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CAGE 10 SHELTON--MAON COUNT JOURNAL  1 ubhsheJ m Uh ,mastmm, U..A,", Zhelton, Washington Thursday,  ......................... 7 ....... , t ili P dd f G i = B II S tt H pit  L | ||| | Zetterberg and :little P IIllk@ Jl  |(T Wglkd r as the Retzmans long timefriends until a wrecker hauled it away mans have made their summer welcome addition to u il m a en 0 rapev ew ea e 0s a L| B|| rl |lll, IiWI[jlIJII Mr. a,nd Mrs. Martin Baker. all of m Monday. Such devotion! Inei- home her&apos;e for many years so we nity' .IIF': whom arrived at 9:30 a.m. to dently, no one was injured in the don't feel too presumptuous in Fair Harhor Grang eP GRAL'EV[E\\;V It is v:itb re- gret \\;va r.gp{uI the dearth of o]e of Grapevi<,w's retired citizens. l,qllmm P;dden lisl Tbln'dav at Tacoma (h-neral Hospilal. Mr, Pad- len \\;vtm was tiT, passed away dnril]K the night while awaiting 8trgcry which had been schedlth_l for the following morning. I],n'n Ill Seattle, be was graduated from Cohmlbia University in ])14 and was associated in the Pacific orthwest consl.ruelion industry f}r 45 years ill variollS supervisory capacities. He is survived by his wife. Geneva. 'five children, twelve grandchildren and two great } !;randehihlren lOaughters, Mrs. I Steve Derrivan of Reno, Nev. and Mrs. Geort.e Kranldi.n of Portland Ore. journeyed lo Seattle to be with !heir mother and attend fune- ral services fro' their father. His sons at({ \\;liliiam H. Padden. Jr. of Sealkle and ,lohn S. Padden. Coupeville. \\;Vhidbey Island Two sistecF, Anna Marie and Mildred Padden are both of ]%enton. Re- quiem JHigh Mass was Monday morning at Holy Rosary Church. Mrs. Padden has been staying with a *bird daughter, 5rs. Allen Fre- dericksen in Seattle but was ex- pected to re.tin son]tin]e this week to her Treasure Island home where slle al]d her husband have resided since his retirement early in 1.961. Our sincere sympathies are extended to the bereaved widow and family. Our beloved principal. Mr. Art Zehe. underwent surgery a Shel- Ion General Hospital Monday and. at this wril.ing, we happily report, is doing nicely. Meanwhile, back at the !ittle yellow schoolhouse. Mr. Zehe's fom'Lh, fifth, sixth and seventh gr,ders are being well laken care of by substitute tea- eher. Mrs. \\;V. G. Clayton Jr. We send Art .mu" best wishes for a speedy rseeovery. SIXTH - GllAI)EIL Miss Susan Hill. has been chosen to grace the Grapeview Float in this year's F( rest Festival Parade as our Jun- ior Princes:< Congratulations! Incidentally, plans for our float entry will be getting underway following the Mother's Club meet- :ng t.his week. But. any nnagin- ative individuals with ideas please eel free 1o offer suggestons to any Mother's Club members for presentation to our Float Commit- tee. All entries should feature the Forest Festival theme of Keep vVashington Green However, this year we are honoring our Old Time Loggers. Celebrating their 30th wedding anniversary Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Harold Retzman. Joining tllem from Seattle was daughter and husband Mr. and Mrs. Lefty :wend the day. Joining them for dinner was their "best man" and his wife. Mr. amd Mrs. Ray Uhly. T'was a most pleasant day and :he sun even popped out long mougb to permit the taking of a ew sna)shots. Congratulations Hal and Pearl. Orin and Ethel Bueldngham bade .arewell to their old staaion wagon ast Saturday and hagppily took oossession of a beautiful brand qew wagon. The faithful old green wagon must have regetted being bipped off to Tacoma because tim Sherwood Creek bridge, in Allyn ,vas an far as the salesman was able to get with iL befo:re a colli- sion with another ear ended the accident. Another new car in the com- munity is a classy new sedan which has eome to bring pleasure to the Lloyd Rieheys of Treasure Island. VIRGINIA Freeman has brought honor to Grapeview and to ber parents. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Free- man. by winning the senior girls sweepsteakes at the Science Fair held at the University of Puget Sound last week. Ginny attended school aL Colorado Springs, Colo. last year and Lincoln High School in Seattle last semester. She mov- ed to Grapeview in January after her father retired from the Air Force and is she now a sophomore claiming Ginny as a Grapeviewite. The winning project was an im- proved version of a water-aspira- tion vacnull] 1)nnp used to create i a vacuum for an ion-discharge chamber. The vacumn created si- mulates conditions at about 100,- 000 feet above the earth and in- troduction of a 600 volt electrical charge produces an ion discharge with speetecular colors compara- ble to the "northern lights". Ginny was to demonstrate her project on channel 13-KTV\\;V T.V. at 2:30 p.m. Tuesday afternoon. She will also attend the National Science Fair at Albuquerque, New Mexico May 6 - 11. Our hearty congratulations to visitors from seven our district last Slol<omish Grange Harbor with the The entertaining pr0. ted by ore" grangers }t selections ,y loberetW: talk on "Boatin " 8afY:.  std tl Buelmgham, an Eaatell Vera Izett and a  "sing"'. Fave 1-ticheY : in one of the short skit Honored o'uects were lP'lt- tel' "valley and Mrs. i Skok( mish Grange :2, granges attendmg ; Progress. CloquallUm, ' ley and Agate. Fa:.Sii take the gvel Lo S"I 0 1 SWIFT'S or LENNON'S BUTT PORTION 49' Ready to Eat, Fully Cooked FULL SHANK HALF 12-16 lb. average * Ib II WHOLE HAMS 89' STANDING RIB R SWIFT CANNED HAMS ................ 3.98 ea. RIB STEAKS ,h. With coupon below d, to ea Bone,ess'r i-- ll LINK SAUSAGES Lb. ;)I1 All C 'o" ....  m '' BONELESS PORK ROAST 49 , Cuts  w,. TInS COUPON ........... ....... <:7:i Sa..,  .................... "3 Lb. Jr ot, 'ce.t. coupon " lt 00oo.o ................ s,. FRESH TURKEYS { ALASKA SHRIMP .AF poo : .................. 89 t ;(:'i ;* AvMlable For Easter 10"- 14 Pounds P'INEAPPLE C Shamrock No. I Fiat Tin TOMA /)0 TAT :MAYONNAISE MA'RGARIN J BEST FOODS QT. JAR Tradewell C Mayonnaise 7 Qt. Jar 4 _ _ - __ _ _j Hunts 32 oz. Tins HN Tradewell 3 Bag Box Imperial I -lb. Pkgs. [$ Standby 2 Sieve Whole GREEN BEANS Sugary Sam SWEET POTATOES Philadelphia CREAM GHEESE Del Monte FRUIT OOOKTAIL Kraft Miniature MARSHMALLOWS SNOBOY Seedless RAISINS Scotkin Dinner NAPKINS Shredded or Flaked DURKEE'S GOGONUT 50 Ct, pl(gs' 303 303 Tins 303 Tins Crescent Ground (Whole cloves 1 oz. Tin 25) Steinfeld Tiny Kosher BLA ,, 00ooo m DILL PICKLES = 39' abe,) OK PEPPER /37 , STORES. Prices effective thru April 13, 1963. Limit riglts reserved. No salesl m Mission Macaroni & Lipton (Price incl. It CHEESE DINNER Snows (Minced or Chopped 7i/ Oz. Tins MUSTARD ,a;/- 00i:i. o,owoe, 3/89' Taylor , MNiaked apple 211 Tins 2/45) Flavor pun dl /1, oh s Sweet "- Blue Bell No. 2  t H , oz PINEAPPLE JUICE Tins Z/. MUSTARD RELIS .r Z POTATO GHIPS