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PAGE 14 I I i iiii LOAHS up to Loans on furniture, automobiles, equip- ment, livestock, or other security and take up to 48 months to repay. Credit Life Insurance is avail- able. Phone stop in or write: SERVIGE FINANCE GO. 124 Railroad Ave. Shelton, Washington Phone 426-4447 SI-IELTON ITA,q0N C0tYNTY JOURNAU--Pub]ished in "Cbr,;st?a,,tmr. U.S.A.", helton, Wsshinon Former Kamilche Man, Thomas HcDonald, Is Taken By Death Sunday By Frances Simmons KAMILCHE The community was saddened by hear of the death of Thomas McDonald, son of Mrs. Emma McDonald. Mr. Mc- Donald grew up in the Kamilche valley and passed away Sunday. He leaves his wife in the family home in Montesano. Sincere sympathy is exent=et to the fam- ily. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Taylor returned Tuesday from a week of travel through Idaho. Montana, Oregon and Washington. They en- countered a variety of weather as they traveled Last Wednesday guests of the Herb 'Nelsons were Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Devincen.zk San Bruno, Calif. Mr, Devincenzi is employed by the West Coast Sea Food Com- pany of San Francisco. and was checking the OIympia oyster mar- ket in the area. There will be a dance at the Grange Hall Saturday, which will be the last dance until September. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Maxwell of Bremerton were Saturday after- noon guests at the Martin Otto home. Don and Mary Newman of Seat- tle, spent Mother's Day at the Ed Petty home. MR, AND MRS. JOE NICKLIN Le$ Joslin SUGGESTS/ and two children visited over the weekend at the Martfn Otto home and little Mike stayed on for a visit. T h e Kamilchc Community Chm'eh gave special recognition to mothers m the Sunday School hour last Sunday. Flowers were presented to the oldest mother. the youngest mother and the mother have the most children present in the service. Those re- ceiving flowers were Mrs. Annie Whitener. Mrs. Jack Barnes and Mrs. Dewey Sigo. Callers at Lhe Annie Whitener home on Saturday evening were Mr. and Mrs. Soloomon Gutherie of Metlakatla. Alaska. The young people's group of the Kamilehe church attended the Oral Roberts Crnsade last Friday eve- ning in Seattle World's Fair Coli- seum. Three local young men and two children were involved in a car accident Saturday evening near the Mill Creek bridge when Jack Barnes, Floyd Barnes and key West. Shelby West and Jeff Barnes were struck head-on by another car. Floyd Barnes suffered ankle injm}y ,a break in one place and the bone chipped in another. Jack Barnes had head lacerations and bruises. Roy West had a lip lacera- tion little Shelby ad scratches and little Jeff Barnes escaped without injury. The cars were both a total loss. 42,000 people enter hospitals every day. Ask me about Hospital In- surance for your family. -,, ,cc,o=.[..,,=,= 1627 SUMMIT DRIVE PHONE 426-6373 IN POLICE COURT Appearing on the docket in Shel- ton Police Court Monday night were Graver Fleury, drunk in pub- lic, $10 forfeit; Ronald Corr, speeding, $10 fine, violation at safety responsibility act, $100 fine and 10 days in jail; Doris H. Der- rick, drunk in public, '$25 forfeit; Clots Beckford, drunk in public, $10 forfeit; Henry J. Walter, drunk in public, $10 forfeit; Gerald L. Van Cleave, drunk in public, minor consuming liquor, $25 forfeit; Ken- neth J. Raymond, driving while in- toxicated, $100 fine and five days m jail suspended. BUILDING? Local Men Heavier Now Than In J929 NEW YORK (Special) The gross tonnage of Mason County's male populal.ion has gone up. It is considerahly higbm; than it once vras. Back in 1929. when working hours were hmgcr, wl]en people would think nothing of going on foot to the corner grocery store and when a farmer walked behind his plow instead of riding on a tractor, it was easier to stay slim. Now. in this push-button age, even the littl( effort that was once used in driving a ear is be- ing eliminated. Power brakes, pow- er steering, electric windows and automatic shifting have cut that effort to the vanishing point. , As a result of little exercising and excessive eating, Mason Coun- ty's men are approximately five pounds hearvier, on the average, than men of similar height and age m 1929. TIlE LOCAL )IALE population as a whole is about 41,750 pounds, er 20.9 tons, heavier than it would have been at that time. The findings are based on na- tional averages arrived at in Stlld- ies conducted by the Society of Actuaries and by the Department of Agriculture. They show that the changes that haye taken place m'e different for different heights and ages. At the 5 foot 8 inch level, the increase among 25-year-old men is listed as four pounds, at age 35, as six pounds, at age 45. as five pounds and. for those who are 55 years old. three pounds. As to the women, in terms of 1.929 standards they are not over- weight Actually, they are found to be slimmer than they were at that time. When fashions dictated the slender look for women, they proceeded to diet and to lose weight. They now tip the scales at sev- eral pounds less than in 1929. If men were to return to their 1929 size, the medical experts would still not be satisfied. For a longer and healthier life, they say, the average man should be 20 poundg lighter. For Mason County's male popu- lation, this would mean knocking off no less than 84 tons. Impossible ? Not really. It would require a great deal of will pow- er, much less activity with the knife and fork and more exercise than at present. The SEAFIRST Banker... makes all types of Home Loans Whether you're planning on building a new home.., or buying one that's already finished ... the Seafirst Banker is the man for you to see. He's making all types of Home Loans... new construction.., conventional... FHA or GI. If your plans are for building or buy- ing, talk them over with a Seafirst Banker. You're always wecome at... MEMBER FEDEll/tf** DIaOSlT INSURANCE CORPOIrATION . SERVING WASHINGTON STATEWlDE THROUGH 104 SEAFIRST BANKING OP"FICES -HELTON BRANCH-LAWRENCE P. CARL$ONi MRR,-b'thand Franklin-Phone HArrison 6-8295 Fishermen Have Good Luck At Lake Nahwatzel Over The Weekend By Jessie Tul,l)er LAKE NAHWATZEL.-- Spring has really come to Lake Nah- watzel, and the fish contimle to bite. and give the fishmermen en- joyment. This whek's prize catehes at the resort were made by Sheltonians Fred Cool{. Paul Brugato and Jim Simmons with 16 and 16!,.', inch rainbows, and young Jerry Clary with a 17 inch cutthroat. The Spring brightness, how- ever. has been dimn]ed as we note with deep sorrow the passing of Ronnic Kjellman a deal' friend of all the Lake residents who knew him. Ronnie. who has ;or a nnm- i)er of years made his home on the Beeville Loop at Matlock. was fatally injured when his ear left the road and overturned Ileal' Shelton last Thursday evening. He is survived by two brothers. Fred Kjelhnan, Whidbey Island. and Carol Kjellman, Walls Walla. and two sistes, Mrs. Harold Jolmson of Wishaka and Mrs. Kritz of Soap Lake. His mother, who makes her home with Mrs. Kritz, suffered a I neart attack at the news of her son's untimely death, but is ex- pected to be released from the hospital in time to attend the fu- neral, which will be held at the White Center Funeral Home, 10708 16th Ave. S.W.. Seattle, at 10 a.m. Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Hanson drove to Issaquah last Sunday to visit with Mrs. Lawrence's mother, Mrs. Edith Profitt. GUESTS AT DINNER on Sun- day at the Hector Barbour home on the lake were Mr. and Mrs Sellar of Seattle. Wednesday evening Mr. and Mrs. Carl Goodbm'n called at the home of the Sam Diggles. The Archie Kelley home was visited Sunday by Mr. Ed Valley, Albert Kuhnle and Mrs. Larry Case and her children all of Mat- lock, and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Johnson of Wishkah. .... WEDNESDAY EVENING din- her guests at the Ralph Springer laome last week were Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Cook of Montesano. Mr. and Mrs. Amel Tveit en- joyed having their daughter, Mrs. Paul XVabster and son. Perry, with them for.Sunday dimler. In the evening they were visited by IV[rs. Fred Phillips, Mrs. Cook. and Norman Brown. who came to call on "Ca" Waho. Mrs.-Frank Cooper reports the disappearance late Saturday or early Sunday, of her bluc boat. Any information regarding it will be appreciated. Guests at the Cooper home over tie weekend were Frank Cooper. Jr. and his friends. Dave Pearson and Carl Thayer. all of the Air Rescue Squadron at Payne Field. Mrs. Cooper's daughter. Mrs. Peter Mak, of Gorchem. Holland, is the mother of a baby girl born May 7. Last week Mrs. Cooper went to Tacoma to the funeral of the father of her friend, Mrs. Start Cwicldinski. THE CI,IFFORI) FORD home was the setting" for a reunion of Mrs. Ford's suns and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Stophellbem of Calgary, Calif, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Boothe and family, and Mr. and Mrs Clyde Rogers ef Nampa, Idaho, on Mother's Day. The Alan Hicksons spent Sun- day on the Canal digging clams. They also attended the Circus pre- sented by the children of the Mary M. Knight School. The Circus was also attended by Mr. and Mrs. John Patton and their guests. Mr. and :Mrs. Wes Goodburn of Shelton. and by Mrs. Hank Chappell and bet' children (who attended the show all three days ) Mr. and Mrs. Lee Dawson had an enjoyable visit from her broth- er George Eidemiller and his wife and sons of Vancouver, Washing- ton. and Mrs. Lena Huber Olym- pia. Mr. and Mrs. Art Palmer spent the weekend at their Westport cot- tage clam digging and getting the cottage read for summer week- ends. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford 1eeve en- tertained Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Clan- cy and sons Olympia, on Sunday. Guests at dinner on Friday were Mr. and Mrs. Bob Thomas of Puy- allup. The City of Hope, Duarte, Calif., is marking it's 50th Anniversary with a "Penny Campaign" Mem- bers of it's supporting organiza- tions are distributing penny,banks to be filled by those who would like to help in it's research medical work, as well as help to pay the general hospital expenses not cov- ered by the million dollar grants for research. Lake residents, Mrs. Frank Cooper and Mrs. Lee Daw- son, charter members of the Shel- ton organization, are helping in this drive by distributing the banks. They may also be obtained at the resort. The Tuppers were pleasantly surprised last week by a visit from Mr. and Mrs. Otto Dever, Bell, Calif., former employer of Dick and A1. Mr. Dever is an inventor of a new type electric motor, as well as other electrical ilems. After a visit with relatives at Vancouver Canada, the Devers will return to spend a few more days at the resort. Also making a surprise visit to the A1 Tuppers this week were Mr. and Mrs. Lou Hazelroth of Bellflower, Calif., good friends and former neighbors. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Tupper and daughter, Susan left Sunday eve- ning for a quick trip to Califm'nia to visit their friends and Joann's family in South San Gabriel and stu'rounding Los Angeles area. This explains why this eohmm has a new reporter this week. It has been a real pleasure. Lumber Produclion Up, Orders Down In Past Four Months PORTLAND (Special) -- Pro- duction of lumber is up but or- ders are down for the first four months of the year for the Doug- las fir region compared to a sim- ilar period in 1962. Orders at fir sawmills totaled 2.66 billion feet in 1963 compared to 2.74 billion feet for the first third of 1962, according to G. C. Edgett, executive vice president of the West Coast Lumbermen's As- sociation. Much of this loss in orders is in cargo business to the east coast, he said, where Canad- ians have taken 72.6 per cent of the business ttlis year due to un- equal advantages enjoyed in these markets by the foreigners. The weekly average of West Coast lumoer production in April was 160,477,000 b.C. or 100.9 per- cent of the 1958-62 average. Or- ders averaged 162,911,000 b.C.; shipmehts 160,058,000 b.C.; weekly averages for March were produc- tion 169,479,000 b.C., 106.5 per cent of the 1958-62 average; orders 152,- 487,000 b.C.; shipments 161,316,000 b.C. Four months of the 1963 cumu- lative production 2.746,000 bid 4 months of 1962, 2,677,626,000 b.C.; four months of 1961, 2,561,792,000 b.C. Orders for four months of 1963 break down as follows: Rail and truck 2,000,509,000 b.C.; domestic cargo 429,534,000 b.C.; export 129,- 537,000 b.C.; local 106.860,000 b.C. Information On Second Jobs To Be Sought In Gensus Questions designed to provide in- formation on the number of per- sons who have more than one job will be asked in the May Current Population Survey it was announc- ed today by Director Guy E, Rain- both of the U.S. Census Bureau's regional office at Seattle. Inormation will be collected on the type of work done on a sec- ond job compared with the regu- lar job. the number of hours work- ed at the second job, and whether the work was done at night or on weekends. Previous surveys indicate that about three million workers hold down more than one job. This is about five percent of the total em- ployed.  The questions on secondary jobs will be in addition to the regular inquiries on employment and un- employment asked each month in the Current Population Survey. A:ll of this information is being col- lected by the Census Bureau for the Bureau of Labor Statistics, U. S. Department of Labor. The Cu';ent Population Survey w be conducted here and in 356 other sample argus of the coun- try during the week 'of May 20. Census Bureau interviewers who will collect information locally are Mrs. Violet F. Busnnell, Olympia, and Mrs. Polly A, Swayze, Shelton. Thursday, Hood Canal PTA To Install By Joyee Seol t HOODSPORT. - ..... Hood Canal P.T.A. will meet at the Junior High School Monday evening at 7:30 p.m. Slides on Africa will be shown and the children are in- vited to atte]m \\;viLli their parents. Installation of new officers will be held. Harold Jacobsen, former rest- MR. AND MILS. joined other ily at the home of the t{alph EndicottS La he. Mrs. Dominic wood, spent MndaY George Yoeom home Mrs. Dividio is of George's former dent, and brother of Doris Simons Mr. and Mrs. and Marion Jarvis was stricken Lily and Laretta with a hearl attack in Taconm last spent Smlday week. SympaUny is extended to family. these families at this time. Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. E. F. Jenner entertained Mr. and Mrs. Billy Julie, weir gue several friends of Edith Kraus at Goodpasters on a lovely birthday luncheon Satur- day. Ann Rowe, Maude Crosby, Marjorie Akers, Eileen Ager, Kath- ryn Mcintyre and Jean Phillips were present: to extend birthday greetings to Edith. THERE WILl, BE a Talent Show by grades 1, 2 and 3 at the Hoodsport School May 24 at. 1:30 p.m. Parents and friends are in- vited to attend. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Phelps en- joyed claming at the ocean on recent low tides. They have been spending their spare time on re- modeling their beach house at Lilliwaup. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Sund had a houseful of company on Sunday as the family gathered for Moth- er's Day. Mr. and Mrs. Ross Wer- net and family and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Wejler and children from Seattle and Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Barnett from Taconm, and Mrs. Jane Werner spent the day with the Sunds. Another family gathering took place at the Art Kraus honle. Mr. Husic and Mrs. A. O. Barban and Mr. and Mrs. J. E. 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