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, 96o Ir OLWF CO,Tin, fi@et ill Shelton Police Roils Halbert Men- Carl Allen, fail- Eldie Burdiek, license plates, $25 ?0sts; Terry Gustaf- illegal use ed. George in possession of $25 forfeit: nlinoP in posses- Consuming liquor $25 i Super 2-temp. forfeit; JamesR. Deyette, minorin possession of and consunqing liquor, $25 forfeit; Carl T. Chap- man .Jr., minor in possession of and consuming liquop, $50 forfeit; Freddie J. Beatty, drunk in public, minor consuming liquor, $25 fine and $2.50 costs; Jack L. Vinzant, speeding, $10 forfeit; Harvey lobiIson, drunk in public, $25 fine and $2.50 costs; VCarren Knutzen, :o arterial stop, $5 forfeit; Gerald McChme, speeding, $10 forfeit. StlELTON MAq0N COUN2W JOURNAL--PublLqhed m II)AH0 flULEAR POST (00IVEN EARVlm LOOP, SHELTOH Earvin K. Loop, a native of  received 1)3" tile Journal Shellon and oraduate of h'ene I He is lhe son of Pr,ff. H Enz) S. f{eed high school, has heen ap- Loop, supcrintendenl of Shelton pointed director of Ihe Nllclear schools for 25 years until \\;Vold Safety division of lhe Atomic War I r. Energy Commission's Idaho opera- Loop's nppoinlment, effeclive Iiolls office,, according 1o word imme, diately, involves mnportanl 2 DAYS O RLY MARCH 8- 9 REFRIGERATOR- FREEZER apacity, automatic defrosting refrigerator, 104-lb. zero- er, butter-cheese chest, two 15-qt. porcelain crispers, re- ,or racks, sliding-adjust able shelf, full 5-yr. warranty. $229 2 Days Only TAPPAH DELUXE 30-inch ELECTRIC RANGE Nothing Cooks Like a Tappan w/t SOLD FOR $359.95 TS UNTIL APRIL 15 By the makers of UNIVERSAL. ,1699s trade " 10 cLtp size in silvery chrome over solid copper 00,oo 88 ou00,.o SELECTOR Sale Only! ]U!ar $19.95 value HAIR DRYER with Bouffant hood and tilted white carrying case. Perfect as a table model or hangs from shoulder strap so user can do other things. 4 temperatures to choose from! ,15ss $24.95 value Extended Range SPRAY STEAH IRON Use this iron 4 ways: Spray and steam Spray and dry Steam only Dry only 0000,10ss $22.95 value WARREN REFRIGERATION Service ----- 127 So. 2nd St.  ts" "It's The Service After the Sale That uoun :M les responsil)ilities fbr ll'Sul'inK tile safe opcvati(m of all 100-adnlinis- |el'Pal l'eat'lOl'S and sat)port facili- lies at llle Nalional Rcact(n Test- ing Slalion. Loop comes to Idaho [Calls on lrallsfor (VOlYL Chicago Operations Office, where he has been re- actor safety engineer since June. 1960. Before joining the AEC. he served 10 years with General Elec- Iric Co... H.ichland. V, rash., as test engineer shifL supervisor, pro- duction scheduling analyst, and reactor supervisor. After receiving his early edlca- lion in Shelton. Loop attended the UnivcrsKy of Washington gradu- ating in 1950 with a B.S degree in chemical engineering. Ill 1959- 60, he completed a year of post- gradoate work in mathematics with tile University of Washing- ton. Before entering college, Mr. Loop served 265 years in the Navy, including a year and a half in the South Pacific. He will re- side with his wife. and four daughters--Karen. Susan. Mary Ellen, and Lord---at 1067 Wester- gard Ave. in Idaho Falls. Cub Scout Pack I10 Has Award Banquet About 250 persons attended the Cub Scout Pack 110 Blue and Gold banquet in the Mt. View School multi-purpose room last week. John Ragan, representing the Rotary Club, presented the Pack with its charter for the coming year. Awards presented included Mike BaG gold arrow on Wolf Badge and denner stripe; James Densley, assistant denner stripe and one- year pin: Rick Fil;ehitt silver arrow on \\;Volf Badge; Mike Lar- son, one-year pin: Danny Shep- pard, gold arrow on Bear Badge and one-year pin; Ricky Christian, Bear Badge; Traey Armstrong, denner stripe; Bobby Lund. assist- ant denner stripe and Shawn Parr, silver arrow on "Wolf Badge, New Cub Scouts inducted were Greg Brown, Jeff Conklin. Randy Coots, Brian Jay "Tennis. Ken- neth gingery and Kenneth E. Smith. Mrs. Lee Irma Kingery and Mrs. Betty Coots will he den moth- ers for Den 5 which was started recently. FOR OBSERVATION Charles J. Pratt, Olympm, was committed to Western State Hos- pital for observation after appear- ing in Mason County Superior Court Friday on a morals charge. Journal Want Ads Pay in 'Chr{,qtma,towb U.8.A.", Shelton, Waghtngon Page 3 i , i iii , i i I I , I [ " i , i Allyn Couple Are Parents 0f Kew ' 00ab}; gaughter .:. : . By Judy Von ()y;leil :' ...... :::::: ALLYN Allyn residents wish , to cosaT'tluhtle. Mr. and Mrs. 'Pore Van Slyke on the arrival of their lle\\;V bal)y dallgiller. She was born /ecb. 27 and wmghed a litlle over lhl'oC pounds. They've named her Kimberly Marjane. Charlotte is HOW hollle anxiously awaiting the lime \\;\'hen Kimberly will be big enough to bring home fix)ill the hospital We nre h'u)py to report Mrs, Alta MacKay is now home from Naval Hospital after undergoing ',?IA.1OF surgel'y. She is feeling bet- tel' but has to take things real easy. We hope to soon see her up and about. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Kuehn of Paulsbo were dinner guests of the Earl Terrells on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Enochs of Victor have just retm'ned from a lun filled three week vacation which included visils to Mazatlan, WORKING ON HOUSE --Two members of the Jerry* Raymond, John- B liner, Frank Lee, Larry Mexico, Las Vegas. and several Irene S. Reed High School class work on the DePoe, Kenny LeBresh, Dale Kimberley, Steve spots m California. taking in home the class is building this year for Mr, and Evans, PaI Hanson, Mel Cuzick, Russell Savage, Disneyiand and Marine Land. We Mrs. Nell Dethlefs on Laurel Street. Members of Russell Dooms, Jim Oouty and Jean Armstrong. hear they really had a most en- the class working on the project this year are Arne Johnsen is instructor. joyable vacation. THE EMERGENCY Ambulance Death of Hilt Adams R00alls Group ]et at the home of the Jewel Von Ostens last Wednesday. They have decided to save coffee " " hands to purchase a coffee pot for Early Days In Mason County the group. Please save them for . us or also the bands from instant. :&4 ___L___ You can place them in cans pro- By Dr. Hary W. Deegma ,./vlerulani$ retired Iason County engineer. vided at either of the stores in The passing of Milton Adams FROM WH.T@OM, the .mei - - Allyn or give. them to Mrs. Judy recently recalls some early day came to Mason County, home- DAIRY QU:EENPdE-OPENS, Von Osten or any other member history of his family in Shelton isteading in Egypt*VM!ey, with NEW MANAGER, IN CHARGE of he group. They discussed and Mason County. With his pass- .Adams exchanging for a farm at John Monger has leased the She1. rules and regulations. Since the mg went the last remaining mere- Shelton Valley,. where the family ton Dairy QUEEN from his bro- firemen have changed their meet- ber of the early day Adams clan. lived until 1890, then they sold ther Ray and has re-opened the ing nights to Wednesday it was During territorial days, with: the place to Levi Shelton; populsr eating spot on First street decided to have ambulance group Horace Dunbar, the grandfather, meet on Monday nights once a came Almerion Adams the father In. 1880, lss Hattie Dunbar, following n extensive remodeling month. Next meeting will be and Gilbert Ward an early day civil daughter of Horace Dunbar, came project. March 25 at the Fire Hall. If any- engineer, to the Territory of to marry Almerion Adams in a big lIonger ttas moved here from one is interested please get in Washington in 1876, settling at double wedding on New Year'S the family home in North Dakota touch with either Mrs. Susie Von Whatcom. now known as Belling- :eve. W!ll Dunbar and tIester With his wife, three sons and two Osten or Howard Wynn. A little ham. Old letters among te pos- .Greytax were the other couple daughters. zeminder t6 all of you if you have sessions of Milton Adams dis- ;joined in the ceremony, held at The remodeling has been desigm- not yet donated to the Fire De- closed a very successful trapping Oakland, Washington Tera'itory. ed primarily to provide faster ser- partment or Ambulance Fund, do season was enjoyed by the men. The Adams family moved to a vice and wider variety to the food so now. It's later than you think. Gilbert Ward, a Civil War veteran home at Fourth and Cots in 1890, menu thxt the installation of new The Victor Community Club is and a long time resident of Shel- which was purchased from Louie kitchen equipment. New lighting DeRosier, and the following year and new flooring are also part of saving coffee bands so if you use ton, was the father of . L. Ward, !Cecile was born. In the meantime the remodeling. coffee save the bands for them, so they can get their coffee pot. Noble, who just recently lost her in 1889, Horace Adams passed Ray longer will continue to away and was buried at Oakland own the business and serve in his My. and Mrs. Melville Hemphill mother, Mrs. Eva Hood of ltter- Bay, as was grandfather Horace capacity as executive vice-presi- dropped out to the Von Ostens son, Calif. Saturday evening to wish Mr. and THE NORTH MASON Iusic Dunbar. The father, lmerion dent of Dairy Queen of the Pacific Adams, died in 1899 and in 1908 lrorthwest, but will soon be mov- Mrs. Jewel Von Osten a very Department gave a musical pro- .Henry Adams passed away. Then ing his offices to Portland. happy anniversary. They were gram Friday for students. Ir. Cor- for many years the widow, Hattie, * * * married 26 years ]Iarch 2. liss led the band and several hum- the daughter Cecile and the son BETTMAN'S HAS BIG Elementary P.T.A. will meet to- bers sung by the "Yachtsmen" Milton maintained the home. OPENING DAY SATURDAY night at 8 p.m.. at North Mason. added much enjoyment to the pro- HERE CECILE MET and mar- Manager Gene Hanson reports They plan an introduction to the gram. candidates for the school board. A Bible Study for the youngsters tied Sid Wolcott, conductor on the the Saturday opening of Bettman's Peninsular Railway train, who a Men's Shop was very successful. They also will present the life-time of Allyn will be held at the few years later met death be- The guest book was signed by 527 menbership awards. They would Howard Wynn home ]V[onday after- neath the railroad cars. She then people during the day. Door prize like to pns:h membership and their noons at 3:30 p.m. This will be for married 5. B. Ransom, who some winners announced by Hanson are magazine drive, '- any denomination and Mrs. Coutts years prior had gained fame by Mrs. Clifford Linton, winner of the Terry McKeen and Howard o{ Shelton wilt teach the children, making a visit by horseback in Timely suit; Steve Chase, received Wynn took advantage of om   i-r. and Mrs. Elmer Beeson seem 1924, to every state capitol iti the pair of Bostoian shoes, and R. It. beautiful weather amt went fish- to always have lost strangers corn- Union. The mothm* passed away Keenan won a Stetson hat. in off Harstine Island. They ing to their home for help. The on Thanksgiving Day in 1928. caught three real nice ones. other evening two young men Grandfather Dunbar and Horace DUNN GETS DELEGATE All Allyn residents wish to ex- who had ridden bikes over on the Adams were removed from the DUTY IN HONOLULU tend their sympathy to Mrs. Leola Fauntleroy Ferry and rode around Oakland cemetery to the Shelton A. Roy Dunn, Shelton real es- Port Orchard and on out to Wye cemetery early in 1900. tale and insurance man. left with Lake a p p a r e n t 1 y got lost. Maleom Charles and Eliab Dun- his wife tonight for Honolulu. They rode around until dark and bar and Mrs. Mary 1Yl. Knight, Hawaii. where he wilt be a dele- then saw Beesons lights so asked brothers and sister of Horace Dun- gate at a Society of Real Estate lot help. Mrs. Beeson had one of bar. came to Shelton in the early Appraisers conference. the boys call their dad and he 1880's and lived here many years. Dunn was selected as the dele- came out to Belfair to pick them It was Malcom, a sailor and car- gate from the Northwest Chapter up. penter, who built the county court- of the society. The conference The P't Commission has a house, the first building in 1888, will be in session all next week. regular meeting scheduled for 8 which was razed in 1929 to make In addition to the business men- .p.m. March 6. More about their way for the present sandstone sions, there will be trips to neigh- decision next week. courthouse, boring islands, luau's and cruises. Morgan, Eacrelt's Amazing new F.$TORIN00 __ _ ___ ___ --__ _ -,_ - __-_ ALUMINUM COMBINATION DOOR Changes from Storm Door I Screea Door... IN SECONDS AS LOW AS '299s FULL i" THICK SAVE WORK--$1idiag Panels hlt out for easy wasSbql END RATTLES--Panels cushloned'h= wool pile weatSer. stripping 10P OR BOTTOM MORGAN, EAGRETT LUMBER H I L LC R EST Phone 426.4522 I SHOPPER'S SPECIAL BRONZE DINETTE 5-PIECE VIuIUE 30" x 40" table has easy-to.clean formica top. Surface in walnut or fawn finish, with one leaf, all four chairs have curved backs, pad- ded seats and a duable cover. THURSDAY, FRIDAY SATURDAY ONLY Regular price of $59.50 goes into effect Monday! 328 Cots St. Olsen Furmture Co. 426-4702