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PAGE2 , SI-mLTON--MASON COUNTY JOURNAL  Published ill ccC7.ritmatow U.AA lieltoll, Washington Tllursd , Octob 4/ uuuaummuul UmmUmRUnlUmUUUUmUmUUUiDU b..mum uu.umuuuu u. m m m I S W00#]mr ', -r "r. ---. "r-, .-.. Method,st Buddnng , Marrmge Licenses ..^.,.., DISTRICT CONFERENCE OF woHE_II'. ......... +00lyin00 for mar,'i+ licens+s + ESlJJ Hig. Low .reci.. lJ 'J' 'J' N N N Commdlee To Meel at +,,e" 00+on Cou+ *,,+,i+o,'+ 5U(,NL CLUBS TO BE HELD HERE WEI)N October 16 .......... 7] 45 -- October 17 ........ 62 48 October I, ............ 58 3, --- October 19 .... ,Sa 32 --+ October 20 ......... 56 41 .75 October 21 ......... 62 52 2.12 October 22 .......... 56 45 .46 A good and trite woman is said to resemble a Cremona fiddle--- age but increases its worth and sweetens its tone. Oliver Vtendell Holmes USED CARS '62 FALCON 4 dr. sedan '60 RAMBLER Wgn. 2 dr. O.D. '56 FORD Wagon 9 Pass, '55 CHEV 4 dr. sedan '55 PONTIAC 15 Other Used Cars TRUCKS '60 International Ye ton '55 FORD 30 pass. crew bus '54 GMC 1 ton panel '49 Studebaker t/2 ton '44 GI 4 x 4 Steel flatbed Jim Pauley, Inc. 5th & Railroad Phone 426-8231 LIKE LOST FRIEND Dear Si r, I haven't received my paper for the last two weeks. I miss it when it doesn't come. Since I've been in the serwce I've gotten It every week. When it doesn't come it's sort of like not getting a let- ter' for a hmg time. I enjoy reading abduct what has happened t:he past week in Shel- ton. It's he Jext best thing to being able to go home on a leave. I do hope ya be able to get nay paper to me. Thank you for the very good service in the past. Sincerely yours. A,Jc Kenneth G. VanderWal PRINCE YAKIMA NOT COUNTY', FIRST VIZSLA Dear Editor; I read your most interesting ar- ticle in the Journal dated Oct. I0 on the Hungaria-t Vizsla. Enough cannot be said regarding the val- ue and good points of the breed. However. please give credit where credit is due to two other Vizslas of longer residence in Ma-: son County. I have had 2 Vizslas since they were six weeks o14-- one bitch three and one-half years and one dog two and one-half years old which I have shown in many shows. They both have points toward their championship and the bitch has a CDX degree and the dog a CD degree in Ob- edience. They are proven hunters in the field for birds as pointer- retriever, and in the water for retrieving ducks. They are mint wonderful pets with a perfect dis- position with children and small dogs---yet are excellent watch dogs. I would be interested in know- ing the pedigree of Prince Yakima as he may "be related to mine. Sincerely, B. E. Potts Box 400. Happy Hollow Belfair, Wash. BUS DEPOT Bremerton-Tacoma Stages at SHELTON +HOTEL Parcel Freight and Passenger Service Phone 426-4530 I To The Editor Shelton V[ethodist Church will meet at. 11 a.m. Saturday, to dis- { I cuss the best means of meeting the present and future space needs of SO-CALLED 'qIIrNTEI{" the church. Coming to this meet- October 16, 196 'ing for consultation will be Bey. I Dear Editor: A.C. Wischmeiet, Tacoma Dist- I am writing this letter to you rict Superintendent of the Moth- in hope it will wake up some of odist Church; John Austin. Lake- these so-called hunters we have,wood, the architect; and members around here. of the Tacoma district committee : One of these so=called hunters on church location. shot and killed our children's pet The Official Board will meet at goat. which was pure white, the 7:30 p.m. next Monday. A short only resemblcnee to a deer being meeting of the church trustees will he did have hms. It just makes precede the board meeting. me sick and scared to think some- one that stupid and ignorant is I Last Sunday evening eight mem- bers of the Official Board and Rev. allowed to carry a gum. Further- Horace Mounts attended the First more, this pea'son shot the goat right by our house. It is getting so it isn't safe to even let the children outside to play in their own yard. There were four shots fired at our goat, only one hit him. I am hoping the person who did this feels real big about it. Thank you Mrs. Ella Studer Rt. 2 Box 638 The Building Committee of the office this past week were: Fred D. Hansen 44 Bremerton. and Bernice C. Casby, 40, Brem- el'ton Itarold Howerton. 42. Bremerton and Edith A. Hesier. 48. Bremer- ton. Quarterly Conference of the pres- ent church year. Rev. A. C. Wisch- meier conducted the meeting, which was held at Silverdale. The Commission of Christian So- cial Concerns and the Connnission of Education are sponsoring a UNICEF Halloween party for the entire Church School Oct. 31. Chil- dren through the third grade will have their party in the church from 6:30 to 8 p.m. The older chil- dren will collect pennies for needy children of the world between 7:30 and 8:30 p.m. and then retur to the church for refreshments. A Workers' Conference has been scheduled for 6:30 p.m. Oct. 27. Dave Austin Co-Authors Technical MaR Arlicle Dave Austin. 1956 graduate of h'ene S. Reed high school, has turned author, a least momentar- 1All teachers, counselors, commis- ily.  sion members and other interested In the September edition of the tpeople all encouraged to attend. trade magazine Metal Progress, he ! The W'oman's Society of Christ- and a fellow Boeing worker, Don- tan Smwice will sponsor their an- ald Goehler, co-authored an arti- nual bazaar November 7 from 11 cle entitled "How Inclusions Af- a.m. to 8 p.m. at the armory. feet Ductility of Steel Forgings". Watch for details later. Dave has been employed in the materials research division at Boe- inffs on heavy alloy develonmont New My ies At since his graduation from the Un- slor iversity of Washington'in 1960. He Library Provide is studying for his masters degree at the U of W, which he expects Il00Jlu  r l leaJ'-n- to receive in December. | Read any good mysteries laL,y ? Among Your i Library constantly discards from and adds to its collection of mysteries, which numbers some- | where between three and four M h t " "erc'an-s : hundred titles. Some added recent- i ly, which you may have missed, are: Bloch - Blood Runs Cold; NEW FARMERS INSURANCE Bohle- The Wife Who Died Twice; GROUP AGENT MOVES HERE Brown- The Murderers; Creasey- Death In Cold Print; Curtiss Jim Sneddon, of Springfield, The Forbidden Garden; Garve - Oregon, has become the Shelton The House of Soldiers; Garve - agent for the Farmers Insurance Prisoner's Friend; Gault - County group. The announcement has Kill; Gilbert - Uncertain Death; been made by A1 Rexius, district McBain - The Empty Hours; manager for the company. Macdonald The Zebra-striped Sneddon took over the office at Hearse; Marric - Gideon's March; 125 North Fifth street several Potts - The Evil Wish; Proctor - weeks ago and he and his wife A Body To Spare; Shannon - Ace Marilyn have bought a home at of Spades; Shannon - Death of a 507 East K Street. In Oregon Busybody; Shannon - Knave of Sneddon was active in American Hearts; Smith - The Ballad of the Legion activities as well as the Hearts; Smith The Ballad of Masonic Lodge and Elks. the Running Man; Stout - Gambit. a Nero Wolfe Novel; Upfield E" Symbol of Ser ue For 36 years Thurston County Federal has helped the families and home owners of tM South Puget Sound grow and prosper. And, we've grown with them. (Three offices now serve you.) The reason for this success??? Simple! We really believe in the future of this area. And, we believe we can help it con- tinue to grow by offering SERVICE... with insured* safety. We invite you to take advantage of TCF Service . . . Service to both the saver and the borrower. Our Shelton Branch is open Fridays until 5:30 to SERVE. you! * Each account insured up to $10,000 by Federal Savings & Loan Insurance Corp, T//UR$TON COUNTY FEDERAL SAVINGS & LOA'N ASSOC|AT|OI OLYM P i Al LACK/ SHELTON Home Office  Branch  BranGh The Will of the Tribe; and XYaugh .... The Late Mrs. D. Western lovers should look for Adams - The Dangerous Days of Eiowa Jones; Brackett - Follow the Free Wind; Farrell - Ride the Wild Country; and Patten - Guns at Gray Butte. Hal Borland s "When The Leg- ends Die" is a story of an Indian, Thomas Black Bull who suffers from the conflicts between a white man's and an rffdian's life. _i .................... __ ........ It'+ A Date Today, Thursda.y, Oct. 24 Evergreen P'iA. 8 p.m.. school auditorium. Sportsman's Club. 8 p.m., Un- ion community hall. Friday, O('t. 25 Ruby Rebekah Lodge, 8 p:m., IOOF Halt Union Ladies Civic Club card party, 8 p.m.. Union Community thll. Olympic League football, SLel- ten vs. North Kitsap, 8:00 p.m., Loop Field. Saturday, Oct 26 FOE card party, 8 p.m., airport Hall. Drivers' license examiner, 10 a.m.- 5 p.m., police station. SEY Club Carnival. 7:30 p.m., church basement. Salty Sashayers Square Dance Club. 8:30 p.m., Memorial Hall. Smlday, Oct. 27 Shelton churches invite you to attend the chm'etf of your choice. 5hmday, O('t. 28 County commission's meeting, 10 a.m.. courthouse. Shelton General Hospital Aux- iliary, 12:30 p.m., Colonial House. Mr. View PTA. 8 p.m.. at the school. 'rnesday, Oct. 29 Kiwanis Club luncheon, noon, Memorial Hall. City commission's meeting, 2 p, m.. city hall. Kick-off breakfast, annual Boy Scout fund campaign, 7:00 a.m.. Shelton Hotel. Solicitation will be throughout the day in a dawn-to- dusk drive. Wednesday, Oct. 30 Drivers' lioense examiner, 10 a.m - 5 p.m., police station. Thursday, Oct. 31 Rotary Club luncheon, noon, Ming Tree Cafe. Shelton Toastmasters Club, 6:45 a.m.. Ritner's Broiler, breakfast meeting. Jnnior high football, final game of season Shelton vs. Washington of Olympia, 2:00 p.m., Loop Field. Mr, Olive W allher League Hosis Meeting The Mt. Olive Walther League held the 1963 Fall Rally for the Southwest Zone of the Evergreen District Oct. 20. The theme was "Cross-Eyed Christians." There were about 170 leaguers at the rally, representing some 14 church- es m Southwest Washington. Among churches represented were: Tacoma. ,which has five .churches of the Lutheran Church, Missouri Synods. Federal Way, Olympia, Chehalis. Laeey, Aberdeen. and Puyallup. Opening devotions were led by Rev. Gerald L. Herman, and fol- lowed by the business meeting. Subjects discussed, among oth- ers, were dancing, the financial condition of our zone, and a girl in Seattle who's parents were killed in a fire and needed a home. Mary Stewart's "The Moon Spin- Following the bttsiness meeting an nets" is a good suspense story set offering was taken to be sent to in Crete: the readers who cn- this girl. joyed "The Ivy Tree", "Nine Coa- A topic discussion on "Cross- ches Wailing"', and "Thunder on Eyed Christians" was led by ReV. the Right" will want to look for Norman Ott of Olympia. this. The recreation for the racy was led by Karen Stemquist, Rosanne | I Most freqtent cause of dwell-[Putvin, and Kathy Mell. It th- ing fires is defective or misued [ eluded circle da'nces and polkas, heating and cootdng equipment, and it turned out to be one of tim National Fire Protection studies biggest successes of the rally, show. A close second is careless Nearly everyone joined in, and it disposal of smoking materials, t was a lot of fun for all present. * SEWIN6 ,MACHINES * VACUUM CLEANERS * FLOOR POLISHERS SEWING MACHINE FLOOR MODELS AND DEMONSTRATORS REDUCED 20 o ,o '50 ffl0M .EGUIA PRICES WHEN Pi'l All maintained in top condition- Some one-of+kind. SPECIAL REDUCTIONS ON SINGER* CANISTER C LEANERS Now priced from $39.95 SINGER* FLOOR POLISHERS REDUCED Now priced from $24.88 CHARGE IT. Buy now and save-- Use one of our 3 convenient credit plans. EVENTS presid+/' Peninsula District bsiY let,  1 aId go Winners Named By Local Bridge Club Winners at the Monday night meeting of the Shelton Bridge club are as follows. North-South pairs: Nell Lewis and Gusti Gold- sehmid. Rose and Bob Quimby, Katherine VanArsdale and Else Schlosser. Etta Rector and Stel- la Hillier. East-West pairs: Virginia and Roy McConkey, Lou and Jim Hart- Icy, Mary Keller and Edna Rhodes and a tie between Alyee and Dick Sotdiere and Ben Jongeward and Guy Robertson. All c-hthusiastic bridge players are invited. Play begins at 7:30 p,m each Monday at the PUD building. Ernest Timpani To Be PTA Speaker Ernest Timpani, superintendent of the new corrections center, will be the speaker at the Mountain View PTA meeting next Monday, An inspirational thought will be given by Rev. Clarence Lody of the Episcopal church. Mrs. Da tell Barnes' Brownie troop will present the colors and lead in the fl-tg sahtte. Business will include final plans for the coming carnival Nov. 2. Doors will open at 7:45 p.m. with the meeting beginning at 8 p.m. SEY Club Carnival This Saturday Night The SEY Chtb of St. Edward's parish will hold its third annual Carnival in the basement of the church beginning at 7:30 p.m. Saturday. Christmas cards, all-oc- casion cards, white elephants, nov- elties, cake wheel, religious booth, refreshments and games of chance will be featured. General chairman, Sandi Gruver. cordially invites the public to attend The group will hold a work party at 6:30 p.m Friday to get the booths set up for the Carnival. This is tt a potluck meeting. PIZZICATO CLUB STARTS SEASON An enthusiastic group of junior and senior high school grls turned out for the first meeting of the Pizzicato Music Club held in the home of the club's counselor, Mrs. R. W. Norvold. The new members were given an insight into the significance of be- ing affiliated wth the Washington State and National Federation of Music Clubs. On display were awards the club had earned for its participation in state and national federation projects during the past year. htcluded were a cup gven for first place in st, ate achievement record book competition and a double-ribbon award given by the national federation for the club's outstanding "Parade of American Music" program. Officers who will head the club for the coming season are: Judy Antonsen, president; Diane Frank, vice president; Vice Valley, sec- retary; and Marilyn Okano, treas- urer. The life and music of Johann Strauss II. the romantic Viennese "waltz king", was the topic for discussion for the evening. Shelton General Hospital Mr, and Mrs. Earl Wilder, Rt. 1, Box 139A, Elms. a girl, October 19, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry G. Dishon, Star Rt, 2 Box 30A, a girl, Octo- +bet 23. Clinic Hospital Mr. and Mrs, William Van- derVeer, Star Rt. 1, Box 175, a girl, October 21. Woman is like the reed which bends to every breeze, but break., not in the tempest, The Fall Conference of the Pen- insula District of Washington Etate Federated Women's Clubs will be held next Wednesday at the Colonial House in S-helton. Registration will begin at 9:30 a.m. Cost of registering is 25 cents. Luncheon will e at the Colonial Hottse at 12:30 p.m. Cost will be $1.75 per plate. Please make your reservation early by writing or phoning Mrs. Nina Mil- ler, Star Route 1, Union. or call 898-2397. lh's. Pierce Linburg, Puyallup, be in cha 2e of the ing. Mrs. Nina Mil of both gitelton \\;Vomaf s dubs. Pi'esident of the rman general chai [ ,IAjIA, Dr. Ernest TimP an [, group at 10'4 1 which the conducted Center. You . shoes to ,,,eat- ia.l construction is still go h ,f Mrs. Ethel DalbY of u0l)" trict Art Chairman, l the crafts afpo BRIDAL SHOWER charge Oe held in the &i:l, Mrs. Jerry Matthews (nee Pat hibit tOvish to exhibiteplg$ Chase) was the guest of honor If you write Star ttt;:'l October 15 when a bridal shower in her or ; her honor was given at the home "Phone number is 898-2 P There will alsO le $ ri ped White Elephant S'I:P defhy expenses. J of Mrs. Mabel Hall with Mrs. El- ten Evans as co-hostess. Eighteen friends were in attendance. Prizes were won by Mrs. Anna Johnson. Mrs. Ads Hurst, Mrs. Lorraine Kelly and Miss Jean Bur- nett. SHELTON YACHT CLUB RUMIAGE SALE The Shelton Yacht Club will bold a rummage sale November 7-8 at the old post office build- ing next to the public library. Please call Marion Saeger at 426-6898 if you have any rum- mage you wish to give. Arrange- ments can be made for p;ckup. JOURNAL WANT ADS GET RESULTS. 1 FREE 3 DAY HOLI Be Kimbel Motors Ouest at The Sahara Hotel, Las VepS ' DRAWINO OCT. 26th Nothing to Buy - Nothing to write One Couple Will Win at KimbeiS in the BIG 1. Contest period is fronr Sept. 20, 1963, to 5 p.m., 26, 1963. .._,ayig 2. Eac.h participating Plymouth dealership, d]}';e,  ' ers ,and the receptacle for entry blanks, will o:.c(J'++ holiday at the Sahara Hotel in Las Vegas. A P ub 0 each participating dealership will be held at 5 P':4 e to determine the winners. No consideration of P u" ,g, quired on the part of the entrant,  eal r:' " =%nr 0:-"e | 3, Contest is open to all adults 21 years of cepting employees of tbe participating Piynot of their advertising agencies, or their families, IiP' +' 4. Entries are restricted to one per person per dea.}e, .0 idays and weekend. excluded. ed ; 6, Names and addresses of all entrie must be p rit ' " ADDRESS .................................................................... NAME ................................................................................. : ...... CITY .................................................... STATE .............. NOTICE TO MEMBEII00 SIMPSON EMPLOYEES' FEDERAL CREDIT UNION A 100% verification of loan and share balances was c mplete as of September 30, 1963. call ed If you have not received your statement, which was t October 22, 1963, please notify the Supervisory Comrittee Box 582, Shelton, Washington. SUPERVISORY COHMITTEE James H. Fletcher, Chairman