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February 14, 1963     Shelton Mason County Journal
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Page 14 REVEALS OUSIHESS COUPTO WIFE ::i!!!:?, "We&apos;re down to our last daffodill" this flower grower announced in a long distance call :o his pleased wife. "Sold the whole kaboodle to the seed company for a good priccl" Long distance is a fine way to share triumphs with friends and loved ones. For business or pleasure calls, it's still the next best to being there. How about sharing some joy tonight, after six, ,,, when rates are even lower? PACIFIC NORTHWEST BELL I premature infsnt weighed fin NEW .,NUTRITIOUS SI-IELTON--MA0N COUNTY JOURNAL-- Published in 'CChrLetmastown, U.S.A.", a!d Party At Grapeview To Raise Funds For Harch of Dimes GRAPEVIEW. -- Grapeviewites four and a half pounds and must will have their donations to the remain at the hospital in an incu- March of Dimes made easy for bator until she has gained suffi- them this year. thanks to our Fair cient weight to join her dad and Harbor Grange which sponsors a rnother. Needless to say, the an- card party tomorrow evening, Fri- xious grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. day, Feb. 16. wit.h proceeds going Ed Okonek. are waiting impatient- to the March of Dimes. Grangers ly to get acquainted with the new- are hoping for an outstanding comer. turnout so come. have fun while MRS. ART BARRETT-(Nce Judy contributing to a worthy cause at Johnson) "'went home to mother" the same time. Choose your game a couple of weeks ago, mother ...... bring yam' friends .... to the (and dadJ being Mr. and Mrs. Grapeview School. 8 p.m. "Swede" Johnson, of Grapeview, Our unseasonably fine weather when hubby left for basic Air bringing blue skies; brilliant sun- Force Training. in San Antonio. shine and higher temperatures this Texas. Judy will remain here for past week also brought out sev- the anticipated five weeks course, eral enthusiastic anglers to try at which time she hopes to be able their luck for the first time this to join Art, possibly in Mississippi. year. The sparkling waters yield- 4-H Barnacles went "round and ed a bounteous catch for several round" last Friday evening', loving of them, Orin and Ethel Bucking- every minute of it when their ham went out in their pretty yel- club held a roller skating party at low cruiser last Saturday and the Shelton Roller Rink. Leaders brought home three nice salmon, and parents attending the lively The same morning Web Etherton get together were Mrs Don Query, and "Swede" Johnson landed a Mrs. Jerry Hill, Mr. and Mrs. Jubie ten-pounder and a five-pounder, Hicks Mr. and Mrs. Art Nicklaus respectively while A1 Okonek, who and Mrs. Don Pogreba. A wonder- had son Edward and grandson ful time was had by all, naturally! Bobby as his companions brought in three nice ones the same day. Birthdays are once again in the news: Alice Hicks made the im- Les Soule must have been "just portent step into double figures getting warmed up" last Thursday by becoming ten last Wednesday. and Friday for, when friend Lid- She celebrated at school in the nel Brubaker rrived from Tacoma afternoon by treating her class- Saturday, Les apparently had his mates to cake and then again in favorite fishing spot all set up and the evening by treating her grand- his hick continued, good enough for parents to more cake. both of them. At any rate, while Mesdames Soule and Brubaker vi- Don Pogreba. another birthday sited and kept the home fires bur- celebrant, was feted family style ning, the two men had a most suc- last Saturday evening. His loving ceSsful weekend of fishing, wife, Shirley, proved her worth Mr. and Mrs. Richard Okonek by serving him a delicious di{ner became the parents of a baby girl and by inviting parents, Mr .and last Tuesday at Tacoma General Mrs. Orville Kager, to share it Hospital. Named Sheri Lynne, the with him. Also on hand to wish daddy a happy birthday were chil- at dren, Donnie, Susie and Janie. May we add our best wishes, too. Another birthday, and a most trepan.tent one, we must agree was celebrated Sunday and Monday by Miss Pamela Clayton. A family dinner with grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Clayton, Sr. and uncle Art joining parents, Walt and Sa]- li Clayton; also brother Chief and DELIGHTFULLY DELICIOUS BLENDED Orange Apple Apricot Prune JUICES in tasteful, healthful NEW FRUIT JUICE DRINK containing in each 8-oz. glass twice the daily minimum VITAMIN O required by adults, PLUS 4,000 units of VIT AMIN A AS AN introductory Offer To help get you acquainted with our exciting,new nerJar,,. 6 FREE JUICE GLASSES II with your standing order for six quarts of "BEEP" placed with our deliveryman or with our Shelton office GIVE YOUR FAMILY A NEW TREAT GET NEXT TO "B E E P" TODAY! - through - Ki, tsap-Mason Dairy YOUR FARMER NEIGHBORS s Shelton Plant at 3rd & Grove Phone 426-4473 ALSO AVAILABLE AT MOST GROCERY STORES I I sister Georgia, was held Sunday. Actual birth date was Monday the 11. Congratulations! The Julie Stocks are anticipat- ing some major changes in the near future. With the sale last week of their Treasure Island home to Mr. and Mrs. Rademacher of Tacoma. Julie and Doris, who must vacate the home by April 1st, have plans to build again on their lot at the island's north end. ANOTHER FAMILY on the move are Dean and Billie Buck- ingham who, with their two young- sters, are planning to move into Shelton, Washington Thursday, Local Family Knows Value of Heart Surgery Research As "a.shington opens its Febru- ary Heart Fund Drive. one of tile state's most enthusiastic boosters is Mrs. George Hermes of Shel- ton. Mrs. Hermes knows from per- sonal expemence the valne of heart research because her daugh- ter, Martha Ann. is one of the thousands who have been given a normal healthful life through heart surgery. Martha Ann was born in 1937. In her early childhood she was found to have a defective heart valve. For 13 years Martha Ann was a semi-invalid. Life almost passed her by, but heart research made rapid advances during those years. By 1950 MarLha Ann's phy- sicians could offer her the surgery necessary to repair her heart. A corrective operation was per- formed in 1957. The story has a more than happy ending. Martha Ann is now Mrs. Ernest J. Mar- 1ell of Seattle. She holds a full- time job and. according to her mother, is in excellent health. Mason County will join the state's Heart Fund campaign to raise $496,380 during February. These funds will go toward re- search grants to make possible even more aid to victims of cardio- vascular disease. Heart Fund do- nations help support the Blood Donor Smice which provides blood for heart surgery patients. The Heart Fund also supports a program of education for profes- sional and lay people and of serv- ice to those handicapped by heart ailments. Education Group To Discuss State Southside PTO Sees Safety Film At Regular Meeting On Feb. 4 By Mrs. Ray Kratcha SOUTHSIDE ..... Southside PTO met Feb. 4 for a regular meeting. Mrs. Fern Bedell gave the invo- cation and Mr. Crank's room won the room count. Patrol officer Lt. Baker was a guest at the meeting and showed a Safety Traffic film entitled "Signal Thirty". The PTO reports the library is coming along fine. The executive board meeting will be held Feb. 20. The next meeting of PTO will be held March 4, and iL will be Dad's night and the clads will serve refreshments. Arcadia Club will meet at the home of Mrs. Walter Chappell on Mill Creek Feb. 20, with a pot- luck lunch and each member is asked to bring some article for the white elephant sale. Live YVires 4-H dub members met at the home of Patty Jo Mell Thursday and the club members learned to knit. P, efreshmenta were served by Patty Jo Mell. The next meeting of the Livewires will be held at the home of their lead- er. Betty Wolf. Feb. 21, reported Barbara. A dance will be held this Sat- urday evening at the Little Skoo- kum Hall. SOUTHSIDE EAGLES 4-H club met at Doris Jackson's Feb. 7, and members worked on their skit plans for Rally Day. Bobby Quire- by gave a demonstration on pine- apple and cottage cheese salad and Robby Jackson gave a dem- onstration on how to make car- rot sticks. Mrs. Katherine Braey brought a Valentine cake to the 4-H meeting. The next meeting will be held at Mrs. Donald Wil- son's Feb. 21, and will be a pro- ject meeting' and also the 4-H'ers will finish their skit for Rally Day. Tax Structure Southside Grange meets Feb 15 at the Grange Hall. Washington's state tax struc- Guests of Mr. and Mrs. O. C. ture will be the subject of a discus- Senn and family of Cole road last sion at a meeting of the Shelton Saturday even(ng were Mr. and Elueation Association tonight at Mrs. Nat Stairs and family of Bordeaux School. The discussion, Union. The evening was spent opp3 to the public, will begin at celebrating Mrs. Semfs and Nat 8 P.m. following a buginess meet- Stairs' birthdays and playing tri- ing starting at 7:30 p.m. polly. John Castle, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dr. Stayner Brighton, Research Harold Castle of Arcadia, who is Director of the Washington Edu- in the Navy is now stationed at cation Association, will present in- China Lake. Calif. formation about the present tax Friendship club meets at the structure of the state, home of Midge Stotsberry on Feb. "Our members voted to have 20 to work on the quilt they have this meeting," reported Paul Gillie, startQd. The last meeting was S.E.A. president, "because of their held at Marie Carder's. belief that educators and other Guests helping Becky Wilson citizens should have an under- standing of the problems faced by the state government in meet- ing the costs of state services while trying to maintain a balanc- ed tax system that is adequate, yet not unfair or unduly burden- some." celebrate her third birthday Feb. 8 were her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Wilson and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ally Hansen and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hurst. Cake and coffee were served for refresh- ments. MR, AND MRS. HAROLD Cas- Marold Castle last Sunday was John StiLes of Larry. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Kado,.m, Steve and Kim returned home Saturday evening after spending a week visiting Mr. and Mrs. G!en Kratcha, and family ,and John Kratcha of Siletz and Mr. and Mrs. Merle Tindall and family of Siletz, Ore. Visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Al- fred Kadoun and family Monday were Mrs. Lillian Russell anci Ronda, Mrs. Core Lester and Mrs. Gladys Fowler and family. ONE DAY There is a great mapped emmtry George Eliot. " STOMACH UI DUE TO QUICK RELIEF OR Over five million for relief of Stomach : cess Acid --Poor Di Stomach, Gassiness, Jessness, etc., due to "Willard's Message" this home NELL'S PH McCONKEY DRUG PR EPP'S REXALL Valentine Day " Reduced Price 1 DAY ONLY Thursday, February 14th .. 9 a,m,- e Kenmore AUTOMATIC WASHER and DRYER (G-cycle washer with self cleaning lint filter) 0 In[=[= selling at $789 sq. yd. Seat Belts.. ;.... ca. e Sponges, Coffee Pots, Laundry Baskets, 6 qt. pails -- your choice e Light Globes -- 60 x 100 watt -- 8/! e Men's white dress shirts ................ French or button cuff stock up NOW! e Men's Gabardine Slacks .................... their newly purchased home on The S. E. A. is the professional tle recently visited Mr. and Mrs. Queen Anne Mill in Seattle. Dean's organization to which a majority Jdhn Korzenowski of Claque]lure. folks, Mr. and Mrs. Orin Bucking- of Shelton and Mason County edu- Mr. and Mrs. Dave Hardie are ham, drove over Sunday for a cators belong, the proud parents of a son, Dar- previow of the new  acquisition ren James, horn Feb. 7 and weigh- and were favorably impressed. Simps ing8 pounds and 9V4 ounces. Dar- Dean is happy at the prospect of " on Promotes ten joins a brother, Dale. Thc Child's Hooded Sweat Shirts ............. being a few short minutes from T w t S proud gr/mdparents are Mr. and <sizes to 6x) his o00fice o l earth Mrs Pi00illip Mardie and Mr Also making a move recently SEATTLE. -. New assignments Mrs. Carl Alfredson of Oakville. were Mr. and Mrs. "George Garland for two veteran Simpson Timber membersMill CreekmetWhaLat JanetteNts and4-H Dot'-club Boys' T-Shirts (6-16) 2 who left their temporary residence Company managers were an- othy Gunters' Wednesday evening. at the Ralph Green summer home nounced this week by Ed Riley, Renee Simpson gave a demonstra- to move into the cottage next director of merchandising, Seat- Lion on the fancy cut of a grape- to the Grapeview Grocery. They tle. , ,, fruit and Jane'tte Gunter gave a have been comfortably ensconced T.B. 'Jay Jongeward, 47, will demonstration on how to properly PLUS, many other SPECIALS -- there since Feb. 1. mo//e from advertising director to grease a pan. Lawrie Craig, Di- Brief but welcome visitors at a new position as dealer relations ane Obremski and Rite Swearing- a-ao[|[ the Julie SLck hme last Sunday directr' reprting t Riley" In his er were chsen t pick elthing ' C' were Mrs. Neff McGirk and son new job Jongeward will be respon- out 0fa barrel and dressed up in ears Sales Denny who drove out from Taco- sible for the development of a new the clothes they picked. Diane and ma for the day. With them came distributor-dealer program to mer- Laurie were picked to do a dance two of Denny's Wilson High class- chandise Simpson p r o d u c t s in the clothing they chose. The Evergreen Square mates, Jeff Overton, who is stud- through retail lumber dealers to next meeting will be Feb. 20. eat body president and Judy Price small builders, do-it-yourselfers VISITOR OF MR. and Mrs. and the three youngsters spent a and other end-users. pleasant afternoon calling on Gra- A 1938 graduate of the Univer- peview friends, sity of North Dakota. Jongeward ALTHOUGH EKE and Ann Eac- has been in the advertising bust- ' rett haven't officially moved out ness since 1938. He joined Simp- to Grapeyiew for the spring and son in 1949 as an advertising as- summer season they manage to sistant and was promoted to ad- spend as much time as possible at vertising manager in 1956. their snugbeach cottage on Stretch E.D. "Pat" Reiten, 44. moves from personnel manager-market- When ood Island. Last weekend they drove ing, to advertising-builder rela- out on Saturday, then returned to SheitorL in the evening for the high Lions director, reporting to Riley. school basketball game, then back In addition to managing Strop- son's advertising program, Reiten here for ovetighL. An early re- i$ important turn to Shelton Sunday was neees- will be responsible for promotion of Simpson products to large sary so that Ann might attend the homebuilders t h r oug h o u t the Community Concert association's country. Kick off dinner for the 1963 sea- Reiten is another North De- those who must look son. Members of the Board (of kotan and a graduate of North which Ann is one) were the offi- Dakota State Teachers College. their best rely on their ciat hosts for the affair, held at After several years as a teacher the Arcadia Point home of Mr. and coach he was hired by Simp- and Mrs. Harold McCleary, honor- son in 1952 as, general safety su- ing the workers. pervisor in Shelton. He advanced GrapeviewMother's Club met last through several industrial rein- Wednesday at the Grapeview tions assignments in Washington School. In the absence of the presi- and Oregon and was promoted to ORY CLEANER dent, no major business was trans- personnel manager-marketing in  ' acted. Seven members, including 1962. new resident, Mrs. Leslie Freeman, were in attendance. DdJlk 0 gli 4-H Barnacles met Monday after These services each school at the home of leader Mrs. Elestine Nicklaus. The members of Milk every day your garments are discussed their demonstrations in preparation for Demonstration Day to be held in the near future, make the difference . , In a recent letter to our local postmaster, vacationing Grape- SCHOOL MENU view residents, Dick and Minnie Coleman. relate the hardships of  SPOTTING wintering in Florida. Actually they WEEK OF FEB. 18 - 22 were happy with the present 80 Monday--Spaghetti with meat,  PRESSING degrees temperatures there but hot light rolls, peas, fruit, milk. had been suffering previously in  MENDING the severe cold which had hit that TuesdayVegetable soup, gril- area. Thelr oresent address is: - , led cheese sandwich, cookie, FREE PICK-UP 1881-Adams Avenue, Eau Gallic, canned fruit, milk. Fie. and The regular monthly meeting of Wednesday  Wiener winks. (within city) the Sarah Eckert Orthopedic Guild snap green beans, potato chips, will be held tomorrow (Friday, jello, milk. Feb. 151 at the home of Mrs. Ada Grigg at 11 a.m, The usual lunche- Thursday- Scalloped potatoes PANTOR! on-work party will be held and all with cheese, cabbage salad, ladies are reminded to bring their sandwich, applesauce, milk. sandwiches along. Friday -- No school. Washing- It is not often that it costs us ton's Birthday. ' d T " nothing to financially aid a deser- Ghaners an. _adors ving organization, so now's our Supplement your child's diet chance! The Orthopedic groups can convert your old license plates with Plenamins from 15 SO. Second into funds to further help pay for Prepp. Rexall the treatment so necessary for so Q many children. Residents of this area may leave their license plates 133 RR. Phone 426-4642 at the G raleview Grocery --, and many tlmnks from your Orthope- dic Guildl