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PAGE 4 Dr. Deegan Prizes Letter From Kennedy In Nan unusually well-stocked zrophy case which includes awards for outstanding achievements in football, track, horse racing and other endeavors, one of the most l'.rized possessions of Dr. Harry W. Deegan, retired ShelteR den- list. is a personal letter from the late President John F. Kennedy. It was written In answer to Dr. Deegan's offer to help the then Senator Kennedy in his pres- idential campaign in 1960, The letter, written from Washington, and dated May 25, 1960, said: Dr. Harry W. Deegan Deegan Building ShelteR, Washington SHELTON--MASON COUNTY JOURNAI5- Published in "Christmastown U.S.A.", Shell/on, Washington Among Your Merchants addition to advertising, the sig- nature wilI be used in packaging, 2abeling (and other promotional areas. NE , LIGHTEST HOMELITE SAW NOW AT SAEGER'S The revolutionary new Home- lite XL-12 is now in stock at Sac- get Motor Shop, local Homelite Agency, on Hillcrest. The XL-12, the world's lfghtest, direct drive chain saw, weighs as little as 14 pounds, complete with bar and chain. Yet it can slice through 12 inch lofts in 10 seconds, fell trees up to 3 feet in diameter. "Whether youre a pro- lor. ShelteR busirlessman, since early this month. He underwent a vertebrae op- eration last week to correct a damaged disc, cause .of the trou- ble. He entered the hospital Nov. 13. How long he will remain is undetermined nor how successful the operation. It is presumed he received his back injury while working on the TV cable system he owns to serve a residential area near the hos- pital, possibly from a safety belt while on a pole. PENNEY'S SLOGAN TO GET NEW LOOK Dear Dr. Deegan: One of America's most famous fessional pulpwood cutter or log  Many thanzs for your recent advertising slogans, "Always First get, or you just want to get wood letter and your generous offer of Quality," will appear in new sur- for your fireplace, clear a camp- assistance. 'I am indeed grateful roundings starting next week. site, do some landscaping or re- to you for your willingness to That's wines J. C. Pennhy Corn- pair storm damage," says Dick work in my behalf, party advertisements in newspap- Saeger, "this new Homelite XL-12 Mr. Henr'y Owes is the State era throughout the country will provides the lightest, easiest, most Chairman of the Kennedy forces introduce' the' department store economical way to do it." "The in Washington and he is coordin- chain's new "signature" featuring remarkable combination of light weight, power and performance ating all activity on my behalf. "Penneys" and "Always First of the XL-12 represents the great- I would appreciate it if you would Quality." eat advance in chain saw design contact Mr. Owes, Room 4057, Since its introduction in 1946, and construction in the last de- Arcade Building, Seattle, and--dTs- the Penney slogan has become one cuss the situation in southwest of the est known in the U.S., cade." Washington.  according to EldeR Kahny, man- In view of the interest you have ager of Penney's department store expressed, Iwouldappreeiateyour here. Junio High assistance, and I am taking the A major reason for the slogan's r liberty of forwarding your name prominence is the fact that Pen- to Mr. Owes. ney's traditionally has done the= f' f" _ With every good wish, I am bulk of its advertising in news- LO cert$ Sincerely, papers, thus giving the slogan John F. Kennedy. broad circulation. The Shelter Junior High school Another reason for the signifi- music department will present the Dr. Deegan subsequently work- cance of "Always Fi rat Quahty" first of two annual concert pro- ed as Kennedy campaign man- lies in its meaning to Penney eus- grams Dec. 5 at 8 p.m. tn the ager in Mason County and was tomers, according to Kahny. The gratified to see Mason County slogan means that Penney"s will Junior High auditorium. Featured performing groups give Mr. Kennedy a pluraTity in firstnever knowingly sell anything but will include the junior high ad- quality merchandise, he. ex- vanced band and the ninth'grade the election, although the state as a whole dTd not. mixed chorus. The band, under i M;n00-en00 Jury Cases t. direction of Gary Nicloy, will Loca perform the "Monticello Over- ir M ng Are Postp d to,,, by Taryer, "Dark Eyes",a Slate Fa eeh trun-,pet trio featuring Nancy Spliseth, John Boardman, and Big fairs, little fairs, commun- 0e Steve Steinberg, and "Deep River" ity fairs and 4-H fairs, nearly by Ployhar. The Chorus. under the direction The Superior Court case of Har- old Gandesberry against Cecil Blaekwelder scheduled for :Mon- day has been set over to the next jury term. The case was taken off the cal- endar this year when one of the attorneys could not appear be- cause of a death in his family. The case scheduled for Wednes- day and Friday of this week was postponed and has been tentative- ly set for Dec. 16 and 17. THE CASE is that of Flossie Veheeldou against David J. Wood D. R. Wood and others in an ac- tion for damages from an auto 'accident. *' The case was postponed after" James Hcaly, Tacoma. attorney for the defendants, appeared in court last Friday to ask for a con- tinuance. This was opposed by Glenn Corres, attorney for the plaintiff. Healey said ilia sched- ule would not permit him to ap- pear at the time set for the trial. The next case scheduled to call for the jury term is that of Peter Snaza against Levi Cays, a per- sonal injury suit. It is scheduled for Monday and Tuesday. of Pat Havens, will present sev- eral selections including "Be Thou Not Still" by Foltz. a spiritual entitled "Poor Man Lazrus", and an American folk song "Every Night When the Sun Goes In." The program will be completed with several vocal and instrumen- tal ensembles. Tickets are being sold in ad- vance by participating jumor high musicians or they may be pur- chased at the door at 50 cents for adults and 30 cents for child- ren. The second concert will be pre- sented Dec. 10 at the same time and place. This program will fea- ture the eighth grade vocal groups and the seventh grade band un- der the direction of Bob Dethlefs. Thfs concert will consist of the sea,Renal music of Christmas as well a standa.rd literature. Drug Discount Reminder diver The Mason County Steering Committee of the Governor's 90 of them were represented when the Washington State Fair Assoc- iation held its annnal convention in Yakima last Thursday and Friday. There were speeches by such fair celebrities as J. Hugh King, president of Interaational Fairs Association and president of *he Yakima fair: and George Prescott. assistant to the Gover- nor of the State of Washington. This was a most inspiring get- lo-gethcr and many new ideas and plans were brought home to ShelteR hy Martin Auseth, Carl ]zette and Clive Troy. SUSPENDED SENTENCE Engene B. Davis. who appeared in Mason County St.)erior Court on a charge of parole violation last Friday, was given a suspend- ed sentence by Judge Chares Wright. Davis was on deferred entence here for writing bad clccks when he was arrested in Oregon and sentenced to prison there. Upon his release last month he was brought here to face parole violation charges. Journal Want Ads Council on Aging is again remind- in'g all persons 62 years of age HAN "" ' /VLNG-- -KSg  and over that as of Dec. 1 they will be entitled to a 10 percent discount on drugs prescribed by their physician. The di'scount is available at a!l ShelteR Drug Stores. The person s g l!-nEt-Ngs  must be recorded on the pre- scription form. Drugs must be paid for in cash at time of service in order, to receive the discount. POS00AZ00 BRINGS AWARD A suggestion which will save an estimated $1500 to $2,090 an- nually in postal costs had earned for Frank McGuire, ShelteR post office staff member, a $25 cash reward and the superior achieve- ment award from the. postal de- partment. McGuire suggested the elimin- ation of an overlapping star roue service between ShelteR and Olympm. SHOPLIFTERS CAUGHT Two young married women who took a. coat each, one from the J. C. Penny Co. and one from Millers were given until Dec. 15 to make restitution to the stores. They were picked up by ShelteR Police. ATTEND8 CONVENT!ON Jack Smith. Arcadia, a mem- ber of the Southside Grange, was among those who took the seven- degree, highest in the Grange, Jury Awards $45.,000 In Accident Case A Mason County Superior Court jury Thursday evening awarded Wendell Loop, Bremerton, $45,- 000 for injuries he received in an automobile collision Feb. 17. Loop had sought $250,000 in an action against L. A. Carlson as administrator of the estate o Peter and Mary Timmerman. Loop and Timmerman were the drivers of vehicles which collided almost head-on on Highway 14/A 10 miles north of ShelteR. Both Mr. and Mrs. Timmerman were killed in the accident as was Mrs. Nellie Evart, a passenger in the Loop car. Loop suffered in- juries which kept him in the hos- pital for several weeks. Judge Charles T. Wright direct- ed the jury to find for the plain- tiff after the defense offered no evidence in its behalf, contesting only the amount asked in the ac- tion. Ralph SwansOn, Olympia, rep- resented the Timmerman estate and Carl Watkins, Seattle, repre- sented Loop. :Members of the jury were Ar- lene Zamzow, Dora Brown, :Mar- garet Newell, Donald Ragas, Merl Lamb, Harold Hamilton, Mollar Connolly, LeRoy Prusia, F. H. Rettig, Ivan K. Sheffler, Violet LaFond and Elsie Bunning. Tr.affic Accident Injures Man A Bremerton man, JerMd E'v- enson, is reported in good condi- tion at ShelteR General Hospital where be as,, taken after a traf- fic accident :Monday afternoon. Evenson was the driver of a jeep which went off the old Camp 3 Road and turned over. The ac- cident occured about 3:25 p.m. It was investigated by the Ma- son County Sheriff's office. I GrOp Women Hear Dan Evans Dan Evans. Republican candid- ate for governor, spoke at the meeting of the Mason County Wo- men's Republican Club Wednesday of last week to a large audience that included prominent county officials and a number of other gentlemen guests. Introduced by Mrs. Harold C. Stifling, program chairman, Ev- ans stressed the work of the com- ing election year. Reporting for the nominating committee. Mrs. Eber Angle an- nounced the following candidates to be ote one.at next Ionth's meeting: vice president, Mrs. R. V. Norvold; treasurer, Mrs. Rob- ert Puhn; corresponding secre- tary, :Mrs Herbert Vonhof. A set of Harvard Classics was won by Mrs Margaret McConkey, and winners of door prizes home- made pies--were Mmes. Frank Travis Jr., Beruhard Winiecki, J. H. Gray and Marie :McKay. At the social hour following Mrs. Ralph Horton. refreshment chairman was assisted by ]vIrs. Norvold, Mrs. Puhn and Mrs. Von- hof. Mrs. George G. Shackleford, club president, announced a pot- luck luncheon for next month's meeting December 18. The place will be announced later. The sale of jewelry in charge of Mrs. Stifling will be continued next nmnth. Masons To Choose '64 Officers Saturday Mt. :Moriah Masonic Lodge will hold its annual election of officers for 1964 at its stated communica- tion this Saturday night in the Masonic Temple. There will also bca proficiency examination of the third degree as well as balloting on new mem- bership applications, according to Worshipful Master Glen Hufnail. TWO NEV KIWANIANS Shelter Kiwanis Chzb initiated into its membership Tuesday Frosty Koch, warehouse and wholesale manager far Simpson Timber company, and Pat Wag- ner, retired Rayonier employee of 30 years. i WEATHER High Low Prccip, lov. 20 ............. 42 31 .03 Nov. 21 .............. 44 34 .23 Nov. 22 .............. 49 41 90 Nov. 23 .............. 54 46 .52 Nov. 24 .............. 51 44 .13 Nov. 25 .............. 54 48 .38 Nov. 26 .............. 54 43 1.07 at the National Convention m Portland last weekend. Order now.., truly personal! OUR SINGEREST WISHES FOR PHOTO GREETING CARDS YOUR GONTINUED HAPPINESS On this most gracious of days, Thanksgiving, let us join in a thankful prayer for all the little things that make for a prosperous today and promise a bountiful tomorrow. LIVE BETTER ELECTRICALLY NEW DESIGNS TO CHOOSE FROM P U.D NO. 3 w,,,,o oo,o,. As 4 '4 I As qum MASON Low /Iw Low /mlh COUNTY . As . . " A III1,' ED TAYL.OR, secretary; JERRY SAMPLES, manager 124 North 2 d St. Phone 426-6163 2|!!!!!|||nn OUTDOORS IN MASON COUNTY J][it[[[H.i[p3[i[g[[ig[[Bi[[[[]ii,,[[U SIMPSON WOMEN Olympic Plywood .......... 34 14 Aceounting ...................... 28 20 Research .......................... 27 21 Insulating Board .......... 25 23 Lumber ............................ 21 '/./_, 26  Purchasing .................... 21 26 Loggers ............................ 18 30 Engineering .................... 17 31 High game--Lil Dale 203. High series Jeanne Peterson 530. (No play Thanksgiving) :] :l: :[: Plywood 4 (Jeanne Peterson 530), Research 0 (Betty Dean 497); Loggers 4 Norene Stevens 429), Engineering' 0 (LaVonne Cole 487; Accounting 3 l Jane White 529). IBP 1 Verna Jo- hansen 502; Purchasing 2Vz (Tip Franklin 520), Lumber 1V, (Lil Dale and Joan Sowers 476). MEN'S INDUSTRIAL W L Canteen ........................ 29 .... 18 Shelton Motors .............. 26 22 20th Century Thrift ..... 1.25 23 Pantorium Cleaners ...... 24 24 Clary Trucking .............. 24 24 Morgan Transfer . ........... 23 25 Cole's Mobil Selrice ...... 22/ 25/ \\;  .... Lumbermen's Mere ....... 18 30 11  :: High games---Forrest Gilchirst 225, Gary Clark 222, Walt El- . liott 221, High series---Mark Fredson 584. Uir !. . Morgan Transfer 3 (Hap * * * Smith 551), Pantorium 1 (Mark Fred- son 584); 20th Century 3 (Ray Rice 517), She]ton Motors I (Jack Mays 499); L.M. 3 (Walt E]liott 579), Clavy Trucking i (Wayne Clary 531); Canteen 3 (Forest Gilchrist 550), Cole's :Mobil 1 ;i!i:!L:21ge: hx:e: :I 5;;?,NeTrBhUntKngOasofn the n:::nded/ii!k2,t!!/k;!:.__ . (Dean Smith 548). " . " " FRATERN---ALL LEAGUE L Fuller Construction ...... 34 14 Moose Antlers .............. 31 17 Kiwanis Club ...... 291, 181/. A Eagles Aerie ...... ::J:::::::::25 " 23 '" Bull Moose ...................... 20 26 Lions Club ...................... 18 30 Rotary Club .................... 18 30 ShelteR Hardware 16 V: 31  High gameHoward Fuller 256 Higi seriesyHoward Fuller 588 r m  Fuller Construction 4 (Howard Fuller 588), Bull Moose 0 (Bill Wilson 539); Eagles 3 (LiOnel Le- man 538), Lions 1 (Leo :Martin 528); Rotary 3 (Min Okano 549), Kiwanis 1 Ru(dy Oltman 489); felled his elk, a cow in this case, ShelteR Hardware 2 (Bruce with him pinpoint arrow shot aria for the past two years he has also killed his deer in the sme man- ner. Bow-and-arrow addicts aro look- ing forward to a special deer sea- son set aside for them in desig- nated areas of the state coming up in the immediate future. During the special extended buck deer season last weekend. Ed Fischer picked off a 5-point buck weighing 150 pounds near Lake Cushman and four' 2-pointers were reported Patti Wheaton and Frank Gilman. hunting in the same par- ty, both got one above Camp Govey, theformer's weighing 150 lbs.. the latter's 137 lbs. Miilie Pile and Norm Ferry each got theirs in the Matlock area. one weighing 100 lbs.. the latter's 120 lbs. TRAPPERS ARE BUSY Opening beaver to public trap- ping for the first time in years has put a surge of activity into trapping in this area, according to sporting goods dealers. Bob Rickey has been qnite sue- eessful, bagging' ten beaver in the past week, three last Sunday in- cluding one weighing 55 lbs. 10 BIG BLACK BEARCharles Bracey was looking for deer but took the huge black bear shown above Sunday near Cranberry Lake as a substitute. The bruin weighed 270 Ibs., unusually large for the species in this area. mish, Goldsborough, H a m m a Hamma, Duckabush. Dosewallips and Satsop rivets will be open as Schwarck 510. Moose Antlers 2 (Lloyd Clark 536). MAJOR LEAGUE Pts. NorLhwest Evergreen .......... 110 Timber Bowl ........................ 109 /, Dan's Nite Hawks .............. 98 Olson's B & B Shop .......... 85. Jim Pauley Inc ................... 80,,. LaBissoniere Agency .......... 80N High games--Clyde Ziegler 247, Dan Wilsdn 235 Jim Archer 222, Lloyd Clark 221 High series Lloyd Clark 581. Rite Hawks 12 (Chub Nutt 575). Timber Bowl 10 eL. L. Mc- Inelly 566), Olson's 9 (Lloyd Clark 581), LaBissoniere 8 Ed Hurd 560). Northwest Evergreen 6 (Jim Archer 569), Jim Pauley 2 (Jess Daniels 509). Thursday, RECREATION Olsen Furniture Ritner's Pink Ladies Rainier Beer ShelteR Recreation Lemke's Service Boysen Construction ...... Northwest Evergreen Lucky Lager Beer High games Mar Ilene Twidwell 188. High series Ilene 508. Split pick Mem MR. & 5I/{8. Eacrett Lumber Griffey Construction ..... Stock's Grapewew ......... Donn Marsh Realty ..... J & J Service .................. Sharer's Diggers Allyn Grocery Allyn Shell Service ........ High games Shirl@ 172, Bill Staudt 211. High series Shirlt Carlsoll's Fireplace on Mt. View oz. He has also taken otter an0 will the Wynooehe, one of the fa- muskrat. He plans to sell the pelts to commercial buyers. Rickey has vcrite close-by waters. his traps spread around ",;:idely A few steelhead arc already be- separated areas of the county, ing taken in the Chehalis, a 3,ear- . * , . around water, according to re- STEEl_HEAD SEASON HERE ports, although silver salmon aro Sunday brings the opening o the most prevalent there rigbt -.Mor00an, Eacrett's the" general winter stee]head fish- now. ing season in Washington. Spealdng' of salmon, indications '" ' Waters are high at this writing are fishfng tround Harstine Island but a short cold snap, far which is good of late. Those "indica- prospects appear air, could put tieRs" are the amount of hickory many of the rivers and streams in chips being bought for smoking good shape by opening day. fish, according to sporting goods ,i 1 In Mastm County the Skoko- de.,ers. USED CARS @ EGOHOMY GHAMPS @ '63 FALCON RANCHERO 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. @ Olher Good Used Gars @ '56 FORD Country Sedan 4 dr. V-8, 9 lmSS. '56 PLYMOUTH Subm'ban 2 dr., V-8, auto. '53 FORD 2 dr. ILT. V-8 - O. D. @ TRUGKS @ '61 FORD I//2 Ton Style Side short box 6 cyl. '55 FORD Crew bus 30 passenger good for a big camper '45 4 x 4 1 ton steel flat bed '41 FORD  Ton Pickup JIH PAULEY IHC. ALUMINUWI COMBINATION 1/ DOOR '299s FULL 1" THICK "e SAVE SPACE,-AB tuserts stay ca door dl year == SAVE WORK--Slidlng Panels tilt out END RATTLE$--JPels culdoued'in woo[ pde wlthe Mrippiql VENTILATE TOP OR BOTTOM MORGAN, EAGRETT LuMGEiI: !