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;day, January 3, i963 gHELTON--MASON COUNT JOURNAU- Pubh,hed in "Chrlsmastow, U.S.A.", SheKon, Wahingt0n 4-H Group Sings as Carols At Homes By Frances Simmons --- The Christmas still gh)w the week follow- so we mention the gh)wing that shone Over the manager ae Nativity scene at the local where many gathered to the recitations and songs and rememtering, again the birth Christ-child in Bethlehem whose birth we receive the caleudar. 4-It group accompanied by Richard Kelley and Mrs. An- Ellison sang Christnaas carols BoLts Nursing Home, the e of Annie Whitener and her aer Ralph Krisc, the Eugene home, and the home of Ingves who showed the his large collection of pic- s of Finland. They then went Lloyd Clark home for hot The group included tin- Clark, Jndy Smith, Marolyn Carolyn Ellison, Juanita El- I, Carolyn Ruckmann anc Ellison who accompanied on. the C. A. Petereit home for were their son Norman .'ave from Naval Training Sta- aL San Diego, Mr. and Mrs. t McClelland and four chil- of Hoquiam and Mrs. Claud- ROthery of Portland. A. W. Oneal of Campbell, trrived at the home of her and family, Mr. and Mrs. Blackwelder to spend the with them. AND MRS. Gene Taylor t Christmas day with the Jus- family 40 friends gathered lasl arday evening at the Grange for a wedding reception to Mr: and Mrs. Frank Nigro Coker). Many lovely gifts Presented to the newlyweds. John Neals, sister of the cut the cake, Mrs. Avery ey (also a sister of the bride) coffee, Etta Mae Itartman Donna Clark served punch, and Mrs. Chess White of Ta: were also present at the re- at the Gene Taylor home were Mr. and M'rs. Elmer and two children of Ta- m and Mrs. Dora Mueller or )ia. cs. Adla McDonald and Neff and Mrs. Emma Me- told motored to Mercer Island end Christmas With Mrs. Adla daughter and family Mrs, William Crutchfield. Jerry Crutcilfield re- :o spend the remainder of at the home of his mother. VISITORS at Nelson home were Mr Mrs Walter Lee and daugh- Deborah of Portland. It:. and Mrs. Herb Nelson at- tended a post Christmas party on Wednesday at the home of her brother and family the James Mohney's of MeCleary. There will be a dance at the Grange Hall on Jan. 5th. The Herb Nelsons entertained their son Bruce and his family for Christmas dinner The regular meeting of the Ka- milehe Ladies Club will be held Jan. 2. The Harry Simmons home was m the hope and Wish of your and subordinate masters through this eohunn. Past year has shown steady for-the grange. Most of SUbordinates have increased !r membership showing an all high of 9948 members, the State Grange in membership of granges have been active affairs: Awarded to Karen Wolf and Have purchased s, contributed to the Wa, Childrens Home and The of. Dimes and the state to national competition. sponsored 4-H clubs, County- entertainment teams. Supported Puyallup Fairs, For- and Civil defense benefit dances and other rats!rig projects have glv- ,_stncken families and to aanksgiving baskets for families. Grapeview Residents Entertain Friends, Relatives For Christmas GRAPEVIE\\;V--\Vith the frantic last minute dtshing aroumi town for "just one more gift" over with and the preparations for the big' feast taken care of most of Grape- view settled down to a family sty- le Christmas Day, as usual. Web and Ruth Etherton were happy to have their parenIs and children together for the holiday with Earl and Jessie Parks joining newlyweds Larry & Gaff Etherton from Seattle and Dal and Barbara Smith and youngsters, who were down from Marysville. We are happy to ret)ort that Web's leg had even greater accomplish. AND Cloquallum did not hold regular meet- Week Very successful New Year e a but the latter re- met they voted bond. Ralph and were accepted as by demit from Green No. 1121 is a past mas- Grange and even ass uo plans to move ]ust felt Agate is his and that is where he Lad and Dell Simp- Valley were wel- is for the evening. Out- Elsie Whetham was ovation ? master for outstanding the past two  he dance Saturday night attended. met With a 6:30 p.m. After dinner Ray- ns took the group on an of Old Mexico via Later a short busi- was held giving the OpPortunity to make their They invite all to Saturday night Jan. Charl0s Savage last week and am Porter in officers of the Jefferson POrter is the father of' ' County engineer. Char- exellent installation near 100 percent turn elect and a real e. improved sufficiently for him 1o gay on Christmas eve with 26 retm'n to his job last Vlednesday. present for their Christmas tree exchange of gifts On Christmas Mr. and Mls. Eke Eaerett were day they had dinner with their hosts on Christmas Eve at their i son, Leland, and family a.t their Shelton home for Mrs. Eacrett's Summit Lake home. parents Mr. and Mrs. Walter Eek- ert of Grapeview and for the Eac- Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Barnes rett's son and family, the Bob visited Mr. and Mrs. I. Denney of Eacretts of Oak Harbor. Christ- Belfair Thursday evening, mas Day was spent en famille at Mr. and Mrs. Dan Wood motor- the Tacoma home of Mrs. Eckerts' ed to the home of their daughter sister, Miss Louise Nachtheim, and family Mr. and Mrs. Don Main- with nephew Frank Bampton join- waring at Grants Pass, Oregon for ing the group. Wednesday, Mr. a Christmas eve dinner and reu- Walter Eckert was admitted to nion at the Kenneth Mainwarings the Clinic Hospital for a few days at Medford on the following day. of rest and observation. We sincer- Sixteen were present. They return- ly hope that by today he will be ed to their home Friday. back home and feeling fine again. Enjoying dinner at the Barbar ] Clem Wells was able to be home Haney home were Mr. and Mr., ]on Christmas leave from his Air- Harry More and son of SheltonlForce duties at Neah Bay, much and 'Mr. and Mrs. Joe Quintana[to the delight of parents, "Mr. and and son Mike of Seattle. Mrs. Russ Wells. Sk0k0mish Valley Families Spend Christmas With Relatives, Friends By Mary Valley Mr. and Mrs. Don Miller. On SKOKOMISH -- A n o t h e r Christmas day Miss Esther John- Christmas season has come and son had dinner with the Start gone; everyone is getting back Johnsons. to his regular routine. The hustle Mr. and Mrs. Max Latzel at- and bustle of Christmas shopping tended a 50th wedding annivers- will soon be forgotten. As we look dry of Mrs. Latzel's sister and forward to the New Year may it husband, Mr. and Mrs. S. Reeds be the best year of out' lives ..... of White Rock, B.C. this is the wish of your corres- IL was a round of entertaining pondent, and visiting for Mr. and Mrs. At- Many families gathered to on- chie Vaughn during the holiday. joy the holiday together. Some Cominff from Seattle were Mr. and traveled as far as California. Mr. Mrs. Kenny Evans and children and Mrs. Arthur Johnson spent Mr. and Mrs. Harold Vaughn of Christmas with their daughter and Eugene, Ore., Mr. and Mrs. Earl family, Mr. and Mrs. Ran Porter Vaughn of Longview and Mr. and and daughter Allison Lee, in San- Mrs. Fred Leffel of Port Angeles. ta Ana. They later went to Los Mr. and Mrs. Chester Valley Angeles where they visited Roy. drove to Westport on Stmday af- and Mrs. Alfred Jacobean and fa- ternoon for a visit with Mr. ancl rally. Mrs. Earl Johnston and their ,son with wife from Georgia, Mr. and Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Mrs. Ran Johnston. Ta, nner on Christmas were Mr. MR. AND MRS. IRWIN Smith and Mrs. Cecil Fulton of Tacoma. had dinner with their daughter Other guests later in the day were and family, Mr. and M:rs. Charles MY:, and Mrs. Harry Maskbm'n, Simpson of Dayton on Christmas. Steve and Allen. Mr. and Mrs. Archie Vaughn Mr. and Mrs. Sharky Daniels, attended a. dinner party at the Mr. and Mrs. Richard McNamara home of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Down- and family of Sielton were guests ing in Shelton on Saturday eve- of Mr. and Mrs. Roger Williams ning. Christmas day. Others who drop- Mr. and Mrs. Humphrey Nelson 11L'|ews pe'ds ][ in for a visit w:res Mr. and enjoyed Christmas Day at the e , M "r Ealtn(dn MR;s:n?:n n fDOa}e, ypia., home of Mrs. Effie Brownfield at SOil Jinmy spent cehristmas da d Y Kamilche. Guests of the Nelsons during the holiday were Mr. and i" By Clive Troy with Mr. and Mrs. Ran Goos. iYrrs. Jim Shea and Mr. and Mrs. .happy and prosperous new MR. AND MRS. BOB Whit- James Stouder of Yakima, Mr. marsh enioyed Christmas with and Mrs. Delmar Brownfield of their family Coming from Seat- Chico, Calif., and Mrs. Rutli tle were Mr. and Mrs. Fred Critchfield of Kamilche. Wright and son, Mr. and Mrs. MR. AND MRS. HAROLD Hun- Brian Schoening and Miss Dean- ter enjoyed Christmas with Mr na Whitmarsh. and Mrs. Justin Taylor and fam- Mr. and Mrs. Chet Valley, Lin- ily of Oyster Bay. da and Jim, Mr. and Mrs. Steve I would like to share this New Vallev and daughter Tammv of Year's poem composed by our Seattle joined the Chester Valley good friend, Martin S. Smith. Sr's. for a family get-together at New Year's Wish the George Valleys on Island Lake May all the people of the world on Christmas. Be happy and be free Mr. and Mrs. Stan Lvman had In the coming New Year as their guests M'r. and Mrs. Jack Of nineteen sixty three Howard and family and Mr. Ron Haigh during the holidays May we strive with all our Holiday uests of Mr. and Mrs. might Gravatt were Mr. Gravatt's bro- To do the best we can her and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Ar- And look all people square in th thur Gravatt of Corvallis, Ore. eye Mr. and Mrs. Stan Johnson and Walk upright before God and Mr. and lrs. Arvid Johnson drove man to Seattle on the weekend for a Christmas party at the home of May the Holy Bible  _ Be our rule and ffuide And every minute of the day Our country needs more saying's Having Lord Jesus by our side of all types to help assure eco- nomic growth and national se- And at the end of life's journey has ahvays sponsor- curity. For thrift the guaranteed Wi:=n we cross the Great Divide that benefits way, buy a United States Savings To enjoy life everlasting in the fight to de- Bo{d today! In Heaven to abide. 211 but that fight ?vet; as the issue will appear t'hissessinftheLegiS-a fair BUSINESS DIRECTORY oue m'lst give our Legisla- undivi Led sup art for we feel m anPPCquitab "- an of the less popu- areas. With Unabafed en TV SelPviel - a an  thu- _ Floor Coverings u our unselfish support lLadio- TV Linoleum no reason why 1963 should " Tile Carpeting Formica REX FLOOR COVERING Mt. View Ph. 426-2292 i=l | Radiator Relir--"--- Boiling out Soldering New core8 BOON'S PLUMBING HEATING, SHEET METAL 623 S. 1St. Ph. 426-3483 Phonographs : CB 2-way radio LEROY'S TV SERVICE Mr. View Ph. 426-3172 Tire Service ..... | New - Goodrich OK RUBBER WELDERS Mt. View Ph. 426-4832 Electrical -- I Fairbanks-Morse Pumps Electric Heating Westinghouse Appliances 419 Railroad Ph. 4264285 8HELTON ELECTRIC CO, florist Plants for all oecastonm Flowers EVERGREEN FLORISTS 4th & Birch 8 to 8 426-8479 Auto Glass ..... l Expert I nstallatlon JIM PAULEY, INC. 5th & Railroad Ph. 426-8231 i ,i i Draperies -- custom made free estimates work guaranteed J. C, PENNEY CO. 305 RR Ave. Ph. 426-8283 ............... ill1 . ..... ii i i iii [ Helena Rubinstein cos- metics Prescriptions Hypo-Allergle cosmetics NELL'S PHARMACY Covey Bldg. Ph. 426-3327 Printing * Quality Work of All Kinds THE JOURNAL 227 Cots Phone 426-4412 MIL AN1) MilS. C. W. Walker drove to Bel!ingham to spend I Christmas with their flaug'hl;er Barbara and family, tnd stayed a, rollnd long (}no/lgh to v,,t?lcolne their fom'th grandchild ,-- a boy! - born Saturday morning. Congratu- lations. After being allowed to return home lo spend the Christmas holi- day with his family, Fred Lutz re- turned to Vanvouver Veterans' Hospital las Wednesday. He was accompanied by son Doua" and brother-in-law Enoch Uldriekson, Fred's condition remained un- changed, we are sorry to report, but we hope the new year will bring a happ 3 change. Christmas for Orin and Ethel Buckingham was a pleasant one spent with Dean and Billie and children in Seattle. Then on Satur- (lay evening a pre-New Year's ce- lebration brought the family to- gether for dinner at the Reisch- man home. Included in the 11 guests, besides the Buckinghams were Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Green. The Buckingham's nephew,' Neff TIlE Fire Department has mailed post cards to residents in our fire dire- r trict with the following new fire call listings: day or night! Shelton exchange: 426-3795 Bremerton exchange: Cr. 5-2171 When ealling, please give this in- formation: "This is Fire District No. 3, Grapeview." Your name: Location of the fire: If, for any reason, these num- bers cannot be reached, you can still call the Grapeview Grocery or any of the firemen. Once agaiu your eorrespondents spent an intelesting evening per- using last year's morgue for high- lights of 1.962. Here they are: Jan.: Sports-loving souls enjoy ice skat- ing on Cooks' pond. Vohmteer firemen meet to dis- cuss "How to Improve our Com- nmnications Set-Up". February: The Bernard Tresners' summer cottage looted of sleeping bags, fishing gear and outboard motor. GRAPEVIE%V VohmteerMrs, HLrley Somers in Tacoma. May: Three deer hit by cars in Grapeview. Mason County Forest Festival's beautiful pink lady is revealed.as Jerri Lee Hill-Grape- view princess. June: Joanne Stevens becomes bride of Mr. Charles Hoskin in Shelton. July: Treasure Island Country Club elects new officers, Roy Tay- lor re-elected as president. Nationally known balladier. Earl Robinson, entertains Grape- view residents with one-man con- cert. Miss Leslie Anne Rice and Mr. Theodore Carl Linde of Bremerton united in marriage in Belfair. August: Larry Etherton weds Miss Gaff Lutes of Bothell in Seat- tle. Lynne Stevens elected president of Mason County 4-H; Robert Spooner, Vice-president. September: Richard Okonek and Carol Zabroski wed in Shelton. Raymond Schwinn and Marjorie Krieger married in Aberdeen. Linda Gilbert becomes bride of atlas of school children practiced. World's Fair ]ds October 21. November: \\;Veil! well! Wells' well comes in at 593 feet! Robert Spooner earns outstand- ing achievement as 4-H "Regional Forester" of the year with trip to Chicago. December: Nicklaus's mfffer ex- tensive damage to home in fire cansed by portable heater: "Peanut" festival at Store: New fire siren and new fire call system installed at fire hall. The best "of everything in the New Year to you all from all of u s ! -- ' ' i i , i, ,, ,, PARTY ICE Small Cubes in 10-1b Sacks BILL'S SHELL SERVICE First and Cots OPEN TIL 9:00 P.M. , i r , Ir i Les Joslin SUGGESTS00 Leave them a home . . . not a mortgage! Let me tell you how you can insure peace of mind for yourself and a debt-free home for your family. "Uncertainty" sug- gests call now, Uhhnan, home on leave from New Orleans, paid a brief visit to Gra- peview last weekend bringing a- long Air Force pilot Roy Chavez. Mrs. Walter Clayton, St. was re- leased from Shelton General Hos- ]gital Sunday, returning to her Grapeview home in time to enjoy some of the remaining holiday spirit with her children and grand- children. Former Hoquiam neigh- bars, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Barker and Mrs. Guy Vayman dropped in to bring greetings, too. March: Seven inches of snow makes for three-day sledding va- cation. Judy Johnson becomes Mrs. Arthur John Barrett in Bremer- ton. 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