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PACE 2 }IELTON--MAg0N COUNTY JOURNA]5- Published in "Ghr{sI'maslmn, U.K-A.", ghelfon, Washinori Thursday, @ SAFETY AWARDSThese two plaques and the business agent at the plant with the National Safe- trophy are three of the four safety awards won by ty Council award. Gilliland is wearing the rail- the Simpson Olympic Plywood plant here for its road engineer's cap and neckerchief which was 1962 record. Left to right, are Fred Dougherty,. presented along with the award. The plant also present plant manager, with the Forest Products won the Douglas Fir Plywood Association safety Safety Conference award; Jim Gllltland, manager award which will be presented at the group's an- for the first 10 months of 1962-with the Simpson nual meeting next month. Engineers Trophy and Arnold Livingston, union Baptist Church Spotlights Grads Marina On Harstine lslan! Opens After Being Closed For Wznter By Donette Glaser HARSTINE --- After being clos- ed for the winter months the Car- old's Cove Marina is now "open for business", Dairy products, ice cream, pop and a few light groc- eries have been stocked. A full compliment of groceries will be available in a week r so. Mr: and Mrs, Harold Sebering will be on hand to wait On ct{stomerS, Mr. Sebering Will man the marine pumps and take care of spare parts for minor outboard repair. Betty will tend the store. Hours will be 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. Curt Owen, Gerry Roberts, Ruth Young. Those graduating from Junior High are: 13ill Archer, Bob John- son, Mike Johnson, John Ervin, Mike Banner, Ray Campbell, Run Cole, Elton Olsen Dave Roller, Randy Yule, Les Sjoholm, Don Schreiber, Terri tJeese0 Betty Brown, Drenna Mc Coy, Linda Rains, Vicki Hubbard and Lin- da Kadoun. "'Spotlighting Graduates" is the theme of the special youth pro- gram Sunday at 7 p,m in the First Baptist Church. The young people from the Senior High departments will conduct the evening service, and the Pastor, Rev. E. C. Knautz, will bring the message entitled, "The Challenge of Tomorrow." Jerry Donahoe, represennng the graduating group, will comment concerning "The Place of Youth for Tomorrow." The Minister oI Christian Education, Alfred D. Sandoval. will introduce the grad- aating group and present them with congratulatory gifts. There will be special music from the Youth Choir, the Jr.-Hi group and the St-Hi group. At the close of the service, there will be a reception in the church parlors honoring the graduating seniors and the ninth graders. All parents are invited to attend this special time when we "spotlight our graduates." Those graduating from the Senior Cla are: Jerry Donahoe. Ken Droscher, Rene Fain, Mike Hulbert, George John- son. Jim Lamont. Caxole Neff, OPEH A TALL PAUL SAYIHGS ACCOUNT and Walh it regular savJ,gS ea0h 00ntl/, .... L ,H I YOUR SAVINGS at current annual rates EARN DIVIDENDS AT 4%% compotmded four times annually Shelton Branch The Harstine Island Social chfb wishes to thank everyone who at- tended the clean up day at the cemetery Saturday. They also did work in the school yard. The lad- ies served a potluck hmcheon at noon at the hall. Hugo and Celia Glaser spent the weekend in Tacoma visiting their daughter HeIen and i'amily. They also journeyed to Helen and Steve's newly acquired larva near Eatonville. HURRAH for Cindy WaRe. She broke her foot Just two moths ago and we are happy to report the cast has been removed and Cindy is able to enjoy the beauti- ful weather by--swimming. Harstine Island Grange met at the hall Friday night. Mrs. Ed Wilson was honored for having faithfully served Harstine Grange for over 40 years. JOHN AND BEULAH Hitch- cock attended a dance recital in Yelm Saturday night. Little Sheryl Hitchcock was in two numbers. One she was a little skunk and one a parakeet. Her mum made her costumes and according to Grandma Sheryl stole the show. George G. Walker of Washing- ton D.C. arrived Friday to visit his sister, our schoolteacher, Mrs. Dorothy Green. It has been 8/fi years since they have seen each other. Mr. Walker m now retired. He was legal ad- viser for the senate law library. Another Mr. Walker visiting HarStine was Rubble Walker who spent the weekend with great- grandma Mi Moore. MR. AND MRS. "MAC', Me- GREW and Mr. and Mrs Paul Anderson spent Saturday at the McGrew summer home at BaN lou. Fifty-seven boats stayed at the Gerolds Cove State Park over night Saturday. 18 boats belong- ing to File Trailor-Sailor Club of Portland. Boaters wonder "Why" the houys are still lyinff on the dock and not marking the chan- nel. BIRTHDAY WISHES to Bud Glaser who celebrated his birthday Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Stan Yates. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Yates and children and Mrs. Bud Glaser and f'i,-n ,n the honored uest en- joyed birthday dinner at the Start Y,tes home. Sunday our ferry crew really had a work out with 153 cars. They ran steady from 5 to 4 tit] after 7 p. m. Bp SALE THURSDAY, FRIDA The VFW Post and its auxiliary w.iU be Sellin. popies this Thurs- day and Friday to aid disab}ed :e{erans: Auxil(ary chairman Ar- lene Smith. announces headquar- ters will be set np at Miller's Dept. store. All Workers are need- ed and should report headquarters for popp,es. The auxiliary slogan i- -" We honor, the dead by helping the living". RCV&L NEIGHBO,q IEET NEXT MONDAY NIGHT Royal  Neighbors of American will meet at 7:30 p.m. Monday in the Memorial hall for a reghtar business meeting. Refreshr{ents will be served by Mrs. Gertie Lom bard and Mrs. Phyllis Moore. All members are asked to attend. Union News I The Union fire department join- ed the Mason County group in motoring to Manette Thursday ev- ening. They met with the Kitsap gI'oup there. They were invited by instructor Hal Gardner who is as- sistant fire chief at BrelTlerton. Attending from Union were Fire Chief Otto Wojahn, Nea] Pater, Ted Blair. Bill Timm. Karl O'Berry and a new member, Clyde PeLter. The Benefit Auction Saturday at the Mason:.c hall by the Anmr- mtlt r(mp was pronounced a suc- cess, Hou,-,ehold artic}es donated by She!ton merchants and private }ndivib}'ds filled the hall. Chief auxLioneer, Dess' Haines was as- sJsLe,1 by James Reader. Alo on the scene were Mr and Mrs. Har, -'v Mawson and Mr. and Mrs Fred Martin. newcomers from Triton Cove way. The few remaining art- icles were turned over to Herb Al- len for his secondhand shop. Funds will be used for the purchase of an electric organ for tbe Union group. PUBLIC iHV]TED TO ROGERS SCHOOL SWIMMIHG GR00DU00TION CEREM00I00Y WEDnESDaY AOVE IS A COPY of a picture which will be presented to each student of the Rogers school next Wednesday morning in commemorahon of the four- th swimming graduation ceremonies to be held at 9:30 a.m. at the Pool Nuotare. The Happy Dolphins invite the public to attend and see the demonstra- One New Member Joins Matlook Grange A!o La!t)00egular Meet!rig We had two visitors Mr. and Mrs. Whetham from Agate Grange. Our Grange special committee is busy with their float and win- dow display. 1V/atlock Ladies Club met last week Tuesday with Mrs. Lad Rossmaier hostess. We had one visitor Mrs. Duae Lovette. We will postpone our next meeting June 12th will be the regular meeting. M:r. and Mrs. Carl Goodburn and family of Shelton spent Satur- day afternoon with the Lud Ross- mater's. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Cash and daughter Holly Jean of Everett spent the week end with their folks MI'. and Mrs. Max Cash. Mr .and Mrs. James Churchill and son Carl of Dayton were Sat- urday evening supper guests o Mrs. Augusta Portman and Carl Portman, Mr. and lrs. Earl "Walker spent the weekend in Tacoma and Satur- day Mr. and Mrs. Bill 13lack took them for a plane ride all over Seattle. Puyallup Valley, Shelton and Matlock vicinity. They stay- ed over nile with Mr. and Mrs. Bill Black Saturday. Mrs. P. M. Farrell and Mrs. Hattie Ba t e man of Montesano spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Elvin Hearing. 1Vargaret Magarvie spent the week end with Jackie Landis. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Gwinnett spent Saturday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Harold Clift. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Legacey and family of Tacoma were Sun- Tday dinner guests of Mr .and Mrs. ]Sam Dig.41e Jr. Then the Lega- "cey's called at the Edward Valley home in the afternoon Wednesday morning Mr. and Mrs. Mat Cash had as their visi- tors Mr. anti :rs. Bill Lohman and Mrs. Joe Francis of 13othell. MR. AND MRS. HARVEY Ric- Thurston County Federal Savings & Loan Association Accounts Insured to $10,000,00 by the F.S.L,I.C. 9 A.M.  4 P.M. Monday thru Thursday 10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Fridays Home OHice Branch Office 5th & Capitol Way  313 Railroad Ave Olympia, Wash. Shelton, Wash. SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES . Private, Confidential, Economical NaHonal Forest Laed Mineral Withdrawal Set The proposed withdrawai of about 270 acres of public land in the Olympic National Forest from mineral entry under the general mining laws. was announced to- day by John E. Bart, Jr. Officer in Charge of the Bureau of Land Management at Spokane, Wash- ington. The application for withdrawal was filed by the Secretary of Agri- culture to set aside nine camp- gr0hnd and recreation areas, to develop and maintain public oat- door recreation, and to protect the Government's investments in sructures and wnprovements in- volved. The land. a-'e localed in Ciallam rays Harbor. Jefferson and lVIa sbn Counties. A period of thirty days is pro- vialed during which written com- ments of objections may be sub- mitted by the general public to the Bureau of Land Management at the address show below. A de.cription of the public lands ffected by this proposed with- rawal will a5ear shortly in the Federal teigter and will be 50sLed in the Land Office at Room 670. Bori Marche Building SpOk- ane 1, Wash, ' PAUL BUNYAN DAYS SPECIALS from tion of swimming progress made by the 35 students who participate. The Dolphins is a group of Ipcal women who instituted the swimming project. They swim with fhe children earn Thursday morning. This wil be the final day of swimming for this school year. Refreshments will be served. SHELTON FEED & GARDEN CENTER in their new location at 111 N. 1st St. NORTHCO Fish Fertilizer $1 =8 GALLON SUNSHINE Pea| Moss $49 4 CU. FT. , BALE quiam and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Gribble were Sunday callers at the Herbert 13rehmeyer Jr. home. Mr. and Mrs. Kermit Smith o1: Vancouver, Mr Holwegenere and son of Toppenish and Mr .and Mrs. LeRoy Booth and famil yof Ho- quiam were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. 1. C. Ford. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Simpson of 13remerton spent the weekend with Mrs J. g. Singleton and Mr. and Mrs. I. C. Ford. Mrs. Edward Valley and Mrs. Lud Rossmaier visited Friday in Centralia with their aunt, Mrs. Harry Lee. They also called on another aunt Miss Ads Nye who is in the hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Larson of Elms were Sunday dinner guests of Mr .and Mrs. Lud Ross- mater. BONNIE NICKOLS, and Doug- las and Kathy May left Saturday for Seattle to be with their folks. They have stayed at the Bob Daw- son home to finish school. Mrs. Bob Dawson called on her folks Mr .and Mrs. Louis Linton of Shelton Friday. Mrs, Hansen Iniroduces Lumber Labeling Bill Congresswoman Julia Butler Hansen this week introduced two new bills in the House of Rept'e- sentatives. One bill, H. R, 6146. would aid the domestic lumber in- dustry bv requiring that all lum- ber be marked as to its country of origin. The other bill H. R, 6145. would call for the U.S. Govern- nncnt to maintain law and order on the Quinautt Indian Reservation and would make nu!l and void any state law which calls for the state of Washington to maintain law and order. Mrs. Hansen introduced H. R. (1146 in another attempt to aid the lumber indnstry in the Pacific Northwest, Imports of Canadian lumber into the United States bare climbed considerably over the past several years and finder the Trade Agreement Act signed with Can- ada same years ago, it is not necessary for Cana:lian lumber shippers to indicate that their product is manufactured in Can- ada. "Certainly the consumer should know where -his lumber comes from", Congresswoman Hansen eommented. "My bill would make it necessary for all Canadian im- ports of lumber to be labeled as being manufactured in Canada." ------L Commencement At MMK Is Planned May 29 Nine high school seniors and 13 eighth graders will be hon- ored xviLh diplomas at the 32d an- nual commencement program in the Mary M. Knight gymnasium May 29 at 8 p,m. Virginia Hol- latz is valedictorian and Louise Spalding, salutatorian. The commencement address will be delivered by Edwin Stemen, su- perintendent of the Quilcene schools. He is a former superinten- dent at Mary M. Knight, DIPLOMAS WILL be presented by Frank Hollatz, chaizznan of the school board. The graduating sen- iors and eighth grade students will be presented by Eugene French, superintendent of schools. The high school choir will pre- sent several numbers. The invocation and benediction will be presented by Robert Trim- ble: The prelude and processional will be by Mrs. Violet Helin, Members of the 1963 Senior class are: Virginia Irene Hollatz, valedictorian; Louise Ann Spald- ing, salutatorian; Henry Eugene Brehmeyer, honor student; Gerald Edson Creamer. Judy Earlene Lan- dis. Betty Lorraine Kelley, George Dean 13ariz. Frances Helene Ayers, and Jame: Michael Richardson." THE SENIORS chose as their class motto. "School is .not the end, bat only the beginning of an education." The following students will re- ceive 8th grade diplomas: Dave R. Creamer. Robert %V. Watters. Dave F. Stodden. Barb- ara Lou Owen. Carol Lynne Owen. Jane Lucille Chappell, Larry Da- vid Messenger, Alyce Rene Per- kins. Linda Diane Miller. Clandia Faye Beerbo\\;ver Ma,Tlene C. Wertz. Don Ken Gribble and Rob- ert E. Holiatz I00oe.;00 Youths Are Rescued From Wa|er Two Mason County youths were pulled from the water in Hood Canal Saturday by two Portland youths after a boating mishap There were no injuries. Gary Brcvig, 18, and Mike Mc- Aferty, 17, were boating north of ttoodsport when the boat over- tnrned Rick Green and Jim Morrison both 16, were fishing nearby and pulled the other two boys into their boat and took them to Hoodsport Marina. FERRY RECEIPTS Receipts of $207 for the wee ending May 18 from the Harstine Island Ferry were reported by the Mason County Engineer' s Office. Photo By Local Man In Seattle Pubiicaiion Bruce Nelson. of Capitol Hill, had the rare pleasure last Sunday of seeing one of his photographs appear on the covet" of a large eireulatiou publication. Bruce's pictm'e oi Ctmrles Peck fishing in Rock Creek in full co- lor was on the cover of the Se- attle Times color rotogravure Sun- day pictorial magazine. The striking picture was used in connection with the opening o1: stream fishing. Rock Creek, the scenic spot chosen for the picture, is in the Olympic National For- est in Mason County. CheCk Writer Gels 15-Year Sentence Howard Nichols, Shelton, was sentenced to not more than 15 years in the State Penitentary in Walls Walla by Judge Raymond Clifford in Mason County Super- ior Court, Nichols was arrested by Shel- ton Police several weeks ago and charged with grand larceny. He was accused of writing about $1.200 in worthless checks to busi- nesses in the county. Journal Want Ads Pay QUALITY USED CARS WAGONS '62 CHEVROLET Green Brier Sports Wagovi Radio - Heater - 4 Speed Trans. Underseal - la,,000 Actual Miles '60 RAMBLER American 2 Door Wagon Heater . Standard Trans. '59 CHEVROLET Parkwood Wgon Radio Heater - Automatic Power Steering and Brakes SUMMERTIME '59 HILLMAN Convertible Heater. Stick Shift SEDANS '60 FORD Falcon 2 Door Sedan Radio - Heater - Std. 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Paul Bunyan could do as much as the eleotri courses silently, cleanly, swiftly and slender copper wires to the exact point yOU stantly ready at your wish and the flip of a sWit sand chores for you which can make life 24 hours of every day in the year. Illllll H! VALUE U00ED TRUCKS -',',,' ' '60 WILLYS 4-wheel Drive Pickup --.,jj '51 I.H. 1-Ton Flatbed with dump '51 I.H. 1 -Ton Cab and Chassis il il '39 LH. l-Ton Flatbed with dump '57 I.H. 6-wheel Cab and Chassis Kill,EL 00GTO00$, iH. CHRYSLER PLYMOUTH VALIANT @ INTERNATIONAL TRUCKS @ 707 SOUTH FIRST ST. PHONE 426-3433 MASON COUNTY JACK COLE, presiden{: TOM WEBEL ED TAYLOR, secretary JERRY LIVE BETTER