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Page t S1TELTON--lfTISON, , COUNTY JOURNAE, -- Publistie, in "Chistmastown, U.g.A.", Shelton,, Washington Thursday, February! :i; Temperatures for next five da' near or above normal highs to 50 degrees, low 35 to 40 degrees. Moderate percipitation after Fri- day. You'll Be Comfortable with Shell Modern Heat GOTT OIL GO. BAYSHORE ROAD 426-3322 , TIDES OF THE WEEK l Last Quarte r Surge computed for .oo, ca.a, Wins For 7i5 Graders Oakland Bay tides are 1 hr. and The Shelton seventh graders 50 rain. later and plus 3.0 it. managed to finish their game ith a brilliant finish in the overtime Friday, February 15 procession as they edged out a Low ............... 3:00a.m. 52ft. win over the Miller at Aberdeen High .................. 9.09 a.m 11.0 ft. Low . ................. 4:17 p.m 3.1 ft. High ................ 10:48 pm. 8.8 ft. Saturday, Febmiary 46 Low .................. 3:55 a.m. 6.4 ft. High ................ 9:43 a.m. 10.6 ft. Low ................. 5:10 p.m. 2.7fL Sunday, Febmlary 17 High ................ 0:22 a.m. 9.1 ft. Low . ................. 5:03 a.m. 7.4 ft. High ................ 10:22 a.m. 10.3 ft. Low .................. 6:08 p.m. 2.1 ft. Monday, February 18 High ................ 1:42 a.m. 9.7 ft. Low ................. 6:20 a.m 7.9 ft. High ................ 11.09 a.m. 10.1 ft. Low .................. 7:00 p.m. 1.4 ft. Tuesday, Fel)ruary 19 High ................ 2:44 a.m, 10.5 ft. Low .................. 7:35 a.m. 8.1 ft. High ................ 12:05 pm. 10.0 ft. Low .................. 7:50 p.m. 0.7 ft. Wednesday, February 20 High ................ 3:30 a.m. 11.2 ft[ Low .................... 8:35 a.m 8.0 ft High ................ 1:03 p.m. 10.1 ft. Low- . ................. 8:36 p.m -0.9 ft. Thursday, February 21 High ................ 4:07 a.m. 11.7 ft; Low .................. 9:23 a.m. 7.6 ft. High 2:00 p.m. 10.4 ft. Low . ................. 9:19 p.m. -1.4 ft TRAVELING TEAMS The Men's Wondering (8) Tra- veling t:eam will bowl at the Ab- erdeen Rec. this Sunday. They are in 5th place at the present time. The Men's Evergreen Travel team bowled at Westside Lane last Sunday when they won five of eight points which keeps, them in one of the top three spots in the league. Electric Home Heating Clean As Electric Light The cleanest way to heat your home is with built-in ELECTRIC home heating--the modern'system that cre- ates heat instantly, silently, automatically. Electric hat is as c!ean as electric light--and as safe and silent, too. With warmth-by.wire, there's no fuel, no storage requirements, no flue, no fumes--just the even warmth that you can control, room by room, with individual thermostats. Your walls, your draperies, carpets and furniture will stay clean longer, Ask for the facts about the home heating system of tomorrow that's here todayclean, quiet, comfortable electric heat. 00so. P.U.D. NO. 3 COUNTY JACK COLE, president; TOM WEBB, vice-president; EO TAYLOR, Secretary JERRY SAMPLES, Manager last Thursday. Miller started the second period witht an 8-5 lead and ended the half with the same three point mar- gin 13-10. After the intermission Miller in- creased the margin with a ten- point splurge and finished the quarter with a 23-18 margin. The Shelton crew, however, held Mil- ler to hree points while they canned eight ending the score in a draw, where they outscored the Aberdeen school 3-0. SHELTON 29 MILLER 26 Koningsfeld 2 Fuller 1 Petty 6 Haas 4 Swope 0 Lacroix 2 Swisher 11 Pentilla 0 Malloy 5 Augustine 6 Shelton subs: Donaldson 5 Fred- son. Miller subs: Smith. Ancich 5, Lamb 2. Torgerson. Campbell, Husky 4. Brudvik, Bodwell 2. MMK Drops Pair To Quiloene, Wiskkah The Mary M. Knight basket- ball team saw its Southwest dis- trict hopes foiled as they were defeated twice, by Quilcene 62-46 and to Wishkah 54-46. Friday Quilcene broke the game open in the first quarter when they poured in 14 points while holding the team to only five garners. Quilcene added to their lead in the second quarter and at the intermission the score stood 31-18. Quilcene was never to be headed although Matlock out- scored them in the third period canning 11 counters while Quilcene netted only ten. Saturday after a 'brief one- quarter lead the Wishkah team )outed in 19 points as the Mat- lock five hit for II in the wide open quarter Matlock outgained the Wishkah team in the third period also but their cause was lost as Wishkah still managed to defeat them. Bill Trenckmann 'led Matlock in both games with 13 and 12 re- spectively as Gone Brehmeyer added to their cause with seven and ten points. M.M.K. 46 QUILCENE 62 J. DeFoer 4 Wolneiwicz 1 Hollatz 8 Broderson 14 Brehmeyer 7 Copeland 6 Stodden 7 Cassette 12 Trenckmann 13 DeLurme 18 Matlock subs: West 6, Valley, L. DeFoer, Palmer, Shaw. Quilcene subs: Neuman 2, Ward 7. Corey 2, Finley. Score by Quarters Matlock 5 13 11 1746 Quilcene 14 17 10 21--62 WISHKAH 54 M.M,K. 46 Carter 0 West 1O lICDougall 7 ' Tretiekmarm 12 Springer 8 Brehmyerl0 Ridgeway 9 Stodden 4 Keitel 14 Walker 2 Wishkah subs: Marbut 17. Matlock extras: Shaw 1, J. DeFoer 4, Valley 2, Palmer, D. DeFoer, Hollatz 1. 2 P.M. BANTAMS W L Jay Birds .......................... 41 10 L.M. Co ............................. 28 23 V.F.W ................................. 26 25 Willour Ins ....................... 25 26 High game--Randy. Stanly fl56 High series--handy Stanly 290. 12:30 LEAGUE W L Nell's Pharmacy ............ 491/ 34 Phil's Richfield ................ 47 37 Shelton Union Service..45 38V Dairy Queen .................... 25 59 High gameC. Cronquist 212. High series -- C. Cronquist 562. FRIDAY NIGHT MIXED W L Hop Katz .............................. 43 25 You Name It ...................... 28 Suburbanites ........................ 27 41 Twisters .............................. 27 41 High games--Verna JohanBon 160, Chuck Thompson 189. I-ligh seriesVerna Johanson 451; Chuck Thompson 505. i ,i Let's Brag About SHELTON and MASON COUNTY Send A Copy Of WELC,0ilE SHELTON AND HASO COUNTY To a friend, relative or total stranger anywhere in the United States or Ca]mda Th i Book Is Book Will Gontain-.- , . REE 'oMany pictures f area History and other stories POSTAGE, ENVELOPE AND HANDLING 2F PER COPY Just send your check. cash or I.O.U. along with the nmnes and addresses to . . . Shelton Printing & Statmuer) C(. 7,;, I v,. .... Schools, clubs, churches Maps of city and county All kinds of information about the area. - I'ublished By - Shelton Printing & Stationery 131 Railroad Avenue Shelton PllO OS ,CCPT IF YOU V FOR THE CAL MERCHANTS LEAGUE Johnson Shell ...................... 13 Thurston Co. S & L ........ 11 9 Kimbel Motors .................... 11 9 Olympic Plywood ............ 10 10 Timber Appliance ............ 10 10 Old Mill ................................ 9 11 Prepps .................................... 9 11 Ralphs Serve-U .................... 7 13 High game--John Howe 246. High series---Jerry Christy 576. BANTAM LEAGUE W L Cook's Plant Farm .......... 41 16 Timber Bowl ...................... 34 33 Morgan & Eacrett .......... 33 24 Shelton Journal ......... ; ...... 26 31 Eagles 2079 ...................... 25 32 Lions Club .......................... 24 33 Boon's Plumbing .............. 22 35 Wilson Mill ........................ 22 35 High game -- Sonja Ahlquist, 142, Bruce Hoard, 138. High series- Sonja Ahlquist, 266, Bruce Hoard, 243. FRATERNAL LEAGUE W L Moose Antlers .................. 17 7 Fuller Const ..................... 14 10 Lions Club .......................... 14 10 Kiwanis Club .................... 12 12 Shelton Hardware ............ 11 13 Bull Moose ........................ 11 13 Rotary Club ...................... 10 14 Eagles Aerie .................... 7 17 High game L. Leman. 208. High series Bill Wilson. 563. MR. AND MRS. LEAGUE W L Vagabonds ........................ 52 28 Skid Rowlers .................... 47 33 L Da No ............................. 45 34 Gutter Snipes ................ 41 38 Nite Owls .......................... 39 41 Four Squares .................... 321/ 47& Down Beats ...................... 31 48 Bowl Evils ........................ 31 49 High games--Shirley Engen 160; Jerry Christy 235. High series--Cleo Hulet, 437; Jerry Christy 570. CiTY LEAGUE W L Beckwith Jewelry ...... 13 5 Riehel Logging .............. 11 7 Simpson Timber ............ 10 8 Wilson Co ..................... 9 8 40 & 8 .......................... 9 9 Shaub Ellison .............. 9 9 Frisken Oil .................... 6 11 L.M. Co ......................... 4 14 High games--A. Robinson 239, B. Knutzen 225. High series--B Knutzen, 630, A. Robinson, 611. WOMENS COMMERCIAL W Gott's Oilerettes .............. 18 Allyn Shell ........................ 17 Bill's Shell .......................... 13 Timber Bowl ...................... 13 Darigold .............................. 13 Mint Tree .......................... 9 Eells & Valley .................. 7 Richfield Oil ...................... 6 L 6 7 11 11 11 15 17 18 High game Phil Collins 211. High series--Phil Collins 491. WOMEN'S CITY LEAGUE W Sunbeam Bread ................ 18 Millo's Diner ..... :.r ............... 16 helton Hotel .................... 15 lo'rgan:s ............................ 14 McConkey's ........................ ll Hoodsport Lumber .......... 9 Polka Dot .......................... 8 L.M. Co ............................... 5 L 6 8 9 10 13 15 16 19 High game-=Bobbie Barnett 189 High series Mary Anne Bosch 511. RAYONIER W Silva Foxes ...................... 19 Acetate Aces ...................... 16 8 Maintenance ...................... 14 , 10 Rayonettes ........................ 13 / 11 Pin Curlers ........................ 13 [ 11 Wood Birds ........................ 9 15 ,Water Boys ...................... 6 18 Four Fowlers .................. 6 18 High games--Beth Brown, 173. Jim Latimer 197. High series--Jan Chase, 468, Jim Latimer, 533. GRANGE LEAGUE W L Matlock .......................... 19 5 Cloquallum .................... 15 8 Skokomish ...................... 14 10 Southside ........................ 12 12 Pomona .......................... 12 12 Agate .............................. 12 12 Shelton Valley .............. 7 17 Patrons .......................... 4  19 & High gamesIva Cook. 175. Jim Rossmaier 209. High series---Ira Cook, 480, Jim Rossmaier, 535. MAJOR LEAGUE W L LaBissoniere Agency ...... 11 Vz 6  N. %V. Evergreen .............. 11 7 Jim Pauley ........................ 11 7 Timber Bowl .................... 10 8 Dan's Nile Hawks ........ 5/ 12 OlsOn's B&B Shop ........ 5 13 High game--Bill Bosch 233; L. L. McInelly 236, High series--Bill Bosch 638, L. L. McInelly 656. COMMERCIAL LEAGUE W L Wilson ................................ 16 8 Moose .................................. 10 B & R ................................ 13 11 Wingards .......................... 13 11 Ritners .............................. 11 13 Zieglers .............................. 10% 13 Verles ................................ 10 14 Gotts .................................. 8 15h High game--Bob Turner 239. PleaSant Weather Brings People To Nahwatzel By Joann Tupper LAKE N'AHWATZEL With this beautiful and enchanting Sum- mer weather we've been having at the Lake these past, few days, all birds and trees seem o be en- joying the beauty of the Lake and area with their songs and blos- soms. It felt grand to shed our winter coats and take in some of the pleasant sun. It seems a shame that it's so early in the season and is won't last long, but lots of peop- le over the weekend have enjoyed taking a drive and visiting friends and relatives. At the resort, boats are being readied for the coming fishing season, and reservations are being accepted for boats and cabins. Mr. and Mrs. Dorsey Golf of Union enjoyed a drive down and visited with Mr. and Mrs. James Blocker last Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Lee Dawson enjoyed Wed- nesday evemng visiting Mrs. Den- nis Reed and Mrs. Dale Taylor at the Taylor home at Tumwater. EDDIE DAWSON was an over- night guest at the home of Steve Anstey of Shelton. Sunday, Eddie and a group of young people from the Short, on-area.enjoyed a ski trip up to White Pass. Over the weekend, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Dawson traveled down to their cabin at Grayland. This beautiful weather brought the picnickers and surfers out to the ocean, Mrs. Dawson said. Friday afternoon Mrs. A1 Tup- per and granddaughter. Susan vi- sited with Mrs. Clifford Reeve and daughter. Paula. MR. AND MRS. Clifford Reeve entertained Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Gunther and family, of Onalaska. and Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Clemmons and family of Tacoma last Sun- day. Drop-in visitors on Sunday evemng were Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Killough of Dayton. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Springer had as overnight guests Saturday, Mrs. L. P. Cook of Montesano. Sunday callers aI the home of Mr. and Mrs. Amel Tveit was Mrs, Paul Webster and son Terry of Bremerton. and Mr. and Mrs. A1 Tupper. The occasion was to cele- brate Mrs. Tveit's birthday. Mr. and Mrs. F E. Hewson were in Olympia last Thursday visiting at the home of their daughter/ Mrs. Phil Parker. and the grand- children. Last Friday the Hewsons were in Aberdeen on business. Weekend guests at the Hewson's home were Mr. Hewson's brother and family, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Hewson of Granger. Sunday Mrs. Phil Parker and children of Olym- pia visited. We are very happy to report that Mr. Hewson is now able to get up and around on crut- ches after his recent accident. After the recent loss of the Ken- ny Howard home in Matlock. some of the people in this area are plan- ning a "ldtehen" shower for Mrs. Howard. The shower is to be a 7:30 p.m. on Feb. 19 at the home of Mrs. Herbert Helin of Matlock. Ronnie Kjellman was a Satur- day dinner guests at the home of Mr ,and Mrs. Arehie Kelley. Also, visiting on Saturday was Doug Parker. Mr, and Mrs. Hank Chappell were Saturday evening guests at Mr. and Mrs. egg's ',eme at ]::,/- shore. The oecamon was to cele- brate Mr. Chappcil':: =n:! )::. :2ag- gie egg's birthday. Last Tuesday Mrs. Frank Coo- - i Ob,tua", Joe Hill In Seattle Hi Joseph Hill 79 dieC! tle hospital Feb. 6. 191 cceived several weel fire aL his home. N lived in Shelton for years. He was born in Michigan. Before hll he was a boom man. The funeral was Saturday at 9 a.m. at Catholic church with Weiehmann in charge. was in Holy Cross Ceg No known relativeS Legal Publications NOTICE OF GROUND WATER RIG liT APPLICATION NO. 6574: State of 1Vashington OFFICE OF SUPERVISOR O]P WATER RESOURCES Olympia TAKE NOTICE: That DANDO SAFE COMPANY t INC. and/or .ALVIN L. OWEN. Jr, el Redmond, Washington, on January 3. 1963. filed application for pemnit to withdraw public ground waters through a well situated within S SEV4SW{ of Section 8. Township 19 N.. Range 6 W. W. M.. in Mason County. in the amount of 60 galhms per minute, subject to existing rights continuously, each yea)' for the pro'pose of domestic supply for two (2) homes: domestic supply for trailer court and for stock water. Any objections must t)e accompanied by a two dollar ($2.00) recording fee and filed with the State Supervisor of Water Resources within thirty (30) days from February 14 1963. Witness my hand and official seal this 22nd day of January, 1963. M. G. WALKEI. State Supervisor of Water Resources, 2/7-14 2t IOTICE OF WATER RIGHT APPLICATION Nil. 17674 State of Vasldngton OFFICE OF SUPERVISOR OF WATER RESOURCES Olympia TAKE NOTICE: That DANDO SAFE COMPANY. INC. and/or ALVIN L, OWEN. JR. of Redmond Washington. on January 3. 1963. filed application for permit to divert he public waters of Decker Creek tributary of So)sop River. in the amount of 0.40 second-foot subject to existing rights, during n'rigatiol) sea- son each year for the purpose of ir- rigation and continuously for recrea- tion purposes; that the approximate point of diversion s located within SE ',' SW, of Section 8. Township 19 N.. Range 6 W.. W.M.. in Mason County, Ally objections nmst be acconlt)all- led bY a two dollar ($2.00) recording fee and filed with the State Supervisor ot Water Resources within thirty (30) days from February 14. 1963. Witness my hand and official seal this 21st day of January, 1963, M. G. WALKER State Supervisor of Water Resources. 2/7-14 2t NO. 3416 L NOTICE TO CREDITORS 5 IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON FOR MASON COUNTY. (IN PROBATE) In the Matte): of tile Estate o GEORGE W. BOLIN. Deceased. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned has been appointed and has qualified as the Executrix of the Estate of George W. Bolin. deceas- ed: that all persons having claims against said deceased are hez'eby re- quired to serve the same, duly verified, on the undersigned Executrix or her attorney of record at the address be- low stated and file the same with the Clerk of the said court, together will) proof of such service wilhin six monlh after the date of first publication el this notice or the sanlc will be barred. Date of first publication: January 31. 1963. VIVIAN BOLIN GLENN E. CORREA Attorney for Estate Bell Building Slelton, Washington 1/31-2/7-14-21 4t NO. 3118 NOTICE TO CREDITOitS TO PRESENT AND FILE CLAIMS IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON FOR MASON COUNTY. (1N PROBATE) In the Matter of the Estote of CHARLES ANDERSON. Deceased. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned. Ann WesLberg has been appointed and has qualified as Executrix of he Last Will and Testa- ment and of the estate of Charles An- derson, deceased: and that all per- sons having claims agginst the said estate or the said deceased are here- by required to serve the same duly" vwified in duplicate with the ncccs- H sary vonehers attached uoou *.he un- dersigned Exccutrix or l)er altorney of record at the law office of B. Franklin Heuslon Angh" Building. Shelton, Washington. and file such elainls to- gether with proof of service with the Clerk of the above entitled Court within six (6) months after the date of thc first publication of this notice. to-wit: 14. February. 1963, or all claims not so presented and filed will be for- ever barred. ANN WESTBERG. Executrix. Estate of Charles Anderson. deceased. Address: Grapeview Washington B. FRANKLIN HEUSTON. Attorney for said Estate. Angle Bldg. Shelton. Wash. 2 2/t4-21-28-3/7 4t NO. 3414 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON FOR MA- SON COUNTY IN PROBATE IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF FLORENCE GROSHONG. De- ceased. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned has been appoinied and has qualified as the Executrix o the Estate of Florence Groshong, de= ceased: that all persons having elaim against said deceased are hereby re. quired It) serve the same. duly veri, fied, on lho undersigned Executrix or her attorney ol rccord at the address below stated and file the san)e with the Clerk of the said com't, together wiih proof of such seFv1ce wi[hin six nlonths after the date of first publi- cation of this notice o) the same will be barred. Date of first publication: Janua. 24 1963. BARRARA JANN ROESSEL Exe.euh'ix GLENN E. CORREA Attorney for Estate Bell ]uilding Sheiton, Washington 1/24-31-2/7-14 4t ('ALL FOl'* BID(IS The Board of Mason County Conl- nllSSloners al S}n}lton. Washington, hereby calls for sealed bids for the demolition and removal of the old two- story al)al'tluent building loealcd on tlw :;ouLh side of Pine Street. and being situated on to| 3, Bh)ck "G". David Shclton's First Addition to She]ton. Washington. Pids will bc reeeiwd by [he Clerk of the Board at,the Auditor's Office, or Colunlissioner's l'ooln, at the Ct)url- house in Shelton, Washington, until 11:30 A.M.. February 25, 1963. Tln; right to reject any or all bids, or parts thereof, and to waive ally and all informalities in the form of bids' submitted, is ilereby reserved. Specifi- cations covering in detail the subject matter of this Call fro" Bids are on file in the office of the Clerk of the Board or the En,ineer's Office and are subjeci to public examination during off[cc hours and copies there(A" will be furnished to interested persons by the Engineer upon request. BY ORDER OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS of Mason County. Washington. this 4th day of February, 1963. C. NOLAN MASON Clerk of the Board. 2/14 1L NO. 3385 NOTICE OF HEARING FINAL IEPORT AND PETITION FOR T)IT IIiUTI()N IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE Ot" WASHINGTON FOR MASON COUNTY. In the Matter of the Estate of CLIF- FORD F. LIVINGSTON. Deceased. Arnold Livingston. Executor of said Estate. has filed with said Court his final report and petition for distribu- tion. asking the Court to settle said report, distribute the property to the persons thereto entitled and to din- charge said Execmor. Said report and pc)then will be heard on the tbth day of March 1963. at 10 A.M. in tthe COLnT(;oIn Of said Court ill the County CoLlrtro(al3 of said Court. Jn the County DATED THIS 11th day of February, 1963. LAURA M. WAGENER. Clerk of the Superior Court. ROBERT L. SNYDER. Attorncy at Law. 125% N. 5th Shelton Washington. 2/I4-21-28 3t GOMPLETE GOMFORT per had as luncheon guests N and Mrs. J. B, McClanahan oi Shelton. Friday Mrs. Cooper was luncheon guest at the McClana- han's home. FRANK COOPER, Jr. stationed at Payne Field at Everett, was weekend guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cooper. On Sun- day the Coopers and Miss Sandra Tupper drove up towards Grizdale and returned to enjoy dinner at the Cooper's home. The Lake Nahwatzel Volunteer Fire Dept. had a meeting last Tues- day evening at the A1 Tupper home. Those attending were: Amel Tveit, Lee Dawson. Clifford Ford, and Clifford Reeve. John Tupper attended a State Convention at Seattle on Feb. S, 9. and 10 for the Young Democra- tic Club. A group of young people rom the Shelton area left on Fri- day for Seattle they stayed at the Hotel Stewart The convention was held at the New Washington Ho- tel. DICK TUPPER, last Wednes- day evening attended the meeting for the Shelton Nimrods Club, The Club is planning a dance on March 9th at the Dayon Hall. Last Sunday Mr. and Mrs. AI Tupper and son. Alan. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Tupper and daughter, Susan were dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Art Pahner of Matlock. They all celebrated Mrs. Palmer's and Dick Tuppers birthdays, _ __ __ iSR ,Glass of 1943 Seeks Members The ISR Class of 1943 Class Re- union planning committee is still trying to locate the following members: Donald Lawrence. Bill McCreary, Donald Sallee and Al- den Whittle. Anyone knowing the where- abouts of any of these people is asked to call 426-6171. The com- mittee reminds members to send back class histories right away and o get their reservations in as soon as possible. Too Late To Glassify ('All) OF TItANK : We wisl to express our heartfell gratitude for the synlpathy, kindness and assistance also thc beautiful floral offerings gvcn us durinK tbe loss of OUr loved one. The Woolsey Family BOAT. nlotor, trailer. 17 ft. convert- il/Ic. 80 h.p. Mercury, Holsclaw trail- er. Execllmlt condition. Phone 426- 2055. 204 W. "G" St.. after 5 p.n). J 2/14 BEAUTY REST box spring and nlat- trss. Electric sewiug nlac]line. Auto- nlatie washer. Curtain stretchers. Phone 126-3560. W 2/]4 WILL trade 500 ft waterfront, near Allyn or 3 hedroom home in Shelton for logged off land. Phone 426-4476. 2/14-28 Service" For Milton 'The funeral serviC0 H. Adams, a native county, was held at 11 day at the Batstone with Roy. Eugene Kn ' rag Interment wa IOOF cemetery. ! Mr. Adams was b0! ton, March 17, 1888.11 Spokane veterans heS!l 1963, after a long illn in. Shelton for 62 Y! life, spending many of: as a printer for the No known relativei James Mallis ! Studeni Preside James Mattis an IN ig--iSehool graduate, i H president of the stud Central Washington t Ellensburg, last weeR. He is a junior at the t is the son of Mr, and, Mattis, former Shelt0 now of Redmond. ) Loans on fur automobiles, ment, livest0 other securit: take up to 48 to repay. Credi Insurance is able. Phone, or write: SERVlGE FII GO, !i 124 Railroad ! Shelton, W asldl!.! Phone 426 -4! Tim Boo tery's FAMILY SHOE CONTINUES 465 pairs to Ghiidren's Shoes Women's Size 82 to 4 Size 4 to ty.n RED STRAPS HEELS BROWN STRAPS FLATS BLACK STRAPS PUMPS RE0  BROWN OXFORDS TIES RED LOAFERS Values to $6.99 Values to for less than $10 monih fuel cost One Group One Infanls' Shoes Men's Size 3 to 8 Size 6z tO ' $385 TOTAL COST oE  t RED OXFORDS BLACK LOAFiEI TO YOU rr 0. -o BROWN OXFORDS BLACK -- BLACK & WHITE BROWN High series--Bill Bosch 602. t } , BROWN & WHITE BROWN > ed u E BROWN SHOES CHUKA BOOTS M,XED Fou.,oM00. AVERAGE 8,000 00-BE00.oo00 WATTS U n'lr Sll 92 $ Rusty Ducks ...................... 16   " Buster. .................. 16 A ' Tilnbe" Ducks .................. 13 18 Z ) Strippers ............................ 12 12 ELECTRIC   What's Next ...................... 11 13 BASEBOARD nil-00i g Pm Rusters ...................... 11 13  = Values to $4.99 Values to Odd Balz .......................... 10 14 ' =L. KnockOuts Jack High High Pearson games--Dona series--Dona ...................... 203. Moran Moran 7 17 T 177,47s. Installed Terms  } THE Jack Pearson 512. c @ o .E " HOUSEWIVES LEAGUE W L Jim Pauley .................. 17 7 Evergreen Florists ..... 17 7 BaIl's Food Cent ........... 17 7 Hood Canal Marina ...... 13 11 Edward's Salon .......... ].0 13 Angle Agency .............. 10 13 Shelton Union .............. 6 18 Shelton Marine .............. 5 19 PHONE 426-6477 THAGKERAY ELEGTRIG 217 COTA STREET 125 Railroad Avenue pho tie