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I6, 1963 SHELTON--MASON COUNTY JOURNAL---Published in "Christmasfown, U.8.A.", Shelton, Washington PAGE 7 Valley A Birthday 8Sl011 for a fanl- Community of Harry Were Mr and &apos;frs. of Tacoma. Mr. an(] fami!y Mrs. Floyd of Schneiders Bert Deyette Keith Campbell husband, Mrs. chances I rargaret Newell. Mr. and Mrs. Jay Needham. Mr. and Mrs. Don Ragan and family and Mrs. Edna Hunter Mrs. Claude Dugger and daugh- ter, Mrs. Delores Drake drove to Seattle on business Saturday. Sun- day, Mr. and Mrs. Dugger were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Pat Duggcr, of Arcadia. THE OFFICERS of the Women's Stewardship of the Skokomish Community Church met at the home of Ethel Richert to work on plans for the Spring Tea, which will be held at the Church later this month. Next Monday evening will be the last meeting this school year of the Hood Canal P.T.A., at which time there will be an installation of the new officers. Mrs. Dave Barkley and the new baby ,have returned home from the hospital. Mr, and Mrs. Chet Valley and daughter Linda from Seattle Mr. and Mrs. Jim Valley and Vicki of Bremerton Mr. and Mrs. George Valley, Sue and Jan of Island Lake were Sunday dinner guests at the Chester Valley home. Roy. Wallace Bell left Monday for Willow Creek. Calif. where he will hold a week of meetings. Mr. and Mrs. Justin Taylor and family;of ester Bay were dinner guests of the Harold Hunters of Saturday evening. MR. AND MRS. Bill Hunter and children, and Mr. and Mrs. George Barkley attended the Pancake Banquet Sunday morning sponsor- tS & -- ed by the Amaranth at the Union McNEIL M00sonie Temple. ' Mr. and Mrs. Bob Whitmarsh 3 : spent the mothers day weekend in ,L 0re SIs. Seattle and Orting. ::J! __ Mr. and Mrs. Frank Nelson of REPLICA OF MILLEdward E. Daniels, Shelton, poses with the replica of an old-fashioned horse-powered shingle mill which he built. The mill operates on an electric motor which turns the ma- chine and moves the cutting blade up and down. Daniels said it took him about four days to build and it is all made of wood except the motor. Mount Vernon visited her folks. the Glen Gees. on Mothers Day. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Johnson and children of Sumner spent the weekend at the home of Mr, and Mrs. Arthur Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Gendrean of Tenino were dinner guests on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Chemberlin have bought the Norsby home. MR. AND M[RS. ElIC Sjoholm County Has No Voters For Wheat Referendum The Mason County Agriculture Stabilization and Conservation Service office will conduct a wheat referendum vole here even though there are no wheat allotments in the county, and no ballots can Mothers Honored At Tea And Program Friday at Grapev[ew GRAPEVIEW -- Last week- end's guest of honor was surely "Mother". At the Mothers' Day Tea presented by the Sixth Grade of the Grapcview Gradeschool. Fri- day afternoon, about twenty-five mothers and grandmothers were royally entertained. The honored guests were greeted by gift cor- sages and a well-planned and exe- cuted program followed. The child- ren of Mrs Olson's "little room" recited deliglltfully amusing poems, as well as very appropriate choral recitations while the students from Mr. Zehe's room having written their own scmpt, presented an ac- count of a few of their studies, as well as a report on their activities with the Audbon Society. Sweet voices lifted in song, piano solos played by Bonnie Benson. Jody Engen. Susan and Donald Pogreba and Donald Somers and a clever nautical dance routine by Kim and Art Nicklaus completed the pro- gram. Following the program tea. coffee, punch and cookies were ser- ved in Mrs. Olson's room. giving everyone an opportunity to visit, before the pleasant affair came to an end. For some lucky gals. it was Mother's Weekend as well as Mo- ther's Day. Judy Staudt was not only escorted to Seattle hy hus- band Bill. where they saw the fa- Schoo00 Murial's folks Mr. and Mrs. Ivar Opdal. drew the Howard Somers family from Grapeview Sunday. On the return trip to Grapeview. Howard stopped by the U. S. Naval Ammunition Depot at Bangor to r)ort for two weeks of active duty with the Naval Reserve. A quiet family dinner with friends dropping in afterward mar- ked Liz Seiners' seventeenth birth- day Saturday. This coming Sunday, May 19. wii] be a big day for Liz for she is Lo be installed as the Worthy Ad- visor of the Shelton Assembly No. 19. Order of Rainbow for Girls. Her Grapeview friends are cordi- ally invited to attend. The Instal- lation will be held at 2 p.m. art the Masonic Temple in Shelton. Walter Eekert played host Sun- day by treating, not only wife Augusta, to Mother's Day dinner at Purdy, but also daughter Ann and husband. Eke Eacrett. BUSY AS AL,rAYS, Monday morning Mr. Eckert joined the Shelton Kiwanis Club which, act- ing as official escoi't to Mason County Forest Festival Queen Marilyn Hughes and her court. saw them safely to Olympia aboard Roy Kimbel's yacht, the Flamingo. There they attended the Kiwanis Interelub meet. After dinner, the Royal Court, which includes Prin- bulous show "How the West Was eess L.-nn Stevens of Grapeview, Won", but also, after visiting with made their annual visit to the Go- the John Staudts at Renton. was vernor's mansion where they were taken bowling and to dinner at Ivar's and visited with Lakewood friends before returning home that evening. Sunday, Grandpa Bill Staudt played Chef with Bill, Jr., grandson Kenny and Bob Vaughan acting as galley slaves while Judy relaxed. Drop-in guests from Bre- morton that afternoon were Mr. and Mrs. Carl Bennett and their L-a,o sons, Billy and Donald. These two young men had naught but received by the Governor's repre- sentative before departing for home, aboard the Flamingo. Our friendly Postmaster Julius Stock, chauffering sister-in-law Mrs. Fred Stock, Allyn postmaster, attended the regular meeting of the National League of District Postmasters of the State of Wash- ington, which was held from Tues- day to Thursday evening at Ocean Shores. Wednesday evening's smor- 00RIALS @ HARDWARE @ PAINTS 1 mile off highway on Cole Road Road Builders Supply Ph. 426-8224 had dinner with her father, Parry Jones, in Shelton. In the afternoon they attended the Rhododendron Show, held at the Simpson Offices, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hunter drove to Bainbridge Island Sunday, where they met Mr. and Mrs. Bob Hunter and Stanley. The day was spent motoring along the Canal. crossing the Canal Bridge and en- joying a picnic dinner at one of the State Parks. Mr. and Mrs. Keith Hurst and children of Arcadia were callers at the Paul Hunter home on Sun- day. Mrs. Phyllis Brown had dinner with Mrs. Angus O'Niel of Shelton on Sunday. Visiting at the Bob Whitmarsh home last weekend were their children, Diane and Fred Wright and son, and Lydee and Brian Schoeng and daughter, of Seattle. GEORGE HAS DONE IT AGAIN! NO IFS, AND OR BUTS! 0TA PRICE MISPRINT \\; be legally cast. A USDA ruling states the of- rice must be open as polls for the referendmn from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. May 21. The only residents of the coun- ty who might be able to voe in the election, Joe McAlfrey, ASCS office fishing on their minds and the long-promised visit was a complete success for when Bill Staudt un- dertook to teach them of the time- honored pastime, both joyously re- turned ashore with four catches each. O T H E l GRAPEVIEW1TES l:horoughly enjoying the spectacu- manager, said are those lar "How the West Was Won" gasbord and Thursday evening's banquet were the social highpoints of the convention. Friday, Julie left Grapeview again, this time in the company of brother Russ, nephew Grog and Russ Homberg of POrt Orchard. Their destination was Veashington State University t Pullman and the occasion, cougar Club Day. !963 Silhouette Washer er part of the country. They can and friend Sue Gilliland, as well get a ballot from the local ASCS as son Larry with friend Leslie office to vote absentee in the Okonek. Mr. and Mrs. George county in which the farm is lo- Garland accompanied the George cared. Lewises to the aforementioned who own a farm on which there were Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lutz who The four fellows spent the night is a wheat allotment in some oth- were accompanied by son Doug as guests of Julie and Russ's nephew Ed Stock at the PiKappa Alpha Fraternity house. Saturday morning's event was a football game, the sports award banquet was held at noon and the afternoon show while the Joe Engens, with included a baseball game and a The last day for obtaining such daughter Judy, went with Don and track meet, all of which were ballot.': would be Friday, McAlfrey Shirley Pogreba. and their three nmch enjoyed by the group before said. since the ballot must be in children. Much to the pleasure of the return home that evening. the hands of the ASCS office in the county \\;vhu-e it. is couuted by both families, a visit was made to Her first baby shower came to the Woodland Park Zoo and the Mrs. Lowell Hardie as a complete the closing time for the polls May Government Locks before they surprise Monday evening. Presum- 21. stopped for dinner and returned ably making a drop-in visit to the home. Bob Battles, along with husband A BUTTON !ing OUr FOR ONLY... 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In June, Earl will have com- pleted his two-yar course at the Burnley Professional School of Art and will receive his diploma, Lake Lucerne and the home of Lowell and Shelton friend Marian Burton, the stage was set and the surprise, complete. Various games testing skill and ingenuity were played following which Linda open- ed th:,both pretty and 15tactical gifts. Those present other than the hostess Carole Battles and gmest of honor. Linda. were Pat Cook Shirley Engen, Judy Staudt. Eli- zabeth Gatlin, Virginia Hicks and Ruby Lewis, all of Grapeview. and Shelton friends Arlene Stope, Irene Goldsby, Marilyn Dugger, Sharon Laney, Marion Burton, Florence Petty, Hazel Rains. Dol<)thy Todd (Linda's mother), Lowell's mother and sister, Mrs. Opal Hardie and Vivian Marcy and sister-in-law Pat Hardie. Tzly, a lovely even- ing was had by all. MID-VEEK ACTIVITY on Gra- NORTH HASON SCHOOL NEWS Music Depaxtment To Present Annual Spring Concert Friday; Junior Prom Is Sturday By Dennis Shelly Picture taking for the annual This Friday night, the North] was postponed until this Wednes- Mason Music Dept. will present its annual Spring Concert. All of the [ day when all the NM athlete will branches of music will be present, be present. including the concert band, junior I The junior high sclmol held an high band, elementary band, dance [ interschool track meet last Friday band, the choir and even the tahen-  for the purpose of qualifying for ted "Yachtsmen". The concert will [ the Mason county track meet. The take place at 8 p.m. in the gym I entire junRr bigh was let out of and prices are the usual $1.00 for school to watclt the grade school adults. 50 cents students, 25 cents  compete with the seventh and for children, eighth graders at NM. Saturday is the day of the an- nual Junior Prom, this year called "Swing Into Spring". The dance will last from 8 p.m. to 11:30 p.m. and will be held in the high school gym, Prices are $2 per couple and only juniors and seniors and their dates may purchase the tickets. Music will be provided by the Central Kitsap High School Dance Band and there will be an inter- mission and refreshments. The NM Dance Band recently competed in the Dance Band Clin- ic at Olympia College in Bremer- ton. Unfortunately, the NM group did not place in the top three bands nor did any of the musicmns get picked as a member of the "all star" band. The "All Stars" put on an evening pelormance as did the top three Dance bands. TIlE SLAVE auction at NM was a big success last Wednesday and the sponsoring Student Cbuncil profited more than $75. eight boys auctioned as well as 11 girls, even two teachers. The high- est bid was for Mr. Hawkins when his eighth grade class pooled their money and bid $16. At the end of ) the bidding, Senior Clas4 I resi- dent Mike Stevenson awarded the bull-throwing trophy to Mrs Allen with Mr. Hawkins finishing a close sccond placc with Mr. Merrill tak- ing third. Next tuesday, May 21, there will be a special safety assembly at the High school. Thete will be short talks given by representa- tives of the Slate Patrol and the North Mason Sheriff's office. There is also a movie planned for the 10:30 a.m. assembly. SEVERAL, DELEGATES from the NM Honor Society went to Seattle last Friday to buy e spe- cial plaque for the sportsmm award. There will be a winner in each of tile three sports seasons which will be based on highest grade-point averages. PENNEY'S ALWAYS iIRST UALITY peview waters was undoubtedly due to the arrival of the Thea Foss which had been chartered by the Skal Club from Seattle for their annual outing. The eh|b, made up of travel agents from various air- 7ine and steamship companies, clmse the St. Charles V'inerv tour as their goal of tiis yeaFs cruise and. not having been her(, for six years, all 30 of those attending fully enjoyed it. The ralter Claytons. Sr. and Jr. were delighted to welcome for- mer neighbors and Grapeview re- sidents Walt and Esther Peterson for a drop-in visit Saturday after- noon. The Petersons, now Tacoma residents, rather nostalgically in- spected their former residence be- fore departing for home. Thursday evening, three Grape- view mothers, Mrs. Art Zehe. Mrs. Howard Seiners and Mrs. Walt Clayton were honored guests of their daughters, Elaine. Liz and Pare at the Mothers' Reception held at tile Reed Building in Shel- ton. A program featuring Miss Highclimber and he]: attributes was followed by a style show and afterward, refreshments were ser- ved in tile Social Hall. San Francisco guest arriving Saturday at the Hall Shepard re- dence was Mrs. Florence Tea- grden. Mrs. Teagarden (no rela- tion to Jidki '." /h})' is Hall's sister plans to be here in Grapev'2--- for an extended visit with Had and Dixie, Next to the Shepards, the Claude Masons hve been making such good progress with their new build- ing project that they are planning to do away with the temporary quarters near the beach, in the near future. NEXT TO THE Mason's. W, in- terhouses' Summerback is taking on a new look. resp!endent with new siding. The Clarence Bauligs are enjoy- ing a week of springtime expended here in Grapeview at their sum- mer cottage. $30,000 made up of County and Federal funds (46% County-54% Federal, will make possible a 1-.4 mile stretch of road on the Grape- view cutoff that should do away with some of the more difficul' sections of same We anxiously await fm'ther dev:]opment as th( pro3ect unfo]ds. The Sarah Eckert Orthopedic Guild will meet Friday evening at 7:30 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Ethel Buckingham with Mrs. Marge Hell acting as co-hostess. Plans for the coming Orthopedic pieni,. and the Governor's Tea to be held in Olympia, May 22, will be ih,.. main topics of discussion l'Ol' t.*'l( evening. Th Grapeview Store will be op:nh-g Sundays from i0 a.m, to p.m. a of this Sunday, May 19. "Welcome. Summertime' Drapes . C.rta,ns SAVE @ Slip Covers up 75 @ uits to Coats Sweaters Skirts Dresses LAUNDRY FACILIiES Double load washee Rug Washer Single load washers ) Extractor Dryers Attendan On Duty Daily 8 a.m. -- 10 plm. Shelion Goin.Operated Laundry & Dry Cleaners tAcross from City Hall) Min Okano $250,000.00 IN FREE PRIZES FROM Gome in and see .... ALR,EAOY-WON! Here's a "once-in-a-lifetime" chance to win the priceless gift of better hearing -- for yourself, for a loved one FREE! 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