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September 26, 1963     Shelton Mason County Journal
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PAGE 4 SHELTON--lY[ASON COUNTY JOURNAI---PubIisl/ed in Chrs:masIown, U..A.", Shcl[on, Washing[on Thursday, THE JOURNAL IS EQUIPPED TO TAKE CARE OF NEARLY EVERY PRINTING PROBLEM MEET OUR FAMILY OF PRESSES AND PRINTERS NEXT TIME YOU NEED * LETTERHEADS * CHECKS * HANDBILLS * ENVELOPES * STUFFERS * TICKETS * STATEMENTS * PLACARDS * STICKERS -k BUSINESS!CARDS * FOLDERS * OATALOGS * RAFFLE TIOKETS :k BOOKLETS * INSERTS * NEWSPAPERS * iNVOICES * PROGRAHS OFFSET PRINTING is one of the varied types of printing services offered by the Journal. Jim Shrum, printing foreman, is working with the Journal's 12 x 18 inch Davidson offset cylinder press in this picture. Offset printing is accom- plished with a photograohic plate as distinguish- ed from letter-press printing, which is done di- rectly off metal type. * REQUISITIONS * VO@CHERS * NOTES * AFFIDAVITS * DODGERS * DEEDS SMALL JOBS ARE THE FORTE of the little hand-fed Chandler & Price "snapper" on which Dave Thacher is feeding envelopes. Maximum AT RIGHT, Asa Pearson is readying a letterhead for the highly versatile Webep- dorfer Little Giant, which can handle stocks from ex- tremely thin onionskin to heavy 6-ply cardboard up to 12 x 18 inches. BELOW. Jerry Stiller, cheer the most versatile printers in the Journal family, feeds an index card into the C & P Snapper, mentioned earlier. Sheet size is 10 x 15. It is a sturdy, durable small press designed for short runs. * SHIPPING TAGS * POST CARDS * SIGNS THERE'S PRACTICALLY NO LIHIT to the printing services we offer. OUR PRICES ARE LOW 0 OUR KNOW-HOW IS HIGH OUR IS 0 SERVICE FAST mO. WHEN YOU NEED PRINTING OF ANY KIND ONE OF THE MOST VERSATILE letter-press machines is this Chandler & Price press with a Klugc automatic fceder on which Russell Stuck is shown at work. It will handle jobs 12 x 18 inches and paper stock from skin to 8-ply cardboard. PHONE 426-4412 Let us show you what We carl do. BIGGEST of Journal job printing presses is the Miehle Pony, forms as large as 24 x 34 inches, on which Chuck Schwarz is she & 8's state-wide publication, the Jig-A-Jig. The Shelton high school r Highclimber, is also printed on this press. These five machine g I ricty oF prses types which can handle virtually an>' kind of pri m wcloam to d|'op i] and wLl tlcm operate O, llyLimc.