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February 7, 1963

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February 7, 1963 mwll i uIl'mwmit=mlWmB m m li inlllm Mason County Community Concert Association 1963. 1964 Memberships Available NOW February 11 to 16 only at Sears on Evergreen Square - Fri., 10:00 - 5:00 Sat., 10:00 - 12:00 Phone 426-2482 mmlu=w=  ONCERTS including Llords' International Marionette Thealer :!8 iilit an Martha Schlamme Folksinger The "Mary Martin of Vienna" -As A Bonus -,-alnntg eert of the 1962 - 63 season: MEXICANO Mexico's Leading Group of A Capella Male Singers March 13 plus erts Presented by the affiliated organizations in Olympia Bremerton, Centralia-Chehalis, Aberdeen.Hoquiam $7,25 STUDENTS, $4,00 =n uumi m wm lew e i ur membershipppears below:at headquarters or from your neighbor MEMBERSHIP CHAIRMAN, Mrs. Dexter Edge. Jr. CO-CHAIRMAN, Mr. I. H, Rogers AREA REPRESENTATIVES R. L. Schwab Les Shelver .................................... Hoodsport 877-5275 Myrtle Morrilon" ................................... Kamilche 426-4268 ................................ McCleary 495-3346 CAPTAINS Mrs, Francis Eacrett Dr. Kelvin Hamilton Mrs. R. E. Johnson Mrs. R. W. Norvold Dr. Berwyn Thomas Mrs. Percy Kennerly Mrs. R. L. Schwab Mrs. Myrtle Morrison RObert Sund Otto Goldschmid Lloyd Goodwin H. W. MeClary Graham Watkins Bernice Stewart ' : M. Horton ;Em00 Ma,we,, Y Cooper Charles Lentz Joanne Hart Roy Qunn Frank Wolf Warren Moe Dean Pal mer ld Mrs. Ralph Hoffman arold Lovgren )nleo Conca er Edge, Jr, Folson WORKERS Mrs. I. H. Rogers Mrs. Berwyn Thomas Miss Janet Maranville Mr. Paul Graffe Dr. Ronald Casebier Mr. Max Folsom Mrs. Lorna Erickson Mrs, Edwin LOVell Mr. Ronald RusscU Mrs. Thomas Peters Mr. Marcel AIInoch Dr. F. W. Herrick Dr. Andrew Beolik Mrs, Ralph Wagner Mrs. Archie Callahan Mrs. Bernice Renner Mrs. Barbara Walton Mrs. Jerome Stein Mr. Lynn Sherwood Mrs. Samuel Fritz open to members only  no single admission "  _ _ sold (This Space by Courtesy of Simpson Timber Company and Waterfront Realty) ========================= = ==m====== == SHELTONMASON COUNTY JOURNAL- Published in "Chrstmasown, U.Z.A.', Shelton, Hutsen Home At Kmil00he Point 00urns To The Ground Last Week By Frmtces Simmons KAMILCHE.- Last Wednesday morning after the family had left home. the John Hntson home in the Kamilche Point area was bmmed. The only belongings which were saved was the wash- ing machine and dryer. Mr. and Mrs. Hutson and children are presently occupying a house trail- er located on the road to the Sim- mons mill. There will be a memorial sew- ice for the late Mrs. Charles (Bryanna) Ulrich at 2 p.m. Satur- i i day, Feb. 9 at the Unity Church located at 200-8th Avenue North in Seattle. Mrs. Ulrich passed away in Palm Springs, Calif.. Jan. ; 24 and funeral smwices were held there for her. Spending the afternoon Sunday with the Rev. Earl Bradley fam- ily were Mr. and Mrs. Fred Paris and daughters Maureen, Fredine and Judy of Lacey. On Friday evening of last week the yoimg people of the local church gathered at the home of the pastor, Rev. Earl Bradley for a social. Indoor games were played, there was a singspiration at which the songs were placed on a tape recorder and refreshments were served, making a very enjoy- able evening. Mrs. A. W. Oneal of Campbell, Calif., returned to her home after about a six week visit, with her daughter and family the Cecil Blackwelders. Her son, Merl Oneal, who also visited the Black- welders took her home by motor. Mrs. Mark Craddick left yester- day for a few days stay in San Francisco. Dinner guests at the Harry Sim- mons home Sunday was the Car- son Simmons family. MARKET ! 3iR. AND MI{S. Harry Simmon spent the evening with the Bill Snyder family on Arcadia Road last Saturday. Herb and Ruth Nelson enjoyed Sunday dinner with lVh-. and Mrs. James Mohney at McCleary. Last Friday evening a birthday party was given at the Roy Petty home in honor of their daughter Florence Petty's 15th birthday. lV[. and Mrs. Ed Petty were guests. Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Ed Petty motored to Tacoma and Parkland, where they visite dthe Las Jones family and Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Grates. The Kamilche school basketball team plays at Tumwater on their floor tomorrow (Friday) evening. A birthday party honoring Or- ville R.-Taylor's 73rd birthday was given at his home last Sunday. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Roy Taylor and two sons, Mark and Ben and Dan Brown, Ed Brown and Henry Bremer. .L PINK AND BLUE shower was gven for Mrs. Phil Simmons on Friday of last week at the home of Mrs. Donald Whitener. Abou 15 friends gathered for the social hour. There will be a potluck dinner at 6:30 at the Grange tomorrow evening. Local People To Attend Dinner For Dairy Princess Li.;I.tLo' fom the 2iLh dis- trier will be dinner guests of two young ladies of royalty the eve- ning of February 13 at tile Tyee Motor Inn near Olympia, Their hostesses at a dinner sponsored by the dairy farmers of the state will be American Dairy Princess Sandy Tibeau and Washington's Princess Judy Aker. For Princess Sandy the legis- lative dinner will be the high- light of her sLx-day official visit to her home state. The Auburn girl won the Amerman Dairy Princess title last September in Chicago. She has already visited a score of Eastern states and Puerto Rico as first lady of the nation's million dairy farmers. Local dairymen and their wives who are planning to attend the dinner include Mr. and Mrs. Start Johnson, president of the Mason County Dairymen's Federation and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Wivell. Levi Cays, of Sequim, member of the Washington Dairy Products Com- mission for the Olympic Peninsula- Grays Harbor District, will also attend the dinner . A wolf's track shows five pad marksa large one behind and four in front. Lumber Group To Offer Scholarship An annual scholarship competi- tion for high school seniors, to be knom as the H. V. Simpson Col- BUILDING PERMIT lege Awards. honoring the late in- The county commission Mon- dustry leader, was announced this day approved a building permit week. to George Werdall for a wood The board of directors of the residence with an estimated cost West Coast Lumbermen's Associa- of $15,000. Lion voted to establish the schol- arship to perpetuate the memory of the man who gave four decades Of leadership to the forest pro- ducts industry, the last seventeen as executive vice president of tile association. A sum of $1,000..said G. C. Ed- gett, executive vice president of WCLA. will be made available N annually for the wards. The com- petition is open to all seniors in high schools in the Douglas fir region of restern Oregon and western Washington and norther Califmmia. We will announce the subject of MASTER brings to you the original FREEZERLESS REFRIGERATOR for families who own, or are about to buy a separate freezer. \\; Holds an extra shopping cart full of fresh food! 30% more than same size refrigerator- freezers because it's ALL refrigerator with just a compact FREEZ-RETTE for daily froz- en food and juices. Balanced conditioned air refrigeration circulates cold air to every corner. No defrosting, either 24-lb. Freez'rette With two aluminum ice trays. .= Quick-chill section. : Air-cooled meat chest slides out, holds 11.1 Ibs, Two 15-quart slide-out crispers hold a bushel of fruits and =, vegetables, i Butter and cheese chest. .= Tall bottle storage. : Two removable egg racks, holds 24 eggs. Deep door storage. Multi-magnet door Seal. ALSO AVAILABLE in model 4314R1 with TOUCH-A-TAP  press a button and out i flows cold, refreshing water. INSTANT ICE CUBES  150 crystal clear ! cubes in a removable bin and Ice Master rev,aces-' them as fast as they are used. No Down tr ! rayment __ No Casll Needed -k : -k Small Monthly Payments -k . LEM WARREN REFRIGERATION 127 South 2lid St. Phoite 426-2445 It's the Service After The Sale Tha Counts the annual essay contest during National Forest Products Week each year in October, Edgett re- ported. A competition board shall each year select the essay subject which will deal with some as- of lumber merchandising; or promotion, forest conservation or similar theme. Essays will also bc judged by a board. Scholarship funds, said Edgett, are intended to apply against col- lege tuition at the college selected by the winners. The umber of scholarships and the amount of each will be announced annually. Allyn Women Form Group For Emergency Ambuhnce Calls By Judy Yon Osten ALLYN -- Last Wednesday ev- ening at the home of the Jewel Von Ostens, Howard Wynn met with the women of the community who are qualified to be on an em- ergency ambulance call. The group, which will be known as Company No. 4, and is under the sponsorship of Fire District No. 5, with Wynn as advisor. It has been necessary in the past to call on women volunteers as attendants during an emer- gency when no men were avail- able. There is a great need for more qualified women volunteers who hold standard and advanced First Aid cards; or anyone who would like to take standard and ad- vanced First Aid classes. These classes will be started again in the vet.-/ near future. If you are interested and would like more information you may get in touch with Howard Wynn. AT THIS FIRST meeting dem- onstration of a portable resuscita- tor for giving oxygen was given. Mrs. Susam Von Osten was voted and elected as second Lieutenant Mrs. Heather larsh as Member- ship chairman, and Mrs. Elaine Kowalcyzk in charge of publicity. Others attending the meeting were Mrs. Barbara. Stormo, M'rs. Dorothy Grlffey, Mrs. Leola Nog- gle, Arnold Buckendorf, Jewel Von Osten and Howard Wynn who helped get this group organized. Coffee and cake were served after the meeting. Next meeting Feb. 27.at the Jewel Von Ostens. Any- one who is interested can get in touch with any of the above names for more information. Don't forget your donations for the am- bulance and fire fund. We are sorry to report that Mrs. A. T. (Betty) Lurid of Victor suffered a heart attack on Thurs- day morning. The ambulance took her to Tacoma to the hospital there. We hope she will soon be feeling better. MR. AND MRS. TOM Von- Slyke wish to thank all the vol- unteer firemen who helped pnt out the fire at their home Fri- day afternoon. If it would have been another 30 seconds the place could have burned to the ground. Cause of fire was a pipe from an oil stove that was too close to a wall and logs started on fire. Lucky Charlotte was home and heard the craclding of flames. Mr. and Ml's. 5ohn Williams of Seattle paid a surprise visit to Mr. and Mrs. Earl Terrell last Sunday. They had such an enjoy- able visit and a very good dinner, too, Mrs. Heather Marsh, Lisa and Mark Mrs. Judy Von Osten, Shaft Southside Youth t Grange News Returns Home From Germany By Mrs. Ray Kmttclut SOUTHSIDE. Charles Ellis. son of Mr. and Mrs. Loyed Ellis of Cole road arrived home Jan, 30 after spending three yeal in the Army in Germany. Charles oper- ated heavy equipment while in the sm-ice. Charles visited his sister in Virginia before returning home. The Ellis' motored to the airport during Wednesday's snowstorm to meet Charles. Bell Riders Saddle Club met Friday evening at the Community Hall on Capitol Hill, The new members voted into the Saddle Club are Willie Greenfield, Grog Soulere and Blacky Graham. The Bell Riders are planning a social, teb. 23 at the Dayton Community 'roll and have invited three other clubs to be their guests. The next meeting will be held at Herbert cock home. Hoodsport. SOUTHSIDE GRANGE Auxin ary meets at the home of Lois Sivo today . Arcadia and Cole road District No. 4 fire trucks answered a fire call Wednesday at the place owned by Holbrook at Kamilche Point. lhe house had already burned to he ground, the fire trucks arrived n time to put out the fire that md started on the big barn..The tutson family were living on the By Betty Ann Shero MATLOCK GRANGE met Fri- day evening with an exception- ally large turnout of 24 member present. Mrs. Nellie Rossmaier, Home Economics Chairman, was escorted to the Master and was presented with a blue ribbon cer- tificate for her excellent work of the past year. The three new members were given the obliga- tion. The regular monthly dance will be held Feb. 16 at the MAT- LOCK Grange. SHELTON VALLEY GRANGE 'draped the charter at their last meeting in memory of Katie Cook. Mrs. Lois Simpson was elected to the office of secretary which was vacated by the death of Mrs. Cook. Mrs. Neola Donaldson re- placed Mrs. Simpson as Flora. State Granger Ted Lloyd spoke on the Grange and legislation. The Shelton Valley Grange will-hold their monthly dance Satlay night. TWANOH GRANGE will be visited by Progress Grange Friday, February 15, to start off the Gavel Meetings. The Twanoh Grange members have been practicing every meeting for this coming event. Card parties are to be held in members homes. The first will be in Mrs. Dahl's home Friday. The proceeds of the card parties will be donated to the March of Dimes. SOUTHSIDE GRANGE held their regular meeting Friday night. They decided to have a card partySaturday, February 16 in the hall. The public is invited. Iolbrook place and nobody wasWork is continuing on the build- me at the time of the fire. inc. 13 There are approximately 50 dif- ferent species of sea horses known, tile greatest munber of which in- habit warm waers, However. a few specms inhabit comparatively cold waters. and Karen. said Mrs. Susie Von t Osten visited Mrs. Carol Battles and Ronnie and Lizette last Mon- day afternoon. Returning home they stopped at Mrs. SylviaoHan-to sen's and visited awhile. . During our cold and icy wea- ther Wednesday Barbara Kowal- czyk and Susan were moving their horses to the upper pasture when q'lll Barbara's horse slipped on the TO/nE ice and fell on her leg. They thought for awhile her leg might be broken but only several liga- ments were pulled. We hope she will soon be off ter crutches and her leg is soon healed. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Von Osten are taking square dance lessons with Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Congdeu on lV[onday night at the Silverdale fire hall. MR. AND MRS. BOB Kreutzer recently returned from Great Falls, IV[ont. to Seattle, paid a sur- prise visit to Mr. and Mrs. Jim Von Osten and family on Sunday afternoon. Later in the afternoon the Kreutzes and Von Ostensjoi- ned Mr. and Mrs. Mel Hemphill for dinner at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jewel Von Osten. Mr. and :Mrs. Del Stormo had dinner at "Pearls" to celebrate their tenth anniversary and then they went to see a movie "Gypsy", to top off the evening. NOTICE -- Please. parents, don't forget the elementary PTA meeting tO be held at Allyn school at 8 p.m. tonight, Feb. 7. Keep the 16th of February open. That is when the elementary PTA will put on a npag'h:'Ati dinner. Adults are. $1.25; children grades 4-6, 75;.and those under re 50. 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