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1963 SHELTON MASON COUNTY JOURNAL--Published in "Christmastown, U.S.A.", ShelLon, Washington PAGE 17 Skokomish Church Women's Group Phns Tea For I p.m, Tuesday By Mary-Valley where they picked up their car SKOKOMISH -- Tuesday after- noon aL 1 p.m.. the Women's Stew- ardship of the Skokomish Com- munity Church will have a tea. There will be special music and Mrs. Bob Dunn of Seattle will be guest speaker. All ladies of the community are extended a cordial invitation. Mr. and Mrs. Eric Sjoholm spent the weekend in Seattle where they visited his aunt. who celebrated her 80tb birthday. Later the Sip- holms drove to Everett where they visited Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sjoholm and family. Mr. and Mrs. Orville Stanley and son Randy, Shelton, were Sun- day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Don Doak. Other callers at the Doak home during- the afternoon were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Minor. Mr. and Mrs. Les Rodgers and baby, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Smith and Mrs. Alice Crossan. MR. AND MRS. Arthur Johnson enjoyed a picnic at Point Defiance Sunday with Mr. and :Mrs. Run Johnson and family, and Mr. and Mrs. Arlan Johnson and daughter, in honor of Mrs. Arthur Johnson's birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Bert DeyetLe were pleasantly surprised last Friday evening, when their son Gary and his wife and baby arrived from Germany, where he has been sta- tioned with the armed forces. They flew from Germany to New York, ' for the drive home. Gary will have two weeks furlough, then will be stationed at Fort Knox. Ky. We Lake this opportunity to welcome them back to the Valley. Bert and Geneva fill have to learn rman to be able to talk to their little grandson, David. /VYr. and Mrs. Eric Sjoholm en- tertained with a dinner Monday evening in honor of Mr. Sjoholm's sisters, Mrs. Oscar Johnson and husband of North Surrey, B.C., and Mrs. Frank Ericson and bus- ]Sand of Alder Grove. B.C., and Mr. and Mrs. Gunnar Sjoholm of Shelton. REV. WALLACE BELL return- ed home after a very succes- ful week's meetings at Willow Creek. Calif., and reported a good attendance each night. This Fri- day evening Rev. Mr. Bell will be the guest speaker for a father and son banquet in Puyallup, and next week will be holding a week of special meetings at Ollala. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Valley drove to Hoodsport Sunday where they visited with Mr. and Mrs. John Laramie and family. There will be a meeting of all Daily Vacation Bible School tea- chers and helpers Thursday eve- ning at 7:45 p.m. at the church. ]V[r. and Mrs. Stan Lyman. Mr. and Mrs. Rodger Williams and Mr. and Mrs. Art Nicklaus spent Sun- day a Spencer Lake and enjoyed Local Incom Tax Bill s3'/00 illion NEVV YORK (Special) .... How nmch will Mason County residents be turning over Lo Uncle Sam on or before April 15th. in income taxes ? Unless the old gentlemen has gone awry with his revenue pre- dictions, the local returns should lected in the state. This year. the Federal budget is primed for personal income tax payments of $45 billion, in view of the rise in earnings (luring' 1962. That would be about $3 billion more than was received last year. Mason County's contribution to- be hefty, ward this goal. on the strength of On the basis of overall income preliminary figures showing in- come totals for the past year, will in the county during the past year, payments should be ahnost as large as they were last April. when they amounted to approx- imately $3,805,000. That is the esUm]azed total paid on the previous year's earnings. It includes taxes collected through the withholding process and direct payments made on other income. THE AMOUNT is based on an unofficial breakdown of collections in the State of Washington, listed at $718,000,000 by the Internal Re- venue Service, and on local in- comes. The figures show that residents of Mason County contributed 0.53 percent of the entire amount col- a day of water skiing and swim- ruing. Mr. and Mrs. SLan Lyman atten- ded the bowling banquet at the Moose Hall Saturday evening. be nearly $3.664.000. As for the business picture a- head, the President and his advi- sers see 1963 as a year of "con- tinued moderate expansion." They expect the gross national product Lo reach $578 billion which would be $28 billion more than lasL year. Incomes in l7ason County will have to ri.e by mor than 9 per- are to continue meeting their pres- ent quota. NO MOE \\;=-- , ANO EP..Y ay i FOLZ T _4 k-wA--./7/[, uru00ra_0000 .:ovm PAUL BUNYAN DAYS SPEOr|AL 50 OFF AN ALL TV & RADIO TUBES Taylor Radio & Electric 4th & COTA 0RED--Mrs. Don Henry of Hoods- in the recent award ceremony Hospital in Tacoma. s president of the Olympia area aroma Qrthopedic Association, Program in which Mary Bridge .ring "the most original and patient relations program throughout the United States. Shown above are Frank A. Sandell, Los Angeles; Miss Lillian M, McDonald, administrator of th children's hospital, and Mrs. Henry, with two young patients, Johnny Serth and little Katie Hutson. Orthopedic guilds in Shelton and Hoods- port are among more than 130 units which help support the non-profit children's hospital in Taco- ma. MASON SCHOOL NEWS Officers For Coming Year ; Dennis Shelly Is President for the seniors of North Mason have Mason. Dennis Shelly; Wing; secre- treasurer, President comes class, Wing will a sophomore, a freshman. sident and the leadership SUmmer one at .North Bend. and out of Bre- has already, confe'rence. The year has also Girls' Athletic ave their annual tea It Will be the graduating Others of all so- attend. The all the work for the ev- Week. the [r letter awards in baseball, 1 be presented ial athletic NM Hun- of the pen set on it. and e Placed on a Will be kepL in Week of school and they are very busy taking all their final exams. After this week they will be practicing for their graduation ceremonies, next Wed- nesday night. Commencement be- gins at 8 p.m. in the high school gym. NEXT TUESDAY the Honor So- ciety will hold its first induction ceremonies. The group first for- reed in spring, 1962, and have de- cided to hold a formal induction of all new members. The event wiU take place Tuesday, 8 p.m. in the school library. Refreshments will be served af- terwards. Anyone may come. Student Council has decided to help :Miss Sallie Travis on her two-month trip to Mexico this summer. Sallie is a junior at NM aad was picked by the adminis- tration to mke this trip as a pre- ltide to a full exchange program with Mexico in the future. Stud- ent Council will hold a bake sale, June 1, in the Belfair area. AT LAST WEEKEND'S Spring Concert, director Doug Corliss re- ceived a special gift from the mu- sicians and a round of applause for his efforts over the past year. He will be taking a one-year leave of absence from the North Mason School District to further his mus- ical education and receive a high- er "degree". He has done an am- azing job with the music depart- meat and will sorely be missed next year. DIRECTORY TV SERVICE Ph. 426-3172 Floor Coverings Linoleum Tile Carpeting Formica REX FLOOR COVERING Mr. View Ph. 426-2292 Radiator Repair , Boiling out Soldering . New cores BOON'$ PLUMBING HEATING, SHEET METAL 623 S, 1st. Ph. 4-26-3483 :-OERS 426 -4832 Florist I I , Plants I for all occasions Flowers EVERGREEN FLORISTS 4th & Birch 8 to 8 426-8479 Pumps APpliances h. 426-6283 CO. Auto Glass cos- I . Expert COsmetics I Installation MACy JIM PAULEY, INC. 426-3337 5th & Railroad Ph. 426-8231 i Draperies ,. I . custom made I . free estimates , work guaran.teed I J. C, PENNEY CO. I 305 RR Ave. Ph. 26-8283 i ckeries, trees g, leveling NICAPING 426-4718 426.4412 Electrical ..... I , House wiring & rewirhg Electric Heating Trouble Shootihg . Licensed & Bonded Contractor JIM EINARSSON ELEC, Star Rte, 2, Box 37; 426-6520 i I What's Doing Among Our SERVICEMEN RALPH SPILSETT A/2c Ralph C. SpilseLh, Shel- ton. has been selected Outstand- ing Maintenance Man of the montl i the 1707th Air Transport Wing at Tinker Air Force Base, Okla. Airman Spilseth, a United States Air Force aircraft mech- anic, was selected for the honor in recognition of his exemplary conduct and performance of duty. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond M. Spilseth, and a grad- uate of rene S. Reed Hi:t School aL Shelton. David H. DeVoe, seaman, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harrison De- Voc, Hoodsport. serving aboard the fleet oiler USS Kawishiwi, took part in the Pacific recovery of Astronaut Leroy Gordon Cooper during his 22 orbits of the earth. Willis Edgerley Called By Death Willis Harper Edgerley, 539 Ar- cadia street, passed away at his home last Thursday. He was born Nov. 18, 1882 in Fondulack, Wis. Mr. Edgerley had made his home in Shelton the past 17 years. The funeral was held aL 2 p.m. Mopday at the BatsLone Funeral Home. Roy. R. R. Rings officiated. Interment was m Shelton Memo- rial Park. Survivors include his wife. Leno - ra Edger]ey, Shelton; a son. rillis, Jr., Wash. D. C.; a dauglter. Gla- dys Deranleau, San Francisco, Calif.: two step-daughters, Mrs. Audrey Seibel, Purl Angcles and Mrs. Lenora Webber, Seattle; a half-sister, Mrs. Rowena SLuhlman Seattle; six grandchildren and 2 grcaL-grandchildren, GETS FI]LLOWSIi IP Larry P. Nelson, a teaclmr aL Irene S. Reed High School, has been selected for a ellowship award to study at Willamette Un- iversity's Institute of Alnerican Studies this summer. Nelson tea- ches American HiStory and Amer- i(mu Government. Tile institute be- gins June 17. PIII BETA KAPPA William S. Briggs, son of Dr. and Mrs. B. T. Briggs, Shelton, was one of 44 graduating seniors aL the University of XVashingLon elected to Phi'Beta Kappa, national scholastic honorary, recently. In- itiation of the ew members will be hay 31 ....... Every Day Low, Low Prices ! Markets Are Competitive Individually Owned Modern Stores ! SAV E S- U DO LLA R S! Prices Effective May 23-24-25. Right To Limit. PORK CHOPS Fresh Lean Rib Cuts ib=, 59 . 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