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PAGE 6 SHELTON--MASON COUNTY JOURNAL---Published in "Christmas town, U.g.A.", Shelton, Washington Use Journal Want us I Sun Brings Fishermen, Picnickers, LorrainepreventlonDemlerpromoterFire Swimmers To Lake Hahwatzel County ForestFestivalQueen, this II THE CHAMP # CONVERTIBLE DRIVE You can tell a lot from the slim, compact lines. Heft the rugged, die-cast construction and you know that the C-9 is a saw that will last. Check its speedy start, its balance, its smooth operation, and you&apos;ll agree it's one of the most impressive chain saws you've ever had a hand on. HAVE A FREE DEMONSTRATION Saeger's Motor Shop We On Hillcrest Service What We Sell LAKE NAHWATZEL -- With this delightful and enchanting weather we've been having this past week has brought out the tisheYmen, picnickers, water-skiers swimmers, and people who just enjoy relaxing and looking at the Lae and scenery. J. B. McClanahan of Shelton came out early last Sunday morn- ing and went fishing with Mr. Frank Cooper. Mr. MeClanahan caught his limit including a nice 15" trout. Some of the Lake residents en- joyed visits from friends. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrenee Hansen were vis- ited by Mr, and Mrs. M. E Paps- worth, Mr. and MrS. Dick Johnke and children, Mr. and Mrs.Ted Co- wan, all of Issaquah, and Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Lawson of Hoodsport last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Arcbie Kelley en- tertained their daughter and fam- ily, Mr. and Mrs. James Leggett and children of Hoquiam last Sun- day. COMING FROM Hoquiam last Sunday to visit Mr. and Mrs. Clif- ford Ford were Mr. and Mrs. Le- Roy Booth. Mrs. Ruth Jackson of Raymond visited the Fords. too. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Cook were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Springer last Saturday. Sunday :Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Thomas, Shelton, were visitors of the Springers. Dinner guests last Saturday eve- ning at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cooper were Mr. and Mrs. J. B. McClanahan. Mrs. Dale Mc- Clanahan and boys, Pat. Mike and Kevin. Also visiting the Coopers that day was Eddie Holmes of McChord Air Force Base. A Sunday dinner guest was Mrs. Cooper's son, Hans Mak of Seattle. SOME OF THE people took ad- vantage of the beautiful sunshine LOW COST HOHE LOANS NEW CONSTRUCTION -- REMODELING PURCHASE to have a picnic. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Diggle and family enjoyed a picnic hmch with Mr. and Mrs. Lud Rossmaier of Matlock. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Goodburn and fa- mily bf Shelton. Mr. and Mrs. Mer- land Goodburn and son of Shelton. A few of the Lake residents journeyed out of town, Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Hewson drove to Sun- nyside and visited with Mrs. Hew- son's sister. Mrs. William Aiken for a few days. Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. Archie Kelley and daughter, Betty visited Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Pearsall of E1- ma. The occasion was a birthday L:nner for Mr. Pearsall. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Springer, visiting the Tappers from Aurora, Ill., accompanied Mrs. AI Tapper to different locations this past week to see the sights and scen- ery. They enjoyed trips to Mt. Rainier, Westport, and a trip up the coast to the Hoh River and the Rain Forest, before returning home last Saturday. This Friday June 21st. the book- mobile will be parked at the Re- sort for the convenience of lake residents who wish to obtain hooks. It will be stopping around 10:15 a.m. Patrons may check cut a reasonable number of books which may be borrowed for two weeks and renewed for one loan period. Harold C. l00oore Called By Death Harold Clinton Moore, Sr.. died June 14 in the Shelton General Hospital. He was born in Corvalis Oregon on January 19. 1897 and resided at 1511 Ridge Road, Shel- ton. The funeral was held at 2 p.m. Monday, June 17, at the Batstone Funeral Home with Rev. Carl Carlsen officiating. Interment was in the Veterans' Cemetery. Survivors include his wife Phyl- lis. Shelton; four sons: Harold Moore. Shelton, Lyle of McCleary, Jack of Arovitle. Wash., and Jer- ry Moore; a stepson. Robert De- Rochier of Monmouth. Ore.: three stepdaughters: Mrs. Barbara Ha- hey, Shelton; Mrs. Willie Quinn, 6% On Reducing Balances  No Commission Shelton, and Mrs. Betty Holbert, i Loomis, Wash. Charges Other survivor--.e his four brothers: Sydney Moore, Tacoma; ly S gs g Lo Sterling Moore, Priest River, Ida.; Mason Ooun avin an Association Earl Moore, Vancouver, wash, TITLE INSURANCE BUILDING and Ernest Moore, Ore.; and two SHELTON sisters: Mrs. Eva Armstrong, Ton- asket, Wash., and Mrs. Millie Watts of Lincoln, Wash. Lorraine Demler, 1960 Mason summer will promote fire preven- tion among visitors in Mason County forests. Her appointment as publicity representative of the Mason Coun- ty Forest Festival Assn. was an- nounced by President Clive Troy. Miss Demler, who held the job two years ago, will visit estab- lished camps and State parks lo- cated in Mason County to remind visitors to be careful with fires. "This method of reaching the people who are using the forests has proved very effective and we are very pleased to have Lorraine on the job again," said Troy. This program was not carrier on last year because of insuffi- cient funds. Troy explained. Maude Johnson Passes At 81 Mrs. Maude Johnson, a former Shelton resident, passed away on June 7, 1963 in a hospital in Or- ange County, California on her 81st birthday. The funeral was held in Garden Grove, Calif. on Monday, June 10. Mrs. Johnson was a member of the William Stewart family, who came to Shelton in the early 1890's. Her husband was former- ly engaged in the automobile bus- iness in Shelton and has recentIy retired from real estate business in California. Survivors include her husband, Wallace; her sons, Paul, Beryl and Fletcher; a daughter, Gloria; a sister. Mrs. Betty Baumgartner of Bremerton and many grandchil- dren, nephews and nieces. POLICE COURT Appearing in . Shelton Police Court Monday night before Judge Rolla Halbert were Harold F. Al- len, violation of Safety Responm- bility Act and faulty equipment, $100 fine, 30 days in jail, suspend- ed; Joe L. Weston, reckless driv- ing reduced to negligent driving, $60 fine and costs; A 11 en Bell, third degree assault. 20 days in jail, suspended, court costs; Doris Derrick. drunk and disor- derly, fined 30 days in jail; Ar- thur King, drunk in public, $10 forfeit; Raymond Derrick. drunk in public, $10 forfeit; Richard La- Fond, drunk in public, $10 forfeit; Vernon Farrell drunk in public, $10 forfeit; Elmer McBride, drunk in public, $10 forfeit; Lillian Ca- gey, no drivers license and driv- ing without adequate glasses, $56 forfeit and Albert Strate, speed- ing, $12 forfeit. The Seafirst Banker is making all types of Ify0u're thinking of buying a new or older home, building a new home, or remodeling your present home, the Seafirst Banker iS the man for you to see. He's making all types of Home Loans - GI and FHA (with up to 30-year maturities), Conventional, and New Construction, and all types of Home Improvement Loans. So, whatever your home plans - buying, building, or remodeling - talk them over with )/ou'/e a/ways wecome at:..  your Seafirst Banker. He has the facts on all types of Home Loans. M EM BER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANOE QORPORATIONI 'SERVING WASHINGTON STATEWlDE THROUGH "104 SEAFIRS'r BANKINO OFFICES B  BRANGH-I.AWJENCE A. CARLSON, MGR,-Sth and Franklin-Ph0n HAffion ._82i} GOLF CLUB CALENDAR GRAY TEAM CAPTURES 19th HOLE CItAMPIONSHIP Never far off the pace from the very beginning, Jack Gray's team finished strong with an 8-out-of-12 performance last week to climb over the Oliver Kelly club on the final day of play and win the 1963 19th Hole Club team golf cham- pionship. Kelly's clouters, holders of the top rung for the previous two weeks, suffered a 4-for-12 record on the closing competition to let the title slip away. They had to go to a fourth de- cimal point to decide third place, with the L. L. McInelly squad, finishing fast in recent weeks, sha- ding the Bud Knutzens by the skinny margin of .53968 to .53906. The McInellys had a near-per:ect 9-for-10 finale compared to the Sehmldt ...... .;....8/8 Walker ............ 5/10 62/130 .477 Price . ............... 5/8 57/128 .445 McComb ............ 2/12 47/124 .379 GRAY 8 Jack Gray 0. Bill Francis 2, Laurie Carlson 0. Polly Parrett 2, Bill Gott St. 2, Gene Hanson 2. KELLY 4 Ollie Kelly 2, Dick Yeager 0. Clint Willom' 0. Andy Tuson 2. Larry Larson 0. Dr. Link- letter 0. Bob Wuench 0. IIcINELLY 9 -- Oliver Ashford 2. Bean Daniels 2, Clyde Coots 2, Gary Nicloy 1. Don Johnson 2. KNUTZEN 8 Bud Knutzen 2. Joe Holt 1. Rocky Hemhroff 2. Bob Miller 2. Walt Snelgrove 0, Jim Pauley 1 THOMPSON 4 - - Jerry Thomp- son 0. Heinie Hilderman 1. Purl Jemison 0. Glen Fcrguson 1. Ivan Myers 0. Jud Holloway 2. SCHMIDT 8 --- Tony Nelson 2. Ray Rice 2, St.eve Hale 2. Ken Broughton 2. FAUBERT 1 Ed Faubert 0, Frank Travis Jr. 0. Lloyd Van Blarieom 0. Frank Heuston 1. Walker 5 - Ray W'alker 1. Jim Fletcher 2. Fred Stuller 0. Jim PLAN T ATTEND Morrissey 0. Arn Cheney Sr. 2. Knutzens8-for-12. PREMi So this is how they finished: Beckwith 1, Bud Paulcj, 2, Harry week season pet. Cole 2. Gray .................. 8/1 64/110 .582 McCOMB 2 --- Phil Bayley 0, Bob Olson 0, Jack Kimbel'0, Pop Nelly .................. 4/15 67/124 .540 Halbert 2, Ralph Stevens 0, Bill McInelly ............ 9/10 .5009 .ickie o. ' OF IT'S NEW Nnutzen ............ 8/12 69/128 .539 Winning again in the final mateh, Thompson ........ 4/12 48/94 ,511 Oliver Ashford maintained his un- 35/72 .486 defeated status and won the indi- vidual scoring championship of the From 1:30 to 7:30 in the afte 19th Hole League with a record of 21 of a possible 22 points during the ll-week schedule. Only a draw in the early going marred an otherwise perfect reeord. Sonny Lowe and Lloyd Van Blaricom were others in the un- beaten ranks with respective 13-of- 14 and 11-of-12 records. Thirty- three players had marks over .500 whole family. There'll be gifts, freshments for everyone. This 22. JUNE Karl E. Pfahler Claimed By Death Karl E, Pfahler passed away at his home at Route 1, Box 29, Shelton, on Saturday, June 15. He was born on August 31. 1890 m Myersdale, Pennsylvania and came to Shelton in 1913. Services were held at 1 p.m., Wednesday, June 19 at the Bat- Stone Funeral Home with Rever- end Carl Carlsen officiating. Cre- mation followed the funeral ser- vices. Survivors include his wife. Ed- na J. Pfahler of Shelton: a daugh- ter, Karlene Dana of San Pedro. California; a step daughter, Le- Retta Keyzers and 10 grandchil- dren. in this year's play. They are: Points Pc.t Oliver Ashford ............ 21/22 .955 Sonny Lowe ................ 13/14 .929 Lloyd Van Blaricom .... 11/12 .917 Bill Gott Sr ................. 10/12 .833 Ken Broughton ............ 8/10 .800 Bill Batstone ................ 8/10 .800 Bean Daniels ................ 17/22 .773 Jim Pauley .................... 15/20 .750 Andy Tuson .................. 14/20 .700 Ray Rice ........................ 11/16 .687 Frank Heuston ............ 12/18 .667 Pop Halbert ............... 12/18 .667 Ivan Myers .................... 13/20 .650 Walt Snelgrove ............ 13/20 .650 Ray Walker _ ................. 9/14 .643 Bill Francis .................. 9/14 .643 Bob Turner .................... 10/16 .625 Fred Stuller 12/20 .600 Oliver Kelly --:::::::::i:ii:::]3/22 ,591 Steve Hale ................... 8/14 .571 Dr. Ltnklettcr. ............... 9/16 .563 9' ' * FREE DRAWl Capital Savings and Loan invites all i in Shelton to take part in its bration. You may be the proud winner of 1847 Rogers Bros. International pany tea and coffee services. . three visitors to our open house, piece set, another a 5-piece set and and coffee service set. All you have Bob Wuench ................ 9/16 .563 sign your lmme. The winlmrs will Ernestine Waldrip 00ert Hoard .................. 10/18 .555 lle'd By D Bob Millet. .................... 10/18 .555 July 3. Ca eath Purl Jemison ................ 12/22 .546 Mrs. W.J. (Ernestin) Waldrip, Jack Gray .................... 12/22 .546 J0i  |[IAp='al 81, of Route 1, Box 244, Shelton, Guy Beckwith .............. 12/22 .546 O died Saturday at her home. Born Phil Bayley ................... 9/18 .500 fl S October 18, 1887 in Coupeville, Harry Cole .................... 11/22 .500 Washington, she moved to Allyn Art Bennett ............... .--'<', ,00 SILVER McComb .......................... 9/18 .500 in 1902 and to Oyster Bay near MeInclly ......... 7/14 .500 Shelton in 1911. Heinie Hilderman ....... 7/14 .500 She was the daughter of the late William and Flora Engle, pioneers of Whidbey Island. Her mother came to the Northwest as part ot the second group of the famous Mercer girls. Services were held Wednesday at the Mills and Mills Funeral Homo 'i OlympiW. She is survived by her hus- band, who is the owner of the Waldrip Oyster Company on Oys- ter Bay. Other survivors include many nieces and nephews in the Northwest. Lulu Cleveland Called Bv Death Lulu A. 'Cleveland, Allyn, pass- ed way at the Shelton General Hospital June 12. Mrs. Cleveland had been a resident of the com- munity the past 57 years. She was born August 16; 1872 in Illinois. The funeral was held at 1 p.m. last Friday at the Batstone Fun- PAULEY-LARSON WINNER IN TEAM CAPTAIN EVENT Jim Pauley and Larry Larson are the 1963 Team Captain's tro- phy winners of the Shelton-ay- shore Golf Club. They bested Buck Price and Gene Hanson 3-and-1. in the finals of the tournament last week. end- ing the matcll on the 17th hole. The winners buitt a 5-hoie margin on the first round as Larson shot a 42. but it shrank to 2-up twice on the second round. Pauley squel- ched tbe last serious challenge by the losers when he sank a 20-foot putt on the sixth hole. WOMEN KEEP BUSY Three activities in the past week have kept the women's division of the Shelton Golf Club jumping. This week's ladies' day event was a bingo-bango-bongo event in which Nita Kimbel won the ball for players wiLh the highest number of points. I,ast week's event was substi- eral Home With Rev. Eu ge n e tution of par for the three worst Knautz officiating. Burial was in holes at 85 percent handicap with Vaughn cemetery. Ruth Heuston the winner. Survivors i nclu d e f o u r sons, Between the two the girls via- Lloyd. Walla Walla, Anson, Shel- ited Olympia Golf and Country ton. Harold and Etton of Allyn; Club for an infer-club eompe- two daughters, Vera Izett, Allyn, and Nita Bariekman, Shelton ; three sisters. Edna Lowder, Tex- as, Jessie Blatchford and Grace Coulson, both of Kansas; 15 grand- children and 38 great grandchil- dren. BELFAIR JUSTICE COURT Appearing in Belfair Ju s Lice Court before Judge Harry Still- well last Week were Betty A. Carols, Bremerton, drunk in pub- lic, $10 forfeit and LeRoy E. Beeehwood, Tacoma. driving white under the influence, $150 fine, $100 suspended and $7.50 costs. Lovely "Radiant Lady" Pattern bY national Silver Co. You may receive your choice piece place setting of "Radiant ternational's lovely stainless "Tradewinds" FREE. Simply open a new savings '= Capital of $100 or more, or, add present ,account. You'll receive tern free. Then, each subsec you have to do is add $25 to your ings account, and another 5- of your choice is yours for just value. Plan now to get at least e: tings. NOTICE. Because,of its limit this offer to just one per family. * Live, Music o tition in which Ruth Heuston had low gross, Mac Munro low net, Virginia Baylcy closest-to-the-pin. DANCE THIS SATURI)AY The $3.98 June special dance is scheduled this Saturday nigit for members of the Shelton-Bayshore Golf Club and their guests, both in-town and out-of-town, in the Bayshore clubhouse. The Fred Keeton orchestra will supply live music. Committee members are the Jim McCombs. A1 M||nros. Joc Holts. Rocky Hem- broffs Jim Bariekmans and Bill Carlsons. USED CARS 1960 FORD FALCON ........................ $119'5 4 dr, std, trans; 1959 OPEL Sta/Wagon ............... : .......... $795 1958 FORD Sta. Wagon ........................ $845 4 dr. 1957 DODGE .......................................... $795 Custom Royal 4 dr. | 1956 CHEV ............................................. $595 6 -4dr. 1955 MERCURY 9 Pass. 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