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Page 14 Man Scientist Subject Sunday A Bible lesson on the subject phasize the Christian Science ea- "Man" will be read this Sunday chins that man's real identity i at Shelton First Church of Christ not material, but found in God Scientist. as His spiritual image and like- Scriptural selections will include hess---what St. Paul referred to these verses from Psahns 190:1, as "the new man" (Eph. 4:24). 16): "Lord, thou hast been our Included will be this passage from dwelling place in all generations "Science and Health with Key to . . Let thy work appear unto the Scriptures" by Mary Baker thy servants, and thy glory unto Eddy Ip.90/: "The admission to their eriildren." one's self that man is God's own Correlative readings will era- likeness sets man free to master glIELTON--MAg0N COUNTY JOURNAL  Published in Chr,,tnasfowb U:.A.', ghelton, Washington ' .... Grapeview Summer Residents Show Beach Homes Over W ekend v.. LLLI, "N or iamb, this year's symbol oflalittle lamb that entered the Ty- March did well to enter in a nice l rone Rauschert family, March 2. Pretty little Maureen iJenise came thick wooly coat, what with the lint o "this world Saturday, just let;p uJnsHmcTon GReen thermometer dropping to the free-I thirty-two minutes after noon, at zing point and below, for the first few nights of the montt, at any rate. the infinite idea." I NOTICE BY MASON COUNTY AUDITOR OF SPECIAL AND GENERAL ELECTIONS NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN- That a Special County-wide Election for Hartstene Bridge Bonds and Special District-wide Elections for formation of Harstine Fire Protection District No. 7 and a Special Levy Proposition on Union Fire Protection District No. 6, together with General School Dis- trict Elections and County Board of Education Election. Said Elections will be held in concert on Tuesday, March 12, 1963, at the Polling Places set out be- 10w in Precinct order. Said Polls will open at 8:00 a.m. and remain open until 8:00 p.m. of said day. (Except that in the case there axe any voters in the Polling Places at the hour of closing, who have not voted, the Polls will remain open after the hour, to enable them to do so.) EICTIONS HELD TUESDAY, MARCH 12, 1963. I I SPECIAL ELECTION HARTSTENE ISLAND BRIDGE PROJECT BONDS, MASON COUNTY, WASHINGTON PROPOSITION "Shall Mason County, Washington, contract an indebtedness in the sum of $720,000.00 and issue its negotiable general obligation bonds therefor, payable by annual tax levies to be made without limitation as to rate or amount, bearing interest at a rate not to exceed 6% per annum, payable semi-annually, and maturing in from two to not more than 20 years from date of issue, for County capital purposes only, other than the replacement of equipment, to-wit; to pay the costs of carrying out the Hartstene Island Bridge Project within Mason County, all as provided in Resolution No. "B" of the Board of County Com- missioners of said County, passed and approvel January 21, 1963 ?" I I SPECIAL ELECTION FOR OR AGAINST PROPOSED FORMATION OF HARSTINE FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT NO. 7 OF MASON COUNTY, WASHINGTON and ELECTION OF FIRST BOARD OF FIRE COMMISSIONERS PROPOSITION The boundaries of said proposed Fire Protection District, as fixed by a Resolution of the Board of Mason County Commissioners at a I-Iearing on said matter, held in their office at 11:00 A.M., Monday, lanuary 28, 1963, are described as follows: All of Harstine Island and McMicken Island, being situate in Ma- on County, Washington. Further, that at said Election the following electors, residing within the fixed boundaries of said proposed district, and who were nominated by the Board of County Commissioners at said Hearing as Candidates for the first Board of Fire Commissioners, shall be voted upon for the purpose of electing the first Fire Commissioners for said district: LAWRENCE H. JERRELLS THOMAS P. TIERNEY HUGO V. GLASER SPECIAL ELECTION UNION FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT NO. 6 OF MASON COUNTY, WASHINGTON PROPOSITION Shall a Tax Levy of ten thousand dollars ($10,000.00), or approxi- mately 10 mills m excess of the tax levy provided by law be made on the assessed valuation of the Union Fire Protection District No 6, and the proceeds thereof used toward purchasing a new Fire Truck, fully equipped, to be based at Union, Washington. all as more specifically provided for in a Resolution unanimously adopted by the Fire Pro- tection District Commission, on February 28, 1963 ? III GENERAL SCI2iOOL DISTRICT ELECTIONS MASON COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 20 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN: That said School District No. 20 General Election will be held at the Community Hall in Tahuya Pre- cinct on Tuesday, March 12, 1963, for the purpose of electing two School District Directors for a term of four years each. % PHYLLIS FIXEMER, Clerk MASON COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 42 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN: That said School District No. 42 General Election will be held at the Southside School for Arcadia and Mill Creek Precincts and Little Skookum Bay Community Hall for Kamilche 2 Precinct on Tuesday, March 12, 1963, for the purpose of electing two School District Directors for a term of four years each. ARTHUR D. BAKKE, Clerk MASON COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 54 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN: That said School District No. 54 General Election will be held at the Grapeview Fire Hall in Grape- view Precinct and at Pioneer School in Picketing Precinct on Tues- day, March 12. 1963, for the purpose of electing one School District Director for an unexpired term of two years and two School District Directors for a Term of four years each. MARY M. KNIGHT SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 311 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN: That said School District No. 311 General Election will be held at Mary M. Knight School for Matloek Precinct, Satsop Precinct and that portion of said School District No. 311 lying within Grays Harbor County. Also at the Grange Hall for Cloquatlum Precinct and the Dayton Community Hall for Dayton Pre- cinct on Tuesday, March 12, 1963, for the purpose of electing one Director for District 2 for a term of four years and one Director for District No. 5 for a term of four years. HELEN W. STODDEN, Clerk KAMILCHE VALLEY CONSOLIDATED SCHOOL DISTRICT NO 401 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN: That said School District No. 401 General Election will be held at the Kamilche School for Kamilche Precinct on Tuesday, March 12, 1963, for the purpose of electing two Directors for a four year term each. VERNA ELLISON, Clerk PIONEER CONSOLIDATED SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 402 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN: That said School District No. 402 General Election will be held at Pioneer School for Miller, Northside and Pickering Precincts on Tuesday, March 12, 1963, for the purpose of electing two Directors for a four-year term each. BARRIE D. STROUD, Clerk NORTH MASON CONSOLIDATED SCHOOL DISTRICT NO, 403 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN . That said School District No. 403 General Election will be held at the Allyn School for Allyn Precinct, Belfair Grade School (on Hiway No. 21) for Belfair Precincts No. 1 and No. 2 and the old Grade School Building (North Shore Road) for Belfair Precinct No. 3 on Tuesday, March 12, 1963, for the purpose of electing one Director for District No. 2 for a four year term. one Di- rector for District No. 3 for a four year term, one Director for District No. 4 for an unexpired two year term and one Director for District No. 5 for a four year term. CHARLES AMACHER. Clerk HOOD CANAL CONSOLIDATED SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 404 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN: That said School District No. 404 General Election will be held at the New Jr. High School for Eells, Skokomish and Union Precincts and at the Hoodsport School for Hoodsport, Lilliwaup and Potlatch Precincts on Tuesday, March 12, 1963, for the purpose of electing one School Director for each of the Director Districts, No. 2, No. 3 and No. 5, each for a four year term. RUSSELL C. VIGER, Clerk i COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION ELECTION NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN: That the General Election of Coun- ty Board of Education in Mason County, Washington, will be held In concert with General School District Elections at all the Polling Places in Mason County, as set out below, on Tuesday, March 12. 1963, for the purpose of electing one member for each of Member Districts No. 1, No. 2 and No. 3, and each for a term of four years. J. W. GOODPASTER County Superintendent of Schools II PRECINCTS AND POLLING PLACES PRECINCT POLLING PLACES Airport ............................................................................................ Moose Hall Allyn ............................................................................ Allyn Grade School Arcadia ................................................................................ Southside School Belfair No. 1 ........................................ Grade School on Highway No. 21 *Belfair No. 2 ........................................ Grade School on Highway No. 21 Belfair No. 3 ............................ Old Grade School -- North Shore Road *Capitol Hill ............ Carlson Tile Shop - 2335 Olympic Highway North Cloquallum ........................................................ Cloquallum Grange Hall Dayton .................................................................... Dayton Community Hall *Eells ............................................................ New Jr. High - Juct. 21 & 101 Grapeview ...................................................................................... Fire Hall Harstine ............................................................................ Community Hall Hoodsport ........................................................................ Hoodsport School Isabella .................................... Dave IYick Residence - Beverly Heights Kamilche ............................................................................ Kamilche School Kamilche No. 2 .................................... Little Skookum Community Hall *Litliwaup .......................................................................... Hoodsport School *Matlock .................................................................... Mary M. Knight School *Mill Creek ........................................................................ Southside School *Miller .................................................................................... Pioneer School Mt. View ........................................................................ Carlson Tile Shop Northside ...................... : ..................................................... Pioneer School *Pickering .............................................................................. Pioneer School *Potlatch .......................................................................... Haodsport School *Satsop .................................................................... Mary M. Knight School *Skokomish ............................................ New Jr. High - Juct. 21 & 101 Tahuya ................................................................ Tahuya Community Hall *Union ......................................................... New Jr. High - Juct. 21 & I01 Westside .................................................................... Shelton Valley Grange *Shelton No. 1 ............................................................................ Courthouse Shelton No. 2 ............................................................................ Courthouse Shelton No. 3 .................................................................... Evergreen School Shelton No. 4 ................................................ Mr. Olive Lutheran Church *Shelton No. 5 .................................................... P.U.D. No. 3 Auditorium *Shelton No. 6 .................................................................... Evergreen School *Shelton No. 7 ................................................................ Bordeaux School *Shelton No. 8 ........................................................ P.U.D. No. 3 Auditorium *Shelton No. 9 .................................................... Mr. Olive Lutheran Church *Shelton No. 10 ............................................................................ Courthouse *Shelton No. 11 ................................................................ Mr. View School Shelton No. 12 .................................................... P.U,D. NO. 3 Auditorium Shelton No. $3 ................................................................ Bordeaux School Shelton No. 14 .................................................................... Mt. View School ' NOTE: Voters in above Precincts preceded by * will not vote at their regular Polling Place. I I I II I I Inl DATED this 28th day of February, 1963. C. Nolan Mason Auditor, and Supervisor of Elections for Mason County, Washington, and Special Qfflz, er or .khoolm. CHAS. W. WALKER, Clerk MASON COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 302 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN: That said School District No. 302 General Election will be held at the Community Hall in Harstine Pre- cinct on Tuesday, March 12, 1963, for the purpose of electing two School District Directors for a term of four years each. C. W. STREcKENBACH, Clerk SHELTON SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 309 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN: That said School District No. 309 General Election will be held in Shelton at the County Courthouse for Shelton Precincts No. 1, 2 and 10; Evergreen School for Pre- cincts 3 and 6; Mt. Olive Lutheran Church for Precincts 4 and 9; PUD Building for Precincts 5, 8, and 12; Bordeaux SchOol for Precincts 7 and 13; Mt. View School for Precincts 11 and 14; and outside Shelton at the Moose Hall for Airport Precinct: the Southside School for Arca- dia and Mill Creek Precincts; Carlson Tile Shop for Capitol Hill and Mt. View Precincts; Buck Prairie Grange Hall for Cloquallum Precinct; Dayton Community Hall for Dayton Precinct; the Dave Dick residence for Isabella Precinct; Kamilche School for Kamilche Precinct; Little Skookum Bay Community Hall for Kamilche No. 2 Precinct; Pioneer School for Northside Precinct and the Shelton Valley Grange Hall for WeStside Precinct; on Tuesday, March 12, 1963. for the purpose of electing one Director in District No. 1 for a four year Lern; one Di- rector in District No, 2 for a four year term, one Director in District No. 3 for an unexpired two year term. one Director in District NO. 4 for an unexpired two year term and one Director for District No. 5 for a four year term. LAURA T. MTJRPHY, Clerk I I III I the Tacoma General Hospital, pro- viding Ty and Jackie with seven pounds and four ounces of baby girl to love; Proud and pleased first-time grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Ted Rauschert of Grape- view. Grandma Millie's plans for this week included being in Taco- ma Tuesday to welcome her tiny granddaughter home and staying on a few days to help the new par- cuts with a "changing" daily rou- tine. We are also happy to welcome Grapeview newcomers, Mr. and Mrs. Joel Bengtson who are get- ting settled in the former Carl Kolstad place. Bengtson. a retired railroad engineer, and Mrs. Bengt- son. are former Renton residetlts and had been living in Oroville prior to their move here. The folks now occupying the former Oliver Eide residence are Mr. and Mrs. Ira Dennis. Dennis is employed at the Youth Camp on Hood Canal's North Shore and Mrs, Dennis works at the North- west Evergreen Company in Shel- ton. Certainly is nice to see lights in the house again. THE AL OKONEKS were pleas- ed to receive a card from Oliver Eides from San Diego where they are visiting with Mr. Eide's son, The Eide's ultimate destination is Florida. A1 got his boat into the water Saturday and it must have been an ideal time, for when he and son Ed took it out Sunday for this season's first fishing trip, they both brought home their limit. Lucky lady, Annie Eaton! Mrs. Eaton s daughter and family, the Roy Fredericks, have been driving out each weekend from Seattle to tend to the spring cleaning, both inside and out. at Mrs. Eaton's home. If this past weekend's wea- ther will continue, keeping the days clear and crisp, this shoul be a pleasant task. Quite a few Grapeview folks began just such spring chores this weekend. The Lee Whites drove over from their Seattle home to work on their Treasure Island beach home while the Russell StocKs confined their trip over from Port Orchard to just looking over their place and visiting. Another sure sign of spring is that John McGlothlin has retuied to Grapeview from Siloam Springs, Ark. John is back at the St. Char- les Winery once again in his usual capacity. Welcome home, John! Her many friends will be glad to hear that, although she is still hospitalized at the Harboziew Hospital in Seattle, Mrs. Inga Cronquist is steadily improving from her recent surgery. Those who are ready, willing and able might note that, due to a series of transfusions given to Mrs. Cr0n- quist, there is a need to replace same. Blood replacements canbe made at the Shelton General Hos- pital Blood Bank which functions. sharing reciprocity with the King County Central Blood Bank. Those able to donate blood are instruct- ed to be sure and give the patient's full name and the name of the hospital to be credited with the donation, the Harborview Hospital in this case. FRED LUTZ retnzed to duty at the Puget Sound Naval Ship- yard once again Monday morning, after having beeh confined to hos- pital and home for the past sever- al months. We all hope that his condition continues to improve. The Roy Cochburns with daugh- ter Gayle and son Jimmy, of Ta- coma, spent Sunday in Grapeview with their "kinfolk", Mr. and Mrs. Les Soule. "Uncle Les" capably shouldered the duties of chef for the day, preparing "Hangtown Fry", a favorite dish of the Coeh- burns. The Cochburn gourmets were delighted to be able to take additional oysters home with them at the end of the day. Sunday guests of the C. W. -Jimmy" Walkers were Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Sovereign and children Shawna and Kevin of Seattle. The outing was somewhat in the na- ture of a family. Celebration,' Mr. Sovereign having received the good rord that after quite a few years of family co . operation he had pas- sed the Washington State Bar ex: aminations which he had taken in King County last month. We are sorry to learn that Mrs. Walker's mother, Mrs. Ethel AI, drieh is very ill at her home in Bremerton, requiring constant care. Joe Little of Treasure Island is recuperating after a recent stay of several days in the Clinic Hos- pital in Shelton. THAT TWENTY-EIGHT foot craft moored just north of the Stretch Island bridge is the newest aquisition of the Bill Spooners, Having, purchased the unfinished rinsed aeck cruiser from Al Marsh, Bill's immediate effort will be ex- tended to "keep her afloat" with future plans being to repair her and possibly outfit her with a sail. Sounds like an ambitious sum- mer's work! The main program at last Tues- day's Grape'view V. F. D. meeting was a discussion on various types of fire engine pumps led by Bill Spooner. The discussion will be continued at the regular March meeting. About a dozen members were present with newcomer, Les- lie Freeman, applying for member- ship. "Jubie" Hicks and Dean Cook had quite a memorable "tour of duty" last Tuesday and Wednesday when they went on the P.S.N.S. shakedown cruise of the Air Craft Carrier U.S.S. Bennington which has been Undergoing extensive re- modeling and modernization. Leav- ing Bremerton Tuesday morning, the nuge craft moved out of Puget sound and straight out into the Paeific encountering Tuesday stiff .v]inds jtls,t a.b0.tt Ppcr tre. For- - ty foot Waves brought on many an attack of "mal de mer" before the craft had reached its turning point at midnight. Veering southward and then homeward, the Benning- ton had retm'ned to its P.S.N.S. berth by Tuesday evening, assured of a successful trial run. The Harold Retzmans staged a. birthday party for Mrs. "Eke" Eacrett and of course Mr. Penne- bera attending. Much to Pearl's surprise, Anne Eacrett brought a- long an additional birthday cake to celebrate Pearl's March 1 birth- day. The four couples enjoyed an evening of playing cards ana wait- ing most . pleasantly culminated with enjoying two birthday cakes. Sunday morning the Retzmans left Grapeview and drove 99 miles to enjoy breakfast. Their destina- tion was HadloCk near Port Townsend where they joined friends 1;o enjoy an Amaranth bl'eakfast. Bet there was nothing wrgng with 'their appetite by the time they arrived there! ,NNE AND "EKE" Eacrett were most happy to welcome Mr.' and Mrs. Ray Poinsett and sons John and Joel who drove over from Tacoma's Lakewood area to spend Sunday ezith them. Luncheon and visiting gave Anne and Elizabeth Poinsett an opportunity to remin- isce about the good times they shared as girlhood friends and while schoolmates at Stadium Highscho01 in Tacoma. Perhaps Grapeview's long time residents can remember when Elizabeth's father, Mr. Julius Mann, and the family used to spend a fa'ir por- tion of the summer moored in Eekert's cove in their cruiser. A- mong Mrs. Poinsett's many acti- vities she finds most interesting, her evening classes in which she teaches war brides the rudiments of the English language. Our Grapeview 4-H Barnacles have been very busy not only with the preparation of their demon- stration for Demonstration Day, but with practicing their skit to be presented at Rally Day which will be hld at the Mt. View school in Shelton this Saturday, March 9. The activities will begin at 4 p. m. with each club acting as an :independent group in serving its i potluck dinner and giving its skit. :Donald Seiners and Susan Pogreba are in charge of table decorations. Parents and grandparents are cor- dially invited to attend the fun and feasting. The menu includes spag- 'hetti, potato salad, cole slaw, bak- ed beans, carrot and celery sticks, rolls and cake. Punch and coffee will be provided but all attending are requested to bring their own silver and plates. Highlight of the program will be the selection of the Mason County Fair Queen and her court. Rally Day activities will conclude at 8 p.m. for the younger members. THE STATEMENT appearing in last week's column saying our fire department two-way radio t on a "Citizens Band" frequency was in error. The fire department is not on the "Citizens Band", and we regret any misunderstanding the mistake may coincidentalty have caused For the community calendar may we offer: The Fair Harbor Grange will hold its regular monthly meeting tonight, Thurs- day, March 7 at the Grapeview school. Tuesday, March 12 is election day for our school directors and to decide whether or not we ap- prove of the purchase of bonds for the const'action of a bridge to Harstine IsMnd. Do your part as a citizen and vote! Saturday night, March 16 is Or- thopedic Game Night at the Grapeview school house! This is a good opportunity to enjoy yourself while contributing to a worthy cause! Love must triumph over hate. --Mary Baker Eddy l Super Torque Ford Galaxk ,O0/XL Sports Hardtop... Pemieeed i Idaro Moeao,t Thl Souths=de 4-H Clubs Skits For Rally Day March 9 day evening. Chuck Sheppard of the Thunderbirds 4-H Club. Angus ies from rempes heifer was the mother to a new cook" book. At the baby calf last week. Chuck has group of members named tke new calf "Roseta. skit fez' Rally Day, The Thunderbirds will meet at Saturday. Mary Wetters this Friday eve- SPENDING A ning to practice on their skit for and Mrs. Roy Rally Day, March 9. their grandson. Bell Riders Saddle Club met Fri- of Port Angeles. day evening at Hoodspont with the Southside meeting being held in Tillie Boeck will meet this Thur tack room. The club wilt hold a Bob Herrick to work patty at the coffee grounds, fo Rally Day. March 10. Guests of Mr. and Dickie Holtm. son of Mr. and Brumburgh for the Mrs. John Holtorf has joined the Mr. and Mrs. Navy, Dickie left last Monday for and family of Port San Diego, Calif., whe.re he will be stationed. Four Leaves 4-H Club members met on Feb. 28 at Robin Bakke, See with the meeting called to order by Robin Bakke. Refreshments were served by Mrs. A. Bakke. The 4-H group played a game match- ing spoons with cards and plates. The Fern' Leaves decided to have a candy sale. so they could Fur- || chase a library table for the /V school The members elected Kathy Ness for the new secretary, since Barbara Wolf has moved, ad Junior leaders Kathy Mell and Sally Wolf helped the 4-H mem- bers practice their skit for Rally Day. The next meeting will be held at Kathy Ness. Visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Brumbaugh spending the weekend _g recently were Mr. and Mrs. Arehie at Freeman of Seattle. Southside Eagles 4-H Club mem- bers met at Mrs. Donald Wilson's Eskimo scouts of the Alaska National Guard. composed mostly of tmnters, trappers, and fisher- men. guard one of the World's most rugged and critical areas, 586,400 square miles including a 2,200 mile-long coast line of the far north. Music 205 RETURNIN Don't buy an appliance mltil THE POT- OF- GOLD m AT m Eells & Valley Appliance DETAILS NEXT WEEK! 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