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2, 1963 SHELTON--MAg0N COUNTY JOURNAL  Published in "llri,tnastma?, U.S.A.", Shelton, Waehington PACE 1.7 Celebrates Tenth Swimming, Party hero &apos; the' beautiful ] aday morn- but of what on the aBy. his tenth inviting a tile swim- Boys going and refresh- Brock, Danny Austh. the Ed Don Val- The the Hat- Plan to move like to who Fur- from to know is bike Satur- went to Lake Week-end to and family, there they nephew, by in the City found the the ocean Loop at 25 miles )er hour and tile residents would appreciate the observant of this speed as the children do ride their bikes on the road and of course they have to cross the road on the lower section to get to the water---Thanks in advance for obeying the sigma. Mr. and Mrs. Max Mikkleson were in Bellevue recently to at- tend the wedding of their cousin, Richard Reed of Yakima to Miss Molly McDaniels. They also visit- ed in the home of other relations in Edmonds. Mrs. Helen Walker, P.T.O. presi- dent announced that the children at Pioneer School have collected cooffee bands for the group to trade for 24 pounds of coffee to be used by the P.T.O. She would like to take this opportunity to thank all the parents who made this drive so successful. THE RAY WAVKER'S visited relatives recently in Vancouver, B.C. The Agate Grange Bowling Team finished league play Monday evening in second place in the Grange Bowling League. hTe Pa- trons of Shelton Valley took first place. The Agate team which was in second to the last spot in mid- season made quite a comeback and should be heartily congratulated. The Annual Grange Bowling Din- ner will be held Saturday night in the Agate Grange with the Agate Grange Ladies preparing and serv- ing the meal. Allyn Takes Victims To Hospital Oaten ed a lovely droner' with" Mr. ann last Tues- Mrs. Steve Boyce and Mrs. Grace aid car at scene of all Driver and Aid Car Stormo. iam Byerly the Mason of Benson e car were Stalman another lady Unknovcn, possible bro- Bye> and ribs and try, cuts and Were trans- to Shelton Sheriff inves- and out last folks Mr. Allyn. Boyce have She is Paul- help Helen on Satur- Mr. and for of all brothers Dick General lS on tnd a Mrs. Per- 11 enjoy- Paulson Saturday. Enjoying a lovely day Sunday Mrs. Susie Yon Oaten, Mrs. Judy Yon Oaten and two daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hirsch, join- ed Mr. and Mrs. Robert NaSh at the home of Mr .and Mrs. Mel- ville Hemphill and son Jim for a lovely patio dinner. Spending the weekend at Paci- fic Beach clam digging" and beach combing were Mr. and Mrs. How- ard Wynn, and four children, Mrs. Dee Sargent and son Terry, Mr. Harris McKeen and two dau- ghters Sandy and Marilyn and Mr. and Mrs. Ted Matson and daugh- ter, Diana. Everyone goc their limit of clams. Howard and Terry found some nice big glass balls and brought them home. They all spent the weekend from Friday night till Sunday camping out at the beach. They had such beautiful camping weather. Seven members of the Beach- combers Garden Club attended the Pennisula District Luncheon at Potlatch a week ago Tuesday at the Woixen's Club House. District business was discussed and reports from various presidents from the different clubs. Mrs. Alma Anderson won four of the five blue ribbons for flow- er arranging. Congratulations for a job well done, Mrs. Anderson. A lovely luncheon was served by the pwomen. Speaker of- the day was Charles Peck, Mason County Agent. The "Country Store" was stock- ed with plants and flowers for sale to the various members of the clubs. Beachcombers Garden Club meets at Mrs. Vetsa Reynolds on May 9. MARVIN AND DOROTHY Mor- gan went to Ocean City clam dig- ging over the week-end and they reported a good time and got their limits. P.T.A. on May 2 aL Elementary School in Belfair. It will be Open House and Installation of officers. 426-3172 DIRECTORY Floor Coverings------- Linoleum Tile Carpeting Formica REX FLOOR COVERING Mr. View Ph. 426-2292 ',LOER S i, 426-4832 Radiator Repair Boiling out Soldering New cores BOOM'S PLUMBING HEATING, SHEET METAL 623 S. 1st. Ph. 426-3483 lurnps &PPiianee s COS. 426-3327 leveling Florist Plants ] for all occasions Flowers EVERGREEN FLORISTS 4th & Birch 8 to 8 426-8479 i _ Auto Glass Expert Installation JIM PAULEY, INC. 5th & Railroad Ph. 426-8231 J Draperies custom made free estimates work guaranteed J. C. PENNEY CO. 305 RR Ave. Ph. 426-8283 i Electrical . Honse wiring & rewiring Electric Heating Trouble Shooting Licensed & Bonded Contractor JIM EINARSSON ELEC. Star Rte. 2, Box 37, 426-6520 Grapeview Mother's Club Sponsor GRAPEVIEW--A friendly group was busily occupied Saturdqy eve- ning "Splashing and StomI)ing" at the Grapeview Mothers Club spon- sored benefit at the Shelton pool until the wee hours. A very sur- prised and pleased young feller was Don Query who was presented with a happy birthday cake bear- ing 29 (?) candles. Appropriate vocal efforts accompmied the pre- sentation. A sumptuous midnight supper of roast beef, salads and relish items sent the crowd borne well satisfied with the success m the affair. Out-of-town gu  s t s were 'Mr. and Mrs. Bob McGflw'cy from Olalla and Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Todd of Bremerton. Hard wortdng club members responsiblc for the success of the affair were Club President Shirley Engen, Vi- vian Query, Louise Okonek, Ern- estine Nieklaus, Murial Seiners and Virginia Hicks. Joe and Shirley Engen had their departm'e for the party unexpec- tedly delayed when daughter Jo- dy stepped on rusty nail. A quick trip to the Bremerton Naval Hos- pital and a tetanus booster shot put their minds at ease and plans for the evening back into the pic- ture. The Clyde Todds were appar- ently refreshed by Saturday even- ing's fun for they left BremerLon again Sunday to spend tbe after- noon and evening with the Don Querys. A pot-luck dinner was prepared and enjoyed by the la- dies and their combined ten chil- dren. Having spent an "arduous" afternoon fruitlessly trying then' luck with rod and reel, Don and Clyde arrived home too late ior dinner but soon had their spirits revived when the sympathetic cooks relented. Art Nicklaus experienced that special thrill that comes but once in a lifetime when he caught his first sahnon Sunday afternoon. His host for the outing, Ed Okonek, came through, reliable as ahvays, by bringing home two nice ones. BILL AND JUDY STAU DT spent a delightful day Sunday m Seattle, accompanied by Bill Sr.. sons Kenny, Chick, Miss Cama Conger and Bob Vaughan, all sev- en were dinner guests of the John Staudts at their Renton home. At- ter dinner, they drove to the Cen- tury 21 Fairgrounds and thor- oughly enjoyed a thrilling perfor- mance of the'l'ce Follies. In spite of the busy weekend. Judy was up bright and early Monday morning where upon she and Faye Soule drove to Tacoma where they spent the day work- ing at the Orthopedic Mart, rep- resenting our Sarah Eekert Or- thopedic Guild. Houseguests of the George Lew- ises from Wednesday morning un- til Monday morning were long time Long Beach, Calif. friends, Mr. and Mrs. Norman MeCormaek. The McCormacks who are on vaeation had a wonderful time visiting and sight seeing in the loeal area.. Friday evening, the two eouples drove into the "Chiefs Club" at the Puget Sound Naval Shipyard where they celebrated the MeCof macks eighteenth wedding anm- versary in a most appropriate style, dining and bowling. A birthday dinner took Eke and Ann Eacrett to Oak Harbor for the weekend where their host, son Bob was the honored person. Golf- ing pleasantly filled several hours for Eke and son Bob while Ann visited with her three grandchil- dren and daughter-in-law, Shirley. A sad trip took Mr. and Mrs. Myron Polk to Prineville, Oregon, Monday; the reason for the trip being the death of Myron's un- cle, Robert Demaris, Sunday. My- ron and Louise expeeted to be back in Grapeview by Wednesday. Walter Eckert was delighted to welcome a drop-in visit from Fred Blazer of Seattle-Sunday morning. Blazer, a former resident of Reeky Bay had driven to Grapeview to visit the St. Charles Winery and see its boat exhibit and could not pass by the opportunity to visit the Eekerts, whom he has knom since his boyhood. CASHMERE WEEKEND guests of Clem and Marge Hell were Marge's nephew and family, JacR and Betty Jolliff with Ginny and David. A relaxed family visit was enjoyed by all. Enthusiastic indeed, were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Long concerning their recent week and a half spent in Spokane and nearby areas. Hav- ing taken their trailer along, they visited with long-time friends and even attended a retirement dinner honoring fellow engineers of Mr. Long's However, the main objec- tive of the trip was to fish on Round Lake, near Spokane. This objective was most ejoyable and successfully accomplished and both returned home, having had a mar- velous trip. Attending a sumptuous Luau ot exotic and delicious H a w a i i an foods at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Paki in Tacoma, Mrs. Florence Palms took part in help- ing them celebrate their fifteenth wedding anniversary S a t u r day evening. Having driven over to Tacoma Friday evening, Florence spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Raymond err, attending the Luau with Mrs. err. Upon arriv- ing home Sunday, she was greeted by surprise visitors, son Ira Jr. and his family of Olympia and her nephew, William Schneider, all o whom stayed to enjoy a pot-lucR supper before departing for home. Little Miss Krisi Seiners had lots of help welcoming her fifth birthday Sunday. She; sister I,iz, brother Don and grandmother, Mrs. Charles Somers, were chauf- fered to Lake Lucerne by her dad- dy and mother, Mr .and Mrs. Howard Somers. There at the home of maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Ivar Opdal, all en- joyed dinner and birthday cakes as well as an afternoon of family visiting and relaxation. Double lucky, Kristi enjoyed party nmn- ber two Monday evening after din- ner, sharing cake and ice cream with drop-in guests, the Don Po- greba and Walt Clayton families. Another birthday girl this _pasz week was Mrs. Orville Kager. Tim i occassion was also celebrated Sun- I day, with daughter Shirley, son-m- -I1 lw Don. Pogrebe and. grand,hil- 1 dren Don, Susan and Janie K. -- "Weekend project at the Kager- Pogreba property was the wreclr,- intg' of Uncle Toms cabin tha is. Tonq ,hse. Orville's Uncle) This cabin had been occupied by Unclo Tom until his death about ten years ago. RIGHT NEXT DOOR to whe:('e Uncle Tom's cabin stood, on the Tyrone Rauschert beach place, it looks suspiciously as if something new in the line of construction is underway! Guess we'll just have to wait cud sect The .l-H Bqrnacles' Baking pro- ject group met at the home ot leader. Mrs. Arl Nicklau.. Mon- day after school while the Gard- ening and Animal Husban dry groups met Tuesday after school at the home of leader. Mrs. Jubie Hicks. Aside from regular pcojecL work .the club members were gv- en further instructions on the use and handling of their proqjcct books. Our 4-H Barnacles are sponsor- nga Game Night to be held Sat- urday at 7:30 p.m. at the Grape- view Schoolhouse and we are all invited to attend. Refreshncnts will be served. We can well be proud of ot/r 4-H Bammcles and their leaders. Mrs. Virginia .Hicks. Mrs. Erncs- tine Nicklaus and Mrs. Suzanne Hill. In the recent Demonstratiou Day, 14 of 15 members parLiclpa- ted and none received less than a red ribbon Blue ribbon reci- pients were Bonnie Benson. Cathy Query, Donald Somers. Leslie Ok- onek Jody Engen and Georgia Clayton while Don Query, Kathy, Alice and Clifford Hicks, Art and Kim Nicklaus. Jerri Lee and Su- Benefit At Pool Nuotare Last Week san Hill brought home red rib-, Grapeview visitor from Califof bOlls, Mrs. Aml Westberg was undoub- tedly the proudest mamma present at the Bantam LeagUe-s :Bowliua" Banquet last Saturday noon held in BremerLon's West.park Lanes. ]31evcn-year old daughter, Mar('.el- la. walked off with two trophies; the first for being on the second- place team "The Gutter Girls", who came ill second only alter a hard fought battle. He'r secona trophy was for high game. Anoth- er very happy surprise for the pint-size bowler came with tie winning of tile coveted title ot "Bowler of the Year" awarded by the American Junior B o w 1 i n g Congress. Isn't that smnethin'? Congratulations. Marcelia! Ann Westberg asked that we remind our readers that Belfair Chapter No. 241 - DES will hold a rummage sale at the P.U.D. building in Shelton. Thursday and Friday - May 9 and 10. "FIRST-TIME" VISITORS to our fair community, and very fa- vorably impressed with its beauty, last Saturday were Dr. and Mrs. Jim Merritt who had driven west all the way from their home m Wisconsin. Mrs..Charles Somers accompanied them fronl Seattle and added to the enjoy- merLt of the trip with interesting bits of information. Another first for the doctor and his wife was a tour of a winery .this one. ot course, being St. Charles. Three other ladies enjoying the pleasant outing were Mrs. Mary Ruddy ana the Misses Laura and Louise Mer- riLL. all of Seattle. The Misses are aunts of Doctor Jim. nia. Jim Moloney, former Sales Manager for the St. Charles \\;Vin- ery, enjoyed the hospitality ot Mr. and M'rs, IAoyd Richey at their Stretch Island "11 o m e Satm'dav night and Sunday. Howard and Murial Seiners were delighted to have an opportunity to visit for awhile with their old friend, as were Mrs. Charles Seiners and Bill and Leona Seiners. Grapeview missie. attending the .hmior Prom held at the new mul- ti-pro'pose room of the new Shet- ton High School building, were Lynn Stevens. IAz Seiners and Virginia Freeman. That dashing young man-about-town. Doug Lutz. was grounded for the even- ing when his perky little red bug- gy refused to keep its eyes open. A busy man these days, Don Query assisted in M.C.ing the Shelton Jaycees' Talent Show held in the Junior High School Au- ditorimn last Friday evening. His duties included acting as Master of Ceremonies for the junior en- tries as well as presenting their awards. Saturday morning he again reported for duty, this time as e haiinnan of the Jaycee-spon- sored connnittee for the Seat Belt Clinic. Area Group Studies Simpson Scholarships dozen community leaders in the Shelton Working Circle are assist- ing the Mark E. Reed Scholarship foundation in selecting award stu- dents for the 1963-64 school year. The men are Ivan Myers, Roy McConkey and Frank Maranville of the Shelton Kiwanis Club; Ralph Pearsall. ud Davidson and C. Tab Murphy of the McCleary Chamber of Commerce; James Monjay, Orville Boling and Ger- ald Lansing of the Elma Chamber of Commerce. and \\;Villiam Schiller. Byron Scott and G. R. Stephenson of the Montesano Chamber of Cmmnerce. Simpson Timber Company this year wil laward $600 scholarships to eight students in the Shelton Working Circle. It is the 17th 'ear of the program . 8E AWA2E/ i LOW COST HOE LOANS NEW CONSTRUCTION -- REMODELING PURCHASE 6 % On Reducing Balances -- No Commission Charges Mason Gounly Savings & Loan Assodation TITLE INSURANCE BUILDING SHELTON AT C Prices Effective MAY 2-3-4 Right To Limit BUTTERHORNS DONUTS Shor-Fres. Po, 33* Bag of 4 .................. Bakers 39 doz. 13 ....................................... 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