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February 7, 1963     Shelton Mason County Journal
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February 7, 1963

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Page 18 Two Benefit Dinners Planeed In Belfair Area In Next Two ee,   oo By Rachel Freelin t E L F A I R ...... The famous Groundhog, or Belfair's ver:ion which is a Mountain Beaver, eonldn't find the faintest shadow last Saturday, so winter should be on its way out. And all those interested in two dinners planned for this community in the next two weekshope that the promised mild weather is for real, so there will be a good turnout for' the ev- ents. On Feb. 10 the benefit dinneI for the David McKay family, sponsored by a number of local organizations will be held at the Masonic Temple from 1 to 6 p.m. .The Smorgasbord will post]S1.50 for adults and 50 for children with all proceeds going to the recently injured logger and his family. On Feb. 16 the North Mason Elementary PTA will be serving its spaghetLi dinner at the Bel- fair Grade School. This is the only fund-raising event of the year .for the elementary group, and sixth grade students are now selling tic- Lets at $1.25 for adults: 75 for grades 4-6, and 50 for pre-school- ers to third graders. Co-chairmen for the dinner, which will be from 5 to 8 p.m. are Mrs. Raymond Medeiros and Mrs, William Meyer., A REPORT ON PLANS for the project will be part of the busi- ness tonight when the North Ma- son Elementary PTA meets at A1- lyn school at 8 pro1. All moth- ers will be hostesses for the soc- ial and refreshment hour follow- ing the meeting. The program, under the school administration, will deal with legislation and the financial needs rof the district. Not only parents but all taxpayers shot',ld find this program of special interest, par- ticularly because of the present discussion in Olympia and school finances, Spealdng of Olympia, five local members of a group that visited the Legislature last week were Mesdames Ivan Holm. Calvin Mann. G. G. Shaekleford. Roy Culbertson and C, C. Eddy. At- Lending with other members ot the Mason County Women's Re- publican Club. they were intro- duced by Rep. Charles Savage as "lepubliean irl-friends" from his district. The group did not visit the afternoon session of the Senate as planned, but started home early because of Lhe snow. TWO SERIOUS fires in ']',' " huya River area .g'avc {,b' I .c: volunteer fire depar t.n} (m'. .'."'? runs last week. In the fir:-t bta.7o the house at the T,rner I.: , on the river was lmo-:t totS, destroyed before the firefightc.r:-' reached the scene, but they wer'c able Lo saye the garages and OUL- buildings. The house was being occupied by Lhe Showers family. The second fire. in the barn on the Frank Schiller's place, was discovered about midnight by Mrs. Schiller. Ten tons of hay, about 600 chickens, a new pickup and a tractor were lost in the fire which was burning in the trees and dry grass about the house when the trucks arrived. The dry cold weather made even brush- burning a danger, but one such fire that got away from the brush burner was finally put out without the help of the fire department. whose members welcomed the rain and the easing of fire haz- ards. The Chuck Wagon Raiders 4-H group was one of 13 clubs present for the 4-H roundup at the Ma- nette Masonic Temple Jan 26. As their part of the entertainment. the young people put on a Hill- billy Wedding. Named to Tenderfoot rank at the meeting were: Dorothy Beard, Ronnie Griffith, Sandra Johnson and Doug Raines;. while those ear- ning Wrangler title were Patty Raines, Susan Collier and Kathy Riedle. Other members at Lhe round-up were Linda Griffith. Debbie Rose, Linds Greatore and Skip Parker, Parents going with the group were Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Riedle. Mrs. Elmer Beard. Mrs. Howard Collier. Mrs. Donna Johnson, and the Raiders' leader, Mrs. David Raines. Funeral services were held Mon- day for John A. (Jack) Schlange, well known resident of this area for the past 27 years, who died Feb. I at a Bremerton hospital. Mr. Sehlange, 79. was born in Minneapolis, Minn., and was the founder of the Bremerton Hard- wood Floor Co.. which he operated for a number of years before his retirement. Active in the Elks and Scottish Rite. he was past patron of the Court 9, Order of Amarantll and belonged to Belfair Masonic Lodge 228. He is survived here by his wife. Susan. and a daughter. Mrs. Es- ther Green. Road Restrictions Disrupt chool Bus Schedules In Pioneer Area By Belly Ann Sllero PIONEER.--School bus sclled- lfles and parents routines were up- ,et -ly restrictions which were placed on local roads Sunday. The Leeds. Loop Road seems to be in the worse condition in the Pioneer area with several mud holes, The children were disappointed when.more snow didn't fall The half inch that did fall provided an evening of sledding for several of- the youngsters, though. Mr. and Mrs. Neil Rostvold and daughters spent Lhe week-end in Olympia visiting the Lee Williams t'amily. Mr. and Mrs, Irving Vik and family visited Sunday in Seattle t th( home of his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Georg e Vik. Visitors in the Jim Taylor home over the week-end werd Mr. and Orville Moran was injured re- cently at. the Simpson plant in Sbelton. VisiEing at the Jack Shero's Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Heath awl sons of Belfair. The Heatb's and Shero's were neigl- bors when both families lived in Phys[. The Agate Tip-Top 4-H group met )Vednesday evening in the MarLin Auseth home. The Agate Sewing Circle meet Wednesday evening the C, liff VanderWal home on Deer Creek Road. Guests Sunday in Lhe IZLolJc;'I Rist.ine home with her brothel nonny Barnes and family. The Pioneer Fire District met Wednesday and an election of of- fleers was held. I{l,'. Frederick Hershman of AT- FILING FOR THE School carl[, Calif, Board election was closed Janu- ' Spending Sunday with their sou, ary 25 without any opposition for Ed Bnnnell, and family were Mr. the two present members, Barry and Mrs. V. P. Bunnell of Shelton. Stroud and Wilbert MeCleary, . A cougar has been reported in being registered. the Agate area. Several of tlle Pioneer P.T.O. was held. Tuesday, 'esidents have heard iL, and it was night. The school board diseussel i'eport'ed that it may have been lheir job and what they imye shot bt there has been no veri- planned for the coming years. fieati0n of this mimer, . Our County Commissioner Martin Mr.' and Mrs. Ducky Dronen Auseth discussed the coming had Sunday dinner with her par- bond issue for the Harstine Island ants, the Jesse Barnes in cAebra- bridge and how it will affect our }ion of little Traey Dronen's first road district. birthday. The Ammal Father-Son Banquet VOTERS SHOULD NOT forget will be held at the Pioneer School, t0 study the Ha.rsLine Island Saturday night, Feb. 16, begin- bridge bond issue and to realize all ning at 7:30 p.m. All fathers and :of ns are paying for the ferry sons in the Pioneer School are in- isystem, vited. Joe Simpson attended a Seed Little Lori Jo Yost was in the Nx'aetion Schoal in Corvallis. Shelton General Hospital five days Ore,, with Cas Visminas of Siel- with pneumonia. on'fov three days last week. Both Mr. and Mrs. Ray Walker and men. are employed, by, Simp,on Teresa visited in Renton Monda3: Timber Company. with the George Puetz's. Puetz i,  : MN, Greg Elliot is in the Clinic the golf pro for the EarlingLon HospitAl. Golf Course. 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