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PAGE 2 I-IELTON--MA0N COUNTY JOURNAE- Published in "ChrLfmastown, U.g.A.', SheKon, Washlngot[ ThursdaY, Rayonier Chemists To Teach ISR Class GETTING INSTRUCTIONS: staff members"or Rayonier's Olympic Researoh Division in Shel. ton receive final instructions f#om Miss Rita Loudermilk (seated, center) before t'aking over her Irene S. Reed chemistry o$asses'dUring the week of May 6. Dl-. Edwin L0Ij, manager for the laboratory (seated, left) listens in to make sure that her instruocmns wm De c,,,,. .= The six volunteer teachers are Dr. Berwyn B.' Thomas (seated right), .standing left to right Dr. Kelvin Hamilton, Dr. Frank Maranville, Dr. Romeo Cones, Dr. Andrew Beelik, and Dr. Ron Cashier. LngarLar'e00 Chemist=xj classes in the Irene Driver . iistructor--n0t just one--during the Week of May 6. t the re- After Accident quest of chemistry teacher, Miss Rita Loudermilk, six P.H.D.'s from the staff of Rayonier's Olympic Research Division in Shelton will Tuesday Night o,oo herasclassroominstmlct- ors while she attends the week- long National Science Fair in A1- A one-car accident early Tars- buquerque, New Mexico with one day morning resulted in charges of her star pupils, i being brought against three young This student. 15-year-old, Vir- men and two teenage run-sways ginia Anne Freeman. was named from Seattle being returned to girls' sweepstake winner in the their parents. : Puget Sound Science Fair, recent- About 1:45 a.m. Tuesday a car ly held in Tacoma, an honor which driven by Charles McIllhermey, 20, earned the New Mexico trip for Bremerton .left the road and hit both pupil and teacher. a light pole about four miles from I Shelton on Highway 14A. 6Gu ' Swanson Residents of the Bayshore area S 9 were without lights for a time while the PUD was repairing the Local Boat Builder damage. None of the five people in the Dies At 88 car was injured. PASSENGERS WERE Paul Loudermilk. 21. Port Orchard, Robert Fraser, 21, Port Orchard; Daniel Raplee. 15 and George Chase, 15. Seattle. The two younger boys admittel:. to officers who picked them up walking toward Shelton that they were running away from their homes in Seattle. They were tr,ed over to juvenile authorities _nd the parents notified. M, cIllhennev was charged with driving while intoxicated and negligent driving. Loudermilk and Fraser were charged with being drunk in public and contributing Death called Gustaf Adolph to the delinquency of minors. Swanson Tuesday at his home on In an accident last Thursday, Route 3. Mr. Swanson, a well- C/oev Cookston. 11. 2001 Hay St. !mown carpenter and boat builder -f.d two broken bones in his 'n this area for many years, was - -t,,m he wn .truk bv a ear '-,-.m In Sweden, Feb. 4, 1875. He .... " rimn h bevele between .'no to the United SLates when ...... - ,n Panr"'n treets. -e was 6 years old. At the age TM , DRTVER OF THE CAR. :if 14 Mr. Swanson moved to Ma- z,q. E. L. Bryant. Hoodsport, told on county with his parents. olice the boy pulled out in front He met and married Miss Lydia of her vehcile from a home along Simpson on Christmas day 65 the street and she was unable to years ago. Originally Gas was a stop in time to avoid hitting him. carpenter but after he built their He was taken to Clinic Hospital. present home on Arcadia' road in Rain was blamed for a three-car 1928, he built a shop for himself accident in Purdy Canjon Thurs- attd went into the boat business. day evening in which three per- He was a member of the Shelton son received minor injuries. Methodist church the past 65 years Cars driven by Charles Srnith, and belonged to AOUW No. 6 in 20. Sbelton, Helen M. Harris Shel- Tacoma. ton. and George Moore, Tacoma, The funeral will be .held at 2 were involved in the accident, p.m. today at the Batstone Funeral Smith, who was southbound on Home with Roy. R. R. Rings of- Simpson To Send Second Order On Foreign Simpson Timber Company an- nounced today that it has obtained a second order of green lumber for Puerto Rico under the Jones &ct amendment passed last year by Congress. Simpson's first shipment of 715.- 000 bd. ft. left from Tacoma in March on a Norwegian vessel. In June ,an order of 800.000 bd. ft. is expected to leave Olympia on the Japanese ship Kaza Kawa Maru for San Juan, Puerto Rico. "These orders demonstrate our ability to compete with Canadians when we can use foreign vessels at rates within range of those regularly obtained by British Co- 'arabia mills," said Dave James, Simpson director of public affairs, Seattle. ' The 'lowst price quoted by a UIS. shipping line on the Puigrto Rican order was at the conferenc  rate of $55.96. The Japanese line which will take this second ship- ment quoted $40. Meanwhile, first quarter statis- tics on waterborn cargo lumber shipments from British Columbia and the West Coast to Atlantic Coast markets continue to em- phasize the economic losses im- posed upon West Coast port com- munities by the Jones Act. Using foreign vessels which American mills are prohibited from using in shipments to all U.S. ports except Puerto Rico, British Columbia sawmills took 72.6 per cent of the market for the first three months of 1963. In 1962, B. C. took 62 per cent. in 1961 57 per cent and in 1960. 45 per cent. "Simpson's conversion to dry hemlock manufacturing at Shelton has now reached an annual out- put of 72 million bd..ft, which is going to market by rail." said James. "This, of course, has helped maintain logging and saw- mill employment in the Shelton Working Circle, but we still are confronted with B. C. advantages in battling to send some 50 mil- lion of green qir to the Atlanic Coast trade annually. Thus we are still fighting for the Jones Act equity," the road, told officers he lost con- ] ficiating. Interment _will be in trol of his car in a heavy down- ] Shelt0n Memorlal Park. The Puerto Riean market is only pour. He skidded and hit the right ! Survivors include hiswife, Eliza a token, but it is the only one shoulder and came back across[ (LY dia)J" Swanson, Shelton; a which shows we can compete with the road into the paths of the Har- [ daughter, Mrs. ,Rose Jennings, the Canadians. James said. r!s and Moore vehicles which were ] Santa Aria Calif.; a brother, Sven ,,orthbound. t (Sam) SwanSon, Long Beach, Smith received a cut on his knee! Calif.; a Sister, Mrs. ttflda Gunner- Sarah E. Comer on, Dunfle% Illinois; 5 grandchil- and his brother, John, a passenger'dren and7 great-grandchildren. Taken By D:ath in his car, a chin injury. Moore :-eceived cuts,   :--- .- zl. ..... - Sarah Elizabeth Comer, 87, died .--n ,Amert aonnson last Friday in the Shelton Gener- C. at00erson ,,, ,, i-1: .... al Hospital. She resided at 503 2%,1- I ]:. ,At HItI. Park street. Mrs, Comer had been Succumbs At 61 .  ..... a resident of this area for the The funeral for Albert WiN n. 0 years Sh wa hn, .o,, Cecil AI Patterson, 61, passed liam Johnsoni 6, WaS held at 11 5--1875 tn Aibanv, Me ......... a.m. last Saturtay at the Bat- 'The funeral wa's held Mol-v away at the Shelton General hos- -n ....... stone Fu oral Home.- Roy. Wallace a 2 n m at the Batstone Fun,,t pital last Thursday. He had made Bell officiated. J[nteraent was in tom" iev Charles ;igton off'ic -" his home at 433 Elltnor street the past 36 years and was employed Shelton Veterans Cemetery. iated. 'Burial was in the IOOF co- by a local christmas tree farm, Mr Johnson died &lil 24 at metery, He was born in Auburn, Jan. 18, his home on tar :RL. 0x72. He Survivors include three daugh- 1902. , was orn in I SbOn, ortn maRota ters Mrs Alta May Lamb and The funeral was held at 11 a.m. April 21, 1899 and had :lWedLin Mrs'. Ruthie Chamberlin, both of : ....... . , y: .. Shelton, and Mrs. EtLa Alice John- Monday at the Batstone Funeral Mason county for 17 years He served m me us 2avy m worm on L n Be Home with Roy. Chas. Wigton of- . .  " S  , o g ach, Calif.; four bro- ficiating. Interment was in Shel- war . thers, Dee Worden, Sheridan, Wy- ton MemOrial Park. Surviving is his Wife 3ildred, oming, Tip Worden, Albany, Me., Survivors include his wife, Shelton; two Sons, William A. and and Charlie and Ben, both of Wy- Donald B., Shelton; a brother, AI. oming. Myrtle, Shelton; a son, Allen D., vin, Valley City, North Dakota; Shelton; a step-daughter, Mrs. Norma Heisey, Guam; a brother, four sisters, MrS. Clara McCloud, RED CROSS NAMES Milton, Shelton; four sisters, Mrs. Vancouver, B.C., Mrs. Selma Bar- R. W. Missmer, Shelton, has Cleo McBride, Auburn; Mrs. Mar- nes, Balsam Lake, Wisconsin, Mrs. been named First Aid Chairman of gie Wells, Shelton; Mrs. Laura Agoras Reel, EdgemonL S. Dakota the Mason County Chapter of the Blackett, Seattle; Mrs. Grace Pore- and Mrs. Effie lVarX, Valley City, Ameican Red Cross. He was form- ranki, Brimley, Michigan; mother, North Dakota; eight grandchild- erly a filst aid instructor for the ren Mrs. Grace Patterson, Shelton; ' " : chapter. two grandchildren. .... ,, ,  Hal McOla00 To n Yo Should Know... Speak To Kiwanians " ! L L 0 U R Seat Belts are stated to be the Hal McClary, vice president,  most effective single item of 'o- Simpson International will tel!  tection equipment available to re- She]tbn Kiwanians about his new  duce the toll of traffic injuries and organization at their reflar  deaths. Get yours installed Sat- meeting next Tuesday, May 7.  urday, May 4 at the Jaycee Seat Simpson International was  Belt Clinic at 3rd & Cedar, See established by Simpson Timber )}, me for... Co. last fall to ek trade oppor- ! tunities everywhere i the Free  NATIONAL, World and last winter was staffed Ph. 426;8t39' "dr.r O , in Shelton with a dozen people.. ............................. ,L ........... v ................................... June 24-July 27 ESA "GIRL Dates For Summer Recreation Dates for Shelton s municipal summer recreation program have been set by the recreation board. chairman Bernie Bailey announced this Week. The pzogram will open June 24 and close Jnly 27. a 5-week period vnless, sufficient money turns up that an extension can be made. . :'.3alley said. Applic&nts are still nee(!ed tar ,": of the superv:s')ry po.;ilions. Bailey said he hoped cnouzh ,'tp- :licants would register so the 'oa:'c! at its meeting next T,.ms- day can finalize the smnmer pro- .T a D'I personnel. He said Jim Doherty as been cetained to conduct the basketball nd golf portions of the program. The swimming classes will be imited this year to non-swimmers from the first grade on up. ao=m.00 Offieia00s H00med Offices In 9is|ric00 Groups Three Mason County officials were elected to offices at the meet- ings of the Peninsula District group'0f ,the State Associations of County Commissioners and County Engineers in Tacoma last Thurs- day. County Commissioner John Bariekman was named chairman of the county commission group and Martin Auseth secretary- treasurer. County Engineer Cash Bridger was named chaiznan of the county engineer's group. The Peninsula District is corn- Feat' can be conquered by tu- posed of Mason. Kitsap, Clallum, ing wholeheartedly to God, divine Jefferson Grays Harbor, Thurs- Mind. for direction and action. Ot- ton and Pierce counties, to G. Ziegenhagen of Chicago told a large audience here last Tlmrs- 300 Atlend Open House day night. "When we are conscious of the In New School B.ildi.r inflinitude of Mind. and its spirit- ual ideas, there is nothing" to fear." Mr. Ziegenhagen declared. About 300 persons turned out A member of the Christian Set- Tuesday night for the "open once Board of Lectnreship, he house" in the new Grant C. Angle spoke at the invitation of First School addition. Among them were Church of Christ Scientist in the representatives of schools in Junior High Auditorium on the Bremerton, Montesano. Chehalis. subject "How Christian Science Olympia and schools in rural Ma- son County. Desu'oys Fear." LesLer Dickinson. Hoodsport introduced the speaker. The gmests were provided with Commenting on the lack. injus- a floor plan of the building and Lice. sin disease, and threat of allowed to visit the rooms they de- war that confront mankind today, sired. the lecturer said. "All these are accompanied by a sense of fear Weather which Truth alone can destroy." HE I)EFINEI) FEAR in terms of Lack of understanding of God's High Low Preeip. allness, noting that fear m gen- April 24 ..., .......... .. 49 38 .30 orally connected with the possibil- April 25 ................ 4 4 .I0 ity of loss. ,iz:il. 26 ................ 61 :t3 ] OF THE, YEAR" E,-'TA ZiTA Cr;iP'I'ER. Epsilon Sigma Alpha, has presented the chapter "Girl of the Year" award to Mrs. Floyd Ridout. This award honors the member who has contributed the most in time and ef- fort toward constructive and benevolent work. At the home of Mrs. Bill Hunter, the chapter members' vote of appreciation was reveal- ed by Mrs; Ray Rice, who presented Mrs. RidoUt with a silver en- graved candy dish. The last two years she has occupied the pres- ident's chair and during the past nine years, at one time or an- other, has been vice president, recording secretary, treasurer, par- liamentarian, ways and means chairman and social chairman. The chapter has now entered her name as candidate for the office of Ways and Means, State Chairman. Christian Science Lecturer Declares FEAR CONQUERED BY TRUTH a kidney disorder and uremic pois- oning. "Christian scientific practice be- gins with Christ's keynote of har- money, "Be not afraid!", the lee- turer said. quoting from "Science and HeaRh with Key to the Scrip- tares" by Mary Baker Eddy. Complete immunity from fear and bondage s gained through soiritual understanding of the true nature of God and man he stated. "As we are conscious of God and His perfect man. right here and now. we can apply this truth to a human experience, whether it be fear. sickness, or sin. and this results in Christian Science heal- ing," he told his audience. He explained that healing in Christian ScienCe requires spirit- ual activity. "Sickness is healed", he said, "'by turning througbt wholeheart- edly to God. good. the only creator, and realizing that man in the ]ikeness of God is also good and perfect as the reflection of infin- ite Life, Truth, and Love." April 27 ................ 63 41 April 28 .............. 69 36 April 29 ................ 63 46 April 30 ................ 59 40 Fire Training School Set Here A fire training school for Olym- pic and Southwest Wash. Super- visory districts will be held in Shelton starting next week. It will be conducted by the Fire Control Division of the Dept. of Natural Resources. All personnel will take a 2-day session on fire control and suppression. The Dept. of Natural Resources bas started eonstnmtion on a new 40-foot lookout station on Dew Mountain. This is a replacement for the old lookout which has been standing over 20 years and the new one should be finished in about two weeks. Shelton Band Is Given High 'Rating Unanimous thinking by three judges has Shelton senior high school band riding Cloud 11 today. At the Western %Vashington (South) high school mastic con- test Saturday, the in Bremerton 52-pieee Shelton band wasl given the highest possible rating, Super- ior. on t&e scoring of all three judges an infrequent occurrence. It is the first time in his ex- "Merely to be told to forget about fear is not enough." he de- --- elared. "We nmst rise above it .15 by realizing the baselessness of .28 anything opposed to God. who is divine love." Mr. Ziegenhagen. who served as a Christian Science Wartime Min- ister, told of an experience that took place dnring World Wa] II. "The wife of a naval officer." he said, "telephoned the Christian Science Wartime Minister station- ed at the base. and through [ears told of the routine medical exami- nation her husband had taken. The x-rays revealed a tubercular con- dition. The officer was told that he would receive an immediate I t medieal discharge from the ser- vice. Christian Science treatments were given which first handled thotazhts of fear that were quite prevalent. "The 7,[inister voiced and held to thoughts about God embracing man as His likeness, wherein no shadow of doubt could enter. With- in a very short time all evidence of feat" had disappeared. Although the discharge papers had been duly filled out. but not delivered. the a request by the officer for an- other examination was granted. "The new x-ray pictures showed no trace of tuberculosis, a fact which astonished the medical men. for all the previous pictures re- vealed a tubercular ednditlon. The hospital records showed that this was the first time medical dis- charge papers had been cancelled after being duly filled out and signed." IN DISCUSSING the handling of sin. he maid. "Christian Science heals sin. not by merely saying one must not sin because it is evil, i but by getting at the mental cause I of all sin as originating in selfish motives unknown to infinite Mind. Sin iv often the direct result of fear----the sinner being afraid of the sin thai; uses him. This can take place only in the human mind and the only remedy is to fill consciousness with thoughts of c- vine Low until the very presence of God. good is felt." Mr. Ziegenhagen held that all prayer will meet human needs when rightly applied. "In the Bible.' hc said, "Paul admonishes us to 'Pray without ceasing." But a constant repeti- tion of appeal without a spiritual sense of what one is repeating is of no avai!. Discernment of spirit- hal good niust accompany all ver- bal prayer-that is, we must think righteous prayer and not merely speak it, "To pray without ceasing means to turn constantly to divine Mind for guidance in regard to any hu- man suggestion or proposition that confronts us. For example, in solv- ing a mathematical problem how constantly we must hold to the re- levant mathematical principle in regard to every single proposition. We know that if just once we neg- lect to do go in solving a problem, perience, band director Gary Sic- HE ALSO DESCRIBED the loy declared, and he has had nu- healing, through prayer, of a child who was not expected to surwve merous Superior bands in previ- " " " nab competitions. -- --- P--OiCE--T-G-- More than 25 schools partici ............  ""'ff** o " , . . .wu pruns were on the docket pat d in Saturday s competition ......  ...... t- .... in Shelt2  Police Court Monday , : night be 'e Judge Rolla Halbert. Danml.00nn Mn.,,.d They were Lloyd E Prouty fault -----==--,.vvuu INVIIVIVH} ' ' , , Y , , __ . eqlllPlilllpl$10 forfeit, and Robert K MeUlw. I.,numm. ! R. Lt , "unk in public $10 for- [ IWN un , felt. Claude 00anielson, retired man- In April 22 were Jac00 tgero.f Mason County Public Util- A1 on, in public, four days y )mtrict 3, has been accorded in jail; Lloyd E. Prouty, faulty a life membership in the North- equipment, $15 forfeit; Hilda E. west Public Power Association in Caulfield, speeding, no valid recognition of his long years of operators license, $35 forfeit; Roy service to public power and:to the D. McDaniels, cpeeding, $10; Get'- association. . ': aid W. Young, speeding, $10 for- A certificate of the life: mem- felt; Ted Chapman, drunk and dis- bership reached PUD 3 headquart- orderly, resisting arrest, striking ers here Monday i an officer, 20 days in jail; Alex 3 Danielson, who retired as PUD Gouh'y drunk in public, $10 for- manager late last year, was felt; Dean W. Manberg, illegal very active in affairs of the passing, speeding, $15 forfeit; Bert NWPPA and served on its rate Williams, drunk in public, $25 for- committee for many yars; _ feit __ __ Auction & RumMage Sale May 18 .- I0 a.m. I0 p.m. (first auction starts at 10 A.M.) Union Mas00ni Temple Eats Served All Day (Small Donation) ELI WILLEY Continued From Page 1) moving in to Shelton in 1921. IN TIlE EARLY 1930's they moved back to Bayshore where they lived until they moved into town in 1960. Mr. and Mrs, Willey celebrated their 63rd wedding anniversary earlier this year. They now make their home with a great niece. M:rs. Ernest Stoner. Other features of the last week's meeting :brought out Chairman Roy Dunn's report that the Paul Bunyan Parade would have nu- merous "queens" gracing its ranks ---Miss Washington, Miss Armed Forces Day from Bremerton. the Seafair Queen from Seattle. the Daffodil Queen. the Ellensburg Ro- deo Queen. the Wenatchee Apple Dlossom Queen and court and possibly others. Dunn said there als( will be a motorcycle sumt unit, a bagpipe band and a military fly-over spic- ing up this year's parade. SOME CONCEBN WAS ex- pressed by chairman Orval Aa- derson over Lhe impression that. the Queen's Banquet lead-off event of the Forest Festival pro- gram on May 23 is of an invita- tional nature. Actually, public attendance at the banquet is strongly desired and urged by the Forest Festival. and tickets are now available at many places. The banquet will be held this year in the Mr. View school cafeteria at 6:30, May 23. It is the first official event on the fes- tival program Banquet To Honor Scholastic Leaders The banquet to honor the Irene S. Reed graduating seniors who have maintained a B or better average in their school work dur- ing their high school days will be at 6:30 p.m. today in the Ever- green Auditorium. Speaker will be Dr. Franklin Thomlon, president of the Uni- versity of Puget Sound. Sponsor of the event is the Shel- ton Delta Kappa Gamma chapter. Curfew For is The Mason group, consisting ' tives of law welfare child ministerial posed a unified county. Letters have ent-Teacher serwce clubs in their reaction If response i few law would mittee of Police ton Sheriff sam ing Attorney B Juvenile Christensen and field, school draft a ple will be Agency group. After the anee is. will be held tn opportunity to Gounly Qn Loader The Mason took no official ; with two of the absent becanse of Commissioners and John Bids were over to the study on the road were received. El Paso sented to the plication for a county roads bringing pia to Shelton. turned over to prepare fo commission. the answer will be wrong. Prayer heals disease by removing the fear !hat produces a physical discord- ancy. Fear is undestroyable ma- terialism that believes in the ex- istence of something besides God. Quality Used Cars '62 Ghevrolei Greenbrier Sporls Radio - Heater - 4 Speed - 14,000 Miles '60 Ford Falcon 2 Door Sedan Radio - Heater - Std. Transmission '59 Rambler Ambassador 4 Radio - Heater - Power Steering & Brakes Automatic - Lots of other Extras '59 Ghevrolet Belair 4 Door Sedan Radio - Heater - Automatic - 6 Cyl. '59 Ohevrolet Parkwood Radio - Heater - Automatic Trans. Power Steering & Brakes '58 Rambler American 2 Dr. Heater - Overdrive '55 Pontiac 4 Dr. Sod. '53 Chev. 2: '53 Cadillac 2 Dr. H.T. '51 Pontiac '54 Chev. 4 Dr. Sed. '50 Buick HI VALUE USED '57 GM(] Ton Pickup 3 Speed - Long Box '5i IH I Ton Flal Bed 4 Speed - Hydraulic Dump No Spin Rear Axle - New Rubber '51 IH 1 Ton Gab &Ohassis Heater - 4 Speed Trans. 2 Speed AXle - Clean '39 IHI Ton Flat Bed Hydraulic Dump- Rebuilt Engine 6 Wheel Cab & Chassis '57 IH VF.2 I0 Gompletely 5 SPeed Main & 4 Speed Aux Trans. Full Air Brakes - Power Steering V-549, 257 H.P. Engine Trailer Connections - Ready to Work. KIMBEL are -- Ignorance and feat" compan- CHRYSLER ions that fetter our progress. Only righteous prayer knowing God as INTERNATIONAL U Love and man as Love's fearless 707 SOUTH FIRSTST. * " m" expression--can destroy tne .   . . ...., DR,v WITH C,t THE LIFE YOU SA MIGHT OWE US M Or who knows -- maybe some da want to buy top,quality'" Graysto Ready-Mix at the lowest possible ] you will of course want to come please drive carefully, and with so you will be around to spen d . with us. Get your Seat Belts and Safety-] check Sat., May 4 at 3rd & I Cedar, sponsored by Shelton I Jaycees and Sheriff's Reserve. I I oF