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March 14, 1963

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March 14, 1963 ason Teachers Plan Trip To f co During Spring Vacation Freelin completely differ- ?ring vacation, ob- and customs in tn Store for a group of teachers &amp;nd lnenP with special The trip, some the planning, was Mason Super- Johnsen. to of- a chance to ex- tral and educational of the same in- country. many of whom Spanish lessons are looking for'- 22, when they will Airport at 5:30 a. City where at the Lu- have been made Office of Educa- Embassy At- Bush. for observa- schools in Mexico rill also be tours of :factions of the city the University of HIGHLIGHT of the of the Eng- where child- American colony of their education. :ent of those attend- from Central g advan- bOrtunity to use the which is not system. COunds like a fabu- and Belfair is surge of Mex- when the 31. emphasis in the On youth, with dis- t of the local store .by the Girl Scouts Onal Scout Week. at the Belfair of the Chuck 4-H Group. put up their and Saturday of their lea- troops making the days set Homem ak- day and Citizen- Safety, Interns- and Arts and ;unday, attending choice, girls of the Creek Com- ;chool the Full the Community urved bar Scouts Standard First with their of the Motor of these am- are also plan-' training Scout salute to and their hard- Club Scene Of Fete Neff Vance and Mrs. Hoodsport cele- Wedding anni- open house House at 5 P.m. and tables were ated With daffo- About 200 club house congratula- years of Gilberts embers of sev- Canal. Re- served to the Club held meet- Friday eve- th party in a tables of high score and to Mat- Schmidt, Schmidt and won begin to foot as tint at the t and JStesses for the CLUB Commn- Six- roll call. inted for the HI Will be held Chll: HOod Canal hostess. Club will meeting meeting ,er at 11 a.n{. , Vera Short- be Served at :Mrs. Flof Will be the ternoon. hold their Hi gh March l-S. Called to or- the meeting will be used oil March movie )rt school admis- tad students cream will SSiOll. SCEVA after :amily in Merryman Vane:s, is a eous- working leaders. CREDIT FOIl FINE work also qoes In the Chuck Wagon Raiders. ruder the leadership of Mrs. David Raines. In addition to thei,: win- -low display, which features each ,nember's drawing of his or her norse, there are exhibits of other -H projects undertaken by group members, ribbons won. and a large "visible horse" used in study of lhe animals, Susan Collier. Katha- Den Riedle. Sbaron Davis. Patty Raines, and Connie Sidwaski were the members responsible for the display. The group will sponsor fihns on Worms Botts. Lameness and ttle Birth of a Foal March 15 at 8 p.m. at. the Beat' Creck Community Clubhouse. Dr. William Sherrod of Tacoma is coming to show" the films, and all horse owners and those interested are invited to at- tend. Children under 16 should be accompanied by their parents. Cathy Riedle was the group's candidate for Papoose Roundup Princess. Eastern Star Social Club is plan- ning its next meeting for March 27 at the home of Mrs. Matthew Bischoff. Hostess will be Mrs. . H. Travis and Mrs. Jack Schlange. The Elementary P.T.A. present- ed its Life Membership award to Mrs. Thomas Davis for her many years of active service to the or- ganization. Mrs. Merl Lamb an- nounced tl, winner with a clever poem at last Thursdays meeting. Mrs. John Matson, Mrs. Hn,nnah Matson. and Mrs. Charles Kovak were in Oak Harbor last Friday and Saturday to visit Mr. and Mrs. Jim Burls and son. Craig. The Burts. she is the former Bon- nie Matson. have just moveq to Oak Harbor from Coupe,,,, where they have lived since Jim's return from overseas duty early in the year. Best wishes for speedy reco- veries go to N. C. Butterfield, now at home: and Mrs. Ehner Beard who it is hoped will be back from a stay at Virginia Mason by the time this paper goes to press. And don't forget to buy Girl Scout Cookies and attend tire Min- stral Show next Saturday even- rag. Regional Library 6ors Humerous Gifts During 1962 Gifts. gifts . .and more gifts. That was the story for 1962 at the South Puget Sound Regional Lib- rary in Olympia. They were re- ceived from all sorts of unexpect- ed sources aud will enable the library o further extend its ser- vices to headquarters, bookmobile and branch patrons. One of the more interesting do- nations is a set of Great Books of the Western World. valued at $350, and published by tile Ency- clopedia Britannica. This is the first tinle that this well-known collection of 54 volumes has ever been awilable to Rcgional Library patrons. It was a bequest from the estate of an Olympia woman. the !ate Mrs. John A. Kalbach; The collection includes Volume 1, which sets forth the concept be- hind publication of the set. that the great ideas of Western civi- lization should be available to everyone. OLUIES 2 AND 3 are the Syntopicon which enables the rea- der to follow a specific idea through the centuries. Other vo- lumes include Aristotle, Plato, Gibbon. Kant, Darwin, and Freud, among others. Individual volumes in the set may be checked out for a period of fern" weeks. Also in 1962. the Olympia Jun- ior Women's Club initiates a pro- gram whereby the club gives a new children's book to the library, every time a baby is born to one of its members. New babies of club members honored to date are: Hark Randall Mager. Janet Kay Larse. Melaina Susan Mazzei, Sandra Kay Gard- ner, Bradley James Fleutch. and Gary Dean Masten. Other local gifts included a copy of "Maihnan, U.  S. A.". written by the president of the National Association of Letter Carrriers- William C. Doherty, and given by lhe local branch 351. "Funeral Customs the World Over" by Habenstein and Lamers, given by Selene & Eros, a local mineral home. TttERE %VERE also many gif',s from individuals of books on nurs- nK, mariue engineering, current selections from book clubs, and etter paperbacks. Newspaper subscripfions donal.- ad included the Olympia News and The Christian Science Monitt)r. rhe !eeal chapter of the Daughters ff the American l-l, evolution gave Jm library a subscription to the DA.R Magazme. Bound volume, of Handweavers cr md Craftman Ma,,,azine. 1.951-1957 ,-ere donated by Mrs. Mat'jorie B Gil!iland, Mason County bookmo- DII " patrgn. Also during 1962, Olyjnpia Ju- qor Programs. Inc. provided book- 'arks f,r tire Children's Romn, ,vhieh listed books tied in with t- "11 , ' , u, .ion s plays, Library patrons are already hcekhlg Otlt new records made tvaHable under a policy instituted }aLe in the year by Columbia lge- cords. More tha.n $600 worth of 2OV" records \\;vere received. This ',ins (>abled the library to provide record service at both the geim and Bueoda brancies. Locally, an exceptionally fine recording of Handels Messiall was iven to the library just before Christmas by the Capitol City Mu- sic Cltlb in honor of the late Eve- lyn Nelson Gooding. The stereo album is done by the Mormon Tabernacle Choir and the Philadel- phia Orchestra under the directim of Et,gene Ormandy. Alfred Kraig, head librarian, has :stressed that the Regional Li- bl tl alw  S ' " "i "y vy, apprecmtes gifts from patrons and friends of the i library. I SHELTON--MASON COUNTY JOURNAL Published in ":Christmastown, U.S;A.", ,Shelton,, Washington . - =  I I / / ' I tmmmm mmmmmummmmmmu | Woman's Club i What's Doing " i Among Our i SERVICEMEN ,' i , , Page3 Speaker Slated The next meeg;ng of the Hood Canal Woman's Club will be held next Thursday at 11 a.m. at the year were running behind the Potlatch clubhouse, A luncheon will follow served by the Lilliwaup Saw Mill Lumber pereen< of the 1958-62 average. Orders averaged 155,128,000 b. f.; Orders Deorease shipments 143,374,000 b. f.; weekly averages for Jamlary were pro- PORTLAND, (Special)  Or- duction 142,865,000 b.f.. 89,8 per ders at Douglas fir region sawmills cent of the 1958-62 average; of for the first two m0nths 0f,; the :tiers 146.833.000 b.f,; shipments same period of 1962 by some 30  t33.113.000 b.f. million feet, accordingto West Two months of the 1963 eunm- Coast Lumbermen's Association. lative production 1.301.220.000 b. IN DOG POUND -- Tammy Hulbert. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Hulbert. is interested in the dog.s her father brings to the dog pound he has built since starting work as Humane Officer for the city of Shelton January 1. These two dogs were there last week. Hulbert says he has had seven or eight dogs since Jan. 1 and has found homes for most of them. Long.Time Oo00m00y Residen| Jee Liegei In Arizona A ]ong-lirle i\\;7asc)n Colinty ]'e: L dent and the, county's fh'-4t certi- fied "tree farmer" left this winler to n?ako' his home in Arizona. Joe Liegel, alomg wiih his brother Jack. su-m'ted in 1913 .h: carve a faFnl ()lil of logged-off timber land 10 miles southwest of Shelton. Through the years, li]c brothers round that; they could not keep ahead of the tree; and began tAlt'U- ing them into a ('asia (:cop. In 3vlarch. 1963. they weie a'Avarded the firkxl Ire.  fa]un cer-- [ifical,e in Mason Counly, Joe LmZoI w;,s born ill N(>',\\;" Yorlt S[2a, t( Hn(] calllc io ()!ig(D in 1911 and i,)"7ashillpTlOll 111 1{)5:; alter tile pireha:;c of lhe firs, l.lnd or Iho farm Ire )l)d lu:4 blolhci d',> veioped. Meets Next "'::< The 5zbeiton Clmpiev ()f the An,- ricau P.hododcnd.oit 5i(:t-h: v \\;vii{ meet at  l).ltl, next 'Pp, esd,ty al the PUD building. An i:at, eve.i in.',.: lU ogran, tm vtlo- (lo(tcndr,m hybrids \\;viii be ;:,],-eli by Mrs;. Bell Bri:;gs. V] ', 1o1 ;kre \\;vcl- conic. P:{E-g( L ,O(}L F i,'A ere-school eTA wili 17)ce't }/. > p.nT. uext M,)nday al tilt, }lye- school. 1226 Bayviow. Guest ,,< ..,- or will he Mrs,. .lan,. Wind:-;t)v *," {D.e COllnl]" ex'l("l:<{()13 Oi'{!t't). tilt 00afloi00s To Sporl 00;orest Festival PuNi61I This Year Thousands of brcakfast tables will support the publicity of the 1.963 Forest Fcsl, ival for 30 days. Pbe Manon-Kitsap Dairymens As- :-;oci;t{:i(]l l:as made plans to do- note one side of their half-gallon Darigold milk cartons to puMicize the Festival Bud Knutzen. Dairy manager said. *'This publicity will begin about :10 days before the Festival is to be held. May 23-25." The dairy distributes its prod- ncs throughout Mt',son and Kit- sap counties. Thor,,, )'(, anm'oximatety 10.000 half-gallon cartons of milk sold per day. 1,'OllSl l,;l RESIDENT RE'I'ITIINS Fell VISIT Mrs. ,%vbil Taylor, former Shel- m rc':,idctl{, i visiting for a IID{II \\;vith old friends in and a,otil?d town 5;he will be spending s'm;a:, , ]}el' time with heF son. .'!Ir;I.y Tgivloi' ,(f Central Park. aso  former Sheltonian. 5i'.'-, Taylor reports her daugh- let. lleien Smith. who also lives :,' L,:l)c(',',i(le has been quite ill re- cen!,!y. t'EIA) TRiP leO]{ t()(";C 1OUNDS ,"i()l)N Etc!to, r-ek]v)nnds will lneet tT l.{) a.n. March 24 at the Me- :noria] Papk in Eucoda for a field trim The destination of the trip will he de!ermined at that time. COMBINATIO DOOR Chang.s from Storm Door to Screeu Door... IN SECONDS" AS LOW AS FULL I" THICK SAVE SPACE--All inserts stm/on door dl tear e SAVE WORK--Slidi,g Pn.e!s lib ot for eosy wosMng END RATTLES--Panels cushioned i. wool pile weather- .ripping VENTILATE TOP OR BOTTOM SOLID, HEAVY AL[IMIRUM for yeors o[ tuMe-free P .ill.lillilllllllll liillilllllil Dexter D. Day, seaman, USN0 son of Mr. and Mrs. Rhodes E. Day, Union is serving aboard the anti-submarine warfare aircraft carriers USS Bennington, present- ly engaged in sea trial operations near Puget Sound. The Bennington recently underwent extensive over- haul a the Puget Sound Naval Shipyard, Bremerton. Wash.. and is slated to rejoin the Pacific Fleet in March. Airman 2/c David Knutzen ar- rived in Shelton Tuesday on a 30- day leave from the Air Force after spending the past 20 months in Japan. He will return to Japan after his leave to complete the last IA years of his enlistment. A 1959 graduate of Irene S. Reed high school, he iS the son of Mr. and Mrs. Bud Knutzen of 1.923 Summit Drive, Coast Guard Lt, J.G. Robert A. Ferguson, son of Mr, and Mrs. Glendon A. Ferguson, Shelton. has reported for duty as a student na- val aviator at the Naval Auxil- iary Air Station. Whiting Field, Milton, Fla. Student are trained in preci- sion flying, the use of radio eqmp- ment and air-to-air gunnery. Upon completion of the training members. The lower order file. reported Mrs. Harriet Gunkel of Lilli- G. C. Edgett, executive vice pre- waup will be in charge of the sident of WCLA. reflects the Se- program. She wilt present Mrs. Florence Ross. Captain of the Ju- venile Bureau of King county who will talk on "Youth and Citizen- ship." lenlbers are urged to remem- ber their five dollar Club Main- tenance donation which they are supposed to have earned the past month under the "Invest a DoN lar--Earn Six" project. student aviators are assigned to Training Squadron Five at Sau- fley Field. Pensacola, another step in winning "wings of gold" as R naval aviator. GETS HONORS Cadet, Third Class. Laurence H. Seiners, son of Mr. and Mrs. Howard E. Seiners. Grapeview, won academic honors after com- pleting the final term examination held in January at the Coast Guard Academy in New London, Conn. Cadet Somers is a gradu- ate of Irene S. Reed High School in Shelton. He was appointed a cadet in the United States Coast Guard in July of 1961, after suc- cessfully completing the entrance examinations held in February o that. year. f,; two months of 19+62, 1 267,676,- 000 b. f.: two months of 1961. 1.195.306.000 b. f. rious competition from British Co- Orders for two months of 1963 mmbia ranis. Canadians have step- break down as follows: Rail and ped up their shipments to the east truck 959,506,000 b. f.; domestic coast, he stated. Production for the I cargo 219,880,000 b.f.; export 80,- first two mn',t", "*'tly I 388,000 b, f.; local 36.170.000 b. f. over the same period last 5a. The industry's unfilled order file The weekly averaga  -stood at 617,265,000 b. f. at the Coast lumber productton in Fern,, I end of Februaru, lumber inventorT ary was 161.010,000 b.f. or 101.2 I at 994.289;000 b. f. 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