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21, 1963 gy l}enni Shelly announced recently that Spooner has quali- in the Natmnal ,cbolarship program. Fie MASON SCHOOL NEWS Spooner Qualifies As Finalist In Nat&apos;i. Scholarship Program; Pictures Taken BLUE OX RS. EYE ONLY MAT. - 1 P.M. - SAT. EVE. Open at 6:45 t Prices IIV, I I ranked in the top one per cent i the nation of those passsing the qlmlifieation tests. Those who wilt be awarded scholarships will be annolmeed sonic time in April. Last Thursday was picture-talc- ing day at North Mason witb mfiin {nteres on the various groups and organizal.ions around tbe school. There was the faculty, H(mor Sociely, swing band. con.- erl band. marching l)and major- ettes, and all the club and class )fficers. Individual pictures were taken several months before. Most of the pictures taken will be put into the school's annnal Prices for the ammal this year will be $5 without an ASB card and $4 with an ASB card A week aG Saturday, Marilyn Mills. Suzy Wing, Melinda Mer- rill and Connie Harris attended a hlncheon put on by the University \\;Vonu:n at Sons of Norway Halt in Bremerton_ Dr. Elizabeth Vaugbn, a statistician from Key- port, was the speaker on the theme "Women in Science". 'Phe purpose was to promote interest among senior girls to go to col- lege. THI8 FRIDAY AND Saturday about eight students will attend the annual Northwest Pacific Slope journalism m'ess clinic. It will be held at the University of Washington in Seattle and will in- elude students hm the states of Washington, Idaho Oregon, Alas- ka and Hawaii. Ail those attend- mg m.uut provide for their own overnight facilities but meals will be provided fm those who wish to Pro'chase them. A banquet will be held on Saturday night and Will cost approximately $3 per person. The advisor of the group of jour- nalism Student attending the clinic from North Mason is Mr. Bill Hawkins: Last Week three students from the music department attended a clinic for brass players--trumpet= YOU SHOULD KNOW. CLINT WILLOUR 139 Would your family be more se- cure if you had bought more Life Insurance 10 years ago? If so, why not buy more today? ,.IW NATIONAL, SHELTON--MASON COUNTY JOURNAL-- Published in "Chr,tmastown, U.S.A,", Shelton, Washington Unien Ladies Civic Ciu liy Ethel Dalhy UNION. Seventeen members of the Union Ladies Civic Club al- l.ended last Thursday's meeting at Union Community Hall. Host- esses for the occasion being Mrs. Clara Gwin and Mrs. Ed Hough. Presidenl Marion Richardson ln'e- Mded over the business session which followed the noon pothmk luncheon. Inchlded in the afternoon ses- sion \\;vas the election of officers, as follows: president. Mrs. Shirley Cowan: vice presi(Tent. Lucille We- john: secretary, Bernice O'Berry, and lreasn]'er. Eleanore Buechel. Installation of officers will be at the March meeting. Plans were discussed for the Union Womens' Cook Book with thought in mind lo feature old time recipes of pio- neer days ,along with modern cookery. Mrs. Nina Miller is chair- man of the committee. Local nmsie lovers subscribing l(/ Mason County Community Concert Association during the membership drive were: Mrs. Rich- ard Bueehel. Mrs. Thomas Ball and Mr. and Mrs. Ran Kirtland. The Hood Canal Wantons' Chlb cornets, tubas, trombones, etc. Mike Roessel. Bonnie Boyle and Frank Miller along witi] band :Di- rector Doug Corliss were the North Mason delegates in attend- ance. The clinic was just like a two-hour class in technique and diseussions. The elementary school PTA held a spaghetti dinner last Saturday and asked some of the high school girls to help in the serving and ticket-taking, and su- pervising some of the younger, elementary school students The dinner cost $1.25 for adults and 50 cents for children and was served by candlelight. THE HONOR SOCIETY has decided to have the faculty from South Kitsap High .qehool in Port- Orchard to be the team chal- lenged by the North :Mason High teachers. More news on the March 2 event later, The junior high school basket- ball team lost last week to the ninth grades of North Kitsap High. They play Hood Canal this week and Vtes Higl ninth grade the following week. The junior high sehoot sponsored a junior high dance on Valentine's Day. It lasted from 12:45 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. in the afternoon and was actually headed by the 7-1 class. Music was by records, and they also played several snow- balls, a limbo and even a special dance for the Valentine's Day king Mike Fluery, and queen Pare Hackney. WHAT0000INtW CHEVROLE0000_. _ ..... T " , ',i I  , . 0000kmds of sport-all suner There's the Chevr II N'(i;i';ai!r';aii( .,,:' yo make u: ..... r  able in an SS version. Special instrumen [b. Pick a ne,. mg c.ome ?no hurry': cluster. Front buckets. All-vinyl trim, ua nler for i- 2, car wlm whatever you Distinctive SS identification. Fourteen- rnngs " Permrmance and sport trim " _ hke b-,l. .... Y - Inch wheels and tires wxth full wheel s of horses\\; sears, a-speed shift*, disks. Three-speed shift; or Powerglide*  Vy's got a lo*of star 9riving k nov. with floor-mounted shift console. erent kin_, . spor m tour entirely Or the Corvair Monza S der with com, First us ot cars . . 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S H E LTO N 426-4426 Pa ge - h Eteis Officers at Meet in convenes led y at ll a.m. al the Potlqtch Clubhouse. Mrs Vera Shortsleeves. vice president will again presM,, during president t 1-telen Thwaite's ahsence. The Hoodsport members will serve a,s hostesses dut'ing the lloon hmch- eon. Scheduled as one of the at- tractions for the afternoon pro- gram will be Union's Micky Coles. who will higMight fashions and garment materials for Spring \\;vegtr. Mrs. Anne Rowe program chairman has arranged another in- leresling feature, when M. Y. Grunkemeier of Shelton presents a fihn "Decorating Unlimited." ryer and which mb, oests many possible means by way of decor to add to the attraction of the home. Mr. and Mrs. George Young have had as house guests last week their daughter, Mrs. Pat t<alinoski and her three y(mng ehiMren who arrived last Tuesday a week ago at her parents home. LOCAl, FIIlENi)N WERE sorry to hear that we shall be losing Mr. and Mrs. Don YOlln G as resi- dents shortly, as Don bought a newly completed family size home on Mountain View recently, and which is within a short distance of the kindergarten and school yotmg Terry, age 5. will soon be attending, and which Ted. age 4. Tammie and Traey, will no doubt be attending in sueeessmn. For the past years Don and family have occupied the cottage of Mr. Brundstrum. The Youngs will re- move to their new h0nle upon :Mr. Brundstrmn's return from Cali- fornia. UunioWs loss in this case--- Legal Publications NO. 8364 SIT3IM()NS IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF WA SH INGTON FOR MASON COUNTY. CLARA STURGEON. Plaintiff. vs. \\;VENDELL STURGEON Defendant. STATE OF WASHINGTON. TO : WENDF2LL STURGEON. Defendant Yell are heveby s'clll/lllorlod |O appear within sixty days after the date el the first publication of this to-wit: within sixty days after the 21sl day of February, 1963, and de- fend th(, above entitled aclion ill tile al)ov entitled Court and answer lhe complaint of the tllaintifl and serve a copy Of your answers HI]on tile tlll(t'Fsiglled, attorney for plaillliff. B. li'l'allllill t-IelLstoll, at his office below stated: Slid ill case of your faihlre so h) do .judgIllenl will he r(,llderd OR'SillS| y()l_l a('('ording to Ille dplllands of the COlltl]lahlt ,}lich has beell filed wilh /he Clerk of said Court Plaintiff's objeclive in lhis action is h) S('('llI'0 tl divorce fl'olll tlle de- felldanl Ill)Oil the gl'oullds stated in h(-l" Colllplainl on file as of art,sold alld ['o1" -'ll('h additional t'elief as is prayed for ill said comt)laini. B. I?'RANKLIN HEUSTON, Attorney for Plaintiff. Office & Post Office Address: An a'le Bldg., Shelton. Washington. B. FRANKLIN HEIrSTON. Attol'lley, An'le :Bldg., Shelton Wash. 2/21-28-3/7-14-21-28 61 Too Lale To Glassily FOR SALE 15' Shash'n hous(:trailer wiih floor IUl']la('o very lliee. Pholle 126-MS0 2/21-28 i;;6% " KEN '-'-]-'6ghTV ff i- Ti'iiii F--i o i.s-t 35 ft Phon,, 426-3169. B 2/21-3/7 NOTICI.: ON AND after this date February 21. 1963. ] will hal h,, responsible for any (l'I)I s t:Olltl.at.t(d l)y allyone (iIIoF [h/Ill Illy.(ql'. F. 1P.. Rawding 2/21 teoI NUTRIA-BIO food supplement (-all ,126- -13l. R 2/21 t fn Community Hall _ Marriage Licenses- Apphing for marriage licenses [at the "Mason county auditor's of- according to friends -. heing Shel-I Seattle spent last waekend at Al-{fice lhis past week were: ton s gain. Don will be commut- derl)rook, wnere they occupied the [ Stoddard Mark Vtalton. ].9. Shel- ing daily to his PUD No. 1 work David Evans cottage, while on- an and Carol Ann Holt. 18. Shel- at Potlalch ! Kenneth Kohl ]eft Slnlday alloying a couple days of st.eelhead ton. fishing along the Siok(inaish river. Jack B. Garner. 42. Seattle and week ago for Los Angeles on a ]na Mae Calanan ',:;6, Spokane. S[IELTON GENERAL Mr. and Mrs Chester Griffith. Star Rt. 3 Box 50, Belfair. a Iw)y, Feb. 18. Me. ana 5rs. io-/)ert F. Smith, Rt. 3 B,x 476 AA a hey, Feb. 19. combined business and pleasme trip. While in California he will get in a visi with daughter. Korea Evans and fami!y at San Jose. and his brother in Santa Barbara. John Kohl was removed to Vir- ginia Mason Hospital Monday a week ago, where he is presently receiving medical treatment. The Norman Riehardsons who recently purchased the former Ben %Villey home and 40 acres of fine Skokomish bottom land. and which includes considerable pas- tm'e land. from Warren Dickey of Bayshore Road . are at the pres- ent time doing some planning with regard to renovation of the home. The two family horses are alreadv housed at the ranch. This includes Cheri's mare and colt. and also daughter Sandra's Gelding riding pony. It will be just a brief while until gardening will be a major project with the Richardson tam- fly- on their newly acquired 40 acre ranch home. Sandra Richardson was able to retm'n to her office work at For- estry department after an en- forced vacation of several weeks, due to an ankle being broken in two places, due to a riding acci- dent while horse back Bob Gwin taking leave of Gwins Grocery store Monday, to take the driv to Kent to visit his mother. :Mrs. Mary Traeger, who ramoved to that place a few weeks ago, and where she will re- side. FRIDAY NIIHT was the gala evenL for Micky Coles Ladles Tail- oring class when they dined at Johnnys Dock at Tacoma and held their high-Jinks, The gals model- ed their own made apparel, and were said to have made an at- tractive display. Present were: Mesdames Bueehel, Ball. Metzler, Cowan. Turner and Chapman. the last named being from Potlatch. Mrs. I. P. Callison departed for Seattle Sunday of last week. for a stop over with her family, there --Mr. and Mrs. Don Callison. and left via train for California laler. and where she will be enjoying a winter vacation and visiting for the next few weeks. Mr. and Mrs. William Graham have removed from Shelton. and are occupying the home of the late San] Graham. their uncle. Several of our localities joined in the pro-spring and general exo- dus tor the sun lands of California and Arizona and Mexico, during the past couple of weeks--and just when spring is being forecast by the first pussy willows, budding forsythia, and pmmroses in bloom m several attractive local flower borders. ]Donna and Ran Kirtland enjoy-, ing Tuesday and Wednesday of last week in Seattle and where lhev celebrated Ron's birthday, while Vv'es and Francis Johnson took over their duties. At Alder- brook Inn last weekend Donna Kirtland. and the girls employed in the dining room created quite a colmful picture clad in pretty new outfits, presented to them by Daves Tailor Shop, and which in- eludes .a smart blouse in apricot shade, set off by stretch pants of green tweed and cute pixie-like low green fabric shoes of the same material. Manager Ran Kirtland and Assistant ManaGer Sam Heus- ton were also [)resented with sport craft suits for the event. Mr. Wes Johnsou, o\\;vrler and operator of Alderbrook receiving a handsome suit gift of his own to enjoy. The Dares Tailoring" Co. and employees of some thirty persons of Tacoma were at the Inn over the wee]- end. Also at Alderbrook over the weekend was the fifth seminar of the University of Washington Lib- eral Arts Group. Still featured is the modern trend on Ancient His- tory, with Professors of the Uni- versity on the program. Some 40 members attended. The first convention of Brick Layers of Seattle of the Sales Force Group with some 40 mem- bers held their annual get-togeth- er at the Inn last weekend. Pharmacy Phacts From Nell Evander Occasionally we wonder if we shouldn't call our pharmacy the "Everything for Your Health Store"? Regardless of the many times you've come in our door, it's quite possible you've never real- ized the great variety of health products we car- ry for your con- venience. I wonder if you could pos- sibly know of the literally hundreds of speeialty items we carry, plus the vitamins, t o o t h paste and first aid supplies ? I'm certain you do know the real reason we're here to serve you is our friendly, professional pre- scription service. In order to fill your doctor's prescription we have to stock thousands of pharmaceu- ticals. We take pride in 'keeping" up' with all of the new drug dis- coveries and are always ready to fill your doctor's prescription for them. MR. AND MRS. (L D. IIIES of t Seattle will soon be able to mo\\;e [ Open Daily 9:30 to 7:30 into their new home, whic . Saturdays  9:30 - 6:00 being erected at the present "l" " I y on their l)roperLy, located at ]/ler-I Ne,I s Pharmac rimount ]='lace. The bulkhead of[ the property was put in some ]4th & Railroad 426-3327 Lime ago. " ] (Paid Adv.) Mr. aint Mrs. Bah Howell ell , 00ne|it Dance for JoAnn Davidson Friday, February 22 -  - Alderbrook Inn -- on Hood Ganal $1.00 Donation 9 p.m. - 1 a.m. Factory Authorized PECIAL. AVI NGS on demonstrators, rentals, floor models and used organs! Lowrey Holiday, walnut home model ....... $85[ :,;:;iii? Lowrey Holiday, mahogany, used ................. $675 Lowrey Brentwood deluxe, Leslie Spkr., $1245 , Lowrey Holiday deluxe, mahogany ......... $1025 ). Thomas Chord Organ .................................... $495 Thomas Single Manual .............................. $250 FREE HOME TRIAL, EASY TERMS Let us prove,, ,THE LOWREY ORGAN is the easiest to play of all musical instrument Johnny's Music Box 205 COTA STREKT SHELTON Brite Star Realty offers SPRING BARGAINS ON HOOD CANAL I. 3 bedroom older home, clos to store and post office .... $8,OOO.OO. 2. 2 bedroom cottage, plus beaeh cabin 2 acres and tidelands. $6.500.00. 3. Beach home with guest eat tage, Hoodsport area. $13.- 500.00 4. Hill-top home with sweeping view. well built with base- ment. Lots of flowers and trees beach privileges. $14,- 750.00. 5. Unfinished summer cottage, sturdily built, ready for han- dy man to finish, commun- ity beach, club house and dock. $4,950.00. 6. 8 acres---165' Blacktop Road frontage, utilities, good ter- rain, close to Shelton. Has public access on large lake $1.000 - $350.00 - $40.00. 7. 20 acres, access to Lake Isa- bella. Growing Timber 5" to i0". $2,250 - $750 - $50. 8. 20 acres, nice stream, good topography, 660' road front- age, 1320' deep, good water condition, utilities, growing timber. $3,500 - $1,500 - $50. 9. 40 acres at Hoodsport. would make a fine tree farm; topo- graphy good: fine view of Canal; good water condition. eonsiderable ChrisLmas trees ---$4,500. terms negotiable. 65 contract 10. 57 acres more or less) platted several years ago. Access to Hood Canal can be obtained anytime. Beau tiful view property. Only $5,- 500.00, terms negotiable. 11. 1560 acres of Desert prop- erty in Yuma County, Ari- zona, 75 miles from Bhoenix. Two drilled wells producing' water up to 100 degree tem- perature There are several large date farms, sub-divi- sions and resorts in this ar- ea. Owner will listen to any realistic offer and can give clear title. Terms are nego- tiable. Brite Star Realty Route 1, Box 135 Hoodsport, Washington Dial 877-5439 i i SUDS'N WATER SAVER AUTOMATIC | I I I I I ! I I I I ! ! ! 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