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April 25, 1963     Shelton Mason County Journal
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i ii&lt;i  ; 25, 1963 00ema, Home After 2 Service In Germany Hearing nrecting last Thursday evening. of our service I New officers were elected for the on furlough, Pvt. commg year. Mrs. Kenneth Gribble of Mrs. Charles last week after in Germany son of Mrs. fron] Texas air force base. 'Welcome our new ad Mrs. Lovett Who moved from the weekend into house. Lovett is Simpson Salmon Lud Rossmaier. C. Ford. Mr. and is, Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. EI- Portman. McGarvie, Combs, Mr. ann and from Matlo:k the gavel meet- Grange last L. D. Portman of SUnday dinner Augusta Portman Max Nilsson of Weekend with Helin. wag a Sunday and Mrs. Elvin I(night P.T.O. held its NOE VALLEY GE HALL April 27 USIC By tUN  THE TOPPERS president. Mrs. Herbert Breh- meyer Jr. vice president. Mrs. Jean Oiens secretary and Mrs. Clarence PahYler treasurer. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Valley and son LeRoy, called on Mr. and 1 Mrs. Charles LeBrec, Friday eve-] ning . Mr. and Mrs. Edward Valley ................ ============================= .......... attended the pinochle party at ::::!::::i:i:i::iii:}::::i;;:::#;i:!::ii::ii::i;i::i:i::!::i:::i::i Dayton Saturday evening. MRS. J. D. SIMPSON of Brem- erton is spending a few days with her mother. Mrs. J R. Singleton. Mr. and Mrs. I. C. Ford motored Sunday to Vancouver to visit their cousins. Mr. and Mrs. Kermit Smith a couple days. Mr and Mrs. Earl Walker spent the weekend in Tacoma to visit Mrs. Walker's mother, Mrs. Eli Bradshaw and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Lud Rossmaier at- tended the wedding reception of Mr. and Mrs. Billy Bunce at Black Lake Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Lud Rossmaier visited with Mr. and Mrs. Tom Hindman in Aberdeen. Sunday afternoon and Sunday evenmg the Rossmaiers called on Mr. and Mrs. James Rossmaier of Shel- ton to get acquainted with the new granddaughter who was born in Olympia last week Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rickert of Hoquiam were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Howard. Drop-in gmsts were Mr. and Mrs. James Rodgers of Elms. Mr. and Mrs. Alec Taylor and two sons and Fredrtck Geider. all of Tacoma were weekend guests of the Andrew McGamrie home. They all enjoyed fishing. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Shaw were drop-in guests at the McGarvie home Sunday. A surprise bridal shower was held at the Clinic Hospital Thurs- day evening in honor of Miss Nan Taylor. Use Journal Wahl To the people of Mason COunty and my fellow car dealers of Shelton TO ALL OF YOU FOR ASSISTING MAKING OUR GRAND OPENING ANO ANNIVERSARY SUGH A SUCCESS USED CARS Laztcer trans., over the gallon $1395.00 Club Sedan eater, push button Station Wagon $795.00 $795.00 Station Wagon ,, 01 ean $59+5.00 Wagon $445.00 $345.00 PAULEY MOTORS DODGE - DART Irnt 8t. 426-8183 I'lnlorl ean-up S DEPT, =d Nylon Hose ............ 77c ................................. $2.00 .................... $2.88 &$4.88 Skirts 9, 10 & 11 ............ $9.88 14, 6, & 18 ........... $3.88 ........................ $2.50 "t Sweaters ............... $11.88 to 22y2 ................... $12.88 & GIRLS DEPT. ]hts Size L .................... 77 'ajamas Girls 10 & 12 $1.44 Slips 2 & 3 ............ $1.44 6x, 8, 10. & 14 ..$1,88 to 14 ........................ $2.88 SHELTON--MASON COUNTY JOURNAL--Published in "Christmastown, U,S.A.", Shelton, Washington comes to its conclusion this Saturday. Two other bikes have been earned since Debbie got hers but too late for pictures in this addition. _.+ SIXTH BIKE WINNER--Debbie Rau became the sixth claimant of a handsome Schwinn bicycle in the 1963 Journal subscription campmgn which iCily Oommission Among Your Merchants Approves Taxi License The Shelton City CommissiOn BOON'S HEATING. PLUMBING MOVES TO MT. VIEW Mr. and Mrs. Les Hansen, pro- prietors of Boon's Heating, Plumb- ing and Sheet Metal. have pur- chased a Mt. View building and are in the process of relocating their business. The 3.000 sq. ft. building next to Ncedham's Food Center, and formerly ,-coupled by John Bunko's cabinet shop+ was purchased from Elmer Manke. Hansens have ,,perated their plumbitlg, heating and sheet metal business since 1957 at 623 South First St. They will be opeu for business at the new h)caLion on May 1st and will have an open house sev- eral weeks later. S,-IELTON FEED BUILDING MAKES WAY FOR RICHFIELD The Shetton Feed Store building (formerly \\;&;agener's Feed, wa razed this week m preparation for the expan,+ion program planned for the i-%ich[icld serwee station at First and Railroad Avenue. Also completed was the tcarin?, down of the ohl Paulcy Motors building. That property will also be lsed for the new Richfield fact!i-- ties. GATEWAY CAFE OPENS ON lilGltVAY SOUTH (]rand opening of the Gateway Cafe five miles south of Shelton rm i.hc Olynlpie Highway in scbed- tried this Saturday. Free coffee, and domtts will be offered adults and ice cream for youngsters by Betty Whiteaker. whn will lTlal]age and operate khc cafc. Gran(1 opening h(?urs are from 1.1 a.m. tmtil 4 pan Mrs. rhit(,aker, well t<.nown in i his el)In llrll llit.-r for t101' ilia n}/ years in restaurant work. offer':'++ a menu rangmg from tim simp- lest short: order 1:o c<mph+,te, full course dinners and hivites dinner parties in lhe spacmus (lining? quarters she ha,. awtilable. Space foF ,I'OLlp,S of lnort? than :{0 is av- ailable in the ucw cafc. i Si.ecialiLies of the house include boule-baked pic, s and steak,s, prJm: rib and seafoods. ioo Late To Glassily STUDY ART with exc(q)tion;fl tt,a('hcr and artist. All medias. The Art Barn Belfail'. Mondays l0 a.m. - 2 p.m,, and 7 t).m. Phtmc ,126-4758. G 4/:t5 5/9 Legal Pttblications NO. 3101 NOTICE OF III,'A|I1NI; FINAL IIEIq)RT AND PETITION FOI DISTRIBUTION IN TItE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON FOB MASON COUNTY. In tilt,, Matter ,)f the Estat+ of JOIiN I G. JACKSON, D(,ceased. i Wilfred T, Jackson, ]xecuLtH" of said Eslale. has filed with :mid Court his rinal r(porl and petition for dislribu- iOll, askiilg thc Ct)lll'I I0 sotth! said report, distribute, tllo Prollerty to the pOFSOI1N thereto enlitled and to Ilis- ch.'ll'g'o said F]x'cUL, . Said t't'p(n't ;111(1 petition will bc heard im lib. '),tlh ay of May. 1963. at I0 A,M. in tht, Court- room of said Court, In the CoUlILy Courthouse at Shclton WashingtolL Dated this 221d d.v .f April, 1963. LAURA M WAGENER, Clerk iff the Superior Court By Tockla Vermillion. Deputy Clerk. ROBERT L, SNYDER, Attorllcy at Law 15%,,, N. 5th ;llclton Washington ,I 25-5/2-9 at NO. 3417 NOTICE TO ('IH,;II1TORS [N THE SUPEI{IO!. COURT OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON FOR THE COUNTY OF MASON. ][n 111(' Matt,'r of the Estn h' ,,f )SCAR +WILLIAM SUND. D,,ccasc(l. Not|el' is hcrehy given that tim un- lo]',igll(!d, has I)cell al)l-,inl.ed and has tualified as ad n strtor of the aborp ntilled eslat(': that all l),'lSOtlS hav 11 :lailllS against said dpceai'1 t.F(" hwo- hy reqtlired t) s rv( tile same, duly .'t, rillcd, on said adn n strator or his ,ttol'lley ol l'ocol'd tit the address belo'% lah'd, and l'ile tho same with the Clerk d" said Court. logelhcr with proof of l('h Sel'V CP within six ilonths after he dale of first publh:ation of this ,uiice or 1he Salll{, will bc barred. I)at; of first publication 25th April, t 963. Administrator of said Estate, WARREN O. SUND. ,,'05, Rust Bldg., Tacoma 2. WaML ,AVID L JAMIESON. \\;, ttll'lIey fOl" Estate, 305 Rust I3uilding, ' Tacoma 2. Washington. 4 25-5/2-9 3t MEN'S DEPT. 1 Soort Coat Grey Size 37 .......... $10.00 7 Sport Coats 37, 38, 39 &. 42 ....... $15.00 .......... $4.88 1 Pr. Cords Size 34-30 3 Dress Raincoats 38, 42 "&"4a - ........... $8.88 9 Zip Out Lined Raincoats 40, 42, 44 $12.88 $3 0O 12 Rayon Flannel Shirts ................. 6 Pile Lined Jackets Size S ........ $488 23 Short Sleeve Sport Slirts ........ $2.00 66 Long Sleeve Sport Shirts ......... $2.50 BOY'S DEPT. 2 Pr. Flannel Palamas Size 14 ... $188 16 Cotton Flannel Shirts .................... $1.22 Sizes 12, 14 & 16 Weather High Low Precip. April 17 .............. 54 43 .01 April 18 ............. 51 42 17 April 19 ............... 55 37 -- April 20 ............... 55 37 April 21 ............. 54 4.1 -- April 22 ................ 55 44 .... April 23 ........... .58 40 -- (IETS i)IEGI{ EE .lira (.ilbert Friskcn. Shelton. re- ceived a bachelor of <oencc degree in o'evq<)2- v fr,)m the lfuiversily of Washington at the end of the "Win- ter .qna.rer. the University an- ounc(,d this week. Tuesday approved a taxi license to Ra.vmond McBride, Shelton. McBride told the conrmission that he would have his taxi stand at the laundromat he now operates on First Street. The commission discussed a pro- posed gas ordinance which the city will enact before natural gas comes into the city. City Engineer Pat Byrne and I City Attorney John Ragan v/ere I instructed to meet with repre-! seutaLives of Cascade Natural Gas l Conrpany to iron out details of the proposed ordinance and submit it to the commission next Tuesday night. Simpson Logger Di00s In Accident: \\;Villard Crass. 61. a resident and native of Montesano. was killed instantly Tuesday morning in a logging accident near Camp Gris- dale in Grays. Harbor county. Crass. mnployed by the Simp- on Tinrber Company as a power- saw at)crater .was truck by a tree while felling timber in the Big Creek area Company, union and state safety officials are investigating the ac- cident. Crass was born in Montesano and had been a logger all his life. Hc was hired by Simpson 6 years ale. He is survived by his wife Emma and two grown sons. Annie L. Krise Passes In Seattle Annie Louise t,:risc, tit. 1 Box :';09, died in Seattle April 17. Mrs, [{rise had been a resident of Ma- son County for the past 35 years. She was born Sept. 24. 1893 in Ta coma. The funeral was held at 11 a.m. Monday at the Batstone Funeral l+!ome with Brother Bagley offic- iating'. Internrent was in Shelton Memorial Park. I Survivors include her husband, Mike Krise, Kamilche; four sons. John, Kamilche, David and Har- vey, Taconra. and Delbert+ Tahola; a daughter, Mrs. Evelyn Mesplie, "Paeoma: two sisters Mrs. Elvina Jackson. Tacoma, and Mrs. Alice Catama Yelm; 21 grandchildren and five great grandchildren. Since the Saving Bonds program began on May I 1941, the Treas- ury has replaced more than a nnllion and a half bonds which had been lost. stolen, muhlated or (tel.royed, HaPpiNEss Pa+l ........................................ .IDT $12.00 15 Cotton Wash Slacks 6, 8, 12&14 +$I,33 P'P00ORTRhIT _ " ........................................ $1.88 17 Rayon Flannel Sport Shirts ....... ,$1.88 I '    i, S U " " " " U 2 Z , O [, t L , n   R . , .cOn'+ +  12 .... $  "  8 11 PiPe Lined Jackets 12 & 14 ............. $3.88 'b " --klll "ts ................................ $4.88 HOME 00umsm,ss FROM t llgT 3 DAYS A,, Advance Patterns ........................ 50,,} OFF 16 Padded Chaise Lounges ............... $15.00   . 8 Replacement Chaise Pads .... , .......... $5.88 "q'|.rmostJeans 2 Wcb Lawn Chairs .......................... $4,44 DEAN'S 11 Electric Blankets Single Control $10.00 $/99 7 Electric Blanket Single Bed Size '$9'00 "' i PAIR NUIM[E]t{OUS TO LIST ALL !;ii+ot ! :'p}i! DRASTI - ' : CALLY REDUCED Anna M. Treos00 Called By Death Anna Maria Troost, Set, tile, passed away Lhere last T]lllrsda She was born April 10, 1879 it New Jersey. Mrs. Troost was a resident of Mason Cot!nty for 25.) years before moving to eattle. Thc funeral was held at 2 p.m l'nesday at the Batstonc Funera ome. Interment was in Shelton Memorial Park. Rev. Eugene Knautz officiated. Survivors include .a son, John. Klamath River, Calif.: two daugh- :ers. Mrs. Ruth Wilson Seattle, md Mrs. Harry Cotton. Sedro rooley; two grandchildren anO five great grandchildren. Harry Shelton Succumbs Here Harry Windsor Shelton, 1029 Cota Street. passed away Sunday at the Botts Nursing Home at the age of 67. Mr. Shelton was born here Oct. 11, 1895 and spent his lifetime in Mason County. The funeral was held at 2 p.m. yesterday at the Batstone Funeral Home. Interment was in Shelton Memorial Park. Rev. R. R. Rings officiated at the rites. Smvivors inehtde one son. Levi Shelton. Calif.: a daughter, Shir- ley Shelt(n. Ca|if.; a sep-son, Fr.anklin Feiser. Seattle: a step- daughter, Mrs. Jack Cole. ml- ton; two grandchildren. Jessie J. Fox Dies In Alaska The funeral for Jessie J. Fox was held at 9 a.m. last Saturday at the Batstone Funeral ttome with Rev. Wigton officiating. Zn- termenL vJas in Shelton Memorial Park. Mrs. Fox passed away April 13 in Anchorage, Alaska where she had resided the past seven years. She was born April 14 1917 in Itenriett. Oklahoma. Survivors inch|de her husband. Elling E. Fox. Anchorage; two sons. Gerald D., Sunnyvilie. Calif.. and Lynne L., Anchorage; a daug'hter, Syvinia G. Putzel An- chorage; six sisters. VIaude Pride. Yakima. Stella Schnitzer, Irene Briekley and Edith Darrell. all of Shelton, Ruby McBride, Yaee!t. \\;Vash.. and Dorothy Smith. Beggs, Oklahoma. Former Sheltonim00 Taken By Death Leland (Spud) Getty, a former Shelton resident, died April 17 in Missoula, Montana. The funeral was bcld in Missoula las Friday. Mr. Getty was born in Shelton May 11, 1911. He was raised in She!ton and attended local schools. Sm'viving is his wife Mrs. Le+ land Getty. Missoula: five broth- ers. Kenneth. Shelton. Leonard. Auburn. Eugene, Calif., and Gee. and Delbert. both of Portland. Or- egon; three sisters. Mrs. Evelyn Wiiimont. Port Angeles. Mrs. Thel- ma Long, Dallas. Ore.. and Mrs. Louise Sehell. Salt Lake City. Walter Woesteoff Dies At Home Walter \\;Voesteoff. 612 Cots street, died at his honle Tuesday Mr. Woesteoff was a retired Grea NorLhern Railroad worker. Ht had lived in Mason County th past four months. He was bor in LaSueur. Minn.. March 22. 1880 He was a member of the Golder Age Club. Interment will be in St. Cloud Minnesota. Surviving is h)s wife Clan \\;Voesteoff. Shelton; 3 sons, Ar r, old. Minneapolis, Minn.. Elswort! and Orville; a daughter, Mrs. An geline Chaplin, Florida. W. R. Moultrop Called By Death Walter R. Moultrop, a resider of Mason County for 30 year: passed awaN in Seattle last Thur; day. He was born in Blair. N braska Jan. 9. 1892, Mr, Moultro was a motel and service statio operator before his retirement. The funeral was held at i p.r Monday at the Batstone Fnner: Home with Rex,. Eugene Knaul officiating, Interment was in She [ton Memorial Park Survivors include his wife. Hm riet Monltrop, Shelton: 1 1,re|he Alton. Walla Walla: 1 sister. Mis L. V. Moultrop, Walla Walla. PAGE 3 Closi.g aura complete line of Trimview Alumi..m Windows make room for a new line, Screens Total 3'x2' clear sliders ........ 11.07 1.53 12.60 3'x3' clear sliders ........ 13.59 1.94 15.53 3'x3' obscure sliders .... 15.75 4'x2' clear sliders ........ 12.60 4'x12' 6" clear sliders 13.86 4'x3' clear sliders ........ 15.21 6'x2' 6" clear sliders .... 17.28 6'x3' clear sliders ........ 19.35 6'x4' clear sliders ........ 24.30 8'x4' Picture ................ 35.82 8'x4' T 3 .......................... 35.19 1.71 14.31 2.03 15.89 2.34 17.55 i 2.5o 19.81 Many other sizes also in stock VERTIGAL LOUVRE FENOING '8' post spacing Lumber only 5' High 7.34 per section 92e per lin. foot 6' High, 8.34 per section 1.04 per lin, foot HORIZONTAL LOUVRE FENCING m 8' post spacing Lumber only 4' High 5.92 per-section 74e per lin. foot. 5' High 6.64 per section 83e per lin. foot 6' High 7.84 per section 98 per lin. foot SOLID VE00TIGAL BOARD FENCE OV VERTIGAL SHADOW 8' post spacing Lumber only 4' High 5.24 per section 66c per lhL foot 5' High 5.90 per section 74e per 1in. foot 6' High 6.85 per section $6 per lin. foot ALL LUMBER SOLID .... NO HOLES FULLERS REDWOO0 STAIN Now Only $1.88 per gallon Excellent for all fences Johns-Manville ROOFING 210 lb. Thick Butts Neptune Green, Bermuda Red, White. 8.75 Shadow Blend Tan Pastel .(7 squares or ' more) Roll Roofing Mineral Surfaced 7 or" 1 Roll morc 90 lb. Red, Green or White ........ 4.4.0 3.95 45 'lb. Johns-Manville Pilot ........ 2.95 2.65 55 lb. Johns-Manville Pilot ........ 3.30 3.00 65 lb. Johns-Manville Pilot ....... 3.65 3.30 ..SPEGIALS.. Comb. Storm & Screen Doors ........ $24.(.}5 Birch Plywood :i" 4 x 8 Shop ........ $10.75 Rej. Mah. Doors 1:!4" HC RC 2' 8" & 3' x 6' 8" ............ $4.50 Ceiling Tile 12x24x9/16 Center Score Dec Tile .12 sq. ft. Fiberglass Parle Panels, Green, White & Yellow - Solar Block, A Grade .. 29 sq. ft. = SltELTO PINE -- lz(,-4aga i ,was m OLYMPIA dren. 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