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April 11, 1963

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1963 SttELTON--MASON COUNTY JOUtLNAE- Published in "ChrisSnastown, U.S.A.", Shelton, Washington PAGE :11. she had her was no deter- bowling proved Sunday. bowled in the at Bre- She placed bowling a partner Betty for 4th in the yes, Ann had y. estberg celebra- Friday, her friends Clayton dinne at the by an evening As- ether Mrs. Ann a served a love- ly cake decorated with the Easter motif, followed by the exciting event of gift opening. One of {arcella's guests did a "turn-about" on Sunday. Miss Ge- orgia Clayton (ntcrtained her school "chums". sharing the excite- ment of her 10 birthday, by invit- ing them to hmch at her home. followed by games, gift opening and the traditional cake and ice cream. Guests at the fun-filled party were Jerry and Susan Hill Judy Engen Susan and Janie Po- grebe. Marcella Vestberg, Kathy and Alice Hicks, Monica Eldridge, Cathy Query and Kristi Somers. Comleting the happy day for Georgia, g.-audparents. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Clayton Sr. and god- parents Mr and Mrs. bioward Somes with Liz. Don and Kris were invited to join the family and partake of a delicious spag- hetti smorgasboard, topped off by cake and ice cream, served by "Mommy" Sally Clayton. Many happy rehu'ns: IT COULDN'T have been a worse day for a parade but Satm'day was the scheduled day so the Daffodil Parade went as sihcduled or pret- ty nearly so . Wall and Salli Clay- ton with Georgia and Mr. Clayton Sr. also followed their scheduled plans and drove to the Puyallup Valley where they were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Chris O' Kelly, to view the parade througtl Pnyallup, and then to join them at their home for a delicious dinner. The day may htve been damp bul the wa,"mth of friendly h9spit ality made it worthwhile. Leslie Okonck is still al home, struggling manfully lo master the intricacies of a wheel chair, while he waits out the mending of his leg, fractm'ed recently in a fall at i Pirates Cove. He asked your re- porter to tell all his friends how much he appreciated the many cards and gifts sent to him while he was hospitalized -rod after le relllrned t(nne. Oilr besl wishes. Les! Mr. and Mrs. Julie Stock have i]]oved into the beach home on the mainland, formerly occupied by "Speck" and Irene Fredrecks, fun lowing the recent sale of their Treasure Island Holne. Island View residents retln'ning reccnllv are Mr. and Mrs. Oak Adams. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bru- hen who have been wintering at Quartzite. Ariz. have al) return- ed to Island View. One very happy young man in Grapeview last weekend was Dan Robinson, who welcomed his grand- parents. Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Robin- son. back to their summer cottage here. The Robinsons drove up from Berkeley, Calif., arriving Sunday, to spend the summer season. Dan- ny has been batching in their house since they left last fall. 4-H Bqrnacles met at the Art Nicklaus home Monday after school with 13 members in atten- dance. Besides making plans for 4-H Game Night to be held May 4th. the youngsters watched Rob- ert Spooner give a demonstration on "How ;:o Put a Plug on an Eleclric Wire". This was given to show the novices the proper de- monstl ation procedure. A Note of interest: Robert Spoo- her has received notice from Reed College in Portland. Ore.. that he Mrs.-Hansen Urges Use of Lumber In Public Buildings Congresswoman Julia Butler is expected to cost $6,461.000 and merit in the various aspects of the t{ansen this week sent a letter to Bernard L. Boutin. Administrator of the General Services Adminis- tration asking that as great a va- riety and amonnt of lumber pro- duets be used in the $20 million building program anticipated for the future. Mrs. Hansen explained that the proposed programs contemplates construction of 86 small buildings ranging in cost from $116.500 to $457.000 for use of the Post Of- flee Department and other Federal agencies, According to Congress- woman Hansen acquisition of sites has been accepted for admission; He will enter next September. construction is expected to total $14.082,000. In her letter to Boutin Congress- woman Hanson noted that the sketches incorporated in the broch- ure outlining the proposed pro- gram showed that material other than lumber products was to be used in construction. She said, "Let me urge you to use lumber and lumber products wherever possible in the construc- tion of the proposed buildings. As you no doubt are aware the lum- ber industry in the Northwest sta- tes as well as throughout the na- tions is in a seriously depressed condition. "Over the past few years employ- lumber industry has declined mark- edly, Many of our commtmities de- pendent upon the lumber indushT for employment of its citizens are faced with a most serious econ- omic and social situation. "Lumber traditionally in ore" na- tion is a basic building material. Its usefulness is well known among all our people, its versa- tality is wetl established, its dura- bility is well documented. Drink 0 glanced of Milk every day ALL STORES CLOSED EASTER WBERRIE00 /,A RED RIPE BERRIES BERRIES FOR EASTER! PRICE NOW ONLY! DEN HOSE Regularly Sells for $2.98 , ,n ,. =lSS--- 50, x EACH BASKET Large selection of Easter Lilies & Cut Flowers available. QWIP CREAH TOPPING Price incl. 5 off label 7 oz. Size di4 County Fair AA Large DOZ. CTN. "'BEAUTIFUL ITATION'" SOLID STAINLESS TABLEWAR Check your mail this week. You will receive a book containing coupons good for your FIRST 4-PIECE PLACE SETTING. 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