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Dayton Area 4H Club Plans Bake ciall -- three months fir tee - feet last year, off 71 million West Coast re- executive vice is in water coast, where taken 77 5 this year alone. of West in March or 104.5 per Or- b.f. : ship- ).f. ; weekly Were pro- 101.2 per average, or- f'; sh{p}nents 1963 eumu- 1. 1,901,- of 1963 Rail and domestic xport 112.- b.f. order file b.f. at ETe inventory Sale In Shelton This Saturday By 5I'dml Kidd DAYTON. Bake sale v. Satur- day, April 13 from 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. at Tradewell store spon- sored by the Shelton Valley Clov- ers 4-H Club. We are sorry to hear that J ,V. Rayson is a tatient at the Clinic Hospital. A speedy recovery is wisiled Lo you. Bill. Ladies' Club met Tuesday of last week with Mrs. John Anderson as hostess. The next meeting will be held on April 16 with Mrs. Clifford Combs as hostess. Surprise drop-in breakfast guests Wednesday morning of last week in the home of Mrs. Warren Williams were. Donna Anderson and Betty, Gladys Rishel. Donna Combs. Helen Leonard. Marguerite Lemke. Dorothy Moore. Lois Tib- bits and Cherie June MeQuiITdn and niece. Rose Dougherty and tWO children. Beatrice Nason and Mrs. Barlow. Monday, Mrs. Dick Leonard was unexpected hostess to breakfast guests. Dorothy 'Roberts. Mar- guerite Lemke and grandchildren, Karlene and Diane McLain, Doro- thy Moore, Carol Chapman and Donna Combs. FRIDAY LIJNCHEON GUESTS of Mrs. Walter Chappell were Mrs. Verl York. Satsop; Mrs. C. L. Anderson, Mrs A. E. Hliboki, Mrs. Albert LeGault Sr. and Ma- rina LeGault. Cloquallum; Mrs. PTO Has Dads' Night School On April 1 Side with a ut for the the has- of officers. interesting at the meet- discussed. Won the room Will be held the South- board on April 25 P.T.O. meet- The Dads and did r. Cronk an- to see more around the Rodgers of a new SeVen pounds born to Mr. r of San new son Naeger is and Mrs. is the first Saeger. MRS. of Cole were Mrs. and mothers be at the member is the next and coffee Mrs. R. F. Jacobs and girls of Olympia. FRIENDSHIP CLUB meets at the home of Pearl Giffords on April 17. The last meeting of the club was held at Dean Parker's and the members finished the quilt they have been working on. Karen Wolf. who is attending Washington State University at Pullman. is now home spending a week's spring vacation with her mother, Mrs. Betty Wolf and Sally. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Kratcha are the proud grandparents of a 11 pound. 10 ounce girl, born to Mr. and Mrs. Doug Perrine of Packwood. Buttons and Bows 4-H Club members met April 3 at the home of their leader, Mrs. Nadia Hovind. Members of the chxb sewed on their projects and are plmming a swimming party in the near future. Vicki Ness of the 4-H club was appointed song leader, and Jolene Bevis made cookies .The 4-H club meets at the home of Cindy Hovind next week. reported Cindy ttovind. lAVE WIRES 4-I1 Club mem- bers met Thursday evening to work on their demonstrations, also discussed demonstrations and found names for the demonstra- tions. The next meeting of the club will be held on April 18 at the home of their leader. Mrs. Betty Wolf. reported Barbara Cook. Visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Kratcha. Linda and Susan Satur- day, were Doug Perrine of Pack- wood. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lilley of Paekwood. Mr. and Mrs. Kelly Butcher of McCleary and Mr. and M'rs. George Winings of Me- Cleary. Mill Creek What Nots 4-H Club members met at Lueita Maynards, starting the meeting with the pledge and flag salute, and dis- cussed old business. Lowrie Craig gave a demonstration on how to make a fancy cutting bread board. Lucita Maynard served chocolate cake and lemonaid for refresh- ments. The club will meet this iVednesday at Lowrie Craig's, re- ported Lowrie. adio l"V ERVICE rz, 426-3172 WELbERS 426-4832 DIRECTORY Floor Coverings Linoleum I Tile Carpeting Formica REX FLOOR COVERING Mr. View Ph. 426-2292 Radiator Repair Boiling out Soldering New cores BOON'S PLUMBING HEATING, SHEET METAL 623 S. 1st. Ph. 426-3483 ects- Sraeties 426-3327 Florist Plants for all occasions Flowers EVERGREEN FLORISTS 4th & Birch 8 to 8 426-8479 Auto Glass Expert Installation JIM PAULEY, INC. 5th & Railroad Ph. 426-8231 T. E. Mike of Weekend brother, Jean of Farland Draperies custom made free estimates work guaranteed J. C. PENNEY CO. 305 RR Ave, Ph. 426-8283 Electrical $ . House wiring & rewiring I Electric Heating I . Trouble Shooting | , Licensed & Bonded I Contractor I JIM EINARSSON ELEC. I Star Rte. 2, Box 37, 426-6520 I I :lr. and trees leveling Les VVallcr and Clifford. Elma. Mz,. and Mrs. Dick Leonard and children and ])ennis Combs, weekend guest of Tom. motored to Tacom'L Saturday lo attend the Daffodil Parade. The (lay w's spent in the company of Mr. and Mrs. John James. daughter and son-in-law. Larry and Leslie Pearson. Seat- tle, are happy LO be spending their Easter vacation with grandpar- ents. Mr. and Mrs. Scab Combs. Mrs. Robert Lemke and chil- dren. Seattle. are spending spring vacation at their Lake Nahwatzel smmner home. Bob joined them there for the weekend. Saturday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Pete Roberts were his mother and aunt. Mrs. Nena Roberts. Shelton and Mrs. Nina Hudson of Aberdeen. who is house- guest of her sister. Monday dinner geusts of Mr. and Mrs.'. William Rietdorf were Mr. and Mrs. James Hickson and girls. Mr. and Mrs. Vie Humphrey, Shelton, were Saturday morning visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. James Dougherty. Otis and Jimmy Hutchins, Shel- ton. were Saturday callers in the John Anderson home. Potluck iluneheon gn, ests last week of Mr. and Mrs. James Hick- son, were Mr. and Mrs. William Rietdorf. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil MeLain and children of Kent. were Sunday visitors in the iome of Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Lemke. Karlene and Diane are spending a few days this week with their grandpar- ents. The Pete Dodge family, Shelton. were Saturday callers in the James Dougherty home. Mr. and Mrs. Don Cress and children, Shelton. were Sunday potluck dinner guests in the James Hiekson home. SEVERAL BIRTHDAYS HAVE been celebrated this month al- ready, Mr. and Mrs. Rickards had cake and ice cream to observe the fifth birthday of Duane at: a family dinner Sunday. Rocky Howard celebrated his tenth birthday Saturday, April 6, with a roller skating party with Friday overnight guests, Vi} gil lYatters, accompanied by friends Jimmy Einarsson and Lee Dou- gherty. After skating, they en- joyed birthday cake in the Howard home, Dropping in later were grandparents, Mr. and Mrs, Ted Berry and aunt and uncle, the William L. Browns and daughter. Grandmother, Mrs. T h e 1 m a Howard. Issaquah was a weekend guest. Keith Tibbits became a teenager April 4 e.nd had as birthday din- ner guests Smldav, Mrs. Clyde Norris. James and" Randall. ken- hie and Linda Cochran of Lost Lake. the J. C. Tibbits. Chehalis. Mr. and Mrs. Willis Tibbits and girls, Shelton, Monty Fuller and Brad Richard. Tuesday evening, Mr. and Mrs. Verne Schuffenhauer hosted a birthday dinner having as guests his parents. Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Schuffenhmmr with dad as honor guest. Girls also have birthdays. Peggy Bloomfield became sweet 16 on Sunday and had as dinner guests, grandmother. Mrs. Les Bishop, Ka- milche and Mr. and Mrs. Claude McIrvin and Alan, Shelton. MRS. MERLIN I{I(]IAKI)S visited with a childhood chum Sun- day in the home of Mrs. Ruby Hitchings, Shelton. Mrs. Lowell Weylie of MeChord Field and Mrs. Iiehards renewed an old friend- ship after 18 years of not seeing one another. Also present was her son, Timothy, and mother, Mrs. Blanche Laird. of White Rh, er, S. D., and a friend, Duane Boyd. Mrs. Hitchings returned with them to McChord Field for a few days visit. Saturday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Evers were vIr. and Mrs. Robert Moir of Van- eouvcr and Mrs. T. E. Meyers, l[ontesLlo. Zagurday evening, Mr. and Mrs. Joe C. Brown and family motored to Garden City to visit with hi's sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. John Creekpaum and get acquaint- ed with little Theresa Diane who was born March 23. Thursday, Mrs. Pete Bloomfield and granddaughter, Stephanie, and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Clark lunched with Mrs. Les Bishop in her Ka- milche home. Vearl Bennett of Seattle, was weekend guest in the home of his sister, Mrs, Alma Baker. Saturday overnight guest of Keith Tibbits was James Norris of Lost Lake. Audrey TibbitS was also overnight guest, Sunday visitors in the Hans Land home were the Jack Ghramm family, Union, the Marvin Land family, Bayshore, and Mr. and Mrs. Emil Matson and Mary, Shel- ton. Dropping" in Sunday 'evening after church for refreshments in the Alvin Ilulbert home were Mr. and Mrs. Chester Valley, Sko- komish and Mrs. Nell Eads. Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Pharris made a business trip to Tacoma on Monday. JOE BROWN as a member of tle Junior High A Band made a trip to Hoquiam Saturday to at- tend the band meet lleld there. They received a superior rating. Mr, and Mrs. Jerry Bloomfield and daughter and the Pete Bloom- field family visited Friday eve- ning in the Shelton home of Mr. and Mrs. Claude :McIrvin. On Sunday afternoon, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Halbert motored tb Olympia to visit with her mother, Mrs. Sarah Lozier. Robin and Donna Tibbits were Friday overnight geusts of grand- parents, Mr. and Mrs. Allan Tib- bits. Visiting Sunday in the L. B. Pharris home were children, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Johnson and fam- ily of Island Lake, 1Vr. and Mrs. Clifford Pharris add family and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Pharris, Seat- tle. Lerna lane Saeger Is Named Forrest Festival Princess From Harstine lly Dou(,th, II. (;hPor I-IARSTINld Harqiine Island School Princess iu the Paul llln- von Pard(h, ]s Miss ]oruH Jllle iq;te'cr, dtnlK}'.teF of Mrs. "uld Mrs. Lawccncc Sa('g'eF :in( u tl bird orade sku(lent here. Congratllla- "lions, Lol'na \\;ve'l'e very proud lO tlaNe veil Fepr,.scnL ]is oil lhis great commnnilv occasioll. Harstine school children Were dismissed Wednesday nl 1:30 p.m. for I,]aslcr vat-alien School will re- sunle At)ril 16. Clitdren in olher fife'is of the st.ate are now having tleu" spring" vaca ion. John and Beulah Hitchcock have all five of tieir grandchildreu visiting them this \\;\-cek. Raudy, Hurricane Ridge Lodge In Spring Schedule Although the winter season crone to a close March 31 at Hur- ricane Rid:4e, Hm'ricane Ridge Lodge will continue to offer hm- cheon service, Souvel]irs aud Slln- dries on Sundays throughout the sp;ing season. Superintendent John E. Doerr announced today. The snow depth at l-huTieane Ridge of more than 80 inches is the deepest of. the winter and will offer excellent opportunity for snow scenes and snow play under spring conditions. The Hurricane Ridge road will be open on Saturdays and Sun- days until visitation warrants op- ening the road daily later in the season, Doerr added. ,al'V ,ind Mehmee Carnes of Des Moines and Sheral and Janel Ililchcock ,% Olympia are enjoy- ins lheir visit. Beachcombing and grandma's cooking just "fill the bill" during spring vacation. It.ANIIY AND MAll(? GLASI']R are spending their vacation with lheir grandmother. Mrs. Anna Glaser at Ballow. Marc and Randy live in Tacoma. Harstine Island Social Club will meel tomorro\\;v night at 7:30 at lhe hall. with Ella McAuliffe and Monica Pridhnm as hosiesses. A1 and Monied Pridham were ihc weekend guests of the Carl Kimbels of Shelton Captain \\;Villiam Gortz is con- fined in St. Peter's Hospital. He was taken in at, 2:30 a.m. Wednes- day morning on a special. Thurs- day his condition worsened and they had to do a tracheotomy. His son Bill. Jr. received emergency leave from the Marines at 29 Palms, Calif., and arrived home Friday morning. We are very happy to report that ore' Captain is now on the mend and we hope to see him home again soon. LARRY SAEGER was also hos- pitalized in Shelton this week. He returned home Saturday and is also "'on the mend." We hope you both get well soon. Helen and Steve Franich and children of Fife, spent Sunday visiting Helen's folks the H. A. Glasers. They brought Celia's Uncle Adolph Schmitz of Tacoma with them for a good old fashioned family visit. Sunday the H. Vi's journeyed to Hoquiam for a visit with Don- ette's twin sister anti family, the Donald Burnett's. Sixteen member of the Harstine Island Women's Club went to Olympia on a field trip last Thurs- day. They left on the 9 a.m. ferry. They toured the Olympia Brewery mm the Floravista Bulb Farm. They hqd hmeheon at the Tyee hm. Islanders were saddened to hear of the death of Karl Carlson. son of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Carlson of Harstine. Karl disappeared in September and his body was found Wednesday, near Capital Lake in Olympia. Besides his parents he m survived by one brother. Paul, at the family home and five sist- ers. Signe Calahan of Bainbridge Island: Esther Goetsch. Harstine, Ehm Udell of Arlington, Dorothy Chapman. Pickering Passage, and Helen Simons. Harstine. and many nieces and nephews. Karl was a World tVar II veteran and served with the 52rid Ordinance Company. PRIVATE FUNER,AL services will be held at the Harstine Is- land Garolds Cove Cemetery at 1 p.m. Saturday. Rev. Robert Rings will conduct the services. We Islanders wish to offer our sincerest sympathy to Karl's fam- ily. Jhn and Naoma Lohrer had as their guests this week, Naoma's niece )rod family ,Mr. and Mrs. Dale Everet and Shelly. Butch-and Kim. of Kirkland. Saturday evening Lois Meeks and Maxine Waite entertained at a social evening at the IVaite home. honoring tl/eir husbands. Jack and George Jr., who celebrated their birthdays, April 5th. Those attend- mg were the Irvie Wingerts, Glenn Yates. Gene Sewards, Larry :Ier- rells, Helen tamers. Donette Glaser. Frank Travis. the honored guests and the hostess. Don't forget that Davm arnett, Bill Waite and Sue Glaser ate all entered in the "Win a Bike" Con- test at the Mason County Jour- nat Subscribers from "Out of Telephone range" can send in their renewal to the Joumml office and state which child the "credit" should go. Step up the / ladder LawlonLumber Go, Joe V. 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