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28, ]963 SHELTON--MASON COUNTY JOURNAL--Published --A $). in "Christmastown, U.... Shelton, Washington i PAG E 13 llllmmRlmlmmmmmmmmmm I mmmmmlm m Ilmllllm IIIImllmmnwmml I LETTERS To The Editor Shelton, Wn. m regard to the of the river road sh Reservation. We the Nalley road road, which are used they are both county of Mason they grade a month, act touch the other, ed as much as the they have the by the river '. are several faro- river road daily, pay taxes just do. We pay Cars and tires, we gasoline and tax for our ears. ax on all the parts "is'77K'x.. rrs NEw- 1 FH AND ! TOO i for our cars and the condition of the river road wears a lot of parts out. A lot of steelhead fishermen {who a}'e white), use the river road to fish here, they also are taxpayers and they holler about the deplorable condition of the road. They have a right to holler, but not at the Indian. The finger should be pointed in the right place, at the County of Mason, and the crews who are supposed to keep up the roads. I feel as long as the grader has to come right by the river road, let the driver drop the blade down and do a little good. He sure is not going to wear out the blade up in the air. Yours truly, Thomas E. Pulsifer CORRECTING AN ERROR Editor The Journal: The story you had about the old jail house was wrong. I bought the old jail house and moved iL on the lot I bought from Mrs. Deer, lived in the lower floor and made apartments upstairs. Ray Starwich was one of my first renters. Mr. Deer had passed away several years previous. I sold the property hack to Mrs. Deer sev- eral years later. Yours truly, J. L. Red Parsons, Star Rt. i, Box 58 Union, Wash. BUYS COVS William Bourgault, Shelton, re- cently purchased four registered Angus cows from J. B. Myers, Olympia. Norcross EASTER CARDS and Lots of CANDY, leo at NELL'S PHARMACY 4th & Railroad WINTER IS OVER Employment Security Group Meeting At Alderhrook Inn Near Union By Ethel Daihy I Matters discussed at the busi- UNION--United States Assist-[hess session of the morning were ant Secretary of Labor Leo Werts, the Benefit Fashion Tea (today Washington," D. C., heads a con- with young and older matrons, ferenee group of some 25 members of the Employment Securities Dept. who are at Alderbrook Inn. The group arrived last Wednes- day and will remain on for the next ten days, checking out Satur- day. Dr. Shipman of the Univer- sity of Washington, who is also attending the conference, is moder- ator of the program: Basically-- the University of "Washington was retained to produce and organize the paths of the program events- relevant to Securities for the or- ganization. The Pacific Bell Telephone {Northwest) party comprised of department heads of the company and who have been at Alderbrook the past several weeks, are leav- ing for their home offices---this Friday. However a new group of the Northwest Paeifie Bell Co. are arriving, and will remain on for the entire session which ends May 10. Harlowe Stengel--top camera man for Parmnount Moving Pic- tures, Inc., of Hollywood, Calif., was a Monday, and also overnight guest at the Robin Hood Lodge home of Mrs. Don Beckman. Stengel and the late Don Beek- man having been close personal friends since their youth, and when both attended the night sehool art classes of Orre N. Nobles at the old time Broadway high school in Seattle (now Edison Vocational school). Stengel has been a fre- quent visitor on the Canal through the years renewing the old ties. He has accompanied Bob Hope and his entertainment troup on world wide tours of service men's camps, included among which were the latest plane trips to Greenland and Iceland. At the latter place he sought out a young airman, the son of friends who reside in West Seattle, and brought per- sonal cheering notes from the young man's parents. Stengel him- self is married and his wife and children and he reside near Holly- wood. Attending last Thursday's meet- ing of Hood Canal Woman's Club from Union were Mesdames Stark, Turner, Andersen and Dalby. There was a large turn out with some 27 members in attendance. Vice President Vera Shortsleeves again presiding during President Helen Thwaites absence. The hmcheon tables were gay with bou- tuets of spring flowers--daffodils, forsythia and purple heather add- ing a bright touch of color. Host- esses were Mesdames Dunkel, Red- mond and Seeva. Mrs. Rule Dickinson guest speaker of the afternoon gave a most interesting" and entertaining resume of her most recent trip and also tour of Australia, and also side tours. Her impromptu travelog held her audience in rapt attention. Mrs. Dickinson's ready flow of words and her descriptive phrases presenting a colorful and charming succession of pictdres for her listeners. The program left rnore than a few of Rule's friends wishing that her complete journal of her world-wide trips might soon be published, and presented for all to enjoy. New members joining the club were Dora Fredson of Shelton and Mrs. Dean of Potlatch. SPRING IS HERE ARRAN6E TO HAVE YOUR NOW UNIT CHECKED I Ninter, long and cold.., this was a test for your heating vant. Because of this, there will be more service work to , get them in shape for next winter. We are going to be able to take care of our customers, it be necessary to schedule our work. Will NOT sacrifice quality of service... No matter how busy We are, our standards will be kept. This means we iWill not hire inexperienced help or do poor workmanship. fall we don't want to turn anyone down.., or make Wait for service. 3rd duling the work now, you avoid any last minute in- ence. LTON FURNACE CO. Phone 426-4792 also a group of young debs, model- ing smart attire for the season. The fund derived to be used for the Korean child the H.C.WC. adopted for the year. Mrs. Edith Krause, Anne Rowe and Ilma Jenner head the t?ommittee in charge of the event. The date of the club's annual birthday dinner and parffy was set for April 30th, with the Hoods- port members in charge. The din- net and party is an event for mem- bers and charter members only, and means a good time for every- one except husbands, who either have to eat out--or at home, and without the. chief-cook. This will be the 37th anniversary of the Hood Canal Woman's Club's or- ganization. This energetic group of club women are one of the few to have an attractive and.:large club house of their own, and which they worked hard to acquire. The Art Exhibit was postponed until October due to full calendar of the club. Last Monday morning the sud- den illness of Margaret Buechel furnished a bit of anxiety and ex- citement for both she and her mother, Mrs. Dick Buechel. As the family doctor of Shelton was away from his office and ill himself, the distraught mother, unable Lo reach husband Dick by telephone, had to arrive at an immediate de- cision. She drove to Belfair, and consulted with Dr. Amoly Freese, who made an examination, then pronounced it appendicitis, advis- ing Mrs. Buechel to take Mar- garet right on in to Harrison Hospital at BremerLon. Mrs. Bue- chel again tried to contact her husband, but was unable to reach him as he was out on a job. She accordingly set out on the drive to the hospital with her daughter. Meanwhile Dr. Freese had phoned in to make arrangements with the M. D. in charge. Tests made showed s large white blood count, and so Margaret was in surgery, and out again in no time and soon on the improved list. After it was all over with father Dick Buechel heard of what had taken place, all of which he had had no part of. And it all ended very happily, Margaret was returned home Friday minus an appendix, but feeling pretty fine. And so was her mother. Eleanor, who had to arrive at a decision. and face it, pretty well by herself. 5H. AND MRS. Otto Wojohn entertained their two young grand- sons last week at their Union home. Brad Butler. Centralia. and Ricky Wojohn, BremerLon, really had a lot of run--.and grandparents Vojohn had a busy, but pleasant time. Marian Richardson was post- master Wands Nilson's helper last week, during Lucille Wojohn's ab- sence from her post. at Union post office. Last Saturday morning Lu- cille was in charge of the office while Wanda Nilson was attending a seminar at the University of Washington. Tillie Sherman is chairman in charge of the Cancer Fund Drive, and will name the women who are to assist in the work. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Deemer and children attended a Saturday night dinner at the Robert Bing- ley home at Hoodsport in honor of the Patron Saint of afild Ireland, St. Patrick. Mrs. Gerald Pieree is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. Y. Proctor, Madera. Calif. She was driven to her parents home by hus- band Gerald and eldest son, Danny who returned home last Tuesday night. Meanwhile Grandmother Lo- is Pierce and husband Dwight, took over the care of the two young twins, Mark and Brian. and also sent Gary and Allen on their way Lo school. Emma is expected to return to her Union home w4th- in a couple of weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Vern Morris an- nounce the arrival of a new son, born March 17 at Shelton General Hospital, the former Unionites having raised a first family to young maturity--the new-comer'e arrival is quite an event. APRrIL 16 IS THE DATE of the District Garden Club meeting at Hood Canal Woman's Clubhouse and with the Hood Canal Woman's group furnishing the luncheon--at $1.25. One of the highlights of the meet will be the Flower Show, flower lovers and home gardeners will have an opportunity to view the beautiful display and also be able to select new varieties to purchase. A coffee hour will give the mem- bers and guests a hospitable time in which to chat and become ac- quainted. Mrs. Lois Pierce is presi- dent of the Hood Canal Garden Club. The Award Banquet of the City Assoeiation of bowlers was an event of Monday evening at Moose Lodge Hall. A social hour at 6 p.m. was followed by the dinner at 7 p.m. Among women given awards were Edith Walter, and Betty Dean of Union. the duo having placed first in a double. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Gilliland recently returned from a winter vacation in California and Arizona, had as Saturday night visitors Mr. and :Mrs. Col,in Chase, a brother of Mrs. Gilliland and Waldo Chase. On Sunday the Gil- lilands motored to Port Angeles to visit their son and family. Mrs. Francis Ross--pioneer resi- dent of Fox Island. who attended ,,,,.schl there as a child and later [let, and served as principal of ,ame, place, made the trip to her old home. on Sunday a week go, by herself, enjoying.an out- oor picnic barbecue with old time "lenGs. Mrs. Pete Arkin is now em- ployed in the office at Alderbrook, lending Donna KirLland a hand. Shirley is the wife of Highway Pa- trol Officer Pete Arkin. Let us say what we feel, and feel what we say;' let speech harmon- lze With life.----Seneca ,SERVICEMEN ================================ i What's Doing : Lake Nahwatzel Get Fish Plant In i Among Our Preparation For Season's Opening By Joann Tupper Mrs. Gilbert Schmeltzer, MatIock. LAKE NAHVATZEL With A1 Tupper accomoanied William' fishing season due to open at Lake .James E. Durand, quartermaster seaman, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Phillip W. Durand, Shelton, is serving aboard the aircraft carrier USS Ranger, the site of the Feb. 14 c e r e m o n y commemorating Americas first salute from a for- eign power. The ceremony took 'place on the Rangers flight deck while the ship was anchor,ed off Sasebo, Japan. It marked the 185th anniversary inee John Paul Jones' frigate Ranger received, France's recogm- tion of the United States as an independent nation. R, iehard P. Hanson, hospitalman third class, USN, son of Otto R. Hanson, Shelton is serving aboard the ice breaker USS Staten Island presently surveying Antarcticas Palmer Peninsula and adjacent is- lands. Leonard E. Coutts, aerographer's mate first class USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford M. CoutLs Shel- ton, is attending Aerographer's Mate School at the Naval Air Technical Training Unit, Naval Air Station, Lakehurst, N. J S/Sgt. Stacy Myers was recent ly transferred from Turner AFB in Albany, Georgia to the 92rid Organizational Maintenance Squa- dron at Fairchild AFB in Spokane. With him is his wife, Selina, and their two youngsters, Terry and Toni. The Myers are former Shelton residents. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Lane. Mrs. Margaret Myers is his mother. Albert D. Pinney Jr., anti-sub- marine warfare technician first class. USN. son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert D. Pinney, Shelton. is sta- tioned at the Naval Ammunition Depot, Concord. Calif. He re- cently reenlisted for six years. David L. Kelley, airman. USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Archie L. Kelley. Matlock. is serving aboard the support aircraft carrier USS Lexington. which visited New Or- leans. La., Feb. 22-26. as Mardi Gras Kuests. New Orleans Mardi Gras of- ficials invited the Lexington crew- men to attend the annual cele- bration. KEEP gSHInGTOn li=--,Z=aUlm P.m=- '-i :u U=mL-a Nahwatzel April 21, the Depart- ment of Fish and Game planted 7,200 legal size fish in the Lake last Thursday. The Department of Fish and Game also built a cement boat ramp at the Public Access Area, just East of the Resort. Sunday afternoon visitors at Mr., and Mrs. James Bleeker's home were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Van Epps of Shelton. Mr. and Mrs. William MeKim- son of the State Fish Hatchery visited Saturday night and Sun- day at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Patten. Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Reeve family last Tuesday were Mrs. E. R. Young and Mike Waho of Rockaway, Ore. Mr. and Mrs. lV. N. Sisson and son, Bruce of Seattle visited the Reeve family last Sunday. Mrs. A1 Tupper and daughter Sand ra and Miss Charlene Smith drove to Seattle last Saturday to do some shopping. Thnrsday Mr. and Mrs. Richard Tupper and daughter Susan ac- companied by Mrs. Frank Cooper drove to Tacoma to do some shop- ping. Sunday visitors at the Cooper home were Mrs. Hanna Esgar, Mrs. Frida Treteen, Mrs. Frida Pleske, all of Tacoma. Later that evening Frank Cooper, Jr. returned to Pay- ne Field where he is stationed. Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Amel Tveit last Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Clive Pembroke of Hillsbor0, Ore., Mrs. Louie Fdrd, Mrs. Robert Lord, and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Webster, all of Bremerton. Mr. and Mrs. Roe Franklin had as Friday dinner guests Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Armstrong of Shelton. SPENDING a few days in Seat- tie and Kirkland visiting friends and relations were Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Hewson Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Ford had visiting then] Sunday and Monday, Mr. and Mrs Richard Boothe and son. Curtis of Seattle. Mr. and Mrs. Arehie Kelley and daughter, Betty and Doug Parker visited at the home of Mr. and TV SETS FOR REHT Don't Miss the Fun and Entertainment of Television TAYLOR RADIO ELECTRIC 4th &Cota 426-6602 Kingery and Gene Dunbar of Shel- ton on a drive to Westport to dig for clams last Sunday. Mrs. Allan Hickson and daugh-] ter, Susal] re.turned home last Sun- i day after spending two weeks vi- si{'{ng in Kansas and Colorado, They went to Wichita, Kan, and visited with Mrs. Hickson's grand- mother, Mrs. E. C. Remsberg, who is 92 years old and who has been i11. In Wichita they also visited with an aunt, Mrs. Ira Grcenawdt. After they left Kalsas., they visit- ed in Pueblo, Colo. with Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Remsberg, Mrs. Hick- son's father. They made the trip on the Train to Denver, and enjoy- ed all the pretty scenery and lots of sno,v. 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January 20 != a total performance test.of brakes, suspension and steering on the twist- klg Riverside sports car course, Dan Gurney drove a Ford hardtop to victory over 43 other stock cars. The 500-mile grind demonstrated Ford's superior stamina and road.holding. MONTE CARLO January 23 The '63 Falcon V-8 Sprints made their debut with a fantastic showing in the 2,500-mile Monte Carlo Rallye. Through Europe's worst winter weather they placed 1st and 2nd in class Besides this .. one Sprint defeated every entrant in the Rallye's six special stages PURE OIL TRIALS January 27 In a competition designed to test all- around performance, Fords were over- all winners in Class I and Class II in the Pure 0il Performance Trials at Daytona Their Iota/performance design added up to most total points in gas economy, acceleration and braking events. DAYTONA, FLA. February 24 Daytona "500" history was made when '63 Fords blazed into th first five places! 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