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April 4, 1963     Shelton Mason County Journal
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April 4, 1963

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Z PAGE 18 m ell I ' "  .....  ....... ' i Foreign Students Visit Dairy , , ;i Farm in Skokomish Valley '  ') ,=nmt00aLa 'TrAU an on fazx was a scene of ;Lctivity last Thursday when foreign students from the Univer- Mrs. Calvin Gravatt.  sity of Washington. accompanied Overnight guests of Ml'. a.m! by Dr. Douglas Larson of the Ro- tary Club made a tour. Five of the students were from Nigeria and one from Calcutta, India. All were reared in the city and were much impressed with modern farming. The students returned to indivi- dual homes in Shelton where they were being entertained. They were a'lso treated to a tour of Simpson mills and thc tree farm. :Mr. and Mrs. Ted Ferris of Olym- pia and Mr. and Mrs. Paddy Burk of Shelton called at the Chester Valley home on Sunday afternoon. Visiting at the home of Mr, and Mrs. Roy Coble recently were Mr. and Mrs, Ben Hughes, who have mnce left for Anchorage, Alaska to spend the summer. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Howard and family of Shelton visited Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Stan- ley Lyman. SUNDAY DINNER guests of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Johnson were Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Johnson, Jen- rdfer and Bruce. of Sumner, Mr. and Mrs. ArlaJl Johnson and daughter Kimberly of Seattle, and Mr. and Mrs. Chester Valley. Mr. and Mrs. Avene Richert of Island Lake also called at the Johnson home in the afternoon. We are happy to report Mrs. 2.wanne Stevens is home aster undergoing major surgery. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Bearden Jr. of HoodsporL havc purchased the Gonzales place. Mrs. Stetla Clevelmd made a business trip to Tacoma Monday. Mr. and Mrs, Herbert Deyettc are receiving congratulations on a new grandson born to Mr. and Mrs. Gene Anderson. The new baby has been named Douglas James and weigled seven pounds and 13 oun- ces. Mr. and Mzs. Lester Crossan drove to Portland Sunday to bowl for Simpson m Llle loulalllent, Mrs. Crossan ]s happy to report th Shelton ladies took first place. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Kirk of PoL- latch called at the home of Mr. and Mrs, Vmn Hill on Saturday. Mrs. Stan Johnson were Mr. and Mrs. Marius Lurscn of Ellensburg. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Valley and daughter Tammy of Seattle. and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Valley and daughter Vicki of Rremerton were Sunday evening msts of their grand-parents. Mr. and Mrs. Ches- ter Valley. George Valley and daughters Suc and Jan Joined hem later in the evening. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hunter and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hunter and fa- mily were dialer guests of Mr. a.nd Mrs, Kieth Hurst Sunday. Albert Johnson is confined in the Vets Hospital in Vancouver. Jennifer Jonnson of Sumner is spending this v:eek with her grand- pa.rents, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Johnson. Mrs. Max Latzel is home fter having major surgery at St, Peters hospital in Olympia.. MR, AND MRS. Alex Donald- son attended the 55th wedding anniversary open house in honor of Mr. and Mrs. O. C, Hodgson which was held in the Shelton Valley Grange Hall Sunday after- noon. Mr, and Mrs. Eldon Richter and children of Renion spent the week- end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bole Sarkowitz. Saturday they ac- eompsnied the Sarkowitz's to South Bend where they atttended a nine County league Democratic meeting and the annual crab feed at the close of the meeting. Monday evenmg Mrs. Joan Hun- ter and Mrs. Bill Hunter took their cub scouts fox" a. swim and pot- luck dinner at Pool Nuotare. MRS. CARMEN Sarkowitz ac- companied Mr. and Mrs. Thorton Steiner to Bremerton on Monday. This Thursday evening the Sko- komish Grange is taking the 'Tra- veling Gavel' to Fair Harbor Grange. Members are to meet at lhe Skokomish Hail at 7:15 to go in L body. Saturday evening the Skokomish third and fonrth Degree Lean are exemplifing the work at She]ton Valley, the meeting to start at 8:30 p.m. x- Belfair Area Workers For American Cancer Society Drive Are Sdected By Rachel Freelin BELFAIB.-.-April is the montil for the annual emmade of the Amcriean Cancer Society, and Mrs. G. G. Shackleford. general chair- man for this area, has announced t.he names of volunteer workers who will be helping in the local drive. On the South shore. Mrs. Shaekleford will be assisted by Mesdames George Baird, Newell Bis)n Glen Criss S. C. DeLeD. J. C. Peters. J. A. Schlange. Old highway workers will be Mrs. Lee Lopriore and Mrs. Frank Schantz. Mrs. Rex Crossen is chairman for the North Shore. where volun- teers are Mesdames John Cooper, Robert Hankinson, C. W. Henning- sen. Einar Johnson. O. E. Hard- Castle. Leo Livingston. Art Iwin, Stan Freelin and John V. Jacob- Sell. In Tahuya tile drive will be tlandled by Mrs. Harvey Rends- land, Mrs. Kenneth Rothlein, Mrs. Clarles Fritz and Mrs. A, R. Sende, Business establishments in Betfair proper will be covered by Will iam DeMiero. House-to-house calls will be made to acquaint each resident with the work of the American Cancer Society in education, re- seaalL and smwice to those with the disease. Everyone is asked to c(mLribute to the fight against this public enemy, NORTH MA,ON elementak-y P.T.A. has set its meeting for to- night, at 8 at the Belfair school. The program will consist of pic- tures and reports on the recent Mexican Workshop trip of school personnel. As this educational eper[ment marked a nationwide "first,", this is a fine opporLunity for all com- munity residents and those inter- ested in edueaLion Lo see the re- suits of the trip. Election of officers will also be held a,t, this meeting. Nominees snbmitted are Karl Scott. presi- dent; Betty Squires, secretary; Gloria Kronqui:t, treasurer. There will also be nominations from the floor. An evening of fun is in store for those who attend the ammal Music Blast tomorrow at 8 p.m. in the high school aduitorium. The pro- gtm will feature the musical tal- ent of the senior high, with choral and insLnmental numbers under the direction of Doug Corliss, This is the one non-serious program of tile year put on by the music de- partment, and will include a num- bm- of take-offs on television pro- grams, as well as other numbers "just for fun". The success of these progran;s in the past 1we years makes thzs a "'musV" for the com- munity, so come and enjoy the evening with the talented North Masonites. Miss Sharon Ann Lyman, daugh- tel" of the Vayma,n R, Lymans of Bremerton and the North Shore, became the bride of Everett War- Pen Austin of Montrose, Colo., in a double-ring ceremony at.the Bel- fair Community Baptist Church at 7 p.m. Saturday evening. The Rev. Milton Gire officiated at the candlelight rites. THE BRIDE WORE a floor length gowm of white satin bro- cade made in prmcess style with sweetheart neckline and long sleeves. Her shoulder length veil was held by a pearl headpiece, and she carried gardenias, stephanotis and ivy. in a cascade arrangement. Miss Carol Lnan, the bride's sister, was maid of honor, and Miss Jane Heytvelt of Seattle, brides- maid. Both wore full-skirted dressed of light yellow brocade and carried bouquets of golden daffodils with try streamers. Candlclighters, Misses Chm'lotte Brinson and Carolyn Freelin, wore yellow sheaths. No free spirit ever dreamed of "'security"--- or if he did. be I laughed: and lived to shame his dr('am.----E. E. Cummings. USED CARS 1961 DODGE LANCER ...................... $1395 4-dr.. radio & heater, stick shift 1955 PLYMOUTH 4-door ...................... s495 FORD 6 STATION WAGON ........ s495 engine rebuilt 196a (,IIEVROLEI 4-door .................. $345 ] WE ARE NOW in our new building at Railroad and Front Street. PLANS for our Grand Opening will be announced later! PAULEY MOTORS Railroad & Front St. Phone 426-8183 I_.. ]]]H [ 1. . I i NOW-- U. S. 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