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i! ursday' January 3' 1963 - , , Granddaughter Of i!'. !|.IF  l'RqlWlq-"r  - / Local Woman Weds tle, and \\;ilheln Lo]'ents San(Ivik, Seattle, were married there at the Ballard Firs1 LuLheran church l)e- i combe,' 8. Mis's I,anda, a fo,'ner Olympia resident, is the daughter of'Mrs. Francis Willialn Sheppard, Bad KreuznaciL Germany and Mr. ii({V i reeipitation moderate, mostly be- :>re Saturday. t Eugene F. Kanda. Olyiupia. Mr.  Sandvik is tile son of Mrs. YVil- iiam Sandvik, Seattle, and the late Mr. William Sandvik. Mrs. George Griggs, Shelton, is the bride's grandmother. Marriage Licenses Applying for marriage licenses at. tile Mason County Auditor's office thi.s past week were: Dennis Lee Hudson, 17, Silver- dale, and Caroly Sue Miller, 16, Bremerton. Gerald A. Kaare, 20, Potlatch, and Patrieia A. Franklin, 18, Hoodsport. normal: High 45 to ":?peratures Low 35 to 45. Be Comfortable with Shell Modern Heat GOTT 01L 110. BAYSH ORE ROAD 426-3322 ;IINLTON--MAgON ,,n a, Varied Holiday Activities ESA s Mcmberr ol I;psi!on Sio mo, A!- pha., Beta Zeia Chapter held a [ bllsi}less alKI educational meeting at the horn6 (i Mrs. Bill Kimb[fl} De(', 10 Decorating ideas were / sho%'ll by Mr.;. ;Jti l)unl)ar. Th [ \\;,vinP.er of the Christmas drawing, } M'rs. HCen l-aI'lles, was notified] and a consolalimi prize awarded 1 to Mrs. Beth Brown. The children's Christmas party was l:ed Dec. 18 at the PUD aud- itorium. S:,.nta Claus appeared to distribute gifts and the Holiday Clown gave candy and balloonas to each child. The evening's activi-. ties were guided by Mrs. Robert Seibert, social chairman. The post-Christmas party for the cimpLer men]hers was held Deeembc-r 27 at the home of Miss Charleen Smith. The lheme of the evening was "Young Again". Each member dressed appropriately as a tiny tot. A humoresque read- ing enveloping the theme was in- corporated in a synopsis of the year's activities of the members and was read by Mrs. Dick Hol- laud. A pantomime was ably pro sented by Miss Charleen Smith. A special visit by Mrs. Wayne Herron was enjoyed by all. Donations to Rogers school of individual gifts as well as group gifts of books and eraff materials was presented by Mrs. Dick Hol- land. The next meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Dick Holland ,Jan 14. DES SOCIAL CLUB NOON LUNCHEON Welcome Chapter. Order of Eas- tern Star No. 40 Social Club will meet for a noon hmcheon noxt Tuesday at the Fred Ferris home on Island Lake. Cars will leave the Masonic temple at 11:30 a.m. FRIGIDAIRE FRIGIDAIRE JANIJARY SPECIALS Lowest.priced FRIGIDAIRE 2-speed, 2.cycle WASHER! Model WCDAS.I Fresh, running water rinses! 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Most beautiful Frigidaire styling ever-yours at budget price Full-width freezer chest holds 63-1bs. of frozen food. Sliding Chill Drawer keeps fresh meat .fresh and quick chills food, Full-width fruit and vegetable Hydrator plus storage in the door, Frigidaire dependability, too. o.,? 189 FRIG IDAIRE Model DA-12-2 ..THE FAMILY REFRIGERATOR APPLIANCE DEPARTMENT -- Second Floor ld I[; P.CANTI LI[ COUNTY ff0URNAE- Published in "Clwi,@m.afO.mb U.KA.J', m . n , MISS UMPHENOUR IS ENGAGED THE ENGAGEMENT of Miss Georgia Kay Umphenour, daugh- ter of Mr, and Mrs. Rex D. Umphenour, Shelton, to Mr. Wayne A. Thronson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wallace A. Thronson, Bellevue, was announced at a holiday dinner by the bride's parents. The bride-elect, an irene S. Reed high school graduate, is a senior at Washington State University. Mr. Thronson is a senior at the University of Idaho. No date has been set for the wedding. Funeral Services Held Saturday For Harstine Island Fire Victim By Donette Glaser HARSTINE -- Graveside servi- ces were held Saturday at Washel- li in Seattle for Herbert "Mac" MeDougall, who losl his life in a fire which completely destroyed his home here on Christmas day. "Mac" had been a continuous resident here for the past :2 years. Each July 4th for many years "Mac" bought a fabulous display of fireworks and invited the whole island to spend the eve- ning picnicldng, swinmmg and at dark to enjoy the fire works. We shall all miss Mac very much. We wish to extend our sincerest sympathy to his daughter cud fa- mily. Thev in turn wish to ex- press their thanks and apprecia- tion to all those who answered the fire call. Many parents, grandparents, aunts, uncles and friends trained out Dec. 21 to attend tim annual Christmas prograin put on by the Harstine Island school children and their very capable teacher. Mrs. Dorothy Green. Their tree was very beautifully decorated and there were baskets of home-made poinsettias around the The traditional Christmas Carols were sung in Spanish: a skit, "Christmas at the Flying-K" featured Vincent Glaser. Bill and Ed WRite. Wanda and Darlene LOUT. Jan Saeger and Sue Glaser; A poem, 'The Christmas Package' by Mike Glaser, and the panto- accompanying it was hillar- ious. Lorna and Jan Saeger, and Pat Glaser presented a skit en- titled "The Flower of Christmas Eve". The grand finale was a "Doll Dance", featuring the child- ren dressed as dolls of different countrys. Sue Glaser. as a Mamma Doll; Wanda LouT, French Doll; Pat Glaser as a Dutch Doll; Lor- na Saeger as a Spanish Doll; Dar- ene Lour as a HaWaiian Doll; Vincent Glaser as a Cowboy Doll; Mike Glaser as an Indian Doll; Eddie Waite as a Beatnick Doll; Bill Waite, Spanish Doll and Jan Saeger, who completely stole the show, as "Santa Claus the Christ- mRs doll." Ed WRite, Bill WRite and Vincent Glaser sang "Halls of Montezuma" as a tribute to our Service Men who spent Christ- mas away from home, serving our country. Mrs. Green did a wonder- ful job on the program and we the Islanders who attended could tell how much time and effort in preparing and presenting the pr o- gram. Coffee and cookies, baked and decorated by Mrs. George T. WRite. Jr., were served. A SPECIAL CHRISTMAS treat. presented by Lhe Harstine Island Women's Club was presented to each Island child. The children had their gift exct]ange and tired and happy began their Christmas vacation. School resumed Jan 2 at 9 a.m Mr. and Mrs. A1 Pridham en -I tcrtained a group of friends Thursday night at their beauti- fully decorated home near Lte ferry landing. This is an annual Holiday Seasm: get-to-gether. Buffet luncheon was served. Those attending were the Mr. and Mrs, Sidney Baunsgard, Nels Bunsgard, Gordon Simmons. Thomas Tier- ney, Jim Loin'ers, R. L. McCul- loeh and Irvie Wingei-t and Mrs. Bill Gortz, Ben Rigney and Peter Hawkins. OUR FERRY CREW is sure proud of their new electric coffee pot and report its really work- ins overtime these cold, rainy days. The guys wish to say "Thanks a Lot" to each and every one of you who helped get it for them for Christmas. Friday evening Mr. and Mrs. Sid Baunsgard, Mr.' and Mrs. Nels Baunsgard and Mr. and Mrs. A1 Pridham had a "Happy Anni- verary Gordon and Gret Sim- mons" surprise party. The hon- ored couple was presented with a turquoise T.V. lounge couch. The Simmons" and son Jim spent the Christmas holidays in Portland visiting daughter Dixie and fam- ily Gret reports they sure had fun shopping the day after Christ- mas at Lloyd Center, the largest shopping center in the world. Also on Sunday Gordon and Gret and Jim had New Years dinner with Gordon's mother, Mrs. Jes- sie Rutherford at IViontesano. also present were all of Mrs. Ruther- ford's children anl grandchildr&-a. HARSTINE ISLAND Women's Club will meet Jan. 10 at 12:30 p.m. at the hall. Hostesses will be Mrs. Flora Seward and Mrs. Dot Smith. Social Club will meet at the hall Jan. II at 7:30 p.m. Host- esses will be Mrs. James Lobrer and Mrs. R. L. McCulloch. Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Budd and son, Curtis of near Port Angeles, spent the last two weeks at their home, the old Carnes place. Mrs, Budd got a new car, tied up with a red ribbon for Christmas, Registered voters and interested III IIII I IIIII " Ilgllll II I I 1111111 /11111 Dancing Lessons To Be Offered Here Next Week A new and interesting dancing' program, the "Easy Ed Cheney Way" is being offered locally. The classes will be conducted by Don and Della Ryan ald will include all the latest steps in Latin Am- erican and Balh'oom dancing. Classes will open Jan. 10 at the Mountain View school. New I student lessons from 8-9 p.m. and] Intermediate students from 9-10 I p.m. Tuition for the complete set- t ies of six one-hour lessons is [ $17.50 per couple, l Special Teen-Age classes will be "held for 7th, 8th and 9th grade students from 7-8 p.m. just prior to tle adult classes. Tuition will be $7 per student for six-one-hour lessons and includes social train* ing and ballroom etiquette. Prospective students are invited to attend the class on opening night and take the first lesson without obligation before register- ing for the complete series. For further information call chairman, Mrs. Marden Stroud at 426-4000. What's Doing Among Our iSERVICEMEN Richard P. Hanson, hospita corpsman third class, USN, son of Otto R. Hanson, Shelton, had a "White Christmas" in Antarc- tica with several hundred other Navymen, Marines, and scientists. He is serving aboard the ice- breaker USS Staten Island, part of the support forces for Opera- tion Deep Freeze 63. With home more than 10,000 miles away, he and his shipmates had an exper- ience few persons have--Christ- mas at the bottom of the world. A large dinner, with plenty of cakes and pies, was part of the celebration. Lights were strung around the ship, artificial trees glistened with trimmings and frost, and a visit was made by helicopter by Saint Nick USS SURFBIRD -- Denny R. Temple, fireman apprentice. USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Tem- ple, Shelton, is serving shoaled the degaussing ship USS Surf- bird, operating in the Western Pa- cific with the Seventh Fleet. The Surbird is the only ship of her kind in operation in the Navy. Her primary duty is to de- magnetize the minesweepers of the Seventh Fleet, keeping them at a low level of magnetic strength. This prevents the explo- sion of a magnetic mine while the minesweeper is clearing an area. SKOKOMISH CLUB BEGINS NEW SERIES Skokomisll Community Chlb will begin a new series of pinochle card parties this Saturday. Card playing will begin at 8:15 p.m. at the community hall. Everyone is welcome. YOUR GLASS rROUBLES TO US You can depend on our "know how" to save you trouble and money when it comes to glass replacements. Because we know what we are IB doing (and why) you can be sure we'll do It RIGHTI GRIMES a McNEIL BODY & FENDER WORKS "- ", persons attended a special meet- ing at th hall Friday night. Pur- pose was to discuss the possible formation of a fire district. Three men, Larry Jerrells, Tom Tierney and H. V. Glaser were elected fire commissionrs, subject to the approval of the Board of County Commissioners. This is the first step toward the formation of the district. The men met with the commissioners Monday and will report results of the next meeting. Jim Lohrer made a motion they have one minute of silent prayer in memory of Herbert McDougall. We take this opportunity to wish each and everyone of you a happy and prosperous New Year. JUNE WEDDING ..... ................. 00sg' BE00S FoR HER!' WCTU Potluck This Friday The Women's Christian Temp- erance Union will meet at I p.m. this Friday at the home of Mrs. L. D. Hack for a potluck lunch- eon and program. Members are requested to bring progrram guides. PATIENTS APPRECIATE HOLIDAY TRAY FAORS The Clinic hospital "4 ishes to ex- SRA Pinochle Club To Meet Monday The SRA Pinochle Club will meet at 8 p.m. Monday at the Memorial Hall. At the last meeting Marie Carl: son held high score, :Mabel Nelson, second high for-the women. Olaf Johnson held high for men with Paul Case, second. them for the Christmas dinner tend its thanks to the members of trays. Needless to say they the Southside Time Watchers 4-H brightened up the special oecasion Club for the tray favors made by for the patients. S-ALE JANUARY GLEARAHGE WOMEN'S WINTER FLATS and PUMPS 25% O*I:F SHOPPER SPECIAL Tubular Steel Brand Hew BUllJ BEDS r Complete with heavy duty Cotton Mattresses, built-in ladder and rail. Comfortable, and safest, too'. $1.00 down and $5.00 per month Open 8:30 to 5:30 O/sen Furniture 328 COTA STREET 426-4702 MR. AND MRS. CHARLES K. PECK, Shelton, announce the forthcoming June wedding of their daughter, Miss Margaret K. Peck and Daniel R. Decious, son of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Declous of Alturas, Calif. The bride-elect is a senior at the University of Washington where she is majoring in English. After the wedding, the couple plans to reside in Berkeley, Calif., where the benedict is a doctoral candidate in physical chemistry at the University of California