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4 DeJarnatt seeks The Wahkiakum County Eagle.  July 23, 1964  re-election as representative Arlie DeJarnatt is a candi- date for re-election to the post of state representative for the 18th district which includes Cow]itz and Wahkiakum counties. The Longview Democrat will be seek- ing a third two-year term. He was first elected in 1960. Representative DeJarnatt ex- pressed his disire to continue his efforts to make state govern- meL, t a more progressive and effective partner in our federal system of govesnment. "Wasil- ington state will face many challenging problems in the next decade and we must utilize all of our resources, natural, technical, and human, if we are to meet these challenges ade- quately", the legislator said, During the 1963 legislative ses- sion DeJarnatt introduced a bill to create a "Hoover-type com- mission" to study and recom- mend measures to modernize the processes of the state legis- lature. He said he would conti- nue his efforts /or similar legis- lation if he is re-elected. Representative DeJarnatt is a history ant civics teacher at R. A. Long high school. He is also coach of the track and cross country teams. He has been em- ployed by the Longview school system since 1953. He is a mem- ber of the Longview and Nation- al Education Associations, Phi Delta Kappa, PTA, and the Kel- so Eagles. DeJarnatt was born in Indiana in 1923 and attended public schools in Belvedere, IH. He re- ceived an A. B. degree from Cornell college in 1948 where he was a three-year lettercaan in track, holder of the Men's Senate honor key, and president of the Delta Phi Rho fraternity. Fol- lowing graduation he was a teacher and athletic coach at Sterling high school in Colorado for five years. He earned a M..A. degree from Colorado State college in 1951 ant has done additional gradu- ate work at Portland State co)- lege. During World War II he served in the Marine Corps. He married Donna Stoffel of Denve, Colo., in 1946. They have five children: Judy 15, John 14: Steve 12, Susan 11_ anti Lisa 6. Mrs. DeJarnatt has been an active Democrat and has serv- ed as a Canp Fire leader. She is a member of the PTA, the League of Women Voters, and the Unitarian Fellowship board. SPORT SCENE By A1 Bussone The Babe Ruth team beat Rainier 14-1 Friday when Chuck Ward pitched a no hit game. The one run was made on a walk, stolen base and an error in the first inning. All total, this was one of the finest games played by the Babe Rtth team that I have seen in three years of working with them. Ed Bussone did the cat- ching for six innings and Greg Lloyd caught the last one. Mark Linquist was .the big hit- ter getting four hits and one walk with six trips to the pla.te. The Pee Wee team also played Rainier and lost 14-6. According to George Mylett, .the team was leading 6-2 going into the 5th when the younger boys were given a chance to play, resulting in the final score. The same two teams will meet again *here July 31 at 6:30p.m. Here's a fish story that Maurice Bjorge told me Mon- day. Sunday, he was up at the jetty fishing out of his boat and hooked a small jack or steel- head in close to the boat. Just as .the fish broke water near the boat, a seal came up close and down went the fish with the seal after it. When Maurice reeled in his line, all he had was lead and par, t of the leader. Sounds crazy, but true. The Pee Wee and Babe Ruth teams and their coaches wish to thank Crown Zellerbach for the dozen shiny new" base- balls donated. They came in pretty handy as neiZber team has much money to purchase balls with. Had hopes of having a game with Clatskanie here, Sunday, but so far I haven't heard from them. I1| II SHERIFF'S REPORT Clinton Ott Justice Court Mahlon Blaine, 3610 X St., Vancouver, Wn. Speeding. Post- ed and forfeited $12.00. Marlo D. Lund, 9610 NE 3rd Vancouver, Wn. Speeding and expired driver's license, Posted and forfeited $39.00. Luda M. Bekisle, 5005 NE 88th St., Vancouver, Wn. Negligent driving, failure to maintain control of vehicle. Fell asleep Posted and forfeited $29.00. Harold C. Huck, 4551 NE Fail- ing, Portland, Ore. Speeding. Posted and forfeited $17,00. Terry V. Larson, Rosburg. Wn. Over legal and log toll per- mit. Posted and forfeited $110. Lonnie R. Magnuson, "Grays River, Wn. Over load on license capacity. Posted and forfeited $32.00. IN and OUT of the Agent's Office By Dona I. Murphey Does anyone know the where- abouts of the tea towols we used oq oqatuo S "dtuea H-t v strayed. Things used only once a year are always hard to keep track of. The Couat4r 4-H camp is next week starting file 28th. Leaders and junior leaders have been busy with plans. Forester, Chuc Chalmers, and game protector Mike Shockman will be there to A Satisfied Customer is Our Best Salesman Our Aim Is To Satisfy You TRY USE Lolew lead the activities in Out of Door Life. Mrs. William Chal- mers, winner o the Women's club State dress revue, has volunteered to lead ,the sessions on poise and modeling for the girls. Handicrafts, swimming, trea- sure hunt and sports will also be on the program. Mrs. Sidney Parker and Mrs. Charles West are to be cooks. DON'T SiIAKE OR POKE THE MELONS You can judge a can.taloup by the way it smells and looks. Bu( don't rely on hoxv it feels and sounds. Feeling the blossom end of a melon to find out if it's ready to eal is not always a good test. If you're the first one .to do it, that's all right. But what if a few oher shoppers have made the touch-test .before you? The same thing is true about shaking a melon to see if the seeds are loose, another sign of. RENAUD ELECTRIC 735 Commerce Ph. 423-1420 Open All Day Saturday ripeness. The seeds may rattle':" I Rings checked and cleaned because  many,ple have Stop in and have your already giYen it a sake. The most reliable way to get FREE While Shopping a good cantaloup is by smell Look at the netting. It shoud be course, corky and well-de- fined, and flue color under the netting should be trning from green to yellow. Look at the . Lo.00ie.'s m Commerce stem end There be a / slightly sunkn, smooth, well- /W indepenFlent Jeweler  423.3850 calllonsed sear. Smell the melon. If it smells , good, it should taste the same. / POTLUCK DINNER There will be a ."St James Day" potluck dinner Friday at 6:30 p.m. It will be held at the St. James mission and is for members and guests. Log exports up during 1963 Congresswoman Julia Butler Hansen said recently that a re- port made to her by the U.S. Forest Service showed that 1963 log exports from the Pacific Northwest were more than twice those in 1962. "Log exports from the Pacific Northwest in 1963 were 709 mil- lion board feet. more than twice the 311 million,board feet ex- ported in 1962", Mrs. Hansen said. She said that 90 per cent of logs exported in 1963 were ship- ped directly to Japan and 7 per cent to Canada. She also said that log export to South Korea in 1963 totalled about 18 million board feet and accounted for nearly all of the remaining log exports from the Pacific Northwest. Mrs. Hansen noted that ports in Longview, Vancouver and Olympia shipped a considerable amount of logs in 1963. Olympia shipped 10.6 million board feet during the last six months of 1963; Vancouver- 17.9 million; and Longview, 53.1 million. WAHKIAKUM WEATHER Here are the week's high ad low temperatures and rainfall: as recorded in the SkamokaWa : Middle Valley by Bob Webb d the Soil Conservation Service: DATE RAINFALL TEMP. INCHES HI L0 July 15 .14 68 53 July 16 .0S 70 5:1 July 17 .08 70 July 18 .04 70 4,1 July 19 79 48 July 20 .41 71 54 July 21 .07 70 5# TOTAL .80 And still it rains. This isn't the wettest year we have ld because last year we had more rain in June and more in July up to this time. However, this has been the wettest spring and summer we have had for a long time if you look for periods without any rainfall. We had days without rain in FebruarY and six days in May. wise the DRY spells have bee shorter. Last >'ear we had 20 days without rain during the latter part of May. The record at Skamokawa shows a total ol 2.01 inches so far in July and: 61.76 inches so far this year. Wendt attends schoolmeet at Jackson Lake Mr. and Mrs. Julius Wcndt have recently returned from s trp through Wyoming and Men" tana where Mr. Wendt attended the National Federation of higb school aetivi.ties association Jackson Lake, Wyoming. wendl as a member of the Board Control, was a representative the State of Washington. All states p!us Canadian provinces were represented at this assera" bly where high school activity policies and administration are discussed and studied. The dole" gation was privileged to hear outstanding speakers in the field of athletics and other acW vities. Also in attendance was He / Rybus and family who will remembered by many people. He was high school cipal for five years at Wah Ida kum high school and later in the Longview school as assistant principal at R. Long and principal at Morris high school. Rybus now executive Washington State Association. Schwinn & Huffy  Sales - Service ;: Bikes  and Repairs Trikes & Wagons Complete Bicycle 500 Grade (1 Block South of Bus Depot) 393-263! NOTICE Red Heart Furnace ' andChimney Cleaners Will be ,n the Cathlamet area August 3 & 4 If your furnace or chimney need attention write: Red Heart Furnace Cleaners .2643 Hemlock St. Longv,ew or call 423-,4708