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1963 SHELTON--MASON COUNTY JOURNAL---Published in "Chfistmastowb U.S.A.", Shelton. Washington at 6:30 p.nl. to members and friends Tile business meeting will be ca!led to order at 7 p.m. by Hood Canal Improvement Club Talks Doris Hickson To Mathck Grange Has Meeting; p To Party Nell Va;l.; Corn hold their next tea week in Seattle. the president, Jack Leimbact,:.   !d L i rBe!)Pri0 !ke oll tLOSq LA "Pc tip' I !!iiigl """ ho ,,, '" About Union Fire Truck an evy Be Lost Lake Clam Bake Friday Evening refreshments served by the eom- ""  ' (}or n ". t:!! .," B,;e2?,jltn, sisp;nonSUndaYr.X\\;aih miltee. Tile public is invited. Mrs. I. C. Fold. Jack Dwyer returned home Fri- James Gwinnett spent the week- day after visiting his daughter and 5yi{ E s Hilk end with Janis Stark. husband Mr. and Mrs. Albert Wit- Some- One of our Leac;ers here and leer Fire Depi... tnc main point of enced a somewhat nostalgic feeling thing new is coming. You may Auseth and his wife from Agate. her husband. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph evening, March Lodge F. & A. M. No. ii Stated eomn]unication ATUROAy, MARCH 9 ltiehard Holland W.M. Qerald Samples. Sec'y. Rev. Forrest Aldrich of Albany, Ore. visited the Vances last Mon- day. Harley Hathaway of Olymia a former resident of Hood Canal al- so visited the Vances Sunday. Faith and Lewis Evans, of Holi- day Beach spent the weekend in Tacoma. where. Sunday they were present at the Baptism of two of their grandsons, Scott and Greg. Sons of Mir. and Mrs. i . Wahl. of Tacoma..Also attending was tlle childrens great-grandmother. Mrs. Florence Ross, of Seattle. Use Journal Want Ads APPLIAllCE REPAIRS bus to popular demand from our many customers on freezer and re- sales and service, both com- and domestic, we have employed GLARENGE JAGNOW y with L.M. Service Department) td up our newly-formed Service 'De -`/ for all makes of Washers, Dry- Hot Water Tanks, etc. Warren Refrigeration --- 127 S. 2nd St. -- Service Refrigerators. Speed Queen Laundry and Ranges EcLuipment Chrysler Heat Pumps The Service After the Sale That Couts'" discussion was with regard to a proposed 10 mill tax levy in order to procure the funds needed to purchase a new fire truck for the Union fire figl]ting brigade. The issue to come up before tax payers on the election March 12. J. C. Bridger Mason County engineer was a gmst speaker who present- ed the matter of the new proposed Harstine Island bridge. Something else for toeal taxpayers to bave to consider, and with forsight. A very pleasant weekend was spent by a group of Mason County friends who were at Seaside Ore- gon, a week ago, when Mrs. Jean Moore and son Mike met the Robert Fletcher family of Seattle. and the Harry Bacons and their two daug- hters [Canal summer residents) for the outing and pre-spring holi- day. Mrs. Dorothy Jessup returned home last Wednesday after a won- derful month in Hawaii, and where she enjoyed other Mason County friends and summer neighbors of Hood Canal. who were also on va- cation in the Islands. As Mrs. Jessup returned via steamer she flew via jet plane on the way over l and the ship landed at Vancouver B. C. where it was berthed, she arrived at Olympia via train, and where she was met by Mrs. Paul Schlosser and daughter M1s. Jean Moore and her son Mike, and who returned with her to their Canal home near Union, Mrs. Paul Schlosser motored to Olympia on Thursday accompanied by Mrs. Louis Van Arsdale of Shel- ton and Mrs. Frank Bishop of Lit- tle Skootcum where they attended the bridge luncheon at the home of Mrs. William Greenbaum. WALDO CHASE returned home last Saturday from Seattle, where be was at the home of a friend while recovering from the effects of an accident he suffered in a car accident on Nav'y Yard highway three weeks ago. He is resting at his home with a house keeper in charge until such time as he may be about again. h-nagine Mrs. Lud Andersen's surprise and momentaly feeling of bewilderment when traveling in California recently to see a sign SEE WHAT'S NEW AT YOUR CHEVROLET DEALER'S S--that's the only name for entirely different kinds of cars bucket,seat .con- coupes And in'vst every one with such sports-car type as 4-speed stick or Powerglide Positraction, tachometer, high engines, you name it. [] If you plus the luxuries of a full- car, try the Chevrolet Impala s one of the smoothest road runners teamed, up with a pair of bucket seats. It even offers a new Comfortilt steer- ing wheel* that positions right where you want it. [] The new Chevy II Nova SS has its own brand of excitement. Likewise the turbo-supercharged rear-engine Corvair NIonza Spyder and the all-new Corvette Sting Rays. Just decide how sporty you want to get, then pick your equipment and power--up to 425 hp in the Chevrolet SS, including the popular Turbo-Fire 409" with 340 hp for smooth, responsive handling in city traffic. *optional at extra cost for the old time hamlet on Hood Canal where she first saw the light of day, and which was known as Union CRy. its original name. The Andersens left for Califor- nia a couple of weeks ago when thcw grew weary of our then blus- tery cold wave of weather. They drove as far south as Golden Gate bridge, then turned over to High- way 1, and followed the highway down along the coast as fat' as their destinatioh. Morro Bay. Here they spent a restful two weeks, and found to their mutual surprise both razor clams and goeduek. It was upon the return drive home- ward from Oakland on the free- way to Livennore. they stopped off to lunch at a small roadside place they noted the sign Union City. They were a bit weary on arrival home last Monday after- noon( a week ago) but rested up after a good night sleep at home. Ira Vest who underwent eye sur- gery last Friday at Harrison 3e, mortal Hospital of Bremerton, for the removal of a cataract, is said to be in good condition, and will be returned to his home before this news appears in Union News. MR. AND MRS, Lloyd A. Cook made the trip to Sea Tac Wednes- day morning to see her mother Mrs. Mary Jarcho off on the jet- plane carrying her to Phonix, Ariz. where she is visiting her sister Mrs. Dunbar. A long distance phone call received by the Cooks Friday evening stated she was having an enjoyable time. with the temperature of 81 degrees ex- cellent for the family picnics she had been attending The Hood Canal Woman's Club was well represented at the last Thursday session of the Legisla- ture when some 19 members join- ed a caravan motoring to Olym- pia, and according to reports, had a most interesting and enjoyable day. The Hood Canal Woman's Club is sponsoring a Fashion Tea to be given at their clubhouse at Pot- latch March 28 at 2 p.m. and which promises to be an import- ant event fashion wise and social- ly. M[ore about this in another is- sue of the Journal. Alderbrook Inn has a new chef, Waldo Brun, and who arrived with his wife Inna and 15 month-old son Guido last Friday evemng, to take over his duties heading the cuisine department. Brun originally hales from Switzerland and his wife was born in Holland. small son Guido arrived to join the family group in Vaneouver B. C. where Brun had ser,eaed as chef at Airport Ho- tel of Western Hotels Ins. He also was employed in the same capa- city at Bayshore Hotel at Vancou- ver and at the resort Hotel at Banff. This is their first visit and stay in tim United States. and which the couple seem to find to their liking. They have taken a cottage at Kohls resort place. As Chef Brun dislikes baking and has a distriet aversion to the same, Mary McBratney will now have time to create some more of her fine ba- kery specials, her home made breads, sweet rolls and pastries having made a name for excellance with guests at the Inn. as well as the home folks, at the time she operated the pastry and Bake Shop with her sister Mrs, Beulah Nich- ols in their Canal home. OUR POST MASTER Wanda Nilson, was recently appointed the State Public Relations Chairman of the Washington Chapter of the. have thought that Lost Lake was really lost, but not really they just haven't had a correspondent, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Tibbits and Linda of Olympia and Mr. and Mrs. Alan Tibbits and Keith of Shelton, were Sunday evening guests of the Leonard Cochran family. Miss Beverly Horst. a Seattle teacher, and Mrs. Saeger's sister was a most welcomed visitor in the hmne of the Don Saeger's from Monday through Thursday. The Loerteher's enjoyed Mr. and Mrs. John Gross. Bremerton, as their Sunday dinner guests. Tile Clyde Norris family of Lost Lake motored to Chehalis to visit with the Clyde Keefer's on Sun- day. A Sunday evening guest in the Clyde Norris home was Clay Mc- Carty of Shelton. National Association of Postmas- ters. This news came to her from the State President Bill Manly of White Salmon. andas duties will now cover all phases of public re- lations, and will be for the most part to, and also with the fifteen different Presidents in Washington State, and also the National Chair- man Roger T. Gilbert, Dexter, Me. MRS KARL O'BERRY was hon- or guest of Union's Birthday Club group at the luncheon at the home of Mrs. Ned Rucker last Tuesday. She was the recipient of card of good wishes of her friends and also gifts. The special birth- day cake having been baked for the occasion by Mrs. Rucker. and who was assisted by her mother Mrs. Lucille Welsh during the af- ternoon. Present were the follow- ins Mesdames Karl O'Berry, Otto Wojohn. her mother lrs. Bulman, Mrs. E. Hough, Mrs. Dick Buechel, and Mrs. Olson and who is Mrs. O'Betry's mother, of Seattle and the hostess Mrs. Rucker and Mrs. \\;Velsh. Mrs. Olson has been a house guest at the O'BemT home for a couple of days last week. President Vern Wyatt of Union Square Dance Club announces a series to be given at Union Com- munity Hall on the first and third Friday of the month and to which all interested are cordially invited. The first dance was last Friday evening with Otto Wojohn as can ler. If enough teen-agers are in- terested, a special night may be set aside for a Teen Age Square Dance group. Mr. and Mrs.. L, Sde Gardner are home-again after a couple of months at their favorite vacatiofi spot Sun Gold. and which is locat- ed in the Coachella Velley, and where they have spent their an- nual winter vacations for the past four years. The Gardners returned last Saturday a week ago, and re- port having enjoyed a complete rest. which included some swim- ruing, also wandering about in the orchards which surround the re- sort and exploring the colorful sand dunes. Flagwood Gift Shop is open again to the public, Mrs. COrd Wilson having returned recently with Mr Wilson from their vacation in Ca- lifornia, where they visited friends, and also made interesting trips about the country side. Mrs. Wilson who is practically a new comer to this district, hav- ing succumbed to the beauty with which we are surrounded, stated, "There simply is no place lovelier then this Hood Canal area". $125 was raised at tile benefit dance. Saturday evening for tile Kenneth Howard family. Mrs. Clifford Ford called on Augusta Portman. Tuesday after- noon. Mrs. Augusta Portman and Carl Portman and Mrs. Marie MeKay were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Portman of Shel- ton. The dinner was in honor of Carl Portman's birthday. Mrs. L. F. Cook of Montesano called on Mrs. Augusta Portman Saturday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. A1 Cash of Sno- homish, spent Sunday with his brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Max Cash. Mrs. Kenneth Howard and chil- dren, Milly, Margaret and Kevin were overnight g'uests of her folks, Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Cook of Monte- sane. MRS. HERBERT HELIN went with Mrs. Chapin Collins of Monte- sane to Vancouver, Saturday to attend the state board meeting of the Daughters of Pioneers. Mr. and Mrs. Dave DeFoer and family spent Sunday with , the former's sister and family of Olympia. Mr. and Mrs. Lad Rossmaier ac- companied by the Carl Goodburn family of Shelton. spent Sunday with tile St. Rossmaier's of Ro- chester. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Valley and son. LeRoy, spent Friday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Charles LeBrec. HI.. AND MRS. Edward Valley visited the Rodger Spalding fam- ily Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. I. C. Ford and Mrs. J. R. Singleton were Saturday evening dinner gamsts of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Brehmeyer, Jr.. the occasion was a birthday dinner in honor of Mrs. Ford. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Simpson of Killough, spent their Washington birthday vacation in Oregon. They visited Mr. and Mrs. Jack Moore and son. John of Vancouver. Mrs. Moore is a former Mary K. Knight teacher and then the Killoughs went to Salem. Ore.. to visit rela- tives. Smokey Says: Chaperone your smokes--don't let them go out alonel to bottom: Corveite "S'ting" R'ay'Co,;iert}ile, Cormir Monza Spyder Co,wertible, Chevy II , Chevrolet Impala SS Coupe (Super Sport aug Spyder equipmeut optiona I at extra col.) ....... ee YOUr e : ........ ; ............. : ............................. i: ...... t dealer's Showroom ............. n..!Fdy diffem# hn& of ears a* your Chevro..!.: ..... : .............................. HELL CHEVROLET COHPANY 1st & GrOVe Streets Shelton 426-4426 % Wedding! 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