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January 17, 1963     Shelton Mason County Journal
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High Holds Benefit Dance For Burned Family; Civil Defense Benefit Dance the Jnnior High held a for the John's fami- Lday the family's home bur- are six, small children family. was held at noon. The donated articles of cloth- food for admission. boxes of clothing were and the Johns family up- this gesture of klnaness ae community very much. Defense Course adult Civil Defense in "Family Preparedness" second session. The last will be held Jan. 17, 24 at 7:30 at the Junior This course is very for at least one adult family[ The course co- individuals responsibili- his own protection in case and the facts concerning attacks fallout, conven- ttack, and biological war- course will be conduct- this one if enough people PTA will be held Monday, Jan. Canal Jr. High. It will ).m. Rescue Council a film called "Moun- Care". This film will interest to men and people interested in moun- Lmbing. council will have a speaker bout mountain safety.  Home Ec Class 9th grade Home Ec Class knitting lessons last Thurs- :t, Mrs. Roberson coming in i}._the beginners. Many of the iWho already knew how to :!arted knitting bedroom sllp- i_'class-- had just finished mak- rons. Many different pat- nd prints were used.  Skating Party it Junior High will hold a Ska- iparty. tonight for all the stu- '.n. the seventh through 9th Ltime will be from 7 to 9:30 vtr. and Mrs. Jackson will Sports Hood Canal 9th grade bus- team had a game wit Mason last Friday. The sco- 28-15 in North Mason's Robert Miller who made 11 was high point man for Canal. Jerry Cheatham also roe points, and Tim Bry- one point. Hood Canal line-up was as follows: were Robert Miller and forewards were Jerry mm and Willie Pierce; the was Tim Bryant. The rest 9th grade players were Roy Johns, Dave Kilbourne Hansen, Mike Moore, John and Vic Anderson. Their ame Js Jan. 24 at Pt Town- il,  seventh and eighth grade ihad a game with North ::in last Friday. The game fol- ., the 9th grade game. The L.was 18-11 North Mason fa-: !igh point man for Hood Ca- :asMikeMcDowell with six .'_oanny Waters also made ..p mrs and Art Tozier made oints The starting line-u ODd CAnal wa P . _ s as follow  were David Rose and Bill ; forewards were Gene  and Mike McDowell and :i" was Art Tozier. The rest '}e Players were Bob Cleve- Peteru Cossette, Dan Waters, :|.i'i th, Percy Hooey, and v,~ctnt,e. The seventh and :nLade s next game is with /'re Jan. 17. The game will :::day Jan. 11 Lower Skokom- .... d a gae Wteh Kamislc:e !ame was throe The - :25-28 Karailche favor the were made by Joe Camp- Lo made two points the Iirst It, three points in the second :: i!!11, four Points in the third L,,he made four points in arts quarter by making two oks. Dan Cleveland made a lade four points !ll T a total of twd points. Jon ,nTneade a total of two : e rest of the players Steve Lyman, Dave Robbins john Gregory. L. rs Replad r frOWn an' carpenter and con- ial[Om the Middle Skoko- :. my, has jfist conmleted ' !iIng lour sets of exit do'ors at wer Skokornish School. The Class Being Taught doors and stoppers were items of deferred for years and were bey- ond repair. Th e building suffered much heat loss because of the old doors as well as being unsafe. Fi- nancial aid was received for this project under the Johnson O' MaN ley Act. Foundation Replaced A sharp noticeable drop in the West wall of the Hoodsport gym was investigated and found that the foundation was completely rot- ted. It was up against the dirt and water from a missing water drain spout was forming a small lake under the gym. Workmen repairing the foundatiol discover- ed that most of the oor jots s were rotted back some four feet and parts of the sub-floor and hard wood gym floor dryrotted. A fine job of rapid repair of the damage was done by the tannings of Hoodsport. Sheriff Investigation The Sheriff's office is still in- vestigating the breakage of five windows at the Hood Canal Junior High New Years Eve. There is some indication that a dynamite blast caused the breakage. It would be appreciated if anyone with any knowledge of the blast to call and report it to the Sheriffs depart- ment. SHELTON--MASON COUNTY JOURNAL- Published in "Chr!stmastown, U.g.A.% Shelton, Hcwad Tramme[I By Rachel Freelin tELFAIR.-.-Tbe sudden death of Howard 'Yrammell, stricken with a heart attack Jan. 10, came {'t a shock to his many friends in Belfair. Mr. Trammell had lived here since 1949, retiring last July from the Navy Yard, where he was employed as an accounting technician. Mr. Trammell, who served over- seas during World War II with the 41st infantry, was a past com- mander of District 4, Veterans Of Foreign Wars, and also of the lo- cal Nuel Curtis Post 5372 V.F.W, Other local organizations in which he had been active were Twanoh Grange, Hood Canal Lodge F&AM, and Belfair Chapter, 241, Order of Eastern Star. Survivors include two sons, Howard I. Jr. in the navy and George H. of the air orce. His wife, Mildred, well remem-i bored for her activities in Garden Club and Veterans' organizations, i passed away several years ago at their North shore home here. Arriving just too late to make last week's paper, another little girl joined the list of 1963 ar- rivals. The latest is Amy Jean, who was born at Harrison Hos- pital in Bremerton, Jan.. 7, and welcomed by parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Lincoln, two brothers and a sister. CONGRATULATIONS GO TO The present spell of very cold weather caught many of our local residents unprepared, and so from various homes comes reports of frozen and also broken water pipes, etc. Meanwhile local plumbers are "making hay," and while the cold snap is on. And the worst is still to come they say. MRS. ERNA ROSSELL of BeN fair and \\;Vanda Nilson of Union motored to Carlton, Ore. last Saturday morning, starting out early and bringing back with them their mother, Mrs. W. F. Orr to her daughter's home at Belfair. Mrs. Orr had visited relatives in Oregon since Thanksgiving day. Mrs. Mary Traeger, mother of :Bob Gwin, who has resided in this vicinity fro' the past five years or so, left for her new home at Kent, Saturday morning, where she will be occupying a cottage of her granddaughter, Mrs. Arnn Williamson. During the time of her residence at Union, Mrs. Trae- ger nde :Alany friends, who al- though reluctant to have her leave, wish her happiness and bel:- ter tealth in her nmv sm'round- lugs. The Monday painters enjoyed their two-hour work session last Monday, and each one made a couple of still life studies. Some of the sketches of the group of seven women will be seen on dis- play shortly at the Hood Canal Women's Club house. David Bar- clay is insttamtor. Emily Miller and Louisa Pul- sifer are the two remaining basket weavers of the Skokomish reserva- tion. There are unfortunately only a few of the older people remain- ing today of the "Twadoch," or Twana Tribe. According to latest reports-- Union post office was one of the fe w to have on hand an ample supply of one cent stamps, on which a mzsh was made when new postal regulations came in a week ago. The scarcity of the one-cent- ers creating subject material when buyers bought out the supply to add the extra cent stamp to the four cent stamps on hand. Post Master Wanda Nilson who is Key postal instructor for the district was on duty in the post office at Mancester two days last week. Fire Destroys Skokomish Home Of Mrs. Emily Miller LastWeek The Army National Guard, the largest active ready resezwe com- ponenV of the Army, includes 21 infantry divisions and 6 armored divisions, plus many ether com- bat and support units. There are approximately 400,000 officers and men serving actively in the Army National Guard. the rescue of the child, and re- moved her from the blazing struc- ture. As it was the little child suffered severe burns on her hands and face, as she was trying to crawl along the floor toward the stairway. Credit is due Mrs. Mil- ler for her quick action in ]-each- ing the little girl. At the present time Mrs. Mille]- and her grand- children have taken shelter in a small cabin on the premises. Friends and neighbors have col- lected clothing and articles needed by the family. It is feared that handsome old hand woven baskets, and also a rare and valuable his- toric record of the ancient Sko- komish people may have been de- stroyed by the blaze. The docu- ment was written by Charlie Mil- ler, husband of Emily, and bore authentic historical matter un- known to even old time white pioneers. Mr. Miller as Henry Allen was born in the old time hamlet of Union City. Nine members ' of fhe Iriion Ladies Civic Club attended the Thursday meeting at Union Com- munity hall. Hostesses were Mrs. Mary Jarcho and Mrs. Edna John. son at the noon day potluck lunch- eon. No program was arranged for the day, however plans were discussed for the cook book the club nembers plan on putting out later in the season, Mrs. Nina Mil- ler being named as chairman. The election of officers was put off until the next meeting_whic h is in February. Mesdames Dick Buechel, Karl O'Berry and Bill Timm being named on the nomi- nating committee. Relatives and friends of Mrs. Alfred Cowan are glad to hear of her improved condition at Clinic rmspital Shelton, and that her condition is satisfactory. Mrs. Cowa underwent a major surg- ery at the hospital Tuesday of last Week. It is hoped she may be re- tin'fled to her Union home shortly. shortly. After spending the holidays in Seattle visiting relatives--an'd en- joying life, Mrs. Don Beckman is trying to catch up with things at home. Her house guests, Mrs. Jean Reed of Seattle, of the past week left for home the first of the week, after an enjoyable visit at Robin Hood place. THE HOOD CANAL Womans' Club convenes today at 11 a.m. at he club house at Potlatch. During the absence of Pres. Helen Thwaites, Mrs. Vera Shortsleeves will preside. The noon potluck luncheon will be presided over by the comniittee in charge. Mrs. Marie Turner of Union will present a book review on Carmen Crazy Eric's SHAKERAMA Thick, 4 -k Thursday O roamy t. * Friday ,, D E LU X E B U,G E,and SFRIESH A K E Crazy Eric's--.,00 Washington Bdfai)', is Taken By Death Unexpectedly . Mr, Alfred ltonlie of the North Orthopedic Hospital. all times, this correspondent is Shore, who :-qs inatalled as presi- dent of O:b:: L,,:e 35. Sons of Norway, at ('e: ,.monies at Nor- way Hall in Dremerton on Jan. ]].'Mr. Blomiie i a charter n]em- ber of the active organization. And best wishes to Miss Mary- anne Gordon, North Mason High School teacher, whose engagement to Nilliam Raines was recently an- nounced. The couple plan a June wedding. The wedding of Miss Carol Bar- rieau, daughter of Thomas Bar- rieau of the old highway, and Mrs. O'Beirne; to John Hoffman, Traey- ton, was held Jan. 10 at the Com- munity Baptist Church. The couple's attendants were Carolyn iMarshall and James Jordan. The bride wore a floor length gown of white lace and satin for the 8 p.m. ceremony. A yellow and white color scheme was car- ried out in the flowers used in the church and the decorations for the reception in the fireside room which followed. Mrs. W. G. Woodard and Mrs. J. R. Menear. aunts of the bride, served. The young couple will make their first home on the beach road in Annopalis near Port Orchard. A new member, Mrs. Richard Burrell, was welcomed into the Frances Gladwin Orthopedic Guild at its last meeting, at the home of Mrs. Boyd Hunter on Jan. 9. The Guild reminds all those who have not yet purchased new li- cense plates, that every old plate turned in at any of the local gas stations helps raise money for the' And speaking of reminders, the important cancer fihn showing at the Community Church on Jan. 24 is free to the women of the com- munity who are urged to attend this part of the American Cancer Society's state wide project in the fight against the disease. Mrs. Shackleford has named her committee of helpers for the eve- ning: Mrs. Glenn Criss, Mrs. Rex Crossen, Mrs. Jack Dean, leers. Stun Freelin, Mrs. Jack Harris, Mrs. James Huffman and Mrs. Lee Lopriore. Dr. Amaly Frese will be present to give professional answers to any questions. FOR THE PAST TWO Sundays the William Hunts have held open house at their lovely new hilltop home above Mission Creek, invit- ing their friends to drop in for coffee and enjoy the breathtaking view of the canal along with the hospitality. [ Everyone is wishing a speedy recovery to Ecker Swanson, popu- lar operator of Swansons North Shore Grocery, who is "relaxing" under doctor's orders. Mrs. Charles (Vi) Williams is taking care of the business until he is back at work again. Probably no one needs to be re- minded that these cold days and nights signal the time to feed the wild birds. Living between three neighbors who run year-round feeding stations, Mrs. Claire Bogle, John Berns and the John Jacob- sens, and trying to keep her own feed box and suet cones filled at sure of one thing. Birds may not talk, but they certainly have ,,ome way of eommunicationg. Each day the flocks grow larger as the news spreads, and we are beginning to wonder if there are any left back in the words. But there have been some rare and lovely visitors along with the common varieties, and the bird books are getting well-thmnbed. THE CHUCK WAGON Raiders 4-H group is planning a Round-up for Jan. 26. The group has been sponsoring, a d,botting program for horse-ovmers in the community as their latest project. Those who can sing, act or play the banjo, and who enjoy taking part in community productions are asked to contact either Mrs. Cady or Mrs. Shearer, who as chairmen of the PTA Minstral show are looking for more talent for the production. Can WasCdngton really afford forest wildfires year after year? Remember trees mean jobs, hunt- ing, fishing and camping. In the woods, on the highways and else- where, be careful not to start a forest fire. Keep Kashington Green. / on t9' A.M. SPEGI AL PARKER'S QUITS BUSINESS AND NOW TO FORCE OUT STOCKS STILL REMAIN- ING we are regrouping and repricing for ab- solute and immediate sellout now. Regardless of cost or loss this stock must be liquidated fast. Hurry now as entire back stock now goes at cost, NEAR COST AND BELOW COST! Van 1-Ieusen Oress Shirts WHITE & COLORED 10:00 A.M, 96 SPECIAL EAGH Limited stock. If sleeves are too long, make short sleeve shirts. LADLES' SPORTSWEAR broken sizes -- BLOUSES ! SWEATERS ! CAPRIS ! ETC. FAR BELOW AOTUAL WHOLESALE GOST. Page 9 Young Democrats To Meet On Jan. 17 Membership eligibility for the year of 19(3 i the Mason County Young Democrats' Club was of- ficially closed Friday A meeting of the Ymng Demo- crats will be held Jan. 17 at: 8 p.m. i] the Commissioner' Room of the Mason County Courthouse. The election of new officers for ]963 will be held. All members are urged te attend and vote. Non- members who are interested are welcome to attend. Les Joslin SUGGESTSI Let me help you determine just what your family would get from Social Security alone. Then I'll prepare a complete Security Plan for your consideration . . . show you how Social Security and life insurance can work together. 1627 SUMMIT DRIVE ' PHONE 42,6-6573 CLOSED THURSDAY TO SLASH PRICES AGAIN! DOORs OPEN 10:00 a.m. FRIDAy Prices Will Continue To Drop until Everything Is Gone! SHOES JARMAN CROSBY SQUARE U.S, KEDS SPOILT COATS Reg. to $1.50 NOW AS LOW AS GOOD GROUP REG. Below to $37.50 Men's Suits 37' who,o0000,o .ow $10077 Cost,. ! Low As m=mm _ . tt00tx Men's F ne DRESS SLAgKS ,to O erstocked on sizes I.SIS 29- 30- 31- 32 -- Reg. to $22.95 All Sales I]nal, $ No for $']''/ NOW AS LOW AS 4 77 Cash n Carry Telephone Orders No Lay-a-ways! No Retu rns (Alterations Extra) p A R K E R'S m. and MRS. SHOP SHELTON, WASHINGION I