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Page Six 4-16, ( reamrry Not To Iii-sliver Thursday II": (it live" hf.” “Ti * OII’I 37:1..0‘1 f v (.‘Iuann ry \VI‘il b: rlmihleii '1'» I,‘ Ira" so that (-nitiluyes; of The tum dairy firms wl.l hr 'i‘olw to trim}: New Years Dav :is It holiday, it unis announc- ed today. so patrons will not re- ceive their milk deliveries Thurs‘ (lav but will get double rations Wednesday. X“ \‘l BABY RELATED HERE Grays Hailizir's first Christmas Day I. In burr. to Mr. ii‘iil‘ Mi ' d of Pacific nus morning lson of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Ecuin of llarstine island, and it grandson of Mrs. M. E. Nicholson of Agate. If you ‘~\’ish to Sell you’ll Have to ’i‘ell Journal \‘v'anthds. ‘70 Relieve :W rLo’s QUALITY MARKET GROCERIES FRESH MEATS FRUITS FINEST FOODS AT BEST PRICES l I HOC DSPORT H‘i-ntinuml from I':I'_’,I- Hm"! f-l-i luiirzv‘ Fiwlson again played the low role in the Highi‘limber defense. Jen”. Philles turned in (Hi all :ii‘vvui‘nl strong performance, too. ~l’rr‘dson Stops Scorer Floyd LeBaroti, Tiger forward. kept Ccntralia in the lead most of the first half with three nifty shots from the corners but he didn't fare so well in the second half when Fredson took over iii.- task of checking him. The Highclimbers gt a bi) d with two fast baskr'ts but the- Ivisitors bagged one of their own to go out in front. by a single ipoint again. That was their last ‘ taste of being front runner. how- ever, for Shelton came back to build up a 22 to 16 margin by the end of the third canto and wid- ened that steadily in the final period as Wilson and poked home a steady stream of v tallies. Kittens Take Opener Centralia didn't go home emp- ty-handed. however, for the Kit- tens won a ragged 19 to 10 verdict i over the Highclimber reserves in the opener. The Centralia squad was hanw dled by Walt Lunsford, .Highclimber track coach and jun- Iior basketball mentor, who pinch- ‘Tiger mentor who I I .VVoods . . . . . . . ..F‘ . . . . . . .. LeBaron R Ludeen 2 ____ .. Nordland‘ Wilson 15 VVVVVV VVC V. .. Krepps 5. ‘ Phillips 6 .... V. G.... .. Roberts 4 j Fredson 1 VVVVVV .VG ............... . . . Pi‘aff , Subs: SheltonAs Loop 2. churn, i 'Chase. CentraliawrNoble 2. Hat- I I . I I I I I I hit for Waldo Roberts regular was called away by the sudden death of his father. The lineups: FIRST TEAMS Shelton (34) field 2 , Howard 2. SECOND TEAMS (‘cntralia (19) Shelton (10) Thompson 6 .. .F‘ ...... .. Ludeen Osborne 1 ...... Plemons 1 Bryson 6 ........ ..C ................ .. Toby Lyon 4 .......... ..G .............. V. Rector Wheeler 2 G V. Maulden 5 Subs: Centralia:-.Blizzard, Pfaff. Isaacson. SheltoanChase 2, Teln- ple, Robinson, Bednarski. Specials For JEEEAW WALNUT II: 24-02. 33c NUT MEATS... . . . 1/2-lb. pkg. 31¢ GRADE "A" LARGE Eggs NONE SUCH 2 doz. 890 MIME MEATZpkg.27o FAIRMONT Coffee 3-lbs. 39C BONNIE BEST PEANUT BUTTER. . . 2-lb. jar 27¢ FIREWEED Honey lb. jar 23c GRAHAM GRAGKERS 2-lb. 25c CRANBERRY Sauce "-025. 13c COMMERCIAL CHOCOLATES . . 2-lb. pkg. 25¢ NEW NAVELS . . . Shopping Bag Full GRANGES . . . 49c SEEDLESS . . . Shopping Bag Full EFIIIIIT 45c APPLES box 1.19 the ‘ lead quick after the, half started, Woods 1 former I Centralia (‘23) use... In. rear Hour CONFERENCE To OPEN FRIDAY; SHELTON-MASON HIGHCLIMBERS SHOULD SHAKE CELLAR SPOT All tlu-se side isnues of the pun tier; season Will be swept aside and the boys start playing “for keeps" Friday night with the. opening round of the 194?. north- ern division of the Southvvest prep basketball conference schedule. ‘ The Climbers find this their year to open their schedule at, home. with the Aberdeen Bobcats again “first righters" with the Red and ‘ Black. As things stack up now that the practice schedule is out of the way, the perennial champion Ho- quiam Grizzlies and the Olympia Bears loom as the 'favorites to battle it out for the 1942 flag. Raymond has had a highly suc- cessful practice schedule which has revealed the Seagulls as pt- tentially the strongest defensive club in the circuit but lacking much of an offense. The Gulls have yet to score 3!) points in any one game, but on the other hand their rivals have found it extreme- ‘ lv difficult to crack the Raymond Idefense for as many as 20 tallies. i Aberdeen Dark Horse , The Bobcats haven’t played en- ough practice games to give much of a line on their current ability so Aberdeen goes into the sched- . ule as the dark horse entry. Among the Elma, Montesano, ‘Shelton trio which has consist- ently held down the last three places in the league since it was organized in its present form four years ago, the Highclimbers appear to be the best club and should improve their last place .standing of the past two years ‘by a couple of notches. Elma and IMontesano both appear to be much weaker this year than last, and might easily wind up in a tie for the. cellar postion as their only hopes for victory this year. appear to be against each other, with possibly one catching the Highclimbers on an off night for a second or third win during the Ii season. I The Highclimber outlook is ac- itually the best it has been since Ithe Central League incorporated Iwith the northern division to form ,the present conference setup, not lthat this year's club is as good .‘as the 1938-39 aggregation which had such aces as Bill Taylor, Bill iLevctt and Bill McComb in its iranks, but with Monte and Elma weaker than they've been since the ‘league was organized and the ,1942 Highclimber club capable of producing some pretty warm per- formances on the right nights there is a chance Shelton will be able to hang up its first win } over a “big three" rival this year. i Olympia To Win? That 1938-39 team mentioned .above won four conference games I by twice downing Monte and split- ,ting with Raymond and Elma. If the dope runs pretty close to form j this year. the Highclimbers should Ibe able to equal that against the {Eagles and the Bulldogs, then Iwhatever they can add against I the other four league entries will Isimplv be “gravy” as far as bet— tering the 1939 record. I Summing it all up, this is the I way the 1942 conference standings i should ultimately wind up, as the i Sideliner predicts it: I 1. Olympia 2. Hoqulam ‘ 3. Raymond I 4. Aberdeen 5. Shelton , Elma 7. Montesano For your convenience, here is the 1942 northern division sched- ule. Clip it and keep it in a con- venient spot for quick reference throughout the season which op- ens Friday: FIRST ROUND JANUARY 2~ Olympia at Raymond Aberdeen at Shelton Elma at Montesano . Hoquiam bye JANUARY 9-"~ Raymond at Elma I Dairymen Capture Free-Tally Tussle I From L. M., 43-38 E CITY BASKETBALL LEAGUE wl pf pa IMcConkey Pharm .... .. 6 0 177 130 Kimbel Oil . 5 l 170 108 4-15 Dairy ................ .. 4 2 199 187 6 *McCleary Timber .... .. 1 2 51 103 L. M. ........................ .. 1 5 169 182 IWilson’s Cafe .......... .. 0 6 125 186 Games Tonight 7:30~——L. M. vs. Wilson’s 8:30——Kimbel vs. 4-E Dairy Games Saturday 7:30—Kimbel vs. McConkey 8:30——4-E Dairy vs. Wilson's Games Monday 7:30—4-E Dairy vs. McConkey 8:30~Kimbcl Oil vs. Wilson’s Potent point production mark- ed the lone game played in Sat- urday’s city league basketball schedule as 4-13 Dairy squeezed past the L. M., 43 to 38, behind Ithe tally tossing of Jack Case, just a bit stronger than that of Bill sell of the Merks. All five of these lads reached 'two-figure personal totals with Case, making his first start of the season, topping them all with 13. Tate and Schirmer each rang up a dozen. The dairymen held a 20 to 10 " than the Merks could Whittle {down in the second period. -' Wilson's Cafe failed to put a. Elineup on the floor so had to for- ; feit to McConkey Pharmacy in the 1 other scheduled game, leaving the :pharmacists still unbeaten in lea- . gue play. The lineups: '4-E» Dairy (43) L. M. (38) ‘ iCase 13 ........ ..F ........ .. Fredson 4 3A. Cloutier . Schirmer 12 i Gibson 10 ...... ..C Driver 4 ITate 12 ..G. .. Elliott 1Watson .......... ..G. . . Russell 10 conference I Since 1938. 'Mel Gibson and Joe Tate, whose' combined work on the twine was Schirmer and Gordon Rus- half time lead, which was more. Montesano at Aberdeen I-quuiam at Olympia Shelton bye JANUARY 13’- Aberdcen at Raymond Elma at Hoquiam Shelton at Montesano Olympia bye 'JANUARY 16”— I Raymond at Shelton I Hoquiam at Aberdeen i Olympia at Elma. I Montesano bye JANUARY 23~»~ Montesano at Raymond Aberdeen at; Olympia Shelton at Hoquiam Elma bye JANUARY 27—« Elma at Aberdeen Olympia at Shelton Hoquiam at Montesano Raymond bye JANUARY 30—- Raymond at Hoquiam Shelton at Elma ; Montesano at Olympia Aberdeen bye SECOND ROUND FEBRUARY 6-— Raymond at Olympia I Shelton at Aberdeen Montesano at Elma Hoquiam bye FEBRUARY 13—~ Elma at Raymond Aberdeen at Montesano Olympia at Hoquiam Shelton bye FEBRUARY 17—— Raymond at Aberdeen Hoquiam at ,Elma Montesano at Shelton Olympia bye FEBRUARY 20—— Shelton at Raymond Aberdeen at Hoquiam Elma at Olympia Montesano bye FEBRUARY 24-— Hoquiam at Raymond I Elma at Shelton l Olympia at Montesano Aberdeen bye FEBRUARY 27 m I Raymond at Montesano Olympia at Aberdeen Hoquiam at Shelton Elma bye MARCH 3 Aberdeen at Elma Shelton at Olympia. i Montesano at Hoquiam I Raymond bye I Evacuees Arrive (Continued from Page One) ful knowledges for war emergen- cies, she added. Mrs. Valley praised highly the treatment the crew of the trans‘ port accorded the passengers. She has made six trips between Alaska and the “states” now and “this .is the first time I‘ve really felt unconcerned about the safety of Gordon,” she said. “The crew kept a close watch on the youngsters at all times and did everything possible to make the passengers comfortable and happy." Ship Changed Course. The trip was not without its thrills. When first news arrived that Jap submarines had attacked shipping off California the trans- ,port ship was rerouted. which was the real cause for the three- day delay in its arrival in Seat- tle. as that change of route sent the ship into the storm area and caused it to anchor for over two days to await suitable weather. Having planned on only a four- day trip, the ship was not provi- sioned for the extra time in tran- sit and food ran low during the last part of the voyage, Mrs. Val- ley related. Kodiak business houses were hard hit by the. evacuation of the women and children, Mrs. Valley ' pointed out. v “This is the first year Kodiak merchants have really stocked up for Christmas," she explained. “Before they catered almost en- tirely to men, but this year some stores hired outside women ex- perts to stock them up with a real representative line of Christ- mas merchandise. for the entire family. And the stores really had a full supply. Now they’ll prob- ably be stuck with a good deal of I it.” Mrs. Valley has lived in Alaska Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Valley are I expecting another daughter-in- llaw, Mrs. Dal Valley, and two Imore grandchildren, to arrive ihere from Alaska on the next levacuation ship, whenever that may be. Mrs. Dal Valley and her chil- dren were not able to come out on the same boat with Mrs. Don . Valley because the Dal Valleys do not live at the naval base, having built their own home in Kodiak, although Dal is employed at the base as a dump-truck driver by the same company which employs ‘his brother, Don. ALASKA VISITORS ‘MAROONED’ HERE The vacation visit of Mr. and ers. Sig Aardal and daughter, I Velma, and their grandson, Sigrud ‘Bakke, all of Wrangel, Alaska, {has grown to one of indefinite I length. I The Pacific war has caused it i all. I They came to “the states" to enjoy the yuletide holidays with relatives, spending Christmas at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank [Hunting and Mr. and Mrs. Siev- ; ert Aardal of Potlatch. I Mrs. Aardal is a sister of Mrs. ‘Hunting and the two Mr. Aar- dals are brothers. Mr. and Mrs. iRalph Musto of Seattle aceom~ panied the Alaskans to Shelton for their holiday visit. But the Wrangel family can‘t ‘get passage back to their home now. due to war restrictions, and idon’t know how long they will be ' forced to remain “dOWn.here.” . PLYWOOD EMPLOYE ILL I Charles Bush, Olympic Plywood plant employe, was admitted to Shelton hospital Saturday for medical treatment. COUNTY JOURNAL Experienced D With Small Boats ,or gasoline engines will be, (in-3 llistcd in this class, M—2. Needed By N avyi Immediate ratings in the navy‘ are offered men with exoerieni-I I aboard small vessels in the, Puget‘ [Sound and Grays Harbor areas and qualified to man naval rtraft‘ .operating in Pacific coast waters, . . . , _I iaccording to Navy Recruith C. 1 Will be enlisted in the Naval Re ,1). Nivision, at Olympia. I Seamen, engineers. leooks, yeomen and several other 'classes of experienced men are Fresh churned . . Special “A” Large locals All Pork luncheon meat Sea Shore Brand Libby’s Campbell’s Regular 5c and 10¢ Values SPARKLING WATER Nalley's Sunshine Libby‘s medium GOLD SEAL HEAVY TOM Whole or half Turkeys rn diom en. , CHOW MEIN DINNERS With Noodles, Vegetables and Soy Sauce CANADA DRY 28-02. bot 15¢ No further training will be giv- I on the recruits before they into service and ratings pay as high as $126 monthly, besides al- lowances for clothing, food and quarters. Extra provisions are Iiinde for men with dependents. Physically fit high school grad- l notes with amateur or commercial radio experience or a. federal com~ munications commission license serve for training as specialist petty officers, second class. Special eight months' billets as radio maintenance men I tened with 3'. drop, of water. This. Grocery prices effective Dec. 30 to January 5, incl. A healthier, happier New Year depends largely upon good food in a balanced diet . . . Year begins with a visit to L. M. Get started on the right food by coming in for everything you’ll need for the Holiday dinner and party. The high savings will show that you’ll have extra cash for fun, frolic and feasting in ’42 if you will buy all your food needs here where every price is a low price every day consistent with high quality. Phone 305‘ for Free Delivery Service. BUTTER . 91 score EGGS...................doz.44¢ and a more prosperous New 2-lbs. 83¢ MOR 12-0z.can29¢ MINCED CLAMS . . . . . . 2cans 45¢ PLUM PUDDING ._ . . . . . .. can 25¢ RAISINS ........... 4-lb. bag 31¢ Em porium's Thompson Seedless TOMATO SOUP Scan525¢. TOILET SOAP. . choice 6 bars 29¢ pkg. 49¢ ORANGE SODA 12-0z. bot. . 6/ 25¢ DOUBLE COLA (bottle deposit) POTATO CHIPS. . . . 3-0z. pkg. 10¢ HI-HO BUTTER WAFERS .. . 19¢ HYDE PARK COOKIES. . . lb. 25¢ Sunshine, English Style cookies RIPE OLIVES . . . . . N0. leans 15¢ RAMS ' Armour’s Star or Morrell’s Pride . . whole or half 1... 35¢ Turkeys lb. 32c Roast Beet lb. 25c U. S. Prime Steer list. Pork lb. 29c LEGOILAMB ...... .. lb. 32¢ SHORT RIBS ...... .. lb. 17¢ Steer Beef GROUND BEEF... lb. 28¢ All lean SAUER KRAUT 2-lbs 15¢ instruc- ; ‘ tion course will qualify the men I on the stove for 10 or 15 minutesi 1., ‘ing course. men are eligible for go i duty. Their l I I l I I I I I . needed at once he gal-d wpgnwmq. so enlisting to fill important navy i If they are dry they can be mois- i with ex crience on either dies 13 ‘ p ’0 iafloat and ashore. Tues Upon completion of the train-I advancement in rating to chief‘ paper! petty officer (acting appoint- , »7_—~—w .v n MAM—«ix ment) before being assigned to I 'pay during training} will be $72 per month, plus food‘ and quarters, and extra allow-, ances for dependents. I Due to changes in the physical} requirements; many men previous-‘ ly rejected may now be accepted; for enlistment. . ‘, The Abstract Man of Mason County A. L. BELL Rolls can .)e heated in the top? part of a double boiler with hot} water in the lower part and kept‘ Loans and Insurance BELL BUlLDlNG SHE-LTON, l l I saves heating the oven for them. We Carry a Complete Line of Fancy Groceries SPANISH OLIVES Stuffed with Pimentos FANCY OLIVES Hazel Nut Stuffed SWEET PICKLED GRAPEFRUIT RIND SWEET PICKLED CANTALOUPE RlND SMOKED OYSTERS OLIVE BUTTER HAWAIIAN PAPAYA CRUSH GYLE’S GOLDEN SYRUP, made in Eng. GARLIC EXTRACT WHITE FISH CAVIAR , Gorton’s FILLETS OF SALT MACKEREL’ ' » WINE VINEGAR, Sauturne . FRENCH FRIED ONIONS, Robe's SHOE STRING POTATOES, Robe’s coo FISH CAKES, Ready-to-fry ONION SOUP, White Rose CANNED SCRAPPLE OLD CHEDDAR CHEESE Clearance ' HOLIDAY CANDIES Mixed Candies, Chocolate Pyra- mids. Giant Gum Drops, etc. All fresh ....... .. 2-LBS. BOX CHOCOLATES Gift Boxes . . Asst. Choc. 3-lbs. 73¢; 5-lbs. 1.09 Peppermint Sticks 3/10¢ Giant size . . CANDY CANES u Mixed Nuts 2-lbs._... 55¢ N0 Peanuts .PEANUTS 2-1bs. 35¢ Fresh roasted Virginia's L. M. Blend Coffee High in quality, moderate price. Guaranteed good or your money back 2-lbs 49¢ I) Journal Want—Ads are snowing ,‘ itheir value in every issue of m Abstracts, Real Estate ._-.s-.. . 1 FRUIT JUICES Drink more Frult Juices for Health this Season of the year . . . Avoid colds. Tomato Juice . . . . 2 for 43¢ Reliance. Large No. 5 cans Vegetable Juice . . . 2 fbr 69¢ V-8 COCKTAIL large No. 5 cans Grapefruit Juice . . . 2 for 37¢ Bounty No. 5 cans Orange-Grapefruit. 2 for 49¢ Florida Gold — No. 5 cans FRUITS & VEGETABLES ORANGES ...................... .. lO-lbs. 53¢ New crop Navels GRAPEFRUIT .............. ._ 10-lbs. 39¢ Arizona Seedless SWEET POTATOES ...... .. 4-lbs. 25¢ U. S. No. 1 quality ' Your Complete Department Store — Phone 305 in “Ali-6w ,‘c'. wAsH,. I ‘V “3 . u a . . .»,,.;v,