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PAGE 14 Portland Boating Group Visits Qrapeview On Trip Over Weekend GRAPEVIEW -- The "Trailer Sailors" picked a perfect weekend to cruise from Olympia t.o Grape- view a.fter trailering their boats from Portland, Ore.. last Satur- day mornmg. More than 50 boats- men (and women} were welcomed at the St. Charles Winery which they toured before departing 1o Gerald's Cove where they camped overnight. Before leaving for home several of the sailors paid a visit to the Rulon Millers at their sum- mer home here. The Millers are also members of this fun-loving club. Other visitors to the winery last week, also of the "salty" variety were Lt Cmdr. Joe Guthrie of Se- attle and Art Pederson of Bremer- ton, The two naval reservists are on training duty for two weeks at the Naval Ammunition Depot at Bangor along with Howard So- mers who was their host for the trip to our fir community last Thursday. With June almost upon us, wed- ding bells are already sounding. These joyful tidings, rung Fri- day, May 17 bespoke of the mar- riage of Mrs. Hall Shepard's neph- ew, Floyd Snoozy at Fort Lawton. Dixie was able to fully enoy the lovely ceremony since the hospital- itY of Mrs. Ralph Smith of Ed- monds made it nnneeessary for her to rush home that evening. Keeping the scent of orange blossoms in the air, DLxie and HalI made preparations for welcoming Hall's niece Judy and her new husband Russell Crosby, who were wed Saturday at Edmonton Alber- ta. and expect to be here with the Shepards Tuesday after a brief sojourn in Seattle. The newlyweds expect to depart Friday for Vic, toria, B.C. in the last part of their 10-day honeymoon. SATURDAY NIGItT, the Moose Lodge in Shelton was the scene of the Thursday night bowlers banquet. Attending from Grape- view were Bill and Judy Staudt and Bill's team, of Kimbel Mot- ors vintage, presented Judy with a huge box of candy in apprec- iation for her "special service" rendered through-out the season; namely, scorekeeping for the team. Special touch adding to the wives' pleasure Saturday evening was the presentation of a choice of pink or white begonia plants. What a lovely thought! Sunday, the Wingard's Sport Shop Team, comprised of Bill Staudt, Don Pogreba. Joe Engen, Roy Petty and Eldon Todd. attend- ed the B.P.A.A. Tournament in Chehalis. Don and his two guests, son Don and friend Leslie Okon- ek. departed for home immediate- ly after the tommament while the others retired to Chehalis' love- ly .Dark where., they happily, gorged on a dehemus picnic lunch. Taking advantage of Friday's glorious weather, Arthur Zehe took the students from grades four to seven on a local but none-the- less worthwhile and educational field trip, thus helping them to more fully appreciate their science studies. The sunshine, fresh air and deviation from routine doubtlessly increased their ability to apprec- iate the academic subject as no book could possibly have done!! Last Thursday was a pleasant day for Doris Stock when she greeted her good friend Neff Mc- Girk who drove out from Tacoma to spend the day, LIZ SOMERS was installed as Worthy Advisor, Shelton Assem- bly No. 19, Order of Rainbow for Girls. in an impressive ceremony last Sunday afternoon at the Ma- sonic Temple. Those attending from. Grapeview besides her par- ents and brother Don and sister Kristi, were her uncle and aunt, Ailyn Birthday Club Fetes Two At Meeting At Bald Point Home By Judy Von Oaten ALLYN ..... Birthday Club this month was held at tte home of 1YErs. Ethel Rotheline's of Bald Point. Birthdays celebrated tills mopLh were those of Norms Aus- Tin and Sally Piland. About 18 lembers were present and guest Mrs. Nine Dishon and son ivan. Everyone brought a potlucl dish nd a lovely pothtck hmcheon was served. Mrs. Rotheline's mother- hi-law was also a guest and she contributed some lovely cinnamon rolls and pull-apart bread. Of course, lovely weather made the day even nicer as we ate outside and had a lovely view of not only the water but the mountains, too. Everyone enjoyed their day so much. Our next hostess will be" ][rs. Helen Boyce. A ]FEW members of Beachcom- bers Garden Club under the direc- tion of Mrs. Clay Jones, chairman, spent a few hoots May 15 at the Allyn House planting flower box- es and hanging baskets for the enjoyment of the elderly people who are residents there. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Clements spent last We(]nesday in Puyallup. Their mission was attendants at the hmml of e dear friend. Deep- cat sympathies extended. First Aid classes met last Tues- day at A|lyn fire hall and if more interest and response isn't Shown, classes will be discontinued indef- molly. If you are interested please attend Tuesday evening fronk. 7 1.o 10 p.m. If you wish more m- f01lation call Howard Wynn at ' CR 5-2428. Donations this week for First Aid Car was sent in by Pauline Jackson. NOITI( MASON Jr.-Sr. High PTA held its regalar meeting on Thursday, /May 16. There was a mOVie shown on the subject of "drop-outs" titled "When i'm Old tn0ugh, Goodhy!" Floyd Robbins, principal, talked after the film on the same subject and how it affects North Mason. Instllation of officers for the coming year was held. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Becson re- ceived word that their oldest gran- ddaughter, Kathleen Beeson was married to Alton Ashury Jr. of Fresno, Calif. The young bride xll graduate this year, they are hav- ing a five room house built on Vanness Ave., in Fresno. Congrat- ulations and best wishes to the new bride and groom Mr, and Mrs. Paul Kelly form- erly of Lake Bay have purchased the old Dave estate and are now starting to move in. EUGENE LOCKWOOD and his family of Des Moines spent Mo- tiler's Day with hi parents, Mr. and Mts. Fred Lockwood of A1- lyn. The highlight of the day was a "family" baseball game which was enjoyed by all. Fred said it v.s worth all the effects he suf- feted for several days recuperat- ing from the ordeal. Mr, and Mrs. Walter Baker, for- merly of California recently pu}- chased the old Smith homestead and have done an extensive re- modeling job: They plan to paint the house this week sod the re- modeling job has certainly made an improvement in the looks in the neigbborhood. Mr. and Mrs. Jmnes Von Os- ten, Mr. and :Mrs. Nollan Bock- elie and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Saunders were all guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Congdon at the spring formal aL Olympic College Saturday, May 18. The theme was "Red Velvet Swing" and the dance was wonderful. After dancing they all adjourned to have Chinese food. Mr. and MI. ;Bill Wang of Bre- mcrton were dinner guests Satur- day evening of the Jewel Von Os- tens. Also attending were Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hirsch and Mr. and lrs. Jim Von Osten and family. We are sorry to report Mrs. Jac- kie Engman was in tlle hospital this past week for surgery. She is now home and we hope she is soon feeling better. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Clements had all the Von Ostens and the Hirsehs in for dinner last Monday eve- ning. Paul Bmwan Days Sweat Shirts crew neck - zipper C=trdigans, also short sleeve zipper styles Reg. $2.50 - 3.95 Special. $17 9 one group SPORT SHIRTS Short Sleeves sizesS- M - L- XL reg, $5.00 Special Thursday & $299 Friday Only. b Miller, Owner I Men's Shop Phone 426-6432 Gene Hanson, Manager i SHELTON--MASON COUNTY JOURNAL- Published in "Christmastown, U.S.A." Shelton, Washington .ACr. and Mrs. C. W. Somers, Pam Clyton, who was installed as Fidelity, h'. and Mrs. Walt Clay- t, on with Chief nd Georgia, Mrs. Burr Benson anCt 3onnie, Mrs. O1,ille Kaker. Mrs. Don Pogreba with Susan and Janie. Mrs. Ann \\;Vestberg with Marcella, Mrs. Ed Okonek and Mrs. Art Nieklaus. Mrs. Nieklaus. a former lVorLhy Advisor. assisted in the ceremony as one of Liz's installing officers. and Mrs. Clayton helped at the reception which followed, by serv- ing coffee. Mrs. Juanita Potter served tea,, Out-of-twn guests included grandmother. Mrs. Clara Somers and cousin, Mrs. Gordon Riehards who drove out from Seattle. Grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Ivar B. Opdal came from their home at Lake Lucerne and surprised daughter Murial, by bringing along a friend and former Seattle neigh- bor Mrs. Bert-no Bede, whom she had not seen for more than 25 years. A very plea:sent addition to a lovely day for the Somers fam- ily. A DELIGHTFUL presentation of ballet and tap dancing took a portion of several Grapeview fam- ilies Lo the South Kitsap Gymnas- ium last Saturday evening to the Jean Romig Dance Recital. At- tending the affair hi which Geor- gia Clayton danced, were Mrs. hurl Benson and daughter Bonnie, Mrs. Clarence Peters, and the Wal- ter Clayton families, Sr. and Jr. Weekend Grapeviewites from Tacoma, Mr. and Mrs. Gunner Aro and daughter Candy, came out for the weekend, trailering a beauti- ful new yellow and white conver- tible runabout which they gave a good christening on our spark- ling waters. The Aros' summer cottage is located on Treasure Island's north shore AIo enjoying their Treasure Is- land summer place for a few days last week were Ken and Tins Skags of Bremerton, This was their first visit of the season. The beautiful weather hn'ed Mrs. Howard Padden, with son Bob and family, out from Seattle for a weekend at Mrs. Padden's love- ly home on Treasure Island. A belated happy birthday is ex- tended to Grandpa Gottleib Stock who celebrated his 88th last Sun- day, Mr, Stock is the father of our favorite grocer. Julie Stock and summer resident Russ Stock. and lives in Allyn. Many happy re- turns to this lively gentleman! Summer residents of Grapeview for many years. Cam and Joan Minor with children, spent the weekend here from their Seattle home. Our 4-H Bmacles members gathered for a General Meeting Monday after school at the home of Leader Mrs. Jubie Hicks. Construction of our Forest Float entry goes on and, if all proceeds according to schedule, you will be able to wave a greeting to our Princess Susan Hill as she rides by the reviewing stand Saturday morning. Let's all go to the parade this year- A man who has learned not to feel fear will find the fatigue of daily life enormously diminished. --Bertrand Russell. PAUL BUNYAfl DAYS USED APPL SALE COME SEE Taylor lhdio & 4th & COTA I00EEDHAM'S PAUL BUNYAN The staff al NEEDHAM'S invites you to have fun at the 1963 Forest Festival. Our Paul Bunyan Days grocery prices specials begin Wednesday and continue through Saturday. We will close for tee Parade then re-open until 8 p.m. Saturday. HEINZ -- THE "ARISTOCI{AT" OF KETCHUPS 14 oz. BOTTLES $ TOMATO JUIQE ,,BB,, 5 4ooz 1 ................................ TINS ZEEflAPKINS WH,TE  ASSORT ................... ........................ ,30 CT. 10 AA LARGE EGGS .................................... oz. 83 FRUIT DRINK M,NUTE MA,O 0oz Sl Orange Banana ............ 4 tins FRUIT GOOKTAIL DE- MONTE 5 o3 Sl .................... TINS PORK & BEANS VAN GAMP ....................... 4 2'TINS Sl SNOWDRIFT SHORTEN,N ........................................  B T,N 59 FRANCO SPAGHETTIAMER,CAN ................ 8 T,NsTAL $1 CHUNK TUNA TOMATO. SOUP SNOW MIST CAMPBELL'S I0 NO. i TIN PORK CHOPS PORK ROAST LUNCH MEAT HY-GRADE 3 UNIT PACK 49 ` Bologna, Liver Sausage & Lb. Cooked Salami FRANKS LARGE, PLUMP 39 FASHIONED ...................... LB. Lean Center 59{ Rib Chops LB. FreshLin 39{ or Rib End ]LB. SPARERIBS COUNTRY STYLE XTR 4:] MEATY I .................... LB GROUND BEEr Pure. -- BANANAS m   ! GOLDEN RIPE .................................... + LE ' CRISP SOLID ItED,, COB RS + i:01111 3++ or Special TML Tiu l CORN MARGARINE ,=t?  .......................... po." BEEF CRANBERRY SAUCE 0dee. Spra :3 +$; GIANT TIDE 1)e,erge]|, 69' 49, ................ mNT BOX L,BBY ZEE TISSUE WH,TE  .0 12 OZ. ASSORT ......................... WH TE, PINK, YELLOVV-Sb T,N ZEE TOWELS ........................ 225 FT.. "" CORN FLAKES ELLOOGS ................................ +.o. 25  CRACKERS SUNS,,NE + KRISPY .................................. QUAKER OATS ................................ 42 oz 39  NESGAFE ........................ ,0 OZ. JAR 99* DRINK TANG BREAKFAST .................................................... 14.0Z. IVORY PER+ONAL s,+E 79+, ........................................ 12 BAR SALVO TABLETS ............................ GIANT SIZE 69 GOMET +LEANSE. 2 +,+s 33 ++ MR, .GLEAN ++ oz. ......................... +OTTL+ 69 + BUTTER ARD ............................................ LB. 67 .ow PRICES EFFECTIVE MAY 23-24-25. LIMIT RIGHTS RESERVED.