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April 23, 1964     Shelton Mason County Journal
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'[ OOIQ,TTV .T 3T NAL--Pul)li, hed in eOhrLqlmn,nfmcn, U.$.AY hclton, Wa, hin on i i i i i i 'PhurMay, By Mary Valley SKOKOMISH ....... Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Johnson and Mr. and Mrs. Chester Valley m'~de a trip to (?hehalis Saturday and visited ltev. Warren Hale who is con- Alice and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Da,id England and family from Corvallis, Ore., were also spend- ing the weekend with her parents. F~'ank Ragan and Dave Smith enjoyed skiing at Chinook Pass Building Bonds Sold To Seattle 1st National Bank; Shelia Toler Is Elected President Of The PTA The bid for $100,000, par wdue of bonds, submitted by Seal.tle First Natio,ml Bank, Seattle, Washington was accepted on be- half of the Board of Directors, Hood Canal I3.istriet No. 404 last Flowers" is the theme we have chosen for our Bulletin Board, with "King Size" raindrops'. The second and third grades are starting a project on wild flowers They will c~flleet "md identify at fined in the hospital there due to st car accident. Rev. Mr. tlale is a formcr p'~stor of the [,'irst Bap- tist Church in Shelton and would like to be remembered to his many friends. Mrs. Frank Reeves of White Rock, B.C., is visiting her sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. Max Latzel. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Stenberg last week were Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Johnson and Mrs. Elida Nordstrom of Seattle, anti Harold Anderson of Renton. Mr. Stenberg left this week for his annual fishing in Alaska. Mrs. Max Latzel accompanied by her daughter, Mrs. Billic God- win of Shelton, made a trip to Se- attic Sunday where they attend- ed 'Carousal' at the Opera House. They report a very enjoyable time. SUNDAY CALLERS at: the Martin Smith home were their daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Anderson of Seattle, Mrs. Florence Smith and her mother Mrs. John Leonard of Olympia. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Donaldson and Mrs. Gladys Tozier took ad- vantage of the good weather Sun- day and drove to Aberdeen where they were dinner gnmsts of Mr. and Mrs. Dan Powcll. Mr. and Mr.~. Arthur Johnson and Mr. and Mrs. Chester Valley drove to Chehalis for a visit with Ivrc. and Mrs. Edwin Ahem and also their daughter Anne who re- cently arrived home from Africa where she served as a mission- ary. The Ahern's older daughter YOU Can Have a in your home Trial Plan Organ, Music Book, 6 lessons all for $25.00 SHERMAN-CLAY 205 W. 5th, Ply. 352-3791 BEA LARSON Local Representative 426-3376 i i for top performances thc past year so everyone should be pre- pared wilh their acceptance speech in case they should win I all "Ose~tr'. Mr. and Mrs. John Clark of Lil- Sunday. Grangers don't forget this Fri- ntte :'6917 percent. A celiffie:t day evening i,-; the regular meet-[chock for $5,050 was included in ing' of Skokomish Grange, time]l:h.e bid and .was deposited in the is 8 p m Lectm'er Carol Hunter I aistricCs roaming fund. Four bids says it is A.cademy Awards night iwere received with the State Via- l ante 4.0. Committee. biddino a hio'h (;f liw,(up were Saturday evening guesL:~ of Mr. and Mrs. Humphrey Nelson. Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Dave Martinmaas of Salem. Ore.. stop- !ped for a visit with the Nelsons. Mr. and lVh's. Clive Troy (:ailed at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Barkley Tuesday evening. , MR. AND MRS. Stanley Ly- nian fished at Spencer Lake onI the oimning day but forgot to tell] yore' coorespondent how many fish were caught. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Spaulding had as their house guest, Mrs. Carrie Ebert of Coos Bay, Ore. Mrs. Harold Hunter is spending this week in Seattle with her grandson, Stanley, while his par- ents are on a business trip. Mrs. Edna Hunter is visiting her daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Lake in Wenatchee. Mrs. Calvin Gravatt and chil- dren visited Mrs. Joanne Cress in Shelton Monday. Loren Gee was home from Washington State University dur- ing spring vacation. Recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Gee were Mr. and Mrs. Lu- ther Morgan and Lanny of Brew- ster. mlans Friday f,,r Lhe effective interest least 10. Mr. Rae of the Forestry Depart- meat will tttke our room on a field trip today if weather permits. We are happy to have Mike Linder back after a long absence. :!: =!: Mrs. Sjoholm's Room The Tllird Grades are ]oaki;lg i Hood Canal PTA to a trip by forward school bus ( A large crowd was in attendance to Olympia to the State Museum at the Hoodsport School for thein early May regular meeting of the Hood Can- Each child in Mrs. Sjohohn'L al PTA, Mrs. Jack Grubb presid-room had a panel filled with ing. school lessons for the parents tc First order of business was theview at open house. They also Forest Festival booth with Ann made penmanship booldets. Tho Fellstrom in charge of the booth, highlight of the panel were the Much help will be needed and a Viking stories and pictures. pie donation is requested of mem- bers of PTA. Mrs. Himebaugh's Room Some discussion centered on theMrs. Himebaug~ is spending a school float for the Forest Festi- few days in town as the house val Parade will1 Shelia Toler in guest of Mrs. Sjoholm. charge of the float. Mrs. Himebangh's first graders The slate of officers as present- are having fun watching frog egg,, turn into tadpoles. They also are growing a little window garden of peas, beans, and squash. ~l= Mrs. M,oor's Room The second grade a Hoodsport School turned beachcomber last The quilt for the scholarship week wllen John Denison of the was completed with the addition Rayonier Marine Laboratory led of $6. Mrs. Clmrles Winne has a "low tide" field trip. Specimens been in clmrge of this 0roject. of clams, limpets, sponges, star- Other business was $5 voted for fish, sea urchins and many oth- the girl going to Girls' State from er interesting sea animals were Shelton High School. Terri Turn- collected. Upon returning to school er is the girl chosen by the Hood each youngster placed his speci- Canal Aux. 230. Ten dollars was mens in a jar preserving them as also given for a 4-H delegate for an individual aquarium. expenses to Pullman. As a culmination of the beach The program for the evening project booklets were made by was supplied by Mrs. Ann Sjoholm each student illustrating the var- which was slides of her trip to ious local salt water animals and Europe last summer, telling something about them. Refreshments were served by the women of Potlatch. Monday, April 20 the whole 6th grade went to Panhandle Lake for a tour of the grounds and differ- Auction eat examples of forest conserva- tion. Friday, April 17 Lower Skoko- The largest amount of state land mish played a ball game with Ks- ever put up for blush lease in Ma- milche. The final score of the son County at one time will be game was 11 to 5 in favor of Ks- put up at auction at 10 a.m. April milche. Mike Williams, our third 24 at the Mason County court baseman, almost broke his nose house. when a runner ran into him anti The five areas to be leased total knocked him down. 1,520 acres. Two of the areas are The 6th grade had a slave sale, along Jorstad Creek Road one the girls buying the boys. More[just south of the Harstine Island than $10 was raised fox" a skit- Ferry' one just east of Mary M. inK party. , .,, , Knight School and one near Ar- " cadia Point. Dates to Remember Minimum rental~ range from May 1---Last day to charge ltm- $20 to $159 a year, with the leases ehes. May 5--Kiwanis Mason Cognty to run about te~ year~, .... I I Copies of the, leases cont~f~g [| Grade School Track Meet at l~op all regulations gre posted: at"','J~, e ]] Field (Participants only).7 Department of Natural Resou~des II May 15---Mothers Tea at the:ofice here, at tim Mason Count)' Junior High Sclmol. Auditor's office and at the office May 18---I-Iood Canal PTA of the Commissioner of Public meeting. Lands in Olympia. June 3--Hoodsport Elementary School Picnic. June 3--Ninth Grade Graduation exercises at the Hoodsport School. June -No School, Special day for Teacher's reports. June 5--End of school term. Some other dates not yet es- tablished will be announced later. ALL SALE PRIGES REMAIN Hood Canal Junior High ~ctivities not included in the EFFEGT iN ALL DEPARTMENTS withlistHighbUt K amilchealneSCheduledareAprila ,for baseball24, thea sub Junior gamedis. trict track meet May 8, and the annual Athletic Banquet May 24. Full Recliner Brown or Beige $ PLANTING TREES--Shown are six members of the Exceptional Foresters; Tom Kunkle, B,ob Kim- bel, Ken Kimbel, Randy Chapman, Norman Dil- lon and Ron Carter, who are busy planting the last of 4,500 young Douglas Fir, Norway Spruce and Austrian Pine trees, which were donated to them by Hofert's Tree Farms of Olympia and Se- attle. The tree farm, which was recently cleared by donated labor and equipment, is located just west SWIVEL ROCKER Investment Buy this vings Bond~-fr and }'on 1' LANNY THE MARY a~d Your of the State Patna1 Academy, near the alrpo~. According to Exceptional Forester Supervisor, AI Wagner, in seven years, with ideal growing con- ditions, the tree harvest has a potential value of $18,000 on the Christmas tree market. Money from the sale of these trees will be used to buy new equipment for the Foresters, and to p~3mote in any other way their reason for being - to help the mentally handicapped help themselves. Open 6:30 on Olyml Twenty-nine years go pretty fast when y~u're in a business you !11 dealing with people you like. We can honestly say we've enjoyeg years of it . . . and want to thank those of you who have been with 29 years, or any part of it. These bargains have been especially thank you for your patronage. Colgate or Crest reg. 53 lgl 49 Pint ................................ Roy McConkey reg. 48 - 200 Luncheon Napkins , i i I i't~"1 , i ! | 1 Imported Reg. 69 Brm~ude Troop No. 7 Brownie Troop No. 7 started its "sit-upons" at this week's meet- . ................... 3 piece reg. 59 ........................ ing, and learned how to set a ta- ble. They also transplanted their Milk 0! Magnesia 29' marigold plants. Hostess was Lor- Reg. 49 raine Dean. . ................... Pints ................ --Peggy Viger, reporter * * * ~ infant or adult 29= Troop No. 27 Last Tuesday members of Troop ........... Reg. 45 The dates of the Spring Music 27 finished their wire pins and Program and school picnic will be started jpuppets out of clay. Each 100 - 250 MG announced later, person m making something dif- Refl. 89 The Junior High is bracing it- ferent to be used in a sea puppet ............................................ self for the final weeks of the show in the late spring. school year with all the work andThe meeting was held at the ......... activities involved.Mrs. Avey's Room hostess.hme of Mrs. Denison with her as J 100 - 5 gr. j reg. $2.98 - 100 sizeI. "April Showers- Bring May --Kathy Pill, repor}er Aspirin Tablels Oerivile G s reg. Geriatric Vit & Min- $t29 19 eral combination 41, '62 VALIANT B'gnet 2 Door Hardtop '62 PLYMOUTH Belvedere V-8 2 Dr. Hardtop '60 FORD V-8 Fairlane 500 4 Dr, Sedan '60 CHEVROLET V-8 Biscayne 4 Dr, Sedan '60 PLYMOUTH V-8 Savoy 4 Dr. Sedan '58 FORD V-8 4 Dr. Ranch Wagon '57 DODGE V-8 4 Door Sedan '56 FORD V-8 2 Door Sedan - Stick '61 FORD Econoline Pickup '60IH Ton Panel ! '60GMC V-6 9 Pass. Carryall '58IH Ton 4 Wheel Drive Pickup , '57CHEVROLET Ton Pickup - 4 Speed '55DODGE 6 Ton Pickup. Shank Pattern Bamboo Polo '56WILLYS JEEP 4 Wheel Drwe y Reg. $1.00 .................................... 59 size .................................................... '! t 12's Pints Reg. 55 ............................. 1?7 reg. $1.00 Potted Adificial Reg. 3/$1 Assorted Reg. $1.00 Sunbeam Eledric Model NS5 $= reg. Westcraft Hoe Fishing $et $' hiu.mi.Um.patlo (ha,se $899 IH H.D. Ton Pickup '50 WILLYS PICKUP 4 Wheel Drive Keo. ;do.t Recliner, chaise or cot! 12-ft. pot.. '46 WILLYS JEEP 4 Wheel Drive reslst~ntl 4' Iong~ Green & white webbing! bobber, hoold Reg. $1.50 Clairol rolls (reg. 59) reg. $2.79 reg. $1.19 reg. 25 Schick Ballerina reg. $9.95 Hot or Cold II i- pack of 25 - reg. 49 Whitman'S ...the family store R, A. WELWOOD Home Owned and Operated 321 Railr, oad 426-3515 AUTHOR:TZD DEALER MOTORS OORPORMION 707 So. First Shelton Ch rysler---Plym~uth---Valiant I nte'rnational Trucks EVERGREEN SQUARE Phone 426-3456 im Curad - 4~.~