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Page 15 ENSE CLASS -- Mrs, John'Denison, t, explains a point in her Civil Self Help class to four Shelton is teaching a class in Shel- :Week and is starting a second class at Hood Canal Junior High tonight. The clas- ses are similar to Red Cross first aid classes but go somewhat further They are sponsored by the County Civil Defense office USED TV, .... nt.. Gusrat TAYEEm RO ELEOT Are Parents Of Born Last Week Kidd election will Hall on Tues- Also vote on the Island Bridge Chapman, born to the Mr. and Mrs. and brother. Brian. )ed the scales and a quart- was nineteen and long. Proud are Mr and Mrs: of Isabella Lake anu Harry Kidd. Great- are Mrs. Esther a, and Mrs. Fred Calif. Pinochle Club evening with Mr. Bennett hosting. to Donna Ander- low to Beau- George Chapin, to Belle Duno- aret Lemke. Mrs. imstess at the on March 11 at the Chappell spent Hickson A1 Chappell and Harry Mattbews, Portland to visit Mrs. Bertha s gradually ira- suffered in aCCident. John Anderson on Sunday from family of Everett. Ted Reynolds of ;' Weekend guests in Parents, Mr. and They had to back east to s their car was When they evi- spot on the road are thank- no more than and hope for the east by tiley of Seat- in the home r. and Mrs. J. W. guests of Mr. and were the Arthur s, Seat- enneth Woldens, Lemke ram- at their ammer home. Moore and overnight Mr. and Mrs. Spanaway. motored mess and while community and Mrs. Manley R. S. Huey and News Shero had a Preceding their The the mem- State Grange and Mrs. at the meet- which was Y Howard faro- and the Would like to the as such. had the House O last a very inter- introduced and Paul will be Bradley's t 8 p.m. GRANGE night the one planned at 8 p.m. The these card ing to be SOUTH- ssed money last meet- any delia- VALLEY give $50 to Seholarship Lte also to the at their Their benefit for Kimbel's and the come children visited on Sunday in Lilli- wanp with Mr. and Mrs. George Chapin. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Kidd and sons visited on Friday in Tenino with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Dyson. Mr. and Mrs. John Anderson and children were Sunday dinner guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Chapin of Lilliwaup. C. L. Anderson. Colquallum, was a Saturday afternoon caller in the Walter Chappell home. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Dillon and so. Arcadia. visited Sunday after- noon in the Alvia Chapman home. Mrs. Darl Goldy and Mrs. Harry Kidd visited Sunday afternoon with Mrs. Mary Chappell at Bott's Nursing Home. Mrs. Gertrude Scott had as Saturday dinner guests Mr. and Mrs. Ehner McCoy and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Homan. Shelton. Mrs. Robert Leman visited on Wednesday with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Evers of Matlock. Mrs. Gertrude Scott attended a copper party Monday night in the Shelton home of Mrs. Leon Scott. Mrs. Cecil MeLain of Kent was demonstrator. Mrs. Scott's daugh- ter of Kent. Mrs. George Purves. was one of the guests. Jerry Bloomfield will leave on Thursday with the St. Martins College basketball team to jet to lggka for tournament play. They iik'ret]rn off S1 nday and Jerry is really looking forward to it as this will be his first flight. SUAN BLOOMFIELD spent the weekend with her grand- mother, Mrs. Les Bishop, Kamil- the, Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Howard and children called on Mr. and Mrs. Jim Durand Sunday evening. Sunday dinner guests in the L. A. Todd home were Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Todd, Mrs. Marvin Hewer and Tony, Manchester. Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Todd. Shelton. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Todd and three sons. Port Orchard. We are happy t cheat thtat Mr. A. L. Todd is home from the hospital and re- covering nicely from a bout with the flu. Saturday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Merlin Riekards were Mr. and Mrs. Russell Edwards and family, Che- halls, and Mrs. Calvin Byrd, Jim Byrd. Jimmy and Sharon and Charles Franks. Skokomish. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Tibbitts and daughter. Olympia, were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and lVrs. Lee Tibbits. In the evening, Mrs. J. C. Tibbits and children and Mrs. Glen Rickards of Chehalis visited. Mr. and Mrs. Bud Johnston and daughter. Aberdeen. visited Sun- day in the home of her sister, Mrs. Alvin Hnlbert. Kamilche Family Attends Wedding In Olympia KAMILCHE.---Rev. and Mrs. Earl Bradley attended the wedding of Rcv. Bradley's brother Denney Bradley to Jeannie Lobe in Olym- pia last Friday evening. The wed- ding was solemnized in the As- sembly of God church. Rev. Brad- ley was the best man and son, David was the ring bearer, while Mrs. Bradley poured coffee. The wedding reception which followed was held at the home of the groom's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Paris at Lacey. Mrs. Betty Marshall and son Mike drove to Auburn, Sunday, where they visited with Mrs. Marshall's mother, :Mrs, Marie Jones. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Moulton. Olympia, were Sunday dinner and evening" guests at the Ed Petty home. Monday afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Ed Petty visited with his sister, Mrs. Della Boyer in Olympia. LAST SUNDAY evening Rev. \\;V. B. Lambert was a guest speak- er at the local church. Mr. and Mrs. James \\;Valdrip and Mr. and Mrs. Gene Taylor motoredto Hood Canal on Sunday afternoon, where they had dinner at Millo's before returning home. The funeral service of John Adams. Olympia. which was con- ducted Monday morning in Olym- pia, was attended by Mr. and Mrs. Her) Nelson and Mrs, Gladys Nelson of Kamilche and Mr. and Mrs. Humphrey Nelson of Sko- komish Valley. Mr. and Mrs. Herb Nelson and Mr. and Mrs. Gene Taylor enjoyed a se:z food buffet Friday evening at the Jade Room of the Olympian Hotel. There will be a 6:30 p.m. pot luck dinner on Friday evening of this week. after which a Grange meeting will be held. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Wood made a business trip to Auburn Wednes- day and had dinner with Mrs May Juliau. Miss Janice Mainwaring of Portland visited last weekend with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Wood. THE EARL WILES family visited one day last week at the Dan Wood home. Kamilche Valley school basket- ball team will play a Hoquiara grade school on Friday evening of this week. A business meeting of the Squaxin Tribe will be held next Sunday at 1 p.m., March 10th, at the :2tmilche church kitchen-din. hg roonL BUSINESS i:V Service Radio - TV Phonographs CB 2-way radio LEROY'S TV SERVICE Mt, View Ph. 426-3172 Tire Service New - Goodrich Recapping Used OK RUBBER WELDERS Mt View Ph 426-4832 Electrical Fairbanks-Morse Pumps Electric Heating . Westinghouse Appliances 419 Railroad Ph. 426-6283 SHELTON ELECTRIC CO. Drugs Helena Rubinstein cos- metics Prescriptions Hypo-Allergic cosmetics NELL'S PHARMACY Govey Bldg. Ph. 426-3327 Landscaping ' ' Lawns, rockeries, trees shrubs Top soil, tilling, leveling Free estimates SUNSET LANDSCAPING Herbert Baze 426.4718 DIRECTORY Floor Coverings Linoleum Tile Carpeting Formica REX FLOOR COVERING Mt. View Ph, 426-2292 Radiator Repair Boiling out Soldering New cores BOON'S PLUMBING HEATING, SHEET METAL 623 S. 1st. Ph. 426-3483 Florist Plants for all occasions Flowers EVERGREEN FLORISTS 4th 8, Birch 8 to 8 426-8479 i Auto Glass Expert Installation JIM PAULY, INC. 5th & Railroad Ph. 426-8231 Draperies "' free estimates work guaranteed J. C. PENNEY CO. 30 RR Ave. Ph. 426-8283 Pioneer Southside Schools Have be repeated in several years. COMPANY DUllING" the past week at the .lack Shero's was ontests at Event Last Week Betty Ann's fathcr, Alex Johnson r, yu ybn'aJa" of Castle Rock, who brought the Shero's and friends and neighbors smelt from the Cowlitz Rive]'. This By B(lty Ann S]lPro lhe Arcadia Road are the Don year's smelt run is one of the PIO:NEER. - Pioneer School Bowman family. Mr. and Mrs. Joe played host to Southside School Ellison will move into the Bow- Friday afternoon for a playday man place. MR. AN1) MRS. Corky Dickin- son and family visited in"the home of her sister, the Jack Pearce's of /Port Angeles over the weekend. which featured relays and soak- urn. ach s('hool had two teams consisting of ]2 sixth and seventh grade boys and girls. Pioneer took both first and second places in the rel,2,y races and the teams were )cd by Carl Dodge and Ken \\;Vood- ell. Soufhside's girls soakmn team defeated the home town girls but the Pioneer boys heat the South- side boy. Everyone present had a good time and displayed good sportsmanship. The boys and girls are looking" forward to an- other match. Charles Younglove celebrated his 18th birthday Sunday. A fam- ily dinner was held in his honor and a sp0cial guest was sister Mary Lou, who came home from college for the event. A birthday dinner was held also for Mrs. Doris Auseth Saturday evening in the home of her broth- er. the Buzz Hovind's of Arcadia Road. Recent visitors in the Don Bins home were Mr. and Mrs. George Lewis from Texas, former resi- dents.of the Shelton area. While here they renewed old friendships. The Gene Lamberts have sold their home on the Agate road to a family from Oregon and have moved to the Arcadia Road. Also selling' their home and moving to Spending the weekend with lheir grandparenls, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Auselh, were Ann and \\;Vendy Phillips of Shclton. The Pioneer School Board will meet Tuesday evening in 1.he school beginning at 8 p.m. This is a public meeting and all inter- ested parties are welcomed to at- tend. The Agate Sewing Club met in the home of-Mrs. James Howarth last Wednesday. Seven ladies we.re present to enjoy the dilicious des- sert and to sew. Phil Durand still has some of lhose euate boxer-collies puppies. Mrs. James Howarth is the proud owner of a new ear. Jay Howarth and family were up frmn Longview over the weekend. Remember Tuesday, March 12, is the day which will decide if the Harstine Island Bridge Bond Issue passes or not. Be sure to read the informative pamphlet which is being cireulated throughont the county on this forth-coming is- sue. A lot of the county voters do not realize the whole county would have to defray the costs of a new ferry without the choice by vote A cost which no .donbt bqst of recenl; years. Others visit- ing were the Pete Miller's of Mat- lock, Mr. and Mrs. Francis Wright, the Paul Bourgault's, the Charley Neth's, all of Shelhm. The Agate Grange \\;\,ill be lmv- ing a dance the last Saturday of this month so keep that date open and plan lo attend. Saturday visitors in the Floyd Rice home were her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. DeLorme and her sister. Mrs. June Acteson and chil- dren. all of Auburn. The Pioneer Fire District will hold a potluck supper and game night Saturday night. March 16 in the Agate Grange. The polluck supper will begin at 6:30 .p.m. and donations of 50 cents for the adults and 25 cents for the c hil- dren will be accepted. Gmnes will be played from 8-1.0 p.m The proceeds of this affair will go to- wards the purchasing of a fire truck If you are unable to at- tend, but would like to help out, food donations would certainly be appreciated. he forests a reak--use yott ash trayl Step the ladder00,... ! Lawion Lumber Go. Joe V. Simpson LOW COST HOME LOANS NEW CONSTRUCTION .-- REMODELING PURCHASE 6 % On Reducing Balances -- No Commission Charges Mason Oounly Savings & Loan Assodalion TITLE INSURANCE BUILDING SHELTON shop.. Prices Effective MARCH 7-8-9 Right to limit STEWING HENS .............. o BEEF RIB STEAK o00oco 79 Verifine ................ LB. 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