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PACE 2 SItELTON=-MASON-COUNTY-JOURNAL -Publihed in "Chrlstmastown, U.KA.", Sllelton. Washington .. i New Area POA Building A new two story office building for the Southwest Washington Production Credit Association, is rapidly taking shape at the corner of 12th and Market in Chehalis. M. M. Oliphant, Manager of the farmer owned credit firm said that "the growing needs for farm fin- aneing associated with modern ag- riculture, has prompted the need for expanded facilities and the de- cision on the part of the board of directors m build a permanent home in Chehalis". The Production Credit Associa- tion specializes in all types of feign credit in the short and intermed- iaie term field. The Federal Land Bank Association. which makes longer term real estate loans, will also occupy quarters in the new In Ghehalis Progresses building, thus giving a complete one-step credit service to farm- ers of the area. The building, of pleasing modern contemporary design has been planned with ample off-street par- king, easy access to Highway 99 and downtown Chehalis, and pri- vate conference roonls for the eon- venience of members. "W. D. Olsan, a dairyman from Elma. is President of the Board. Other Directors include Cub Bal- melli, Chchalis: Even Blankinship, Randle: Eugene Taylor. Shelton; and Walter A. Jones, Ridgefield. 9avJnffs .P,ndq o,n Americans build financial security for them- selves and their country. T R AVE[ T#AILEItS Now On Display 13'-I'- 16' s1095 to s1795 Kelly's Furniture Co. 1st & Mill Sts. Phone 426-2411 MASON COUNTY'S DINERS GUIDE EAT OUT OFTEN-- L I I L,Ji,=  ......,,o GRILL 19a4 olympic Hlghy orm on Mountain View BREAKFAST -- LUCH "DiNNER Special Dinners Daily -- Fried Clams --- Oysters Buckwheat Hotoakes Anytime WE MAKE OUR OWN PIES! RAU'S CHICKEN DINNER INN East of Union on the Canal our specialty -- BUTTER FRIED CHICKEN SEAFOODS CHOICE STEAKS We Specialize in Banquets Phone Union 898-2322 ' A . wy . MINOR S & t. View "COME AS .YOU ARE, WE SERVE IN YOUR CAR" FOOD and DRINK ORDERS TO GO HAMBURGERS & FRIES FOOT-LONG HOT DOGS Dine Over The Water in the Panoramic Dining Room CHAR-BROILED STEAKS SEAFOOD CHICKEN Cocktails in the LIARS' DEN Banquets- Parties Phone 877-5388 for reservations if desired WALT'S ROBIN HOOD LODGE 1 mne ast of Union on the Canal AN ENCHANTING ATMOSPHERE --FEATURING HOME MADE PIES AND PASTRIES : QUALITY FOOD AT REASONABLE PRICES BREAKFAST SERVED ANYTIME MILLO'S DINER on Hood Canal neal Potlatch on Highway 01 BREAKFAST -- LUNCH -- DINNER Our Specialty -- BROASTED CHICKEN (finger-Ileken' gee*d} . We feature SEAFOOD, to01 DAIRY QUEEN 21 'Sheltot st Recognized as THE place for thlek SHAKES and smooth SUNDAES, and NOW from DAIRY QUEEN'S kitchen -- HAMBURGERS and FRIES. Phone 426-8091 THE GROVE CAFE Hig,ay I01 lss ,hn a mii South of Hoodsport LUNCHES  DINNERS STEAKS  SEAFOOD -- CHICKEN DINNERS OPEN 11 A.M. TO 12 MIDNIGHT Phone 877-5571 Fred Williams, Prop. THE OYSTER HOUSE s miles West of Blfatr on Hood Canal We Take Pride in Our HOMEBAKED BREAD and PASTRIES Complete Variety of DINNERS SEAFOODS GATEWAY CAFE 5 mils sot o Shelton on the Olympic I-Iighway BREAKFAST  LUNCH  DINNER Prime Rib and Steak Seafood Homemade Pies Dinner Parties Invited Open daily 6 a.m. to 10 p.m. .... i I I  [C . I * I THE CIRCUS IS COMING--Clown faces, like that of Mark Anthony, shown here, are their trademark. Anthony will be ap- pearing at the Ken Jensen Jaycee Circus at Loop Field July i9 Blond with a variety of circus ats. Gale Fueling is Jaycee Circus chairman. Proceeds from the circus will be used for the Jiycee's Calanan Park project. Hatlock Ladies Club Holds Meeting W " Last eek, Two Birthdays Honored By Dora Hearing MATLOCK Matlock ladies club held its regular meeting last week Wednesday with Mrs. Clif- ford Combs as hostess, Mrs. Aug- usta Portman and Mrs. Clifford Ford's birthday were celebrated. Mrs. Ernest Leortscher of Cto- quallum was a visitor. Matlock Grange will be post- poned this Friday evening due to the holiday. Their regular dance the third Saturday in July will also be postponed because part of the orchestra will be on vacation. Your correspondent and her hus- band, Elvin Hearing, returned from a wo-week vacation by train to Chicago, Buffalo, N.Y., Niagara Falls on both sides, to Toronto, Canada, and then by ship from Port McNicoll across the t.wo great Lakes "Huron and Superior", then to Fort William, Winipeg and on to Banff, where we spent a coupledays. Then to Vancouver, B.C. and on home. It wa a very enjoyable trip. and, wonderflt wee., ther until we got back to Van, c.ouver, B.C. it was raining, MR. AND MRg,. LUD Rossmaier called on Mr. and Mrs. Carl Good- burn of Shelton Sunday, and then 1.o Brady to visit Mrs. L. DuvalL We are sorry to report Mrs. A. D. Hunter was in the Shelton hospital a few days last veeek due to an auto accident at Dayton, but wasn't hurt seriously, and will be home in a few days. Mr. and Mrs. James Patterson and family of Seattle spent the past week with their folks, Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Hunter. Mr. and 'irs. Herbert Helin were Friday evening dinner guests of Mrs. Marie McKay of Shelton. Saturday evening a few old-time friends of Mr. and Mrs. Don Rye ,qurprised them on their 40th wed- dins anniversary at their new home on the Cole Road. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Lud Rossmaier, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Valley, Mr. and Mrs. I. C. Ford, .Mr. and Mrs. R, E. Bradberry., Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Green. Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Portman, Mrs. Augusta Portman. Mr. and Mrs. Elvin Hearing, the Dale Nye fern- ,fly, Mr, and Ml Roy Nye and Gene Nye, and Carl Portman. Mlg, AND IIRS. Edward .l. icy spent Friday evenino- v,,iHl the Nlvin Hearings. lh;s. Clinton Painter of Prince ,eorge, Canada and son Michael Hoffman of Tacoma were Sun- da; dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Nlvin Hearing. Mr. and Mrs. Mich- ael Hoffman of Tacoma are the uarents of an 8 lb. son born June 28. Mr. and Mrs. Max iilsson of Seattle were weekend guests of 7r. and Mrs. Herbert Helin. Weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Max Cash xere Mr. and Mrs. Gackst'orth of Seattle, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wallace of Kirkland, :Irs. Mary Cash of Woodinville and Mr, and Mrs. Earl Cash and daughter, Holly Jean, of Everett. Drop-in callers at the Cash home were Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Hel- chick and son and daughter-in-law 'and three children of Aberdeen. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Brehmey- ,r St., and sons, Michael and 13rian enjoyed dinner with Mr. and grs. Ernest Booth of Shelton last week Monday evening. MRS. RAY Kimmerly and chil- dren were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Breh: meyer Sr., the Kimmerly children are spending a few days this week with their grandparents. Mr: and Mrs. Earl Walker spent Monday and Tuesday at Auburn with Earl's folks. Mr. and Mrs. O. W. "Walker. Mrs. E. W. Bradshaw of Tacoma is spending some time with tfer daughter and family, the Earl Walkers. Pat Walker left last week for 'Winona, Wash., to be with his un- cle. the Ralph Walker family. Pat will take the wheat harvest in. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Crabtree and family were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs Duane Madison of Aberdeen. A FAMILY GET-to-gether pot- luck dinner was enjoyed at the Kenneth Howard home Sunday, Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Joe H9,ggr nd family of Be.claim,.; I. a#nd Mrs, Erl How- a fld: fainil of*Mofi,teno, Mr. aivl 'Mi's. Dav Zaek and daugh- *ers of Aberdeen and Don Brisco and Mrs. Esther Howard and the :hree Nicholes boys of Los Ange- les. Mrs. Esther Howard and the three Nichols boys wild retutTl tO Los A ngcles this week after spen- ding a month with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. I. C. Ford spen Sunday evening with the Herbert Brehmeyer Jr., family. Debbie and Beth Brehmeyer went home with their gn-andparents to spend Mon- day. Malo--e Farm Leader Dies Funeral services were held June 25 in the Methodist Church .in E1- ma for Oscar G. Swenson. 73, well known Malone dairy farmer and Federal Land Bank official. Bur- ial was in the Wynoochee ceme- tery at Montesano. His wife, is the former Gladys Benson of Shelton who he married in 1958. Mrs. Thora Bassett, Shel- ton. is a step-daughter. He was barn in Tillamook, Ore., and came to the Malone .area tn 1919, purchasing the dairy farm which was his home at the time of his death. From 1936 to 1944 he was with the Federal Land Bank in Spokane and was secretary-treasurer and manager of the Federal Loan Association when he left in 1944 to retrain to his farm. He was a member of the board of di- rectors of the Farm Loan Asso- ciation 15 years and was president of the Federal Land Bank Assoc- iation of Elma 17 year. He was also active in Grange affairs. Survivors include his wife, Gla- dys, two sons, Oscar. Portland; and Darrell, Athens. Ca., a brother Harry, Malone; two sisters, Mrs, Emma Goeres, Sat sop, and Mrs. Eunice Wuensch, San Francisco; one step-daughter Mrs. Theme Bassett, Shelton, and one step son, Robert Beriberi, Tacoma, 11 grand- children knd five step-grandchild- ren. May and June 1963: A $25 U.S Savings Bond purchased in May or June 1941 for $18.75 is now worth $36.22; and a $100.00 Bond that cost $75.00 is now worth $144.88. Retailers Show Substantial Gain In Past Year NE,V YORK - Retail business in Mason Couny moved forward in the past year am local residents. armed with nlorc cash. spent at a ecord rate. Only during the early months of the year. when the fear of a ecesmon was in the air. did they hold back in their buying. There- after, they spent freely. AN A RESULT, most retail lines locally were able to report solid gains over the previous year. The figures are contained in the a, nnqal survey made by the Stand- ard Rate and Data Service. Its comprehensive report, showing how people in eacl} locality spent their retail dollars, covers every section of the United States. In Mason County, food was a major item The amount spent in this direction--in grocery stores. bakeries, butcher shops, supermar- kets and the like--came to-$5,- 966.000 in the yea,', topping the p.:'ior year's $5.512,000. THIS WAS SOLELY for food purchased for lmme consumption. It does not include the sum spent for food and (irink at lunch coun- ters. in restaurants and at other dine and drink places. Out of every dollar that was spent in the local retail stores last year, 33 cents went for take-home food. The large-scale spending for food, a sign of more luxurious liv- ing, reflects the improvement in purchasing power locally. If the amount that was expend- ed on food were to be divided uni- formly among the local popula- tion, each household would have a bill of $1,117 for the year. THIS WAS MORE titan was spent in most parts of the Un- ited States. The average was $1,- 038 per household. In the Pacific States, it was $I,I01. Other retail IIne. also profited from the strong consumer buying. Stores selling ahtomobiles, mo- torcycles, boats, trailers and ac- cessories chalked up a volume of $2,402,000. It represented i3 cents of the retail dollars. Sales of general merchandise, in department and variety stores, totaled $2,204,000, equal to 12 cents. Apparel shops accounted for $609,000, or 3 cents of the dollar. Home furnishings stores had re- ceipts of $613,000, which amounted to 3 cents. LOW COST HOHE LOANS NEW CONSTRUCTION -- REMODELING PURCHASE 6 % On Reducing Balances -- No Commission Charges Mason Oounly Savings & Loan Assodalion TITLE INSURANCE BUILDING SHELTON Adla McDonald Succumbs Monday Adla V. McDonald. Route I Box 160. died in Mark E. Reed Memor- ml Hospital, McCleary, July 1 at the age of 78. Mrs. McDonald was barn at Lil- }iwaup April 48, 185 and lived hre alYof her life. She is survived by two sons: Donald. MeCleary; Nell. Shelton: three daughters: Jean Gellatly, Redwood Cty, Calif.: Mac Crutch- field, Mercer Island; Mary Ann Drain, Reno, Nev.: three sisters: Ih's, Emma McDonald, Shelton; Mrs. Carrie Durand, Shelton; Mrs. Mae Roberts. Sumner. Funeral services were held at St. Davids Episcopal Church Wed- nesday With Bey. Clarence A. Lo- dy officiating. Interment followed in the IOOF Cemetery, Olympia. KWG Needs Funds To 0arry On Its W000k By Lorraine Dcmler Last week's editorial in d]e Journal pointed out the crisis be- setting the Keep Washington Green Association nearly exhaus- ted financial rcsources. I needn't repeat the history and accomplish- ments of this worthwhile organi- zalion which actually is protecting your financial status either dircct- Office bib.dies 29 In June Tile Maon C(mnty Juvenile Pro- bation office handled 29 cases dm'- ing the month of June, Probation Officer Marvin Christensen said in ly or" indirectly will achieve some his monthly report results. The work of this group may seem unb'enounced to you, but they're the ones to be thanked for the highway mgns. KWG posters, and. yes. even the "Smokey-Bear" comic books. Perhaps the adults can make the monetary eonl, ribution to the Keep Washington Green As:sacie.- tion, but youngsters from S I.o 16 can also play a part in the ol'- ganizati(,n. Sevc 'el yeats a, the Washington (]re!n Gda:'cl wag or- ganized a: q yo lh nctivi,.y of tIe Keen Washinoton Green Associa- tion. The vohmteer citizens beleng- ins to this oroup have as their aim the desire to make fello\\;v citizens conscious of the necessity of (,',ira- inating man-cap.seal fire:; pnd of protecting and conserving ()u* nat- ural resotlrces. ThoJe be[on2H] to the g,'onp receive not only val- uable information abouf fire pre- vention, but they'll elsie receive an identification card. decais foreut service stamps, and a lnannal. Be- lieve it or not. johdng this of ganization will nok cost yotu youngsters a cent. There are no lees, dues. or other costs on the )art of the participant. The only obligation incurred by participa- tion in the Green Guard activity is willingness to serve. -Most organizations have a pass- word and the Green Guard is no exception. However. unlike most organizations. Green Guard's pass- word is not a secret because they want everyone to know about it-- Keep "Washington Green! All your son or daughter has to do to belong is to fill out the fol- lowing application form and send it to the Keep Washington Green Association, Anderson Hall Uni- versity of Washington, Seattle 5. Wash. Name .................................................... Address ............................................... City ...................................................... Zone ...................................................... Age (limit 8-16) ................ I belong Of these. 19 were for delinquen- cy, five fro' traffic violations and five were dependency eases, OF TIlE 19 delinquency eases, 17 were bovs and two girls The most common reqson for the re- ferral of 1)oys o the probation officer was liquor violations which accounted for nine of the 17: otis- ers included three burg!ary, fern' theft, and one probation violation. The two girls were both 14 years old One was referred tb the probation officer because of theft and the other hecause of a sex offense. Of the five traffic violations, two were for going through a stop Hght and three for dcfect2ive eqmp- nent. Three were dismissed with warning pnd two were placed on driving restrictions. In the other 22 actions on boys, one was dismissed with no action: nine were dismissed with a warn- ing; three were placed on super- vision of the probation officer; one was placed on official proba- tion through a court bearing; one was returned to the parenl, s and seven were referred to ogher ag- encies. OF '['HE TWO GIRLS. one was placed under the supervision of the probation officer and the oth- er on official probation through a court he-ring. Five of these handled were re- ferred to the probation office by the Shelton Police Department; 11 by the Mason County Sheriff's office: one by another police ag- ency; three by other social agenc- ies; three by parents or relatives and one by a school ROSELLINI SPEAKS eontinued from page one) second growth export to Japan. The new Mason County Fair site at the Shelton airport was dis- cussed by Mason County Commis- sion Chairman Martin Auseth. The fair will be held August 23, 24 and 25 this year, The new fair site was Chosen beeause of the cramped space con- ditions existing in Shelton Valley to .......................................................... and because the old location was (Scouts, 4-H, Campfire Girls. etc.) Camp St. Albans located about 23 miles from Shelton (between Allyn and Belfair) is certainly the pride of the Tacoma Girl Scouts for their camp can claim 28 years of service for their organization. Not only iv their camp well es- tablished, and nestled in a beauti- ful setting on LaK'e Devcreaux, but they can also boast of an enthus- iastic group of unit leaders and their camp director too. The rain doesn't seem to dampen their spir- its not- their Sherlock Holmes in- stinct as thev try :o uncover the mystery of "Who was in the cook house at midnight on the day el June 26 ?" Two years ago the headlines in the Journal published the Thurs- day following the Fourth of July read: "Allyn Dock Set Afire by Lads with Cracker": "Buzz Bombs Cafise Spot Fire", let's hope these things don't happen again as we celebrate this holiday, As f.nokey would say, "Please be careful!" not readily accessible. Commissioner. Auseth said that $10.000 has been alloted for eon- strucUon this year. There are over 10.00.9 sqv,re feet of construction under cover, he said. Construction started in early May, Auselh said and over 800 hours of work have gone into the operation. Tribute was paid to Oscar Levin Simpon staff forester whose ca- reer in fm,estry sparlned, over 40 vears, as the program closed. Le- via retired from Simpson Sunday. QUALITY gSED CARS '60 Rambler American Wagon ............ $1145 Heater - Standard Trans. '59 Chev. Belair "6" 4 Door Sedan .... $1195 Radi0 - Heater Automatic '58 Rambler American 2 Door ........... :--$59'5 Heater - Overdrive '56 Desoto Firedome 4 Door .................. $59'5 Rdi6 - Heater AutOmatic USED TRUCKS '60 Willys 4 Wheel Drive .................... $1595 Pickup - Warn Hubs '62 Chev. Greenbrier Sport Wgn ....... $2395 4 speed - new tires ' KIHBEL HOTORS, INC. CHRYSLER -- PLYMOUTH -- VALIANT INTERNATIONAL TRUCKS 707 SOUTH FIRST T, PHONE 426-3433 BlI1,1)ING Building p' the Mason Monday hey, remodel ad 12,900; E. O. abin $1,000', ' wood residence, McNally, ca Campana dmson dock $ dock. $140; E. idence, a,RC and add to JUST TOUG H mower noise. Easiest VacHUlTI In LAWN-BOY moWeF Morgan, Eacrell'S Amazing new ALUM! COMBINATIOId DOOR Chungs from Storm Door to Screeu Door... IN SECONDS ACCENT AS LOW AS '299s FULL I" THICK END RATT g Panels tilt out LES-Panels cushh ne slr|pping VENTILATE TOP OR BOTTOM HEAVY ALUMINUM for of trouble-free MORGAN, EAORETT HILLCREST