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1963 SI-IELTON--MA0N COUNTY JOURNAL-- Pub|ilied in ecCTwistm;a,ow)L U.KA.', Shelton, Washington Attends Minstrel Show Lost Lake Fdks I00ason High School Sat. Freelin the beginning are looking full week. and Vacation which time for the moth- of pace for the Weeks eents was Minstrel Show. Crowd estimated filled the North for the lmCOVered a great :alent. In some cases .s quite unsuspected, lard to recognize neighbor in coffee hour after with. "/9i1 you dancing ?" or, Mary could sing give credit acts and minstrel and that made pos- with the audi- in the program. Swing" of the numbers by Only those in the the two overly- Merge Shear- eo-ehairmen With the audi- ors by the High nt under 'so that the annual : for April 5, is as a "must" on the red letter of those lear- is almost here. and tomorrow is tYler than normal showers. erage below nor- 50 to 58; lows te omfortable With Heat G0. the day. Those on the North Ma- son School staff who are planning to make the trip are: Robert John- sen Jane Howard. Mary Riedle. Margarm Pasehke. Keith Lamb. Mary "Aqng, EHna Roessel. Judy Belhers. Gyneth Auseth Mary SalmonsmL Avis Whitfield. Laura Allen. Ins Dagnie. Arthur Guide and Verna Marsh. Also going will be: Rudolf and Alma Sundstrom. Karl and Camilla Matz Wayne Allen. Fh)rence Cady, Earl Dagffie, Bill Wing and Martin Auseth. For those who are staying in lhe community, there is the Saint Patricks Dinner. set for March 23 at the Belfair Community Baptist Church. and sponsored by the \\;V. S. C. S. The theme remains. even if the dinner m a bit late. and as those who have attended these dimmers know. there are some fine cooks in the sponsoring group. Prices range from $1.50 for adults to free for children under 5. Junior and Senior High students will pay 75c and 1st to 6th grad- ers 50e. Also scheduled for this weekend is the Eastern Star Installation. March 22 at the Masonic Temple. North Mason High P.T.A. meets tonight at 8 p.m.. with Dr. Nor- man Richardson speaking on Ca- reers for Youth. He will give some tim(. to discussing the education offered by community colleges, and also answer questions by parents. Principal. Floyd Robbins, has scheduled a 7:00 meeting with the parents of all high school seniors before the regular meeting. MRS. C. V. HENNINGSEN found herself really celebrating her birthday this year. AXter a family dinner Sunday at the home of the Robert Henningsens, May and Slim came home to find their house filled with friends who had strung crepe paper and balloons and brought efreshments and gifts for another observation of the day. Pat Medeiros was the irtsligator of the party, helped by members of the family who were in on the surprme. Then on last Tuesday, her actual birthday, May was guest of honor at a luncheon given by Mrs. James Huffman. Mrs. G. G. Shackelford and Mrs. vir. H. Travis. whose birthdays fall in the same week. were also honored. A layette shower honored Mrs. Barry Snover. a new member of the Blfair Fire Department Aux- iliary, after the groups regular meeting March 13. Refreshments were served and the gmest of honor opened the many lovely gifts from the group. Those attending were Auxiliary members. Mesdames: William De- Miero. Charles Kovack, Kay Thompson. Melvin Petty, Harold Devin?, Larry-Drake. John Pope, John Matson. Robert Henningsen, William Palmer. Vern Beeson. Le- land Slice and Jack Farmer. Also guests for the day, Mes- dames: Alice Pope, Stan Snorer. Richard Roseneau. Beatrice Ros- eneau. Ed Ruff. Kenneth Burnett. Helen Matloek and Ralph Lutzen- heiser. ]gURT SHORT, active in corn- munity affairs here during his residence on the old highway, passed away at his Bremerton home last week Mr. Short. 79. had been in poor health for a number of years, but before his illness had been an active garden- er and an authority on bulbs, he and his wife often acting as spea]2- ers on the subject for Garden Club meeting. He was a member of the Charls- ton Lodge, F&AM, and a charter member of the Belfair Order of Eastern Star. Entertain Guests At Their Homes By I)ori lIi('lLon LOST LAKE. --Mrs. Maud Jen- kins. Boney Loertseher and Sandy Matlson were Sunday evening guests of the H. A. Loertscher family. Sunday hmch time visitors of the Clyde McIrvins were Mrs. Howard \\;Vilon and childrem. Mabel Bishop and Mrs. Ite Bloomfield were the Sunday eve- ning geusts in the Mch'vm tmme. A recent addition to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Riely was a new baby boy. On Friday, Mareh 15. Mr. and Mrs. Clay MeCartney. of Shelton. and John D. Marrow of Bremer- ton, were present in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Marrow for their annivers'n'y. ROAD 4-H NEWS A new 4-H club has been formed at Southside with ten 5th grade girl members Mrs. Nadia Hovind is thc leader. The first meeting was held March 6 at the HoVind home. Mrs. Jane \\;inGsor ex- plained the purpose of 4-H and handed out pamphlets to mnbe. Officers elected re: Chris Bevis. pres.. Linda Bevis, vice pres.: Shelley Lloyd, see.: Cindy Stanley, treas. At the next meet- ing the group wil vote on a name for the club and start a sewing project.-Cindy ttovind, report,r. Ronnie Cochran was pleased to t]ave Kieth Tibbits over Saturday night. Whil Kieth was there he and Ronnie and Daryle Cochran and Russell Harvey went swim- ruing at the pool. Visitors of the Ben Williams, Saturday were the Pete Roberts family. MERGHANTS Hoedsport Couple Married In Shelton vet'>" disappointed to have the Hoffse adjourn immediately after ROD OI,SEN ATTENI)ING Roll Call. They waited for the EAI'I'I,E TIIAINING ('LINIC Senate to convene only to lmve r, Rod Olsen. part owner of the Olsen l#urtlilure Co.. is in Seattle t!i week attending a manage- nlent and sales-training clinic. ] IVAR.IllqNS IVOI{KING FOR THIRD BAItAMA TRIP Leln and ShP l'on \\;arren, o\\;',rll - ers of the Lem Warren Refrigera- tion firm. have already earned two trips to Nassau in the Bahama Islands aud are working on a third in a Gibson appliance sales contest which ends April 15. They will leave here in Septem- ber for a ten-day all-expense paid trip to the famous British resort in the Atlantic Ocean. flying both ways from Portland. They are both the youngest and I the first Gibson agency to qualify for the Nassau trip from the Seat- 'tle district office. MANN MOVES REALTI' OFICE TO UPTOWN Kurt Mann has moved his real estate office from its location on First street in the Deegan build- Allyn Residents Seek Speed Zone 121Railroad aven'ae, where open house will be held today and tomorrow. Through Town To End Hazzard Refreshments will be served all visitors and the first 200 ladies will also receive beautiful long- sLemmed roses. The new location occupies half ALLY y" ---JudY'" ?nef?ottlo"- " ehml" .. lynThel:glel';nogl, . '" PaPlleSn?:ll[h;p. " ," " " "_ of the former site of Parkers Mr. nate a definite traffic hazard in ters in the Forest Festival Poster & Mrs. Shop after being remod- Allyn a petition containing 195 signatwes will be turned into the State Highway Commission this week in an effort to get a "Ne Passing Zone" created within the town of Allyn. The proposed zone would start at the intersection of Highway 14A and-14B and would run to the Sherwood Creek Bridge. All of Allyn residents will be happy to know Mrs. Dorothy Golf'- nick former resident here. has re- turned from Gardner. Mont. to vi- sit for a few days. Welcome home Dorothy, we're all happy to see you. Saturday night, March 9, North Bay Ambulance was called to at- tended an auto accident victim. He was Dan Coleman who lives near Coulder CPeek. Del Stormo, driver, and A. E. Buckendorf. aN tended picked up the vietim at 11:30 p.m. with a bad cut on his head. His condition s reported sa- tisfactory. We are happy to report that Mrs. Walter MeCrady is now out of the hospital. She is staying with her son Charles Engles of Belfair and his family, until she gams her strength. We hope to see her up and about real soon. Donations for the First Aid Car this past month were received from Lawrence Rensing of Grape- view; Mr. and Mrs. Algol Land of Victor; Bob Pelan of Grapeview; and Mr. and Mrs. James Von Os- ten of Allyn. Donations are slow- ing down,, have you made youT donation ? THE BUSINESS Meeting of Vol- unteer Firemen was held last Wed- nesday evening at 7:45 p.m. Have the firemen and First Aid Car members forgetten that they are required to attend these meetings ? With the meetings being" changed to Wednesday nights maybe some of you forgot. There was a very poor showing of members so lets try to do better. Among some of the things discussed applications for membership for Company 4. Ambulance Group were submitted: Pat Uldrikson, Barbara Stormo. Carol Battles. Doris Stock, Eliza- beth Gatlin Judy Von Osten. Hea- ther Marsh. and Dorothy Griffey. Meeting was dismissed early. Mr. and Mrs. Knight and Mr. and Mrs. Mattews of Tacoma were out to their Beach Home over the weekend. Beachcombers Garden Club met at Mrs. James Jones of Victor for their regular meeting last thin's- day. Mrs. Ada Grigg, President, presided over the meeting. Mem- ber met at 11 a.m. and time was taken' up till noon with Business Meeting. After meeting Mrs. Jones and Mrs. Holden served a delicious hmcheon. V a r i o u s members bronght problem containers and m,ieriale for criticism by other mem')rs. Nine members and one USED CARS guest were present. The next re- gular meeting will be held by Mrs. Vetsa at Reynolds in Victor, Carl Hirsch left for Pm, tland 00 i Monday morning to pick up his '59 Ford Gusl0m new car. He will drive over to . Riehland to pick up Marianne, and eyI', Ford economy| 4-dr. 6 cyl., economy plus they hope to return to Allyn on | I : '59 Ford Custom Galaxie : auto. trans., etc.i Business Coupe, 2-dr. 6-cyl. Sav0yi '58 Plymouth Savoy auto trans.  4-dr. V-8 auto. trans. l I : '57 Rambler Wagon I'ust, 300: auto, 1 6-cyl., over-drive I I Friday. A get-together for friends of Carl Hirsch was held at Mr. and Mrs. Jewel Von Osten on Sunday. Mr. and M:rs. Mel Hemphill of Bre- merton. Mrs. Lee Hemphill of Port Orchard. Mr. arid Mrs. Earl Ter- roll of Allyn, and Mr. and Mrs. James Von Osten and two daugh- ters were in attendance. MRS. SALLY LEIMBACK and children of Shelton spent Monday in Allyn visiting her folks and Mrs. Marge Beeson. Contest Connie Wolfe. Jim Kowal- czyk, Robert Griffey, Ron Sharer, Barbara Buckendorf. John Gehr- ing, Dermis Sharer, Grog Wynn, Chert Peterson, Duane Stormo, Jerry Harding, Dolores Wynn, El- leon Kronquist, Tina Nelson, Patsy Sharer. Dawn Anderson, Mike Amacher, and Tony Valley. Allyn Cub Scouts Pack 537 met Thm'sday March 14, 7 p.m. at A1- lyn Fireball. The subject of Art was discussed as March was set aside for National Art month. The boys also saluted some of the fif- ty states. Mr. Hawkins. the neigh- bortrood representative showed a film on scouting. Refreshments were served after the meting, Dr. Norman Richardson of Olym- pia Junior College will be guest speaker at the North Mason Jr.- St'. High I:-rA meeting tonight in high school library, at 8 p.m. "Careers for Youtlf' will be topic of Dr. Riehardson's speech, and he will also discuss educational opportunites of community colle- ges in general. He will aluo answer questions. From 7 p.m. to 8 p.m. before the regular eTA meeting, there will be a special meeting of par- ents of high school seniors. All se- nior parents ace urged to attend. Parents and students who wish to discnss individual problems or obtain vocational and educational information are urged to consult "William HawkinS. the school coun- selor. MR. AND 3IRS. Walte' Mori- geau of Fort Lewis were out to her parents home, Mr. and Mrs, Sam Clements for a" few days stay when they got a sudden call that Mr. Morigeau's father suffered a heart attack at his home in Mis- soula. Mont. Morigeau left imme- diately for Montana. Mr. and Mrs. Clay Jones of Vie- tor have just returned heine fronl Santa Cruez, Calif. and Arizona where they have spent the winter. Mr. and Mrs. Carl lzett of Allyn were at their daughter's home in Seattle Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Francis Lever. Mrs. Lever had a lovely Birthday Dinner for her mother. Vera. Another daughter and her family from Tacoma, Mr, and Mrs. Howard Haley were also guests. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Morgon's daughter Levena and her husband and four children from Seattle were guests at her parents home for the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Edwards went to Vancouver to visit his father Mr. Bemp at the hospital. Mr. Bemp is soon to have surgery. Mr. and Mrs. Don Cheplak spent weekend visiting relatives in A1- lyn. Mrs. Cheplak is the former Carol White of Allyn. MR. AND MRS. Carl Izetts two daughters and their children from Portland, Ore. are spending this week at the Izetts cabin. It is spring vacation time for the Ore- gon youths so they all come to spend it with their grandparents. Mrs. George Johnson and child- ren, Sandy, Scott, and Kirby; Mrs. Jack O'DeK and her children, Ks- ten, Sheryl, and Julie drove up from Portland and arrived at the Izetts on MOnday. An unusual sight was seen by Mrs. Gehring of Sherwood Motel of Allyn last Friday. It seems a Bald Eagle was sitting on the beach in front of the motel. It was discovered he had suffered a bro- ken wing. She immediately called the sheriff who got in touch with the proper authorities to take care of the bird. eled by owner Maurice Needham. The other half as yet is unoc- cupied. /See page la for additional buM- ness news ). LETTERS TO EDITOR IN APPRECIATION Editor. The Jotu'nal: The Harstine Grange wishes to take this opportunity to express our gratitude and appreciation to all organizations and individuals who have worked and advocated for the Harstine islaud bridge. Though our first effort has not quite met our goal, the response to this necessary and essential project was quite pleasing. It will encourage us all to continue to advocate and work for it as neces- sary and financially beneficial in a long run to all concerned. It's another step or progress toward a forward march of our county, to which we will never hesitate. Harstine Island Grange Hugo V. Glaser, Master. FUND RAISING Pioneer Fire District raised about $50 to add to their fire truck fund at a game night and potluck dinner last Saturday. There was a good turnout for the event, sponsored by the group in- terested in getting a fire district organized in the area V MONTCLAIR 8T P'LIT0 M MAINLIN E Last Week Honored at Reception gy Joy('e Scott HOODSPORT -- Mrs. Genevive McEvoy and InK Grunvold were quietly married in Shelton last Thursday night. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dillon were their atten- dants. On Friday Mr. and Mrs. Grtmvold drove to Sea-Tar Air- port to meet Mrs. Leta Wilson. Ing's sister who flew in from Hue- ston. Texas to attend the reception Saturday. More than 100 guests dropped in during the afternoon and evening to greet the newly- weds. Mrs. Wilson is remaining for a two weeks visit The Grun- vold's are planning an extended trip a little later. One of the happiest, and perhaps most surprised, little girls ,in Hood- sporl is Sharon Gain, eight year old daughter of Rev. and Mrs. Wesley Gain. In February Sharon had the urge to send President Kennedy a Valentine and put that urge into action, hSe made a Va- lentine, mailed it to the White House and that was that! Now she has in her possession a letter, .re- ceived on Monday, expressing the President's appreciation of her thoughtfulness. Sharon is a girl of varied interests. At present she is patiently wait- ing for a banty egg to hatch. This egg', carefully watched, has rested in a small box near the oil heater for 22 long days. It has been duti- fully sprinkled, tested and loving* ly guarded but at this writing ap- Dears to be a dud! Better luck next time. Sharon. Carol Dean was the guest of honor at a lmlcheon at the home of Irma Larimie Saturday. Carol will be moving to Mossyrock this week, Shirley Joersz, Harlene Rob- bins, Mary Addleman, Arlene Nes- bitt, Donna Simmons, Betty Gray and Jean MoKasson were present to wish Carol the best in her new home. MR. AND MRS. James Blackstad and their children, Kurt. Kathy, Tommy and Ginger from Bemidji, Forest Service. They are living in the Larimie honse, formerly oc- cupied by the Don Suttons. Mr.and Mrs. Rudy Schwab, Mr. and Mrs. Strine Anne and Judy and Mr. atd Mrs. Larry Cherrier attended the funeral of Lillian Esary in Mt. Vernon, March 12. We extend our sincere sympathy to Lee and Sandra. Betty Schwab wishes to make a plea for used toys for the Pre- school Snap together toys are most appreciated. Tinker toys and puzzles could also b used. Betty is especially interested in securing some parquetry pattern toys. The S.S. Staff recently met and set the dates for the Daily Vet- cation Bible School for Hood Canal Commnnity Church. June 10-14. Parents planning vacations may be interested in having these dates early so that the children might not miss this yearly event. May I remind those having D.V.B.S, work questionnaires to be sure to return them by March 24. DeNT FOR'GET the movie at the Hoodsport School Friday night "The Pathfinder" will be shown with the picture to start promptly at 7 p.m. Phyllis Pierce, Mary Jane Sund and Elaine Bates visited the Leg- tslatm'e on Monday. They were For Easter Permanent Special This is our regular $20.00 permanent and includes hair cutting. it also adjourn. They did enjoy the tour of the building and the noon organ concert. Mrs. Rose Mille. assisted by Bes- sie Hale and Marie Kaaye. sin'- prised Rea Roe with a combined birthday and house warming on Monday afternoon. About twenty of Reas friends joined in giving her a lovely Danish Modern coffee table and end table for her newly remodeled home. Coffee, cake and cookies were served and a pleasant afternoon spent visiting. ("6U-R-REPUTATIO 3 Ljs"WE PROTECT, ) F \\; WE GIVE. 7 You worK\\; -THAT YOU | .. i Minn., arrived in Hoodsport this : past week to make their home.  Blackstad is employed by the U.S. Special fox, lid U A H G E $'" "7 Helene Curtis | Rayette P-rn-nent- i SaL',mar,'.o 23 Ill Edward's Beauty Salon t Hove You Picked Up Your FREE MONEY Down at Generous George's Yet? 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