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January 31, 1963     Shelton Mason County Journal
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20 Cancer Betection Film To Be Shown At Nay M. Knight $chod By l)nra Heaa,|ng ):]:1", and Mrs. John Ba.riekman MATLOCK -- The Detection of } o; Kamilche where Tuesday dinner Cancer Film will be shown Thurs- ! guests of Mrs. Augusta Portman day evcning Jan. 31 at Mary M, land Carl Portman. Kn.ight school aL 8 p.m. for Ladies THE iiATI;OCK Ladies Club held only. I there re[,*&apos;,flar race/trig at tile Gran- ' Mrs. Laura Sehafer, 92, passed l go Hall last week Wednesday and away at her Satsop Valley home lMrs. Lanra Hewson was hostess, last. week Thursday" She has lived I and Mrs E.aebel Volley and Mrs. ihere since 1888, 'and leaves one t Dorothy Adams birth'days were son Stanley at the home and four[ celebva'ted. ;daughters, Gretchen Matuska at I Mr. and Mrs. James Churchill the home, Mrs. Avis Burliri'game] :and Mrs. Addle Dieeriek of Oak- I ville and Mrs. Ida VeLi;er of Taco- ma; one brother Fred Moncier, of t Sats.qp. We extend our sympathy l to her family. , Mr. and Mrs. Cool< and son of California are house gests of their ibrother and sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. ex Cook this week. ENDS FARM WOODCUTTING PROBLEMS Converts from direct to gear drive in 9 minutes Ideal for cord wood, fenm OStS, land clearing, prun- g, etc. Cuts flush with the ground ONLY $1499s foe direct drive with 14" bar and chaim NAVE A FREE , ;'IONSTRATION TODAY| Sac&or Motor Shop On Hillerest We Service "vVhat We ell and son, Carl spent Wednesday evening with Mrs. Augusta Port- rnaa and Carl Portman, Mr. and Mrs Edward Valley spent Saturday night with Mr. and Mrs. Earl Wilder of Satsop. Mr. and " Mrs. Edward Valley spcnt Friday night with the Kenneth Howard family. The Claude Legacey family of Tacoma called at the Edward Valley .home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Emest Booth of Shelton were Friday evening supper gmsts of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Brehmeyer, St. It was in honor of Mrs. Booth's birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Lud Rossmaier attended the Grange Masters and their wives meeting at Skokomish Valley Tuesday evening. The Lud Rossmaiers spent Saturday at the James ossmaire home near Shelton and to help with the new h.__ous_e __ .... Democrat Gentral Oommdtee Meets The Mason County Democratic Central Committee met in the courthouse Jan. 25. Thirty-six of the thirty-nine- precinct commit- icemen were present. The post- master for Belfair was selected. State Rope. Paul Connor and Charles Savage spoke on current legislation and explained the posi- tion of the 45 loyal democrats. The Democratic Nine County Leagne met ire Olympia, Jan. 27. Virilliam Baker was re-eleetd chairman. An important item of business was the unanimous adoption of a resolution criticizing Rep. Chet King of Pacific County for his ac- tion in joining with the six dis- sident Democrats in forming the oalition. The resolution ousted him from taking part in the Nine County League. Tho:e attending from Mason Coun'.y were Mr. and Mrs. John Sells. N[r. and Mrs. A1 Barnes, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Savage, Mr. and Mrs. Johu K',e:qmd. Mr. and Mrs. Bolo Sarkowitz. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Ritner. Mr and Mrs. Cliff Sutherland Cecelia Clifton Cor- nell and Wayne BurneLt. - PAULEY MOTORS -" Get A '63 Dodge  They're Dependable ECONOMICAL LOW PRICED 1963 DODGE 00PICK-UPS in stock, ready to go. These also have a full 5-year guarantee! CHECK THE PRICES! @ There Is Still Time to sign an entry blank for a chance on a F RE E CAR!' Our Calendars Arrived late. Drop in and pick one up: They have recipes attached. See BUD PAULEY at PAULEY MOTORS 1!st & Railroad Phone 426-8183 SHELTON---MSON COUNTY JOURNAL- Published in "Chr{smastown, U.S.A.", Shelton, W'ashington KAMILCHE.- -The community and family of Mrs. Charles (Bry- anna J Ulrich were shocked and saddened to hear of her death from a heart attack on Thursday of last week in Palm Springs, Calif. Bryanna Taylor, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Taylor was born and raised in the Kamilche area and lived at Kamilche Point in the summers and spent the winters at Palm Springs, Calif. Besides the husband the immediate family are three sisters, Esther Reinsdorff, Seattle; Flora Burqu- hart, Oakland. Calif., and Doris Holliday, Long Beach, Calif.; four brothers, Orville and Chester Tay- lor, Kamilche; Rusco Taylor, Eat- onville, and Allen Taylor, Palm Springs, Calif., also two daugh- ters Jeanette Barrit. Hayward, Calif. and Charlene Hulsey, Both- ell. and seven grandchildren. Sym- pathy is extended to all the fam- ily. The second death of a Kamilehe- its occurred on Friday when Robert Lee Downey was suddenly taken by a heart attack. Mr. Downey lived in Shelton for eleven years prior to living in this neighborhood for the past 16 months. Besides Mrs. Downey he leaves two sisters and two broth- ers and two daughters. Weulcia M. Wilkens. Suquamish. and Mary Etta Marrone, Tacoma. and eight grandchildren. Services will be held Tnesday morning at St. Ed- wards Catholic church with burial in the Calvary cemetery in Ta- come. Harold Earl Wiles, son of Mrs. Bertha Taylor, left Monday for King Salmon, Alaska. ,For a num- ber of years Mr. and Mrs. Wiles have lived in New Hampshire. Mrs. Wiles and son will spend some time visiting here before joining her husband in Alaska.. MR. AND MRS. Walt Mespile of Tacoma visited ovenlight with the Mike Krise family, Sunday evening. Kamilche Valley school basket- ball team played two games last week, one on Wednesday night with Shelton 7th grade, which game they lost 30 to 27, on Friday they played Lower Skokomish school and wQn.the game 33 to 14. Mike and Barney Lambert had a very enjoyable day skating at Let's Brag About SHELTON and MASON COUNTY -- Send A Copy Of -- WELCOME TO SHELTON AND MASON COUNTY To a friend, relative or total stranger anywhere in the United States or Canada The Book Is Book Will Gontain , . . FREE Many pictures of area History and other stories Schools, clubs, churches Maps of city and county All kinds of information about the area. - Published By - Shelton Printing & Stationery POSTAGE, ENVELOPE AND HANDLING 25' PER COPY Just send your cheek, cash or I.O.U, along wit h the names and addresses to . . . Thursday, 131 Railroad Avelme Shelton Printing S h e l t o n & Static.cry Co. PHONE ORDERS ACCEPTED IF YOU PAY FOR THE CALL POLICE cveial l)(rsoils oci.'et in Shelton ]i,oi,tC/ night. They in( :]!'( I, h.q '.V gl V 1D) :3 l'i cTi /o-cl,?:;t; ,iol?n F. Dailat )}ei'at(}}":.. lic(?!:e, $5 ?!;!1' 'eJ21a, ll9 tin'fell; Ben G. Willia :rid disorderly, $25 ./ilbu:', !'unk in pub]: [eit; M:-snny Byrd, dku $25 fine and $2.50 costs; :)m', drunk in public, i( 5ohn F. Patcn, drunkl $10 forfeiI ; Frnce.s 1 ,!rank and disorderly, ferry R. Bell, sl)eeding, felt. N YOUTHS ,Two Bremerton in connection with that city, were ton Police and turned ( venile authorities last J. Beekwith and were picked up-,at the tion here after riding Bremerton. SECOND PLACE  Pat Heater of Lake.Gush-" THIRD PLACE  Chris Hobart of Route 2, man designed the Forest Festival button idea Shelton, won third place with the design shown awarded second place in the annual competition, above in the annual Forest Festival button con- It is shown bove. , test. Former Kamilche Dayton Family Spends Weekend At " '" " 'and Mrs. Bernard Rishel were Mr. Klil'ilnO'T/In land Mrs. Henry Chappell and Ron- llllilib[Vli nie Kjellman of Matlock. m/ l i By Mabel Idd sponsored by the Mason County o,, u,= nr,.ou wnfo,2 mbo,r nln Thursaay evening callers in tne vaeananlr lille DAYTON,--Mr. and Mrs. Clif- Bell Riders. ............................... italia and spent the day with ..... Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin. HulberL wered Lawton Lumb i home of Mr and Mrs L A To d I|elUili[ II [od-d.Combs and Keith accompan- Doris Hiekson was a Friday visited in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Eldon ..... Todd visited in [] 1 lit m li0 ne Jonn.oc,tamny l:o uri- overnight guest of Patsy Caulfield Mrs. Ted Canfield and with Mrs. the Joe V. o,mv:, ill., ,NiH&-NA gLUn, wnere [ney spent me of Shelton'Vallev Ila Randall. L.A. Todd home on. Tuesday lH 1,2IIBH[|III weekend with the mother of Mrs. " . "" , .. !1 Vlll/lllli Saturaay evening visitors in I:ne Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Norris and ..... ri Rock. Mrs. Eunice Stone. While (   By Frances Simmons there, they purchased a pinto gold- R. S. Huey home were Mr. and son of Lost Lake were Sunday ins from  Mr. Armstrong for Mrs. Fred Stuller. Later in the evening callers in the home of ,, Keith and when they asked the evening, Mr. and Mrs. Dave Skag- Mr. and Mrs. Allen Tibbits. Mr. name of the pinto the reply was on, Shelton dropped in. and Mrs. Willis Tibbits and girls. "Rock". Just how coincidental THE DON CItESS family of of Lost Lake dropped in for a few and humorous can one get? 'Shelton and the James Hicksons minutes din'ins the evemng too. Mr. and Mrs. Scab Combs too- enjoyed a potluck dinner on Sun- Mrs. L. A. Todd called on Mrs. Feel silly carving initials [ored o Seattle Sunday and spent day in the Hiekson home. Doyle Howard on Tuesday after- the day and overnight with daugh- On Sunday afteennoon. Mr. and noon and got acquainted with little on a tree? ter and son-in-law and boys, Mr. Mrs. Pete Bloomfield attended the Tommy. and Mrs.'Charles Edwards. choir concert held at the Junior Mr. and hrs. Chester Valley, High School. Peggy Bloomfield Skokomish Valley, and Mr. and Then give her t Valentine Mr. and Mrs. George Purves and was a member of the Senior High Mrs. Alvin HulberL visited Sunday girls of Kent were weekend guests school Choir. in the Olympia home of the ladies' from.., of Mrs. Gertrude Scott. Joe Einarsson spent the week- mother. Mrs. Sarah Lozier. Herb Mrs. Dick Leonard was Iadies' end in Shelton Valley with John Lozier. their brother from Spo- Club hostess on Tuesday of last Konigsfeld and had fun helping kane was there visiting also. NeWs _,, Pharmacv week. The nex meeting will be move several tons of hay. A Sunday caller in the L. A. held Tuesday, Feb. 5 with Miss Mike Hulbert and Jerry Dona.- Todd home was Mrs. Signc Knee- 4th & Railroad Beatrice Nason and Mrs. Warren hoe spent Saturday and overnight laud. Shelton. Williams hosting. There will be a at Seattle Pacific College as Mr. and Mrs. Chester Chapman "-'--- Valentine handkerchief exchange, guests of Ron Hill and attended and children of Agate were Sun- 'h _ Ni!iii Sunday was a sad day in the the homecoming basketball game, day visitors in the home of Mr.  ),,& Pete Roberts family. They were ON SUNDAY, Mr. and Mrs. A and Mrs. Alvia Chapman. : ' '- " } breaking Rocket's foal. Princess, O. Schuffanhauer motored to Con- Saturday evening guests of Mr. about four months old to lead. Naturally she resisted pulling back and throwing herself and finally " i_ ....... hit her head on the frozen.grollnd IDEA: build the fun anti broke a blood vessel which in build the worry out! [] i makes! These cars are more fun than cars have ever been before. The Super Torque America's livetiest, F u a ' most care free cars I ! i Ford (foreround} has V-8's up to 405 horsepower, a $10 million ride, rich interiors and " " luxury features, like optional Swing-Away steering wheel. The sleek new Fairlane   an I[ m dd eweight {center) is quick, n 3,hIe, s d as a bank-and fiefs Amer ca's newest V.i:d:ne itght, ::   12;In it2;; __. k . "-'" rv "" n "" now with a new dash of fun, including the first Falcon ,,., ................. ,, [ ] convertible. The '63 cars from Ford are designed to be less trouble than cars have ever oouo | I  before. They're tight, quiet, solid as they come--and all* have Ford's Twice-a-Year O caused her death. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. R: S. Huey were Mr. and Mrs. Dave Skagen and children, Shelton WEEKEND GUESTS of Mr. and Mrs. J. W, Rayson were Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Barton of Tacoma. Sunday visitors in the Harold Kidd home were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Palmer and children, Ten- inc. Saturday evening drop-in caller, in the home of Mr. and Mrs. James Hiokson were Mr. and Mrs. Don McCallum. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Anderson, CloquaIlum had Sunday dinner in the home of Mr. ani Mrs. Walter Chappell. Later. Mrs. Anderson and Mrs. Chappell visited with Mrs. Mary Chappelli n Botts Sure- ing Home. Mr. and Mrs. John Anderson and boys were Saturday supper guests of Mr. and :Mrs. Cliff Rumpf, Shelton. On Sunday, :Mr. and Mrs. War- ren Williams and girls motored to Chehalis and visited with daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Gary Cole. On Saturday evening, Pete Rob- erts and sons attended a skating held at the roller rink and White Pass last Sunday.  , Mr. and Mrs. James Draham ,t visited at the Eugene Taylor home Wednesday of last week. Dinner guests on Wednesday at the Leland Hudson home were Gone and Florence Taylor. IN HONOR OF The ReD. Ray Mainwaring family, a family reun- mn was hel4 at the Dam Woods home last Saturday. The Main- Falcon Futura2.DoorSedan warings left Monday for their home at Kisalof, Alaska, where they pastor a church. The lo- cation is 145 miles southwest of Anchorage on the Kenai Penh- sula. Attending the reunion were Mr. and Mrs. Don Mainwaring and Doris of Grants Pass, Oregon, Mr. and Mrs. Lea Mainwaring of ken- ton and Sharon Mainwaring of Port.land, :Mr. and :Mrs. Dan Wood and David Wood. Fairlane 500 Sports Coup Mr, and Mrs. Edwin Petty visited his sister Mrs. Delia Boyer of Olympia last Thursday. Last week on Friday and Satur- day Mr. grad Mrs. Gone Taylor at- tended Production Credit business mcet.bgs at Chelmlis and Vancou- ver, Phil and Dorothy Simmons and children visited Friday evening and Saturday at the ReD. A, W, Graham home in Tacoma. Chester Taylor is at Firlands Hospital and will be there for some o,d Gataxie 5QQ/XL tinle. He will be most pleased to 2-O0or Hardtop received a card or nolo from friends. His mailing address is 1704 N. E. 150th. Seattle 55, Washington. There will bc a dance aL the Grange ha.I] Sa.turday evening, Feb. 2. tSAVINGS BONDS IIH PAULEY, iHC. 501 Railroad Ave. Savings Bond sales in Mason County in December were $4,- 503,183, L, A. Carlson, county say- Set Sail For Your Ford Dealer's... The TICADE WINDS are Blowing ! ings bond chairman reported.