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1963 SI{ELTONmMA$0N COLrNY JOURNAL-- Published in Cllristmastoq,% U.B.A.% Shelt0n, Washington &apos; i i Hold Funeral For Pet Dog Killed in Accident say that a t the weekend from the University of ,Vashington---was lending a also soon lhan d at the office of Alderbrook lain Tlmrs-iinn and which is an activity she the young)is interested in, and enjoys." belonging ] Sunday's summery day brought fily--and loved out a number of people making children was I rese,'vations for their family yarn- and ! tions at Alderhrook. home. At the Inn arc some 60 repre- :ely taken to sentatives of General Electric and found last 'as too badly o he was re- all of the little and played loved the year-old dog, graveside fu- little pal. at the time. tears less no- round prayer was afternoon. L'est close by-- Ld SO lads close had fished, WOOdland trails. Only left home .sters---it was he took been in feathered pal dis- POnd of the Weekend they recently. white raced yard of the s. When uz.ly little duck and ran his Coat and seem- Curly's the enjoy, and the duck's two odd of the same runner. Curly and never an eye at one their wives, attending the annual convention of the G.E. Company. The group held their banquet Saturday evening and enjoyed a dance following the event. Coming m Sunday were a large group of represetativeS of the Uni- versity of Washington Social Workers Association. Delegates arrived from out the West Coast. and including Alaska and Hawaii, to take part in the Seminar. Gene Miller and family of Aber- deen drove to Union Sunday to spend the day with his mother, Mrs. Nina Miller. MR. AND MRS. Eric Bergquist returning last Friday from their winter home at Palm Springs, and settled down again at their Union beach home at Bergquist Resort place m preparation of spring and the summer season. Dave Barclay's Art Class will meet each Monday at his ranch up the Skokomish Valley. Last Thursday's meeting of the Hood Canal Woman's Club was largely attended, with some 27 members present. Vice President Vera Shortsleeves presided at the business meeting at 11 a.m. which included election of officers. Elected were,President, Mrs. Helen Thwaites; vice president, Anne Rowe; secretary, Rose Fredson; treasurer, Blanche Calahan. Mrs. Maude Crosby was elected as trus- tee. to succeed the term of Eleanor Brewer. Blanche Calahan gave an interesting report on the Penin- sula District meet Tuesday at the Doric Hotel Cafe of Tacoma. She is vice president of the Peninsula District of Washington State Fed- eration of Women's Clubs. THE UNION" MEMBERS-- Mesdames Stark, Miller, Turner, Anderson. Nichols and Dalby were hostesses, and had arranged the first picnic luncheon (buffet style) of the season. The tables were daintily decorated with small vases of pastel spring blossoms, and plates and napkins carried out the same color scheme. Substantial picnic menu carried through. In direct contrast to the spring-sum- mer effect was the downpour of rain out of doors. The Club's annual birthday sup- per was set for April 30 at 6 p.m. at Hood Canal Woman's Club- house. The affair is for members and charter members only. "Walt Mille is furnishing the supper.at $2.50 per plate. Stunts will be given by each community during the evening's program. I Clubwise also--attending last Tuesday's Spring Conference of three Morse John--are that boy multi- Lso another them dale For fine dog so PARK the over the all hooked sunshine sum- of the sea- long rows. advantage for a the joy of who vere and phere Miss Nancy Johnson home over the Peninsula District of the repai, as Fast-:to was of the opin- Washington State Federation of ion a broken piston had caused lhe Women's Clubs at the Doric of Ta- difficulty. Late1 they will return. coma were Blanche Calahan, replace the engine and fly the Hoodsport, vice president of that plane home. club, Nina Miller and Marie Torn- Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Petitt have er. The meeting brought out a been downed by al severe attack large number of women, with the of the flu bug Clyde was the first Junior Women's Club of Tacoma. one down and his cold became and the Auxiliary of the Assorts- worse and he re:relined down. Mrs. lion for Retarded children as host- Petitt was ill last week. and ac- esess of the event. Blanche'Cala- cording to report is slill under the han re:ponded to the welcome of I weather. the hostess club. She also read} At the present: writing Union the Fine Art report of Ethel Dalby Correspondent quips- -hut half- who was unable to attend. Nina heartedly, Ah to trill the lfght Miller, conservation chairman, cadenza--out of bed of inflnenza, gave an interesting paper, which with a speaking voice utterly for- stressed the need of women to .eign and of female baritone qual- keep alert to present day activi- ity. Ahs me-. ties. mentioning'water and air pol- Hood Canal Sportsmen's club. 8 lution as important factors of the o'clock Thursday, April 25 meet- time. ling and fihn. "Whistle and Sing" M.IE TURNER modeled thc] adventure in the Caribbean. handsome green suit and tanl ................... flowered blouse she made while]S0cia j Security attending Micky Coles tailoring] class. She was applauded and also paid many compliments on her ac- A-I * Used Cars at no extra cost _RAMBLER --I 1960 4 DR. STICK | / st 195 00Ford Plymouth DR. C ON 4 DR. 4 DR. 1958 SAVOY 4 DR. 4 DR, V16, AUTO. *s9s t Kamilche Couple Reiurn Frm Trip l0 Sapan I(AMILCHE.---AnoLher pioneer Mas(m C(mnty resident left us last "Vcdnesda 5 when Mrs. Mike [An- zie Louise, I,hise passeq away in a SeatUe hospital. She was born in Tacoma Sept. 24. 1893 and had lived in Kamilche the past three years and in Alderton a number of years, though being a rest(lent of Mason County for about 35 years. She leaves her husband Mike Krise. four sons. David and Harvey of Tacoma. John of Shel- ton :rod Delbert of Taholah. a daughter, Mrs. Evelyn Mesple of Tacoma, 21 grandchildren and five great-grandchildren; two sisters. Mrs. Alice Kalama of Yehn and Miss A1vina Jackson of Tacoma. The funeral services were held in Shelton Monday of this week. Rev. Earl Bradley of the Kamitce I. STICK 1956 CU6TOMLINE 4 OR. V-8 AUTO. PR. STr. s695 3"Way A-1 Guarantee road-tested, and if necessary, used vehicle and guarantees ceable condition at the time of sale. .ntee the Dealer, for a period of 30 days PUrchase or until the vehicle has been es Whichever event first shall occur, 50 )er cent discount on,cash trans- [ular retail price for parts and Lkes that are necessary to m seviceable condition, except repairs glass, radios, and, of course, any re- accident or abuse. antee the Dealer, for a period .of-two Piration of the First-Month Guarantee, a 15 per cent discount on ,cash trans- =r's regular retail price for parts and rs that Dealer makes that are-neces- *Vebicle .in serviceable condition, except, ed by accident or abuse. complishment. Payments The craft exhibit contained a couple of exhibits of the Hood Canal Woman's Club's members Are J40 000 work, including Illine Agers very pretty table favor, created for table ornament for the Galen Club's District Meet last Tuesay at the Hood Canal Woman's Club- house, and a copper tooled land- scape of Ethel Dalby'. Nina Mil- ler was in charge of the plant sale. Chairman Karl O'Berry of Union Vohmteer Fire Dept. takes pleas- ure to announce the Union Fire Dept. now are proud possessors of a handsome automatic coffee percolator. Some 500 band from coffee cans having" been con- tributed by local friends of the fire station. So now they are able to enjoy a 39 cup percolator of coffee at their fire meetings at Union fire hall and after a brisk ride out in the night on the AS OF DECEMBER 31, 1962, fire truck the 24 members will 2,000 residents of this county were really be able to "drink hearty, receiving $1.7 million annually Mrs, Nina Miller attended the from social security. Skinner also Monday meeting of Shelton Gar- noted that while the average re- den Club at the home of Mrs. George Brewer, St., and adding to the enjoyment of members with her book review on "Silent Spring" the much discussed late literary contribution. Mr. and Mrs. Don Young drove over to Shelton Sunday to hang their new drapes in their recently purchased home, and in happy an- ticipation of being able to be moved before too long, yet still church officiating. I Mr. and Mrs. Nat Waldrip re-] turned April 13 from a trip to] Japan. We have a few interest-[ =  The Waldrip's first stop was aL I ing highlights of the trip to relate. I Sindai which is the size of Seattle] More than $140,000 a month and about 200 miles miles north is being paid in Mason County of Tokyo. The climate is very in the form of old-age, survivors, and disability insurance benefits acCording to C. A. Skinner, man- ager of the Olympia office of the Social Security Administration. "The nine percent increase since a year ago results from changes in the law as well as from the growth of our aged population," Skinner said . "These payments help stabilize the income and spending power of many residents in Mason County. Because most of this money is spent for food. clothing and shelter, it has an im- mediately stimulating effect on business." tirement benefit nationally was $76,19, in the State of Washing- ton the average was $78.44. There are some additional per- sons in Mason County who could be receiving social security bene- fits if they filed their applications. Recent changes in the law have made ome people eligible who are still not aware of that eligi- bility. For that reason, Skinner urged anyone who has reached re- a bit regretful on leaving the tirement age and who has not Union home they have enjoyed a checked on his entitlement to bene- few years, fits in the past two years to get in touch with the social security AT SIIADY BEACH place Don office. Daniels who is captain of the Washington tSate Highway Patrol and chauffeur to Governor Albert Rosellini at Olympia enjoys physi- cal activity--he enjoys doing car- penter jobs about his home, and has been busy moving his cabin. The opening of lake fishing sea- son meant little to Don Daniels, according to his opinion troll[rig for salmon is the real sport for him. At Shady Beach place a large new home is being built by Mr. Snell, Seattle, who bought the THE FOLLOYING TABLE shows the number and amount of stay there. each type of monthly benefit being paid in Mason County at the end of 1962. Beneficiary Nmnl)er of Total ot Group Beneficiaries Pmts. Retired worker 1,170 $96,449 Wife or husband 317 13,533 Widow or widower 203 13,533 Mother and children 251 14.510 Disabled worker and dependents 127 8.735 much like Puget Sound although the humidity is very low. The people are very friendly and hos- pitable and they were invited into many homes for social evenings. Their dinners are leisurely, last- ing two to three hours. Their meals are always finished with fruit. French pastries are served wh tea only and never at dinner. The school tern] there runs from April to March wKii the month of Au- gust for vacation. There are also two weeks of vacation at the end of March. The boys attend one school and the girls another for the twelve years of school. All children wear uniforms furnished by the parents. They dress very warmly. The houses are kept very neat and clean The children in the first three primary grades study English for three hours a week. Transportation is by train and bus and taxi The Waldrips rode the trains to the outlying villages and visited famous shrines, hot spring and parks. They took a san pan (boat) ride to see the crab traps where they purchased crabs. When visiting the villages somebody would al- ways invite them to their home for tea. They spent three weeks at this first city then stopped three days in Tokyo, where they rode the subway. The next stop was Hawati. where they spent five days. It rained four days of their property a few years ago, and ac- cordingly plans to enjoy living Tent Caterpillar on the Canal. Over a dozen good raze new Golrol Needed homes have recently been erected along the canal from Rose Point Tent caterpillars are back in place to "28" mile camp, or the business this spring, Charles Pack, site of Camp Hood. former cabin County Extension agent reports. .resort of Mr. Hart. He says webs are showing up Spending a happy family week- in trees and warns that the cater- end at Copalis each a week ago pillar will strip the leaves from were the Dick Aliens, Danny John- the host tree unless controlled. sons. Ira Morse family, and Cecil The pests have a special taste McHenry family, who limited in razor clams, they enjoyed dig- ging. Gerald Pierce and Pete Fassio made a plane trip to Ocean Shores Sunday in Pete's two-place Taylor Craft plane.-'rhey put in some tlme digging razor clams and were joined by D. H. Pierce and Mr. and Mrs. aHrold Pierce of Fair- banks, Alaska, who are visiting at the D. H. Pierce home at Pot- latch at the present time, the two (Sen being' brothers. Gerald's boys Garv, Allan and Danny also took for alder, apple, hawthorne, and wild and cultivated cherry leaves. But they will also attack other deciduous trees and shrubs. David Brannon, WSU Extension where the tempera- tare was 80 and the humidity also 80. ON TIlE ISLAND OF OAIIU lheir tour took them aboard Ie S.S. Arizona in Pearl Harbor. T1]is boat was stink in 1941 by the Japanese and is now a memorial. They also visited the Punch Bowl. a national memorial cemetery of the Pacific, They saw sugar cane plantations, acres of pineapples, avacado trees, lemon trees, monkey pod trees, bamboo and tropical plants and many beaut]'- Entomologist, advises that the caterpillars are easiest to control right after they are hatched. A control spray of DDT or malathion or a combination of botll should do the job. Brannon recommends the use of 57 per cent emulsifiable malathion concentrate or 50 per cent wet- table DDT powder. A spray of f welcomed into their home a baby part in the clam dig and limited. When it came time to take off for home, Pete found he could not start the motor of his plane. As the others hall come via car, and had left for home, Gerald and Pete had :to phone a relative at ii iii : , .:::::::.: :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: TOSSING SALAD--Steve Tibbits doesn't leave all the cooking to the women. He's become quite expert through his 4-H Foods project and was eager to show the public some of the fundamentals of tossing a salad. Steve is the son of Mr. and Mrs. William Tib- bits of Southside and is a member of a new 4-H club, the Southslde Eagles led by Mrs. Don Wilson and Mrs. Ray Bracy, (Extension Service Photo) ,N ' <A: :'::'' .... -:i:!:: i!}i!!i::::.-::i?: I .,! NN 4-H DMONSTNATIuNMason County 4-H members put forth their best at the recent county contest. Pictured here is Linda Williams, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Warren Williams of the Little Egypt Sew and Sews club, giving a demonstration on the uses of sawdust. Club leader is Mrs. John MacRae. (Extension Service Photo) A record was set for Mason County on its 4-H Demonstration Day last Saturday aL the Grant C. Angle School in Shelton. There were 183 demonstrations judged and this represents only a partial completion of this contest. North Mason will have its day May 4 at the high school there. Mrs. Laurence Bedell headed the committee to orgalnze this con- test. The judges who served were: Mrs. T. C. Corrigan. Mrs. Clar- ful flowers. The nicest bathing enee Paulsen. Mrs. Gertrude Floyd, beach was Waikiki other beaches Mrs. Ellis Mouneer, Mrs. Thomas had many coral reefs, making it Boyd. Mrs. Bert LeVering, Mrs. impossible for swimming. Robert Trenckmann. Mrs. Merle Sudderth and LeRoy Mann. all of Friday night, April 26 at 8 p.m., Grays Ilarbor County. the Progress Grange will exem- The ribbon plaeings were given plify the fifth degree, at this contest and later in the Sunday, April 28 the Pomona year, those in the top categories Grange meets at Progress Grange and of senior age, will be asked at 11 a.m. to compete for a chance t.o go Tuesday, April 30 at .1 p.m. to State 4-H Fair in Yakima with the Extension HorticulauraI ape- their demonstration. cialist, Robert Wearne of the Blue Ribbon winners were: Western Waghington Experiment SENIORS  Carolyn Auseth, tSation at Puyatlup wilI speak at Chris Bummll, Peter Cossett, Lau- the combined Homemakers Club of tie Craig, Beth Am) Crumb, Mel- Mason County meeting at Prog- vin Evans, Faye Fischer, Diane tess Grange hall. The clubs will Frank, Don Gribble, Doris Hick- gather at 10:30 a.m. and a pot- son. Robert Kimbel. Barney Lam- hmk dinner will bc served at noon. bert, Kathy Mell, Diane Obremski, Mrs. Thelma Shepherd and two Judy Rains. Linda Rains, Ronnie children, Suzanne and Stephen and Rickards, Colleen Shrum, Karen Carton ,Vokojance all from Ken- Sternquist, Bill Stodden, Rita newick visited at the Howard Ful- Swearingen, Ruth Ann Trotzer, ler home recently. Mr, and Mrs. Phil Simmons Tom Trotzer, David Valley, Rose- Aberdeen who arrived a sho; time prevent a buildup of spider mites and returned them to their Union as well as controlling the eater- 'homes. Monday morning the two pillars, Branm says. drove to Ocean Shores with in- -- either chemical can be mixed at girt April 17. She has been named the rate of two tablespoons to Caryt Annette. each gallon of water. A combina- LAST FRIDAY the sixth grade tics spray can be mixed at the of Kamilche school wen on a rate of one tablespoonful of each field trip to Panhandle Lake. chemical to the gallon of water. The eighth grade of Kamilche The combination spray will help school visited the Junior High tention of removfng the engine of the...plane to ibring, home and also JooaJ Wnl Ads NOTICE OF CIVIL :SERVICE EXAMINATION FOR DEPUTY SHERIFFS school in Shelton, Thursday of last week . The baseball game set for "Fri- day of last week was canceled. Mrs. Miriam Ford and baby son arrived Thursday from Houston, Tex., to spend a few weeks at the home of her mother, Mrs. Percy Whitener. Stephen James, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ray ,Tames, Tacoma, suffered serious injury last Sunday in Ta- coma when he Was hit by a car. He is in the hospital suffering a brain concussion and facial injury. Mrs. Elsie FoUrre of OlymiJia had the misfortune of falling on the hance hall floor at Kamilche Grange hall last Saturday evening and fracturing an arm. Construction work on the Olym- pia-Shelton freeway from the Ralph Brewer Cold Frazier farm) dairy farm to the Moultrop Serv- ice Station is under way and trees and dirt are being moved to make way for the new road. However, the highway is open now only as far as Kennedy Creek. Make all you can, save all you can. give all you can John "Wesley The Mason County Civil Service Commission will conduct an qpen competitive examination on May 1st, 1963 at 7:15 pm Pac|f, ic Daylight Savings Time in the Auditorium of the P. U. D. building in Shelton, Washington. The purpose of this examination is to establish an employ- ment list of eligible nen for the position of regular Deputy Sheriffs. An allicant must be a citizen of the United States, an elector o the county in which he resides, able to read and write the English language and must have been a resident of the State of Washington for at least one year. Applicants must be in sound health with no physical handi- caps and must never have been convicted of a gross misdemeanor or a felony and have a High School education or equivalent. At the present time the entrance salary for regular Deputy oheriffs is $400.00 per month. mary Wetter, Sally Volf, and Pau- la 'Wood JUNIORS -- Joan Auseth, Lin- da Auseth, Roy Bailey, Robin Bakke, Kenny Bare, Bonnie Ben- son, Kathy Iolender. Wendy Bo- lender, Mike Bourgault, Pat Bour- gault, Carolyn Brewer, Beverly Brown. Chuck Breves, Susan Bu- sack, Cheryl Chamber, Becky Chapman. Georgia Clayton, Bob Cleveland, Danny Cleveland, Toni Cole. Matt Cossette, Tami Craig, Janeen Deyette, Judy Deyette, Ka- i f* ' PKG 5 Port Townsend To Observe | 12th Anniversary Port Townsend. ()no of the oldest towns in the state, was founded m April. 1851. Port Townsend people delight in celebrating the ll2th birthday of their communit y, which retains rentarkably the fla- vor of Victorian affluence whirl) it won and lost in the 1880's and 1890"s. This year the Jefferson County Historical Society which operates the museum in Port Townsend, is marking the anniversary with a special program to which every one is cordially welcome The place is the American Le- gion Hall in Port Townsend; the time ;-5 p.m. Sunday. Mrs. lizabeth Sutton Gustison, director of the Museum of History and Industry in Seattle, will be the guest speaker. Following her talk there will be an appropriately dated program entitled "Treasures from Great-grandmother's Attic". A group of Port Townsend's in- terested ladies appropriately cos- tumed, will unpack the treasures from an antique trunk and com- ment on its contents, needless to say, both naively and informa- tively. Following the program there will be a tea and coffee hour. Spring flowers for the tea table will be bright with the Key City's colors of rhododendron pink and forest green, to which you are all invited. Seeing and not believing is the prime virtue of a thinker; appear- ance is his greatest temltati0n.-- Fredrich Nietzsche. Drapes Curtains Slip Covers @ Suits Coats" Sweaters Sktrts Dresses thy Dickinson, Susan Engen, Car- ol Evers, Sharon Evers, Linda Gates, Judy Green, Davicl Gypr, Kerry Harvey, Elizabeth Hickson Mike Hickson, Shiela Shiela Holtorf. Robbie Jackson. Blue, Teresa LaChance. Dixie LaFond, Judy Le- onard. Brian Lovgren. Seve Ly- LAUNDRY FACILITIES Double load washer Rug Washer Single load washers Extractor Dryers Application blanks for this examination may be obtained at bAu LEY I N the Sher ff's office or from the commission secretary, Jordan  d0.r' p9" Clapper of Rute .1. Box. 30, Shelto, Washington (Phone 426- 4961). Blanks must Ioe retu.rnT0hn.O ,n the possession of the seo- examination.retary not later than Aprd , 1963, to be eligible for this . AII'" " .. Evenings Call Bu Rose 426-2156 M.SON COUNTY CIVIL SERVICE COMMISS,ON i Bob Wolden --$2,1$61 y Eugene E. Taylor, Chairman t man. Susan McDowell, Patty Jo Attendant On Duty M:ell, Sandy Mell, Sharlene Mikkel- Daily 8 a.m.  10 p.m. sen, Marl Kay Ninnis, Leslie Ok- cnek. Toni Olson, Susan Pogreba, Shelton Catherine Query, Beth Quimby, Bobby Quimby, Pamela Robb, Car- olyn Ruckman. Aleca Ruddel] ni..nM,#.a Chnck Sheppard. Kenny Sheppard, Marvin Simpson, Leslie Snyder, Don Seiners. Vicld Sternquist, Gary Stites, Kathy Stodden. Di- ane Symes, Steve Tibbits, Diane Tokos. Beverly Trotzer. Kathleen Trotzer, Linda Trotzer, Laura VanderVere. Kevin WeLter, Lee Anna Whitmarsh. Linda Williams. 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