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Page 6 glTELTON--MASON COU1WI JOURNAE  Publish'd in "Ohristmastown, U.g.A., Shel[on. Washington Thursday, January 1 Mary M. Knight Harstine Islanders To Have Sells Bond For ileeting To Discuss Fire District By Donnette Glaser Saturday night Mr. and Mrs. HARSTINE. There will be a] New BUilding special meeting of Islanders at the ] hall Jan. 24  at 7:30 p.m. There will be guest speakers and will The principal financial obstacle present facts concerning the pro- toward construction of the new posed Harstine Island fire district. Mary M. Knight school was hurd- Harstine Island Women's Club led Jan. 10 when Supt. E. O. met Thursday afternoon at the French and the board of directors ball. Mrs. Flora Seward and Mrs. opened the sealed bids for the sate Dot Smith were co-hostesses. of district bonds at Shelton under Wednesday afternoon Mrs. Jack the supervision of John Cole, coun- Meeks entertained at a surprise ty treasurer, birthday luncheon honoring Mrs. Of the four competitive bids sub- Glenn Yates. Luncheon was mitred, the most favorable inter- served buffet style. Attending were est rate of'3,7878 per cent by the the Mesdames Gar Williams, Olympia Branch of the National James McAuliffe, George Waite, Bank of Commerce of Seattle was Jr.. Larry Jerrells. Thomas Tier- approved and formally accepted nay, H. Vincent Glaser. Dale by the school board. Peugh, Mrs. Dot Smith. Mrs. Edith OTHER BIDS were from Na- Smalley. The honored guest and tional Bank of Washington, Taro- the hostess. me, 3,92103 per cent; Pacific Nati- SATURDAY EVENING the R. on,d Bank, Seattle, 3.9097 percent; L. McCullochs entertained guests and State of Washington, 4 per for a fried chicken dinner party. cent. Those attending were the Gordon Simmons, Sid and Eels Bauns- The next step by the board is garde, A1 Pridhams and the h'vie- to meet with the architect for the Wingerts. Margaret also reported purpose of finally approving speci- her sister in Bonaparte, Iowa. is fire(ions prior to advertising for very ill. but at this time is able construction bids. to be home weekends from the Certain legal procedures must hospital, Pomona Grange Sets be complied with previous to ad- There is a container on the ferry vertising fol bids on construction for you to deposit your old license "'" "" D4ee||nD" For v  I-una u of the new building. The bonding plates. They will be turned in to attorney must first prepare the the Children's Orthopedic drive. bonds in the form prescribed by law. Following that detail, the au- 4"--" thorized distriet officials sign the State Legion bonds and deliver them to the Bank of Commerce which will de- post1 the amount of $130,000 to the creditofMaryM. KnightDis-Head Speaks trial 311 in the office of the county treasurer. ONLY AFTER completion of these technicalitiesmaytheschool TO Local Post directors proceed ,ith advertising for constramtion bids. The call for bids' will be published for three "When he pushes, push back weeks in the Shelton Journal and harder." several other papers of general Chester Chastek. American Le- circulation m this area plus com- mercial publications, gion state commander, summar- It is expected that the formal ized his feelings about communists as embodied in Premier Khrush- ' legal procedures will have been chev with those words in a talk completed and contract awarded to members of Fred B. Wivell hefore the I st of March and con- American Legion post and auxin struetion uhould begin shortly iary here Tuesday night. thereafter. ................................. Chastek told of his experiences Shelton Man is and impros00ions d.ring a trip to NATO and SHAPE headquarters Burned In Accideni andw, riousAr,00erieanem00ass,esin Europe last year as a member of the Legion's National Security At His Home 0ommittee. "We can never trust the cam- 7 A9, Shelton man. Joseph D. Hill, munists nor believe what they is in satisfactory condition say," Chastek declared. "We must with third degree burns on his stay strong, keep our defenses up hest and left arm in Clinic Has- at all times and react with firm- pital, ness and determination as Presi- " ' ' He was burned in his home Fri- dent Kennedy did in the Cuban -,, 00m'armac" Phacts day evennig, situation, because believe me. the Hill was found by Matthew communists are out to get us, Lamlert a, neighbor, who came to there is no doubt about it." his home to cheek if he was all CIIASTEK SAID HE fears one right about 11:30 p.m. of our problems is t-hat we have The injm'ed man apparently fell a tendency to become overly op- while putting wood in a stove and (truistic hat things .are getting caught his clothing on fire. He better. was in shock when found. "Don't be fooled by what Khru- Lambert summoned a doctor shchev does on the surface/' he who ordered Hill taken to the has- warned. pital for treatment. He described his trip to Berlin Lambert was in the habit of and the contrast between the pros- checking on Hill. who will be 80 perous and peaceful western sec- next month and lives alone, sev- tar and the down-at-the-heels, eral times during the day and eve- hopeless atmosphere in the east- ning. ern sector. West Berliners resent the pres- Former Local Geuple Honored In Arizona Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Stratford, former Mason County residents, made news in Mesa. Ariz.." recent, ly when they were chosen Mr. and A{rs. Senior Citizens for the 10th annual Mobile Living Exposition there. The Stratfords, 86 and 83 years of age, are living in retirement in a trailer at Mesa now. They for- merly lived on Stretch Island where they raised chickens and gyapes. He was county Republi- can Central Committee chairman f0r a term and was active in par- ty affairs for many years. 'That they are in excellent health is attested by the fact that Mr. Stratford plays 18 holes of golf virtnally every day. The Strat- fords were acclaimed by picture , and story in the "Arizona Mobile Citizen", a weekly publication pInted in,Phoenix for circulation among the trailer population of "" flint area, a copy of which was sent to Bernhard T. Winiecki, along with a Letter here in Shel- ton. ,, Hope Officers Meet , To Atlend ,0ily Of Mrs, Mildred Schwartz. Portland Ore, VoluntaT Northwest Direc- t.or for City of Hope, will attend the next officers meeting of the Mason County Chapter which will be held at the home of Mr, and Mrs. Charles R. Savage, 2011 King St. Jan. 23 beginning at 8 p.m. Charles Savage, President of the MasOn County Chapter. said he expects some of the leaders of the Aberdeen Chapter to attend the officers meeting. He said this is Mrs. Schwartz first visit to Shel- ton and tlat all members will be welcome to attend the officers meeting so tong as there is room for them to get in the door. "If you can't reach me concerning the meeting call Mrs. Frank Cooper, Savage said. AMERICAN LITERATURE COURSE TO BE OFFERED Through the University of Pu- get Sound. an American Litera- hu'e study course is being offered here in Shelton starting Feb. 6 under the instruction of Rober RIlule. The course, a study in depth oJ selected American writers, is th, equivalent of two semester or three quarter hours. The class wiP meet on Wednesday from 6:30 tr ,, 9:3(l p.m. in the Evergreen school It is scheduled to end April 24. A minimum of 14 are needed to ence of occupation forces, he said. simply because they are a foreign power, not because of the person- nel individually. CHESTEK WAS ACCOPAN- IED to Shelton by 4th District Commander Gcne Schumacher of Orting, who officially presented Fred B. Wivell post with the membership trophy it earned at the district eonference for hav- ing surpassed its goal farther than any other post in the district: and hy 4th District Vice-Commander Mary Scott of Tacoma. who warned of the danger to veterans interests by an economy-minded legislature looking for places to cut expenses. Scott urged Mason County legion- naires to be ready to act when called upon if threats to veterans interests do develop. Gene Seward entertained at a card party at their home over-looking Pickering Passage. Those attend- ing were the George T. Waite Jrs., the Jack Meeks and Jim Archers, Mr. Juke Zigler and Mike Massard. Jim McAuliffe. Larry Jerrells. Mrs. Dot Smith, Helen Lammers and the host and hostess. Wonderful news, Mike McAuliffe has completed a 26-week Naval air training course in electrical wir- ing in Jacksonville, Fla., and left there Tuesday night and will ar- rive home Saturday. He plans on visiting his folks for a while then visit his grandparents in San Francisco before starting his new tour of duty in Japan. Congratula- tions Mike. Sure hope to see you in your snappy Marine uniform. Harstine Island Grange will meet Friday night at 6:15 p.m. for a potluck dinner. The business meeting will follow. Ella and Jim McAuliffe will receive the first. and second degrees. Officers who did not attend the installation of officers at Shelton Valley will be installed at this meeting. Charles Savage, the new Master for the Mason County Pomona Grange, announces that this bi- monthly Pemona meeting will be held this coming Sunday starting at lI a.m. at the Agate Grange Hall. The Master urges all 5th Degree members to attend the meeting and stated that immedi- ately after the opening ceremony the Pomona will be lowered to the 4th Degree and invites 4th Degree members from all Granges to at- tend. The Agate-ladies will serve lunch at noon. The new Pomona Lecturer. Mrs. Dishon of Twanoh Grange is pre- paring an interesting, entertaining and educational program for the meeting. IN POLICE COURT Several persons were on the doc- ket in Shelton Police Court. Mon- day night. They included Gracie C. Allen. drunk and disorderly. $22.50 fine and $2.50 costs: Wil- liam R. Manning, reckless driv- ing and negligent driving. $50 fine and $2.50 costs and $25 fine sus- pended: Tom D. Peterson. drunk and disorderly, $25 forfeit: Wil- liam H. Moffat. petit larceny, con- tinued; Ned Miller, drunk in pub- lic, $25 and $2.50 costs. From Nell Evander I'll have to admit, I do talk a lot about prescmptions and your health, but I can't help wonder- ing how many of you realize that we stock more than three thou- sand (3,000!) prescriptions drugs ? We have to keep up on all of the newest drugs your doctor will pres- cribe. Each pres- cription must be filled for you just as though you were a member of our own family-- and. in fact, you most certainly are a member of our professional family. We're deft- hi(ely concerned with your health and enjoy hearing how our drugs have been of help to you. Whether it's compounding your doctor's prescription or informa- tion we can" give you on a health product--we're glad, ahvays, to be of help to you. Open Daily 9:30 to 7:30 Saturdays -- 9:30 - 6:00 Nell's Pharmacy 4th & Railroad (Paid Adv.) 426-3327 QUALITY Used Cars and Trucks Down Pay. Per Mo. '60 Studebaker Lark .................. ,$460.00 $44.95 4-door sedan, heater, automatic Down Pay. Per Mo. '60 International Pickup ........... $570.60 $55.57 Heavy duty y2-ton, 4-speed, long wheel base Down Pay. Per Mo. '59 Plymouth Savoy V-8 ............ $355.00 $44.85 2-door sedan, radio, heater; automatic '59 Renault Dauphine ............ full price $395.00 4-door sedan Down Pay. Per Me. '58 International Pickup .......... $455.00 $45.43 Heavy duty /a-ton, 4-speed, long box Down Pay. Per Mo. '57 Pontiac Station Wag ........... $325.00 $47.66 Radio, heater, automatic '55 Packard 4-dr. sed ............... full price $345.00 Radio, heater, automatic Per Me. $30.60 Down Pay. '55 Nash Rambler Wagon ........ $215.00 Radio, heater, overdrive All Cars and Trucks Winterized! We Buy 1963 License! KIMBEL MOTORS, illC. form the class. Interested persons should call the Evergreen sehoo' by January 18 for detail of en- rollmeat, 707 SOUTH FIRST ST. PHONE 426-3433 North Mason Kiwanis Installs 1963 Officers The Kwanis C'!ub of North Ma- son, Belfeir. installed their 1963 club officers at a dinner Jan 8 at Alderbrook Inn. Installing off leer was Reeky Hembroff. Lt. Gov Elect of Dis- trie No. 4. New officers for 1963 are Presi- der:t Rober K. Johnsen.Viee Presi- dent Mell Noggle, and Secretary Treasurer Gordon MeKnight. The 1963 Board of Directors are: Orin Clark, Donn Marsh, Bert Strickland. Frank Kowalczyk, Bill Hawkins. Owen Calloway, and Floyd Robbins. The "Yachtsmen", an outstand- ing singing group from North Ma- son High School sang three num- bers. This group is directed by Doug Corliss the music director Gounty Republicans Attend State Meet The Republican State Central Committee reorganization meeting was held in Tacoma Saturday. M'a- son County Republicans were rep- resented at the meeting by S. W. Vender Wegen, county chairman. C. Nolan Mason, state committee- man. and' John K. Bennett, fin- ance co-chairman. W. Y. (Bill) Walter. Tacoma, was elected State Republican chairman to succeed R. Mort Frayn, Seattle. FERRY RECEIPTS Receipts from the Harstine Is- land ferry of $180.83 for the week ending Jan. 14 were .reported by INDUSTRIAL LEAGUE W L Pantorinm Cleaners .......... 6 10 I Lumbermen's Me]'c ............ 7 20th Century Thriftway .._ ;5 2 (2? [. rv Trncl;ing . ............. 4 Shelgon Motors ................ 4 Cole's Mobil Service ........ 3 Canteen ................................ 1 Morgan Transfer ................ 0 High game- Ray Riee 233. High series Joe Holt 553. Pantorium Cleaners 4 (Joe Holt 5531. Cole's Mobil Service 0 (Glen Parker 451 : Thriftway 4 (Ray Rice 545). Morgan Transfer 0 (A1 3ohnston 485(: L.M. 4 (Bob Mil- ler 546). Shelton Motors 0 (Bob Newell 488); Clary Trucking 3 (Wayne Clary 530). Canteen 1. MEN'S CITY LEAGUE W L Simpson Timber. ............... 5 1 40 & 8 ................................ 4 2 Rishel Logging ................ 4 2 Wilson Company ................ 3 2/z Beckwith Jewelry ............ 3 3 Lumbermen's Mere ........ 3 3 Shaub-Ellison .................... 1 5 Frisken Oil ........................ V2 51 High game AI Luhm and Ernie Nason each 211 High series---Neal Demeree 569 Rishel Logging 3 Neal Demeter 569t. Shaub-Ellison 0 {Stan Ahl- quist 533); Simpson Timber 3 (George Fuller 532). Frisken Oil 0 (Gene Tucker 478): Beckwith Jewelry 2 (Clarence Jagnow 550). Wilson Company 1 ( A1 Luhm 516  : 40 & 8 2 (Fritz Neau 556j, L. M. 1 Stu McGee 518). the Mason County Engineer's of- fice. fiSSP01trrs'00 ggMPSON'S MEN'S LEAGUE 4 VV L 4 Shops ..................................... 7 1 5 Loggers .................................. 6 2 7 Mill 2 ..................................... 5 3 8 Raih'oad .............................. 4 4 Mill 1 ................................... 3 5 Loaders .............................. 3 5 Insulating Board .................. 2 6 Engineers .............................. 2 6 High game--Ted Blair 234. High series--Ted Blair 569. Mill 2 4 John Lund 561. In- sulating Board 0 ,S. Henderson 438); Shops 3 (Jan Miklethun 556,. Railroad 1 ,Stan Ahlquist 554); Loggers 3 (Lyle Coleman 535, Loaders 1 (Chris Fischer 550); Mill 1 3 (Ted Blair 5691. Engin- eers 1 (Glen Robertson 534 MIXED FOURSOMES X,V L Rusty Ducks ...................... 9 3 Board Busters .................... 9 3 Strippers ................................ 7 5 What's Next ........................ 6 6 Pin Busters .......................... 5 7 Timber Ducks ...................... 5 7 Knock Outs .......................... 4 8 Odd Balz ................................ 3 9 High games--Verna Johanson 180. Slim Bezley 211. High series -Verna Johanson 481, Jerry Twidwell 504. Board Busters 3 (Verna laban- son 481). Strippers 1 (Henry Cook 482); Rusty Ducks 3 ICal Moran 500). Knock Outs 1 (Ken O'Dell 459); Timber Ducks 3 (Jack Frost 503); Pin Busters 1 i John Rebman 432); What's Next 3 (Iva Cook 77) ; Odd Balz 1 (Jerry Tidwell PREP BASKETBALL SCORES Olympic League (AA) Shelton 51. South Kitsap 40 East 54 Por't Angeles 40 West 66. Centva! Kitsqp 49 \\;/Vest 81 North 62 Olympi(' League (A) Bainbridge 52. North Mason 30 Olympic (non-league) North Kitsap 57, Pork Townsend 45 Forks 50. Quilcene 34 Floquiam 60. Shelton 49 Mary M. Knight 53, North Mason 45 South 54 Port Townsend 43. Scltniount League Bethel 69. Peninsula 55 Fife 59. Sumner 38 North Thurston 64. Lnughho 53 Curtis 69. White Rivet 2", Fife 67. Bethe  ,29 Curtis 64 Laughhon 30 North Thurston 73. Peninr,:!:: 62 Sumner 49. White River :;3 Central Leagne St. Martins 76. Yelm 62 Winlock 41. Elma 36 Rochester 49. Chehalis 40 Raymond 69. Eatonville 61 Tumwater 59. White Pass 39 Rochester 54. Elma 44 Tri-County Lctguc Moclips 49. Mary M. Knight 19 North River 38. Wishkah 36 Quinault 43. North River 39. Moclips 37, Wishkah 36. SIV. Washington Olympia 69, Long 51 I-Ioquiam 52. Fort Vancouver 38 Aberdeen 55, Battle Ground 48 Hudson's Bay 62. Centralia 44 Evergreen 63, Mark Morris 62 Forest fires rob us of forest pay- rolls, products and tax revenues, as well as vacation areas. This summer let's all be careful with matches, cigarettes, and any fire 504). outdoors. Keep Washington Green. COMMERCIAL ] Moose Lodge Wilson Company Ziegier's Camera Shop Verle's Sporging Goods \\;Vingard's Sport Shop Ritner's Highballers B & R Oil Gotl Oil High game Bud Knurl,( High series--Cliff HoW Verle's 4 (why don't y write down last names I, 1 I Joe Engen 503): MooSe, Howard 582), B & R Hoard 507); Wilson CoI ,Joe Anderson 519), (Con Saupe 491); Ri (Vern Remsberg 527), (Charlie Savage 503). Step up! ladder Lawton Lumber Joe V. Simpsc Ill I I llll me Old Generous George Has Just Unloaded A Whole Carload ( RAHGES which be is offering at special BARGA|H PRICES to i00tn00duce HO TPO/NT'5 new SELLING SPREE FOR PRICES AS LOW AS '177 /n t00is shipment t00ere are HOTPOINT ELEGTRIG RANGES OF ALL SIZES AND MODELS Equipped with standard deluxe accessories. Single and doubh ovens.., but ALL : wi|h unexcelled... HOTPOINT QUALITY Where You Get 426-4663 The Best Deal, "WE SERVICE ALL THAT WE SELL" By George NO DOWN PAYMENT WITH TRADE 0 Free Delivew Backed by Factory Warranty