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15 ................ fOhr,sfmaSfow, U:S:A:.", SheltDn, W:ashlnton Thursday, M DO NOT I ASS NEW HOMELITE CONVERTIBLE DRIVE CHAIN SAW WAY OUT FRONT IN VALUE * Converts from direct to gear drive in 9 minutes or less = Cuts in any position, even up- side down = Ideal for all-round use--cord* wood. clearing, pruning, etc. ONLY $149 ms for direct drive with 14" bar and chain HA VE A FREE DEMONSTRATION TODA Y I Saeger Motor Shop ON HILLCREST We Service What We Setl HOOD CANAL SCHOOL NEWS Students Get Honors For Work Ill Band; Basketball Season Concludes; Baseball Starts lmd Honors This week's band honors of special chairs in the band for out- standing performance goes to Su- sie McDowell and Bob Plant. trom- bone; Sandy Bollinger.- baritone; Vic Anderson. trumpet: Becky Hall, clarinet; Vickie Pierce. and Susan Mm'ris flute: Wendy Be- lender. .ax. and Chuct Viger, drums. l)orts The Hood Canal 9th grade Tro- jans played their last basketball game Friday at the Hoodsport gym They played tile faculty. The score was tied at I8 to 18. The Hood Canal 7th grade Tro- jans also played the 6th grade on the same evening at the Hoods- port gym. The score was the 7th grade 35 andt he 6th grade 25, Mr. Bryant tins started track season and is progressing very quickly. Mr, Jackson will start baseball "in about a week. Sales The 9th grade class had a fudge and popcorn sale March 7. The money they earned went into their treasury for their plans towards a spring dance and graduation. The 8th grade class had a book and magazine sate March 8. The money they received went to- wards a swimming party. The 7th grade are making plans for some kind of sale to make money. His Honor The Judge Mr. Endicott's drams class pre- sented three plays March 8..Acting IT'S WINDOW FiX-UP TIME! WE STOOK,,, 4 Window Shades Ib Kirsch Rods & Hooks (All types and sizes) CUSTOM SIZE 4 Draperies 4 Decorative Shades 4 Venetian Blinds Furniture Dept. - 2nd Floor NOW KNOWN AS Miller's of Shelton in the first play, which had no title, was Linda Dillon. Sylvia Staid, Becky Hall. Leslee La Bis- moneire. Kathy Bolender. and Jill Dickhlson. In the second play titled "His Honor the Judge," were Karen Smith, Donnie Bearden. David Rose Robert Johnson, Calvin Pet- erson. Marlene Johns. Chert Rich- ardson, Mary Lynn Avey, Bill Johnson. Mike MeDowell. George Morse. Carolyn Johns, and Linda Cultee. It was about a Judge and his problems in court. The third play was a comedy "Saturday Night at the Movies," the main two were "Chuck Viger and Karen Smith. The faculay of Hood Canal Jr. High wishes to thank everyone who helped with the three ball games they sponsored. A special thank you goes to the players who helped the faculty out, the refe- rees. and the 9th grade team. The teachers room in the Junior High School looks very becoming with its new furniture. Hew Members Join Baptist Ghurch Nine new members were wel* corned into the membership of the First Baptist Church last Snnday morning. They were honored guests at a reception held Sunday even- ing at the church. They are Mr. and Mrs. Dave Powell. Larry Pew- ell, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Carey, Mr. and Mrs. Ray MeBide, Bob Stine and Glenn Peterson. A new series of membership classes will begin next Sunday at 5:30 .p.m. and continue for five weeks. These classes are taught by the. pastor, Rev. E. C. Knautz andnclude subjects on hOW to be sure of personal Christianity, the meaning and significance of bap- tism. the meaning and personal value of communion and church organization and affiliations. Any one interested in attending these classes should contact key, Mr, Knautg. l:R SETS RENT Don't Miss the Fun and Entertainment of Television TAYLOR RADIO ELEOTIRIO 4th &Cota 426-6602 Lake Nahwatzel Couple Visit In Vancouver By Joann Tul)l)er LAKE NAHWATZEL - - Mr and Mrs. F. E. Hewson. travelled down to Vancouver and then over to Yakima Valley spending a week visiting friends and relatives in the Yakima area, Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Amel Tveit last Saturday were Mrs. Paul Webster and son. Terry, Bre- nlerton. Sunday ealler at. Mr. and Mrs. Arehie Kelley's home was Mrs. Nellie Chappell. Last Tuesday Mrs. AI Tupper accompanied by Mrs. Frank Coo- per attended the h'en'e S. Reed High School Senior Play. Wednesday Mrs. Frank Cooper and Mrs. J. B. McClanahan of Shelton drove up to Tacoma to do some shopping. Mrs, Mary Hansen along with Mrs. Ralph Springer of the Lake, Mrs. Jeanette Thomas, Shelton, Mrs. Jerry Brehmeyer and Mrs. at:tie De'ore, both of Matlock have joined the swimming classes in Shelton. They meet every Wed- -esday night at Nuotare Swim ming'Pool onthe Olympic High- way. MR. AND MRS. Sam Diggle and family were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Valley of Matlock. Friday night visitors at M. and Mrs, John Patten's home were Jim McCosky and Sharron White, both of Aberdeen. Saturday evening Mr. and Mrs. William McKimson of the State Fish Hatchery to Matlock visited the Pattens. Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Patten were dinner guests at tbe McKimson home. Saturday morning Mrs. A1 Tup- per and daughter Sandra,. Mrs. Dick Tupper and daughter Susan, accompaniecl by Mrs. Archle Kel- ley and daughter Betty all drove to Olympia to dO some shopping and make preparations for Sand- ra:s forthcoming weddin Last Ttiesday the.Lak Natwa- zel V01uliteeV Fii:e :DBLri .rner{t  their monthly metihg at the hom Of CliffotQt Fod.. MRS. AilT PALMER, Matlock, Lloyd Payne, Jerry Christian, Ted Booth, all of the Lake were din- ner guests last Wednesday even- ing at the Tupper's home. The newly formed Nimrods Club of Shelton had a fund-raising dan- ce last Saturday night at the Day- ton Hall. The main goal of the club is to try to create and provide more recreation for the young people in the Shelton area, The public response to the club's first projec was very gratifying and the dance showed a good profit for the club according to the dance chairman, Dick Tupper. i in the open test that tears'em apart...the Daytona 500 [0rd durability conquered the field lst,2nd,3rd,4th, an d 5th t BOX 8CORE OF DURABIUTY STAMINA AND PERFORMANCE AT DAYi'ONA, FEB.24,1963 NUMBER NUMBER I STARTED FINISHED I POSITIONS_ I 1,2,3,4,5, 12 *6PA FORDS 9 ! 10,11,17, 24 ! 5 '63 CHEVRoLETS 2 i 9,14 7 '63 PONTiACS 3 7, 8,13 5 '63 PLYMOUTHS 3 6,19;23 2 '63 DOgGES O 1 '63 CHRYSLER O Daytona is no "private" test arranged by a manufacturer to favor his Car's strong points. It is opei competition--anyone can enter--and the one thing that is proved by its searing 500 miles is just exactly how well a car hangs together. At Daytona, Florida, on February 24, five brand-new 19631/= Fords showed the world what durability means by sweeping the first five places. And that has never been equaled in Daytona history l The box score at the left tells the true story...car endurance that takes brutal punishment and comes back for more. No proving ground can equal this kind of torture. Daytona was a chal- lenge we welcomed, a chance to prove in open competition the essen- tial durability that makes possible the silence, the solid road-grip, the ease of control, the balanced braking.., and all the other things that go into Ford's concept of total performance. These were the same '63 Super Torque Fords that made styling history at their preview at Monaco, and which were recently announced at your Ford Dealer's. They're yours now; get behind the wheel and find out for yourself what total performance means! )OR 0 YEARS THE SYMBOL F DEPENDABLE gODUCT$  JVRffOI {:)MP,aNe4 " ff FORD-BUILT, iT'S BUILT FOR PF.RFORMANCE...TOTAL PERFORMANCE JIM PAULEY, IHO, 501 R00ILROAD AVENUE Lambert Grocery At Kamilche To Open Monday In New Building KAMILCHE Monday of next week, March 18. the newly built and furnished grocery store of the Mere Lambert's will be opened for business. Their previous sore bur- ped July 31 of last year. Congra- Lulations are in order on the fine new building from which the Lam- berts will serve the community again with groceries and meat and gas and oil. Next Sunday Mrs. Nat \\;aldrip will snake a flying trip to the land of the rising sun where she will meet her husband and where they will spend a few weeks before they return home next manth. Mrs. Waldrip will fly from Seattle to Vancouver, B. C. where she will boarda jet for an eight and one- half hour ride to Tokyo, Japan. Waldrip has been in Japan since January in tile interest of his oys- ter business. The S. S. Washington Mail dock- ed in Olympia last Sunday with oyster seed front Japan for dis- tribution to the various oyster firms in the sound. A birthday dinner was gven Sunday by Mrs. Nat Waldrip in aonor of Joe Wahtrip's twelfth birthday. Present were Mr. and Mrs. James Waldrip, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Davitg0n. Mrs. Leslie Mul- ler, sister Jeannette Waldrip and brother Jimmy Waldrip. After din- her a visit was made to the oyster ship from Japan, the S. S. Wash- ington Mail where they met the captain who a week previous had lurieheon with "vValdrip in Japan REV. AND MI{. Richard Cad- dey of South Bend visited Friday with the Gus Ellison family who together with Rev. Richard Cad- dey Jr. oY Ilwaco motored to Ta- coma the same day. Mr. and Mrs. Bill McFie of Twisp visited last. weekend at the home of her parents, the Cecil Black- welders. A motor trip to Seattle Smday was enjoyed by Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Blackwelder. Mr. nod Mrs. tlarry Simmons. and Mr. and Mrs. Ira Stansbury. Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Whitener drove to Silverdale where they enjoyed birthday dinner with their two year old granddaughter, Andrienne. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Whitener. The Kamilehe boys lost their baskethall game with Hoquiam last Friday night.. The score was 36 to 55. Boys playing and their points is as follows: Tom Villines, 13; Darrel Krise. 9: Danny David 7; Jim Kelley 4; Monty Marshall 1; An item of interest. Hoquiam made one half of their foul shots and Kamilehe scored one quarter of theirs. Kamilche boys and girls both play baskethatl next Thursday afternoon at 1 p.m. when they meet the Skokomish school on Ka- milehe floor. The Pioneer Kitchen Band (12 pieces) put on the entertainment aL Lhc Grange pot hmch dinner last Friday nite. Mr. and Mrs. Herb Nelson visit- ed Mrs. John Adams at Delphi last Sunday. Coming from Portland to visit at the Frances Simmons home over the weekend were Mr. and Mrs. Roland Simn]ons. Grace Sim- nmns and Elizabeth Christenson. There will be a dance at Kam- ilche Grange hall Saturday, March 16. Grapeview Well Represented At 4-H Rally Day Last Saturday Local Seniors Have Ghance To Try For Art Scholarships Graduating seniors in Mason County this spring have the oppor- hmity to compete for three art scholarships being offered by tile General Federation of Women's Clubs and Hallmark Cards. Inc. Deadline for entries is April 1. Ethel Dalby, Union. fine arts chairman for the Peninsula Dis- trict. State Federation of Wom- en's Clubs announced this week. The scholarships are offered to any a;1 school or college approved by  the federation and Halhnark. Fun(b are paid directly to the school. The teem entries are first sub- mitted to the State Federation. Each state submits its winning art work to the national contest from which tile three scholarship winners are picked. Paintings can be in oil. water color, pastel or mixed media. They must not be smaller than 11 by 14 inches nor larger than 20 By 24 inches. Oil paintings most have a simple frame, other media nmst be in mats. ISastels should be sprayed with a fixative. There most be no glass used on any entry. Theme fro' the contest is "The American Vision "'and may inter- pret by the use of historical sub- jeers, landscapes, still life or port- raits. Each entry must contain suffi- cient postage to insure return of the entry. The name of the spon- soring club. which can be obtained from Mrs. Dalby, mus also be in- cluded. Entries shonld be sent to Mrs. Ivard Strauss. State Federation of Women's Clubs Art Chairman, 232 Harvard East. Seattle 3. Wash. BUHDING PERMITS Building permits were approved by the Mason County Commission Monday to L. S. Rutherford, wood residence and barn, $5,000; T. B. Griffin, toolshed. $200; Leslie C. Pederson. add to residence, $1,500; L. A, Fields, carport, $150. GRAPEVIEW- "Kids. koEa, kolor and konfushion" are the in- gredients. Mix these together with a dash of camaradarie plus a ge- nerous sprLnkling of youthful ex- uberance and you have the basic recipe for a 4-H Rally Day. The recipe was a success when put to the test last Saturday evening as 4-H groups from all of Mason County gathered aL the Mountain View School in Shelton for their annual rally. Grapeview "Barnacles" can boast of having very nearly 100 per cent attendance with 16 of its members present. Robert Spooner represen- ted our Community as a member of the "Builders" Club and also was a very capable Master of Ce- remonies for the entertainment segment of the program. "Barnac- les" leaders Mesdames Jubie Hicks Art Nicklaus and Jerry Hill added to our community's representation as did parents and grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Burt Benson, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Somers. Art Niek- laus, Mrs. Ruby Crane, Mrs. Alma Fredson. Don Query, Mrs. Art Zehe, Mrs. Louise Spooner. Mrs. Joe Engen, Mrs. Walt Clayton Jr. Mrs. Ed Okonek and Mrs. Walter Clayton, Sr. Small fry enjoying the festivities were Jerry, Susan and Pete Hill, Alice, David, Kathy and Clifford Hicks, Art, Kim and Chris Nicklaus, Georgia Clayton, Leslie Okonek, Bonnie and Mike Benson, Susan and 5ante Pogreba, Bueky, Kathy and 5amie Query, Jody Engen, Joel Zehe and Don and Kristi Seiners. Games, skits by the various clubs and a deli- cious spaghetti dinner plus the excitement of electing the 1963 Fair Queen and her princesses were highlight of the evening fest- ivities. Unable to take part in her club's fun day, Miss Marcella Westberg remained at her home, nursing a severe case of flu which had kept her out of school all week. We are appY to hear she was well enough to return to school on Monday. Also bitten by one of the pesky lugs that have plagued so many of us this winter is Mrs. Don Que- ry who is feeling better now after being laid up most of last week. A lively group gathered at tile home of Mr. and Mrs. Russ Wells arm.day ev'ening to take part in or listen to a "jumpin jam session" to indulge in some scrumptuous chicken cacciatore prepared by the hostess, and Lo catch up on news with friends and neighborS. Guests from Grapeview were the Clem Halls, Art Nicklauses, Joe Engens, Ed Okoneks, Don Pogrebas, Bill Staudts, Walt Claytons, "Speck" Fredricks and Howard Somerses. Weekend guests from Tacoma were rang-time friends, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Walden and Mr. and Mrs. Mike Murray. Also enjoying the Well's hospitality Saturday evening and Staying on until Mon- day were Ruth's sister Miss Bever- ly Thompson. and friend Miss Con- nie Holden who drove fz:om vashon Island. The Wells' home might have been slightly bursting its seams Saturday evening, but it was hap- pily so and the addition of their sor, Airman Clem Wells, who drove down from Neah Bay for the weekend, only added to the plea- sure of his folks. Another serviceman home for the weekend with his parents was Airman Chick Staudt on weekend liberty from McChord Air Base. He is the son of Mr. and Mz's. Bill StaudL of Mason Lake. It was a long drive to dinner for Mr. Walter Clayton, Sr. last Saturday evening but evidently well worth the Lime and effort. The sumptuous smorgasbord which offered "just about everything" was hosted by Rayonier, Inc. and honored the company's retired per- sonnel. An annual affair, the din- ner this Year was held at Hoqui- am's Emerson Hotel. Mr. Clayton, who worked as Chief Engineer for the company for more than 30 years and retired just three years ago, was accompanied by his son Art. Mrs. Richard Davis of Zenith, aeeom9 anted by her mother and two friends from Tacoma, spent Thursday afternoon here in Grape- view with Mrs. Amelia Davis, her mother-in-law. After enjoying a nice visit, the ladies gathered oys- ters for a take-home treat. A PLEASANT SUNDAY after- noon was spent by the A. V, Rich- ards when Hood Canal friends, the "Dutch" Gillings stopped by briefly and both couples then pro- ceded to the Agate property of Mr. and Mrs, Ed Dahlgren. The Dahlgrens are at present building a lovely new waterfront home and both couples, as well as IVh'. and Mrs. Edwin Cliffe of Tacoma, very much enjoyed a tout' of the partly constructed home. After the tour the four couples retired to the Dahlgrens' spacious forty-foot trailer where a delicious dinner was thorougly enjoyed by all. Ed and Louise Okonek were up bright and early Sunday morning and, with young Leslie, trailed their sleek runaboat to the laun- ching ramp and "swished" over to Anderson Island where they dined with friends Bob and Carol Rey- nolds. The return trip wasn't such a "swisher", however, as a brisk wind had come up and the ensuing roughened waers forced them to slacken speed. Monday marked the beginning of a venture for Julie and Doris Stock as they broke ground for their new home on Treasure Is- land's north shore. Bulldozing ope- rations are in the capable hands of Don and Bob Anderson. Use Journal Wani Ads Try A Journal Want Ad Christian Services Set The deep, spiritual real "Substance" will ject at services a First Church of Christ, Sunday. Bible readings will verses from I "As it is written. seen. nor ear heard. entered into the heart things which God hath for tllem that love hi, hath revealed tl:em unto Spirit: for the Spirit all things, yea. the of God." 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