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October 24, 1963     Shelton Mason County Journal
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October 24, 1963

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THE JOURNAL IS EQUIPPED TO TAKE CARE OF NEARLY EVERY PRINTING PROBLEM o. o, NEXT TIME YOU NEED press in this picture. Offset printing is accom- plished with a photographic plate as distinguish- ed from letter-press printing, which is done di- rectly off metal type. r * LETTERHEADS * CHECKS * HANDBILLS ENVELOPES * STUFFERS * TICKETS * STATEHENTS * PLACARDS * STICKERS * BUSINESS CARDS * FOLDERS * CATALOGS * RAFFLE TICKETS * BOOKLETS * INSERTS * NEWSPAPERS * INVOICES * PROGRAHS * REQUISITIONS * VOUCHERS * NOTES * AFFIDAVITS * DODGERS * DEEDS * SHIPPING TAGS * POST CARDS * SIGNS THERE'S PRACTICALLY NO LIHIT to the printing services we offer. FPSET PRINTING is one of the varied types )rinting services offered by the Journal. Jim urn, printing foreman, is working with the rnal's 12 x 18 inch Davidson offset cylinder OUR ARE PRICES LOW IALL JOBS ARE THE FORTE of the little ltl'fed Chandler & Price "snapper" on which ve Thacher is feeding envelopes, Maximum sheet size is 10 x 15. It is a sturdy, durable small press designed for short runs. OUR KNOW-HOW IS HIGH IGHT, Asa Pearson is a letterhead for 3ighly versatile Weben- er Little Giant, which handle stocks from ex- 1ely thin onionskin to G-ply cardboard up to inches. LOW. Jerry Stiller, one of most versatile printers in JOUrnal family, feeds an  Card into the C & P mentioned earlier. OUR SERVICE IS FAST WHEN YOU NEED PRINTING OF ANY KIND ONE OF THE MOST VERSATILE letter-press machines is this Chandler & Price press with a Kluge automatic feeder on which Russell Stuck is shown at work, It will handle jobs as large as 12 x 18 inches and paper stock from thin onion- skin to 8,ply cardbQardl i PHONE 426-4412 Let us show you what we ran do. BIGGEST of Journal job printing presses is the Miehle Pony, capable of handling forms as large as 24 x 34 inches, on which Chuck Scllwarz is shown feedlng the4o & 8's state-wide pblication, the Jig-A-Jig. The Shelton high school newspaper, the Highclimber, is also printed on this press. These five machines give a wide va- riety of prses types which can handle virtually any kind of printing job. "o{ are welcome to drop in and watch them operate anytime.