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t ......................... ,; 7 " PAGE 10 NtlLTON--MASON COUNTY 30URNAL -- Published in 'Ohri,vtma,fown, U.S.A.", helton, Washington Thursday, Mar , . ii i i m, i i i i . " .-- * II I I ' e " - .i; , v n =1 v . POr I'rojeol. Hear _ , J , J _ _ , a To.00her00 ab.00.t, On Former Resident At Recent Heeteng llpto 'rl{ Prgreslng On Schl fllknnual T Pl an ?mh ?2irv ek ,P skeavYcee s ta l, lorMaon Either Asian fhl or a reasonable grossing right on schedule and this tics and laundroma near Twanoi 44,=__:_ _ i .... L By ,ludy Von Ostcn whose wife passed away suddemy  facmmilie tbereof raised navoc ..................... r r """ ........... ALLY}I "Bn thda Club as lls F " ' ' __ year s DOOK prommes to De one o State tal'K ere revealed this I|ll(]Vl l''[ -- "' y ' t riday Mrs Hisano Yoshi- edFVWW wgkdeAIntihiyg%s;2lialads.eS Dave Valley advertising manager P';issbg, MthdayMoso'kobCn y BELFlyl'a:[bheFJt';'into lo- s*;S;iafa"l'e ';rdimI: WaSua v:;al bl':daae:ltanSdhe: 3':'v%sbhYb2e:; . _ " . Asian variety all the symptoms with Jackic Landis and Donna Lenhart and Gary C Gordon. " good friend Mrs Dorothy Gornick and his 'wife The funeral ill be ll oans on turmEure, were present. Due to the absence ..... Owen to do the typing have the ad- Seattle for ,.-6,400 for the construe- y-o-u,,s c,,,,,,,u,l':-- .... " ..... ,o Belfan'," (Clark) was able to be with us. Tuesdnv. March 26 at. the. Bat- ' of three elementary teachers it verhsmg layout nearly completed. Lion dnun't nund ton ,.d R,t  r.m As usual a very good pot luck stone Funeral Home m Shelton. automobiles, eqmp- was necessary to do sOm:v:nOUbbltntg Tom DMe, edr, witl, amtan Other building permits approved mittee of Evergreen Garden Club !unct was served and Lois made VICTOR LADIES CLUI. met at :i: up in cmssrooms na " P. eitors teram ,maw. tet alme' m,, ,.,; w rf, *0 members who are trvin to find nor tamous macaroni ano cneese the nome of Mariyn mnocns. They iLI  ment livestock or Eugene Frerieh and different high and Bill Stodden are busy compil- :t;'""27,'',^';.'.222:2 "' $',. the back-round of the name Mis with other members filling in with had election of officers Marilyn " _ - , , " t111L! ttttlt.Ull tU l'Stot[|;t', qUU; ' ,  ,, - - " school other security and take up to 48 months to repay. Credit/Life Insurance is avail- able. Phone, stop in or write: SERVICE FINANCE GO. 1241. Railroad Ave. , 8helton, Washington Phone 426-4447 various rooms. Mrs. Beryle "W. Faubert of Shel- ton substituted for Mrs. Blanche Hummel in fifth and sixth grades; Shirlee Murphy, librarian, taught Hilda Clift's third and fourth gra- ders; w, ith different high school girls helping out in the absence of Mrs. Kathryn.Vance, fi:st grade teacher. Adding to the confusion and problems, the electric motor which operates the steam boiler ceased to function, leavifig the . school without heat Thursday .afternoon Fortunately the sun came out bright and warm to keep the rooms at proper temperature. Dave DeFoer, custodian removed the motor and made a hasty trip to Shelton where repairs were made and it was back in service the same evening. girls were helping r0nt in ing material for the varions de- partments. Virginia Hollatz and Herbert Allen. second hand store, nil UlliUIni  WORK ON THE annual4s pro, VO'ICE OUT OF O-LUE Impending spinster (above) is thrilled by long distance call from lost boy friend, who suddenly remembers he has forgotten her, Both parties, joyous, reconcile and plan monogamy. You. too, can give happiness to many people (yourself included) by calling long distance to chat or get re-acquainted, Why not this evening, aft.r 6. when rate= are lowest? PACIFIC NORTHWEST BELL ( Here's Mercury's newest big sizzler:., the Marauder., .w.tl Styling that says "go"! Notice the slim, racy new hardtop roof. It's not only beautiful, its aero- dynamic styling reduces air resistance. Choose from two Marauders. A 2.door hardtop with a big Marauder 390V-8 as the standard engine, and,a Marauder S-55 Ishown above) with a 4-barret Super Marauder 390 V-8 as standard. Just about everything a sports-car enthusiast could want is aailable: bucket seats Now Available Onl, T**e 'UP $ pt 244,*ee Louisa Spalding are writing the prophecy and class will and Donna Owen has been. assigned the art work. Arrangements have been' made with Dean's Studio of Shel- ton to take the group pictures. They have already completed the individual photographs which are now being arranged on the proper pages. A special assembly for all high school gh'ls will be held on April 2 to heat' a talk by Helen E. Jo- hansseon, R. N., Instructor in the School of Nursing, Tacoma Gene- ral Hospital Miss Johansson wishes to em- phasize that the ever-increasing demand for hospital Services has multiplied the need for professi- onal nurses in most hospitals. She states that more than 11 per cent of the nursing positions In hospi- tals are vacant because of a grow- ing population, rapid new devel- opments in medical science, the public's growing awareness of the importance of good health care, demands for nursing in the public health field and home care pro- grams for the aged and chroni- cally ill. Since some of the solu- tion to this problem lies in the re- cruitment of additional student nurses, the Tacoma Hospital School of Nursing would like to expand its program of interesting candi- dates who mght be guided into nursing as a profession. Supt. French says that no other source provides as many recruits for the nursing profession as the high school; consequently it is evi- dent that a better than average academic achievement is essential if the student is to succeed in the profession. THE PUBLIC is reminded that the P. T. O. Benefit dance will be held at the Grange Hall Saturday, March 30. Local music will be pro- vided by Gerald Creamer's Combo. The sophomore class has scored another triumph in the Mary M. Knight social whirl with their St. Patrick's Day dance in the hig'h school cafeteria. Appropriate music was provided by amplifica- tion and if any snakes were hang- ing around they must have packed their duds in a hurry and moved on. And quite properly. Thomas Murphy, class sponsor, assisted by Mr.. and Mrs Dave DeFoer, cha- peroned the affair. The merryma- kers danced the twist in all IlY weird manifestations, adding num- erous original variations to this marvel of terpsichorean art. At least they had a whopping good time -- and that is what they came for. Refreshments of cookies made by the domestic science class were served along with an abun- dance of soft drink. Nancy Stod- den. class president, reports the event was a financial success, re- sulting in a tidy sum enriching the treasury. $2.000: Reynold E Mason. carport, $300:A1 Payette. wood residence, $500; T. B. Orr. wood residence, $10,000; Roger A. Pettitt. wood cabin. $800: Ralph Steffen. foun- dation, siding and stoop on resi- dence. $300; Stuel Contracting Co., storage building, $1.500: George Rowe. wood residence. $9.000. SEVENTH AND EIGHTH GRADES By Rene Perkins Our classes have been divided into three sections-- the North, the South and the West Each group will learn the views of the sec- tion of country they represent. Some of the topics under discus- sion are the causes results, battles and famous personalities of the Civil War. Round table discussion will be lmld when all the infor- mation is compiled. Famous poets and their poems have been the subject of reports given this week. They were dated from Shakespeare to Robert Frost. During the next few weeks the correct reading of poetry will be practiced. A new student. Leslie Arquette, enrolled March 18. Leslie Is a Seventh grader and has previously attended this school He is a cou- sin of the Spaldings. Supt. Eugene French and Coach 3ack Hogben attended the Tri- County League meeting at Aber- deen on Wednesday evening, March 20. The following resolutions were adopted regarding athletics: 1. Play Hollywood softball with baseball rules the last five weeks of the season. Ten inch ball speci- fied. 2. Girl's teams to play softball. I 3. Boy's games of 7 and 5 in-i nings to be completed. I 4. Next season's basketball sche- I dules adopted. Coach Hogben's boxing team is getting in condition for a number of smoker events. Boys presently signed up are: "Terrible Tom" Dale, Battling Bill" Stodden. Char- les Chappell, Jerry DeFoer, Alan "'Tiger" Tupper. Pat "Wildcat" Walker, Gene "The Marine" Breh- meyer, Dennis "The Menace" De- Foer and Jim Hollatz. A smoker will be held at the MMK gymna- sium tonight to give the boys some additional experience. Contestamts linedup for. smo- "ker at Moclips are the following: Dale 5'10", 158; vs. Wilson -- 5'10", 165; Stodden- 5'8". 140; vs. Kitner 5'8" 142 or Nichols 5'7" 140; Chappell 5'7" 152: vs. Brooks- 5'8", 165; J. DeFoer -- 5'10Uz", 144 vs. Cheney- 5'5" 150; Tupper--5'5", 108 vs. Shale-- 5'4", 112; Walker 5'8", 125 vs. Saux 5'6", 130; Brehmeyer--6'; Shields -- 5'6", 165; Ohter MMK boxers not matched at iVloclips are: Dennis DeFoer, 5' 7", and Jim Hollatz, 5'10", 152. ... a fully synchronized "4-on-the-floor* stick shift transmission.,, console. mounted dual-range Merc-O.Matic... engines that range up to an extra. high.performance Super Marauder 427 Y-8 with two 4-barrel carburetors. There are 7 eo00ioe transmission MERCURY teams in all.., and I01 other reasons why I g I MONrEe/V,UOrEREV cusTolu0 you should talk to your Mercury dealer. , _o=, OT. TV..,OR ,N[P, OUR., ,PRODUCTS OF ( MOTOR COMPANY...LINGOI.N-MERIY t)lit(4 Y" FOR f Y tHE SYPIL 4;]E DEPE3,1D#,DL, I PR,JS. Jim Pauley, Inc. 501 Railroad Avenue sion Creek. are stymied. Not that they can't get any information, there are any number of fascinat- ing stories . . too many in fact. What the club needs is written sonrce material for a proposed marker and planting at Belfair State Park. where Mission Creek enters the canal. And it seems that the earliest settlers of the community were doers, and too busy "doing" to write about it. Letters to the University, State Museum, etc. have drawn a blank. But perhaps somewhere in Ma- son County there is someone who bas. or knows where to find, some documentary information on the early Mission, when it was estab- lished and by whom. If so. they are asked to contact either Mrs. Calvin H. Mann. CR 5-3964; Mrs. James Huffman. CR 5-2473; or write to Mrs. Tom Gibson. care of Belfair State Park. Facts on the earliest beginnings of the park are buried deeper with each year, and club members will appreciate any information they can get now. THE PARK WILL be the scene of the club's May picnic, and in- vitations went out to other Gar- den Clubs in the area this week to be guests at the affair. Consid- er the weather trend this spring, arrangements have been made to have the picnic in the basement of the community church incase of rain. Plans for the event, and for the April 26-27 Rummage Sale at the P,U.D. building in Shelton to raise ftmds for the Scholarship Gift for a North Mason Graduate. were dis- cussed at the March meeting. Mrs. Earl Anderson was hostess at her South shore home. assisted by Mrs. Phill Rarey. Spring Vacation week. starting out with the usual rainy weather. is rather quiet . . . except for the mothers. But a flurry of events marked the weekend in the com- munity. A beautiful ceremony at the Belfair Masonic Temple last Friday evening saw Mrs. Dollie Parsons installed as Worthy Mat- ron. with Roy Mitchell worthy Patron for the coming year. Saturday Evening North Mason Seniors held their Senior Ball din- ner-dance at Alderbrook Inn, and the W.S.C.S. served a public din- ner at the Community Baptist Church. Sunday the Young Peop- le's Fellowship enjoyed a swan- ruing party at a Shelton pool be- fore their evening meeting. Mrs. Perry McDonald spent the weekend in Grandview, and Mon- day evening served as Installing Marshall for her mother, Mrs. Goulet. who took office as Worthy Matron of the Eastern Star chap- ter there. Miss Leslie McDonald, on vacation from the U. of W., was also present. Miss Jeri Matz is spending her vacation from the U with relatives in Bremerton, while her parents are in Mexico. And North Mason students Julie and Jeff Allen, whose parents are also in Mexico, are having a vacation of their own. As guests of the William Shearer family of the'North Shore they are spending the week in Sun Valley, where the Shearers have gone for a skiing vacation. ALSO ENJOYING skiing, in this case at Stephens Pass, is Miss Connie Harris, N.M. Senior. A number of other North Mason students find the week filed with the rehearsals for the coming Band Blast, and many will attend the Choir Concert in Sumner on Sa- turday. University students. Misses Ca- rol Mattus and Carolyn Freelin, with Miss Janet Peck of Olympia headed for the ocean for part of their vacation, spending Monday and Tuesday at Greyland. The film showing at Bear Creek Community hall sponsored by the Chuck Wagon Raiders 4-H group was a big success. Achievement pins were given out at this time, with awards going to: Kathaleen Riedle, '4 year; Debbie Rose, 3 year; Susan Collier and Patty Rat- nes. 2 year: one year completion; Dorothy Beard, Ronnie Griffith, and Sandra Johnson. An associate membership pin went to Doug Raines .and a one year pin to Steve Rose. New members of the group are: Sharon Davis, Linda Greatorex, Gary Griffith, Linda Griffith, Skip Parker and Connie Sidwaski. Reality Scientist Sermon Subject Freedom from materiality, bon- dage of any sort, will be empha- sized at services Sunday at the Shelton First Church of Christf Scientist. Highlighting the Scriptural se- lections from the Lesson-sermon on the subject "Reality" will be this passage: "The night is far spent, the day is at hand: let us there- fore cast off the works of dark- ness, and let us put on the ar- mour of !,ight" (Rom. 13:12). From 'Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures" by Mary Baker Eddy this citation will be read: " Perfectmn underlies reali- ty. Without perfection, nothing is wholly real. All things will con- tinue to disappear, until perfec- tion apPears and reality is reach- ed" (p. 353). LIQUOR SALES Sales at the State Liquor Con- rol Board store in Shelton were 21,874.65 during February, the board reports. This was made up of $19,264.58 in retail sales and $2,610.07 in Class tt sales. other dishes. There were 15 mem- bers present and two guests. I'm sure everyone enjoyed the visit with Dorothy, we only wish she could stay in Allyn longer. Mrs. Fred Lockwood will be hostess for Birthday Club next month. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Gordon of Seattle and Mrs. Jane Marx, old and dear' friends of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Terrell spent last Wednesday at the Ten'ell home. Mrs. Dorothy Qornick has been staying with Mr. and Mrs. Harold Brown. she also spent a night with Dorotlty Watson. She enjoyed din- net with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Stock and their daughter and her family, Mr. and Mrs. Don Young and children last Wednesday evening. We M1 hated to see her fly home to Gardner. Mont. Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Don Cm'liss of Belfair spent the evening with Mr. and Mrs. Don Beeson Friday. Mrs. Johnson and Mrs. O'Dell of Portland spending Spring vacation with their children at home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Izett, surprised their mother with a Birthday Party last Tuesday. Mrs. Clevelands two other daugh- ters, Mrs. Virginia Lever of Seat- tle and Mrs. Howard Haley of Ta- coma. joined with Blanche Cleve- land. Marvel Cleveland, and Grand- ma Cleveland to surprise Vera. We hope you have malty many more I Birthdays as happy as this one. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Young of Seattle dropped by to visit the Don Beeson family on Saturday evening. MRS. ESTIIER VALLEY was honored guest at the "Replenish- ing Shower" this naonth. She was honored last Monday night. Esther was very pleased to receive the many lovely towels, tablecloths, pillow eases, and sheets. Due to illness a number of our members could not come. Those of you who weren't there sure missed a good time and some mighty delicious food. Next gal to be honored will be Mrs. FIora Bennett of Minter- creek so we will have to put on our traveling shoes. A date to everyones satisfaction will have to be worked out. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Izetts two grandsons. Dennis and Jimmy Ha- ley of Tacoma spent the weekend in their grandparents cabin. They plan to come back over during Spring vacation. Pack 537 of Allyn held their monthly Cub Scout meeting March 14. Many artistic and colorful pro- jeets were on display all made by the cubs. Cub Master. Del Griffey the following awards: Jim Kowal- zyc, Bear Badge, Golden Arrow and Silver Arrow. Mike Amacher, Silver Arrow, Lyle Stormo, Bob- cat Badge Allyn and Victor offer deepest sympathy to George Yoshihara, If Enoch was voted president; Patty Schillinger, Vice President; Bey Archer, Secretary; Helen Yoshiha- ra, Treasm'er. Gameg were played and Betty Nelson and Helen Yo- shihara were winners. Refresh- ments were served and next meet- ing will be held at Betty Nelsons. We would like to welcome two new families recently moved into Allyn. They are Mr. and Mrs. ! Grants formerly of Belfair; and Mr. and Mrs. Lonon from 21 Palms, Calif. The Hobo Club met at Barbara Dahls. Betty Edwards and Patty Schillinger were winners of games. Birthdays celebrated were Daphane Archer and Patty Sehillinger. Next meeting will be at Bey Archers. Mr. and Mrs. Jewel Von Osten, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hirsch, Mr. mtd Mrs. James Von Osten and Karen and Shari were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Melville Hemphill last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Terrell spent a lovely weekend with friends Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Wolfe in Seattle, They left early Saturday to have dinner with Wolfes and to spend the night and part of Sunday. Mrs. Ruth Matson and children dropped by Mrs. Margie Beeson Sunday to visit for a while. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hirsch, Mrs. Susie Von Osten and Karen, and Mrs. Lois Terell spent Monday in Shelton shopping and having hmch. For Easter Permanent Special This is our regular $20.00 permanent and includes hair cutting. and i Special for Children I we spec,i "[U [ and I i V I RayetteJ _ _ P ermanei Edward's Beauty 114 S. Fourth St. You Have It -- KEEP IT -- W t DARIGOLD 2% If You Don't Have It GET IT with DARIGOLD 2 % So Fresh So Nutricious So Delicious and, so very kind to the waistline! A quality product of /I KITSAP-MA$ON DAIRY]00,