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February 7, 1963

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February 7, 1963 SHELTON--MAZON COUN., J&apos;0UPNAt/- Published in UCTv.’t,asfown, U,%A.", helton, Washington i i i RS EYE VIEW it would be nice fo roadside attraction out of slack on the top of tile ling to downtown Shelton. be an elevator up the i people could get a good Shelton. Sand1 a Bridges, -Age 11. Editor: le whole your writeups on games are O. K. some of the names you them are far-fetehe4. )s", I think that .in each should be an action Pastor Wedding Mary Valley -- Rev. Wallace the double ring at tile wedding of Miss Ann Young, daughter of Mrs. Harold Young o£ and Mr. Tom Endicott Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Endi- Spencer Lake, Jan. 19. The the groom's parents, event took place, was decorated with baskeh pink. lavender, gladiolas The bride was given :e by her father and blue suit with whit( With a white gardenia rose bud corsage given the groom. Patsy Caulfield was maid l and Mr. Dick Endicott, brother, was best the ceremony, and punch were the immediate families ride and groom, the only at the ceremony. for the newly mar- was given by the Missionary Alliance Shelton Jan 25 where and relatives gave ations to the newlyweds. Was beautifully deco- a large four-leafed Peal by a large heart .and groom as Center- the cake Was Mrs. While Mrs. John Poured, and Mrs. May presided OVer tile punc} the many lovely John Godding and us Barrett, sisters of the ne bride attended Irene High School and the nraJuate of Kings n Seattle and also Jr. College. The are making their Shelton at the Moore tents. E STEVENS Kathy, Gary and a 'trip bs bus to Ore- a visit With her sister in e, Who accompanied her Where they visited her a COuple of days before ghome. and Morris Reb- Chester Val- LSturday evening, on Mrs. Arlan Johns er Kimberly of Seattle intents, Mr. and Mrs. )n over the weekend. and Mrs. Mary at the letter's a dinner on Friday or Mr. and Mrs. John Mr. and Mrs. Vern ND RHONDA EVANS Pen: the Weekend with Pa>mts, Mr. and Mrs. nn ' "ited dre,1 Johnson vm Hancock at the Botts le Monday afternoon. evening, February meting of tile A potluck din- rag. for 6:30 preceding nd Mrs. Chester Valley guests of Mr. ancl • ulbert in She]ton on afternoon they at- Concert at the Shelton rs. Arthur Johnson evening dinner and Mrs. Ed Bur- Diseases Mosl Deaths he Slale circulatory diseases more deaths in this Other single cause !est recorded year, Vv'ashington campaign chair, tOday. deaths in this 847 were caused Ir diseases or real- circulatory sys- epartment records alone, 79, were at- of the heart Long said. research can we s dreadful toll of ulation,,, Long-, cinds research our phys' " ave developed sur medical thousands of to prolong, useful February, Heart gton residents will of contribut- art Fund and thus to fight against I urge everyone to the sake of his appeared is a popular san coast group of bored Water. tried their snow :o EDITOR I shot of lhe "Climbers". 'Phis goes for home games. The "Olympian" has more pictures than the Jour- nal aud the "Climbers" are a Shel- ton team! ! True, lhey aren't doing loo well, but we should be be- bind them 100 per cent! Wouldn't il be possible to have the starting 5 of a coming game pose for a pic.tm'e, we haven't had one yet this year One more thing, in each week's pape> could we have lhc sta.rl.- ing lineups in the Chmch League? If not . . . in one edition; how about the lineups in one 1)lip.oh and that will be it? Thanks! Sincerely, Janet Steinberg, Senior, SHS. I)ear Janet: Thank you for your well-taken comments. We will try to do bet- ter by our Climbers hereafter. We'll have to admil; we've had baskeFoalt pictures pertaining to the Climbers in only three edi- tions since the season started and that's somewhat mder part fm US. Our nly rebuttal is that in an effort to give all sports fair cover- age (coverage some get only in the Journal and nowhere else) we do have space limitations. When we hy to a!toeate our space to high school varsity and B team basketball, junior high basketball, church league baskethall, Mary M. Knight and North Mason high school basketball, wrestling, some 20 bowling leagues or nore motoreycling, go-carting, golf, fisMng-hunting-outdoors news and a few others which require atten- tion from time-to-time I think you'll agree that space does be- come a problem. Nevertheless, Janet, We'll try to see that your suggestions are carried out as far' as we can do so. We appreciate your constructive cOnllncnt and welcolne it any- time. Sincerely, The Editor. "'LL"b }G I;i;,&L₯,O--\\;- Dear Editor Bill: I've been watchin gthe Journal for some comment on the bill- board question, which has again COme before our legislators. A law regulating biltl)oard ad- vertising was passed in the 1961 session, but now the lobbyists for billboard companies, in great strength, me readv to push through a bill to repeal or cripple that law. This Highway Advertising Con- trol Act of 1961 must not be re- pealed. If any changes are made they should be to strengthen the law and extend its provisions to more of our state highways. Working for tim Control Act of 1961 and against the ,lobbyists are several club groups, including the \\;Vashington State Federation of: ;omen s Clubs, the Washington State Federation of Gardeu Clubs, and the State Federation of Busi- ness  Professioual \\;Vomen's Clubs. But there is need for many per- sonal contacts with our lawmak- ers in Olympia. to aid the economy of our state. We must realize that the areat Cl,oitLI,2y.of our orthwst is p " r m tourist at .. Therefore, billboards shoul an%t°ble allowed to hid that natural beauty. gargles, of cigarettes and chewing E. Lemkes Return to Dayton From Trip To California, Oregon By M'Oml Kidd DAYTON.-- Mr. and Mrs. A. E. l,en]lce rei.ur}led last we(q< from a month's vacntion trip south. They spent most of lheir time in Palm Springs, Calif., wilh Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hale and vi$iled il7 Phoe- nix, Ariz., with a e, Ollsin of Mrs. lmmke, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Ben- ien. They called on Mrs. J 1'. Mastqrs, Caeil MeLain's molhel who resides in lx)s Angeles. Tn Medford, Ore., they visited with friends, Mr. and Mrs. \\;Vendell Elmgren .m(t al Springfield with Mr. and Mrs. Le(mard Gerhardt. old friends of Port Angeles days, whom they hadn't sec for a nmnber of years. Mr, and Mrs. Pete Roberts and sons were Sm(iay guests in the Shellon home of Mrs. Nena Rob- erls at a belated, birt.hday party honoring Mrs. Pete Roberts. Other guests were Mrs. Nine Hudson of Aberdeen who baked the birth- day cake, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Rob- erts, Gerry and Jimmy and Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Dewetl and Pam of Island Lake. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Middleton were Sunday birthday dinner guests in the John Anderson home. They brought a lovely cake for Phillip who was eight years old. The cake was in lhe shape of a Seotiv dog' iced in while with toasted cocoanut spots complete with blue collar with silver studs. Such a cake as this would make any little boy's day one to be re- membered. THF, TIIAVEI,i'NG PINOCIILE Club met Saturday evenina" with Mr. and Mrs. James Bleecker host- ing. High Erizes went to Donna a=nderson and J. \\;V. tZayson, low to Beaulah Chapin and C. G. Chap- in traveling pinochle to Beaulah Chapi.n and Darl Goldy. Mr. and Mrs. G,',orae Chapin will host the nexl mc<,ting on February 16..Mrs. Stan Dyson was appointed secre- tary-treasurer for the club. Sh-{ron Moffatt of Shelton was a Friday overnight and Saturday guest in the home of Mr. and Mrs. James Hict,=son. Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Huoy nnd children were Sunday dinner' guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Stul- lcr. Mr. and Mrs. Alan Fm'd and family reeently visited in Tacoma with Mr. and Mrs. Lee Whiteman and Snohondsh with Mrs. Doris Frcese. On Sunday, Mr. nnd Mrs. Darl Goldy visited his sister. Mr,% Gladys Zoycr at Lilliwaup and ,m the way hmne stopped in to visit in the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Brevi. Mrs. A1 Chappell and Mrs. Walt- er Chappell visited Mrs. Mary Chappell al Botts Nursing Home on Smlany. Jane \\;,Viii]ares was Sunday over- night guest in the Shelton home of Jeanne McClanahan Sunday visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dell Adams were M-r. and Mrs. J. C. Tibbits and children of Chehalis and Mr. and Mrs. Lester Adams and family, Tacoma. guests of r. and Mrs. Fred Stuller. R. S. Huey hmne were Mr. and Mrs. Fred Stulter and ML and Mrs. John Anderson. Elizabeth Hickson spent. Satur- day and overnight with Jennie Smith in Shelton. The Howard I)uffev and Ernest Mayn:;rd families of Shtdtol] were ecenl callers in the home of Mr. ;,lid Mrs. qtliam Rietdorf. Jerry Bloomfield left \\;Vednes- d'ty with the St. M:artms College basketball team for Namptt Idaho, where they will play on 'Friday ,nd Saturday. Nil. AND IIIS. J. C. TIBBITS t and children were Sunday callers[ in the Allan Tibbits home'< 'Pherel they enjoyed a birthday cake for I littie Clint who was four years] oh/. , " ] Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Hulbert had as Saturday dinner guests her sister, and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Ferris. Olympia. Sunday callers in the L, B. Pharris home were their children, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Pharris and family 6f Seattle and Mr. and Mrs. Mike Johnson and children of island Lake. Mr. and Mrs. :Pete Bloomfield and granddaughter, Stephanie hmched on Friday in Kamilche with Mrs. Les Bishop. Mrs. Bishop returned home wlth them and spent the night. Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Pharris shopped in Olympia on Monday for a new pickup and will take de- livery in about a month. Jamie Hiekson had Cindy Wick- horst as Saturday overnilt o.,,'+ Sunday visitors in tlqe X"EI W'? are looking to tourist trade Lemke home were Mr. and Mrs. a t n eeononty f our state. A.H. \\;Volden and children of Seat- e nms reanzc th tt the great 1onC beauty of cur Northa est is tle. MILS. IVALTEII ('I|APPELL I ac'or in tour t attraction, and children, Mrs. Bruce McQuil- lere'ore, billboards hould :rot be kin, Kim and Penny Jo and Patsy low( d tc hid tha'. n. rural b rout, 'e see enough of toothpaste md Chappell were birthday par@ guests of Penny and autlior Mom:e gtLltll; 1' 2uCi(arettes and chewing on Saturday afternomt. Penny was " \\; sets. Let ns keep six years old and Junior three our expensive highway of wt Later, Nix'. and Mrs. A1 Chappeli we are 9stl ..... . - lzCh these dis'rael:oP°u( ’ree from and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Challender .... nen we , dropped in. ' t[t W,th confidence invite tourists aea  '" '' friends to see beauty, not bill- boards. Everyone should write our leg_ Q= islators telling them we want the: '}}.' 1961 law against billboards upheld and strengthened. The question is mtng up very soon, so our Lime Sincerely, . MRS. NINA MILLER, ":'!!} / ' Conse,wation Chairman,  Peninsula Dist,'iet State ' !!>'  ie.deratlon of Women's Clubs Oute I, Box 166, Union DIRE(TORY TV Servme Floor Coverings -- • Radio - TV Phonographs : CB 2-way radio LEROY'S TV SERVICE Mt. View Ph. 426-3172 Tire Service- • New - Godrich : g OK RUBBER WELDERS Mt. View Ph, 426-4832 Electrical .... • Fairbanks.lrorse Pumps • Electric Heating • Westinghouse Appliances 419 Railroad Ph. 426-6283 SHELTON ELECTRIC CO. s • Helena Rubinstein cos- metics Prescrtptions : HyPo-A.llergic cosmetlcs NEIUS PHARMACY Govey Bldg. Ph. 426-3327 Landscaping • Lawns, rockeries, trees shrubs * Top soil, tilling, leveling , • lree estimates SUNSET LANDSCAPING Herbert Baze 1-4718 • Linoleum • Tile • Carpeting • Formica REX FLOOR COVERING Mt. View Ph. 426-2292 Radiator Repair • Boiling out • Soldering • New core BOON'S PLUMBING HEATING, SHEET METAL 623 S. 1st. Ph. 426-3483 Florist ' • Plante for all occasions • Flowers EVERGREEN FLORISTS 4th & Birch 8 to 8 426-8479 Auto Glass- i Expert I nstallatlon I JIM PAULEY, INC. 5t & Railroad Ph 426 8231 Draperies • custom made • free estimates . work guaranteed J. C. PENNEY CO. 305 RR .% SHOP Savage Reports On Legislature By tate Representative Charles R. Savage, 24th District: Perhaps the question most often asked by folks bask home is: \\;Vhen da the legislators get down to business of passing laws? That's a good question, and the .answer is this: "No laws are passed until the measures intro- duced by your representatives have been carefully studied by one of the 21 committees in the House." The first step in lawmaking is to introduce the bill. Next the pro- posed lax.\\;, is referred to a commit- ice for study. Many laws die right there and do not reach tile floor of the House for a vote. %Vhy? Simply because a close look at some bills reveal they are not good, or perhaps they have been du- plicated by others. Another reason for failure of a proposed law to be pnt up for a vote is the fact not enough sup- loort can be put together to get it out of the Rules Committee. The case right now is that this com- mittee is controlled by the Re- publicans to the point that little or' no good legislation proposed by the Democrats will reach the House for a vote. But to get back to the original question, the introduction of bills and their consideration by com- mittees usually takes six to seven weeks. Up to now, more than 200 bills have been presented. In law- making, haste may make worse than waste. Legislators consider that time spent studying proposed laws in committee is one of the best ways to spend their time. 3 BIG DAYS OF SAVINGS! FEBRUARY 7-8-9 Right To Limit tp to now a man needed a scorecard to know who was on which team. The situation is clear now, however, and the tally stands this way: 44 regular Democrats, 48 Republicans, and seven dissident or "irregular" Democrats who have been clutched to the bosom of the Republicans. Another question, asked us by voters back home is this: Who con- trols the House of Representatives and who will he held responsible for legislation ? Well, Frank Keller, chairman of the rashington State Democratic Party, puts it this way: "It is crystal clear that the Republican Party not only has taken control of the House away from the elected Democratic majority, but by so doing" has assumed complete and total responsibility for the ac- tions of the House." To hide this responsibility, the Republican majority last week forced passage of rule changes that prevent taking- a roll call vote when the House. meeting as committee of the whole, considers items in the budget, including money for education, highways, public assistance, salaries for state employees, and so on. In othei" words, the folks bael,: 1 home won't be able to tell who/ voted for what! More, the rules were fixed so that no mnendment may be made to the budget with- out a two-thirds vote of the Honse. The two big rule changes mean, first, thal Lhe Republicans in con- trol decline to stand up and be counted on their stand on the budget, and second, that the Denmerats will not be able to amend the budget, no matter what the folks back home want. In closing this weeldy report from Olympia, may we .sk that you write us if you have ques- tions. We read and pay attention to our mail! Use Journal Wahl Ads Step up the / ladder Lawton Lumber Go. Joe V. Simpson LOW COST HOHE LOANS NEW CONSTRUCTION  REMODELING PURCHASE 6 % On Reducing Balances -- No Commission Charges Mason Gounty Savings & Loan Assodation TITLE INSURANCE BUILDING SHELTON Horrnel from 14 to 16 lb. avg. HAM SHANK PORTION .............. LB. Whole Bodied STEWING OHIGKENS .................. LB. 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