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December 5, 1963

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December 5, 1963 SHELTON--MASON COUNTY" JOURNAL- Published in "Ch'sfmasfown, U.S.A.", Shelton, Washington PAGE 3 Christmas Shopping at Oisen Furniture NOW IS THE TIME TO GET A GIFT THE WHOLE FAMILY WILL ENJOY -- MANY WONDERFUL GIFTS Hassocks..,,,, ?5 95 SofaPillows,,..,.s385 ! ZENITH RADIOS I . . I REGLININGGHAIRS GHAIR LOUNGES I . . I Hampers....... s8s00 Boudoir Lamps... z495 t ' BerznaAutomat,c I POLE LAMPS 1 Sewing Machmes I SWIVEL ROGKERS Tall 40-inc I Ceramic Table Lamps.... '.. sgs5 ! ZenithStereo Phonograghs Olsen Furniture C00o. 328 Cota Street Phone 426-4702 i ldmon. Your Merchants ioo Late To Glassily Phacts otoc:i[.. -",7 From Nell Evander __ condition:_ Phon_e_ 4_26.3440. F 12/.i - .... - ,interested. in helping79 to 1957-, CHEV. PICKUP -- Looks and ] ::   :i:: .... : : child s hfe toda3 Every runs almost like new. Aluminum  :. :;  the year more than 1,000 canopy, four new tires. $995. Phone ..... : : : in this country of ours 426-4563. Z 12/5 tfn FOR RENT -- Unfurnished two bed- are poisoned by room house, $50 per month. Phone t h e i r parents! 426-4349. D 12/5 tfn b-I:,DS--AMBA-SS-AI)0-R trumpet, -good These are the condition, $100. Phone 426'3604. children u n der S 12/5-12 ;. :. ::. .: .... : of age H-A-Y--FOR426.8781. SALE--$25 per tOn.C 12/GPhOnetfn :: t , :: :: " five years who drink or eat FbR--S:LE -- 1959 Olds 98 Holiday  .:i :i!'  '- such things as o oo-onr cr ,n ollo., medicines of all condition. Call :Mel ttarper, 426-4223. : ; :: ." : kinds (especially H 12/5 tfn '::i aspirin), furni- FOR SALE -- 1958 Plymoutll--Station= wagon, standard shift. Reasoflable. ture polish, dra- Phone 426-3218. B 12/5 tfn no, c o s meties sprays. All of the par- these poisoned children are Legal Publications the "accident" happen- NOTICE don't put yourself in All persons having claims against of being "sorry" the estate of Kathryn Dull, deceased, is every adult's direct please notify Chalmer A. Dull. 6614 Lake Drive, Bremcrton. Washington, to see that noth- witb proof of such service. is within reach of Signed, child. Please make cer- CHALMER A. DULL 12/5-12-19 3t all of our children are from this unnecessary NOTICE OF BUDGET llEARING NOTICE is herey given that the you. 13oard of Commissioners of Public Daily 9:30 to 7:30 Utility District No. 1, Potlatch. Wash- ington, have prepared a budget for 9:30 - 6:00 the year 1964 and that a final hearing of the proposed budget will be held rnarma y n='- :--C'" ,,, the office of the District at 8:00 p.m., Monday, December 23, 1963. Signed, 426-3327 HAROLD HUNTER. Secretary :Public Utility L-'istrict No. 1 YOUR DOCTOR NOW" of :Mason County FLU VACCINE FOR 12/5-12 2t Mrs T. A. Tibbets of Dayton is R PROCTION. Journal Want Ads shown in the above Journal photo receiving her check as the first jackpot winner in Stew- Clan =ark Pia os 00ooo oo, 0oou,00 00noo Story & o,_ store manager Dan Carl presented the check to Mrs. Tib- bets. Lowrey Organs SHP'L'TON TITLI:, WATERFRONT REALTY FIRMS MOVING at Sielton Title Company is mov- ing into quarters three times its ,JOHNNY'S MUSIC BOX present spaeeastheresultofthe i purchase by Brock Sturtevant, the firm's owner-president, of the OPEN MON. & FRI. EVENINGS I building now occupied by Water- 205 Cota St. front Realty at 317 Railroad Ave- nue. Shelton Title has occupied quar- ters at-415 Railroad for the past five years, in the building owned by Dean Palmer. Marden Stroud, owner, is mov- ing WaLerfront Realty to Bay- shore, ,,here new quarters are be- ing constructed. Sturtevant purchased the busi- ness building from Mrs. Gertrude Saege r. The quarters are 24 x 100 feet in dimension. Sturtevant said the move would be made after minor remodeling and the title company would open in its new quarters on December 16. A public open house is planned for oometime after the first ot the year. FROM CHRISTMAS... ...TO CHRISTHAS The Gift That Is Sure To Please, THE WHOLE YEAR THROUGH IS A SUBSCRIPTION To The $4.50 a year inside Mason Comity $5.00 a year outside Mason County We Send a Gift Card with Each Gift Subscription t Classified Ad Brings Results 3 Months Later Sometimes it takes longer than others, but give 'em time and Journal want ads usually do get results. For Mrs. Charles Robinson of Bellevue it took three months to get back a vahmble diamond ring she lost on a downtown Shelton street last summer. It was on July 22 that the ring slipped off her finger while she was crossing Railroad avenue in front, of the library. She had been water skiing, bailing out boats, swimming and doing things I around the Robinson summer I home at Spencer Lake that up- I parently caused her fingers to I contract enough that the ring I could slip off unnoticed. ] AFTER DISCOVERING the } loss and :earching diligently ev-! erywhere she could think of, Mrs. Robinson placed a classified ad fin the Journal. In the meantime, Shelton in- suranceman AI LaBissoniere had found the ring shortly after Mrs. Robinson lost it. But he missed seeing the ad in the paper. Some weeks later his wife's mother, learning of the discovery for the first time, remembered the ad. A bit of searching the classified files at the Journal turned up the ring owner and eventually, in mid-October,, it wound up back on the finger from which it had slipped in July. All of which is just now com- ing to light because Mrs. Rob- inson hasn't had an opportunity to get into Shelton from her Bellevue home until last week. Xmas Tree Thieves Face Xmas In Jail, Youthful Pair Find Christmas. tree thieves face Christmas m jail. Two youthful .yule tree pilferers from Kitsap County found that out shortly after midnight last Friday. Charles Sarver, 18, and George Sullivan, 1 both of Port Orchard were sentenced to 30 days in jail and assessed court costs besides by Justice Myron Freyd of Kit- sap County a few hours after they had been apprehended at 1:52 a,m. by Kitsap County Sheriff's deputies Johnson and Glovick with $36 worth of Christmas trees (eight bundles) th.ey admitted taking from the Alpine Christ- mas Tree Company's yards near the Kitsap airport. The two deputies were cruis- ing on general patrol duty when they spotted the youths' truck in the Sunnyslope area (near Gorst). When the boys were unable to pxduce the hauling permit re- quii'ed by Kitsap County ordin- ance (identical to Mason County's hauling permit) they were arrest- ed and charged with the tree theft. This is the identical prospect facing anyone caught stealing Christmas trees in Mason County. Accident Case Heard By Jury An automo'bile accident injury suit went into its third day Wed- nesday as the Mason County Su- perior Court jury term continued. Being heard was the case of Peter Snaza against Levi Cays. Snaza is seeking damages for a neck injury received in a traffic accident in 1962. Jurors are Rankin Lynch, Vio- let LaFond, Gladys Ware, Reynold Mason, F. H. Rettig, Margaret Newell, Merl Lamb, George Ahl- quist, Gladys Wyatt, Arlene Zam- zow, John ILaramie and Molly Connolly. LOW COST HOHE LOANS NEW CONSTRUCTION  REMODELING PURCHASE 6 o On Reducing Balances -- No Commission Charges Mason Gounly Savings & Loan Association TITLE INSURANCE BUILDING SHELTON Pioneer School Gets : Federal Fund Grant  The Pioneer School District has  been allocated $1,528 tinder Pub- . lic Law 874, it was announced . \\;Vednesday by Sens. "Warren Mag- nuson and Hem'y M. Jackson and Rep. Julia Butler Hansen.  Under this law. school districts  which are in areas which have in- . creased enrollment because of fed- i eral activity in the area are al- located federal funds.  OPEN FRIDAY NIGHTS i Gertrude Sheckler UNTIL 8:30 Dies In Seattle Gert{ude Scheckler died Nov. 30  in Seattle at4he St. Vincent Home for the aged where she had been a patient the past two years. Prior to her move there she lived  in Shelton with her granddaugh- ter, Mrs. Anna Frank. She was  a resident here about five years. Mrs. Sheckler was born Nov. 24, A Subs,diary of O N Hrsc & Co 1876 in England. Size was 87  at her passing. ;;;P,,4.- .: .,-.--:$ ) The funeral was held at 9 a.m. Monday at the St. Edward's Ca- tholic church. Interment will be held tomorrow in Nnglewood, Calif. Surviving is one son, Alfred Hamm, Hawthorne, Calif.; one granddaughter, Mrs. Anna Frank Shelton; seven great grandchild- ren and one great great grand- child; one nephew, Tom Harem Englewood, Calif. Kathryn Dull Is Taken By Death Death called Kathryn Dull, 78, at her home at 411 North First Street Monday. i2Vlrs. Dull had lived in Shelton the past eight years. She was born in Elk Horn, Iowa October 6, 1885. During her younger years she worked as a supervisor of housekeeping in sev- eral hospitals. The funeral will be held at 11 a.m. today at the Batstone Fun- eral Home. Rev. Mason Young- lund will officiate. Interment v'ill be in ,Shelton Memorial Park. Survivors include two sGns, Chalmer, Bremerton and Melvin, Wenatchee; two .daughters, Mrs. Lulu Haman, Monroe, and Mrs. Hulda Botts, Shelton; nine grand- children and 12 great, grandchild- ren. Regular $1.69 'and 98 value ORNAMENTS Clearance 98 C 9V= (any color) OUTDOOR LIGHTS 12 for 98c C 7=/ (any color) INDOOR LIGHTS 12 for 89c C 6 (any color) HOLLY INDOOR TREES LIGHTS 50c 90c $1,25 12 for 69c COffEE"00*' HAKER. . . . '9 NORELCO RAZOR... This Christmas Grandma will get exactly what she wants  If you make an appointmcnt at Dean's Studio. No. gift is more per- sonal or more appreciated! There is still time if you call N O W. Use portraits for Christmas cards too -- its a wonderful way to say hello and costs no more than other fine greeting cards. The Christmas Special still applies - a free Gran'ma print with each order and someone will receive their entire order free of charge. You have 4 more days for family groups and 10 days for children .Portraits are handcrafted. It takes time to do a fine piece of work We realize that Sharon has a new grandmother in the above picture but it is Christmas time and it's fun to pre- tend  Besides Mrs. Nelson is just the right grandmother type. (Paid Adv,) NELL'S PHARHACY 4th and Railroad Phone 426-3327 or Phone 426-2165