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10, 1963 SHELTON--MASON COUNTY ff0URNA- Published in "OhritmastowL U.g.A.", Shelton, Wauhington 13 Belfair Couples Become of Daughters Last Week ]}y Ra(&apos;hel Freelin -- Two New Year made welcome news in Jr the first week of 1963. Mr. Larry Ramsev of Port ard became parents"of a baby Joan Louise, Jan. 2. grandparents here are W. Henningsens. On Jan. daughter, Catherine Diane, the Edward p. Squires of ,ld highway, also delighting brothers and grandpar- Mr. and },lrs. Gordon J. Squi- that the holidays are over the commnnity ias settled to normal routine, it's time and planning for the ahead. Bufit also seems a to look back hmg enough credit to one of Belfair's citizens, Mrs. Viola Points, her quiet way could easily for the title of "Mrs. Santa: Prints, a widow who lives Belfair school, acts as a bureau for toys, cloth- in fact, just about ping a list of Notrh who need certain items, rking With service agencies and Bremerton to see -the rest go where they are needed. She is helped by and neighbors who often and dress the dolls she re- a Port Orchard church that quilts the materials she and has pieced; and the that help round up s. But she is the gtting force behind any num- donations, and at finding whatever is the late white gladi- her garden that decora- November wedding, to the pandas that de- ed a number of yotmgsters at mas, and the sewing roach- helped a burned-out BELFAIR takes pride in "Pointsie", who personi- spirit of Christmas, not r but all year st 'ishes for speedy recover- to Mrs. Joe Tschida. recov- ' from eye surgery, and Mrs )n Fortman. who was rushed hospital for an emergency .ectomy on . . . of all times Eve. wishes and congratulations Leslie M:cDonald and Gi- whose engagement when Giles return- six months army duty at in time for the Christ- mlidays. The bride-to-be is of the Perry McDo- of the north shore, her li- the son of the Eeker Swan- and is a '62 graduate of the W. where Leslie is a sopho- Frances Gladwin Orthope- is collecting old lieence and everyone is asked to plates in at any of the gas stations to "help the help the children', Womens Missionary Soeie- the Belfair CommunRy held the first of this year's meetings on the evening n. 4. Following a short bust- conducted by presi- Raymond Medeiros. Mrs. of Bremerton spoke on illustrating her talk a film strip, and hi-fi rags of oriental music. basement was into an oriental tea the refreshment hour With bamboo han- lanterns, and hiba- out the theme, and and tea served at Mrs. R. Medeiros, Meyer, Mrs. L. A. and Mrs. Jack Dean were arge of this part of the even- and their clever popular with all those meeting. Shackleford is ask- presidents of all local .iOns meeting or- before Jan. race the showing of Women". a new the old title, which n at the Community P.m. on the 24. no charge for the film, 1 as part of the Ameri- Society's campai n to m;e to the early discogvnery so,;se. No contributions F:utect or accepted. Dr. *se Will be nre  any questions an I',',,, " P ture. Refreshments served l :ason Senior High P.T.A. its January meeting at )l at 8 pm Thursd ,, ay the 7 .t Your Student Council" u,, theme for the pro ram ,ouncil g ' i,m of putt}rig, on a de- an actual meetin r t Parents with the me ng- .ae Work being done. i or the Minstral Show, f)r. March 16 will also be L. at this meeting. J NOTE in the December s Was the passin of two e fidents, both well known t}ya#d community. Mrs. )I af{e[ a, passed away in ' " a two-year illness Stroke. The widow of }i dry, she had lived in the 1,,,,LV since 1939 when the 'h'er on the North shore. e include a son, Ro- c..r,, and a daughter Mrs. ",g, as Well as one grand- -'. 24 Mrs. Ruth Small died erton nursing home fol. illness of several months. resident since 1947 when mOVed here from Pull- had lived at Sunset her husband's death rvivet by two ons, ellex ]e and James of two daughters, Mrs. Bremerton and ols of London, s a member and atron of Belfair chapter, Order of Eastern Star, and belonged to the Belfair Com- ntunity Baptist Church. Both women were talented 'Area - vers, had been active in the local weavers group, and as members of the Kitsap Weavers Guild had exhibited at: both the Kitsap and Western \\;Vashington Fairs. Before young people of tho com- munity returned to their various collezes, Ym)th t{ecognition Sun- day was observed at the Commun- ity Cimrch, with five young people taking charge of the De(:. 30 ser- vice. Participating were Jiln Wilson, Jr. of Lintield; John Stokes of Olympic; and Karen Kovack, Lin- da Spooner and Carolyn Preelin of lhe U. of W. The last weeks of 1962 and this particular column were pr, etty well upset by a frantic hunt for the family dog, lost somewhere in the wet and stormy woods; and a daughter who took the family car for a swim. But, thanks to the Johnsons of Haven Lake, "Skook" is home. And the daughter is sa- fely back at school. So this is time to thank all those who help- ed gather news during the past year, and say a belated "Happy New Year." Matlock Grange Has Meeting Friday Night By Dor Hearhlg MATLOCK.---Matlock Grange held their regular meeting last Friday evening with a good turn- out. Ore' former Master Elmer Bradberry installed three offi- cers, assistant steward Clifford Combs, Chaplain Donna Combs, and Cere's Lula Crea'mer, and had application for three new members Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hollatz and James Hickson. Matlock Grange will start to give dances again the third Satur- day of the month or Jan. 19 and promises real good music. Mr. Dick Clift and friend of Asotin, spent a few days last week with his brother and sister in-law Mr. and Mrs. Harold Clift. MR. AND MIS. James Freden- burg of Hoqtfiam were Sunday evening supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Elvin Hearing. Mr and Mrs. James Churchill of Dayton where Saturday dinner guests of Mrs. Augusta Portman and Carl Portman. Mr. and Mrs. Charles LaBrec spent Wednesday evening with the Edward Valley family. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rickert of Hoqniam where dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Howard Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Cook of Mon- tesano spent Saturday evening with the Kenneth Howard family. Mr. and Mrs. Earl "Wilder and son of Satsop spent Saturday eve- ning with Mr. and Mrs. Edward Valley. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Valley at- tended the Pinochle Party at Day- ton Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Walker of Eastern Washington were week- end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Walker. Mr. and Mrs. John Rebman of Shelton spent Sunday with the William Avery family. Mr. and Mrs. Lud Rossmaier spent the weekend in Enemclaw with Mrs. Rossmaier's sister and family the Ernest Adams. Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Boothe and family of Hoquiam spent Sun- day afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. I. C. Ford. Debbie and Beckie Brehmeyer spent Saturday, with their grand- parents Mr. and Mrs. I. C. Ford. Census To Collect Senior Odmzen lnfo The U. S. Bureau of the Census will conduct a special survey of "senior citizens" in connection with the January Current Popula- tion Survey, it was announced to- day. The survey will cover living ar- rangements, medical and dental costs, work status, insurance, ho- me ownership, income, and related items. Persons 62 years of age and older, residing in Current Popu- lation Survey sample households. will be covered in the survey. The special questions to be ask- ed of older people will be in ad- dition to the regular monthly in- quires on employment and unem- ployment. Current Population Sur- vey interviews will be conducted locally during the week of Jan:, 14 by Polly A. Swayze, Shelton. Grange News MATTOCK accepted Frank and Velma Hollitz as new members when they met Jan. 4. They also installed the officers who were nn- able to attend the joint installa- tion in November. Plans were made to hold a dance every third Saturday night, beginning Jan. 19. There was sonic discussion relative to the amount of money that should be paid to a delegate to the state grange convention. A nice thank you note from the Wash- ington Children's Home told them how much their Christmas contri- bution had been appreciated. They had a nice attendance and good time at their New Year party and are very happy to report that a majority of their mernbers are paid up for 1963. SOUTH SIDE Grange was hap- py to have Deputy Martin Auseth and Gyneth as their guests. While there Martin installed their offi- cers, all officers being present. Plans were made for improving and landscaping their own grounds the grounds around the firehall and the road intersection where they will erect a sign and reflec- tors. This sounds like a mighty fine project for the year. Their re- gmlar winter series of card parties will begin soon. T'WANOH received a thank you from the Mission Creek Camp for helping to make their Christmas happier. Because these boys are pawns of circumstance they plan to do what they can to help them throughout the year. The master Skokomish Valley Family Has Reunion During Holiday Season ly Mary Valley SKOKOMISH -- It was a joy. ous time for the Claude Dugger family when they were united for Ihe first time ]n seven years at a rmmmn during the Cllristmas holt- clays Their son and family Tee. Sg. Don Pavel and wife Anne and children Victoria, Joe, Gregory, and Miehae! arrived recently from West Germany where he was sis- !toned for three years. Don is now h)catd in Tacoma where he is as- sociated with a helicopter unit at MeCmd Field. Other members of the family present were Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Homan, Deborah, and Ra,ndolf, Mr. and Mrs. Haroht Drake and son Kenneth, Mr. and Mrs. Pat Dugger and son David and Carl Dugger. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Johnson spent Sunday in Seattle with their son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ar- lan Johnson and daughter Kimber- ly. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Hicks of Shelton were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Chester Valley last Thursday evening. Mrs. Don Doak has returned home after a week in the St. Pe- terg hospital in Olympia following major surgery. Fred Sjoholm of Everett spent last weekend with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Eric Sjoholm. MR. AND MRS Lester Crossan, Mary Alice and Edwin enjoyed a trip to Oregon and going over into Idaho for a visit with relatives during the holidays, Visiting at the Coble home are Mrs. Alfine Masse of Eastscada, Oregon, and Mrs. Vivian Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Valley rove to Puyallup Sunday after- noon and called on Mr. and Mrs. Paul Kratofil. Mrs. Kratofil will be remembered as the former Lou- ise Raeburn: They recently return- ed from India where they served as missionaries. The Valleys also visited Mrs. Kratofil's parents Mr. and Mrs. Raeburn who were for- mer residents of the Valley. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hunter enter- tained recently at a belated Christ- mas party at their beach home near Union. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Blair Barkley, and Mr. and Mrs, Gary Barkley of Ed- monds, Mr. and rMs. Ed Kortnik of Bellevue, Mr. and Mrs. Don Pat- terson, Kathy and Rian of Seattle and Mr. and Mrs. George Barkley. Mr. and Mrs. Max Latzel enter- tained several members of their l'amily on New Years Day. Corn- ing from Shelton were Mr. and M/rs. Frosty Godwin, Bobby and Eva Dawn, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Tozier, Artie and Maxine. COMING TO SPEND New Years eve with Mr. and Mrs. Spragg were Mrs. Spragg's mother, Mrs. Dorothy Simpson and Mr. and Mrs. Walt Bame of Port Orchard. Mr. and Mrs. Don Ragan and daughter Marie called at the Dug- ger home on lgew Years day. Mr. and Mrs. Humphrey Nelson spent Sunday in Bremerton with Mr. and Mrs. Dave Martinmaas. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Valley were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Hulbert on New Years day. Mary Anne Godding of Shelton was an overnight guest of Janie Cl,veland recently. Paul and Harold Hunter drove to Hillsboro, Ore. last Saturday to attend the funeral of their cousin Mrs. Grace Tooley. They also stop- ped in Portland for a brief visit with their Aunt and Uncle, Mr. and Mrs. George Emmett. Teofil Richert, father of Mrs. Arvid Johnson and Ted Richert was admitted to the Shelton Gene- ral hospital. RECENT OVERNIGHT gnmsts of the Humphrey Nelsons were Mr. and Mrs. Howard Munson of Wa- pato. Paying no attention to the sea- sons, two Muscovy ducks hatched sixteen ducklings for a Christmas oresent for the Duggers. Skokomish Grange meets this Friday evening at 8 p.m. for the first meeting of the new year and the new officers taking their po- sitions. State Deputy Martin Au- seth and his helpers will be there to install those officers who failed to get to Shelton Valley for the joint installation in December, so its very important that all officers be present at this meeting. The Army National Guard is actually older than the nation it serves. It began with the 182d In- fantry of Massachusetts which was organized as a militia unit in 1636. Special Meeting For Ruby Rebekah Lodge The regular meeting of the Ru- by Rebekah Lodge will be held at 8 p.m; Friday in the 1OOF hall. This will be a special meet- ing honoring the present Noble Grand as she presides for the last time. The brothers are in charge of the refreshments. Public installation for Odd Fel- lows and Rebekahs will be held January 18. DEMOCRATIC CLUB TO NIEET NEXT THURSDAY The Mason Co, Democratic Club will meet at 8 p.m. next Thursday in the PUD building. On the a- genda for the evening will be a business meeting, musical enter- tainment and refreshments. The public is invited. m,, ii i i L Step up the ladder Lawton Lumber Go. Joe V. Simpson i , i t ! i i i,, 1,1,1 i j, i i LOW COST HOME LOANS NEW CONSTRUCTION -- REMODING PURCHASE + 6% On Reducing Balances -- No Commission Charges Mason County Savings & :Loan Assooiation TITLE INSURANCE BUILDING SHELTON appointed his committees for the year and we predict a progressive   1963 for them. ,:;.. ,.[r..,.-:. SHELTON VALLEY started the new year right when they received two new applications for member- Prices Effective JAN. 10-11-12 ship. Their meeting was devoted - _-,a,..-  Right To Limit! mostly to making plans for the "  -'---  " - " year ahead. 3,,any new projects BOHELESS ROUHD STEAK :.::!o,oo 95 Verffme Top LB b things from that quarter too. " " They report their New Year dance BONELESS ROLLED ROAST , : :o.oo0 : ........ .. $9 was a real success and everyone ' ' i ' "' welcomed he new year in xvith F o noisy enthusiasm. " C UIADT@ ,',Stee.. < ")t The Mason County Granges ape Vi=L| Whoe or Ha f ............................ LB very sorry to repm:t they cannot ili/ : .................................... ] honestly claim the 9948 members which 'the Jot, rnal credited them BEEF TOliGU, ES --9 with in the last issue. Must have been a nervus finger on that 9. - ......................................................................................... 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