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} iiday, January i7, 1963 00lywed Couple To Make First Dayton Residents ne In Aliyn Community Enjoy Skating By Judy Von Oslen ,YN.--Delmar Griffcy, A1- Ld Barbara Masten. Tacoma. anited in marriage Jan. 11 ).m. They were married at &apos;ection Lutheran Church in a. Reception was held at 's Point Improvement Club. viii make their new home in Congrat flattens and besl for lmppmess in the fu- (li Peterson ee!eb ated his ay last Friday and his sister ecleb "ated her eleventh on Y. Gr'n(tpa and Grandma m were up for dinner on ;Y to help lhe grandchihtren ate. ,ink this cold weather must [.pmg folks in bv their fires [s are very q'uiet armmd m, lhope Fred Lockwood is feel- tter after a bout with that ! bug. .' AND-MRS. ART KUEllN Ulsbo braved the cold Sun- ternoon and visited with Mr. ls t. Earl Terrell. i': ope Mrs. Harold Anderson ;ag fine now. She was in tile al for three days with pneu- ;t ' forget North Mason High 1 P.T.A. meeting Jan. 17 at The program will be on it government and will fea- demonstration of a Student il meeting. Plans for the rel Show @ill be discussed rOthy and Gerry Griffey and Nelson attended a shower mwater Jan 6 for Barbara n, the bride to be of Delmar !y . I. Susie Von Osten, Mrs. Lois [t and-Mrs. Judy Von Osten, t. and.Short spent a lovely n Bremerton with Mrs. Lil- lemphill last Tuesda . E KIDS HAVE reaYily en- this cold spell skating up at ills pond in Lakewood :5nthly. Pack Meeting of  _oc was held last Thursday 2/ 9 u t was an enormous sud- |,The boys entertained, sing- |jongs, playing games and ex- ;d their crafts and projects lil .done "this past men k ho--- -- th. Den :,- me attendance cup. Next ng xxqll be Feb. 14 and will potluck dinner. Thirty-el ht s xv.e_re Presen t for the meJt. u* Incur[l, E SHELLGREN FAMILY s Lo thank everyone for their w of 2 Degre00 00istered At milche synlpalhv and kindness shown them during the loss of their be- loved father. Mrs. Harold Anderson was host- ess to the regular meeting of the Beachconlbers Garden Chlb at her heine on Tllursday. Twelve mem- bers braved the bitter cold to at- tend. The lmsiness meeting was conducted by president Mrs. Ada Grigg. Mrs. Laura Knoell gave a very interesting eport on vege- table gardens. A silent auction of different articles brought by meal- hers netted $8.61 for the trc.nsury. The hostess served a delicious hmchcon at noon. The next meet- ing on Feb. 14 will be at the home of Mrs. Lois Terrell. Disease Hils Oatile in Mason G0unly Enterotoxemia. a disease of eat- tie. strikes swiftly. It is deadly. There is no cure. The malady plays no favorites. It effects both beef and dairy cat- tle regardless of age. To date Enterotoxemia has killed a number of cattle in Ma- son County The disease has broken out in herds on widely scattered farms. One cattleman re- cently lost ten animals. Cattlemen are urged to consult their veterinarmn and plan a pre- ventive program. Specific vaccina- tion is the only solution to the problem Dr. Douglas Larson, Shelton veterinary, said that Enterotox- emia showed up in Mason County herds two or three years ago. At the time the disease took only an animal here and there. But now, the disease is widespread. "Enterotaxemia is a strange di- sease." Larson said. "It works much like Blackleg in that it ldlls so quickly. One hour an animal will appear healthy;, the next she is dead". "Vaccination will prevent the disease" Larson continued. "I strongly advise all cattlemen to consider a thorough vaccination program". Rhododendron Society Plans Meet Sunday Tile Pacific Rhododendron So- ciety will hold an open meeting Jan. 20 at 2 p.m. in the PUD auditorium. Anyone interested in !earning how to beautify a home inexpensively with rhododendrons and azaleas is urged to attend. Leonard F. Frisbie, president of the Society, will discuss success- ful methods of raising rhododen- dron and azaleas used by mem- bers with no previous experience. Refreshments and awarding of plants, as. door prizes will follow Frisbie's illustrated talk. By Frances Simmons "' __ VILCHE.--_Our winter thel- ter dropped to two degrees, t in oi{e locationwonder if the lowest in the valley. NEW / .n water pipes, icy roads, ehil- skating on Ponds birds e ARRI L describes ,^.ju a COld, full uur past week. er not being over yet, we W ,i2hat the remaining Weeks "' 6. xne days are et' m, Which ,.^_ g tmg s**e us satisfac- Shelton General Hospital Dr. and Mrs. W. H. Schumacher, ,st SatUrday about 20 fnen 128 Cedar street, a girl, Jan. 10. eeridv:ohor httl e Darlede s Mr. and Mrs. Raymond McNish, ' ' " oirthday. Corn- 603 Park street, a )oy, Jan. 11. [J:l;onl Tacoma were Mr. and Mr. and Mrs Edward Cultee. St. ; vv,t lvlesplie and two daugh- Rt. 1. Box 186. a girl, Jan. 12. and Mr. and Mrs. Dave Krise Mrs. Yvotine Culpepper, 628 E1- Jey Lewis. Mr. and Mrs. liner street, a girl, Jan. 14. e r}Se, Ialph Krise and Mrs, Mr. and Mrs. David Howe, 1758 . whitener also attended the Stewart St.. a boy, Jan 15. ring: Darlene is the dan h  r and rs John r';: owin (Bertha) Taylor re- that she had an enjoyable lay season Her room wa O ry With ' s . decorations and ?Is..:and many lovely cards +{*ends. Upon enterin it, el rooITl ......... g her , =veryone is greeted a ready smile She re o' Ilsheis, about tt'le samc. p ,ts **II MRS DAN W e a bus-'-- . " OOD .rday. mess trip to Centralia i r'sn.d Mrs. Ray lVIainwaring .^_Sie and Paul s. ...... ii te('rsmKPrtland ,V','LthL;'i; r. ' "en and Janiee. i ,.^and Mrs. William Sold,. ;tla Road visited the Har er asod"  .aomeMr.On Sunday evening, hens: zd and Mrs. Carson |tUrday iVh.. and M A.. P. 11 of Pacific Bea; visit ed nz'Y Simmons, "%Yodnner guests at the ,. --*u nome were Mr. avrs. Clifford Benson of and ]V[t- - - Shel- ". a,u mrs. Jerry Hem- r of Dayton, v. Earl Bradley made a trip to .... bust- : eningnam Sa r. and *.  , turday. visite"' zonald Hill, Puyal. ly on Lne Richard Durk'n ,__ SUnday. ,- VISITORS with ' O'lIalley were Mr an Ud Gillan "of T- ..... ' d e,e Will be a "2 ....... ,- (lance at the zil .ne Grange Hall Jan. 19. is: :ing With the Mem Lamber il, on 34 t ,, Onday were Rev. WiN l "i ez and Mrs. Lambert Lrs Mary Jobe 93 td nether  , -year-old h_ ot Mrs tam ert. S(., -e..zs in Omaha, Ne bu. " ires  e wtown location "S : "'-- 'lectr', " -- pacious e bedrool c baseboard heat--one aoOIllS Un_lO., *, l'ooln f0f nlore t kit,"  tmz'Way is in--eonven- Ig i'(lUdeltll 10ts of built ins-- nln,, OWller leavi 75 LWants r,u',.- " ng town i 0" all Vi-221%. sam. Just "'" *Xeal  ..,,v rllmlie now,-- State 426 6 =:: "- '592, 1/17 hie* le -_ Snl -7- . -'-" ,, ' newly z ....... a!l .uric-bedroom :2s, W,.l;".i?,"e4=..ew r, oo,.s ti'2 _ t0 ell Pt?'t-' siding. Owner -r-act now -.u nt only $3.950 )-663 . *xoy Dtll]n, Ph,n( D 1/17 aI)artm Inquire 206 i- 1/17 tfn condition. Phone ENELTON--N[A-gON COUNTY JOURE- PllbliHet In UCbr{smas6w,,, U.N.A. gl/elton, Wahlngton On Frozen Ponds By Malnq Ki(hl DAYTON. The cold winter \\;veathc.r n]anaged tO sneak tip on a lot of people causing frozen water pipes and stalled ears which required a lot of work to gel back in running order. On the other side of tile picture was the fill: the ehitdren and also adults had with skating and sledding on froz- en ponds. Everyone seems real happy though that this cold spell is over with the exception of tile chihh'en of course. In this area. tile temperature went down to 10 degrees above zero. which was plenty low for most. Ladies' Club met Jan. 8 with Mrs. James Dougherty as host- ess. The next meeting will be on Jan. 22 with Mrs. Dick Leonard hosting. Mrs. Gertrude Scott returned from Haines. Alaska. last week after about six weeks spent with her daughter and family, Mr. a:nd Mrs. Carroll MeHenry. Another daughter, Mrs. George Purves, and girls of Kent visited her over tile weekend. MR. AND IRS. W. LAWSON, Shelton. were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Kidd On Saturday evening, Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Huey and children visited in tile Shelton home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Stuller. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Challender, Shelton. Mrs. Al Chappell and Mrs. Walter Chappell enjoyed an evening ice skating Sunday at Matlock. Sunday callers in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kidd were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Churchill, Sheltcn. Gary Combs spent Saturday overnight with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Scab Combs. THE R. S. HUEY family had Slmday dinner as guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Anderson. Sunday dinner guests of Mr and Mrs. L. A. Todd were Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Todd and daughter, Mrs. Marvin Hewer and son Tony of Manchester. Robin. Audrey and Donna, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Willis Tibbits. Lost Lake spent Saturday overnight with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Allen Tibbits. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Evers and children visited Sunday evening in the Matlock home of Mr. and Mrs E. S. Evers. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Todd spent Sunday evening visiting with the Eldon Todds, Shelton. Electric Home Heating _- it# Clean As Electric Light The cleanest way to heat your home is with built.in ELECTRIC home heating--the modern system that cre- ates heat instantly, silently, automatically Electric heat is as clen as electric light--and as safe and silent, too. With warmth-by-wire, there's no fuel, no storage requirements, no flue, no fumes--just the even warmth that you can control, room by room, with individual thermostats. Your walls, your draperies, carpets and furniture will stay clean longer. Ask for the facts about the home heating system of tomorrow that's here today---clean, quiet, comfortable electric heat. P.U.D. NO. 3 MASON COUNTY JACK COLE, president; TOM WEBB, vice-president; ED TAYLOR, secretary; CLAUDE DANIELSON, manager Among Your Merchants I{OI{EIITS NO%V COMPLETE ()'NEll OF ENCO STATION \\;Vith his prcllase of the part- nership interest of Jim Durand. Bill Roberls is now sole owner of the Eneo Service Station at Fifth and Raih.oad avenuc. Earlier. Roberts had bought into tile business through purchase of the partnership of Les Young, who has since gone into ttle insurance busuless. Durand's futuz.c plans have not been definitely de- termined at this time. BENNETT GETS TWO PAINTING CONTRACTS A Shelton paint contracting firm. the Bennett Painting Com- pany, owned by Gordon Bennett, has secured contracts to paint the main hangar at the Shelton air- port from the Shelton Port Com- mission and the interior of the Capitol Apartments in Olympia from J. E. Angle of Shelton. OLSEN FURNITURE SCHEDULES BIG SALE Three valuable door prizes a Stratolounger reclining chair valued at $129. a large desk and a brass pole lamp--feature a gigan- tic furniture sale which opens at Olsen Furniture Company this Fri- day. Details may be found in the Olsen advertisement on page 3, William Robertson Succumbs At 80 V:;lliam A. Robcrtson. 80, passed away Monday, Jazz. 14, 1963, at the Shelton General Hospital. Mr. Robertson made his home at 223 Nortll 51.h street and had been a resident of Mason county for 35 years. He was bozm in Salina, Utah, September S. 1882. He had been an ernl)loyce at Rayonier. Inc., Mason Co. courthouse and the Shelton General Hospital. He also did gardening. The funeral \\;\'ill be held at 1 p.m. Saturday at the Batstone Fu- neral Home. Interment will be in Shelton Memorial Park. Rev. Ma- son Younghmd will officiate. Survivors inclnde his wife, Mrs. Ella A. Robertson. Shelton: 3 sons, Mel and Lloyd, Shelton, and Dick, Eureka. Calif.; 1 daughter. Mrs. Myrtle Strankman. Shelton; 2 brothers, Joseph Robertson, Boise, and Raymond. Issaquah; 2 sisters, Mrs. Clara Adams. Calif., and Mrs. Delia Clayton, Wenatehee. V. J. Simmons Funeral Tomorrow The funeral of Valentine J Sim- mons of Lompae, Calif., \\;viii be - Obituaries - Burial Service For Blevins Infant Burial service for Nanette Blev- vins. who died Jammrry 14, 1963, will be held at the Methtodist Cemetery in White Swan, Wash. The infant was born January 13, 1963. Surviving are the parents, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Blevins, Shelton: 2 brothers, Richard. Jr. and David. at the family home; grandparents, Mr. and Mrs Lloyd Puyette and Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Blcvins. all of Sbelton. ........................... Service Saturday For Katie Cooke The funeral service for Katie Elizabeth Cooke will be at 10:30 a.m. Saturday at the Batstone Fu- neral Home. Interment will be in Shelton Memorial Park.. Mrs. Cooke passed away at her home in Shelton Valley Tuesday, Jan. 15, 1963. She was born in Olympia Dec. 15. 1884 and moved to Mason county 70 years ago. Survivors include 5 brothers. held at 2 p.m. Friday at tile Bat- John H. Insel. Gig Harbor. Waldo stone Funeral Home in Shelton. Mr. Simmons died January 14, 1963 in California. Interment will be in Shelton Memorial Park. Survivors include his mother, Mrs. Jane Simmons, Shelton; 1 brother, Clyde Simmons, Calif., and 1 sister, Mrs. Sally Birch. A., William A. and Fred P. Insell, all of Shelton and Eugene T. In- sel of Redmond; a nephew, George Cooke, Shelton. The weakest spot with mankind is where they fancy themseh, es most wise.---C. Simmons. John Visser Rites Held Saturday John Visser, Shelton , passed away at his home Jan. 7. 1963. Mr. Visser was a 32-year resident of harSOn county. Hc was born Jail. 27, 1907, in Holland. The funeral service was held at 11 a.m last Saturday at the Bat- stone Funeral Home. key. Eu- gene Knautz officiated. Interment was in Shelton Memorial Park. Page 5 i i r ]. RACHEL KNOTT GUILD The Rachel Knott Orthopedic Guild will meet for a 12:30 p.m. hmeheon meeting tomorrow at the home of Mrs, Richard Brewer. N[eekness is not weakness..--.Sir Villianl Chn'ney Benllam [ I I NEW DLUE OX FR I D.SAT.--O N LY OPENS 6:45 Survivors include Iris wife, Ber- ---: .......... tha Visser. Shelton; 4 brothers, :,-': BtBRICMAIll Cornelius and Keith of Crescent ...... : -:% .,..<k:i:' B GdZR City, Calif., and Jack and Bob of  DICK CLARK Arcata, Calif.; 4 sisters. Mrs. ,; INABALIN Marie Wonslegel and Mrs Jane EDDIE AI.SERI' Blair, Sedro VVooley, Miss Mary-  etta Visser, San Fanciseo. Calif ........ and rs. Jack Clark. San Jose, i Calif.: 3 step-children, Mrs. Marie ............ McGhee and William and Robert Pulsifer, all of Shelton: 2 grand- children and 2 great-grandchildren. You exist but as a part inherent in a greater whole--Marcus Aurel- ius. YOU SHOULD KNOW... C N-T--w ! L L 0 U R Do you know whether or not your Life Insurance Company has ac- knowledged your wife's date of birth ? Ph. 426-8139 = - - - -- I These Ilems .m. 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