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day, February 20, 1964 SHELTON--MASON COUNTY JOURNAL- Published in "Christm stown, U.g.A.", Shelton, Washington PAGE 13 diesCivic Club By Betty Dean ~N -~ The Union ladies Civ- T P was Well attcnd-:~ ~. ~t[ ty With 12 memi)er~' t);'es:' guest, Ellen Rcbman. was beautifully decor Clara Gwin and Ough using the Valentine :or the potluck hmcheon. the business part of the !i iiiiiii HEMBROFF AGENCY 116 N. 2nd St. abul SAFECO'S ER$ Business Flats NGE meeting lhe club discussed a card party they are planning for Feb. 28, at the Community Hall at S p.m. The public i's invited. They will have a potluck dinner sometime in April for the men]- l)ers and their husbands. MI'S. Dick l~,uechel was appointed chairman for a, tahuli, show ibe eh|b will have. Anyone wishing to partici- sate please contaeL her, The date for Lhis will be announced later. The new meeting will be March 12 in Mrs. Max Dean's home. was in Seattle. Bobble served cookies and coffee. Mrs. Molly Puter attended the Cinderclla School of Beauty in Bremeri.on this week for advanced hair styling. Wednesday morning Mr. and Mrs. Hesse and girls of Portland came to McMillin to visit Mrs. Hesse's grandmother then on to Seattle Thursday to see Mr. Hes- se's motlmr and Friday they vis- ited with relatives in Alderton, and Friday evening they ended up at the Thomas Balls here. Mrs. ~ Hesse is the Bali's daughter. They stayed the weekend with the Balls. The; girls had fun feeding some squirrels Mrs. Ball has trained to come out of the wogds by their house. We are glad to hear Mr. H. Ross is feeling better. The g~Leve Morris family have been sick with the flu. We hope Residents of Union join in ex- tending their sympathy to Katie Niles, whose husband passed away Sunday. Mrs. Ella Lange spent a week in Seattle reeently, while she was there she visited with Mr. and Mrs. Pete Borge in their new home in Bellevue. They are formerly from the canal. She also visited with Mrs. Blanche Weeks, who is also from here and wishes to be remembered to all her friends. She will bc coming to Union in March for a visit. Mrs. Lang also attend- ed thc Eastern ~tar at Issaquah. MIL AND MRS. FRANK Dean were dinner guests of the Max Deans Tuesday evening honoring his 74ih birthday. Also enjoying the party were his grandchildren Casey, Lewis and Lorraine Dean. Coming for cake and ice cream 'later in the cvening were Helen they are all feeling better. Mr. and Mrs. Rolanff Walters POLICY At Lower Costl went to Olympia Saturday evening for dinner with the Don Degler family. Mr. and Mrs. Norm Gunlser imve built a summer home here near fifth Street. They live in Seattle. IT WAS the first time in 14 years all of the Allen children were home at once. The celebra- tion was Herb's birthday, which was on Sunday. His four sons and and Leo Pearce. two daughters and their families The pinochle club met last Wed- were there for a chicken dinner nesday at Bobbie Allen's home. with homemade bread made by Tillie Sherman had high score for Mrs. Allen. A birthday cake was the day. Others attending were served later. Herb pla.yed pinochle Edith WMtcrs, Evelyn White, El- with the boys and boasted at win- len Rebman, Betty Dean, Vera ning all the games. There were 20 Bishop and thc club was happy people there. Bob, Ray, Dick and to have Ann Grattan as a guest Ronnie Allen are the boys and who filled in for Lil Updyke whoBonnie Allen and Betty Dean are the girls. A family picture was taken. Herb wouldn't tell how old he is but they have lived in Union 30 years in July. Margaret Bueehel was home for the weekend. She is a student at the Holj/ Names Academy in Se- a t t] e. MR. ANI) M]{S. BII,L Ttmm and family motored to Seattle on Sunday to see their new nephew at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Timms: They had dinner 'at some cousins of theirs also in Seattle. \Vith the end of the mid-tel~w exams Eric Co]es came home to spend the weekend with Ills par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Coles He attends Western Washington State College in Bellingham. Mr. and Mrs. George Young was visiting their daugMer in Port- land last week when the3, became ill. They called their son Don Young to come drive them llome, iMr. Young is in the hospital with pneunlonia and Mrs. Young has been in bcd at home. We wish you both a speedy recovery folks, Helen Pearce has been sick with A]SL SALES FINAL a cold, and we wish her well, too. Mary Buechcl took her father and Ch:trlene Skelsey took Mr. Pill to the Father-Daughtcr Ban- quet Tuesday evening. It was held in the Angle Building. .... I High Low Preeip. Feb. 12 .............. 45 32 .05 Feb. 13 .............. 49 30 --- Feb. 14 .............. 42 33 .05 Feb. 15 .............. 51 37 .23 Feb. 16 .............. 48 39 .32 Feb. 17 .............. 48 42 .10 Feb. 18 .............. 53 43 .05 i:i %-- / One Full Year Wa,rranty On ALL Parts TOday, YOu can mljoy the )ig vk,w ng pleasure arm b g I)crlot m. atlce exl as availab ' ' ' coP~sole le- c from this superb Emersot 23 inc V' cx . ,uvt~loa. 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First prize winners were Mrs. Sigllrd Hoff and Matt Kaare; second prizes went to Mrs. Wil- liam J. Everett and Billy Gilbert; Mrs. Dess Haines and Ma>~ mer Cushman residerit, and rentcd the Lilliwaup place from Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Johns for vacatioo use. Mr. Phelps passed away last Au- gust. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Gerkensmey- er and Mrs. Lewis Evans went in- to Tacoma Thm'sday afternoon last week to attend a sclmol play in which Donnie Wahl, Mrs. Evans grandson, participated. After the school perforfi~ance, they went to the home of Donnie's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wahl, had dinner and spent the evening. FRIEND~ OF WES Johnson will be interested to know that he is back in his usual activities, fol- lowing back surgery this winter for the relief of a fusion condition. Two operations by a specialist in Honolulu, Hawaii, followed a holi- day vacation there, enjoyed by Mr. and Mrs. Johnson and their three Schmidt won the 300 pinochle daughters, Mrs. Johnson brought prize High score pri~es for the~ .'" - .'_ ....... the gn'ls home for the beginning seines, con(mace wits FriaKy'Slof their school terms after their party, were awarded Mrs. Frank I Christmas vacation and returned S. Mclntyre "and Matt K.a.are. I to be with her husband for his cL~evet:ai new m.emoers 3omedthe ] second operation. The Johnsons ,us at tne ousmess session. Mrs. arrived home together Jan. 30 and Mettle Backland, Secretary, pro-Ihe has been convalescing at their sided in the absence of the presi-I beach nla'ce, "Wind;n Tide". Valentine Day Observed With P rty By SevcIRh And Eighth Grade Students Junior lligh Valentiues Day was welcomed by a rather impromplu party giv- cn for the eighth and ninth grades by the Home Ee. girls. The party consisted of refreslnnents and mu- sic for dancing and oecupied the last hour of the school day. The seventh grade was surprised when the girls brought them cookies and punch. The rage in all grades seems to be just listening to a peculiar group of creatures called "beatles". The basketball team invaded Brinnon last Thursday for another victory. This week's game has been postponed. Please remember the school skating party scheduled for Feb. 27. Because voting is March 30 it is necessary that as many people as possible know about this plan. If you know of any individuals who do not have children in our schools, please mention the mat- ter to them. If further informa- tion is needed it can be obtained by phoning the Hood Canal Junior Hnodsport SeluMfl Both first grades ~)~re very busy learning new things every oay. In Mrs. Moore's s(~cond grade, Wands Plant, who reeenily suf- fered an eye injury has returllotl to school. Her rec0vcry is excel- lent. Mrs. Avey's room is enjoying their new bat and ball and hope to challenge Mrs. Himebaugh's room to a game soon. Mrs. Sjoholm has a new pupil, formerly from Port Angeles. She is Julie Nold who lives in Lilli- waup. Lit,tie Egypt Wmmglcrs P.T.A. The Little Egypt Wranglers met Last night's PTA meeting was Feb. 12-at the Dayton Hall. A rather disappointing because of demonstration on How to Clean a the light turn-out. The main itemSpark Plug was given by Dennis of husiness was discussion of the Combs. Ronnie Rickards gave one plans for a new Multi-Purpose on How to Train a Dog for Basic gymnasitun. Obedience. His demonstration was veLw interesting, He told the dif- ferent ~ays.o training the dog for each act, The leaders decided to have seP- arate meetings for each project High 877-5463 and asking for Mr. Pill or Mr. Crumb. in Bellevue. Allie's son, Clarence the former Mrs. Belle Larson, isWe are concerned with the dif- A. Robinson, with his wife and the postmaster at Potlatch and ficulty st reaching many of the two daughters, also Of Bellevue, lhe hostess is tim Lilliwaup post- people in our district. were Sunday afternoon callers at master. Guests included the Wil-Lower Skokomish Elementary the Burman home. liam Goodpasters of Hoodsport Mr. Bates wishes to announce Mr. and Mrs. John O. Bnrg and and the Pat Nilson's of Union. that in the near future he will !sons, James, Michael and Paul, Mrs. Go0dpaster and Mrs. Nil- interview people in this district of Tacoma spent last weekend son are both postmastcrs in their concerning their opinions on with Johnnie's parents, Mr. and communities.) Also present were school district reorganization or Mrs. Neff Vance. They called Sun- Mr. aml Mrs. Joe Oakley of Seat-consolidation. The information he day at the home of his sister, tle, where Mr. Oakley is with the obtains will be used in his Masters Mrs. Jack Johnston, on Indian regional postofftce. TI~e Oaldeys thesis. Beach. were weekend house guests of P.T.A. JACK SCEVA, SON of Mr. and their hosts. Supt. John Pill discussed the Mrs. Nick Sceva, .~rpent Thursday As a little footnote to the above proposed Multi-Purpose Building and Friday visiting them at their news item about area women post- and how ranch it would cost the, Indian Beach home. Jack, a masters, -- we recently learnedltaxpayer for the two mill levy ground water geologist with the that they are no longer called Pill indicated to the group pres- State of Oregon, lives in Salem "postmistresses", as we were ent that sometimes it was rather with his wife and three children, guilty of doing not long ago. We difficult to understand why peo- He camc up especially to see hislea~ something every day -- or pie would not accept the acceler- father, who has been ill. at least event week,! Our firstated rate of change in education information as to the correct and yet aceept it in business, in- Mr. and 3/D-s. "Tex" Shields term came from Hclen Andersen, dustry and social living. He corn- from Tacoma came Friday, accom- for many years the postmistress !mented ;ha the board of directors pasted by their daughter'and fam- ily from' Kent for a visit at their (pardon us, postmaster) of the and he felt it was time to complete homes on Indian Beach. Their 8on- town of Union, And then we got the Junior High that was voted in-law and daughter, Mr. and ]~Irs. the following viewpoint from one3 to 1 in favor to build in Oei.(>ber Jim Oakley, are former beach re-of the women Postmasters as she of 1959 and that they were unan- sidents het'e and haven't been in addrssed her fellow postmasters,imous in the endorsm~ent and sup- Lilliwaup since last fall. They "HOW MANY OF ~'OU lady port of the $]00,000 bond issue postmasters arc with me on this?';' on March 10 for the proposed Mul- ij.:bught a home in Kent and she asks. "i hate and abhor bcing ti-Purpose gym. )n~ is rem~dting in Seattle forcalled a. postmistress. Let's not It was his personal view that the U.S. Navy. Their children are Adair, Kevin, Diane and SP]awn. put up with it a mim~te longer, the present and fuhn'e success of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Joersz of Let's blackball all newspapers that the district's educational program do it and stop talking to any of and the Hood Canal community Portland, Ore., with their son and~ our acquaintances (they're not hinged on the passage of the small daughter, were weekend visitors friends of mine) that dm:e call us bond issue for the Multi-Purpose at thc home of Paul's broI~er, that. Even when I was young and gym. Said Pill, "It boils dox~m to Don Joersz. Tile brothers did'a little/ishing and oysterlng and in-frisky, I never could see that it whether Mr m)t we have .~ Hood pfild ver~ big dividends, ~llts':~tlgi- Canal Junior High or go down the eluded in theh: eatch a ling cod, hess of being a mistress and, at drain and lose our identity as such which measured 31~ inches and weighed 11 pounds, my agc, it's a cinch the hazards because of the lack of facilities far outweigh any benefits that to meet standards of a Junior Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hansen of might ensue, Come on now, girls,High School". Ayock Beach took advantage of let's fight the good fight so that the "spring" days last week to word will be left out of the new spend a day in Seattle shopping and visiting friends, dictionaries, at least as fat" as the Postal Department is concerned. Mr. and Mrs. George Moake had Remember YOU ARE A GENT- weekend g~msts from Longview, i LEMAN B'Y ACT OF CONGRESS Friday night through Sunday. AND YOU HAVE PAPERS TO They'were Mrs. Moake's brother~ PROVE IT!" and. his wife, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon i Lord. ..~:~ Last Thursday the Lon Webi)s ' and Mrs. Allie Ahl drove to Carls- LILLlffWAUP was well'represen'- borg, just beyond Sequim, to spend ted at the Valentine's Day dessert the day with Mr. and Mrs. George hmcheon given by the Hood Canal Eaton, former residents of Pot- Woman's Club in their Potlatch latch. clubhouse. Mrs. E. O. Gunkel won Mrs. Robin Poitras, who has the door prize and Mrs. John Aaro been a house guest of the Fred one of the 300 pinochle prizes. Martins, returned M,,~o,, ~ight Mr. and Mrs. Neff Vance had a to Seattle. Mrs. Poitras has a pleasant surprise Tuesday even- SUlfllner home at Triton Cove, ing when they received a phone call from Seattle from their groups. They plan to go to the homes and work right with tim boys on the projects. --Rcy McCallen, reporter Curlie Clovers Two demonstrations were pre- sented at the last meeting 'of the Curlie Clovers 4-H Club. Colleen Shrum presented a dem- onstration entitled "One Cold Pack Method", and Terry Shrum gave a demonstration entitled "Better and Safer Food". Mrs. Mell substituted for thc chlb's leader, Mrs. Bedell, x(,ho could not attend the meeting. TURNING WINNER, AAA 111tAFFIC SAFETY POSTER CONTEST OI Menus for Shelton Elementary Schools and Shelton Senior High School Week of Feb. 24-28 Monday---Spaghetti with meat, hot buttered Frenei~ bread, peas, purple phnns, milk. Tuesday --- Turkey rice soup, carrots, meat sticks, cheese slices, broad and butter sand- wiches, jells with whippea cream, milk. Wednesday -- Fried chicken, mashed potatoes with butter, snap green beans, applesauce cake, milk. Thursday --- Chili con carne, vegetable salad, peanut butter sandwich, cinnamon rolls, milk. Friday ---Tuna vegetable pie, fruit salad, cookies, milk. Supplement your child's diet with Plenamins from Rexall 132 RR. Phone 426-4642 Please Shop Thursday and Friday for your needs at A Subsidiary of P. N. Hirsch & Co. ,. ........................................ , ........................... ;..-__ ..... nephew, Merchant Marine First Cla.ss Earl Trauger, Long Beach i~alir. They went to Bremerton wednesday morning to pick up Earl and brought him home to spend the day with them. He also visited his cousin, Mrs. Jack John- ston. It had been five years since the Vances had seen their nephew and they.had a lot of "catching up" to d.o..He returned to Sea(tic oy mls late Wednesday nigllt, as llis ship was leaving Thursday morn- ing for Greece, to be gone threc months. Mrs. Aun Phelps, after spending most of the winter in California Arizona and Mexico sunshine, has rcturned to her Lilliwaup cottage. 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