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/ ":), 28, 1963 Your 8HELTON--MASON COUNTY JOURNAL Published in "C1ri.tma.town, " -- ........ U.S.A., ghelt0n, a!fington HOOD CANAL SCHOOL t4EW$ Linda LaBissioniere Named Forest Festival Princess; Former Teacher Visits Friday, Marc;l 22 our Junior High voted for their Forest Fes- tiwd Princess. Linda LaBissoniere. SALESMFN a ninth grader was chosen. She AVARI)S will ride on the district's float .nd Buford Rose. in the Foresl Festival Parade. 'ira Pauley, Inc., ViMt hy Former Teacher r c u r y caF March 21. Gery Nmmelee. visited 300-500 Club. the Ifood Canal Junior High efforts dur- School. Because he had taught the present seventh and eighth grad- Club was founded ers at Lower Slokomish. many of salesmen for the students knew him. tie came Sales performance down from Seattle between the ize of their dealer- University of Washington quarters o skin dive on the Canal. He also his award at a. brought with him two other stu- last Saturday _ .................................................. unable to attend in absentia. RECORD FOR '62 The highest in the 61- J. C. Penney largest de- were re- the year end- federal income against an increase for 1962 against $51.- increase of 5.9'A representing $2.20 a share against $2.10 a share a year ago. In fiscal 1962 the company opened 15 new stores, moved 15 established stores to new build- ings, and expanded 25 other stores. Scheduled this year are 15 new stores. 21 relocated stores, 24 major expansions, and 145 mod- ernizations, a d d i n g 2,392,000 square feet t oLhe company's total area against 1,128,000 for 1962. Capital expenditures are sched- uled to rise from $19 million last year to an estimated $31 million this year. The number of Penney stores in operation at the end of fiseial 1962. was 1,684. dents from the University. They were just starling their spring vaea Lion. Balnl H[OlIOFS This week's band honors for out- standing perfol'YIlallce Oil n311sieHl Dlln]bers go tO: Trmnpet: Vie Anderson. First clarinet: Becky Hall and Darleen Gray. Second clarinet: Loretta KiN ,g)o/Irnc. Baritone: Sandy Bollingcr. Trombone: Sllsie McDowell. Saxaphone: VVendy Bohmder and Cheryl Renner. Flute: Susan Morris and Vieky Pierce. Drums: Chuck Viger. Girl's League Conference The spring Girl's League Confer- once will be held at Miller High in Aberdeen. It will be held this Saturday, March 30. The theme is frontiers. Diane Gregory, Mary Walmsley, Linda Jarvis, Cheryl Anderson. Jill Dickinson and Karen Smith will be in the sit from this school. Our skit is about frontiers in "teach- ing. The Lower Skokomish boys and girls have completed their basket- ball season last week. They played their last game with Kamilche. The score for the boys was Lower -Obituaries-' Vandals Damage Books At Sheton Library T. Vend er Wal \\;Val. 111 t IE Dearborn. was held at 1 p.nl. Wednesday al ttle Bat- stone Funeral Home. Rev. Eugene [21]alltz o['ficiated Bllrial was il] She!ton Memorial Park. I Mr VanderYVal died "tl his home 2:'. 1387. m t-tolland. Before iris " a- ei'.rtirenlnt lie wort(e(1 as a ranch- ............ Survivors include his wife, Pearl ..... ...:. John and Peter of Shelton and i 1 Carl. Pollock. South Dakota: 3 sisters. Mrs. Joe Huntley and Mrs \\;Villiam l'ringle, Shelton. and Mrs Wes Ma.rtin. Port Townsend .......................... Former Resident Called Bv Death oos DAMAGED- These are some examples scattered on the table have been completely of the destruction of books in the Shelton Pub- destroyed. While those which are open have had el I Sitka Mask ,,c Library which have ,hewn up in the past sections ripped out of them. In addition, signs n , a few weeks. There is occasional damage to books and labels have been removed from the book Ray L. Collins. 53_formel: Shel- all the time. Mrs. Shirley Beelik, librarian, said, shelves which are not visable from the cirou- ton resident, died March 21. 1963, but. in the past few weeks it has become more lation desk and signs have been removed from in Sitka: Alaska, where he had noticible. The three books whose pages lay the rest room doors. been living" for the past three year. Mr. Collinswas born ill Che- --.-- Travel Questions Census To Ask halls, Wash.. Feb. 23. 1910. He Hoods err Woman moved to Shelton in 1920 and was graduated from high school Taken By Death here. Information on the travel habits tion inquiries in the April Quar- He was employed by Rayonier A Hoodsport resident for the past of Americans will be collected in terly Household Survey will be MOSS IN WASHINGTON LAWNS CAN BE CONTROLLED WHAT IS LAWN MOSS? A dense mat of vegetation which% competes with grass for water hnd nutrients. It reproduce by means of spores, also spreads by developing new stems similar to tillers of a grass plant. Though lawn moss can appean any time during the growing sea- son, it is most noticeable in early spring, before grass has started to grow. Thin or bare areas in lawns are most- susceptible. RECOMMENDED PROGRAM: 1. Apply SCUTL to stop the moss or prevent it from develop- ing" (one application at extra-hea- vy rate or two applications at normal rate). Prevents fungus al- so. i. Follow with TURF BUIIA:)- E Lawn FertiIizer to thicken the lawn through rhizoming. (If lawn needs seeding, pply SCOTTS SEED same day.) (Pd. adv. Cooke's Feed & Hard- ware, 219 So. First St.) Mary M. Knight PTO DANCE SkokoBlish 38 and Kamilche 19_ Incorporated for many years be- 20 veers. Carrie L. Gifford. 88, the April Quaxterly Household Electric Home Heating o score for the girls was Ka- fore going to work at the Alaska died" March 22, 1963. attheBotts Survey, it was announeed today by e milehe 19 and Lower Skokomish 9. Lumber & Pulp Co. in Sitka. He Nursing Home. She was born the Bureau of the Census, U.S. They have already started their was a member of the Shelton Val- March 4, 1875 in Hartford, Conn. Department of Commerce. Ques- baseball season and had their first lay Grange and Faith Lutheran Mrs. Gifford moved to Shelton tions will be asked of selected turnout March 20. Approximately church. , ' - in 1904, then to Seattle in 1910, families locally and in 356 other  I 18 boys turned out. The funeral was held at 2 p.m. where she resided until moving to sample areas of the country dur- The Junior High track team has Tuesday, at the Batstone Funeral Hoodsport in 1943. She was a ing the first ten days of April. E been having practice nearly every. Home. "Rev. Carl Carlson officiat-member of Order of Eastern Star, Basic information to be sought ' night. Now that their field is ed, Interment was in Stlclton Me- Queen City chapter in Seattle. will be facts about out-of-town [ pretty well in shape they have mortal Park. The funeral was held at 1 p.m. trips made since Jan. 1. Families "Y'(:  started to work more on their in-Survivors include Iris wife, Monday at the Batstone Funeral interviewed w, ill be asked the fol- . dividual abilities. The people that Mytle Collins, Sitka; 2 sons, Ray home With Rev, Wesley Gem of- lowing about each trip: Major des- are taking the shotput are Jack Collins, Jr., Arctic Village, Alaska[, ficiating. Cremation followed, tination, type of transport used, ant and Glenn Johns. tar, Mrs. Sandra McCord, Mt. Ver- Survivors include 4 nieces, major reason for the trip, number The people that arc taking the non, Wash.; 2 brothers, Cliff and lrs. Carrie Callahan, Seattle, Miss of persons in the household on the 0ole vault are Robert Miller, Frank, Shelton;. 2 sisters, Mrs. Marjorie Gifford, Seattle, Mrs. J. trip, total number of nights away " I H. Edwards, Alberta. Canada, and from home, overnight aecommo- George Morris and Rick Giles. Eileen Nelson, Seattle, and Mrs. Mrs. D. E. Henderson, Portland; 4 dations used, and States in which Mark Hansen, Dave Rose and Don Goldy Hendrickson, Longview; 4 neplews, Layton Kresge, Indio, the travellers stayed overnight. Bearden are taking the broad grandchildren. 00Clean' As Ele00trk Light Dan Ragan and Robel;t Calif., Millard Kresge, Marysville; Corresponding travelfactswillbe - ............. --. .... Robert Kesge, Renton, and Harold gathered from the same house Miller are also taking high jump Hlsan0 Yoshhara resge, Kent e and the discus, holds at three-month intervala New Legislation throughout 1963. Nearly half a century after its Dins At 79 in The travel questions represent Educationfirst lequest,hasthebeenStategrantedBOardtheOf W Weather the opening phase of America's leanest way to heat your home ,sw,th budt m authority to regulate the establish- aroma Hospital firStadditionCensUSto informationf TransportatiOn,about per-In ll!a!!!!!!!i!iti[,t hl],i [ ment of new high schools in the Death called Hisano Yoshihara, High Low Preeip. sonal travel, the Census Bureau tate. 79, at the Tacoma General Hos- March 20 .............. 62 44 .03 will gather statistics on freight House Bill 83, signed by Gov. pital March 23, 1963. She was March 21 ................ 62 43 .01 transportation and other related Albert D. Rosellini the lastdav of born March 10, 1884, in Hiroshima, March 22 ................ 54 36 -- items for which data are not avail- the regular session, enables "the Japan. The Yoshiharas came to March 23 ................ 57 39 able from other govemment agen- State Board of Education to: the United States in 1902 They March 24 ................ 54 34 ,24 cies or private organizations. "Make rules and regulations settled in Olympia in 1909, where March 25 ................ 52 43 .40 governing the establishment in any they lived until 1925. wlmn they March 26 ................ 52 41 .20' In addition to the travel ques- warmth.by.wire, there's no fuel, no storage no flue, no fumes--just the even warmth can control, room by room, with individual Your walls, you'r draperies, carpets and re Will stay clean longer. for the facts about the home heating system of that's here today--clean, quiet, comfortable MASON P.U.D. NO. 3 president; TOM WEBB, vice-president; Secretary JERRY SAMPLES, Manager existing non-high school district of any secondary program or any new grades in grades nine through twelve. Before any such program or any new grades are estab- lished the district must obtain prior approval of the State Board of education." State Supe,'intendent Louis Bru- no pointed out that the minutes of the October 27. 1914. meeting of the State Board of Education con- ained a request that the State Board be allowed to rule that "no ,3chool should establish a high school grade without approval of the State Office." The legislation was requested by the Joint Legislative Interim Com- mittee on Education. The bill was sponsored by lrank Brouiliet (D-Puyallup), clm.rman of the interim committee: Henry Backstrom ( D-Arlington ) ; and Morrill Folsom ( R-Centralia . It passed the House of Repre- sentatives with a 96-3 vote and was passed in the Senate by a vote of 44-2, with the aid of the 16- member education committee headed by An'dy Hess, Democrat from Seattle. the / most important day of your lifel Thethet,you plan a simple service or an ehbol ate ceremony there is an At Point wedding invi- tation ot ammuaeement atyled for you. Let ou society editor have all the details of yot edding plans and at the same time look over ou complete lection of Art Point invitatioa ,I, nouncemens.and wedding accessorie* tee! with Ot orapliment$. rirginia Couttenay's etiquette kookl= A=k for Iou= oI. moved to Shelton. Although they have lived in Gig Harbor since 1948. the Yoshihara family will long be remembered in Shelton for its generous contribu- tion to the Mason County Me- morial Armory . In memory of their son, Ehncr, who was killed in the Korean conflict, they donated $3,000 in 1953. Of lhis, $500 was used for the site purchase fund and the remaining $2.500 equipped the kitchen md dining room. The Yoshihara family took part in the dedication ceremony held Jan. 26. 1956. Mrs. Yoshihara's funeral was held Tuesday at 7 p.m. at the Bat- stone Funeral Home. Interment was in Haven of Rest in Gig Har- bor. She is survived by her husband. George Yoshihara Gig ttarbor: 1 son, James Yoshihara. Gi Harbor. and ] granddaughter. i Lifetime Resident Dies At 78 William N. Griggs, 78, died March 23, 1963. at the Shelton General Hospital. He was born Aug. 14. 1884, in Shelton and lived his life here. Mr. Griggs was a member of the Golden Age Club. The funeral was held at 11 a.m. Tuesday from the Batstone Fu- neral Home. Interment was in the IOOF cemetery, Olympia. Rev. Charles Vigton officiated. Surviving. is one brother, Art Griggs. Shelton. and several nieces and nephews. Lucy Clark, 87 Dies At Home Lucy Clark, 87. of 1742 Stewart St.. died at her home 1V[arch 21, 1963. She was born in Booneville, Missouri Feb or.  , bee- ,2 .... , ..... She had u a vtason county resident since 1912. The funeral was held at 11 a,m. Saturday at the Batstone Fu- neral Home With Roy. Charles Wigton officiating. Interment was in Shelton Memorial Park. She is survived by a broth- er, Emrnett Windsor, Tacoma; 2 granddaughters, Mrs. George Magnett, Shelton, and Mrs. Theo- dore Thompkins, Des Molnes Iowa; 2 grandsons. Allan and James Einarsson, Shelton; 14 great-grandchildren and 12 great- great -gran_dehiJd ran. Graveside S " ervlce For George Halsell 01Ge.r.g e Elliott Halselt, 1511 ;,]pm Hwy., died March 26, o. at the Botts Nursing Home at the age of 94. He was born Aug. 16, 1868 ill Elkton, Kentucky. Mr. Halsell had lived in the com- munity for 40 years. He was a veteran of the Spanish American War. A graveside service will be held at 1 P.m. today in  the Veteran section of the Shelton Memorial Park. Rev. Eugene Knautz will officiate. SUrviving is his wife. Marie A. Halsell, Shelton: 3 step-sons, Ray- mend H and Cu,[tis .. Cn,,laCll: Shelton "and EVeett ' 1 slope Rapid City, SO. Dakota; daughter, " Mrs. Ha.zle CallrOe Enumclaw. sister Mrs Cora St - at, ort '2geis;  granachi- dren and 13 great-grandchildren made regarding use of selected 9:30 p.m. to 2 a.m. foods and facts on expenditures for residential alterations and re- SATe MARIGH 30 pairs. Quarterly Household Survey in- Music by the Torches Lewiews will be made locally by llllRl'llllll,l Mrs. Polly A. Swayze, Shelton, [[1 1 ILlll - GRANGE HALL Use aournal Want Ads Adm,.,o.,.s per person i o -- Dairy Queen san- | = _- ._ - _,, | I -'  Take 'era home in  I l!'l'll 1, cka of e o z _ :'-"'-'- I And remember, "DAIRY QUEEN" is Your best place I BURGERS AND FRIES, too. I i Ior FIRST AT CEDAR Phone 426.8091 I / LA ST WEEK OF FREE M ONE Y Hurr fl! Hurry!! Time is slipping by fast. 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