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September 5, 1963     Shelton Mason County Journal
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PACE 2 gIIELTON MA0N COUNTY JOURNAL Published in "Ohristmastown, U.KA.", ghelton, Washington Thursday, Weather Itigh LoW Preeip. Aug. 2g ............. 80 53 - Aug. 29 ........... 87 49 Aug. 30 ............ 70 56 Aug. 31 ............... 67 57 -- Sept.  .......... 70 58 .05 Sept 2 ............. 77 56 Sept 3 ........... 86 50 -- Ra yonier Inc. Economy is half tile battle of life: it is not so tlard to earn mo- ey, as to spend it well. -Charles H. Spurgeon Silhouettes of your children done photographically by Dean... Sept. 12 - 13 - 14. Watch next Journal for details. (pd. =dv.) SCHOOL MENU Menus for Shelton Elementary Schools and Shelton Senior High School: Week: Sept. 9 - 13 Monday  Spaghetti with meat, sugar peas. hot buttered French bread, applesauce, milk. Tuesday--Chili con carne, car- rot and celery sticks, peanut butter' sandwiches or bread and butter, fruit cobbler, milk. Wednesday -- Creamed turkey or mashed potatoes, whole ker- nel corn, bread and butter, fruit, milk. Thursday  Spanish noodles with sausage, tossed green sal- ad, hot buttered biscuits, fruit and milk. Friday -- Clam chowder, veg- etable wedges, cheese sandwich- es or bread and butter, hot cin- t WOMAN KILLED (Continued rronl pa'e 1) his ear, Owen Carter', Olympia, both suffered cuts and bruises on their foreheads. Damage to the lVIcGivern vehicle was $150 and to the Clements vehicle $750. A California woman was charg- ed with negligent driving as the result of an accident between Al- lyn and Belfair Friday. Mrs. Amy West. Lament, Calif. was traveling northwest on High- way 14A when she crossed th( comer line of the road, the left front end of her car hitting the left rear of a vehicle driven by Benny .Rusten, Seattle. Damage to the vehlclee; was about $150 each. the State PMr,fl aid. MRS. WEST was charged with negliBent drivt-.g a.s tb,. result o* the accident. She forfeited hail in Mason County Justice Court. Her husband was charged with being drunk in public and o's.3 forteite( bail, with the total for both $120. The dr'iver of a pickup, appar- ently stolen, which left the road at thK ifftgrSectfon of ttYe Cole Road and the Cooke Plant Farm Road was not found by officers qnvestigating the accident. The State Patrol Said the vehi- cle apparently came oil the Cooke Plant Farm Pmad onto the Cole Road without stopping and in ex- cess of safe speed, went across Cole Road and into the ditch. Dam- age t0 the vehicle was between $75-$100. The driver probably suffered a head injury, the State Patrol aid, but, was not located. The vehicle belong( to James Bariekman, Shelton. The accidents on the Project 15 Road, Highway i4A and the Cole Road were all investigated by State Trooper Start Sushak. FLYING SAUCER--Bill Russell of Route 1. is shown piloting his "Bartlette's Flying Saucer" af- ter its initial launching last Thursday in Island Lake. Powered by a 3HP lawn mower engine, the craft moves along water or land hovering about Guy F. Kneeland Funeral Friday Death, claimed Guy Franklin Kneeland, 78, Tuesday at Shelton Manor Nursing Home. He was born Mtrch & 1885 in Shelton and lived here all his life, Funeral services will be held Friday at 11 a.m. in Batstone Funeral Home, Interment-will be in Shelton Memorial Park. Survivors include his wife, Ed- na, Lilliwaup; two daughters, Mrs. Helen K. Hanson, Shelton anti Mrs. Carol K. Pierce, Portland; one brother, Roy Kneeland, Tacoma; five grandchildren and 1 great AROUND THE BARREL namon rolls and milk. This rider and his horse in the grandchild, Supplement your child's diet horse show at the fair take a with Plenamins from sharp turn around one of the Rip All barrels in the barrel race which en Passes Prepp's Rexall was ,art 0f the show - ---=-- In Vancouver .R. phone 426-4642 ,, .-----,..-- -- 133 use dogr.al Wahl AdS Robert A. (Rip) Allen passed away on Tuesday of last week in Vancouver, Wn. He was a veteran of World War II and had been a resident of Ma,,on -, County all his -life. He was born July 1, 1906. Funeral services were conducted by Batstone Funeral Home on Sat- urday, August 31. at 10 a.m. Iri: ferment was in Holy Crees= Cem- etery. Rev. lVtark Wiechmann offi- LIFE ACCIDENT HEALTH elated. Survivors include a brother Phillip Allen, Seattle: four sis- ters. Catherine Kafferlin, Ellens- burg; Margaret Biery, Lakewood Calif.: Bernice Slater, San Jose, Calif.: and Dorothy Cardinal, Shel- ton. There is no gain so certain as that which arises from sparing what you have. --Publius Syrus our representative looks like this . .. Give him a Call before you buy any other insurance LES JOSLIN -- 426-6373 THE CLASSIFIED AD columns of the Shelton Mason County Journal are one big happy "sur- prise party" for those looking to buy, sell, trade, rent or whatev- er. You'll be amazed and de- lighted at how often you'll find exactly what you're seeking... in anything from a new home to a new job! A classified ad of your own, too, will often work wonders...at very small cost. For surprising RESULTS . . . read and use the classified ad columns in the 14 inches above the surface on a cushion of pro- pellet generated air trapped by the plastic skirt. The "flying machine" will operate with a 200 pound load and is designed for 15 to 20 mph speed. Rus- sell built the saucer from magazine plans. Good Weekend Weather Brings Visitors To Lake Nahwatzd Homes by Joann Tupper I Spending Saturday and Sunday LAKE NAHWATZEL -- With with Mr. and Mrs. Roe Franklin fishing season closed at Lake Nah-, was Mr. Franklin's brother ana watzel as of last Monday and hunt- family, M'r. and Mrs. Harley ing season soon here. Rainey Lap- Franklin of Spanaway. Sunday son of Hoquiam caught a nice 17 they all enjoyed visiting with Mr. inch trout which will interest all and Mrs. Ernest Zimmerman and children, coming from Tacoma anct Mr. and Mrs. John Patten ana children of the Lake. MR. AND MRS. ROBERT Ward and sons of Bremerton visited with Mr. and Mrs. Amel Tveit last Sunday. Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Allan Hickson last Sunday was Mr. Hick- son's aunt and uncle, Mr. an(i Mrs. Bill Kirk of Hoodsport. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence motored to Issaquah to the home of Mrs. Hansen's sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Papworth. Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Hector Barbour last Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Everett Sellers of Bra- dy. Monday the Barbours were visited by Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Rothrock and children of Elma. The Barbours have now moved to the Lake. They have sold their house Ln Shelton, and will live here permanently. We wish to welcome them to the Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Stuck o." Shelton have purchased property on the Lake. They are busy clear- fishermen that fishing will be even ing the lot getting ready to build a summer home. Mr. Stuck is era- better next season. The long Labor Day week-end ployed at the Shelton-Mason Coun- started out a little cloudy, but ty Journal, and Mrs. Stuck works at Simpson Olympic Plywood cleared up to a beautiful day on Plant. Monday and it brought out friends THE LAKE NAIIWATZEL Vol- and relatives to residences arouna untecr Fire Department is having the Lake. their annual meeting next Sunday, Weekend guests at the home ot September 8th at Tuppers Resort. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Ford were if weather is permissible, if it is Mr. and Mrs. Denny Reed. Steve raining, the meeting will be held at Crape, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Booth Matlock Hall. All members are and sons, all of Seattle and Mr. urged to attend. and Mrs. Dale Taylor of Olympia. Mr. and Mrs. Archie Kelley visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. WML Chappell at Dayton. Sunday evening the Kelleys were visited by Mr, Albert Kuhnle and Mrs. MeCullum of Seattle. Mrs. Frank Cooper leaves aboard Pan-American Airlines for Europe on Oct. 2. She was presented with a "bonvoyage" gift from her fel- low employees at Penneys in Shel- ton. Mrs. Cooper was dinner guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs, J. B. McClanahan of Shelton last Sun- day. Wednesday she visited with Mrs. Dale McClanahan. Shelton. Overnight guests of Eddie Daw- son last Saturday were Steve Arts- try and lVike Byrd, both of Shel- ton. Last Thursday evening Mr. and Mrs, Dick Tupper and daughter, Susan visited at the summer home on the Lake of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Snell. Aberdeen. Also visiting with the Snells were Mr. and Mrs. Gor- don Ferris and 'sons of Aberdeen. Attending the wedding reception of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Hall at Dayton Hall on Saturday evening were Mr. and Mrs. Art Palmer, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Diggle, Mr. an(i Mrs. Lee Dawson and daughter, Mrs. Leroy Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Chappell, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Tupper and Mr. and Mrs. A1 Tup- per. Mr. Hall is the son of Mr. and iVrs. William Hall of Kamil- ce Point. To Late To Glassily WANTED -- Registered Nurse and Licensed Practical Nurse fat- 3-11 shift and relief in large nursing borne. Attractive wages, living quar- ters available if necessary, Route 1. Box 69. Sumner. Wash.. phone UNiversity 3-4371. K 9/5-26 1960 GREAT- '-LAKEobile - home-[ 10'x50', 2 bedrooms. Will trade eq- uity for boat, camper or $750 cash. Phone 426-8433 or Union 898-2388 after 6 P.m. T 9/5-19 5--ACRES ON--HIGHWAY-7-----Stx - mile.-s out. Two oversized bedrooms, extra large living,room wilh nice Axmin- ster rug. Immaculate kitchen and dining area. Sale includes: gas-wood range, Butane tank, washer and dry- er. Separate small guest house. Three acres in trimmed Christmas Trees: incorlle (tan pay your taxes insur- ance. An excellent buy for enly $6,250. Will consider terms with mi- nimum $1,000 down. Call Jolm Dev- creux 426-46B6. LsBissoniere Agency ]19 S. 4th. Shlton Wash. 9/5 room home. large living, dining and kitchen area. Electric heat. Almost one acre. terms. 426-8742. W 9/5 tfn FO]=--SALE- -- 1958 Pontiac Station Wagon. Automatic tansm|ssioh. A-1 condition, sf,000. Call after 6 p.m. 426-6088. :B 9/5-12 Property Owners Allowed To Join Permit Suit A group of property owners were granted the right to present testi- mony in court action over a build- ing permit which was denied :y the Mason County Commission. Judge Raymond Clifford in Super- ior Coltrt l'i'iday gcanted a -no,.,on for intervention by Glenn Correa. attorney tot tle group. W. A. Norris. Shelton. is seek- ing a writ of mandate to force the coimty commission to reverse its decision not to Rrant him a build- ing permit to construct a building l(w stor:ge and sale of used auto parls at the intersection of High- way 101 and Mill Creek Road. IN ltIS ACYIGN, Norris claims the COtl?Ly COllllnissiol has no power llndel' its buildii]g permit ordinance [o deny him the pemnit. Jolin Ragan. attorney for Nor- ris. opposed the granting of the motion to intervene in court Fri- day. Raaan said that the q'de,:t on was whethel' or no[ tile COtUlty commi:siolers had acted icgally in refusing tile permit and that the objections of the adjoining propert;y owners did not have a bearing on the ssue. Correa, speak':.ng in favor of his motion, said the property owners had the rig'bt to intervene as they will be affected by the ruling of the court. In of'der for th'e court to {rove all the facts in the ease. the testimony of the property owners should be allowed, Correa told the court. JI]I)GE CLIFFORD, in grant- ins the motT0n Said that it Would be up to tim cour to determine not only if the commission action was legal, but, also if itwas a{'bi- trary and capricious and that to do that, the court would need all the information on the issue. He instructed attorneys to stip- ulate as much information as pos- sible and to eondenee witness' tes- timony as much as possible to reduce the amount of time nceded to hear" the case. MILL ((,,mtinued public auctm, each day. WITH NO l to judge, Wet ficials were re estimate of the they expect attract. ere parking area and a 11 community's facilities frmn seems certain as serious simply from A c, aterirtg contracted to crowd with mohil kitcten. ,il h'ouettes done photO.( Sept. 12 - Journal for "SPUDDING IN" for the third well at the Washington Correc- tions Center near Shelton last week were John Armstrong (l'eft) and Jack Harrison of the L. R, Gaudio Well Drilling Com- pany, Tacoma. It is hoped that this well with a 16-inch casing will produce 300-gallon-per-min- ute. You M Are yo ductlonS ================================ What's Doing ' ' h3 Among Our do00ri00 r'9 to _ SERVICEMEN A I' ............................. : ] phon __ --- --_. infantry training at Fort Polk, La. QUALITY USED Sept, 27. D.uring the course Mc- Auley is receiving instruction in ' escape and evasion and map, read- ing in addition to working with light and heavy infantry weapons. The 18-year-old soldier entered the Army in May of this year' and completed basic training at Fort Ord, Calif. Richard P. Hanson, hospitalman second class. USN, son of Otto R. Hanson, Shelton. is serving aboard the icebreaker USS Staten Island which recently spent five days at Kodiak, Alaska before beginning a month's patrol to Point Barrow, Alaska. Gerald B. Thompson, stationed aboard the USS St. Paul, home ported at San Diego, Calif.. arrived home Aug. 16 for a two-week leave with his wife, the former Linda Hickam. A son. Johnny Eugene, was born to the couple Aug. 22. Mrs. Thompson and the infant will join her husband in San Diego in October. Chester A. Leeberg: quartermas- third class, USN, son of Mr. ana Mrs. Frank G. Leeberg of Shelton, is serving aboard the destroyer es- cort USS Charles Berry Which re- cently visited Sacramento, Calif. in honor of the opening of the new "Sacramento Deep Water Chan- nel." This $55,000,000 channel makes the California capital city acces- sible to seagoing ships for the first time in history and climaxes a 50- year program to bring ocean-go- ing ships to Sacramento. , * : Leon K. Avery, fireman, USN, son of Mr. and iVrs. Jerome Brke, Shelton, recently reported for duty at the Naval Air Station, Agana, Guam, a key U.S. Navy facility in the Far East. Seventy per cent of American youths complete high school these days. Half of them go to college, and most graduate. No other na- tion on earth has ever pursued education so successfully. '61 Sunbeam Alpine Roadster 4 Speed Transmission :t'O' p '59 Pontiac Star Chief 4 Door Hstr.o Radio- Heater - Automatic - power 011 '58 Plymouth Custom 4 Door Wag. Radio - Heater- Automatic- power Steer=n0 '56 Desoto 4 Door Sedan Radio - Heater Automatic HI VALUE USED '62 IH C-100  Ton Pickup 6 Cylinder - 3 Speed - Sharp '62 Ford F-100 Ton Pickup 6 Cylinder - 3 Speed - Long BoX '60 Willys 3/ Ton Pickup 4 Wheel Drive - Worn Hubs '52 IH - L-112 Ton Pickup 3 Speed Heater '52 Studebaker Ton PickUp '51 GMC Ton Pickup - 4 speed s '50 Studebaker 1 Ton Cab & Cha,-': '47 Ford 3/4 Ton Pickup '46 Chevrolet Ton PickUP KIMBEL MOTORS, CHRYSLER -- PLYMOUTH INTERNATIONAL 707 SOUTH FIRST ST. BACK-TO-SCH00L healthy, happy, strong and alert with Darigold Milk. They need at least 3 glasses every day! IT YOUR gOOR OR FAVORITE STORE