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28, 1963 SHELTON MASON COUNTY JOURNAL- Published in "&apos;Christmastown, U.S.A.", Shelton, Washington PAGE 3 ...... ,|, L,, Center s Open Next'Week Panorama City. in Lacey, will from March 'il 7 especially for in Mason and COunties. at one end of the Golf Course is which when 1,000 people Units have been the open house. agenda is the con- eight plexes available for oc- ly. Next comes the 100 bed nursing recreation quart- apartments. of the retire- a lump sum charges. is the presi- aistrator of the Project and Roy administrative as- 4 for additional open house. Our: | N mmllui='m.mmlmi= Westport, Wash March 25, 1963 this letter for your readers to think season is just Lt Westport and areas. Fishing 15th of April 's going to he last year. read where new dock They've built offices next to Station and one down in this MENU APRIL 1-5 Wiener wink. mac- sticks, ap- gravy buttered pineap- e, milk Chili con carne. s, peanut but- jello with milk. soup and Salad sandwich. sticks, canned plums, milk. toas- fresh veg- cinnamon child's diet from Rexall I Phone 426-4642 FOREST MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE looks over Panhandle Tree Farm Timber Sales Con- tract. From left, George Curtis, County Exten- sion Agent, Montesano; Butt Smith, Forester, Weyerhaeuser Timber Company, Montesano: W. S. Looney, Forester, Simpson Timber Company, Shelton; William Kamin, Forester, Simpson Tim- ber Company, Shelton and Marvin Chouinard, Forester, Weyerhaeuser Timber Company, Cos- mopolis, make up the Panlandle Forestry Corn- mittee that manages the Panhandle Tree Farm. Second growth Douglas Fir stands will be thinned in the near future. Profits from the Harvest will go to devetop a better education, camping and recreational facilities for 4-H youngster.s in Mason and Grays Harbor Counties who own the tree farm. ,Mason County Extension Service Photo) area. As anybody knows, it's kind of rough down here during the winter. XYell, fishing season starts in less than a month and there's a lot of bad weather until about June. For the good of people going fishing -down here before June, you may think a life jacket is awful clumsy and gets in the way when you fish, but f (;:-a some of the experience of finding people a couple of days later that didn't wear any you would really change your mind. Last year was am exceptionally bad year for those kind of cases, so let's have a good fishing season and keep your boat floating upright all the time. Sincerely yours. Jerald E. Mallory SN--U-SCG. Sgt. Gary E. Hanson is now on ., leisurely motor trip to his Shel- ton home following his formal dis- charge from the U.S. Army yes- terday at Fort Hood, Texas. where he has been stationed since An- gus% 1961, Assigned to Company 4. 142nd Signal Battalion, 2nd Armored Division, doing crypto- graphy work. Sgt. Hanson is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Gene Hanson of 1107 Roy Boulevard and a 1958 graduate of Irene S. Reed high school. He took his basic training at Fort Ord. Calif., and was graduated from Army cryptography schdol at Camp Gordon. Georgia, before being assigned to Fort Hood. Victor M. Otto. fireman. USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Martin C. Otto. Shelton is serving aboard the dock landing ship USS Spiegel Grove, one of three ships partici- pating in a goodwill visit tO Africa. Here's a good substitute when small grass shrimp are not avail- able for use as chum to attract weakfish: oatmeal flakes in sar- dine oil. "COULDN'T GET 'EM any fresher or bigger if you tried". This is a.testimony about the oysters for the Shelton Yacht Club dinner Saturday at the Memorial Hall in Sheiton. Clinton Mifflin and his pickup load of beach delicacies show part of the haul made from the Mifflin beach on Hood Canal by club members to supply the best to the public invited to this annual feast being served from'4:30 to 7:30 p.m. Committees include co-chairmen Myrna Mifflin and Jane Windsor; Tickets. Mrs. Jim Eimlund, Ken Chap- man, Mr. and Mrs. Don Sperling, Dave Little and Willard Rublin: hospitality, Commodore and Mrs. Bill Windsor. Dr. and Mrs. Homer Frank. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Saeger: table decorations. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Franklin. Mr. and Mrs. Bill CarLson and Mr. and Mrs.Joe Ladley; Cooks. Clinton Mifflin. Chet Brooks, Jim Eim- lund. Elizabeth Rublin and Mrs. C. Starkly: coffee detail. Mr. and Mrs: Lloyd Ellis. Mr. and Mrs. Ra Hash. Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Whitcomb and Mr. and Mrs Joe Anderson: potatoes, Mrs. Ed Becket. Mrs. Berwyn Thomas. Mrs. Bill Merifield. Mrs. T. D. Dunning and Mrs. ten Osterberg; vegetables, Mrs. Ken Chapman, Mrs. Mel Robertson. Mrs. Dick Saeger and Mrs. Rocky Hem- broff: salads, Mrs. George Nichols. Mrs. Les Hanson. Mrs. F;oyd Thackeray, Mrs. F. Wright and Mrs. E. Gatchel: dessert. Mrs. Don McCuiston, Mrs. Richard Dickey, Mrs. Dave Little. Audrey Preppernau and Mrs. Chet Brooks: rolls, Mrs. Roy Kimbel, Mrs. Roy McConkey, Mrs. Dick Yaeger. Mrs. Jim Gilhland, Mrs. Harry Carlon and Mrs. Boy Collier; table service, Hank Burchill. Edwin Taylor, Tom Storey, George Nichols, Joe Anderson. Len Osterberg and Bob Miller; Pearl Divers. Richard Dickey, Willard Rublin, Jack Saeger, Ed Snell and T. D. Dunning. Couple Observes Anniver By Donette Glaser HARSTINE--Harstine Island's School Board race was finally de-I :;ided Drip week after tile eiec- lion At the tally at the close of the polls Sid Baunsgard led with 29 votes--H. V. Closer 28 George YVaite Jr. 27--Mac Tierney 26-- Austrid Saeger 7. But Harstine Precinct had 10 absentee ballots out--counted Monday at the audilor's office. Final tally gave 33 votes to H. V. Closer. 32 to George T. VCaite Jr. 31 to Sid Baunsgard. 27 Mae Tierney and 14 to A:strid Saeger. We are all extremely happy that so many good, reliable people chose to run for the School Board and that we had a good race. That so many, all registered voters with the excep- tion of 7 voted, which shows that there really is interest among Is- landers concerning the school. Saturday Gert and Jake Ziggler celebrated their 13th anniversary. Those attending a lovely dinner honoring Gert and Joke were Mr. and Mrs. Dick Seward and children of Olympia; Mrs. S. E. McQuillin and Catherine Hanson of Tacoma. Helen Lamers of Seat- tle and Mr. and Mrs. Gene Seward of Harstine. Belated anniversary greeting to Gert and Jake from all your Island friends. IIARSTINE ISLAND Teen-Ager Club really did them proud Satur- day night when they held a card party at the hall. They decorated the hall with a St. Patrick's Day theme. Pinochle and other card games were enjoyed by 40 Is- landers and friends. They, the Teen Agers wish to express their sincere appreciation to all those people who made their party such a wonderful success. The Larry Jerrells were very much smprised Friday afternoon when the had an unexpected "drop in guest". Drop in he did. in a S. J. 3 Piper Cub airplane. Iim Higginson, a resident of Can- ada. attending college at Belling- ham, was attempting his first solo cross country flight When he no- ticed his fuel gauge registered empty. Because of strong head winds his fuel supply was ex- hausted and his motor was sput- tering when he sighted the lovely sandy beach at Point Wilson. The lide was low and the sand made a race. smooth landing field. He and Larry Jerrells beached the plane above high tide. tied down the controls and called the plane's own- er. Mr. Brake and ordered more fuel. Mr. Higgenson accepted the Jerrells offer to spend %he night. Mr. Brake arrived on the 10:30 /Historical Society , girl. t,.ci,.ro,,.ds ,,,,,turai i,,;,. Seeks Oecende|s Married ,,me whi,h ,, Ko,- inn feels n-right he especially ',at- ferry with a supply of aviation uable include t]artsuclc or I-!art- fuel and was able to get the plane Of Mercer Girls :+ok Hills. Baxter Ha:tley, Buck- off the beach with no damage. !ey. Tingley, Elder. Liitlejonn. Young Mr Higgenson expressed When the Mson Count.y Histoc- Kelly, Trcen, lrown. McInto'ah, a desire to visit, the Jerretls again, ical Society holds its next regu- "vVebster. Cower, Gassett. and only promised to use a more con- " ventional method of "Dropping in". ,aI' meeting--next Monday eve- \\;ashbm'n. ning at 8 o'clock in the PUD  -= ............ Long thne Islanders. Sybie and building-one of the sidelights o:, Journal Want Ads Pay Earl Gillette of Roseburg, Ore.. the agenda will be an effort to! spent Thursday on the Island visit- locate a descendant of one (if the I ..................................... ing friends and relatives. The Gil- fmnous "Mercer Girls'" believed lettes have bought a place at either still living in Mason Corn:- I tO'irA|. ORDER OF Agate. near the school and all of ty or not long removed from here MOOSE us are hoping they will move back. The R L. McCullochs, Mrs. Mi I A request for mmh informaton ] about any of the "Mercer Girls". Shelton Lodge No, 1684 Moore, Mrs. Ed \\;Vilson, Mrs. Hazel I has come to Phil MurphY, score-  Gerry Hart, Weischeldorfer and son, .all were 1 tory of the historical society, from Governor callers on the Lu Carlsons, Sun- i Mrs. Janet Koltun a Northwest Phone 426-3047 free-lance writer at present living, Russ Morken. Secretary day. Mrs. Wilson is looking real I "' \\;yell and is looking forward to] in Washington. D.C. Phone 426-4071 returning to her home next month. Mrs. Koltun s endeavoring ,, Chet Streckenbach. who is a expand a collection of information MEETINGS HELD EACH member of the Washington State about the individual Mercer party 2nd and 4th Tuesdays Grange Committee on State In- members and is asking the help stitutions, has been visiting the of anyone who can supply infor- of the Month institutions on the west of the mation in tracing their families 8 p.m. Airport Cascades. He is preparing his re- who might be able to tell of the port for presentation to the State Grange Convention in June. Sunday evening Mrs. Helen {Gla- . ......... a+,.:.:,:,:::::.:!$::,:s:7- ser) Franieh and daughters Teri i.f .,.,+...,,.;iii and Mrs. Thelma McGrew of Fife HA .......... a:.:.:. ... ....... ..:<:'.; arrived on Harstine to stay over !i!iliii i' night with Helen's folks, the H.A. i}!iiiiiii ii}i} : ': ' +:': Glasers. Monday morning, daugh- ter. Margaret of Rosedale and daughter-in-law Bonnie Closer and And the stage is set in color! Vivid color is making new head- children. Sandy and Teri of Shel- way on the floor! No longer are homemakers satisfied with the ton joined them. \\;Veil folks you so-called "safe" colors. That's why this collection includes bronze can't get that many women m moss. bronze topaz. Riveria blue and many others. Come-in! one house on a sunny day with- You can add new life to weary rooms! out a bug of some kind hitting them Yep--Spring cleaning. They really enjoyed themselves and ha(] real good time polishing, clean- ing and plain visiting. Warren and Bonnie Yates and children. Connie and Harley and Thelma (Yates) Freshour arrived on Harstine to visit their folks, the t,-,Re,, Yates The Yates returned to Seattle Sunday, but lucky Thel- ma was able to spend a few days with her folks. DAHCE Agate Grange Sat., March 30 9:30 - 2 a.m. Music By THE TUNE TOPPERS b Dazrq Ileen,  t, ow th kid. go for thse b' 'ri- I wheels of luscious Dairy Queen dipl)ed | | in eremnv chocolate! Take home a [ package of 6 or 1I and keep 'era handy ! ! in,-ourfreczer. " I! $uy o supIy for,he Ms TODAY' ttt 0l;P OUlla lqo++: 0*,e*l+,m re+ And remember, "'DAIRY QUEEN" is Yov, r best place for BURGERS AND FRIES, too. FIRST AT CEDAR Pllone 426-8091 Attend The SPRING SHOWIHfi -- of Newest- Carpet Fab..' s & +Oeles This Friday, 8 p.m. at RE}[ FLOOI00 .O00E00tlt00 on Mt. View SHELTON'S FLOOR COVERING HEADQUARTERS Quaranteed Installations by Trained Mechanics R PIRST QUALITY - STARTS THURSDAY i .+-?&'+; N CHARGE IT! I 0 LISTEN TO RADIO STATION ings Department OPENERS .............................. $9 88 Steel $986 WEAR SETS .................... COlor and plaid $500 ND BLANKETS .................... cotton $588 BEDSPREADS ............ Shredded Polyurthane $200 WS - BOOT CADDYS ............ 501 Y TOWELS ...................... 50, Melmac SETS .............. '16 8u single control $1 0 00 BLANKETS ............ single control $900 BLANKETS " $8 88 dE LOUNGE ........................ * CHAIRS .............................. $4 44 lent LOUNGE PADS ............ $5 88 'E LOUNGES .................. $15 00 Shoe Department  6+;, and 12 $128s -SHOEs ........................ Droops $.88 $488 , asst. sizes ............  and Men's Department 10 A,, weather $14 8 COATS, zip-out lining, 38-44 .... Dress RAIN COATS, $9 88 Dark tones 38-42-44 ...................... 10 Italian Velour $18 O0 SPORT COATS, 37, 38, 39, 42 6 37-38 $15 00 SPORT COATS ............................ BATH ROBES, $6 65 Accetate and rayon, navy, wine 28 Short sleeve $1 50 SPORT SHIRTS, S-M .................... Rayon, Flannel, Plaid $3 00 SPORT SHIR'S, S and L ........... - Rubber on Rayon $3  RAIN JACEETS, M ..................... $6 88 26 +i,e+,+ned JACKETS, S-M-" ............................ 20 44 Lo.g s,eeve SPORT SHIRTS, s-M-L .............. 16 13 3/4-oz. denim $I 50 WESTERN JEANS, 36 x 30 ....... $::88 Brown size 7t//2 ..................... DRESS HAT, Women's Department 77 Pair discontinued : 430 N-ON HOSE ......................... 4126 10 5-14 wINTER coATS ....................... $2S8 12 White synthetic BLOUSES, 32-38 ............................ $488 2-piece, assorted materials SLACK SETS, 14-18 ........................ $4 88 Chenille ROBES, 14-16-18 ............................ $688 28 Pastel wool SKIRTS, 8-18 ................................... EE SHOW Boys' Deparlment K 8 Pair Cotton $1S8 FLANNEL PAJAMAS, 12-14 ...... 4 Pile-lined $466 JACKETS, beige, 12-14 ................ 25 cot,o. , $122 M FLANNEL SHIRTS, 10-16 ............ 13 Pair cotton $244 WASH SLACKS, 6-14 ................ I 0 white ,:otto,, 50" T-SHIRTS, size 12 ........................ 18 Pile-lined, asst. materials $588 JACKETS, 12-18 ............................ 3 ip.ou, ,aed, $58s A ALL-WEATHER COATS, 6 & 12 $1 22 80 10-oz. denim JEANS, 6-12 ................................... I]irts' Department 3 DAYS ONLY! APRIL 4-5 and 6 BUILD BABY'S PHOTO ALBUM WITH Beautiful ' photograph, ,+ T+o++ .,.. $ 59 + ,.,, ........................ for onl 3TRE'i'CHABLE TIGHTS, M-L 99 = Non-glare  Pal Flannci $144 lights PAJAM'AS, 10-12 ........................ . =i 9e ,-aminated Blue Denim $'700 COATS, 7-12 ......................... /! KiWAHi$ BAY APRIL ld PIXY PIN-UPS CLUSIVY AT PENNY'S PHOTOGRAPHER'S HOURS: 9:30-5:30 LUNCH HOUR; 12:00- 1:00 27 Girls' asst. s,zcs $244 bRESYKS .......................................... 2 piece, sizes 8-12 $f11188 SLACN SETS ............................... .1 4-14 $ J) 88 SKIRTS. asst. materials ................ ,,1 Toddler Pinafore $116 SL+i PS. I-4 ........................................ _it. Toddler $4 88 DRESSES ....................................... ..it. 8 20 2 8 sATURDAY, APRIL 6  1 P.I. AT BLUE OX THEATRE. TICKETS AVAILABLE 'V]iT} R+ PURCHASE AT PENNEY'S ONLY, BEGINNING MONDAY, APRIL lst! natural smiles. Do your baby-bragging with a beau- tiful photo. : ."worth more than a thousand words." Get a completely finished photograph for only-59. You will not be urged to buy but if you wish the remaining poses they're yours for 1.35 for the first, 1.25 for the 2nd and $1 for any additional AGE LIMIT 5 years. One or two children per family will be photographed singl for 59 each for the first picture. Each additional child under five, 1.50.