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Page 16 SHELTON MASON COUNTY JOURNAL  Published in "Christmastown, U.S.A.", Shelton, Washington Hoodsport Cafe Is Sold, Former'[ ' " OWners To Move To California I \\; \\;!i1 / * " Thursday, Februar I . By Joyce Scott HOODSPORT.--The Men's FeN lowship is sponsoring a 45-minute filn% "Venture for Victory", at the Middle Skokomish Community Church on Friday, March 1, at 7:30 p.m. This film tells the story of Overseas Crusades program of bsketball evangelism in the Ori- ent, Bey. Lloyd Kflgore, former paStOr of the Hoodsport Church Will be present at the showing and will be pleasased to meet old friends. The public is cordially in- vited to attend. Refreshments will be served at the close of the evening. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Morris. own- ers of the Hoodsport Cafe and residents here since 1955. have sold their home on the beach south of town and the Care to Mr. and Mrs. Jim Epperson. Jim, the butcher at Hale's Market is already well knoum in our community. They will begin operation of the Cafe March 1. Mr. and Mrs. Morris have purchased a restaurant in Redondo Beach, their home before moving to the Canal. The Bill Beardens were happy to have their daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Tmer, Rich- mend, Calif., arrive unexpectedly on Friday for a weekend visit. This was Clara's first visit home since her marrmge last fall. To make the weekend even more pleasant, Wilford phoned from the Air Force Hospital on Sunday. He is gaining strength but will be confined for some time yet for remedial surgeLw on the tracheo- tomy he had during his recent ill- ness. The days are long for him now and he would greatly appreci- .ate cards or letters from the home folks. His address is Air Force Academy Hospital, Colo- rado, 3rd Floor, Ward B. MR. AND MRS. Robert Scale of Seattle, were weekend guests of Ml's. Rule Dickinson. Eighteen 7th Graders. class- mates of Donna Reed. had a party at Lake Cushman Lodge on Sun- day aftmmon. The youngsters brought their own food and en- joyed the use of the Lodge before the busy season starts. Mr. and Mrs. James Radtke, Jimmy and Roxanne visited their parents, the Roy Pierces and the Edwm'd Radtkes on Satm'day. Tiny Tim Orthopedic Guild will meet at the home of Irmt Lara- mie on Wednesday, March 6, at 8 p.m. A spring project will be dis- The first meeting of the Medical Self Help classes to be taught by Nits. John Denison will be Thurs- day, March 7, at 7:30 p.m. in the Hood Canal Junior High. These classes are under the Civil De- fense Program and are a combina- tion of first ai and home nurs- ing. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Connolly and family spent the long weekend in Seattle, visiting Merle Connally, Kenneth's father. For a going away party for Vye Morris on "Wednesday night, the O N O Club transformed the liv- ing room of the Steve Hale home into a replica oi the Shell Tide Restaurant which the Morrises will be operating in Redondo Beach. Red checkered cloths covered the tables and conuc pic- tms with captions that provoked much laughter were displayed t.llroughout the room. Betty Seh:wab and Thelma Kneeland, in outlandish costumes, waited on ta, bles. This clever party was planned and carried out by Jean Bearden and Bessie Hale. Vye was given a parting gift only after being presented a box of broken glass by a stumbling hostess. Un- doubtedly Vye will not soon for- Ct her 0 N 0 fdends'. V*ENTY-THREE young people h'om Hood Canal Community Chmh and five from Shelton at- .ended the King's tPeen Banquet in Seattle on Friday. "l"nis affair was held in the Fine Arts Bldg. on the World Fair site. More than 3.000 teenagers from all over the Northwest. were present. Mel Johnson vice-president of Youth for Christ, Int., was the speaker. Roy Pierce drove the S. S. bus to the ferry and the group was met and,transported to the banquet by bses from King's Garden. Mrs. Pierce, Mrs Andy Scott, Barbara Hayes, Frank Gray and Mike Winn accompanied the group. Jack Smith had the pleasure of re- maining in Seattle after the ban- uet and spending the night witli axy Nnnnclee, former teacher here, The Bob Smiths attended ihe Boat Show on Satlltday :(:tl picked Jack up for [:ie rcttlri, trip. MISS ,BARBARA HAYt,b; Beaverton, Ore.. was a house gileS!. in the home of Mr. and Mrs. D}ck Endicott this past weekend. Miss Hayes and Frank Gray will b,, married in May. A No-Host group had dinner in Shelton, Saturday night to cele- brate a little early the wedding anmversary of Mr. and Mrs. Brian Myles and the birthday of Ben Morrm. Wayne Scott was home from the U of W. on Friday. The Andy Scotts drove him to Olympia to catch a bus Sunday afternoon and took advantage of the occasion to visit Mr. and Mrs. Richard Scott and children. Cub Scout Pack 11 of Hoods- port held it's annual Blue and Gold Banquet, Feb. 21 at the Hood Canal Junior High. Attending Cub Scouts, Boys Scouts of Troop 11, Explorers of Post 11, their families and Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Gmlver and sons of She] ton. Graver is Mason District Scouting com- mittee chairman. Boy Scouts of Troop 11 pre- sented the opening flag ceremony. Rev. W. H. Gain gave the invo- cation. After dinner there was group singing. Cub Scouts Randy Endi- cott. Ricky Tweed, Mark Walm- stey, John Sutton. Don Rollevson, Jack Benedict. Curt Hunter and Ivan Dyson presented "Cut) Scout Acrostic". Jerry Smith, Mike Johnson, Mike Benner, Donald Benedict, Danlqy Bolander, John Sutton, Billy Hunter and Neil Puter told "The Blue and Gold Story". GIeUVE PRESENTED the Cub Scout charter to Burt Tweed, Boy Scout charter to Bob Smith, Ex- plorer charter to Dick Endicott who will present them to the Hood Canal P.T.A., the sponsorhlg or- ganization. Scoutmaster Bob Smith pre- sented Tendmffoot pins to Scouts Wayne Tweed, Kurt Grubb, John Morris. Ronnie Bailey, Bill Tim.m Rickey Buechel, Larry Deemer John Gregory, Jim Reeder. Dave Bobbins .and John Jackson. Second Class awards were presented to Chuck Viger and Perry Hovey. AWARDS CHAIRMAN Dick Endicott presented awards to Cub Scovx.,-;: Mike Johnson, i year star; Mark Grubb, silver arrow  and 1 year star; Jerry Smith, Gold and Silver Arrows; l),,P.ald Benedict, Gold and Silver Arrow and i year star; David. Lenning, Gold and sil- ver arrow and 1 year atar; Donny Rollevson, Wolf Badge and Gold Am)w; Danny Bolander, Gold ar- row, 1 year star and Denned Stripes; John Sutton, I year Star; John Laramie, Wolf Badge, Gold ald Silyr Arrow and 1 year Star; Jimmy Dickenson, Gold and Silver Ari'ow and 1 year Star; Nell Pater and Curt Hunter, Wolf Badges; Bill Hunter, Bear Badge; Jack Benedict and Ricky Tweed Denner Stripes. The closing ceremony was given by Cubmaster Bert Tweed and Cub Scout Mark Gruebb. Ba kb- an-gaF s im Film Planned After Highdimber Game "VenLure for Victory", a 45 minute film sport's story will be shown at a "5th quarter" activity, Friday, to begin 20 minutes after the conclusion of the Senior High basketball game. This film will be shown in the lower auditorium of the First Baptist Church. All Jun- ior High and Senior High young people are invited to attend.. "Ventm'e for Victory" is the story of the Venture for Victory basketball team which 4qas toured the Far East. The film itself was made in the Orient It all started 10 years ago when Coach Don Odle. Taylor's Univer- sity's athletic director, was awak- ened in his home in Upland, Ind., by a long-distance call from Tai- Pet Formosa. from Dr. Dick Hill- is, general director of Overseas Cmlsades, Inc. In a few varied minutes of con- versati0n, veteran missionary to the Far East challenged the aston- ished coach to bring a basketball team to Formosa for a umque program of basketball evangelism. 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