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February 21, 1963 e.Benefit Card Par|yAt Raises Dimes Funds Tile Fair Ha.r-i neighbor Lea Soule. Many tbank was nYost delighted at to tile sharp-eyed salvagers! turnout that made The regular meeting of the So- night March of rah Eckert Orthopedic Guild was trd party such a success, heht aL the home of Mrs. Edwin pinochle tables and the I e scholars&apos; " table were ith folks from the Twanoh (] ry /'shoes, as well as Fair l-Iarbor Grangers frie:lds. Lucky enough! lhe lady's high score: pinochle Was Mrs. Itelen Crwanoh Grange while Battles tool( home the high Was Won by Irvin Carl Izett had to c(m- with the low prize. tting prize was Won by of the Agate Gran- "Scrabble Scholar" of the was Mrs. Laprione of the Gange. Home Eeonomie Mrs. Clem Holl and her very nicely carried the Valentine's Day theme a good portion of the lleafor the success of the If "''yutot $35 was cleared tim 1963 March of and raising campaign. most proud and happy Miss Lynne Stevens chosen as one of the five Y girls to serve on e .ival Royal Court. gn'ls will be selected as queeu. Lynne, who is :bier of Mr. ald Mrs. John Gralleview and a senior ;. Reed in Shelton also Mason County Fair 4-H as( summer and Grape- SChool Forest Festival as did both her sisters Joanne. daughter Jo- . Mike Hoskins, : Weekend here in Grape- , along with them tevie Brassfield, the '.Mrs. Stevens' birth- John, Edna and evening din- ay cake (Lynne's were Mr. and Mrs. ,ze. The Hoskins left for little Stevie by his mother ld,. older bro- and little sister "Mis- to spend this week. folks. Okonek drove to ' evening, "arm- leYr cake to help prate his 21st With his pretty The young coup- Sheri been brought General seems to be doing "boys" were his son John. drove to Spend a long. week- Son, his Wife and thday being Feb. "39th" being Weekend. Florence Palm was more Sed With the results of Weekend,s endeavors. came over from Seat- Pauline and Work on a pump Well and was joined Ira, Jr. and and Paul all guests not Only was the 'P, o bUt a water line the house. Nice attended his first Party in many ening along with Mrs. Charles and hus- Viekers home =h ada most the form of daughter Pat and wife Mar- a pleasant, in Gra- Mr. and Arriving .were here until it easy, visit- around With his recuperating from were quite tragic accident Shelton and day after- Belfair- is Wendali Loop of Mrs. Art w, as well as Diana Peters. writing, late Word from the Hospital is that very serious con- :ook advantage last week to to Portland ewell to Mrs. Bill, Joe on the way Fox. who Island the way stopped for a Mrs. Paul Fos- near Castle Rock i of their new son "Chick's', be postoned this corn- to the Call of du- ld this past week- SERVIo " 2  - minded trapeview is In addition to highschool stu- a member of and regularly in Tumwater. ,u tishermen were reported to and Ed Oko- bg buddy Bill rought" home Sunday after- to re- Okonek raft and in re- belated- Clayton's rowboat , was apprehend- home by nearby Grigg last Friday afternoon with fourLeen members attending. Mrs. Les Smile assisted it] sm:ving the buffet lnnch and, being a work flatly, all llleulbel's \\;yore kept oc- eupie(l. Aside from the "worl( parly" aspect of the meeting, he maiu business of the (lay centered armlnd planning for a game night to be ileld at the Grapeview School March 16, proceeds from \\;vbieh will be donated to the Mary Bridge Children's Hospital in Ta- eolll&. TWO new nlerllbers Wet'(: welcomed to this busy group, Mrs. ll(.rb(rt (Anna) Dowell of Trea- sure Island and Mrs. George Gar- hmd. Grapeview Volunteer Fire De- partment will meet Tuesday, Feb. 26. at tile Fire Hall. Rill Spooner will conduct an instruction on pmnps. 7:a0 p.m. Our Grapeviw Store, will be open for your convenience on Fri- day, Washington's Birthday, frmn ]0 a.ln. to 4 p.m. SHELTON--MASON COUNTY JOURNAL- Published, in eeChristma$iown, U.8.A:", Shelton, Washington California Rehtives Visiti,g With Family In The Dayton Area By Malml Ki(hl DAYTON. Mr. and Mrs. David Przybylski and son, Jeffey David of Long Reach, Calif., are visit- in K with C. A. Kid(t, wire is hav- ing an enjoyable time getting ac- quainted with his little month old grandson. David's mother, Mrs. Mike Przyt)ylski, visited a few days last: week leaving on Thurs- day for her tlome in Wisconsin. Tile 'Praveling Pinochle Club meI Satui'day evening at the hall with Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Chapin hoslino,.  High prizes went: to Ross Rennet( and Archie Lemke, low to Marguerite Lemke and Art Bennett, traveling pinochle to Marguerite Lemke and Jinx Booth. The Art Bennetts will be lhe next hosts. Mr. and Mrs. Bud Hall of Seat- tle motored down on Sunday to pick up son, Randy who had spent two weeks with grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Stoner. Mrs. Earl King of Paulsbo, had also been a guest for a while in the Stoner home and left on Sunday. Mrs. A. E. Lemke accompan- ied by daughter, Mrs. Kenneth Wolden of Shelton motored to Kent Monday to the home of a cousin, Mrs. Betty Chilson. They Garden Club At Allyn Has Regular Meeting Last Week By Judy Von Osten ALLYN __ The Beachcombers Garden Club met at the home of Mrs. Earl Terrell at their regu- lar meeting last Thursday. Mrs. Edwin Grigg, president, presided at the business meeting in the morning. Luncheon was served at noon by hostess Mrs. Earl Ter- tell with Mrs. Emil Gaetana as- sisting. After hmeheon a short program showing color slides of native birds was given. Several members brought flower arrangements for other members to judge. After the meeting the membeTs visited. Tile next meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Jones of Victor. Mr. and Mrs. Earl "Wolfe of Lekewood are spending several weeks at their daughter's home in Portland. 1Vfr, and Mrs. Melville Hemp- hill were out for dinner Tuesday evening at the Yon Ostens'. It was Mrs. Hemphill's birthday and they were celebrating their 39th anniversary which was Feb. 14. Mrs. Alta MacKay is in Brem- erich Naval Hospital to undergo major surgery this week. All of her friends sincerely wish her a very speedy recovery. MR. AND MRS. PETE Hansen of Seattle visited the Earl Ter- tells Saturday. They also spent the night. Sunday the two couD- lea took a lovely ride up both sides of Hood Canal. They re- turned home and Mr. and Mrs. Art Richards of Seattle stopped to visit and spend the evening. A Very enjoyable weekend was had by evcrybne. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Wang- of Bre- morton were overnight guests on Saturday of tbe Jewel Yon Ostens. Dick Rasmusson has returned home from the hospital after ma- jor surgery. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Clements. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Terrell. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Yon Oaten .ot to- ether at the home of Mr. and Mrs. 5ewel Yon Osten to visit a bit before the Clements left on another (rid down to California and Arizona for the remainder ot the winter. Mrs. Ann Westberff and Mar- cela attended a concc'rt in Seattle Feb. 8. put on bv Concordia Choir. Mrs. WestberR"s nephew David Pudof. is with the grou'D as a member of the bass siner, and also a student manager. The group from Concordia College in Min- nesota have toured Europe and have been all over the Unite0 States. MR. AND MRS. FRED Givens have returned from an extended vacation which took in Disney- land, tCnotts kerry Farm and oth- er points of interest including Los Vegas. Mrs. Walter Marigeau and Ju- dy, and Mr. and Mrs. Dick Baum- gartner and Kathaleen, Mary Hel- en and John were out Sunday to dinner and to tell folks Mr. and Mrs. Sam Clements goodbye be- fore the Clements left for their trip. The Pack Meeting was held last Thursday at Allyn Firehall, and was a huge success. Several of the boys received badges and arrows. Dell One did a skit honoring our forefathers who founded this great country. Den Two presented another skit honoring another part of history with eolorhfl costumes and cere- monies of the American Indian. This Dell wou the cup for the most parents attending. The First Aid members also attended and received their ad- vanced First Aid cards. Those re- ceiving cards were: Mrs. Eliza- beth Gatlin, David Gatlin. Mrs. Doris Stock, Ray Cronquist, Mrs. Carol Battles. Mrs. Heather Marsh and Mrs. Susie Yon Osten. After the meeting mothers o]: the Cubs served a potluck lunch. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Terrell went to Seattle Wednesday on business and also spent the day with Mr. and 1Vrrs. John Ingebright, the two couples also visiting several friends in Seattle. Don't forget tonight is the Feb- ruary meeting of the North Mason Junior-Senior High PTA. The meeting will begin at 8 p.m. Tile program is under the direction of Mrs. Frank Fedink. health and safety chairman, who will feature a film "50,000 Lives", and a den]- onstration of mouth-to-nmuth re- sucitation, using life-size dolls ac- quired from the American Red Cross. Also a list of common plants which are poisonous Will be given out at the program. The meeting is open to the general public. Tile ambulance answered a call Sunday which was a very serious auto accident. We were so sorry to hear that three occupants o[ the two cars involved in a head-on collision. werc killed. N[embers of the Army National Guard get the same type of train- ing as active Army personnel. In event of national emergency, part m- all of the National Guard may be ordered into active Federal sm-- viee. were joined there for hmcbeon by other daughters, Mr,q. A. H. \\;VoMen an<l children, Sealttle, and Mrs. Cecil McLain and children, Kent. The I)(m Cress family of Shelton visited on Saturday evening in the tmme of Mr. "rod Mrs. James H icl<s\