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SHELTON--MASON COUNTY JOURNAL Published in "Christmastown, U.KA." Shelton, Washington $id Jarvis, Hoodsport Garage O00eratu, 00ies g00ex00ectedlv HOODSPORT -- The eonnmmity wa.s Mmcked by the unexpected death of Sid Jarvis last Wednes- (ay in the Seattle Veteran's Hos- pital. He had operated the garage up until  few days before enter- ing the hospital for surgery but suffered a fatal heart attack be- fore it was ever performed. Sid had lived in ttoodsport for 42 years except for a few years during the war. Our sympathy is ex- tended to his wife, Esther, and the surviwng children. A host of friends attended the funeral ser- vices in'Shelton Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Cox and children have just returned from Hawaii and are at present with Mrs. Jar- vis. Mrs. Cox ,s the former Gloria . Bear, daughter of Mrs. Jarvis. A beautiful cocoa brown pigeon  came to rest in the yard of the Lemeul Roes at Potlatch more : than a week ago and is still there. i Don't be tied to m a Gas Pump... cuts gas and oil cost in I J half 4-Cycle, 4-cylinder, 'OMeL,T= / 55 HP * no gas-oil mix .. Automotive-type reli- ability Don't limit your outboard- ing to short trips between gas docks[ The new Homelite 4-Cycle-55 lets you go twice as far on every dollar's worth of gas and oil. 4-Cycle, auto- motive-type engine burns gasoline only, not a mix- ture of gas and oil, Actual tests prove that you get  more power , , . more wokk, =.^. speed.., more miles per ---" smalffdown dollar with a Homelite. L[  payment L,'- " HOOD CANAL MARIHA AT UNION -- PHONE 898-2252 COME /NAND HAVE A FREE TRIAL RUN TODAY/ i It is wearing a gold band on it's 1 right leg. Call 877-5468 if you are 1 mmsing a pigeon! Mrs. Mildred Allen has entered the Botts Nm'siJg Home. Mrs, Allen has lived in our community about ten years but recently ill- ness has made it impossible for her to continue living alone. This plucky little woman is missed by her friends and neighbors. Her sis- ter, Mrs. Bessie Hudak, Wilker- son. is readying the home to be sold. A BULLDOZEII recently made euick work of destroying the homo formerly occupied by the 'rumas at the entrance of Finch Creek Road. Flames leaped high in the air as fire was set to the huge pile of debris scooped up in a mat- ter of minutes. Construction has already begun on the buildings to house the Stacel's equipment. Rev. and Mrs. Leonard Parrott and their children were guests at potluck dinner at Hood Canal Community Church after set-vices Sunday. Len and Audre, a.s they are more familiarly known here, plan to leave this summer for Bra- zil. They will spend a year in lan- guage school prior to teaching Brazilians in a Training Institute for Child Evangelism. The child- ren are spendng this week with their grandmother. Mrs. Lem Roe, while their parents are attending a convention in Me. Vernon. Tonight is an important evening Ior all the music students in gra- des four through 9 and their par- ents and friends. Richard Endicott is presenting his students in a Gay Nineties Spring Musical. Admission is free and the pi'ogram will get under way at 7:30 p.m. The band will be preforming as well as the Girl's Glee Club and individual students. This program will be in the Hoodsport School. choice--for high value, low cost life insurance, Contact me today! %ii00iiii00iiii;i:;il 2325 Callanum Street, 426 -2428 / STATE FARM q rife Insurance Company | .W | IH'oma Office = Bloomington, Illinois L* I Aliyn gouple Parents of Son Born Last Week By Judy Von Oten ALLYN -- Mr. and Mrs Gene Watson were proud parents of a baby boy last Thursday morning. He weighed 7 lbs. l/fi oz. and lley've named him Gary Alan. Be- sides being welcomed home by three sisters. Martha's mother, Mrs. Stella Cameron welcomed her 42rid grandchild, and Gene's folks, Dorothy and Harris welcomed their first grandson. We all offer cur congratulations to you and your new son. Mr, and Mrs. Earl Terrell spent last Wednesday in Tacoma shop- ping. We were sorry to hear Mrs. Sal- ly Anderson fell and sprained her ankle. Mrs. Charlotte Van Slyke was honored Thursday night by a Pink and Blue Baby tShower. Little Kimberly was given some very lovely gifts and will be one of the best dressed baby's in Allyn. There were 30 gtlests in attendance. Two games were played and Miss Bar- bara Kowalczyk and Mrs. Jane Van Slyke were winners of prizes. Refreshments were served by hos- tesses Mrs. Echo Matson, Mrs. Fran Peterson and Mrs. Dee Sar- gent. Mrs. Billie Thurneu, Mrs.-Blan- che Zeitner. and Mrs. Martha Di- shon were callers last Tuesday afternoon at Mrs. Susie Von Os- tens. MRS. EMIL Gaetana called on Mrs. Earl Terrell last Tuesday afternoon. North Mason Annual Music Blast will be held Friday, April 5 at 8 p.m. They will feature the senior band and choir and the "Yachts- men" Their recently recorded re- cord will also be on sale. Tickets will be on sale at the door; $.75 for adults. $.50 for students, $.25 for children. We hope to see all of you there. Let's not forget the ambulance meeting tonight at 7:30 p.m. The meeting will be held at Dorothy Griffey's. Mrs. Margie Beason and Mrs. Judy Von Ostcn spent last Wed- nesday shopping in Bremerton. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Borden and family were callers on the Howard Wynn family Sunday afternoon. Elementary P.T.A. will 'meet April 4 at 8 p.m. at the Belfair Elementary scllool. The delegatmn that went to Mexico will sllow movies taken in Mexico; they will discllss the comparison between scimols here aud in Mexico. The majority of elementary teachers were able u) go and this meeting should be very interesting. Nominations for election of of- ricers for nex year will be held. Nominations for President, Karl Scott; Secretary, Betty squires; Treasurer, Gloria Kronquist. Nomi- nations will be accepted from the floor. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Noels were dinner guests at Mr. and Mrs. PUT @ 15 Place Setting Capacity Completely Mobil Flush-A-Way Refuse Disposal Vinyl Coated Sound-Proofed Interior G.E. Textolite Tile Top s 30 DAYS '1380o Satisfaction Money.Back Guarantee , Buy Today We Kamilche Couple Returns From Visit To California Relatives By Frances Simmons KAMILCHE -- Ed and Grace Petty returned home Monday of last week. completing a three week trip to California on which they travelled more than 2.000 miles. They visited their son Harvey in Richmond, Calif. and also Marvin Van Bargen also of that city. They called on Les Grate. Mrs. Petty's brother in Eureka and on the Co- ady Craddick's also in Eureka. A coincidence was that same day Mrs. Glenn Gardener of Mill Creek was also a visitor at the Craddick home. They motored through the beautiful redwood highway and toured the Simpson red wood mill a,t Area to, Calif. We are sorry to report the ill- ness of Mrs. Adla McDonald who hasibeen confined to the hospital in IlVIcCleary for the past two weeks. Word is that she will be rerunning home in a few days which is good news. Mrs. Mike Krise has also been in the hospital in Shelton and ex- peels to be transferred to Seattle shortly for surgery. A speedy re- I covery is wished for her also. t Mr. and Mrs. Dan Wood and David made a business trip to Cen- 1 tralia Saturday. ] MR. AND MRS. Percy Adams whose birthdays are the same day drove to the home of their son Adrian ii Puyallup last Sunday where they were served an enjoy- able birthday dinner. Mrs. Cecil McHenry took little Rex to the Orthopedic Hospital in Seattle Saturday for a check-up. Mrs. Frances Simmons accom- panied by Mr. and Mrs. Roland Simmons of Portland visited friends last weekend in Klamath Falls and Merrill. Ore. An Unusual sight was thousands of snow geese coming into the area from the south and lighting in the fields there, a stopping place before go- ing further north. Wes and Madge Whitener and Grandma Annie Whitener visited the Ronald Whitener family in Dayton Woman And New Daughter Are Honored At Shower Last Week By Mabel Kidd ] Steve visited Sunday in the' Mat- DAYTON.--The A. E. Lemkel leek home of Mr. and :Mrs. E. S. home x as the scene of a pink and I Evers. blue shower honoring Mrs. Alvia Glenn Young left Sunday for col- Chapman and infant daughter,  lege in Bellingham after spending Jeannine, Thursday, March 28. spring vacation with his parents, Hostesses were Mrs. Lemke, Mrs. Dick Leonard and Mrs. Pete Roberts. A lovely sheet cake was baked and decorated by Miss Beatrice Nason. The white-iced cake was trimmed in green with a pair of white green trimmed bootees in one corner, Games were played with prizes going to Mrs. James Dougherty, Mrs. Gaylon Wheaten. Mrs. Ralph Killough and Miss Beatrice No- son. Mrs. Chapman then opened her lovely gifts after which re- freshments were served to the following gests: the Mesdames WarrenWilliams. Ralph Killough, John Anderson. James Dougherty, T. A. Tibbits, Jerry Heminger, Gaylon Wheaten, Bruce McQuilkin, Harry Kidd, Gary Dillon, Beatrice Nason and Mrs. Carrie Barker. Unable to come but sending gifts were: Mrs. Ron Moore, Mrs. Robert Leman. Mrs. Gertrude Scott. Mrs. Ben Griffin and Mrs. James Evaus. The Traveling Pinochle Club met Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. John Anderson hosting. High prizes went to Jim and Marian Booth. low to Belle Dunoyier and Archie Lemke, traveling pinochle to Marian and Jim Booth. The date of the next meeting will be announced later. Robert. Swearingen, Blissfield, Mich. was a recent visitor in the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Swearingen. Robert flew up from California, where he had been on business. MR. AND MRS, Seab Combs spent the weekend in Seattle with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Edwards. Mrs. A. E. aemke was aceom paaied by Mrs. Kenneth Wolden and daughter, Carol, Shelton. on a. trip to Kent last Wednesday, where they lunched in the home of Mrs. Cecil McClain. They were joined by Mrs. Arthur Wolden and children and Mrs. Robert Lem- ke and children of Seattle. The luncheon was honoring Mrs. Betty Chilson, Kent, on her birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sehur and children, Seattle, were weekend guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Delmer Sehur. Sunday visitors in the homo of Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Buechel were her sister and husband, Mr. and Sam BOtCh of Issaquah. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Leman and Steve drove to Puyallup Sunday to view the daffodil fields and also visited at McChord Field with Mr. and :Mrs. Bob Young. John Schur returned Saturday to the university in Seattle after spending spring vacation with his Mr. and Mrs. Dehner Schur. Sunday callers in the James Dougterty home were Mr. and Mrs. Hector Barber, Shelton. Mr. and Mrs. John Young, Glenda and Sharon motored to Kingston Sunday afternoon and called on Mr. and Mrs. Ted Rey- nolds. Mrs. William M. Brown was a Sunday visitor in the WalLer Clmp- pell home. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Leman and Earl Terrells Tuesday. Dropping h later in the evening to visit were Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hirseh and Mr: and Mrs. Jewel Von Osten. The Victor Improvemevit Club held a very mmeessful plant and flower sale at Pope's shopping center on Saturday. Mrs. rank White and four child- ren spent last week in Vmloouver with friends. THE R.EGULAI{ meeting of tlte Beachcombers Garden Club will be held at the Fireside R'oom at the Belfair Baptist Church April 11. A flower arranging show by mem- bers only will be held at that thne Mrs. Eleanor Meyers of Bremer- ton will act as jdge. A potluck hmch will be set'cd. James Jones had an accident at his home Sunday in which result. ed in broken ribs and shock. Th( volnnLcer Ambulaace answered Lhe call and took Mr. Joues to Hare'i- son Memorial Hospital. Jimmy Parrif, grandson of the Don W.;llys spent Spring vacation with his family at Enumclaw. Jim attends North Mason. Mrs. Lois Rasnmsson and Mrs. Cal'lllcn Fcntou were hostesses for a. baby shower given Mrs. Char- lotie. Van Slyke last Tuesday.  Deliver Today  Tl, cre were 18 guests present. Se- ()n Free Delivery . Free veral games were played and re- ti)l!; }l)l)liances ] 1 ,4#. J" . of Normal Installation ] a'eslnnents were eed. : ISplay [ ._ You Bet, You Can't Beat a ] If living in diwobedlenee to Him, . Olymp IJl/// Sh on "Miller Deal" ia ell we ought to feel no security, al- though God is good.Mary Baker .".="*'=_=,.._._1"lr  w' m'mv - -- - t Eddy. Mr. and Mrs. John Young'. Saturday overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dell Adams were grandchildren/, Cindy and Clint Tibbits of Chehalis, Mr. and Mrs. J. C Tibbits picked,: them np on Sunday. Lester Tibbits stayed Saturday night with lis paternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Allen Tibbits. BESIDES THE J. C. Tibbits on Sunday, the Allen Tibbits also had another son and family visited the Willis Tibbits. James Einarsson has opened his own electrical business working from a shop at his home. Saturday evening, Mr. and Mrs. Pete Bloomfield and children and Mr. and :Mxs. Warren Cart and children and Mrs. Les Bishop en- joyed birthday cake and coffee in the Kamilche home of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Clark in honor of Mrs. Clark. The Fred Stuller family spent the weekend in Anacortes with her parents, Mr. and Sirs. Fred Bouressa and sister and "family, Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Frank. Friday overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs. Haas Lund were children, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Boiling and fancily of Yakima. Sunday, both families joined Mr. aad Mrs. Jack Ghramm and children of Union and Edward, Charles, like and Rick Parker in the Bayshore home of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Lund for dinner. l[r. and Mrs. A1 Butler, Shelton, were Wednesday afternoon callers in the home of Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Todd. Saturday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Merlin Richards were Mr. and IMh's. Russell Edurzls and and Mrs. A1 Chappell. The Pete Bloomfields motored to Olympia on Sunday, where Dar- lene caug'ht the bus for Belling- ham to return to her studies at Western Washington College. Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Todd, Shel- ton, were Tuesday callers in the L. A. Todd home. Nits. Clyde Norris of Lost Lake spent last Wednesday with Mrs. Allen Tibbits. Thursday callers in 1he L. A. Todd home were Mr. and Mrs. Morton Adams and children, who have returned from spenOng the winter in California. Silverdale last Saturday where they were served birthday dinner. Mrs. Eugene Taylor called at Mrs. Henry Unger's home last Sa- turday afternoon. Harry Simmons has been confin- ed u his hume for tim pasL thccc weeks because of illness. Many friends have called. On Sunday vi- sitors were Mr. and Mrs. Leland Simmons of Smnnit Late. Mrs. Ef- fie Easier of McCleary, the Cecil Blackwelders. the Leonard Cole's of Shelton and the A. P. Bissell's of Pacific Beach. Mrs. Belle Richards of Yakima was a recent visitor of her sister Mrs. Ethel Whitener. DINNEI GUESTS at the Herb Nelson home last Saturday wel, :/[r. and Mrs. James Mohney of McCleary and Mr. Iomonic Roma, also of McCleary. There will be a dance at the Kamilche Grange hall on Satur day, April 6th. Mrs, May Julian of Seattle spent last weekend at the Ed Petty home. :Mr. and Mrs. Thomas :McDonald of Montesano visited last weekend with his mother, Mrs. Emrrm Mc- Donald. Our first ays or spring are dot- ted with snow showers so that the low hills are covered with fresh sno,v. Kamilcle schoo! spng vacation is coming -- books will be k:!d aside for three days, April 14 and 15 and 18, and then on the 19th will be the first baseball game of tt'e season. PAGE 13 , i|, Tiger MAKES GARDENING EASIER FROM SPRING TO FALL tttee EASY TERMS For lust easy tilling no tiller equals the Ariens JET. This 3 h.p. tiller is engineered to make gardening easier, more fun. Fingertip controls. Tills 24" wide. Tiller drive gear case guaranteed one yead COOKE'S FEED & HARDWARE 219 S. 1st Phone 426-2412 And Watch It GROW through QUARTERLY \\; DIVIDENDS  The board of directors of Thurston County Federal ' Savings & Loan Associa- ; tion have declared the first quarterly dividends of 1963 at the current rate of 4Y4 per annum. In accordance with cust- omary practice, the divi- dends were credited to the members' saving ac- .: counts as of March 29, v,:; 1963. just three short months can mean money to you if you save now. Save by the lOth of April and earn for the full quarter. 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