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December 5, 1963

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December 5 1963 Bob Jones people seem to think don't have to pay any to the new acrylic Lmel finishes on model cars. Not even enthusiastic car sales- tell you this. It's chinaware. No mat- good your dishes are, get dirty. If you don't the wife. So, if in getting a shine on your car, deal is to take it to a If your car is new or five months pass be- touch the finish. If an older car and the job yourself, directions given by trer of the clean- polish you use . . . at a FAIR . For all your TIRE . PASSENGER, ,,, NEW ":D tires available at TIRECAP . . . 1st & ... 426-8104. 1960 Std. Feature of Wn. i Cases in October The Mason County Juvenile Probation office handled 33 cases during Octoher, the second largest number since its establishment, Probation Officer Marvin Christ- ensen said. Of the 33 cases, 20 were for de- linquency, six for traffic offenses and seven were dependency cases. The seven dependency cases were three boys and four girls, all for lack of adequate care. The 20 delinquency cases were one boy for auto theft; seven boys for burglary; one boy and one girl for sex offenses and eight boys for liquor offenses. NINE OF THESE 20 had come in contact with authorities in the past. Ages of the referrals were three under four years old; four five to ten years old; two between 11 and 13; one 14 year-old; seven 16-year-aids and nine 17 year olds. Six boys were brought into court for official hearing; two boys were placed on unofficial probation by the juvenile proba- tion officer; eight were referred to other agencies; two were re- turned to parents or guardians; six boys and one girl were dis- missed with warnings to them and their parents and one boy was turned over to another county which had assumed jurisdiction OPEN FRIDAY NIGHTS UNTIL 8:30 A Subsidiary of P. N, Hirsch & Co. SHELTON--MASON COUNTY 30URNAL-- Published in "Christmas]own, U.S.A.", Shelton, Washington THANKSGIVING BASKETSPosing with some of the 22 Thanksgiving baskets given to needy families in Mason County are left to right, Vernon Johnson, Thanksgiving Basket chairman; Joe Snyder, Boy's Club president, and Chet Dombro- ski, Club Advisor, The preparation of these bas- boys for negligent driving and one boy for following too close. THREE OF THESE cases were dismissed with warnings; one had his license held by the probation officer; aud two were remanded to adult court. The Shclton Police Department made eight referrals; the Mason County Sheriff's Department eight referrals: other police agencies. ou referral, other social agencies. foul" referrals;; schools, one refer- ral, and pareus, rel']tives or oth- er interested person, five referrals. because the offense was commit- ted there. A total of 34 days were spout by juveniles in detention either in the :Mason County Jail or in the Thurston County Juvenile Deten- tion Home. Of the six traffic offenses one girl was for failure to stop for a stop sign one boy driving with no operator's license: one boy driving with- defective equipment; two SIMPLIFY YOUR CHRISTMAS SHOPPING for your out-of-state let us ship one of our prime, farmed, freshly cut Douglas Fir. ! FT CHRISTMAS TREES DELIVERED PREPAID IN 48 ADJACENT STATES FOOT TREE $4,90 FOOT TREE $6.35 Packed to insure stump fresh arrival EVERGREENS VITH EACH TREE 00ARGE G,00T BO NAT,VE GREENS AND HOL-'00 Wl.- $a,) MAKE AN ATTRACTIVE TABLE CENTER PIECE, Prepaid Delivery Washington Evergreen Company kets is an annual project of the Boys Club. Home rooms each prepare one basket. They are deliv- ered to the Welfare Office which distributes them. The three are each holding one of the turkeys which go into each of the baskets. 426-4313 P.O. BOX 59 SHELTON, WASH. NO ORDERS ACCEPTED AFTER DECEMBER 9th, CASH WITH ORDER PLEASE. V LETTERS EDITOR i WHEAT FOR BOMBS  ing" politician if the politician Grandpappy and the Old Chief should be a Democrat you will were talking about the greed of be called .x damned Republican or the human race along with all vice versa, they tell you that one living creatures. He told of how party is as bad as the other but one tribe would have good hunt- they are going to vote for the ing and fishing temtory and how another tribe would try to move in. Veheu the first white man landed on these shores and in South Am- erica and Mexico the Indians help- ed them. The first winter they all Would have starved if the Indians had sot given them food. Am a re- sult of their kindness the Indians lost their country. There have beeu mauy wars since where one country wanted to enslave another. In wars we have helped to save these coun- tries. In peace we have loaded an enormous debt on our unborn gen- erations by helping these people. The Old Chief said if his people had known what the white man was going to do they would have let then] starve the first winter, but they did not know. Now with the eperience the white man has had, for the leaders of this country to ask the people to pl:t our unborn children farther in debt, to feed a country that has rapidly imprisoned its own people along with millions of others, whose leaders tell us and their actions show us that they are out to bury us. The Old Chief said if they were so forewa,ed they would still own this country. Grandpappy asked the Old Chief who he thought was responsible for where we are today. The Old Chief said it was the greed of some of our people and the stupidity of some of the people who get elected by millions of our voters who do not care what happens to their child- ren or grandchildren am long am ey get three squares a day and e wrinkles are out of their bel- lies. These same people, should you start talking about some graf- party that gives them the most and to hell with what happens. So you nice little children, open up your piggy banks and send the money to Washington to buy food to scud to the people who have put you in hock for over three i hundred billion dollars so that they can build bombs to bury you. Just think, children, if you don't send tha x. umney what will happen to all the politicians, their families, friends and the do-gooders that are on the public payroll who are i]elp- ing these people who are planning to bm'y you. Remember it is the same kind of thinking from the same kind of people that has put you in the home you are in today. J. L. "'Red" Parsons SCOUT DRIVE On behalf of the Boy Scouts at America and myself, I wish to ex- press my sincere thanks to the people of Shelton and Mason County for making the 1963 Boy Scouts Annual Fmd Drive a suc- cess. The following men helped to or- ganize this drive, Scouts Execu- tives: Dick Whitney and Jim Fox. Committee; M. M. (Bud) Lyons, Bill Dickie, Selden VanderWegen, Warren Mac, John Ragan Rob- err Snyder, Marvin Anstey and the many workers composed of business, and professional men and spirited minded citizens. As of this date we have raised ;2,176.82. Any drive of this size and na- :ure is a tremendous task and would not be possible without your Imlp and time put into this cause. Once again thank you very much for a job well done. Win. R. Batstone Drive Chairman PAGE 15 t Lilliwaup Community Club Plans P00tl,ek fl" .. _ _00n,er, Card Party Methodist Ghurch Plans Activities For By Frances Ca]to LILLIWAUP -- Potluck sup- per, business session and pinochle party---in that order, beginuing at 6 p.m. are scheduled by the Lil- iwaup Community Club for Dec. 13, in the Lilliwaup Hall. This will be the second in a new ser- ies of card parties sponsored by the group. Community residents and the public re invited. Hos- tesses will be :Mrs. Dess Haines and Mrs. Roland rillson. who will serve refreshments to the pinochle players. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Tahja and family from Tacoma were Thanksgivihg Day guests of :Mrs. Tahja's mother. Mrs Sig Ander- son, and Mr. Anderson. Another son-in-law and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Smith of Lilliwaup, with their daughter, were also dinner gmsts. The Tahjas paid visits to the homes of Arnold's sisters. Mrs. Starr Vhite of Lil- liwaup and Mrs. Ernest Campbell of Shelton. A boy, weighing over 10 pounds, arrived Friday night last week and was named Douglas Scott by the happy parents, Mr. and :Mrs. Donald F. Joerz. He was brought home Wednesday so that he might join the family Thanksgiving day celebration and meet a brother and two sisters. bIR. AND MRS. JAMES :IV[. Carr drove to Bellevue for a hol- iday visit with their nephew, Charles Burnell and family. Re- cently home from two years of Air Force set-,ice in Formosa, the Burnell's son-in-law, with his wife and their two small children, were also gnzests. Mrs. Everett egg of Vancou- ver. sister of :Mrs. Smith. wan a house gmst from Wednesday to Sunday of the Harry Smiths at Beacon Point Resort. Fair weather over the holiday brough a number of camper and trailer guests to Rest While Park to spend their long weekend, re- ported Mr. and Mrs. Victor Red- man. managers. Mr. and :Mrs. Barney Boswell of Rest Vehile Park entertained Mr. Boswell's daughter, son-in-law and grandchild from Seattle Thanks- giving. Dess and Edna Haines spent Thanksgiving day at the home of Edna's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Buford Rose, Shel- ton. Friday they drove to Port- land to visit with Dess' sister, Mrs. Aloha Auvil. Vehile there they had the pleasure of seeing their two small great grandchild- ren. Mike. 4. and a baby girl al- most a year old. the children of the former Linda Lou Haines, now Mrs. Dennis McBride. They found it a spectacular sight when they all witnessed the lighting of the Lloyd Center Christmas tree, which twinkled with over 10,000 lights, and reminded them that Christmas is just a short thne af.ter Thanksgiving. Tuesday local members of the Elinor chapter of OES Social club drove Lo IIoodsport for their meeting and potluck luncheon at the home of :Mrs."Harold Millo. CHRISTMAS GIFT-making in- spiration is being souglit today by community women attending the meeting of the Hood Canal Garden club. To learn about mak- ing clothes hangers gift-worthy, they are bringing with them two hanger% Scotch-taped together, and two eight-yard balls of color- cd rug yarn. The aftemoon pro- gram, in Wlfich this will be dem- onstrated by Mrs. George Moake', ' follow tle business meeting at 11 a.m. and the pothmk hmcheon. All interested are welcome to at- tend the meeting in the Potlatch clubhouse of the Hood Canal Wo- man's Federated Club, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. George Moake had their ThanksgiTg day din- ner in Hoodspmt at the home of Mr. Moake's sister, :Mrs. Evelyn Nicholson. They especially enjoyed seeing their nieces, hom for the cccasion. Judy Nicholson came from Bellinghan], where she is a student at the Western \\;Vashing- ton State College. Marion whs home witi] her husband, Leudcy Smith, who is front Illinois and now stationed on U.S. Navy duty in Bremerton. Mrs. Kate Davis returned last weekend from a visit of several days in Seattle at the home of her son-in-law and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Taylor. The Tay- lors brought Mrs. Davis home and spent the weekend with her in Lilliwaup. MR. AND MRS. IIAROLD E. Sund were hosts Thanksgiving ev- ening to the Richard Bates fam- ily and their daughter, the form- er Sharon und, and her husband Lynn Barnett of Tacoma. Their sons, David and Larry Sund. are planning on a student life agail in January. David will return for his third year at Western Wash- ington State College and Larry plans on entering Olvmpic Junior College ifi"riiditbr: Becky, six-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Bates. was a bit disappointed in her school vacation for Thanksgiwng, since she was too sick to enjoy it. She was expected to be well enough to return to school the first of this week, Mrs. Frank Robinson returned Saturday from Tacoma. where she had been since Monday at the home of her son. John Robinson, On Tuesday evening she and John's family were dinner guests at the home of Dr. Mack Knutsen and Mrs. Knutsen. John's son-in- law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Stephen :Morn'is of Portland, were home for Thanksgiving and Mrs. Robinson had a chance to get ac- quainted with her four-month-old great granddaughter, Rebecca. Mr. and :Mrs. Nell Vance hacl their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Ma. Jack Johnston. as guests on Thanksgiving. Friday their grandson, Robert Dearinger, ac- companied by Miss Linda Hanson, both of Edmonds. arrived to spend the weekend with the Vances. They tool( a trip to Sequim Sat- urday so that Robert could visit another grandmother, Mrs. Henry Boston. L" /IVITH TWO SETS of Hood Canal grandparents, the five chil* dren of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Er- hart of Clear Lake really en- joyed Thanksgwing vaeation days. They spent part of their time with Mrs. Erhart's parents, Mr. and :Mrs. A1 Dickinson at Hoods- port and the rest with BoWs fa- mily, the Allie W. Robinson's in Lilliwaup. There they had the company of three cousins, the children of Mr. and :Mrs. Bob Bur- man of Bellevue, who were house guests at the [Robinson home. l'aadge and Allie-agreed that their home seemed unusually quiet Sun-' day evening after both sets of grandchildren had departed. lIr. and lrs. Bob :Moffatt had their son and daughter home for Thanksgiving. :Mr. and lIrs. Dale Moffatt came from Centralia and Jtl,e from Olympia, where she is 'employed by the Emploment Security Department. Mrs. Mof- fart's unle, Ragnvald Aaro, was ,also a guest. The special services that have been planned for the Advent sea- sell by the First Methodist church of Sl'{cltou will begin with the Sacrament of Holy Commmion at 7:30 p.m. next Sunday. Other services will inelude a Christmas program by the children's depart- ment at 4:30 p.m. Dec. 15. a Christmas Pageant by the Youth Department at 5 p.m. Dec. 22. and a Christmas Family Setwice at 7 p.m. Dec. 24. The public is welcome to attend all services. The Methodist Church is calling a .special Quarterly Conference Monday, at 7:3(3. to discuss and vote on the purchase of a new site for the church. Several new sites have been studied by the Building Committee and recently the committee voted to take op- tion on a sight in the Mountain View area. The church has long studied the needs of additional space and is combining these pressures with a study of the future in order to prepare to best serve the congre- gation and the community. The Building Committee has sied a cent.roe] with Johnson and Aus- tin, architects, and will receive help from them in determining what will be the best plan to meet both the present and future needs of the church. Journal Want Ads "e Weighs only 12 Ibs. less bar and chain Slices through 12.inch logs in 10 seconds, fells trees up to 3 feet in diameter COME IN AND HA VE A FREE DEMONSTRA TION SAEGER MOTOR SHOP on Hillcrest ""*' "' NEw, Casserole specially priced! Paul Revere Bowls... styled and priced for Gift Giving! !iii 9 in. diameter 89.95 i :::iiiiii T in. diameter.._ 6.9 ii! I 5 in. diameter 4.95 iiif .... = ii:: t 33 in. diameter 2.9 ii! r,. To E,,o ilii!i In pedeO harmon, iliiii with modern or traditional home furnishings. 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