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October 24, 1963 SHELTON--MASON COUNTY JOURNAL  Published in "Christmastown, U,.A.", Shelton, Washington PAGE 3 mmmmmmimmmwmswmmmuDmmawRimMiiBiwii= mmmm=imnmwlm !ore The [ County- City Records i zmmmi==mam=mmmmmlmmmmiM=minwsmmm=u==mlmmmmm=mm==l BUILDING PERMITS $125. Roller ,as headed south on approved by Highway 1,01 when Mikelthun County Commission pulled ou t from Fairmont and the to David Dick. two vehicles collided $400; Rudy Lund- Mrs. Rosie Smith reported her residence, $16.000 and&apos;car was entered. Hayton, wood resi- Police are looking for a man RRy RECEIPTS from the Harstine for the weei ending $237. it was report- Mason County Engi- UILOING PERMITS add to resi- Inez McChambers CIDyde White, shed, COURT on the docket ill Court before Rolla night were Dar- speeding, $12 for- Torre. Olympia, no operator's li- forfeit; William A. istration and il- plates, $110 S. Schrieber. speed- Allen M. Caw- Public, $15 forfeit: negligent drip- $34 forfeit: L assault and bat- and $2.50 costs, William F. violation ot onsibility act, no auto disorderly conduct. 1, $111.50 fine, $100 Goldsby, vie- responsibility act, Pikkerman, of safety resDon- to appear, $500 J. Manke, negligent by Lester G. Roll- Mikelthun collided of Highway airmont St. Tuesday. the Roller car was the Mikelthun car Lodge F. & A. M. No. 11 Communication  8 P.M. 1. ttufnail, W.M. Secretary who attempted to force two girls into his vehicle with a loaded tu- lle last Fridav night. The girls became frightened and ran when the man took a rifle from the ve- hicle and loaded it as they watch- ed and then ordered thenl to get in. They ran into a home on Cote Street near where thc incident happened and police were sum  I moned. SHERIFF'S OFFICE Mr. Johnson of the Skokomish Valley reported a lock was brok- on off the cable gate on his pro- perty. Mr. Wolfkill of Rt. 2 reported 3 car coming from the opposite direction had thrown gravel. George Carlson reported that the stop sign at the entrance to Phillips Lake Road had been knocked down. the no trespassing sign on his property had also been ripped off. Bob Keir. South Shore Road. reported a boat missing. SH ELTON POLICE Mrs. Virginia Williams report- ed her car parked in the old Safe- way Parking lot had been enter- ed and a flashlight taken. Cars belonghg to Melvin Mc- Guire. Glen Correa. James Gray, Olympia. and Rev. E. C. Knautz. were reported prowled last week A window in Nellie's Beauty Shop was reported broken. Eldie Burdick was uninjured when his car went into the ditch last week. He told police a front tire had blown out. and. he went into the ditch to avoid hitting an- other car at an intersection. Mrs. Fritchell, Ninth and Frank- lin. reported boys breaking the pickets ou of her fence. A blue and white abandoned bi- cycle was found with a license L 309588. John Getty reported someone drove a car over his lawn. Joe Willey reported two hub caps stolen from his car Friday night. PUBLIC HEARING Tim Shelton City Commission 4 will hohl a public hearing at 8 p.m. Oct. 29 at city hall on the proposed vacation of Mgno- lia and Birch Streets on Capital Hill The commission received a re- quest for tile vacation la.t week from Mrs. Bernice Stewart HESS DIRECTORY INC. Ph. 426-8231 Heating | :oSafetY check. | 'o Clean - up | Minor & major repairs | STARKEY'S HEATING I " Sales & Service 514 Ellinor 426-4673 & Thurs. ..re. to 5:30 p.m. 426-2072 BARBER SHOP - $1.50 & Set- $2.00 - $7.50 up Appointments ASTOWN SALON downtown 426-8643 Insurance Disability, Hospitalization Life Retirement Funds Mutual & United of Omaha Duane Rodgers - 426-6142 Landscaping Lams, rockeries, trees shrubs Top soil, tilling, leveling Free estimates SUNSET LANDSCAPING Herbert Baze 426-4718 lIaking n Home Building 719 N. 4th 426-4545 Masonry Brick, Block, Stone Quality Workmanship Free Estimates Contract or Hourly Basis BILL CARLSON Rt. 3, Box 331 426-4480 PENNEY CO. Ph. 426-8283 ' lubinstein cos- " cosmetics PHARMACY Ph. 426-3327 Sand, Gravel- . Top Soil Peat Soil Custom Tractor Work Johns Creek Sand & Gravel 426-3552 Norm Anderson Sewing Machine Sales, Service Rentals New and Used Free Pickup & Delivery Singer Sewing Center 117 5th Ave. East - "Olympi Open 'til 9 p.m. Fri. Ph. 357-7586 , & rewiring Bonded ELEC. Box 426-6520 Pumps Appliances ELECTRIC CO. Ph. 426-6283 COVERING Ph. 426-2292 Tire Service ] .New OK Tires I I . Recapping I I Used i I oK T,.E STORES I i Mt v,ew - Ph. 426-4832 I Travel -- I Air - Rail - Stealnship i us - Hotels - Tonrs I : ; Extra Charge Fr I Om Sczvice I Angle Travel Res. Center I | 401 Railroad Ave. 426-8272 I I 426"4134 I l:V Service ! . Radio - TV Phonograplm I CB 2-way radio [ LEROY'S TV SERVICE [ I Mt View Ph. 426-3172 [ 4-H Builders imtafl Officers NEW OFFICERS--New officers of the Mason County 4-H Builders are, left to right, front row. Sally Wolf, secretary, and Kay Loertscher, presl- dent; back row, Rodney Matye, historian; Sandy Lyman, reporter; Bob Whitmarsh, vice-president and Tom Trotzer, treasurer. Pet Goat Shot By Deer Hunter in The Pioneer Area Last Week By Betty Ann Shore president, Laura Tokes; vice pros- PIONEER -- The rains have ident. Tammy Gregg; and Secre- tary, Kathy Dickinson. The next meeting will be held Thursday ev- ening, Oct. 31. This night change is being made to enable more of tile girls [o attend the meetings due to conflicting dates. Toe Pioneer school board met recently with the following inter- ested parents and teachers in at- tendance: Audrey Hammond. Ger- aldine Brooks. Sally Taylor, Max Mikldeson. Jack and Betty Ann Shero. Roland Qnnm. and Rex Melana. Board mcmbers are AI I Jones. Chairman: Barrio Stroud clerk: and Mac MeCleary. The school buses xere reDorted to have passed the safety inspection. A motion was made and seconded to fornl a planning colnnlisslou for the landscaping of the school yard. The school board will main- tahl the scbool yard but will ask help from the parents if any ma- jor work needs to be done. Tile growing of the comnnmity was also discussed and that additional 5;ehool space nd a new school bus would be needed coon to keep up with the growing population. Thc Agate Grange Booster night was termed a complete success with several visitors attending to learn about the Grange and its function in a eomnnulity. Grange Pomona Master Charlie Savage showed n movie on the State Grange and its functions within the state. The Agate Grange La- dies served a potluck dinner which was enjoyed by everyone. BY TIlE WAY. I stand correct- ed on a statement that I made in this cohmm two weeks ago when I stated that the school bus which picks up the Leeds Loop children was a 54-passenger bus--- and is carrying up to 73 students when actually it is a 46 passen- er bus and when there is a hill load there are 74 youngsters on the bus--Now everyone knows why tile .chool board is discus- sing .the purchasing of a new school bus. The entire county was shocked and saddened to learn of the death of Stan Sushak. their State Troop- el" for tile past gcven years and previous to that he served lham with the Maen County Sheriff's Department. Stan will he missed very deeply Dy his many friends whom he had served so faithfully throughout the years. The conununu.v extends its heartfelt, s;<mpathies lo Kay and tile family." They can always have the memory that their husband nnd falher was respected and liked by all he Terved and by those who knew lain]. SAVINGS BOND SALES U.S. Savings Bond sales in Ma- son County during September were $15,051, L: A. Carlson. county sav- ings bond chairnlan, said this week. Stat ewide sales were $4,- 992,39!. 5.6 percent above the ,:.unc n!onth last year. certainly come to the Pioneer area but even that hasn't brought the deer out into the open. Hunters all over the place, but no reports of any venison going into the fam- ily larder. The Studer family of Agate is still wondering how anyone could mistake their pet billy goat, Tufty, for a deer and shoot him in their front yard. Especially when he was grazing with the family sheep. Bobby Studer. the owner of Tufty, is still upset over the needless killing of his pet. Bobby's parents are extremely thankful it wasn't one of the children who we-  in, front playing when some careless hunter decided to do his shooting. Cliff VanderWal and Sherry White spent last weekend goose hunting at Stratford Lake near Ellensburg. They returned emDty- handed but reported the tempera- Lure got down to 24 degree one night. Also hunting in Eastern Washington excepl for deer are Corky Dickinson. Claude Irwin, and Gordon Brown. The Joe Edmundston s of New- port, Ore.. spent the weekend vis- Ring in the home of her parents, the Pete VanderWal's and other relatives and friends. The grape harvest is over for the year in the Piekering area. This year was a light year for the loeal grape pickers. Let's hope next year is a lot better. MILS. JULIE REMMON is home again after spending five days in the Shelton General Hospital with a bout with pneumonia. Ella Stu- der took care of the Remmon chil- dren while their mother was ill. The Agate Grange will hold its regular meeting this Friday night and in place of the lecture hour tl%re will be a Halloween party. All nembers are to conle dressed in "Hard Times" outfits and the women are to bring sack lunches for two wlieh will be sold for 25c with the proceeds-going to some worthy cause. Mrs. L. Ferney of Sequim s vis- iting in the home of her daughter, Mrs. Irving Vik and family of Leeds Loop Road. Local Boy Scouts cmnplng- out this past weekend in the Kamil- the area were Jon Johnsen. Leon- ard Rice, Cm'tis Starke. and Jim Kelly. Chris Bunnell will be a'elvin home this weekend for a visit with her family, tile Ed Bunnell's. from Petecson's Business College in Seattle. The Pioneer PTO Executive Board will meet \\;ednesdav night, Oct. 30 beginning at 8:00 in the home of Mrs. Doris Auseth. All committee chairmen and comn]it- tcemen try and be there. THE AGATE Tip-Top 4-H Club held its first meeting of the school veal" in tile home of Mrs. Martin Auseth last Veednesday evening. The election of officers was held and the new officers chosen were The first meeting of the year for the Mason County 4-H Builders was Oct. 14. There were 38 mem- bers present. 4-H Builders is a county-wide organization of 4-H members 14 years and older. An- nual projects include educational end fun trip, various community service projects and booths at the Forest Festival and Mason County Fair. New officers are Kay Loerts- chef, president; Bob %Vhitmarsh. vice president; Sally Xolf, secre- tary; Tom Wrotzer. treasurer; San- dy Lyman, reporter and Rodney Mayte. hiatorian, Janice Morford and Stan Linn were appointed recreation leaders for the year. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Blake will be our new advisors. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Whitmarsh are our other advisors. 4-H Builders are having a Hallo- ween and get acquainted party early in November. The young people who enrolled as members at the first meeting are Lynne Dillon. Jill Diekinson. Chris Fellstrom. Mary Avery, Di- ane Gregory, Karen Smith. (Sko- komish Valley) ; Karen Smith (Ka- milche); Bob YVhitmarsh. Barney Lambert. Ron Brewer, Faye Fis- cher. Tom Trotzer, Judy Smith, Tom Eastgard. Bob Cleveland, Dave "Williams. Bill Johnson, Ka- I,hi Bolender, Beth Crumb, Sylvia Sund, Melvin Evans, David Valley, Dick Nelson. Rodney Mayte, Don- ald Evans. Jerry Marcy, Art Toz- ier: Bill Roberts. Sally Wolf, Jan- ice Morford. Ron Rodgers, Start JURY CASES (Continued from l)age 1) Anthony Nelson, for damages from tile death of Peter Visminas in a traffic accident. Set for Dee. 9 and i0 is the ac- tion of John Dillon against Dennis O'Conner over tile death of Dillon's coon hound. Set for Dec. 11 and 12 is the suit of Firmin Ochoa against Mar- ion Gaff hey, a personal injury suit. Set for Dec 16 and 17 is the action of Wesley Haralson against George Rohwein. a personal injury case. Set for Dec. IS and 19 is the suit of Lumbermen's Mercantile Co. against Thomas F. Hargis Jr. and Cascade-Olympic Construction Co., over work done by Cascade Olympic on a floor in the L-M building. Hargis was the architect. No cases are scheduled between Dec. 20 and Jan. 2 because of the Christmas holidays. The jury list for the Superior Court jury session, which will start Nov. 4 has been prepared by the Court Clerk's office. The list includes 20 names from each of the three commission dis- tricts. The jnry list includes: DISTRICT lEmma B. Richert. Lowe J. Waiters, Margaret New- ell. Lucille T. :Mason, Harold E. Dunbar, Andrew Wingerter, Ber- w3m Thomas. Charles E. Dale Jr., James L. Tiffany, Lawrence P. Hanna. George Ahlquist, Victor Minkler, Lawrence A. Carlson. Jake Ziegler, Leon J. Novotne, Gladys %Vyatt and Arlene Zam- zow, all of Shelton, and NL J. iog- gle, Allyn, DISTRICT 2--Herman Berg, Rankin Lynch, Donald Ragan and Winifred Parrett, Shelton; Merl P. Lamb. Thomas D. Pruitt. John E. Personett, and Dorothy Huffman. Belfair; Margaret J. Young, Hampton Brinson and Gladys Chamberlain, Union; Molley P. Connaly, Elmer R. Johnson, Louise Riker. and John Laramie, Hoods- port: Allard Johnson. Potlatch; LeRoy C. Prusia, Liliiwaup; and Clyde T. MeKinney, Don Breum- mer and Jalnes E. Ryan, Bremer- t011, DISTRICT 3--Violet L. Lafond, Betty Robertson. Arthur Howard, LeRoy LaMent, Dora H. Brown. Mary Ann Peterson. Charles A. Springer, Elsie Buning, F. H. Ret- tig, Wayne Clary, Gladys VCare. Francis E. Devlin. Ole Olsen. Ir- Pin K. Shefler and Reynold Mason, all of Shelton, and Don rhitener, Kamilche. Linn. Leslie Snyder, Kay Loert- scher. Fred BosLwick. David Mil- tenberger. Janiee Blake, Bette Co- wan and Sandy Lyman. CHEF GEORGE ADAMS is back at SHELTON HOTEL Phone 426-4530 FOR BANQUETS RESTAURANT IS NOW OPEN 24 HRS. EACH DAY County To Lease Road Grader ' The Mason County Commission this week voted to lease a road grader for tile Belfair shop from the Cox Machinery Company with an option to purchase at the end of eight, months. The commission received a let- ter from Clarence Fordmeir re- questing his name be withdrawn from the applicants for Civil De- fense Director. The board received an application for the Civil De- fense Post from Mrs. Glee Cook. Barrie Stroud and Wilbert Mc- Clary of the Pioneer School Board appeared to request $5.000 from the Federal Forest Funds for their school. The board received an. offer from Bruce E. Kreager to purchase the old Fair Grounds for $2,500. The board ordered a title search for the property. Sheriff's Office Gets Request From German Tile Mason County Sheriff's of- fice this week received a letter from a Gernaan man asking for a badge from the sheriff's office for his collection of items from law enforcement in the United States. lIanfred U. Bordsch, 3161 Gret- enbert Uber Lehrte, Hannover. West Germany, wrote that he was an amateur student of the study of law in new and old American days. Sheriff D. S. Sam) Clark, said a"badge would be sent to Bordseh, Use Journal Want Ads GLASSFYRE ' Z{ 7; Complete line of chimney packages Fire sets, grates etc. Screens from $13.95 Carlson's Tile & Fireplace Shop on Mt. View I IIII See The 1964 DODGES . . they're dependable We still have a few left-over '63's. Special deals on these cars. 1963 DART Station Wagon Std. Trans. 1963 880 4 dr. 1963 DART Convertible Used Gars 1959 RAMBLER 6 Sta. Wagon ........ $1095 1957 PLYMOUTH Sta. 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