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February 34, 1963,. eediest game animal in SHEETON--MASON COUNTY JOURNAL- Published in '(ChTista,t0'!,Vn, U.S.A.,, 8helton Washington is the pronghorn SETS REHT Miss the Fun and lent of Television 9R RADIO 3ota 426-6602 my Phacls om Nell Evander \\;e like to have you keep in mind the fact that 4th & Railroad is your "friendly pharm- acy corner" here in Shelton. It's NeWs Pharmacy (of course) where 'e're ahvays glad : Lo see and be of service Lo you. Daily 9:30 to 7:30 9:30 - 6:00 ,,00oadPharmacy 426-3327 (Paid Adv.) Pleasant Weekend Brings Visitors To Pioneer Area Waterfront Homes By Betty Ann Shero PIONEER --- This is winter? Last week ti]ere was snow in the Pioneer area and the kids were out sledding. This past weekend the children were nagging to go swimming in the bay. In fact, one brave soul swain Hammersly In- let from the Agate side over to Arcadia Sunday and from reports he was quite chilled when he craw- led out of the water. The warm weekend brought ont the "city folk', to visit their coun- try cousins on the water. Traffic was quite heavy Sunday on both the highways and the waterways. Folks on Leed's Loop Road are still wondering who belonged Lo the forty-foot fishing boat which was floating in the bay last week unattended. John Schroeder, son of the Frank Schroeder's, rescued it and tied it to Vic Auseth's dock and called the Coast Guard who came and towed the boat away. Friday, the following friends dropped in to wish your corre- spondent a Happy Birthday; Vir- ginia Dickinson Andy Vander- Wal, Estelle Bun'nell, Doris Auseth and Della Vik, all of the Pioneer area and Doris Jackson and Lynn Wilson both of Arcadia Road. TWO BIRTHDAY dinners were held Sunday in the Agate area. One was given by :Mrs. Vic Auseth for her mother, :Mrs. Alice Hovind. Guests besides the Auseth family were Mrs. Hovind's son, Buzz He- rind and family of Arcadia Road. mm mm mm mm m mm m m mmm m EE THE NEW n ANY channel ro You Spend one red cent on any color TV,. invite you to see RCA Victor Mark 8 Color TV. nd bring your best 'Tin from Missouri" attitude ig. Don't take our word that RCA Victor is ed for brilliant, lifelike color pictures... t u:tC2rUttyaJUd g: ?r yourself,. ,the color fidelity, P ' gPowerofMark8ColorTV. -olorn TVsee set!if you don't agree that your best bet is a I,pac .Saving Consohtte RCA VICTOR COLOR TV The GAYNOR Special Series 213-G-15.M 260 sq. in. picture Priced from s52500 TRADE IN, TRADE UP TO CA VICTOR MARK 8 COLOR TV THE MOST TRUSTED NAME IN TELEVISION TV Mrs. Ed Anseth gave a birthday din.nor for he five-year-old grand- daug'hter, "vVendie Phillips of Shcl- ton. \\;Vendie is the daughter o1: Mr. and Mrs. Stnn Phillips. Guests included Grnndpa Ausetb, Grnnd- ma Phillips. and Great-grnndpar- ents. Mr. and Mrs. Ehner Julian. Mrs. ,Jalmer Anseth is now at home nnd is reported doing fine alter her surgery. N[r. nnd Mrs. Art Rogers have mwchased a home in Hoquiam but do not plan to move until late]" in the year. Mrs. Jennie Grunert is in tbe Clinic Hospital but is reported Lo be feeling much better. Three Leed's Loop Road resi- dents Mtended the County Com- missioner's Meeting Monday to learn of the progress being" made on the proDosed vacation of the lower section of Lced's Loop Road. Mrs. Joyee Olson and Mrs. Dell Simpson attended the 4-H Lea- ders Conference in Shelton last week. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Valley of Leed's Loop Road visited in Brin- non Friday and Saturday in the Fay Bunnell home. THE PIONEER FIRE DIS- TRICT is sponsoring a card party which will be held Saturday eve- ninff, Feb. 23, beginning at 8 p.m. in the Agate Grange. The proceeds will a'o towards the purchase of a fire truck. Weekend visitors in the Jack Shore home were Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Shore and sons of Castle Rock, Mr. and Mrs. Julius Haasko and sons of Montesano, and Mr. and Mrs. John Dallam and sons of Shelton. ek d Mike Bunnell spent the we en with Tom Leonard of Dayton. 5udv Stroker of Silverdale, spent the 'weekend with her cousin, Chris Bunnell. The two g'irls attended the Shelton-Central Kitsa0 basket- ball game Saturday night. lVIrs. Lois Dillon has been ill at home this past week with the flu. Don Gates is driving the sehoo! bus in her absence. Mrs. Vic Auseth and he]- moth- er, vrrs. Alice Hovind, shopped in Tacoma Thursday. Pioneer residents and all voters of Road District No. 1 remember the Harstine Island Bridge Bond will be voted on next month. Our road district now supports the ferry system completely, but if a i/idffo is built the whole connty will have to pay for it, leaving us with more money to re!oair and rebuild our roads. We all know we have some of the wor,t l'OrdS ill the conntv. ELECTION OF OFFICERS was held at the Fire District meeting Feb. 5 and those elected to of- rices were Jack Gray, president: Sally Taylor, vice president: Jeaune Robb. secretary, and Phil Dnrand, treasurer. Mrs. Ermine Pa'e attended two operas in Portland this past week- end. They were Cavollieria Rusti- eana and Paglieci. Her son, James Pae,e, sang the baritone solos in both. The Derformance was very well received in the Portland Aadi- torium. Mrs. Page and her younger son, Dave of the Laurelwood Acad- emy in Forest Grove, Ore., stayed for fhe reception and then re- turned to their respective homes. Dave will be on leave from the academy this coming weekend and will be at his mother's home on Deer Creek. The Pickering Homemakers met Wednesday for their regular meet- ins at the Pickering Club house. Mabel and Grace Harriman were the hostesses for the meeting. The Homemakers had a Valentine Party potluck supper Saturday evening at the clubhouse. The Har- sLine Island Homemakers and their husbands were guests for the affair. Martin Auseth, our county commissioner, gave an informative talk on the Harstine Bridge Bond Issue. MRS. EMILY BABCOCK and Mrs. Paul Welch of Pickering ssae attended the meeting of the Costa, de Council of the Red Cros ]A American Lake. The head dietician gave a talk on the hos- pital and took the group on a tour of the dining area and kitchen. The purpose of this group is to furnish recreational activities for the patients of Madigan, Western State, and American Lake Hos- pitals. Mr. and Mrs. Joe EdmisLon and girls of Newport, Ore., were week- end guests in the home of her par- ents, the Pete VanderWal's of Agate. The 3ohn VanderWal's were Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kerr of Grapeview. The Jack Pearces of Port Ange- les visited friends and relatives in the Pioneer area over the weekend. Mrs. Ken Roberts and girls were guests in the Loren Roberts home on Cranberry Creek Monday; The county does deserve credit for the fine job of repairing the Leed's Loop Road hill. The resi- dents of the road certainly ap- preciate it. PIONEER SCHOOL NEWS Remember the Father-Son Ban- quet Saturday evening -in the school, beginning at 7:30 p.m. Games will be played and refresh- meats will be served. Come one come all. Mr. Deffinbaugh's room won the coffee can band contest. Their 'ize will be a new book for their library and a special treat from the P.T.O. Miss Calanan's room have two more fish for their aquar- ium. The aquarium which was pur- chased by parents donations last year is proving to be quite an at- Eell.s & Valley alike.tractin to students and parents Tim Pioneer Basketball team lost to Lower Skokomish Grade Apphance Center 00c00oo, " Mrs. Pages third and fourth grades room will have their Val- entine's Day Party Thursda Renee Simpson and Brad Shero tHERE YOU GET THE BEST DEAL, BY GEORGE" will also celebrate their birthdays. room mothers, Mrs. Okonek and Mrs. Doris Auseth Will assist 2nd & Cote Streets m the festivities. Lilliwaup Club Plans Benefit Card Party By Mrs Nell Vance LILLIWAIJP.---LilIiwa up Com- munity Club potluck and card party Friday evening was well attended Nine tables of pinochle were played, high score going to Emma Prusia and Frank Meln- tyre. second high to Lulu Smith and Matt Kaare. 300 pinochle Lo Stella Morken and Roland Willson. Bill Gilbert was the lucky winner of the door prize. Hostesses for the epening were Mamie Kaare and Maybelle \\;Villson. Friday evening Feb. 15. a spe- cial card party will be held at the hall all proceeds will go to tim March of Dimes. All prizes and refreshments will be donated by the members. The public is invited. The Order of Amaranth pancake breakfast held Suuday at the Lilli- waup Community Club house was a great success. It kept the cooks and helpers very busy from 8 a.m. Lo 2 p.m. Everyone that attended enjoyed the breakfast very much. ORAN LEE WHO SPENT three days in Providence Hospital re- turned home 'Sunday and is get- tins along" nicely. Neff Van spent four days in Shelton General hospital and re- turned home Monday, he also is recovering nicely. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Burg and daughter Nelda Jean of North Lake visited Art's mother. Daisy Vance and his sister, Marion Johnston and her husband over the weekend, they also visited Art's father, Nell Vance at the hospital. Mrs. Frances Moake entertained Elinor Chapter O.E.S. Social Club Monday at her home at Eldon. A potluck luncheon was served at noon \\;vith a business meeting fol- lowing. Plans were made for the yearly birthday dinner, and a night of honoring all Past Mat- rons and Past Patrons. Those enjoying the afternoon were Mesdames Zone Senn, Ruth Latham, Jo Sicily from Shelton. Mesdames Lenora Borg Mamie Kaare Esther Christensen, Evelyn Nicholson Rule Dickinson, Flora Lockwood Edna Haines, Maybelle Willson from Potlatch and Hoods port Mrs Ella Lange from Union Mesdames Lulu Smith, Erna Mar- tin. Cords Vratkins. Eleanor Pierce and the hostess Frances Moake from the Lilliwanp district. Salt has been used successfully to stop leaks in irrigation ditches and farm pond bottoms. Benefit Dinner At Beifair Brings Out Crowd of More Than 600 By Rachel Freelin BELFAIR -- Everyone who at- tended the McKay Benefit Dinner last Sunday is convinced that BeN fair is a pretty good place to live. A large crowd, estimated at over 600 people, filed into the Masonic Temple from 12:30 Lo 6 p.m. in an ahnosL steady stream. But there was no confusion and thanks to the committees in charge, plates were quickly filled and ta- bles cleared and reset as the crowd moved in and out. The smorgasbord table held food to please every taste, with the members of practically every or- ganization in the community do- nating either pies, salads, or hot dishes, and many individuals bringing something, "just in case there imft enough for the crowd." A great deal of credit goes to all the organizations that worked together to make the affair sucn a success and to Bill McKimson who acted as general coordinator for the event. NOW THAT everyone is in the mood for eating out, don't forget the Elementary PTA's spaghetti dinner from 5-8 p.m. on next Sat- urday, the 18Lb. This is North Ma- son Elementary's only fund rais- ing event for the year. and the committee in charge is busy with preparations for the usual good food and service at a low price. :Boy Scout Sunday was observed Feb. 10 with Scouts and Cubs oi: Troop 513 and Aliyn Troop 537 remtscitation, and a demonstration with a large doll used for this purpose, as well as discussion and listing of commou plants found to be poisonous to children and adults. Founders' Day \\;\,ill also be observed. THOSE LIGHTS at the school far into the night and the many cars parked on the grounds have led some people to wonder wtlat the occasion is--It's practice time. A large east is ah'eady hard at work preparing for the minstral show. which will be one of the March highlights in the commun- ity. Not only talent from the spon- soring North :Mason high school PTA but other local talent will be contributing to the show's ma- ny acts. Congratulations go to Miss San- die Fleury, elected as treasurer of the Olympic Assn. Baptist Young People's group Junior High Division, at the district rally last Saturday. And best wishes for a speedy recovery to :Mrs. Boyd Hunter, now recovering at home after sur- gery aLa Bremerton hospital. Cue of the most popular discus- sions in Belfair these days con- cerns the closing of the local sher- iff's sub-office here and.the mov- ing of Deputy Dick Valley to Shelton as of April 1. There are many pros and cons on the mat- Ler. and without getting involved in any arguments this correspon- dent can at least say she is going to miss the help she has had from i i 40 et 8 Voiture 135 brings back by request The Popular Jack Glasco Trio -- featuring -- Fred Keaton piano Jack Glasgo .......................... bass Jack Stuart ........................ drums The Best In Musical Entertainment and Dancing MEMBERS ONLY Dick in getting some of her facts taldng part in the worship serv- straight. ices at the Belfair Community church. Taking part were: Paul ii i i i i i Squire, Jeff Allen, Alan Cady, and -- . ..... -- " i ................... presenting the flags were: Gary O!ki Natmonwmde Consumer Testmng Institute Report= I-Iurd, George Palmer, Ronald Griffey and Gary Mullcn. PLYi00OUTH W|NS Ed Squire, representing the church-sponsored 513c group lea- ders, spoke on scouting aims. This marks the 15th ,,eat" for PERFORMANCE TEST. the group, which will also be mar- king the beginning of the Boy Scout movement, started in Eng- land by Lord Bayden-Powe]], when PLYMOUTH WINS it holds its annual Blue and Gold Dinner at the Belfair Fire Hall on Sunday. This is a family potluck event for all members of 513c ana their families, with dell mothers GAS ECONOMY TEST,, in charge of arrangement. North Mason Elementary PTA will meet tonight, at the All m school, for its program on Finance and Legislation. High school PTA members are reminded to save the evening of Feb. 21 for that group's meeting and the program on various phas- es of accident prevention and treatment, under the safety chair- man Mrs Frank Fedenk. There will be a fihn on mouth-to-mouth )It happened in the seco, d big meeting of Ford Galaxie "500%( Chevrolet Impala and Plymouth Fury at Riverside, Cal.--in a  "Showdown" Plymouth asked for. The cars were all V-8s, com. parably equipped. And Nationwide Consumer Testing Institute was there to conduct the competition and see to it that its strict rules were followed. When it was over, Plymouth had victories in almost every performance test, plus victory in the all-importantl economy run, Plymouth for 'G3 als0 has the only 5-year/50,000-1 mile warranty* in the tough Plymouth-Ford-Chevrolet league_e See your dealer. Plymouth's on the move. CITY PASSING PLYMOUTH .................. 278 R: CHEVROLET ..... , ...... 279 ft FORD ........................... 305 ft. HIGHWAY PASSING PLYMOUTH ....................... 462 ft. CHEVROLET ................... 516 ft| FORD ........................ 554 fta EMERGENCY STOP FORD ........................... 120 ft PLYMOUTH ......... *...-,-,.o. 125 ltl CHEVROLET ..................... 133 Itl GO-STOP#ARK PLYMOUTH ................. ...2:32 min= 1 FORD,.., ...... , ............ ....2:44 miami CHEVROLET .................... 2:57 miD.( 3-MILE CLASSIC PLYMOUTH ........... ...... 2:51.74 mirl  CHEVROLET ................. 2:55.67 mirt FORD,,.. .................. 3:04.89 mi See dealer for f, detai| ZERO*TO-SIXTY PLYMOUTH.  11.99 sec CHEVROLET ,.. 13.64 sec. FORD ............ 18.01 sea. QUARTER-MILE PLYMOUTH ................... 18.04 sec; CHEVROLET ........ 18.99 sea. FORD..-- ....  ....... 20.53 sea. KILOMETER RUN PLYMOUTH ............... 33.43 seC; CH EVROLET.,, ....... 34.44 sea. FORD.,. .................. 37.59 sea. ECONOMY RUN PLYM OUTH ................. 18.77 mpg. CHEVROLET .... .-,..... 17.04 mpg. FORD .....  ............. 16.14 mpg. " HILL CLIMB CHEVROLET ............... 15.00 sec. PLYMOUTH... ..... .. .... 15.44 sec. FORD ............. *'16.O0 sea. *$1ncomplets third heat  Dance Planned At Matlock Grange-Hall Friday Night By Dora, Hearing Bremerton. spent the weekend MATtOCK.--There will be the with Mrs. Simpson's mother, Mrs. regular dance at the Matlock j. R Singleton. Grange Hall this Saturday eve- MR. AND MRS. Herbert Breh- ning, Feb. 16. meyer Jr. and children spent Sun- The ladies of the community are day evening with Mr. and Mrs. invited to a personal and kitchen I. C. Ford. shower for Mrs. Kenneth Howard. Stanley GwinneLte spent a few Tuesday evening, Feb. 19 at 7:30 days last weekwith his folks at p.m. at the Helin home. Kent. Mrs. Augusta Portman and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Churchill Carl Portman were dinner guests and family of Shelton spent Satur- of N[r. and Mrs. L. D. PorLman of day afternoon with :Mrs. Augusta Shelton Wednesday evening. Portman and Carl Portman. Mrs. Clarence Creamer, Mrs. l[r. and Mrs. L. D. Portman Pat Creamer and Mrs. Clarence and Mrs. Marie McKay of Shelton. Pahner were hostess for a bridal called on Mrs. Augusta Portman shower m honor of Miss 5dan and Carl Portman Sunday eve- Trenckmann at the Trenckmann nine. home last week on Thursday Mr. and Mrs. V. Eagle and afternoon and the honored guest family and Mr. and Mrs. Chmqes received many useful gifts and a McGonade. all of ShIton were lovely lunch was served to the ,qun.,lav drop-in callers at the An- ladies drew MeGawie home. MR. AND MRS. Elvin Hearing Mr. and Mrs. Fred Crabtree and were dinaer guests of Mr. and family snent the weekend at Mrs. Herbert Helin last Monday Rainier. Ore.. with Mr. and Mrs. evening. E. ,l. Caufield. :Mr. and Mrs. IAoyd House of Mrs. Paul Rossmaier and son Tacoma were Saturday dinner nnd Nrrs. Lad Rossmaier called a'uests of Mr. and :Mrs. Edward Friday on Mrs. Arthur Sharp of Valley. Olvmnia. :Mr. and Mrs. William Duckwitz MRS. M. E. CROWELL sent of Rochester were Sunday din- Sunday with "the Crowell brothers nor guests of Mr. and Mrs. Elvin at Aberdeen. Hearing. John McGarvie and Nan Taylor Mr. and Mrs. 3. D. Simpson of called at the Elvin Hearing home Snnday evening. range News Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Seer of Chehalis, spent Sunday with the Lad Rossmaier's. Mr. and Mrs. Lad Rossmaier By Betty Ann Shore motored to Rochester Sunday The AGATE GRANGE met Fri- evening to visit with Lad's folks day evening with 15 members there. present. The charter was draped Mr. and Mrs. Earl Cash and for Mrs. Lauderback. The Grange daughter, Holly 3can of Everett, men had a work party Saturday spent the weekend with their afternoon and cut several loads folks, Mr. and Mrs. Max Cash. of wood for the Grange. Plans were made at the meeting to have the officers attend the Gavel Meeting at TWANOH GRANGE Friday evening. PROGRESS GRANGE started their meeting with a-potluck sup- Can ave per beginning at 6:30 p.m. Thirty- four members were present in- cluding alloftheofficers. PROG. You Tax RESS will be taking a gavel to TWANOH Friday evening. The lecturer presented an interesting M ney! program combining. Lincoln's O Birthday and Valentine's Day. There will be a dance at the hall Saturday night. Are you cIa;mlng all drug de. CLOQuALLUI GRANGE had ductions to which youare entitled? a routine business meeting Friday Thousands of items can be listed. night which was followed by a DrugTax--available free to our Valentine Party with a Valentine customers--furnishes you an an. Day Box. This was enjoyed by nual record. Come in today and the 13 members present.' ask about DrugTax. It'l free. SKOKOMISH GRANGE had a Start saving tax moneyt potluck supper before the meeting Friday evening An aapplication formembership'waspresentedfor P R E P'P ' S D. Joan Burnett and accepted. The Grange ladies will serve din- ner Friday night for theMason County Grange Insurance Agents at ,the hall. Rexali Store I could not get a report for the FAIR HARBOR GRANGE this week but will try to gel tlem Second & Railroad in next week. Phone 426-4642 Use Journal Want Ads ..... i  ii I ;i i  i , SYour Author|zed Plymouth-Valiant atsr'a Warrsnty a gainstde[octsjn.matedal and wofkmarhip 0n_129_ ? has been . a-nandad tn ;nnl,d narLq nlacerrlt Or telir Without charge tot requ|te(l parts or labor, tOr a years or txI,Lwu mhos, wnlcn- } " .............. " ....... .... 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