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3ii; Gvobel ,.S, ]96o SHELTON--MASON COUNTY JOUIINAL- Published in CTlr{Sfmsfow U.KA.") Shelton, Wshinon " Dayton Community Christmas&apos; ................................................................. r,,om " Two U. o ccup'd/e Events Are Planned County City Records He Burn d ! I ltJ Two nnoecupied homes ill Ma- ................................................................. son County burned to the ground HEW 00REOAPS By Mabel Ki(hl DAYTON .... .._ Ladies' Club met Nov. 19 wilh Mrs Delores Nichols as hostess The birthday of Mrs. Mary Chappell was observed The next meeting will be Dee. 3 with Mrs. Rose Dougherty and Mrs. Lois Tibbits hosting. The Ladies' Club Christmas par- I ty will be held Tuesday evening, Dee. 17. The Dayton Community Christ- mas par@ will be held "Saturday evening, Dee. 14. More informa- tion will be given next week. Please leave donations for com- munity party at Lemke's Service. Mr. and Mrs. Darl Goldy had as weekend guests Mrs. Minnie Slane and her grandson. David sellER'S Osterholt of Sealtle. Mr. and Mrs. J. \\;V. Rayson have spent a week in Renton with daughter and son-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Bailey. Raenae McQuilkin spent the weekend wiih her girl friend, Elaine Swett or Shelton. J. ,V. Stoner returned home Monday after a week in traclion  Reducing  No Commission Balances Charges in the hospital for a back injury. THUIINDAY DINNER guests " of Mr. and Mrs. \\;Valter Chappell were Mr. and Mls. C. L. Ander- son and Lennie of Cloqnallum. Jack Rumpff and Duane Kidd stayed Friday overnight with SeN by George Huey in Shelton. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Roberts and son were Thm'sday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Pete Rob- el'IS. Mr. and Mrs. Hans Lurid and DaNem? 'accompanied by Sonja Ahlquist motored to Grayland on Sunday and visited with Mrs. Al- bert Allen. Mike Hulbert was home from Seattle Pacific College to spend the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin HIbel-t. MR. AND MILS. JEIIRY Bloom- field and daughter of South Bay L were Saturday overmght guests of Mr. and Mrs. Pete Bloomfield. u 00ynoun"" o ,sav'n-s & Loan Assoei lion Weekend ,est of Mrs. Alma a Baker was her brother, Vearl Ben- I [ TITLE _ttm&Jo BUILDING nett of Seattle. 1' SllELT(H ON . home were Mr. and Mrs. Gordon i . , . Bennett and Alan and Mrs. Dewey .... Bennett of Shelton b i!]: ,. il I * i l NC / / t * 12 pound capacity * Filter-Flu * 3 Wash Temp. * 2 Rinse Temp. * 2 Speeds * Wash & Rinse In Cold Water AUTOMATIC , $10800 CAL-ROD UNITS ' |0 .,o.. 8 00 DOWN 9 ON APPROVAL OF CREDIT 30 INOH RANGE 00ile Maid 00WASHER n,o:E 00SETTING [!IAPAGITY $ 500 q48 BELFADI JUSTICE COURT Kenneth Main. Beifau'. defective equipmeIu on vehicle. Fined $34, $26.75 suspended. Judy Huson, Belfair. exceeded speed limit failure to stop for arterial stop. Forfeited $29 bail. DeMar' J Hymas, Poulsbo. Fail- ttre to lemove month end date from big game tag after shooting debt. Alexander Myers Investors Inc. against Gh)vis E. Dm]smoor and Dtin-S-vIool', a corporation con lection of a promisory note. Gold Seal Cnlneilidas against Ione Mathews Orner. collection of debt Washington Services Company against Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sire- over Lhc weekend. A three bedroom ranch-style home near the head of the Shel- ton Valley, owned by Ancil Ogg, bm'ned F:'iday night. The family ita recently pur- chased the home, but. had not moved into it, the Department of Nahum Resources said. A-neigh* bur, who discovered the fire told department personnel that when :00'OW HOLDS ANY ITEM S T E R E 0 UNTIL XMAS 00OCK .- GONSOLES He FREE DELIVERY A FULL LINE W, : & INSTALLATION FROM $139,95 ,t|I[ J ,' _ .E Consoles, Coffetables 9. "'i " WMI Mounting i deer. Forfated $53.75. Eugene \\;V. Brown. Port Orchard transporting loaded rifle in motor d:'iven vehicle. Forfeited $25 bail. R;?y D. Spoor. Port Orchard. de- fective equipment on car. no brakes, defective muffler, no op- erator's license on person, for- feited $29 bail. Stereo L. Sifon. Poulsbo. failed to stop for stop sign. Forfeited $12 bail. Gunnard A. Leeberg, Tacoma. Transporting loaded fle In car. Posted $25 bail. Case pending. Theodore B. Lincoln, Belfair. Negligent driving, speeding, over center line. $56 bail, POLICE COURT On the docket in Police Com't before .Judge Rolla Halbert Nov. 18 were Warren Stone. drunken- hess. $25 forfeit: Ervin H. Barn- hard, negligent driving, $29 for- feK; Ted Pulsifer Jr. $10 forfeit: Paul E. Brown. no arterial stop, $12 forfeit: Hazel L. Peterson. drunkenness, allowing unlicensed driver o opera[e motor vehicle. $60 forfeit: B e ss ie Andrews. drunkenness, hit and run. driving in violation of safety responsibili- ty act. $110 fine and $2.50 costs. mons, collection of debt. A petition for a cnange of name h.om Hilda Moiso. A ear driven by Jerry Bunko. Shelton. went out of control and left the road about eight miles north of Shelton on Highway 14A. The driver told officers the ac- ciddent happened as he was at- tempting to miss a deer. Cars driven by \\;ilford Bear- den. 21 Hoodsport, and Gunnar Abelson, 55, Port AngeIes, colli- ded on Highway 101 near the air- port. The Bearden vehicle was a total loss and damage Lo the Abel- son vehicle was $300. It was reported that tl{e Hood- sport Lumber Company was bro- ken into. SHERIFF'S OFFICE Ivan Hootnmn reported jewelry stolen from his home sometime between June and November. L. F. Hake, Seattle, reported his cabin at Phillips Lake was broken into. Delmar Schur re-ported someone was-stealing his hay. David McKay reported an en- gine and air compressor was sto- len from where he was logging. A car stolen m Tacoma Yeas he arrived there were flames around an oil heater. The home burned to the ground. Fire ffghtTng equ/pment from the Department of Natural Resources and the Stlelton Fire Department was at the scene. The former Sutton home on Harstine Island burned Saturday. It had been unoccupied since the late Melvin Sutton moved out of it severo:l years ago. He died in 1961. The house and an outbuilding burned to the ground. The fire was well advanced when discov- ered. The home had been built in 1901 by the Sutton family when riley moved to the Island. PETITIONS (Continued from page 1) in the demonstration are actually confusing two separate questiqns. kfter the demonstration, a vote of the unincorporated areas in the demonstration region may lead to the formation of a large intercounty library. Shelton could then consider whether the demon stration was good enough to make some sort of contract for service Clearance Prices on 196003 Frigidaires ONLY 9 MORE SHOPPING DAYS BEFORE ,CHRISTMAS NOW IS THE TIME ..... to arrange a family sitting at Dean's Studio while everyone is home for Thanksgiving there are still appoint- e  ............................ 1-only was $219.95 ...................... 1-only (copper) was $269.95 .:.. alnnmeiliini Oome In Now & Save .at L M "175oo '209oo SERVING SHELTON SINCE 1895 1st and PINE DIAL 426-4393 Monday - Friday 8 a.m. till 5:30 p.m. Saturday 8 a.m. till 4:30 p.m. was going East on Ellinor when a vehicle driven by Mrs. Mintie Ahern. Shelton. coming from the South on Ridgeroad failed to stop at a stop sign at Ellinor Street. The two vehicles collided in the intersection. There was about $250 damage to the Skilhnan car and $50 to the Ahem vehicle, Police reported. CITY FIIE CALLS Nov. 19,- A'Wb,(rheaed chim- ney in K::..home ,owned by. taa Schnitzer and in which C. . liot was tenant, damages of about $25. Nov. 21 --- A tt]ck fire caused by an overheated clutch plate, at Highway 101 and B Streets. Nov. 22 .... A chimney fire in the Walter Krumples Home. 1818 Jefferson. STATE PATROL A one-car accident was reported about 7:40 p.m. Monday about 8; miles soulh of Shelton on High- way 101. Driver of the ear was Charles B, Satiacum, 30, Tacoma, who suffered cuts on his head. A passenger in the car, Hawlee Reed 37, Tacoma,. sufferea a cut hand and a bump on the head. Satiacum was traveling south on Highway 101 when he applied his brakes, skidded across the road and over a 20-foot embank- ment. The vehicle made a com- plete hn'n and landed on its wheels. It was a total loss. COUNTY BUILDING PERMITS One building permit was ap- proved by the Mason County Com- missioners when they met Nov. 18. It was to Thomas Harrington, wood cabin. $2,000. CITY BUILDING PERMITS Building hermits issued by the City of Shefton have been to-Mrs. Mary Sykes, residence. $12,000; Lillian Wilson. car port roof, $50; William Buchman, Stewarts Food Liner, bakery, addition to parking space, $8,000. FERRY RECEIPTS Receipts from the Harstine Island Ferry for the week ending Nov. 16 were $264.50, i[ was re- ported by the Mason County Engi- neer s Office. ject is seen as just another ex- ample of the state moving in to w./w.o.t, take control of mother local func- tion. ALSO QUESTIONED is the necessity of some of the additional services which the 'larger library unit could provide. Supporters of the project ,say local control would not be lost because under state library law the only way in which the Shel- ton library could join the five ;c#unty gronp_after the two-year udy would' be by contract. Tim city library would still have its own library board to represent its interest. There is not even any guarantee 1 only Frost-Free FPD 14B63 *420 0 1 only - FPDS 14 T-1 Reg. $389.95 BEFRIGERA00R 309 that a five county group would i I I / / El | | | | i be formed at the end 0f the two BAflGES year demonstration. At that time, voters in the nnincorporated ar- eas would vote on whether or not to form a large reg- ional group. Cities within the area would then have the upper- .__._--- l-Only tfinityto join with the five. c0un- [l=' r"--7)l RSO .as ,04.,5 ty group thus formed by contract. TWO ELRIC ANZS for sale. Ii\\;'-'----... -o., Also two oil heaters. PhOneB 11/28426-3169"12/5  " ( /) " RS-35 Reg. $,234.95 trailer. Phone 126-3169. B 11/28 12/5 NOW ------ -()2E--22--FoilS-a-ds-)ff 16" dry  " w,tw.o.t. wood in basement, Phone 426-6805. g 11/t8 tfn l wx--x-rz_c;-}e 1 only. Pull & C can RD 39 Reg. 284.00 *21800 IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE w./w.o.t. STATE OF' WASHINGTON FOR MASON COUNTY In the Matter of the Guardianship of MAUD WUNDERLICH. Incompetent. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned has been appointed and qualified as Guardian of the above entitled guardianship: that all persons having claims against said incompe- tent are hereby required to serve the same. duly verified, on said Guardian or her attorney of record at the ad- dress below stated, and file the same with the Clerk of the said Court, to- ,ether with proof of such sea:vice. within six months after the date of first publication of this notice, or the stone Will be barred. DATE 0' IIRST PUBLICATIiI: November 28. 1963. BEULAH LEONHARDT Guardian of said Guardianship ARTHUR & HANLNY Guardianship 400 Washington Avenue 11/28 12/5-12 3t 1 only - Flair Range Reg. $539.95 *42000 NOW w./w.o.t. Iim IIIiI III DISHWASHERS 1-only was $189.95 ........................ '14S sum. Shelton, and the Northern Pacific Raih'oad train collided at the 2vill Street Railroad crossing. Mrs. Folsom received a scalp cut. Cars driven by Davld Green- walt. Castle Rock, and Howard Holt. Shelton, collided at the in- tersecon of Pioneer Way and Delaware Street. Holt was travel- ing south on Pioneer way and was making a turn onto Delaware Avenue when the accident occur- ed. Damage to the Holt car was $30 and to the Greenwalt car $200. SUPERIOR COURT New cases filed in Mason Coun- ty Superior Com.t include: Henry F. Goodman against Claude S. Wheeler, collection o ificle was behind Clark. Damage to the Clark car was $60 and to the Giest car $200. Cars driven by Ricky Lanning, Hoodsport. and Alfred Sandoval. Shelton. collided at the intersec- tion of Washington and I Streets. Damage to the Lanning vehicle was $150 and to the Sandoval ve- hicle. $300. Lanning was cited for failure to yield the right of way. Cars driven by W. C. West. Ta- coma and Anita Kimbel Shel- ton, were involved in a collision (,n \\;Vest Railroad Avenue. Cars driven by William C. Carl- son and Evar D. Nelson, both of Shelton, collided at the intersec- tion of Highway 101 and K Street, Both vehicles were traveling North on the Highway. Carlson was making a left hanoi turn and Nelson was attempting to pass him at the time of the accident. Total damage to both vezicles was about $400. * * * A car driven by Larry Ziegler, Shelton, left the street at Pioneer "Way and First Street, ending up in the flower bed strip along side. Ziegler told police another car forced him off the road and then did not stop. Cars driven by Walter L. Stans- bur, Shelton, and Warren tin- cold, Shelton, collided at the in- tersection of Railroad Avenue and First Street. Stansbury was going North of First Street and Lincold East on Railroad. Lincold was cited for failure to yield the right- of-way as a result of the accident. A car driven by Mrs. Max Fol- POLICE DEPARTMENT recovered on the Phillips Lake with the regional library desir- A car knocked over the Stop road. . able. (Some 100 communities in sign at Olympic Highway North the state now have contracts for and Seventh Street. The vehicle SHERIFF'S OFFICE ARRESTS service with neighboring iibrar- did not stop. Francis X. Beatty, drunk in ies). Such a contract can easily be Dick Bell reported four hub public; Leonard D. Williaxns, Ta- revoked. Would this really mean caps stolen, coma, drunk in public; Harry O. any serious loss of control? This Fredrick L. Hines reported Austin, non-support warrant from is the question which wiU arise while his car was parked at the King County. some time in 1967. ' A and W Root Beer it was hit ..* * * The present question is this: RF I 275 O0 by a pict,:up which took off with- CORRECTION Can the chance to try out this FRIGERATOR out stopping. A report of a traffic accident sort of Service with no added Cars driven by David S. Clark in the Journal November 14 had cost and no loss of conh<)l reason- . and Robert C. "Giest collided on the circumstances turned around, ably be rejected? Highway 101 last week. Mrs. The accident was investigated by Opponents of joining the five- 1 Only - Coppertone Giest, a passenger in her hus- Shelton Police and occured at the county demonstration base their arm. Both cars were going the intersection of R'idgeroad and El- objection to the loss of local con- same direction on the highway liner Streets, Police report that trol anticipafed in the set up. 13 T 63 aandleftClarkhandWaSturn.preparingThe Giestt makve_ Gerald Skillman, Snake River, The regional library study pro- Reg $349.95