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1963 SI-I.TON--MA[0N COUNTY ,lOURNAI;--Published in '’Ch,ri,hmtnwn, U.KA.', Shelton. Washingtol'i PAGE 15 Parents Of On May |0 Miss Lisa on Harstine, 8he met her grandparents and Mr. and was born Yates' p.m. She 15 ounces. big brothel' Yates and WOrk party Cove under a Club, A pouck the hall are nrged the ceme- Womens' La- and es- e were :( May th spring was by Mable r and Mrs. Hiteh- Sebering food corn- and in charge also had a elephant and This was the club and Flor- in C. O'clock Ber- the The White sheath and bone ac- set) Simmons and children of Gig Harbor, Joe Glaser of Bremer- ton and his family and the R. C. Glasers of Shelton, spent Mother's Day with the H. A. GIBBers. SCHOOL B O A R l) directors met at the school, Monday for their regular monthly meeting., Larry Jerrelfs will replace John,I Hiteheock, who is retiring, as bus driver. Mrs. Jack Necks is the new custodian, replacing Harlin Jerrells, who will attend college in Glendale, Calif., next year. Jack Necks was hired to replace glass and screen the windows. Weekend guests of the Sial Baunsgards were their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Berry Bm'khalter and Mr. and Mrs. Burkhalter, St., Lakewood. Harstine Island Grange will meet Friday at 6:45 p.m. at the hall. aced by the as matron was 'of the Her par- Bill Gortz Parents are Agnes Schna- is em- Work and the Olym- Tb( from all Miss Cheryl of teen- Library Has Books On Music "LeL the world rejoice with mus- ic" is the theme for National Mu- sic Week. Besides a collection ot records, and some sheet music, what can the Library offer in the field of music? "One hundred years of music in America", surveys the musical life of the country: American com- posers, the opera, church music, the symphony, popular nmsic; mu- sic as a business: music publish- ins, records, education, criticism; and music, government and the law. Various eminent contributors have written in their own fields. FOR THOSE WHO would like to trace music further back and in other countries, Paul Henry Lang's "Music in western civilization" is an interesting and fairly complete history.. "G. rove's dictionary of music and musicians", on the reference shelf, contains within its ten volumes the answers to most of the questions that are likely to be asked on the subject. Not all music books are as weighty as these. The current re- vival of interest in folk music makes a book like Alan Lomax's "Folk songs of North America" particularly interesting: Over three hundred songs are included. A de- lightful book for childre: is "American folk songs for chil- dren", illustrated by Barbara Cooney. A companion volume is "American folk songs for Christ- at the mas". . crossed Leonard Bernstein's "The joy of zvlrs Jack • music' is a lively introdnct{ol{ to ne Waite the appreciation of music. Benja- min Britten's "Wonderfnl world .'S DAY, of music" vividly illustrates "sound .Ser) Fra- and rhythm, songs and singers, Fife, Mr dra'ma "in music, east and west" aret Gla" and other subjects. !h Joint Party Recently a Krateha, Linda, Susan and John rating a Wednesday evening were Mr. and ere Car- Mrs. Doug Perrine and daughter Rickards, of Packwood Mr. and Mrs. Ray of Mr. Krateha and 'Janice. Christine Four Leaves 4-H Club members and Mrs. met at Robin Bakke's Thursda5 birthday with cookies and soft drinks home of served for refreshments. Rgporter Y with Kathy Ness reported a short busi- served hess "meeting was held. Lg the John Kratcha of Siletz, Ore., Wendy left Friday to spend the summer Tracy in Minnesota, after spending two Susan weeks visiting the Walter, John Be- Jr., and Ray Kratcha's. l=ains, Kim BUSINESS 4-H Club called to V Service .... and 'Mar- flag sa- . Radio - TV was . Phonographs .the Mill . CB 2-way radio blue LEROY'S TV SERVICE con- Mr, View Ph. 426-3172 i i Marvin Tire Service are Vicki I Gunter. I . gew - Goodrich the 4-H I . Recapping and soft . Used Two dem- at the OK RUBBER WELDERS Mt. View Ph. 426-4832 MS .... Community Ciob At LiiJiwaup Has Card Party • Fairbanks-Morse Pumps • Electric Heating • Westinghouse Appliances 419 Railroad Ph. 426-6283 SHELTON ELECTRIC CO. Bayten Families Entertain, Visit Families For Mother's Day week in Burley will 1 Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Howe and family. On Sunday, Mr, and Mrs. War- ren Williams and girls motored to Monroe and spent the day with Mr. and Mrs. Irving Jewett. Mr. Pete Roberts and sons were Molher's Day dinner guests in the Shelton hc, ine of his mother, Mrs. Nena Roberts. Present also were Mr. and Mrs. Bill Roberts and family of Island Lake. NR. AND MIIS. GARY DILLON and son Shelton. were Wednesday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Alvia Chapman. Saturday, the Warren Cart fam- ily, Shelton. and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Chappell and children gathered in the Cloquallum home of Mr. and Mrs C. L. Anderson for a picnic dinner. Monday evening visTtors in the John Anderson honle were Mr. and Mrs. Roger Russell and fmnily, l/y Mrs. Nell V-rove LILLI\\;VAUP.-- Litliwaup Com- munity Club potluck and card party Friday evening was well at- tended wth forty members and Drugs . Helena Rubinstein cos- [ tactics [ • Prescriptions | • Hypo-Allergic cosmetics ] m NELL'S PHARMACY [ Govey Bldg. Ph. 426-3327 I Landscaping • Lawns, rockeries, trees shrubs • Top soil, tilling, leveling • Free estimates SUNSET LANDSCAPING Herbert Daze 426-4718 Auto Repa" • Body Work • Glass Replacement • Paint Touch-Ups • Radiator Repair WHI'rEY'S AUTO BODY Ph. 426-6302 Shelton Saturday dinner guests in the River and it was a real thrill when Merlin Rickards home were Mrs. one of the party caught a stur- friends attending the poi.luck din- ner. After the business meeting which was called to order by the president, Jack Leimback at 7 p.m., pinochle was played. Ttlere was 11 tables, high score going to Kathryn McIntyre and Fred Jolm- son, second high to Cecil Gilbert and Bill Gilbert, 300 pinochle lie! Evelyn Nicholson and Jim Webber and Frances Moake won the door prize. This was the third party in a series of five. Esther Christensen and Susan Chcatham were host- esses. Last Monday, May 6, the Social Club met at the home of Mrs. Max Schmidt, a noon potluck luncheon was served. Election of officers was held, Mamie Kaare was elected president, Pearl Schmidt viec president and May- belle Willson secretary and treas- urer. The next meeting, June 3, will be held at Corda \\;Vatkins, Saturday a rummage sale and auction will be held at the Ma- sonic Temple in Union, the sale s sponsored by the l,iasons, Ama- ranth and Eastern Star. Many useful articles will be on display. MOTIIEIIS' DAY, a Mothers' day breakfast was served at the Masonic I'emple. I)ess Haines was chief cook. He was assisted by other members of the Masons. It was a lovely breakfast and one day the mothers could just sit and enjoy themselves. Thank to the men folk. Mrs. Sig (Mabel) Anderson, who was injured three weeks ago when her cat" skidded over a bank, re- turned home last Saturday and ks getting along nicely. Her many friends wish her a speedy recov- ery. Sunday Mabel and Sis were greatly surprised when their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Tahja and sons Allen and Dale of Tacoma, another daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Smith and daugh- ter, Sandra of Springwater and Mattie Baeldund. all arrived with a delicious chicken dinner all cooked and ready to serve. Also Chris Oyan enjoyed dinner with them. It was a great treat for Mabel after being in the hospital By Mabel Kidd DAYTON. Mrs. James Hick- SOil'S SOil, George Landers, made her real happy o.7 Mother's Day by calling her from San Luis Val- ley, Colo. She was "also real de- !ighl.(,d to talk to Adrian. her lit.lie three-year-old grandson. Molher's Day dinner g!lests of Mr. and Mr.% \\;Valter Chappell were her parents, Mr and Mrs. C. L. Anderson, Steve and Lenny of Cloquallum. I)rop-in-callers were Mrs. Larry Goldsby, Shelton. Mr. and Mrs. Verl York and children and Mrs. Michael O'Leary and son, Satsop, Mrs. Richard Havens and a friend and Mrs. Ron Moore and .Penny. Visitina" Saturday in the Dell Adams lomc were Mr. and Mrs. Lester A,tams and children of Ta- coma. Tile J. C. Tibbits family of Chehalis were overnight guests and Sunday the Glen Riekards family also of Chehalis spent the day. Bruce McQuilkin was hospital- ized a week ag'o Monday suffering from burns caused by his shirt catching fire from a burner on the eleet.re range. His condition is finally improving and we wish him a, speedy recovery. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Lemke motored to Seattle on Mother's Day for dinner with Mr. and Mrs Arthur Volden. Joining them for dessert were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lemke and Janet. Mrs. James Doougherty and chil- dren were Sunday dinner gzests of Mr. and Mrs. Gib Ovist. Jamie Hiekson spent a day last Delmar Burgeson and S,haryl, Cos- mopolis. Vickie Stuller had as Friday overnight and Saturday guest Kathy Bae while Linda Stuller had Joni Gibson am her guest. Sunday visitors in the Alvill Hulbert home were Mrs. Chester ValYey, Skokoomish Valley, Mr. and Mrs. Chester Valley, Jr.. and Jim Valley and Vickie. Seattle. Darlene Bloomfield spent the weekend in the home of her par- ents Mr. and Mrs. Pete Bloom- field. The Marvin Lund family, Bayshore and the Jack Ghramms of Union had Sunday dinner in the home of their [)arents, Mr. and Mrs. Hans Land. Mother's Day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Aldrich were Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Nelson and son. Tacoma. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Krona, Shel- Keith Tibbits spent Friday and Saturday nights with tile Lee Tib- bits in Olympia. He enjoyed a fishing trip down the Chehalis Shelton. ton. where Sunday callers in tile Mrs. Bruce McQuilkin and chil- home of Mr. and :IVlCrs. Allen Tib- dren were Mother's Day dinner bits. guests in the Miles McQuilkin Lnrene Hnlbert had Sunday din- home. net' with her grandparents, Mr. Mr. and Mrs. WeB Sloan visited and Mrs. Alvin Hulbert. in the Alvia Chapman home Saturday afternoon. Weekend guests in the James Einarsson home were her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Huff of Myrtle Point. Ore. Mrs. Clyde Ruddell attended the P.T.A. convention last week held in Bellingham. The Doyle Howard family mo- tored to Issaquah and spent Fri- day overnight and Saturday With his mother, Mrs. Thelma Howard STEAK at seen. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Todd were Mother's Day dinner ga]ests of son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Todd, Shelton. THE ,lANES CORNIER family were Thursday evening callers in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Howard. Sunday dinner geusts of the Al- len Tibbits were Mr. and Mrs. Willis Tibbits and girls of Lost Lake. Afternoon callers were Mr. and Mrs. 5. C. Tibbits and boys of Cllehalis. Mr. ad Mrs. Lee Tib- bits and Linda, Olympia. and Mrs. Leonard Cochran, Darell and Lin- da. Lost Lake. On Monday, Mrs, Clyde Nora riB. Lost Lake, spent the day with Mrs. Allen Tibbts, making dresses• Prices Effective May 16-17-18 Right To Limit k AtPRECIATION ! f FOR ANY PLUMI3tNG i INVITATION r / I I I LILT PUSH BUTTON $198 HOME PERM ................. CREST LGE. SIZE TOOTHPASTE . 39* CUT-RITE 125' ROLL WAXED PAVER 25’ W.ITE OR A.T.-4 PA /$. SCOT TISSUE ............ I I I III I ,, RED RIPE BULK TOJ00ATOES 2i39 c LETTUCE ...................................... =o. 2/2F I CUCUHBERS G:e00?n Texas ........................ Each 3/29' llUSHItOOMS ::::: w.,,o .................... ,o. ,,0 H RADISHES & GREEN OHIONS Bunch 05' r:S,, ...... \\; HO M! ENCYt TO LIMIT Walter Electrical _ . House wiring & rewiring . Electric Heating • Trouble Shooting . Licensed & Bonded Contractor JIM EINARSSON ELEC. Star Rte. 2, Box 37, 426-650 ii Draperies . custom made • free estimates • work guaranteed J, C. PENNEY CO. 305 RR Ave, Ph. 426-8283 Auto Glass . Expert Installation JIM PAULEY, INC. 5th & Railroad Ph. 426:8231 i Florist • Plants for all occasions . Flowers ,EVERGREEN FLORISTS 4th & Birch 8 to 8 426-8479 Radiator Repair • Doiling out • Soldering • New cores BOON'S PLUMBING HEATING, SHEET METAL 623 S. 1st. Ph. 426-3483 met nenbers DIRECTORY Floor Coverings \\; • Linoleum • Tile • Carpeting • Formica REX FLOOR COVERING Mr. View Ph. 426-2292 IVORY BAR SOAP MEDIUM SIZE .... 10 € IVORY BAR SOAP Per.., Size .... 4/29' SKIPPY DOG FOOD ........ 8 ca.s st KITTyICAT FOOD 1o. T,ns .... 12/$1 LARGE SIZE .... 2/35* iVORY BAR SOAP TIDE / C TASTEWELL EASY SPREAD 1 LB. Ctns. DEL MONTE EARLY GARDEN 16-OZ. TINS OUT GREENBEANS DEL .ONTE 16-0Z. TINS .................................................................. 5/i 1 PEANUT BUTTER SHUR-FRESH 18;OZ. CRE,. OR CRUNCHY ................................................ 39* MUSHROOMS OSTRO,,S 4-oz. TINS 3/$1 STEMS AND PIECES ................................................................ EVAPORATED MlU[ o.,GO, O TALL TINS ........... ................................................. 7/99*, I II IIlll I FANCY PEAS ----,.,0 Mrs. Maurice Kaare over Moth- T-Bone Steak ............ L. ,0, FRONTIER BREAD 22,/ o,. Loaf ................ 35 € Hood Canal Junior High School Boneless Top 1111 Illll'll 111411 1  Drumstix, Thighs, Breasts....  P.T.A. will hold their last meeting" Round ota LB q,F |llUIIrlrMAlrlll: Shut-Fresh 6-oz. Fro=,. ql tNZ/$'I officers wil/ be held. After tim .................. business meeting slide pictures will '• ____ LL|'|vnMuL Regular or Pink ................ J- W'/ IL be shown. 1 05 Large Ranch Satm'day mornnig M,'. and Mrs. Porter House SteaksL.,,,, AA SIZE EGGS -ooa, ....................................... 43 € ]VIatt Kaare. their son and wife, e]ii ;d O 49 ’ I I Mr. and Mrs. George Kaare me- . t Fresh-Lean: .-- __ CA TSU P tored to Tacoma to attend the Ba© n LB " neighbor,fUneral of a long-tinleMr. Harold Jacobsen,friend anda jiti;TF;k;;il ..... LB" S9 Spareribs LB  Cornier resident of Potlach. Mr. Fresh- Lean llilll Jacobsen suffered a heart attack € while walking on the street in I Taooma .... Groun Beef LB .,i Miss June and Dale Moffett of _ .... Each / C Olympia' 9pent M°ther's DaY CYhi;d;;d ;;(kg 29 Hygrades 3 lb. Tin 1i1 1  DER weekend iLh their parents, tvh-. and Mrs. Bob ]V[offett. Canned Pionics Each =Bi SNI S Marion and Jack Jolmston en- " I I4-oz. l l I joyedMother'sDaydinner'with MARGARINE Marion's parents, the Vance. , ,i I SPICY 'N 1 / Sales of small-denomination TANGY! I Series E Savings Bonds=-bought mainly by payroh savers--were at • / I fl II I : a near-record level in 1962. $50 Bonds set a peacetime record and TREET A,mou,,, $25 Bonds a five-year record. Luncheon Me,, ........................................................................................ ,2 o,. 39 ’ .or-rosh 2W 6 To A Package .................... three weeks. Mr and Mrs. Bob Peterson a,d aL ua. daughter of PorL Angeles visited U.S. Choice Verifine - Well Trimmed its BEST! SIRLOIN STEAK TITLE INSURANCE BUILDING SHELTON Mason Douniy Savings & Loan Assodalion NEW CONSTRUCTION-- REMODELING PURCHASE 6 % On Reducing Balances -- No Commission Charges LOW COST HOHE LOAHS