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March 21, 1963

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21, 1963 SHELTON MASON COUNTY JOURNAL --Published in :Chrita,town. U.S.A."j Shelton. Washington 13 | Couple Returns Home To flexico City five won- strenuous, Southward into C. "Clem" Fairser- again retm,ned to itinerary of the southward from and through Phoenix and ElPaso 7,400-foot high '.o. They found be a city of ts blending the there, they out pre-arrmg'- Seattle and Who had flown ng a week's tour, the able to take in, L,. the beauteous advantage ears, were de-trip to Aca- Mexico City. tour was made tnd colorful by Wild tropical minsettias, rs, co- SUgar cane, am- along the way. One highpoint stop made at of Mexico. all these fa- Wondezul expe- and Mrs. Fair- happy to return Island home, ?ring had be- their ab: of Ben- to make a trip last Sun- SUnday, their beaded tox ard in mind of one Accom- meth and Bill's and the fa- thor0ugh- their picnic snow were the boxes and Sleds while air excellent tobog- for home, st pleasantly the Jay of Bremerton, SUmmer neigh- fund drive for !or the 100th an- which World's peop- needed for the and vohmteers Solners, at 426-6971. iu this way, welcome the call on you. telp is the im- movement Sarah Eckert most pleas- their Game Grapeview night, was more than 65 participants Mrs. Kay Sen, Charles Phil Har- t Myron Polk and Pare and eising bc- three ent of the last Mike Benson of Tacoma is of the lovely delicious pie mem- e refreshment Virginia and Faye Givens and their imag- array of lar meeting )rthopedic at 11 rs. Harold Polk wish- oysters from his well-supplied beach. Julie and Doris Stock's plans for the early part of this weekend in- clndc picking up daughter Jackie (Mrs. Glenn Nutter) in Portland, who plans to spend the coming week here with them in Grape- view. Doris was delighted Satur- day when long-time Tacoma friends, Mr. and Mrs. John Rettke drove over bringing with them Mr. and Mrs. Ed Gilbert, ex-Taeo- ma friends, now of Houston, Tex. Not having seen Mrs. Gilbert for twenty years. Doris was most de- lighted to welcome them for an afternoon of visiting and leisurely dining'. The Gilberts plan to re- turn to Houston long enough to sell their home there. They then phm to move back to the Great Northwest and settle in either Bre- merton or Riehland as best suits Mr. Gilbert's engineering profes- sion. SUNDAY DROP-IN guests of the Julius Stocks were brother and wife, Russ and Madalynn Stock and family, who brought with them Madalymfs folks, Mr. and Mrs. Hilt Anderson of Twisp. One never knows when emergen- cie will arise, but we all know that when they do occur, prompt hell) is essential. The Northbay Ambulance has proved itself to b'e most prompt and efficient but it must be brought to the attention of all that, even when donations cease to come in, obligations still must be met. There are two ways to meet these obligations; either by regular donations ($5 per fa- mily has been suggested) or by billing those requiring these ser- vices. The ambulance is staffed on each call, by members of the Northbay Firs Aid Service, all trained vohmteers. Why not make it a part of your annual budget- ing to set aside the suggested do- nation? If there are any further questions concerning this service we are sure that Howard Wynn of Allyn can give you a satisfactory answer. Mrs. Charles Somers played hos- tess to four couples Sunday after- noon at the Swedish Club in Seat- tie, the occasion being the twenty- first wedding anniversary of her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Sonters. Other than the honored guests, among those present were Murial's folks, Mr. and Mrs. Ivar Opdal of Lake Lu- cerne, Mr. and Mrs. Dave Snead and friends and Master Donald Somers. It is usually rather difficult to get a good turnout for a school election, especially if there is no controversial issue to be decided upon, so we are quite pleased to note that 102 Grapeview residents voted at our recent special elec- tion. The election board, made up of Iiispector Irene Fredricks, Jud- ges Harriett Richards and Salli Clayton and Clerk Peggy Fulmer, is most appreciative and grateful to Mrs. Russ Wells, who very thoughtfully brought down a de- licious and generous dinner of old- fashioned beef and vegetable stew, topped with steaming dump- lings. Sure beats cold sandwishes.-- and many thanks to a good cook! Mrs. Evelyn Walker, Grapeview Clerk, missed all the goodies, hav- ing had to report to the Pioneer district to count the few votes of the voters in their precinct who are included in our school district. We are very sorry that the Sarah Eckert Orthopedic notices and the information on the current Red Cross fund drive in Grapeview was deleted from the end of htst week's column. It is the peroga- tive of the Journal, when short of space, to do just this, as they see fit. Among Your Merchants CANAL MARINA AWAR1)ED HOMELITE FIIANCItlSE AfLer a year of test marketing in three separate geographic areas. the Homelitc 4-cycle 55-horse- power outboard motor has awarded Hood Canal Marina at Union a sales franchise for Mason County, proprietor Randy Updyke has been informed by the manu- facturing firm. Homelite has stepped up its production program and is moving toward nation-wide distribution before the opening of the 1963 boating season. No major changes have been ;made in this revolutionary new type outboard, first introduced at the New York boat show in Janu- ary, 1962. It has lived up to its advance billing, proving itself de- pendable, quiet-running and inex- pensive to operate. Homelite has demonstrated the value of the 4- cycle automotive type engine as an outboard, and now will build up a network of top flight dealers all over the nation. RETAIL BOARD SETS FOREST FESTIVAL TIE-IN Plans for a city-wide merchan- dising tie-in with the 1963 Forest Festival were fornmlated at a meeting Of the Retail Trade Board last week. To be called Paul Bunyan Days, the sales event will be held Thurs-: day and Friday, May 23 and 24, in Sheltons retail stores. Most stores plan to close most of the big day of the festival, Saturday, May 25. Further details of the city-wide event will be formulated at the Re- tail Boards next meeting, April 11, which will be a morning meeting talcing up at 8:00 a.m. in the PUD 3 commissioners room, chairman Gene Hanson announced after a concensus of those present fa- vored a change front the working- hour schedule which has been in effect lately to hours which would allow attendance by those unable to get away during working hours. COUPON DEADLINE IS FRIDAY AT 3 P.M. Deadline for depositing" coupons in the city-wide Coupon Days event sponsored by 41 Shelton business establishments is this Friday at 3:00 p.m., chairman Gene Hanson of the Shelton Retail Board reminded persons wishing to participate in the popular prize event. Coupons were published in last weeks Jom'nal. All that is neces- sary for eligibility for the 42 prizes offered by the 41 sponsoring firms is that an individual fill out each conpon and deposit them at the sponsoring" stores. Winners of the prizes will be determined by draw at each of the stores at 3:00 o'clock Friday afternoon. Names of the winners will be posted in each store but will not be revealed in any other way. Faith Lutheran To Dedicate .New Organ Faith Lutheran Congregation will dedicate their newly acquired church organ at a special service to be held at 11 a.m. this coming Sunday, March 24. The organ is a 46-C, a new model produced by the Baldwin Company particularly for use of small churches; it has two man- uals, full 32 pedals ,and is capable of a variety of tonal effects. Mrs. Dexter Edge, accomplished organist of our community, will play selections of organ music preceding the service, and also during the service itself. The pub- lic is invited to attend. The organ committee which recommended the organ to the Congregation consisted of Herb Vonhof, chairman; Mrs. Rudy Nor- vold, Mrs. Carl G. Johnson, Mrs. Harold Lovgren, and Rev. Carl Carlsen. The sincere alone can recognize sincerity.--Thomas Carlyle. the Grape- to be able to BUSINESS DIRECTORY but on the TV Service Floor Coverings r her recent . Radio - TV ] , Linoleum Phonographs [ . Tile Pad- . CB 2-way radio . Carpeting LEROY'S TV SERVICE urgery not Mt. View Ph. 426-3172 returne( t. home Satur- Rowe m Tacoma Mrs. grin an or all. As in the tters' Uni- in which Part as a 131 Car- the of departed on the and Children Friday until Tire Service . New - Goodrich Recapping Used OK RUBBER WELDERS Mt. View Ph. 426-4832 Electrical Fairbanks-Morse Pumps Electric Heating Westinghouse Appliances 419 Railroad Ph. 426-6283 SHELTON ELECTRIC CO. :peview aYed host Mrs. a, but also uncles and John Bonn Bonn of gather- and tak- about the Formica REX FLOOR COVERING Mr. View Ph. 426,2292 Radiator Repair l . Boiling out Soldering New cores MOON'S PLUMBING HEATING, SHEET METAL 623 S. 1st. Ph. 426-3483 ii i Florist Plants for all occasions Flowers EVERGREEN FLORISTS 4th & Birch 8 to 8 426-8479 Helena Rubinstein cos- tactics Prescriptions Hypo-Allergic cosmetics NELL'S PHARMACY Govey Bldg. Ph. 426-3327 g Lawns, rockeries, trees shrubs Top soil, tilling, leveling Free estimates SUNSET LANDSCAPING Herbert Baze 426-4718 kuto Glass- . Expert Installation JIM PAULEY, INC. 5th & Railroad Ph. 426-8231 = Draperies - free estimates work guaranteed J. C. PENNEY CO, RR Ave. Ph. 426.ff283 \\;VA,HINGTON.-- Olympic Na- tional Park, with more than 2 million visitors, was lhe West's second-most-popular national-park area in 1962. Visitor to lhe park ]'one more than 500,000 to a record total of 2,044,400, according to figures made public t)y tile Nail(real Park Service today. The West's most-popular na- tional-park area was the Lake Mead National Recreation Area on the Arizona-Nevada border, visited by 2,688,700 persons m 1962. Olympic ranked just ahead of Yellowstone National Park, which had 1,925,200 visitors last year. Visitors to Mount Rainier Na- tional Park rose nmre than 300.- 000 to 1,905,300. The Park Service said visits throughout the nation rose 11 per cent to a record total of 88.457.100. Visits to other Washington State areas included: Coulee Dam National Recreation Area, 689,900,down 50.000: Whit- man National Monument. 55.200. up 5,000; Fort Vancouver Na- tional Monument 51.400. up 23,000. FERRY RECEIPTS Ferry receipts front the Harstine Island Ferry for the week end- ing March 18 of $222.50 were re- ported by the Mason County En- gineers office. One gives nothing so liberally as advice.--Roehefoueauld. Southside 4-H Clubs Have Meetings Activities For Coming Weeks Aired By Mrs. Ray Kratcha SOUTHSIDE .... Four Leaves 4-H club members met at the home of Kathy Ness March 14. The 4-H club members made $13.53 on their candy sale at school, and $48.00 on their candy bar sale. At the meeting the mem- bers discussed having a swimming party and the members wanted to invite another ,I-H club hut the Four Leaves couldn't make up their mind. so decided to discuss the swimming party at the next nteeting. Kathy Ness gave a demonstra- tion on how to make an eggnog. The next meeting will be held at Robin Bakke's home March 28. reported Kathy Ness. Southside Eagles 4-H mmnbers met at the home of Mrs. Donald Wilson March 14. Dale Bracy gave a demonstration on a tuna fish sandwich. Nine members of the Southside Eagles attended Rally Day. The 4-H club members dis- cussed going on a field trip on March 22. The next meeting will be March 28. and is undecided where they'll meet. At the next meetinR" all 4-H members that haven't given demonstrations, are to brin, their demonstrations to the meeting. MR. AND MRS. FRED StucP of Cole road arrived home a weeR ago Friday after spending ahnost three months in California visiting their son at Downie. and daughter at San Diego and also visited rel- atives and friends at San Diego. Sherilyn Byrd Guild met at the home of Joyee Byrd and discussed plans for the spring sale. The Guild's candy sale is going fine and ideas were discussed for the fall projects. The next meet- ins of the Guild will be held at Marie NeaPs April 10. Visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Kadoun. Steve and Kim for the weekend are Mr. and Mrs. Glen Kratcha. Michael. and Shelley of Siletz. Ore. Skookum Ladies Club met at the home of Grace Collins of Lit- tle Skookum Thursday for a day of visiting. GUESTS OF MR. and Mrs. Fred Stuck spending the weekend were Mrs. James McCord and family of Tacoma, and Mrs. Vernon Stuck of Bremerton. Sunday visitor of Mr. and lrs. Fred Stuck were Mr. and Mrs. Merle Holloway and Mrs. Lonnie Stuck and baby. Visitors of Mr and Mrs. Ray Kratcha and Janice Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Glen Kratcha. Mich- ael and Shelley and John Kratcha. all of Siletz. Ore.. Clyde Landsaw. Jr. and Dan Cormier. New Trial Denied In Gondemnahon Action Judge Raymond Clifford denied a motion for a new trial by Time Oil Company in a condemnation suit in Mason County Snperior Court Friday. The case had been tried by a jury at the jury session of the court last November. The jury awarded Time Oil $600 for the land and an old building, former service station at Kamilclm taken by the new four-lane freeway, The oil firm claimed the prop- erty was worth $3,500. After hearing arguments by at- torneys for the oil company and the State Highway I)epartment, Judge Clifford ruled against Time Oils motion for a new trial. Step up the / ladder Lawton Lumber Go. Joe V. 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