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PACE 2 SItELTON--MASON COUNTY JOURNAL  Published in "Chrisimastown, U.S.A.", Shelkon. Washina'Lon Imlmllm@umm@@@mm@mssmmt m mmsl@llmmsmmmwswmmlm mmmwmsm m . mmmumimm. | From The ! Records ' ; during November totaled $32.- social security accoun' ? m , a post caFd Tel'hi ', 960.05. Of /his. $29.176.02 were z'e- this purpose. Ask your ................................................................  tail snle.q and $3.734.03 class H curity district office for COUNTY BUILDING PERMITS B1CLFAII{ ,IU,TI(E (?OUIIT sales, copy. Building permits approved by James H. Leophard. Everett. the Mason County Commission idFiving under influence of alcoho- Monday were Hugh R. Boyle, ) lie beverages, expired driver li- sumnter t'esidence. $4.000: Theresa I cerise, driving ver center line. -,a'a:n lhis week Brown, wood residence. $6.000. [ Booked into Mason County jail nn- (.let" $207 bail. Cited lo appear foF FERRY RECEIPTS ]LFiM Dec. 11 Failed to appear and by Popular Demand Receipts from the HaFstine jumped bail bon(t. \\;Varrent out Island Ferry were 172.50 for the for his ttFrest. Thomas James. L/l- week ending Dec. 14. the Mason liwaup cited by State Deparlmen,: L U T E F I S K Crusty Engineer's office reported, of Fisheries for logging and dr/v- POLICE COURT ink in Eagle creel{ without per- ]]tit. Sehednled to appear Dec. 10. On the docket in Shelt,m Police sent man to repFesent him Hear- DINNER Court betore Judge Rolla Halbert InK postponed to Jan. 7 undeF MOnday nigh/ were Clu'ist C. $100 bail. David B. Paulus. BFe- Lurid. negligent dFiving, driving mcrlon, cited by Stale Department while intoxicated. $510 fine ano of Game. Transporting loaded rifle $2.50 costs, $100 suspended, five in meloF vehicle. Pleaded nol mill- [[iday Night, De0ember lO days in jail suspended: FFank Hill ty. Found o'uiltv. Fined $]8.25. drunkenes. $10 forfeit : Francis ,James A. Chadwi(;k Montesano. Beatty, drunk aztd disordeFly, $100 cited by Slate Department of fine, 30 days in jail: Charles Fisheries. ChaFged with shooting and killing salmon. Fined $100. " '"'rami,v Dinner Pulsifer. drunk and disorderly, $'t7.50 fine and $2.50 costs: Guy suspended $75.75.31anleyOne 22 cal. p/s- p.m. ---" ,__ per w-"lal CITY BUILDING PERMITS Gig Harbor. cited by Slnte De- partment of Game. Fishing for" One building permit, to Don game fish without valid DeFnlit SHELTON HOTEL Morrison. residence, $11,000. was t puneh card,. Forfeit $13.25 bail. approved by Lhe city of Shelton Ronald G. IKammock. Bremerton, last week. cited by State Dep'rtment of SHERIFF'S OFFICE ARRESTS Game. Transporting loaded Fifle Edwin L. Gosser, reckless dr/v- in motor vehicle. Forfeit $25 bail. ing; Russell Deyette, delinquency; , L,,, ........... Kenneth M. Brownfield. non-sup-  II't$&'IIIIEL`kKIX[I port, held for Grays Harbor Coun- ---  ty. .::i." fl A !}: ..::: ,?i+:+Y '. + +++ + :+ St/Ill Wide So/octnon SHERIFF'S OFFICE The JayGee Hall at the Shelton Airport was broken into. Gerry Johnson reported a row boat missing. Mrs. Hennington, Union. report- ed someone threw a glass jar through a window in Let' station wagon. SHELTON POLICE Thursday, Decembe}: 19, 19 LIQUOR SALES Did you know you can c 1 Sales at the Shelton StOFe of the official record of wages Warrant Issued For 1Glenn Oorrea Is Check Writer Given Oerlificale A warrant charging petit lar- Glenn E. Corrca Shelton At- ceny was signed in Mason Coun- ty Superior Court Friday against torney, was presented , certifi- Harold E. White. care of appreciation for his 15 He is charged with writing no- account checks totaling $65 to Chri=' Ice Cream Store and Mac's T:.vern. Authorities have been unable to locate White+ The charges were filed by Pro- securing Attorney Byron McClan- ahan and the warrant was signed by Judge Charles Wright. Perfection is attained by slow degrees; it requires the hand of time. Voltaire OBITUARIES years of service as a Govern- G n i_ra,.ev.ew Man merit Appeals Officer for the Se-  -..___...,_Nweqmhu Here lective Service. The certificate, dated Oct. 1. was signed by the late President John F. Kennedy, along viLh na- tional and state selective service officials. Acconlpanying the certificate was a letter from Chester J. Chastek, state directoF of selec- tive service, co:nmending Correa for his services. QUALIFY USED CABS '62 PLYMOUTH Belv. "V-8" Wagon =2195 Radio, heater, automatic, power steering and brakes. "60 CHRYSLER New Yorker 4 Dr ..... $11:(::,1 Radio, heater, automatic, power steering, brakes, seat '59 CHEVROLET Parkwood Wagon $1345 Radio, heater, automatic, power steering and brakes '59 .ILLMAN Minx Convertible ........ =495 i Radio, heater, 4-speed trans. '57 MERCURY Colony Park Wagon .... $595 Radio, heater, automatic, power steering, re-built engine. HI-VAUE USED TRUCKS '61 IH SCOUT 80 with Long Top ........ S 199'5 Radio, heater, hubs, 4-wheel drive '60 GMC SUBURBAN CARRYALL $1745 V-6 Engine, radio, heater, 9-pass,, clean -- '60 IH B-112 5 TON PANEL .......... $1495 Heater, 3-speed, powr.-Iok axle '55 WILLYS JEEP 4 Wheel Drive ........ $tI,. Factory metal top, heater '55 DODGE  Ton Pickup .................... $695 Radio, heater, 3-speed. '55 DODGE "6" 1 Ton .................... $1095 4-speed, van body TRUCKERS SPECNAL Funeral servmes for Stephen HeFbert Hipkin" Grapeview. weFe held beo4im]ing at 11 a.m. \\;Ved- n0s.ay 3t the I]',.;tone Ftmeral Home with P',LI'.OF Eldon BakeF officiating. ]ne:roent was in Shel- ton Mo)no;+ial )':+l'!:. Ih' Wed in a 'oral hosl)ita! laqt Fl.itL, ly. Mr, Hit)kins had lived in Masm County the past 30 vests. He was born in Tacoma July 10, 188I. )?;is fatt',m' h'mesteaded in 1867 a-o,'nfl the La!w Steilacoom area and onm'ated LYe firs[ motor dri- '57 IH S-160 Cab & Chassis 5-sled., 2-speed, 8:25 rubber, new engine, equipped for tractor. Will sell without tractor Equipment. Several More Units In Stock Easy Terms -- No Payments Till Feb., '64. KIHBEL MOTORS IH. wm s lag ) between Taconla and DuPcnt. The son worked as a ear- penter in construction as a young man an+t helpeJ bnild the llth Street hridge, the Sperry Flour Mills and Bryant school. He has been semi-retiFed since moving here in 1933. Survivors include three sons. Fred. Cleveland. Ohio; John. Ta- coma and Mark of Puyalhtp; four danehters. Mrs. Earl Walter. Ta- coma; Mrs. Dave Carpenter. Pu- yallup, Mrs. Gerald Feltz. Port Angeles, and Mrs. Harry PeLerson. Kansas City; one sister. Mrs. Ka- lherine Ames. Napa, Calif.; five step-children; 10 grandchildren / and 21 great grandchildren Frank Patchett Dies In Aberdeen Ben Francis (Frank) Patchett, 59, traffic manager for Rayonier Incorporated, died unexpectedly last Saturday morning at his home in Aberdeen. Mr. Patchett was born in ]E1- lensburg. He had been with Ray- onier for 32 years working at the Port Angeles, Seattle and Shelton offices before moving to the Har- bor five years ago. He was a graduate of the Un- iversity of Washington and a member of Phi Kappa Alpha Fra- ternity. Mr. Patchett was a mem- ber ,of. the Olympia Golf and Country Club. the Aberdeen Elks Lodge and the Town and Coun- try Club of Seattle. Private services were conducted under the arrangements of White- side's in Aberdeen. Surviving are his widow. Fan- niP. at the home; and a son. John Patchett. New Orleans. $outhside School. Gels Federal Funds 707 S. First St. 426-3433 !federal activity. t t MOM|| PAYROLLS iOVIRNM1EHT CH]gISTMASTOWN USA A brighter than ever Christmas[own, USA greets visitors to downtown Shelton this year due to combined commJnity effort spea- headed by the Shelton-Mason County Cham- ber of Commerce. From the tall living Christmas tree on the Post Ofioe lawn to the individually decorat- ed trees in front of each business house. Shel- ton is alive with lights and presents an im- pressive panorama. Aiding the chamber with the work were the Jaycees, Rotary and PUO. We salute these groups for this worth- while project. The Southside School District was alloted $1.019 by the federal government under Public Law 84, Rep. Julia Butler Hansen said th- week. The federal flmds under ths' law are alloted to areas whose RELY ON SIMPSON TIMBER OOMPANY Shelton - MCleary - Olympia Founded in Shelton in 1890 Douglas Fit and Western tlemlock Lumber. Acoustical, Insulating and Hardboard products, Plywood and :Door, "Shorty" O'Dell Dies At Home: Funeral Today Funeral services for Lyle ,Shor- ty) O'Dell of Rt. 2 Box 640, will be held at 2 p.m. today at the Batst(me Funeral Home with In- terment in Veterans Cemetery. R+v ![OFaCe Mounts will officiate. l{r. O'Dell died at his home Smtdav. He yeas born in Boyn City, Mich., Dee. 31, 1895 and had :ived the past 36 years in Mason County. He served in the US. Navy dnring World War I attd was a member of Mason County VFW Post 1694 and the Agate Grange. He was a therapist and chiropractor. Dm'ing his years as a young man he did a lot of wrest- ling. At one time he wrestled for the lightweight championship of the world, breaking an ankle dm ins the first fall. Surviving are is wife, MaFjorie O'Dell, Shelton; one daughter, Mrs. Jean Stephen, Shelton: two grandchildren "and three great- grandchildren; two sisters. Mrs. Edna GilchFist. Grand Junction, Colo.. and Mrs. Byda Clary, Bur- ling[on: and one brother, Gaff, Seattle. Former Shelton Teacher Mrs. Nellie Pugh Dies Mrs. Nellie A. Pugh, 97, a long- time Shelton school teacher, died Saturday in a Seattle nursing home where she had lived the past few years. Death came three days before er 98Lh birthday. Funeral services were held in the Magnolia Congregational church, 'Seattle. The service was a private memorial service fol- lowing cremation arranged by the BlieLz Funeral Home. Mrs. Push taught in the Shel- ton School system from 1923 un- til her retirement in 1942. Since that time. she lived with her son. Melville F. Pugh, Seattle, until en- tering the nursing home. She was born in Ripen, Wise.. and moved to Alexandria. Neb., as a girl. She attended the Baptist Academy and a teacher's college. In 1885, she married a fellow tea- cher, Merwin Pugh, In 1888, they came to Waitsburg where she and her husband taught school, later also teaching in Walls Walls. In 1895, they moved to Portland, After the death of her husband in 1912. she returned to teaching, coming to Shelton in 1923. She was active in the Seattle Brown/n, Club before entering the nursih" home and was a ntem- ber,(ff Coranthtan Chapter, OFder ofasteFri Star. PGrtland, and the Sa.t;l ' Retired Teacher's Assoc. In "vValla Walls. she was a foun- school enrollment is affected by der of the Walla Walls Wonten's Reading Club and in Portland was active in the Portland Women's Club and the Tuesday afternoon Club. - _ She is '.'urvived by her son. Mel- ville. Seattle. two grandchildren. [l'S. Harold J. Burton, Cohlmbus, Ind.. and Melville Push Jr., Se- attle, and five great gFandchild- Felt. Annie Schneider Called By Death Annie K. W. Schneider died at a local hospital Sunday at the age of 69. She was born in Seat- tle November 26, 1894'. Mrs. Schneider made her home in Ma- son County the past 18 years. She resided at Route 2 Box 523. The funeral service was held at Washington Memorial Park in SeattIe. Surviving are three sons, Gee.. Paul and William, all of Seattle; two brothers, Fred Klinger, San Francisco, and GeorTe Klinger, New York: two sisters, Mrs. Grace Myley and Mrs. Marie Chin ders, both of Seattle: one step- daughter, Mrs. June Ablitt, Calif- ornia; eight grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. Dorothy Gatchet Taken By Death Funeral services for Dorothy Ann GatcleL. 36, of Bainbridge Island were held last Friday at the Rolling Bay First Presbyter- ian church. She was born July 22, 1927 in Wenatchee. The Gatchet family lived in Shelton from 1953-58 when Ir. Gatchet was employed as an en- gineer by the Rayonier Olympic Research Division. They were members of St. David's Episcopal church and made their home in the Walker Park area. In addition to her husband, George, survivors include a daugh- ter, Rebecca, and wo sons, Dan- iel and ,Tames. at the family home; parents, Walter Young of Canada and Mrs. Walter Young of Pasa- dena. Calif.: and a brother, John W. Young, USAF, Paris, France, Leo Flick Rites Held On Monday The funeral service for Leo M. Flick was held at 1 p.m. Monday at the BaLstone Funeral Home. Rev. Carl. Carlsen officiated. In- terment was in Veterans Ceme- tery, Shelton. Mr. Flick passed away at a lo- cal hospital DeCember 12, just 3 days after his 651h birthday. He was born in Spangler, Pennsyl- vania, December 9, 1898. He made his home at ].305 Railroad avenue. He was a member of the Veterans of Foreign Wars and had been employed by the Simpson Timber Co. the past /,8 years, He is survived by his wife, Cla- rice Flick, Shelton. Mrs. Rowkowsie. reported a bi- cycle stolen but. later recovered. William McKimson reporLe.d a battery and gasoline taken from his vehicle. Mrs. Busack reported a bicycle. stolen. Larry Rodgers reported some- one entered his home and cleaned out the refrigerator, took some other items and moved fm'niture around. E. A. Shafer reported a Cml stolen from his car whiIe it was parked on Cote Street. Cars driven by Roy E. Petty and Christopher Sutherland collided at Highway 101 and Arcadia Street. Petty had stopped to make a left hand turn and his vehicle was hit from the rear by one dFiven by Sutherland Bill Tratnick reported his car ransacked and clothing and a seat blanket stolen. Mel McCown reported a three- day old bull calf stolen from the trunk of his car while iL was park- ed on Cota Street. D. D. McCormick reported that the Salvation Army Christmas stand was stolen. It was. he said, about six feel high and had a sign on which the lettering read "Sal- vation Army", "Share With Oth- From Which To 0hoose THERE'S A TOY TG BRIHG JOY TO EVERY LITTLE HEART inEells & Valley T0yiand. $|5 Worth Of Toys FREE with the purchase of ny RCA-Victor, He[point ers". ,+ or Baylag Na]0r Appliance At Harold Sutherland reported six  flannel shirts taken from in front of theMandSFoodStore, i E Ii & Valley Appli Ce A car driven by Mrs. Alice Bey- era )re and logging truck driven by S ance nte Where You Get The BestDeal, By George i Second and C0ta Street Phone 426-4663 Wayne Swearingen collided at Seventh Street and Raih'oad Ave- nue. Swearingen was on Railroad Avenue and Mrs. Meyer on Seven- th Street. Mrs. Beyer was treated at the hospital for bruise and hock. How To Dad Out Of The Kitchen F $,275 per O week R ) Buy Him A HOTPOINT Aulomalic DISHWASHER This Christmas It's surprising,how many men help their wives with the dishes after dinner, spending hard-earned time they could better use relaxing from the day's stren- uous duties of erning a living. A HOT- POINT DISHWASHER would give that time back to him and make a wonderful Christmas present for both he and Morn. Several models to choose from at Eeils & Valley Appliance Center 2nd at Cota  Where You Get The Best Deal, By (eorge Phone 426A66