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PAGE 6 SHELTON--MASON COUNTY 30URNAI---Published i&apos;l "Chrstmastown, U.g.A.", Shelton, Washing4on Thursday, SHELTON-MASON COUNTY JOURNAL. INC., Publishers Founded 1886 by Grant C. Angle Mailing Addre: Box 446, Shelton Phone 4264412 Published at Shelton, Mason County, Washington, every Thursday. Entered as Second-Class Matter at the Postoffice, Shelton, Washington -UBSCRYP2"ION RATES--J4.50 per year in Mason County, in advance; Outside Mason County, $5.00 Member of National Editorial Association Member of Washington Newspaper Publishers' Association COPY DEADLINES RURAL CORRESPONDENCE AND NOTICES -- Monday I0 a.m. DISPLAY ADVERTISING -- Tuesday noon SOCIETY NEWS -- Tuesday noon PICTURES AND NEWS Tuesday 5 p.m. WANT ADS -- Wednesday 10 a.m. EDITOR AND PUBLISHER W'illiam M. Dickie PLANT SUPERINTENDENT -- Jim Shrum OFFICE MANAGER -- Lodema Johnson NEWS EDITOR -- Alan Ford SOCIETY EDITOR -- Marj Waters OFFICE ASSISTANT :Mary Kent ADVERTISING MANAGER Barbara Nelson PRINTERS -- Russ Stuck, Dave Thacher, Ass Pearson, Jerry Stiller, Charles Schwarz. w m | i LETTERS i To The Editor VvtIAT'S ADEQUATE SHELTER ? .:Dear Bill : Have you run completely out of neves ? I see a long-winded dissertation by civil defense director Ralph Horton in last week's Journal V/hen I see something as stuidly uncomprehending as this blurb my temper goes way np. Horton uses a flock of semi- learned, scare-propaganda, ten- dollar, psycho-politieM words. Some partial quotes, I think, are in order here .... "the race will survive only if adequate protective shelters exist.'" Right here Id like to ask Mr. Horton what an adequate shelter L,:? Shelton is approximately 20 miles north of Olympia, 25 miles west of Tacoma. 40 miles south of Iremerton and 40 miles northeast of Aberdeen. A 25 megaton bomb on any neighbor and our present inadequate shelters are O.K. A 50 megaton likewise maybe? A 100-megaton and no present or possible futm'e shelter would saffice. I am. just for the sake of argument, giving Krushy's boys btflls-eyes on every short circle shot. Any near misses and the di- rector and all the rest of " . . . .the 'moles' crawling blindly in the to- tal darkness of their ignorance of modern technology" would be melted inside their antiquated, in- adequate concrete sarcophagus. In his second paragraph our friend Herren calls everybody out in the country ignorant 'moles', .. y inference. Quoting the director directly: "ThOse who in the pres- ent confrontation of antagonistic nuclear nations deny the need for shelters are the 'moles' crawling blindly in the total darkness of their ignorance of modern techned- ogy." Now the last paragraph, Add 'era. Bill, and see what you get? "Last fall booklets prepared by govermnent experts were sent to every box' holder in the county. From them we heard absolutely nothing. It seems strange that farmers who have tractors do not take s litde time to build a shelter for their family, and also for their lwestock." Then follows a shower of 100 megaton tears about w'hat happens to people and animals left outsid in modern technological warfare. Well, Bill. when I tried this on my single-track, very-narrow- guage, alleged bain I decided the farmers, either with or withont tractors, were denying the need for shelters makes them 'moles' if not even more stupid! Try this quotation on for size anyone who doesn't have a fully provisioned shelter. "To fail to pre- pare for this awful possibility is to accept extinction with the do- cile, uncomprehending stupidity of the most lowly of the beasts';. Got your shelter all stocked Bill? If not you know what kind of a animal you are anyhow, eh:4 This \\;ill give you a hint of where I stand on this shelter stu- pidity. I have three nine-ton craw- ler [ractors and five or six forty acre hills in the country and not one shelter or 'mole'-hole. Guess I'm not alone, must be 300 or more some even larger tractors ill the county, I'd like to see some money (mine) spent by Uncle Su- gar to get some 'moles' out of some holes in Cuba. Maybe these are not , . . "finely- wrought pschological arguments and delicately phrased assump- tions", but they express nay hum- ble opinion of the civil defense boondoggle. Let's hear from some more (stupidly uncomprehending) farmers and I'll fire tbe other bare'el. Sincerely your friend, John A. Dinning O AVORTH TRYING Dear Mr. Editor: This year. at our scimol, we have a unique situation. We have one retraining teaclaer and four new teachers. We have a newly elected school board i last March, and a new principal. Now wouldn't it be nice if at our first PTO meeting Sept, 5, at 8:00 p,m. at the Pioneer school. all our school dirtrict residenLs turlled Dill to meet and greet our schc)l teachers and board mem- bers' Most people tend to forget that just because they no longer have children in school they stiP have a very active part to play in a school's life. Their taxes roof the school, buy a schoo]bus, replace glass in the school windows. Their tax monies pay teachers' salaries. buy youngsters' textbooks, help support the school hmch program. Yet seldom do these people re- spend to an invitation from their School or PTO to attend :a SChool or PTO sponsored event. I s odd, people are grandparents, aunts and uncles, or just close friends who really are interested in the chin dren's progress. I'm not saying that this situa- tion is peculiar to our district alone. I'm sure other schools (and bigger ones, tool find this true. But I am asking, wouldn't it be nice just this one time if as many people as possible would attend our first meeting and make these teachers and board members real- ly feel as if our community was clasping hands and saying "wel- come. we're glad you're on our team!" ? I kind of think the other schools in our county might like it too. And it just may prove to be a very satisfying experience. Sincerely, Geraldine Brooks Route 2, Box 183 Editor's :Note: TI 4oumml owes Mrs. Brooks an apoiogy Her letter was mislaid fter reaching us more than two weeks ago and now is too lte to do the specific job for which it was written, However, be- cause of the very eommendable basic thought bclnind it we feel its publication eau still serve a worthwhile purpose). BUDGET (Continued from page 1) is up slightly from the 1963 fig- ure. The county treasurer is request- ing $27,585 for his department,, a decrease from the 1963 appropria- tion of $31,935. Capital outlay funds are included in the 1964 re- quest are $220 compared to 1963 when $6.455 was budgeted mostly for office machines. The civil defense budget, at $6,900 is about $i00 less than the '63 appropriation. Total budget for the civil defense departhent is $16,000 with additional funds ecru- ink from the federal government. A big jump in anticipated elec- tion expenditures is indicated in the budget with a request for 16,617 for 1964 compared to $4,- 981.20 in 1963. The increase m to cover the cost of the primary and general election coming up in 1964. OTHER REQUESTS in t.e 1964 preliminary budget, mostly slightly higher than for 1963, include the Court House Annex, $2,395; voter registration. $400; civil service. $555: justice court. $3,560; plan- ning commission, $500; Superior Court, $16,621 and a group of mis- cellaneous funds for which $50,- 685.32 is included in the prelimi- nary budget. The budget for the coming year for the Mason County Fair is $16,500 compared to $12,983 for this year, It includes $10,000 for construction at the new fair grounds. The county's ]964 income is es- timated at $178.972 from property taxes; $24,500 from the auditor's office; $5.350 from the court clerk's office; $3,000 from the Sheriff's office; $"f12.337 from mis- cellaneous sources and $23.886.37 cash on hand at the end of the year. Pod Angeles Man Faces Forgery Oharge A 25-year-old Port Angeles man is being held in Mason County jail on charge of first degree for- gery. Richard H. Kreaman was re- turned here from Port Angeles by Sheriff D. S. (Sam) lark and Shelton Police Sgt. Vincent J. Santamaria last Thursday night. He is charged with forging the signature of a Shclton woman to a government check and cashing it at a local store. Use Journal Want Ads To Late To Classify 1940 CHI']VROLIYI' I'ICKUP. fair con- dific, n..;150. Phone 426-8886. Y 9/12-19 FO R-RENT-=--"r ;;--fiidro-6m--ihffurn: ished house $55 per 111o, 426-2081. E 9/12 tfn SMALL-FUI{NISHED apartment suit- able ['l)r Olle or collphL Illqllil'e 79. fine St. P 9/12 tfn CAI,I. FOR BIDS Sealed lU'Ol)osal. will b,, recei{'od at lhe off lee'of the City Clerk-Treasurer. City Hall. Shelton "Washington until 11:00 h.,At, on :l%ionday, Septenlber 23. 1963. 0t Wlfich time hey will be pub- licly olmned and read "fl0ud by tilb, City Clerk-Treasurer. for: Jot) No. 6304-A Construction of Damage From Lightning Minor, Scattered M o n d a y night's lightning storm started about 9:30 p.m. and continued throughout most of the night caused considerable trouble for PUD 3 and started minor fires in the woods, but, resulted in no major damage. The U. S. Forest Service office here said that three small fires had been started by the lightning but, were all extinguished. Look- outs are still keeping a close eye on the situation, particularly on spots where strikes were noted during the storm. Jerry Samples. PUD 3 manager, said all service in f'ne county was restored by Tuesday evening after crews spent part of Monday night and most of Tuesday attending to small outages affecting a few homes. Most of the trouble came from burned out transformer fuses which went out when the lines leading into them picked up ad- ditional charges of electricity from the lightning. These were scattered throughout the service area, he said. One transformer burned up, in the Kamilche area. The wind blowing over tree tops caused some damage in the Ka- milche Valley and on Harstine Island, he said. Heart Forum Set Oct. 2 George I. Thomas, M.D., Seattle surgeon and Amaly Friese, M.D., Belfair, will address a community forum on heart disease at 8 p.m. Oct. 2 in the PU-D 3 Auditorium here. Dr. Thomas will comment on a film which he helped to make on the removal of a tumor from the heart. Dr. Friese will comment on a Heart Association film on high blood pressure. Tle forum, offered without charge, is sponsored by the Wash- ington State Heart Association and the Shelton Business and Pro- fessional Women. Dr. Thomas has held a Wash- ington State Heart Association grant for cardiovascular research. He is an instructor in surgery at the University o Washington in Seattle. Bail Forfeited In Police Court Because one of the four in the group was a minor, two couples forfeited $100 in bail between them in Shelton Police Court. Ma's. Janet Gault, 19, Tumwat" er. forfmted $25 bail on charges- of being a minor entering a tav- ern and being a minor consuming liquor. Her husband, Gerald, Turn- water, and her sister and brother- in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Av- ery, Shelton, each forfeited $25 bail on charges of treating a min- or in a Tavern. Others on the police court doc- ket Monday night before Judge Rolls Halbert were Ralph C. Haw- kins. faulty equipment, $17 for- feit; Wayne C. Cermak. no valid operator's license $12 forfeit; Russell Rodgers. drunk in public, seven days in jail; Chuck D. Mil- ton. drunk< in public, $10 forfeit; Raymond M. Clark, drunk in pub- lic, $10 forfeit 4-H MEMBErRS (Continued from page 1) day are about 35 4-H members from Mason County. All of these boys and girls rep- resenting Mason County will do expert jobs in showing people what they have learned in 4-H club work and of the techniques lemm- ed  doing things correctly and following the 4-H club Motto of "Making the Best Better". Heading up the program com- mittee which organized the boys and girls in Mason County to com- pete in the jhdging day and also in the Mason County Day were Mrs. Chuck Jackson, Southside; Mrs. Betty Woqf, Southside; Mrs. Ted Richert. Skokomish Valley. They are all 4-H club leaders from Mason County and make up the Mason County Day committee as appointed by the Mason County 4-H Leaders' Council. FERRY CHECKED--The Harstine Island Ferry was out of service two days last week while coun- ty workmen gave her a paint job and inspection. The ferry was taken out of the water at high tide Thursday and returned at high tide Friday, Bell Riders Sponsors Piayday Games At Fair Grounds Sunday By Mrs. Ray Krateha SOUTHSIDE --- The Mason County Bell Riders had an all- fun playday at the fair grounds unday. Anyone with a horse ,.n'd wanted to ride was invited. Many spectators lined the fence to watch and a potluck lunch was enjoyed by everyone. Several games were played with ribbons going to six places. Those that placed in Texas Bar- rel were Jim Cakes. first; Ben Williams, second; Ray Sharpe, third; Gary Cakes, fourth; Dar- lene Holtorf. fifth; and Darrel Wil- liams, sixth. Individual pole bending places went to Jim Cakes. first; Ray Sharpe, second: Darlene Holtorf, third; Ben Williams. fourth; Gary Cakes. fifth, and Bud Everleth. sixth. The flag race placers were Gary Cakes, first; Jim Cakes, sec- ond; Darrel Williams, third, Bud Everleth, fourth; Darlene Holt- err, fifth, and Jan Pearson, sixth. Individual scurry ribbon placers were Jim Cakes, first; Shells Hol- torf, second; Mary Beth Mag-nett, third; John Holtorf, fourth; Gee. Magnett, fifth, and Zan Pearson, sixth. The keyhole is a tricky game and the winners were Jan Pearson, first; George Magnett, second; John Holtorf. third; Har- old Kidd, fourth. Georgia Mag- nett. fifth and Shells Holtorf, sixth. There were several team events and everyone a winner. This was a fun day and everyone enjoyed themselves. THE MASON COUNTY Bell Riders had its regular meeting Sept. 6 at the Capitol Hill Com- munity Hall with John Cakes pre- siding. Ben Williams and James Taylors served refreshments. New members voted into the club were Dr. Douglas Larson and family, Bud Evereth and Dennis Comb Welcome ! Dates to remember for the club are; Championship Junior show. Sept. 14. at the Capitol Riders Grounds at Tmnwater; Silver Stars all fun day, Sept. 22 at the Fair Grounds; Trail ride. Sept. 29 at Bud Everleth's on the Lost Lake road, fl'rst ranch on the right past the store. The trail ride will start at 10 a.m. with a sack lunch. The club had as visitors the Sandy I-lills from Oregon, reported Veta Holtorf. Southside Homemakers club will have its first meeting of the fall Sept. 17 at Marie Rodgers' home. New officers for the coming year are Veta Holtorf, president; Gla- dys Bain, vice president; Monna Heinis, secretary, and Marie Rod- gets, publicity. Projects for the coming year and state membership will be discussed. County mem- bership fees are 25c and club dues are I0c a .meeting and any ladies interested m homemaking are wel- come to come and join with the club. The meeting will begin at 11 a.m. Bring a sack lunch, coffee and dessert will be served by the hostess. Marie Rodgers. Thunderbirds 4-H club meeting was held at the home of Joyee Snyder last Wednesday. Joyce Snyder is the new leader of the Thunderbirds. A short business meeting was called to order by Tom Trotzer. All members were present except Robert Kirnbel and Kevin Wetter. The Wetters have moved to Castle Rock. After the meeting members worked on their record books. The 4-H members had a swim- Among Your Merchants CLARA ANGLE TOURING EUROPE FOR 30 DAYS Clara Bell Angle of the Angle Travel Resemration Center in Shel- ton left last Wednesday on a 30- day famiarizatio tour of Erope sponsored by Pan American Air- lines. She will visit Denmark, Holland. France. AustrYa. Italy, Spain and England before returning to Shel- ton. LEM WAR,RENS LEAVING FOR, NASSAU NEXT VEEK Lem and Sharon Warren, opera- tors of the Lena "Warren Refrig- eration fiTn in Shelton. will spend next week sunning themselves at Nassau, in the Bahama Islands. The triD is a prize they earned in a, sales contest ,sponsored sev eral months ago by a Northwest wlmlesale representative for Gib- son home appliances. "While M. and Mrs. Warren are gone their frigeration firm lo- cated at 2nd and Cots Streets, will be closed, reopening vIonday, Sept. 23. The Shelton couple will fly by jet from Portland to New Or- Storm S(wers and snrface inlets on Pioneer Way from Euclid Ave;. to leans, thence to Nassau, returning Uniw'rsii.y Ave. tim same way. The City resem, es the right to re-  . . int'ormalitis,ie"t any or all bids and to waive all NITA'S CAFE OPENING CITY OF SI-IELTON SATURDAY IN NEW SITE LtV[A K. CATTO.. I Opening on a quiet note, Nit Clerk-Tz'easurer 9/12-11} 3t slid Jim 13ariclf.man will iatroduco ming party on Sept. 7 at Pool Nuotare and had a potluck at Snyders after the swimming party. Terry Hartwell served refresh- ments at the club meeting, report- ed Chuck Sheppard. MR,. _ANrD MRS. FRED Stuck of Cole Road spent several days in Eastern Washington visiting their daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Charles McCauley and family of Dayton. Friendship Club meets at the home of Alice Stotberry on Sept. 18. The last meeting of the club on Sept. 4 was a picnic dinner at the home of Alma Hurst. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Stuck spending the weekend were Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Stuck of Downie, Calif. The L. Stucks left Monday morning. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Stuck Saturday evening for din- net were Mr. and Mrs. Glen Gard- ner and Mr. and Mrs. Merle Hol- loway. The Glen Gardners left to spend sometime in Arizona. WOMEN'S COMMERCIAL W L Allyn Shell Service .............. 6 2 Gott's Oilerettes ................ a 3 Bill's Shell Service .............. 5 3 Kelly Furniture .................. 5 3 Richfield Oil ...................... 4 4 Da:igold .............................. 3 5 Ming Tree Cafe .................. 2 6 Eells & Valley .................. 2 6 High ame--Toni Hall 192. High serie.--Viv Davison 480. FRATERNAL LEAGUE W L Fuller Construction .......... 4 0 Bull Moose .......................... 4 0 Eagles Eerie ........................ 4 0 Moose Antlers ...................... g 1 Kiwanis Club ...................... I 3 Rotary Club 0 4 Shelton Hardware .............. 0 4 Lions Club ............................ 0 4 High game --Howard Fuller 246. High series Howard Fuller 595. GRANGE LEAGUE %V L Shelton Valley .................... 6 2 Skokomish ............................ 6 2 Patrons ................................ 5 3 Matlock ................................ 4 4 Agate .................................... 4 4 Southside .............................. 3 5 Pomona .................................. 2 6 Cloquallum .......................... 2 6 High games Ina Kimbel 174. Tom Olson 191. High series Ina Kimbel 477, Henry Boysen 503. BUILDING PERMITS Two building permits were ap- p:oved by the Mason County Com- mmsmn when they met :Monday. They were Lon Pettitt, wood ca- bn, $1,000 and William C. Senn, wood cabin, $2,000. LEGION SLATES POTLUCK NEXT TUESDAY EVENING Something a bit out of routine will be tried by Fred B. Wivell post and auxiliary for their regu- lar meetings next Tuesday eve- ning. In place of the usual 8:00 p.m. start, the two organizations will join together for a potluck din- ner at 6:30 in Memorial Hall, then hold their meetings afterward. FUN,- RAL NOTICE A resident of Hoodsport. Mr. S. A. Smith, 92, passed away at the Shelton General Hospital on Sunday evening. Funeral services for Mr. Smith were held in Ta- coma: TIDES OF THE-WEEK Computed for Hood Canal Oakland Bay tides are 1 hr. and 50 rain. later and plu 3,0 ft. Friday, Sept. 13 High .............. 0:58 a.m. 9.$ ft. Low .............. 8:16 a.m. -0.8 ft. High .............. 3:44 p.m. 11.2 ft. Low .............. 9:14 p.m. 6.5 ft. Saturday, sept. 14 High .............. 2:18 a.m. 9.7 ft. Low .............. 9:15 a.m. -0.g ft. High .... : ......... 4:3I p.m. 11.6 ft. Low .............. 10:10 a.m. 5.8 ft. Suuday, Sqt. 15 High .............. 3:25 a.m. 9.9 ft. Low .............. 10:06 a.m. -9.6 ft. High .............. 5:09 p.m. 11.8 ft. Low .............. 10:54 ,p.m. 5.0 ft. Montday, Rept. 16 High .............. 4:21 a.m. 10.1 ft. Low .............. 10:51 a.m. 0.6 ft. High .............. 5:43 p.m. 11.8 ft. Low .............. 11:33 p.m. 4.3 ft. Tuesday, Sept. 17 High .............. 5:11 a.m 10.3 ft. Low .............. 11:31 a.m. 1.0 ft. High .............. 6:I1 p.m. 11.7 ft. rednesday, Sept, 18 Low .............. 0:08 a.m. 3.7 ft. High .............. 5:55 a.m. 10.4 ft. Low .............. 12:08 p.m. 1.7 ft. High .............. 6:36 p.m 11.5 ft. Thursday, Sept. 19 Iow .............. 0:41 a.m. 3.1 ft. FIigh .............. 6:37 a.m. 10.5 ft. Low .............. 12:45 p.m. 2.4 ft. I-Iigl .............. 7:00 p.m. :1.1.2 ft. Hamilton To Be Hew : Superintenden00 0amp G0vey Pl'omotlon of Forrest Hamilton. 48. fl'om Camp Grisdale rigging foreman Lo superintendent at Camp Gerry, effective Sept. 3. was announced this week by Ron Ring, logging manager. Shelton. Hamilton succeeds Walt Man- Fadie Taken By Fadie land. Minnesota, pas,;ed away Funeral services stone Funeral Rev. Horace MoUn terment was in Cemetery at Gig Slu'vivors their new eating site to the pub- lic this Saturday. It is located at 325 Railroad Ave. in the Gerry Building. Free coffee will be offered Saturday vis- itors between 9:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m., although these will not be the normal operating hours. This is the third location in which the Bariekmans have oper- ated in Shelton, both previous sites having been in connection with Ray McConkey's drug stores, first at the old Fir Drug Store in the 200 block on Railroad, more re- cently in the Drug Center in Ev- ergrden Square. The Bariekmans have not an- nounced just what name their new place will carry but it will start with NITA's. JUD PIERCE STRICKEN; JIM NEEDHAM TO AID Jld Pierec. manager of the fur- niture department for Miller's de- partment store, suffered a heart attack Labor Day which has him confined to a Shelton General Hos- pital bed. where he is recovering satisfactorily this week. Dm'ing his enforced absence from his post, Jim Needham. who reeentIy sold his Shoprite grocery store on Mr. View to Stewart's Foodliner Inc., is filling in for Pierce. Gasoline Tanker Overturns South Of Here The driver of a gasoline tanker escaped with only a scratch on his forehead when the vehicle rof led over on the Cole Road early Monday morning. Damage to the vehicle was esti- mated at $22.000. $12,000 to the tractor and $10.000 to the trailer. The driver of the vehicle was Hugh A. Russell 50, Woodinville. The State Patrol said Russel was northbound on Highway 9 when the vehicle went out of con- trol on a left hand curve, and left the road on the right side. The accident was investigated by State Troopers Robert Furseth and Jim Elmlund. Suit ,Claims Funds Were Misappropriated Suit has been filed in Mason County Superior Court by Donald Botts, former operator of the Botts Nursing Home against H. C. Rotter, Shelton. for money Botts claims was received by Rot- ter for the nursing home, but. never turned over to him. In the action, Botts states that from Oct. 5, 1958 toMay 7, 1963, Rotter was a trusted agent and employee of Botts and that it was part of iris duties to receive ano keep accounting of ftnds. Botts claims that during tffat period, Rotter appropriated for his own use $7,200 or thereabouts. Botts asks for an accounting from Rotter and a judgement after the accounting for he amount due. Botts says Rotter refuses o ac- knowledge the indebtedness or to make an accounting. In another action in Superior Court. Wright W. Carlson is seeking $2.500 damages from PUD 1. stating that in October 1960 a transmission line was put acros, his property without his consent The action also asks that the PUD be restrained h'om further illegal use of Carlson's land. MIXED FOURSOMES W L Timber Ducks .................. 3 V V- Board Busters .................. 3 1 Pin Busters ...................... 2 1 Twisters ............................ 2 2 Odd Balz .......................... 2 2 What's Next .................. 1 2//;, Knock Outs ...................... 1 3 Strippers .......................... Vz 3 / High games --- Iva Cook 178, Jack Frost 207-205, Corky Dick- inson 206. High series --- Ira Cook 490, Jack Frost 590. MR. & MRS. LEAGUE W L J & J Service .................. 3 1 Bolevils .............................. 3 1 Griffey Bros. Constr ....... 3 1 Gutter Snipes .................. 2,. 1 Allyn Shell Service .......... 1/, 2 Eacrett Lumber Co ......... 1 3 Stock,s Grocery .............. 1 Team No. 2 " 1 3 High games--Shirley Engen 192, Frank Marler 227. High series---Shirley Engen 451, Bill Staudt 559. F'E!{RY RECEIPTS Receipts from the Harstine Is- land Ferry were $245.50, for the week ending Sept. 7, the Mason County Engineer's office said. FIRE CALLS The Shelton Fire Department answered two calls the past week. A grass fire started by a six- year-old boy was extingnised at Jefferson and I Streets last Thurs day. Sunday, the department was called when a motorcicle belong- ing to Earl Schmidtke started on fire from a backfire from the motor. There was about $25 da- mage. Can Save You Tax Moneyl Are you claiming all drug de duetlom to which you are entitled? Thousands o[ items can be listed. DrogTaxavailable free to our customers--furnlshes you an an- nual record. Come in today and ask about DrngTax. It's fre Start roving tax moneyl PREPP'$ Rexall Store Phone 426-4642 CoDyr ght 1962 berg, who remgned. A native of Marjorie Beck, Waynesvilte. N.C.. Hamilton went two grandchildren to work for Sim psnn at Camp grandchildren. Grisdale in Apri!, 1955 as a high rigger and was promoted to rlg- ging foreman in July, 1955. He has been a logger for three decades. HamiKon. his wife "hd son have moved rom Camp Grisdale to Shelton. Mrs. Emma Prursia Funeral Held Emma Fern Prus;a. a resident of Hoodsport. Vn.. for the past 30 years, passed away last Thurs- day in Shelton Manor Nursing Home at the age of 68. Mrs. Pru- sis was on her way to visit friends vchen she was stricken with a heart attack. Funeral services were under the direction of Batstone Funeral Home. Burial was in Kirkland Ce- metary. Rev. Wesley Gains con- ducted the serviee on Tuesday at 1 p.m. Mrs. Prusia is survived by two children, a son. LeRoy Prusia. Skokomish Valley and a daughter, Mrs. Elmer Roth, Carrington, North Dakota: a brother. Bryan Addleman. Cashmere. Wn.. a ros- ter. Pearl Funk. Dueal, Wn., an five grandchildren. MEN'S CITY LEAGUE W L Shaub-Ellison ...................... 3 0 John's Richfield .................. 3 0 Prepp's Rexall .................. 2 1 Simpson Timber .................. 2 1 40 &8 .................................. 1 2 Frisken Oil .......................... 1 2 Beckwith Jewelry .............. 0 3 Wilson Company .................. 0 3 High game -- Fred Snelgrove 224. Tiigh series Fred Snelgrove 581. ]WHY THAN HEC to finance other ma for your sonal insured for disability. See Mason Credit 110 S. 4th See our OK A al a can Use Journal Want Ads WELL DRiLLIHG water guaranteed MYERS PUUPS Sales and 24 hour service Russell Drilling Bill Russell BREMERTON RODEO Fri., Sat., Sun., Sept. 13-15 SAVAGE SAM Brian Keith, Tommy Kirk JASON & THE ARGONAUTS Tod Armstrong THEATE K Buck Night Thur., Fri., sat., : V] THE RETUBN i LOW COST HOIIE NEW CONSTRUCTION -- PURCHASE 6 o On Reducing Balances -- No Charges Mason Gounly Savings& Loan TITLE INSURANCE BUILDING 6HELTON n Q No fuel like MOB! 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