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Percy  Pio 6017 S.E. 8Gth Ave portland, Ore |riot Wr|gh! to00e Bur(.ed home of the Victor Wright r on Delight Park road burn- the ground Wednesday mar- despite efforts of three fire ag groups. e family, with four small ten, lost all its possessions in laze. Mrs. Wright and the Fen, who were home at the , escaped. Mrs. Wright sut- I burns on her hands in get- a television set out of the e. It was damaged by the however, officers reporteci. tre trucks from the Arcadia Department. Shelton Fire 00istmas Message Department and the Department of Natural Resources answered the call, but, by the time they arrived the fire was too well started to control. Also answering the call were PUD crews, who took care at electric lines. State Patrolman Robert Furseth and Deputy Sher- iffs Wally Anderson and Bill Booth. The fire apparently started in the upstairs portion of the house from an overheated chimney, the Sheriff&apos;s office said. Christ k The Indispensable IMeaning Of Christmas eral years ago, while I was ding the University of New o, my roommate told me "word-suggestion test" that lad taken ill his psychology I. The professor had instruct- :he 35 students in the class 'ite the word, "Christmas", then immediately after that to write the first word or lse that flashed into their s regarding that particular When the papers were col- <(l such words as "tree", "hol- L"raistletoe", "presents .... tur- 4[', "holiday .... carols", and *':ta Claus" were found, but |.0he had written the ,phrase, fthday of Jesus Christ'. Cannot recall ho,v many pea- lhave asked me during my irae, "For what does the "X" as stand?" My answer has |lYs been the same, "It stands ||O.hrist!" To many people, the |ln Xmas does not. stand for [.]lt, but for a great number I i i |thilgs that have nothing to do ::tsoever with Jesus. To some, ]['"X" in Xmas means X-as- t', ton and X-haustion duc to | Commerciaiism and rush of Season. To others, it means nge, X-pense X-hibition, X- :faent, and X-cess, and the like; .|-0f Which are found at this of the year, but all of whmh i. nothing to do with the In- Viable Meaning of Christmas. that is the real meaning of Strnas, after all? What does ]ean in the sight and mind of ?The Bible tells us in Luke .'11 hat the essence of tmas is: 'Fea" not, for be- I bring you good tidings of tly Alfred D. Sandoval bowed before Him long enough to dstcr of Christian Education discover the real purpose for tat Baptist Church, Shelton which He came. Saul of Tarsus tarried before Him and emerged as Paul first century scholar and missionary-evangelist who pub- lished the most wonderful tidings of time and eternity, "Christ Je- sus came into the world to save sinners." He. who preached the greatest sermons ever uttered, did not come into this world primarily to preach. He, who gave sight to the blind, earing to the deaf, and speech to the dumb, did not come into the world primarily to heal. He, whose high ideals and principles radiated from His sin- less heart and flawless life, did not come into the world primarily to establish an example for char- acter. He. whose loyalty in life and courage in death will forever be incomparable, did not come into the world primarily to teach l men to live honestly and to die I bravely. As a preacher. Christ ex- celled: as a teachtlr. He predomi- nated; as a philosopher, He was unequalled; as a man He was un- surpassed; yet His prime glory lies in norm of these virtues. The true purpose of the incarnation and the true meaning of Christ- mas is lost if we stop here. What. then, is the Indispensable Meaning of Christmas? Accord- ing to the New Testament. it means at least four things. First of all, Christmas means that: "Christ Came Into The "World To Reveal the Father". The Lord's own statement of truth in this regard is found in the Gospel of John, chapter 14, verse 9: " . . . he that hath seen Me hath seen the Father!" Among all the thins that Jesus said concerning His ]at joy, whictl shall be to tll relatkalship to the Fa}her, none )e Fro" unto you is born this is .moe comprehensive, inclusive, ,tll the city of Dagid a Saviour,,,, and ex!miive .than this. Further-. L?h zs CHRIST THE LORD. more, Christmas means that. lst the Saviour is the Indis- "Christ c a, nie into the woqd to iable Meaning of Christmas. remove sins'. In I 3ohn 3:.) we .ISTMAS IS CHRIST! read: "And ye *know that He wa  [LIIOST 'universally it is manifested to take away our sins; [ed among men of understand- and in Him is no sin. ' The word, i that Jesus Christ is the most t'sins", here includes all those 0us character of human hist- thoughts, words, and deeds in[ ur nr thn who hv, (Continued on page 6) 77th YEAR NO. 51  Entered s second class matter at the post office at Shelton. Washington, 10 Cents per Copy under Act of March 8, 1879. Published weekly at 227 West Cota. Thursday, December 19, 1963 Published in "Christmastown, U,S.A.", Shelton, Washington 20 Pages  3 Sections City Approves Street Program, Revised Arterial System ARTERIAL STREETSThis map shows the streets which have been designated as arterials in the revised arterial street program approved by the city commission Tuesday. The revisionwas neces- 00hamber Honors Retired 00ol00ceman L. L Van Cleave i.YI MAN HONORED Retired who acted as master of ceremon es for the occa- I RED PATROL  !% Sergeant L L VanCleave right was pre- sion. VanCleave has a hobby of repmrmg clocks, 1ted wH-h .....  d'mmantled" " clock when he was hon- and Hembroff. commented that he would probably I '" bv +h, .he tnn Chamber of Comerce dur- put th=s dismantled one together and get it run- ,.Ks mo th mn ly embership meeting last Thurs- ntng just to show he could ' Making the presentation is Rocky Hembroff,  Cam, broff. Police Chief Paul Hinton, had prepared letter to helton Cllalnbcr. of ,rectors a le who was zest at the me(tin be sent to the mty commmslon 1 Thursday night lmnored " - ' a gt " . " ' g,I " " i" " t, loliee sergeant L. L. Vail said that it had been a pleasure] which stated that the charnber i**% heard reports from the to work with van Cleave over the! trustees had reviewed the library a Port Commission and the years and that it was nice that decision and believed it was un- ill County Planning Commis- the Chalber was lmnoring him. fortmmte. Tle proposed regional :tIlfl discmsed the library is- The Chamber members voted to library might pose some problems, hen tlmy met in the Shel- hold up a decision on what stand but, tle two-year demonstration itet for the monthly meni- it should take on the proposed would provide an opportunity to Shelton participation in the five- see what was coming before a final decision was made. AI,'TEI A discussion of the pro- posal, it was the opinion of the mem'bers that the letter should not bc sent until there was more time to study the proposal. Some questioned if the Chant- ber wasn't stepping out of its area in making a recommendation on the issue. During the discussion, Frank (Continued on 1)age 3) county library demonstration phtnncd during the next two years. John W. Bemmtt, a member of the chamber board of directors, told the group that the matter had been brought up at a Cham- ber meeting about a year ago and that it had come up again after the decision of the library board against participation last month. Hc said that the chamber di- Most Simpson Work To Close For Holidays Most Simpson Timber Company plants and woods in the Shelton Working Circle will shut down for vacations during the holiday season. Here is an operation by opera- tion report: Logging employees at Camp Grisdale and Camp Garry and the Railroad will be off from Dec. 21 through Jan. 5, with re- sumption of operations dependent on weather. McCIeary Plywood and Door Plants will close Dec. 25 througl Jazz. 5. ShclLon Insulating Board Plant will close at 8 a.m. Dee. 22 antl resmne operations at 8 a.m. Jan. 6. Shelton Sawmills One and Two will close Dec. 21 through Dec. 30, and thcu will be off New Year's Day. Olympic, Plywood, Shclton, will be down De(;. 25 through Jan. 5. Shclton Sawmill Three, Capital Plywood, Olympia and Sholton Central Shops will continue to op- erate tlroughout the holiday per- iod, with the exception of Christ- mas and New Year's Days. In the plants, the simtdowns' are for the third wcck of vaca- tion for" eligible employees. There will be some shipping and main- will bc some shipping and main- thus providing employment for sonic employees who are not elt- gible for the third week of vaca- tion. Kiwanians Seat Bob Tanner As President Next year's officers were seated by Shelto Kiwanis Club during ceremonie at. the weekly hmch- con Tuesday in Memorial Hall. Bob Tanner succeeded Oliver Ashford as president, Kurt Mann becante vice president and Target Lee was returned to his responsi- bilities as secretary-treasurer. The board of directors consists of Ivan Myers, Eldon Kahny, Cash Bridger, Morrie Grunkemeier, Jud Holloway, Purl Jemison, and Bob Watson. The club was entertained with Christmas songs sung by the high school vocal group, the Nonettes, directed by Pat tlavmls. sary to get a workable program since the original arterial system had included all streets which were to have the right-of-way. Jury Begins Hearing Case The last case to go before the jury before Christmas in the Ma- son County Superior Court jury session started Wednesday morn- ing. IL is the case of Flossie Wheeldon against David J. Vood and D. R. Wood, for injuries in an automobile accident. The case of Lumberman's Met- Santa's Slale Revised For His Final Visit Santa Claus makes his final visit to Shelton tiffs Christmas season under a revised schedule this Friday and Saturday. He will appear in his quarters in'the old Journal premises in the Angle buildh}g from 6:00 to 7:00 o'clock Friday night instead of 7 to 8 as heretofore. HisSatur- day schedule will remain the same as before, from 2 to 4 p.m. cantile against Thomas F. Hargis Jr. and the Cascade-Olympic Con- strueion Co., which was to have been heard Mondav and Tuesday was postponed because of the ill- ness of one of the attorneys. The jury session will resume Jan. 2 with criminal cases sched- uled for the month of January. l NO (RTY GOMMISSiON MEETING NEXT WEEK The Shelton City Commission will have no meeting next week and has moved its meeting the -following week one day ahead be- cause of tim holidays. Thc commissioners decided not to have :,. meeting next week, as the meeting date falls the day before Christmas. The following week the meet- ing will be at 8 p.m. Dec. 30, Mon- day. The regular night meeting the last Tuesday of the month was moved to Monday night as Tues- ..:lay n}ght falls on New Year's Eve. Schools will be disntissed for two weeks Christmas vacation on Friday. Classes will resmue Jan. 6. All city, county, state and fed- eral government offices will close next Wednesday for Christmas and most businesses will be closed. *l"ie Post Office will observe its holiday mail schedule with no rural oz" city delivei-y, but, with mail arriving at and leaving the Post Office and being distributed to Post Office boxes. EAJCLY JOURNkL DEADLINE The Journal will go to press early next week and will be print- ed ou Monday. Iural correspondents eolunms and other news items should be in to the Jommal on Friday if they are to be published next week. Advertising deadline will !lP meeting. Cleave was presented with !lliantlcd clock for his hobby tloI lac ne commcn ," "t and a p q " - iIlinl for his -ears of service  Shelton Pol'ice Department. Cleave came. to Shelton l, lOwa ill 1929 and operated .ge until he joined the police i lh 1942, serving until his re- at in November. PRESENTATION to Van Was made by locky Hem- The Shelton City Commission approved  revised six-year street program and a revised arterial street system when it met Tues- day. The revisions were made . to comply with a state regulation that the arterial program must'[ be reviewed every two years. I City Engineer Pat Byrne told I the eommissi0} that for the first] time, the six-year street program t included work to be ,done on I streets which are not arterials. The arterial system was revised, I County Stuclies I Building Permit ChangeRequest Tile Mason County Commission Monday delayed actlon one week on olie building permit and wrote the final chapter in another. On a motion by Commissioner Jolm Bariekman, the commission voted to hold up approval of a change in the location of a build- ing permit for Freu Thibodeau for a drive-in theater. The original building permit was approved in Augalst for a site near the Shelton Airport, but. the deal for the property did not ma- terialize so the location was 'changed to near Lynch Road off Highway 101 south of Shelton. Thibodeau asked the, assessor for a change in location of the thea- ter. BARIEKMAN SAID he wanted to check with residents in the neighborhood of the new location to see if they had any objections before approving the new permit. The commission closed out the application for a building permit from "W. A. Nora-is. which denied by the commission and later was supported by the Superior Court. The commission voted to refund Norris' $1 building permit fee which he paid at the time. of the applieation. TlVe, eomniissidn set 11 tan; Jab. 13 for a hearing on vacation Of some tlnoDeld treets in Union. Thev a iPlfi)ved tile vacation of a. portion of unused county road in the Allyn area which had been requested by F. E. Hewson. Budget transfers for the Juv- enile Probation officer and Asses- sor were approved. Contracts for gasoline to the Tidewater Oil Co., to the Gott Oil Co. for diesel fuel and to Metz's Tirecap for tire smwice for the county during 1964 were ap- proved by the eommissmn. Bids had been opened last week and turned over to the county engin- eer for study. He recommended the contract awards which were made. The commission appointed Sheriff D. S. (Sam) Clark and Cal Hopper. Shelton General Hos- pital administrator, to the Civil Defense Coordinating Committee on the recommendation of Harry Cole, civil defense director. he said, to make it more work- able. The previous arterial system had included in it all streets Iwhich were to have tile right-of- lway, and that it did not follow the purpose of an arterial street system. In the new system, he said, it is possible for almost anyone in the city to get to an m'terial street within three blocks of their home. The purpose of an arterial, he said. is to collect traffic from au area and allow IT, to move smooth- ly. SOME OF TIlE streets which are esignated arterials, Byrne said, are not even onened now, but, are so designated because when the areas through whicl they run are opened up, they will fit into the overall program. Streets in the new arterial sys- tem are the Olympic Highway from city limits to city limits; K Street from the Olympic Highway Lo the East City Limits; E. Street from N. 13th Street to the ceme- teries; B Street and N. lath Streets from the Olympic IIigh- way to E. Street: San Joaqmn StTeet from First Sreet to Ot- ter Street; Otter Street fi'om Ban Joaquin to Chestnut Streets; Pine Street from First Street to the East City limits; Fairmont Ave, from tile Olym- pic Highway to the East City lim- its; Front Street from Kneeland Street to Pine Street; Seventh St. from Laurel to Ravenna Street; Ravenna Street from Seventh to 10th Streets (alternate, Highland Drive from Seventh to 10the;. Tenth Street from Thomas o Arcadia (yet to be extended to 10th}; Pioneer Vtay from Harvard to Arcadia: Euetid and Delewacc Streets from 10t?f Street to Pim- eer Way; Arcadia. Street from 10th Street to the Olympic High- way; Lske Blvd. from the city limits to Pioneer Way; Turner Street from the Olympic Highway to 16th Street: l;ailroad Avellue from Front Street to the west city limits and North Cliff road from Alder to the north city lim- its. VOIIK PLANNED nnder the eix-year street program includes for 1964. feasibility studies on San Joaquin Street from First to Otter Streets and Otter Street from San Joaquin to Chestnut Streets. Neither of these streets are now in existanee, and the studfes will be to determine if this would be a better route up to Capitol Hill to eliminate stone of .the sharp curve in the present road, Byrne said. Also plammcl for 1964 program is blaektoppng of K Street from the Olym- pic Highway to the East city lim- its. Proposed expenditures would be $11.450 for the three projects. Proposed work for 1965 includes widening. Pioneer Way to 34 feet and the installation of an as- phalt gutter on the street at the cost of $36,110. Also planned as a special project in 1965 i the improvement of Birch Street from First to Third Streets. Byrne said this was included because it. is a street heavily used by school bus- se. In the program for 1966 is the improvement: of Seventh Street (Continued on page 3) Christmas Fund *0000 Short Of Goal, Five Days To Go DUES DONATEDWith hearts as big as all out- ten cents a week, so the contribution from the 29 doors, members of Girl Scout Troop 320 hiked members amounted to $2.90. After making the all the way from Hillcrest to the Journal office contribution the girls enjoyed a trip through the last week to contribute their dues for that week to Journal plant and watched last week's edition being the 40 & 8-Journal Christmas fund. Each girl pas printed. Mrs. Ray Cook is troop leader. Here we are dmm to the final CO:he on, folks' Unzip those Mr. & Mi's Jay Umplienour $&00 few days before Christmas witli wallets, open up those checkbooks ir & Mrs" Joim Elia.m $5 (10 approximately o,ne-third of the goal yet to be reached in the 40 & 8-Journal Christmas fund. As of press-tinte yesterday, contributions had totaled $541.67 of the $750 goal sought to pro- vide some 75 Mason County faro- flies with Christntas baskets at food mtd toys. The baskets will be delivcrea next Tuesday after 40 & 8 men and 8 & 40 ladies spend all day Monday and Monday evening as* sembling them in the PUD 3 aud- itorium. 1 That means the more than $200 be Saturday noon. i still lackin to meet the $750 goaa be o en t The Journal Office will P nmst be made up h the next five ear's" " " " project is to clocd Tuesday. ImccL cxpcll ,e and toss in a few bucks to help this worthy cause. Send your contributions to ile Journal /'or acknowledgement. During the past week $174.67 was :added to the fund, as listed Mr. & Mrs. Alva Bennett $10.00 Tom "Webb ............................ $5,00 Stella Hillier . ....................... $5:00 George & Gertrude Stunner $3,77 Mr. & Mrs. A. E. ntke .i.: $5.00 Mrs. Charles R. Lewis ........ $10:00 here" Olsen Furnitm, e ................... $1:0 O0 "-" ........ 9(') Mr & Mrs H O Pulm $1500 ,JlrlS '*iCOtlL TZ'oop 3ZU . UL ' ; ' ". " ........ : s" "" Z ..... " ....... :'_S.... Amemcan Legzon Aux $20 (i IXtlSSell nlzLn ialnlly ......... ,.LU,UU ...... hs "" -- ; "..'7" .,.','... r'. r. xx..o /. r', iV.tl,, z iV 'S, lVl. A, lOCUler ;IUU "  Total for eek ............ $14.7 .Li!fldeer . ......... : ............ - $:[0-001 Previously listed ........ $367.00 nelcon Yacnt Cluo ............ $5.00 [ GRAND "TOTAL $541 67 Sus!e Pau.ley .:=....; .................. $5,00 1 In last week's listi;ga,$i0 (')lt- Snewn Auto farts $20 00/hlbutmn b Ml an ' .......... ' ' "" ' 5! '. d Ivlrs. Ralph Mrs. Mary Sykes ................ $5-001Crabill of Ralph's Serve-U groe- Ivlr. and Mrs. Geo: Cropper .. $5.001 ery and a $5,00 donation by Mr, St. Ann's Guild of , land Mrs: Herb Nelson was unin- St. Edwards Church, ...... $5.00tentionally missed although the Mrs. Dorothy Jessup ......... i. $5.00] $15 was {ncluded in the total am. Me. & Mrs, flurry Jolmao a $5.00/otmt rcpozlcd.  .