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January 31, 1963

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January 31, i963 I-EJTON MA,,ON C01FIW JOURNAE" Publi.hed in e'(llr$.etmmetmc U.,%A." helton. Washington 17 ;Episcopal House Move To Caldornla Ethel Dalhy es are rry Mr. and Mrs. Thorn. of St. Andrews Episco- be leaving us Feb. have been at St. the past four years, and Mrs. Dinning as They have made on the Canal and also i, where they have been St. Davids Church. g to Mrs. Dinning, both husband have enjoy- .minute of their Canal -though their duties much of their time. planning to live some- San Francisco, and to be closer to their nearby. over duties at St. An- be Mr. and Mrs. Har- who have been oc- Clergy cottage for while learn- at St. Andrews, m hil e lending the duties to Mrs. Petersons were care- Camp David at Lake the past two years. Lewis of the Olym- headed of 18 Church in through i The Bishop returned on as leader of the Cler- who will be at St. An- Thursday a.m. rrY Club of the 18 in number evening, remaining after breakfast they left for their has the dist. been appointed of Unions Vol-: Dept. • drive for the l coffee cans. The new cof- and which the lo- has need of at this after a quick trip open air fire-truck air. So lets all coffee, ve the the cans and leave Union Garage Pearce of Shelton, and Mr. and Mrs. Leo Pearce. Postmasters Wanda Wilson and Betty Goodpaster of Hoodsport made the drive to Seattle Jan. 23, to attend the National Association of Post Masters meet at the Seat- tle Terminal Center. The postal heads enjoyed a dinner at the ca- feteria, and later the addresses of the several prominent speakers associated with the postal group. One of our older and distingui- shed citizens departed via jet pla- ne for Los Angeles last week, and will be tatting in the horse racing events at near by Santa Anita. For the second time in two weeks Mr. and Mrs. McNish of Union Marina have become grand par- ents. Two weeks ago a son was born to their son Raymond McNish and Mrs. McNish of Shelton and Friday evening a son was also born to Mr. and Mrs. Ray Krona of Shelton their daughter. This making a total of 7 grandchildren, three of whom are with the McNi- shes in their house-trailer at Uni- on. From indications, they will have to add an addition to acco- modate all of the youngsters be- fore too tong. DINNER GUESTS at the Rollie WaKers home on Sunday were Pat Sheely and children of Seattle, who also got in a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Pettitl Mr. Sheely being a relative of both families. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Whitacre of Oekride, Ore., have moved to Seal Rock, and spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Steve Morris, she being their daughter. Balls Bowling team of the House- wives League which includes, Mes- dames Stairs, Timm, Cowles and Jones of Union stand high at the present time. Also bowling on Tuesday are Hood Canal Marinas team with Mesdames Walters Sher- man, Niles and Updyke. Grant C. Angle I&/i=!ion Nears Completion Harstine Island Fire District Gets Approval By Donette . Glaser the evening visiting Carmen's Haxstine Island school received library, science and foreign language classes. The new building will take the Load off both the Irene S. Reed building and the junior high build- ing, R. W. Oltman. superintendent of schools said. The move will be made the first weekend after the building is finished, he said. "We are anxious to get moved in so we will have the rest of the year to iron out any kinks which may develop," Oltman said. • :.x.: ..:,::+:. LIGHTS GO UP  The lights in the library in the new Grant C. Angle school addition were be- ing installed last week as the building nears com- pletion. The lights in the rest of the building were already in. Except for some flooring and the special table tops for tables in the science room, the building is almost done. Part of the high school classes will be moved to the new building when it is completed, including offices, HARSTINE.- At the Monday meeting of the Mason County Commissioners they adopted a resolution t'r the formation of a fire district on Harstine and au- thorizing the auditor to set up a special election, naming the first three fire commissioners to be voted upon. They are Larry Jer- rells, Thomas Tierney and H. V. Gla set. H. V. Glaser. Master of the Harstine Island Grange, attended the Masters and Wifes conference Tuesday night at Skokomish Grange. The first lady of the Washington State Grange, Mrs. A Lars Nelson. also attended the meeting and spoke on legislation of great importance to Grangers. The Irvie Wingerts spent Tues- day visiting the Earl Parks of Grapeview. TIlE ARCHIE DOOLITTLES of Sumner spent Sunday at their summer home near the State Park. The Pickering Ladies' Club has extended an invitation to the mem- bers of the Harstine Island %Vo- men's Club and their husbands to attend a potluck dinner at the Pickering Club House Feb. 9 from 6 to 9 ferrys. Harstine Island Women's Club will meet at 12:30 p.m. Feb. 7 at the Ness Sebering home with Mrs. Sebering and Mrs. Hitchcock as hostesses. The Wayne Brownings of Seat- tle spent Sunday visiting the Sid Baunsgards and also looked over their property on the west side of Harstine. Sunday the Glenn Yates spent folks, the Dale Peughs. Special oc- casion was Mr. Peughs birthday. Belated greetings Dale. from all your Island friends. ON FRIDAY Glen. Carmen and Mrs. Peugh motored to Seattle and visited Mrs. Peugh's sister. Mrs. George Nelson. Mrs. Nelson's daughter and family, Mir. and Mrs. =Cleo Nelson Somers and girls, Stephanie and Jo of San Diego were just completing a northwest visit Cleo is known to many Is- landers as she spent her summers here when she was a girl. She asked to be remembered to all her Island friends. Florence and Larry Jerreus had as their guests yesterday Flor- ence's brother-in-law. Hugh Chap man and friends. Fred Clark,. AI Karlson and Bob Rhodes. all of Seattle. MONDAY EVENING the Jer- tells were the dinner guests of the Jim Lohrers. a. lot of attention this past week. The State Patrol paid them a visit and talked to the children about evete .safety. On Friday the County Nurse gave the children .earing tests and on Monday Mr. Merrifield paid them a visit. The American Legion Dept. of Wash. FRED B. WIVELL POST 31 Jay Umphenour. Commander J. Mel Dobson, Adjutant Meetings 1st and 3rd Tuesdays FEBRUARY 5 and 19 At The Memorial Hall---8 p,m, i Ph. 426-8139 , i YOU N'IOULD KNOW• .. CLINT WILLOUR Do you know whether or not your Life Insurance Company has ac- knowledged your wife's date of birth? I.W. NATIONAL, ............ / IGhrist. Scientist Service Is Set The divine answer to humanity's most pez2olexing problems will be SIRLOIN r PIECES & STEMS 2-ounce  NOW .................. The Scribblers -- a newly or- ganized group interested in crea- tive writing held their first meet- ing Friday 'at the home of Mrs. Arthur Kraue at the Garden Spot Resort. Reading of original prose and verse, and class criti- cism is included in the program. The next meeting will be Friday been holdin Feb. 1, at 1 p.m. at the home of haired Mrs. D. H. Pierce. village barb( The Hood Canal Womans Club return with Mrs. art class met Monday at 1 p.m. at i their vacation trip the Chase studio. Dave Barclay, in- and Arizona. Local structor, put the class to work s having been noted making rapid five minute sket- instances due to ches from live models. A couple of women posing for brief periods , Nilson local post of time, and Miss Dtmdee Skelsey one to please ew postal to use of SEZ W t minded S till PUtting on the : ]ps, this adds to difficul- :he line of delivery,,. =as been kept on the past few weeks fro- water mains :ups etc. but PaUl :o omuchthis being livelihood--_and busy Allen bou t the aban- SChool Wednes- whose awarded him when he Sealed bids evening a had caused ' the time the vacant. MOst Panes having been and a general deter- Ac- Allen had crew at work his stalwart hand in Much of be re, and used by e shop he is building Allen plan to merchandise ,and plan on i at the Fisk, aucti- in charge. Max Dean of Shel- couple of lots their ga- and the frame also modeled during the two-hour work session. CONGRATULATION to Mr. and Mrs. Bill Miller on the birth of a daughter last Friday morning, at Everett and also Grandmother Nint Miller of Union. The little newcomer joins the family group as the "little sister" of Raymond, age 8. the,past month, in- cold Spell has not ared with either planning or attendance at the several import- ant conferences held at Alderbroo Inn during the past month. Lasl Weeks large group of some 200 persons filling every cottage and also rooms of the New Motel, some of whom had to be housed else- where. And of 'course this is just suits Mr. and Mrs. Ron Kirtland, managing staff for Wes Johnson, and also Assistant Manager Sam Heuston, and also keeps Mary McBratney a very busy person. At Alderbrook last weekend 48 members attended the University of Washington,s Liberal Arts Se'- minar. Literature being on the agenda, and with Professor Don Taylor of the University English Dept., and also Emile Snyder the latter translating from the French four plays of Eugene Ionesco. Also at the. Inn were 15 mem- bers of the student body and their advisors of Olympia Junior College who were planning a schedule and azso a governing committee, composed of student leaders. On Wednesday the Westing- house Firm will be represented by another large group, and who will remain until Saturday at Alder- brook. stressed in a Lesson-Sermon on "Love' 'to be heard at Christian Science church services this Sun- day. Highlighting the Bible readings will be this passage from I John (4:7): "Beloved, let us love one another: for love is of God; and every one that loveth is born of God, and knoweth God." From "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures" by Mary Baker Eddy this citation will be read (p. 340): "One infinite God, good, unifies men and nations; constitutes the brotherhood .of man; ends wars; fulfils the Scripture, 'Love thy neighbor as thyself;' annihilates pagan and Christian idolatry,-- whatever is wrong in social, civil, criminal, political, and religious codes; equalizes the sexes; annuls the curse on man, and leaves nothing that can sin, suffer, be punished or destroyed." STATE PIONEERS SOUGHT BY ASSN, Who are the pioneers now liv- ing who were here when Washing- ton was a Territory? Only pioneers who lived here be- fore statehood, November 11 1889 and their direct descendants may qualify for membership in the Pio- neers Association of the State of Washington, AlbertBalch, chair- man of the Credentials and Mem- bership committee said today. Dues are $3 per year for men and $ 2 per year for women. The Pioneers ASsociation request any who feel they could qualify for membership to write ,Albert Balch, 8050 35th Avenue Northeast, Seat. tle 15, Washington. r. and Mrs. Jesse Epstein sent several days at theh' Canal cottage last week, enjoying walks in the brisk frosty days and also the be- autiful sunsets. Saturday Mr. Ep- stein and Waldo Chase were look- ing over a site for their tepee. The Robert Bergs scholarship committee has been named by he PTA and includes 1V[rs. Berge Supt. John Pill, John and Bunny" De:raison Doris wnimarsh, H H. Lake, Floyd Jackson and Richard Bates. home up. --': '"' ..... " ' I' - ..... is putting BUSINESS DIRECTORY trying to in. time for Dean enjoy and Mr. and and Mrs: Jessup of Mrs. Van Hawaii, and staying While and, son Nor- over before plan to has for the past two to remain on for of Sheitons re. .on vacation in the IIOORE and son Wonderful Week- in all of doors and also the brilliant marveled at, with- nature and in shades and is having with her grandson the time and Mrs. Y a winter va- slopes of Mt. Louise Pear- second birthday of grand par- Pearee, Pre. Mrs. Robert Mr. ra. Kenneth i; Floor Coverings -- - • Radio. "IV . [ • Linoleum : Phonographs • Tile C 2.way radio • Carpeting • Formica LEROY,8 TV SERVICE REX FLOOR COVERING Mt. View Ph. 426-3172 Mt. View Ph. 426-2292 • New - Ch : OK RUBBER WELDERS Mt. View Ph. 426.4832 Electrical • ltrbanlMorse Pumlm • lectrie Heating • WeAnghouse .S..ppliance  419 Railroad Ph. 426.(K!83 N ELECTRIC CO. • Helena RabsteAn cos- rneti lescrLIttons HYO-.O1erc ooet NELL'S PHARMACY Govey Bldg. Ph. 426-3327 Landscaping • Lawns, rockeries, trees shrubs • Top soil, tilling, leveling • Free estimates SUNSET LANDSCAPING Herbe Bate ' 426-4718 Radiator Repair • Boiling OUt • Solderlng • l'ew ooreo BOON'S PLUMBING HEATING SHEET METAL 623 S. 1st. Ph. 426-3483 Rorist .... - • Plants for all occaMona • Flowers EVERGREEN FLORISTS 4th & Birch 8 to 8 426-847 Auto Glass ..... t-- I I nstallatlon JIM PAULEY, INC, 5th & Railroad Ph. 426-8231 Draperies • custom made • free estimates • work guaranteed J. C. PENEy CO. S0S RR Ave, Ph. 426-8283 U.S. Choice Verifine, Check the Verifine trim ,97 c SUGED BAGON ARMOUR'S COLOMB,A ....... LB 39 ’ T-BONE STEAK o.s.c.O,CE VER,FI00E 09 A Real Treat .................................................................... LB$1111 BONELESS ROUND STEAK o.s.c.O,CE VER,F,NE No Waste ............................................... LB. 97 SIRLOIN TiP STEAK o.s.C.OlCE VER,F,NE. LB.Sl.09 Boneless ............................................................ PORTERHOUSE STEAK ?:t .......................... LBSl.19 DINNER FRANKS "=" BRAND, Large, Old Fashioned .................................................... LB. 39 .’ PRICES EFFECTIVE Thurs., Fri., Sat. Jan. 31 - Feb. 1-2 SMOKED LINK SAUSAGE RAT. Pk ....... EAC. 49 ’ CIRCUS DAYS TASTEWELL  Unpeeled  29-ounce Tins WHOLE APRICOTS GARDEN  Irregular  29-ounce FREESTONE PEACHES LIBBY'S  15V2-ounce Tins CORNED BEEF HASH 00o.vow,.. 4/$1 4/'1 Eggs For Salads or Cooking 24-ounce Bottle SHUR-FINE Creamy, Rich, Smooth and Delicious -- 4-LB. JAR Local Ranch Medium Red Ripe Slicers. The See-All-Pre-Pack TOMATOES,, ,u00o o,. S.OR00RESH 6/'1 o. CRINKLE COTS A/S, Shut-Fresh  I-LB ......... '=1] a. Fro 10-ounce ................ 29 c Ope Sundays! L P