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July 25, 1963     Shelton Mason County Journal
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nySb, :gGa qlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll12 OUTDOORS IN MASON COUNTY llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll! ER SLOWS N CATCH the past many fisher- of fish includ- silver. clotted the few. had by far the of the week, a ,36-6 Morgan's char- Sunday. -War- with a 1.l-0 Island Sunday to Art Outler, Lambert, Ellen Greenwood, boaters were Roy 3-0 Thurs- 3-0 Sun- a 20-0 king Went to Mrs. Thursday, and 5-12 Tuesday. reports px- on high catch re- Week was Dan including ronaa "local lake" NEAR for mountain applications is Aug, announc- be made on name and huntirrg the specific permits are may apply g to determine applicants will curtly Courthouse ItELTON---MAgON COUNTY JOURNAL .Published in "Chrfstmastown, U.S,A.",. Shelton, Washington :3 r_..lu, ri r_ I ) I"l./ I --uafl bOrlllll" proudly displays six large rain- .bows he caught Sunday, but lim- ited the location of the catch on- ly by saying he hooked them at a "local lake". The heaftiest 'bow of this weight limit scales 3 Ibs. (photo by Verle's Sport Shop) OLYMPIC NATIONAL FOREST RECREATIONAL REPORT Shelton Ranger District Roads are in good condition. Redecking on the high steel bridge has passed, the half-way marK. Light use of campgrounds has oc- curred due to cooler, wet wea- ther. Rivers have risen somewhat due to heavy rains. Some vine ma- ple has already begun to turn red. Hoodsport Ranger District All roads are open and passable except the one that crosses the Dosewa]lips River. District camp- grounds experienced light use the past weekend due to rain. All trails are open. Fishing report was fair in all waters. Hoodsport Ran- ger Station had 1.76 inches of rain from Saturday night to Monday afternoon. The average rainfall for the station during the rnontll of July is 0.60 .inches. Jupiter Lookout reported snow showers Sunday and Monday. four sal- Charter boat Port Sunday, was satis- is 36 lb. 8 erie's Sport ton boys have signed up for the National Guard recently, M/Sot. Ken Rose said Tuesday. Floyd L. CarL', 26. originally with the Shelton Guard unit and now living in Olympm, will attend the Washington Military Academy at Fort Lewis for officer candid- ate training. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd M Carr. Shelton. LeROY F. AUWFIN. 18. will will leave for six months' basic training at Fort Ord. Calif.. AuK. 4. He was gradmted from Shclton high school in $,une and is tile son of Mr. and Mrs, \\;Va.lter D. Austin. Shelton. The second new recrull: IS loy E. Kadoun 17, who will be a sen- ior at Irene S. Reed next fail. Kadoun will not lEaVe for basic training until next summer, but will partieipale in the Shelton Guard unit's field training at Ya- kima in August. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence D. Eadoun, Shelton. The next scheduled drill will be Monday at 7:30 p,m,, M/Sgt, Rose said that the meeting slated for this weekend has been cancelled. He said that the Shelton Guard re'day. Taylor. as presiden of the Washington State public l ItiJily District Association. too!-: part in the program with a presentation i,o L, a. Richardsoll. comm:'ssioner ot Chelan PUD 1, which built tl,( dam Friday the group ,attended a joint meeting of the Eastern ann Southwest Washington :PUD asso- ciations. Friday Evening was a ballrluet and program for the dedieatkn of Reeky Reach Saturcmy. the dedication of the dam was hi.h! The local delegation left Th'm,s.. day afternoon and ctm'ned lat( Saturday. unit will be taking its 15 days of field training at the YaMma Fir- ing Center Aug. 16. Yakima Fruit TREE RIPENED ORDERS TAKEN Lemke's Service Phone 426-6779 I,::i ii| iiii r YOUR LETTERHEAD DOES IT REPRESENT YOUR BUSINESS AS IT IS TODAYi' Your letterhead ts important. A attractive, tasteful letterhead can in- crease the prestige and impact of your correspondence. It should b up-to-date, assuming the present- day personality of your business. If ou think your letterhead could stand improvement, come In and discuss it with us. We'll be glad to supply you .with a type layout or art sketch of a "new look".for your letterhead and envelope. No charge or obliga. rico. of coursa, IIUNTING PAiilPI|LETS AVAILABLE 5lOiN I)AY The general pamphlet ror the 1963 hunting seasons will be av- ailable from hunting and fishing license dealers by Monday, the State Game Department announc- ed recently. This pamphlet, with ntmting un- its marked on the state map on tl:e back, contains all seasons for big game animals as welt as ear- ly hunt dates for upland birds. General season dates for upland birds have not yet been estab- lished, however, leath of an his GI in- in ac- wishes ? percent of man- Ad- said survey. a reminder veteran had as his or of time. the veter- reques- settle- veterans' ca- marriage Place, but "was the his for- as the VA must ry by Said. to Will notify" they reach di- they wish their Per- officer DON'T JUST Sff THERE! SELL Something. I (like. that darn eat) : :!i'.; :: :):::[i:,::. Journal Want Ads 15 word ad 1 week $1.00 2 weeks $1.60 3 weeks $2.00 Phone 426-4412 ........ i ................................. ii ............. i i i PAGE 5 [:tO0 e IVIODEL (LEARAN([ ' ONE ONLY-SAVE 80 Floor model 40" Gibson Range All the work space you'll ever need! Handy cutting board with slots to protect your carving knife set. .o0u,.. o,oo ,1399s 229.95 OUR SALE W/T .... ONE ONLY 40" T appan Range 2 chrome eye level ovens rotisserie, with roast control & cutting board oor >,or ,4499 s reg. 649.95 SALE WIT ., A BIG ONE 12 eu. ft. 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FREE: Your choice of a sge value radio or hair dryer with purchase of advertised applian- ces! (This Thur., Fri., Sat. Only) LEM WARREN REFR000000ERATION Sales & Service 2nd & Cota Sis. _ =2 _ "-:- ......... ' "L -" .................. i Local Guard Uoit fecal PUD Group i Dedication Of Dam Gets Recruits .o,..,,.,,,,, ,..,,,,, :,,:,,,. ,n0 J;C]{ Co]e, c()1111issior,2r:-; of ]bib- I lie Utility District 3 aud .],,ry One former Sheltonite x\\;as ac- Samples, "manager, attended th'e cepted for the state officer's can- dedicalion of Rocky Reach Dam , didate school and two other Shel- near \\;Venatchee Phiday and Sat-