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,; &apos;71 er 3/1963 SIIELTON--MASON COLVNTY JOURNAE--Published in tCh'istnla:fmn, U.KA.", Shelton, Washington Page 5 2 the tenth machine of this type the company has built. The firm specializes in building machinery on order to suit the requirements of firms across the cQuntry. Other projects have inclpded a Power cable wind-up reel for the Grays Harbor Port Dis- trict and a feeder for the Southern Pine Lumber Company in Texas. ,", . ,..J. : il" P MICHIGAN--This gas-infra red '," Ouilt by the Olympic DHll Co. at the 1141Prt is on its way to the Abitibi Corp. :,;n. The machine. Newt Townserd, owh- 'ie Drill Co. sai'd, is used to dry paint ?q density -tossed board siding on a !ii! no. It takes about 12 seconds for he sses under the dryer. This is t_ "at c)nly $13,000.  loeah6n. If you SIMPSON WOMEN Accounting ............................ ii 5 Olympic Plywood ................ 9 7 Insulating Board .................. 9 7 Engineering .......................... 9 7 Lumber .................................. 8 8 Research ................................ 7 9 Loggers .................................. 6 10 Purchasing ............................ 5 11 High games--Jean Ream 210, Jeanne Peterson and Helen Rice. each 202. Joyce Fitchett 200. High total Jean Ream 561. JUNIOR LEAGUE Team 8 .................................. 7 I Team 1 .................................. 7 1 Team 5 ................................ 6 2 Team 4 .................................. 6 2 Team 3 .................................. 2 6 Team 7 .................................. 2 6 Team 6 ................................. 1 7 Team 2 .................................. 1 7 High games--Claude Cook 204 Sonja Ahlquist 169. High series---Claude Cook 556, Peg Bloomfield 439 GRANGE LEAGUE Shelton Valley .............. 13 6 Skokomish ........................ 12t2 71 Matlock ............................ 12 8 Agate ................................ 10 10 Patrons ............................ 9 % 10  Cloquallum ..................... 71 121j Southside .......................... 7V2 12 Pomona .............................. 7, 12V2 High games---Nancy Beckwith 179. Dutch Stanley 199. High series--Ina Kimbel 459, Webb Rostvold 523. IIXED FOUR,eMil W L Timber Ducks ................ 12 31/.'., Twisters .......................... 10 6 Board Busters .............. 9 7 \\;Vhat's Next .................. 81,./_, 7 Odd Balz .......................... 7 9 Knock Onts .................... 7 9 Strippers ........................ 5.. i0 Pin Busters .................... 4, 11! High game---Clyde Landsaw 234. Marguerite Landsaw 179. High series---Clyde Landsaw 536, Ira Cook 445. RECREATION LEAGUE W L Ritner's Broiler . ............. 10 2 Rainier Beer . ................. 8," 31," Northwest Evergreen .... 8 4 Olsen Furniture .............. 8 4 Olympia Beet" . ................. 4, 7 Lemkes Service ................ 4 8 Shelton Recreation .......... 4 8 Lucky Lager . .................. 1 11 High series--Donna Coleman 492. High games--Edna Clary 188. Sharon Huisingh 187. Split picks- Jenny Tratnick 5- 7-9, Mary Alice Crossan 5-8-10. PREP FOOTBALL C()RES Olympic Shelton 21 Pt. Angeles 12 East 20, So. Kitsap 0 Nortit 20. Meadowdale 7 Central 20. Sequim 0 Pt. Townsend ca. N. Mason 0 Bainbridge 32. Forks 19 Central Montesano 20. Elma 12 7'<--_ 10/3  ale Collie Photo. 426-6006. !' $10, thorougll- ii " - E 10/3 ,".lJiifur--ilis-h-id two bed- ecru} of town. Up to two 1 *k'-table. References re- ati'8788. J 10/3 tfn tt0 teaOig HOUSE, garage, pLIOlI, eluse to schools 10,., wall furfiaee (oil) t. P, est orfm.. Call 426- 0 to,12 'o] In asphaltic ,,nK up;n th ,. "k.;:a: 'l'-g I![l'lllat on of street ;le e e. obtained fronl the !,. i'% gnleer. 'lle. es the right to re- 7]lTill'":ive.d in tile orriee :%1 )npent of Mary M. [Ifta'Striet No. 311. Mat-  t ' tmtil 8'00 p.m., Oc- hJ ' furnisling heating 11 required by tile School " i 'f nstruetions to bid- Tumwater 21. St. Martins 0 'ttrl llls ll{ay be obtained HOUSEWIVES LEAGUE  e School Superintend- W ]L Chehalis 25. Raymond 21 _ s.. Shelton Union Service 14 6 Eatonville 19, Rochester 7 'iht:Umilted on the form -i:r,i, "'" Castle Rock 48 White Pass 14 "i'llllllal infornlation will ....................................... 13 7 _ , . et" peon bia awards. The Hood Canal Marina ...... :.11 U eamonnt aa Serves the right to Shelton Marine Supply ...9/z 10/2 .North Thurston 32, Bethel 6 ,.ltra)s, be demned to ])e Jim Pauley Inc - " 9 11 White River 2 Fife 0 illl t Ol tile eotlnty ................ 1 l/ ' ' ii}5 ')r all*.,a. " ' B & W Marina 8 11/., Sunmer 27 Curtis 7 E[ nqlatlo _ mu- - .............. , ilLlt0h, e. Washington th s Mell Gbew'olet 8 12 Peninsula 34 Laughbon 7 :!! i ii:e193 ,.,,,m ro Bali's Food Center .......... 7 13 Otllers :to3' 11, ........................ of Mason County High series Verna Johanson Olympia 28, Hudson's Bay 7 !1 ' , 537. , A-.%en "i4, Bellingham 0 -:7 W {heSdde n I High gameerna Johanson -oquiam 13 I.A Long 0 v -oal'a , 201 ' W ' " 203, Mary Helen Anderson Bremerton 22, Mr. Tahomc You Should GRADUATE to the s@erlor fuel, NATURAL GAS to heat More ,,major  in than any other fuel. It earns a straight A for heating, for cooking, and for all the other uses that round out a full curricu- lum in the modern home. Enroll now! / quiet, economical, better fuel can improve r home at small cost. Conversions are inex-  favorite heating dealet" will gladly make a Call us; we'll be happy to give you full i l!00eade Natural Gas \\; ................................................................. MliIN' INI)ISTRIAL ! From The w : Cole's Mobil Service ...... 10: County City Records : , Cante,,n ............................ 9 W, , 20th Century Thviftway 9 I;tl'V Tr1-!<in 9 SlIEIJI'ON I'OLI(JE 1962 ill wSieh Mrs lip(like was LlllTlbel'mcn's 5'Iole ........ 7 Frank \\;Villard. principal (,f the killed. Steltoa Motors ............. 7 Irene S, Ree,l building reported that someone had been shooting at the windows in the back of the building rhu'ing kite night, Pete Olsen, 1(* 3 Railroad Ave.. reporled his bicycle stolen. J. H. Gray, Shetton Postmaster, reported someone had ran into the mail collection box in she 400 block on Wyandotte Sh-ect damag- ing it. John Peters reported a tire and wheel stolen from his pick-up. They were replaced, he said, with an old tire which blew out when he started to move the vehicle Jim Bennett reported a bicycle stolen. J, C. Willey repmted he was knocked down by a boy on a bi- cycle while walking on Seventh Street. SHERIFF'S OFFICE Ron Rickerts. St. Rt. 2, report- ed a motor scooter stolen. The machine was located later. Scotty Leenhorets, Belfair, re- ported a propane gas tank stolen. Ken Treglon. Seattle. reported a boat and motor stolen from his snmmer home on the Hood Canal near Tahuva State Park. Alfred Bloomfield, Lilliwaup, re- ported a chain saw stolen, Merle McNeil, acting civil de- fense director, reported a civil de- fense medical kit stolen from the basement of the court house. D. Rictmrd Pegg reported an air torch stolen. SHERIFF'R OFFICE ARREST, Benjamin Watson Allyn, drunk in public; Ronald Viilnueva. Bre- morton, driving while intoxicated; Ronald Rogers, Port Orchard. drunk in public; Clay M. Kelley, Olympia, driving while intoxicated; John C. Satterfield, negligent dri- ving. POLICE COURT William D. Hartman forfeited $12 bail on a charge of faulty equipment on a motor vehicle in Shelton Police Court Monday night. :]: * COURT CLERK Gay Lee Bruce. administratrix for the estate of Jane Updike, against Kenneth W. Curry. The action seeks $60,000 damages as the result of an accident July 7. Great 13end Waterfront Tracts ' against Vernon D. Griggs and wife 811:] others, forelosltrc of a i real eslate coldrtict. BUP, N VICTIM SATISFACTORY Ray Parr, Shelton, who was burned when gas in a trash barrel exploded iasl week, was reported in satisfaetocv condition by at- tendants at Shelton General Hos- pital this week. [-Nlll tO ritllll Cleaners ........ 6 1V[orKan Transfer. ............ 6 High game-Jim Archer 21I Higi] series- Bob Newell 556 7 9 9 10 10 LOW COST HOME LOANS NEW CONSTRUCTION -- REMODELING PURCHASE 6 % On Reducing Balances -- No Commission Charges Mason County Savings & Loan Association VISITING BEAUTY { SERVICE Hair Cutting, Shampoo, Setting, Permanents for Invalids & Shut-ins. Mildred Schneider - 426-8094 TITLE INSURANCE BUILDING SHELTON ITI-=Co n he .......... ' .... a'/, II00illl00 il00lttlllmlllnlBll, , . I, ,, liillllil " i .... : .... II WALGREEN c SALE 0 B'IG DAYS STARTS TODAY i For Hew ,t)owea, e of, ram . . , IWO NIW NIVIt# BI['#R[ OIOSMOilIltSI Jotgtnf l o.u/om no, ,eo, m cou00 /n mod/um-pt/ce e/ned You're looking at 01dsmobile's new high performer--Jetstar I! it's powered by the famous 394-cubic-inch Starfire V-8 Engine, features distinctive roof line.., sporty bucket seats.., center control console ! Just out--the Jetstar 88 series . . . companion to the famous high- performing Dynamic and Super 88s! It introduces a brand new 330- cubic-inch Jetfire Rocket V-8. Four sparkling Jetstar 88 models in all! ,ft00,00d up in 00/zo! #$oppnd up in floPfo/,mo#c00/ New V-Mve o} adlv|ty! V-8 for action! V-6 for economy! Meet the more-for-the-money car of the year--Olds F-85! More roominess, thanks to ten extra inches in length! More action from a new Jetfire Rocket V-8 and smooth new Jetaway Drivel* More savings from a brand new Econ-O-,Vay V-6 Engine! Mare comfort and roadability from a three-inch-longer wheelbase, rugged Guard-Beam Frame, and a wider stance than ever! Plus more features.., more [ashion . . more of everythingl Step into your Oldsmobile Dealer's today and step out in a more-for-the-money F-85! *otol t er =od lie " ALL OF THK QUALITY-BUILT '64 OLDSMOBILES: NINETY-EIGHT, STARFIRE. 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