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1963 onL family ro.m aths, carport and Ne ' s('ho.l and 426-851 j, S 5 'J6-23 ERS. Api)r,,x. r, 'f VleTw p,l I I'IV, Shel( m b,n-de's Counlv eVat el' +xcelh nt building i,750 $2.000 (he, vii. Legal Publications NATIONAL IrOREST TIMBEll, FOil SALE O17Tll I+'ORK ,";I(OI(OMill 1962 No. 3 Pul)lie lloti('e is lie 'ehy givt.n that ptlr- sllanl 1o lhe pl'(VVislons of Set.lion 5 oI Pul,lic lmw 273. 781h Congress [58 ,qlal. 132-16 U.S.C.A 583-583ij. and the (.,)o!)/ ' [ V' AgllOolnenl h)l' the lalla- -,l 1 io ] 11 (if I11{ Pal'l i('ipalinK leorest 1'o, H*l'l io: Ill lhe h"]lll (:oop('Fal 1\\; t SllS{i}iJl,(I Yield /lllil (,nlel(.d inlo |)3 .*lilt) betweell Ill(' Unite(] Slales of +lllt,l'- J0}lll ])c\\;'el'e/1x It'D. t11l(! lho Sill pSOll "]'illlbtq' Colllpilny, Ag'n(' 3 . 119 dated Ehc'llll)(.I ' 12. 19RI. nil lllel'cllaa- 5/16 labl,, {imb,q" illarked or (lesignaled for -LIJN(I-I. D;)w{l- i'otling' Illl ;Ill al.ea Cllll)ra(:ing 507 acle-q, )Y'laakPl'. Sel'/es illoi 'o ,,," (,qs wllhin Sections 31 32. 33, lers Weekly Own- 36 T. 23N.. R. 5V. p iIlia ly surveyed, 'elll'hlg, Th, sky Seclioll at. T. 2aN. R. 5\\;V., ulmurvey- dYc$3,(IO0 (hxvll; v(eH" Seclimls 1. '2. 3. 4 5. 6. 11 12. 20. ". ,a I ,lohn l)ev- ,3. T 22N. R 5".. pal'l : lly surveyed. ,/o St'eli m 28. T ,,N., R 5VJ.. surveyed, LaBissoniel.e AS- Socll(,h ; 25. 26 36, T. 23N.. It. 6VV., 4h. Shclton. 5/16 tlllStll'\\;O(,(] Se,,'liol'ls 12. 13. T. 22N., Ti-II+]D+- Hero--is 12. 6*N.I nsurv-yed, and section 26. T. those that want 22N.. 12. 6VV.. Imrtially surVey,K1 xN. cottag+, coml/lete M.. Skolomish F, luck Mason Colln.y Situat(,d in a Shelhm Co.peralivc Sustained Yield gerlooking water- klnil ()lyau)ic National Fm'csl. Wcqsll- kup for 3 traih!rs ingt,n, will be sohI I(/ the Simpson s. If You like-- Timber Co pany, SeaItle. Washington, 110 Ilroblelll A ill .IlIl( 17. ],qd3. The .slitnaled voitlltles )0. Call A. R(y)v are: 29.100 M board feel of Douglas-fir. --_.._ 5/16 200 M Imard feel of weslern refleeflar 1 re. this-:ie-inity, and 5,700 M I)oard reel of western , about Jtlne lsl. hemlock and ethel' species The nlini- ld partielllals, intll] acceptable bid pep M board feet homDson Ne- is as folh)ws: Doughls-fir $17.70. WeS- eFll l'{'(tC'd.21" .1(1.45 and wcstePn ]lelll- ...... 5/16 loci{ and (,thor species $11.10. This in- e, Will }7;{-1';){' - 5{ 5/16-23 (,ludes tile folh)wing rates, pe, r M board [eel for Sltllllpllge (inclllding deposit 25/, ){'-;{[ ['of sale area hellernlent). $3.00 base Crbg and shade rate plus an additional $14.30 for D(mg- Rte 1 Box 48. 13s-fir. "10.05 for western red cedar. -.___ " 5/16 $2,00 /)ase rate plus an addilional $8.70 Zx4s, 2x6s-2x8s: I'of western henflock and other species ,ng.. Doors: win- and $0.40 ['o2 slash disposal for all spe- la/rS, plywood. 16 ties. The prices bid for slumpage shall bc considered as tentative rates subject ):age door. $75. to qu u't(rlycalendaradjustment upward aer $40, Cleave l,r downward by 0.5 of the difference ox 48 Oh, mpia between the average of the monthly __ 5/'16 ffn Douglas-fir region indices, as ealculat- table.'--oi)ens to ed 1/5' tim Forest Service for the three arge drum table I)revious monlhs, and the following a after 5"30 p.m. base indices: Douglas-fir 114.36 iN), S 5/16 wesilel'n redcedar None. western hen] o INTRODUCE The Newest MQmber of our happy burger Family WITH A SHAKE 4 FRIDAY SATURDAY THESE 2 DAYS BABY BURGERS 5 for 99c ,ors A & W Drive-in Mt. View You" Town ' 4) HELTON--MASON COUNTY JOURNAE- Published in t'O71,vistnatown, U.KA.', She}ton, Waahinn Rereation Program Stair in Complete \\;ith the hiring of Wally Eigen- -man to direct tennis activities, Shelton's summer recrcatiot pro- gram staff has been completed. Eigemnan was added by the rec- reation boar..'l at its nleetlng relies- day nlg]lt, chairman F, ernie Bail- ey annollnCed Supervised tennis play for boys and girls from !2 to 18 years wilt be provided on courts a Kne.elaud Park. Loop Field and the airport. Eigenman, presently employed by the Simps.,m ']?imber Company, is a physical eduealion ma]or with prev4ous experience in the Seattle park department and 16 years of experience in tennis play in major tou,'naments thz oughout t h e country and in the Air Force. THE CITY SI,+M]IEI{ recrea- tion program will get under way June 24 and carry through to July 27, excep for swimming classes, which vill be conducted over seven weeks carrying into August. Swimming again is under the lireetion of Jack Mallinger, who headed the program last year. Classes will be held again at the Pool Nuotare for children from six through 16 years and offring beginning swimming through junior life saving. Mallinger said the "human stroke" method will be used to instruct basic beginners and American Red Cross swimming skills will be utilized for advanced students. At the conclusion of the program students who successfully pass all swimming skill tests will be awarded Red Cross cards sig- nifying their competency. Bus transportation will be pro- vided with pick-up points again established on Hillerest, down- town and Mr. View. A daily charge of 15 cents will be re- quired to covet" some of the costs GETS COLLEGE HONOR Janice Demmon Shelton, has been chosen a member of Spurs, sophonlore women's honorary group, a Central Washington State College. She was one of 36 girls chosen for their leadershit- ability, schola.stic record and ser vice to the college. lock and )lher species 91.68 (A). Stleh adjusllllents ill tile price for Stl.lmplg( Mmll be .pplicable Io tiltlbe[' sealed during the three-months period follow- ing' the quarter for which the adjust- nlen is ('onlpnted I no ovenl, how- iV/el', shall the paylnenl I'al(ts 101' each ql, larlel" be less tllal the l)ave rates as staled above When the adjusted rates by species are lower than the hase rates, tile (lif[erence between the total dollar vahle of the tinlbev e/ll +'11 ad- justed rates and at base rates will be re,(:orded for each specAes, The Sllllll- page iato for any species will Ilia ha inerea,ed above the base rate tlrltil the sub.%quent adjusted ]'ales above base Pates foF till species develop an acclllllIlla+{',d total dollar vahle in ex- cess of ill(, total t'ecordod ac(',tlnltllatcd difference for :111 species. If reqaesh}d bY the State )1" Washington of by Ma- son County or by any person (teenled to ]lave a veasollsbh, interest in the propesed sale or in its terms, a puhlic hearing will be held in the office of the Ii'orest Supervisor. Post Of flee luild- in'. Oh'mpia, Washina'hm on lhe 7th day of Juno 1963. al 2:00 p.m. PDT, Re- quests for public hearing ,'lll no[ be considered unless received in the of- rice o[ the Forest Supervisor. Post Uf- rice Building. Olympia. Washington. on or before May 27 1963. Dated May 13. 1963 Lloyd G, Gillmor, Forest Super- visor. Olympia National Forest. 5/16-23-30 6/6 .It FOR FESTIVAL--A special attraction at tins year's Forest Festival Parade and Loggers Sport Show will be the Burien Bossacks, a motorcycle stunt roup. They will apear in the Paul Bunyan Jayc00es S[g. Circus For J.ly Showing As a means of rctlsing fnnds for completion of il,s Callanan Parr project, the Shelton Jaycees have scheduled the Jens,',n Circus for a one-day apt)erance m She]ton July 19. Jaycee President Arnold Fox mmounced yesterday. The circus will set up on Loop Field and will present afternoon and evening performances. Fox said Further details will be an- nounced later. Auction & Rummge Sate Your local newspaper strtves to represent every |acet o! the community, h promotes business by advertising pro- ducts and services; it supports churches, schools, and civic clubs by ;publ/shing information concerning their ac- ' ties; it recognizes individual members of the communiW s interesting events occur in their lives; and it spreads local news, and national news in local terms. B help- g different factions of the community to learn each er, your-local newspaper promotes and cooperation for the good of the entire area. ! YOUR. TOWN GROWl SUPPORT May 18--I0 a.m,- IO p,m, (first auction starts at 10 A.M.) Union Masonic Temple Eats Served All Day (Small Donation) Parade at 10:30 a.m, Saturday and will present a short exhibition program at the beginning of the Logger's Sport Show at 2 p.m. Saturday after- noon. By Ted Kesting ] Crandall. Boats Editor, It's true: real landlubbers are rare today. But the sportsman who goes out only in the boats of friends is likely to get just a passenger's viewpoint and, if each friend has a different sort of boat. he may get no real insight into any. Iw you have yet to buy your first boat, ther+e is role big, im- portant point t( remember: there are rules for good. safe boat buy- ing. You nmst foltow them all; being a beginner isno excuse. Only experts can make exceptions -- they alone can figure out a calcu- lated risk. A BOAT MUST be chosen to suit both the waterway it will be run on and the load it will carry; that is the basic consideration you ,as a first-timer must never lose sight of. Nothing can reveal sheer imbecility .better than buying a boat smaller than what the water- way calls for. simply because as is often said. it is easier for a begin- her to handle. Only proper size can combat steep waves, in a power- boat. and it's a genuinely safe bet no waves will ever level down be- cause a novice is out in them. This does not mean you have to buy a big boat. says Willard YOUR HOMETOWN NEWSPAPER. SOLID, UNITING FORCEI YOUR LOCAL NEWSPAPEi00! Newspaper Pub00shers Assoc/at00, 00nc. Jl5 ;+OMJU+N+iTI4H+S .p!tOINII, UNiVERSiTY OF WAIHlllOIOl! $iAllti 1, W&SHiNOTOll Sports Afield Magazine. The waves 'of the ocean glf and large lakes, uch as the Great Lakes, will not offer any problem, for you won't be going out on them, Not only are sheltered waters safer for those getting their experi- ence. but also they afford quicker and raore fun-filled chances to get that experience. OF COURSE, it is quite evident that circumstances vary for any first boat. Sheltered waters are of eli kinds: swift rivers, tida: bays, quiet ponds, and so on; and they offer a variety of places on which to keep the boat as wee as to run it. An outboard of about 16 feet is about the most popular boat in America today; it's well-suited to a trailer, to one of intermedi- ate size that's the easiest of all to learn to handle. For a first boat. you're wise to choose some- thing outstandingly popular--since there's obviously less chance of going wrong in view of your in- experience. Besides, a 16-footer is a remarkably versatile boat. It's as good for the fun of family or guest cruising as for fishing. Summer School Glasses Start June I0 Persons interested in enrolling ill summer school classes here should enroll immediately as classes will be starting June 10. Enrolhnent blanks can be se- cured from Miss Margaret Bald- win, Frank Willard or Don Brown for such subjects as English. civ- ies, history, practical math and personal typing on a senior high school level, or algebra, English, Washington State history, 7th or 8th grade math, and pers(mal typ- ing on a junior high level provid- ing suffleient numbers enroll to make classes feasible. In the case of personal typing in either group Miss Irene Bur; right should be contacted. Length of the classes may vary some, but the cost in eaeh case is $20, pay- able in advance. PRESENTED PAPER W. Scott Briggs, son of Dr. and Mrs. B, T. Briggs, Shelton, is one of the University of Washington students wlm presented a paper at r the Pacific Nortllx est Regional conference of student chapters of the American Chemical Society at U'W Saturday. He is also chair- man of the U'W student chapter of the society. SAVINGS BOND SALES Savings bond sales in Mason County in April were $5,694, L. A. Carlson county bond chairman, re- ported this week. SaIes in the state totaled $5,494,916, an increase of 10.8 per cent over the first four months of 1962, LIQUOR STORE CLOSING The Shelton Store of the State Liquor Cent rol Board will close at 2 p.m., May 25. Forest Festival Day, it was announced this week. Journal Want Ads i LETTERS ,o THE m APPRECIATION EXPRESSED Editor Shelton Journal , Dear Sir: The Executive Ioard and the .nembers of the Bordeaux '.T.A. ,vot/ld like to thank all of those people who came and waited so patiently for their ham dinner a{ay 1. Thanks to such a fine at- endanee and so many faithfui corkers onr dinner was a real suc- less. We hope everyone will wateh mr the i:llprovcment of the Bor- leaux playground. These improve- ments will be made possible through the use of the proceeds .f the ham dinner and vohmteer labor of Bordeaux patents and triends. Sincerely ;ours. Executive Board. Bordeaux P.T.A. Exeptional Foreslers (Continued From Page 1) portunity for further useful edu- calf on. At that time the founders of xceptional Foresters hoped to de- velop a program in forestry culture for the retarded ch, P ''" '" +"'" ')ecame adults with living quart- ers for them at the airpo.. arJ- us problems, much of it financial, revented the program from be- coming a reality, but it is hoped he program Wagner will institute bout mid-June can eventually de- velop in that direction. W.AA.C. ELECTS RAY PILSETH PRESIDENT Ray Spilseth presided over his irst meeting as president of the Washington Association for Re- tarded Children's Mason County chapter last night following his re- cent election for the 1963-64 term. :OTHER OFFICERS include Helen Kunkel, vice-president; Har- riet Richard. secietary; Louise Kimbel, treasurer; Roberta Knee- land, corresponding secretary; Les Spilseth, editor 0f the monthly etter; and a board of trustees con- isting of all the officers plus Bob Kimbel and Les Spilseth. FLAG CONTRACT RENEWALS COMING UP END OF JUNE Shelton will be decorated with &merican Flags this Saturday, Armed Forces Day, and also twice more before May is gone front "he scene---Forest Festival day, May 25 and Memorial Day, May 30. These will be the final flag days xcept for Flag Day on Jne 14 ruder present yearly contracts Shelton business firms and individ- uals have held with the WARe for the past several years. Mere- hers of the WARC will he seeking renewals of the contracts, which expire July 1. during the latter part of June. EYI] To Present Binner A.d Program The Episcopal Young Church-' men of St. 'David's chureh will present "Cherry Blossom Time" featuring a chicken dinner plus delightful enteraainment fro m 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. this Saturday at the church. Donation price is $1.50 for adults, $1 for children, Tickets may be purchased at the door or from any EYC member. i EDITOR | VOICE OF EXPERIENCE Dear 5ournal Editor: As I see the theme for the For- est Festival this year is old time logging with oxe teams, I thought y()u might be interested in my little bit about this kind of ex- perience. I was born and raised on a farm in Oregon and loggers drove oxe .teams with loads of logs over skid- roads on my parent's place there. A man walked ahead of the teams with a bucket of grease and greas- ed the skids. rhen I was about seven or eight I rode to town in a big home made .sled pulled by oxen. I was just thinking what a sight that would be now. to see a farmer fa- mily driving through town in a home-made sled behind an oxe team, I think it would stop traf- fic for a few blocks. It wasn't long before they start- ed using horses for the same pur- pose as the oxe ,team, then donkey engines. I never thought in those days that I ,would have grandehil-" dren flying through the air, as they have any number of tinges. I have never had the experience of flying yet but who knows, I might get up the courage some day. But to get back to loggin;, I would like some day to see the modern way" of logging, I have been in Shelton 36 years and have never been in any of the Simpson camps. I will be 70 years old June 11. Mrs. Evelene 'Farrell 103 South 12th St, ANNEX PAYMENTS AHEAD By plowing all funds realized from the prdperty back into con- tract i n s t allments, the Shelton Port Commission has already re- duced to $9,290 the original $25,- 000 purchase contract on the Johns Prairie annex property it obtained from the U.S. Navy i 1960. The eommissi0n bay he.,- paying $500 on quarterly in, +'' merits and also put $3,100 i+ -- ceived from timber arid $1300 from scrapped railroad track into reducing the unpaid principal. BUILDING PERMITS Building permits approved b- the Mason County CommisTo"" Monday included George A.mbr  wood cabin. $3,000; Verber.r Winery, concrete block storage  :'.. dillon, $i,500; Ethel He D ki n:. wood garage, $150; Curtis-Toc.m+ quist, summer cabin. $2,000: ..'- bert Radamaeher, wood garrge, $1,200; Effie Bichel, move cal:{nl $500; David hr. Henderson, wood residence. $3,000; Nell Simmons, .wood residence, $5,200. DAflCE Sat., Matlock Grange i Music By RAMBLIN FOUR and Johnny Arnold NO FROST HERE! ... No defrosting in ,. the 110 lb. freezer ! NO FROST HERE! You're free from de- frosting forever.., no frost in the refrig- erator ! Oomplelely FROST FREE 2 door 13 cu. ft. Westin#ouse refrigerator-freezer Model RHC-13. Packed with news-making features, 369'' Less your o,d re, r,gerator ........ 100 oo" With your old refrigerator pay only . Shdton Electrk 419 Railroad Ave. Phone 426-6283 to 6 years.