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Ken Fredson, manager of the Simpson Employees Federal Credit Union, was named Boss of the Year by the Shelton Jaycees Tuesday night. Js Jaycee Ken Fredson, manager of the Simpson Employees Federal Credit Union, was named Tuesday night as the Jaycee Boss of the Year. The announcement was made by Daniel Stewart, chairman of the Jaycee Bosses Night program. Jaycees entertained their bosses at the annual Bosses Night B Is Investigated Shelton Police are investigating a break-in at Beckwith's Jewelry early last Friday morning. " Officers learned of the break-in about 4:30 a.m. when a woman came to the police station and reported one of the windows in the store broken out. Officers found the center display window broken out and items which could be reached through the broken window missing. The owners of the store told officers two rings, each valued at $125, a ladies wrist watch valued at $70 and eight to ten wedding bands valued at about $750 were missing. Investigation of the burglary is continuing. Year Dinner at the Jaycee Hall Tuesday night. Speaker for the program was Howard Hall, moderator of the Telescope television program on KING-TV, Seattle. Hall discussed ways by which residents of a small community like Shelton could take advantage of some of the better entertainment which is available in the area. tte stated there are many excellent entertainment acts which can be booked into a community like Shelton with a little advance planning and financing. Jaycee President Gary Plews reported on some of the Jaycee projects which have been carried out durir~g the past year including the Forest Festival Poster Contest, participation on the Reed Scholarship election committee, promotion of the adoption of the half-cent sales tax in the city, fluoridation of the city water supply, a candidates night and work with the Exceptional Foresters. School Board The Shelton School Board will hold its regular February meeting at 8 p.m. Tuesday in the Evergreen School Library. II nal By VIVIEN OLSON LILLIWAUP - Dick Van Bevers rescued three young men when their 8 foot pram capsized in the stormy waters off Ayock Point last Saturday. The young son of Mr. and Mrs. Carr, who have a cabin at Stetson's Beach, brought two of his friends to spend the weekend at the cabin. Saturday, despite the high winds and huge waves, the three young people took the boat out. About fifty yards beyond Ayock Point, the boat capsized. Van Bevers, who has a home at Ayock Beach, happened to be watching and saw the accident. He put his boat in the water and started to the rescue. The youngest boy clung to the overturned pram, while the older two tried to swim to shore. Due to the extreme cold and rough water, they couldn't make mucb headway. When Van Bevers Missionary To Speak Here Rev. and Mrs. Lewis Ziegler, missionaries for some 16 years to the Red Blanket tribes of South Africa, will be in the Shelton Foursquare Church for a missionary conference this weekend, Friday at 7:30 p.m. and for both services Sunday, 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Rev. Mr. Ziegler was born of missionary parents in South Africa and after completing high school there, came to the United States to attend Bible College. He pastured for several years in the States before going back to missionary work. There will be missionary displays and artifacts. They will also show films of their work. reached them they were on the point of collapse. Said Van Bevers, "I don't know how I did it. I just knew I had to get them into the boat. One of the fellows kept saying he couldn't make it he was so cold. I had to literally drag them up into my boat." Not too easy a task, especially considering none of the young people seemed able to help themselves, and one of them was quite a sizeable young man. After they were safely in the boat, one young man seemed most concerned over the loss of his father's gun which he had had in the boat, and which was subsequently lost overboard. Another neighbor, Dick Theobald aided Van Bevers in getting the young people into a warm place and out of their wet things. Sunday the three came to thank Van Bevers for his help before they returned to their homes. Young Car, lives in Cosmopolis and the other two young men were from Aberdeen. So all ended well despite the loss of the gun and the pram. And three young men, two whose names he didn't even know, probably owe their lives to Van Bevers. ges Against Youl Charges were dismissed in Mason County Superior Court here Friday in a case which was to have been on the jury calendar this week. The charge was that against Mario Justinano. Prosecuting Attorney Byron McClanahan told the court the charge had originally been second degree burglary, but, had been reduced to malicious trespass by former prosecutor John C. Ragan. McClanahan told the court a review of the file indicated there was insufficient evidence in the case and that he was asking it be dismissed. Donald G. Williams, Seattle, was released back on parole after an amended information was filed by the parole department. Williams' attorney, Steve Bean, Olympia, told the court Williams arrest on a parole Mt. Olive To Install New Minister Sunday Rev. Rolland Huber, who at Claico State College, Chico, comes here from Crescent City, Calif.; Norbert, a high school Calif., will be installed as pastor sophomore, and Lori, a seventh of the Mt. Olive Lutheran Church grader. in ceremonies starting at 4 p.m. Sunday. Rev. Gary Borges, Port Angeles, will conduct the rite of installation; Rev. Carl Nitz, Portland, Ore., will deliver: the message" anff ' R~v. ~ Richard Gerken, Bremerton, will conduct the altar service. Rev. Mr. Huber succeeds Rev. Edwin Zschoche, who retired at the beginning of this year. The new pastor was born in Chinook, Mont. and graduated from Concordia Seminary, St. Louis, Mo. in 1946. He served parishes in Wheeler, Ill., from 1946-49; Alliance, Neb., from 1949-1961 and in Crescent City from 1961-1971. He and his wife are parents of four children, Run, married and a senior at Oregon College of .... Education; Norma, a sophomore Rev. Rolland Huber detainer appeared to be the result of confusion with the parole department. He said the parole board was now recommending Williams be kept on parole. Olympia attorney Fred Gentry was appointed to represent Pameula Manning, 23, Shelton, on a charge of possession of a narcotic drug. She was arrested last month on the charge and had been released on personal recognizance. The personal recognizance was continued. hool Voting Places Set Polling places for the special levy vote in the North Mason School district Tuesday were announced this week. They differ from the normal polling places. Belfair precincts 1, 2, 3 and 4 will all vote in the multipurpose room of Belfair Elementary School. The Allyn and Victor precincts will vote at the Allyn Fire Hall and the Tahuya precinct will vote at the Tahuya fire hall. Pioneer Board The Pioneer School Board will hold its regular February meeting at 8 p.m. Tuesday in the Pioneer School Library. Shelton Police and firemen are investigating an attempted arson at Clinton's Bike and Fixit Shop shortly after midnight Sunday. Police said someone apparently threw a rock through the window in front of the store and then threw a beer bottle filled with flamable liquid with a paper wick in through the hole in the window. The attempt at arson was intact and havesentit~. unsuccessful, officers said, only FB1 laboratory in ~ because the bottle hit a card D.C. for analysis. ~ board box and failed to break Officers learned 0~11"--,~ when it was thrown, attempt when Don~ The paper wick plugged the Shelton, reported to~ MAS( neck of the bottle so that only a heard glass brea~ JUS'[ little of the flamable liquid came vicinity of the ClintOntppearin The broken W~n ,~ : damageUt resultingto the store, in only minor discovered by office4e Jud22 Officers recovered the bottle to investigate. !~st week I Obscure Plastic SPECIAL Use Your Bank Card LUMBIRM] N'S "Buildin Mason Of Shelton 426-2611 I .. is vital to a Better Environment SEEDING & PLANTING The planting of three-year-old Douglas Fir trees and aerial seeding are shown above in two separate locations on the Shelton Sustained Yield Unit. Only Seed from the finest timber stands are used in order to provide for the future the many benefits of a healthy forest. Growing Timber Serves All Tree Farming Since 1943 In Shelton Since 1890 FRIDAY, FEB. 5, 1971 7:30 P.M. The annual membership meeting of the Mason County Federal Credit UniOn will be held at the Shelton Junior High Auditorium, Friday, February 5, t97i at 7:30 p.m. The agenda will include a review of the I970 operation, annUal reports, election of officers, any business that may be brought up and the awarding of door prizes. The board of directors voted to pay a 51/4% dividend plus a bonUS of (5Vz%) for the period ending December 31, 1970. Dividends are paid on funds deposited by the 10th of the Reception For all Officials and Members Following month. Each member io~ant insured to $20,000 NCUA by Adminlltl|to', Nitiontl cledlt Union Administration at 8:30 p.m. Federal Credit 426-1601 4th & Cedar Shelton, Washir P'age 2 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Thursday, February 4, 1971