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PAGE .mrnl AT SHERIFF&apos;S OFFICE Rufus %V. Cusick was tined $100 and had his driver's license sus- pended for 30 days and received a five-day suspended jail sentence on charges of driving while intoxica- ted in Mason County Justice Court last week. ooked at the sheriff's office during [le week were Mieh- me] L, Higgins, failure to pay fine and Gerald M. VanCleave, speed- ing and failure to appear in court. NEW HOMELITE CONVERTIBLE DRIVt CHAIN SAW ! CONRS FOM DECr 8 MINUTES OR ES$ Peek the drive to suit the |Oh r i ,,- it's convertiblel Cut firewood, repair stofllt I damage, build shelters pIUItO orchards or shade tree= I Cuts level with the oun(I t Ideal for ell.yearoround USl ! WA V A FREI DIrMONSTRATI@N T@DAY| ' Saeger Motor Shop on Hillcrest "We Service What We Sell" i.i, What's Doing Among Our SERVICEMEN Air Force Capt. George W. Bernert, a former Shelton res- ident, is taking part in "Exer. cise Coulee Crest" at the Yaki- ma Firing Center. Capt. Bernert flies reconnaissance missions in the military exercise. He was recently presented the Distin- guished Flying Cross for flying missions over Cuba during the crisis last fall. He is the son at George Bernert, Longview, an'd the grandson of Earl Leggett, Shelton. Marine Private First Class Ran. old R White, son of Mr, and Mrs. C. H. White, Shelton, recently re- ceived a Markmnanship Trophy duNng graduation ceremonies at the Marine Corps Recruit Depot, San Diego, Calif. He received the award for firing the highest mark in his platoon on the rifle range . His score was 230x250. White was also promoted to his present rank. You Should Know... GLINT WILLOUR Life Insurance is old age inde- pendence purchased on the in- stallment plan, Ph. 426-8139 N/W NATI O NAL . James E. Dnrand. qnartermaster seaman. USN. son of Mr. and Mrs. Phillip VV. Durand. Shelton. is serwng aboard the altaek aircraft carrier USS Ranger, currently operating with tile Seventh Fleet in the Western Pacific. Edward A. Magruder. aviation electrician's mate third class. USN. son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel L. Magruder, Shelton. is serving with Patrol Squadron 47 at the Whid- bey Island Naval Air Station, Oak Harbor. Fireman Apprintiee USN Thom- as Bassett, Shelton, is home on leave visiting relatives and friends. He recently completed Submarine School at New Landau, Conn., and will report to the USS Valdor in San Diego at the end of his leave. Pvt. Dennis D. Demmon, son of Mr. and Mrs. Don Demmon, Shelton, recently completed six months of active duty in the Ar- my at Ft. Ord, Calif. He will serve the remainder of his service time with the local National Guard unit, which he joined short- ly before going on active duty. He is now working at the Simp- son Fiberboard plant. Lost Lake Families Entertain Friends And Relatives Hy l)ori Hiekson LOST LAKE .... Last week the weekend guests of the Roy Baul- due family were Mrs. Stan Averill of Spokane. and her daughter Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Bennett of Hawaii The Sunday evening dinner guests of the O'Brian household was Mrs. Citarlie Mitehel. On last Saturday Bey Saegar went to tim Posse grmmds to ride and practice with the Ben Wil- liams family. On last Sunday the Loertschers were delighted with two neighbor children as their guests. Tony Freeman and Kerry Harvey had come over to ride "Old Blazer". Mr. and Mrs. Frank Synes. Bill Walko and Ran Walko and son were the Snnday guests of tile Jim Sours. Mrs. Sours received the most improved bowlers trophie from the womans Grange League. Their Banquet was held last Saturday evening in the Agate Grange Hall. Mrs. Bauldus enjoyed the She4- ton McMillians and the LeRoy Baulducs as her Mother's Day gtlests, Saturday the Ivy Climber's 4- Her's went horseback riding. Along with the McIxins. Mrs. Critchfield and Mrs. Bishop went clam digging at Oyhut. MortaiS, Immortals Scientist Subject A Bible Lesson on the subject of "Mortals and Immortals" will be read this Sunday at Christian Science church services. Golden Text: "This corruptible must put on incorruption, and this mortal must put on immor- tality" (I Car. 15:53). Related readings from the Chris- tian Science textbook include these lines: "Either here or hereqfter, suffering or Science must des- troy all illusions regarding life and mind, and regenerate mater- ial sense and self. The old man with his deeds must be put off'* ("Science and Health with Key te the Scriptures" by Mary Baker Eddy, p. 296). Mary A. Houston. daughter of Mr. and Mrs B F. Heuston of 433 So 12th. Shelton, is sched- uled to receive her bachelor of science degree in biology from the College of Idaho (Caldwell) at commencement exercises, June 1. Salvation Army Having Fund Drive The Salvation Army's annual campaign is now in full swing, according to W H. Anderson. trea- sm'er of the Army's Service Ex- tension committee in this area. A "mailer" requesting contribu- tions already has gone out to bus- loess and professional people, and .advance gifts are steadily earning in. As we go to press, similar ap- peal letters are being prepared for the residential area. and will be in the mail by May 20. This campaign schedule has been de- signed to coincide with National Salvation Army Week May 19-26. The local committee has informa- tion stating that the Army in the United States last year cared for 21.297 unwed mothers, it operates 260 youth clubs, and each year houses thousands of boys and girls at its 55 summer camps. IRENE S. REED SCHOOL NEWS Delegation From School Attends Regional Girls' Club Conference In Longview Saturday By Molly Murdey pleasure of enjoying a winning Four delegates from Shelton at- tended the Southwest Washing- ton Girls' Club Spring Conference, which was held at [4obert A. Long High School in Longview Satur- day. Attending the conference were Kelly Fredson. Shelton Girls' Club vice president: Cheri Daniels, co- seaon so far this year. The team defeated North Mason. but they have lost to South Kitsap, Bain- 'bridge, West Bremerton and East Bremerton. April showers caused many of the matches to be can- celed. The boys playing regu- larly on the tennis team are Mike Carte. Ken Kneeland. Glenn Hub- Beachcombers Garden Club At AllynElects By Judy Von OMen ALLYN -- Beachcombers Gar- den Club met at the home of Mrs. Vetsa Reynolds of Victor for their regular meeting last Thm'sday. Mrs Edwin Grigg presided ove' the regular business meeting. Of- fleers elected for the coming year were Mrs. Emil Gaetana, president ; Mrs. Nita Holden. vice-president; Mrs. Earl Terrell. secretary; Mrs. Clay Jones. treasurer. Luncheon was then Served by hostess. A I work party is planned for middle of month at the cemetery. The club is taking over flower arrang- ing for tile month of June at. the Belfair Baptist Church. The Replenishing Shower Chtb met Thursday night to honor Do- rothy Griffey. She received many lovely towels, mxmg bowls, cups, sheets, table elotis. She then serv- ed smorgasbord hnlcheon and strawberry short cake. Mrs. Peter- son will be honored May 23. The Cub Scouts held their final Pack meeting until next Septem- ber. This month is Circus month, Den 1 boys were dressed as circus clowns, and Den 11 had made a space circus with very strange looking characters. For the sum- mer program it was deeided that each of the parents of the boys will take them for one outing dur- ing the summer months. After the meeting coffee and cake were serv- ed. Mr and Mrs. Carl Izett and five others of the Fail" Harbor Grange attended tile visiting Gavel Program at the Agate Grange Fri- day evening. ALLYN RESIDENTS congratu- late Mr. and Mrs. Charles Engle of Belfair on the arrival of their baby daughter born May 9. She weighed 6 ponnds 15 ounces and was 19 inches. Dick Shellgren formerly of A1- lyn will have open heart surgery. this week at the University Hos- pital in Seattle Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Wolfe of Lakewood and friends Mr. and Mrs. Stansbury of Seattle called on Mr. and Mrs. Earl Terrell last Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Wolfe are leaving Monday for several weeks stay in San Francisco. Pete Hansen of Seattle and who had a beach home in Grapeview called on several of the Beach families in Allyn last Monday. Congratulation to Mr. and Mrs. Don Woodbury of Federal Way on the birth of their second son, Ro- bert Merrill, born on April 29, Mrs. Woodbury is the former Pain Ison of Allyn. Mr. and Mrs. Art Kuehn of Paulsbo called on Mr. and Mrs. Earl Terrell Sunday. Mr. and Mrs Emil Gaetana went to Wenaehee for Mother's Day weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Noel spent Mother's Day with their daughter and family, Mr and Mrs. Warren Day at their mothers, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Clements of Allyn. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Izett's dangh- ters, Mrs. Francis Lever and her family of Seattle, and Mrs. How- ard Haley and her family of Ta- coma brought dinner out for their morn and to spend Mother's Day out at Allyn. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Terrell and Mr. and Mrs. Steve Bovce attend- ed ehureh t;ogether and in the after- noon went to Myre's Cafe of Port Orchard to celebrate Mother's Day. There were several birthdays this past week in Allyn. Barba'a Kowalcyzk was 17 May 8 and had several friends in for dinner and then took them to the show. David l<owalcyzk was 16 on May 8 ad had several buddies in for supper and then treated them to a show. Vere Wynn was 13 on Saturday and had 15 guests in during the afternoon. The 5 , had cake and ice cream, Vere received nice models to put together. Kathie Marsh ce- lebrated her fifth birthday Wed- nesday. Her mother had grandma and grandpa and several friends over in the evening to help her celebrate. MONDAY EVENING the ambu- lance at Allyn, with driver Del Griffey and attendent Bill Mot'- yon, took Earl Holbrook of Allyn to the Shelton Gen6ral Hospital. Mrs. Bill Radar is feeling better after her heart attack. She re- turned to her home on Benson Lake after having an attack in North Palm Springs, Calif. Shortly after 3 a.m. Wednesday morniug heavy smoke from an air- tight heater settled across the highway causing a passing motor- ist to call Allyn Fire Department/ Investigating firemen located the source. Fireman Del Stormo, stopped on the way out his door, was informed the false alarm was caused by smoke from his heater which was settling in a dense blan- ket. Five men from the Mr. and Mrs. League of Shellon, went to Cen- tralia to bowl in the B.P.A.A. one tournament last Saturday evening. The five were John Hurst, Wayne Rovinson, Frank Marler, Hareery Griffey, and Del bowled under the Owls." Their wives and the five ing of it. After bowling by the les were joined Roy Petty and her. The party the home of Mr Marler. Kenny and leaving' in a ral months stay is formerly lyn. We hope ful time. A man be free from From Nell I'll have to was in my own was thirty (30!) to me to be on how many of any more, do to be quite in the last that the been able to others like them a necessary. Open Saturdays " Nell's Cth & STARTS TOMORROW - coAST,To,COAST SToREs ,  ORGANIZATIOISr  / r CHA00C0AE The "El Camlno' model comes complete with eavy n..m,.meur I ,)I,iY q s'tur&/ 3 bar cantilever frame, sleek tank design e L,evol Aj.=tmt ..... a obar and =te = nandye Lignwlgnl 3tmng OaK trame coy- double adlustab e chrome h ndl me or ! roni I  ng Ca ered in attractive bright ball bearing set end kick stand. Red or hue .: ../ ......... flish. MEN'S and LA S 24 end 26 INCH  strtpe. .,ghtwmght. 7 Inch A  ..... ,-'. 22 inch Gta.t Cutter ,,,,',--.,,, U=Dpm / .ur.uLo . oo .oasrer fomainoTiol"% n;  ) GRIP FOR EA 0 E II \\; v-/ ,U:', | " FERTILIZER COVERS pose spring. E=/  10,000 SQUAREFEETI 16 Ouhce Size SPRAY PAINT I Here Is the erfeet i paint-can be used on in- teriolP on d exterior| Guaranteed not o clogl Assorted oior tO choose {rrno oz, S=ZE .......... 44 4 oZ. SIZE ....... $1.33 NEVER BEFORE 5 to 9 Cup Automatic ; PERCOLATOR Con e used fr cook- ing such as = wrap for baked potatoes and keeps pans =leon* Large 25 foot mill 12 Inches wide. 25x 18 IN. HEAVY DUTY F01L ......... 7 Has a no drip spout, poll sh ed =lumlnum finish. Graduated mark- ings. Complete with cotde RAY PROUTY 123 S. Second St. 426-3111 Brown of South Colby. chairman of the friendship cam- bard. Loren Gee and Phil Cromer. Mr. and Mrs Earl Terrell went . P,   ,   [f[[/ mittee; ,Jill 3"effery, sophomore As it nears the last day of " " "- t class representative; and Sandy school several clubs are planning to Seattle last Friday to see Earl's  v  -- Ill sister and many friends They hm- - 1. .t  4_ McArthur, junior class }-epresenta- to hold picnics. The Library Club d with Eaz:l's sister", Mr. and t0-,- ,' "  "-- ,_,_, tive. Kelly's mother provided will have a picnic after 'school es, Alan Scott and laker that  .... ,anportation. on May 21 at Rcne Fain's house. The conference began at 9 a.m. Sue Norvold will organize the out- evening trod dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Jotm Ingbright at one of the with registration, which was tel- ing as general chairman. Other re- nicer restaurants in Seattle.   ........ L === lowed by the opening" assembly, cent activities of the Library Chzb Richard R. Valley of Cresent Kermence wffn The Shelton delegates wel able to include pm*'chasing the book', "The vote in the election of conference Epic of Man" for the school library. City undelvent surgery this past .... officers for next year, although The club used funds made by a week. I know he would like to the road to debt-free ownership tluS Shelton did not send any candi- bake sale to buy the book. l;enarf'ihizSeanYwftlited ooAnl; Our loan counselor can help you plan dates for office. THE ART CLASSES, taught by FTA (Future Teachers of Amer- 225' 42nd "and Clements, Fort Miley, oavments to fit Your income . William Steinbacher, have been lea) also plan to have a picnic. San F.rancisco, Calif. " --  . -- -- ".. busy with a number of projects, Their picnic will be held May 31 Mrs. Howard Wynn's brother- more margin for comfortable lilng, at Sandy azd Mike McArthur's in-law, Hank Shellgren is staying' - .--- - -,._ .. e--urse including soap earrings, wire and home on the bay. paper mache figures, drawings of with them and ks starting work oaay, Wll;rlOUl; OD!lgal;lon, oi cu ' classmates, mosaics and statues. GAA will hold its annual picnic with Kirk. L w I " r st - ts o nle e ,os Art students also completed "Keep :May 20 at Maple Beach on Lake Mr. and Mrs. Carl Tzett spent It Washington Gr'eell" posters aud Isabella. It is Imeessary for all one evening last week visiting Prepayment without Pena Y "Safety Seat Belt" posters. The member to attend if they wish with Mr. and Mrs. Clay Jones. e winners of the 'Keep Washington to earn their letters. Iarlene 1IR, AND MIS. Earl Anderson , A Green" poster contest were Bruce Adams is chairman of the picnic, and children of Mossy Rock came 1  ., , -- Miller, first place; Kathy Suther- The coming week will prove to over to Allyn and took her folks  I t  II land, second place; Bill Woden, be an exeit;ing one as so many to the Silver Spurs Horse Show at | td 1 ----t,' i --. 14t Silverdale Sunday. Butch Ander- I& 1111 d'I1I," Il |! third place; Dennis Muerer, fourth end of the school year activities son brought home two trophies. l,L,k Ulllll 1 ';; place and Donna Donava,n,, fifth will take place. On Mondav the place. The winners of tim Safety the election of next year's pep Mr. and Mrs. Dick Baumgart-   .... -|- 1 .'-,i 1' Seat Belt" poster contest will have staff members will be held and the ner and three children and Dick's  I FTH AND  WA ril ',:' mother Mrs Baumgartner and H SH ";1 free seat lelts installed in thei results will be announced Tues- , . OME OFFICE -- OLYMPIA IN - t cars. day at the annual Awards As- Mr. and Mrs. Walt Mongeau and LOANCOUNSELOR KURT MANN MAN I 'Meet Miss Highclimber" wa mlbly. daughter, Judy spent Mother's ....... " ""  " - the theme of the Mothers' Recep- :., teen held last Thursday in the o- 8 p.m. wit h Rosalie Hanson a master of ceremonies. Sandi Be- dell, accompanied by Fayanne Sar- gent, sang "Sound of Music" and "End of the World" and the Senior Trio, consisting of Arla MalT, . Nikki Coles and Rosalie Hanson, p : sang "Night and Day". Janet Est- vold accompanied the Senior Trio. Rosemary Crumb then presented a reading on high school activi- ties for girls and the importance WALT!S. of the home. Randi Tuson, Girls' Club president, gave the welcome, led the flag salute and intro- duced the special guests. A style show vas then pre- sented by the home economics ROBIN HOO classes. Gloria Walker, Janice Pierce, Carol Hardin and Arla Marr were commentators for the fashion showo. The girls who modeled were: Fran Demmon, Pare Tuson, Bonnie =LODGE Buzett, Lynn Level!, Mary John- sen, Marlene McGee, Doris Mini- geshi. Joan Schneider. Gerri Schur, Marsha Smith, Carol Gouley, Cindy Bead, Pat Smith. Colleen McGuire. Donda Saeger, Rita Swayze, Ira Danielson. Zelda Hess. Kathy Waters. Sue Leighton, Toni Magellson, Ann Brigham. Judy Johnson. Sonde Bye, Janet Temple, Linda Laney, Arleue Cheney, Ann Rau, Lyta Andrews. Mary Tobler. Paula Harmon. Linda Rodgers, Judy Hedrick, Karen Smith and Jo Ann Brown. THE NEW HOUSE that the carpentry class is building tl,ds year is nearly finished, according to Arne Johnsen, carpentry in- structor. The house, which belongs to the Nell Dethlefs family, is a large one with four bedrooms, two baths, a workshop, a fireplace and a two-car garage. The boys will be taken out to dinner by Mrs. Deth- lets when the house is completed, as is the tradition. With the help of the V.F.W.. which takes ap- plications for building jobs, the carpentry classes have been able to build twelve houses in the past years The boys' tennis team coached by Don Josephson, has not had the ON H 0 0 D 'G A N A L 12 Miles East of Union WE WILL BE OPENING TUESDAY, MAY UNDER THE MANAGEMENT OF MR. AND MRS. FEATURING HOME MADE PASTRIES 21 WALT HENY QUALITY FOOD AT REASONABLE PRIGES. BREAKFAST SERVED ANYTIME,