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11,1963 Community Church Plans Easter Service Sunday Hearing will be a ram at the Church. Sun- a.n% with church had its regular evening with and the birthdays William Evers 1 were celebrated. Mr. of Sko- and had ap- new members, E. Hewson of Owner California 514 Cote 1963 in Shell age of 73. He 1889 in Tario, s a resident of &apos; 43 years. Before Yes in the rest- himself. He B.P.O. Elks at 1 p.m. Fun- follow- Park. Wife, Mrs. Ruby two sons, Ken- and Iark, Shell Archic Canada; 79 79, died Nurs- residence was Mrs. Butcher August 12, of her life. was held at ev. Eugene WaS Park. her husband, Shelton; one Forks ident Is Death Sherning 1963 at tee he had been days. Mr. Was a rcs- He was born Dakota. He for 33 as a Co. d at Bat- at 1 p.m, as in Shelton wife, A1- three Vancou- Hulburt and )Otb of Rad- three Stanley of Rt. 1 Box Shelton 8, 1963. ason Coun- ts and had Simpson before born Oc- Ed- With Fa- officiating. Ioly Cross MR. & MRS. RALPH COOK are parents of a baby girl, born April 4 at the Shelton General Hos- pital. The baby has been named Molly Dee. she has two brothers and a sister to welcome her. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Evers and family of .Shelton, spent Thurs- day evening with Mr. and :Mrs. Eh, in Hearing. Berl Shcrum had the misfortune to get his left hand quite badly cut at the mill in South Monte- sane last week. one finger was amputated at the first joint. Mr. and Mrs. Forest Green of Shelton were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Helin. Mrs. L. D. Per}man, Mrs. Marie McKay of Shelton and Mrs. Wat- son Ross of Olympia called on Mrs. Augusta Per}man Wednesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. James Churchill were Wednesday evening dinner gues[-s of Mrs. Augusta Per}man and Carl lortman. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Hearing and Mr. and Mrs. N. P. McLeod of Seattle, kere weekend guests at the Elvin Hearing home. The Douglas May family of Deckerville sold their farm and moved to Seattle last weekend. I haven't learned the name of the man that bought the place, but understand he is a batchelor. MRS. ESSIE REBMAN. moth- er of Mrs. William Avery is very ill and is in a Seattle hospital. We all hope her a speedy recovery. Mrs. Archie Kelley and daugh- ter, BeLly, are in the Shelton Gen- eral hospital with cuts and bruis- es from a car accident in Shelton. . Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Valcv spent the weekend in Tacoma xvita the Lloyd House and Claude Leg- acey families. They brought Trea- sa Diggle home, who spent two weeks with the relatives in To- come. Mr. and Mrs. Lud Rossmaier. ac- companied by Mr. and Mrs. Chest- er Larson of Elma. motored to Seattle. Sunday to visit Mr. and Mrs. Harold Karney. Former County Resident Succumbs Oscar T. Westby, 55, died April 7, 1963 in the Harrison Memorial hospital in Bremerton. Mr. Westby was born in Tacoma Feb. 23. 1908. He lived in Sheiton from 1937 un- til about seven years ago. The funeral was held at 1:30 p.m. Wednesday at the Lutheran Mission church in Bremerton. Smwivors include his wife, Do- rothy Westby, Bremerton; parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thorvald \\;Yes}by, Shelton; 3 sisters. Mrs. Helen Win- dell. Shelton, Mrs. Esther Aus. Portland and Mrs. Thora Buhre. Tacoma; 1 brother, ,,Veldon West- by, COpalis Beach. SHELTONMASON COUNTY JOURNAL  Published in "Christmastown, U.S.A.", Shelton, Washington SEASON'S FIRST OUTING--Boats which joined in the Shelton Yacht Club's first opening day cruise last Saturday lie at anchor in Gerald's Cove on Harstine Island. Fourteen boats were in the Com- madore's cruise, the first opening day ceremony for the club, Commadore Bill Windsor in the "'Wind Soar" lead the group. Fleet captain was Ray Hash in his "Kopahee". Others piloting boats on the cruise were Lloyd Ellis, Don McCuiston. Joe Gatchell. Roy McConkey, Dick Saeger, Clint Miff- lin. Ed Becker, Jim Elmlund, R. B. Dickey, Will- ard RubHn, and Les Hanson. Tom Storey of O ym- pia joined the group at Gerald's Cove. Guests aboard the crafts included Mr. and Mrs. Glen Chase, Wit. and Mrs. AI Dickinson, Mr. and Mrs. Dave Little, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Correa, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Yaeger, Mrs. L. VanArsdale and Mr. and Mrs. J. Dodge. New Books At Library O!!er A 6ood Variety maF:;dfahdas s b::enn;he ;3oeC:a2 by jho;ng;;:ln y", ta Carleton, and Fralk Slough- of ler's new novel "Devil's harvest" a nti-trust the books in the Library offer author the t have both been ecent best-sellers. ltative and interesting informa- tion which will a n s w e r- many questions. Ruth M. Leverton, an internationally known authority on nutrition has written "Food becomes you" which talks about food habits, wise weight, trimming that figure, and what our money buys. E. W. McHenry, an eminent. Canadian nutritionist has written "Foods without fads", including information about foods and di- sease. A. F. Ackley Dies In Ketchikan ................. Former Shelton resident, Alex- ander Frye Ackley, 42. died March 30. 1963. in the Ketchikan Gen- eral hospital. Mr. Ack]ey lived in Shelton and worked at Rayonier, Inc. for five years before going to Alaska to work at the Ketchikan Pnlp Co. after the local mill closed. He was a World War II Navy vet- eran. The funeral was held at the Ketchikan Mortuary Chapel at 2 p.m. April 2. Survivors include his wife. Marie Alice. Ketchikan: one daughter, Alexis Marie and two sons. Rich- ard L. and Dennis Dean, all at the family home: 2 brothers. Ed- win and Bruce. both of Friday Harbor. Ex-Sheltonian Dies In Port Townsend Mrs. John Yarr, former Shelton ] resident, passed away at her home in Port Townsend March 31, 1963. Mrs. Yarr was a resident of Shel- f ton from 1928-1944. During that time her husband operated the Shelton Dairy. She was born in San Francisco. Calif. Jan. 5. 18- 99. Mrs. Yarr had been teach- ing in a Port Townsend school. The funeral was held in Port ' Townsend April 3. Surwving is her husband. Jolm Yarr, Port Townsend; 1 son. Joel( Yarr. Port Townsend; 1 brother. William Furlong, Shelton. A USED FREEZERS lid IIEFRIGERATORS 0= ,1499s FREEZER '10000 (BOth fully warranted) MI)RE THAN 70 OTHER IP- REFRIGERATORS, 'qllltS, WASHERS and DRYERS <00pm sss.oo .up. n iarts and Service Warranty M WARREN RERIGERATION "" 127 S. 2nd St. -- Service Service After the Sale That Counts" Flora .Dixon Funeral T'oday Flora Dixon. 83 passed away at the Harrison Memorial hospil, al in Bremerton. April 7. 1963. Mrs. Dixon had moved to ]aremerton from her Skokomish Valley home about 2V,_, years ago. She was born in Evansville. Indiana. Oct. 4, 1879. The funeral will be held at 1 p.m. today at the Bats}one Fu- neral Home and will be in charge of the Ellinor Chapter. Order of Eastern Star. Interment will be in Shelton Memorial Park. Survivors include a daughter, Mrs. Arnold Beuns. Bremeh>n: 2 sisters. Mrs. C. S. Copeland. Lama= by, B.C. and Mrs. R C Thomas. Mr. Vernon. Indkma: 5 grandchil- dren and 2 great-grandelfildren electrical industry. Crime on a dif- ferent level makes some of the story of "Angel of HeWs Kitch- en", the life of a 21 year old blonde who went there as a wel- fare investigator, only to find that her predecessor had been mur- dered while on duty. CiTY PLANNING AS presently practiced is attacked by Jane Ja- cobs in 'The death and life of great American cities". Her ideas suggest some revolutionary solu- tions. "The architecture of Amer- ica: a social and cultural bistory" describes one part of our national heritage "New country" is Alan Bos- worth's story of ]}is patient moth- er and hi, footloose father through their year of roaming aronnd Texas :rod Nev, r Mexico. with lheir ellil(h'en. ()f whonl Alan was the tenth. CarleLtm Coou Drescnts evidcnco th;d hulnall rqees can]e into being much earlier Ihan had been be lieved pns:dble, in his new book "Tie origin o; races". His ear- licr books wei'e "The story of 1Tlall" alld "The sevel] caves", "THE WILL OF ZEUS" is Stringfcllov," Barr'; h i s t o ry ot Greece fron the origins of lIell- enic cul,u'e to iht death of Atex- anc1(q .... fhi:, b((>l tries to ' tel \\;vhal lhe ancbmt (areel< said and did ;inu what seemed to lwm Jnl- p,mtnt". T{ is illust]'ated with maps and pbotograDhs;. "The nmonflower vint?', by Jet- If the old mad unattractive look of some of the classics has been keeping you from reading them look for new copies of "Dombey and Son". "Charterhouse of Par- ma", "Count of Monte Cristo", "Lord Jim" and others on the Li- brary shelves. T Four Booked At Gouniy Jail Four persons were booked at the Mason County Jail the past week on charges involving liquor. William L. Pearson .628 Alder. Shelton. is free on $175 bail on charges of driving while intoxi- eared and being drunk in public: Pearson was arrested by State Highway Patrol officers after he was found lying on the ground near a car which had run off Norihcliff road late Monday night: John J. Norman, Belfair, was 'out on $100 bail on a charge of furnishing liquor to minors. George C. Smale. Union. posted $150 bail on a charge of driving while intoxicated. \\;Vaync Schnabel. Shelton. posted $150 bail on charges of being dmmk and disorderly and resist- ing arrest. In this era of world wars, m this alolilic age, values have changed. We must discover sccurity within ourselves.--Boris Pasternak. PAGE 3 Sandra Tupper Harried To J0hn Sommerleld Here Last Saturday By Joann Tut)per LAKE NAH\\;VATZEL --: Last Saturday afternoon Faith Luth- eran Church was the setting for the wedding of Miss Sandra Tup- per and ,Iohn A. Somerfc!d, ,h'. rhe groom and his brother Randy arrived from their l-mine in Hunt- ington Beach. Calif.. March 30 to help with the preparations. His parents Mr. and Mrs. John Som- merfeld. Sr. and his brother. Barry arrived last Ficmy afternoon His other brother Kenneth. who is in the U.S. Navy and stationed in the Pacific was unable to attend. The-bride wore the traditional white lace and satin and was at- tended by Mrs. Richard Tupper, Matron of Honor. and Miss Betty Kelley, Bridesmaid. The groom and ills attendants. Richard Tupper. best man and ushers, John Tupper. Alan Tupper and Randy Sonrmerfeld wore tuxedos with white jackets. The bride's three-year-old niece. Susan Tupper, was the flower girl. and the groom's six-year-old broth- er, Barry Sommerfeid. was ring- bearer. The reception was held at Mat- lock Hall with a buffet dinner served by Mrs. Art Palmer. Mrs. Sam Diggle, Mrs. Frank Cooper. The brides bonquet was caught by ri'illE LAKE NAIIIVATZEL VolLmteer Fire Department cele- brated Its first an.iversary on, April ]st with cake jell() and. coffee served at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Dawson lasl Tue-- day. The neml.aers had their monthly meeting and afterwards Presidenl A1 Tupper cut the cake. Mr. and Mrs. IV. E. I-iewsou had vtsiling them last Saturday thci idaughter and children. Mrs. Phil Parker. Kitty, Jenuifer and Hap, and Mrs. Parker's houseguesl Mrs. H. A. Parker of Ethratra. Kitty and Jennifer Parker are spending their Easter vacation with Grand- ma and Grandpa Hewson, The ' Hewsons took their grandchildren to see the movie "White Stallion" last Sunday in Olympia. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Hart- sen along with Mr. and Mrs. Mar- vin Papworth of Sea Ltle attended a weekend outing with the Pow- wow Club. a National Organiza- tion of Rock Hounds. They drove down to Priday Thunderegg Beds at Madias. Ore.. to hunt for agate then Io Sunflower Fiats and Mau- plan. Ore., to look for more ag-ate. The SWallows arrayed at Lake Nahwatzel last Monday, April 1. Pharmacy Phacts Ez'om Neil Evander \\;Vouid you e',lty buy eye-glasses fl'o_'Tl a pu,,;hca,% peddh)l'Y And do you tea iy buy your vitamins from a (Jeer to door salesl-llal] OF by thai| order? As m everything else in Olll lives "know how" makes the difference w h ell it comes to your buying of vita- mins. ,Ve are continually s e e- ink door to door sn 1 e s organiza- tions that are m a k i n g w lid claims for l,heir products a n d we are seeing the g o v e r n nlent crack down on them. Why take a chance with your health? Ask us about vitamins at any time. re're ahvays glad lo be of help to you. Open Daily 9:30 to 7:30 Saturdays -- 9:30 - 6:00 Neirs Pharmacy 4th & Railroad 426-3327 ,,,it ............................. Miss Kathy Clark, Shelton. The bride and groom left on a Canad- ian honeymoon. SHOES Mrs. Archie Kelley and daugh- ter, Betty were injured on theh' way to the wedding. They are fn the Shelton General Hospital with Dress up for Easier with New Shoes from BOOTERY NEW Dr]PONT PMTOI0000 for wome00 and chiOdren Red $ 4 "White 99 Black and u 1) ! SHOES FOR THE NIRE E  FAMILY ! bruises and lacerations received when their ear was demolished in an accident at 7th and Franklin SUNDAY VISITORS at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Reeve were Mr. and Mrs. Amel Tveit. Visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cooper over the weekend was Frank Cooper, Jr.. stationed at Payne Field in Ever- ett and Eddie Holmes stationed at McChord Field in Tacoma. Din- ner guests at the Cooper home last Sunday was Miss Susan Ivlark. corn of Shell on. Mr. and Mrs. James BleeRer visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wcs Morgan of Tac()l]la and brougiat their daughter, Miss Katty Morgan. to spend a few days with them at their home. Visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Roe Franldin last Sun- day was Mr. and h{s. Vv'i]liam Eldridge of Bremerton. ES(IAPE CHEVY If yeu'd like to escape eVerjing but pnre enehart- men}, try this Chevy II Nova-SS with full Super Sport equipment. Special instrument cluster. Front bucket seats. All-vinyl interior. Distinctive SS idntiticalion, Full wheel disks. Choice of dree-speed shift or floor- mounted Powerglide automatic* with sporty range selector console. All this plus Chevy II standard features: flush-and- dry ventilating system that helps remove rust-causing elements from rocker panels; battery-easing Delcotnm generator; convenient self-adjusting brakes; longer lasting exhaust system; styling fresh as morning cofl'ec, poured into a rugged Body by Fisher--and more. You'll find two can live as eheapty as one--whea they're living it up in a new Chevy I[!*Opti.na at xra e,t. TOP SALESMAN ART NICKLAUS, left, is shown receiving his "Salesman of the Month" congratulations from Art MelI, partner of Mell Chevrolet Company. Act Nicklaus did an ou'tstanding sales job for the month of March. delivering 24 new and used cars. Art is a six-year member of Chevrolet's Legion of Leaders Sales Organization, as well as a Star Member of Oldsmobile Rocket Vanguard Club. SPRING DEMOHSTRATOR SALE '63 Cadillac 62 sedan full power ............................................. $5171.00 '63 Starfire Coupc .................................................................. $4132.00 '63 lmpala Sport Sedan ..... , ................................................... $32"/1.00 '63 Monza Spyder .................................................................... $2739.00 34 USED C,00RS TO CHOOSE FROM '62 hnpala Sport Coupe "32.7" V-8 r/h power steering '61 Chevrolets Trom $1545 our to choose from '60 Chevrolets from $1195 Two to choose from '61 Cadillac Coupe Meil Chevrdet 1st and Grove Streets '60 Plymouth Fury Convert. '59 Bonneville Wagon '57 Ford 4-door V-8 Just Overhauled '56 Pontiac Starehief Coupe '55 Olds 98 ltoliday Coupe Company Phone 426-4426 Ghev9 ZZ _Nova 400 SS Com,ertibb obovc, Also araiIable as SS Coupe. Super Sport equipment optional at (:xtra eo,,l. Also a choice qf 10 regular Chevy 1I models, ,NOW SEE WHAT'S NEW OHEVRoLET DEALERS MELL OHEVRoLET COMPP.NY 1st and Grove Streets -- Phone 426-4426 Shelton. Wash.