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PACE 2 ,tIELTONMA80N COUNTY "JOURNAL-- Published in "Christmastown, U.I.A.", ghelton. Washington Thursday, i i Mild Fall Weather Gets Nature ,Confused Mild fall weather has e fused 1V[other NaLme ill Mason County, apparently. Marie Kubik&apos;s garden on East Pine street has produced a huge sunflower which is on display at the Journal. wifile out as Krlmil- cbe the Gene Taylor yard is dec- orated by rhodadendron blossoms and Easter lilies. Anybody else with an unusual natllle story GLASSFYRE E .p..,,i :...,.. Complete line of chimney packages Fire sets, grates etc. Screens from $13.95 Hoodsport Area Youngsters . Merchants Observe Halloween With Parties j Among Your Carlson's Tile & Fireplace Shop on Mt. View LUMBER By Merle Smith many Tuesday. These are second HOODSPORT -- Halloween Is anti third grade girls. in the news this week with all the Mrs. Delmtmt Emery with Men- grade school classes having some ty and Nichole spent two weeks sort of party with or without cost. visiting her mother and fandly, Refreshments were furnished by the John Kneelanqs at Potlatch the mothers, Thursday Del arrived from Yuba The pre-school children enter- City. Calif. t< )in his family. He tained their mothers and younger and Slmron enjoyed a vacation at brotbers and sister8 with staging Harriso,n Hot Springs while and a display of thci.l: handiwork.' 1 Grandmh, .ea.'H for. t]e cbihh'en, The Junior" high sl:udents held a T'heY a,ri'ivedhome in Potlatch for b ...... o .... -^;- a f/mil dinner with the Knee- arll fiance parl;y LO tzy ut t.uvC. . ,.. ', ,. ^..,, ........ .a ..* X ...... ; A.n. lianas and brother Ron G0o$ and ,nwJ 3, {,luu'u CL ua ,-t.uaL'e u -. _. . " , .... i - Th  --r"- wa" iann a *" gamlly, and :back to California ,on Miss Gayle Calanan and her as-" bt}log:y , '2'.:-" : "  ' ' vn "and Mrs Sydney .Nnderson instants w.re Mrs. Helen Spauld- ..-  .'= . . ' . . * ing, Mzs. Ann Mayte and Mrs. nn a,tr. ana lvlrs. Steve .rime join- Beverly Lyman. Miss Catanan's ed with Mr and Mrs. Bill Lieske ninth grade home economics class in M0ssyrock . for their anmml p.on.ron th rofvoahrnonr nnd birthday celebrations." The group enjoyed a tom.of the new" Dam planned the decorations., Some, of .. .... .,..:= .... x. , ' {:he teachers With ,their husbands .ll.l *trUU was a nnd xxri.ro rifh aovnl' nn,otitq .mxgnty' press hunter .on bunnay : wn n ne ShOt a mg foe assmted wAh the successful eve-, _. . , ........ ,;,;.;.o " " I 'l:ne  junior nigh , school Girls' ........ .Z  . - . _ ' _ ILeague attended theconference of xME u.. hewing tmo me ........ ,v,s . f .... '.. ;: -  .- Ithe-NorthernD =mn o South- at the home oi lrs. Jim teeaer WeB W ' hi a " o;.,,.,, v ..... on Halloween. The evemhg s en-IMrs itld 1eDovell , and, Mrs. tertainment was "bobbin" for ap- Norman "z--- -- ---- ' - - ' , , . . , [ t  z*.y acontpalnecl tne pies Mrs Bill Ing served efzesh , ' ' . '.  girls and Mr. Rieti,/rd BaLes drove merits. . - ' " the:bus. There weYe': 38 girls who Mrs. Edna White drove with .gtteided from the.Ho0d Canal the comlany of her slster Mrs. school The:theme for th year is Ernie Campbell and Irs. Anna :'Trea'sures for Girls". Johnson to visit with friends and relatives in California.: Mrs. John- son stopped lli Crescen t City to see her daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Pete Viger. The other 2 gala continued off't0 Comptche, Calif., for a visit with their mother, I Mrs. Elizabeth Tallja. Then a Col-.] istoga fgr a time witli a brother I Andy and onto San Mateo with] sisters/ Then over to Lake Tahol to see friends. " ' " ] Mrs. Johnson came home by] plane and really enjoyed her first' trip by air. Ann and Elms arrived home Tuesday evening. - GIRL SCOUTS oJd: Brownies are in full swing, now. Mrs. Bart Robbins, Mrs. John Denison Mrs. Earl Crumb and Mrs/John Pill ac- companied.by the girls attended the Juliette Lowe tea held at Mt. i View school. .I The Brownies of Mrs, Pill's troop will have their investiture cere- '1 III HARDWARE 1 mile off highway on Cole Road tD, PAINTS Cole Road Builder's Supply Cole Road Ph. 426-8224 Jack Grubb is leader of the Webelos Den, The boys meet on Tuesday evening from 6:30 p.m. to 7:30 MRS. JOIIN PHJ, aild Mrs. Carl Fellstrom traveled to Longiev on Wednesday to visit with Mrs. Curt Ledford. Mrs. Bob Smith and Jerry trav- eled to Tacoma on Friday evening and spent the weekend at the home o'f her sister, Mrs. Ray Peterson ' Ray Peterson Spent the weekend In Potlatch with: Bob Smith and boys. All tried "some hunting, Jeanne Peterson visited with Da lene Gray: Fishermen's Olub To See ,Film Sunday A e lean history:c0nes to life in a . motion picture to he"shown, Sunday morning, at the  Fisher, men's Club' meeffng at the PUD at 9:30;alto. " - The film, "The Mayflower Story", dramatically documents the recent 90yag of the: May: flower'iI, replica of the Pilgrim vessel which sailed" the Atiantic in t620. It is'the first"c0mplete film story of the modern reenact- ment of, the Pilgrim's voyage. The film, in full color, was pre- pared by Acre Mayflower Transit Company of Indianapolis for show- ings to schools, clubs, fraternal organizations and civic groups throughout the country. Na{Tation for the film is by veteran-radio and television news- III I I l I caster Robert Trout from" high- lights of the voyage as told by Maitland A. Edey, Life Magazine coiTespondent who made the trip aboard the Mayflower II. The second section of the Fish- ermen's Club includes a spiritual message .on the subject, "Being Fully persuaded." WINNING PICTURE--Beth Monger, fourth grade student at Mt. Viea; School, holds the picture which won her first place in the Halloween Picture Contest at Stewart's Food Liner. Other win- ners were Greg Mallinger, first grade; Mark Manke,-second grade Greg Brown, third grade, and Bonnie Stacey, lourth grade. StlELTON MOONLIGIIT SALE NOVEMBER 22 An evening shopping event, loa- ded with special bargains, is be- ing planned .for Shelton on Friday evening, Nov. 22. Chairman of the townwide ev- ent is Guy Beckwith who has be- gun contacting merchants to plan their sale items for the "moon- light sale" ccording to the early plans the sres will close at regular time that Friday evening and then will re-open at 7 p.m, for the three hour sale. The'advertised specials will be on sale only during the hours of 7 until 10 p.m. CHRISTMAS CLUB CHECKS AMOUNT TO $20,829 Checks were distributed to 177 memb.ers t0t..a!ling $20,829 this week by the Seattle-First National Bank's Shelt0n branch Christmas Club, manager L, A. Carlson an- nounced. The sum represents the largest Christmas Club distribution so far in the dozen or so years the club has been in existence. With rare exe(eptions, the Christmas Club has grown each year. Carlson said The 1964 Christmas Club is now being started he.+ added. JUD PIERCE RETNS TO MILLER'S DEPARTMENT Recovering rapidly from his heart attack two months ago, Jud Pierce resume his position as ton grocery store owner, during the two months oi his absence. SItAUB-ELLION TIRE PLANT OPENS HERE Expanded customer service and a general all-around automotive service outlet was opened in Shel- ton this week by the Shaub-Elli- son Company Inc.. in its just com- pleted new concrete block building at Front and Grove streets The company has operated a truck tire sales and service ont of quarters at the Shelton airport fox' the past year, handled by Bob Trail, who continues as one of the 3-man staff in the new quar- ters as outside service man. Bill Shaub, on of two brothers and his father who comprise the corporation, and is vice president of it, will, be manager of the Shel- ton operation, while Del Hope will manage the store, transferring here from Tacoma where Shaub- Ellison has its headquarters: It als0 operates a tire service in Puyallup. Eventually, Shaub foresees a four or five-man staff for the Shelton operation which offers Shell lubrication products and both gas and deisel fuel for cars and trucks as well as Goodyear znabber products for both passen- ger" cars and trucks. The plant also has. a wheel balancing and wheel aligning nachine for cars and light trucks. Two fully-equipped trucks to provide tire roan service are head of Miller's furniture depart- maintained here to provide emer- merit this week. His place was tak- gency tire repairs or replacement en by Jim Needham former Shel- anyvhere in this area. : From The t | != County- City Records SHERIFF'S OFFICE ARRESTS were Fred D. Smith. 20. helton, Timothy L. Barnett, 17, held for and John M. Howel, 60. Kent. juvenile authorities. Campbell and Smith were north- :......,..:'.::.,:,::.:::::..'::'..;::::.v:s:'.:::.g,.:::,::iL. "" : N':::':..*:< e: .... SHERIFF'S OFFICE turn when the Campbell vehich Mrs. Walter Wood reported skidded 'broadside into the Smith 100.,000 MILES AT OVER 105 MPH! brush thieves. ' vehicle. The Howel vehicle, south- ' ls. S. L. Thompson reported bound, hit the Campbell ear. The Co.met a tarpaulin missing Campbell vehicle went into the :":- *, " The G.E. Logging Company re- ditch one side of the road the ....... :r;;{ ::':;+'-I:'0" ":" ported a battery out of a tractor Howel vehicle into the ditch on Durabil=ty Run: missing. The tractor was parked the other. in back of Lake Nahwatzel. Damage to tle Campbell vehicle .. SHELTON -OLICE was $250, to the Smith vehicle, George C. Johnson reported he $175 and to the Howcl vehiclel toughest __.: oehaumen00e .. ,. ,o by a dog. The owners $450. ' of the dog said they would keep Belfalr Justice Court 0-f au--motve}o J it:tied and would pay for Joiln- John B. Perelli, Lakebay, fined sons medical treatment. $18.25 for possession of a loaded V ; John Peters reported that the rifle in a car; David E. Kangar stamina e-eP seat C0yers in his car were slash- Shelton, folTeited $100 bail for pos- id. They were valued at about $30. session of deer with no visible ant. Howard. Fuller reported the lers; Dorothy N. Ells, Shelton, for- faced! ,n, sare tire and wheel from his felLed bail 0f $1.3.25 for possession pmkup were st0ten, of a loaded rifle in car; A. J. Scott, A Ir. McGuire from Port An- Olympia, forfeited $103.25 bail for p iF : ' ' : : ) "  * !"= geles reported a rifle stolen from possession of two buck deer The- his car while it was parked in mas R. Decker, Elms, fmeited $25 bail for having a loaded rifle in These Comets drove day and night for 100,000 miles. Average speed of the lead car--over 105 mph.includes time for refueling l WHAT THIS MEANS TO THE NEW-CAR BUYER. This aro Run was the most rugged test ever faced by a new car. These Comets proved their stamina and durability beyond question. And the same skills and engineering excellence that made Comet's performance possible are yours in every '64 Comet. For this is a hot and hefty new kind of Comet--newly styled, newly designed, newly engineered. It's bigger, bolder looking.., with a solid, big-car ride. T one--at your Mercury dealer's. LINCOLN-MERCURY DIVISION  MOTOR COMPANY Jig PAULEY, IH. 5th and Railroad Avenue front of a home in Shelt0n. . Thomas Fuller, Coos Bay, Ore., WS-found in the Lamp Post Tav- erfi parldng lot and taken to the hospital. : He had been drinking and had been in a fight, Charles Van Overbeke, Shelt0n, Was charged with failure to yield the,righ.too way after a vehicle he Was driving was involved in a col- .lission with 'one driven by Floyd S: Rice Darhage, to the Rice ve- hicle was ibdtit $350. Van Over- be ke was traveling south on Third Street: and Rice west on Cedar w] Leii the tw0 Vehicles met at the in :ersection. Mrs. Rice a passen- giVii{ her husband s car stlffered a btlmp on. her head. Lindi Zahn bhelton was unin- ju ,ied when she was involved in a or -Car .accident at the Apex Gro- te rY, She was pulling ijUtfrom the g!0cery store and was blinded by oncoming head lights hitting a telephone pole. 8TATE PATROL One person received an injury Ln a threeovehiele collision about 4":55 p.m. Saturday about 10 miles north of Shelt0n on Highway 101. Driveis of the vehicles were John Miller, 32, Shelton, David McIver, 58, Shelton and Marlene Cleveland, 18, Shelton. Steve Ev- ans, 18, Hoodsport, a passenger in the Cleveland vehicle, suffered a shoulder injury. Mciver was driving at a slow speed with a truck tractor pulling two trailers when Miss Cleveland slowed down behind him. Miller came from behind, hitting the Cleveland vehicle, shoving it into the McIver truck. All three ve- hicles were northbound. Damage to the McIver vehicle was $50, to the Miller vehicle $450 and the Cleveland vehicle was a total loss. William A. Campbell, 17, Shel- ton, suffered a scalp cut and bruis- ed back when the vehicle he was driving was involved in a col- lision with two others about three miles north of Shelton on High- way 101 abofit 5115 P.ra FridaY. Drivers of the otigr tw,J" vehicles car; Henry .&. Rose Shelton, forfeit- ed $3225 bail for minor in posses- sion of and consuming intoxicat- ing liquor, foTeited $5925 bail for negligent driving, speeding (75 miles per hour in 50 m.p.h, zone), driving over center line; Henry Frost, Elms, forfeited $56.00 bail for d!7!ving ovz. center line and speeding (60" m.p.h, in 35 m.p.h zone); Roland L. Luebeck, Brerh- erton, forfeited $35 bail for defect. ige equipment on car. Donald R Kasl, Seattle, fined $10325 for hunting and with doe in possession during closed season Doe was pet deer of North Maor High School students. COUNTY BUILDING PERMIT[ BUilding permits approved b: the Mason County Commtssio: Monaay included Henry Par wood cabin, $1,000; Herbert 3 Noeck, wood storage shed, $30( and Robert J. Watson, wood am concrete barn, $3,000. FERRY RECEIPTS Receipts from the Harstin Island Ferry for the week e'ndin were Nov. 2 $33217, the Maso County mngineer's office reportec POLICE COURT One case was on the Shelto7 PoliCe Court Docket before judg, Rolls Halbert Monday night, Jac! Johnson, drunkeness, $10 forfeit. CITY BUILDING PERMITS Building permits approved b? the city of Shelton the past wee included Simpson Timber Comp any, planing mill and 4ry lumber crane shed $250,000 and Byron C. Hilt, add to residence, $480. SUPERIOR COURT New cases filed the past weel in Mason County Superior Court include Edwin D. Brown, doing business as the Economy Building Supply against James p. Ham- mond for claim of a lien. Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Lucke against Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Miller. a mitt for collection of a debt. Boy N. Collier against Mr. and Mrs. Frank Nold, a suit for dam- age. * ...... Junior ,Class Play 'Dear Ruth' Draws Large Aflendance By IAlne Pr('nlo "Terrific play, terrific casting, terrific evtrything"', staled faculty advisor Dean Tarrach ab()ut lhc Irene S. Ree. high school jmior class play "Dear Huth" l:tsl q'ucs- day. Tarrach was appreciative of the extrn large turnoi for the evening show which was estimated at 250 people The sophomores, juniors and seniors saw the play individ- ually by classes :ast Monday and Tuesday. "Dear Ruth" was first intro- dnced at Henry Miller's Theaue in New York on December 13, 1944. The story is based on a love- sick soldi_r returning to find out after making love to Ruth that her sister had written the letters that caused him to become infatu- ated with Ruth. But all ends well as Ruth jilts her fiance and mar- ries the soldier. The cast was as folh)ws: Sally Hartman a*s Dora; Sue Hartline as Mrs. Edith Wilkins" Melody Morgan and Jill Jeffel'y as Miram Wilkins: Dick Holme as Judge Henry Wilkins; Molly Taylor Sue Ogden as Rnth Wflkms: Jm Rod- gers. Ed Latham as Lt. William Seawright; Foster err as Albert Kummer; Cheryl Bead. Lisa Golds- chmid as Marina Seawright; Tim Schnitzer, Gary Hughes as Sgt. Chuck Vincent; Bill Surratt as Harold Klobbermeyer. Sound engineer for the produc- tion was oss Robb; properties committee, Teddi Travis. Joan Quimby, Sandy Lyman, Leslie Weston. Kathy Mell; prompter, Mickey Wagener; production man- ager, Mr. Robert Rodgers and Ter- ri Turner; and director, Mr. Dean Tarrach. Sandison To Speak To Pomona Grange Cordon Sandison. State Senator for Mason, Clallam and Jefferson cmmties, will speak at the Mason County Pomona Grange meeting Sunday beginning at 11 a.m. in the atlock Grange Hall. Mrs. LeRoy Dishon, Allyn, Lec- turer of Mason County Pomona. and in charge of program arrange- merits, announced that the Senat- or's speech will be entitled "Who will go to College" and will deal with the Leg'islature's st.aggle with our educational problems. Charles Savage, Master of Po- mona Crange, said the meeting will act on some important Grange business and he urges all subordi- nate Grange Masters to have their 5th Degree members attend the meeting. Lunch will bc served by the ladies of the Matlock Grange, Savage said TIMBER ,ALE Among the sales of State Tim- ber scheduled for Dec. 16-17 is 280.000 board feet of scattered old growth Do=glas fir. appraised aL $l.620. at Lone miles west of will be made Orchard office nf tte OI Nai.}ll"t] Rej;cAlrce-q. @ Electric Dryer DLC30 Automatic Time Control Handy Loading 3 Temperature Settings Adapts to 115 0  Built-In Lint Collector Direct Air RoW ,00om'148 O0 See the Westinghouse Laundromat  Refmgerators Waterheaters  Dishwashers. Etc. at SHELTON ELECTRIC YOUR FUTURE CA N BE BRIGHT/ Todays and tomorrows are brighter if you have for the things you want.., and need. How to have tt money??? . Save for it! ... but be sure to save where you eg * botl " a high rate with fully insured* safety. You get TCF! And remember.., save at TCF by November ltl' earn from the 1st. Earnings are compounded and pid quarterly. Three convenient TCF offices now serve y0P in the South Sound area. Our Shelton Branch is open every Friday a fter until 5:30 for your convenience. Free lmrldng, of eUrsc *Each account insured up to $10,000 by Federal Savings & Loan insurance