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Lake Hahwatzei Family Has " li" " Visitors From t;a Iorma, Illinois By ,/()ann T,pper LAKE NAH\\;VATZEL --- Mr. and Mrs. A1 Tapper and family are being visited by Mr. Tupper&apos;s mother. Mrs. Caroline Tupper of Laguna Beach. Calif. She arrived last Tuesday, driving up from Ca- lifornia with her friend, Mrs. Grace Muse. Mrs. Muse stayed for a few days and then returned to La- guns Beach. Mrs. Tupper is plan- ning to spend a mouth with her son and family. Also spending a week at the Re- sort is Mrs. A1 Tupper's sister and'family, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Springer of Aurora. Ill. They ar- rived last Friday with their two sons. Wayne and Robert. In the evening they ac6ompanied the Tupper. to the graduation of their son_ John Tupper, from Irene S. Reed high school in Shelton At a surprme party last Sat- urday evening, John Tupper's 18th birthday was celebrated by his friends. Wayne ,Springer, Vicki Halt. Mike Hall. Linda Palmer. Bill %Valden, John Settle, Bob Springer and Alan Tupper. Last Sunday guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Springer were Mr. and Mrs. Fred prmger of Brinnon. MR. AND MRS. AMEL Tveit entertained Mu and Mrs. Max Cash of Matlock last Monday eve- llln'. Wednesday evening dinner guest at the Tveit home was Roy Ander- son of Matlock Mr. and Ms. Leroy Booth of Hoquiam visited Mr. and Mrs. Clif- ford Ford last Sunday. Thursday and Friday, ]VIrs. Dora Crowell of Quilcene visited her son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Roe Franklin. Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Hector Barbour last Sunday was Mrs. Fred Rockivich and son of Elms. :Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Hart- sen have visiting them for the summer LM:rs. Hansen's mother, Mrs. Edith Profitt. Seattle. Last Thursday, :Mrs. Archie Kel- ley and daughter, Betty accompan- ied by Mrs. Hank Chappell went to Tacoma on business and do some shopping. Saturday, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Pearsall and family of Elma vis- ited the Kelleys and brought N[rs. Kelley's sister. Mrs. Clara Pear- sail to spend a couple of weeks. Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Hansen for a few days was Mrs. Hansen's aunt, Mrs. John Durbin of Auburn. Miss Betty Kelley spent last Monday a.9 overnight gmst of Miss Irene Emsley of Shelton SATUI{DAY guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cooper was Eddie Holmes of McChord Air Force Base. Mr. and Mrs. Archie Kelley and daughter. Betty accompanied by Mrs. Clara Pearsail visited Mr. and Mrs. Larry Case at the Kuhnle ranch. Visiting Mr. and Mrs. James Bleeker last Wednesday was Mrs. Tillie Boeck of Hoodsport, and la- ter that afternoon Mrs. Bertha Visser of Potlatch visited. Mrs. Lee Dawson was a drop-in guest that evening at the Sleeker home. Mrs. Clifford Reeve left last Saturday for Astoria, Ore., return- ing Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Heiaha. who will be visit- ing the Reeve family for a few days. Spending a few days with Mr. and Mrs. Lee Dawson was their daughter, Mrs. Leroy Smith and granddaughter Linda while Mr. Booth and son. Jimmy and Eddie Dawson went to Duckabush for a camp-out. Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Hewson drove to Seattle last %Vednesday on business. Over the weekend they took a drive around the Peninmfla Loop, spending Saturday night at LaPush. Mrs. Henry Chappell accompan- ied Nancy Stodden. Sandy Miller, Louisa Spalding, Ginger 'HoIlatz last Monday in a picnic trip to Mr. Rainier. That evening the girls enjoyed a softball game between two women teams from Tacoma being played at Spanaway Park. ST. DAVID'S SL:%TES JUNE ]9 PICNIC Members of St. David's Episco- pal church will hold a picnic at 12 noon next Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Oliver Ashford. Any- one wishing to attend please con- tact either Mrs. Isaac-Jeffery, 426- 2265. or Mrs. Leo Bishop, 426-2254 for further information. -- II |' I i QUALITY USED CARS '62 Chevrolet Greenbrier Sports wgn. Radio - Heater - 4 Speed Trans. '60 Pontiac Catalina 4 door sed. Radio - Heater - Automatic Trans. Low Mileage - one owner. '60 Rambler American Station Wgn. Heater - Standard Transmission Real Clean - Top Economy '59 Chevrolet Belir "6" 4 dr. sed. Radio - Hater - Automatic Trans. '59 Chevrolet Parkwood Sta. Wg. Radio - Heater - Automatic Trans. Power Steering and Brakes '58 Rambler American 2 dr. sed. Heater - Overdrive For Top Mileage HI VALUE USED TRUCKS '60 Willys 4 wheel Drive Pickup Heater - Warn Hubs - Low Mileage WE HAVE SEVERAL FLATBEDS, CAB & CHASSIS - DUMPS IN STOCK. KIRK MOTORS, INC. JUNIOR HIGH AWARD WINNERS are Ltop row from left to right) Gary Marshall, boys' glee club inspirational; Sonia Sargent, Girl of the Year; Chief Clayton, current events runner-up; (second- row) Lane Premo, journalism award; Ralph Young, boys' glee club inspiration; Steve Looney, cur- Lost Lake Couple Taking Horses To Oregon Show LOST LAKE Mr. and Mrs. Harry Boelk are taking their two Arabian horses to the Salem. Ore- gon Horse Show, which is being held June 13-14-15. Shirley Williams was the week- end guest of Beverly Saeger. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Trail and boys were the weekend guests of the Roy Baolduc's. Donda Saeger traveled to Ran- dal with Mr. and Mrs. Glenn @ CHRYSLER -- PLYMOUTH -- VALIANT @ I INTERNATIONAL TRUCKS 707 SOUTH FIRST ST. PHONE 26-3433 I I I --- --, I/ r ,r-II i I 00H'T JUST Ryan, first vice commander: Lea Young, second vice commander; Mel Dobson, adjutant; Vin Con- nelly, finance officer; Erme Camp- bell, chaplain: Horace Crary, his- torian; and Phil Durand, sergeant- at-arms. BUt]LDING P]RMI(S Building permits approved by the Mason County Commission Monday. 4ncluded to Industrial LUmTer Products, wood residence, $1-A95; Dr. Avpad Masley Jr., wood summer residence, $10,000; Rich- ard Van Beuers, wood residence. $4,000; Ray DeKay, wood cabin $1,150; Ben Mehus. wood cabin, $1,200 :and Cecil :Clark, wood res- idence, $10.000. SELL (like that darn cat) rent events contest winner; tbottom row) Gatny Saeger, band'inspiration; and Sally Wolf and Lin- da Rains, Girls' Athletic Association inspirations. These awards were presented at a Blazer assembly last week. Not available for picture was new As- sociated Student Body President Rick McComb. Journal Wa, t Ads 15 word ad 1 week $1.00 2 weeks $1.60 3 weeks $2.00 Phone 4 26-N12 It's A Date TODAY, THURS., JUNE 13 Flag Day Golden Age Club, 12 noon pot- luck, Memorial hall. Rotary Club luncheon, 12 noon, Ming Tree Care. World War I Veterans and Aux- iliary, 8 p.m. Memorial Hall. FRIDAY, JUNE 14 Ruby Rebekah Lodge, 8 p.m., IOOF hall. SATURDAY, JUNE 15 Drivers license ex a miner. 10 a.m. - 5 p.m., police station. SUNDAY, JUNE 16 Father's Day Shelton churches invite you to attend the church of your choice. Parker and their children Pat and Hood Canal Woman's Club/pan- Tommy, to see their grandmother cake breakfast, 9 a.m. - 2 p.m. Mrs. Parker. Then Donda stayea Potlatch clubhouse. for the weekend at the Parkers MONDAY, JUNE 17 with Pat. County commission's meeting, 10 a.m., courthouse. Along with everyone else of the TUESDAY, JUNE 18 Lost Lake area and every where Mason Co. Fair Board, 8 p.m., else Wilma Baoldue was real glad commissiqogr's office. to get out of school for a while. Kiwanis Club luncheon, noon So she had a party for a few of Memorial hall. her friends on Friday, and I'll bet City commission's meeting, 2 they took advantage of the Lake p.m. city hall. being so close. Fred B. Wivell Post 31, Amer- ican Legion, 8 p.m. Memorial hall. WESTON ELECTED WEDNESDAY, JUNE 19 LEGION'S CHIEF Drivers license e x a m in e r, 10 Delbert Weston will be installed a.m. - 5 p.m., police station, as commander of Fred B. Wivell Chamber of Commerce inter- community dinner honoring Shel- American Legion Post July 2, ton, North Mason, Mary M. kn.ht following his election last week. high school senior scholars, 6:30 Fellow officers are Dr, Tom p.m., Alderbrook Inn. THURSDAY, JUNE 20 Sast Matrons of Welcome Ch; - OES, 12:30 p.m. potluck 1an L- ., home of Mrs. Florence T '- ) err commission s meeting 8 t., courthouse. ravy Mothers Club, 8 p.m., rial hall. :::::::::::::::::::::::::: | IAll .IV h vvnar s uoIng i Among Our i Past Matrons of Welcome Chap- ter OES. 12:30 p.m. potluck lunch- eon, home of Mrs. Florence Tay- lor. Port p.m., courthouse. Navy Mothers Club, 8 p.m., Me- morial hall. | SERVICEMEN I sAN 00IJO,'CALIF'00 The following Navy men: Richard C. Holtorf. son of Mr. and :Mrs. Veta M. Holtorf of Route 3,, and tester E Sytsma, son of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer C. Sytsma of 226 East "J" St.. both of Shelton. completed recruit training at the Naval Training Center, San Diego, Calif., and participated in graduation cer- emonie$ May 17 which involved ap- proximately 3,000 men in the weekly Recruit Brigade Review. - The nine-week training includes naval orientation, customs and eti- quette, traditions and courtesies, ordnance and gunnery, first aid, swimming and survival seaman- Ship and shipboard routine, sen- try duty, physical fitness and mili- tary drill. Chaplains' guidance lec- tures are given recruits, as well as academic examinalons which must be passed in order to grad- uate. During the training period, re- cruits receive tests and interviews which determine their future trainin and assignments in the Navy. Upon graduating they are assigned to service schools for technical instruction or to ships or shore stations for on-the-job training. Army PFC John L. Morris, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dwight L. Mor- ris, Union, was named soldier of the month for the 8th Infantry Division in Germany, May 22. A clerk-typist in Headquarters Company, 8th Supply and Trans- port Battalion, Morris was select- ed for his soldierly appearance, knowledge and performance of du- ties and military courtesy. Estates valuesd at more than $3/4 billion are administered by the Veterans Administration for minors and mentally incompetent persons. I - I I 111 II II r IL Dr. Shimek Oldest At Odessa Alum Reunion Dr. Joseph T. Shimek, Shelton dentist, one of three surviving members of the class of 1913, shared honors with one of the other survivors as the oldest at- tendant at the annual xamon 0 Odessa high school alumni last Saturday m Odessa. He received an inscribed pen before 350 atten- ding the banquet. His son, Jerry, accompanied him to the function, Junior High Students Gel Straight "A" Eleven Shelton junior high school students received straight Asa Ward, Early Day Shellonian, Killed In Oregon Car Wreck An Oregon traffic a trident brought death to an early-day Shelton resident Monday morning. Asa Ward, 77. brother of Ar- thur Ward of Shelton, was killed instantly in a two-car collisi(n in Cottage Grove, where he has lived for many years. Last rites will be held Friday in Cottage Grove. Mr. Ward left Shelton in 1973 after living here since 1899. when the family moved from Olympia. He was prominent in civic an0 fraternal affairs and worked for he Simpson Logging Company as n accountant. He was also justice of the peace. He left here to go with the In- terstate C o m merce Commission and traveled widely before joining Kaiser Construction during Vorld War II. He recently retired from the J. F. Allinsert Company, a general heavy construction firm. He was born at Oakvflle but got his early schooling in She]ton. Besides his brother he is survived by two sisters. Bertha Fee in Ta- coma Rose Pickrel in Retsil: his wife Leila. 2 sons and a danghter. Eight And Forly Hew Officers Eleded At June Dinner Meeting The regular dinneI" meeting of the Mason County Salon No. 508. Eight and Forty was held :Mon- day evening at the Memorial build- ing. Eighteen partners were pres- ent. A delicious dinner was serv- ed by hostesses Charlotte Gard- ner. Ann Campbell and Virginia Wal]in. Final reports of the year were made and the following officers elected: Le Petit Chapeau. Vir- ginia Wallin: Le Demi Petit Cha- peau Premiere. Hattie Backhmd; Le Demi Petit Chapeau Deuxime, Li]lian Norvold: L'Amnonier. Lu- cy Edmiston: LePetit Concierge, Ann Levin; L'Arehiviste. Merle Smith; Secretaire-Caissiere. Shir- ley Clinton. Delegates to the La Marche :in Yakima August 10-11 are Virginia Wallin. Beryle aubert. Mary Dob- son and Marie Brickert. Alter- nates are V[amie Earl. Hattie Backhmd. Charlotte Gardner and Merle Smit . Mary Dobson will act as Page to the Departmental Chapeau a. La Marche. Plans were made for a picnic to be held at the summer home of Mr. and Mrs. Claude Jackson at Allyn on July 8. [ Shelton General Hospital M'r and Mrs. Ted A. Witten- berg, 1112 Cots Stret a girl, June 5. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Addleman. HovdsporL a girl, June 12. Clinic Hospital Mr. and Mrs Laurence Manke, 224 East "B" Street. a girl June 6. IN POLICE COURT Appearing in Shelton Police Court Monday night before Judge Rolla Halbert were John F. Dal- lam. faulty eqnipment and no op- erator's license. $20 fine and $2.50 costs: Doris H. Derrick. drunl ano disorderly, $25 fine $2.50 costs; Doris H. Derrick. drunk and dis- orderly, 30 days in jail suspended, $2.50 costs: David Robertson faul- ty equipment $10. forfeit: Ray- mond DeMoss. faulty equipment. $10 forfeit: Dennis Jenscn. faulty equipment, $10 forfeit: Robert Sal- lee. no operator's license contin- ued: David Robertson. faulty equip- ment, $10 forfeit; Peter Peterson. violation safety responsibility act faulty equipment $100 fine, $2.50 costs: Joe L. Weston. reckless dri- ving, continued; Ronald Raymond. drunk in public, $10 forfeit: Lar- ry Chamberlin fatrlty equipment, $25 forfeit: William Morris. faulty equipment, continued; Clyde Land- saw, no arteriel stop, $10 forfeit; Shephen Monroe, unsafe passing, $10 forfeit. High .............. 10: Low High .............. Low _.__..------- 6: J- Low andaY, .............. 0:4, High ............ 7:4J Low ............. 1:3[ High ............ 7:0t Low MondaY, i High .............. 1:2, Low . ............. High .............. Low .............. Tuesday High .............. Low .............. High .............. Low High .............. Low High .............. Low High .............. Low High Low Look Kids PRIZES BY RED BALL JETS I st Drawing Friday, June 14, SPACE ROCKE GET COUPONS FOR DR The Bootery "A" grades during the second se- mester, it was announced last week. They included: seventh grade Neal Jubb, Linda Barrom, Debbi Maranville, Peggy Nelson, Pat Mc- Neil, Ann Connolly; eighth grade--- Ruth Trotzer, Ca'thy Luhm, Steve Looney; ninth grade Duane Fag- ergren and Robert Bryant. unusual offer can't hlst long. We've just listed this excellent ranch-slyte 3 bedrooIll holll(  ou Angleside, with firel)lacc, attached garage, wall-to- wall carpel at the very low price when you ,,. ste the ladder $63.50 monthly. The ,,w,,,,,. wJ,, _p clude all furnishings for $500 addi- tional. Belier i)e first today. A. Roy Dunn 426-6363. 6/13 one bcdrootll aparlment, downtown. $40 l)er lno. Call Kurt Mann, 426-65!)2; u/lo 125 ft. beach, approximately 1/ acres ciearcd. Three bedroom. "tltillry, at- rch |sea g; Ii0n 0 Id tached garage. See to appreciate. 426-3265. P 6/13 tfn WNE?i--blf calf. Phone 426-8871. G 6/]3 GA iN, om sped at !  t p dnt bu, ket, w y Lega blications It's our w,r of t Franchise Application No. 3290 tS, ;arages, base. NOTICE OF HEARING In the Matter of the Application of ngs on fln( ;t qua the Pacific Northwest Bell Telephone r. ] ,uy 2 g." Lions  Company, a corporation, for a fran- chise to operate and maintain an ex- aS] is thal for e tsttng telephone pole line upon a per- C the regular uprice. ti0n of Secondary State Highway No. Paints at 21-C, in Mason County, Wasifington WHEREAS. the Pacific Northwest ...buy *when you purchase a gallon of any "C and C'! Paints OFFER G01 IT'S HERE ,AGAIN, our special offer that happcns only once a yea ;gl for any old paint bucket, when you buy a gallon of any "C regular price*. It's our way of helping to dean away the old, unsightly from vacant lots, garages, basements,( etc., and at the same time give of genuine savings on finest quality paints, right at the beginning of No limit, either. Buy 2 gallons of "C and C" paints, and trade in and 3. All we ask is that for every old bucket you sell us, you buy 1 But hurry .... offer good Bell Telephone Company, a corpora- I STOCK UP NOW ON THESE AHD OTHER FINE "C & C" PA tion, has filed witL the Washington State Highway Commission, under the provisihns of Chapter 21, 1st extraord- inary session, Laws of 1961, and Chap- ter 13, Laws of 1961, an 'application for a franchise to operate and nmin- tain an existing telephone pole line upon a portion of Secondary State Highway No. 21-C in Mason County, Washington, for a period of twenty- five (25) years, at tia following lo- cations : NOW THEREFORE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN ' That a hearing lll be held on said :.'."- ' . a)phcatmn by he Wa % !i al ." "  . shlngton State 00!iiiiiiF ........... ,ignway commission at its office In the Highways.Licenses Building. iiilii ii!iill Ol00m,i00, 00ashlngto00 o. the 15th day of July, 1963, at 1:3(}' o'clock ].3g, or e:.;i!! a.q soon thereafter as hearing may be  i haa. DATED at Olympia. %Vahington, ii::iii!l  '-=--'-=-- :iiiil this 29th day Of May 1963. Ni--- W. A. UE ' . , ,< Director of Highways i@" 6/1320-27 3t :,NO. 260 NOTIC]E OF HEARING FINAL REPORT AND IETITION lt I) ....... ISTRIBUTION IN THE SUPERIOR C()URT OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON FOR ]IASON COUNTY In the Matter of the Estate of FLOR:NCE P. GUIN, Deceased. teem JO Gallangcr. Administratrix De Bonis Non With Will Annexed of said Estate. has filed with said Court her final rcport and petition for dis- tribution, askigg the Court to settle saia report, distribute the property to the persona thereto entitled and to discharge said Administratrix. Said report and petition will be heard on the ]2th day of July 1963 at 10 a.m. in the Courtroom of said Court. in Beginning at Primary Rtate High- way o.. 1 in Section 29, Township 23 North, Range 1 West W.M., pole line and aerial cMsle extends along the northerly sldc of Secondary State ltighwy No. 21-C in Sections 29, 3"0, 31 and ":% Townshln 23 North, Range 1 West,' W 11, eetion 6, Township 23 North" ia,,  w=* .v, j[ an" " =' "'*  "''"*' w. ., u m Section 1, Township 22 Nortlh Range 2 West W.l., to ap- proximately 600 feet west of Misio Creek; thence across to the outh side ot said Secondary State High- way *Ne. 21-C, uud continuing tong id outh gide apprximutely 587 teet to County Shol Road. the County Courthouse at Shelton Washington) DATED THIS llth day of June. 1963. LAURA M. WA CENER Ctcrk of tbe Superior Court ROBERT L. SNYDER Attorney at Law 125% N. 5th Shelton, Washington. 6/13-20-27 3t , II L ::**- *,'' BLISTER MASTER .;!;:!: !!! 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I BEAT UP BUCKET COUPOH -' . i good for nofhlng else except m m USE THE OOUPON If yOU plan tO painl inside  , ,': vAr chase a gallon of any  |i I or outside, or both, stock  ='--' 1 ,c & c- Paint at 1 i UU fAitAlk the regular prico (25c r' v up on "C and C" Painfs i I /"-,rOnli towards a quart.) May i I iB'/ ,- z.i be used on this basis IR HOW . . . for this offer | m=,,...j tot uo to 26 gallons, m | won'l be repeated tot an.  o'her /ear! OFFER 500D OHLY THROUGH IUHE 29, 1961 , i mmm sm" mi,,, m mmm m mm mWmm,,mmmmm mm m m mmmm mm m m m SH ELTON Mason Materials Co. & Park Streets