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February 2g, 1963 SHELTON--MASON COUNTY JOURNAL.--. Published in Chrstmz.slow. U,, .A.', Shelton, Washington Pal Diggle Sr. o| Matlock Dies In Unexpectedly Saturday Dora tIearing that weren't able to attend. s community is Mr. and Mrs. Dave DeFect and by the sudden passing sons. Jerry Denise and Ricky spent Diggle. Sr., Saturday the weekend at Presser with Mrs. He was found dead in DeFoer's mother and brothel'. the Bus Depot parking Mr. and Mrs. Harold Clift spent 1coma. Mr. Di'le would the weekend at Tillamook, Ore., with the latter's sister and broth- er-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Os- burn. Tile Matlock Grange will have its remflar meeting Friday eve- nine" with a clam chowder "supPer at 7:30 p.m. Saturday night will be the benefit dance for the 75 years old todav. He son and daughter-in- and Mrs. Sam Di.le, m'andehildren here. in Tacoma and a sister and some relatives in ,r sympathy is extend- Lloyd House and e Legacey and Tacoma called at the 'alley home Sunday. erbo.rt Helin. Mrs. Allen -nd Mrs..Take Trimble ' for a shower in honor Howard at the last week, Tuesday. attended and the est received many use- for her new home. LADIES, CLUB ek Wednesday aL tile with Mrs. Lud Ross- ss and the Ladies had a te shower in honor of Tle, Jr. L. D. Portman. m'e Sunday dinner Augusta Portman A. C. Montgom- were Sunday din- .and Mrs. Elvin R. Singleton and Mrs. on Mrs. Augnsta McGARVIE a snrprise bridal of Miss Nan Tar- at the Me- Those attending Taylor and Mrs. Mrs. Homer to spend three any winter summer homes visit their folks, took trips harvesters, took minus tides to: children of at" at 1 p.m. very much Barnett and the long Weekend SUmmer home, at the even got their gard- Doering and chil- Mrs. Phillips spent Thurs- here as the lOme w_ . Y ,,:n we return They live in Tacoma Mrs. Mel (Paulene Carnes and children, Yeod visiting Paul- _ n Hitehcocks. sufficiently recovered ,art attack to return to on the same job, to it as soon feel he is vdr., has been eterans Hos- -'Uperating at his guests were Mr. and Mr. of Tacoma. Archie Doe- were out check home. Social Club Ha tin Bridg Bal00 Sere d Info rio 1IN POLICE COURT f$ e e ef$ 8 rB18 fl on ,be Sholton Police Court l ..... i Sllp0Ol'tt}l'S of the $720.00(I bond br'kl}e, the eommiu:ee says. $20.000 which the taxpayers of nnol,,t lrovo Donn T'nlhm-tl Jxon- issue lo bllild a bl'idge lo }tal.Stille Th bl'ocblll'( llso sells Oll[ the the eollnly nlllst lnake lip ,n,r Mo'h ,,,m,o Tn'w 1R*,n,sfnrcl Island or. which voters will vote pod roy H Ie\\;\ r ferry wit.hin the The present ferry is 1.8 yearn ,,,;0, a..'.,,h, *o5 ebe nnD March :12 have been active in the next 'ea o m. two which could cost old. and has an estimated life ex- past few weel(s passing ()Ill hi'o- :q'.proxipmtely 8200,000 with (leek- pectancv of 20 years at tile most ,,,,m;n,," l:,,m, .o farfeil" 3. chnres with infornlation ()ll ft)c, I in K facililies. A bond iSslle vconld " ,,-,,,,: T.",,rrJ,,,a fnnltv VIGolO proposal and apl)earing be o "e be needed to pnl'ehase tile ferrv, Tile allnaal cost of retiring tile ,,:,,.,nt .,,a ,-{-m. in ,.no.-.inn - $720,000 in bonds would be from ^r ; .... ,,. con ,,,o't. r,hmq- P clubs and civic groups to explain lhe committee points out, bu't, lhe issue. [lhis could be done by county corn- $49,000 to $55,000 a year, tile .o,q,,.u n,;o'ent ,,.ix;,, ,,.-d c,omnlittee points out. a cost to a ,,a,, {, 4,***GI ,qtlihrr.;t. IFali, Tb: brocbllr(}s \\;vere pllt o11{ by I missi(n witholll a vote of the /axpayel:' of a home with a market c,,, l,r,,.lf]l. 1 1i*,,,1" {Y1 l,CItlaS.ll'l Fmf tile Taxpayer's C()nllnittet} for tile pcopl(, bec%llSe it \\;Vo!lld be un(ler value of $10,000 of about $4 a i,,,,,,,. n-d naiI 1-,'o,v *l,,'nod Harstine Island Bridge, [ lhe li!,lJt to which tile comnlission year or $80 over the 20-year , ...... t .b .... ;in ,n,|hm.;t{" Rnl,t  ( (md iss 1(' bonds Advantages of the brmge, the I ........ i oeriod ' commJitee points out, would be I The conlmtttee's brocbure points I xrm,,,,. rtl.,..lr ;, llll.lle 9. fal.- lhe interation of the island into I oul that the estinqated annual 'rile T,'easurv renlinds taxpay- r,.t. -m,-r. my,.,1 m,,,-k in n-b- the connty's economy. Vuture I ooeraling costs of the ferry Iers receiving tax refunds this year ;" 90 fm, eo;t. r,hm.t L l-liMe- growth of the island would in- I sy,dem is $31,000 a year and tha't ihat they can turn it into a nest- '""" f,.,nih;n-' limmr to minor, vgr, r;,,e and $2.50 cots: David E. crease its assessed valuation p:-:r- ] ]evemm is aboul $11 000 a year egg, by taking their refunds in U. I [,(mnmn. e,lerinp: n tavern minor Howard family, tially offsetting tile cost of the l leaving" an anlltlal deficit of abmt S. Savings Bonds. in lmssession of liquor, $50 fine Mr. nnd Mrs. Max Nilsson of ............................................................... Seatle were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Helin. MR. AND MRS. ARTHUR John- nn of Skokomish and Mr. and Mrs. Max Nilsson of Seattle were Fridsy evening dinner tuests of Mr'. and Mrs. Herbert Helin. : A family et-to-ffether dinner was held Sunday at Sheltml at l he Carl Goodman home in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Rossmaier and son, Riekv, as they are leaving Tuesday for Lanloore, Calif. Those attendina were the Arthur Shard family of Olympia, Mr. and Mrs. James Rossmaier and dauchter of Sbelton and Miss Julie Anderson of Elma and M:'. and Mrs. Lud Ro,maier. Mrs..Joe Townsend. St. and Mrs. Toe Townsend..lr. and daughter of Shelton. called at the glvin Hear- ina" home Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Kimmerly and fnmi!v of Shelton enioyed Sun- day dinner with the Herbert Breh- meyer, Sr. family. Mr. and Mrs. Kermit Smith of Vmeouver, were weekend guests of their cousins Mr. and Mrs. I. C. Ford. Mr. and Mrs. I. C. Ford, Mrs. and $2.50 costs; Gordon Steehler, drunk and disorderly, $25 forfeit; Charles Frank. drunk in public, $10 forfeit; Jerome Kerhert, drunk in public. $10 forfeit: Dan Mc- Henry, third degree assault and resisting arrest, 10 days in jail, $25 fine and $2.50 costs; Carl Allen. failure to pay $10 fine. SHERIFF'S OFFICE ARRESTS Arrested by Mason County Sher- iff's officers durin gthe past week were Richard Bush. over center line. driving while intoxicated; Charles J. Pratt, Olympia. inde- cent liberties; Wilford Forrester Puyallup, drunk in public; Helen C. Forrester, Puyallup, driving while intoxicated, negligent driv- ing, improper backing. NEW BLUE 0X FRI. - SAT. - ONLY Opens 6:45 Always Clean -- [i/u[ VALUE .................... NUTRITION .......... FLAVOR ................. R/)i/00T V.N.F.U.S. "Choice" or "Good" BEEF BLADE CUTS Guaranteed Tender .................... LB. 7-BONE ROAST VNF, U.S. "Choice" or "Good" Beef- BEEF STEW VNF, U.S. "CHOICE" or "GOOD" BEEF .................... GROUND BEEF 39' FRESH & Ib LEAN ... J. R. Sinaleton. Mr. and Mrs. Ker- Mrs' Gene mit Smith and Mr. and Mrs. Her_ [ STEA Rossmaier, Mrs. bert Brehmeyer, Jr. and family rs. Bob Dawson, all went clam digging at Oyht{t tw, Mrs. Elvin Saturday and then they all en- Caney and Mar" Jyed a fried clam supper at the I and Mrs. Augusta home of Mr. and Mrs. LeRov 1 ladies sent girts Boothe's in Hoquiam. ekend Brings a Number of 19 I This week! With Summ Residents Out ' er I and ONLY- tte Glaser P I or Gem, 'e Washing- pertaining to Harstine. Cubes 2.69 .oz. 2/2g' Sid Baunsgard, 60, resident here Meal, 25-1h. . pkg ..... gave many folks for 2.. years has three children and nine grandchildren. He is a former Lt. Col. in the army. He is president of the Social Club and very much interested in public af- fairs. He is a former industrial engineer. He and wife, Mary, are reek hounds too. George T. Waite, Jr., 39, is also running for a position on the board, he is married and the father of four, ;Cindy and Dave attend Shelton High and Junior High and Ed and -Bill attend HarsLine School. George is a lineman for the P. U. D. He served in the Merebant Marine during the war. They have been permanent resi- dents here for 15 years. Operated the Island Grocery for a little over a year and be is past president of the Social Club. H. V. GLASER, 39, has lived most of his life on Harstine at- tending Harstine Island grade school aid Irene S. Reed igh School. He served two years in the army during the war. He is married and the father of 4, all attending HarsLine Island School. He has been a permanent resi- dent here for 8 years--and owns and operates an oyster shucking plant at Ballou.. These are the five people who have filed for board position. We are so fortunate that all these good People are willing to serve our school and community. The Sid Baunsgards spent last week in Lakewood grand children visiting while their morn and dad, the Sherras enjoyed the week va- cationing at Sun Valley. Al and Monica Pridham have of offi- retrained from a five-week trip t; that took them Lo Scottsdale. Ariz. - where they visited Monica's broth, and Gunner er, John Kay. They visited Albu- The next querque and Northern at the hall POtluck dinner to P.m. Waite to visi Lewises and two and Nancy the Maxine League had rs. Steve (Helen children of :and Mrs. .ser, all aL up for elec- Island H. A. Glaser, -king re-elec- (Laurence) Mrs. one mar- a and 3 grand- a daughter at taking a two-day trio through the Painted Desert and Petrified For- est. A visit in Tnscon, then west to ttemit, Calif., and two days with vacationing Islanders, Paul and Odeyne Chaffe. They visited Al's army buddy in Huntington Park, then on to San Pedro for a visit with Islanders Inca and JohJny Johnson. On the way home they visited Islanders Ike and Pauline Carlson in Alameda. A1 reports the only snow they en- countered was in Flagstaff. Wel- come back folks. LAST WEEK "The Grand Old Lady of Piekering Passage" the Harstine IT "was again in dry- dock from 6 p.m. run till 7:30 a.m. run, while she underwent a complete motor change. The re- built motor was purchased in Ta- coma from Ben's Truck: Parts Company County crews worked all nigh'L replacing the motor. It might be wise at this time to r- mind you that if an emergency occurs during a time when the ferry is laid off the sheriff's pa, trol boat is available to us. Ferry talley this week 489--89 cars were taken across Sunday alone. ana gym-PtO-m D'Arhtno h'om grade and STOMACH ULCERS drd grade She DUETO EXCESS ACID own and oper- QUICK RELIEF OR NO COST Barnet a Permanent She s a T.V. Mac has in be, OVer five million paclmge of the LARD TREATMEN T have been sold r relief of Syraptorhs of distre arising from Stomach and Duodenol Ulcers due to Ex ce Acid-- Poor Dlgestlau, Souror U pset Stomach, GaSSiness, Heortburn, Sleep- lessness, otc., due to Excess Acid. Ask for .Wll:rl'rMessage,, Which fully explain, eatmentfreeat NELL'S PHA-M BERP S . REXALL STOKE MAYOHI00AISE LADY , ELBERTA "Halves" COCKTAIL QUART VEGETABLES FRUIT TINS DRINKS 5 ! Cream or TINS W.K, Corn. Peas Beans 46-oz. $1 TINS DEL MONTE TOMATO JUICE, PINEAPPLE PINEAPPLE-GRAPEFRUIT 79" 2-LB. LOAF VELVEETA 2 TINS POTATOE00s 33 .o, 10 CARROTS CELLO BA 9 SUNNY LOU Ib ONIONS ,, 5 ANGEL CAKE 39 OHUNK TUNA WHITE STAR ................................................................ 2-TIN $ GOFFEE MJ.B. INSTANT G-OZ.  89 S, P, TOMATOES LB. 59 2-LB. TIN WESCO Fancy ........................................ 4 lr[ (HIP5 $1.17  s 1 Tins GATSUP BAKERS quality Morsels OLEO PINEAPPLE DEL MONTE TIDBIT, 5 No. 211 $1 CRUSHED, CHUNK ........................................ tins 000KiES SUNSHINE HYDROX .............................. LB. OINNAMOH ROLLS LANGENDORF ................... PKG. AR}N gUTTER ONE , POUND ............................. : .............. Prices Effective Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Feb. 28, March 1-2. Limit Rights Reserved.