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/ March 21, 1963 SHELTON--MASON COUNTY JOURNAL  Published in "Christmastown, U S A ", Shelton, Washington Page 9 r_ ., .. . i| II| U = m |&apos;| :I = g I | In | . | Ill il .||= A| | Conductress, and Maybelle Vill- many more happy birthdays. ]i|UUK r V son, Assistant Conductress: Betty Ruel Pierce of the Elden store atoll ia0ves [0 Hew Home Aamimcne woms00 00flewer a[ LsKe Ranwazzel e0lne L|la;waup t;lun Secretar; and Freda motored to Vancouver, B.C. Sun.  | w m : cnng One Destroyed by fire Leaves 0n Visit Noners Bride-To-Be Sunday Plans Card Party I[Yd and family moved I:[!  ,0w hOUse Sunday--they I:F ho000 by fire two months I IB, li|, k G,'ne eld its re uiar , last Fri  g ']b- day evening with I: Uers 0ut it was decided to ](r e three members 70th meeting Ap- ey are r a 0 .... nd Mrs Wm I' ra L 'ertman. leeg age dance also was a |:are tUrday nite. wl-i.Iur a try to report Mrs. tec rail, one of Mary M. 'l,iLnc l Pital in Aberdeen. [ire rs Edward Valley..at- Motor Shop Hillcrest home of Archie Lemke's of Day- Mr. and Mrs. Kennit Smith and their daughter and son-in-law :Mr. and Mrs. Lee and two children all of Vancouver, spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. I. C. Ford. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Simpson of Bremerton spent the weekend with their mother Mrs. J. R. Singleton. Diana, Tyler and Dave Boot_he and Joan Weed all'of Hoquiam spent three days last week with the I. C. Ford family. MR. AND MILS. LeROY Boothe of Hoquiam called at the I. C. Ford home Sunday and took the child- ren home. Mrs. Sam Diggte Jr. and child- ten called at the Edwird Valley home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. James Churchill of Dayton spent Monday evening and Mrs. L. F. Cook of Montesano spent Tuesday evening with :Mrs. Augusta Portman and Carl Port- man. Wednesgay callers at Mrs. Au- gusta Portman and Carl Portman home where Mrs. Warren Earl and Mrs. Joe Gruver of Shelton. Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Hewson of Lake Nawatzel spent Wednesday evening with Mrs. Augusta Port- man and Carl Portmam Mr. and Mrs. Alex Taylor and family of Tacoma called at the Andrew McGarvie home Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Adams and Mr. and Mrs. James Rossmaier and baby all of Shelton, called on Mr. and Mrs. Lud Rossmaier Sun- day afternoon. :Mr. Howard and Helen Zack of Aberdeen and :Mr. and :Mrs. Harry Rickert of Hoquiam called at the Kenneth Howard home Sunday. Weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Max Cash were their sister-in- law Mrs. Mary Cash and her daug. hter and son-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wallace from Woodinville and Mrs. Max Cash's mother Mrs. Mary Miller from Little Falls, Minn. Mr. and :Mrs. Nels Allen and their daughter Done of Aberdeen were drop in callers Sunday. Mr. Allen Hickson and family were Monday evening dinner guests of Mr. and :Mrs. Herbert Helin. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Booth of Shelton were Saturday evening supper guests of Mr. 'and Mrs. Herbert Brehmeyer St. This year citizens receiving Fe- deral income tax refunds can make sure their refund doesn't gel away fiom them. Now they may take their refunds in U. S. Savings Bonds and earn good interest while keeping their money safe. Journal W anl Ads It Happe,sWhen YoU .... PAY YOURSELF FIRST Put Savings First, Rther Than Last! THE SUREST WAY TO BUILD savings account for any purpose. Prosperous .. Slay Prosperous Through Systematic SaVing seldom succeed. But SAVING always You Work at it. Most. people who attain so through regular planned saving. In- Provided by an agency of the Federal Will guarantee your savings. You Practice What We Preach- - 'The Place TO Save Is Here !Time To Start ''T Is Now! -I SAVINGS at current annual rates EARN DIVIDENDS AT @4, four times annually Shell0n Branch r i gounty Federal Loan Association nSured to $1o,000.0o by the F.S.L.I.C. 4 P.M. Monday thru Thursday KAMILCHE -- Mrs. Dewey Sigo and baby Steven accompanied by her sister Mrs. Florence Brown of Seattle left by jet plane from Sea- Tac Airport Tuesday morning for a short visit with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Starnes, who ire near Los Angeles, Calif. :Mrs. Agnes Downey recently moved from Kamilche to Tacoma to be near her daughter who lives there. Sunday afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Harry Simmons and Mr. and. Mrs. Leonard Cole of Shelton visited the Gary. Cole family in Chehalis. Visiting at the Clifford Round- tree home last weekend were Mr. and Mrs. David Roundtree of Ever- ett. :Mrs. Bert Rau was an overnite guest at the Frances Simmons home last Thursday. Clayton Barnes, son of :Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Barnes has re-enlist- ed in the navy and is now station- ed at Norfolk, Va. where he is attending a rehgeration school. THE HERB Nelson and Harry immons families motored to Hood canal last Thursday where they had dinner. :Mr. and :Mrs. A. P. Bissel of Pa- cific Beach stopped in at the Har- ry Simmons home last Monday. Callers at the E. E. Taylor home last Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Vic Butts of Olympia. Mr. and Mrs. Procter Heffington and :Mrs. Mary Palmer of Seatle also visited theft day. Saturday afternoon Mrs. Annie Whitener and :Mrs. Frances Sim- mons accompanied by :Mrs. Grace Bartlett of Shelton visited on Hood Canal at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Pelts, and also with Mrs. Beatrice Havord of Ancho- rage, Alaska, who is staying a few days at her summer home on the Canal since her recent motor trip to Phoenix, Ariz. The following members of the Kamilche Ladies Club met one day last week at the home of Mrs. E. E. Taylor when they made a quilt: Mrs. Norma Wiles, Mrs. Al- ice Haines, Betty Marshall, Ruth Nelson and Ella Simmons. FRIDAY OF LAST week, Mr. and Mrs. Newell Ellisson called at the Gene Taylor home. Last Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Proc- ter HeffingLon and Mrs. Mary Pal- mer of Seattle visited at the home of Mr. and :Mrs. Gene Taylor. The last basketball game of the season was played last Thursday with Lower Skokomish school. The Kamilche boys B team lost with a score of 29 to 14, and the girls won their game 17 to 9. lqext on the agenda is baseball -- when [he weather permits. "Woodsman, spare that tree?" Yes, but how do you tell the same thing to a bark beetle, spruce bud- worm, or White pine weevil? . . . through pest control chemicals .... which are helping assure a steady supply of quality wood today and in the year 2000. ly Joann Tn!qmr LAKE NAHWATZEL - Last Sunday Mrs. Richard Tupper gave a "Surprise" Bridal Shower for Miss Sandra Tupper at the home of Mr. and :Mrs. Frank Cooper here on the Lake. The guests who attended were: Mrs. Art Palmer. Mrs. Archie Kelley, Miss Betty Kelley, all. of Matlock. Mrs. Hec- tor Barbour. Miss Rebecca Payne, of Shelton. Mrs. William Hall, of Kamilche Point, Mrs. Harry Kidd, Mrs. Alvia Chapman, Mrs. Walter Chappell, :Mrs. Bernard Risohel, all of Dayton. Mrs. Frank Cooper, and Miss Tupper's mother. Mrs. AI Tupper. The ladies enjoyd the afLernoon by playing games, coffee and cake was served. VISITING Mr. and Mrs. John Patten on Saturday was Mr. and Mrs. W'es Goodburn. of Shelton. Later that evening they drove over and picked up Mr. and Mrs. William McKimson of the State Fish Hatchery. They all attended the dance at Matloek Hall Some of the other people from this area who also attended the Saturday night dance were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cooper, Frank Cooper, Jr. John Tupper. Mr. and :Mrs, Bern- ard Rischel, Mr. and Mrs. A1 Tup- per. Last Sunday, Mr. and :Mrs. John Patten accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. William McKimson drove down to Westport for the day. Arriving last Friday and to spend a week with Mr, and Mrs. Frank Cooper was Frank Cooper, Jr., stationed at Payne Field, Eve- rett. Drop-in guests last Tuesday Parker drove down to Aberdeen to do some shopping and have dinner with the Kelley's son and family, Mr. and Mrs. James Leggett of Hoquiam. Weekend guests at the home ()f Mr .and Mrs. Amel Tveit were Mr. and Mrs. James Weed of Portland, Oregon. Visiting the Tveits on Sunday were their daughter and son-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Paul Webster and son, Terry of Bremerton. Dinner guests at the Tupper home last Sunday evening were Mr. and Mrs. William Halt of Ka- milche Point. Mr. and :Mrs. Henry Chappell visited at the Albert Kuhnee Ranch last Saturday, they enjoyed an abalone dinner. MR. AND MRS. Ralph Killough of Dayton called on Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Hewson last Monday even- ing. Thursday the Hewsons were lun- cheon guests at the home of Mrs. Myrtle Cameron of Shelton. form- erly of the Lake. Friday hmcheon guests at Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Ford's home was Mrs. Maude Sparks of Kelso. -Sunday overnight guests at the Ford's home was their daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Den- nis Reed, of Seattle. Matter Subject Of Scientist Service at the Cooper's home was Mrs. A Bible lesson on the subject Richard Tupper. of "Matter" will be read this Sun- Last Thursday morning Mrs. day at the Shelton First Church of Maude Sparks, formerly of the Christ, Scientist. Lake, now living in Kelso, visited Among the many Scriptural se- at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lee lections, will be this citation from Dawson. Drop-in guest also that II Corinthians (5.8): "We are con- morning was Mrs. Clifford Ford. fident, I say, and willing rather Mr. and Mrs. William Hall of to be absent from the body, and Kamilehe Point. visited at the home to be present with the Lord." of /vIr. and Mrs. James Bleeker Other passages will bring out last Sunday. Also visiting on Sun- the Christian Science teaching day was Mr. and Mrs. Otto Best- that all matter is a "graven image," a temporary, limited, de- lusive sense of things that must finally give way before the con- sciousness of ultimate, spiritual reality created by God. Included is this sentence from "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures' by Mary Baker Eddy (p. 14): "Become conscious for a single moment that Life and intelligence are purely spiritual neither in nor of matter,--and the body will then utter no com- plaints.' wick of Shelton. Miss Kathy Ann Hickson, daugh- ter of iVh.. and Mrs. AI Hickson, celebrated her eleventh birthday on St. Patrick's Day, by an early morning phone call from her mo- ther in Kansas. Later in the day she had dinner and cake at Hey. and Mrs. R. L. Isbels. of Shelton. On the way home she stopped again for cake and ice cream at the home of her aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. James E. Hickson of Dayton. She was accompanied on these outings by her Dad and five brothers. For Friday Night By Mrs. Nell Vance LILLIWAUP.--Lilliwaup Com- munity Club will hold its next card party Friday evening, March 22, Sn]th. Tre,qsurer. The newly elected officers will instnl!ed Friday evening, {areh 29 at the Masonic Temple at Union. the installation wilt be open Lo the public. Mrs. Millie Diesen entertained March 13 at a birthday party in honor of the birthdays of Mrs. Stella Marken and Mrs. Minnie Sauer of Shelton. Those enjoying the afternoon were Frances at 8 p.m. This will be the last party in a series of five. Prizes will be given and refreshments served by the committee. The pub- lic is invited. Grand Court, Order of Amaranth held its 52rid annual sess;on last week at the Masonic Temple in Tacoma. pinochle will be piayea. o start Moake. Allie Ahl, Ann Webb, the honored guests and the hostess, Millie Diesen. Refreshments were served in the afternoon, a beautiful birthday cake was cut by the honored guests, each receiving many lovely gifts. The guests returned to their homes late in the afternoqn after wishing Stella and Minnie, both day to visit his mother a few days. who had the misfortune zo breal< her leg. The Vances visited old friends in Port Townsend, Sunday. m , , LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE Shelton Lodge No. 1684 Gerry Hart, Governor Phone 426-3047 Russ Morken, Secretary Phone 426-4071 MEETINGS HELD EACH 2nd and 4th Tuesdays of the Month 8 p.m. Airport Those attending from Hood - Canal were Mr. and Mrs. Dess , Haines, :Mesdames Mamie gaare, I  YOU SHOULD I(NOW,,. Nicholson,SUsan Cheatham, Esther Christen- [ ] ant sen, Grand Fredawho Lecturer Smithinstalled of and the as Evelyn assist- order. C[-/N-'T--WI L L O U R All attending reported a good [| ., Life Insurance is the only certain time. ][  means whereby the modern work- ELINOR CHAPTER Order][  ingman can provide for his old of Eastern Star held its meeting[[ !/ age comfort if he lives and guar- March 12 at the Masonic Temple [[ ':}/ antee that hardship will not over- of Union. Election of officers was held. Corda Watkins was electedt| / t:ke his family if he dies. Worthy MetrO." Sam Ashley,"----ll N/_ NATION ' All. ,V Worthy Patron; Zone Strum. As- sociate Matron; Tom Turner, AS-/l Ph. 426-8139 L#fut' sociate Patron; Evelyn Nicholson, | OPEN HOUSE (at our NEW LOCATION) 121 RAILROAD AVENUE (formerly Parker's Mr. & Mrs. Shop) THURSDAY and FRIDAY, MAROH 21 - 22 REFRESHMENTS A beautiful stem rose for the first 200 ladies Munn Real Estate -Miss Sandra Tupper and Miss  t' mite, d T' -" 0Ry Rebecca Payne, Shelton left on Friday and drove up to Grandview, ] near Yakima, to spend Sa[rddy[ and the nigh at the home o ,,iS -- Ji > Payne's parents. They retuzrted[ early Sunday afternoon. [ MKS. SAMUEL DIGGLE and children visited with Mrs. Claude Legacy of Tacoma last Friday. Terry Diggle, their oldest child is spending a {:ew days with her aunt. Last Saturday, Mrs. Archie Kel- ley and daughter. 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Formerly Lumbermen's Mercantile i Sizes XS, S, M, L. Extra large sizes one dollar more. OF SHELTON A Subsidiary of P. N. Hirsch & Co. lllll  INYIeRNATIOIqA I, JklrEX ORORA4N PINTE Itl I gk