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PAGE 4 SttELTON--MASON COUNTY JOURNAL-- Published in "Christmastown, U.S.AY, Shdton. Washington Staff Sgt. Wayne A. Tidyman, Shelton, has been selected Out- standing Instructor of, the week at Sheppard Air Force Base. Texas, Sgt. Tidyman was select- ed for the honor in recognition of his effective teaching tect- niques and exemplary devotion to duty. The sergeant, son of Al- vin L. Tidyman, Shelton. is a graduate of Irene S. Reed High School. His wife, Mary, is the daughter of Mr, and Mrs. M. C, Newman, Shelton. He is an instructor in the communications center specialist course at Shop- pard. UPDIKE SUIT time before they headed for the dance. Curry said. after Mrs. Up- dike asked him to since she was Ieling the effects o the drinks. When they arrived at the dance. Curry said. they had met Bolduc briefly and had agreed to meet inside. He said he and Mrs. Up- dike had danced one or two dan- ces and then left the dance hall in search of Bolduc. %hey got outside about the time Bolduc and his wife got into the Botduc car and left. As the Bolducs left. Curry said, Mrs. Updtke tossed the keys to her ear to him and told him to follow Bolduc. He started down the road fol- lowing what he thought were the red tail lights o the Bolduc ear and was still following then] at lhe time of the accident. He testified that he did not re- member getting out of the wreck- ed car and getting up to the road Pharmacy Phacts From Neil Evander Let&apos;s look it. right in the eye.. No matter how we say it, your health is the real reason why we're here in business. We don't enjoy sound- ing like common colds (let'.'.: change that to "eommon scolds" ? hut it's .gour health that  im- portant. Thrift, , norm'lily a gone idea. bnL tbir idea of hoardin rein a indcrs el once - important preseriTtiom] i s one that ca] be actively + dang- erous, Even it you can remember what any gven prescription was used for. you cannot possibly know the exact reason your doctor prOserqed it. Then too, some drugs beedme weaker - and some get sl)'ollgt::. Why take a chance? Open Daily 9:30 to 7:30 Saturdays -, 9:30 + 6:00 Nell's Pharmacy 4th & Railroad 426-3327 SEE YOUR DOCTOR NOW ABOUT FLU VACCINE FOR WINTER PROTECTION. i i, Good Success Beported By A Number Of Hoods1 od Elk HeeLers HOODSPORT It seems this int. Mrs. Jennie Heft rehabilita- \\;vas c;no of the best elk seasons in Lion +hqirman. reported her pro- some years. After the statement gess on gifts for the American made tasl week about no sucres-fLake Gift Shop. Any donations sos. I haveheard from sources that, from the membe, 3 will be appve- tl-,,e fol].ow%a" persons were lucky, elated and sh:mld he in by this },<r. and Mrs. George Brydon. Bob weekend. Bearden, Joe MeKiel, Jim Reeder, The Cllb Scout Pack Meeting Marion Y-bbins. Bud Simmons. wi!l he tonight at 6:30 p.m. at the .lack Gruhb. Bob Nesbitt. Art Bas- Jmodsport School. Cubmaster. kin and th]'ee elk froth the party Chuck WTinne reports there will be of Art- Dailey, Louis Schauffler. an initiation for the new boys. Jerry, George and Manrice Kaare. Mrs. Matt Kaare. Mrs. Evelyn i Norm liehardson came in with an Nieholsen. and Mrs. Mettle Back- ell< a span measnring 52 inches, hind attended the official visit of From all reports the largest elk to the Granq Matron in Port Angeles come out of the Olympic Penin- Saturday. Mrs. Kaare spent the sula. in many a long year. There probably were others that I hay- evening with he grandaughter and faro ill/, the Boh Pedersons. 't heard about. - Mrs. Herb Boeck is recovering in Mrs. Vally Mohrmann with hus- the Virginia Mason Hospital after band VCallv and Mr. and Mrs. Low- ma.tor surgery there last week, ell Jarvis. was treated to dinner FIerb has .pent some time staying out for a birthday celebration. At'- in Seatt!e. Mr. and Mrs. LoweIl riving home Mrs. Ruth Mohrmqnn ,larvis and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Jar- surprised Hem with a birthday cake to Found (;Lit the event. vis have visited with her and ro- t)oft she is doing (mite well Mr. and Mrs. John Parsons of' Mr. and Mr,'. Fred Harrelt ot Hoquiam are visiting at the John Seattle spent the weekend visiting Pill home, with her sisters Mr. and Mrs. Ed-.l The Christmas To.wn Orthopedic ward Radtkc and Mrs. Mac Dean. Guild met ilq the home of Mrs. Mac returned to Seattte with them I John Pill with Mrs. Syd Anderson for a visit and Thanksgiving din- los co-hostess. Reports were made uer. - + as to the members progress in Mrs. Virgirfia \\;Vallin has return- i their selling of candy and calen- ed home from a month long visit dars. for their Christmas money with a friend. Mrs. Ethel Straube. making project. in Daly City. California. Mrs. Eth'el Miller. Seattle. and THE tiOO1) CANAL Ammiean Mr. and Mrs. Roy Ahley of Shel- Legion Auxiliary met in the home ton were Snnday callers in the of Mrs. \\;Vally Mohrmann Wednes- Max Schmidt home. A dinner guest day evemng, The Fom'th District (;n Sunday was Mr. Clay Berry of officers were guests for the even- Shelton to f!ag down someone to help, He TO ATTENI) TOUR also sai dhe had no recollection Mrs May Smith of the ShelL on of how an undershirt, which was Business and Professional We- identified as his got under a log men's Club will attend a tour of the Unive:'sit y of Washington Lab- where it was found by officers checking the scene of the crash, oratories this weekend. The tour He said that when the officers is sponsored by the "Washington first began questioning him about State Heart Association. Mrs. who was driving the ear. he wasn't Smith is Mason County chairman sure who was driving and had of the heart fund drive. ,, .me a++,,.,v..... strived in olympia he s00id his .., @ ur /RF. 1ir.R head began to clear' and It(; re- M N WI/J membered what had happened for Friday, Nov. 22 sure. Low . ............ 2:15 a.m. 0.5 ft. BOLDU() sUPPORTE1) much High ............. 9:57 a.m. 12.1 ft. of Curry's story, admitting he Low .............. 4:07p.m. 7.5 ft. and Mrs. Updike had been see- High .............. 7:37p.m. 8.7ft. in K each other for' several months Saturday, Nov. 23 and that Curry had agreed to Low . ............ 3:05 a.m. 1.1 ft. brin her to the dance as a favor High .............. 10:45 a.m. 12.1.ft. to him. .Low .............. 5:12 p.m. 6.9 ft. He and his wife had had an tIigh .............. 8:51 p.m 8.1ft. arunent at the dance, he said. Sunday, Nov. 24 and rather than make a scene In [aO\\;V .............. 4:01a.m 1.8ft. front of the whole eomnmnity, he High 2 ............ 11:31a.m 12.1 ft. had put her in the ear and taken Low .............. 6:09 p.m. 6.0 ft. her home to quiet her down The High .............. 10:25 p.m. 7.9ft. argument, he said. had been about Monday Nov. 25 ).,Trs Updike's presence at the Low ............ 5:02 a.nl. 26 ft. dance. High .............. 12:13 a.m. 12.1 ft. He testified that earlier in the Low .............. 6:57p.m. 4.7ft. afternoon when he had gone to High ............ 12:04p.m. 8.2ft. Shelton to meet Mrs. Updike. Cur- T,lesday, Nov. 26 r; had gone along even though Lox:v .............. 6:04 a.m. 3.4 ft, he I urrv) dido'| particularly High ........ 12:51 p.m. 12.1 ft. want to. When thev had met Mrs. Low _ ........... 7:40 p.m. 3.3 ft. Updike in the Shelton Valley, Wednesday, Nov. 27 Boldue said. she had the contain- High .............. 1:21a.m. 9.0 ft. er of vodka and orange juice with Low .............. 7:07 a.m. 4.2 ft. her and the three of then] had High .............. 1:27p.m. 12.4ft had one or two drinks before he Low ............. 8:21p.m. 1.7ft. left. Thursday, Nov. 28 In his-final iIstruetions to the High .............. 2:41 a.m. 10.1 ft. jury, Judge Charles Wright point- Low .............. 8:07 a.m. 4.9 ft. ed out that if the jm:y found that High .............. 2:03p.m. 12.5fL Mrs. Updike had willingly gotten Low .............. 9:02p.m. -0.8ft. into a ear with a person who sholld ha, ve known was in no con- qition to drive, the estate could POt collect under the state's "host- guest" law. The stilt had sought the mqney for the three young sons of Mrs. Updike. She was divorced fr'orr her husband. Larry, who now has the children in Spokane. Members of the jury were Mrs. Margaret Newetl. Clyde McI<in- nov, Dr. Berwyn Thomas. Allard Johnson. F. H. Rettig, Mrs. Gladys Ware. Irvin Sheffler. Charles Dale. Rankin Lynch. Mrs. Arlene Zamzow. Merle Lamp and Mrs. Dorothy Huff man. RIGHT LIGHT is Most IMPORTANT 0 Don't allmv poor illumination to handicap your children's education LIGHT COSTS SO LITTLE under your public utility district rates you can't afford to jeopardize the eyesight and the education of your loved ones by improperly lit study rooms. If you have problems let us help you LIVE BETTER ELECTRICALLY MASON COUNTY P.II.D. NO. 3 JACK COLE, president; TOM WEBB, vice president; ED TAYLOR, secretary; JERRY SAMPLES, manager SIMPSON WOMEN IV Olympic Plywood ........... 30 Research .......................... 27 Accounting ....................... 25 Insulating Board ............ 24 Lumber .............................. 20 Purchasing ...................... 19 Engineering ...................... 17 Loggers ............................ 1 LEAPING LARRY--Pivotal figure in Highclimber hoop hopes this year is large Larry Powell, shown here.popping n a shot off:the . backboard during a practice session the other day. Larry is the ' only regular returning from last year's squad, one Of s=x re- turning lettermen around whom Coach Jim Doherty is construct- ing his 1963-64 Highclimber varsity. DOHERTY AIMS FOR SPEED Cloquallmn ..................... 19, 281. Southside ........................ 18 30 High games--Ina Kimbel 158. Vebb Rostvold 215. High series---Ina Kimbel 426, Webb Rostvold 539. Skokomish 4 IFrank Minor 484), Southside 0 (Carl Emsley 439); Patrons .1 (Webb Rostvold 539). Ctoqualhnn 0 ,Jim Sauer 389) ; Pomona 3 (Henry Coo!( Jr. 453). Matloek 1 ,Duck Sharp 423); Shelton Valley 3 (Ralph Simpson 4881. Agate 1 (Henry Warnes 530l. HOUSEWIVES LEAGUE IV L Ronnie's ............................ 30 18 Hood Canal Marina ....... 27 21 Shelton Marine Supply ..24 :. 231,/_, Bell's Food Center _ ..... 24U, 23b, Jim Pauley Inc ............... 24 24 Moll Chevrolet ................ 221,.,, ?, Shelton Union Service 21 27 B & W Marina ............ 181/,, 29 High game Betty Dean 210. High series -Betty Dean 518. Hood Canal Marina 4 Marian Henderson 425). Shelton Union Service 1 (Gladys Nelson 4281; Jim Pauley Inc. 3 tVerna Johan- son 514/, Ronnie's 1 Helen Bloom- field 4111; B & W Marina 3 (Bet- ty Dean 518}, Shelton Marine Sup- ply I- (Peg Roush 420) ; Moll Chev 2. (Betty Johnson 429). Ball's Food 1., iCleo Hulet 464t. ffUNiOR LEAGUE W L Hembroff Agency .............. 25 11 Joslin Insurance .............. 24 ?12 Beckwith Jewelry .............. 23 13 Bloomfield Logging .......... 23 13 Merv's Tirccap .................... 14 22 Timber Bowl ...................... 13 ;+23 Starkey's Heating ............ 12 24 The Hut .............................. 8 28 High games--Sonja Ahlquist 161, Gary Robinson 198. High series--Peg Bloomfield 387. Mark Schmidt 517. Bloomfield Logging 4 (Claude Cook 494). The Hut 0 (John Von- hot 336, ; Hembroff Agency 4 (At Glo'ver 420). Starkey Heat- ing 0 [Dennis Phillips 388); Beck- with Jewelry 3 (Mark Schmidt 517). Timber Bowl 1 Bill Tobler 4453; Josltn IInsurance 3 (R. Rob- inson 452+. Merv's Tirecap 1 (Joe Thompson 416). GRANGE LEAGUEw L Union Firmen Take Quick Shelton Valley .............. 32t/ 15V.z Matloek ............................ 27 21 Agate .................................. 26. In Putting Out Chimney Fire Patr'ons .............................. 23A 24V, Skokomish ....................... 23 U2 24 x2 Pomona ............................... 22 26 By Betty I)ean stop Seatt!e to London, UNION Due to the quick re-clod by train LhroUg i : sponse of Harry Coles, Jr. and France. Spain. Italy, Bill Timm there was no damage Switzerland and Germ when a chimney fire started at the points were visits to va Randall Updyke residence Frid'ay iversities, a bull figlt I evening. By the time the fire truck a street riot in Rome," and several more firemen arrived Monaco. The Lippizaner the fire was out Place a notice Vienna, Dachau, view of near your phone that the number and many hours in ( to call in case of fire is 898-2181. places anlt musmuns stl This number will alert eight fire- Louw'e and the del pr. men and they will notify the rest took 400 color slides al MEN'S CITY LEAGUE W L Beckwith Jewelry ........ 20 13 40 & 8 ............................ 19 14 Prepp's Rexall Store _. 18/, 14Ve FOR OFFSET HEIGHT tACK Shaub-Ellisorl ................ 17,. 151 John's Richfield ............ 16 17 Wilson Company ........ 15 18  Frisken Oil .................... 15 18 y Premo I - Simpson Timber ........ 11 22 The round-ball sport is just 1 25 tORI FOR High game --- Ado Kopperman around the cornel' for the SheKon Highclimbers with the seasdi 'Op- SEAIsoN ] ;EK] 241 , . ' ,,. High series  Ade Konperman "nfng Dec. 3 m ,a jamboree at Two-thirds of the goal of 75 and Gale Albrecht each 579. Central Kitsap. Withit the Climb- ers will start off their second year in Olympic league basket- ball competition. Rough going is anticipated by Coach Jim Doherty for he has only one regular starter among six returning lettermen. On 'the ether hand. they need win only four league games to beat last year's mark and five to top the entire campaign. LARRY POWELL will probab- ly be the big man this year. As a sophomore last year, transfer- ring from California. he cracked L 14 17 the starting lineup right away 19 and never let go. 20 Bob Walker; ken err.- Dan O1- 24 son, BoWJeffery, and Brian Brick- 25 ert are the other returning letter- 27 men, all being settlers this year. 30 Powell is the only junior-letter- High games--Jean Ream 206, man but there are' eight 'other Lil Dale 205. juniors striving had for a first team berth plus one senior and cne sophomore. Coach ]boherty plans to stress defense much more this year. His toughest problem is lack of height. At 6-3 PowelI is the tallest letter- man but looks up to 6-5 junior non-letterman Bob Towle, so most Climber rivals will hod the ad- I-ligh series--Jeanne Peterson 546. Plywood 4 (Jeanne Peterson 546), Lumber 0 (Jean Ream 500; Research 4 (Judy Staudt 431), En- gineering 0 tDee Marsh 402); Purchasing 3 (Tip Franklin 481,. Loggers 1 [Arlene Doak 428); season ticket urehasers has been reached ill the effort of basketball fans to establish a reserved seat section for High- climber home games this com- ing hoop year. Anyone else interested is asked to contact either PrinellmI George Hermes at the high school or Glen Ferguson at Shel- ton Hardwnre. The season tick- ets. reserving the best seats in the gym for their holders, sell for $8 for the 8-game home sche- dule. enough speed to make up t?or" this shortage. All-in-all Coach Doherty hopes for a better season record with a stronger defense and a quick-striking offense. At this writing, the highly in- definite "varsity" is composed of seniors Brian Brickert, Bob Jet- tory, Dan Olson: ken err, Bob Walker (all lettermen) and Ter- ry- Kadoun (B squad grad); jun- iors Larry Powell (letterman), Jim Anderson, Denny Bailey, Floyd Barnes, Mike McNeil, 3ira Richards, Duane Wilson and Rich Wyatt (all B squad grads) and Bob Towle; and sophomore Scott Swisher. Shaub-Ellison 4 (Nell Seljestad 578). Simpson 0 (Darrell Dennis- ton 482/; Frisken Oil 2 (Ado Kop- perman 579), Wilson Company 1 (Dan Wilson 522); Prepp's 2 (Ed Dunbar 526), Beckwith 1 (Bud Knutzen 5531; 40 & 8 2 (Gale Al- brecht 579), John's Richfield 1 (Neal Demeree 542). MIXED FOURSOMES W L Twisters ........................... 28A 15 Odd Balz ............................ 23 20V2 Knock Outs ...................... 23 21 Timber Ducks .................. 22/, 21 Strippers ............................ 22 22 Board Busters .................. 21 23 Pin Busters ...................... 18 25V What's Next .................... 17 27 High games---Betty Thompson 190, Dean Smith 212. High seriesBetty Ttiompson 461, Corky Dickinson 520. Split pick--Ira Cook 4-10. Board Busters 3 (Betty Thomp- son 461), Twisters 1 (Loy Hicks 458) ; strippers 3 ,Corky Dick- inson 529) Odd Balz 1 (Del Hart- well 485/; What's Next 2 (Iva Cook 397). Knock Outs 2 (Duane Nault 485)'; Pin Busters 2 (Gone Grist 451), Timber Ducks 2 (Clyde Landsaw 517). IBP 3 Verna Johanson 524), Ac- vantage here. counting 1 (Helen Rice 433). DOHERTY HOPES to muster Whatcha mean, I can't be Santa Claus? I'm giving $5.00 to every- one who calls us by moonlight on Friday - and don'{ forget our reg- ular Christmas offer - Free Gran- ma prints and some lucky family will have a whole Christmas Order F R E E !.(sounds like Santa to me!) Its certainly a hair-raising exper- ience every year to turn NO.L'I3 H$ up'side down and make them aware that a professional portrait s the most personal gift that any- one can give. Dean is serious about this - Call 426-3272 for an ap- pointment before your 13 portrait shopping days are gone! DEAN is getting ready to play Santa - he's getting set to give away Granma prints with every Christmas order - then, too, some lucky family will r e c e i v e its Christmas order F R E E--this could be Y O U ! of the firefighters. Cllief Otto ,Vo- ef the LriD. jan suggests, when necessary to hh'. and Mrs. dial the number 898-2181. to hold -et',n'ned nome on to the phone at least two minu- ,three week stay with tes so that as many as possible er Jean and "famil of the eight fireman can be given Hill'. Calif. Lhe location of the fire. You will The Union residentS+::Lu ammr also find this number listed under ing the view of the boa + fire emergency ealts on the first oie Mountains with thei v,+,, page of the Union phone book. of snow. ,,{le; Parents please advise your child- Dick Allen was elk h ' ten it s a crime and punishable Tuesday when he carX! under Washington state law to re- tJear. He followed iti fuse to yield the use of the phone woods and fired at it,tt,,, party line ta another person to re- out with the bear coi I{" port a fire or some other emer- He fired again mid it,! gency. 10 feet from him. It :, ! t The Union Ladie Civic Club three years old. - _ . . | meeting Thursday was well at- it and is cut'in the lended and two projects discussed, for Dick. Another eXf Arrangements are being made for ,,,hen Noln RichardsOn : the publication of a cookbook at an from be "nd LilliWatI. early date. The title wnl be beauUful four-poin t}2  (What's Cookin' On Hood Canal.) The hunters from Un|u,, Mrs. Alta Hennington has donated very lucky this year wi quilting materials and the club bag of deer and elk. members hope fo assemble the DON'T FORGET quilts and offer them for sale. The open house Sunday, Chrisfmas party will be held Dec. p.m. Both the office 12. at the home of Mrs. Mary will be open for Jarchow. with Mrs. Harry Maw- The Hood Canal son as her co-hostess. Members Club will meet the and guests will exchange gift in of December. Details keeping with the holiday season, gram will be given at a Eleanor Buechel is chairman for Mrs. Fran Eby was the annual Christmas party for Seattle this week as the community children. Details is ill. will be announced Iater. The Civic Mrs. Thomas Ball Club wishes to announce the sec- birthday Sunday by end of their-series of card parties husband Thoma cut to be held Nov. 23. The time is elk he has in his 8 p.m. at the Community Hall. store. , " E Tickets may be purchased from AT the Club members or at the door. Six persons from F:;' Last Wednesday Mrs. Betty ded a prog'ressiv 00ean gave a pinochle party for net last some Tueaday housewives league dinner was sponsored.Y, " bowlers. Eight ladies attended with iV- :! TMetyA'  Grace Gardner taking Lil Up- pia Optom funds for a scholarSn_1(' +][ " dyke's place .who was in Seat[le from Shelton-were Dr; ,, and unable to attend. Others there were Ellen Rebman, Tillie Sher- James D. "'Dr. ah man. Edith Walters. Vera Bishop, Harry Toka.s. and l. ! Evelyn White and Shirley Cowa Geor Top score for the day went o i' hostess Mrs. Dean. Ellen Rebman ____,,--, ! will be hostess for the affair this DANGt week. Wanda Nielsen wants to thank everyone for the many cards she has received. Hovember MAX AND BETTY Dean cole- ' t brated thei[ 15th wedding ann)- +p,: i! versary Friday. MOOSE L We are sorry to hear Mr. and :i Mrs. Los LaBissoniere an:d daugh- ters Leslie and Linda DO.Vl moved For members and a to Shelton. guests Lloyd and Elaine Cook have just returned from a three month MUSIC BY THE trip to Europe. They flew non- GUESS HOW MANY STOCKING00 WERE USED TO CREATl THIS DELECTABLE HAT?, WIN SIX PAIRS OF BERKSHIRE Each day of the contest the lucky guesser wl six free pairs of Berkshire Ultrason Stock ings. on over and et in on tte funl Contest runs Nov. 21 thru Nov. 30 Winners announced at end of contest' ..v# Berkshire Ultrasons are fashioned with ,sound,;ilJ, : . eL,' i give, you silky feel and perfect fit . tog ,, #h greater comfort and longer wear All the late' shades. Proportioned sizes. $].65 a pair. A Subsidiary of P. N. Hirsch & Co.