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PAGE 6 SI-IELTON--MASON COUNTY JOURNAE- Published in "Ohristmastown, U.S.A.", Shelton, Washington Thursday, , ...-- i i N! F Bb J" One o[: tile great cat&apos;s ot automotive history was the Cord. huilL by Gordon Buerig in I936 and 1937. This fast and low-huJlg beauty was a man's man's cat'. It was so far ahead of its time that rockbound con- servatives sneered at the inno- vations embodied in it. For ex- ample, it had an electric pre- selector shift front-wheel drive. no running boards, and the headlights--and the top, too. in the case of the convertibles-- were the retractable, clisappear- ing type. The rather surpris- ing thing is that this marvel of autolnobile design and man- ufacturing, with 170 horses un- der the sleek hood which easily made it capable of speeds in excess of 100 mph, was the child of the depression years, when few could afford to buy. QUALITY SERVICE at a FAIR PRICE . . . For all yonr TIRE NEEDS , -- PASSENGER, TRUCK or T'RACTOR... NEW or USED tires available at MERV'S TIRECAP . . . 1st & COTA . . . 426-8104. Copr. 1960 Std. Features of IVn. ,,t J u ...... _L__ CHRISTMAS GREETINGS DRAWN BY YOUNG ARTISTS STEVEN STOCK',V ELL I(IM VHITEAKER ROCKY IIO!4:ARD SHARON CAU LFIELI) MICIIA EL VOBTII Y Nil ARON EYEII,N DEANNE ,YKORA ICKI KIMBEI, VICKI I,; ST |,,B.N Q[:IST DIANA Jill i. E'rT M laflt I,; 1,1, I,: LEE I+'A TT1 STARKEY VIC Illl WNER JI'i,IE ZI E(iLEII JO[IN MORROW BILL FULLEI IPdC KY 1. It l' I'ilt E l{ SUSAN COOK MARY .TEYVAItT SllARON 3t[Tll JI:DY vVl NDALL JOE CAREY JOE IAISACCO JOEL IIURNETT HAROI,D RISKE K I,;L I,Y IIUIAACNTY TIM ANS'I'EY DANIE MAYNARD JIM CLARK LOIS 'r llCIIIII lIE JIM ,PILSETli JOIlN BAKER RANDY CliARRIEll JUDY NANI)IIVAL KATIIY McLEAN I'ATSY MILTENItERGEI JOYCE Flail ER. llEVERI,Y BROVN JACK STENTZ REGGIE KELLEY And DALLAS from Mt. View, VALEItIE from Evergreen, alld several others who fllro| 1o pill tllcir lllllnes on their cards. JAN VALLEY KAREN IVOKOJANC E PAULINE TIIOMASON (:t[ l';lt]i E CRONQUIST IIAVE NUT':[ SCOTT LARNI)N LENNIE ,IIOIIRIS JOAN GOOI)W IN TOM JOIINSON DEBBIE II Ai'; TIM I#REDNON MIKE NUTT G EN I,WI E V I,, (;AS EY Si:Sl E III,OOMI'IELD NATE TItOM AS B I(',IiY JOIINNON NANCY I+It'E RS SUSAN EDON JULIE B I']M SBERG LAURI II UI{1) I(RISTIE LOOK i)OUG EI)SON LANNY OLSEN VICKI LA CHANCE I)EBnY SEI,JESTAD CIIU('K PARKEI STEVE SELBY SUSAN KINNAN RANIIY I, EW19 BILLY BARRON MARY ANN IlO08IER JIM CDNNOLLY DAVE KNAUF BItAD BANNEI PETE KNEELAND RICKY JO ll'ON 3lIKE JOHNSON LONNY GlSii MIKE LITTLE JAMIE ]IICKSON BRENDA GLASER RONNIE STARR I'EGGY SCIlNEIDER TRACY ARMSTRONG NANCY DAYTON MICtlAEL CONNOLLY BONNIE JEAN STACY MELISSA RERGESON I{ATIIY }IANNA TERB! BOSTROM IIOLLY MANKE CllE RI FULLEI JEFF CONKLIN LAURA FISIIEI BETll MONGER CAM DAiIERTY 1)ONl A GOODWIN MIKE SIIEETZ PEGGY SMITII SUSAN ATWOOD MIKE CARL DANNY SDEPPARD LESLIE VANDER WEGEN DOUG SOULIERE TERRY KNAUF MARILOU SMITH PEGGY RAE STEVENS JENNY EAGLE LINDA KASZYCKI MIKE LARSON MIKE DAC JO ANN MANEY KEVIN DORCY BANDY CiIURCHILL JENNY IIOLM MARY SCHMIDT MAXINE SCItMIDT DAVID FARCY TOMMIE PARKEI BARBARA RONER Greeting drawn by Debra Hoosier Age 9 Bordeaux School Graveside Rite Held Here For Beth Baumgardner Funeral services for a former long-time Shelton resident. Beth Baumgardner, were held Dec. 17. An 11 a.m, service in Lewis CLa- pel in Bremerton was followed by a graveside service and interment in Shelton Memorial Park. Mrs. Baumgaraner passed away in a Bremerton nursing home Dec. 11. She was born July 23, 1885 in i Chicago ana came to Shelton as I a child. She attended Shelton I schools and was married to a local I barber, William E. Baumgardner, who passed awey here in 1945. Mrs. Baumgardncr moved to Bremerton in 1948 and entered a nursing name there in 1960 fol- lowing a stroke. She was a mem- ber of the First Christian church in Bremerton. SurvG'ors include a son, William H. Baumgardner of Gorst; a daughter, Mrs. Harry O. Compton of Montevideo. Uruguay; 2 grand- children and several nieces and nephews. Amy Burnett Dies Following Illness Death called Amy Burnett. Island Lake Drive. December 21, following a long illness. Mrs. Bur- nett passed away in a local hos- pital. Si]e was born in Franklil% Montana. Noember 30. 1919 and came to Shelton in 1936. She was married here in 1942. Before her illness Mrs. Burnett was active in the Baptist church. The funeral was held Monday at the First Baptist church at 1 p.m. with Rev. Eugene Knautz officiating. Interment was in Shel- ton Memorial Park. Surviving are her husband. John A. Burnett. Shelton; three sons. Mark, 16, Jim, 13, and Joel, 11; one daughter, Mary, nine; her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Def- finbaugh, Shelton; four brothers, Bob, Byron and Dave Deffinbaugh, all' of Shelton, and Roy Deffin- baugh, Kirkland; one sister, Mrs. Margery Hunter, Olympia. ROGKY HEMBROFF AGENGY 6th Grade GREETING BY JOE BYRD Mt. View School JERRY STILLER, Printer SHELTON-MASON GOUNTY JOURNAL MARILYN MeNEI[L THERESA SMITII BRIAN WILSON JAMES CLEVELAND JIM DENSLEY NIKI NICIIOLS CURTIS CASEY ltANDY YIlITE ELMEB tlERREL JON FULLER KATIILEEN GILL R()GER LAVSON MARGARET NURRATT JIM EINARSNON BARBARA MANTELLER STEVE EVANI)EI SCOTT BUSACK MARY JEAN STANSELL JOHN LARSON BOIl TURNER JACKIE HITE DEBRA KAY JOHNSON BOBBIE JEAN LAMBERT :HAROLD MORROW I'ATTIE UTZINER MITCHELL ]UPE NITA SUE NICHOLD DAVE KAMIN DEBB1E BARIEKMAN BONNIE KELLY STEVE ROSE SANDRA STRANDIVGD DEAN TAYLOR TANYA MORGAN I{ATIILEEN DEMMON JIM JOHNSEN MIKE WILSON ROBEY mETTLE TED JACOBSEN FRED DAHMAN Funeral For Albrecht Infant A funeral service for Infant Dana Albrecht was held at 10 a.m. December 19 at the Bat- stone Funeral Home followed by interment in Washington Memor- ial Park in Seattle. Rev. Johnson of Seattle officiated. Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gale Albrecht, Shelton, the infant was born December 15 and died De- cember 17 at a local hospital. Other survivors include one brother, Grey, at the family home; two Msters, Mrs. Donna Roberts and Miss Jerie Albrecht, Shelton: grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Albrecht, Omaha. Nebraska, ana Mr. and Mrs. Harry Alexander, Seattle. Mercer Island Man Taken By Death Wilton Crutehfield, died at his Mercer Island home December 21. He-had lived in Seattle the past nine years since moving from Portland. He was'born in Yakima. June 11, 1913. Mr. Crutchfield served in the U.' S. Navy during orld War II. The funeral service will be held in Seattle at 11 a.m. December 24 at the Butterworth Funeral Home. Interment will be in the Shelton Memorial Park. Survivors include his wife, Mac McDonald Crutchfield, 1V[ e r c e r Island; one daughter, Miss Jody Crutchfield Mercer Island, three sons. Jary, at the family home, Rick, U. S. Air Force in Ten- nessee, attd James, Seattle: his parents, Mr, and Mrs. Elvin Crutchfield. San Francisco; one brother, James, Los Angeles. LegalcPuPlieTaotions B CIIANGE OF PLACE AND ,IURI'OSE OF USE OF 1VATER STATE OF WAStIINGTON. OFFICE OF THE STATE SUPERVISOR OF THE DIVISION OF WATER RE- SOURCES. Olympia. TAKE NOTICE: That Tuppcrs Re- sort of Shelton, Washington, has filed a petition for a permit to change tim place and purpose of use of the wa- ters of all unnamed stream in the amount of 0.02 cubic feet per second as granted in water right Certificate No. 5596; That said waters have been used for the purpose of domestic sup- ply for resort on the following de- scribed lands: Bcginning at the corner to Tractional Sections 8 and 9. T. 20 N., R. 5 W.W.M., on the south shore of Lake Nahwatzel and tunnies thenec, south on the line between Sections 8 and b, 117.74 feet; thence southwesterly by a curve to tim left having a radius of 1265 feet and bearilg at this point south 2050'174 '' east a dis- tance on said eurvc of 39.6 feel; thence north 4028 ' wes! 115 feet, nlore or less to thc South shore of Lake Nahwatzel; thence followin same northeasterly to the place of beginning, situated in Lot 1, Sec- tion 8, T. 20 N., R. 5 W.W.M., (rose known as Assessor's Tract No. 4). ALSO a part of Section 9, T. 2( N;, R. 5 W.W.M., more particularly described as follows: Beginning at the fraetional corner of Sections 8 and 9, T. 20 N., R. 5 W.W.M., and rulnling thence, south along tile sec- tion line 679.95 feet; thence cast at right angles to said section line. 587.31 feet; thence north parallel to said section line,. 878.37 feet, more or tessj to Governnlent nleander ]ine; thence westerly along said Govern- ment meander line to the point of beginning. There is excepted from said conveyance a rigid( of way or county road purlmses 60 feint in width runn ng northeasterly t lrough said tract. Also exeel)ting "therefroln that portion of lhe east 75 feet ,)1" tile west 587.31 f(,el: of Government Lot2 Sec. 9 T 20 N.. R. 5 W.WM.. lying' north'of the present county road rtght of way. (also known" as Assessor's Tract No. 3 of Tract No. ), all in Mason Count:(, Washington. That flmy wish to change lhe use of such watmts to fish l)rnpagation 1.o be used on the following descrlSed lands : , A tract of land in Governnmnt I,(,t 1, Section 8. and Government Lot 2, Seetion 9: all in T. 20 N.. R. 5 W. W.M.. particularly described as fol- lows : COMMENCING al the c.rner to fractional Se(ii.ns 8 and 9, T. 20 R. 5 W.W.M. on the soulll shor n[ Lake Naliwatzel: thence south 056 . 00" east. along the said section line. 474.95 feet. more or less. to an iron post on the northerlv right (f way line of the Shelton-Mathm.k County Roa(l; thence north 4358'11" east. ah)ng the norHmrly right of way line of said Connty Road. 120.09' f4et to the point of bcghming of the h'act of land hereby descr b'(l; thencc eollthllling along the Dartil- erly rigitt of woy line of said Coun- ty Road. norti] 4358'11 '' e-it 150'10 Cet and thence on a ellr\\;- to" i'te rigilt of 930 , 104.76 feet; timnce north 2509'04 '' west 290 feet. more or les.% to the nor(hotly line of sa|d Goverment Lot 2. Secti<m 9: lh(,nce southwesterly, aloug the northerly line of said Govern uent Lot 2. Sec- t:ion 9. and the northerly line nf Gov- ernnmnt Lot I, Sectiou 8. 264.65 fect. ]nort or ]ess. to a point whi( h [ ears north 27"52'31" west from the point of beginning: thence south 2752"31 '' east 420 feet, more or less. to the point of beginaing, all in Mason County, Washington. Any objections must be filed with lhe State Supervisor of the Divis|(m of "Water Resources within thirty (30) days from January 2, 1964. Witness my hand and official seal this 'lh ay of December. 1963. : WALKER, Supervisor JgiWmon of Water Resources 12/26 1/2 2t SANTA VISITS -- Santa visited Rogers School at the Shelton Airport last Friday for the annual Christmas party sponsored by the Eagles Lodge. The children at the shool presented a Christ- mas program, followed by Santa's appearance. The party for the children at the school is an annual project of the Eagles. This year, gifts were also provided by SAE. Posl Oftlce I Past Y00le Mall Peak The Shelton Post Office i. past the peak Christmas mailing vol- ume with business this year show- ins a slight increase from last year. Tlrough Frday night, there had been $10,670.35 worth of stamps sold since the first of the month, compared to $7.913.97 in 1962. Part of this increase is due to the increase in poatal rates dur- t ing the past year. During the month. 68.700 four cent stamps vcerc sold and 123.700 five-cent. Meter postage also was up slightly this year with $4,277.11 registered this year compared to $4,132.67 in 1962. Also showing a slight increase was the number of ca.nceilations. 203,025 this year compared to 189,957 last year. Dec. 16 was the biggest day at the post office this year, with vol- ume reaching its pcak on that date in all categories except stamp sales which hi, t the highest point Dec. 10. Dee. 16 saw the second highest stamp sale vohune. Postmaster Jack Gray said handling of the Christmas mail rush this year had gone smoothly. He credited part of tbis to the fact that the Post Office was able to employ experienced extra ]mlp. It helps greatly to have experienc- ed substitute help, Gray said. He said the Post Office this 'Christmas season has handled as much or more mail than m prcv- ious years, but, it: was lloving more smoothly and would cos less to handle. / 0000TSCommitte00 h Re-Elected The farmers of Mason County elected the following to serve as the Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation Committee of Mason County for the year 1964.. Donald W. Ragan, chairman; Ralph J. Brewer, wce chairman; James M. Hunter, regular member; 'Willard Wivell, first alternate and And- rew R. Stodden, second alternate. The above fivc were elected from a slate of nine nominee,s. The election was conducted by mail with votes being tabulated publicly Dec. 5 at Lhe Mason County Agricultural SVabilization and Consetwation office, 529 I#.ail- road Ave. Considerable interest was shown in the selection of the committee. The farmer committee system stands alone as a means of lland- ling government business. It is unique in the history of public affairs. The elected committees have responsibility tbr local ad- PORT DISTRICT ,Coniintled ]ronl page 1) John's Prairie, with the debt now down to $7,790. Promotion of this industrial park as a site for industry is planned for next year with $4,000 earmarked for the promotional ef- fort. Two sanall industries have land al the site now. Buck Armstrong and Don Knudsen have established a plant for preparing piling for creosoting. They are constructing a loading ramp and plan to ship from 10 to 20 cars of piling a month. A NEW INDUSTRY which is planning to locate on the site is Versapanel Inc. which has leased the old Smith Hardwood Mill site. The firm is owned by Allard R. Johnson. of Hoodsport and manu- factures cedar panels, fence posts, pickets attd other wood products. In addition to the other pro- per(y, the port district owns two waterfront sites which it is de- veloping as a public recreation area. At the Arcadia tract, a boat launching ramp was installed in 1962 at a cost of $5,085.60 and the parking lot was graded and level- ed at: a cost of $60'7.36. In addition to the property the port district owns. it has leased with option to purchase some ad- jacent lots omed by John and Herb Hanscom which provide ad- ditional area wbieh can be devel- oped into a picmc area and addi- tional parking in the future. "/'he Alder Creel( tract was pur- chased in 1962 and has, 1,696 feet of waterfront. The port hopes to do some clearing so a pmnic area will be available to the public. The Port District includes an area of 105 square miles with an assessed valuation of $11,840,958. The two mill tax levy gives the port district $23.682 in its 1904 Du(tget, PorL Commission m e m b e r s, along with Pauley are George Nicimls and Oliver Ashford. A1 Ferrier is manager. ces of the committees. Programs administered by the ASC county committees include the Agricultural Consezwation Program, acreage allotments, marketing quotas, commodity loans, the Feed Gram program, the Sugar Act program, the Na- tional Woo] program, farm stor- age facility loans, and others as assigned by the SecrctaT of Agri- culture. }bu'll agree.. begins with Former Sheltonian 1 DrieS In Alaska Merrill Woodworth Spinharney died December 21 in Kodiak, Alas- ka where she had made her home the past 17 years. Mrs. Spin- harney was born ecemoer 10, 19- 21. She was a 1940 graduate of Orville Spinharney, in Kodiak December 29, Mrs. Spinhatey daughter, Norene of sons, LcRoy, Kodiak, and Sitka; her parents. Mr. C. D. Woodworth, ters, Mrs. Roberta Mrs. Mildred Schnitzer, Funeral arrangements ing from Whiteside Shelton High school. Her husband, Montesano. WAITI WAITI WAIT! Penney's ,00GIANT WHITE GOODS stort$ THURSDAY JAHUARY 2nd Don't make a move till you see Penney's terrific valueS.= I I Before Penney's sells you , we go through endless eff0 make sure it is something th! give you your money's wort: applies all the year 'round,  Christmas time we even set a day for exchanges! Any will do . . . just-bring it Penney's makes good on everY chase, or your money back! PENNEY'S 'AFTER +,CHRISTMt CLEAH-UP STARTS THU Use Your Charge .Holiday Hospitality ministration of Federal programs, including expenditure of Federal funds, but are not Federal., office- "gg  g [J ----n //O --.= holders. Congress holds the De- partment of Agricultut c rcsponsi_  tFl: tgr2dt Wintahl sflP:: ble, and the Department in turn relies on the locally elected farm .... : ers and the county otfice empt0y- and eT-O fine rum, (non-alcoholic,el of course !), the first sip _. CA.RD.OF AI'PRECIATION ///A will convince you, I: In(" K ] onoss 'uld Sv ID 1P]lX (if nelghhors an(l lrlend, ill otlr recent  Darigold Makes It Better.+ sorrow will always relnain wtll tLq-; S a p.rec]ous n!cn!,ory. Our sincere thanks altas, graut,me tor all those, comlorting at'your door or favorite store Mrs. Lyle O'Dell Wa,.,.cn S00ephens Mr. attd Mt:s E D (Pc++' G01dsby and rdn,il) .... 12/26 ,% 129 Railro 1 Beckwith 00ewelrv I SALE THURS., FRI. & SA'TURDAY Shop Now For New Year's Party Accessories End-o[.t/m. Year E ,arance On This Season's Co//ectio00 !