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Dayton Traveling Pinochle Club Has Last Meeting Until Next Fall Ry Mabel Kidd and Steve attended the Golden DAYTON -- Gardening on these Wedding Anniversary open house beautiful sunny days is the occu- of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Stuck at the pation of most of our community Colonial House. members. Weeds do have a way of Saturday overnight guests of getting the upper hand dm&apos;ing'rai- Mr. and Mrs. Scab Combs were ny weather. Mr, and Mrs. Charles Edwards, The Traveling Pinochle Club met Larry and Leslie Pearson of Se- Saturday evening in the home of attic4 Mr. and lvIrs. Jim Booth. High Sanday callers in the home of prizes went to Tavia Killough, Ar- chic Lemke. Low; Marguerite Lem- ke. Jim Booth tr:aveling pinochle, Belle Dunoyic, ArchieLemke. This will be the last meeting until fall. Mr. and Mrs. Darl Goldy were happy to have with them on Sat- re'day and Sunday his nephew and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Darl Uerling and family of Yakinm. Mr. and Mrs. Tom F, aze nnd children spent Mqther's Day in Quilcene at the home of her par- ents. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Ban- croft The second birthday of lit- tle Marty Baze was celebrated. His special cake was a rocking horse cake which would naturally delight a two year old. Thursday, Mrs. Clyde Barton of Tacoma came over and picked up her mother. Mr's. J. W. Rayson and they then motored to Central- ia and visited with Mrs. Mary Du- kette, a sister of Mrs. Rayson. MR. AND MRS. Robert Leman i Mr. and Mrs. Scab Combs were Mr. and Mrs. Gale Johnson and Mrs. Alta Lamb. Shelton. Mr. and M:rs. A1 Zahn. Olympia, were Sunday visitms of Mr. and Mrs. A, O. Schuffenhauer. The two couples visited the Lee Sehuf- fenhauers and helped Jack observe his 15th birthday and enjoyed ]cc cream and cake. Rickey and Terry Wickhorst Stayed t'riday and Saturday nights u ith- their gi,andparents, Mr. and Mrs. IV. A. IAembaek. Hoods- port. while Cindy stayed with the Hickson girls. Mrs. Ruby Hitchings was Tues- day evening dinner guest of her son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Mer- lin Riekards. Mrs. Lea Bishop, Kamilche. was honor guest at a birthday dinner Thursday evening in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Pete Bloomfield. Drop-in callers later were Martin Brownfield, Gary and Mike and OUR NEW TRUGK REGAPPER Which will handle most popular size Truck Tires AND, OF OOURSE, We Still Recap All Passenger Tires WE OFFER 12 ,'ll"l.rt I Blli IB And Up To 25% iqt Vii Off On All New Tires. MEilV'S TIRECAP T ---K K     - 1st & Kneeland Shelton, Wn. TIDES OF THE ..... WEEK I Computed for Hood Canal Oakland Bay tides are 1 hr. and 50 rain. later and plus 3.0 ft. Frida,y, May 24 Low .............. 0:16 a.m. 6.1 ft, High ............. 5:28 a.m. 11.9 ft. Low .............. 12:37 p,m. -3.7 ft. High .............. 7:50 p.m. 12.6 ft Sat, r(lay, May 25 Low ............ 1:10 a.m. 6.6ft High ............. 6:08 a.m. 11.4 ft. Low ............. 1:23 p:.m. -3.5 ft. High .............. 8:44 p.m. 12.6 ft. Sanday, May 26 Low .............. 2:08 a.m. 6.9ft High .............. 6:52 a.m. 10.8 ft Low f .............. 2:10 p.m -2.9 ft. High ............. 9:39 p.m. 12.5 ft. Monday, May 27 Low .............. 3:11 a.m. 7.0 ft High .............. 7:41 a.m. 9.9 ft Low .............. 3:01 p.m. -2.0 ft. High .............. 10:35 p.m. 12.3 ft. Tuesday, May 28 Low . ............. 4:24 aim. 6.9 ft. High .............. 8:39 a.m. 9.0 ft. Low .............. 3:54 p.m. -0.9 ft. High .............. 11:31 p.m. 12.1 ft. Vednesday, May 29 Low .............. 5:41 a.m. 6.3 ft. High .............. 9:56 a:m. 8.0 ft. Low . ............. 4:52 p.m. 1.3 ft. Thursday, May 30 High .............. 0:24 a.m. 11.9 ft Low .............. 6:54 a.m. 5.5 ft. High .............. 11:36 a.m. 7.5 ft. Low .............. 5:53 p.nl. 2.5 fL Eva Getty. Gary is home from the Coast Omrd Station at Alameda, Calif., on a 20-day leave. Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Pharris spent Sunday in the Island Lake home of their children, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. Hans Lund and Darlene enjoyed fishing on Sun- day at Staircase and Hank's Lake. Saturday evening dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Hulbert were Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ferris and Mrs, Sarah Lozier of Olympm. MR. AND MRS. JERRY Bloom- field and Stephanie and Peggy and gusan Bloomfield, Mr. and Mrs. Claude Mch'vin and Mrs. Ruth Critehfield spent a fun-filled Sun- day at Lake Cushman fishing and picnicking. Sunday callers in the Alvin Hul- bert hon{e were Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Wilkinson, Shelton. Rosalie Rickards and Sheryl Byrd attended the Pathfinder Fair held on Sunday at Enumclaw. Mrs. Les Bishop and Mrs. Pete Bloomfield called on Mrs. Floyd Watters Friday. The Bemmrd Rishel family spent Sunday fishing and piknicking at Staircase. Recent dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Merlin Rickards were Mr. and Mrs. Glen Rickards and family of 'Chehalis. Mr', and Mrs, Wes Sloan, Shelton, were Saturday afternoon visitors in the A1via Chapman home. Use aourna[wani Ads Completely safe & shock proof ballery operaied, wilh 4 brushes Automatic Tooth Brush Only $5 95 i McConkey Drug Center Evergreen Square 426-3456 HOOD CANAL, And Sons; LET'I' EI[M AN':-; BANQU 1Tr The Lettcrmen held their annual father and srm banquet Tuesday night, May 21. at tl*e Hood Canal Junior High. About 60 boys and lheir fathers attended. Ham and baked potatoes were the lnaill items on the ITlOlnl. Bill Goodpaster was the guest speaker. A warm-up jacket was presented to Ihl(ly Schwab. The t).gs also honored Mr. ,lacl(son and Mr. B:yant l'or their helpful coa- ching and time spent after school with I hem. TICACIIEII LEAVING "We are very sorry to anllotlnce that Dick Endicott will he leav- ing us at the end of the school term His new job will be as Dist- rict manager for World Encyclo- pedias. We t-rove enjoyed having Endicott as music teacher of our school syslem for lhe past several yea vs. GARDEN CI,UB Last week Mrs. Lois Pierce. Mrs. M:attie Backhmd, Mrs. Maire Tur- ner. Mrs. Bernice Liemback and Mls. Katherine McIntyre of the Hood Canal Garden Club planted more flowers at our Jmfior High School. The ladies planted petun- ias and marigolds. They also plant- ed d&hlias and azalea that were donated to the school by Mrs. ,Joe Leonard and Mr. Whitney. Lettermen Banquet Attended By 60 Fathers Lantz Warrick. Shelton. export Garden Club Plants Flowers high jump Jody Campbell took first with a 4'10" jmlp, In the Class C 5O yard dash Dave Wil- liams tool< second. In the class C broad jump Jody Camphell took first and Don Bearden look fifth. In the boys 200 yard dash we took first by a 10 yard lead. In the 400 yard relay we took first by a. 20 yard lead; In the shot-put Wilson Johns look first place. He put the shot 37 ft. In the girls class B 50 yard dasll Darleen Gray received a first place In the girls class 75 yard dash Linda Jarvis received a first. n the 200 yard relay we received a first p'.nce and in the class C base- ball throw Mary Avey received a third and Charleen Johns receiv- ed a fom'lh. In the class A, base- ball throw Patty Bourgault receiv- ed a first place. Even though we got all the good plaeings we still came in second to North Mason. The score was H. C. 102 and N.M 109, The Hood Canal 7ih and 8th boys had a 1)asehall game May 17 with Kamilche the score was 7-5 in our favor. SCHOOL HEWS I LumberTradeGroup Pioneer School Agate Visits Vice President Forest Festival Floats In manager for Simpson Timber Com- pany, along with other members of a lumher trade mission going to Europe to study ways of in- creasing lumber exports to that area met with Vice President Lyn- don Johnson in Washington D. C. before starting their trip. The meeting was arranged hy Rep. Julia Bailer Hansen and Sen. Warren Magnuson. Other members of the trade mission are William Schlaueh. ma- nager of Ihe export division of Georgia - Pacific Corp. Portland: Faval Fovel Long Bell Division. International Paper Co.. Longwmw; Strayer Plttman, sales manager, Bohemia Lumber Co.. Oregon, and Cleveland Edgett, West Coast Lmnbermen's Association, Port- land TO GIIAIIUATE Richard F. Lord. son of Mr, and Mrs. Gibson Lord. Shelton. will graduate from Willamette Univer- sity, Salem. Ore. in June and will be commissioned a Second Lieute- nant in the Air Folco. He recent- ly completed a flying program and got his private pilot's license. Southside PTO Elects Officers For The Coming School Year 4-H camp. SOUTHSIDE. Southsides cussed a theme for LIBRARY NOTICES The Regional Bookmobile infor- med us that they will be at our Schools Wednesday the 29th They will only be checking in books. The Junior High library will not check out any more books for the rest of the school year. Mr. Bry- ant urges everyone that has a book out to return it as soon as possible and if you have a book fine to pav it so your grade will not be heT tip. SPORTS Hood Canal School District par- ticipated in the county track meet held in Shelton May 14. The boys that participated from our school all received good placings. In the class A boys baseball throw Mike Williams received a fourth place. In the class B 50 yd. dash Mike P.T.O. met last Monday evening. Rev. Isabell gave the invocation and the president of the P.T.O. led the flag salute. The new libr- ary furniture was on display at the meeting. Mr. Crump's room won the room count. Results of elec- tion of officers last Monday eve- ning were president, Don and Lynn Wilson; vice president, Marie Meal; treasurer Gall Hurst and secretary Betty Johnson. A door prize was offered and Mrs. Roy Standley won the prize. Mrs. Eve- lyn Sterling gave an interesting talk on her travels to New Zealand and Australia Sherilyn Byrd Guild members met at thhe home of Marie Meal last Tuesday for the last meeting of this spring. Election of officers was held and those elected were president. Mrs. Toni Matson and McDowell took first. In the class secretary-treasurer Marie Neal. B baseball throw Gene Avey took Guild members are planning their first. In the class B 75 yard dash Mike Christmas project. The next meet- ing of the Guild will be held in McDowell took first. In the class September, B boys chinning" Mike Bourgault THUNDERBIRDS 4-H CLUB took second with 18 chins. In the members met at Tom Trotzer's class C boys chinning Wilson Wednesday evening with the Johns took first with 26 chins and meeting called to order by Tom Perry Hovey look fourth with 14 Trotaer. 4-H members discussed chins. In the class P, broad jump record books and demonstrations David Sage tool< first with a jump and talked about 4-H members of 14'2" ant? Gene Avey took see- ()rid wilh a 13'11" jump. In the going to Puyallup to give demon- strations. Club members picked (:lass C 100 yard dash Dave ,Vil- Tom Trotzer. Leslie Snyder and liams tool 5 first. In the Class C Chuck Sheppard for a committee to get a skit ready for 4-H Camp. 4-H NEWS "Anything Call Happen" is the theme for 4-H camp this year. The next meeting of the Thunder- birds will be June 1 reported Chuck. Silver Stm" Riding Chtb prac- ticed Sunday for the parade at lhe Forest Festival. Members of the club are white-washing the fence at the posse grounds. Sil- ver Star members purchased small silver stars for their shoulders of their shirts for an emblem, and also purchased new turquoise cov- er blankets for under their sad- dles. Silver Star welcomes Peggy Morken as a new member of the club. Mr. and Mrs. Verne Schuffen- hauer and family, Effie Brown- field. Eva Getty and Martin Brownfield, all enjoyed a picnic Cindy Hovind gave a demonstra- tion o nblanket stitching and Lin- da Bevis gave a demonstration on how to use a thimble. The next meeting will be May 22 at Navia Hovinds and 4-H members will finish their pot holders, reported Cindy Hovind. Guest of Mr. and Mrs. Verne Schuffenhauer and family Friday evening was Mrs. Schuffenhauer's brother Gary Brownfield, who is with the Coast Guard at Oakland, Calif. Visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Kratcha and Janice Wednesday evening were Art Nictdaus and son Chris of Grapeview and Don Cormier. Thunderbird 4-H boys, Tom Trotzer, Terry Hartwell, Roy Bai- ley, Kevin "Wetter and 'Leslie Snyder along with Mrs. Snyder and Wetter tore down an old building at the air.poi't Sunday. The group all enjoyed a picnic at Mrs. Snyder's before going to the air port. P---oc---XA WHEREAS: The sale of Poppies by the Veterans of Foreign Wars and the American Legion is atttho- rized by an act of Congress and endorsel by the President: and "WHERESkS: The major portion of the funds so raised x,ill be used in the local cornnnmity, the re- mainder being ntilized to heln to maintain the national hospitals and homes operated by these fine organizations: and WHEREAS: Bringing aid to those who have suffered from war that this nation might live is a most fitting tribute to those who died for us: now. therefore I, Frank Traws Jr., Mayor of the City of Shelton, do hereby authorize and recognize this noble cause as one most worthy of the support of all our citizens, and do here and now proclaim May 23rd and 2lth as BUDDY POPPY and AMERICAN LEGION POPPY DAYS in this city, and I call upon all to wear a Poppy as evidence of our gratitude to the men of this nation who helped America when her need was greatest. Done at City Hall of Shelton this 17th Day of May, A, D,, 1963. Sunday at Schafer State Park, Attest: ALMA K. CATTO BUTTONS AND BOWS 4-1t City Clerk Club met on May 15 at their lead- Signed FRANK TRAVIS JR. er's. Nadia Hovind. Members dis- :Mayor LITTLE EGYPT WRANGI, EI{S The Little Egypt Wranglers 4-H Club met May 7 at the Dayton hall. The meeting was called to order by the president. Marty Mc- Calhnn The flag salutes wez'e led by Donald Evans. Forest Festival buttons will be sold by the members of the club in order to put a little money in the club treasury. What to do for community pro- jeet was discussed. Three leaders and 11 members were present. Ce- dar boughs will be cut for tile 4-H float. Demonstration will be given at the next meeting by Donald Evans, Tom Leonard and Jack Rumpff. The meeting will be held June 18 at Panhandle Lake after a small work detail has finished its rounds. Ron Riekards. reporter PIONEER. -- What beautiful weather. Let's hope it continues for our Forest Festival festivities. The Pioneer School float is coming right along and the Agate Grange is busy workin on their contribu- tion to the parade. The local chil- dren are already wondering where they are goin to stand or sit for lhe big parade. The Pioneer Fire Protection As- social.ion had a turn out of 30 people to their pothmk dinner and business meeting last Friday eve- ning. They voted to start a peti- tion circulating throughout the Pioneer area for signatures to en- able them to put the Fire Dis- triet vote on the November bal- lot. A reeeplion for Mr. and Mrs. A1 Batchelor, the former Carol Rogers. was held in the home of her mint. lhe Pete L. Vander Wal's of Agate, Friday evening. Many friends and relatives at- tended the affair. Mrs. Andy Vender 'Val made and decorated the beautiful cake which was the centerpiece for the serving tahle. The youn couple is making their home in Tacoma where the groom is stationed with the Air Force. THE JOE GOODRO'S are busy preparing their fishing" boat. the Fern, for theih' mmnal trip to the Far North to Tish Alaskan waters. Every year the Goodro's. which include Joe. Fm-n and five-year-old Vicki, plus one crewman head out of Hammersly Inlet for the Big Waters and retm'n sometime in the late sumnter. The Pioneer SChool Board held their nmnthly meeting May 14 and as previously reported accepted the resignations of four of the five teachers. The board reported that inte'rviews are already being held to fill the vacancies. The proposed biadget for the coming school year was also read. Mrs. John Vander ,Val and Mrs. Cliff Vander Wal and Kelly are going to Seattle Thursday to help Elsie's nlother celebrate her 86h birthday. ItAVING LUNCH with Mrs. Nadia Hovind of Arcadia Road last Thursday were Virginia Dickinson, Andy Vander Wal, and Doris Auseth. The Agate meeting Friday postponed due t( activities. The be Jme 14. Mrs. Sally tended the State meeling Saturday coma. 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