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Thursday, April 11, I963 SHELTONMASON COUNTY JOURNAL  Published in "Christmastown, U.S.A.", Shelton, Washington City Writes Mrs. Hansen About I Post Office Plans Mayor Frank Travis Jr: said a the city commission meeting Tuesday he had written a letter to Rep, Julia But!er Hansen asking her to investigate the amount of lawn at the Post Office which would be torn Up and the area blacktopped under plans for the expansion of the building. ..... In the letter, Travis told Mrs, :: Hansen that the city of Shelton i is proud of its beautiful Post Of- fice grounds and asked her to see if the size of the proposed area to be blacktopped could be reduced. The commission told Police Chief Paul Hinton to investigate the possibility of eliminating the small amount of angle parking remaining in the city. Hinton suggested to the com- mission that the action be takeu. He reported property owners on the East side of Fifth Street be- tween Birch and Alder Streets were agreeable to having that side of the street made a no park- ing area. The commission voted to keep the sprinkling rates, under which city residents receive additional water for the same amount of money, in effect in the same amount as in recent years. Street Superintendent Bob Tem- ple reported that there had been some trouble in recent days with vandals knocking down stop signs. The commission was informed Fire Damages Sheton Home SheXon Fire Department bat- tled a blaze in the Evelyn Laney home, 219 S. Sixth St., about an hour and a half early Wednesday morning before bringimg it under&apos; eGntrol. The fire did about $1,00 dam- age to the home and contenfs. Cause of the fire is undeter- mined, the Fire Department said. The fire call come at '1:11 a.m. Seven firemen and one truck gnswered the call. The fire department a!so ans- wered a call about 10:15 a.m. Wednesday morning to the Gilbert Hines home, 1428 Olympic High- way S. The basement of the house was filled with smoke. The PUD was contacted to shut off the power. There wasno apparent damage. The cause of the smoke was apparently in the wiring, the Fire Department said. COMPLETES TrqAIN! NG Nathan Stairs, Ma,on County Deputy Sheriff. recently eompleted the fingerprint school st Ft. Lew- is. The course is sponsored by the Washington Association of Sher- iffs and Chiefs of Police in coop- eration with the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the Army at Ft. Lewis. by the civil service commission that AI LaBissoniere had been named chairman sncceeding Stan Parker who had resigned. wedgiu0.r 'l%e bde sear Art Pobattweddlng iavltattons. Make yout wedding a success too--send Art Point wed. ding invitations; you will be so glad you.did, Come:in and see the complete selection of wedding in. , vitations and wedding accessories styled for you by Art Point Studios, "The House of Weddings." $14.95 for 100 and up; double eavdopes: footnotes zm extra charge. Virginia Courtenay's etiquett booklet. Ask for youz copy, 1 FOR SERVICE  Don Sperling is shown being congratulated by B. J. Shaffer, Washington Dis- trict Manager for Richfield Oil Corporation, who presented Sperling with an award for 10 years of service as Richfild's commission agent in Shelton. The presentation was made in Seat- tle at the Olympic Hotel before 350 of Richfiefd's DOWN THE ROAD By CHARLES K. PECK County Extension Agent Scattering fertilizer underneath Douglas fir trees will not solve all the Christmas tree farming problems. Soil fertilizer can be used as one tool for growing prem- ium products, but alone it will not coat sloppy management With such potent salve that you can forget spacing, pruning and tree selection. There is no doubt about it, cer- tain kinds of fertilizm- will cause most trees to grow and to pretty up--.for a while. But if a Christ- mas tree farmer does not know his fertilizer onions, the whole thing may backfire. During the second growing season after ap- plication, trees standing with their roots in the trough, so to speak, may grow so rapidly that at har- vest tim ,.hey might take on the took of a bunch of porcupines holding a cloak room argument. All trds boils down to the fact that little is known about the long range effect of fertilizer on grow- ing farmed wild Christmas trees, say over a period of five or more years. If caution is not followed, some of the boys who like to sling fertilizer with a generous hand, may get hurt. At the Skokomsh Tnmt Hatch- eFy last week, a bunch of the Game Deartment bsys were-tak- ing a coffee break from markhg migrant steelhead. They roosted on work benches and nail kegs, m,nzz]in mugs. All of a sudden Kei Joi'nson said: "Lookie there. There is a humming bird in the window." The little fellow ;squinted through the panes and apparently decided he had enough of the! key sales executives who had gathered from all over the northwest for their Annual General Sales Meeting, Sperling announced this week that Richfield's 15-page Western Wild Flower books will be available free at all Richfield ser- vice stations in this area. ICounty Asks Bridge Funds in Application The county's application fox' $385,000 to assist in the construe- tion of the proposed Harstine Island Bridge under the Acceler- ated Public Works program has been sent to the Housing and Home Finance Agency Office in Seattle, the County Commissior revealed at its meeting Monday. The commission set 11 a.m. Ap- ril 29 as the date for a hearing on the one per cent excise tax on real estate which goes to the schools. The commission must hold a hearing each year and approve the-zolleetion of the money. The commission received two bids on repairing the eaves and downs:p0uts on the court hons,,, and disconnecting the downspouts from the city sewer system and running them into the storm drain. Pr'oposals were submitted by Wheatlev and Keary for' $1,345 and Bo(n Plumbing and Heating for $1,187. The commission will study the proposals with the custodian be- fore taking action. Two residents of Mason EAR,; appeared before the commission abmlt work on the roads in tllt area. staring, motely congregation. He took off into the brush. April 4th is pretty early for tSufus humming birds to straggle into Mason County. i%y records how that one should expect them l around the first of May. Do you h:.ve an earlier record ? paifU1 at," , : Ricky Ruddle 74argie Tylezak Pal Harvey DaVid Townsend Dan Waters Sl(,piwn Townsend .;,I ,i ( ),';J / I1 \\;i('batl Latlld-en 'hm ,;f']k(,wski Duvid Barnott P,I'uce Colyer !'hi!it) Barnett (.':li'is ]{ilk,;l)n t:]{ibb}, Quimby Pfiling Suzanne Gibson ;7):'.X e Roller i:!:I]!'s VanderWal ':q3112 '!tlshak I:;i itlll llltd 'ti/lI S(tuiI' Erandt Urine (g(lfair) t'q C:rdinal David Farcy John Dahman Mark Thompson Marilyn McNeil Mary Ann Tabor Phillii) Hend(rson Danny Nye 1.:>is Tholnul'e J(< ry D(:an Swayze Robert ,elby .iim Veddle i;iii Waite 7",icky Iuoe.hel Cindy Hovind (Unhm) J, uTy Mum'o inl Kelley Ctrol Lentz Ricky Ruddetl Leslie Okonek Linda Dittman Paul -Wittenberg Debbie Allen Dave Chase e.rry Sparks 1Vinnie Tweed qike Dacidson ]:{andy White Ronnie Starr K. Allan Carlson \\;Vihna Daniels ob Okonek Bobby Woods Cynthia Rice Keith Becket rLwcn Cole Douglas Wright Cary Settle Chl'i4 Clhllon Lorraine Fox Susie Glaser ':i Sternquist (Harstine Island) Phillip Nutt Xoe Giddings Stephen Rose ave Steinberg Bruce Pearson Jerry Smith Rocky Howard l)ebbie Carr Sherry Carpenter Judy Sheffield Kathy Jones Brad Bransford Sam Gatlin Dnvid Robbins Marlene Hulbert Allen Patterson Kevin Dorcy Dale Whinery Dundee Moran Terryl. Carlsen Bruce Whaley Dan Knauf Erie C. Stroud Dave Frank Debbie Rae Donald Cuziek Darrell Grytness Bruce Deffinbaugh Bill Riehards (Spencer Lake) Hombroff On Tour Navy Fadlities Rocky Hembroff, Shelton insur- ance man, will leave Monday from Seattle on a Naval Orientation Cruise which will take him by air to Pensacola, Fla. He is among the business and professional men from the 13th Naval District to be invited to make the tour to give them a bet- ter. understanding of the Navy"s training program. SAL.KSIVtAN --- The duties . Journal employee, David Tha- chef, have been expanded this month to include servicing ac- counts in the advertising and job pr.inting department of the Journal. Thacher has been with the Journal for the past three years as a journeyman printer. He will continue working as a printer part of the week and will devote ThuOsdays and Fri- days to contacting accounts. His basic training in the news- paper business began early in his life at the Okanogah Inde- pendent, a Washington weekly which was published by his father. Cancer Society The group will leave Seattle and Fu, dOri Set flY to Pensacola with stops at other Naval installations enroute ' ve On the return trip, they will take a different route. The American Cancer So:,ie[yl While at Pensacola the Navy's I Air Traimn. Center. thev -"1! fund drive will start in Shelton o. Monday, Steve Viger, chairman tour the installation and be takers' of the Mason County chapter of out on an air craft carrier to ob- Walter, Harold Stirling and Joe the society said this week. [ ,:e{'ve l:iiJt training Peters. Solicitations in the rural areas THROUGH THE DOOR --. Mayor Frank Travis Jr. looks at the barred door in one of the cor- ridors in the maximum security building at the of the county will start tile end of this week, ie said. Directing the drive are Viger and Mrs. G,eo r g e Shaekleford Belfair, vice-chairman of the Ma- son County group. Viger said plans are nearly complete for the fund drive ant that the list of volunteer worker is almost complete. The fund drive is held in con- nection with the Cancer Crus'dc Month duling April. .,lu00ior Righ gand 00igh Nati00tg Sheiton's junior high s:hoo I band came up with its seconc Sm)crior rating in SilCCeS,;iorl al the annual Southwest Washingto jmior division music contes[ al I ltoquiam last weekend. ! The 57-member music grouF directed by Gary Nieioy, was on( of only two in the competition t< receive the Superior (or highest) rating. Shelton's 71-voice junior high choir, directed by Pat Havens iwas awarded the next to highest i or lq2.xcellent, rating for its per- formance. NA]IED TO COMMITTEE State Representative P[%ul H. Conner of Port 'Angeles has been re-appointed to the fifteen mem- ber Joint Fact-finding Committee on Highways .Streets and Bridges 1 for the coming: two years by I Speaker William S. Day. ', $l00ie 60P Chairman Visits In Sheldon William Y. Walter, Tacoma, State Republican Chairman, was in Shelton Saturday, for a break- fast meeting with officers of the Mason County Republican Central Committee. Attending the meeting were S. W. Vander Wagen, County Chair- man, Mrs. Guy Norris, Vice-Chair- man, Mrs. Harold Stirling, State Committeewoman, C. Nolan Ma- son, State Committeeman, Mrs. Don Crawford, Secretary, Eldon Kahny, Treasurer, John K. Ben- nett, Fiance Chairman, and Mrs. George Shaekleford, President of the Women's Republican Club. Guests at the meeting Were Mrs. Not Gui00!y To Larceny Howard Nichols ed not guilt..'/ to a larceny in Mason Court Friday mond Clifford. Niehol;-; Was Police officers in ges he had worth of worthleSS number of Shelton : [%oy Leonard a two-year Judge Clifford on a ,nd degree ;.;mith pleaded ted entering sere! homes in the co mostly liquor. .I-BEDROOM, draperies, double garage, wash Large corner lot, WANTED--13aby-sit pall. week days. CARD OF The ,kindness neighbors and sorrow wilt alwaYS as a precious thanks and forting acts. , Mrs. Audrey WILL give awaY breed. Part 4910 or 426-6077. THREE-bedroom n land Lake. Pri breezway. 3265. FOR SALE--3-year- inatie washer. 426-6257. NOTICE OF SHELTON CONSOI Pursuant t.o laW, given that the SHELTON DISTRICT NO. hearing in said EVERGREEN day of April, 1963, for the following TO REVIEW SCHOOL BUDGET interested taxpayers present. DORIS 'K Clerk of By Order of the of Shelton trier No. a09. Dated this 9th daY correction center as he goes thro0g Chamber of Commerce tour of the week. Sii/ORT Of Then Remember.-. 15 WORDS r or less. $ O0 I one issue. $2 00 three issues Journal Ciass,ifi00ed Ads Will Help You TURN UNWANTED 'ITEMS INTO CASH PHONE HA 6-4412 To Plate Your 1a,dfied Ad in The