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14,19g &apos; ,%LTON--MAZON COUNTY JOURNM:]- Publiahed ill Chqsf.masfm{%,-U.g.A.", Ztelton, \\;VaChiagton. ;PAGE a . i  " A| A . i R! I" l .... I.I,,-,r--, "''''''''''"--------" ...... ' ........... ; If you planto pick nettles wea ';:i/ l' UIIIIII IIUOUbpUIL " : . ]l gloves or the sting from bare watzel lOfll elSOn 00electeo As rlofleer .... . . ,,,,L_.- ,.,_:__ i w,, ,... 00Fge00r = .... ,"-:= _ ..... . . _ . ttesloent uccumDs wr.at . m--g , hours F"" aIL| ' Olympia Frances Kern 65 died ' -' ..... Z?Y',o, Couple Parents School Forest Feshval Pnncess Amona Our ; . ent Special r Mrs. Kern was ,orn in votlatcn  | IA [ li A l]y Betty Ann Shero Mr. and Mrs. Vic Auselh, Mr. and and raised in Hoodsport as Olym-  illll$111l[i  I  UT New boil Mrsr,. .... 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By Joann Tupller LAKE NAHWATZEL.--Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Diggle, Jr. welcomed a 9 lb. 7!. oz. baby i)oy, Tyler Lee, born last Thursday, March 28 at Shelton General Hospital. He has two sisters Terri and Toni, and a brother Timmy. Drop-in guests at Mr. and Mrs James Bleeker's home last Sun. day were Mr. and Mrs. Pat Pat- Lerson of Shelton. Dinner guests that evening at the Bleeker home was Mr. and Mrs. Dorsey Golf of Union. Eddie Dawson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Dawson had as weekend guest, Mike Byrd of Shelton. Saturday afternoon they all drove up to Rainier. Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Archie Kelly over the weekend were their grandchildren,' Susan and Steven Leggett of Hoquiam. Sunday eve- ning guests, Mr. and Mrs. Wil- liam McKinson, Matlock, Mr. and Mrs. Wes Goodburn, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Goodburn, Mr. and Mrs. Hec- tor Barbour, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Chamberlin, all of Shelton. Later in the evening they all attended the dance at Matlock Hall. Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cooper over the week-end were Sgt. and Mrs. Robert Cunningham and sons, Mike and Donald, sta- tioned at Fort Lewis. Also spend- ing the weekend were Frank Coop- er, Jr. and Eddie Holmes, both stationed at Payne Field, in Ever- ett. THURSDAY Mrs. Frank Cooper accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Math- ews of Elma to pick up their daughter, Mrs. Bertha Carpenter, who had been in a hospital there recovering from an automobile ac- cident two months ago. They moved her to the Shelton General Hospital Thursday aftezmoon Mrs. Cooper visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. McClanahan of Shelton. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Springer visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Springer of Brinnon. Mrs. Lawrence Hansen is in Seattle with her mother, Mrs. Edith Profitt, who is in the Swed- ish Hospital there after a recent accident in which she broke her hip, they operated on her last Thursday, and I am happy to re- port she is doing fine. SUNDAY GUESTS at the home of Mr. and Mrs, Allan Hiekson was Mr. and Mrs. John Peterson and son of Astoria, Ore. Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Hewson ac- compaflied by their daughter Mrs. Phil Parker attended the Legisla- tive Assembly at Olympia last Monday. Visiting the Hewsons last Mon- day evening were Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Killough of Dayton. Last Friday Mrs. AI Tupper and Mrs. Art Palmer of Matlock drove to Aberdeen to do some shopping. Mr. and Mrs. Art Palmer, Mat- lock, Mr. and Mrs. A1 Tupper, John Tupper and Mr, and Mrs. Dick Tupper enjoyed the dance at Mat- lock Hall last Saturday night. The dance was sponsored by the Par- ent Teacher Organization of Mary M. Knight, with music by the "Torches." A nice group of people attended. IN ACCIDENT Mrs. Martha A. Franz, 80, for- met Shelton resident, was report- ed in good condition after an ac- cident recently when she was a passenger in a car which struck a parked vehicle in Portland. CALL: & Railroad Bob Wolden  426-8231 Cota Bu Rose  426-8231 EASTER FOR i;i! :),   ; i!Q!i!iii!ii (iiiii,it !i Six Shetland Sheepdog (Toy Collie) Puppies Will To Go For Easter. They Are All Registered, Three Females. leady to Go About May 10 Will Be Registered : Ptaeranians, one Black, Two Sables and Some aegistered Toy Fox Terriers. IJD SERVICE--Champion Shetland Sheepdog - Small POmeranian. Toy Fox Terrlers. I: A N N K E N N E L S St. RL. 2, Box.137 Shelton, Washington I PIONEER Toni Olson. daugh-I ter of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Olson \\;VaN C}IOSOn to serve aS princess of the Pioneer School District in the Mason County Forest Fesli- val festivities. Toni, a seventh grader, was chosen throllgh all impartial drawing of all seventh grade girls, who had not served )reviously as a princess. The pr'in- eess will be part of the Pioneer School's parade float of which {rs. Jack Shero is chairman. The honor roll for the third quarter was announced Monday by Byron Deffinbaugh, principal of Pioneer School. Students receiv- ing B or better grades were Kim Sowers, Linda Auseth, Jean Deffin- baugh, Eric Stroud. Glenn Lock- wood, Linda Okonek, Diana Tokos. Alan Fitzthum, Jim Okonek. Brock Shero, Toni Olson, Randy Pahner. Brad Shero, Jim Vii< Joan Au- seth and Lynn Deffinbaugh. Pioneer's School Board will meet Tuesday evening beginning at 8 ).m., in the school. All interested parties are invited to attend. The Agate Sewing Club met Thursday evening in the home of MR. AND MI{. Malwin Chris- tianson are the prolld parents of a. son. Shawn Adam. Besides his parents Shawn is beine: welcomed by sisi.erq Shannon and Rachel. and brothers. Joel and Brett. Con- Kra.tulations to the Christianson's on their wonderful family. Mrs. Pearl VanderWal spent Monday night with tle Corky Dickinson's of Deer Creek. The Lyle Auseth's were Sunday afternoon visitors of the Cliff Vandm'\\;Val's. The Norm Castle's spent Sun- day in Salem, Ore., where they bowled ill a tournament with a group from Shelton. While in Sa- lem they also visited relatives. The Pete VanderWal's and Mr. and Mrs, Peter VanderWal spent Sunday afternoon on Harstine Is- land helping Itugo Glaser cele- brate his birthday. Southside 4-H Lucille Vander\\;Val. Six lnembers Clubs Make Plans and two guests, Mrs. Elsie Van- derVral and Mrs. Marie VanderVqal were present.." For Activities Attending a midnight supper in honor of Jack Shero's bh'thday Satnrday night were Mr. and Mrs. Ray Stevens, Mr. and Mrs. Cliff VanderVral. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Strope, Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Vander- \\;Val, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Strope, ISR Class of 1948 reunion plan- ning meeting, 8 p.m., home of .Toe Townsend. Navy Mothers Club, 7:30 p.m,, Memorial hall. Olympic Optometric Society, 7 p.m., Colonial house. Donnie J. Or(hopedie Guild plant and rummage sale, 9 a.m. bers met at Mrs. Bob Quimbys March 28. Kenny Bare gave a de- monstration on a salmon sandwich. All lhe 4-H members received their 4-H emblems for their sweat- shirts. Memhers of the Southside Eagles 4-H club went on an out- in K March 22. they all enjoyed going through the Police Station and Fire Hall. A birthday cake and cold drink were served for a treat at the 4-H meeting to cele- brate Bobby Quimbys birthday. The Southside Eagles are .having . meeting this Thursday April 4 at Mrs. Katherine Bracy's and all 4-H members will give demonstra- tions. On April lg the 4-H mem- I)ez's will give their demonstrations for the Mothers. AIICADIA FIRE Department No. 4 meets on April 9 at. the Little Skookum Commmfity hall. Arcadia Club meets at the home of Ada XVandell April 17. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. Krie- Iels, Sheila and Cheryl for the v,'eekend were Mr. and Mrs. Jim Tucker and family of Cloverdale. Ore. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Ellis and family of Puyallup, and Mr. and Mrs. IRon Freeman and family. Four Leaves 4-H clnb members meet Thursday with a short busi- ness meeting and refreshments were served by their leader Mrs. Bakke. Members discussed a swim- ruing party April 20 after their demonstrations Diane Symcs gave a demonstration on how to make an egg sandwich, reported Kathy Ness. Shelton General Hospital Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Anderson, Rt, 2, Box 864 a boy, March 28. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Watson, Allyn, a boy, March 28. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Digg'le, Rt. 2. Box !73. a boy, March 28. M'. and Mrs. Thomas Porten, Rt. 1, Box 266, a girl, March 29. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Brisbane, St. 1, Box 241 A. a girl, March 29. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Perrine, Jr., Rt. 3, Box 482. a boy, March 30. Mr. and Mrs. John Strong, Rt. 1. Box 151, a boy, March 30. Mr. and Mrs Edward Voodard, 806 Fairmount. a girl. March 31. Clhfic Ilospital Mr. and Mrs. William H. Han- nah. Rt. 11. Box 233 B, Olympia a boy, March 27. next to library. Daughters of Pioneers. 12:30 p.m. hmcheon, Memorial bldg. Rotary Club round table, noon, Ming Tree Cafe. Rotary Club's ammal post-sea- son basketball banquet. 6:30 p.m., Mt. View school, honoring High- climber players and their mothers. Public welcome. 40 & 8 Voiture 135 annual past chefs night, The Grove (Potlatch] dinner 7:00 p.m. Friday, April 5 Retired Teachers meeting, 1:30 p.m., home of Mrs. \\;V. S. Rem- pel. DeMolay Mothers Club rmn- mage sale, PUD bldg'. Zonta Club rummage sale. !t a.m., old Journal bldg. W'CTU luncheon, 1 p.m.. home of Mrs. Blanch Bell VFW Auxiliary, 8 p.m.. Memof ial bldg. Donnie J. Ortho pedic Guild plant and rummage sale. 9 a.m.. next to library. Saturdqy, April 6 DeMolay Mothers Club rum- mage sale, PUD bldg. Zonta Club rmnmage sale, 9 a.m., old Journal bldg. VFW Ham shoot, 10 a.m - 4 p.m., State Patrol rifle range. VFW sponsored teenage dance, 9-12 p.m., Memorial hall. Drivers license examiner. 10 a.m. - 5 p.m,, police station. Sunday, Apirl 7 Shelton churches invite you to attend the church of your choice. Monday, April 8 County commissioner's meeting, 10 a.m., courthouse. High school Olympic League track, Shelton vs. Bainbridge and South Kitsap, Loop Field. 3:50 p.m. Tuesday, April 9 4-H Leaders Council. 8 p.m. Ex- tension 6ffice. WSNA meeting, 8 p.m.. home of Nancy Cunningham. Dirt Dobbers Garden Club 10 a.m., home of Mrs. Russell Seh- roeder. Kiwanis Club luncheon, noon, Memorial hall. City commissioner,s meeting, 2 p.m., city hall. School Board meeting, 8 p.m. Evergreen school. Ruby Rebekah Lodge, 8 p.m., IOOF hall. High school Olympic League baseball, Shelton vs. Central Kit- sap, Loop Field, 3:50 p.m. Wednesday, April 10 Drivers license examiner, 10 a,m. - 5 p.m., police station. High school Olympic League baseball, Shelton vs. West Brem- erton, two games, Loop Field, 1:00 p.m. Thursday, April 11 WWI Veterans Auxiliary pot- hick, 6:30 p.m., Memorial bldg. Rummage sale, 9:30 a.m., CUD bldg., proceeds to Tuberculosis Assoc. Rotary Club hmcheon, noon, Ming Ti;ee Cafe. Shelton-Mason County Chamber of Commerce monthly member- ship meeting, Shelton Hotel din- ner 7:00 p.m., business meeting 8:00 p.m. High Low Precip. March 27 ................ 51 40 1.00 March 28 ................ 47 34 1.02 March 29 ................ 52 37 .98 March 30 ................ 45 36 .44 March 31 ................ 51 35 .06 April 1 .................... 51 29 -- April 2 .................... 56 30 -- NOI1|HS YOU CAN TURN SHELTON UPSIDE DOWN--BUT YOU WON'T FIND BETTER ALL.AROUND SERVICING FOR YOUR CAR THAN YOU CAN GET AT... Hood Canal and founder of Min- erva Park. , ............. | Mrs. KorE \\;vas all active mem- ber of Eastern Star in Union and later in the Bellingham chapter. Survivors include a son, Karl Kern. Bcllingham: a daughter, Mrs. Minerva Hunt Spokane" 2 brothers. Wallace Hanson, Hood- sport, and Buster Hanson, Oregon; a sister. Mrs. Agnes Granger, Everett: 1 grandchild. Sidney Jarvis, 62 Dies In Seattle Sidney Scott Jarvis, Hoodsport, died in the Seattle Veterans hos- pital March 27. 1963, Mr. Jatis was born April 21. 1900 in Che- weah. Wash. He had been a resi- dent in Mason county for 42 years. Mr. Jarvis was a mechanic by trade. He was a member of the Masonic Lodge. The funeral was held at 2 p.m. Tuesday at the Batstone Funeral Home. Rev. Wesley Gain officiat- ed Interment was in Shelton Me- moriai Park. Survivors include his wife, Est- her Jarvis, Hoodsport; 2 sons, James, Potlatch and George, Hood- sport; 1 step-son, Merle Lindgren, Mossyrock; 1 step-daughter, Gloria Cox, Seattle. 1 sister, Mrs. Morris Welch Sedro Wooley; 2 brothers, Lea Jawis Cashmere Wash. and Frank Jmwis, Auburn. County Pioneer Taken By Death Ida H. Heintzlman, 4, died in Seattle, March 30, 1963. Mrs. Heintzlman was born in Mason county to the pioneer Willey fam- ily. She moved to Seattle ii 1947, where she was a member of the Seattle Presbyterian Society. The funeral service was held in Seattle Tuesday. Suzivors include a son. Boyce R. Heintzlman, Seat- tle; a sister. Miss Adelyn Willey, Huntington Park, Calif. Clara Regal, 77 Dies At Home Clara Regal, 343 So. 2nd street, passed away at her home March 27. 1963 at the age of 77. Mrs. Rogal was born in Missouri Jan. 30. 1886. She made her home in Mason county the past 40 years. The funeral was held at 2 p.m. Monday at the Batstone Funeral Home with Rev. Mason Younglund officiating. Cz'emation followed in Tacoma. Surviviors include 2 brothers. Oscar A. and Edward E. Keth, St. Louis. Missouri: I sister, Mrs. Am- elia Buzzetta, St. Lolus. Missouri, Dave and Jerry Rogers, sons of Mrs. Emq Owen. Shelton, are both home on leave from the Air Force. Dave is stationed at San Antonio. Tex. Jerry was stationed at Sa- lina, Kan., and will go to New York when he rctm'ns to duty. James E. Durand, quartermaster seaman, USN. son of Mr. and Mrs. Phi|lip V r. Durand Shelton, is serv- ing aboard the Seventh Fleet air- craft carrier USS Ranger, which arrived in Yokosuka. Japan, Feb. 25. for a two-week stayin port. Grant O. Hartline, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Hartline, She1- ton is undergoing nine weeks of basic recruit training at the Naval Training Center, San Diego, .Calif., with graduatiou slated for March 22. Journal Wanl Ads Pay Emerson TV and Stereo al Johnny's Husic Box 205 Gota St. Coming Your GIGAN $00LE BUY ONE ITEM AT ITS REGULAR EVERYDAY PRICE ,oo o- TWO McGONKEY'S DRUG rCENTER EVERGREEN SQUARE I I I I If You Have It .- KEEP IT -- With DARIGOLD 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 qualily product of J. & J. SERgICE RICHFIELD PRODUCTS 1804 Olympic Hiway N. 426-3959 KITSAP-MASOR DAIRY Shelton Plant at 3rd & Grove Phone 426-4473