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PACE 4 " Weather Ball Jumper i i C+u+ht Here +' M.;+y 8 ................... 63 36 May 9 ............... 65 38 i 2clay ]0 ................. 65 37 May 11 65 41 A Sholion .... man, Arlln+r l). I, ov-,May ]2 6;] 45 e]t,, 23 711t Tn.ner St., was cx-i][aY ]3 ............... 69 35 tradited to San l)iego, Calif., last] May 14 .................. 68 39 we(d{ afte!" leading officers on a! wiht cha:-'e thr(mgh city streets be- i warnings to slop and tool{ off fore they caught him. ]to\\;yard his home in his car, nar- A private invostig'ator, 5{ -V Irowly missing the police car as Flowers, San Diego, led asked he did so. law enfolcement officials to a,{sist : Arriving at his home, he dashed him in arresting Iovell, who had i inside , shouting to the pursuing jmnped G5,250 bail in California, !officers thai; he had a "cannon" where sewm molesting charges had '. inside. He came nut a few been brotz;Jlt against hinl. iminutes ]atec with his wife and SItELTON--MASON CouNTY 30URNAL2-PUNished in "Ohristmastown U.S.A.", Sheltonl Washington Legion Initiation For 28 Scheduled Tuesday .... VVives of 28 new members ot the American Legion have been ---j invited to witne.s the initiation ot .0I their husbinds into the ranks o -. Fred B. Wivell post next Tuesday --- eenlng. --I Ceremonies will be held in Me- rnorial Hall at 8:00 p.nu conducted by the .tth District initiation team. Delegates to the 4th District spring conference in Tacoma last week will make their reports. Rep- resenting the post were Mel Dob- son, Del Weston. John Luhm, and Roy Clinton while the auxiliary had Mrs. Clinton, Mrs. Luhrn, Mrs. YVeston and Miss Mary Dobson as Flowers, lo city patrolmen and lave himself up. its delegates. a sheriff'S depuIv were waiting for i t+t( was bold ca a recldess driv-! 1,0vell x;vhcn he 'got off' work at+ a ink Chtl'ge in dakon C0im{v at : ............  .................... : ...... " m+ll Oa,+,v h+s e00l*"00:,ilion eo.'d aCIENCE FAIR mnrnin K I:Ie failed to hoed their+ ranged. (Colltiliuod Frolll Pag'(+ ]) + .................. ,, ,i, ........................................................................................... Center at Huntsville, Alabama, s:aid thai: because we can explore space, we must. He showed slides and described the rocket to the moon project. A)tONG TI+IE SPEAKEI{S at special seminars were such not- ablcs ,. Dr. Harlow Shapley, Pro- fessor of Astronomy at Harvard; Dr. William Shockley of the Shoe- k!ev Transistor Corporation; Gen. C. W. Clark, Director of Research for the U.S. Army; Prof. S. H. Hildebrand, Professor of Chemis- try at the University.of Californ- ia; and Dr. M. W. Zemansky, Prof- essor of Physics at City College of New York. The doors to the Coliseunq were opened to the public May 8-9. An estimated 93,000 visftors in- spected the exhibits durin K those two days. Award dinners Thursday and Friday evening concluded the weeks activities. At the Health Awards dinner Thursday awards were presented in person by Geo. M. Fister, M.D., president of the American Medical Association; Gerald D. Timmons, D. D. S., pre- sident of American Dental Asso- ciation; Dan J. Anderson, D.V.M., president of the American Vet- erinary Medical Association; and Troy C. Daniels. Ph,D., Dean of the School of Pharmacy of the University of California. NSF-In- tcrnational and other special aw- ards were presented at the Fri- clay niKht awards dinner. Use Journal Want Ads Lions Club Junior Festival Princess Named JUNIOR HIGH PRINCESSES--Because of a near tie vote, these two Shelton Junior High girls will be honored as Lion's Club Junior High Forest Fes- tival Princesses. They are sponsored by the Shelton Elmlund Hamed To Slate Committee Harry Elmlund, Mason County Commissioner, has been named to the State Communications Ad- visory Committee established by the recent session of the state leg- islature. The committee was part of a measure creating a state-wide tele- typewriter communications net- v,,ork. The appointment was made by Gay. Albert Rosellini. The commit- tee is being organized now so it will be ready to begin work June 13 when the new law goe into ef- fect. Our brightest blazes of gladness are commonly kindled by unex- peeled sparks.---Samuel Johnson. to protect your electric service FALLEN TREE BRANCHES are the No. 1 cause of electric service interruptions. When high winds or other causes send tree limbs hurtling across power lines, many people suf- fer because vital electricity is temporarily cut-off. THAT'S WHY we trim tbe trees that are likely to cause trouble. Thetree-trimming crow. are trained to do a neat, attractive job to protect your electric service. \\;\\,tltll//,, , ",+ + . -BraT_+ , "} /ItlllXx\\;\" . MASON P.@.@. NO. 3 JACK COLE, president; TOM WEBB, vice president; ED TAYLOR, secretary JERRY SAMPLES, manager LIVE BETTER ELECTRICALLY .... ] ........................................... YOU'VE GOT TO PRESENTS 4-H AWARDS--Eldon Kahny, manager of the Shel- ton J.C. Penney Store, presents campships to two Mason County 4-H members to the State 4-H Club Conference, in Pullman June 10-15. Carolyn Auseth, ('enter, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Auseth, received the first place $23 campship. Etta Sweringen left, received the additional award of a $13 campship presented by the Penney Company this yearfo rthe first time. 'EMI WHAT'S HEW? WHAT DO YOU HAVE FOR SALE? WHY SHOULD PGTEHTIAL BUYERS DO BUSINESS WITH YOU? IT The only way for everyone to know about your business is for YOU to tell the story. If you want your prospects to know.., if you want to give your business special meaning., excitement . . interest . . it means taking ad- vantage of every opportunity to tell people what you can do for them. ADVERTISING IS THE-ANSWER Lions Club and will ride on the club's float in the Paul Bunyan Parade. They are Susan Woods, left, and Susan Harvey, right. I I . ............................... _ ..................... Matlock Grange Sponsoring Dance At Community Hall Saturday Night By Dora Hearing MATLOCK. -- Matlock Grange will sponsor another one of their popular dances Saturday night, with the music by Rambling Four. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Booth of Shelton were Wednesday evening dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Brehmeyer, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Lud Rossmaier, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Combs, Mr. and Mrs. Elvin Hearing, Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Portman, Mrs. Augusta Portman and Carl Portman from Matlock Grange attended the Gavel meeting at Agate Grange Friday evening. Mr. and,, Mrs. Duane Lovette en- joyed a visit from the former's folks of Vancouver, Saturday. l[R. AND MRS. Richard Cock- burn were business visitors it] Ta- coma Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Clift were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Elvin Hearing. Phillip Painter and son of Seat- tle, spent the weekend with the Rodger Painter family. He also called on Mr. a:nd Mrs. Elvin Hearing Friday afternoon. Phillip has been in the U.S. Navy 20 years, is a commissioned off leer and, captain of his boat. This community was saddened by the death of Ronnie Kjellman Saturday evening from a ear acci- dent. Friday morning he wrecked his car near Dayton, when he went to sleep. Ronnie has lived many years at Beeville snd our sympathy is extended to his fam- ily. Sunday visitors at the I, C, Ford home wer6 Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Rodgers of Nampa, Idaho; the LeRoy Boothe family of Ho- quiam ,and the Herbert Breh- meyer Jr. family of lYiatlock. MR. AND MRS. Lud Rossmaier enjoyed Sunday dinner with Mr. and Mrs. James Rossmaier of Shelton. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew McGar- vie spent Sunday with their cous- ins, the Jack Mitchell family of Tacoma. Mr. and Mrs. Alee Taylor and family of Tacoma, called at th McGarvie home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Breh- meyer Sr. and sons, Mike and Brian, were Mother's Day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Johns- ton of Elma. Gene Brehmeyer spent the week- end on the Canal with the Ray Schoening family at their sum- met home. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Dawson and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Valley called at the Fred Crabtree home Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Crabtree nd family were S;nday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Caul- MR. AND MRS Ernest Leof stcher of Cloquallum were din- nor guests Tuesday of Mrs. Au- gusta Portman and Carl Portman. Mrs. Augusta Portman and Carl Portman were taken to dinner at Milo's on the canal Sunday for Mother's Day by Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Portman. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Brown en- joyed Sunday dinner at RatFs on Hoods Canal. Nell Mildethum, son of Mrs. Bob Dawson left last week Tuesday to report at Edwards Air Force Base in California. Neff has completed his basic training at Lackland Air Force Base and also took his tech- nical training at Amerillo Air Force Base, both in Texas. Loren Roberts, 54 Taken By Death Loren Roberts, Deer Creek Road, passed away at the Shelton General hospital last Thnrsday at the age of 54. Mr. Roberts own- ed the Mason County Garbage Co. He was born in EI Reno, Oklaho- ma July 27, 1908 and had made his home in Mason county the past nine years. The funeral was held at 2p.m. Monday at the Batstone l'un,e,a Home with Rev. R. R. Rings of- ficiating. Interment was in Shel- 'ton Memorial Park. Surviwn+s include his wife, Fran- ces Roberts, Shelton; three sons, Wayne, Kenneth and David, all of Seattle; a brother, Chester W., Napa, Calif.; a sister, Mrs. Imo- gene Sinsabaugh, Huntington Park Calif.; and four grandchild- Fen. Memorial Service For Palmer Boy A memorial service for Brian Davidson Palmer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dean Palmer, was held at 10 a.m. Tuesday at the Methodist church with Rev. R. R. Rings conducting. Brian, nearly four, died Sunday at the Shelton General hospital. He was born June 23, 1959 in Shelton. Cremation followed the memorial service. Besides his parents he is surviv- ed by three brothers, Randy Dale, Jeffery Dean and Chris Duncan all at the family home; materna grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Hub- bard Duncan, Sunnyside; paternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Don- ovan Palmer, Shelton. Funeral Here For Former Sheltonian Thomas William M c D o n  ld, omtesano, diecl, in ,berdeen ISis-. field of Shelton. day. He was born Sept. 14, 1901, ............. , ........ in Shelton and lived here until What's Doing :: Among Our i I 5ERVICEMENI Capt. Daniel J. Yarr, Shelton, has been assigned to Sembach, Germany Air Base in the rede- ployment of his Air Force unit, the 601st Tactical Control Squad- ron, here from Rothwestern, Ger- manY. Capt. Yarr is commander of a squadron detachment in the 601st which coordinates activities of )rmy ground forces with Air e Force operations. The squadron provides radar guidance and com- munications assistance to aircraft flying ground support missions. The captain, son of Mrs. Daniel J. Yarr, Shelton, is a graduate of Irene S. Reed High School. He at- tended the University of Notre !Dame, South Bend, Ind. and the United SLates Military Academy, i West Point, N. Y. moving to Montesano five years ago. Mr. McDonald was a graduate of Irene S. Reed high school and Washington State college. He was a member of Mt. Moriah Lodge No. 11. The funeral was held at 1 p.m. Wednesday at the Batstone Fun- eral Home with Rev. Clarence A. Lody officiating. Interment wa., in the IOOF cemetery in Olympia. He leaves his wife, Beatrice Montesano; his mother, Mrs. Em- ma McDonald, Kamilche Valley and many nieces and nephews. Victor :IV[. Otto, fireman, USE, son of Mr. and t{rs. Martin C. OttO, Shelton, returned to Norfolk, Va., early this month aboard the landing ship. .USS Sp{egel Grove following vzszts to ports in Af- rica and Soutll America, Thursday, Pioneer Fire Protection Plans Potluck Dinn, By Betty Ann Shero PIONEER.--The Pioneer Fire Protection Association will hole a potluck dinner Friday evening be- ginning at 6:30 p.m. in the Agate Grange. The dinner will be followed by a business meeting which will start at 8 p.m. The recently pur- chased fire truck will be on dis- play at the hall. The nmin topic of discussion for the meeting will be the licensing and operating of a vehicle owned by a group. All interested persons are urged to attend. The Agate Grange held its regu- lar meeting Friday night with the Shelton Valley Grange Master, Tom Olson and his wife as special guests. Olson presented the Travel- ing" Gavel to Henry Warnes, tie Agate Grange Master who will in turn take it to the Har- stine Grange Master in the fu- nd Fair Harbor Granges. The Pioneer P.T.O. met May 7 in the school and the election of officers was held. Those elected into office were Geraldine Brooks, president; Audrey Hammond, first vice-president; Ella Studer, second vice-president; Laura Lockwood, secretary, and Doris Auseth, treasurer. Betty Ann Shero turned in her resignation as chairman of the Pioneer School Float because of too many other outside com- mitments. Mrs. Hap Smith was appointed to take her place. Jack Shero showed a movie "Our Land" which is a Dept. of Natural Re- sources sponsored film. The fol- lowing gentlemen served refresh- ments to the Ladies of P.T.O. in honor of Mother's Day: Mr. Def- finbaugh, Mr. Johnson, Mac Mc- Clary, Max Mikkelsen and Jack Shero. The Agate Sewing Club met in the home of Mrs. Stell Bunnell last Thursday evening. Eight mem- bers and one guest were present to sew and enjoy the delicious re- freshments. The guest was Mrs. Albert Dickgeiser, Jr., who is visit- ing with her in-laws for a while. The next meeting of the group will be held in the home of Lizzie Dick- geiser Wednesday evening. A wedding Saturday night Grange H>,II lo h Mrs. Bill Towner. Towner is the Hamilton, daugh Mrs. Harry Ham are now living he is a teacher Public Schools plolye(t 1) 3, a seattle The comnmnity this past week tO passing of two of{ Loren Roberts day in the pital and little year-old :on of Pahuer (lied ily home. We all pathies to both Mrs. ,Tack visited in the Mrs. Corky Saturday. Taking a trip day to dig raze and Edna Phillips. within a short to Agate in time as usual at noon. The Red Wh drove over to Loop Road Earl Gihner for a Over night Shero's Shero's of guests Mr. and Mrs. Cleary, Mr. er of Shelton, SLx of Se:ttle, Matlock, and tle. The Jim Silver Spur Ho) erton Sunday Molly, brought for her Two men, Port Orchard, Gorst, were the Mason CoU on charges of Morgan, Eacrell's Amozmg new ALUMIN COMBINATIO DOOR (king,s from Storm Door te Screea Dr... IN SECONDS AS LOW AS UVl $1'AO.-AII mm my m door dl SAYS WoRI-,.+ HEAVY ALUMINUM MORGAN, EAORETT H I LLCREST WANTED! DINERS WHO ,DESIRE EXCELLENT +CUISINE ' WHO + WISH TO' BE PAMPERED BY Dine over the v Panoramic Dining --Our Specialty-- Char-Broiled Sieaks Seafood Chicken COCKTAILS In The Liars' Den Dining 6 PHONE 877-5388 Dancing e' for reservations * Group Ltn( if desired /./i i