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PAGE 4 SlCrELTON--MASON COUNTY JOURNAL- Published in ¢'Christmastown, U.S.A.", Shelton, Washington Thursday, :( APRIL 28- MAY 4 PROCLAIMED ESA WEEK Social Events TACOMA RADIO OOMMEHTATOR SPEAK FOR REPUBLICAN WOMEN'S OLUBLUNGH The Mason Count y Vomen's Re- publican Club met for hmcheon at tlm Colonial House lasL Wednes- day with a capacity assemblage that included a number of promin- ent gentlemen guests. Seated at the Speaker's table and introduced by i.hc presiOent. Mrs. George G Shackleford, were Mrs. Edgar Eisenho'er, Tacoma; Seldon YV. VanderWegen chairman of the Republican Committee for Mason county; 5,h's. Guy J. Norris. vice chairman, and Mrs. Laura VVagener. county clerk. Mrs. Virginia Shaekelford of Ta- coma. radio eoommentator and student of world affairs, was the able and dynamic speaker of the day. She was introduced by Mrs. Harold C. Skirling, program chair- man. Mrs. Shaekelford's topic was "Foreign Aid" and she graphically outlined the many facets of the subject and pointed out the re- sultant weaknesses of our existing foreign aid program. The "Pozies and Junque" table with Mrs. Eber Angle in charge, was a sell-out. Assisting in various capacities were Mrs. Robert Puhn. treasurer. who was introduced by Mrs. George Shackleford and Mes- dames Norris. L. L. McInelly, Jo- seph Peters and Calvin H. Mann. Next month the club will go to Bremerton for a joint luncheon meeting with the Kitsap County Women's Republican Club at 12 noon. May 14 at the Elks Club. The speaker that day will be Mrs. Clare B. Williams. head of the Women's Division of the Re- publican National Committee. whose center of working activities is Washington, D.C. Men of the county are also cordially invited to attend this meeting. For reser- vations call Mrs. Alice Dielle at 426-3416. Harstine Couples Are Grandparents Of Baby Born In Glasgow, Mont. By Donette R. (flanger HARSTINE.- --Lois and Jack Meeks are receiving congratula- tions this week on the birth of their first grandchild---a girl, born to their' daughter. Yvonne and Bob Stambrosky. Little Suzanne Louise was bi)rn in Glasgow, Mont.. April 17. She weighed 8 ponnds. Proud paternal grand- parents are Mr. and Mrs. Andy Stambrosky of Harstine. Great- grandmother for' the first time is Mrs. Edith Smalley, who makes her home with the Meeks. Con- gratulations to all of you from all 5our Island friends. The Harstine Island Social Club released the fire tnmk to Larry Jerrells to dispose of the truck to some other community who is try- ing to form a fire district. Under four horn's old. Over the weekend the MeAuliffes journeyed to Port- land and visited. Son Dan is proud- ly displaying a new motor scooter and we might add is the envy of most teenage boys of Harstine. Our congenial deckhand on the Harstine II. Dale Peugh, has re- turned to work and is once more cranking the ferry slip and di- recting traffic. Dale cut his thumb off in a home accident last month. The Ha rstine Island school chil- dren went on a field trip Friday to Bremerton Navy Yard and boarded the Mighty Mo. The U.S.S. Missouri. laying at anchor in the bay. The children received a big thrill when a sailor was assigned as their personal escort and took them on a grand tom" of the yard. They enjoyed standing on the the leadership of Mrs. Sally Tay- lor and Mrs Inez Robb the truck was purchased for a token pay- ment by the residents of Agate, who are undertaking the forma- tion of a district. JIM AND ELLA M('AULIFFE were very pleased to have as their guests this past week Ella's sister and family, the Elmer Cooks of IIwako. their son. John, who is on leave from the San Diego Naval Station, their daughter Mr. and [frs. Carl , Brateng and grand- daughter. Lorrie Kim. who is just four months old. This was Ella's second visit with her great-niece. The first being when she was only Temperatures will average below normal for the next five days with highs in the 50's and lows in the 30's and low 40's. bronze plaque that tells the time. t place and longitude of the Japa- nese surrender. The big gms and other military significance of the ship overwhelmed them. The escort then showed them the Bone Home Richard, aircraft carrier in for te- l pairs and other type vessels. They were escored by their teacher and her husband. Mr. and Mrs. Ty Green, their ever-faithful bus driver, John Hitchcock and driv- ing bus No. 2, Mrs. H. V. Glaser and Mrs. Austrid Saeger. DON'T FORGET you can still mail in your Journal sulscription renewal to the Journal office and give credit to the Island child of your choice. Those from Harstine are Sue Glaser'. Bill Waite and Dave Barnett. Bonnie and Warren Yates and children Connie and Harley of Seattle. spent the weekend visit- ing Warren's folks the Stan Yates. We Islanders wish to offer our sincerest sympathy to Mr. and Mrs. Sid Baunsgard. whose daugh- ter-in-law passed away a Burns Lake. B. C. this week. She is survived by her husband William Fountain and four children. -Word was received on the Is- land late Monday night that Mrs. Jessie Simmons Rutherford had suffered a serious fall while at- tending the Rebekah Lodge meet- ing and that she suffered a pos- sible broken hip. Her son, Gordon left immediately after receiving the call to be at his mother's bed- side. Harstine Island's lone 1963 graduate of Irene S. Reed high school is Harlin Jerrells. He ma- jored in science and plans on at- tending Glendale College for two years and then two more years at the U. of W.. studying oceanog- raphy. Hugo and Celia Glaser received word this week that their eldest grandson "Dick.4e" has enlisted in the U.S. Air' Force. He is now stationed at Lackland Air Force Base. Texas, and that he will be transferred to ,La technical en- gineering course for 14 to 20 weeks in Illinois. Precipitation will be moderate Most likely occuring Thursday and Friday and again Sunday or Monday, You'll Be Comfortable with Shell Modern Heat GOTT OIL COs BAYSHORE ROAD 426-3322 Marriage Licenses Applying for marriage licenses at the Mason county auditor's of- fire this past week were: John McGawie, 28, Mattock. and Agnes L. Taylor, 30, Matlock. David J. Rogers, 18, Shelton, and Wendy E. Stine. 20, Shelton. James Tingstrom, 38. Lake Tahoe. Calif., and Idle Johnson. 40, Pasadena, Calif. Wayne C. Schnabel, 26. Shelton, and Ben]ice C. Conner, 23, Shel- ton. & mare ar !iket00s One ingredient is ' . "1 : :' ,  ..... ' THE WEEK OF APRIL 28 to May 4 has been set aside and designated as Epsilon Sigma Alpha Week by Mayor Frank Travis, Jr. To commem- orate the occasion the local Beta Zeta Chapter do- nated a sound movie projector and television an- tennae to the Rogers school. In the above photo Mrs. Floyd Ridout. president, looks on while sev- eral Rbgers students examine the new projector. They ae from left to right, Donna Jean Dorey, Brenda Howe. Ruth Rogers, and Benny Nestell. ,Epsilon Sigma Alpha is one of the oldest off-camp- pus sororities in existence. Since its founding in 1929 it has grown to 1500 chapters and more than 40,000 members throughout the United States and several foreign lands. The Shelton chapter was organized in 1952 and has a membership of 17. The group meets every second and fourth Monday of each month in addition to special events which includes the husbands and families of the mem- bers. The sorority is an educational, social and philanthropic organization. During this week all chapter and members place special emphasis on their philanthropic projects. Here in Shelton.. for example Beta Zeta chapter has undertaken to help such worthwhile projects as Rogers school and Exceptional Foresters, as wetl as its State Welfare Project. LAUREL COURT TO INSTALL OFFICERS THIS SATURDAY Laurel Court No. 26. Order of Amaranth held election of officers April 17. The retiring officers are Grace and Ellis Wells. New officers will be installed I at 8 p.m. this Saturday at the l Masonic Temple. The Amaranth members extend a cordial invita- tion to the public to attend. Mrs. Lucille Speece wilI be in- Hood Canal Club Is Hostess For District Meeting Ten Garden Clubs were repre- sented April 16 when the Olympic Peninsula District. Washington State Federated Garden Clubs met at the Hood Canal Woman's club- house in Potlatch. Hood Canal Garden Club was hostess. Mrs. Gerald Hunt. Port Townsend Dis- trict Director', presided. 1 During the morning session Mrs. stalled as royal matron- Judge Hunt reported on the state wide Charles T Wright. royal patron; tour to be held April 29 - May 2 to Mrs. B. N. Collier. associate ma- tron: Claude Danielson. associate patron; Mrs. Lout Larson, con- ductress; Mrs. Glenn Story, as- sociate conductress: Mrs. Vernon Davdson. secretary; Cirarles Wrage, treasurer. Mrs. Ellis Wells. trustee for 3 yrs.: Louise Stiner. marshall in the east; Doris Simpson. marshall in the west: Georgia Hilhnan, standard bearer: Glenn Story .hFs- torian: Hattie Pierce. prelate; honor the new National Council of Garden Clubs President, Mrs. J. Gordon Gose of Seattle. During that time Mrs. Gose will visit ev- ery district and will end at the Cvernor's mansion with a tea in het; honor sponsored by the Capi- tol. Cross Sound and Olympic dis- tricts. Charles Pock. Mason County Ex- tension agent, spoke at tire morn- in K meeting on Specialization in the Plant Field. He also discussed Beth Johnson. musician; Irene "litterbugs" Jackson. truth: Beulah Helser, There was a small standard faith1; Gloria Stoner. wisdom; Flower Show. "The Gaiety of Helen Wright, charity; Alma Spring" in eonjuction with the Catto. warder; Theodore Deer. meeting. sentinel. New District officers elected Mrs. Lout Larson will direct the during the afternoon session were: Grand Court Choir which consists Mrs. vr. F. Taylor. Quileene. di- of Muriel Rhodes. Alice Dahlgren, rector: Mrs. R A. Nelson. first Jewell Deer. Elsie Wilson. Stella assistant director; Mrs. Ansgar Neuensehwander, Vi Danielson, Pedersen. Nordland. second assist- aMrgie Wrage, Beth Johnson Lor- ant director: Mrs. David Hope, Margie Wrange, Beth Johnson, or- Sequim. recording secretary; Mrs. Batehelor. The theme chosen is "Charity". Herman Ahlvers. Port Angeles, Decorations will be carnations. !Library Lawn Gets Rhododendrons The Shelton Public Library ig get- ting a new look on the outside to go along with the interior re- modeling completed Iast year. And just in time for National Libraiw Week too. The Shelton Chapter of the Am- erican Rhododendron Society re- cently completed planting rhodo- dendrons around the building to add to the beauty of the lawn. Working on the project were Dr. Kelvin Hamilton. Dr. and Mrs. Ben Briggs, Vernon Wyatt and Elmer Drirtgman. Wyatt, who has the Wyatt Nur- series at Union and specializes in rhododendrons, furnished the plants. The species have been lad bled for those who are interested. National Library Week is-April 21-27. Wednesday Nighters To Hear Music Professor Wednesday Niters will hear Pro- fessor Robert Dietz, head of the music department at Olympic Col- lege in Bremerton, Speaking on cordmunication through the Mod- ern Arts when they meet May 1. The group has had a series of lec- tures, discussions and presenta- tions from architects, musicians and artists. Professor Dietz will attempt to round out the year with his own interpretaticn of expression through the contemporary arts. Potluck will begin at 6:30 p.m. and the meeting will begin at 7:30 p.m. at the Methodist church. Simpson Acquitted In Price Fix Suit A Federal District Court jury in Los Angeles last Friday, April 19, acquitted Simpson Timber Com- pany of charges of conspiracy with respect to flush door prices. The 10-day trial came a year and a half after a Federal grand jury returned an indictment against Simpson and 14 Other firms and inclividuals in October, 1-961. The Associated Press reported the 14 other defendants pleaded no contest and were e0xietedo treasurer. Mrs. Florence Putney and Mrs. Ruth Meyers of the Agate Nurs- ery were the afternoon speakers. Their subject was home landscap- ing. They had a number of plants on display to illustrate leaf shapes, texture, color and size. Suggestions for planting, exposures and com- binations were made by the speak- ers. Last business of the day was the surprise presentation of a cer- tificate of Life Membership in the State Federation of Garden Clubs to Mrs. Gerald Hunt. Director, acknowledging her years of service to the District. Child Evangelism Program Planned The Good News Clubs of the Child Evangelism Fellowship of Shelton and Mason County are holding their closing Rally on Tuesday at 8:15 p.m at the First Baptist. Church. The boys and girls will present the program to their families and friends. They are urging each Good News Clubber to attend, and inviting everyone interested in boys and girls to come to this Rally and see what Child Evangel- ism is all about. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Parrott, formerly of Hoodsport, but now residing iri Wenatchee, where they' have been serving as Child Evan- gelism Directors for the north- eastern district of Washington, wilt be the guest speakers for tlI Rally. Mr. and Mrs. Parrott are CEt missionary appointees to Brazil, and will be going there this sum- mer. They will be telling of. and explaining their work in evan- gelizing the boys and girls, and training adults for teachers and workers, among the people in Bra- zil. ARRIVALS . Shelton General Hospital Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Lloyd, Rt. 3 Box 331 A, April 23, a girl. Clinic Hospital Mr. and Mrs. Donald Putvin, 425 Dearborn, a boy, April 18. Ham Dinner Slated At Bordeaux School A Ham Dinner will be served from 5-7:30 p.m. next Wednes- day at the Bordeaux school This is the one money raising project sponsored by the PTA for the year. The proceeds will be used for this year's project, the excavation, grading and leveling of the play- ground. Prices have been set at $1 for adults. 50 cents for children in grade school and $3.50 for fami- lies of 5 or more. The 4th. 5th and 6th grade students are hav- ing a contest to see which room can sell the most dinner tickets. Donnie J. Guild Elects Officers The Donnie J. Orthopedic Guild held its April meeting at the home of Mrs. Ernest Malloy with Mrs. Fred Hohn as co-hostess. Election of officers was held with Mrs. Charles Manke elected April Meeting Is MRS. GAFFNEY RETIRES FROM Busy One For Hood A long-time Mrs. Josephine Pearl Canal Woman's Club NorthwestCl°se a 20-yearBetl,career The Hood Canal Woman's Club Gaffnev recently held its April 18 meeting at tlre honer "at a clubhotme. Reports were given on t.ended by 75 the successful Fashion Tea of yellow and green March 28 which was chairmaned by Mrs. Edith Kraus of Potlatch. A report was also given on the Olympic Peninsula District Gar- den Club's meeting of April 16 for which the "Woman's Club ca- tered the luncheon. Mrs. Ann Rowe was in charge of the hmcheon which was a decided success. I The Woman's Club Birthday Dinner [Rose Luneheonl will be held next Tuesday at the Potlatch clubhouse. This is open to mem- bers only and is in honor of Past Presidents, Founders and Trustees. The annual Father's Day Pan- cake Breakfast will be held again this year. Election of officers for the com- ing year resulted in the follow- ing: Helen Thwaites. Lilllwaup president; Ann Rowe Potlatch. first vice president Ilma Jenner, Potlatch. second vice president; Rose Fredson. Shelton .secretary; Blanche 2alahan. Hoodsport. trea- surer. These newly elected officers start their terms in September. Mrs. Maude Crosby, Shelton, was elected as a new trustee. Penny Drive Plans Made By Guild Mrs. S. A. Hatcher of Little Skookum Inlet was hostess for the April meeting of the Georgine Reed Orthopedic Guild held at her home last Friday. The business meeting followed hmcheon and Penny Drive enve- lopes and maps were distributed by the Penny Drive chairman. The Guild accepted a check from Mrs. R. O. Yeager for money raised during the winter by a bridge group onsisting of six members and their husbands. The two win- ners of the group also donated their prizes. An afternoon of bridge followed the business meeting. Cancer Society Fund Drive Starts The American Cancer Society fund drive in Shelton and Mason County started this week, Steve Viger, chairman of the Mason County Chapter of the Society said. A list of the volunteer workers for the campaign in the city aId county will be completed this week. he said. The drive will ex- tend into the second week of May. If the present rates prevail, can- cer will strike 46 million Ameri- cans now living. This stark fact should be a source of vital con- cern to each citizen of our State and Nation. It is known that at least one out of two cancer patients could president for the ensuing year; Mrs. Verne Hansen. vice pres.; be saved if more people saw their Mrs. Bob Fuller .see.. and Mrs. physicians for early detection, Raymond Orr. treas, diagnosis and treatment. Handicapped Children Receive Donations From ESA Chapter Beta Zeta Chapter, Epsilon Sig- ma Alpha held a short business meeting Monday night at the home of Mrs. Bill Hunter in Skokomish Valley. Another donation, in the amount of $70. has been made to the Exceptional Foresters. This amount was a large portion made at the Open House of Pauley Mot- ors last Saturday. Mrs. Glenn Sowers. Ways and Means chairman, has outlined the plans and arrangements for an- other catering project coming up May 11. A donation of a new movie sound projector and television aerial has been presented to Rog- ers school. After the business meeting an evening of fun was in order with everyone dressed for a "come as you are" party. Games and cards were played. At the close of the evening the "Girl of the Year" award was pre- sented to Mrs. Floyd Ridout by Mrs. Ray Rice. The award is in recognition of her outstanding con- tribution to Beta Zeta Chapter. Mrs. Ridout was presented with a silver engraved candy dish. Guest for the evening was Mrs. Jean Bass of Hoodsport. Approximately ten members of Beta Zeta are making final pre- parations to attend the Washing- ton State Convention of ESA in Seattle. W[ay 3-5. Mrs. Floyd Ridout has been nominated by the Chapter to run for State Ways and Means chairmanship. Elec- tions for State Officers will be held at this convention. The next meeting will be'at the Island Lake home of M..Gene White. May 13. Refreshments were served by the hostess and co-hostess, Mrs. Jerry Richert. Money never made a man hap- py yet. nor will it. There is noth- ing in its nature to produce hap- piness. The moe a man has, the more he wants. Benjamin Franklin The next meeting will be held next Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Leon Scott. Results of the rummage sale which was held in April will be discussed at th]s meeting. Bride-Elect Is Shower Honoree Miss Betty Jo Paulson. bride- elect of Mr. Eddie York. Selby, Mont.. was the guest of honor at a bridal shower held April 16 at the home of Mrs. Bill Homan. A beautiful white cake was dee- orated with pink and yellow roses with the message "Best 'Wishes. Betty Jo and Eddie" written on the top. Many lovely and useful gifts were received. Assistingthe hostess were Mrs. Carmel Wade and Mrs. John Paul- son The door przze was won by Mrs. Mary Anne Peterson. 4-H NEWS The Guys and Gals 4-H Club had a parents and frienls night at their' last meeting in the Mic- dle Skokomish School. Parents of the members and members of the This and Thats and Ruff and Rea- ay 4-H clubs were guests. County Agents Charles Peck I and Jane Windsor spoke on dem- onstrations and the help and en- couragement parents should give 4-H members. Cheryl Cowan gave a demon- , stration on "How to make an ap- ron" and Bette Cowan on "How to prepare Swedish Tea Cakes". To speed the final victory over cancer, the American Cancer So- ciety must intensify its efforts to bring lifesaving facts to the pub- lic. to improve the care of the cancer patient, and to accelerate its research lC.'ogram. NOW, THEREFORE. I, Albert D. Rosellini. Governor of the State of Washington, do hereby desig- nate April as. CANCER CONTROL MONTH and urge the citizens of our' state to support the American Cancer Society by learning the facts about cancer that are vital to personal protection from this disease. Albert D. Rosellinl. Grange News By Betty Ann Sero PROGRESS GRANGE will have the fifth degree team at their Grange Friday evening to confer the degree work on the new can- didates. A potluck supper will be served following the meeting. COUNTY POMONA will meet Sunday in the PROGRESS  GRANGE beginning at 11 o'clock. Dinner will be served by the PROGRESS GRANGE ladies at 12:30 o'clock. GRANGES wishing to have their news published are to tele- phone me at 426-3683 either Sun- day or Monday evening. This method wilt save me a lot Of time and assure you of getting your news in the paper. I cannot afford to waste my time making money. --Louis Agassiz predominated at Tire retirement lheme out on a cleverly t.opped with a chair and a sleepy One of the highl tea was the F time membership in Pioneers of ings, division manager tie Pioneers is an for active and with at least 21 years service. J. W. manager from Mrs. Gaffney a gold to mark tire received several eluding luggage fro co-workers. Mrs. Gaffney phone career as an Shelton traffic was a service 1.946 until 192 whe fro'red to Olympi the position of tirement. She is past ton Business and men's Club, and St. Society, St. Church. Mrs. husband. John, have West Turner the paS RECONDITIONED GUARANTEED USED APPLIANCES Refrigerators Freezers Washers Dryers 'Range s Democratic Committee The Mason Centra C,rmittee p.m. tonight at the precinct committeerae ed to be present as elected There will be chairman has taining informative € BRAGGING! Why Not We're selling the available anywhere' you ' demonstrati° ground to 219 So. 1st St. to, protect your electric FALLEN TREE BRANCHES are. cause of electric service high winds or other causes hurtling across power lines, many fer because vital electricity is cut-off. THAT'S WHY we trim the trees likely to cause trouble. The crews are trained to do a neat, to protect your electric service. \\;ktl I l Ill i' MASON P,,U Lemo00 oo0000,oo,Warren Refr eration .O: JACK COLE, president; TOM WEBB vi 2rid aid It'stTherservice After The Sale That a an= PB.ch:uns4.2445 ED TAYLOR, seqretary JERRY LIVE BETTEg  Cooke's & Tree Trimmi