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PAGE I0 SHELTON--MAS0N COUNTY JOURNAL'-Published:in *Christmastow, U.S.A.", Bhelton, Washington ....... Two Union Women Honored At Meet Of The Birthday Club Last Week By Ethel Dalhy UNION The Ir; Morse fami- ly have been receiving" many tele- phone calls and sympathetic notes on tile loss of Cllrley the pet dog of their sons Ted George and John. the young dog died after being mortally wounded last Wednesday, and as the family reported being shot. The animal died after being removed to the Veterinary's office in Shelton Last Saturday during the familys absence from home a sympathetic child and dog-lover, IvIr. Craig Elliot of Agate called and left a note for the. boys offer- ing a year old female Wire Haired Terrior to the grieving lads. Sun- day Mrs. Rita Morse said that they ... NEW... LAWN-BOY FINGER tip START JUST TOUCH AND MOW • Lightest weight Magnalite Housing cuts mower weight • Quietest mowing Oversee muffler reduces noise. • Safest operation Exceeds ASA standards. • Highest powered Super-powered for smoother lnowing• • Easiest lawn care Vacuum sweeps leaves and clippings into the bag. in Short... LAWN-BOY is the mowingest mower on the market! Priced From $69.95 SAEGER MOTOR SHOP On Hillcrest i i were now a bit reluctant as to ae- formanee. cepting the little, dog, afraid that it Mr. and Mrs. Joseph IIennington might also suffer the same fate as returned from Kodiak Alaska, and Curly, and anotber dog pet before visited in the home of their daugh- him The three Morse boys how- ter in Seattle to welcome a new ever would love to have the little grand-daughter, before returning dog. During the past few years to their Union home. the former several other dogs have dissap- Fritz Dalby place. peared in the same vicinity. Mrs. Tom BaH retm'ned to the Mrs. Dick Bnechel was hostess Ball Grocery last week after be- to the Birthday Club last Thurs- day with a I p.m. hmcheon at her home honoring Mrs. Ed Hough and Mrs. Lncille Welsh The honorees were presented with cards and gifts. Also enjoyed was.a birthday cake baited especially for the oc- easion. Present to enjoy the event were the following members. Mes- in K down the past couple of weeks as the result of a severe cold. Mrs. 'l?oln Turner also was downed by the flu bug for the past week. Mrs. Bill Timm newly elected Secretary Treasurer of the Hood Canal huprovement Club annonn- ces the last Meeting of the year, Tuesday May 7. 7.30 p.m. at Union dames Otto Wojahn, Karl O' Berry Community Hall President Tom Ned Bucker and Mrs. Lueille Turner will preside. All members Welsh of Sheltor. and Mrs. Lud are urged to attend, interested per- Andersen Mrs• Bulman. and the sons are invited. hostess Mrs. l-lleeileJ. TI][E LYLE GARI)NERS and Lloyd Cooks taking off early Mon- (lay morning for the Ocean bea- ches for a try at clam digging with razor clams in mi!ld .and hoping to limit in the same. The minus tides over the week- end the first minus of the spring, brought out the local people and also city people for clam digs, and also oyster picking along public beaches (also a few private bea- ches). The beach was lined with Mrs. George Steeleman. and Mr. family groups bent on clam and and Mrs. Alfred Cowan and Gary oyster feeds and also enjoying and Cheryl made the trip to Seat- picnic lunches along the way, and tle to take in the Ice Follies last both sea foods filled sacks and Snnday, and commenting on their buckets of the ambitious diggers enjoymen of the wonderful per- and collectors• SCOTSMAN MODEL 0,m,',', ." "" .', S139S0 Scotsman Mulching Rotors (Ektensions shown, optional) You get more usable power per dollar...more gar- dening per minute with the 2½ h.p. Scotsman model It tills, cultivates, mulches, weeds--works up to 10" deep, up to 23" wide with extensions. Yet this com- pact, versatile little powerhouse costs less than many ordinary, single-purpose "soil scratchers." High-quality inner construction as in larger Merry Tiller models. Same rugged chain-gear drive--up to 60% nmre eeient than the worm-gear drives used  !y competitive tillers. The Scotsman combines light- _::2- ht design,mlnirnum bulk and patented ':gripper. leverage" action for easiest handling. Quickly converts to tractor-does many other jobs. See it here now! Saeger Motor Shop ON HILLCREST  PHONE 426-4602 MR.. AND MILS. David Evans were aL their coLLage over last weekend, having as guests Mr• and Mrs. Ben Bolling of Seattle, their next door neighbors and Mrs. Ev- ans associate of the Pacific Bell Telephone Co. of that City. Mrs. Bolling was the former Kathleen Kennedy, whose childhood was spent in Union. when Mike Kenne- dy and wife operated Twana Hotel a few years. Bishop Brook. and the Hobi and Gleeson homes have all undergoim landscaping of the past several weeks by the Prentice Landscaping Co. of Seattle. At the present time Alderbrook is also in the throes of landscaping and also by the Pren- ,ice Landscaping Co. The John- sons wisely made rise of our beau- tiful huckleberry and other wihl and decorative plantings in the plauning ef the gi'ounds some time ago. The present work is laying out shrubbs and plants around the new building of the resort WILFORD BEARDEN of" Hood- sport is now occupying the Water cottage where Jean Morrow for- merly made her home during her ten years at Union as manager of Fla,ood Gift Shop. Wilford is occupied at the present time at Alderbrook.lending an assist:to the Johnsons, Coming to Alderbrook next Fri- day is the All City Seattle Con- vention of Kiwanis Clubs. a large group of men, and who will ,re- main at the Inn until Sunday. The Pacific Bell Telephone Co. Dept. heads are remaining on until May 10th and reported as enjoying their stay on the Canal. SWITC IilTT! NEW HOMELITE CONVERTIBLE DRIVE 00HAiN SAW Pick the drive to suit the job, With the C.7 you can convert from direct to gear drive in just 9 minutes. Die-cast con- struction assures long life, Saeger Motor Shop on Hillcrest "We Service What We Sell" PENN EYS i $ :i ..." .. rilE GREATEST FASHION BUYS ,% EVER GATHERED UNDER OUR ROOF! * SELECTION FOR MISSES I JUNIORS t HALF SIZES %':/. '.. 5 s9 6 s9 8 s9 k, ,/ Varied-and how ! Valueful-you bet  Styles swing x from the most classic day-time shirtwaists to very elegant late-time jacket costumes. Fabrics are full of news r0m the crispest of cotton weaves to dash- care Dacron ® polyester 'n cotton and other blends. We could go on-and on-and on, but that's only half the fun ! Come in to Penney's tomorrow-stay for hours, come back in a week, shop all May long- fresh new shipments are scheduled nearly every day I Irene S. Reed High School News Civics Class Hears Discussion Of Credit; Boys Entertain Girls With Talent Show By Molly Murdey Recently two authorities on credit. Richard Souliere and Sel- don VanderWegen, spoke to the civies classes Souliere is owner and Manager of the Mason Cmmty Credit Bureau and YanderWegen is credit manager for L-M stores. Souliere began by pointing out the importance of credit. All the expensive items Americans enjoy ears. homes, fnrniture, appli- ances-- ,-ire bought on credit, he said. The classes then studied credit reports on three persons. These were examples of the three kinds of credit applieants: The 70 pe cent who have good credit. the 20 per cent on the border line and the 10 per cent decidedly bad crextit. This demonstrated what Souliere called the "three C's of credit-- Character. Capital and Capacity. VanderWegen showed hog, a busi- ness decides whether or not to ex- tend credit to a person, and ex- plained the differenees between different types of credit plans. LAST WEEK TIlE BOYS en- tertained the girl with a talent show held fifth period in the Reed building auditorium. The boys were required to present the talent show as a penalty for being de- feated by the girls in last winter's T.R Drive Contest, In the absence ot tandi Tuson, GiN's Club president, vice-presi- dent Kelly Fredson began the as- semble with the flag salute. She then turned the program over to the Boys' Club president, Jim La- Mont, who introduced the master of ceremonies, Bill LeDrew. On the piano were Gerald Wag- ner playing "The Rondo from Mo- zart's Sonata in 'A' Ma'or"3 and Don Nuenschwander, who pre- sented "Greenfields" and "Moon Rivet"'. The German Band, con- sisting of Phil Cramer on the trumpet, Charles Peck on the tuba. Gerald Wagner on the clari- net and Ron McLean on the trom- bone, entertained the girls with their beer-drinking music. They played "Around the Corner", "Song Going Round' and "Have Another Drink." Foster' Orr, Steve Archer, Duane Wilson and Dick Wyatt sang "You Tell Me Your Dream; I'll Tell You Mine" and then pre- sented a humorous skit. T 9 con- clude the prog'am, the Romins Band played several numbers. Members of the Romins who played are Ron McLean, Phil Cramer, Roy Kadoun and Brad Bartlett. The graduating seniors who have maintained a B or better grade average in high school will be honored at a dinner to be held to- night at the Evergreen Grade School. The Iota Chapter of Delta Kappa Gamma m sponsoring the dinner. The president o the University of Puget Sound, Dr. Franklin Thompson, is the scheduled speak- er. Musical numbers will also be included in the program• Miss Irene Burright, member of the Iota Chapter of DKG, commented on the dinner. "High school sports and activities receive recognition while students maintaining B or better grade averages receive very little•" Junior members of Honor So- ciety will serve. REDUGED for a limited lime only Reg. $3.98 NOW ONLY FAMOUS ADONNA $299 Reg. $2.98 NOW ONLY $233 NYLON SATIN TRICOT . , • the most luxur- ious lingerie fabric of them all! Compare their creamy sheen! Shown . . . nylon lace applique versions, also . . styles trimmed With pleated nylon sheer. Proportioned: Petite 30 to 40, Aver- age 32 to 44, Tall 34 to 44. Jr. Petite 7 to 15, Extra sizes 46 to 52. Hother' Day Is Sunday, May 12th IN TIIE SPORTS department. the girls' tennis team, coached by lVh's. Ruth YVillard. has established a three win--one loss record so far this season. In the practice meet with Elma. Jana Runnion de- teated her opponent and Leanne Armstrong-Melody Morgan and Liz Somers-Fran Demmon, playing doubles: did the same. The girls then traveled to West Bremerton and lost all their matches. Shelton won the two following meets, defeating East Bremerton 3 "to 2 and winning all of the matches with North Mason. The girls traveled to Bainbridg'e last Friday, but were unable to play because of the rain. CONGRATULATION, TO THE band for their fine performance in the contest held at West Brem- erton. The band competed with 25 other high schools and received a rating of one, which is superior, for the third year in a row. Ron Orr and Liz Somers were crowned king and queen of the Junior Prom which was held last Friday in the nndti purpose room. The juniors voted at the door for the couple they wished to reigq] over their dance. During the in- termission Sandi Bedell, accom- panied by Fayanne Sargent on the piano, sang "Moments to Re- member" and "End of the World". Eighty couples attended the dance. which was decorated with gradua- tion caps, goalposts and yearbooks, to carry out the theme of "Mo- ments to Remember". Southside Couple Is Married In Tacoma April 23 BY MRS. RAY KRATCHA SO-UTHSIDE Wendy Stine, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Don Clark of Arcadia and David Rod- gets son of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Owens of Arcadia were married in Tacoma April 23. A family recep- tion and wedding cake was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. EaN Owens last Wednesday evening. Attending were Mr. and Mrs. Don Clark, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Owens, the newly weds Mr. and Mrs. Da- vid Rodgers and close friends. David Rodgers who is in the Air Force is an Air Policeman and is stationed at LaSalle. Wash. Fore" Leaves 4-H club members met at the home of Robin Bakke April 25 with refreshments served by Mrs. Bakke. The 4-H chlb held a short business meeting, Junior leader Kathy Mell attended the meeting and helped the Four Lea- ves work on their books. The next mee£ing will be held at Mrs. Bakke reported Kathy Ness. VISITORS OF MR. and Mrs. L. L. Putvin and Rose Ann Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Don Hansen and family of Tocama. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Putvin and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Putvin and fam- ily and Mr. and Mrs. Lawerence Putvin. Visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Stuck of Cole road Saturday were lV[r, and Mrs. Wayne Stuck and family of Hoquiam. Russell Stuck and Mr. and Mrs. Merle Holloway: Mr. and Mrs. Walter Kratcha and Mrs. Irene Winings of Mc- Cleary' spent the weekend in Ore- gon visiting Mr. and Mrs. Glen Kratcha, Michael and Shelley and John Kratcha of Siletz• John Krat- cha came back with Mr. and Mrs. W. Kratcha. MILL CREEK WHAT NOTS 4-H club members met at Mrs. 8impsons last Wednesday and practiced their demonstrations, Mrs, Simpson served refreshments. Visitors of Mr. and Mrs, Fred Stuck Friday were Mr. and Mrs• Glen Gardener of Mill Creek. Visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Kratcha and Janice Saturday were Linda Voelkel of Olympia and Mis: Clara Lawrence of Olympia. Spending last Tuesday evening with the Ray Kratcha's were Mr. and Mrs. Walter Kratcha and Dan Cormier, Approve Funds For Woods Resear©h Congresswoman Julia Btttler Hansen announced today that a research grant of $25,000 had been made under the Technical Assist- ance Program to finance a new study of wood uses. This study would determine the economic fea- sibility of establishing a wood res- idue utilization plant in a five- county area in Washington. The five counties would be Clallam, Clark, Cowlitz, Lewis and Skam- ania. The feasibility study will at- tempt to determine" whether it is economically possible to use the limbs and branches and other logging waste now left in the woods to rot or to be burned. A feasible report would lead to an eventual creation of 100 new jobs, The study is expected to be completed in six months. Punishment Is Soienlist Subject The subject at all Christian Sci- ence services this Sunday will be "Everlasting Punishment." Golden Text: "Te Lord is our judge, the Lord is our lawgiver, the Lord is our king; he will save us" ,Isaiah 33:221. The trials of Job will be fea- tured in the Bible Lesson, which also includes these lines from the Christian Science textbook: "If is error to suffer for aught but your own sins. Christ, or Truth will destroy all other supposed suf- fering, and real suffering for your own sins will cease in propor- tion as the sin ceases" ("Science a;nd .He&Ith .ith Key o the SC_'p- tes '' by Iary iaer Eddy, p:J1. Sunny Weekend Brings Out To Lake Nahwatzel To By Joann Tul)l)er LAKE NAHWATZEL .... With fishing season into its second week, Lake Nahwatzel had its flow of fishermen over the weekend, with the lovely sunshine helping to pro- vide the beauty of the Lake. The fishermen caught some nice size fish. Last Monday afternoon Rob- ert Robeson, Bellevue, who is re- siding at the Lake. caught a 17% inch, 21,,, ', lb. cut-throut trout. Friday evening visitor at the honle of Mr. and Mrs. Hector Bar- bour was Mrs. John Patten. Mr. and Mrs. Allan Hickson at- tended the Leader 4-,H Club "Fun Night" at Agate Grange last Sa- turday evening. Last Sunday Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Hewson enjoYed a drive down to Lake Lawrence and Rainier. They said there certainly was a lot of fishermen at Lake Lawrence. On their way back they stopped at Lacey and visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Winldey and at the Phil Parker home in Olym- pia. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Springer visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. F:ed Springer, Brinnon last Sunday. Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Ford last Sunday was their grand- son, Sheve C'ap0 of Elma MR. AND MRS. John Patten and children and Mr. and Mrs. Roe Franklin enjoyed a drive up to Pacific Beach and Taholah last Sunday. Last Friday evening Mrs. Mag- gie Ogg and daughters, Noreen and Vallerie brought Mrs. Archie Kelley home from Shelton General Hospital She has been in the ttos- pitM recovering from injuries suf- fered in a atttomobtle accident on April 6. We are happy to report that she is doing fine. Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Janes Blocker last Sunday afternoon were Mr. and Mrs. G. Matson of Union. Also visiting the Bleekers that day were Owen and Bill Simpson of Shelton. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Chappell spent the weekend visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Wright. Jr.. of Elk Plains. Weekend visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs Frank Cooper were Frank Cooper, Jr. of Paine Field, Everett, and Eddie Holmes of McChord Field, Tacoma. Saturday, Mr. and Mrs. Start Cwicklinski of Tacoma visited at the Cooper home• MRS. NENNETtl Branson ac- companied by her mother and step- father. Mr. and Mrs. Pyykola, But- te. Mont. drovedown to San Fran- ON HONOR ROLL Several local students were on the honor roll t the University of Washington for the winter quarter• They included .Kazuko cisco. Calif. to spe ing at the home aunt and mele. Mr. tiara Mattson. Clifford Reeve ney and Rand last Saturday to ding of Mr. Sally Jo Robert Thomas. Mason Methodist coma Rodncy the gift table. Weelcend visitors home were Mr. Young and Mike ",way, Ore.' Some of the the yells of the some water were, David Chris and Jody Aberdeen and the Lake• Mr. and Mrs. last Sunday Pahner of met" home at. visited at the Burger at SEAT both are • CONTACT Saturday a your Seat • CONTACT today for needs. !ii!00 Abo, Nancy Brlggs,." WflliaM Briggs, Bonnie Funk, Lawrence $ Hughes, William RayInoi]d and Donald SLoppier, Shelton, and Ger- liras 0tke: ald Blakeficld, Belfair. MOTHER'S DAY MAY 12 Choose your Mother's Day g;ffs complete selfion of fresh, de Russell Stover Cadies. Assorted favorite  1 2 Ibs. ,,, - tifl'le Ambassadors •.. exquisite m|nb ature chocolates •.. many unusual centers .... Mother Will love ifl i lb. $2.00 2 lea. 4.00 The Oiffl t an for 1½ lbs. 2¼ McOONKEY DRUG EVtERGR.E N SO,/A,E