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Shelton Mason County Journal
Shelton, Washington
May 21, 1964     Shelton Mason County Journal
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) t ]AGE 16 SHELTON--MASON COUNTY JOURNAL---Published in "C, Uhristmastown, U.S.A.", Shetton, Washington Mrs. Ray Kratcha SOUTFtSIDE -P.T.O. met last i Bell Riders Saddle Club had a Monday evening for eleci.i)n ot] nice get-together at the Posse By Mrs. Franees @atlo LILLIWAUP -- Pat M. McGra- dy, St'., science editor for the officers and the results .of theGrounds Sunday. America.,1 Cancer Society, a.nd au- ulection are Doris .laekson, prem- BELL RIDERS are baying :'r thor of a new book on cancer to dent; Virginia Mercer, vice-pres- Play Day at the Posse grounds be published this fall by Basic id(.nt; Mrs. Montgomery, secretary Saturday, following the Mason Books, Inc., will be returning to and .Iolleen F, evis treasm'er. Mrs. County Forest Festival parade Lil]iwaup June i for another sum- Mont~mnery won the room count. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. H. mer of studying, writing and golf- Mrs. Mbntgome|'y also w(m the Asche Saturday evening for dinner ing. Pat and his wife, the former men|bersl|ip drive they had at the were Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Asche Grace Robinson, bought the Lilli- first of l.he year and was presente(I and family of Cole Road, Mr. andwaup beach home of her mother, with a. field trip to Camp GoveyMrs. Walter Lelander and Gary Mrs. Frank Robinson, and have where she watched the working Mattson, Mrs. Albugh was also been coming from New York to operations from the topping of the t~ guest for the evening spend their summers here. tree, loaded on the train and see- Mill Creek What Nots 4-H Club "The Savage Cell" is the title ing the loK on its way into Shel- met at Mrs. Ralph Simpson's of McGrady's book which is the tel to the mill. Max Sehmidt Jr., May 13 and Mrs. Simpson servoo result of extensive study of work and son, Mark, presented at the refreshments.. Marvin LaChance done by scientists in research cen- P.T.O. meeting the new Simpson opened the meeting and Marvin ters in this country and abroad. film called "Shelton", this filmSimpson led the flag salute Club The McGradys spent a year in Fresented the log as it came from members discussed a tamp to the France, where the writer worked til the Lilliwaup commu ' y hall. There will be prizes and refresh- ments and the card playing starts at 8 p.m. Memorial Day weekend promises to bring a large munber of tour- ists to the Canal and its resorts. Rhododendrons wil! be in bloom and tile countryside at its love- liest. Traffic was heavy last week- end when the weather, low tides and fishing brought many to the area. The three-day holiday week- end of the Canadians, too, brought an influx of motorists from the north. NATURE LOVERS near Eldon felt that they were especially fav- ored with a spectacular sight Fri- day, 'when 10 trmnpeter swans paid a visit to Harems, Harems Womens Spring & Summer Fashion Flats :i' SHINDIGS WHITE - BONE - BLUE PINK - YELLOW Bay. Mrs. J. E. Schoenberger, who caught an early glimpse of the Regular Ihe wood:.; and as it was finisher ocean June 20. Pete Olson presi- under a. Fulbright fellowship huge, snowy birds feeding on the $7.99 pj-a'r into lmnber, doors, flwniture fiber bo:u'd a ~d u( forth. There xvil] bedent of the Mill Creek What Notsgrant. His study brings hope that bay, alerte~'i her neighbors to the a Play Day at the Southside Scboo is quite ill, lets all wish Pete a new research will result in the . ........... unusual sight Among the viewers speedy recovery. The next meeting (~eveJopment o~ new ways to ug.t wine M~s ~'eo ...... % One group women's U. S. KEDDETTES IJ ' ", ~ rge W MoaKe, ~llS June 3 trom 11 a.m. on. will be May 27 at Simpsons. the disease that will attack oneStella ~I '" - " -~ - "" values regularly $3.99 and $4.99 .... orKen ana lwrsl~vva oen- -:::: .......... ~;, ........ ~7 .................................. :,---- M~,. and Mrs. Alfred Kadoun ~merman m 1our ..... I P ~ sen m Ninon and Kim and Mrs. Glen Kratcha, Two illustrated "u'tieles fromThe w-" "' . .... ~ w Mich~el and Shelly of Siletz, Ore. ' ' " " orm popmation ot trump- :- ~'-" visited Mr. and Mrs. Rny KratchaaMt3Grad;i~hb]~Ill~t:rt;C~Ia:~.~la,bYwtehe 3~ct()r~an~oZ3 ~ll~Y li~but 2,000, anc1 Janice Friday evening. . ~; " magazine wemm! I ,,,ow. =,.+ ............ BROWNIE TROOP 109met' ' ' . , oy ~vu's. Jyzo~J~L;. Hooded Terry Cloth ( m May zssues of the Saturday eve- Of these 150n -~--" ,, ~ "'-,. ,-,~ Top Grain Cowhides and English Moroccos ' " ~ ' ") , v ~1"~ =A. LJl'ltlall %~U" May 12 and elected uew patrol ning Post. Morgan recently under- lumbiaThis swan is one ...... SHIRTS ............................................ M ' q~.A._.=**"~.=~=l~ ] leaders for this raontl,. Those ' .......... EN S WALLETS ........................ I ~j ~z:2tbaennOperatlon tor cancer and ,argest of the species, has a black Yellow- Blue- White- Small- Medium- Large " Removable pass cases * High styles etitchleSS elected were Nancy Eveleth an! : ..... porteu as..recovermgbill and eye, with white on top of Regular Price $3.98 model --- Regular Price $5.00 t Kristi Hoff The troop is planning su~ncmnny zor resumpuon soon oI the head, she renorted It is no*e,~ a nature hike for Tuesday and the his radio news commentary on * ....... ~Z_ "- _ ". ~ ." Boy's Short Sleeve Turtle Neck ' ,,,, m~ .oaorous cry an(/ oree(ls | ~..~.~jj |troop is working on a ptay ana Tacoma's station KTAC. chiefly within the Arctic Circle KNITSHIRT ................................ Spring & Summer 'L picMc for May 26. Kristi Heft Mrs. ~illiam J. Everett and In the winter they are see], as fat" Colors- Black - White - Full Combed Yarn" CHILDRENS COATS ............ 7; Bob Jo es [ brought treats and served: Mrs. Fred Martin will be hostes-south as Texas. "The birds, after 100% Cot-ton -- Comparable at $2.50 Sherilyn Byrd Guild meets at Sizes 2 to 4 - Toddlers 3 to 6X and 7 to 14 the home of Joyce Byrd Thursday,see for the pinochle party spon-a stay of about four hours, took $1.69 each Bored by the Lilliwaup Comnnm- wing northward. Regular Price $5.98 to $17.98 ] R e t re a.d s are |'espectable ] May 21. The regular meeting dat~ity Club Friday evening, May 22.About three years ago, said the ] nowadays. Gone are the days [ Short Sleev~ - Regular Collar & Button Down( I of World War II when a tire ..... I~as postponed. The public is invited to attend Eldon residents, a flock of 11 was SPORT SHIRTS ............................ ' ~ Group Spring & Summer tL I any tire ...... was worth its I Southside Eagles 4-H Club mere- the party, which will be held in seen in this area. Sizes Small - Medium . Large CHILDRENS DRESSES .... "/J ]weight in gold, regardless ot ]bers met Tlmrsday at the honre n~ ~ ' Mr. and Mrs. George A. Reid . Regular Price $3.98 ] condition. This was tbe age when [ their leader Catherine Bracy aria of Seattle and Lilliwaup enter Sizes 2 to 4 - 3 - 6 X - 7 - 14 leh(mp, junky recaps were the [had a, judging contest on apl)les I'~r oar / ~" l_ tained a large group of friends LUGGAGE CLOSE OUTS Repular Price $3.95 to $10,95 ] thing', but tha.t couldn't be help- | and pans. The next meeting ~'ill Aa llCl e tOUDie Sunday at their Indian Beach cot- from our Famous Brand Line led. There simply wasn't enough [ be May 28. 4-H Club members ~ trage, "Reid's Roost" From Port- . 1 Group Both Boys & Girls ~/, | ruhl)er arouud and tile tech- I played baseball after the meetin~ ..... land, Ore., were Mr. and Mrs. Fred Regular Sam ..... T-SHIRTS ................ | tuques of recapping and re-] BUSY BELLS 4-H Club heid P/am Tn Mnv~ Oreive; from Seattle: Mr. and Mrs. ,-Ladies Beauty Case .................................... $14.95