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SHELTON--4VIASON COUNTY JOURNAL- Published in "Ch, ristmastown, U.S.A.", Shelt0n. Washington PAGE II Club Has Meeting e Last Week La- regular meet- Hall last week Homer Ad- McKav hos- entertained the Club for iur, ch- afterwards. last Fri- nembers pre- for one new of Dec- ;ly purchased Mr. White Canada ..... held her pi- nt the Christ- Those ink- were Ter- Jan Jerry hf Mr. and of Shelton party at honor ot anniversary. Mr. and all drug de. You are entitled? can be lhted. free to our you an an- today and It's free. P'S Slore Railroad 426-4642 Mrs. I. C. Ford, Mr. and Mrs. Lad Rossmaier, Carl Portman, Mrs. Augusta Portman, Mrs. Marie Me- Kay, Mr. and Mrs. Watson Ross, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Valley, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Trenckmann, Mr. and Mrs. Homer Adams, Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Green, and Mr. and Mrs. Elvin Hearing. Mr. and Mrs. .lames Freden- burg of Hoquiam and Mrs. Norms Jacobson of Aberdeen were Sun- day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Elvin Hearing. Mr. and Mrs. Duane Lovette and baby spent the weekend at Vancouver, "Wash., with the for- mer's folks. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Valley attended the pinochle party at the Ralph Killough home at Day- ton Saturday evening. Mrs. Herbert Brehmeyer Jr., and children spent Sunday after- noon at the I. C. Ford home. MR. AND MRS. J. D. Simpson of Bremerton spent Sunday with Mrs. J. R. Sing!eton and also ealied on Mr. and Mrs. I. C. Ford. Tuesday evening callers at the Lud Rossmaier home were Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Sharp and child- ren, and Mrs. Lucy Sharp ot Olympia. Mr. and Mrs. Lud Rossmaier and Mr. Jelle were Monday eve- ning supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. I. C. Ford. Mr. and Mrs. Lad Rossmaier at- tended the Bowling banquet Sat- urday evening at the Agate Grange Hall. MR. AND MRS. LUD Rossmai- er spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Joe Cochran of East Olympia. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Hopkins and family of Shelton were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Brehmeyer St. Brad Milam of Tacoma-is stay- ing with the-Earl Walker fam- ily for a while. Mr. and Mrs. John Knighton and family of Seattle spent the week- end with Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Schmelzer. Mrs. Knighton is Mrs. Schmelzer's sister. DIVORCES GRANED Three divorces were granted in Mason County Superior Court Fri- day. They were to Mildred S. Jey- nes from Payson Jeynes; Cheryl Pulsifer from Charles Pvlsifer and Barbara Drengs,n from Dan Dregson. SUGGESTIONS which mean ON HER D,AY-- " ARCLAY DRESSES, sizes 5-15 DRESSES, sizes 10-18 GLOVEs of nylon, cotton, leather Hosiery Blouses Lingerie Sweaters Jewelry Sportswear FREE GIFT WRAP I e Little & Big Shoppe Ph. 426-4266 12 Home Handyman Projects New Booklet Shows How To Build Things from Wood Original designs for an even dozeu simple build.it-yourself j.o im and around the house are included in this booklet. Created and issued by the National Lumber Manufacturers Association, each design is illustrated dud described with step-by-step instructlons. Got a hammer? A saw? A yen[graph records, one of the finemt make things out of wood? You [ workbenches ever designed, a room eon't need much else, if you enjoy [ divider with a built-in planter, a following instructions for simple utility rack for use in washroom, but handsome and useful furniture, t kitchen, garage; and more ,ambi- accessories, minor additions to your I tious projects such as a child s real home. I playhouse and a wood deck for ad- A new booklet of 12 simple build-*] dition to the house. Every job in it-yourself projects has just been[ the booklet has clear, step-by-step published by the National Lumber I instructions, accompanied by a scale manutacturers Association. All are ] drawing of the finished project and original designs or adaptations of] exploded views with all dimeaom famous ones. Most of the items[clearly shown. Also included are nave already been published in[ the complete hardware and lumbor handyman magazines and syndi- l order and the list of took requiri: cated newspaper columns through-] For a copy of "12 Simple Horn, out me country--a testimonial to [ Projects," write to the Wood Infor- meir good design. I mation Center, National Lumber Among the projects described[Manufacturers Association, 1610 and illustrated in the 26-pageIMassachusetts Avenue, N.W., booklet are: a modern coffee table l Washington 6, D. C., enclosing 28 made from one width of wood, a l cents (to cover handling and mail- storage unit for books and phono- | lag costs). Stray Homing Pigeon, Starlings Boost Bird Population At Belfair By Rachel Freelin BELFAIR -- This is the time 3f year when anyone interested in birds sees new varieties passing through, or moving in for the sum- mer. But something really strange in the way of bird life showed up on the North Shore last week with the arrival of a homing pigeon, who seems to have forgotten which way leads home. The bird, grey with dark wing markings and an irridescent head, is no ordinary pigeon. He (or she) has a wide band on his (or her) there have been some very un- welcome feathered arrivals. Star- lings having been reported all along this end of the canal. Any- one who has spent any time in Eastern cities knows what a nut- sance the unlovely spotted black pests with large yellow bills are. Their appearance here )n the "Last Frontier" marks a spread across the United States since 1890, when 100 birds were brought from Europe and turned loose in New York's Central Park.. Since they are supposed to be city birds, one wonders what they right leg, and according to those are doing here on tile canal . . . who should know a more intelli- Belfair may be growing, but it gent look than the ordinary city pigeon. The visitor is gentle, up to a point, but no one has been able to catch it and discover what is on the leg band. The strange bird i has made Bacon's North Shore Nursery its headquarters, sleeping under the eaves of the office and making side trips through the neighborhood. Now the question is, how does one get a lost homing pigeon head- ed in the right direction ? It should be sad is some good shot didn't notice the leg band and the gentle bird ended up in a pot pie. Randall, Charles Williams, Edward And on the subject of birds, Harris, Elmer Sandstrom. Those attending enjoyed not only the tea but the beautiful gardens on the You Are Invited... TO SEE THE PERRY E, GROVE GOLLEGTION OF INDIAN W:HEADS AND ARTIFACTS IN OUR LOBBY DURING MAY SHELTON BRANCH MEER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION isn't that big. BELFAIR GARDEN Clubs sent representatives to the Tea at the Governer's mansion last week, when districts of this area honored Mrs. J. Gordon Gose of Seattle, new president of the National Fe- deration of Garden Clubs. Representing Rhododendron Gar- den Club were Mrs. Rudolph Udean. Mrs. Gordon Squire and Miss Valley Willey. Evergreen Club sent Mesdames Boyd Hunter, Glenn Criss. Robert Johnsen, Clau- de McKnight, C. Jack Jones, Ethel Liiliwaup Community Club Meeting, Card Party Friday By Mrs. Nell Vance LTLLIVrAUP --- Litliwau t) Com- munity Chlb will hold its next business meeting Friday evenmg, May 10. at which a potluck din- ner will be served at 6 p.m. w members and friends. The t)usi- ness meeting will be called to of der at 7 p.m. by the president, Jack Leimbaek Pinochle will fol- low to start at 8 p.m. This will be the third party in a series ot five. efreshments will be serv- ed by the committee. Hood Canal Garden Club mct last Thursday at the Womans Club house in Potlatch. Eighteen members answered roll call. A delicious potluck hmeh was serv- ed at 12:30. Hood Canal Womans Club will meet at tile clubhouse in Potlatch May 16. The meet- ing will be called to order at 11 Hurricane Ridge Road Opening Set Beginning Saturday, May 4, the Heart O' the Hills road to Hur- ricane Ridge in Olympic National Park will be open daily throughout the spring, summer and fall sea- sons, Superintendent John E. Doerr announced today. During the early part of May visitors are advised to inquire about road and weather conditions at Park Head- quarters or the Pioneer Memorial Museum before attempting to drive to Hurricane Ridge. "We want to provide visitors the op- portunity of seeing the magnificent views along this road and from Hurricane Ridge. Should we en- counter major stornls or unpredic- table emergencies, however, it may be necessary to close, the road temporarily", Mr. Doerr said. Visitors to Hurricane Ridge dur- ing the early part of May will find the Lodge open for light lun- cheon service souvenirs and sun- dry items on Sundays only until May 18 when the building will be open daily for limited service. Be- ginning May 30 full summer ser- vice will be offered. The rest rooms at the Lodge will be open daily after May 4. Just as soon as snow conditions permit and visitor use warrants, the road to the picnic grounds will be opened to accommodate the visitors who wish to enjoy picnick- ing in this beautiful setting, Mr. Doerr added. capitol grounds. Mrs. Peter Merrill and Mrs. Ecker Swanson spent several days in Vancouver B. C. last week at- tending a child-welfare conference in connection with their work at the Bremerton office. Clamming, fishing and oyster gathering proved a special treat to Mrs. Walter Butterfield of St. Paul, Minn., who was a guest for a week at the home of the Elmer Beards. Mrs. Butterfield is Mrs. Beards sister. , That caravan of trailers belong- ed to the Green River Ramblers and Eager Beaver travel trailer groups from Kent, who spent the weekend at Snooze Junction Trai- ler Park on the North shore. :Mr. and Mrs. Harry Stees of Portland were canal visitors over the weekend, making plans to bring their mobile home here for the summer after wintering in Arizona. SATURDAY WAS Demonstra- tion Day for North Mason 4-H groups, who put on their county demonstrations at the High School from 9 a.m. to noon. Represented were the Ayuhats, Stitch and Stews Woodchucks, and Cornuco- pias. Youth Groups of the Belfair Com- munity Baptist Church met on Sunday afte2mon for a potluck dinner, fellowship hour and wor- ship service with a deputation team of five University of Wash- ington students m:d the Rev. John Ross. University pastor in charge of the Baptist mad Deciples Young People's group. Miss Eaten Kovack, a sopho- more in nursing at the U. was the local representative on the depu- tation team. MEMBERS OF THE LOCAL V. F. r. Auxiliagy to Nuel Curtis Post 5372 are making plans for the installation of their new officers, at Retsil May 15. in a joint cere- mony with Auxiliary 2669 of Port Orchard. North Mason Elementary P.T.A. held its last meeting of the school year last week, with instaUation of new officers and the presentation of plants to outgoing officers who served during the past term. This finn meeting off, red the chance for all parents to visit the school for the Open house held in all rooms from 7 - 8 p.m. to visit with teachers and see the work done, Plans a.m. by the president. Installa- tion of new officers will be held. hmch will be served at 12:30 by the commiktee. This will be the la,4 meeting mtil September. MRS. HATTIE Arttmr of Se- attle, who is spending a few weeks at her SLllllnler honle at Eldon. celebrated her birthday last Monday at her home al Eldon. The usually delicious Swedish smorgasbord dinner was servea with a large beatltiful birthday cake. Mrs. Artlmr ham enLer]ined her friends at Eldon on her birtla- day for the past several 5,ears. She received many beautiful gifts which the hostess opened in the afternoon. Those enjoying the 0ay were Mesdames Allie Ahl. Ann Vebb. Evva densen. Frances Moake. Stella Morken. Millie Die- sen and Ilene Ager. After an af- ternoon of visiting the guests re- turned to their homes after wish- ing Mrs. Artlmr many more hap- py birthdays. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Clm'k ot Kasmos visited Mr. and Mrs. Jack JohnstOn Saturday. Mr. Clark and Jack worked togetley many years before Jack retired. Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Knox and children of Tacoma spent the week end visiting Mrs. Knox's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Nick Sceva. DR. AND MRS. Walter Thwait- es have retm'ned home after spen- ding the winter in California. Sig (Mabel) Anderson of Mrs. Springwater met with a serious accident last week. She was on her way home from Brinnon where she had just taken a friend home. She saw a deer on the highway, put on her brakes to avoid hitting i;he deer. slddded. and went over the bank It had been raining and the highway was 'slippery The ambulance was cal- led and Mabel was taken to Shel- ton General Hospital, where she is getting along" nicely. Her many friends wish her a speedy recov- ery. STUDENT ELECTED Dave Scott. son of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Scott. Hoodsport, has been elected president of the Inter-Fra- ternity Council at the University of Washington. He is a freshman pre-law student at the university. Some of the mere puppets of the hoar are tlaying only for money, and at a fearful stake. --Mary Baker Eddy Magnuson Sponsor Scientists Text of Bill For Leif erikson' Day From Corinthians Leif Erikson's discovery of North America in about 1000 A.D. :Man's scarctl for his =eal .p,?w, would be officially observed each m the universe "wll be taken up October 9 through a Senate Joint by Shelton First Ciureh of Cl2,vi$(, tesolution sponsored today by Se- Scientist this Sunday ]u a Bible nators Warren G. Magnuson D.. Lesson entitlcd"A,Jdn and Fat- Wash.. "rod Hubert Hmnphrey, D. lea Man." Minn A main theme of lhe Lesson Reasons of historical aeem'acy will be presented in this vrse rather than their Scandinavian an- from I Corinthians t15:22): "For eestry prompted the resolution, as in Adam all die even so in Humphrey ann Magnuson were ag- Christ shall all be made alive." reed. Related readings include this Arcimologieal discoveries and passage: "'Chrisl presents the m- evidence from the archives of Ear- destructible man. whom Spirit ere- opean libraries bear out two inde- ales, constitutes, and governs. pendent accounts in Norse sagas Christ illustrates that blending that Leif Erickson "did make tte with God. his divine Prin;tple. original discovery b3  non-native which gives man dominion over Americans of the North American all the earth" Continent in about the year 1000 .....................................................  ...... A.D." Maguuson and Humphrey / Ill declared ill the resohltion. NEW BLUE OX They added: Opens 6:45 "The fact of this discovery is SHELTON fm'ther supported by the writings  FRI. - SAT. - ONLY of numerous historians, and in, ONE COMPLETE SHOW encyclopedias and textbooks for', ............ #p .... shoo Thus. it is fiLLing that due ree- historic exploit in Early American I;Anlntense history, they agreed. M and The Humphrey-Magntlson reso- illuminatin00 .... lution calls upon the President to " i" " " expe e .,, off elally proclmm October 9th ]n ri n0el" " each vear as Leif Erikson Day, iij  !":;"Ii ! i and to issue annually a proela- ii: : ' :  ..... n ation calling upon officials of the Government to display the flag :i of the United States on'all Gov- ernment buildings on such day, and invite the people of the Un- ited States to observe such day in schools, churches and other lt00rin00,000000O" suitable places with appropriate ceremonies and activities." 00---Auction & Rummage Sale------ May 18 .. I 0 asm.- I0 psm. (first auction starts at 10 A.M.) Union Masonic Temple Eats Served All Day (Small Donation) IIER THE Like for instance a lovely, fully automatic ELECTRIC RANGE SPECIALLY PRICED FOR MOTHER'S DAY offers a wide choice of RANGES , 144" " Starting as low as Right now, Eells & Valley needs used : ranges and is prepared to offer HIGH TRADE-IN VALUES So come in and see what your old range is worth during this SPECIAL MOTHER'S DAY TRADE-IN Make Mother's work easier every day of thd year with this supreme MOTHER'S DAY GIFT fronl Eells ,.d Valley Appliance Center 2nd at Cola Where you get lhe best deal, by George Phone 426-4663