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NEW ANn USED RTS Hullo& To Retire From Rayonor Mi// The August 1 retirement of Che- stel* T "Chet" Mulledy, veteran pulp mill superintendent for Ray- onier's Port Angeles Division was announced here today by resident manager John B. Gray. Mulledy's retirement will bring to a close a distinguished 33-year company ca-- reer. which spans the entire ope- rational history of the Port Ange- les mill. Gray said. A 'WASIIINGI"ON State gradu- ate, Mulledy came to Port Aneles in 3928 to manage the Elk Drug Company. He joined Rayoniel i then tbe Olympic Forest Pro- ducts Company) as an analytical chemist when the mill first began operation in 1930. Promotion to pulp mill shift superintendent fol- lowed in 1931 and he then advan- ced through the supervisory ranks to pulp mill superintendent, a po- sition he has held since 1940. According to Gray, Mulledy's position will be filled by Frank Hawks, formerly with Rayonier's Shelton Division and, for the past several years, associated with the company's southeast operations. The Mulledy's have no long range retirement plans at this time. However. since he is a registered pharmacist. Mulledy has indicated he might at some future time re- sume some activity in that field. Marilyn Hughes Goes To Festival Of Queens Forest Festival Queen Marilyn Hughes will represent the com- munity Sunday at the Festival of Queens, which will be held at the Century 21 Center. Seattle. Along with dozens of queens from all over the State, Miss Hughes will dedicate Washington Festival Square, which is being contributed to the communities of Lhe State for their use. Other activities include official pictnres, a monorail trip, police escort into the grounds, tours, lun- cheon and a visit to the Space Needle. Miss Alma Burke. will accom- pany Queen Marilyn. CITIZENSHIP COURSE Mrs. Kate Lovgreen, at. 1. Box 189, Shelton. has completed the Citizenship classes sponsored in Seattle by the Americanization Bureau m preparation for her cit- izenship examination. The classes were held once a week for 10 weeks in the YMCA building in Se- attle. GETS SCOUT AWARD--Joe Snyder, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Snyder; Shelton, is presented with the St'out God and Country Award by Rev. Robert Rings of the Shelton First Methodist Church at service June 9. This is one of the highest wards in Scouting and is presented by the Scout's church. ATltLETE'R FOOT GERM HOW TO KILL IT. IN 3 DAYS. if not pleased witi strmg, instanl-dry- ink T-4-L. yolll' 48(' back at any drug store. Watch infected skin slotlgh Off'. Watch healthy skin replace it Itch and burning are gone, TODAY at Pz'epp's Roxall Dl'ugs. BEALL'S AUTO REPAIR Belfair's lngid Erben Weds William Cloud in West Seattle HOBILE REBUILDING By Carolyn Freelin BELFAIR Miss Ingrid Erben, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Edward Erben. became the bride of Mr. William Cloud Saturday, June 15 at the Glendale Luther- an church in West Seattle. The bride carried a sheath of pink summer roses; her pink and yellow color scheme was carried out in the yellow bouquets of ros- es he,' attendants carried and by the arrangements of roses in the church sanctuary. Focal point of the reception in the parlor was a Maltese Cross wedding cake dec- crated with yellow roses. The new Mrs Cloud was a sixth grade teacher at Belfair school. She graduated in education from the University of Washington, and also attended Whitman College in Walla Walla. Her t,usband will be a senior at the University of Washington, where he is studying political science. The couple will live in Seattle. and Mrs. Cloud will continue teaching sixth grade, this year in the Highline district AMONG THOSE receiving the coveted sheepskin at the Univer- sity of Washington's graduation ceremonies June 15 was James Harstad, who received the Bachel- or of Arts degree in English and his provisional teaching certificate. His parents are Mr. and Mrs. \\;Vm. A. Harstad of the old Belfair high- way. A summer hill of nnlsic will be- gin next weak for Jotm Stokes, son ef Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Stokes of 'the South Shore. John leaves tomorrow by bus for Toronto and the Advanced School of Contem- porary Music at the University of Tch'onto. He has been studying mu- FREE ESTIMATES 25 Years In Same Location 35 Years Experience Block West 0f Hil way 101 sic-at Olympic College, and is at- tending this summer session with a scholarship from Oscar Peter- son. Mr. and ][rs. Ford ,V. Fix of Aberdeen and summer residents of the iNorth Simre have annotmced the marriage of their daughter, Joyce Carol. to Mr. "V. Lockwood Haight April 6 in Palm Sprhlgs, Calif. Miss F.x was a stewardess with United Airlines until her mar- riage. The junior ano semor high youth groups of the Belfair Community Baptist Church started their SUhl- met sessions off with a baseball game Tuesday evening at Belfair State Park before their regular meeting and devotions session. Anyone interested in joining the youth fellowship groups can find their next meeting place and time by calling My. James Wilson or Rev. Milton L Cite. TIlE BELFAIil Community Baptist Church's Vacation Bible School will wind up their week of classes this Sunday with a picnic in conjuLetion with the church nienie at the Ted Blair borne in Tahuya. Mr. and Mrs. Carl R. Mattus and Carol and Nancy and Mr. Walter Scott opened their North Slmre home last Sunday to a group of friends and relatives for a lawn- beach party to celebrate Nancy's graduation as salutatorian t'om North Mason High School. Among the guests were Mr. and Mrs. Gun- nar Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. Sun- dius Johnson. Mrs. Aina Ander- son. Mr. and Mrs, Ralph Little, Iir. and Mrs. Ralph Scott and family, Mr. and Mrs. \\;Valter Scott, Jr., and family, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hendry and Brian. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Anderson and Mark. Mr. and Mrs. George Nichols and familg, Mr. and Ms Dick Speidel and family, Mrs. Ellizabeth Nickell. Emily and Jeannene Gire. Melin- da Merrill. Suzy Wring, and .Air. and Mrs. Reinholt Ketterling. Mr. and Mrs. Gone Roessel and daughter Jeannie drove np trein Springfield, Ore. to spend a week- end with heir parents of Belfair and Bremerton. Gene's mother is Mrs. Erma Roessel of Belfair, and hers are the Itoward Moores. MR. AND MRS. TOM Driscoll and family of Port Gamble visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wil- liam Cummings, last weekend. A highligbt of their stay was a boat trip up the Canal. Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Stokes en- tertained their son Gale and his family this weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Gale Stokes and their daughters Debbie, Celeste and Kerin were here to mmounce their change of address from Spokane to Hoquiam. Gale is a State Trooper and has been transferred to the Pacific Beach patrol, The State Convention of Grang- es met last week. June 10-14 in Port Angeles. Attending from here were Mr. and Mrs. Hank Har- per, representing the Twanoh Grange 1118, and Mr. and Mrs. Marion, Newkirk, also of the Two- rich Grange. Mr. Newkirk Is a state research deputy. They found the week a busy one; a talent show. receptions, degree work, in- stallation and memorial service were highlights of the convention. and during its course nearly 100 resolutions were passed to be sent to the state legislature. Over 600 voting delegates from Washington Granges attended the session, and guests and visitors boosted the total attendance to well above 2500. Of the 10 Mason County Granges, seven were represented there. "- The warm weather lms brought many familiar faces back to the Canal as the summer residents ar- rive. Both Belfair and Twanoh State Parks have been filled to caoacity. With the warm weather comes danger of fires, however Camoers and residents alike are reminded of this danger and how to prevent fires: burnln m re- stricted to below the high tide mark on the canal and a three HOODSPORT phone 877-5284 i i i 'Former Shelton It's A Date Men Advance At Rayonier The promotion of Henry V. Charnell to the position of as- sistant resident manager for Ray- eater's Port Angeles Division was announced in New York today by George E. Scofield, general man- ager of cellulose operations for the company. Charnell will assume his new duties on July 1st. suc- ceeding John Hooper who has been appointed assistant resident man- ager for Rayonier's Fernandina Division in Florida. A 32-year Rayonier veteran, Charnell joined the firm's Shel- ton Division after graduation from the University of Washington in 1931. He transferred to the Port Angeles Division in 4935 where he has served in a number of teeh- nical and supervisory capacities, since 1955 as technical department superintendent. A NITMBER of other changes involving key personnel in this di- vision were sintultaneously an- nouned in Port Angeles by resi- dent manager John B. Gray. In a series of in-plant promotions, Conrad E. Dyar will be advanced from assistant technical depart- ment superintendent to fill Char- nell's position. Another Rayonier veteran, Dyar joined the company in 1935 at Shelton. He transfer- red to the Port Angeles Division in 1940 where he has held a num- ber of supervisory positions. Gilbert T. Mickel will move from shift superintendent to fill the assistant technical department superintendent's position and John Vollendorf will be advanced from chemist to shift superintendent in the new assignments being made, Gray said. All promotions will be effective on July 1, Gray went on to say, CMDR. WISS VISITS Navy Cqndr. Donald H. Wiss, 46, and family completed a 15-day vis- it with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Lantz Wiss, Shelton, recently. Cmdr. Wiss. a 22-year veteran in the Navy, will be stationed for the next two years at Corpus Cris- ti Tex. He has beea stationed in Alameda, Calif. The only GI Insnranee still be- ing issued by the Veterans Admin- istration is to veteran with a ser- vice-connected disability. Journal Want Ads Pav Today, Thursday, June 20 Past Matrons of OES, pothlck hmcheon. 12:30, home of Mrs. Flo- rence Taylor. Port connnission meeting', 8:00 p.m., conrthouse. Rotary Clnb luncheon, noon, Ming Tree Cafe. Navy Mother's Club. 8 p.m., Me- morial Hall, Friday, Jnne 21 Canal Court Amaranth rum- mage sale 9:30 a.m.. PUD build- inK. Georgine Reed Chapter of Or- thopedic picnic, 1 p.m., Mrs. Roy McConkey's home, Saturday, autse 22 F.O.E. card party, 8 p.m., air- port hall. Saity Sashayers' square dance. 8:30 p.m.. Memorial Hall. Drivers' license examiner, 10 a.m. - 5 p.m., police station. , Sunday, June 23 Shelton churches invite you to attend the ctnu'ch of your choice. American Legion junior base- ball SheRon vs. Burien, 1:00 p.m., Loop Field, two games. Monday, Jmm 24 Royal Neighbors, 7:30 p.nt., Me- morial Hall. Social Club of Canal Court Am- aranth, home of Mrs. Erna Mar- tin. County commission's meeting, 10 a.m., courthouse. Tuesday, Jnne 25 Dirt Dobbers Garden Club. pot- luck luncheon, 1 p.m., home of Mrs. Helen Baker. Kiwanis Club luncheon, noon, Memorial Hall. City commission meeting, 8 p. m.. city hall. Salvation Army truck, phone 426-6564 or leave at 325 North 5th Street. Wednesday, June 26 Drivers' license examiner, 10 a. m. to 5 p.m., police station. Thursday, June 27 Golden Age Club potluck din- ner. 6 p.m., Memorial Hall. American Legion junior base- ball, Shelton vs. Hoquiam 6:00 p.m., Loop Field. Don't Miss the Fun and Entertainment of Television Last Name Ends In E TAYLOR RADIO ELEI)TRIG 4th & Cola 426-6602 .. NEW... LAWN-BOY FINGER tip START JUST TOUCH AND MOW : .<,:,: : :"::i : .:,. + < :!:: iiii::i:'ii00i:ir:i00! i::.; i: -?. (:" :: " 5" t Lightest weight Magnalite Housing cuts mower weight. Quietest mowing Oversize muffler reduces noise. Safest operation Exceeds ASA standards, Highest powered Super-powered for smoother mowing. Easiest lawn care Vacuum sweeps leaves and clippings into the bag. In Shod.., LAWN-BOY is the mowingest mower on the market! 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U, ltP chase.c & & C"gallnpaintot anYat .3B lm UUn l" n | flare up davs late,-when least ex- ur uutside, or both, stock d'G.lA,itrl. tha ro,ular prlee (25 -r'n---- S L,-- , r3ected. And most important--all gp 011 "'C an C" Paifl|s it/d[//rel|l[|J,.. ,'.a towardSba used a quart.)on this basisMay ii I rO-ll[la--tlC buruing can be done only with a IOW , . [or Ihis offer =,_11 tor uu to 26 0atno.s. i : hermit--so if you want to have beach fires be sure to first con- tact your fire warden. FERRY RECEIPTS Harstine Island Ferry receipts for the week endinff June 15 wcre $306. the Mason County Engineer's Office reported this week. The Veterans Admintstration provides hospital care daily for an average of 114,000 veterans. won'l be repealed for an- ther year? SHELTON Mason Materials Co. 7th & Park Streets PAiflT$