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t)age 4 SI-IELTONMASON COUNTY JOURNAL Published in "Christmastown, U.S.A.", Shelton, Washington Thursday, Marclf, s Mrs. g,,so. 00?ks Game Night Planned At Dayton ant SGHOOL MENU Lumber Be Designated  our Harshne Te Monday -- Vegetable soup, WEEK OF MARCH 18-22 Agricultural Product Congresswoman Julia Butler Community Hall On March 23 Merchants At Community Hall Saturday Night By Donette Glaer lhe hall with Lois Meeks and Hilda 0m grilled cheese sandwich, fruit. iced graham cracker, milk. Tuesday Chili con carne. crispy cornbread, vegetable wedges, pudding, milk. Wednesday -- - Hot turkey sandwich, mixed vegetable sal- ad. jello, cookie, milk. Thursday - . Fried chicken. mashed potatoes with butter. carrots, hot buttered biscuits. fruit cup, milk. Friday ..... Cream of tomato soup tram-fiSh sndWieb;+veg- etable wedges. "ice cream sun- dae, milk. Supplement your child's diet with Plenamins from Prepp's Rexall 133 RR. Phone 426-4642 Hap, sen has introduced a bill which would designate lmnber and wood p. roducts an agricultural commod- ity According to Mrs. Hanson. if lum.ber and wood products are designated by taw" to be an agm- cultural commodity, the President. after findings by the Tariff Com- mission would be empowered to ,plaice into effect quotas on ira- ,ports-ff umber into the United States. Congresswoman Hansen ex- plained ti]at a recent ruling by the Department.. o.:Agr}ctilture hel Itit lumbd'l; and other forest pro- duets could be considered to he agricultural products but that the Attmney General had reqnested a review of the ruling. The bill suggested by Mrs. Han- sen would settle the legal prob- lem and-would make it possible for the President to place a quota on lumber imports after findinas of fact had been made by the U.S, Tariff Commission. NEW HOOVER GONSTELLATION Walks On Air * Powerful Suction * Double Stretch Hose * Attachments Included 10 Second Bag Change * Telescoping Wand -k Rug and Floor Nozzle NOW ONLY Check This "Miller Deal" =399s ./j(. Shelton A subsidiary of the P. N. Hirsch Co. By Mabel Rhhl DAYTON We wish speedy re- covery to Mrs. Ronald Moore from injuries suffered last week in an automobile accident. There will. be a game night held at Dayton Hall March 23 at 7:30 p.m. Ladies' Club met on Tuesday of last week with Mrs. T. A. Tibbits as hostess. Mrs. A. E. Lemke will be hostes at the next meeting March 19. The Walter Chappell family took a birthday cake to the home of  Mrs. Chappell's parent's Mr .and Mrs. C L. Anderson. Cloquallum cn March 5 to celebrate his birth- clay. The Warren Carr family of Shelton joined them. Luncheon guests of Mrs. Carrie Barker Friday was Mrs. Edward Bunnell of Agate. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Lemke ac- companied by daughter, Mrs. Ken- neth Wolden. Shelton motored to Seattle Monday and attended the Home Show. Mr. and Mrs. Jess Andrews, Shel- ton were Saturday evening callers in the home of Mr. nd Mrs. John Young. MRS, GARY COLE and children Cheha]is spent Saturday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Warren WiN Hams. Sunday callers in the Alvin Chap- man home were Mr. and Mrs. Wes Sloan. Shelton. The Lester Adams family of Ta- coma spent Sunday with the Dell Adams. Sharorf NIoffatt. Shelton was a Friday overnight and Saturday guest of Doris Hickson. On Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. James Hickson and girls were birthday ATTEND FUNERAL OF OLD FRIEND Mrs. Alan Kimball and Miss Edna Stackhouse attended the fu- neral of an old-time friend, Robert R. Ranny, in Olympia last week. The three had been friends since they all lived at Mud Bay many years ago. CUB SCOUTS TO HAVE BAKE SALE Cub Scout Pack 12 will sponsor a Bake Sale this Friday starting at 11 a.m. at the Safeway store. DANCE Sat., March 16 Matlock Grange Music By RAMBLIN FOUR guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Rietdorf the occasion be- ing in observance of the birthdays of Mr. Rietdorf and Bud. The Ern- est Maynards of Shelton were al- so guests and all enjoyed cake and lee cream. Sheryl Byrd was honor guest at a birthday party given by Mr. and Mrs. Merlin Riekards in their home Smday in observance of Sheryl's 13 birthday. Guests enjoying cake and ice cream were Mr. and Mrs. Hans Lurid and children ann Sonya Ahlquist. Jerry Bloomfield and teammates returned home on Monday. after basketball tournament playing in Alaska. They enjoyed watching dog sled racing in spite of snow and blow. FRIDAY AFTERNOON callers in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Howard were Mrs. Andy Scott, Hoodsport. and daughter-in-law. Mrs. Roger Scott and children of Portland and Mrs. Leslie Quinn and children, Hoodsport. Visiting Sunday evening in the Allan Tibbits home were Mr. and Mrs. 'Willis Tibbits and girls. Barbara and Beverly Brown spent Saturday overnight with Linda and Debby Witccraft in Shelton. Steve Witcraft spent Sa- turday overnight with Joe and Charles Brown. Mr. and Mrs. Pete Bloomfield and Mrs. Jerry Bloomfield and daughter visited Sunday evening in the Howard Wilson home. Thursday callers in the home of Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Todd were Mr. and Mrs. Ted Berry. Mrs. Les Bishop, Kamilehe and Mrs. Pete Bloomfield visited on Thursday with Mrs. Lloyd Clark and while there, Mrs. Clark receiv- ed a long distance call from Penn- sylvania informing her of the birth of a grandson. William Lloyd, to parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Jones (Mary Clark). He joins a sister, Lee Ann. Lurrene Hulbert spent Monday overnight with grandparents, Mr. arid Mrs. Alvin Hulbert. FlllDAY, MR. AND MRS. Pete Bloomfield and girls and Mrs. Jerry Bloomfield and daughter called on Mrs. Brownfield and Mrs. Les Bishop, Kamilche. Mr. and Mrs. William L. Brown and daughter and M ahd Mrs. George Witcraft were Saturday evening callers in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joe C. Brown. Weekend guest of Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Howard was his mother. Mrs. Thelma Howard, Issaquah. Wednesday, Mrs. Les Bishop, Kamilche and Mrs. Claude Mc- Irvin. Shelton. were hmcheon guests of Mrs. Pete Bloomfield. Saturday callers in the L. A. Todd home were Mr. and Mrs. El- don Todd and son. Shelton, Sunday luncheon guests in the Pete Bloontfield home were Mrs. Les Bishop and Donna Clark. March Of Values Second Week of This Price Slashing Event PAY AS YOU U.-. S/.. . LET GENERAL ELECTRIC MOBILE MAID ,o. ,ca, '138 dishwashing automatically i -' "+ '12 ss 3-Heat -- 2-Cynic '148 12-1b. cpacity G.E, DRYER w/t i General Electric ,14ss 6-Transistor Portable RADIO Carrying case, earphone, batteries G. E, STEREO-- 4 4 Speakers Diamond Needle i Ceramic Cartridge Beautiful hardwood cabinet G.E. WASHER .- S129, : 12-1b. CapacitY3 water temps Sl88OO il Miller's- Olympia I al, . . W [ I Ap.p.lianee on I 41'P'eH. __, 7! Sy I /J,I,H,.hx ELTON i Miller's -- Shelton I,=,df /./F,. Miller's Ol m ia ," dr v--- -- -- --- v I,.- - Y P I I r f h P "rsc ! .I A Subs'd'a y o t e You Bet You Can't Beat a "MILLER DEAL" CELLS & VAI,LEY RETI'RNS POT-OF-GOLD OFFEI{ A highly popular feature of previous trial has been revived by Cells & Valley Appliance Center this week with the "pot-of-gold" offer on the sales of all major ap- pliances carried by the Shelton firm -.Hotpoint. RCA-Victor and Maytag. Customers are allowed to apply on the purchase of any major ap- pliance, either as down payment or on the principal, all the money they can hold in one hand phmged into a bowl full of coins. The offer starts today for an in- definite period, says owner George Valley. WILLOUR REPEATS HIS 'MAN-OF-YEAR' FETE Clinton Willour. Shelton vicinity representative of Northwestern National Life Insurance Company has been chosen "Man-of-the- Year" for his company in the Pu- get Sound area for the secona straight year. He, along with his wife Dortha. and the Puget Sound branch manager, were honored at the Windjammer Restaurant in Seattle this past week. Dr. C. AI- bertson of Seattle was the main speaker. Willour has won many other awards of the company for his performance in 1962. Included in these honors are: Member of the Company's Half Million Dollar Club. over five years on the App- A-Week Club. member of the Company's Volume. Premium. Net Gain. and Persistency Clubs. In addition he was one of the Com- pany's leaders in a contest held last October so he'll be going on a fishing trip to Canada this July as a reward. Clint has over 2/ million ot life business in force throughout the Shelton area which means that he has built up a tremendous fu- ture capital worth for his com- munity. 4-H NEWS IVY CLIMBERS The Ivy Climbers 4-H Club had a meeting March 5. Demonstra- tions were chosen for the demon- stration contest. Rally day plans were made and the skit practiced. Denise Guyer, reporter C H Sh" ly . lve Funeral 'Today The funeral for C. I. (Dick) Shively, 70. will be held at 2 pm. today at the Batstone Fu- neral Home. Interment will be in Shelton Memorial Park. Mr. Shively passed away Mon- day, March 11. 1963 in Seattle. He was born Aug. 19. 1892 in San Luis Obispo, Calif. He had been a resident of Mason count. the past 10 years. Mr. Shivley was a commercial fisherman. Survivors include his wife. Mrs. Edna Shively, Shelton and 1 brother, R. G. Shively, San Diego, Calif. Local Families Well Covered By Insurance NEW YORK (Special) .... As of 1962, Mason County residents were found to be carrying more life insurance than they ever did. According to the latest figures, the average amount of coverage, per local family, was $8.080. The new high is the result of a steady build-up in recent years in this form of protection. Such a development has been noted in the areas of the country where incomes have been on the rise. Increasing their life insurance protection is one of several steps that people have been taking to add to their financial security. Another has been to put money aside into savings. THE TREND has been in these directions, despite the fact that most people are covered by Social Security, With its provisions for old-age pensions and disability in- surance. Figures on the subject are re- ported on a national and state ba- sis in the current Life Insurance Fact Book. It shows the American people to be insured to the tune of $685 billion, of which $8,759.000,000 represents coverage in the State of Washington. In terms of the average fam- ily, what does this amount to- Re- lated to income levels through- out the state, as detailed in the latest Sales Management report, it is equivalent to 17.5 months' net earnings, after taxes, per house- hold. APPLYING this yardstick to Mason County, where net income per household averages $465 per monm., the amount of life insur- ance owned per local family is ap- proximately $8,080. The grand total for the entire community, comes to $43.607.000. The sharp rise in the past year has been attributed, in part, to the setback that occurred in the stock market. Many investors, who had been building up funds there for particular purposes, such as a child's college education, were made more aware of the hazards that were involved. They began putting more mo- ney into insurance and into sav- ings accounts. Another part of the increase, it is noted, was due to the rapid growth of group life insurance, which is USUally job-connected in- surance. HARSTINE. As this cohmm is written )n Ionday, news on the election of Scho(d P, oard Directors. Fire District and Bridge Bond is- sue are still in lhc future. When y,nl read this they will be a thing of the past. so our advice is look elsewhere in this week's Journal for the results. Ttll,] TEEN-AGEIlN of Har- stine are very busy completing arrangements for their card party and games for Saturday night's "big doins". Everyone is invited Io atlend. Refreshments will be served. Remmeber Sat. Night, March 16, at the Hall 8 p.m. lion ,Johnson was home this weekend visiting his folks, the Gtlnnar Johnsons. Ronnie is now employed as manager ol Pantlev's Motel in Bellevue. It is a 50 unit moll with two convention halls. motel with two convention halls. Congratulation  Ron from all your Island friends. PEGGY AND ALVIN Anderson and son Mark have returned from a six week trip to Hawaii. This was their first jet flight and they really enjoyed it. While there they rented an apartment, spent much time sunbathing and enjoying the sights. They took a jet back to Los Angeles and then to San Pedro to visit AIvin's sister and brother-in- law. the Johnny Jolmsons for two weeks, Then on home. Mrs. Jessie Simmons Rutherford spen'c the weekend with her son and daughter-in-law, the Gordon Simmons. Mrs. Rutherford lives in Montesano and is well known to Islanders as she made her home here for many years. Harstine Island Social Club met Friday night at the Hall for a pot- luck dinner. It was followed by the turning over of the Gavel by George Waite. Jz'. t o the new president Sid Baunsgard. Other of- fleers turned over their books to the incoming officers. Gordon and Bert Simmons were accepted as new members. Women's Club met Thursday at Donated To Ghurch A folding wheel chair has been presented to Brinnon Community church for use by members when and as needed. Since this churcl] on of the Village Missions fam- Democratic Giub Plans Box Social Members of the Mason County Democratic Club will celebrate the first day of spring next Thursday with an old fashioned box social. Auction of the box lunches will follow the club's regular business meeting at 8 p.m. March 21 in the .P.UD Auditorium. The club's fern- mine members will prepare the box lunches which will be sold to high bidders. Minor Forest Products Group Elects Officers Glenn Correa was re-elected president of the Western Wash- ington Minor Forest Products As- sociation in the PUD 3 auditor- ium here recently. Also elected at the group's an- nual meeting were Buck Arm- strong, vice president and L. G. Bond. secretary-treasurer. Slides of the movement of Christmas trees from the tree farm to the distribution center in California were shown. HAM DINNER Holy Names Society will spon- sor its 9th annual Ham Dinner this Sunday from 12 noon until 5 p.m. in the basement of the St. Edward's Catholic church. Williams as hostesses ably assisted by Mrs Florence Jerrells. There will be no regular meeting in April but a field trip is planned. Tell you more about it later on. MIIS. BETTY LANE arrived on Harstine Saturday morning by ambulance. Mrs. Lane was injured in a fall and is spending her re- cupmative period with one of her daugbter. Mrs. Arlo ,Catherine Wine-err Get well soon Mz>s. Lane. The residents of the Hole-in-tlm- \\;all were busy as bees this week- end. some checking their homes, st>me v:orking on yards, some ma!dng plans as to "How we want our cabin when we build." Dr. George Spendlove and Mr. Lind- berg were among those. At the Island Shore Estates, lhe Ottles and Brayers were work- ink around their places. The Dick Storms came aut to check their summer home at the north end and were shocked to find their cabin broken into. their radio, fishing rod and six sleeping bags were missing. Whoever en- tered through a block through the window and gained entry that way. The Maynard Johnsons of Forest Beach were guests of the A1 Prid- hams this weekend. Weekend guests of the Larry Jerrells were the Hy Burtehes of Aberdeen. ALSO VISITING their property this weekend were Jill and Lucetta LeLand of Aberdeen. They bought part of the Simmons place. Harstine Grange will meet Fri- Light showers Temperatures below | 44-54; Low 28-38. " i You'll Be Corf & with 1 Shell Moder t GOTT OIL day night at 6:45. The program R0  will be tinder the direction of the BAYSHORE I Home Ec chairman, Mrs. Beulah Hitehcock. 1 D 0 G T 0 R S i. REGOMMEND i ASPIRIN but you won't need it to cure your transportation head- aches if you come into Jim Pauley's and let us help you with an A- Used Car '62 Fairlane 500 2-door, 6-cyl. 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