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PAGE 4 SIt'ELTON--MASON COUNTY JOURNAL Published in "Christmastown U.S.A.", NIIERIFF'S OFFICE ARRESTS Booked at the Mason County Sheriff's office during the past weok were Leland Seachord. no operator's license and speeding; Douglas Silberman driving while intoxicated: and Pt)jl]ip O. Mall- gren, driving while intoxicated. leckless driving and violation of the safety responsibility acL. Les Jos||n SUGGESTSi Why not put your life insurance on the Check-O-Matic plan and have premium deposits made auto- matically from your checking ac- count each month. No notices, no checks to write, no lapse through oversight. Get the facts, PUD I MANAGER (C, mtinued l'ron 1,:,t: 1) sm County district he has see]] the customer load grown from 850 to over 1600 ,none of which arc industrial and only a small per- centage commercial accounts t. The district serves un area from "Walk- el' Mountain In souLhern Jeffcrsar, County to a point about a hall mile west of Twanoh State Parr on Hood Canal. including also Skokomish Valley. PARRETT HAS SUPERVISED construction of some 40 miles or new lines, a new warehouse (19- 56l. 3000 sq. ft. coverage for trans- former and equipment stor}ge ( 19- 60). two new sub-stations (1960) and a new office building and new manager's residence whici will be completed next month. His eleven years represents the longest term of any manager m PUD l's history. He has been ac- tive in tl:e Shelton Golf Club and is a past president of the men's division. In his he,'.: position in Clatlam COllnty he will assume duties di- recting a system comparable m size to Mason County PUD 3 with 7.000 customers but spread out ov- er a wider territory. There are about 50 men and women in the Clallam PUD personnel, including a general foreman, engineer, and assistant superintendent. THE KEY I PITTSBURGH SUN PROOF" HOUSE PAINT MORGAN, EACRETT LUMBER World War II Veteran * No primer needed for most repaint work when surface is sound, = Dries in iust 30 min- utes. Paint over damp sur- faces-sudden shoqc- ers won't delay paint- ing. Colors stay brighter longer. Sun-Proof tatex Paint resists blisters. on Hillcrest Phone 426-4522 Local groups In Eclipse Olympia Parade Of Sun To Mason County was represented by four entries in the Lakefair Parade in Olympia Saturday rAght. Two sets of "royalty" from the county and floats t'rom the Simp- son Timber Company and the Washingl:on Douglas Kir Christ- mas Tree Association were in the parade. Forest Festival Queen Marilyn Hughes and princesses Virginia Hollatz. Lynne Stevens and Randi "['l_lson rode in a decorated eat' own- ed and driven by YVanda Schirm- er. Miss Alma Burke. chaperone for the court, accompanied the group. Also riding in a car m the pa- rade were Mason County Fair Queen Sandra Lyman and prin- cesses Cindy Jackson and Karen Smith. The Simpson float, the stone one which appeared in the Forest Fes- tival Parade. won second place m its division. Riding on the float. which carried out the Festival's old logger theme was Swante Kyl- lanes, Olympia. Kyllonen is known as the old logger who has given Senior & Junior League TP Grapedusters ........................... i_8250 Serappers .................................... 821.2 Pigeons ........................................ 8111 Hartwells .................................... 8049 Halberts ..................................... 8018 Flower Pots ................................ 7909 Alley Cats ................................ 7761 *Bayshore Kids ........................ 6709 *have to make up three games. The juniors set the pace last week with Claud Cook's 229 an(] 591 and Gary Clark's 207 for a 565. The finals are slated today. She Here Mason County residents, along with those in the rest of the Un- ited States and Canada will get chance to see a partial eclipse of the sun Sunday. The eclipse will start about 12:20 p.m. and will be at its height about 1:40 p.m. and will be over by aboit 3 p.m. The sun here should be somewhere around 60 percent obscured by the shadow ol the moon. The path of the total eclipse runs across Alaska, Canada and hits northern Maine in this hem- isphere. As a note of caution, the Am- erican Medical Association has warned that loong at the eclipse with the naked eye can do serious e, nd permanent damage to the eyes. They recommend the only safe method of vmwing the eclipse is by the "'projection" method. That is. the viewer loos at an Image of the eclipse, rather than at the eclipse itself. The image is pro- jeeted onto a white surface and the observer, with his back to the sun. watches the image. The AMA cautions tat dark glasses, the sooted glass previously thought safe nor any light filter are safe. spring board climbing demonstra- tions at the Festival Logger's Show on numerous occasions. The Christmas Tree Association float was also the same one which appeared in the Festival Parade, with the addition of Santa Clause. Oncf.. Again You'll Find DARIGOLD and SHELTON MAID PAGKAGED IGE GREAM IN ALL YOUR FAVORITE FLAVORS Now available for your convenience in self-service refrigerator t HCOHKEY'S DRUG CENTER Evergreen Square Shelton, Washington Shellon Merchants Tag Olympians With 7.0 Loss A five run sixth inning paved the way for a Shelton Merchants 7-0 shutout over the Olympia Mer- chants in Class A Olympia Fast- ball League play on Steven Field Monday. The league win nailed clown sec- ond place for the Shelton club, which has a 7-3 record. The Olym- pia Brewers lead with an 8-2 mark. - BIG BLOW of the sixth was Bob Plotts round tripper. Don Brown. Ray Manke. Dave Swear- ingen, Dallas Vestal. Chub Nutt and Plotts crossed the dish before the frame ended. Plotts big bat also played a big part in Shelton's two run first inning outburst. He doubled to score Swear:ages and Mutt. Bill Mutt limited the Olympia 4 club to five hits, all one base safe- ties. The Thurston County crew rapped out two singles in the first and another pair in the sixth, but a ground out to the pitcher and a strike out respectively ended both threats. IN THREE OTHER practice games during the week Shelton split with the Olympia Merchants Sunday dropping the opener 3-0 and taking 'the nightcap 1-0 and walloped Labor and Industries 16- 3. Olympia brought across two big runs in its first at-bat when Jer- ry Meurs singled to send home Robin Bert and Tom Jones plated on Don Heintzelman's single. Heintzelman capped scoring in the fourth when made it home via two errors. RILL MUTT WON his own sec- ond game with a two-baser scor- ing Swearingen who had singled. Meanwhile Mutt tossed a one-hit- ter in the abbreviated five-inning contest. The Shelton boys didn't give Olympia's Labor and Industries a chance to take a breath as they hammered out 28 hits and 16 runs fo'r a 1.6-3 triumph last Thursday. !-i & I pitcher Gale McGrath added to the losers woes by giv- ing up 12 free bases either by the walk or hit batter route Shelton hurlers Plotts and Bill Mutt gave up only three hits in the wild seven-inning tilt, Plotts got the win. The short scores: .-londay r h e Olympia 0O0 000 0 0 5 2 Shelton 200 005 0 7 6 1 Batteries: Bert, Meurs and Hill; B!I! Ntt and Swearingen. N Just the people Everything else in the picture on the preceding page was made entirely or partly of cellulose. Cellulose is one of man's most useful raw materials, and Rayonier in Washington State alone can produce over 600,000,000 pounds of it a year. In addition to serving U.S. customers, we ship hundreds of millions of pounds to Free China, Japan, India, Italy, France and dozens of other free-world countries..- much of it from our own deep-water docks at Port Angeles and Hoquiam. From it are made rayons, acetates, cigaret filters, cellophane, plastics, tire cords, photo films and papers - all told, some 6,000 useful products you'll find all over the world. Take away the Rayonier cellulose. Better get going: we turned out 3,500 pounds of it while you were reading this advertisement - 1,100 right here in the State of Washington! I00AYO N I NATURAL RESOURCES CHEMIST!Y ii :!:{:!:?;:: iii" i ..... Royon|er Incorporated Northwest operations ef "e Houiom, Port Angeles, Seottl an 'd $helton, Washington + ThurodaY, Tennis Tourney, IAIl-Star Games Next Week Shelton's second annual summer recreation junior tennis tourna- ment will start Monday, instruct- or Wally Eigenman said this week The tournament, which will run for about a week. will conclude the tennis program. There will be a girls' singles and doubles divi- sion; boys' 13-years-old and under singles and doubles, and a 3unior men's t18-years and under} singles and doubles division. ENTRY DEADLINE is Satur- day, June 20, Eigenman said. He explained that the tourney will be open to all students in the prog- ram Entry fee is $2 to cover the cost of tennis balls and trophies. Win- hers and runners-up will receive trophies while the losers will get tennis balls. Tournament entries may be completed by contacting Eigen- man or calling 426-6006. He ad- vised that entrants contact him before purchasing the bails also. EIGENMAN HAS SET up a seeding list for each division, Girls' seedings of the top six po- sitions in the order in which they occur are Sherry Jeffery, Linda Barrington. Erica Johnson. Karen Frederickson, Cathy Luhm and Cindy Remsberg respectivelv. .Ke n Kneeland tops the 'ju.ni.or men's seeding' chart followed by Dave Winn, Dan Barrom and Ray Barrington. Chuck Grytness is top seeied in the boys' 13 and under division followed by Jan Donald- son. Gregg Frederickson and Gary Frederickson. A PEE WEE baseball all-star game under the diredtion of Roy Kimbel will be held on Loop Field July 26. The public is invited to the evening affair. The boys will be split up into four teams and play two games of four innings each. The complete line-ups will be listed in next week's Journal. Trailblazers Hold Poker Run Sunday Shelton Trailblazers cycle club jo!ned the Tacoma Rambler cycle Club for a 250 mile round trip po- ker run Sunday. Sharon Johnston took third place and Paul Johnston fifth from the Ramblers. Paul Johnston won the rider's trophy and Mary Ho- gan grabbed the passenger trophy. A scouting party is scheduled to meet at Brockdale at 1 p.m. July 27. Next meeting will be held at the Walt Holloway home July 27 at 7 p.m. Soulhsido "A" Wins; Is "B" TWILIGHT A Southside Hillcrest Mt. View Kamilehe ................. Matlock Lat Southside 18, Southside 11, Southside as Mason A leaders action after wins during the Southside ing Matlock downing evening. Southside Matlock for fifth innin Southside son lead all raps including batting in : STEVE for the win in though re who came ed nine Mike Southside tory over lowed only batters himself, The so had a getting had the Kamilche, a that scored The shd.'t Southside .......... Kamilche Winner - eater. MatIock Southside Batteries: Valley, C] ro, Mt. View Hillcrest ................ Skokomish Matlock Southside 1V[t. View Hillcrest Mt. Bears 14-2 a firm League Tiger usually to only touched lc hits. An inning No Tap Bowlers crest, who adx/antage Top Qualifiers frames. Hillc The No Tap bowling team corn- ble witt posed of Ed Dunbar, Hap smith hind sou "t and Mac McInelly is leading the three-hi ' Men's Trio in total pins and heads don Allen BPAA tournament qualifiers, the winn No Tap's pin total is 1793. Oth- Steinburg, ers following include B & R Oil, scored two 1748; Mimo, 1717; John's Rich- Ken StO' field, I688, and Lucky X, 1673. of Matlocg The closing date for qualifying The hor the trios is July 21, Hillcrest Batteries Democrat Club t View g Adams an To Meet Toni hi .illcre++ Mattock Mason County Democratic Club de...inner. will meet at 8 p.m. tonight in the PUD Auditorium instead of meet- ing, as previously announced, with the county central committee. Wayne'Burnett, club president, announced that the club will com- plete plans for the August 4 Dem- ocratic picnic and will discuss , some fund-raising projects. ll! The club m+ettng is open to Y u all persons interested in the ac- tivities and principles of the De- mocratic party in Mason County. Denld 6to'up.+ H-onars Dr, Harry W, Deegan Dr. Harry W. Deeg'afi; retired ducdons Shelton dentist, was notified this week his name had been includ- ed in the 1963 edition of Who's Who In American Denistry. He received a certificate of ree- " ognition and a copy of the edition Start in which he is listed. Dr. Deegart was born in Shelton I Oct. 24, 1891 and received his ed- Ucation at Washington State Col- lege, the University of Pennsyl- vania and the College of Puget Sound. He practiced in Shelton many years and was also active in the oyster and dairy businesses, His hobby is breeding thoroughbred race horses. HORSE Dispersal Sale 30 HEAD PERMANENT REGISTEREI Offtering the largest number of one Registered Quarter Horses ever sold Over 16 years of Selective SUNDAY -- JULY 21st BUTH QUARTER HORSE FARM panaway, Washington - Owner: Versa coma VI %2250 - 12 Miles South of Mountain Hi Featuring outstanding bloodlines suet RED RYDER, JOE REED II and arid'their papers will bi available for from now until noon on the day of REFERENCE S BAILEY HANCOCK P-2668 This Jr. is well known throughout the Pa painted as outstanding quarter horse old. GOLDY'S BABE P-66693 Full brother who was grand champion at P. I, 2 yea COKE WAGGONER P-18390 R. O. around working cow horse. Used for rodeo pick up horse. ALSO PERSONAL M Auctioneer; R.LPH E. JOLLO Ph. WA TERMS; CASH