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Shelton Mason County Journal
Shelton, Washington
October 8, 1964     Shelton Mason County Journal
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October 8, 1964

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8, 1964 SHELTON--MASON COUNTY JOURNAL-- Published in "Christmastown, U.S.A.", Shelton, Washington t AGE 3 c.'... Orevenlion , It Pays. To Use Mar , al hme fol sere1 ~ slays and Mis Gem e V~L e(k ,1 Th ! its Y Valh.y th:. hospit ' ".' "~ .~ .' v. " "g ~ ~ ~ I , iR 7,|HaHtal,#dl~M II / P ' ". ''e '~ . " ' :' " t " ' " :SH _ The "Roy n'* with an infected leg. ]Imkc. / i I I lib ||li||Wirllg| | t IVlason Comity-and the rest of tile ................... ,.............................................................. ~ck on (he"lob after The trip home was hy way of] Charles Wilkinson of Mr. View] * ' " "" ............ ]nation. I t trip through a g,,(M Canada as far as Sault S!. Marie, called at tile Arvid Johnson l]ome [ "11 w - By Sand| Thurman hsh .we]sillily e,ght pot~l]ds,, sl:: ] Shelton Fi,',, Chief T. E. Deertl ,, I states and c.ow~ring then into the States aim name by [ ~.~,,,,.,~ .... ] ;HI II ] HOODSPORT- -Funeral services] pounas aim xlve pountts ane ~.e~: / has distributed fire prevention ma- ]| ~rl~#A~'##l$zF // /~'/L~ [ Tile first slop of any way Of Highway 10. New England I ~"~;"~'~'" ......... [ [|| II ~ were held Tuesday morning at the l yon's will be. staying for a weet~| t.el'ial through the She.lton schools [I aT/4/fll&lglt, VI4$~. I ,Week in Spiing'field, is beautiful at i.his time of the[ vii. an~ ~Vtl~ a onatnan Jonn.sol~[ ... ,. ,at .......... C.O. hy,m l~'nneral Home in Ta-/with the Hoodsport falnlb,. [and accompanied hy a deputYli .... [ ey attended tile wed- year and also the t;anaman lush-]ann son Dktn i)l: UDleago vtsllefl at/ r~y v ranees *~. ........... coma f~n' IdR M. Hard|sty. who l Betti and Caroline Sehwab went ] state fire malshal has thoroughly ]l By Rod Olsen | )/alley's nie('x, Miss ~ways were lovely. One has to al-] the Arthur Johnson home ;or sev-| KAMILCHE --- ~eu'. and MI',~. (lied early Sunday at a, nursing] to Ynkima to see the state fair]insl)cetel till the school fa(,ilitie,q[] ~ ~,, [ tt to" George Crow- most see the trees and sh]'lihery ] evsl days last week. Mr. Johnsan, | Martin Otto announce tne mar- home in 'Tnmwater. Mrs. Hardis-t while they were thm'e they visiied lof the eli V and f(amd them in good/I ~ tamosmg a | ~gfield. Miss Iqllioli. ahmg the roads to !'eahze tile| a nusm(~nary appomte(~ to Equa-[ riage on Sept. 29of.thmr~lal}ghLer ty will be missed in Hoods-/ Mr. and Mrs. (3ene Smith. Sunday ]fire safety condition. |l ~Cha~ .zl~e~n~ | er of , n 1 Allhou h I ~zlI s~y th( dm uno(l Wyehffe Bfl)le TI Ins Johanna Ka to Arthur ma~l ~\no , n( tt in 1 ', Fie\. and Mrs. be, t.y. g . ', '":. ~|, "' ~'. " " .. . "~ ''] Y .~ .' '. ~ port where shc has been a resi.-/ they traveled to Cle Eh, na to visi./ Ft,, also invites home residents|| ~'. ' :i~ ,:'_ " :,..'"i KnOWn to many in ,lie(st part ()f an extcnaed u'ip is] rotors, spm