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i Page 4 SHELTON--MABON COUNTY JOURNAL- Published in "Uhristmastown, U.S.A.", Shelton. Washington Thursday, Scientist Text is From James The divine source of man's in- telligence will be the subject oi the Lesson-Sermon entitled 'Mind' tO be heard at Christian Science church services this Sunday. From the Bible this passage will be read (James ]:5) "If any of you lack wisdom, let him asR of God. that giveth to all men liberally, and upbraideth not: and it shall be given him." Correlative readings from "Sci- ence and Health with Key to the Scriptures" by Mary Baker Eddy will inch]de this sentence (p.506): "'Spirit, God, gathers unformed tGughts irto ..theii; proper .chan- nels. and nnfolds these thoughts, even as He opens the petals ot a holy purpose in order that the purpose may appear." See Emerson TV and Stereo ai Johnny's Music Box 205 Cota St. Allyn Birthday Club Meets Last D00my Creek Named Dayton Traveling Pinochle Club To For Pioneer Week With 17 Members Attending co.m e..,,y Meet At Community Hall Saturday l:y Ethel I)'dl,y By Mabel Kidd '' . ' I O. IM LEONAII1) spenl the By Judy Von Osten ALLYN-\\;Vednesday the regu- lar meeting of Birthday Club was held at the home of Mrs. Elaine Kawalczyk. There were 17 me/n- hers present and six children, this also included two new members, Mrs Sally Tiland and Mrs. Heath- er Marsh II was Birthday month for Mrs. Pat Ulderickson. Every- one brought their dish for a de- licious potluck lunch. Our next meeiing will be at home of Mrs. Lois Terrell. \\;ednesday seemed to be a very busy day as VCednesday evennig the Old Ladies Shower Club met to honor Mrs. Louise Mercer. Twelve members were present. Louise re- ceived many lovely gifts which in- cluded a very preuy copper can- ister set, lovely dish towels, a very pretty stuffed pillow and bed- spread, They topped off the eve- ning with a delicious dessert and coffee. The honored guem next month will be Mrs. Ester Valley, March 20 Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lockwood had five tables of pinochle Friday night. Washington's Birthday. Pauline Bradley and Fred Lock- wood were the winners. MR. AND MRS. Leroy Dishon and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lockwood attended Lockwood's grandson's wedding in Puyallup. The wedding was held at their son's home. Mr. and Mrs. Elton Lockwood. their son. Melvyn Leroy was mar- ried to Glenda M. Ring. They were married at 2 p.m. Feb. 23 and a re- ception for the couple followed the ceremony. The flower girl and ring bearer were niece and nephew of Melvyn, Cristy and Patrick Boyles. Fred Valley, Jr. of Allyn had three of his oil paintings in the window of Peninsula Stationery on Pacific Avenue in Bremerton. His painting will be there again in ten days. Fred is very gifted and has just recently taken up painting. He prefers to paint scenic and wild life pictures. His sunsets are very LIVE MUSIC featuring Frankie Radtke At The Organ Every Friday and Saturday Night GIVE FOR THE GIRL SCOUTS THE VETS,00 CLUB For Members Only Next Monday evening, March 4, a neigh- bor representing the Tall Timber Girl Scout Council will visit your home to ask for your financial assistance. Over 200 /ason County girls will bene- fit from your donation through an active, progressive Girl Scout program developed for them by professional and volunteer workers. Won't you help the Girl Scouts and the community by giving generously? TALL TIMBER GIRL SCOUT COUNCIL I nice. because of the blending of his colors. We wish Fred the best of luck and hope he sells some of his paintings. MR. AND MRS. Harold Cleve- land drove to Camp Grisdale on Saturday to be with their son. Duane and family over the week- end. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Tem ell tak- ing advantage of beautiful weath- er and Washington's Birthday drove to Port Townsend to visit and spend the day with Mr. and Mrs. Percy Kaleman and their newly adopted 3-months-old son. Charles Edward. Mr. and Mrs. Brece Miller. Mr. and Mrs. Jewel Von Osten. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Von Osten, Karen and Shari were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Melville Hemphill Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Dishon and family celebrated Leroy's birthday which was held at his sister's home. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Thur- man. in Shelton on Sahwday eve- nnig. Tuesday and Wednesday of last week the Harold Cleveland's took a short trip along the Oregon coast and stayed ever night at the Seven Seas Motel in Newport, Ore. Tuesday was a lovely day, but Wednesday was a different story. However. m some places along the beach there were as many as 25 or more people being the usual "Rock Hounds" not mneh caring what the weather was like. but at least the rain kept the rocks washed off nicely and needless Lo say the Clevelands were com- pletely soaked. SIR. AND 1M[RS. Leroy Dishon t and family spent Sunday'with ?r. [ and Mrs. Alien Scott at Wauna. I A lovely dinner and such good visit 1 with friends. Mr. and Mrs. Jewel Von Osten, I met Mr. and Mrs. Melville Hemp-.] hill and Mrs. Lee Hemphill at the "Beachcomber" restaurant for din- ner and then went to the show to see "Son of Flubber" on Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Smith of Victor have just returned from a two-week vacation in Hawaii. The Victor Women's Club met on Tuesday at the home of Ben Archer. They had lunch and played games. Winners of games were Anna Dahl. Pauline Bradley and Helen Yosahahire. Next meeting will be at home of Marilyn Enoch. We have some new residents in Allyn. They are Mr. and Mrs. Glundy and they have a small daughter. They've purchased the Henry Austin house. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Cleveland drove to Port Angeles this past Thursday to be with Mrs. Cleve- land's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Leon- ard Guy on their 62rid wedding an- niversary. MR. AND MRS GUY were mar- ried in Newport, Ky., where their two daughters were also born. Their daughter. Mrs. Robert Wil- liams, now resides at Mellbrae. Calif. (This space donated as a public service by Simpson Timber Co.) 'Phere is no mystery attached to the naming of Dalby creek a tribulary of the South Fork of the Skokc.mish River. Nor was it name:d for any place or person in Sweden. Three quarters of a cent- ury ago William Owen Dalhy ind his father-in-law. David Henry Loosley took up a homestOad with limbo1 claim rights in the wilder- ness of that area. The two men assisted by young Edwin J. Dalby and David H. Dal- by, sons of William O. Dalby, cleared a site on the property and also built a stout log cabin, which they occupied when at work on the project. Young Ed Dalby--later a Seattle newspaper columnist for' many years, spent an entire summer when just 16 with his dog Don as sole companion In the evenings as the youth sat before the log cabin with his dog, before a camp- fire he noted an eerie luminous glow which seemed to radiate from a certain spot in the distance. This was more noticeable on dark nights. The mystery \\;vas cleared up when the chemistry of fox-fire was explained, the mysterious glow coming from an old eerad snag m a swampy area. A few years later an act of Con- gress declared that entire area as a National Forest. now the Olym- pic National Forest Reserve. So the Dalby and Loosley family had to accept their loss as best they could. However the stream in which young Ed fished for trout so long ago was named for the family--and who were prominent Union pioneers. The name is of Norwegian ex- traction-- later English Dal -- meaning dell or valley--'by' a small town or village. The Traveling Pinochle Club will meet Saturday evening at Dayton Hall. Mr. and Mrs. Art Bennett will host Ladies' Club met last Tuesday with Mr,;. Pete Roberts ms host- ess. Mrs. Bernard Rishel will be hostess at the next meeting on Tuesday, March 5. Mrs. A E. Lemke was saddened by the death of her uncle. Charles Sommers of Toledo. Ohio, who passed away on Friday of last week Our sympathies are ex- tended. Weekend guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Young were their children. Glenn from Western Washington State College, Sharon of Olympia, and Mr. and Mrs. Ted Reynolds of Kingston. The Rey- nolds are leaving on vacation to visit in Arcola. Ill.. with his moth- er. Mrs. Marian Whitson and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Warren "William and girls spent the weekend in Everett with Mr. and Mrs. Irving Jewett. They had Saturday din- ner at Lake Stevens with Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Tiedeman. where Jane and Linda spent the night. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Edwards. Larry, Leslie and Maurice Pear- son of Seattle, were Thursday through Sunday houseguests of Mr. and Mrs. Scab Combs. Mr. and Mrs. John James, form- erly of California. and presently of Tacoma. were Saturday dinner guests in the home of her par- ents. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Leonard. SATURDAY DINNER GUESTS of Mrs. Gertrude Scott were Mr. and Mrs. Harry Calkins, Shelton. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Lemke enter- tained Sunday at a birthday dinner in honor of daughter, Mrs. Ken- neth Wolden, Shelton, with Ken- neth 'Nolden and children and Miss Lovette Ballard also guests. Belfair Garden Club, Grange Groups Make Trips As Part of Activities By Rachel Freelhl BELFAIR .... Last Monday was a full day for members of two lo- cal groups whose activities took them outside the community. A committee from Evergreen Garden Club served as hostess club for the Cross Soun4 District meeting in Bremerton. and a delegation from Twanoh Grange visited the Legis- lature in Olympia as a part of their Government Study Project. Attending the session for the Grange were Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lockwood. Mrs. Leroy Dishon. Mrs. Stanley Bradley, Mrs. Jack Kim- ball Mrs. Lee Lopriore and Mike Harding. Most of Evergreen Garden Club's last ineeLing, held Feb. 21 at the home of Mrs. Tom Gibson. with Mrs. Robert Johnsen as co-hostess. was given over to plans for the Federation meeting. The commit- tee to prepare hmcheon for visit- ing judge and officers was named by president, Mrs. Boyd Hunter as Mesdames Ehner Sandstrom. Robert Johnsen. Charles ,Williams, Earl Anderson and the president. Mrs. James Huffman made the centerpiece, and Mrs. M. W. New- kirk was in charge of collecting exhibits. Club members are asking the help of the community in collect- ing rummage items for their April sale in Shelton. The sale will rinse funds for the club's Scholarship Gift to a North Mason graduate. and every type of material with the exception of women's shoes, is being collected. A demonstration of the making of wedding bouquets by Mrs. Ja- mes Huffman. and pointers on winter corsages by Mrs. M W. Newkirk made up the February program for tile group. Mrs. Ed- ward Harris, a guest, won the gift. HIS MANY fricnds here were saddened by the death of Harold Davis, 72, who passed away Sun-. day in a Bremerton hospital after an illness of over a year. A mem- ber of an old pibneer family, Mr. Davis was born in Port Orchard and moved to this community fol- lowing his retirement from P.S.N. S. Survivors include his wife, Mild- red, and brother. Clarence. both North Shore residents: and three daugl;Iter; Mrs. Troy Moore, Mits. Carl Munson and Mrs. Ray Whit- Icy, and a son. Harold A. Davis, Jr.. all of Port Orchard. He is also survived by a brother and three sisters in the Bremer- ton area, and eleven grandchild- Fen. Active in Masonic work. he was a member of the Port Orchard Lodge. News of both an engagement and a wedding- is of interest to re- sidents here. Mr . and Mrs. Paul DeMiero, former Belfairites now living in Bremm:ton. have announ- ced the coming marriage of their daughter, Darla. May 10 to Ron- ald E. Marshall. Darla attended school here before graduating from South Kitsap in 1961 Several Belfair residents went to Bremerton Sunday for the wed- ding of Miss Sandra DuVall Bryan to John C. Jensen at the First Baptist Church there. A grandson of Mr. and Mrs, John Berns of the North Shore. Jensen has spent a number of summers on the canal. The young" couple will make their first home in California. IT IS GOOD to see Doris (Mrs. Robert) DeLong back from her vacation in Mesa. Arizona with a beautiful tan and feeling much better. However. she has no im - mediate plans to return to work. Recent guests at the Lee Lop- riore home have been Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Medeiros, Mrs. Gladys Ames. and Mrs. Joy Godseye, all assisting Claire Lopriore with her "Pinochle improvement sessions." There were five tables in play at Twanoh Granges last fund-rats- ing pinochle party at the Fred Lockwood home. with prizes going to Mrs. Stanley Bradley and Mr. Lockwood. "Resusci-Anne", and the demon- stration of mouth-to mouth artifi- cial respiration given by Larry Drake. proved to be a big attrac- tion at the last meeting of the Jr.- St. P.T.A Tickets for the March 16 Min- stral Show are now out. and may be obtained from members of the group, or from Mrs. Harris at the High School office. Save the date for this fine show. Two other dates Lo remember 8re the World Day of Prayer ser- ';ice at 1 p.m. aL the CommUnity Church. sponsored by both local churches. Everyone is invited. And for World War 1 Veterans and the Ladies Auxiliary, Sunday, March 3 is the date and the Ma- sonic Hall the place for the pot- hick luncheon at 1 p.m. Funeral Service Wednesday For Sam W. Diggle Th funeral service for Sam W. Diggle, Star Rt. 2, Box 173. was held at 1 p.m. Wednesday at the St. David's Episcopal church with Roy. Clarence Lody officiating. Mr. Diggle died Saturday, Feb. 23, 1963, in Tacoma at the age of 74. Interment was in Shelton Memorial Park. He was born Feb. 28, 1888 in Manchester, England. Mr. Diggle ]mad been a Shelton resident for 14 years. He served in the U.S. Army during World War I and was a member of the Episcopal church, the Joseph Warren Ma- sonic Lodge No. 235 Tacoma, and the Scottish Rite in Tacoma. Surviving is one son Sam W. Jr., Shelton; 3 grandchildren; 3 brothers, Albert of California and Harold and George, England; three sisters, Mrs. Hilda Flattum, Seat- tle; Mrs. Mona Poolman and Mrs. Marjorie Isherwood, both of Eng- land. FERRY RECEIPTS Receipts from the Harstine Is- land Ferry during the week end- ing Feb. 23 Were $203.50. the Ma- son County Engineer's office said. weekend in Agate in the home of Mike Bunnell. Dennis Combs spent Saturday overnight witi his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Scab Combs. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Troup and children. Seattle, were Friday over- nigM guests in the home of her parents. Mr. aud Mrs. Dell Adams. Mr. and Mrs J C. Tibbits and children were Friday dinner guests =nd left Clint and Cindy overnight. The Adams took the children home to Chehalis on Sunday. Sunday visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Rishel were Mr. and Mrs. Bob Mendehall of Tahuya. Friday, Mrs. Warren Carr hiked out from town along the raih'oad t-rack and was met along the way by her sister and children. Mrs. Walter Chappell. They enjoyed hiking in the nice weather and later \\;Varren picked up his wife at the Chappell home. Tina Bezley, Shelton was week- end guest of Doris Hiekson. Saturday visitors in the Darl Goldy home were Mr. and Mrs. John Brevig. Mrs. Clayton Lament and chil- dren were Friday hmcheon guests .of Mrs. Ronald Moore. Mrs. Leon Scott and children Shelton visited on Sunday in the home of Mrs. Gertrude Scott. Raenae McQilkin spent the weekend with Norma Jean Obren- ski of Isabella Lake. Darl Goldy motored to Lilliwaup on Sunday and visited with his sister, Mrs. Gladys Zoyer. Sheri Chappell had as Sunday guest Cindy Wickhorst. Our sympathies to Jess Aldrich who was saddened by the death of his brother. Earl Aldrich. Car- son City, Calif.. Thursday of last week. Mrs. Eugene Evers entertained Saturday at a pro-birthday party for daughter. Carol who was 12 years old Sunday. The Hawaiian theme was carried out and there was dancing, games and food. Guests were Nancy and Alberta Evers, Susan Speece. Meridee An- derson, Linda Towle and Sharon Evers. The Pete Bloomfields visited on Saturday evening in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Claude Mch'vin and found Mrs. Mclrvin doing nicely after an appendectomy. Mrs, Kenneth Selvidge and chil- dren. Shelton. were Sunday callers in tie home of Mr. and Mrs. Joe C Brown. Sunday dinner guests in time home of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Former Sheltonian Dies In Seattle Funeral servmes were held in Seattle for George Edler, 72. form- er Shelton resident. He died Sunday at the home of Mrs. William Leftwich. Sr.. where he had made his home since 1950. Funeral services, were at West Home Chapel in West Seattle with burial in Forest Lawn Cemetery. Mr. Edler was born in Snohom- ish County, March 3. 1890 and came to Shelton in 1910. He was employed by the Simpson Timber Company and the City of Shlton as a surveyor for many years. A veteran of World \\;ar I. he was a charter member of the Fred B. Wivell American Legion Post here. Survivors include one brother. Harry, Seattle. and two great nephewK Rolland Leftwich, Great Falls, Mont.. and Kim Leftwich, Port Orchard. WESTERN 1962 ASSETS: $30 What weown . . .... ,115,814 LIABILITIES: What we owe others .... 3,107,200 MEMBERSHIP EQUITY: Average of $587.00 per member 27,008,614 Total liabilities and membership equity .... 30,115.814 WFA DID IT AGAIN For the fifth consecutive year dollar sales volume reached an all-time high. 1962 margins are equal to 25.8% of mem- bership capital and 6.8% of sales volume. Rorih Mason Among Your XenniSrthGOUr ! will open bids at 8 Im 1 -- Merchants o, clearing the site courts )teat' the neW Additioual work !gETTMAN'S MIqN'S STORE alton of the site OI'FNIN( HEIIE SATURDAY through a volunteer Shelton's newest business firm. project. BeLlman's Men's Shop, makes its The area to be debut before Mason County resi- feet by 230 feet. dents this Saturday at graud opening festivities featuring free LIQUOR eonkies and coffee and three valu- Liquor sales at the able door pmzes, of the State Liquor The new men's apparel more. lo- were $23.074.90 caled at 419 Railroad avenue, is There was $20.152. managed by Gene Hanson who has sales and $2.922.63 sales. been associated with the Lumber- men's Mercantile for nearly 20 year. and is owned by Vern Millet. [a former Shelton businessman, eeived by telegram at a wlmo now ewlls and operates Bett- Inc. this week. man's Men's Shop, in Olympia. The 1963 Ford The door prizes include Ifirst) tops swept the Da a Timely suit. ,second) a pair of ishing first, second, and fifth. Actually Bostonian shoes, and ,third) a Stetson hat. Winners will be an- Ford starters nounced at 5:30 Saturday after- finished in the first noon. (See page 3 for details in to thewiresigned Bettman's advertisementl, vice president and The new apparel store will offer aver of the Ford * $ many nationally known brand ]IALVORSEN name clothing- products and will CONCERT AT have the benefit of being able to An hour long draw upon time stock of Bettman's Johnny Halvorsen is Olympia store to supplements its pers at the 20th own supplies. way store on Hillcrest Although at first the new store day. will handle just men's wear. later Halvorsen will be this year il will add women's ap- Lowrey organ parel. Hanson said. o'clock in the FORD PERFORIIANCE AT News of Ford victories in the Daytona performance runs was re- Evers were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Burke and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Can McKay and family of Hoquiam and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Eve,'s. Mat- You lock The occasion was the cele- brating of the birthdays of Carol. daughter of Lhe lmme Mrs. Burke, Mone whose birthday was also on Sun- day and Robert McKay, Jr., whose birthday was Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Tibbits and Are you children. Seattle, were Sunday din- ductions to which ner guests in the home of Mr. Thousands of itemS! and Mrs. Allen Tibbits. DrugTax--available Mr and Mrs. Hans Lurid and customers--furnisheS children, were Sunday dinner nual record. guests in the Bayshore home of ask about Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Lund. Mrs. Start saving tax James Cunningham of Kent and hot' mother. Mrs. Dewey Bennett of Shelton. called on IVIrs. Alma PREP Baker on Sunday. Darlene Bloomfield was home for the weekend from Western Rexali Washington State College at Bell- ingham . present. The proceeds Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Pharris ac- companied Mr. and Mrs. Mike night and had a Johnson and children of Island March of Dimes. Lalee on a trip to Copalis Beach Copyright and Grisdale on Sunday. NOW IT'S LE and time to think of AltlGO FOIl YOUR MENUS Available at your door or at your A QUALITY PRODUCT OF KITSAP-MASO DAIRY AS, S'N. P H O N E 426-4473 F O R D E L I V E [ SHELTON PLANT AT 3rd and GROVE FARMERS ASSOCIATION FINANCIAL REPORT " December 31, 1962 1962 OPERATIHG MARGINS PAID TO MEMBERS AMOUNT FEEDSFormula ..... $2,209,527 FEEDSAII Other ..... 46,748 ALL OTHER PRODUC- TION SUPPLIE .... 1,343,G90 FOWL ............ 68,744 SEEDS ........... 18,881 GRAIN ........... 30,037 EGGS ........... 88,434 FRYERS (4th Quarter)... 21,775 *5% INTEREST ON CERTIFICATES ..... 923,620 PLACED IN RESERVE . . 253,791 5,005,247 "1962 Interest was paid last December Capital retains and patronage returns totaling $4,268,660 will be mailed to mem.bers in early March " Serves YOU best when YOU use it most SHELTER BRANCH 407 So. 1st St. 426-4373 UNIT 9% 2% 7% 1V lb. 31/2% 50 ton 10V2 case .33 lb.