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1064 RT ELTON--MASON C01_rNTY JOURNAL-- Published in "Chrisfma. town, U.S.A.", Shelton, Washington PAGE 11 0nly Way To Dispell 0I Atom, ,s atom is ful- spiritual God Peally on Cln'istian ay evening. :he speaker, un- )f the Shelton t, Scientist. in Junior "the threat can only Understanding ]'// we seem to be 12 Ibs. less inch logs trees up rRA TION confrollted with a new model of deslruetiou, it is still tile Salne old belief tll~< there is a power apart from God," he said. He declared that "God is in- finite Spirit, the only Mind, ever- present Love" ='-and :'the nlore we understand the allness of Spirit, the rnore we understand tile noth- ingtlcss of matter." lie NOTFI) that even n'tt~u'a" scientists are finding matter to be nl many ways an illUsion of the senses. He quoted one physicist's explanation that all nlaterial ob- jects are "shadowy, swirling sets of electric charges, these electri- cal charges themselves being va- guc and elusive." Materiality is "~ false state of thought, not a true state of nmn," said Mr. Cern. "God is the dnly Life," and man is God's "inseparable, spiritual likeness." The need, he s~i(I, is for a 'clearer con'cept of God, and of mall as God's perfect, non-physi- cal, wholly spiritual idea. "Christ Jesus stated iL concise- ly in these words: 'Whosoever will save his life Shall lose it; and whosoever will lose his life for my sake shall find it' (Matt. 16:25i. That is, whosoever believes that there is mortul life to save, will believe that there is mortal life to lose. But whosoever relinquishes his false, mortal sense of life for the Christ, the perfect, spiritual idea of Life, shall have it." He related the case of a man who was healed of a serious or- ganic ailment when "he realized that there are no exceptions to man's being wholly spiritual," and "saw that he must mentally let go of physicality, good or bad, as a concept of his identity." THE LEG~rURER described the healing in these terms: "He had left no place for an unlikeness of God in his thought. So there could be no place for an unlikeness of God in his experience. He had wholeheartedly accepted his true identity as a perfect spiritual idea of divine Mind, instead of clinging to an imperfect, physical concept of mortal mind." Mr. Vern then compared all evil and discord with errors in math- ematics. "Just because there seem to be so many mathematical errors in l the world, would you suggest that there is a mathematical devil op- LICENSED AND BONDED Residential Wiring,., Construction and Remodeling ............ Heating., [[ Girl ,4-H Clubs At By Mrs. Ray Krat('ha SOUTHS1DE Tm~ Hendrick.% soil of Mr. slid Mrs. Rex Hendrieks of Arcadia has re-enlisted in thc Air t,~()ree and is now stationed at Pease Air Force, in New Hanlp- shire. Girl Scout Troop 118 met April crating against tile law of mathe- matics? Of conrse not! Mathema- tical errors arc the result of ig- norance of, or deviation from, mathemalical principle. "Similarly," hc said, "human dis- cords are tim result of ignorance of, or deviation from, divine Prin- ciple. They are not the result of an(,iher power operating against God, Nt)r are they the will of God. God only blesses. He never punTsh- es ,[all, nor does he forsake him, even though our false sense of man may seem to be engulfed with (liscm'd." Emphasizing that evil has no basic reality, he quoted a passage fronl the Bible: "Know therefore this day, and consider it in thine heart, that the Lord he is God in heaven above, and upon the earth beneath: there is none else" [Deut. 4:39). HE ALSO quoted the Discoverer and Founder of Christiam Science, Mary Marfer Eddy: "The subject- ire states of evil, called mortal mind or matter, are negatives des- titute of time and space; for there is none beside God or Spirit and the idea of Spirit" (No and Yes, p.. 16). "We mnst not approach each problem as if it were some part of God's creation gone wrong," the lectnrer commented. What we are contending with, he said, is "a false thought that there is something besides God, a false thought that there is an- other power." "Onr entire mortsl concept of the universe mnst be blanketed with the omnipresence of infinite Spirit. The suggestion that there is any hatred or suffering must be blanketed with the all-pervading ever-pre'aence of divine Love." This "law of God's allness' ex- ists and prevails today, he said. Probation After Death Is Scienlist Subject A Bible Lesson on "Probation After Death" will be heard at Christian Science churches next Sunday. A major theme of the Lesson will be brought out in these readings: "Work out your own salvation with fear and trem- bling. For it is God which worketh in you both to will and to do of his good pleasure . . . That ye may be blameless and harmless, the sons of God" (Phil.2). "This task God demands us to accept lovingly to-day, and to abandon so fast as practical the material, and to wotq( out the spiritnal which deternlines the outward and actual" (Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures, by Mary Baker Eddy, p.254). 9. The Scouts are making hand puppels, when they have tinisl-.ed their puppets, they will pnL on a skit for the Brownie Troop 109. Mrs. Cool is the leader of this new troop that started early this year, Vicki Harris is Patrol leader; as. sistant Patrol leader, Karen John- son; secretary, Diana ttarria; scribe, Wretha Rhoades; treasur- er, Shirley Cool; reporter, PaL Eriekson and telephone citairmmL~ Shirley Brown. At the meeting the scmtts learned new stitches on 1heir badge work and made a pic- ture of burlap sack from tt{cse stitches. The meeting adjottrned with treats served, friendship cir- cle and taps. Of the Bell Riders Saddle Chfl), Jim and Sally Taylor attended the Arabian Horse Show in Salem, Ore. over the weekend, Saily's Arab mare "Dewalaeyna" took fifth in three gated, fourth place in English pleasure attd reservee mention in purebred mare halter class and Jim's Arab horse "Sury" Look fourth place in halter class. John Holtorf, Shells and E.%l)by of the Bell Riders Saddle Club at- tended the Jamboree in Olympia Sunday. THUNDERBIRDS 4-H Club members met at Steve Herricks A.pril 15 in the evening after a short business meeting, tile 4-H boys gave their practice deluOn- ~trations. Thunderbirds are having a plant sale May 9 at the store next to, the library and the club members will have potted plants and also garden plants for Mc, thers D~.y May 10, Steve Herriek served refreshments. Mill Creek What Nots .1-1~ Club's eleventh meeting of tne year was held at Mrs. Miller's home Wednesday evening. Flag sa- lute and 4-H pledge were giveo by Marvin Simpson. Old business was the hike they had, in spite o~ a couple of flat tires all had fun, they hiked to Browning Creek vt the other side of Camp Govey. New business is the skating party which will be May 2. AL tile next meeting Curt Snyder, ERa Swear- ingen, Diane Obremski, Marvin Simpson, Lonnie Simpson and Renee Simpson all will give dem- onstrations. The next meeting will be April 29 at Mrs. Guntors home. ;22 YOur friends and neighbors - American Cancer Society V lUateers will begin calling at Mason County homes this Lil" If eVery family reads and follows the message in the S FRIENDSHIP CLUB memb(,rs mot at Dean Parkcrs l'oc lheir :,pril 15 meeting and Aw~ Pearcy sm'ved as co-hostess. The l~(,xt ntgetmg will be May 6 at lhc henlc of Martha Woo:Is. Clover Girls 4-II Cb~h met April 14 anti the president called the mceLinK to order. F'lag sa- lute and 4-It pledge wm'o led by Carlene Neal and the ~,..,mcLary road roll call and mintth,s. Club lnglnbors discussed a l!~91uo fol' their cabin at camp. Susan Swayze, VicM Harris, Wretha Rhoadcs and Susan Rains all gave demonstrations. The meetin~ adjourned and the next nleelin~ will be May 12, ret)orted Traey DeMeiro. MR. AND MRS. Fred Stuck were dinner guests of Opal Ln[',- caster of Olympia Saturday. Brownie Troop 109 met last Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Hoff, there are ten meml)er.~ in this Troop, l~ancy Evileth is a new member who has joined tile Troop and Carey Kimmerly's cos- son visited with the Brownie's. Each patrol gave a skit, Troop members are rehearsing a play lo Rive to Mrs. CooPs Troop. Sharon Johnson brought treats to the meeting and the Browni's arc working on Mother's Day gifts. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Stuck spent Saturday evening overnight with Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Orner ot Olympia and Sunday the Stinks and Orner's went to Point Defiance and had a picnic lunch. Gtrl Scout Troop 118 met April 16 at the home of their leader Mrs. C()ol on Cole road. The Scouts are making puppets for a skit for the Brownies 109. Brown- ies were guests at tile nleeting. The Scouts made fern" puppet heads, four beetle puppets and three made Frankenstein puppets. Refreshments wore served and tiu? Scouts went outside and waited for Mrs. Cool to make some lists t,) go on :-I seavanger hllnt as q gante, by PaL. Eriekson. Stopping at Lira Ray Krateha's Monday evening were Mr. and MI'S. John Speas, Dennis and Jim- nl y. Stopping by at the Krateha's Saiurday,wcre Orpha and ChnrK~s Botts. S lly Franecs Caito a visit fi'om Miss Ruth Thomp- LILLIWAUP -- All pinochle players are invited to the card party scheduled by the Lilliwaup Community Club for Friday night in the Comnmnity Hall. Card playing starts at 8 p.m. Titere ~dll be prizes and refreshments. This party is tile fifth and last of the current series of pinochle parties sponsored by the club. Stanley Smith and family of Port Angeles were weekend visi- tors a.t the tlolne of Stan's mother, Mrs. Matlie Baekhuld. They also went to Shelton to see Mrs. Smith's recently widowed mother, Mrs. E. R. Krona. Thursday luncheon guests at the home of Mrs. Allie Robinson were her daughter, Mrs. Bob Burman, with her friends frmn Bellevue, Mrs. Mcrric Doudna and Mrs. Ruth El'will. In the afternoon the Women carried out the objective of their trip to the Canal, to visit Mrs. Emily Millet" at the Skoko- mish Reservation and to see and purchase Indian baskets. Mrs. Mil- ler, one of the last of the local Indian basket makers, showed them her baskets and told them of the materials used for her fine craftsmanship.. ,~,0 INTERESTEI) were the young matrons fl~om Bellevue that ~l}ey plan on coming back later to take Mrs. Millet" on a cattail- gathering trip when the time is ripe for her excursion to collect ~sketry materials. Mrs. Burman stayed over for ~kend, when she was joined Bob, and daughter ee. Oh, yes, the BurmaWs cat too, and much to A1- presented them with during their stay. Preside, that "We he e to make B,e "' t Mervlll Wingard states P .Oblns)ingers of summer, as the greatest educational effort ever undertaken by the the are of spring, we saw a- ac'~ a family picnicking Sun- tl;Y~)e~tting at a table in the lit- in its fight to help protect oUr people from death from enside .ark of the Lilliwau o ~ P M tel And dayhght sawng time "~zl(~e]t,,,, stha~'ts llext Sunday, so be of good ~, Cnoer, You lovers of the out-of- t .uu_ o" ~nd you'd better get busy ]nl~.Ut gardens, too. t. and Mrs. Claude Elwood of CARL ....................... 23.46 CARM ....................... 23.29 CARN ....................... 24.53 CAR0 ....................... 23.24 CARP ....................... 25.24 I(AMILCttE- We wcrc sad t~ learB of tile death April 15 t)l Mr. and Mrs. Claud I'etereit's grand-dat|ghLer Marilyn MeClel- land, 11 years oht, daughter ,)f Mr. and Mrs. l~ol)erL E. McChq- land of Hoqtllam. She WaS ill otdy a few days. There are three otiae:' children in lhe home, l~.oberl, Carol AlUl and Donna. Coluioi- ~drs. Ett.i Be,rand wet.. cnllcvs ut !lie lihvzcnc Taylor home. Mr. and M,'s. M. Lambert visited hi; lhe Iloll;e (}f 3. B, I~tlssoH at I,eDIlln NLHI(t~Iy. JESS HUSF, EY returned from a ~'(:atllc hospiL',d last Fl'iC(d}." LO the Martin Otto home. Miss Lol':~a ]-h~sRey o Salenl, Ore, visitcd at the, home of b(?r son of Tacoma, who brought with her her aunt from California to spend the day. Mrs. Flm'ence Ross ot Seattle, mot:her of Mrs. Lewis A. Evans, came l,'riday evening to spend thc weekend with the Evmtses aL Holi- day Beach. Menus for Shelton Elementary Schools and Shelton Senior High School Week of April 27 - May 1 Monday--Spanish lasagne with meat , h o t buttered french bread, peas, I)eaehes and milk. Tuesday -- Barbecued trash, Teen lima beans or si:Ulel'kraut, rolls, chocolate cal(e, and milk. Wednesday -- Chili con earne, vegetal)le wedges, peanut but- *[ntermedlate Slze Six Cylinder Cars An automobile transmission, we grant you, isa't the most soul-stirring subject on earth. Nothing to look at either. But if' you'd like tor your next new car to give you a better break on performance and gasoline mileage, something happened last weck to be your guide. The Los Angeles to New York Mobil Economy Run proved one thing for sure. There's quite a difference in the trans- missions of new cars. Three out of four for Buick once is extended to the families, sisler Mrs. MarLin Oth) ia:~t week Church notice flu' this week is tend. the announeenlellt of a series ot'[ speciql meetings with Evangelist[ The ADr'," meeting of ll,e school Marvin Moc of Port Angel(s, telbard willof thisbe heldweek.On Thmsday commence May 3. Iev''ning Mr. and Mrs. Cecil 13]~(kwcller Rememher also thai: Progres.~ CARR ....................... 22.34 CARS ........................ 21.98 CART ....................... 2,40 visited on Wednesday m~d Thurs- day of last week at the home ot their (taugl~Aer Mrs. \V, It. MclVie and family ~l 'Pwi;q). Five families pnlled h o u s e trailers to the ocean beach Sat- urday and enjoyed a ple'tsant week end at the Ocean City Stute Park. They were Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Blackwelder, Mr. and ]VIrs. Harry Simmons, Mr. and Mrs. h'a Stans- bury, Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Todd~ land Mr. and Mrs. Cab Rains. iLeontu'd an'l Vi Cole ter or bo|oglla sandwiches, ber- ry or cherry cobbler, and nlilk. CAR U ....................... 19.99 Thursday -- Pork and gravy on hol biscuits, green beaus, wal- dorf salad, pe'tnut bntter c()oldo and milk. Grange will put on the Fifth I)e- grce FrMay of this week. Kamilchc ,',(heel baseball players won the game pl:tyc(1 at Lower Skol(ontish hlst Friday when they piay>d lhe old school Le,mL The seore was 12 to 5. This week again they make the trip to Lo,ver Skok,mfish when they play the junior high school boys. Goo(I htek to the team. Reecnt Sunday evening guests at tile Edwin Petty tmme were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Her:z, ot Little Sl(ookunL Rcv. and Mrs. Earl Bradlev an( boys attende4 the 70ti~ bir'thday anniversary dinner of their aunL Mrs. Grace Smith at ~ri]doek last S~tm'day. MR. AND MRS. R. N,r GRATE of Tacoma were Sunday guests at the Edwin Petty home. The fonr thm~ attended the National (]tlard Tank Drivers Course near the air- port and then attended the rho- dodendron -':how at the PUl ) Build- ing where Mrs. Petty won the door prize cf four nice rhododen- dron plants. Ralph Krtse retttrned home Sun- day aftern:,(m from the hospital where he was confined a tew days with Ihe flu. Monday Mrs. Edwin Petty visit- cd Mrs. Stella Booth -rod Mrs. Ida Down on Hill(rest and tilen called at; the hospital to visit Mrs. Dan Wood who Is reported as do- ing ~ell and Oll the r'odd to re- Covory. The yout,g people of Karat!(he church with their teacher, Phil Smlntons, along with Do 'othy Simmons m:d children drove to the ~ecan beach Saturday wlun'e they dug clams, and had a wiener rcast and spent an enjoyable day. Visitors at the Annie Whitencr home last Slmday wel'e Mr, and Mrs. Wade I~ero.v" of Sumner, Mr. and Mrs. Jolm iq.rise of Nisqual- ly and Mr.~ Myrtle R )bersen of Olympia. Sunday Ronald ~VhiLener or Sil,rerdale flew an airpian~ Lo Shelt, m ai"l~ort where the ehildlon who Wele winners in ,t Sunday :~flaoo] e:;fn]'t ~,veI'C giv~:n plane rides. Last week Mrs. May lTnKer anti Friday --- Shrimp salad, grilled cheese sandxvich on holnc-lna(le bread, apple crisp, and mill(, or creanl of toluato soup and tuna fish sandwich, carrot sticks , apple crisp and milk. Supplement your child's diet with Plenamins from The long-time champion in the transmis- sion league--Buick--walked off with rhe 1964 economy pennant. No other single Rtakc of car won as many events as Buick. Four entries, three winners. Prepp's Rexall ,r brought to its home we could say that one out of two ~11~ - Who develop cancer could be saved rather than only three. 'drove to the Canal last spend the day with friends, Mr. and W'ebb and :Mrs. Allie ah ~.:12i~.,rs" t!HWood is the foster re2re'('! in~''Mrs" Ahl, having been ~ne home of Jacob Hasp- fly, Mrs Ahl s t . -- mcle As a young woman, Mrs. Ahl came from Mis- WltAT CAN YOU DO TO HELP PROTECT YOURSELF ~?l(~riMto~ n~ake he," home with Mr. " "'~ t~au'-tl ...... **-- :~. ~' ,Y a~ union. .... hom;'~-_";rank Robinson returned CANCER? ner beach apartment F~i day, f011oWiug a 1^ " "" ...... ~ u-oay visit at file sonic of her Son and daughter-, I'oll ean have an annual health cheekup and know TM2c and Mrs. John Robin- ' oma. She went to Port- land Wednesday for a visit with Pozz the seven danger signals of cancer, her granddaughter Mts StepTien Morris, her hu-~' - " ' .... soano and baby ~ daugnter, Rebe-~^ MRS. .o, ...... the- en When a volunteer calls make a contribution to help went to SeaV" "" ...... =' .... ...... ue Thursday with ~r. an~ Mrs. Lee Hale to" attend ' -='X eriean Cancer Society continue its programs of re- rieAYn SoWaS a cousin of Mrs. Iunera serviees for Henry Ayers. ' edUeation and service to cancer patients. . ~ Mrs Peterson's late husband. ' (This Space Courtesy Simpson Timber Company) John Robinson and young son, J~,~, tffTna?2ya got up early Sun- , .... ~ and caught' their trout: ,mils On the ~,,.~,.~.~, ^~ ,,.^ lake fishin~ ..- ~ "'~"'"s "~ u,~ o~,ls s-e-*~',~easn' The Robin- .... ~ .v ,,,~ Lne Weekend at their little Lilliwaup Creek cabin Mr a~d Mrs T ~ " '. - . ex ~hields were at thew xn~ian Beach cottage and enjoyed the fine weekend weather. With them Was their daughter, Mrs. Jim Oakley With her hus- band and childre'n' from Kent. The Oakleys were former Beach resi- flents here. SUnday they enjoyed % The winning Special carried the new Super Turbine 30o automatic transmission; the LeSabre was equipped with the Super Turbine 400 (both optional at extra cost). They're the latest in it long line of Buick transmissions well known tor their s/nooth- ness and absence of "shift t):el". The Super Turbine is a relined and improved torque 132 RR. Phone 426-4642 WALL PAINT lllOltV@ POWt'! Slngt* COat Idd*s like moOkl Eaay 1o oPpilf with brush ~, roll~ Orl*l Icp-frea In 30 mlnuteo Saves time, ra~ney cnnd effo~ ~. Clean upwlth Ioopand w~tl~ qt. R.adyanl~.d olor~ ond wh~'. r~~ AVAILABLE IN MORF. THAN 600 COLORS WITH MATCHING LO-LUSTRE ENAMEL---$2,87 qt. III H I LLC R E ST Phone 426-4522 CAR FF ...................... 17.48 CAR GG ...................... 17.97 Chl= HH ...................... 17.98 CAR II ....................... 0.10 CAR JJ ...................... 1950 CAR KK ..................... 19.95 the Buick exhibit at the General--New York World's Fair '233 South First St. SEE YOUR LOCAL AUTHORIZED BUICK DEALER. AUTHORIZED BUICK DEALER IN THIS AREA: Your type of drivinll--regular gas The Run was tbrough cities and towns, across super highways, in traffic, out of traffic. This was not race track driving or ~roving 8round driving. This was your ind of driving--even though you can't expect to get as good mileage as these expert drivers in their tiqely tuned produc- But it's nice to get economy as a plus in a Buick. Beyond the dollars saved on gaso- line, there's a certain pride in knowing you have a car that's built to get the most out of every tank of gasoline. Wouldn't You Really Rathe~r Have a Buick? }rear, The 300 cubic inch V-8 in the winning There are so many other good reasons fbr 13uick Special (the lowest priced of all leaning to Buick that economy usually Buicks) and the Buick LeSabre (the lowest gets second billiog. There's styling, natu. priced big Buick) is like a well-conditioned rally. An unusually great ride. Etraordi- fighter. All muscle, no fat. Weighs in at nary engineering and workmanship. And far less than other V-8's of similar punch, very ~,oung performance. Small wonder htookeveryotherV.SintheEconomyRm~. Buick sales are running at 11.5% over last We don't expect everybody to rush out this week-end to buy a new Buick just because we won a few economy trophies. power team and what it's able to squeeze out ot its fuel. months. All three Buicks used regular gas. So the Economy Run is not just a cross country tour for the Mobil people and a few car buffs. Irs a reliable test of a car's Of course, an efficient transmission gets more et~cient when teamed up with a lean, agile engine. The winning Buick power plants were our new V-6 and V-8. converter type to help yon safely pass cars tlon cars. The distance was 3,243 miles, and trucks as well as gas stations, about what most families log in four You'll hear a lot about it in the next couple of years as this modem kind of transmis. sion is adopted by more and more car builders'what~about entwines ? ,e Data ceflified and approved by the Unlie(I States Auto Club ~ "''"" *Intermediate Size E'ight Cyllnder Cers *Full Size Eight Cylinder Cars, Medium Prlee