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Page 16 SHELTONMASON COUNTY JOURNAL- Published in "Chrstmastawn, U.S.A.", Shelton, Washington Thursday, January Tw o Grapeview Residents Home _ I.,8m, ..  Arm,'      i After Long Stays In Hospitals ILJriJYf, d[IL.D"?'/!m\\;liTJ| Im ImJJt/,BI @'i GRAt EVIEVV The Fred Lutz ! ii '!i!! & lIIii  r Freeman, a retired Air Force of- " ricer, and his wife are formerly from Seattle. They have three chin school, Ray, who is four and Vir- ginia Ann who will join her fatal- $1t)5 SIRLOIN STEAK ! ly next week a.t the close of the school semester, She plans to at- sophomore.tend SheltOnwelcome!High School as a U21ICFHNOIE?%ELL TRIMMED .: .............................. Ib 9 Fair Harbor Grange will hold a potluck supper at the home of Mr. 1 ;&' I =o cltl00:00 T BONE STEAK a;mL%,,: :en;lhha  r?  , c ......... ..... b $ helpful if dues were mailed direct- i ly to grange treasurer. Bill Spoo- lamily is .eompleLe once again sin- ce Fred returned home last Friday after spending several weeks a't Barnes Veterans' Hospital in Van- couvel:. %;Velcomc home. Fred and "we're happy you're feeling bet- ter! so Alo.'lturned to our con]munity ithis past week after months spent a.t Seattle's Rehabilitation Center ras Irs: ' Hall (Dixie} Shepard. }Dixie hadeen receiving treatment for hero,hip which fractured last year inn fall at her job in Aber- [deem | A pro-birthday outing and ccle- |bration was enjoyed by several [young gentlemen of Grapeview {iast Friday evening when Master Joel Zehe played host to his class- mates, treating them to the Shel- iton Hi-Climber South Kitsap bas- |ketbaLl game at the Shelton gym, }followed by an overnight at his l Stadium Beach home. Undaunted I bY the fact that his eleventh birth- da.y wasn't until Jan. 16, Joel tho- l'oug3alN appreciated his birthday part, cake and gifts and the cam- net, thus saving the secretary the  panionship of his friends. Joining C.C2%E.$y4 ............ /in the fun were Art Nicklaus, Don l: " Pogreba, Leslie Okonek and Don Somers; and, we should say, as- sisting the young host were par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Zehe. Happy birthday, Joel. Grapeview lothers' Club held its first meeting of the new year last Wednesday at the schoolhouse with eight mothers attending. Mo- thers were reminded that Shelton High's new science building is al- most completed and will be open- ed to students in the very near future. They were urged to visit the beautiftfl new classrooms and find ollt whaL our lasL year's tax cvy has pro'chased for our young- sters. Clem and Marge Hall Look a weekend respite from the tedium of mral living Saturday to drive south as for as South Bend for an overnlght with friends and former Grapeview neighbors. Joe and Ads Pedersen. After a very pleasant visit, the Holls returned home Sun. day, enjoying the new highway be- t:ween Raymond and Grayland, :.hcn gingerly traversiug the icy surface of the road home from Aberdeen. ALO TAKING to the t,,ighw'ays on Sunday, and making a full day of it. were Howard and MuRal Somers who. with Liz, Don and Kris, drove to Seattle in the early re(wRing, stopping to pick up How- ii'Wff mother. Mrs. Charles Somcrs. before paying a visit to niece and hshand, Gordon and Carol Rich- ,rdson' Mercer Island. ttigh point of the. most enjoyable day was seeing the fabulous Ice Capades ht tie Seattle Ice Arena. *'Sp6clc" and Irene Fredricks made the big" "move-in" last week to their brand new home at Sta- iu' Beach. Y0mlg marrieds, Richard and Car)l Okbnek drove out to Grape- view Sunday afternoon to have dinllW with Riehard's folks, :Mr. and Mrs. Ed Okonek. The young Okoneks are living in Tacoma wlille Richard pursues his job as a tool and die apprentice at Seattle's Boeing Aircraft Co. Louise Okonek is an "auntie" once aain. Diana Lynn Flora was bom Fday mormng in Tacoma to Lonise's sister. Mrs. Dean Flora. The newcomer jams two sisters and a brother. Mr. a.nd Mrs. Eke Eacrett spent last weekend here at their Grape- ,vmw home in ozler to be with -Ann's folks, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Eokert. Walt, who has been not quiete np to par lately, is still Lak- ing thi4!;s easy a.l his Stretch Is- land home. Our best wishes, Walt! Convalescing still from recent aurgery::are two Grapeview ladies: Mrs. Walter Clayton. Sr. was suf- ficiently recovered Tuesday to be released from Shelton General Ho- pitlnd is continuing to improve at home. Mrs. Ray Uhly remains at Sain Fncis Cabrini in Seattle bnt" peat:s to retm-n home very soon., I)INC]I flITTING for ore' fa- i, orite school bus driver Monday afternoon was teaeher-pSncipal Arthm::Zehe who took over when regflar driver Orin Buckingham with wife Ethel made a trip to Sattle to attend the funeral of daughter-in-law Billie's father, C. %V. Lamb.- The many nont.hs of faithful praclice paid off lasi Saturday eveninff at Shelton's Timber Bowl ",,+'hen Don Pogreba. Bill Staudt and Joe Engem with team mates Eldon Todd (Phil Hardie's father-in-law'- job of mailing so many notices. Sarah Eckert Orthopedic Guild members, please notice: The Guild will meet Friday, at 11 a.m. at the home of Mrs. Bill Staudt. Jr. This will be a luncheon and work meet- ing. Anyone wishing transporta- tion should be at the Grapeview store by 10:30 a.m. Lii!iwau.p Community Club Has Card Party By Mrs. Nell V,'mee L[LLIWAUP.- -Last Wedr the cold weather hit with a bang. Wednesday iL snowed a little then the temperatures started dropping every night Some places on the Canal it dropped to 10 degrees above, causing much discomfort, Birds of all kinds flocked to the Canal looking for something to eat. :Much work was stopped by the freezing weather. Lilliwaup Community Club pot- luck dinner Friday evening was well n':ended. The freezing weath- er di n't stop the card players from attending. THE BUSINESS MEETING was called to  'de. ,i 7 p,m. by the president Jack Lcimback. It was voted on l.o hoid a special card party Feb. 15. all proeeeds to go to the March of Dimes. all prizes and refreshments to be furnished by Lhe members. Pi- nochle followed the business meet- ing. Eight tables were played. I-igh score went to Virginia Allisoj and Bill Gilbert. second high, ' Ernesta Aaro and Jack Leimback. 300 pinochle to Mamie Kaare and Kathryn McIntyre. Frank Mclnt)re won the door prize. The series of five card parties ended Friday evening'. High for the series was won by Anna Johnson and Jack Leinback Mrs. Fred Martin and Bernice Leimback were hostesses for the evening. The next card party will be held 3an. 25, Emma Lee and Kathrs] McIntyre will be hostesses. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Knutson of Seattle. former residents of Lilli- waup, spent the weekend at Lilli- waup visiting friends. The Knutsons enjoyed Sunday dinner with M:r. and Mrs. Jack Johnston. Mrs. Jean :McKasson received word that her sister Eleanor Beavers of Port Angeles left New York Friday for France, where she will attend school for two years. PAULEY MOTORS GET A 6:1 DODGE THEY'RE DEPENDABLE ECONOMICAL -- LOW PRICED .LOW-GOST USED OARS &TRUOKS READY TO USE i956 RAMBLER sta. wag., 6-cylinder $595 1956 DODGE 4-door sedan .................... $595 1956 CIIEVRoLET 2-dr., sharp .......... $745 1953 STUDEBAKER -ton ................ $345 1946 DODGE ,i-ton ................................ $145 CAR OWNERS -- Come in and sign up for Dodge's 5 or 50 Sweepstakes. 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