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"" _. PACE 2 I-TELTON--MASON COUNTY JOURNAL .... Published in "Ch.ristmastown, U.g.A.", helton. Washington -- Thursday, Low Tides Beckon Hoodsport- Potlatch Residents To Beach Lake Cushman have been enjoying beaches. Many others traveled to .ocean beaches to tit for the elus- ive razor clam. The Russ Vigers and A1 Johnson families were out goeducking on Skokomish flats. Mr. and Mrs. Cqa rence Hicks and Rosie Smith joined the Hicks' daughter and husband, the Nell North's of Seattle at Fort Flag- let State Park on Marrowstone Is- land for a weekend of boating, clamming and rock hunting. THE GENE Spauldings wlm are getting famous for their "Move to Washington influence on their California friends", had a series of visitors and of course ran such a glorious sightseeing tour that one family will soon be Mason County residents. Their first visi- tors were former neighbors from San Diego, Mr. and Mrs. George Behrens. After their three day vis- it, the Herb Barnes and son Jim. 'also of San Diego, spent several days here fishing and sightseeing before continuing on a vacation in- to Canada. Saturday Mrs. Thelma Wozniak and daughter Pare, and Sandy Stewart. of Seattle visited the Spauldings. The week was climax- ed with an afternoon of clam dig- ging with their neighbors, the Matt VanLaanen's, and a neigh- borhood picnic. The Tom Matye family has been enjoying a visit from Ann's sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Toms and six children from In- dependence.Mo. The two families traveled to the ocean beach, tried their hand at water skiing and fishing in the canal. ELAINE ESSEX and sons, Bill and Randy arrived MondalY from Los Angeles, for a two week visit with her mother, Mrs. Claire Bear- den. Sloven and Nicky Chard, of Se- attle, are spending the summer with grandparents, Mr. and M's. Fred Johnson The Robert Smith family and Bobble Lee traveled to Ocean Shores on a sightseeing trip but the George Yocums and the Wes- ley Gain families went to the oc- ean on Monday to dig clams. The newlyweds, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gray, entertained Barba- ra's parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Hayes, Beaverton, Ore.. this week- end. The John Denisons have return- ed frofl a two week campi trip - to Sun Lakes State Park in East- ern Washington. POSTMASTERS BELLE Larson of Potlatch, and Betty Goodpaster of Hoodsport announce the new code numbering system to be used beginning J!Y 1. This ZIP hUm- bler is to be used in all return ad- dresses. In the address of a letter it is to follow in the same line of Washington or the name of the state. The ZIP code number for Potlatch is 98574. The Hoods- port ZIP number is 98548. For fur- ther information contact your post office. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Crumb and family have returned from a earn- ping trip in Central Oregon. On their way south. Mrs. Bertha Can Save You Tax Moneyf Are you claiming all drug de. ductlons to which you are entltled Thousands of itemJ can be' listed. DrugTax--available ree to our customers--furnlshes you an am- nual record. Come in today and ask about DrugTax. It's furee. Start =aving tax money| PREPP'S Rexa]l Slere : ; Phone 426-4642 Gets em fresh at Westport Copyright 1962 a visit from their daughter Jan- et anti family, Mr. and ]Irs. Gary Wilson. The Wilson's have been stationed in Great Falls. Mont., where he is employed in the Boe- ing Minute Man missile program. Following their three week visit here. the Wilsons will be stationeo in South Dakota. Slmday Mr. and Mrs. roodrow Wilson of Eaton- vflle visited in the Cole home and Janet and baby daughter returned to their home for a week's visit. Jan and Bobble Robesson, ot Tacoma are staying at the Lee Cole home this week while their parents, the Bob Robertsons are on a trip to Hawaii to see the Ta- coma Giants play ball. Mr, Robert. son is sports director for KINT and is sports announcer for the games. HOWARD T, Christensen and son Andy, of Sedona Ariz., ann Co!een Christensen. of Tempe, Ar- izona are staying- all summer in the home of his mother, Mrs. Es- ther Christensen. Mrs. Charles Nites has traveled to California to visit her husband who has undergone surgery in the Veteran's hospital there. Groer "Pop" Gray traveled with his daughter and family, the John Spencers to Otwell, Ind., to visit his brothers and their fam- ilies. The John Spencers are trav- eling to Texas after a visit here with relatives. They arrived here from Pedro Bay, Xlaska. to attend the early June wedding of Faith's brother Frank Gray to Barbara Hays. THE YOUNG PEOPLE's group of the Hood Canal Community church joined the Shelton Baptist Young People at a picnic at Pion- eer Park on Spencer Lake last Friday evening. Joyce Scott spet a .day in Olympia visiting in the Richard Scott home. Neighbors are expectantly watching the progress of the lov- ely Potlatch home being built by Mr. and Mrs. Nell Simmons. In- side finishing is getting a start this week as the plasterers come on the. job. MR, AND 1VHS, JIM Vickers and four children of Vancouver, Wash.. spent three days visiting the Sam Astleys. Thursday Sam is leaving for the Grand Chapter of the Order of Eastern Star, rep- resenting the Elinor Chapter of Union, of which Sam is Worthy Patron. Many Hoodsport and Potlatch membdrs attended the social club of the Amaranth at the Triton Head home of Mrs. Fred Martin on Monday. afternoon, "Pwenty hembers attended .and one guest. Mr. and Mrs. John Watkins, Mr. and Mrs. Max Schmidt and Roy Meeks spent a day traveling to Hurricane Ridge. CARL UESKE, son of :Mr. and Mrs. Bill Lieske, former Hoods- port residents, now of Mossyrock, is staying in Hoodsport while wet- "king for Simpson Timber Co. in Shelton. 'Irs, Jeanette Berger, traveled from her Oregon home Io visit the Dick Addleman's, During her visit Mrs. Blanche Calahan, Elea- nor and Jeannette spent a day at Ocean Shores. Miss Judy Shumate is home from her shdies at St. Joseph's hospital in Tacoma for a month's vacation. Part of her time will be spent working in St. -Peters hos- pital in. Oiympia as a nurse's aide, A SURPRISE  housewarming was held for Mrs. Jenny JacobSen as a welcome back to Potlatch by :her many f.iends here. Mrs. Anna Johnson and "MRS. Mamie Kaare were hostesses for the - ternoon panty. Her daughters, Mrs. Jim Jarvs and Mrs. Ken Simons also: helped entertain the 19 guests. The group joined in presenting Mrs. Jacobsen with a money tree. The afternoon as spent playing cards followed by refreshments. A family reunion of six sisters is being enjoyed by Mrs. Evelyn Nicho!spn nd Mrs Henry Kor- zeniowski, of Lilliwaup who were joined by their four sisters from the Est, and South, Gathering here for the reunion is Mrs. Dolly McAnelly and son Mike, of Mar- i0n ill., Mrs. Rasom Prealey, of Wellsville, Me., Mrs. lyde Pres- Icy, of Villa Park, Ill., and, Mr. an d Mrs. reeman Darris, of I:ald- win Park, Calif. WEEKEND VISITORS at the I ! Downtown over ook,ng the picturesque waterfront... near f|nest shops, financial and business districts. Deluxe accommodations wlth telephone and IV. Finest food in Coffee House and unique Bavarian Beer Stube with lively folk music. Parking on premises. Another affiliation of Lamplighter h%tor Inns - Write, wire or call for Reservations. TWX 206-998-0547 4-Hers Meet At $outhside cussed the sld: for 4-H Camp an also what they would do at Camp. Tom TOtZEr, Leslie Snyder and Chuck Sheppard are having a meeting for a skit for the Masm County 4-H Camp at Panhandle July 8 the Thunderbirds are go- ing out to Panhandle to rate th( grounds, have a picnic and go fish ing, reported Chuck. MR. AND MRS. FRED Stuck of Cole road and Mr .and Mrs Merle Holloway Saturday evening attended the double wedding in Hoquiam of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Stack's son Carrel Stuck to Ju- dy Davenport and daughter Vir.- ginia Stuck to Dave Pratt o Aberdeen. After the wedding cof- fee and a cake with a double bride and groom were served for re- freshments and the newly weds re eeived lovely gifts. Linda Kratcha spent two weeks visiting Mr. and Mrs. Doug Per- eine and daughter of Packwood Southside Eagles 4-H Club mem- bers met at Mrs. Ray Bracys on Iune 14. and discussed Camp at Panhandle and their theme fos their cabin at camp. They also discussed getting ready for the Mason County Fair. The club members all enjoyed going swim- ming in the creek at Ernie Swig- ers after the meeting, and all en- joyed having a picnic at Mrs. Bra- eys after the swimming party. All lub members attended except one, .nd had one visi,tor. The next meeting will be held this Thurs- ,day, June 27. 1SiTORS OF MR. AND MRS. Carl Emsley and Mr. and Mrs. ill Neal and family this week are r. a.nd Mrs, Donald Likes of :Moab, tah. Southside Grange Auxiliary that .meets on the first Thursday ot the month, has been postponed on account of the July 4 holiday. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Emsley ann Mr. and Mrs. Donald Likes Mon- day visited Mr. and Mrs. Carl Alfredson of Oakville. Last Tuesday evening, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Kratcha and Susan visited Mr. and Mrs. Ray Kratcha and Janice. Susan Kratcha is spending this week visiting Mr. and Mrs. Doug PezTine an ddaughter of Pack- wood. JETTE-DITTMAN WEDDING HELD IN MASSACHUSETTS Nancy Jette became the wife of Pfc. Rodney Dittman April 24. The couple spent four days traveling in the White Mountains and Lake regions of New Hampshire. Dittman is now stationed in Europe and his wife is living in New Hampshire. Nancy Rita Jette, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roland R. Jette of Lebanon, New Hampshire, married Rodney Carl Dittman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul W. Dittman of Shel- ton, April 24. The double ring ceremony took place in the Army Chapel in Fort Devens. Mass., and was performed by Father Michael DiPietro. The bride, wearing a street- length sheath of white banlon lace over taffeta and carryin - a cas- cade of white carnations, was es- corted up the aisle by her father. Her veil was attached to a crown of white nylon and pearls. The maid of honor. Miss Barb- ara tangle of Manchester. New Hampshire, wore a pink street- length dress with pale pink ac- cessories. Corporal Stanley Mor- gan of Fairbanks, Alaska, was best man. Immediately following the cere- mony, a receution for the family and close friends was held at the Buttercup Hill Steak House in Lunenburg, Mass. The couple left for its wedding trip with the bride wearing a brom and tan linen suit with pink accessorial. The bride, who graduated from Lebanon Senior High School in 1961 and attended Plymouth Tea- chers' College, is a private secre- tary at Dartmouth College. Her husband is in the U.S. Army. o John Pills were Rev. and Mrs. Paul Sutterholm and four children, who are on a year's leave from the Lutheran Missionary in Japan. The Sutterholm's are on their way  | B to St. Paul, Minn. Other guests .||||a for thee6nd"e'e irs. Pill'.l"''"'"" Of ew Adult oks parents' the Jhn Parsons f i-Iom'mv'' "---" P,hli L quiam. Mrs. Parson is a great aunt [ U_=,, [[ of Mrs. Sutterholm. Young Jeff n ,, Shet0fl c brary Pill returned to Hoquiam with his | B|| grandparents for a visit. While the children are selecting books for the Summer Reading Club, adults can examine some ot the new books in the Library which will be on display for a week. This is an opportunity to request those you don't want to miss; reservation cards will be with the display. "Rendezvous in space" looks to the future, with descriptions or the Gemini. Dyna-Soar and Apol- lo projects. "The Electra story" describes the history of the un- lucky plane from design, through construction then the fatal flights, and the efforts to solve the mys- tery'of the cause of the crashes. "MAN'S CONQUEST of the stars" is Pierre Roussean's story Mr. and Mrs. Carl Fellstrom, Christine and Steve will be join- ing our community soon. Mr. Fetl- strom will teach the eighth grade in the Hood Canal Junior high school. Steve is a junior in high school and Christine is a ninth graer. Mr. and M.*'s. Clifton Caulter and two children will move into the Jim Epperson home here. Mr. Caulter, the new district music teacher will follow the same sched- uIe as former instructor Dick En- dicott, THE JOHN PILLS welcomed the Curt Ludfords of Longview as they have come to spend the summer here in their cabin at Ball Point. ton, Johnny Eager, Billy Gray, Johnny Gray, Vicky Noreen, Mar- ilyn Okano. Sandy Steenson, Jack Stentz. Carol Stewart. M e rilee Stewart. Tammy Tembreull, Jan- ice Wittenberg and Kathy Witten- berg. WITH EACH BOOK read. the member can add a new sticker to his Space Chart, When the chart is filled, these stickers tell the story of man's conquest ot sce, from ancient man, fasci- nated by the stars, to exploration of the planets in our solar system. Members choose whatever books in the Library they are interested in for credit in the Club, We ot the Library staff have been im- pressed with the excellence of the I PinochleParty tFOBESTS At. L////wa.up Friday N/ t Mr. Sunshine has been hibernat- By Mrs, Nell Vance ng this past week, thus giving the forests some relief before the Litliwaup Community Club will warm weathe-, clear skies, and hold is next card par,ty Friday dryness that actually spells sum- Recen! Forest Fire By Lorraine workers in the include fire ing in their man fire as an office evening June 28. Pinochle will be played to start at 8 p.m. Prizes will be given and refreshments servc. A new series of five card parties will start Friday night. The pub- lic is invited. The Rose luncheon given by the Hood Canal Garden Club last Thursday at the %Voman's Club- house in Potlatch was a great success. The tables were beauti- fully deeo.-ated with roses ann lace table cloths and gleaming silver. A program was held al- ter the luncheon which n!l en- joyed. HOOD CANAL GardEn C'ub will hold its next business meet- ing July 11 at the Woman's Club; house in Potlatch. The meeting will be called to order at 1.1 a.m. and potluck hmch will be servecl at 12:30, After lunch the mem- bers will motor to Shelton to tour the beautiful garden of Mrs, Crosby. Faith Evans postmaster of Lil- liwaup, Betty Goodpaster, post- master of Hoodsport, Bill Larson. postmaster of Potlatch and Wan- da Nilson, postmaster of Union all left early Monday mornntg to attend the National Association's state convention of Postmasters of Kennewick. They will return home Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Frank McIntyre left by train Monday for Glasgow, Mont., returning their grandson Frank McIntyre, who has been visiting his grandparents for some time. MR. AND MRS. JACK Leim- back are enjoying a visit from Mrs. Leimback's mother. Mrs. Blanch Kenyon of Billings, Mont., also two nieces. Ellen Kenyon ot Billings, and Chara Boehm of Mis- soula. They are enjoying their visit very much to the state ot Washington and beautiful Hood Canal. Mr. and Mrs. Leimback will motor to Missoula, Mont. July 4th, accompanied by their rela- tives, Mrs. Kenyon, Ellen Kenyon and Chars Boehm. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Barman and children of Bellevue spent the weekend with Mrs. Barman's mo- ther and husband. Mr. and Mrs. Allie Robinson. MR. AND MRS. JOHN Burg and sons James, Michael. Paul and Jim's friend, Teddy Hansen of Tacoma spent three days last week with Johnny's parents, the Vances. They spent their vaca- tion fishing, digging clams an( gathering oysters. All enjoyed their visit to the canal very much. Patrons receiving mail through the Lilliwaup post office will have something new to add to their a(1- dresses beginning July 1, announ- ces Faith Evans, our postmaster. The ZIP code numbers desig- nating for this specific area will be 98555. Postmaster Evans sug- gests that you use this number as an integral part of your re- turn address on all mail. This is a nation-wide step to facilitate faster handling of mail. Further information may be ob- tained from the post office. Materials Needed For Oallanan Park mer here. the 1962 fire The advent of the summer sea- but Lhey realize son brings even more emphasis up- make for on the words fire prevention. Not The Departme only the tom'ists who come to Ms- a reduction in son County to vacation at her the elimination state parks, but also tile residents of this county need to be remind- ed about their job in Keelging Washington Green. Already this year which is slighty over six months old has seen seven fires with 1.1 .acres burned in the Shel- ton District. Although this may seem a relatively small figure it must be remembered that the vul- nerable period is now beginning. Seeing that the number of fires and acres burned does not exceed the aforementioned figures is part )f the job of the Department of Natural Resources. LOCATED ALMOST four miles from Shelton. the Department of Natural Resources for the Shel- ton District carries on its work. Francis Wright, District Adminis trator, and his assistant. Carl Johnsen head up the pyramid of Former Hoodsport Resident Passes C. W. Mason. a former resident of Hoodspos,t passed away June 19 at his home in Nederlend. Tex., at the age of 90. He was born Jan. 24, 1873 in Wayne County, Iowa. Affectionately known as "Dad" Mason in Hoodsp0r where he liv- ed from 1923 to 1937, Mason wor- ked for the State Highway De- partment. While living in this burning fez" thereafter. 21 percent of fires have been ker's fires. cured along ted to 8 loss. By signs; king I Area". as well paper for publi ing to reduce bming in the cost us a 29 Poor burning 15 percent of fires in pt Strict laws will be on in eliminating preceding percentages by caution, wise burning an tiees. Just enjoying" ther a people our forests Mason County vacationland seek. SUNDAY, 1963 Forest ed the Seattle ked the end of to the state's was among the cesses from area, he was on the school board state who and took an active part in civic carpet treatmen and church affairs, ride on the Interment was in Oak Bluffs the space Cemetery, Port Naehes. Tex. lice escort Sulwivors include his wife. Jos- holding the ie; a brother. George Mason of tatives as Colorado; three sons: Archie L. streets of of Oklahoma City, Harold T. of of the day's Vider, Tex.. and C. Nolan Mason rilyn will of Shelton; a daughter Mrs. Clyde representing Rowland of Nederland. Tex.; 13 McCleary's grandchildren and 14 great grand- sap children. Olympia's La Death Glaims PI Edgar Griffith From Ne Edgar A. Griffith. 860 Ellinor, From time died June 22 at th% Shelton Gen- just what the eral Hospital at the age of 58. or symbol He was born November 29. 1904 teresting to in Missouri. an hh,,ri Mr. Griffith, who had been a membeg of the community for 19 years, was a retired cook. He is survived by his wife. Hazel. The funeral was held Monday, June 24 at 2 p.m. in the Batstone Funeral Home. Interment followed at the She!ton Memorial Park with John Gill 9ffielating. MRS. BINGHAM ATTENDS CENTRAL!A FUNERAL" Mrs. Cecil Bingham recently re- turned fro attending the funer- al of her grandmother. Mrs. Ger- tla May Ipe of Centrlia She was 97 years old and had lived in Cents'alia for 74 years. She leaves four children, eight grandchildren, 23 great grandchildren and three great great granchildren. -- WEATHER -- h ave learn and training your behind the pares for guarantee health ing of the bring to us. of the discovery of the universe, from primitive times to the pres- ent. In "Around the world sub- merged", Captain Edward Beacl tells the story of the round-the- world trip of nuclear submarine USS Triton "The World of Ice", by James Dyson, sees the surface of the earth through the eyes oI geologist interested in the many ac- tivities of ice. It includes a chap- ter on "ICE and Our Changing Climate" Pictures of Mount Olym- pus and Mount Rainier will look familiar to Sheltonites. "The Sierra" tells the history as well as the geology of a fasci- nating mountain range. PERHAPS THE MOST interest- ing of a number of new books on literature is "Patriotic gore" Ed- mund Wilson's studies in the lit- erature of the Civil War. "The points of my compass" is a collec- tion of letters E. B. White has sent to the New Yorker over the years. Did you ever wonder what life looked like in the days of ser- vants? "What the butler saw" is E S. Turner's entertaining narra- tive of "two hundred and fifty years of the servant problem". "They survived" is a story ot great true cases of men and wom- en who survived extreme physical ordeals - men trapped in mines, or suffering terrible illness, adrift on the ocean or marooned on moun- tains, "volunteer survivors" and concentration camp prisoners. Wil- fred Noyce- loo k s for reasons which made this endurance possi- ble. Since writing this book. he himself perished on a climb in the Pamirs. This sample does not begin to cover the scope of the books on display; come and see them for yourself. READING CLUB The response to the invitation from Shelton Public Library to all the children of Shelton to join the Summer Reading Club has been enthusiastic. Over 160 members have already completed their first ,book to earn the Reading Club Space Chart. and more are sign-. ing up every day. Thirteen members have already earned their ribbons for reading Mr. and Mrs. Ed Murphy of La- Grande visited the Earl Riebows Who have returned here from Cal- ifGrnla for the summer. Twenty members of the family of Mrs. Flora cCarkill gathered at F.ort Borst State Park in Cen- tralia to celebrate her 92rid birth- day. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Bryant were among those attending as Elwanda is a granddaughter and Billy and Rene are among the youngest of Mrs. lIcCorkill's 28 great grandchildren Mrs. Martha Booth of Central Point, Ore. re- turned home from the ,''mion with the Bryants to spend a week here, THE MORLEY Parkers, Taco- ma, spent a day visiting in the Bill Goodpaster ,home. ManY of Mrs. Anna Berge's pu- Pils from the Hoodsport school l have been receiving cards from her While she is traveling in Europe. The :latest Cards have been receiv- ed from France but she should hve reached Switzerland by now and Llen will g0 on to 'Sweden THLTIC FAME has come to H0odsp0rt through Darlene Gray wh0 has placed fourth in the rmtton in her time in running the 50 yard da for girls in the mid- get division of the Junior Olyn- pies, Darlene beat out competitors at the trta!s in summer last Aug- ust and when her time was com- pared nationally she placed fourth. She was also in a winning relay in the Summer meet. This year Darlene is again en- tering the track program at Shel- ton and will be in the Junior girls division, ages 12 and 13. The Lower Skokomish Little League baseball team is making a fine start this year winning two ,ames out of three played. This team includes boys in the canal and Skokomish Valley areas be- tween the ages of nine and 13. The boys play well and always wel- come new fans. They are coached by Joe Bourgault and Jim Reeder. TINY CHERYL Dawn Addle- man weighed in at four pounds, 12 ounces, making an early ent- rance into the Roger Addleman family. She joins brother Dwight and sister Terry. Word has been received thal former Potlatch resident Pete Borg is confined to a Seattle Vet- t erans hospital for treatment, I twelve books. In addition, two. John Laramie is spending a Johnny Eager and Marilyn Okano, week visiting in the Island Lake have read more than the eighteen hq.me of his grandparents, the books needed to fill in their charts. Averre-ic'nert:-:: : .......... : " " The ribbon" winners are Billy choice of books. I m a g i n ative Materials are still needed for books, which explore the reaches restroom facilities at" Callanan of the mind, are very popular. "A 15ark, This project is sponsored by wrinkle in time" is in the library, the Shelton Junior Chamber of but usually has to be waited for. Commerce. Arnold Fox, chairman "The Hobbit" is enjoying a well- of the p, roJect, reported Tuesday deserved popularity. Edith Nesbit t,h[t Some of the materfals still and George MacDonald are favor- desired are bolts plywood, cedar ire authors. Of course, mystery roofing and 4 x 8 planks 14 feet and adventure stories are popu- in length. lar: and so are biographies - true Since the facilities cannot be stories about real people have just completed without the public's as much appeal for children as Support, those having donations Of they do adults. Some are enjoying needed materials should call 426: exploring the excellent poetry ,3588, 426-2027 or 426-8065 for pick up. Materials may also be left at worldsbks' othersof science.are discovering new 1531 Adams St. any .time. IT ALL ADDS UP to an excit- side to the summer vacation. There Here's a though for June brides: is still plenty of time to join the If you own IJ.S. Savings Bonds, Club and earn a ribbon before Sep- remember to have them reissued in tember 7. No cost is involved; ad- your married-name as soon after mission to the Club consists of the wedding as possible. reading one book Ribbons will be presented at school next fall. Why don't you and your friends come to the Library and join all the boys and girls who are adven- turing in space? Mrs. Andrew Beelik, Librarian. LIQUOR LICENSES The following liquor license ap- plications were received and an- proved by the Mason County Con- mission: Spring Water Tavern, Lilliwaup, class B, C, E and F; Hoodsport Market Center, Hoods- port, class E and Gibler's Cove Inn, Shelton, class D, E and F. DANCE SAT., JUNE 29 Ap!e ,Grange 009-2 Music By Tune Toppers WE THANKYOU.. For Being So Patient During The Building Of Our New And Complete Richfield Service Station Right In The He,art Of Shelton. Watch For Our Grand Opening Date, COMING SOON ,John's Richfield Service 108 North First Shelton High Low Preclp. Company. June 19 .............. 70 55 -- .,,."e"'' June 20 .............. 71 53 -- June 21 .............. 65 51 .05 June 22 .............. 66 44 .02 open June 23 .............. 68 49 - -- SaturdaYs June 24 .............. 60 50 .03 th & June 25 .............. 65 48 -- OgALITY USED '56 DeSoto Firedome 4 Door .......... Like New  14,000 Miles - '60 Pmbler American Wagon Heater - Standard Trans. '59 Chev. 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