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PAGE 6 SHELTON-:-MASON COUNTY JOURNAL-- Published in c'Christmastown, U.S.A.", She]ton, Washington I i mi SHELTON-MASON COUNTY JOURNAL, INC., Publishers Founded 1886 by Grant C. Angle ailiug Addre's: Box 446, Shelton Phone 426-4412 Published at Shelton, Mmsen County, Washington, every Thursday. Entered as Second-Class Matter at the Postoffice, Shelton, Washington SUBSCRIPTION RATES--S4.50 per year in Mason County, in advance; Outside Mason County, $5.00 Member of National Editorial Association Member of Washington Newspaper Publishers' Association COPY DEADLINES RI/RAL CORRESPONDENCE AND NOTICES -- Monday I0 a.m. DISPLAY ADVER[qSING -- Tuesday noon SOCIETY NEWS -- Tuesday noon PICTURES AND NEWS -- Tuesday 5 p.m. WANT ADS -- Wednesday 10 a.m. EDITOR AND PUBLISHER -- William M. Dickie PLANT SUPERINTENDENT -- Jim Shrum OFFICE M_&NAGER  Lodema Johnson NEWS EDITOR -- Alan Ford SOCIETY EDITOR -- Marj Waters OFFICE ASSISTANT -- Mary Kent ADVERTISING MANAGER -- Barbara Nelson PRINTERS -- Russ Stuck, Dave Thacher, Ass Pearson, Jerry Stiller, Charles Schwarz. ZONING OR NO,? Simpson Names Logging; Planning Assistant ProllloLion of Nell C. Bell. 24. from logging trainee to a new pos- ition as loggifig planning assist- ant for Simpson Timber Company was announced this week by Ron Ring, logging manager, Shelton. In his new job Bell will assist George Adams. logging cruiser, in planning timber harvesting for the Shelton Working Circle. A native of Seattle. Bell was graduated from Central Washing- ton State College, Ellensburg, in 1962 in business administration and geography. He went to work for Simpson a year ago in hourly logging and forestry jobs. Methodist WSOS Plans Bazaar For Today The five major commissions of the Shelton Methodist church will meet at 7:30 p.m. Monday at the church. All commission members are urged to attend. Don't forget the bazaar, spon- sored by the Woman's Society of Christian Service. The bazaar will start at 11 a.m. today at the arm- ory and will continue until 8 p.m. Fancy work articles, Christmas gifts, jams canned fruits, bird feeders, driftwood plaques, nativity CAR IS DELIVERED--Gary Ritner, right, re- ceives the keys to the Pontiac Grand Prix he won on the television show, "The Price Is Right", from R. B. Dickey, owner of the Shelton Motor Co. local Pontiac Agency. The car was delivered to Gary last Saturday in Shelton. He appeared on the program last summer, winning a number of other prizes as well as the car. J LETTERS " EDITOR I Toastmasters Hear T,E " Three New Members - Three new members, Harold :::o: i:2I: 2 :t;I ::2:'  le]ePR E dCiIAT E D Van DeRiet, Don Brown and El- roy Nelson, gave icebreaker al I was given a subscription to speeches when the Shelton Toast- Shelton, Wash. 98584 The Journal for my birthday last master's club met last Thursday month and it's just like getting morning. i I World War I Vets To Meet Nov. 14 Shelton's Madrona Barracks. Veterans of World Vrar 1, "vVlll have its regular meeting Nov. 14 in the Memorial building. A 6 p.m. potluck dinner is scheduled with the business sess- ions for the barracks and auxiliary to start at 8 p.m. Nomination of officers for 19- 64 will be a major item of busi- ness. The group will also discuss fin- al plans _for the First District Conference here Nov. 17. About 500 members from Kitsap, Jeffer- son. Mason and part of Clallam counties are expected to attend. The business sessions for the auxiliary will be in the memorial building and for the men in the PUD 3 auditorium. The auxiliary will seIwe a pot luck dinner at noon. 4-H NEWS Little Egypt Sew & Sews Little Egypt Sew and Sews 4-H Club met Oct. 9 and 30 at the home of Mrs. John MacRae. New officers installed on the 9th are: Karen Sternquist, president; Di- ane Frank. vice president; Ginna Hanson secretary; Shells Hickson, reporter. The new president called the meeting to order on the 30th with Mason County, it appears, has a zoning ordinance of Sorts after all. The ruling last Friday by Judge Raymond Clifford in Mason County Superior Court that the county commission has the power under the county's building permit ordinance stables, good quality used cloth- inK, home-made candy and ceram- ics are just a few of the many articles on sale. Tea. coffee, pie and cake will be served from l:3P until 4 p.m. this afternoon. A swiss steak dinner will be available from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. for a $1,50 donafion Bring to restrict construction of a type they believe would be the children along too. A special detrimental to the general welfare of the county opens the children's hamburger plate will be available to childIen for 50 cents. doors to a lot of questions. The situation has the potential to cause a lot of confusion and trouble to property owners by putting them in the position of not knowing for sure if the type of construction they plan will be approved or not until after the building permit reaches the county commission. Everyone is encouraged to attend. JUNIOR LEAGUE W L Beckwith Jewelry .............. 19 8 Joslin Insurance .................. 19 9 Hembroff Agency ............. 18 10 Bloomfield Logging .......... 15 13 Merv's Tirecap .................. 12 16 Timber Bowl ...................... 12 16 Someone wanting to establish a business could come Team Seven ....................... into the county seeking a location, find what he wants and make an investment in time and money in plans only to find that he cannot build what he wants to even though the county has no zoning regulations. Even a person wanting to build or add on to a residence could conceivably run into the same problem. Up until this time, anyond checking with county offi- cials, including the county commissioners themselves, to find out what restrictions were in force in the county on con- struction would have been told that there was no zoning ordinance, and, consequently a property owner could do as he pleased. W. A. Norris, who was prevented from establishing a wrecking yard by the ruling last Friday, started construction on this belief just as many others in the county have, only he ran into the restricted section of the building permit ordinance. I] the county is to have restrictions on what car or cap'not be built on private property, it should have a zoning ordinance which would define areas and outline what could be constructed on them so the property owner knows where he stands. It should not, as the recent court ruling allows, leave each individual case to a decision, thus leaving the property owner open to suddenly running up against a refusal of a building permit after he has invested time and money in planning. Baptists Slate Special Speaker Dr. Herb Tyler, evangelist and youth leader f)r the past 17 years will conduct pecial meetings at the Shelton First Baptist church next week, according to word from the pastor, Rev. E. C. Knautz. Guest song leader and soloist for the week's meetings will be Henry Rodstrom, well known mus- ician among the church ciycles of the Northwest. Dr. Tyler will illustrate many of his messages with unusual meth- ods using magic, surprise fea- tures and variety items of inter- est. Dr. Tyler has had 13 years experience as an evangelist in ad- dition to several years as a pastor. He has been Regional Director of Youth for Christ organiza[ions in the' Northwest and m()re recent- ly in Hawaii. Soloist Rodstrom has been the featured soloist with outstanding evangelists and Bible conferences during the past 10 years. As an active Gideon and with Christian Business Men's groups, Mr. Rod- strom is well knom in the states of Oregon and Washington. Meetings will begin Monday eve, ning, Nov. 11 at the Shelton Bap- TV SETS FOR RENT Don't Miss the Fun and Entertainment of Television TAYLOR RADIO ELEGTRtG 4th & Cots 426-6602 Baplists Plan Youth Adivity Friday Nigh! The senior high young people of the Faith Lutheran ehm'ch 'and the First Baptist church, both of Shelton, will get together for a fifth quarter activity Friday night, about 25 minutes after the con- clusion of the Highclimber foot- bali game, in the lower auditorium of the First Baptist church at 5th and CoLa Streets. This activity is designed for the high school young people of the two respective chm;ches and their teen-age friends, Plans are being made for a hundred senior-hi'ers which include a "sing-along", skits, special musical numbers, a film, refreshments, a devotional mes- sage by Rev, Carl ,Carlsen of the Faith Lutheran church, and plen- ty of fun and fellowship until mid- night. List church at 7:30 p.m, to be fol- lowed on Tues,:ay after school with a special afternoon for boys and girls. A program of entertain- merit with magic, gifts and sur- prises will be offered in addition to a Bible story. Tuesday evening men of the com- munity will be invited to a pot- luck dinner at the church at 6:30 p.m. with features for men fol- lowed by the evening program in the church auditorium. Friday evening the teenager set of the cSmmunity will enjoy what's called a "Youth Funspiration for Teens'L Dr, Tyler las had years of experience with this sort of ac- tivity after evening services for all teenagers present. Sunday Dr. Tyler and Mr. Rod strom \\;rill furnish programs and messages for the Fishermen'$ club, Baptist Sunday school sessions, the morning radio broadcast at 11 a:m. and the evening final session at 7 pan. .10 18 The Hut .............................. 6 22 High games Peg Bloomfield 159. Rocky Robinson 192. High series--Peg Bloomfield 409, Rocky Robinson 491. GRANGE LEAGUE W L Shelton Valley .............. 281 11 Matlock .............................. 25 15 Agate .................................. 21 19 Skokomish ........................ 19 /, 20 Patrons .............................. 19 201 Cloquallum ...................... 16 23 Pomona .............................. 15 25 Southside .......................... 15 25 High games--lva Cook 171, Carl Emsley 188. High series--Ins Kimbel 481, Carl Emsley 502. MIXED FOURSOMES W L Twister .......................... 23V, 12, Timber Ducks .................. 20 15/ Knock Ou Is ...................... 20 16 Odd Balz ......................... 191: 16 Board Busters .................. 17 19 Strippers .......................... 16 19 What's Next ...................... 13 22V2 Pin Busters ...................... 13, 22V,,, High games Gerry Lou Geist 174 Lionel Leman 232. High series--Gerry Lou Geist 416, Lionel Leman 568. HOUSEWIVES LEAGUE W L Ronnie's ............................ 25 15 Shelton Marine Supply ..231 165 Hood Canal Marine .......... 23 17 Ball's Food Center ........ 19 21 Shelton Union Service .... 19 2i Jim Pauley Inc ............... 19 21 Mell Chew'olet .................. 17 23 B & W Marina .............. 14V 25/ High game--Stella Howard 202. High series Ellen Rebman 485. Split picks--Katie Niles 6-7-10. Betty Dean 2-4-10, Tillie Sherman 3-10. To Late To Classify 1958 OLDSMOBILE two-door hardtop. Good condition. Good tires. Automat- ie transmission, $800. Phone 426-8387. L 11/7-14 die. $85: with pack saddle snd rid- ing saddle. $110. Call 426-297. Mc 11/7 GRA-Y--dEESEI--wM te--Chi ese- Geese; Niuscovy ducks, good breeding stock. Days 426-8643. evemngs 426-9490. B 11/7 L-OST--lring has three irride stones. Downtown vicinity. 426-8165. R 11/7 Legal Publications NO. 3448 NOTICE OF IlEARING FINAL REPORT IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON FOR MASON COUNTY In the Matter of the Estate ol: GEORGE E. HALSELL. Deceased. Notice is hereby given that CURTIS A. CAMMACK. as co-executor of the Estate of George E. Halsell has filed in the office of the Clerk of said Court his final R'port and petition for distribution, asking the Court to ett]e said Report. distribute the prc- l)erty to tJl, |)ePsolls ,thereto entitled and to disc]large said co-executor and that said Report and petiti,m will lm heard on the 61h day of Dece'nber 1963. at. 10:00 A.M. at the Courthouse at Shclton. Washin;aon. at which lin,e and place any t)(.rson intexeted ill said Estate nlay appeur and file ob- jeetiens theleto and eOll[(,st the same. DATED this 5th day of November. 1963. /s/ LAURA WAGENER Clerk of Mason County JOIIN C. RAGfl,'q Attorney for C(,-Execut(r Tittle Insurance Builfling 122 Railroad Shelton. WashillgtorI ]l '7-14-21 3L Sirs: When I write any publication, seem to see and think of one unit one team. Admire our paper a great deal. would not be without it. regard it not unlike a member of my own family; can look stern- ly at 'er, criticize, frown and talk back. but, should any outsider choose you all, they got me on their neck. Cannot restrain my- self from giving you the following, Taking strong exception, Tour issue Thursday, Oct. 31, page 17, columns 4 and 5. under heading: "Born of Necessity! ZIP CODE EXPLANATION." No where, and I mean NO WHERE in entire article is any- thing explained. Nothing hut dou- ble talk! I don't believe any "optical scanner", any place will ever read ZIP numbers. Many people, including myself, often enough, write the figure "5" pho- tograph it and you get an upper case S; Figure 1 can sometimes be photographed: upper case I m' 7. even 9: figure 0. if not closed at top, can look like: 6. Zip num- bers will be scribbled on envelopes with chalk, many colors; pencil, many colors; wet ink. many colors; ball pen. many colors; some raged individuals will even paint ol' ZIP on! And we are going to have "optical scanners" that'll read what writer thought he put .on, rather what he actually did put there-on? I don't believe it! Under sub-heading: "Not So With ZIP Code." You give the number. 832. ZIP is five (5) dig- its. Is this 832, the last three dig- its. the first three digits oz' the three in the middle? And your: "' 832 represents one of 553 sectional centers in the country". How. in the world, can that be? Should these two numbers be t.urn- ed backwards 'afore comparing? Quoting again: " - - the last two digits in the ZIP Code have their normal application." My goodness! Here we have some- thing. "Born of Necessity!" Just like an invention, brand new. all ready two fifth normal! How about the other three fifth? Ab- normal? Subnormal? Psycho-neu- rotic ? Now. the great Me elucidates. 1. Z.I,P. Spells out Zone Im- provement Plan. (Pro'pose, of course, expidite delivery of mail. Fooey on all this chatter re. R.R. Trains, Planes etc.. less and les trains, more and more mail; can't send it by air. Gonna have net- work: ZIP TUBES???) 2. All ZIP numbers, throughout the nation are five (5) digits. 3. First digit: Major Delivery Areas. 4. Secoffd and Third digits, Sec- ondary or minor delivery areas, 5. The rnore intimate forth and fifth mean Local Delivery Areas. (Intimate with Shclton: 84) Manhattan Post Office, 10001; Portland, Oregon. 97230; Portland Maine, 04101; Washington, D.C., 20260; Vashon, Washington, 98070. (You did whip in Portland. Idaho Falls and Pocatello. Why not Va- shon? ) End of elucidation. Cannot believe -zero'd in on- article was composed by anyone connected with our paper, suspect it was supplied by the Postal De- partment. Hae observed, Post Offices various citys, for well over 70 years now. They only give clear, clean, direct answers to such ques- tions: enquiring as to where any one in their district lives, their address, hw to find 'era, their answer is a clear, clean, cut NO! Should anyone ask how mail is handled? Comes again this: Tan- gled up gobble de gook. double : talk- Soon after this ZIP came I enquired about her. local Post Office. I'll swear, the man at win- dow. read me the same thing you published. Kinda think, though, he read 'er to mc backwards![ Respectfully, Charles E. McGonagle, I.D. 84 Snail Waciler, First Class The fullest and best ears of corn hank lowest toward the ground. --Edward Reynolds a big letter from home. I read it from cover to cover and thorough- ly enjoy the whole paper. A big thank you to all those concerned. Sincerely, Marian Linn MEN'S CITY EAGUE W L Beckwith J eweh'y ............ 17 10 40 & 8 .............................. 15 12 Prepp's Rexall Store ...... 14. 121/- Shaub-Ellison .................. 13 13 John's Richfield .............. 13 14 Wilson Company .............. 13 14 Frisken Oil ...................... 12 15 Simpson Timber .............. 10 17 High game---Joe Rank 231. High series--Start Ahlquist 582. FRATERNAL LEAGUE W L Moose Antlers ...................... 23 13 Fuller Construction .......... 23 13 Kiwanis Club ...................... 22 14 Eagles. Aerie ...................... 21 15 Bull Moose 19 Lions Club :::::::::::::::::::::::::::: 21 Shelton Hardware .............. 10 26 Rotary Club ...................... 13 23 High game-Floyd Fuller 232, Don Johnson 224. High series---Frank Marler 563. * ::: * SIMPSON MEN'S LEAGUE Mill 2 ...................................... 25 II Railroad ................................ 24 12 Loggers .................................. 22 14 Mill 1 .................................... 20 16 Loaders .................................. 19 17 Engineers .............................. 15 21 Shops .................................... 10 26 Insulating Board .................. 9 27 High game---Shirley ;Huisingh 220. High series- Stan Ahlquist 585. 12:30 LEAGUE W L Shelton Union Service .... 22 14 CoLa Grill ............................ 17 19 Nell's Pharmacy ............. 17 19 John's Richfield ................ 16 20 High game --- Edith Levett 188. High series -- Dot BarnabY 505. Table topics were led by Sam the 4-H pledge and the pledge of Clark on "Should the U.S. try to allegiance which were led by the win the race to the moon?" McCallum girls. Dave Thacher was master eval- uator assisted by Bud Knutzen, George Nichols and Clive Troy. Walt Stansbury was a guest at the meeting. Speakers for next week will be Jim Barrom, Ken Frank and Paul Gillie. Bud Knutzen will be toast- master. Arn Cheney, evaluator ana Don Wermlinger in charge of ta- ble topics. WOMEN'S COMMERCIAL W L Richfield Oil ...................... 27 13 Gott's OTierettes .............. 24 16 Kelly Fmiture .............. 23  16/, Bill's Shell Service .......... 23 16/,, Allyn Shell Service .......... 18 22 Eells & Valley ................. i17 23 Ming Tree Care .............. 15 25 Darigold ............................ 12 28 High game--Nancy Hurd 218. High series--Andy Rodgers 505. Split pick Lorraine White 6-7. Kelly Furniture 3 (Jean Ream 493), Allyn SheU 1 (Joyce Dion 488) ; Eells & Valley 3 (Andy Rod- gers 505). Darigold 1 (Adair Neau 455): Bill's Shell 2 (Betty Wolden 428), Ming Tree 2 Gin Benson 392); Richfield 2 (Phyl Ziegier 464), Gott's 2 i June Loving 470). MEN'S COMMERCIAL Ziegler's Camera Shop 24 12 B & R Oil ....................... 21 15 Moose Lodge .................... 20 16 Wingard Sport Shop ........ 20 16 Wilson Company ............ 18 18 Ritncr's Broiler ................ 17 19 Gott Oil ............................ 14 22 Verle's Sporting Goods .... I0 26 High game -Chub Nutt 218. High series Fred Snelgrove 586. ingard's 4 [Eldon Todd 565), Verle's 0 Stu Steehler 500 Moose 3 Bud Knutzen 582), Gott Oil I (A1 Luhm 498/; B & Oil 3 (Fred Snclgrove 586). ilson's 1 ,Dan Wilson 569) ; Ziegler's 2 (Lee Schuffenhauer 534), Ritner's 2 (Chub Nutt 541). During this meeting demonstra- tions were shown and a com- munity service project was dis- cussed. A way of building up the treasury was also talked about be- fore the meeting was adjourned. -- WEATHER -- High Low Precip, Oct. 30 .............. 53 43 .14 Oct. 31 ............... 58 39 Nov. 1 .............. 50 39 1.27 Nov. 2 .............. 53 40 .50 Nov. 3 .............. 52 41 .16 Nov. 4 .............. 53 39 .26 Nov. 5 .............. 52 35 .25 DRUG DISCOUNT The Mason County Steering Committee for the Aged again is reminding all persons 62 years o age and over that beginning Dec. 1. Prepp's Rexall Store, Nell's Pharmacy and Roy McConkey's Drug Store. Shelton druggist, Wilt give a 10 percent discount on all prescribed drugs which must be paid for in cash when purchased. USE9 CARS O ECONOMY CHAMPS '63 FALCON RANCITERO 101 HP engine, 6,000 miles '62 FALCON SEDAN ] 4 dr., deluxe trim. auto. trans. '61 FALCON WAGON 4 Dr. '61 HILLMAN MINX 4 dr. "4 on the floor" '60 RAMBLER AMERICAN 2 dr. station wagon '56 FORD CUSTOM 2 dr. 6 cyl. '55 FORD CUSTOMLINE 2 dr. 6 cyl. 01her Good Used Gars 4) '59 FORD Custom 300 4 dr. -8 stick '56 FORD Country Sedan 4 dr. V-8, 9 pass. '56 PLYMOUTH Suburban 2 dr., V-8, auto. Thursday, D Six default grant:ed in MasOn for Court Friday, Am Dishon from O:;cat, Barr(tt from reLY: Edwin L. Gosser: Mary Deputy; Geraldine Michael Krauter Parker from JOURNAL W/ GET Li|e Health 0 Income 0 0 Les josli West insura ce 1627 Summit pr, 426-6373 QUALITY EQUIPHEHT PROPER EQ$00P00EltT EXPERTLY Adds Up To More Efficieni .:: Use of Your Power Doilar 4) TRUCKS 4) '61 FORD Toll Style Side short box 6 cyl. '55 CHEVROLET  Ton Cab and Chassis '55 FORD Crew bus 30 passenger good for a big camper '45 4 x 4 1 ton steel flat bed Jill PAULEY INC. JACK COLE, president; TOM WEBB, vice 5th & Railroad Bu Rose ED TAYLOR, secretary JERRY Phone 426-8231 Bob Wo,den LIVE BETTER This policy, long carried out by 3 officers, does two important t you cheaper electricity, assures yo of.. interruptions in your power service' -PREP'P'S SATURDAY