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January 3, 1963     Shelton Mason County Journal
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Peae 6 SHELTON--MASON COUNTY JOURNAT;- Published in "Chrisfmastown, U.g.A.", Shelton. Washington Thursday, January thinking of Deputy Sheriff Harold Brmn saved man from burning to death in an overturned car which burst into flames last Satur- day night. Brown was behind the car dri- ven by William Clayton of Barley when suddenly he went off the road and his car overturned and burst into flames. Brown broke the window and pulled the man to safety. Mr. Clayton 'was taken by ambulance to the Bremerton hos- pital. He was a very lucky man as he only had a bruised shoulder. Brown was also very lucky as he 0nly got 'a few scratches pulling Clayton free from the wreckage. Allyn residents extend deepest sympathy to Mrs. Clay Jones who lost her brother. Frank W. Step- hens Dec. 23. Mr. Stephens 72 died at Wash- ington Veterans Home Hospital at Retail following an extended ill- ness. He had been in tle home for the past three years. He was born May 2, 1890, in Ainsworth, Neb., and had lived in Tacoma since 1923. For 18 years he-worked as hardware buyer for Jennings Hardware. Ill health for- ced his retirement in 1948. He was a World War I veteran, and a charter member of the Vaughn chapter of the Veterans of Foreign Wars. ..... ]EEFORE ENTERING the vete- rans home hospital, he had lived for seven years at th home of his sister, Mrs. Clay M. Jones of Bel- fair. Survivors besides his sister. Mrs, Jones; include a daughter, Mrs. Julius Stock of Grapeview; step- - son, Henry Lyons of Auburn; a brother, Dewey of Tacoma. four grandchildren and seven great- " grandchildren. Funeral services were held Dec. 26 at 1 p.m. at Buckley-King fune- ral ,home, Tacoma, with burial in New Tacoma Cenetary. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Izett spent "Christmas Day at the home of their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Ho- ward Haley of Lakewood Mr. and Mrs. Haley have just bought a lo- vely new home and entertained several members of the family. Mr. and Mrs Jim Izett and three children came up from Springfield, Ore. to spend the holidays with his .folks. Mr. and Mrs. Carl IzeLt and to join the family at the Ha- :leys on Christmas day. Mr, and Mrs. Howard Wynn and four children spent Christmas Day at his sister's, Mr. and Mrs. Clem Sarg6nt. Another sister. Irene Wynn was up from Oatdand, Calif. to spend the holidays. Other mem- bers'of the family included sister, .:Mr. and Mrs. Vander Linen from Rochester. Mr. and Mrs. Bin Sar- gent and son Jim of Belfair, Mr. and Mrs. William Sargent, St., of .Allyn, and Mr. and Mrs. Ted Mat- -*son and Diana Lynn also joined :them. Miss Sharon Jolley came -up from Chats Vista. Calif. to spend the holidays with her par- -'cuts. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jolley /of Allyn, Mr. and Mrs. Don Beeson and Ltwo children, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon "Beeson and three children, and :Mr. and Mrs. Bob Eldridge and ":three children spent Christmas ,'Day with their folks, Mr. and MrS. "Elmer Beeson of Allyn. .: Mr. and Mrs. Melville Hemphill came out to the Von Ostens for .:.Christmas breakfast and dinner. : Mrs. Liilian Speece of Tacoma al- .so joined the group for dfnner. "- MI, AND MR.S, Elton Cleveland ".:of Allyn, :Mrs. Lou Cleveland of "Allyn, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Barik- ::man of Shelton, and Mr. Darrell "" Cleveland of Seattle all joined Mr. : and Mrs. Kirby Cleveland of Olym- :pin for Cristmas dinner. , Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Amacher :and  'children, and Celies folks ::Mr. and Mrs Vic Raisoni spent ::Chmas at Lake Bay, with Ce- ;qie S' Aunt Hazel. :': Mr. and Mrs Pete Peterson and J-t.hr children. Mr. and Mrs. Bill ::Morgon of Allyn and Mr and Mrs. -Keray Crawford of Seattle all :spertt the holidays at the home -of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Anderson of .: Moy Rock, Mrs. Anderson returned to A1- ,::l.vn to celebrate her birthday with ,-her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Bill 7Morgon. Happy Birthday, Shirley. Mrs. Cameron spent the hull- 2 days with her daughter and family Mr. and Mrs. Gene Watson and :-three daughters of Allyn. Bob Baker finished his training . in California just in thne to spend 9 the holidays at home before being :.f assigned i'J the Navy. "." Mr. and Mrs. Clay Jones spent ;J Friday evening with Mr. and Mrs, :" Carl Izett. Mrs. Elaine Kowalczyk was a i!'i caller on Mrs. Judy Von Oaten and  new bah), Shari Lynn last Satur- i:i day. Pat and Donnie Valley are up ' from Cresent City, Calif to svend the hohdays with Grandma and 7:: relatives. . Mrs. Blanche Zeitner and Janis, and friend Mrs. Winnie Hulsopple ;* of. Portland called on the Von Ca: : Lens last Thursday afternoon. -- MRS. NORMAN Brown and 2 :( daughters, Shelly and Debbie. were --lp to spend holidays with her " folks, Mr. and Mrs. Cuzick of Shel-  ton. Her husband, Norman, flew :' up from California on Christmas ;: Eve so he could spend the holidays *. with t.hem Norman's folks. Mr. Brother, of Allyn Woman Is Taken I Lions Will. Replace,  .. '----.- Ddchve aedar . ..... By Death At Vetera spi!al Chzb 1963 birthday ca,lendars in which duplicated' or missing '" t kJ-. " '" ' ' "'' ' " ' ' "i months are discovered are asked and Christmas day. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Terrell spent Christmas Day at Lois's cousins. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Storie, of Ta- coma. Mr. and Mrs. Storie's son was also home for Christmas for the first in three years, and their new granddaughter also helped make the day especially happy. Mr, and tV[rs. Jim Vertrees and two children of Spokane, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Baumgazner and three children, and Mr. and Mrs. Wal- ter Morigeau and daughter ceie- brated their Christmas on Sunday before with Mr. and Mrs. Sam C!e- ments. Mr. and Mrs. Don Beeson and children spent Christmas Eve with Marge's brother, Mr. and :bh's. Chet Dove and two daughters of Puyallup. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Izett had a lovely buffet dinner for some oi the Cleveland Clan. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Cleveland. Mr..and Mrs. Etton Cleveland Mr. and Mrs. Jim Bariekman Lou Cleveland, and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Izett all re- ported a grand and glorious time. :MRS. RAE BROWN was a can ler on Mrs. Judy Von Oaten and Shari, bringing a lovely plant from Birthday Club to welcome the new baby. Miss Terri Leever and friend, Claudett tusk. from Seattle are spending a few days over at the cabin at her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Izett. Mrs. Blanche Zeitner and Janis have been busy with guests from Portland. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph W. Gustafson and Mrs. Winnie Hal- supple. Mrs. Hulsopple is Smitty's daughter. They report a very lovely Christmas and nine holidays spent with dear friends. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Congdon and Marie were callers on the Jim Von Oaten family last Saturday evening. Some pretty interesting games of pinochle were played. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Clements re- turned to Spokane with their daughters family, Mr. and Mrs. Jim VerLrees. to bring in the New Year. Mr. and Mrs. Fay Caldwell were callers on the Von Ostens last Sunday evening. Mrs. Groshong Was Active In 5 Organizations Some omissions and minor errors in the obituary of Mrs. Flor- ence Kneeland Groshong, printed in last week's edition, are correct- ed here. Mrs. Groshong died of a heart attack at her home at 123 Alder sffi. D-e: :.9. ter living most of hr75'rh' Shelton. She was born ii Shelton Jan. 5, 1887, a member of a pioneer Shelton fami- ly. Besides being a member of St. David's Episcopal church and he Order of Eastern Star. Mrs. Gro- shong was also active in St. Da- vid's Guild. Eastern Star Social Club, and the Daughters of Pio- neers. There were eleven grandchild- ren instead of twelve among the survivors listed last week. The survivors include one daughter, Mrs. Glenn Roessel of Shelton; two sons. Donald and William, both of Tacoma: and two brothers. Chester Kneeland of Tacoma, and Gordon Kneeland of Seattle; plus the 11 grandchildren and five great-grandchildren Former Shelton Police Officer Is Taken By Death Former Shelton resident, Wil- fred Lee Chstensen, 52, was ta- ken by death last Thursday, Dec. 27. 1962 at Mt. View Hospital in Tacoma after a long illness. Mr. Christensen was born in Shelton April 5, 1910 and made his home here until three years ago. He lived briefly in Olympia' and Seattle before settling in Ta- coma. He was a member of the Shelton police force for about six years. The funeral was held at 10 a.m. Saturday at the Buckley-King Fu- neral Home in Tacoma, A 2 p.m. graveside service was held at Shel- ton Iemorial Park the same day. Sm,ivors include his wife, Dora, Tacoma; his mother, Mrs. Tins Chamberlain, Shelton; two bro- thers, his twin, Leonard Christen- sen, and Emil Christensen. both of Shelton; and a sister, Mrs. Iola Hunter, Shelton McDougall Death Said An Aidenl The death of Herbert F. Me- Dougall, 70, HarsLine Island, in a fire at his home Christmas Day was apparently an accident. Cor- oner Byron McClanahan said. McClanahan said it appeared the fire was started by a stove in the home. MeDougall's body was found by the stove. JOURNAL WANT ADS GET RESULTS! NEW BLUE OX FRIDAY - SATURDAY - ONLY -- OPEN AT 6:45 ALWAYS CLEAN PHONE 426-:263 Academy A ward Winner? ONE Showing 8:4g Only Fri.- Sat. No increase in prices! iii! i e1" APIIID !  m STANLEY KramEr's ....u, un: Maxlmillao 3hell: : f Ju G D ME PET  BEST  AT. ..... :--,:, Exclusive Special Ertatementl NO RESERVED SEATS! Extra copies of the calendar are available to replace any which are found to be defective, as some are known Lo be. The calendars were mailed last Saturday and should be in the hands of recipients now. FERRY RECEIPTS Receipts from the Harstine Is- land Ferry were $186.99 for the week ending Dec, 30 the Mason County Engineer's office reported. A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Reed Tindall. Bellingham, former Simlton residents, Dec. 30. Shelton General Hospital Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Striek- land, 819 So. 7th street a girl, Dec. 28. Mr. and Mrs. John F. Patten, Star Rt. 2 Box 169. a girl, De- cember 28. Mr. and Mrs. William Swisher. 111 Delaware St.. a girl. Dec. 29. Olympia Youlih is An Olyml)ia student. Lloyd Phin- ney, 25. ",',,as taken to an Olymp,a hospital Tuesday morning w'iih in- juries suffered when his car' left the road and bit the north Hamma Hamma bridge near E10on. He sllffered a bruised eollal: bone. a eul ovel* his left eye and a bleeding nose. the Mason Counl.y Sheriff's office reported. The 1954 station wagon he was driving was a total-loss. The ac- cident occurred when the vehicle apparently skidded on the wet pavement and hit the bridge. ry A Journal Want Ad Two Fined In Justice , Cheiatc, r d. Gam' LL. Porl Or- clard, was fied $250 and senten- ced to 30 days in jail on a charge of driving while intoxicated in Bel- fair Justice Cr)t]z't before William DeMiero this' week. Carroll W. RaeMiffe. Bremerton. was fined 250 and sentenced to 30 days in jail on a charge of aiding and abetting driving while intoxicated by Justice DeMiero. Also booked at lhe Mason Connty Sheriff's of- flee this week were Raymond Hen- ton. driving while intoxicated, and Robert D. Gordon thircl aegree assault. STOCK UP" WiTH SPECTACULAR SHOP-RITE SAVIHGS DURIHG OUR FAHOIJS... TOMATO JUICE GOLDEN POPPY WOW ! 46_oz. $ I Tins DR ILK PKG. LOW COST HOHE LOANS NEW CONSTRUCTION -- RE] PURCHASE 6 % On Reducing Balances -- No Charges Mason Courtly Savings & Loan Ass, li JANUARY DOLLAR "TITLE INSURANCE BUILDING SHELTON DAY SALE n/E/l/' PIE00 SWAfl,OWS SUNNY JIM 46-oz. $1 Tins $ FRANKS Federals Large, Plump 'n Juicy, Old Fashioned -- LB. 39 GROUND 1BPuFF L..39" ============================= | = VEAL CUTLETS RAND'S -oz. ,--,, . p.g. frozen .............. o :: BAGON :: CHUCK STEAK 59 ' V.N.F. -' , ........................... LB. : ARMOUR 49 [ " Campfire LB. BEEF STEW BONELESS ,, ........................................ LB.  :.. ....................... .....: POTATOES HUNT'S NEW WHOLE MARGARINE BLUE BONNET .......................... 4 .s. 1 BISKIT MIX F,SHER'S .................... "3 4o-=. Sl pkg. COTTAGE CHEESE Kra, 25 Pint .............................. S. P. TOMATOES HUNT'S .............. 4 ,.s 1 TOMATOES STEWED"UNT'S 6 300Tins Sl TOMATO PASTE HUNT'S 8 6-OZ. Sl ...... : ......................... Tins BUTTER HORNS JORDON 33  4-pack ............................. 110 *l TINS GRISGO 3 LB. TIN FLOUR oo00o 5-LB. SACK ORANGE GRAPE OR PINEAPPLE- GRAPEFRUIT BEEF, PORK, CHICKEN orTURKEY Sru;t ocktail 00ork'n Becins Hunt's Catsup 6 =:: '11 t Choc. Chips BAKER'S Sauce 6-OZ. Pkgs. 12 ,-oz, ,, HUNT'S TOMATO Tins Arden Butter LB. "p 20025 c EXTR%FLICIOIS S AVOCADOS SQUASH CLAMS oosE 4//, 1 Minced g-oz. Tins 10' RIPE, EACH HUBBARD FANCY, POUND c PRICES GOOD JAN. 3-4-5 -- Limit Rights Reserved MILK EVAP. tins SNOW MIST TUNA tins