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PAGE 12 SHELTON--MASON COUNTY JOURNAIfi-Published in "Christmastown, U.g.A.", Shelton, Washington Thursday, ] Nice Weather Brings Out Boaters, Swimmers And Traffic To Canal HOODSPORT -- W'hat a beauti- flxl weekend. The traffic on the Canal highway was thick and the trailer campers thicker. There were quite a. few skiers and swim- mers braving the cold waters and I bet a lot of sunburns will be noti- ced ill the next few days. Mr. and Mrs. Gone. Spaulding launched their new 14 ft. runabout and treated the Bill Bryants to a ride. The VanLaanens and McKiels are having lots of fun in their new boat, too. Mrs. George Yocum and Mrs. Andy Scott spent the weekend at "The Firs" in Bellingham at a Conference sponsored by the Cof- fee Cup program on KGDN. radio station. Newly weds in our community are Mrs. Jeanne Bass and Walt Carpenter. Her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bx.Tan Miles held a reception in their home at Potlatch for a few close friends of the couple. The Miles have left for an extended visit to their home in Colorado. 1MJ’. AND MRS. Harry Nichol- son and son, Harry IV, are home on a 15 day leave from Idaho Falls. Idaho. The grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Pierce and' Mrs. Evelyn Nicholson are really enjoying the chance to become better acquaint- ed with this young fellow. It really is a shame to realize that robbery has come into the picture on the local scene. A con- II I LOANS IlL I up to '5000 Loans on furniture, automobiles, equip- ment, livestock, or other security and take up to 48 months to repay. Credit Life Insurance is avail- able. Phone stop in or write: SERVIGE FINANCE GO. 124 Railroad Ave. Sfielton, Washington Phone 426-4447 I I siderable amount of money was stolen from the Treasure Chest while Mrs. Claire Boarder was gone on aa overnight trip to Seat- tle. Things are happening fast in Hoodspor these days. Mr. and Mrs. Emery Winters Jr. have mov- ed their trailer in next to the Sid Jarvis Garage and will be taking over the managemen soon. Mrs. Chuck (Virginia} Lanning and Mrs. Charles (Leona) Dillon are having a change of manage- ment opening of the Hoodsport Cafe Monday. We just heard that Fred KiN bourne will be turning his gas sta- tion over to new management on Monday, also. The Lower Skokomish school held a talent show under the direc- tion of Dick EndicbtL There was singing, dancing, skits and a pan- tomime fo all to enjoy. Also musi- cal selections oll the piano, accor- dion, saxaphone and trombone. Mrs. Barnett treated her fourth grade class Lo a swim party in the Pool Nnotare. MR. AND MRS. Mike Simmons and Julie have moved their trailer to the Grove to make way fox the building of a home by Mr. and Mrs. Nell Simmons. Things are really going up in a hurry. Another new family, recently moved into Potlatch, are Mr. and Mrs. Chet Dombroski. They pur- chased the home of the Pete Burgs. Mr. and Mrs. Borg are managing a park at Lake Sammamish. Mrs. Jenny Jacobsen, mother of Mrs. Ken Simons and Mrs. Jim Jarvis is moving into her home at Potlatch, next to the Jarvis's. Mlchelle Hester was honored guest at a birthday party Thurs- day and treated her friends to a Magicians show put on by Kelly Calahan. Kelly Calahan is leaving for a vacation trip which will take him on a visit to £amily members in Birmingham, Ala: and to South Carolina. "While in the south he will attend a Magician's conven- tion in Tennessee. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Cole traveled to Montan.a to visit their daughter and family. JIM BROWN and Dixie Thorson were visiting with his family in HoodsporL Sunday afternoon. When Maurice gaare moves something it goes in a hm'ry. About six men. a saw, a few hammers and whiz. the little cabin on his beach property was down, loaded on a trailer and two pick-ups, mo- ved to Pleasant Harbor and put back together again. All in a mat- ter of abort three hours. Walt Carpenter and Dave Collins who own Pleasant Harbor Marina will use the cabin fox' a shelter and a place for their hired help to camp in the summer. So far, Darrell Peterson will be working aL the dock again this year. The Hood Canal American Le- gion Auxiliary met in the home of Mrs. Jenny Huff on Wednesday cen'ing'.-An election of officers !!!ii:" G, 2 ..... 2 l Paul went for these! Hot Dog & Reg. Root Beer 19 (Thurs. & Friday Only) s A & W Rool Beer In Lee Carlson Memories of the 1902 fire are recalled by pioneer logger Lee Carlson, 82. He and several others were woridng for Swan and John- son near Shelton and they had to fight the fire in the cookhouse until 3 o'clock in the morning. When they finally thought the fire was out they went to bed and told the cook not to wake them up too early. When the cook rang the bell to get up it was still dark and they had to use lanterns to get to the cookhouse. It turned out it was 9:30 in the morning but the smoke was so thick it was as dark as night. Irene S. Reed High School News Summer Home Residents Enjoy New Science Program Planned For Next Year; Annual Board Of Control Picnic Is Today Next year a new science prog- ram for college-bound science stu- dents will be introduced. By 1966 it will be in full operation. The program will consist of biol- ogy in the freshmen year, chemis- try for sophomores and advanced chemistry and biology in the jan- mr year. A physics study will be offered to senior science stu- dents. William Rogers will teach two physical science courses, which will include chemistry, physics, geology and astronomy. One of the courses will have a non-math- ematical approach while the other will place more emphasis on math- ematics. TODAY the annual board of control picnic was held at Twin Harbors State Park. Members of the board of control are represen- tatives of various clubs and clas- ses. Attending the picnic were Ginna Correa. Learme Armstong, Joe Waters, Toby Villines, Lynne Stevens, Liz Somers, Chris Bun- nell, Brad Bartlett. Beta Carte, Elaine Zehe, Rene Fain, Gall Downing, Bill Smith, Jerry Parks, Sue Minigeshi, Kathy Youngland, Henrietta Warnes and Ross Robb. Beginning approximately a week after school is dismissed, students Who have failed regular courses, or have been weak in courses, will Carlson was born in Finland have an opportunity to make them July 2, 1881. He cazne to Shelton up in summer school. alone from Finland in 1899. Carlson held his first logging Classes will be held from 8 a.m. to 12 noon. Each class meets for job greasing skids that same year at Simpson's Camp No. 1. After about three years of logging he left for a few months. He re- turned to logging and logged for Simpson at different camps for several more years. During his logging career Carl- son did almost every type of job including skid greasing, bucking falling, and working rigging. He logged for both Bill and Joe Grisdale. In 1905, Carlson and a friend bought propert on Harstine Is- land. He moved to the island in 1907, and-logged his own land. Carlson retired from logging in 1915 and took up farming on his island place. He used to play the fiddle and enjoys fishing. Carlson married Annie Erick- son in 1906. They have seven chil- dren a few of whom still live nearby. They have eight grand- children and three great grand- children. Nice Weather Brings Activities To Lost Lake By Doris Hiekson LOST LAKE -- This beautiful weather has brought many people out to swm in Lost Lake. This plus the fact Forest Festival is near has kept the people of Lost Lake pretty busy. Saturday Ronnie Cochran went to Bremerton with the JunioT High Band. Mr. and Mrs. Ralf Killough of Dayton Community were the Sun- day dinner gaests of Mrs. Bula O'Brien. Don Saeger was accompanied to the Neby River on a fishing trip ]y Darrell Cochran, Jim Baf-iek- man and Gas Bye. Mr and Mrs. Bill Wivell are enjoying a 5-day trip to the other side of the mountains. was held with Mrs. Maybelle %Vii- son. president; Mrs. Virginia Wal- ]in. vice president, Mrs. Hattie Backlund, treasurer, Mrs. Vera Shortsleeves. secretary; Mrs. Anna Johnson, historian; Mrs. Merle Smith, chaplain; and Mrs. Jenny Huff. sgt. of arms. Mrs. Jenny Huff, Poppy chairman, announced that Poppies will be sold on :May 23 and 24. Corsages will replace the crosses again this year. The Auxiliary will participate in the Memorial Day services at the Shel- ton Cemetery, ONE LARGE, PAUL BUNYAN- SIZED HEW-PAVED PARKING LOT FOR: YOUR GONVENIENGE WHILE USING OUR MODERN LAUNDRY AND DRY GLEANING FAGlUTIES two hours and pc,fleet attendan,e is necessary since there are only 60 hours of instruction. If the demand is great enough, civics, U.S. history, world history, practical math and personal typ- : ::i::  ECON-O.WASH COIN OPERATED LAUNDRY & CLEANERS 134 No. First Ray and Lucille McBride, owners NEVER OUTDONE BY ANYONE IN PERSOHAL SERVICE OR SAVINGS To introduce our new PHH, CO-BENDIX Double-load washers, we offer one FREE WASH on presentation of coupon. All coupons expire May 31, 1963. : THIS COUPON WORTH ONE: : FREE WASH WED:, THURS. i ! & ] I. ONLY i 1 (Limit 1 to customer) ; | i • | mm mm u m lNwmmww ,! tw ww .: PAUL BUNYAN SPECIAL: ! i 50' i on regular $2.00 € : Load of Dry Cleaning. . (Limit 1 to customer) ing will be taught[. Additional courses will be offered if enough students wish to take them and if instructors can be found. The tuition will be $20 per course. The semors are now completing their last few days of high school as they eagerly await senior week which is June 3-7. Those seniors taking biology or world history will have to retur]] to school each day for those classes. Except for baccalaureate and graduation practices, most seniors will be free to enjoy swimming, water skiing and camping trips in the moun- tains. Seniors will take their se- mester tests a week earlier than the sophomores and juniors. MEMBERS OF the Latin Club have elected Molly Murdey to represent the club as Diana. god- dess of the moon and forest, in the Forest Festival parade. Diana will ride in a Roman chariot which will be pulled by Erie Nelson, Larry Rings, David Miltenberger and three other members of Latin ,Cl.Ub, .AH will be wearing togas. Bonnie Barnett was in charge of painting the chariot. The home economics classes have recently completed home pro- jects, which are now displayed in the show cases of the Angle build- ing. There is a wide variety of projects including mosaics by Paula Harmon, a medicine kit by Martha Hesser and a crocheted afghan by Fran Demmon. Jana Runnion recovered and refinished chairs. Eight hours was the mini- mum time requirement for the projects, but most of the girls spent more time than this. The home management classes are busy preparing weekly menus for a make-believe family. Lilliwaup Club Sets Card Party By Mrs. :Nell Vance LILLIWAUP Lilliwaup Com- munity club will hold its regular card par%y Friday evening May 24 pinochle will be played to start at 8 p.m. This will be the fourth party in a series of five, refresh- ments will be served and prizes gven. The committee for the evening will be Frances Moake and Stella Morken. The public is envited. MI’. AND MRS. Tom Hull and son Roger of Chewelah. spent the weekend with Mrs. Hall's father and his wife Mr. and Mrs. Jack Johnston. Mr. and Mrs. Bill McKasson and children Julia and Billy Jr. spent mothers Day' with Jean's mother and husband Mr. and Mrs. Tom Laycock of Purl Angeles. Wednesday even the Treasure chest was broken into and robbed and close to $400 was taken. Mr. and Mrs. Nell Vance motor- ed to Bremerton Thursday where they spent the day visiting their old friends and neighbors Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Howard and family. The Girl Scout troop 228 camp- ed out over night last Saturday at Beacon Point with their leaders Jean McKasson and Nancy Morris, Mrs. Bell Larson also camped with the group. THEY ALL ENJOYED a picnic dinner at 6 p.m. later in the even- ing they enjoyed a bonfire where they roasted marshmallows and wieners. The girl scouts entertained their leaders and Mrs. Larson with a group of Girl Scout songs late in the evening. They all returned to their homes late Sunday evening. MASON COUNTY'S DINERS GUIDE -- EAT OUT OFTEN -- MILLO'S DINER o. I-Iood Canal ne, ar Pollatch on Highway 101 BREAKFAST -- LUNCH -- DINNER Our Specialty • BROASTED CHICKEN (finger-licken' good) We feature SEAFOOD, too! Phone 877-9488 -- Take-Out.Orders! - _ _ _ - _ _ - DAIRY QUEEN  North 1st St. ]n Shelton Recognized as THE place for thick SHAKES and smooth SUNDAES, and NOW from DAIRY QUEEN'S kitchen HAMBURGERS and FRIES. Phone 426-8091 - _ _ - .... _ - THE OYSTER HOUSE . miles West or Bclrair on Hood Canal Sunny Weekend At Lake Nahwatzel LAKE NAHWATZEL -- Fish- ing in the lake continued to be good over the weekend. The fish- ermen were joined by the skiers and the swimmers as the beauti- ful warm weather brought crowds out for picnicing and fun in the sun. Enjoying the nice sunshine and their summer home were Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Ziegier and fam- ily, Shelton; Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Palmer and family, Seattle. Mr. and Mrs. Don McLennon. Seattle, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Settle. Hoquiam and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Jacobson.of Shelton. Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Hewson visi- ted for a few days in Yakima Val- ley and Granger. They visited their son. Sam Hewson and family and friends in that area. Thursday the Hewson's had bu- siness in Portland. Ore. and Satur- day in Tacoma. Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Lee Daw- son last Friday evening were Mr. and Mrs. John Woldahl of Fargo, N.D. WEEKEND GUEST of Eddie Dawson was Steve AnsLey, Shel- ton. Joining them for dinner Sa- turday night was Steve Crapo, EI- ma, Last Sunday the Dawsons visit- ed at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Wouters and family of Brady. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Ford had Sunday dinner guests Mr. and Mrs. Holman, Shelton. Mrs. Gertrude Scott. Shelton, and Mrs. Dale Tay- lor, Olympm. Mrs. Archie Kelley and daugh- ter, Betty, accompanied Mrs. Hank Chappell to Aberdeen to do some shopping last Saturday. Visiting the Kelleys last Satur- day afternoon were Walt Chappell, Mr. and Mrs. Hank Chappell, and Jim Blauvelt. Spending Sunday and'overnight as guest of Judy and Jackie Lan- dis of Matlock was Miss Betty Kelley. Mr. and Mrs. Allan Hickson and family enjoyed a "family picnic" in honor of Sfisan's fifth Birthday last Sunday. :Mr. and Mrs. Dick Tapper and daughter, Susan, returned last Sa- turday afternoon from their trip to California, where they visited with Mrs. Tupper's mother. Mrs. Mary I. Chrisman, at South San Gabriel. WEEKEND guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cooper were Eddie Holmes of McChord Field. and Gary Hunter of Payne Field. Mrs. Frank Cooper accompanied by Frank Cooper, Jr. drove to Spo- kane last Saturday evening to bring back Mr. Cooper. Jr.'s child- ren, Christie, Kelly, and Carey Cooper to spend a fe.w weeks va- cationing at the Cooper home here on the Lake. Sunday visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Diggie were. Mr. and Mrs. Gas Lagacy of Tac- oma. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Branson entertained Mr. an4 Mrs. Warren Erickson. Kent last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Hanson drove to Chehalis last Sunday to do some Agate digging. Weekend guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Hector Barbour was Mr. Barbour's daughter and fam- ily, Mr. and Mrs. Ernst Wilkowski, of Vashon Island. We Take Pride in Our HOMEBAKED BREAD and PASTRIES . Complete Variety of DINNERS • SEAFOODS - -_ - _ _ _- , GATEWAY CAFE  miles South OJ! Shelton on the Olympic Highway BREAKFAST- LUNCH -- DINNER . Prime Rib and Steak • Seafood • Homemade PJes Dinner Parties Invited Open daily 6 a.m. to 10 p.m. _ _ _ _- - _ - 1934 Old'topic Highway North MAMIE'S GRILL oa Iountain View BREAKFAST- LUNCH  DINNER Special Dinners Daily  Fried Clams  Oysters • Buckwheat Hotcakes Anytime • WE MAKE OUR OWN PIES! _ - _ - -_ _ _ - ' East f Union RAU S CHICKEN DINNER INN . _ o, oa IlC uam,, our specialty • BUTTER FRIED CHICKEN • SEAFOODS • CHOICE STEAKS Phone Un We Specialize in Banquets ion 898-2322 MINOR'S A & W DRIVE-IN oa- .... *way . - aVJ.L, VIOW "COME AS YOU ARE, WE SERVE IN YOUR CAR" • FOOD and DRINK ORDERS TO GO HAMBURGERS & FRIES FOOT-LONG HOT DOGS LAKE ' r ,,,o, CUSIIMAN RESORT o,, aal, o Ca,].,,. 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