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1, 1963 SHELTON--MASON COUNTY. JOURNAL .-- Published in "Ch, ristmastown,, U.S.A.'", Shelton, Washhlgton PAGE 7 Matlock Ladies Club Holds Meeting Top Pro Runner Here Aug. 17 At Grange Hall Last Wednesday By Dora Hearing dies club held its regular meeLing I MATLOCK The Matloek La- last week Wednesday at the Grange Hall with Mrs. Clifford Ford as hostess. Mrs. Andrew Me- Lent's, Inc ,va.00 co,o00r0000o00. - There were Lwo visitors, :Mrs. m JohD McGarvie and Miss Margaret McGarvie. The Riverside Ladies bi &  Club has invited our Ladies Club ng, Electrical Meta to Schafer Park Wednesday, Aug. 7 for a noon luncheon. The second Since 190"/ meeting in August will be post- poned until \\;Vednesday, Aug. ,28 on account of MaSon County fair. Bremerton, Wash. Mrs Edward Valley attended the Mason Connty 4-H Camp .this,! week at Panhandle lake, MRS. RUTIt Wamsley of Il- linois spent a few days last week with her sister and family here, Mr. and Mrs. William Avery. Jerome Kurtti of the U.S. Air Force stationed at Moses Lake was a dinner guest at the Elvin Hearing home Tuesday, He is known here as Jerry Prall and at- tended Mary M. Knight school. He also visited many friends in this viciuity, Mrs. I. C. Ford and Mrs. J. R, Singleton spent both Wednesday and aturday with Mr. and :Mrs. J. D. Simpson of Bremerton to visit Chester Singleton and daugh- ter Linda,. who were there from Livermoor, Calif. MR, AND MRS. LeROY Boothe and family of Hoquiam and Mr. I and :Mrs. Hcrbet;t Brehmeyer Jr. I and family spent Sunday at the l I.C. Ford home they " celebrated Diane Booth's birthday. Tyler and McNEIL David Boothe are staying with their grandparents this week. Mr. and :Mrs. George Twidwell of Skokomish spent Sunday With the Kenneth Howard family, Mr. and Mrs. Lad Rossmaier and Mrs. Sam Diggle and 'child- ren attended the Nye family re- union and picnic at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Roland Gerth of Tacoma Sunday. Mr. and :Mrs. R. E. Bradberry and Mr. and Mrs. Wes Goodburn' and son and Jimmie Densley, all of Shelton picnicked Sunday at the Bradberry farm here. JACK & JILL TOUINEY The right and left-hand combi- nation of Ralph and Viv Davison was high with a 1032 total pins for five lines and top money Sun- day at the Timber Bowl. The Legal Publications Davisons had won second place O HARDWARE PAINTS money tile week before, cotu'|' ROAD PROJECT NO. 416 , ,:: , In tile matter of C.R.P. No. 416 zo be constructed on ][ason Courtly Road 1 mile off highway on Cole Road . MEN'S TRIO Nn. 340 known locally as the Matlock- The lnen's trios will travel to Deckerville road. and more ST)mifical- Road B id - u-er's S  -u ppy three bowlVanclver in teams theBWlout zone of this finals.12 weekend entries The tOPin, to THE N.IY ITlcated R BOARD 6IsW.W.M.HEREByin See.oF COUNTY 10 and 15.RESOLVED COMM1S- Twp. BY 20 chide the Cruds -1829 (Ralph SIONERS that it is timir intention to Ph. 426-8224 Simpson. Dean Smith, :Morley construct a bridge over the Dry Bed Cree, k. and that said work is to be l)er- Preppernau) : No Taps -1793 (Ed formed by contract in accordance with Dunbar. Hap Smith, :Mac :McInel-' the Washington State Standard Spee- ly) and the Grange Trio IHenry ifieations for Road and Bride Con- struction as adopted by lIaslln County. Cook, Ton] Olson. :Max :Mikkelson). BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that One from every l0 teams will the above described County Road Pro- go tO the state finals at Spokane ject is necessary and prolwr, and the in late August. cstin/atcd costs of said pro.iect are herewith set out in detail as follows: -- VEATHER -- Engineering' and YOUR GLASS TO US on our "know how" to save and money when it comes to glass Because we know what we are Why) you can be sure we'll do it we{ 5 rOVe ,ts., A Subsidiary of P. N. Hirsch & Co. SUMMER RANCE TINU Terrific Values In All Departments Lots of Empty Boxes High Low Precip. July 24 .............. 65 53 .16 July 25 .............. 72 54 -- July 26 ............. 80 50 -- July 27 ............. 77 52 -- July 28 .............. 73 54 -- July 29 .............. 67 49 - -- July 30 .............. 70 54 -To Late To Glassif!f FOR SALE -- Female spayed poodle, standard $30. Phone-426-3631. H 8/1 LOST -- 8-ft. row boat. Royal blue outside, yellow inside with blize oars. Hamnmz'sley Inlet. Please call 426- 3655. C 8/1 -iOR SALE -- 1g-in. used tricycle ]n excellent condition. $10. Call 426- 6501. H 8/1 In good condition. $60. Phone 426- 3871. C 8/1 FOR - SALE  -:t-alga-ny -,x(fi;i- table and pads; one twin bed. Good Beauty Rest set, $40. G.E. electric range, excellent condition. Phone 426-8194. A 8/1 "'r Used apartment size range. Call Kul, t tMann. 426-6592. g/1 FOR RENT -- One bedroom e-d duplex. $40, 426-2081. B 8/1 tfn 'T JUST T THERE! SELL " (like. that darn cat) Journal Want Ads 15 word ad 1 Week $1.00 " 2 weeks $1.60 " 3 weeks $2.00 Phone 426-4412 ABNER HAYNES, rated the best runner in pro football, will lead the Kansas City Chiefs against the Oakland Raiders, Satur- day, August 17, in the University of "Washington stadium. The game, which is sponsored by Greater Seattle. Inc.. marks the first appearance of American Leagne football ia this area. Kansas City is the defending champions, PRO GRIDDERS MANE ANNUAL SEATTLE VISIT AUGUST 17 SEATTLE (Special) - The man many experts believe to be the "best runnm, in football" will lead the Kansas City Chiefs against the Oakland Raiders in Univm:sity of Washington stadium. Saturday, Aug. 17. Hc is Abner Ha,]es. a 6-foot. 190-pounder. who came into pro- football three years ago as an un, heralded rookie back from North Texas State. It took "him just long enough to draw a uniform before he was setting the American Foot- ball Leagne on fire with an im- pressive first-year performance. Haynes became the AFL's first "Player of the Year" in 1960, and it was his sparkling runbacks of punts and kickoffs that made him a virtual unanimous selection to the all-league team for three years. During the 1962 campaign Haynes set a league record with 1.9 touchdowns and finished sec- ond in rushing with 1.049 total yards. He won the nmhing title in 1960 and narrowly missed the crown in 1961 despite missing three games. The Kansas City all-slar clicked off more than 100-yards per game contingencies $ 1.300.00 Road Cimstruction 300.00 Bridge Construction 12.560.00 TOTAL $14.160,00 The County Road Project lwrein de- scribed is HEREBY DECLARED to Im a public necessity, and the County Road Engineer is HEREBY ORDERED AND AUTHORIZED to rot)oft and 1)rn- teed thereon as by law provided. ADOPTED this 29th day of July, 1963. Boaz'd of County C)lnl/lissioncl's of Mason County. Washington HARRY ELMLUND. acting chnm JOHN BARIEKMAN Attest : C. Solon ,{ason. Clerk of tile Board g/] it COUNTY BOAD PIIOJECT NO. 415 In the nlatler of C.R.P No. 415 to be constructed on ]{ason County Road No. 242 known locally as tlle Skokonlish Valley road. and more specific'air lo- cated in NV,' .... ' 4 W "" , Sec. 18. Twp. 21 N. 1% . W. iYl. IT IS HEREBY RESOLVED BY THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMIS- SIONERS thaL it is their intention to construct a bridge over the Lower Vance Creek and that said work is tn be performed by contract in accord- ance with the Washington Slate Stand- ard Specifications for Road and Bridge Construction as adopted by Mason County. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the above described Connty Road Pro- ject is necessary and pr,,per, and tile estimated costs of said project are herewith set out in detail as follows: Engineering and contingencies $ 2.800.00 Road Construction 1,470.00 Bridge Construction 26.230.00 TOTAL $30.500.00 scThedCunt Road Protect her( n de- ' ;'1" s HEREBy DECLARED to tie a pup le necessity, an('/ the County Road Ena'ineer i i2IEREBY ORDEREr0 AND AIJTHORZE D to report and proceed thereon as hy law provided. ADOPTED" thi,u  29th day of July 1963. ' ' Board of County Commissioners of Mason County, Washington HA Rny EI,MI IT?gO. acting ctlnm. uN BvTAN a, ttest : C. Nolan Mason. Clerk of the tloard 8/1 It R CALL ]POR BIDS enewal of Small Boat Moorage Pull and reset piling (API)roximatety 19) Nineteen " Cimstruct now main float, 412 ft. long and 6 ft. Wide on floatation prank. This floaI to r{ln 117 ft, south fom City Dock, on west end of moorage tO a point 26 ft. north of Pine St. and to join With a section 285 ft.. long ,t april, of P00ne st - St act 22 finger floats 30 ft, long oy  It. wide on floatation. Remove boats to tcnlporary l/lOOrflgo, Relnove old floats and place new finger floats. Plee and secure on to new float tile outer ast end section now ill use hasWaS-.installed in 1962. This cx- . a instance of 45 fl. along Pinb, St.. then it makes a right angle turn and runs north for 81 ft. to join a "T" float running 81 ft ea.t and west. Cut ,*his float t' {he right angle and SWlUR- it to run east. tbus, ex- tending the float running 26 ft. north of Pin0 St. another 81 fl and making the "T" float run north and south. Constract a 41"1 ft. long by 4 ft. w de boarding ramp and install it in place. otY:,';: ,ats to no,,. n.,o,'age. P,ace o r2,,:,us lot' light and power lines. ,,.,,tal, Water lille and moorage cleats. b o Ilia qnR'er floats to be installed on the inner (North) side of the nmin floats. 6 on the south side. (the Pine St. side. wcs{ (lld) Ski(1-'nrd Plywood is to "be lsed for decking. . Bids can be left at the Ford Garage oth & Railroad, Shclton. Wash. All b!ds ,,,,,,,, _._wi!l be opened and read at the remuar ;nrs;;'r_meeting of the iort Conl- _  aagust 18 1963 at 8:00 p.m., m ,.a. -..--Masn UOunty Court' House, Tile Corn 'Sr:''Sa-r-eserve ,- nyor the rigllt to ae.cept "  " all bids. 8/1-'R 2t on two instances in '60, three Limes in '61 and four times in 1962. His best single game out- put was 164 yards against Buffalo in '62. Haynes scored five touchdowns in one game in the '61 season, and marked up four teedee's in 1962. Even though Haynes faces com- petition from touted all-Americans like Billy Cannon, he has become the symbol of the American League's exciting brand of play. Through the medium of television millions ave thrilled to his elec- trifyDg long jaunts, and his pass receiving efforts have nearly eq- ualled his running prowess, Tickets for the Greater Seattle, inc.. grid classic are on sale at the University of Washington tic- ket office in Edmundson Pavilion; Sherman Q Clay agency, 1624 4th Ave.. Seattle: and at numerous outlets throughout the State. What's Doing Among Our SERVICEMEN inlUllllnn||lunlulnlnlnulln N|u i, Army Pvt. Edward L. Kichn, son of Mr and :Mrs. Herbert H. Kiehn. Belfair. is a member of the 1st Cavalry Division which this month commemorates its 20th year of service in the Far East. The division is stationed along lhe demilitarized zone separating South Korea from North Korea. The unit departed the U.S. in July 1943, for the Pacific. During World \\;Var II. the division was the first unit to enter Manila and the first to enter Tokyo. Later. during the Korean \\;Vat. the divi- sion was the first to enter Pyong- yang, the capital of North Korea. Kiehn is a heavy equipment op- erator in Company D. of the div- ision's 8th Engineer Battalion in Korea, He entered the Army in November 1962 and completed ba- sic combat training at Fort Ord, Calif. : $ :i: Airman LeRoy W. Clark. son of Mrs. Lillian O. C']ark. Belfair. is being reassigned to Ft. Bclvoir. Va.. for technical training as a United States Air Force mapping specialist. Airman Clark. who enlisted in the Air Force a short time ago, has completed his initial basic mil- itary trainiffg at Lacklmid AFB, Tcx Glenn C. Story, aviation boats- wain's mate third class. USN. son of :Mr. and Mrs. Glenn C. Story, Shelton. is serving aboard the at- tack aircraft carrier USS Constel- lation, a Seventh Fleet unit, which recently participated in a joint U.S. Republic of Korea amphibious exercise dubbed "Operation Flag- pole" and conducted near Seoul, Korea. The training exercise involved 67 ships plus numerous Marine air and ground units of both nations. Grant O. Hartline. airman ap- prentice. USN. son of Mr. and Mrs. William Hartlind, Shelton, recently completed the four-week Aviation Mechanical Fundament- als School at the Naval Air Tech- nical Training Center. :Memphis, Tenn. The course is required for entrance at either Aviation Ma- chinist's Mate School or Aviation Strnctural Mechanic School. both located here. NO ,LEGION MEETING American Legionnaires are re- minded by Adjutar!t Mel Dobson that there will be o meeting of Fred B. Wivell post next Tuesday due to the summer schedule of one meeting a month plus the fact that many Legmnnaires will be attending state convention in Yak- lma. Summer Recreation i Track Ends With Two Saturday Meets SUllllner recto:iLion track action wound up with 1we meets Satur- day, an all-comers affair at the University of Pmtland and an all- girl meet at West Seattle. Although the reg'ular summer recreation track slate is completed two young Shelton cinder star's and possibly a third will compete in a Junior Olympics meet at Ed- nlonds August 4. Hoodsport fems Darleen Gray and Jeanne Peterson will make the trip for sure while 12-year-old Lee Burfien(1 may also lravel to Edmonds. DARLElqN notched two firsts and a third place at West Seattle while Jeanne got a second. Dar- leen won the 50-yard dash in 6.9 lhe 100 in 12.9 and was third in the broad jump at 14-1. Jeanne was runner-up in a personal best high jump of 3-10. Burfiend was the big Shelton point man in the 11 and 12-year- old boys' division at Portland. He garnered firsts in the high jump at 4-2 and' the 120 low hurdles iu 18.6; tied for first in the pole vault at 7-6 and the 220 at 29.7, and heaved the shot 23-11 for sec- ond place. Don Pierson tied for first in "[he pole vault' with BuFf lend and Kim Whiteaker was third in the same event. Chuck Grytness. who regularly performs in the 13 and 14-year-old class, went down a div- ision because only one 220 race was run and tied with Burfiend. G II.'I NESS shifted back to his own division and pieked up thirds in the low hurdles and pole vault. Dennis \\;Vhiteaker was second in the pole vault at 10-0 to Olympia's Mike Monahan. Charles Saibel. Olympia, got a first in the eight pound shot going 44-6 and a sec- ond in the dius at @0-7. Rollie Duckham was third in the 440, running it in 57.7. In the 15 and 16-year-old divi- sion Mike Brickert raced over the high hurdles in 17.8 for a first. got second in the 440 at 57.2 and was third in the low hurdles. Jim Rice had a second in the mile and Dick Clintworth. Olympia, third in the pole vault Brian Brickert was second in the 17 and 18-year-old 440 at 53.1. Morley Preppernau and Pete Buechel were victors in the open division. Preppernau was first in the broad jump at 21-7. tied for first in the 120 low hurdles in 14.3 and was second in the 120 highs in 17.8. Buechel tossed the iron ball 45-2 for a first while nab- bing third in discus and high hur- dles. Three Magic Number F0r Bennetl L0ft Three was the magic number in Shelton pigeon racing Sunday. Three Jim Bennett birds took the top Tiree positions in the Shelton Racing Pigeon Club's Third young bird race from Salem. Ore. Five lofts and 82 birds entered the competition. BENNETT'S gLUE wft. cock aired over 155,024 miles in 1065.- 998 yards per minute for first place. His silver cock was clocked in 1047.580 ypm for second while his red coek was timed in 1,045.840 ypm for tim'd. Paul Biglcy pigeons held down the next' three spots. His blue hen was a distant fourt'h in 981.273 ypm followed by a blue check hen and another blue hen. Bigley en- tered 24 birds. Dick Giles, who had 27 entries, took the last three places. His blue hen flew in at 913.899 for 7th. place. There were no reports from Lwo other lofts in the race. TIDES OF THE WEEK Computed for Hood Canal Oakland Bay ttdes are 1 hr. and 50 rain. later and plus 3.0 ft. i Friday, Aug:ust 2 High .............. 2:23 a.m. 8.9 ft Low _ ............. 9:56 a.m. -0.2 ft. High .............. 5:32 p.m. 10.1 ft. Low _ ............. 10:36 p.m. 6.6 ft. Saturday, AugU,t 3 LOW COST HOME LOA00S NEW CONSTRUCTION -- REMODELING PURCHASE 6 % On Reducing Balances No Commission Charges Mason County Savings & Loan Assoda|ion TITLE INSURANCE BUILDING SHELTON JUST ARRIVED! --NEW SHIPMENT OF-- GIRLS' COATS AT THE Little & Big Shoppe High Style Coats Are Priced From $12.98 to $19.98! Lay Away If Desired OPEN FRIDAY EVENINGS SELECT EARLY- UNTIL 6:00 P.M. Les Jos|in SUGGESTS/ VACATION TIME IS ACCIDENT TIME. MORE ACCIDENTS OC- CUR DURING SUMMER WHEN PEOPLE ARE ENJOYING VA- CATIONS. A WEST COAST LIFE ACCIDENT POLICY CAN HELP PROVIDE AGAINST FINAN- CIAL LOSS. %1 ACIDENlr II|ALlrll e 1627 SUMMIT DRIVE PHONE 426.-6373 BUD PAULEY DODGE USED CARS 1957 PLYMOUTH STA. WGN ............. 00795 V-8 - Std Trans. 1956 PLYMOUTH STA. WGN ............ $645 V-8 - Automatic 19,55 CHEV. STA. WGN ........................ $[d[ 2/Dr, - 6 Cyl. Std. Trans. 1956 FORD 2-Dr ....................................... s395 V-8 - Overdrive 1955 PLYMOUTH 4-Dr ........................... $gl[ V-8 - Automatic - Sharp 1954 DODGE 4-Dr .................................. $295 V-8 - Automatic Clean Car GET A GOOD DEAL ON A 63 DODGE WHILE WE STILL HAVE A NICE ASSORTMENT OF 63's PAgLEY MOTOBS Front St. & Railroad Ave. Phone 426-8183 High .............. .3:07a'm' Low , ............. 10:34 a.m. -0.8 ft, High .............. 6:06 p.m. 10.6 ft. Low .............. 11:07 p.m. 6.4 ft. Sunda3, August 4 High .............. 3:51 a.m. 9.2 ft. Low . ............. 11:11 a.m. -1.1ft. High .............. 6:36 p.m. 11.0 ft. Low . ............. 11:57 p.m. 6.0 ft. Monday, AuguSt 5 High .............. 4:36 a.m. 9.3 ft. Low _ ............. 11:49 a.m. -1.3 ft. High ............. 7:05 p.m. 11.2 ft. Tuesday, August 6 High .............. 5:22 a.m. 9.4 ft. Low .............. 0:35 a.m. 5.5 ft. High .............. 7:34 p.m. 11.4 ft. Low . ............. 12:27 p.m. -1.2 ft. Wednesday, August 7 High .............. 6:11 a.m. 9.4 ft. Low .............. 1:14 a.m. 4.8 t. High .............. 8:04 p.m. 11,5 ft. Low .............. 1:05 p.m. 0.9 ft. Thursday, Au/nzst 8 High .............. 7:04 a.m. 9.2 ft. Low . ............. 1:57 a.m. 4.0 ft. High .............. 8:36 p.m. 11,5 ft. Low _ ............. 1:46 p.m. -0.1 ft. Merry T;llar SCOTS I otors and extlmlioUl'lm l"  " wide- is tim tlifty pawe " " package for imall gardea ! plots. Combines 2 hp wltk 'LJ cka{n-dr{vo transmlsslon le  did{vet oquivalent of a 4 hp worn-gear unit. Comes with I er transpall whee l- '139so Saeger Motor Shop on H illcrest ANSWERS iHSTAHTLY "Gee." This was the staggering statement made by the young gentle- man above in reply to his grandmother's delighted voice. His parents had phoned Grandma long distance to introduce him to the clan. Grandmother, who had been feeling lonely, stated: "'Bless his heart-- I can't wait to see him. Thank you, dears, for calling-it's almost like having you all here." Have you shared some happiness with [riends and family lately? Why not tonight? (The rates are /S0-- even lower after 6, you know.) PACIFIC NORTHWEST BELL