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day, February 20, 1964 SI-IELTON--MASON COUNTY JOURNAL--Published in "Ohristmastown, U.S.A.", Shelton; Washington PAGE 7 'Rickey Raccoon' Is Adopted As Glean H01 Wa er Symbol found two most do: e, ing tar- gets Friday night when an inter- ~lnoRey ale Bear will get help hide of tribute greeted Julie and now in his consmwation work by Doris Stock during the interis- one of his forest friends, Rickey sion of the Mothers' Club spon- Raccoon. sored game night at the Grape- ~Ht The National Association of Soil view gradcschool. and VVater Conservation Districts The Barnacles 4-H Chlb initiated accepted at its Kansas City, Me.the gestures by singing a song of IIIn00me convention the raccoon, in the car- their affection for our well-known icatm'e form of Rickey Raccoon, post-master following which, they which wa:~ submitted by the Wa- presented him with a plaque ~es- shington State Association of Soil ignating him as an honorary me- and Water Conservation Districts. ber of the Barnacles. Doris was i I( Rickey Raccoon will ben symbol then beckoned forward to join of the antipollution campaign toJulie, a fanfare was sounded and keep the nation's streams aim wa- a beautiful pink and white cake of ters as clean as the food the rac- gigantic proportions was carried coon in its natural habitat pro-in and placed in front of them. fers to eat. Rickey Raccoon, in caricature After Murial Somers, as presi- form, was conceived by the boarddent of the Mothers' Club, con- of supervisors of the Pierce Coun- veyed this group's thanks to both ty Soil and Water Conservation Julia and Doris for their many District. Kenneth Scholtz, Chair- thoughtful and helpful services to man of the board, took the brain- the chlb, much to the couple's amazement what should burst child to Bob Hale, Seattle Cartoon- through the top of the big cake ing Weatherman, who sketched but "Miss Grapeview' alias tiny the idea and Rickey Raccoon was Virginia Query! This little miss born. Thc National Association of presented the Stocks with a gift Soil and Water Conservation Dis- of tribute from tim Mothers' club, an engraved silver tray. It really tricts will sponsor and promote must have been intended to lae Rickey Raccoon in a nation-wide campaign to keep our waters Doris and Julie's night, (quite!) clean. Schools and organizationsfor during the course of the eve- will be encouraged to use Rickeyning Jnlie was h|cky enough to Raccoon in programs and activities win a lovely rose bush while Doris to call attention to ttze rmcd LO took home the door prize, a beau- tiful heart shaped cake donated "Keep Our Water Clean!" Copies by Mrs. Robert Pelan. Other lucky of the Rickey Raccoon sketch maypersona benefiting from the games be obtained by writing to ale were Olem Hell, Kim Nlcklaus, State Soil and Water Conserva- Myron Polk, both Howard Somers tion Committee, 335 General Ad- and daughter Kristi, Cathy Query, ministrationBuilding, Olympia, Henry Baxter, Mike Benson and Washington. Salli Clayton while a beaming ....... Clifford Hicks was delighted to In a recent traffic study this take home some "legal lettuce". Les Joslin statement appears "There is pros- To the delight of the committee West Coast Life ently no adequate measure of the in charge, Louise Okonek, Shirley actual parking delnand that would Eldridge, Shirley Engen and Salli Illsuran~e develop if supply were ample and Clayton, about 70 persons were in 1627 Summit Dr. rates low." ~ttendance and the Valentine's 426-6373 ............. ~ ........... Day theme was indeed most suit- A reckless driver is a fellow able to not only the date but also who passes you in spite of all you the events of the evening. Special can do. thanks are hereby offered to Bill Staudt Jr. who took over the du- ties of Master of Ceremonies for the evening. LL GRAPEVIEW -- Saint Valen- Fredzicks IT WAS WITH great relief that his sons and their families learned m that by Sunday afternoon, Bill Stoudt was able to sit up and take nourishment. Stoudt who is hos- REFRIGERATOR q) CLOTHES WASHER CLOTHES DRYER q) ELECTRIC 'RANGE FOOD FREEZER q) AUTOMATIC: DISHWASHER QI OOD DISPOSAL TELEVISION WE HAVE THE ANSWER In either New or Used Appliances USED APPLIANCES WITH WRITTEN WARRANTY "After The Sale Its The Service That Counts" and Cots Street Phone 426-2445 ~mn in LADIES' fIOh~ SHOE DEPT. Jou , =coo ,?ySjKE ,N , Operated and Managed by CHRISTENSEN,S FOR SHOES, Bremerton pitalized at the Madigan General Hospital underwent approximately five hours of lung surgery last Friday and after two tedious days began to slowly but surely gain ground. All goes to prove, you can't keep a good man down, Get well soon Bill and hurry home to This 'iT" is for today...14.99 How Smart you'll look as you stride briskly through a busy day of shopping or sightseeing in this well- tailored T-strap! Soft, mellow /uxury-leather on a dashing stacked heel. Light and flexible . . . with that famous Red Cross 5hoe feeling.., as though made for Your foot alone! spent a delightfully the Grapeview Grade School pup- in guests Of the Richeys at their / This product has no connection whatever with The American pleasant Saturday evening wimn they joined four other couples from Tacoma and Grays Harbor. Not being able to work out orig- inal plans to go to Tacoma phased them not at all for when they reached the Tlki, a new restau- rant in Lakewood, they all fofi~d its Polynesian atmosphere quite differen't and enjoyable. Alors! From the Banan Belt to Polynesia. Monday evening Ed, Louise and Leslie drove over to Tacoma to the home of son Richard and fam- ily, taking along a lovely cake to help him celebrate his birthday. After weeks of inte~asive stu~ly, Julie Stock is no doubt glad [o have this first formal phase of realty instruction come to an end. He joined about 300 other hope- fuls Saturday morning bright and early to spend the day taking the State Real Estate Board Exam- ination. Hope all went well. The M. J. Robinsons beat even the robins in returning from the southland this year. They arrived "home" front California Feb. 10, very happy to be here at their cozy beach home once again. GLAD TO BE BACK from a re- cent business trip to the mid- west, Bernie Tresner of Tacoma was indeed eager to spend a day: here at their summer cottage onI Soulc's cove. This suited wife Ma- rie's folks, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Ornes of Olympia, who were hap- Py to have an outing as was Ma- rie*s sister, Mrs. Edith Ranghart, but before the family group got very far underway, Marie became ill and had to be taken home. However the rest purmled their l trip to its destination and while! here, soon collected an ample boo-i ty of beach-fresh oysters and son~ :B. G. renewed acquaintances with ! local friends, i Mr. and Mrs. George Lewis have' received word from san Diego! ~at George's aunt, Mrs. Estella remer has successfully under-: gone surgery and is doing quite well. Quite a few Grapeviewites! found "Aunt SteW' to be a most charming and affable lady when she spent some time here with the Lewis' and will be glad to hear that she is recuperating sat- isfactorily. It was a busy Sunday afternoon at the Veestpark Lanes in Brem- crton for four young Grapeview bowlers who took part in the An- nual Elks Tournament. Marcella Westberg and Jody Engen bowled in the Bantam League while Ron Peters and Denny Sanford bowled for the Junior Leag~m. As yet the official results have not been pub- lishcd. Benson Lake! An extra fine fihn furnished ex- The Ed Okoneks aazd "Speck" tra fine educational enjoyment for North Mas )n PTA To H,ave" Yout i- Niglt" Pn am Meeting Toni[Ill By Betty Cris,~ Evergreen Garden Club Will fea- BELFAIR -- The North Mason lure birds. Roll Call will be ans- Junior-Senior High PTA has des- wered by members' favorite bird, igmtt:ed their meeting tonight as and the design of the month, surf- "Youth Night". The program will i mitted by Mrs. Claire Bogle, will feature teenage organizations ~[: feature a bird. the community. Birds will be the program sub- Among those participating will ject presented by member, Mrs. be the Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts Stan Freclin. The meeting will be and 4-H groups. Two boys' sing- at 11:30 today at the home ing groups will entertain, the Yachtsmen, and a new group, the of the hostess, "Mrs. Claude Mc- Knight, assisted by co-hostess, Transistors. The program will be Mrs. Ethel Rand~dl. presented at 8 p.m. with the bus- iness meeting following. A report PARENTS OF CUB Scouts met at the Community Church Feb. 12 will bc given on the results of to discuss reorg'anization of the the questionnaire recently submit- tcd to the parents conce'rning the Belfair Cub Pack The Pack is ]tot possibility of consolidation of the registered as yet as there is no Elementary and Junior-Senior Cubaster and Dens in the Bel- PTA's. fair and Sunset Beach area lack The Februa,nr meeting of the:Den Mothers. Date for a pack meeting will be announced later and in the meantime further ef-i ....... forts will be made to fill these vacancies. The next bake sale sponsored by the Scout Mothers' Auxiliary will be held Saturday at Pope'S. The February meeting of the North Mason School Directors was held in the High School library Feb. 10. Meeting was called for 7:30 P.m. so that Directors and guests COuld go through the Cafe- teria building with Gordon Solic, general contractor. Solie also gave a progress report at the formal j meeting Which convened at 8 p.m. [He mlggcsted a birch wdfnscoting l about 4' hi .. gl~ m i.he dinmg area ana teachers, area in order to pro- tect the Walls and submitted an estimated cost of $300 plus. Me, tion was passed by the Directors it() approve this additional work by the contraetor. The Directors also decided to meet at a later date with the Teachers' Salal.-y Committee. Su- perintendent Robert Johnson gave a report on the Preliminary Bud- VOYAGEI get for 1964-65 with regard to , expected revenues. Mr. Hawkins, counselor at the High School, gave a report on present Guidance and Co|mseling scrvlces offered. He discussed tests available for Juniors aald Seniors interested in either College or Vo- cation Training after rflgh school. Scholarships and other ~s- sistance to students was outlined. THE HONOR SOCIETY of the No[th Mason High School spon- sored two basketha~l games last Saturday night. The Ladies of Bel- fair played the l~igh school girls and the men. of the faculty took on a Belfair men's team. Youth and experience won for the girls "12-18, but the women earned an~ "E" for effort and enthusiasm. The men's game was close]', x~zilt th~ fscll. "'. .. '. z ty coming out on lop 38-32. Dick Strain, JV coach at the High School was high-point man for the faculty, but he had lots of help from his teammates. Jim Cadv played like a demon for the Belfair team, aided by )Valter Baselt, Ehner Slagle, Bill Wal- baum and others. M:rs. Maryanne Raines coached bot:h teams in the women's game and Bill Hawkins coached the faculty With Elmer Slagle coaching the Belfair men. The spectators went home happy anl no doubt some of the athletes fl,tional Red CroSS went home with aching muscles. . But it wa= Iual ils Monday aftelntoon. "Our Mister Sun" was not only chock full Of inferstUn but tharnlr~s to P, ell Telephone's thoughtful organiza- tion was keyed to catch every youngster's interest. Stretch Island home were Mr. and Mrs. Forz4est "Frosty" Koch of Sholton. The Fair Harbor Grange, a~ a result of t~heir recent card party, has been able to mail a check for Mrs View Alliance ince pel,sio,, p. nents .,'o . made by the Veterans Administra- Church To Hear lion at a monthly ,'ate based on anticipated annual income of the m= , y";ss'0nar- K"-ea'-ers c]airaazlt, any c,,an~'e in this anti- cipated annual income should lie The Annual Missionary Convert- reported immediately to the VA. Lion of the Mi. View Alliance .................................................. Churclz will conclude this week- end. Now that the air occasionally $21.76 to the March of Dimes. This carries a hint of spring, the fever was half of the gate receipts. The to work out of doors has afflicted other half will go toward paying many persons. Gus Miller of Seat- i a part of the expenses incurred in tie who last fall 15urchased a par- i the Grapeview school kitchen eel of land from Mrs. Kay San- painting project. ford, west of the Stretch Island The 4-H Barnacles have ac- road, spent several ~lays prior to qnired three new members as of last weekend acquainting himself last Tuesday's meeting at the Don with his holdings an[I trying his Query'home. They are Dabble and hand at pruning grapes. Herbert Gary Smith and Nancy Ewart. Kronse of Tacoma who made an After the business meeting Cathy adjacent purchase, spent Monday Query gaw~ a demonstration on working in his vineyard which also how to prepare a breakfast grape- overlooks the St. Charles Inlet. fruit, Bonnie Benson showed the Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Richey tray- group how to prepare .a fruit sal- elled to Seattle Feb. 7, to attend ad and Joel Zehe gave the funda- mentals on, how to make a Poor the Installation of officers of Un- Boy sandwich. Sounds as if pro- iversity Assembly's International ject work is coming right along Order of Rainbow for Girls in and, come to think of it, it all which their niece, Pant Richey, was a Courtesy Officer, so,wing as sounds delicious! a Page. Also on hand for the A last minute reminder to the w "" ladies of the Sarah Eckert OrTh- impressive ceremony as ~ars. _: ~ .'., ..... . ' " who ' d cpemc ~uila "rne ~uim mee~s Mr~ Charles Somers cn~oye F .L " . .7 .... ..' " . ...... ., rmay a~ 1 a m a~ the nom'e this opportunity Ior a Drze[ visit of " "" " ' ~ ....... " ..... " ..... nostess Mrs Jhill ~EaucIE, Jr with me t~mneys LIOy(I ancl FRye Con e : - ~' - " " " . ..- - t ,~u~l(t bring sanawicn an(~ remained overnight aL tne nome z .'_ , " -- ~, p'o]ectsupplies of Mrs. Faye Richey, ~an s me- ,6~" ,-," " - ...... . " ~,,~ ,-,rapeview v V'.D. Will mee~: taer. Feb. 25 at 7 p.m. for tanker drill SUNDAY AFTERNOON drop~ and bunny drawing~ Beachcombers Ga,lden Club Hears Program On Grow ing 0[ Roses by Jacqueline Engman and Mrs. Mel Hcmphill's 38th wed- ALLYN .... The Beachcombers ding anniversary. Garden Club tact at the home eli Mr and Mrs Jim Von Osten Mrs. ~..~esta Reynolds of,~ Vietor I spant Friday evening Square dan- m~t. xfl.ursoa, v. ~ .!nemners a ucl cing at the Community Center in one wmtor mrs. ~e~ty ~unu were reorLon present. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Clements Plans were made for the ell- snent the weekend vie;tin,~ ,,,oh tertaining of District Members in cousins in Pro% An' ^'=Y ~' ...... April. sc,~. Mrs. Reynolds gave a very in- ~ m mmm~ teresting program on the growing of roses. Roll call was answered ~ZRtl~tt~ Igat,,m lq~ by naming our favorite roses. A I Kg nuw II delicious luncheon was served by The speaker Thursday night will be Rev. John Van Patter. Mr. Van Patter has completed 16 years ot missionary service in Indonesia. The speaker Friday night will he R.v.~ J. W. Brill. Mr. Brill is the senior missionary of the staff of the Christian and Missionary Alliance in Indonesia, having ser- ved in that country since 1929. The speaker Sunday morning yourcmcked will be Rev. Elmer Entz, mission- el or windows wllb ary to India. Mr. Entz has been engaged in evangelism "rod radio work during his missionary ser- PITTSBURGH SAFETY GLASS vice in India. ' Our complete stocks of~ Sunday evening a sound-color DUPLATE Soe. P=o~, el., missionary film entitled "God's Chosen Vessel" will be shown. DUOLITE ~,~ w~,~ew oh== The missionaries will also pre- SOLEX Heot-ikbnorblnql Olom sent slides, curios, and costumes. The times for the services are: mire you prompt, efficient glm Iflac~ment jobs in all makm md 7:30 p.m. week mghts and 9:45 Jmedela ~ ear= on the road tod - a.m., 11 a.m.; 6 p.m., and 7 p.m. mr. Sunday. The Mt. View Alliance OltL U= FO~t~ I~l~lRI church is .~ocaeed .~t' -Washington and "J" Streets in Shelton. ".eT ing on GRIMES & lid hills. One day the cars were stack- 3rd & Grove Ste. ed against him." [ Le wreYt Orga,,s I J INHY'S I IUSlC B | OPEN MeN. & FRI. EVENINGS I 205 Cota ~St. ~ ' , the hostess. Regular business was discussed and attended to as usual. An in- formativc mceting was enjoyed by al'~wanohl' Grange will have its Gavel meeting Friday at the Bel- fair Fire Hall. All "ntcntbers arc urged to attend, q'qxey would like to see a large turnout. Skokomish Grange will bc bringing the travel- ing gavcl. Sorry I:o hear Elaine l~owalczyk has been ill. We all hope to sac her up alld around and recovered real soon. Thc Cabaret Valentine dance held Feb. 15 spousorcd by the Vic- tor Conmmnity Chfl) was a big success. Everyone really enjoyed themselves and are looking for- ward tq another dance. Sorry'to hear the flu bug has the Rex Harding family down. We wish you all a real speedy re- covery. MFRS. ED PILAND had h. \ral- entine party for the Junior Sun- day School class Friday evening at her home. A delicious luncheon supper was servcd. All 12 children had a lovely time. Mr. and ~Irs. Carl Hirsch. Mr. and Mrs. Jcn'el Von Ostcn,, and Mr. and Mrs. Mcl Hemphill spent a lovely cveniug Wednesday dining out at the Hearthstope iu Brenler- ton cclebi'ating ~Irsl Hemphills birthday and also celebrating Mr. 1. An outgoln8 envelope 0 ) 22 ea. Limit 4 II 22: ea. Umit 4 2 for 22 ( al, Decanter ;S 12 OZ, Plastic Tumbler Melal Wind ,Chimes Lye| green S,lua c S. tlastings, Manager LI I I II II I II lie