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February 14, 1963

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Dayton Traveling Pinochle Club To Meet At Community Hall Sol, ** HECKS ...... BACKS New members are Mrs. Ronald Mr .and Mrs. Fred Pharris, Seat- Moore, Mrs. Howard Nichols, Mrs. Bernard Rishel and Mrs. John Rock. The next meeting will be on Feb. 19 and Mrs. Pete Roberts will be hostess. Eight-year-old Cindy Wickhorst suffered a badly bruised leg Wed- nesday evening when she was play- ing on some piled logs. The logs rolled with her pinning her leg between two. She was a lucky little girl as there were no brok- en bones. The next door neighbor, Bob Jones came to her rescue and removed the logs. Mrs. A1 Chappell is spending some time in Ehna at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ma.tthews, while they are in Ore- on with another daughter, Mrs. ertha Carpenter who was injured in an automobile accident which took the life of her husband. Mr. and Mrs. Don Cress and family, Shelton called on Mr. and Mrs. James Hickson on Wednes- dny bringing a cake for her birth- day. Drop-in callers were Mrs. Fred Phillips and Norman Brown. M]. AND MRS. Charles Ed- wards, Larry, Leslie and Maurice Pearson and Mike, a friend of Maurice, all of Seattle were week- end guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Seab Combs. On Satur- day evening the Combs entertained at a surprise birthday dinner hon- oring Mr. Edwards and Mr. Clif- ford Combs. Mrs. Clifford Combs Dennis and KeiLh and Mr. Les Bozazth were also guests. Weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Moore were tile Everett VCagener and Ronald L. Chapman families of Spanaway. Mrs. Eunice Stone of Burling- ton is spending some time with her daughter aud family, 5it. and Mrs. John Rock. Mrs. A. E. Lemke spent a few days last week in Seattle visiting with her children, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lemke, Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Wolden and Mr. and Mrs. Cecil MeLain. Saturday dinner glmsts of Mrs Gertrude Scott. were Mr. and Mrs. Bill Homan, Shelton, and Mrs. Clifford Ford, Lake Nahwatzel. Sunday visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Pete Roberts were Dr. and h[rs. Bill Monson and Chqs of Kent, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Roberts and Jinuny, Island Lake and Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Dewell and Pare, Shelton. Doris Hickson was Sunday over- night guest in the Shclton home of Sharon Moffatt. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bunnell Olympia, end Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Kill0ugh were Sunday callers in Lhe Darl Goldy home. My. and Mrs. Cecil McLain and children spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Lemke. MR. AND MRS. Fritz Buechel enjoyed a visit from her sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Wil- liam Curtis of Adna, Sunaay. Dale Chappell spent Saturday overnight and Sunday wffh Lamw and Steve Chappell of Matlock. Sunday evening, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Chappell visited and took Dale home. Sunday dimmr guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Young wei'e Mr. and Mrs. XV. J. Cuzick and sons of Mill Creek. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Tibbits and children of Chehalis visited the Dell Adams Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. C: G. ChapLn, IAlliwaup and Mr. ald Mrs. Cliff Rumpf and children, Shelton, were SUnday dinner guests of Mr. and NIrs. John Anderson. Mr. and Mrs. Gus Bye, Shelton were Saturday evening callers in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Darl Goldy. Sheila Hickson spent Tuesday overnight with Kathy Rock. Mrs. Gertnlde Scott motored to Kclso with Mr. and Mrs. Bill Ho- man: Shelton, Sunday. We are llappy to hear that Mrs. J. W. Stoner is back home and feeling better after a four-day stay in the hospital with infection. Mr. and Mrs. John Anderson and children were Friday evening visit- tle, visited Sunday with his par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Pharris. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and M:rs. Allen Tibbits were Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Tibbits and children, Chehalis. Mrs. L. B. Pharris motored to Tacoma on business Monday. Twenty young people of the Senior Hi Baptist Youth Group gathered on Sunday evening in the home of Mike Hulbert for a Sip and Sing hour. Mt. View Church Slates Series of Ilissionaries key. H. G. Crisman, veteran pio- neer missionary, will be one of the featured speakers at the annual Missionary convention of the Mt. View Alliance Church. Rev. Mr. Crismaa has had 65 years of mis- sionary service in South America. He first went to the field in 1897, and was among the first eight protestant mis- sionaries Lo enter the country of Ecuador. The Mission- ary Convention at Mt. View Al- liance Church will begin Feb. 17, and continue each day through Feb. 24. Besides }Lev. Grisnn the missionary speakers, there will be slides, curios, costumes, dis- plays and a missionary film. Mrs. Joe Ost of Ivory Coast, Africa. will speak the evening of Feb. ]7. Mrs. P. E. Carlson of Viet Nam will be the speaker on Monday night. The speaker on Tuesday night will be Rev. H. G. Crisman of Ecmdor. and Mrs. Crisman will speak ou Wednes- day night. Rev. M. C. Allen of Indonesia will speak on Thurs- day night, and key. John Swain of Viet Nam will be the speaker on Friday night. On tlle final Sun- day of the convention, Feb. 24th, Mrs. H. O. Watkins of Guinea, Africa, will speak in tile morning sin-vice, and there will be a sound, color film on the "Shangri-La" valley of New Guinea in the eve- ning service. Tie Mt. View Alliance Church is located aL the corner of Wash- ington and "J" streets in the Mt. View district. Services will begin at 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. on Sundays, and 7:30 p.m. on the weekdays. PREP BASKETBALL SCORES Ol3npic  League Shelton 52, Central 45 West 45, South 30 Port Angeles 60, North 34 East 66, Shelton 43 Bainbridge 55, Central 53 (nl) Olympic A League PorL Townsend 70, North Mason 45 Sequim 64, Forks 54 Seamount Leaglm CurLis 60, North Thurston 46 Sumner 50, Bethel 41 Fife 81, Peninsula 60 White River 41. Laughbon 31 + Central League Ehna 52, St. Martins 38 Eatonvi]le 65, Yelm 42 Raymond 58, Tumwater 49 Win]ock 59. Rochester 56 (oL) Montesano 60, Chehalis 49 SV Leaglze Olympia 56, Kelso 50 (ot) Hudsons Bay 49, Hoquiam 45 Evergreen 72, Aberdeen 56 Vancouver 54, CenLralia 53 Morris 61, Battleground 46 Tri-Comtty League Moclips 60, Wishkah 25 North River 76, QuinaulL 43 Jlmior High Leagaie Miller 67, Shelton 35 Washington 31, Centralia 29 ors in the R. S. Huey home. The Jefferson 41, Hoquiam 41 I .... I--"- .... ' fUSED CARS 1961 FALCON club sedan ................ s1495 real clean, R & H, auto. 1.959 FORD picl,-,,l), 6 cyl ............... 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