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PAGE 4 SHELTON--MASON COUNTY JOURNAL--Published ill 'Christmastown, U.S.A.", Shelton, Washington November Historic00 / Sodety Changes Meeting Day The Mason County Historical Society voted to change its meet- mg clay from Monday evening to the first S,mdav afternoon of each month when it-me this week. The mee(mg was held at 5 p.m. Monday in the PUD Conference Room. The nex meeting of the group will be at 3 p.m. Dee. 1 in the PUD Conference Room. As u project for the coming year, the group decided to record  the wfices of pmneers and others on a tape recorder. The group agreed to act as spon- sor for Rbert Bates. teacher at Lower St( komish School. who is writing a Master's degree thesis' on reasons for which small school districts do or do not consolidate. B. B. Thomas reporud on his visit to a convention at the State Historical Museum m Tacoma. District Official Is Guest Of Toastmasters II-ll Club Honors Veterans Day NEW OFFICERS--New officers of the 11-11 Club are left to right, Joe Rankin, secretary-treasur- er; Bernie Bailey, presi6ent, and Jerry Samples, Voice Of Democracy Contest Finafists Are Selected Fran Demmon, Jim Sells and District Governor Ernest Har- mon, Area Governor Ed Jonson Tim Schnitzer. Shelton High and Norm Blue were out-of-town School students, were named'final- guests at the Shelton Toastmasters ists in the anmml Voice of Democ- Club meeting Thursday morning. "Table topics, led by Don Worm- linger were "What Must We Do To Get Our Maritime Shipping Costs in Line 9,, Speakers were Jim Barrom. Ken Frank and Paul Gillie, with Gillie receiving the top award for the best speech, and Barrom for the nlost improved speech. Arn Cheney was chief evaluator, assisted by Clive Troy, Don Worm- linger and Bob Osterman. Ken Frank was presented with a past. president's pin. Speakers for this morning's sheeting were Arn Cheney, Carl Downing and Dave Thaeher. Bud Knntzen was in charge of table topics. Clive Troy was evaluator and Sam Clark. toastmaster. Humility, that low_ sweet root from which all hc.avenly virtues shoot -Thonms Moore racy script writing contest spon- sored by the Veterans of Foreign Wars. Eliminations were held at Shelton High School. The theme this year was "The Challenge of Citizenship". Judges were Jack Gray and LeRoy Towle from the VF%V Post and Robert Osterman from the Toastmaster s Chlb. The three top winners will com- pete in a contest Nov. 20 over radio to select the winner who will represent the school in district competition in Olympia later this year. E. F. ]Valloy is Voice of Democ- racy Chairman for the VFW Post here. More than 6,000 people each year are vietims of fires in their own homes. National Fire Pro- tection Association figures show. Over 2.000 of these are children. NEW BLUE OX THEMRE FRI. - SAT. - ONLY OPEN 6:45 START 7 P.M. WEST SIDE STORY WILL SHOW i vice-president. They were elected at the group's annual breakfast meeting Veterans Day in the Memorial Hall. Rayonier Employees get Service Awam00s Employees with five or more years of continuous service with Rayonier Incorporated were hon- ored at a dinner at the Shelton Armory Wednesday evening. Awards earned this year were presented by Dr. Edwin L. Lovell, Research Manager of the Olympic Research Division, to the follow- ing: Fifteen years John W. Bennett, Harvey R. Deweyert, Muriet A. Dickinson. Charles E Murray, Donald E. Noreen. Robert G. Ric- key. Ten years, Leone L. Durand, Robert. F. Eliot, Russell S. Jac- obson. George R. Quimby, Donald H. Woods Five years, Max W. Folsom, F. Alan Johnstbn. Other awards earned this year and presented by Russell F. Frick- son. Rayonier President, at a lun- cheon in Aberdeen earlier were: Thirty-five years. Paul V. Ditt- man. Thirty years, Adolph Trat- nick. Peter iN'. Zopolis. Twenty- five years. Frederick B. Riatine, DR. LOVELL SAID invitations to the dinner were extended to 120 employees with five or more years of service. He stated that these people make up ahnost 90 percent of the staff of the Olym- pic Research Division. Lovell, speaking before the em- ployees, retired employees, and guests, read a congratulatory mes- sage from Erickson. and then com- mented on the continued program of modernization and expansion of the laboratory facilities. Dinner music was provided by John Halvorsen. and a vocalist and quartet from the high school provided entertainrhgnL Guests included Leonard J. For, rest. Vice Pesident and Fred I. Bradshaw, Manager of North- v, rest Industrial Pelations for Ray- onie Inc. A moment of silence honoring the servicemen who have died in serving their country opened the annual meeting of the 11-11 Club at 11 a.m. Monday, Veteran's Day. The annual breakfast meeting was held in the Memorial Hall. Three of those in attendance who had received citations while in service were honored with a standing ovation, They were Dr. Harry Deegan and Oscar Levin. Be SAFE! Be sure to look only for homes that display this sign Modern 0il Heat is the only fuel which ,uarantees heating system safety. Move with security into any home marked by the GUARANTEED SAFE sign. This sign is your assurance that the heating system you've chosen will have no dangerous fumes to leak or explode, no red hot baseboard units or overloaded heater elements. Don't make any move until you're sure your faintly is protected by a safe, modern oil heat systcm. Look for the GUARANTEED SAFE sign. Ash your builder or realtor about the Oi Heat Sa[ety Guarantee. OIL HEAT INSTITUTE OF WASHINGTON who had received purple hearts, and F10r Minoza, who had received the Bronze Star. Levin said he was wounded while serving with the Marines during World War I in France and the following day while in a base hos- pital was wounded again. MINOZA RECEIVED his award in the Pacific during World "War II. when he, along with other med- ics went aboard a ship which had been hit and tended the wounded while the injured craft limped into Pearl Harbor for repairs. Deegan received his purple heart serving in World War I. During the business meeting which followed the breakfast, of- ricers for the coming year were elected. They are Bernie Bailey, president; Jerry Samples, vice president, and Joe Rankin. sec- retary-treasurer. Dick Winne and Marvin Chris- tensen, county juvenile probation officer, appeared at the meeting to discuss the proposal for a youth club in Shelton. Winne heads the group which is working on the project. They told of a public meeting planned Thursday night to explain the idea to the eom- munity. The meeting will be in the court house. The breakfast was prepared and served by ladies of the American Legmn and VFW Auxiliaries. HOUSEWIVES LEAGUE W L Ronnie's .......................... 29 1.5 Shelton Marine Supply 23]/,_, 205, Hood Canal Marina .... 23 21 Ball's Food enter ........ 23 21 Jim Pauley Ine ............ 21 23 Shelton Union Service ..21 23 Moll Chevrolet ................ 20 24 B & W Marina ............ 15Vz 28 High game---Vera Bishop 176. High series---Vera Bishop 497. Split pick---Vera Bishop 5-8-10. GRANGE LEAGUE Shelton Valley ........... 29 z 14 ] Matloek ............................ 26 18 Agate .............................. 25 19 Patrons ........................... 19  24  Skokomish ...................... 19 , 24 z/_ Cloquallum .................... 19 24 Pomona ............................ 19 25 Southside ........................ 18 26 High games Iva Cook 166, ASC Committee Nominees Named The election of the ASC County Committee for Mason County will be held by mail. Ballots will be mailed Nov. 22. and must be re- turned to the ASCS office. 529 Railroad Ave., Shelton, on or be- fore Dec. 2. Three regular committee mem- bers and two alten}ates are to be elected from the list of nom- inees. Nominees are: Anton Anensen, Lost Lake: Ralph J. Brewer. Littlo Skookum: James M. Hunter. Sko- komish Valley; Leo Lovgren, Ka- milche Valley; Victor Minkler, PickeTing Passage; Donald W. Ra- gan. Skokomish Valley; H. O. Rowe, Agate; Andrew Stoddm, Matlock. and Bill Wivell, Isabella Valley. Questions on eligibility to vote and to hold office will be deter- mined by the county committee, subject to appeal to the State Committee. Generally, an eligible voter must be a bona-fide farm- er or farm owner who is partici- pating, or is eligible to partici- pate in one or more of the pro- grams administered by the ASC ommittee. Part time farmers are eligible voters. Simpson, NP Trains Colt/de A railroad collision last Friday in Shelton resulted in a minor in- jury to one man and damage to two railroad ears. Stanley Pearson, a Northern Pa- cific Railway brakeman, suffered an ankle injury when a caboose on which he and J B. Ross were riding was rammed by a Simpson Timber Co. train. The accident occurred at the Mill Two gate and resulted from a switch being left open, accord- ing to Howard Curtis, Simpson general safety supervisor. Pearson was injured when he mad Ross jumped from the caboose after they saw the other train heading toward them. The caboose was badly damaged and the ramming freight car. one of a string being pushed by a Simpson engine, suffered slight damage. RECREATION LEAGUE W L Olson Furniture ............ 24 12 Ritner's Pink Ladies .... 24 12 Shelton Recreation .... 21z/, 14 Rainier Beer ............... 20Ve 15 Lemke's Service ............ 18 17& Boysen Construction .... 13  221A Northwest Evergreen 13 23 Lucky Lager .................. 9 27 High games- Gladys Adair 236, Lavonne Castle 210. High series Gladys Adair 520. RETARDED CHILDREN Nov. 9--(Team 1) Carl Bloom- field 63-63, Bobby Neimeyer 84- 81, Terry Stidd 55-28. Randy Chap- man 61-108. Jimmy Smith 83-62: (Team 2) Bobby Kimbel 79-104, Tom Kunkle 83-120. Penny Mc- Quilkin 49-29. The past two weeks the children have been seeing fihns on bowl- ing lessons which seem to be help- ing them. 14 16 17 19 20 23 Max Mikkelsen 190. 24 High series -- Ina Kimbel 455, Loggers ................................ 13 27 , High game -- Norene Stevens Max Ivikkelsen 521 193. SIMPSON WOMEN Olympic Plywood ............ 26 Accounting ........................ 24 Research .............................. 23 Insulating Board .............. 21 Lumber ................................ 20 Engineering ........................ 17 Purchasing ....................... 16 WOMEN'S COMMERCIAL V L Richfield Oil ................. 30 14 Gott's Oilerettes ............ 28 16 Kelly Furniture ............ 26 17& Bill's Shell Service ...... 24 19 Eells & Valley .............. 18 26 Allyn's Shell Service .... 18 26 Ming Tree Care ........... 16 28 Darigotd .......................... 15 29 High game -- Phyl Ziegler 200. High series Adair Neau 523. TEACHERS LEAGUE Team 3 ............................ 16 3 Team 2 ............................ 13 7 Team 1 .......................... 9 10/z Team 6 .......................... 9 11 Team 5 .......................... .7 13 Team 4 ........................... 6 / 13 z, High games Dorothy Sch- warck 16, Dell Abelein 174.. High series -- Jean Temple 402, Dell Abelein 443. "WOMEN'S 12:30 LEAGUE Shelton Union Service ...... 26 14 Cota Grill .......................... 19 21 John's Richfield .................. 18 22 NeWs PhmTaacy .............. 17 23 High game---Connie Cronquist 194. High series---Connie Cronquist 519. MR. & MRS. LEAGUE W L *Stock's Grapeview ...... 22 14 J & J Service .................. 23 17 *Donn Marsh Realty ...... 19/.'z 16/ Eacrett Lumber .............. 22 18 Griffey Construction .... 22 18 Dick Sharer's Diggers ..19 21 Allbm Grocery .............. 17 23 Allyn Shell Service ..... 11/. 28V,., High games CloD Hulet 171, Roy Petty 193 High series--Clco Hulct 467, Roy Petty 538. MIXED FOURSOMES W L Twisters .......................... 27/. 12 Odd Balz ........................ 22p 17 Knock Outs .................... 21 19 Timber Ducks ................ 20 19 Strippers .......................... 19 21 Board Busters ................ 18 22 Pin Busters .................... 16/. 23 What's Next ................ 15 25 High games -- Jean Hartwell 194, Chuck Thompson 195. High series Jean Hartweil 436, Gerry Lou Geist 436, Chue! Thompson 535. Tripilicate -- Marcy Cook 113, High series Phyl Ziegler 475. WOMEN'S CITY LEAGUE W L Morgan Transfer ...:....25 II Sunbeam Bread ............ 23 13 Shelton Hotel ................ 22 14 M'cConkey Drug Center 19 16Vo L.M ................................... 19 17 Polka Dot ........................ 18 18 Milto's Diner . ............... 10 26 Hoodsport Lumber ........ 74. 28 High game -- Millie Daniels 194. High series __ Millie Daniets 496. Split picks  Millie Daniels 5- 8-10. Betty Robertson 5-6. Alice Frisk 5-7. BANTAM LEAGUE Shelton Journal ............ 19 5 Cook's Plant Farm ........ 16 8 Jay-Birds ........................ 15 9 Willoar Insm'ance ........ 12 " 10 Timber Bowl ................ 11. 12 V.F.W. Auxiliary ........ 10 13 a& Lions Club" . ................... 6 18 Wilson Mill .................... 6 18 High games---Sue Bloomfield 123, Don Donaldson 194. High seriesSue Bloomfield 232, Don Donaldson 341. , JUNIOR LEAGUE Josliff Insurance ................ 21 11 Hcmbroff Agency ............ 21 1 Beckwith Jeweh, y ............ 20 12 Bloomfield Logging ....... 19 13 Merv's Tirecap ................ 13 19 Timber Bowl ..................... 12 20 Starkey's Heating ........ :...12 20 The Hut .............................. 7 2;) High games -__ Peg Bloomfield 164 Duane Wilson 176. 4_=High series __ Peff Bloomfield zz, 19uane Wilson 4i. Too Late To Classify ARMLESS DA.VEN0 with matching roto rocker. $45 426 8385 - ,. s 11/7 idOI: - 1{ E N T -0 R I.E-S E-=_2--Un].ur nis hod thrce i)ctll'(lOlll holllc, llcwly rc(toco- "tde,sig65 P,(:" month. Immedi,ue FREE RENT of mb-di-TKfigbiid6 to (ouph; to act as ,,,  ," z; ( x 1 - ' , J' I'P IIK1'S PJO ............. ,  W 11/14-21 FO ii-- b/, LE ---- ,1 t o ---.,__ --' " .... " i SIIXO])IIOIIO, like new. Orig nal pr ca $350 will s'mri- lice for $250. ]?hone 426'-3655. "'  C 11/14 tfn 426-8993. " .... 5 ...... . ,. C 11/14 PUI'I IES FOR SALE  -4/I A-I-(l;i}n puppies, 426-993, C "11]14 COUNTY BUILDING PERMITS Building permits approved by the Mason County Commission this week were to Les Fields, glass enclosure of patio $500 and Stan- ley H. Chinery, wood residence, $6,000. FERRY RECEIPTS Receipts from the Harstine Is- land Ferry the week ending Nov. 9 were $223.50. according to the county engineer's office. CITY BUILDING PERMITS Building permits approved by the city of Shelton this week in- cluded James O. MedcalL carport, $1,440; Mode-O-Day, partitions, $350: Reserve Construction Co.,  esidence, $16,900. SHERIFF'S OFFICE ARRESTS One arrest was reported by the Mason County Sheriff's office, Gerald Needham, drunk in public. POLICE COURT Two cases were on the docket in Shelton Police Court before Rolls Halbert Tuesday night, They were Dave Skagen disturbing the peace, $100 fine, deferred six months; Charles Van Overbeke, failure to yield right of way, $29 forfeit. SUPERIOR COURT New cases filed during the past week include: Joan M. LeBresh against Andy Jackson Harris, reciprocal support enforcement. Simpson Timber Co. against Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Skaggs and Mr. and 'Mrs. W. D. Hurley, garnish- ment. William B. Landram against Mr. and Mrs, James Landram, claim for loin. Edwin D. Brown, doing business as Economy Builder's Supply against Mr. and Mrs. James P. Hammond. claim of loin. Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Lucke against Lloyd and Shirlee Miller, debt collection. * m :i: SHELTON POLICE Jay Needham reported a tire and wheel stolen from his garage. F. Earl Schmidke turned in a billfold containing $83 which he found on the sidewalk. It was re- turned to the owner, Laurence R. Fredrickson. Mrs. Mary Finch. McCleary, re- ported she lost a purse. Claude Rickerts reported that two 6-volt batteries were stalen from his home. Cars driven by Mintie M. Ahem, Shelton. and Gerald L. Skillman. Snake River. collided at the in- tersection of Ellinor Street and Ridgeroad. The Ahem vehicle was going east on Ellinor and the Skill- man vehicle on Ridgeroad. The Sldllman vehicle went through a Stop sign, hitting the Ahem ve- hicle, spinning it around into a power pole. Damage to the Ahem car was $250 and to the Skillman car. $50. Cars driven by Eva Samples, Shelton, and C. A. Miller, Olympia, collided at Fifth and Alder. The Samples vehicle was making a left hand turn as the Miller vehicle was passing it. FIR E DEPARTMENT There was a fire in a car be- longing to Billie Green in the Thriftway parking lot Saturday evening. Damage to the vehicle was about $50. The Fire Department emergen- cy vehicle took Mrs. Clay Berry, 70, to Clinic Hospital after she fell and broke her hip on the steps of the Methodist Clnlrch Sunday. SHERIFF'S OFFICE Donald E. Johnson reported he fell asleep and his car ran off the road about 1 miles north of Shelton on 14A. NEW LEAGUE FORMING Openings are available for three more participants in a new Peter- son Singles bowling league (scra- tch) which wlll start this Friday night at the Timber Bowl. The league will bowl at 9 p.m. Reuben Cuzick. Rt. 3. reported a tire and wheel stolen. Vern Rnssell. Union. reported his home was broken into and two rings, a set of cuff links and studs were missing. Mrs. Vern Chambers reported someone shot a hole in Lhe window of her home. STATE PATROL Four persons were injured in a two-vehicle collision at Belfair Saturday evening about 6 p.m. when a car driven by Rudolpt Sundstrom 78, Belfair, and a truck driven by Raymond A. Orr, 28, Shelton. collided. The injured were Sundstrom, who received a cut on his head; his wife, Alma 67, a fractured shoulder: Alice Rice, 80, Belfair. an injured left leg and a bruised shoulder, and Susan .Schlage, 68. Belfair, a cut leg and possible skull fracture. All were passen- gers in the Sundstrom vehicle, They were treated at Belfair and taken to Harrison Memorial Hos- pital in Bremerton. Sundstrom was headed north on Highway 21 and was making a lett hand turn when the Orr trucl struck his vehicle broadside. There was $200 damage to the Orr trucl and the Sundstrom car was a to- tal loss. The accident was investi- gated by Trooper Robert Furseth. James M. Richardson, 21, Union received scratches on his side when the vehicle he was driving left the road on the right side as he was rounding a right-hand curve, southbound on Highway 101 about 10 miles north of Shel- ton. The velcle rolled over and came to rest on its wheels. It was a total loss. Trooper Robert Fur- seth investigated the accident, Terry A. Buckell, 16, Gig Har- bor, was uninjured when the car she was driving left the road on the Highway at Belfair Sunday. The vehicle went off the left- hand side of the road, hit a bani( and bounced back across the roa0. It was a total loss. Trooper Rob- erL Furseth investigated the ac- ONLY 20 SHOPPING TILL xMAS for family Dean's. 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PACIFIC NOW[ Wash 'n dry Laundry Twins 4 pre-set washing programs 5 position water saver Auto. self cleaning lint ejector Interior tub light Dryer has 4 progran/s Plus auto. dry control SHELTON ELECTRIC CO, 419 Railroad