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PAGE 6 Giles' Loft Takes Two Pigeon Races Over Weekend Thg, Jick Giles' loft. won both Shelton Racing Pigeon Club con- tests over the weekend in the fin- al old bird races from Grants Pass, Ore., and Garbelwille. Calif. Young bird races start July 14. Giles' blue check cock sped the 339.450 mile distance in 832.020 yards per minute in the Grants Pass race. His birds also took third, fourth and fifth places. Paul Bigley's lead bird a checked pied cock. was second in 771.117 ypm. and L.E. Johnson's blue cock was sixth in 393.455 ypm Twenty-three birds from five lofk competed in the Grants Pass race while only 19 birds in five lofts participated in the Garber- ville test. A black ben belonging to Giles took the Garberville race in 592.- 779 ypm over 506.226 miles. His red check cock was third. A Paul Bigley entry was second in 576.226 miles. His red check cock was third. A Paul Bigley entry was second in 576.582 ypm and there was no report from the L.E. John- son loft. Mt. Moriah Lodge , No. 11 Stated Communication 1 SATURDAY, JULY 6 Glen R. Hufnail, W,M. Arnold Cheney, Secretary ( TIDES OF THE WEEK Computed for Hood Canal Oakland Bay tides are 1 hr. and fi0 mill. later a.na plu ;.U It Friday, July 5 High .............. 3:34 a.m. 9.4 ft. Low  ............ 11:0:l a.m. -{].9 ft. High .............. 6:33 p.m. 10.5 ft. Low .............. 11:38 p.m. 6.7 ft. Saturday, July 6 High .............. 4:07 a.m. 9.4 ft. Low . ............. 11:35 a.m -1.3 ft. High .............. 6:57 p.m. 10:9 ft. Sunday, July 7 I-ligh .............. 4:44 a.m. 9.4 ft. Low .............. 0:19 a.m. 6.7 ft. High .............. 7:42 p.m. 11.2 ft. Low ............. 12:10 p.m. -1.6 ft. Monday, July 8 High ............. 5:24 a.m. 9.3 ft. Low .............. /:00 a.m. 6.5 ft'. High 8:13 p.m. 11.4 ft. Low .............. 12:47 p.m. -1.6 ft. Tuesday, July 9 High .............. 6:07 a.m. 9.1 ft. LOW .............. 1:43 a.m. 6.2 ft. High 8:47 p.m. 11.6 ft. Low .............. 1:25 p.m -1.4 ft. Wednesday, July 10 High .............. 6=56 a.m. 8.8 ft. Low . ............. 2:29 a.m. 5.7fL High .............. 9:22 p.m. 11.6 ft. Low .............. 2:05 p,m. -0.9 ft. WALKER SIIOOTS 287 IN STATE GOLF OPEN Ray Walker. Shelton Golf Club pro-manager, finished just out of the money m the Washington State open golf tournament at Spokane last week with a 287 to- tal tot 72 holes of competition. His four 18-hole rounds were 68-74-74-71. 16 strokes behind the winning 271 shot by A1 Mengert, who had a 4-stroke edge over two runners-up. Walker was only two strokes off the pace with his opening 68, when he shared a 3-way tie for third place. Les Joslin SUGGESTS00 It's four times as hazardous to ride in your own car as to travel by airline. See me about low cost ac- cident insu rance. 1627 SUMMIT DRIVE PHONE 4266373 I .... BRING YOUR GLASS tROUBLES TO US You can depend on our "know how" to save you trouble and moRey when it omes to glass replacements. Because we know what we are doing (and why) you can be sure we'll do it RIGHTI  GRIMES l McNEIL BODY & FENDER WORKS '-",-3=t 3rd and Grove Sts., 426-8264, ... I ..... _ 1 'l I FOR YOUR HAPPINESS00 our / LOAN Complete blueprints of thls home /.ocAa / "available from this =ssoiation. 4.__.j,..../" BUILDING OR BUYING, you can count on a satiae- tory financing plan h'om start to finish when you deal with us. Our loan terms are individually fitted o-your needs and circumstances. And of course, interest and principal are reduced monthly-eliminating hard-to- manage lump sum payments. Stop in for the whole story today. HOBE OFFICE -- OLYMPIA IN SHELTON -- SEE; LOAN COUNSELOR KURT MANN -- MANN REAL ESTATE I I Oomme.ndabh Efforts, Few Posts Feature In Track Meets Summer recreation cindermen had commendable efforts, but few points in their first test at a Fed- eration all-comers meet at Shore- line Saturday. The Shoreline contest was one of three meets the Shelton group participated in last week. Track coach Bill Brickert said he thought the Shelton kids made a fine showing after only two weeks of scheduled turnouts. Charles Saibel and Tyson Em- bry, two Olympia area youths who work-out with the Shelton aggre- gation, got first and third place finishes in their respective divi- sions. Saibel was a blue ribbon finisher in the junior high shot put (12 lb. going 39-5. Embry was third in the high school broad jump at 20-2. SHELTONS ROLLIE Duckham garnered a third in the junior high 880 yard run with a 2:21.4 clock- ing. It was the first time he had ever run the event. Other Shelton entries who fail- ed to place included Dennis White- aker, who pole vaulted 10 feet hl the/junior high division; Jim el- son, junior high, who high jumped 4-10: Glenn Van Blaricom, Jun- ior high, fourth in the 440; Jim Biehl, junior high, who broad jumped 17 feet; Dave Cox, Junior high, who competed in the 100 ald 220; Mike Brickert, high school, w'ao ran the 880 in 2:13.9; Brian Brick- err, high school, fourth in thg 440 at 53 seconds flat; and Jerk. Wegt lund. high school, who soaed 11-6 in the pole vault with an unfamiL- iar bamboo pffle. Two Shelton area girls, Darleen Gray and Candy Moran, competed in an AAU all-girls m'eet at West Seattle Sunday. DARLEEN, who was ranked 4th in the nation last yar In the 11- years-old and under division in Ju- nior Olympic meets, won the high jump at 3-9; was second in the broad jump with a leap of 14-9 and was second in the 100 in 12.6. She now competes in the 12 and 13-year-old class. Candy got fourth in the 220 and also participated in the 100, but didn't place. Brickert ran a two-division intra-squad meet on Loop Field last Friday. Don Pierson and Kim WhKeak- er. in the 11 years and under class. ran away with all honors in the five-event meet Pierson achieved firsts in the pole vault, 8-1; broad jump, 11-5 and the high jump, 3-9. 'HITEAKER was first in the shot put, 14-9 and the 50. 8.4. Lee Burfiend victored in three events in the 12 and 13 age group. I-te took the broad jump, 14-10; high jump, 4-0 and 50. 7.4. John Boardman took the shot put with a heave of 25-9 plus, Lane Dorcy won the 100 yard low hurdles in 17.8 and Eric Clayton won the 1) in 13.8. Next action for the Shelton thin: clads will be a Federation met July 13 at the University of Wash- ington stadium. Brickert needs transportation help.Anyone willing to take a car- load of kids to any of the coming meets is asked to contact Briekert. Except for this coming Saturday there will be out-of-town meets each Saturday for the next sever- al weeks. $I-IELTON--MIS0N COUNTY JOURNAL-- Publishad in "Chrismasown, U.S.A.", Shelton, Washington .............. ,o_ i Lake Nahwatzel Fishing Continues God Despite Rain Last Week By Joann Tuppcr Mrs. Lew Cool( of Aloha. Ore. Merchants VANDERWEGEN JOINS MCQUIRE ACCOUNTING Effective July I, Selden Vander Wegen joined Melvin O. McQuire as an associate accountant in the McQuire accounting firm at 125 South 4th street, VanderWegen, who has been with the Lumbermen's Mercantile as comptroller and secretary in Shelton since 1950 and with the Simpson Timber Company in Sc- atUe two years prior to that, will specialize in systems and manage- ment services while McQuirc will specialize in income tax. VanderWegen has been active in community affairs during his 13 years residence here, presently is Republican Party county chairman and Red Cross county chairman, a member of the Tumwater Council Boy Scout executive board, past president of the Shelton Rotary Club, which he also served as sec- retary in 1951. He is an accounting major grad- uate from the University of Visr consin. EACRETTS HOME FROM TRIP TO SAN DIEGO Things were "back to normal" at Morgan, Eacrett Lumber Com- pany this week with the return ot Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Eaerett from a vacation trip to San Diego to visit their son and daughter-in- law, Ken and Judy Eacrett. Ken is nearing completion of a 4-year hitch in the Navy. Highlight of their trip, the Eac- retts said. was a visit to th new Los Angeles baseball stadium, Chavez Rivine, which they de- scribed as "fabulous". They saw Baltimore beat the Angels, ]0-0. but were unsuccessful m an el- fort to contact Wes Stock form- cr Shelton baseball star not; wth Baltimore. I"AMILY HAS HOUSE GUESTS Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Chappell of Mill Creek Road have as their house guests her nephew and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. Francis E. Da- vis and sons. Steve. Mike and Glenn. The Davis family lives in Hermon, Maine. CORRECTION Our apologies for the error in last week's Journal The marriage license application should read as follows: James Melvin Mattis, 20. Shel- ton, and Mary Helena Matson, 20, Shelt. LAKE NAHWATZEL - With the drizzles and rain we have been having these past few days the fishermen still enjoyed trying their luck. Percy Luce of Tacoma caught nine trout last Friday, one being a 143/4 in trout. Sunday Lloyd Baker of Elma and Troy Mr. and Mrs. William El(tridge of Bremerton visited Mr. and i.l*S. Roe Franklin last Sunday. Mrs, F. E.-Hewson and grand- daughters Glenda and Carol Hew- son. of Granger. Jennifer Parker. of Olympia. and Mrs. Myrtle Cam- cron of Shelton drove to Victoria. B.C. for a few days. Baker of Rochester each caught 14-inch trout. Thomas A. Johnson of Bremerton last Sunday caught a 21A lb., 175-inch trout. Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Springer were visited by Mr. and Sunday Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Hew- son accompanied by Mrs. Phil Par- ker and children drove to Silver Creek Forest Camp and enjoyed a picnic, and travelled to Granger to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Dayton Girl Has Visit From Former Classmate Here From New Jersey By Mhel Kidd DAYTON Raenae McQuilkin was pleasantly surprised on Fri- day when she received a call from Kay Alexander of New Jersey who was visiting in Shelton. The girls were first and second grade school mates. They spent the afternoon together buying birthday gifts for each other and lunching at Man- ley's. Tuesday of last week Mrs. A. E. Lemke accompanied by Mrs. Ken- neth Wolden of Shelton motored to the Seattle home of Mr. and Mrs.. Arthur Wolden. They were joined by Mrs. Robert Lemke and children of Seattle to celebrate the birthdays of Donald and Luann Wolden. The previous week, the group had gathered at Stell Lake along with Mrs. Cecil McLain and children, Mrs. Katy Master and Mrs. Betty Chflson and Karen for a picnic, birthday luncheon hon- oring the birthday girls. Karen Chilson and Karlene McLain. Leslie and Larry Pearson re- turned to their Seattle home Fri- day to join their mother, Mrs. Charles Edwards for a trip to Rocky, Okla., where she will at- tend her class reunion. Mr. and Mrs, Alan Ford and children motored to Bellingham last Monday and picked up Jenny Wren, an Australian Terrier to add to their kennels. Mr. and Mrs. Delmer Schm" had dinner in Seattle in the home of r. and Mrs, Robert Schur where daughter, Geraldine is staying. SUNDAY AFTERNOON Mrs. J. W. Stoner visited in PaIsbo in the home of her brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Earl King. Al- so present was sister, Mrs. Mary Davis of Sheridan, Wyo. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Leman spent Sunday in Lakewood visit- ing his sister and brother-irMaw, Mr. and Mrs. Don Myers. Larry, son of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Baze. is spending a few weeks in Quilcene with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Warren Bancroft. Mrs. Gertrude Scott was Sat, urday dinner guest of :Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Houtig of Hoodsport. Sunday callers in the home of Mr. and ]Firs. James Iickson were Mr. and Mrs. Don Cress and fam- ily, Shelton, and Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Heminger and children. The John Youngs called on Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Cuzick of Lost Lake "Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Kirk of Cush- man were Thursday evening visit- ors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kidd. Mrs. Vi Logan of Shelton called on Mrs. Gertrude Scott unday. Monday evening visitors in the Alvia Chapman home were Mr, and Mrs. Wes Sloan. Shelton. Mr. and Mrs. Alvia Chapman have moved into their recently purchased home formerly occupied by the Selby Hueys. Sally Einarsson left by plane from Olympia to fly to Myrtle Point, Ore., where she will spend some time with her grandparents, Mr. and Ms. John Huff. The Hans Lund family attended the wedding of niece, /Vlary Mat, son to Jim Mattis on Saturday evening at the Methodist church. MR. AND MRS. L.A. TODD had as Sunday visitors, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Todd and daughter, Mrs. Marvin Hewer and Tony of Man- chester. Mrs. Pete Bloomfield" accomp- anted by Mrs. Floyd Waiters and Mrs. Les Bishop motored to Olym- pia and picked up Mrs. Bert Wood of Ventura, Calif. On Sunday, the Pete Bloom- fields were dinner guests of Mrs. Bishop and Mrs. Wood. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Schuffenhauer were Mr. and Mrs. James Ritzschke and Fred. Judy and Jill. Vicki. Shei- ton, Janet and Cherrie Eager of Centralia. Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Bloomfield attended the car show in Seattle. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Hulbert were MY: Ches- ter Valley, Skokomish Valley, and Mr. and Mrs, Ted Ferris of Olym- pia. Sunday afternoon callers in the Schuffenhauer home were Mr. and Mrs. Albert Brezicha and grand- son. Timmie of MeKenna. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Duffy and Mrs. Clara Jeschke of Tacoma. To Late To Classify FOR SALE -- Cozy one b(room home at the edge of town, Everything in A-1 condition. Pretty lawn and shrubs, attached garage. Oniy $5600 alld just inches fronl swimlnln{4 and good boat launch:. Call Vinct I-lira- lie. Maim Real Estate 426-6592. 7/4 FOR'--SALE--=---S-pai)i(us " 3-bedrot)m honle with full basenlent h)eatcd on I0A ()lily nllnutes frolll |own. Jllst listed and just right for the weekend farmer. $13.950 with terms. Call Kurt Mann. Mann Real Estate 46- 6592. 7/4 I)REPfRE I)'OP REAL ESTATE exam- illati6lL No experience l]leesslj'y. Elevell evening- classes, sl)onsore d Dy the Tacolna Board of Realt,,r:. Be- g'in Monday, July 22. Inquire Alberta Smoke. P.O. Box 1405. Tacoma or B R: 2-J818. 7/4-11-18 Legal Publications NO. 3475 NOTICE TO CItEI)ITOIS IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF TIlE STATE OF WASHINGTON FOR KITSAP COUNTY I the Matter of the Estate of VERA A. tUSK. Deceased NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the, u.nderigned has beer. appointed and qualified as Adnlinistrator of the al)ove entitled estate: that all l)ers( ns having claims against said deceased are here.by required to serve the same. duly verified, on said Adlll 11 strator or his attorney of record at the address below stated, and file the same wittl tile Clerk of the said Court. t()gether with proof of such service, within six n)onths after the date of first publi- cation of this notice, or tile same wilt be barred DATE OF FIRST PUBLICATION July 4. 1963. ERNEST H, LUSK Administrator of aid Estate ARTHUR &HANLEY Attorneys for Estate Ham'ison Building Brcmerton, Washington 7/4-11-18 3t NO. 3161 NOTICE TO CRED1TOR, IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OP WASHINGTON IOR MASON COUNTY In the Matter of the Estate of G. A. SWANSON. Deceased. Notice is hereby given that the un- dersigned !as been appointed and has qualified as Executrix of the estate of G. A, SWANSON, Deceased; that all persons having claims against said de- (easEa are hereby requ r *d to serve the same, duly verified, oil said Exc: cut rlx m" ner attorney of record tit the adurcss belOW stated, and file. the same w!th tile Clerk of .aid Court. Iogetb,,r with proof of such service withiu six montns altel the ' ; date of first publica- tion of this notice or tlte same will be l)arred. - Date of first PUblication JULY 4. 1963. /s/ ELIZA j. SWANSON Executrix of said Estate. JOHN C. RAGAN Attorney for Estate Title. Insurance Bldg. Shelton, washington 7/4-11e18 3t Hewson to return the grandchild- triP. and Mra. Wes Rainey of Buc- t'cn. MIL AND MRS. Kenneth John- son of Skokonlish Valley were din- her guests of Mr. and Mrs. Amel Tveit last Saturday evening, also visiting was Mr. and Mrs. John Krier of Olympia. Saturday morning Mr. and lh's. Hector Barbour were visited hy Mr. and Mrs. Frank McCormick and children of Tacoma. Later that afternoon the Barbours motored to Raymond on husiness. Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Archie Kelley and spending the night were the children of Mr. and Mrs. At Chappell and Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Rischel all of Dayton. Sunday Mrs. Chappetl and Mrs. Rischel picked up the ciildren and visited with the Kelleys. Friday visitors at the home of Mr, and Mrs. Frank Cooper were Mr. and Mrs. Stan Cv;icklenski of Tacoma. Sunday they were ct:nner guests of Miss Bea Manier of Olympia. .Mr. and Mrs. James Blecker en- tertained Mrs. Bertha Visser and grandson of the "" last Tuesday. A WEEK AGO last Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Lee Dawson attend- ed Uae wedding at Enumclaw of Miss Susan Rainey, daughter of John Jub00 00esidene Destroyed By Fire The Jotm Jubb residence on Bev- erly Heights was burned to the ground at 3:30 a.m., June 27. The cause of the fire was not deter- mined. Only the pump house and a util- ity shed were saved. The /ire was extinguished by one fireman and a crew of five h'om ne Depart- ment of Natural Resources. Local Man Takes Vacation In Sweden John Swanson St'. o 427 East 'T' Street left Sunday by plane for Sweden. Mr. Swanson will spend a month's vacation with friends and relatives whom he has not seen for 26 years. Mrs. Pope Has Visitor Mr. and [rs. Jake DeWecse of Palouse, Wash., are visiting Mr, DeVreese's cousin, Mrs. Gordon Pope of Simlton. They will stay in Shelton until after the 4th of July holiday. NEBRASKA PICNIC A picnic for Hx-Nebraskans s planned in Lincoln Park in Seat- tle July 14. The park is located in West Seattle ou Fauntleroy Way S.W. kley. Visiting the Dawsons over the weekend was their daughter, Mrs. Leroy Smith and children of Shel- ton. Saturday dinner guests at the Tuppers was Bruce Adsero of Se- attle. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Reeve and family drove to Tacoma last Sat- urday to do some shopping. Sun- day the Reeve family drove to Wye Lake for the day: Last Saturday Mr. and Mrs. \\;Villiam MeKimson of Trinidad, Calif., visited Mr, and Mrs. John Patten. Dinner guests at the Patten home last Saturday evening were Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Christy and family 6f Shelton. SPENDING a few days with the Tuppers was Miss Dawn Simp- on of Alhambra, Calif. Mrs. A. D. Hunter of Binger Creek was injured in an automo- bile accident at Dayton Crossing last week. She is in the Shelton Hospital. We wish to extend "Happy Birthday" wishes to Bill Wright of Matlock who will be 65 years old on July 5 and also his wife, Veronica, whose birthday is JUly 8. Mrs. Donald Mugford and chin dren, Peggy, Johnny and Billy returned to Seattle after visiting Mrs. Fred Phillips for the past week. Peggy and Johnny had a grand time trout fishing at Mrs. Phillip's Lake. e PUMPS. 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