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PAGE 2 SITELTON--MASON COUNTY JOURNAL- Published in ¢¢Chrlstmastown, U.S.A.", ghelton. Washington Thursday, 0 BUSINESS Ambulance • Radio Dispatched . Oxygen Equipped • 24 hr, service Torsak Ambulance 2119 Adams St. 426-8254 Auto Glass € • Expert [ Installation JIM PAULEY, INC. 5th &amp; Railroad Ph, 426-8231 I I Barber . Appointments [ • Wednesday & Thurs. 9:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. PHONE 426-2072 BERNIE'S BARBER SHOP i Beauty I o Hair Cuts - $1.50 • Shampoo & Set $2.00 • Permanents - $7.50 up • Evening Appointments CHRISTMASTOWN SALON 114 S. 4th downtown 426-8643 Building .... • New Building • Remodeling • Cabinet Making Shelton Home Building Joe Rank 719 N. 4th 426-4545 Draperies , • custom made free estimates . work guaranteed J. C. PENNEY CO. 305 RR Ave. Ph. 426-8283 Drugs ..... | • Helena Rubinstein cos- | tactics k . Prescriptions Hypo-Allergic cosmetics NELL'S PHARMACY Covey Bldg. Ph. 426-3327 Electrical . House wiring & rewiring • Electric Heating • Trouble Shooting • Licensed & Bonded Contractor JIM EINARSSON ELEC. Star Rte. 2, Box 37, 426-6520 J J Electrical .... Fairbanks-Morse Pumps Electric Heating • Westinghouse Appliances SHELTON ELECTRIC CO, 419 Railroad Ph. 426-6283 Floor Coverings I . Linoleum Tile • Carpeting • Formica REX FLOOR COVERING Mt View Ph, 426-2292 DIRECTORY Heating I • Safety check I • Clean - up I . Minor & major repairs STAR KEY'S HEATING Sales & Service 514 Ellinor 426-4673 Hospital Equip. • Rental & Sales • Wheel chairs, lifts • beds, walkers • oxygen & tents Torsak Ambulance Service 2119 Adams Phone 426-8254 Insurance • Disability, Hospitalization • Life • Retirement Funds Mutual & United of Omaha Duane Rodgers - 426-6142 Landscaping , Lawns, rockeries, trees shrubs , Top soil, tilling, leveling • Free estimates SUNSET LANDSCAPING Herbert Baze 426-4718 Masonry ...... I • Brick, Block, Stone • Quality Workmanship • Free Estimates • Contract or Hourly Basis BILL CARLSON Rt. 3, Box 331 426-4480 i i Sand, Gravel • Top Soil • Peat Soil • Custom Tractor Work Johns Creek Sand & Gravel 426-3552 NormrAnders0n Sewing Machine • Sales and Service • New and Used a All Makes & Models Singer Sewing Center 117 5th Ave. East - Olympia Olden 'til 9 p.m. Fri. Ph. 357-7586 Tire Service • New OK Tires , Recapping • Used OK TIRE STORES M;<." View Ph. 426-4832 TV Service • Radio - TV • Phonographs CB 2-way radio LEROY'S TV SERVICE Mt. View Ph. 426-3172 Printing ,, • Quality Work of A;; Kinds THE JOURNAL 227 Cota Phone 426-4r412 Pioneer PT0 Holds Fund Raising Projects As New School Year Starts By Betty Ann Shero There are now 10 active Boy PIONEER Things are getting ] Scouts attending Troop 64 in Shel- back to normal in tile Pioneer ton at the Na-ith Lutheran church area after the busy season nf get- each Monday evening. This group ting the. children off to school and has grown from four who started all the activities that follow. The Pioneer PTO has been busy, first with a bottle dive and then last Satnrday n.hl a game party was held to obtain money to support the PTO yearly project. This year the project is to purchase a set of encyclopedias for the school district. Mrs. Audrey ttammond was the chairman of both projects and did ml excellent job. She would like to thank all of you who supported the projects. The Pioneer PTO met Oct. 1 m the school for their second meeting I of tlle school year. A number of parents turned out to hear an en- joyable talk by Ernest Timpani, who is the Supervisor of the Wash- ington Corrections Center, west of Shelton. The first grade mothers. headed by Mary Ann Barnes• segv- ed the refreshments. Betty Ann Shero was appointed Room Mother Chairman. Mffrgie Dodge would like parents to turn out to help with tile yard clean-up. Merle Gates reported there are now 48 PTO members and envel- opes will be sent home with the children to help increase the mem- bership. The new by-laws were read and they will be voted on at the next meeting. A GROUP of Leed's Loop Road residents made another call on the County Commissioners last Mon- day morning to discuss the chang- ing of the location of Leed's Loop Road to go back of the properties. The existing road is not only ex- pensive to maintain, but needs ex- tensive costly improvements. Also the road is dangerous for the school bus to drive on, especially when there are 73 or so students riding in a bus which has a cap- acity of 54. The Agate Grange was the host for the third and fourth degree team last Saturday night. The de- grees were confel'red on Charlie Younglove and Mr. and Mrs. Chet Chapman of the Agate Grange, and others from the county gran- ges. Eighty-five members of the various granges in the county were present. The annual Booster Night of the Agate Grange will be held this Saturday night at the Grange, be- ginning at 6:30 p.m., with a pot- luck dinner. The public is invited to attend this function and to ac- quaint themselves with the local grange. Come one. come all. Three local Boy Scouts, who were rained out f their regular camping trip last weekend had a eampout of their own in the woods behind the Floyd Rice's. The Scouts were Leonard Rice. Brock Shero, and Wayn Sushak. Allyn Fire Dislrict Special Levy Loses i').tDt Voters in the Allyn Fire Dist- rict last ".reek voted down a pro- posal for two new fire stations and some new fire equipment at a spe- cial election. The proposal was for a 20-mill special levy to build a new fire station at Allyn and purchase equipment for it and to build a new fire station in the Mason Lake-Benson Lake area. The levy would have raised $25,000. A total of 100 voters turned out with 45 voting no and 55 voting yes. The yes vote while in the majority, was not the 60 percent required for a special levy to pass. NOW THAT §ATURAL (]AS IS HERE Wise Sheltonians will install WITH EXCLUSIVE ELEOTRONIC OONTROL attending last year. The boys are B:)b a-nd Roland ttammond. Leon- ard Rice. Jim Kelly, Curlis Strae- ke. Jon [ohnsen. Clark Pcterson. Allen Fitzthum. Wsyne Sushak and Brock Shero. Stan Sushak. our local State q'rooper, is reported to be recuper- atin very well following surgery last week and should be return- ink home from tile Swedish Hos- pitAl in Seattle the latter part of this week. Wife Kay ham been staying in Seattle with the niece of Mrs. Gladys Fitzthum during Stan's stay in the hospital. Stan's mother, Mrs. Francis SushAk iv up from California taking earn of the family. Barrom, Gillie Given Toastmasters Honors Jim Barrom and Panl Gillie earned top honors at the Toast- masters weekly breakfast session last week. The former was voted "best speech" honors, the latter "most improved speech", both talking on subject's related to speech-making. Barrom's topic was "The Philos- ophy of Crificism". Gillie's was entitled "Running From Tigers, or "How to Overcome Stage-fright". The club had eight guests pres- ent for a special guest's program. Funeral Services Held Wednesday Funeral services were held Wed- nesday, October 9 in the Batstone Funeral Home for John W. Derby, who passed away Monday at the Allyn House in Allyn. Born in Oregon Sept. 13, 1892, Mr, Derby was 71 at time of pass- inn. He had been a resident of Allyn for the last five years. Officiating at the services was Rev. Charles Wigton, with inter- ment in Shelton Memorial Park. Mr. Derby was survived by one brother, Merrill Derby of Comas. Washington. Funeral Rites For George G. Garland Funeral services will be held Friday, Oct. 11 at 2:00 p,m. m the Batstone Funeral Home for George G. Garland. Mr. Garland slipped away Tuesday afternoon in the family home. He resided at St. Rt. 1. Box 85, Grapewew tot O.Fully Automatic and Flexible Controls • Exclusive Maytag Filter-Cleaned Air • Circular Air Flow • 'Wash 'n Wear' Chime • High-Speed Super Volume Drying • Connection-Cooled Cabinet • Dynamic Disc Lint Filter • Interior Light • Automatic Clothes Sprinkler • Maytag Guad-Coat Protection • Porcelain Coated Tumbler • Safety Door • Full Opening Door • Automatic Burner Operation • Adaptable To All Installations EELLS and VALLEY APPLIAHCE ¢EHTER • Where You Get The Best Deal, By George • 2nd :and Cots Streets Phone 426-4663 _ J  , J i • - , .... the past yead: ., More information will be fur- bished in next week's Jeurual. Clarence Perkins Funeral Friday The family of Clarence Arthur Perkins was saddened at his pass- ing Tuesday, October 8. Born in Yaehats, Oregon May 30, 1925. the family had resided at 642/fi Dearborn for the past two mon- ths. Mr. Perkins was originally a Shelton resident and attended schools ]lore. Funeral services will be held Friday, October 11 at 11:00 a.m. in the Batstone Funeral Home with Rev. Horace Mounts officiat- ing. Interment will be in the Vet- erans Cemetery in Shelton. Mr. Perkins is survived by his wife, Margorie; two daughters, Karrie and Kilbun, ,both of the famiiy home; two brothers, Floyd Perkins, Shelton and Leonard Perkins, Los Angeles; and two sisters, Mrs. Ruth Crase, Tacoma and anotiler sister residing in Port Angeles. Graveside Service Held 0et. 8 For Mrs. Myrtle Strine A long-time resident of Shel- ton, Mrs, Myrtle Lena Strine, was called by death in Providence Hos- pital in Seattle Oct. 6. Mrs. Striae, who was 59 at the time of pass- ing, was born in Elkins, r.V. A resident of Shelton for the past 32 years, the Strines had made their residence at Star Route 1, Box 203 A. Graveside services were held Tuesday, Oct. 8, at ] p.m. at the Evergreen Memorial Park in Seat- tle. under the direction of the Greenlake Funeral Home. Survivors inclnde her husband. Allen Strine, Shelton;. and three daughters, Mrs. Paul Schnoor, Lewiston, Ida. ; Mrs. Donald Schwartz, Seattle; and Miss Judy Striae, Seattle. Funeral Services Held Oct. 4 For Mrs. Rule Hudson Death claimed Mrs. Ruin P. Hud- son, 82. at the Shelt0n General Hospital Oct. 1• Born in Iowa Sept. 10, 1881, Mrs. Hudson had made her home in Mason County for the past seven years. Funeral services were held Fri- day, Oct. 4 in the Batstone Fun- eral Home• with Rev. Horace Mount conducting the services. Interment was at Evergreen ceme- tery, Everett, Wash. Surviving Mrs. Hudson is her husband, Leland, Shelton; one daughter, Glady. Currie, Everett; one sister, Marie Keene, Corvallis, Ore.; and one grandson. NO FIRE PERMITS Fire permits for outside burn- inn will not be required after Oct. 15, T. E, Deer, Fire Chief, said this week. Skokomish ChurchWomn's Group To Meet MARY H. KNIGHT SCHOOL HEWS I Schoel Enrollment Highest In History; New School Construction Progressing IIy Tom DAle theme. "Tile entire school story". School opened with a large in- It begins by telling and illustrat- crease in enrollment. With contin- ued registration of new students. By Mary Valley Supt. Eugene French announced SKOKOMISH -- Mrs. HArold that enrollment will he over the Hunter will be hostess to the Vo- 160 mark men's Stewardship of the Skoko- The school directors have ap- mish Comimmiiy church this proved the purchase of 50 new Thursday evening. The meeting desks and ehah's With the par- starts at 8 p.m. And a cordial in- chase, all classrooms will be equip- ped with new furniture. I The directm's lecently cdnipleted ' their continuing building inspec- tion with Architect Valt Wie- herg anrt contractor Gene Gilrl', The board of directors eongrat- ulatect " the contractors on their workmanship and I)ropjress in the constr/leti:nl of the new school. The school has d(,nated ohl fur- iture an:t t)ooks to the Matlock Community (?tmreh. Dek. will be used in the Nunday School pro- gram Ariel old textbooks will be sent to overseas missionaries. BILL TREN(?KMANN was re- elected president of Lhe Mary M. Knight student body. Other offi- cers were vice presidont. Jerry DeFoer; secretary. Jackie Landis: i treasurer. David Valley; and as- sistant treasu¢'er. Mae Cockburn. All the classes have had at least one meetin The main pur- pose of these first class meengs is to elect new class officers. The reults are a follows: FRESHMEN : Dave Stodden, president; Bob Hollatz. vice pres- ident; Rene' Perkins, secretary; Linda Miller. treasurer. SOPHOMORES: Vernon Buch- anan, president: Tom Jefferies, vice president, Loretta Beerbow- er, secretary; Marlene Leberge, treasurer. JUNIORS: Kristine Graham, president; Sandy Miller, vice pres- ident; Dennis DeFoer, secretary; Lerov Valley, treasurer. SENIORS: Jerry Shaw, presi- dent: Pat Walker. vice president; Jackie Landis. secretary; David Valley, treasurer. Jackie Landis was elected Girls' Yg?agm president Also '.lected were Margaret McGarvie. vice- president; Donna Owen. secretary, and Gloria Avery, treasurer. The annual staff announced the fall delivery of the Klahowya '63. This yeals annual follows the Symptoms of Distress Arising from STOMACH ULCERS .uE TO EXCESS ACID QUICK RELIEF OR NO COST Over five million packages of the WILLA RD TREATMENT have been sold for relief of symptonrs of distress arising from Stomach and Duodenal Ulcers due to Ex- cess Acid--Poor Digestion, Souror Upset Stomach, Gassiness, Heartburn, Sleep- lessness, etc., due to Excess Acid. Ask foe "Willard's Message" which fully explairal this home tlatznenL--fr---st Nell's, McConkey's, Prepp's vitation is extended to all the lad- ies of tile valley. Sunday dinner guests of the Ar- thin" Jolinsons were Mr. and Mrs, Chester Valley. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Van CleAve ave tile p,"oud grandparents of a baby girl born tc Mr. and Mrs. Sim'eon Jacot of Port Orchard. The little one has been named NAomi and weiyzhed mx pmmds. MR. ANI) MRS. Chester Valley made A business trip to Tenino and Centralia Mon:lay. They were accompanied by Mrs. Alvin Hal- bert of Shelton. Mrs. Alice Crossan was involved in an atttomobile accident and is confined in the Shelton Hospital for observation. Mrs. Roy Coble made a weekend trip to Espacada, Ore.. where she i visited Mrs. Alfine Masse. Ac- companing her were Mrs. Gladys Tozier. Mrs. Dora Lanning, and Mrs. Viviau Smith. A goodly number attended the Rally Day at the Community Church last Sunday. The Moody film was very interesting and for the next several Sundays a short film will be shown during the opehing exercises. MR. AND MRS. ED COLE cal- led at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Stan Johnson one day last week. Mrs. Ida Johnson entertained the executive "board members of the KhTelton Baptist church Tues- day afternoon. Those present wera Mi's. Sharon Johnson• Mrs. Wil- son Moore, Mrs. Margie Valley, iVrs. Sally Doherty, Mrs. Jeri SterLz, Mrs. Lavonne Cole• and Mrs. Otis Richey. Qtiite a delegation from Skoko- mish Grange accompanied the De- gree and Tabelau teams to Ag- ate Grange Hall last Saturday ev- ening 9there they initiated about three dozen candidates. This Fri- day at 8 p.m. is the regular meet- ing of the Grange so please come and support your officers. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Don Doak were Mr. and Mrs. Orville Stanley, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Minor. and Mr and Mrs. Charles Minor. COUNTY BUILDING PERMITS Building premits approved by the Mason County Commission Monday included J. J. Corbett. wood cabin. $5,000 and Charles Archie Kidd. concrete block gar- age, $1,000. Use Journal Want Ads inn, with photographs, the history of the school Lhen becomes more Up-to-date with tile events of tile past yea*'. Copies may be obtained at the Mary M. Knight school for $2. The Sophomore clas was glad to sponsor the initiation dance last Friday. This was not the opinion the Freshmen who had to complete the tasks set before them by the sophomores. These new members of high school proved to be good '.ports and managed to suffer ihrough the torments of the soph- omore class• A special breakfast is being scheduled for Oct. 12. It will be held in the school cafeteria from 4 to 9 a.m Prices stair at 35c for grades three thrmgh Nix. 50e for grades seven through 12. 75e for adults. There will also be re- duced rates for families, Every- one is invited to attemt, espec- ially the hunters who want to start the hunting season off right. SCHOOL Menus for shelt0n Schools and Shelt= Week of 0ct, High Monday spaghetti, bread, peas, Tuesday  chili bread and tel' sandwich, berry cobbler, Wednesday buttered bun, beet pieRles, cream, milk. Thursday with turkey light rolls, F}iday wich, tomatO- fruit salad. er. mill{. Supplement with Prepp's 133 RR. FREEZE • Famous New Gibson Brand • Reconditioned, Warr00 • All Sizes From 26 cu, • Chest and Upright Styles Food locker users who must find means of preserving their Meat, Fish, Berries, etc., can find exaCtlY right Freezer for their needs at LEMWARREH REF 2nd and Cota Streets ph0n¢ I$. MOVE UP TO CHRYSLER '64 Engineered bettcr...baeked better dmn ,any car in its class The '64 Chryslers are here: the luxurious New Yorker (above); sportS* bred 300; and the surprisingly easy-to-own Newport. Clean. Crisp. Handsome. 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