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January 24, 1963

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January 24, 1963 SHELTON MASON COUNTY JOURNAL Published in "Christmastown, U.S.A.", Shelton, Washington Page 3 Furniture ntinues Save 20% to S0% On Quality Furniture OPEN FRIDAY NIGHT TIL 8:30 6 Davenport & Chair Suites All hand tied coil spring base construction. All foam rubber cushions. Example--One beautiful light green, was $349.50 -- NOW $1 9S 00 4 Man-size Reclining Chairs All coil spring base foam rubber construc- tion. All either beige or brown. Example-- One Danish-style, was $139.50 -- NOW $9900 8 Desks, all styles All finishes, Eastern made quality struction. Walnut, Mahogany, Blond Maple. NOW--from $3500 con- and 4 Only, Zenith 23" T.V. Drastically reduced. Black and Write con- sole models. Remote control sets, too. i00IGN UP FOR FREE DOOR PRIZES r* 9 Swivel Rockers Sofa Pillows..... $[ All Pottery {- price Large and small sizes, four different | styles. All fine covers. All Colonial Style =50 aria =65 Accessories . . .price STRATOLOUNGER RECLINING CHAIR ,OJnd regular retail value -- $129.95 L LARGE DESK 3rd with 5 big drawers regular price -- $59.95 BRASS POLE LAMP regular price -- $17.95 Open Every Day .. 8:30 to 5:30 Olsen Furniture ......... Company 328 COTA STREET Last Day of Sale Saturday, Jan. 26 00/At Hoodsport During The Week l County Is Part of Tourism, IWeddings:,,, Anniversaries Honored, o,m Recreation Potential, Study,00o, I'I;RJ:;(', ddtn : p:ze; atnv isC I  ndole :: ':: ]?to:: Yis a " "hinf :" tailn, "i'r22rtiC dalctni " Hoe. ' gs an.i i a ./da. or, u hl) t.. y " i ! 00n,o, ,,o "*o o' . federal government's Are Rede- i atim?al and to -., [ "" ."" " " i [ '. .  .'  ", .,, veloTllePmenstudyt Act.xas, initiated at a \\;speelIlC'elpmen" recomnqen(latlons., for de- ' The the is to meeting last week attended by purpose of study representatives of the five coun- investigate tne possibilities of in- * * Jack Franklin and Jerry is the more progress than Morainic! Lies, Mason, Grays Harbor, Jef- creasing the tourist-recreation Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Schroc- m--. .= (let, Bellevue, became the parents .o00a b00by 00irl last Saturday a, ...--..___ ie ,'qlllb ) the hake Memorial Hospital in  Bellevue. The new baby joins a i}r  1I '' brother Tommy. 8. '. Grandparents are M:r. and Mrs. .- __ Laurence Munson Shelton and r. Frank Schroeder Bellevue. hurstn :avings & Loan introduces a New - ----- VE B Y-M A!.[, oErIteIIler  Owi cIiow .... ,,:...,,. AS NEAR '' ' AS YOUR i l FOR BOT IDEPOSITS THDRAWALS In the convenience of your own home fill au: your savings account deposit or with- wa, records on the handy detachable tab on the envelope and mail it in the al- ready-addressed envelope. You can get these convenient "Save-by-Mail" envel- P?sbystopping in, phoning or writing ezt . . YOUR SAVINGS t current almual rates EARN DIVIDENDS AT 4%% @ COmpounded four times almually Shelton Branch Th.urston County Federal Savings & Loan Association Accounts Insured to $10,000.00 by the F.S.L,I.C. 9 A.M.  4 P.M. Monday thru Thursday 10 a,m. to 5:30 p.m. Fridays Home Office Branch Office 5th & Capitol Way 4) 313 Railroad Ave. Olympia, Wash. Shelton, Wash. DEPOSIT BOXES . Private, Confidential, Economical N 0 T I Q E : C,onhnuously Now open Fridays 5,30 p.m. --10:00 a,m, to son of the Maurice Kaares. Later in the day a reception was held at Holiday Beach Club house for the young couple. Their first home will be in Potlatch. On Friday evening in the Ralph Endicott home at Spencer Lake, Nancy Young became the bride of Tom Endicott. Nancy is the daugi]- ler of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Young. The ceremony w&s performed by Rex,. Wallace Bell in the presence of the immediate families. Nancy and Tom are living in Shelton. The home Mr. and Mrs. Fred Johnson was the scene of a party on Wednesday night to celebrate the forty-fifthwedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Hale Their daughter, Mrs. Muriel Gremm of Pullnaan, spent the week with her parents and arranged the party in their honor. Twenty-two of t'heir old friends enjoyed the evening. A donble we'tding anniversary was celebrated by Mr. and Mrs. Harold Sund and' their daughter and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Barnett of Tacoma. The Bar- netts were married a year ago on their parents twenty-second anni- versary, Jan. 13 which also hap- pens to be Harold's birthday. The two couples met in Seatt'le for dinner and later attended the Ice- capades together. This past Sun- day, Sylvia Sund and Lynn Bar- nett were honored with all early birthday dinner at, the Sund home. George Jarvis has reached the Jim Scott, five year old son of the Richard Scotts of Olympia, along with his family enjoyed a birthday dinner at Grandma Ro- sie's house on Sunday. Also pres- ent to enjoy the dinner were the And3" Scotts and Wayne Scott from Seattle. Vm'ne Gustafson had the rots- fortunate to hit a slick spot on the Cushman Road one day last week and ended up in the ditch. He suffered a badly broken arm and spent a few days in the Shcl- ton Hospital. Ten of Leslie Gwinn's friends gathered at the home of Mrs. An- dy Scott on Monday night to pre- sent to her a st.rolle] for that new little boy, Casey Lee. The evening was spent visiting and playing games. Aria Yocom assisted with the refreshments. Mr. and Mrs. John Tornesis of Paulsbo spent Smlday with the Fred Johnson family. Mrs. *I'orne- sis is a sister of Mr. Johnson. A group of Hoodsport children eu- tcrtained for the Democratic Club meeting in the PUD auditorium in Shelton last week. Kim Miehaets tap danced, Sandy Borevesky sang a solo accompanied by Don Bear- den. Later Sandy and Don played an accordion and guitar duet. Nol to be out-done by his big brother, tsradley Bearden also sang a solo accompanied by Dermic These children are acquiring quite a re- putation as entez'tainers for vari- ripe old age of six years. A few ous clubs and organizations. f his littl%friends dropped in on Friends of Rachel Endicott will a.tt, tray a:tmnoon to help him{ be glad t,o hear she is up 'tud cemorate. 'snefp]a,'y, was a con> labout after a seige of pneumonia plete suece hat we hear. l\\;vhich kept this busy young me- Games were played, complete with[ ther in bed for a wee'k. ' Allyn Port " " ' Commtsston Plans. Open ,00eeting On Dock Repairs By u y on Osten new ALLYN -- Notice is hereby giv- en to resi4enks of Allyn and sur- rounding aeas that an open meet- ing of the Allyn tort Cmhnis- sion will be held at the Allyn Fire Hall on Jan. 25 at 8 P.m. Plans for repairs of the dock will be discussed. Your views on the sub- ject will be greatly appreciated Please plan to attend. Anyone interested m learning how to operate emergency equip- Lnent and now holds a first aid card, or would take the neces- sary training to get one-  ........ ed to get in touch With e'i,2 s- Libel, 1%l- chard Knight or HOWard Wynn. Phone CR 5-2301 or CR 5-2428. THE AMERICAN Cancer So- ciety is showing two short films on cancer at Belfair Baptist Com- munity church Jan. 21, at 8 p.m. Dr. Amaly Frese Will be there to answer your questions. Re- freshments will be served. No so- licitation of funds as this is a ser- vice to the community women from American Cancer Society to help fight cancer. Birthday Club this month was held at the home of Mrs. Marg- aret Rice. A very delightfnl po{:- hick ,vas served Wha ,.. 2,," t gO,,u cooks we have in Auyn, Twelve n]eltl- bets and three children at,tended and Mrs, Rice's daughter, Mrs. Shirley Vasbinder was a guest. Everyone staffed thcnselves with good flod and COnversation Nexl ]heeling will be bold at the' llome uf Mr:-;. Elaine I{OWalezvk. MR. AND MRS. EAL Terrell enl.ertainecl the Von Oaten clan at dinner and a most delightful evenillg on Tuesd;ly evening. M'r. and Mrs. Steve Boyce have 1,el lU'll ed honle after a r lonth's sty in ChicaRo With their nephew and his family, Mr. and Mrs. Ri- chard Paul:son and three child- ren. They took in Seve,, h,,,. Zl,'25m ny'200 ", 3 went down in a reproduction of a COal mine The went down 65 feet ' " ant saw all the workings of a mine. They saw several of tile skyscrapers and apartments, On their way home they stopped at Billings, Mont., to visit Mrs. Betty Stock- land and her family. Mrs. Stock- land is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Terrell. A MOST delightful afternoon was spent last Thursday as Mrs. M'argie Beeson and Karen and Dmmie, and Mrs. Heather Marsh and Kathy dropped by Mrs Judy Von Osten's to see the new little Shari Lynn and have coffee. Mrs. Jan Knutson. Mrs. Sylvia Hanson, Miss. Susie Von Ostcn and Mrs. Judy Von Osten and daughters enjoyed Monday after- noon at Mrs. Elaine Kowalczyk's. Mr. and Mrs, Sam Clements at- tended the Golden Anniversary oi their daughter's mother and fa- ther-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Vert- tees, on Sunday afternoon RONNIE SHARER. 11 years old, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dick Sharer injured his eye and has !ost sight in one eye and is un- dergoing surgery to restore his sight. He is in Hlra'ison Memof ial Hospital and will he there for quite sonletime and I kuow he would appreciate cards. All of A1- lyn wishes him a quick and spee- dy recovery. T. W Johnson ircm Colder Creek was in a collision Thursday night at Belfair Sorry we deW1 know any of the details. Ambul:me(, was called to Vic- tor Ttlursday night to i.he hoill( of Jack (?ross who sul'fe!'ed : h('a rl. a thick. Mrs. Ethel IRothleim and Mrs. l,eola Nobh called on Mrs Lois Terrell Friday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs, alu Clelnell ts were dinner guests of lql', and Mrs Earl Tcrril. on Saturday ev- ening' The Belfair firemen's ladies' anxiliary is sponsoring a, teen- age dance Friday, Jan. 25 at Bel- fair Fire Hall. To ask wisdom of Gad is the beginning of wisdom..Mary Baker Eddy. ferson, Clallam and Pacific. business in the area as a means Two members from each coun-I f improving its economic posi- ty were appointed to a committee I Lion. to make the preliminary study. UNDER THE ARA program. Named by County Commission studies are made to explore the chairman Martin Auseth as the potential of an area to eneour- Mason County representatives age private capital to invest in were Wes Johnson. managm o: the necessary faciliLies. Alderbrook Inn at Union and Counties elegible under the Charles Peck. county extension agent THE FIRST PHASE of the stu- dy will be to assemble in usable detail a summary inventory of all physical features which relate to tourism and recreation, including natural assets, hi ghways and transportation services, popula- ARA program are also eligible for lmv interest rate government loans to private businesses to con- struct needed facilities to increase employment and the area's econo- mic position. Use Journal Want Ads made Br days like " One ingredient is priceless: 7t the Water" Visih 's we/co c. Olympia Brc:eing Company. Olympia. Woshinglon. Oly * ' , [ FOR DO-IT- 3,'4" -- 4' x 8' 7-ply plywood complete wth seat $13.45 .'. * pre-finshed stainless steel P H i L I P P IN E M A H 0 G A N Y Sink Panels Double compartment -- complete " -- 4 x 8' V-Groove 3.piece cast Bath Set with deluxe fittings Combination SIorm and Screen Doors Pre-hung, self storing Aluminum Threshold $1-" 49 5 (,,,ly l{eg. $4.OO m $39s EA. Spray Paint * n L00ghh g Fixtures Inlaid Linoleum 9' x 9' 3 patterns 0 81/ T|le leach Industrial & Builders Supply !:__t', Fn'st and Pine 426-4393