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PAGE 2 Anna Fordyce, 92 Passes Thursday Anna Fordyce, Route 1 Box 100. passed away Thursday in Shel- ton Manor Nursing Home at the age of 92. She was born Oct. 23. 1.871 in Randers. Denmark. She had been a resident of Mason County 54 years. Funerql services were held Sat- nrday at 10 a.m in Batstone Fun- oral Home. Rev. Clarence Lody of- ficiated. Interment was in Shelton Memorial Park. She is survived by two daugh- ters, Mrs. Annetta Carlson, Aber- deen and Mrs. Mabel Johnson, Sbelton WHEELIHG? T_Nff.00 "o- Sure hope you enjoy this lit- tle column we intend to bring to you each week and. although we plan to touch many, many subjects in which the automo- bile is the principal subject, you can anticipate our touching on many other tales of th, hi- ways and by-ways in this, our column, "WHEELING" . . . There are many cars that have stirred men's souls in the more than half a century oi automotive history . . . Tens of thousands of ears have been designed, but only an elite few will always be remembered . . . Cherished chariots that struck fire in the hearts of men . . . Among these were the great power gliders of the race tracks - high wheeled, hare riding and brass bright, their gaudy guts growling with pow- er, great iron engines spewing the magic perfme of castor oil . . . These were the giants of the road . . . The stuff a man's dreams are made of . . Next week we're going bacl to 1916 and the Pierce Arrow,,. QUALITY SERVICE at a FAIR PRICE . . . For all your TIRE NEEDS . PASSENGER, TRUCK or T'RACTOR .., NEW or USED tires available at MERV'S TIRECAP . . . 1st & COTA . . . 426-8104. Copr. 1960 Std. Features of Wn. i Services In Auburn For Belfair Man Funeral services were held at 2 p.m. Monday in Price Funeral Chapel. Auburn, for Harvey AI Alf, 71, Belfair. Burial was in Anbm'n Cemetery. Mr. Alf died at his home in Bel- fair A]fg'. 22. He was born in Howell Comity, Me.. Feb. 14. 1891 and came to Kent in 1906 and to Auburn in 1914. He operated a taxi business, thinking and fnel business in An- burn until 1947 when he went to Colville in 1947. He moved to Ton- asker in 1956 and to Belfair in 1961. Survivors include his wife, Mary Annie. Belfair: one son Vernon. Spokane; three daughters, Mrs. Helen Swihart Midway; Mrs. Ors Garner, Sumner. and Mrs. Mary Belle MeGinnis Tacoma: one step- son, Claude Ransome. Belfair. and one step-daugbter, Mrs. Gladys Graves, Spokane and one sister, I Mrs. Marie ............. Hudson, Tacoma. Francis J. Bowers Taken By Death Death claimed Francis J. Bow- ers of Tacoma on Tuesday, Aug. 20 at home. Mr. *$3owers had worked and lived in Mason County until his retirement in 1951. Rosary was said on Ag. 22 at 8 p.m. by Mr. Dan Brown. Funer- al services wme conducted by Batstone Funeral Home on Fri- day at 2 p.m. Father Wiechmann officiated. Burial was in Holy Cross Cemetery. Survivors include a sister. Mrs. Lucy Beatty, Tacoma; two daugh- ters, Mrs. Thelma Reynolds, Cou- lee Dam. Wash., and Mrs. Helen Bloomfield. Brinnon; four grand- children. 16 great grandchildren and several nieces and nephews. 00feat00er High Low Precip August 21 ........ 74 52 ,10 in. August 22 ........ 70 55 August 23 ........ 73 56 .07 in. August 24 ........ 70 54 .11 in. August 25 ........ 71 55 .01 in. August 26 ........ 75 53 August 27 ........ 80 47 LIQUOR SALES Sales at the Shelton store of the State Liquor" Control Board were $29,339.60 during July, it was reported this week. The sales con- sisted of $26.159.80 in retail sales and $3,179.80 in class H sales. \\; DOUBLI / DREAMSU N ... only Garland makes it. Creamy knit, dreamy colors, with dainty white ec ffng and jewel neck to dress it (and you) up. Of course it goes beautifully with all of our Garland classic skirts. $13.95 OTHER PULLOVER SWEATERS _j $7.95 to $16.95 CARDIGANS $8.95 io $16.95 SKIRTS $8.95 g up PANTS 100% wool FLANNEL $11.95 STRETCH $13.95 Vern Miller, Owner 409 Railroad Ave. Gene Hanson, Mann{let Ph. 426-6432 EHELTON--MAg0N COUNTY JOURNAL--PubIished ill (Christmastown U.g.A.", Shelton. Washington Thurgday, Kindergarten, F00,st Grade Time, Room Assignments Set These are the room and time Mrs. ,Va.qmr, level 3--12:30-2:45 assignments for first graclers and ldndergarten students in the Shel- ton school syslen-x for the first (lay of school Tuesday. The yo|m?,si.ers begin regular classes Wednesday with the first graders going all day and the kin- dergartcn pupils in either the nmr- ning el' :q.lternooM session. I{INDEI{G AIITEN Evergreen S(.hool. Mrs. MacWil- Items, Morning Session -- 9- 111:]5 a.m. Valor'to A1]noch. Nancy Archer. Christine Bacon. Frederic Bedell. Debra Sue Castle. Rachel Christ- ensen. Donald Coots. John Din'kin. Darlene Ferris. Toni Lynn Fonzo, Sandra Lee Glaset. Vicki Good]',). Daniel Hartwell. Donald Hartwcll. Clayton Hayes. Robert Holtorf, Michael Hovind. Morning" Session--10:30-11:45 Pamela Hunter, Christopher Jackson. Jennifer Knudsen, Diane Look. Patty Lund. Bradley Lyman, Terrie Lee Moran. Muriel Nelson. Valerie egg, Christopher Palmer, Dehorah Rebman, Robert Roller- son, Brenda Snvder. Janice Vik, Thomas Williams, Mitchell Wilson, Lori Jo Yost. Afternoon session - 12:30-1:45 l).m. David Austin, James Barrett, Mary Kay Bee, Naomi Carlson, Terry Dion, Pamela Ellingsworth, Gone Greenfield. Rick Grover. Car- la Hartley, Michele Hines. Sherrie Johnson, James Kieburtz. Bridget Kneeland, Steve Koch. April Kuhr, Marilee Matson. Judy Miller. Afternoon session - 1:45-3:00 p.m. Brian Moo. B'uce Monger, MeN via Morgan, Lori Nelson. James Parker, Andy Perkins, Kelly Pier- son, Brett Remsberg, Colleen Roach. Lorl Sehnader, Faye Shaw, Rebekah Stein. GreGory Tanner, Pamela Wiley, Susan Wyatt, Greg- ory York, Mt. View School - Mrs. Dayton: Morning Session - 9-10:I5 ram.: Janice Barnes, Alan Bennett. Scott Beyer, James Christy, Geral- dine Cross, Jennifer Cross, Mich- ael Doak. Lee Doherty, Shannon Duffey, Douglas Farrell Charlotte Hansen, Mark Johnston Marilyn Kahny, Douglas Kingery, Karen Kramer. Teryle LeGarde. Morning Session - 10:30-11:45: Coleen Lund. Kristie Manke Be- linda Nielsen, Wendie Phillips, Dennis Reed. Jeff cry Shortridge, Kurt Stacy, Michael Smith. Kevin Voss, Rebecca Wick. Arthur Wig- ton. Pamela Whitney, Susan Wood. Kimberly Wright, Terry Young, Jay Zamzow. Afternoon-session - 12:30-1:45 p.m. Vicki Barrett. Lawrence Baze, Randa] Bostrom. Caroline Chap- Fell, Victor Cummings, Patrick Datlam, Elizabeth Fleteher, Stew en Ford. Sharee Franklin, Michael Goodwin, Frank Gullett Michael Gullett, Bill Hanna. Sally Havens. Rose Henson, Donald Howard. Afternoon session - 1:45-3:00 p.m. Michael Johnson. Peggy Kane. Therese Mallinger, Gary MiMe- thun. Deborah Miller. Wayne Rae, Brad Richard. Herbert Savage, Terry Silcox. Joseph Simpson, Lo- retta Simpson. Mark Simpson, Wesley Stockwell, Jimmy Thomp- son, Cheri Tibbits. Bordeaux School - Mrs, Buzzard: Morninff session - 9-10:15 a.m.: Car61 Aitken. Kenneth Aitken. Lori Asche. June Barren. Robert Borning, John Buechel Terry Claussen. Joseph Coleman, Richard Florek. Miehelle Getty, Douglas Howard, George Johnson, Paul Ks- rain, Brian Kangas, Lori Lambert, Candiee Lisk, Dennis Neal. lIorning Session - 10:30-11:45 a.m. MeriAnn Nichols, Bruce Nutt, Scott O'Dell. Carleen Schumacher, Martha Sewell. JanMarie Sherid, Robert Smith Kathleen Steinberg, Daniel Taylor, Robert Twidwell. James Venzke, Paul Visminas. Cindy Woodard, Charles Wright, Donald Young. Afternoon session - 12:30-1:45 u.m. Kathleen Becket. Robert Blair, Blain Burgess, Sherry Chaplin, Walter Cowles, Scott Davidson. Michael Dittman, Kathy Downing, Gaff Fuller. Sherri Goodburn. James Henderson, Walter Hooker, Stanley Karvanek, 3ohn Keyzers, Pat Keyzers. Johnny LaBresh, Ke- via Leimback. Afternoon Session - 1:45-3:00 p.m. Daniel Larson, Kenneth Lewis, Peggy McNamara Alan Miljour, Chert Moore, Doris Morris, Scott Myers, Tracy Ridout, Margaret Robinson. Richard Salee. Brett Simpson, Dale Stansbury, Ruthann Thompson, Julie Robey, Carol Val- ley, Sari Wermlinger, Daniel Stroud. FIRST YEAR Evergreen Sehooh Mrs. Moss - 9-11:15 a.m. Erik Anderson, Bill Bryant, Bob- by Christensen, Diane Cole, Chris Cook, Joe Darden, Leigh Devaney, Joan Gibson, Bonnie Greenfield, Deborah Hayes, Debbie Huisingh, Debbie Johnson, Jon Laugen, Stev- en Lindsey, Brad Lowe, Debby Morgan, Anita Hurd, Lauru Jack- stadt. Mrs. Moss - 12:30-2:45 p.m. Charlene Mounts, Ryan Otne. Karmel Parker, Ginger Ring, Todd Seoles, Ted Simmons, Kim Snyder, David Steensen. Floy Sternberg, Diane Stewart, John Stewart, Ri- chard Stockwell. Shelley Sund Jeanie Van DeRiet. Tracy Welan- der, Mary Wittenberg. Mrs. Wagner, level 19-11:15 a.m. Debbie Browning, Frank Christ- ian." Mary Lynn Cress. Richard Durkin. Ricky Gish, Roland Hut- son. Debby Kane. Mark Lycan; Mi- chael Martin, Debts Mull, Lyle Renecker, Matt Smith, Billy Stein. Mark Way, Shelley York, p.n).: Richy Aldrich Shaune Dolan, Kevin Kangas, Bobby Keyzers, Er- ie Kimball Panl Livingston, Mar- vin Nicholson. Susan Perrine, Paul RoLertson. Nettle Sewell. gvonne York. MI. View Selrool: i'h's. Shimek - 9-ll:15 a.m. Jill Be:geson. Larry Bradley, Ja- nice Brown. Alan Clark. Carrie Cross. Shawn Dallam. Edith Dens- !ey, Ronald Dickinson, Barbara Dorcy, Patti Dougherty, Liana t,'o:'d, Cathy Hanson. Robyn Han- son Tami Jacobsen. Mrs. Shimek - 12:30-2:45 p.m. Jackie Jolley, Joan Kahny, Kar- nm Knight, Stan Kaszyeki, Danny Knutson, Gary Nelson, Cheryl Oakes. Alan mith, Sam Staey, Linda Shfller. Jan Turner. Connie Tuson, David Wick. Larry vVood. Mrs. Jefferson - 9-11:15 a.m. Teresa Avery, Micky Britt Shel- ly Brown. Steven Coleman, Dennis Fraisure, Allan Freeto, Julie John- son, Carolyn Joslin, Karen King- ery, Russell LaMent, David Leahy, Linda Little. Joyce Lund, Ronald Jones. Mrs. Jefferson- 12:30-2:45 l).m. Scott Manke, Jeff McGee, Do- reen egg, Shane egg, Judy Pile, Bonnie Pitts, Donald Rae. Curt Reed. Susan Ruddell, Delbert Schnitzer. Michael Smith. Pamela Sollock. Beverly Wilson. Duane Shortridge. Mrs. MeArthur - 9-1h15 ram. Becie Boxdorfer, Mike Coots. Jim Demers, Ray Evers, Chris Farreli, Ray Goodwin, Debra HeN ser. Karen Kellog, Russell Krum- pels, Toni Lewis, Kim McQuilkin, Grog Mallinger. Mrs. McArthur- 12:30-2:45p.m. Bobby Morken, Wayne Pile, John Rock, Craig Sawyer, Donald Smith, Kip Stacy, Nicki Stoner, Billy Stuart Ray Taylor, David Trail Debts ,Vatters, Karl Mac Vanderwal. Bordeaux Sehooh Mrs. Goodwin - 9-11:15 a.m. Debra Aitken, Lori Auseth Mi- chael Baeman. Scott Barnard. James Barren, Renee Bogrand. Pa- tricia Brewer. David Carlson. Al- an Clark. Donald Cole, Thomas Cruickshank, William Culpepper, Alvin Eagle, Ronali Fosdick. Mrs. Goodwin - 12:30-2:45 p.m. Paula George, Timothy Gillie, Merrieann Godding, Laura Hath- away, John Hurst, Gregory John- son, Kareh Kytta, Douglas Lane, Dale McDaniels, Connie Putvin. DeeAnn Nroh,, les "Waldrip, Rick Wtinery. Mrs. Mayer - 9-11:15 a.m. Crystal Boring, Dine Decicio, Randy Houle, Shelly Johnston, Julie Kamin. Tammy Hulbert, Sherri Knight, Patricia Landis, Timothy Linn. Susan McNamara, Jay Morris, Debra Morrill)n, Tina Pierce. Mrs. Mayer - 12:30-2:45 p.m. Dale Rae. Cary Sanpe, Barbara Senn. Mary Senn. Martin Settle, Lauren Smith. Glenn Thomure, Doug Twidwell, Rhonda Twidwell, Mark Wilson, Beverly Willson, Cynthia Zamzow. Mrs. Tindall - 9-11:15 a.m. Tammy Anderson, Donna Blan- ton. Edward Bloomfield, Robert Boelk, Terry Bolduc, Judy Caul- Bui/ding Permit PreSch0ol Registration Set Suit Action h Delayed A request from 14 residents of the affected area. asking that they be heard, delayed action in Mason County Superior Com't Fri- day on a disputed building per- mit for' an auto wrecking yard. W. A. Norris is seeking a court order to reverse the decision of the conntv commission that he not be granted a building permit fro' the construction of a building for lhe storage and sale of used auto parts at the intersection of Mill Creek Road and Highway 101. GLEN CORREA. representing a group of residents of the area wlm oppose granting the permit, filed a motion in Superior Court Friday asking that they I the residents of fhe area) be alh)wed to intervene as respondents in the suit to pre- sent, evidence to support the com- mission action. 5ohn Ragas. attorney for Nor'- ris, objected to spewing the mo- tion for intmentioa. Judge Raymond Clifford set Fri- day as the date for a hearing on Correa's motion. 'PILE MOTION for intervention delayed setting a date fez" hear- ing the case. which had been ex- pected in court Friday. The court will have to rule on whether or not the residents of the area will be allowed to enter" the case before a qearing date is set to decide the issue. FAIR (Continuod From Page I) Championship Canning Rossette: Kay Loertscher and Carolyn Ans- eth in a ie. Each girl will receive a Rossette. Champion Foods Rossette: Ken- ny Bare. J. C. Penney Award: Sandra Be- de with Karen Sternquist as al- ternate. National 4-H Dress Revue Con- testant: Sally Wolf. State 4-I1 Dress Rexate Contest- ant: Carolyn Auseth with Ruth Ann Trotzer as alternate. Child Care: Carol Evers and Alecea Ruddell (tie). Home Improvement: Kay Loert- scher, first; and Doris Hickson, second. Money bIanaffement: Beth Quim- by, first: Sally Wolf, and Colleen Shrum, second (tie). Electric: Tom Trotzer and Les- lie Snyder tied for" first, and Chuck Sheppard third. field, Ronald Freeman. Kim Griggs, Richard Howell. John Kim- merly, Mikel Grona Lorraine La- Ment. Mrs. Thdal] - 12:30-2:45 p.m. Marina LeGault, Donald Lisk, Robert Livingston, Joy Nesiell. Linda Nestell. Tens Nest'ell, Jot- da Nutt Alan Saeger, Benjamin Thomason. Kenneth Vatters. Lor- raine Wivell. Virginia Wright. I BREMERTON RODEO Thurs., Aug. 29 (Buck Nite) A SUMMER PLACE Troy Donohue, Sandra Dee SUSAN SLADE Troy Donohue, Connie Stevens Fri., Sat,, Sun.. Men., Aug. 30 - Sept. 2 EL CI D Charlton Heston, Sophia Loren ARMOURED COMMAND Howard Keel I At Hoodsport School Sept. 3 by Kathy Gray HOODSPORT Hood Canal Pre- School registration will be from 9 a.m to 10:30 a.m. Tuesday. Sept. 3 at Hoodspor School. Registra- tion fees will be accepted. Par- ents will have a short business meeting while children get ac- quainted. For nmre informatim] contact Mrs Rudy Schwab or Mrs. John Pill. Bill Bryant, Larry Spaulding and Rick Peterson took a four day hike last week. They started at the Duckabush River and hiked to Hart and Marmot Lakes. From there they went to O'neil Pass and around to Anderson Pass. then out the Dosewalips River. They hiked 47fi miles while it rained every day. CAROLYN ROBBINS, Virginia C]'Hlnb and Carolyn Schwab are at Black Lake Bible Camp this week. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Goodpaster traveled to Port Alberni. Canada and took a four day boat trill They also spent two days in Victoria. Mr. and Mrs. \\;Vebb are having open house Sept. 6 from 2 to 5 p.rn. at timir home on the Hamma Harems River' for Mrs. Allie Ahl who will be celebrating her 96th Birthday. They request no gifts. Mrs. Ann Anderson and Mrs. Mary Elaine Dickenson had Sew- ing Club Wednesday evening at Anderson's home. The club gave Mrs. Maxine Peterson a going away gift. Bob Smith and Norm Gray trav- eled to Neah Bay for a few days. The trip was a great success, as they came home with their limit of fish. VISITING MR. and Mrs. W. G Mohrmann are Mike Howard from North Ridge, Calif.. and Mrs. Mohrmann's mother. Mrs. E. Hall fTom Maywood, Calif. Miss Pare Gable from Redondo is visiting her aunt and uncle. Mr. and Mrs. Archie Calahan. Jerry Smith has been visiting at Pleasant Harbor with his cousin. Darrell Peterson. Mr. and Mrs. Max Schmidt trav- eled to Victoria. B.C. and during their stay visited Buchart Gardens. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Peterson and family spent the weekend in Woodburn, Oregon Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Hale and Mr. and Mrs. Archie Calahan went to Seattle to see "Camelot." Playshod Is Being Organized Again Playschool for pro-school young- sters in Shelton is being organ- ized for another year. All children ages three to five are eligible. They participate in group play, stores, rhythm band and educational puzzles. A montl:ly fee is charged to cover epenses of the program. Anyone interested may call Mrs. Calvin Poe, 426-8658 or Mrs. Al- bert Luhm, 426-'6105. IN POLICE On the docket in Court Monday Halbert were beke. no valid .12. forfeit: drnuk in public, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Smitt and err P. Major. drun family traveled to Yakima to visit forfeit: Rov F. their' son. Kenny. possession of liqU Mr. and Mrs. John Shm'tsleeves Dqlc L. Taylor, have returned from their visit in sion of and DRIVE-IN THEATERS KITSAP LAKE Buck Night Every Night Wed. Thurs., Fri., Sat.. Aug. 28-31 Which one is the strongest? HERCULES UNCHAINED Steve Reeves GOLIATH AND THE BARBARIANS ATLAS Sun., Men., Tues., Sept. 1-3 RIO BRAVO John Wayne, Ricky Nelson THE SHEEPMAN Glenn Ford, S. MacLaine Seattle. Mrs. Bunnic Denison. M'rs. ,Io- Ann Grubb. Mrs. Shells Tolcr an( Mrs. Charolette Winne traveled to a P.T.A. Leadership Conference at Olympic Junior College in Brem- erton last Tuesday and Wednes- day. John Denison went to a Pacific Oyster Growers Convention m Vancouver. B.C. last Wednesdqy, Thm'sday and Fridqy. Visiting Mrs, Anna Johnson were Mr. and Mrs. A1 Alexander and Sally from Seattle, MRS. SHELIA TOLER, Mrs. Jo- Ann Grubb and Mrs. Vcrna Rae were the hostesses of a double ba- by shower for' Mrs. Ronald Koenig and Mrs. Terry Morse last Thurs- day evening at Mrs. Toler's home. There were 16 guests and prizes were won by Mrs. Janice Cwait- kowski. Mrs. Dean Fieldhouse and Mrs. Arlene Nesbit. Visiting in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Gone Spaulding are Mr. and Mrs. James Thnrman and family and Mr. and Mrs. Lee Yeager and family - all of San Diego, Calif. They are here to attend the wedd- ing of Jim Thurman to Sandi Yea- ger Monday evening at the Hoods- port Church. The young couple plan to make Hoodsport their home. All forfcit; Scott W. in possession and uor. $25 fm.feit; Lee minor in suming liquor, E. Wilson. forfeit : George ishing liquor and $2.50 drunk in public, See Our OK L A qual00ly tlr.,, al a prloe P" can afford, END OF MODEL YEAR CLEANUP SALE ALL 1963 MODELS MUST GO. Plymouths - Valiants (Sorry All Sold Out On ChrysleD Cars Factory Equipped With Undercoat Back-up Light' Some with Automatic Tra Power Steering and other WE HAVE -- SEDANS  WAG01qS 2 DOOR HARDTOPS 6 Cyl. & V-8 Ask us about Our Special oeal o Our Executive Cars. 1 - Plymouth and 1 - Valiant WE NEED USED GARS GOME IN AND TRADE :NOW Our 1964 Models Will Be Here shorllY We Musl Make Room KIIEL HOTORS, IlIC; CHRYSLER --- PLYMOUTH  VAIIAN INTERNATIONAL TRucKS 707 SOUTH FIRST ST, pHONE Rayonier Incorporated Olympic Research Division Shelton, Washington OFFICE OF THE MAYOR Shelton, Wash. Aug. 29, 1963 CITIZENS OF SHELTON: Fellow Citizens- Sept. 3 marks the opening Of most schools m our .area. This means hundreds of children will be at play, or going to and from school, which necessitates crossing many streets. This is where you come in. Obey signals, stow down, watch, save a child's life. We're proud of our low accident record in the past . thanks to your cooperation. We must resolve that not one accident will occur this year. Let's outlaw traffic tra- gedies from our community. Each one of us must accept the responsibility for m a k i n g our streets safe for everyone. Drive carefully. Sincerely, Frank Tracts, Jr. Mayor of Shelton RAYONIER CITY OF SHELTON POLICE DEPT. PAUL B. HINTON Chief of Police A public service sponsored by AS THE big parade back to school be- gins, it's time for you, as a responsible driver, to go "on the alert". Especially near schools, drive so that you can "stop on a dime" .... and make sure that your brakes are in shape to let you do that. Keep a sharp eye out for chil= dren crossing the streets, riding bikes, chasing balls into traffic, at play most anywhere. Wisely count a minute gain- ed as trifling when weighed in the bal- ance of a young life lost. Drive always as if every child on the streets were your own. DRIVE LOVINGLY KIDS LOVE LIFE