VVhartonl just bought ini Belfair. The little billy goat seem- l ed to be having a tough time in? this rainy weather. I understand' Mr. Wharton has heart-trouble and can endure only a very littlei phvsical exertion. Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Nance en- i l tertained Mr. and Mrs. Walter Moore of Holly, to dinner and‘ Mrs. Nance had her house and table decorated with Christmas evergreens, and red and silver Mrs. George. Cunningham cele- 13th. Mr. George. Cunningham is hav- ing a lot of dental work done the past few weeks. and has had to make several trips to Shelton for that purpose. Here‘s wishing a Merry Christ- mas to all my readers. and a Mer- is getting in some good licks in the Pacific. First Game With Scoring Splurge Eatonville, Dec. 20.—Shooting with more effectiveness than they’ve displayed in years, Shel- ton junior high hung up its first basketball victory of the current season, a 29 to 25 verdict over Eatonville here Saturday evening as a preliminary game to the ‘ greater. ' The Wildcat second team Scorch— ed the twine for a. 50 to 15 vic- tory in the preliminary as red- lheaded Al Kean dunked in 23 points. The lineups: FIRST TEAMS Bremerton (40) Shelton (17) Devaney 4 .......... .. Woods 5 Volz 5 Lumsden 2 Wiley 14 Wilson 3 Wright 7 .. .. Fredson 2 Romberg 4 .... ..G ................ .. Chase Subs: Bremerton—McCarty 2, lEathorne 4. Pease. Shelton Loop 2, Phillips 3. Coburn. ‘ SECOND TEAMS Shelton (15) Bremerton (50) lMcCartv 13 ....F ............ .. Plemons iKean 23 ........ ..F.. Loop 2 1 .Romberg .F .............. .. Coburn fl iPease 2 ........ .1: ______ .. Maulden 2 Thompson 3 '._G .......... .. Rector 1 . Subs: Bremertonmstottlebow- {er 7. Scofe 2. McNeil. Shelton“ lPhillips 3, Temple. Bednarski, nannsrows msnuxm’. Inn. Bourbon Spring 1 c in Tob 6. Nelson (‘ounly Ii», I'd). Burdglown. Ky. ’ ROblnuon 1' C011 5' y Outdoor Play . . . . and _ MILK for Health Mill-{‘3 an important winter food—hot or cold—in prepared foods or as a beverage. Be sure to allow a quart a day for each child—a pint for each grownup—to assure adequate vitamin intake and nutrition. We deliver to your address. 4-: DAIRY I PHONE 216-J-1 first and second team high school games between Shelton and Eaton- ville. Les Savage led the rather as- tonishing display of offensive power on the part of the Shelton juniors with 12 points with Joe Parsons counting eight. Shelton ran up a 10 to 2 margin in the first quarter and was never head- ed, although Eatonville pulled the half time count to 18-14 and the third quarter margin to 24-22. The Shelton cagers were ef-i fective at, both long and short" range. In the abSence of their regular coach, Hugh Clark, who is on a Christmas trip to Iowa. the Shelton juniors Were handled bv Varsity Coach Frank Willard. The lineups: Shelton (29) Eatonvllle (25) Bob Smith 2 Kawata 3 Parsons 8 ...... Retter 5 Lumsden ........ Davie 6 Savage 12 .... Hotes 3 Howarth 2 .... ..G .......... .. Scurlock Subs: Shelton —— Peckham 4, Daniels Tl. Viger. Eatonville —— Wally 2. Bloom 4, Rease 2, Hagan, Para, Schmit. 1N0 String Dandy, Don’t forget, for if you have i union‘s territory, So This Reminder We can’t tie a string around the fingers of all those who have news and advertising copy to sub- mit for the next three issues of The Journal, so we'll just have to make another reminder in this fashion of the advanced publica- tion dates for the forthcoming trio of editions. Wednesday will bring you your Christmas Eve edition, while be- cause of the occurrence of New Years Day on Thursday of next week both the issues will come out a day ahead of normal, or on Monday and Wednesday. news or advertising copy to be printed in those issues we‘ll have to receive it one day earlier than normal. _._________t Bob Gallagher Named O.A.P.U. Organizer The Capital Counties Old Age Pension Union now has an offic- ial organizer in R. J. “Bob” Gal- lagher, Lost Lake goat rancher, who was recently chosen to cover the four counties comprising the Mason, Thurs- ton, Lewis and Grays Harbor counties, during his spare time. Mr. Gallagher has been supplied with a large model car for his traveling needs which has been registered as an emergency am- bulance to serve in time of need. The new organizer is also al- lowed an expense account but is *not paid for his time. Part of ,his duties are to coordinate the pension unions’ activities with na- tional defense. READIVIITTED T0 HOSPITAL Soph Jacobsen, Matlock grocer, was readmitted to Shelton Hos- pital Friday for further medical attention. .be “The Light of the World." ; curds Saturday evening. , tinsel draped across the windows. i I l l i rv Christmas to Uncle Sam who. EVENTS LISTED . {W . ' Bus; lLUTHERAN XMAS : On Christmas Eve, Dccemberl 24, 7:30 p.m., the annual Chil-i dren’s Service in Mount Olive] Lutheran Chapel on Hillcrest;l gifts after services for all chil-f dren. l Christmas Day services will be; held December 25, 11:00 a.m. For, Christmas Eve in the Children’s‘, services, as Well as in the sermonl on Christmas Day, the theme of the festival in song and story will‘ The annual Christmas Party for; the Junior Walther League is; slated for Monday, December 29. and for the Senior Walther Lea- gue on Sunday, December 28, the latter to adjourn to attend the: evening services that day in a body. Every Sunday morning and) evening, 11:00 a.m., and 7:00 p. m., divine services at the Luther- an Church on Hillcrest. l Special Christmas broadcast ofI the Lutheran Hour can be heard over the Mutual network on Christmas Day. December 25,, atI 8:15 a.m. This broadcast comes' to Shelton every Sunday noon atl 1:00 p.m.. KOL, KMO, KGY. PLANNING COUNCIL MEETING TUESDAY 1 Switching from their noon luncheon meetings, the Masoni County Planning Council will hold‘ its December session Tuesday eve— ning at eight o’clock in the office of County Agent Clinton Oker—l strom, council secretarv, in the basement of the postoffice build- ing in,_Shelton, according to no-il tices mailed to all council mem-I bers by the secretary late last week. ‘ brated her birthday the 12th. Herl daughter, Mrs. Elva Price, andl Mrs. Clara Matson. both of Shel-i too. were houseg’uests 12th and' l 1 Jr. Hi. Captures l l l I l l s. . I I 0‘ of 1 cent. l l l , l SHELTONrMASON ‘ AKE, Tadvcrtised can of soup which you purchase from your grocer for 10 cents. Then ask your neighbor how much of that 10 cents goes for advertising. She’ll probably say— l “Oh, about 1 or 2 cents” or “10 , 19,20, Percent-’3 . , l Where you can dorrect l a great American illusion. i I 1 The actual cost is only 36/1000 But here’s something else you can mention. Actually adVCrtisin g aéwrfi: its CannedSoup . I I I I I I Popular Soft Drink C OUNTY JOURNAL L l MARRIAGE ucnsrs i and Dorothy L. Patterson, 20, Ta- coma, at Seattle, Dec. 17. V’Villiam D. Stillwell, 35, Puy- allup, and Dorothy Howell, 37, Morristown, S. D., at Shelton, Dec. 17. Palmer Roberts, 29. and Doro- thy Oliver LaBarr, 26, both of Shelton, at Shelton, Dec. 18. Alexander Grant, 63, and “Ian- nita French. 37, both of Shelton, at Shelton, Dec. 18. Robert E. Pettis, and Rhea B. Mills, both of Shelton, at Olym- pia, last week. Earl F. Hendrickson, Shelton. and Clara E. Messner, Tacoma, at Tacoma, Dec. 19. Charles 0. Ervin, 32, Aberdeen. and Alma Ball. 36, Centralia, at Shelton. Dec. 19. Harry Harvey, 25, and Elaine Prante, 19, both of Elma, at Shel- ton, Dec. 20. i : Waldo Vasbinder, 35, and Dellai Keys, 28. both of Eugene. Ore-‘ gon, at Shelton. Dec. 20. Three~i day wait waived by order of Judge 0. F. Wright. l l l Rudolph N. Holmes, 28, Shelton, l l l i l l i i l Turkeys Awarded At Eagles Weekly Dance i Marilyn Prante and Russell; Gunter were awarded the turkey, prizes at the weeklv Eagles dance; lheld at Shelton Vallev last Satur-i lday night. Manager Ray Morkert; announced this morning. i l FLU PATIENT ADMITTED Mildred Ross, secretary at thel Olympic Plvwood plant, was ad: mitted to Shelton Hospital last Thursday as a flu patient. RETURNS FROM KODIAK Donald Rose. son of Mr. and Mrs. Buford Rose, arrived home from Kodiak, Alaska, yesterday just in time to enjoy Christmas at home. He was able to “come out.“ due to the fact that he had purchased his ticket before the outbreak of the Pacific \Var. YOUNG ESTATE SETTLED Judge D. F. Wright signed a decree settling and approving the final account of report of Mrs. Kathleen Young, executrix of the estate of her late husband, Harry A. Young, and a decree of dis- tribution and discharge of the executrix. APPRAISERS APPOINTED Harry Carlon, James Watson, and Harry Moyer were named ap- praisers of the estate of the late Mrs. Thea Lankester in a super— ior court order signed Saturday by Judge D. F. Wright. HOME FROM—CHICAGO Glenn Landers, Jr., student at 'Northern Illinois College of Op- tometry, arrived home from Chi- cago Saturday to spend the Christ- mas holidays. He drove a new car west for a purchaser to earn his transportation. CHIMNEY FIRE PUT OUT City firemen were summoned to the home of R. T. Watson at Fifth and Laurel streets early Fri- day evening to extinguish achim- ney fire. No damage resulted. 70km," Mung: 0DJQUIDXIABLEI’S. SAD/E, NOSE DROPS r A great medical aufhurlt) was asked by a layman what was. in his opinion. the worsr en- emy to human health His in- stant and unhesil‘ating replv wastEGLECT He «en! on (0 say that many people 'leI as it they though: thedouo’r‘wus gonng to Create some son oi condition by the mere act of examination and diagnosis ' You may have fears abour you! health that your doctor can DISPEL upon examination Every busy doctor has many such cases. and is happy m give his patient a reassuring clean “bill of health ' Bul the FINDING oi arondiiion enables you to build up your heallh defenses in nme Just conscrously .or unconsciously; pulling ofl verifying a iUSplClOn IS not only lack of physical and mental courage -~hul u CONS many valuable lives. \our doctor has no way oi compelling you to take care of your health go in him or send for III") for a general check-up OI painful condition. do not NEGLECT it. O ‘ RICHARD E. GEE “Telling the Public Aboui 0.923 7 , i _How much do fi__lfll.fllt’ advcrtisin g costs 3’ l 100 to lyour guess! for instance, a widely I l ‘ r l works ,with most articles, autos, ‘ soap, cameras, hose, cté‘fi Icost because-“without the wide volume of sales brought about by advertising, the soup couldn’t be .ro/dfor 10 cents. In fact, this soup 15 years ago cart you 12 cent: retail. Advertising by expandin g distrib- ution and increasing sales made economies possible which cut Cents ‘03 the retail price \ Advertising is the Working man’s friend, the low income man’s friend because it continu- ally acts to lower the cost of living. 3 "Cb-ines- up, correct the illufiidiithctuf In the long run it actually costs' nothing but is absorbed by the economies it makes possible- economies which are passed on to you in the form ‘of lowergprices, better value and better service. WIIIII to do! F1 RST"- Make advertising your r ,’ l) advertising cart: lot because it doem’t. Show them how it lowch prices by expanding sales and effecting the economies of mass distribution. TYPICAL EXAMPLES OF THE COST OF ADVERTISING . T fine .rma/lmm: make mas: dzlrtfl'éution pouzZ/e, lower cart: afgaodx to you, the comm‘mr‘ Fresh Milk a I I O a I a a u 7/100 of“: per quart 36/1000 of W per can! u. u . . 16/1000 of": per glass Automobiles. . . u 4¢ per dollar of F.O.B. price Home Furnishings I O . 13¢ per dollar of F.O.B. price Bed=SheeI 0". I .1. . (1.75 value) 1¢ per sheet of the] PACIFIC ADVERTISING ASSOCIATION, in cooperation with the following organizations? ‘ ev TOBOCCO I I I I--I I I I I I I I IIK¢ per'pdckoge" APPIQSIIIIIIII'IIIII._‘,I.I¢P§rb9X Peus&PruneI . '. . O u o I I . . .. 75¢.per ton Oranges . . o I I n a . 4/lO-of1¢perdozon WOICIIOS l I I I I I I l I I I . .5¢ peri$2iiemi3~ shoe‘lllllliDIICI‘I25¢POI'$IOPOII' The lufisiliun or CONSUMER FACTS}; i v an; " ap ears weeld inthli l.-..f______-h- .4— '«Tl, " He can only give you his help when you either (30 to him at regular intervals ll 'llt‘l'i‘ is some kind of suspicious 8w E I a be R6 9 P n o p . llllllli PHESCllll’llllllS IS lHE IllllSl llllPlllllfllll Pfilll [ll (lllll BUSIllESS UEi AXE: R01 -I Comp nion This Taxes To On Gre erty ks of w it rolls a _8 week '32 coln an i Dutcher, 0“ county and a find ti treasur '- king oui y tax si assessor 6 increz 3? Valuations n 941, yet “ assesse than las Way of ;; ncoln p0 _; ed valu ,ygbally to i ' Value 01 ,lmprovemi . “ y throui gt year. ~f Showed : 3.11941. "ll mberlar ;. res werl j» le on v a?‘ s, but with a- to Spar i ‘ berland , decrease of the r}- I‘ i the C( decreaSi against and hulls. sh i? In the ' ‘ ent wi ‘ a drop r ation *' now fm "v‘ 2 valu: y is is: J 0n the ,3 14.1123: , the City 1.1 totais $2 ,3 f $37,31i f; ed. Cari f. further, in ma: 5 on y n have t i -‘ “Dectiw ? 340.23! 375 anc‘ t three a. or 5‘ t for P.U and 5% i . {district