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17. 1963 m...m=......m. Our EMEN mmm...mma= fire control tech- USN, son of Mr. Hash of Potlatch, tile guided mis- MacDonough Pahna, Mal- tile course of her the Sixth Fleet qrk, Jr., radarnlan son of Mr. and ClaL'k, Shelton, is Ithe anti-suhmarine aircraft carrier recently eel- SPEAKER--Special revival ser- vices ave in progress at the Foursquare Church, 910 E. Dear- born Rev. Cuy Peacock is the special speaker. Re,, Mr. Pea- " cock is a native of Oklahoma and has spent many years in both pastoral and evantelistic ministry He has conducted suc- cessful revivals in many states ) On Display A INUI=ANCE?dAN TRAVEl, PERSONNEI, I t QILLII'IES FOIl ('LASS ]lAVING UP TO 'rilE NAME 1 i George lJ. Witc,'afl of 518 El-( You eeded a progra,n to tell ,cnol"o" I llnor Av,)lllle, Sheltoll, hns qllali- I vh() w', ' \\;vh,re .+v,,lllld the Angle ) fieJ to "lltelld a career conference Trllvel t.,,scl.vation Agencv l'/st Iof New Yol'k IAf ]]lSilrailee Conl- \\;veol(. pang's field undevwviters Ocl.obe/' A two-headeJ g/lter snake is on 2!-23 in S,'atlle, ,lt'cm'ding lo C. 1C ) Owner Clara Ang'le returlled displav at Sheitol High School. Edwards, CLU, manager of the from n 13-n:ttion Pan Am- SIIELTON MASON COUNTY JOURNAL-- PublLqhed in rtOh, ristmastmmL U.KA.", Shelton, Washington Among Your Merchants 2.,e00ded Snake Obituaries company's Tac.onta general office. 5,h.. \\;Vitcvq ft will join other aj4ents an,t company executive for educational wo]'k in life un- del'\\;v|'itin;, he:dt)l and enlph)yee prot ecI iol! iltSll f'tlllCe. I)I';AN'S ALL PURPIE AND (IOLl) FOIl SItIOIVING Itave you been seeing a lot of purple around Shelton these days? - then, chances arc you've seen someone froln l)Pan's Studio, either Dean, llimself, or one of his staff in their new purple jumpers .... I eriean travel agents familiariza Tile snake was found by Bevel'- ly Trotzer near her home gild w, as first taken to Southside school where it was eared for about a week by George Pike. science teaeler, and his class. The ereaunc was then turned over to Rodney Rakowicz. Shel- ton High School biology teacher. so Shclton stndents could observe it. It is being kept in a showcase at the High School and will be taken care of. The snake appears to be a young one, about six inches in length. lion lore' of lu'opo whereupon lmsb' l:t ]lrb Angle took off on a similar P':n Am 16-day tour af tile Upper Caribbean on which be will visit Puerto Rico and Ja- maica by way of Toronto and New York City. J,.lst before Herb's departure Eva Ahlskog, Mrs. Angle's assis- tant, lea with her husband Har- old on an extended trip to Europe which will keep them imtil after the first of the year. They went by way of Los Angeles to attend a national don show. then were exercises off the of California. entered San Fran- 20 and moored at departing Sept. 23 port, Long * , , Jasper,' electronics USN, son of Jasper, Pot- aboard the anti- support air- IJSS Hornet which training exer- Northern coast of Ten-Year-Old Jody B00ckman Funeral Friday Ten-year-old Jody Ray Beck- man died in the Mary Bridge Childrens Hospital in Tacoma Oct. 11 following a gunshot wound re- ceived Sunday while playing with a friend in Olympia. Born in Shelton April 20. 1953, little dody rest, ted with his moth- er, Mrs. Delores Williams, 1814 Elliott Road. Olympia. Funeral services will be held Friday, Oct. lS in the Batstone Funeral Home with Rev. Carl Carlsen officiating. Interment will follow in the Shelton Memorial Park. Survivors beside the mother in- elude the father, Jacob Beckman, Salines. Calif.; one sister, Connie San Fran- 20 and moored at Sept. 23 port, Long James D. Edwards, Mrs. J. T. Ed- completed a field repan, course at Europe, in in late Septem- throughout tile nation. He has served his organization as an officer for several years and was a member of the faculty of L. I.F.E Bible College in Los Angeles. He is also a student of Bible Prophecy Services will be held Thursday, and Friday nights at 7 pm. Again he will be speaking at both services on Sunday beginning at 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Rev Lewis B. Wysong in- vites those not attending church to attend any or all of these ser- vices. Proud Grandparents Word has been received fron: Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Eacrett (nee Judy Waters) that they are the proud parents of a 8 lb. 13 oz. baby boy, named Scott Wesley, born Oct. 16 in a Long Beach, California hospital. This is the first child for Mr. and Mrs. Eac- rett, former Shelton residents now making their home in Long Beach. Proud maternal grandparents for the first time are Mr .and Mrs. Frank W. Waters of Shelton Pa- ternal grandparents are Mr. anti getting' re'dy for Open House Sat. October 19 and Sun. October 20'her' Fifty i'amities livh)g in Northwest are bringing in to l)ean's Studio portraits of them- selves made by Dean ill the last 2 or 3 years. "This will give people a chance to see many of the fine portraits we are callable of mak- ing" said I)ean "and we hope tile show will interest everyone in hav- in K portraits made for Christmas". The studio has been redecorated in Purple and Gold (a new color for this year) and all is in readi- ness fro' the showing. In addition to Ihe portraits Dean has borrow- ed some photograms done by Virna Haffer, a Tacoma photographer (see advertisement elsewhere in Journal) Coffee and cake will be Served to tile general public from 12:00 to 4:00 on Saturdas, and Snnday. KAMILCIIE SERVICE STATION OPENS THIS WEEKEND A new service station, along side the freeway, 5 miles south of Shelton. opens this weekend. Loca- ted at the Lynch road the new a radio repair- A of the 3d In- 703d Medium near Kitzingen, en- in April 1962, g at Fort arrived overseas 1957 graduate of School in Shel- Mrs. Francis A. Eacrett, Grape- business is next to the Gateway view. ........................... Cafe. Dean Wilcox has leased the bispatched Equipped Ambulance St. 426-825 !AULEY, INC. Ph. 426-8231 ton, and attended Olympic College in Bremerton. Gary Wayne Stephens, son or Mr. and Mrs. Warren Stephens, Shelton, left Sept. 26 for San Diego, Calif., where he will take basic training in the U.S. Navy. DIRECTORY & Thnrs. to 5:30 p.m. 426-2072 BARBER SHOP Heating Safety check Clean - up Minor & major repairs STAR KEY'S HEATING Sales & Service 514 Ellinor 426-4673 _ ,if i 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 i, i Landscaping $1.50 I Set -- $2.00 . Lawns, rockeries, trees $7.50 up shrubs Top soil, tilling, leveling Free estimates TOWN SALON SUNSET LANDSCAPING OWntown 426.8643 Herbert Baze 426-4718 i .i i i = Masonry Brick, Block, Stone Quality Workmanship Free Estimates Contract or Hourly Basis BILL CARLSON Rt. 3, Box 331 426-4480 i Making Building N. 4th 426-4545 spot from Ed Taylor. Wilcox has operated a station at Brinnon for the past 15 years. CIIEII?" ADAMS I'E''T "xT TO SIIELTON HOTEL George Adams, familar Shelton and Mason county chef, has re- turned to Mason county and has been employed as chef at the Shel- I ' ton {otel, gecording to new hotel manager Gale Mize. Mize along with his wife Georgia, has assum ed management of the hotel from the owners Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Patterson. Also new at the hotel is the bus depot facilities which moved into the hotel last week when Bremerton Tacoma stage took over the bus operation from Lewis Wilson. Wilson had driven and operated the route between Olympia ...... Shelton and Brenlerton for the past 20 years. 5-YEAR RICHFIELD OIL DEALERS TO BE HONORED Don Sperling', Mason County agent for Richfield Oil Corpora- tion, and two dealers from the Shelton area will participate in the 10th annual dealer club dinner which wil be held at the Tyee Res- taurant next Monday. This event is an annual affair honoring deal- ers who have held the Richfield franchise five or 11301'(? years. Emil Rauseher, operator of the Richfield Stgtion on Hil!crest for 25 years, and Bill Jackson, opera- tor of the J and J Service on Mt. View for 14 years, will attend the dinner with Sperling and his office nlana el St / g' "ek Gardner. [ Keep America Green CO, Ph. 426-8283 COS- cosmetics PHARMACY !i Ph. 426-3327 Sand, Gravel ......... I Top Soll Peat Soil Custom Tractor Work Johns Creek Sand & Gravel 426-3552 Norm Anderson i Sewing Machine------ Sales and Service New and Used All Makes & Models Singer sewing Center 117 5th Ave. East - Olympia Open 'til 9 p.m. Fri. Ph. 357-7586 & rewiring SSON ELEC. 37, 426-6520 Tire Service, i Nw OK Tires [ Recapping Used OK TIRE STORES Mt. Vi'ew Ph. 426-4832 i i Morse Pumps Appliances ELECTRIC CO. Ph. 426-6283 TV Service Radio - TV Phonographs CB 2-way radio LEROY'S TV SERVICE Mt. View Ph. 426-3172 COVERING Ph. 426-2292 Printing - - Quality Work of &ll Kinds THE JOURNAL 227 Cota Phone 426-q12 joined in New York by their daughter, Gall. and Mrs. Ahlskog's si.ter and family, the Robert Far- mers of Salem, Ore. They will tour all of free Europe by ear gnd in- elude some skiing in Switzerland as one of the t}'ip highlights. LAS VEGAS HOLIDAY OFFERED BY KIMBEL'S An expense paid three day holi- day at the famous Sahara Hotel in Las Vegas, Nevada will be given a local couple by Kimbel Motors in the Plymouth Sahara Sweep- stakes. To be eligible to win the holiday you must be 21 years old and de- posit an entry blank at Kimbel Motors before the drawing time. 5 p.m. October 26. Employees ot Plymouth dealerships, their adver- tising agents and families may not enter. The winning Shelton or Mason county couple will receive a lux- urious double room for two nights at the Sahara hotel, a certificate goad for food and beverage at "Don the Beachcomber's"; con- ducted tour behind the scenes ot the Casino; two buffets in the Casbah Lounge of the Sahara, midnight show in the Congo Room, including cocktails, club break- fasts in the Caravan Room an0 free games in the Lucky Casino in Las Vegas. An officigl entry form is on page 3 of this week's Journal or are available at Kimbel Motors at 707 South First Street. GAS CONVERSION CLASS IIEL1) HERE WEDNESDAY Working experience on the con- version of a burner to gas was provided Wednesday by the Cas- cade Natural Gas to a gronp of Shelton appliance salesmen and repairmen. Tile vocational class was conduc- led by personnel from the Seattle office' of the gas company. The Petual conversion work wad pre- ceded Tuesday evening by films and discussion of the process. Attending tile Tuesday evening session were Shelton servicemen ag well as some from Ehna and Aberdeen. 7 G ' Gra00 e00,00de Service For Mr. Buffington Mr. Sherman Buffington, 1511 Union Street, Shelton. expired Oc- tober 13 in a local hospital. A res- ident of Shelton for the past 10 years, Mr. Buffington was born in Lawrencebnrg, Ind.. March 12, 1880. Mr. Buffington is survived by his wife, Mrs, Buffington. Shelton; two nieces, Mrs. Edith Wilson, Ta- coma and Mrs. Floyd Johnstone, Newbury, Ore.; and one nephew, Harry Sehumiller, Chicago, Ill. Graveside services were held Wednesday, Oct. 16 at 1:00 p.m in the Shelton IOOF Cemetery Rev. Mason Younglund officiated at the service. FERRY RECEIPTS Receipts from the Harstine Is- land Ferry for the week ending Oct. 12 were $326.50, the Mason County Engineer's office said. Dean, John and Gwen (Dean palmer, John Hendrick. and Gwen Craig) discuss the photograms by Virma Haffer to be displayed at Dean's Studio Open House October 19th and 20th. This type of photography approaches abstract paintlng and is more closely allied to the art field. The public is in;Ked to attend the sllowing on Saturday and Sunday 12:00 to 4:0 - coffee and cake will be. served. (pd. adv.) Both heads are complete, sepa- rated for about one inch back from the noses. The snake is dark in color with a lighter greenish stripe along each side. Students who have fed it flies and gnats have discovered that both heads eat, but, no one knows which brain determines which head is to snatch the insects. BUDGETS (Continued fronl page 1) ures from the county assessor's office. The total is $25.984.640, which is $7,858 higher than last year. Some taxing district, particu- larly the city of Shelton and the Shelton School District and Port District saw drops in their as- sessed valuation largely because of additional depreciatkm in the per- sonal property assessment for the inoperative Rayonier Pulp Mill. This, plus a cut in" state funds for the school district, put tile city and school particularly, in the position of having to reduce ex- penditures to stay within their in- come. TIlE PORT District. while its income from tax collection is smaller this year, was able to in- crease its budget because of a larger cash balance anticipated at the end of this year. Mill levies which fall under the 40-mill limit are all at the mini- mum. They include city, 16 mills; county library, 2 mills; county current expense, 6;90; public health, .45; tuberculosis, .60; sold- ier's relief..05; county roads. 10: schools, 14 and state, for public ssistanee. 2: and fire districts, 4. Although the state levy is fig- ured at two mills in coming under I the 40-mill limit, the actual aln- punt assessed is 3.35 mills. Port districts collect a two-mill levy, but, this is outside the 40 mill limit. This does not include any spee- ial levies which have been approv- ed by the voters for any of the various districts. Kay Beckman, Olympia; one bro- ther. Michael Jay Beckman, S- linas: and the grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph D. Simpson. Shel- ton. Funeral Services Held Monday For Mrs. Essie Roach Funeral services were conducted Monday, Oct. 14 at 1:00 p.m. in the Batstone Flmeral Home for Mrs. Essie Roach. Interment was in the Shelton Miemorial Park with Rev. IIoraee Mounts officiating. Mrs. Roach passed away in a local hospital Oct. 11. She had been a resident of Mason County for the past 35 years, making her home at Rt. 3. Box 262. Mrs. Roach is survived by her husband John L. Roach, Seaside, Ore.; two sons, James ,C. Young, Seaside. Ore., and John H. Young, Yoncalla. Ore.; one daughter, Mrs. Nine Lambert, Shelton; and one sister, Mrs. Doris Raymond. Shl- ton: one brother, W.'J. Simmons, Shelton; and seven grandchildren. Donald Williams Funeral Today Death claimed the life of Donald B. Williams, 604 Dearborn St. Shelton in the Shelton General Hospital at 9:25 a.m. Tuesday. Born in Hudson, Wiseon'in August 1. 1902. Mr. W'illiams was 61 at time of passing. Mr. Williams was well-known in Shelton and had been a meat cut- tel" for years, Funeral services will be held today, Oct. 17 at 2:00 p.m. in the Batstone Funcral Home with Rev. Clarence Lody officiating. In ter- meut will take piece in Shelton Menmrial Park. Mr. Williams is survived by his wife Elsie K. Williams. Shelton; one daughter, Mrs. Don Noreen, Shelton: one son. Bob Williams. Seattle: one sister. Mrs. N. F. Bosen. Livingston. Montana; aria 7 grandchildren. PAGE 5 Gut Pine Shipping 4.H Leader's Council Staffs Hey. I Donates Boo00h Profits Connty Extension Agent, Harold _ks part of Community Service, Van De Riet advises that ship- Mason County 4-H Leaders' Coun- cil voted t5 dona.te the profits lent of cut pine boughs and pine from the food booth operated by trees both in Washington and them al the Exeeptiongl Foresters throughout the Western States is recent auction sale. This donation permitted from Nov. 1 to Dee. 3I. was voted at the most recent lead- Shipping during other periods ot ers' eonncil meeting. Those who the year is no permitted because cooperated on the sale were Mrs. of the multimillion dollar threat Frank Wolf, Mrs. C. M. Jackson, of the European pine shoot lnotl. Mrs. Bob wSlitmarsh. Mrs. Johll Quarantine laws exist to enforce MaeRae, NITs. Lawrence Bedell, this restriction. Mrs. Ben Drake, Mrs. Arthur Agent Van De Riet says that Metl. Mrs. George A. Snyder, Mrs. California has one exception to shipments of pine materials. It does not allow any five-needle pines to be. shipped into the state. In Washington, this mainly con- cerns Western White pine. The reason is to limit spread of the destructive White Pine Blister Rust. Joe Buhaiy, "WSU Extension Forester advises that pine bough and tree shipments have been re- stricted in recent years in an e- fort to control spread of the Enr- opean Pine Shoot Moth in tlis state. Counties quarantined in- clude Mason, King, Spokane, Pierce and Wfiatcom Christmas Arthur Bakke Mrs. Stanley Ly- )nan and Mrs. Roger Williams. At this same meeting the lead- ers' council elected new officers. They include l[rs. Bedell, presi- dent: :hrrs. Arthur Bakke, viec president; Mrs. Joe Bourgault, secretary and Mrs Frank Wolf, treasurer. CARD PARTY There will be a card party Sat- utlay, Nov. 2 in the Parish Hall of St. Edwards Catholic Church at 8:00 p.m. Prizes will be awarded and re- freshments served. tree producers and nurserymen are advised that live pine tree ship- all times without prior treatment ments to points outside the quar- and inspection of State Depart- antined counties are prohibited at lent of .griculture horticulture inspectors. YOUR LETTERHEAD DOES IT REPRESENT YOUR BUSINESS AS IT IS TODAY? Your letterhead is important. An attractive, tasteful letterhead Can i- crease the prestige and impact of your correspondence. It should be up-to-date, assuming the present- day personality of yourbusmess. If lou think your letterhead could stand tmprovcment, come tn and discus= it with us, We'll bo glad to supply you with a type layout or art sketch of a "new look" for your letterhead and envelope. NO charge or obliga. of ours NO MONEY DOWN-Ist PAYMENT DEC. Over 200 " Appliances On Display MILLER'S SHELTO. OLYMPIA A Subsidiary of P. N. Hirsch & Co. Shelton &. Mason Ceunty's Only Autharized G.E. Sales & Service NEW DELUXE G.E. 12 LB. WASHER q79 's 00288o0 Cu. Ft. Upright Holds over 700 lbs. Over 420 Ib, cap, 05 yr, Warranty 3 yr. Food Spoilage Warranty Each Shelf A Quick Freeze 18.8 DAY- WE HAVE llABE HO SPECIAL PURCHASES - 00ECK THE PRICES-COHPARE-AHD YOU WILL HAVE FURTHER PROOF THAT "HOBODY" BEATS A HiLlER-DEAL [//[tIERS NOTE: THE PRICES QUOTED IH THIS AD ARE THE REGULAR RETAIL PRICES WHICH CAH BE SEEN 0N OUR FLOOD E00EBY-