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PACE 2 gI-rELTON--MASON COUNTY 50URNAL---Published in etChrsfmaowb U.ILA.", Shelton, Washington Dayton Woman Fractures Arm In Fall Saturday By Mabel Kidd DAYTON .... Mrs. J. ,V. Rnyson had the misfortnne to fall and fracture her right arm in a fall Saturday morning. At the present writing, she is in the clinic hos- pital. Ore&apos; sympathies to Mr. and Mrs. R()nald Moore and family in the loss of hi. grandfather. Mr. Harry Moore of Fenton Mich. who pas- sed away on May 21. ken flew black for the services. Can Save You Tax Money! Are you claiming all drug de- ductions to which you are entitled? Thousands of items can be listed. DrugTaxavailable free to our customers---furnishe you an an- nual record. Come in today and ask about DrugTax. It's fxee. Start saving tax moneyl Rotarian Mr. and Mrs. Everett Wagner, former residents, are parents of a boy born May 18. Talbert Dean weighed five potmds and six oun- ces. He joins two sisters aid a bro- ther. Grandmother is Mrs. Eva Crawley of Spanaway. Weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Darl Goldy was his nephew and wife. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Uerl- ins of Kennewick. It iad been 37 years siuce they had seen each other. Gary Combs was gone from Thursday lo Sunday attending the State Track Meet held, in Pullman,. H won sixth place as discus throver. Mrs. A. E. Lemke. accompanied by her parentS, .Mr. and Mrs. Charles Loitz, and sister-inqaw, Mrs. Farnnm Loitz motored to Puyallup Thursday to have hmeh with her sister. Mrs. Roy Burk- lam-t. Mrs. Cecil McLain of Kent joined them. LAI]rlES' CLUB MET on May 21 with Mrs. James Dougherty as hostess. Mrs. Cliff Combs' will be hostess at the next meeting ana the date will be announced later. Dwayne Gallagher and Perry Stoner called on the James Hick- sons one day last week. Doris Hickson spent the week- end with Sharon Moffatt, Shelton. Sheri Chappell was Saturday ov- ernight guest of Kathy Hanna, Shelton. They enjoyed the Forest Festival Saturday. MZr. and Mrs. John Rock and children. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Mich- ler. Les Bozarth and Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Combs. Dennis and Keith spent Saturday and overnight at Ocean City. They brought back li- mits on clams. IHE CLIFF Rumlfff family is feeling real sad because Tamie their Boston Bull has disappeared. She is registered and they are hop- ing' ame one will see her. Dale: Chappetl spefft Saturday night with his cousins. Larry, Dave and Steve Chappell of Matlock. Sheita Hick.son stayed Friday night and Saturday with Darlene Lund. Friday evening callers in the John Anderson home were Mr. and Mrs. AIvia Chapman. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Leman en- joyed a visit on Thursday evening from l{is aunt and uncle. Mr. and Mrs. E: M: Lamke of Rapid City, S.D. Sunday guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Pete Roberts were Dr. and Mrs. Bill Monson and son of Kent, Mrs. Gary Hall and child- ren, Ellensburg and Ted Monson Jr. Last Monday week, Mr. and Mrs. Pete Bloomfield and family, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Bloomfield and daughter, Mrs, Los Bishop and Mrs. Ruth Critchfiel all enjoyed turkey dinner in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Claude McIrvin. CHRISTMAS TREESTopping the Agriculture classification was this entry by the Washington Douglas Fir Christmas Tree Asso- ciation. Pioneer School, Grange Get Placings With Floats In Forest Festival Parade By Betty Ann Shero ]the last meeting of the club un- The big news in the Pioneer area I til school starts next fall this week is the wimaing of first Week-end visitors in the home prize honors by the Pioneer School Float at the Forest Festival Pa- rade. The float which carried out the Festival's theme of Pioneer Logging featured Fred Flintstone. Barney, and Dine, all employees of the Simpstone Logging Comp- any. Congratulations are in or- der to Mrs. Hap Smith. chairman of the float, and her many help.- of the Don Bina's were the George Lewis's of Seattle and Tl]e Jim Young's of Tillamook. Ore. Harry Turner. Issaquah. is vis- iting in the home of his daughter and faniiy, the John VanderWal's of Agate. THE KEN ROBERTS visited in the home of lis mother, Mrs. Lor- en Roberts. Deer Creek over the C. Martindale Passes At 94 A 9,l-year-old resident. Charles Martindate of Rt 2. Box 771. passed away at the Botts Nuts- in K Home May 21. Mr. Martindule was born March 7. 1869 in the state of Iowa and had made his home in Mason county the past 31 years. The fmleral xva. held at 2 p.m. last Friday 11 the Batstne Funeral Home witl Brother Ehton Bat<er off totaling. Intermenl was in Shel- ton Memorial Parl< Survivors include five sons. R. G. Martindale. Vashon Island. C. M., Outlook; James H.. Seattle: Jacob H., Renton, and Louis, Ont- look; two step-sons, George and Art Sehmidt Vashon; a step- daughter. Mrs. Else Larsen. Seat- tle: 35 grandchildren, 54 great- grandchildren and ,3 great--great- randchildren. Ellis L. Smith Called By Death Ellis Leonard Smith. 63B Elli- nor street, passed awav last Thm's- day at the Shelton General Hos- vital. He was 93 years old havin been born September 23, 1870 in Dickinson county, Iowa. Mr Smith had lived in the community the past 33 years. He worked as a fireman /'or the Joinl Power Plant. The funeral was held at 11 a.m. ers too numerous to mention. The week end. PREPP S Mrs. Bruce McQuilkin and ehttd-Mrs. Fred Stuller and girls ae-Agate Grange took third place Mary Lou Youngh)vc visited in ren joined Mr. and Mrs. Imre 2ompanied Mrs. Lawrence Larson with their entry in the parade, the home of her parents, the Los Hrovath of Seattle for a Sunday ")n a trip to Seattle Sunday where The first graders put on a play Younglove's this past week end. afternoon swim at Lake Nahwat- they visited with Mrs Stuller's " Mr. and Mrs. Edwin DaMgrcn zel. sister Miss Nora Larson. May 20 for their parents and some of the Pioneer School pupils. The and Mrs. Leslie Younglove at- Rexall $10m saturday evening visitors in the VISITING SUNDA- in the A1- production "C in d er ella", maae tended the County Commissioners 3ohn Anderson home were Mr. vin Hulbert home was her sister quite a hit with the audience. Meeting Monday morning to ask and Mrs. A. E. Lemke. and husband, h'. and Mrs. Bud to have a dust coat placed on Second & Railroad Mr. and Mrs, Clifford Evans Tohnson and daughter of Aber- NEXT YEARS FIRST graders Leed's Loop load to help com- were Friday evening callers in the !een. were special guests of this years bat the t e r rible dust problem Phone 426-4642 James Hickson home, Mr. and 19Its. Paul Pekola and first grade class Friday. The fu- which is created by Sunday dri- IIpYrlght 1962 Jamie Hiekson stayed Friday ,hildren, McCleary called 6n Mr. ture first graders were shown ver's. ................ and Saturday nights with Susan and Mrs. L. B. Pharris Sunday af- their classroom and other import- This past week end found many Atwood of Shelton, ternoon, ant sections of the school. In the of our folk out digging clams and Darlene :Bloomfield came home afternoon the mothers were also goeducks on the ocean beaches ....... from Western Washington State guests, and our own local shores. (ollege Thursday evening and The Agate Sewing Club met last Next week the Pioneer News spent the long: weekend. Wednesday evening' in the home ot will be written by a guest cor- Margie Speck Dance Studios Presents Its Nunday My. and Mrs. A. O. Mrs. Edwin D ahl g ren. Eleven respondent, Mrs. A n dy Vander- ' Schuffenhauer motored to Brinnon members and two guests attend- Wal. The Shero's are going to go G enjoying the lovely color of the ed the meeting which turned out on a trip and I will give all el SPRIN bl'ossoniing" rtiododendron. They to be a surprise house-warming you the details when we return. called on Mr. and Mrs. Charles for Mrs. Dahlgren. The Dahlgren's Mrs. Loren Roberts would like :Bloomfield. had just recently moved into their to thank all her friends and neigh- DAN00E Ronnie Cochran of Lost Lake new home. after livingin a house bors for all the kind acts they did was Saturday overnight guest of trailer since they moved into the for her and the family during their Keith Tibbits. community. A cake, which was a recent bereavement. :Mr. and Mrs. Charles Budd and replica of their new home. was Visiting in the home of her par- CONCERT daughters of ttoquiam were Sat-presented to the Dahlgren's plus ents, Mr. andMrs. EdBunnell, for urd!ay visitors in the home of his a box full of kitchen items. The a few days is Mrs. Nellie Nieto sister and husband, 1V[r. and Mrs. cake was baked and decorated by and her young daughter, Alone L. B. Pharris. Kathy Budd was Andy VanderWal, Jane Elliason, of Oatdand. Cab;fornia. In The Shelton Junior High Auditorium a majorette in the Forest Festival and Stell Bunnell This was also .................. parade. The group all gathereff for SATU R00AY Johnson,LakeS picniChomelUncheonof Mr. andat theMrs.ISlandMike HO00 CAAL SCHOOL; EWS The Floyd Watters. family, Mr. JUNE 1  p m and Mrs. Claude McIrvin and Mrs. Two Teachers Attend State Track Meet In i Ruth Critchfield gathered Satur- Pullman; Garden Club Honored By Ninth Grade I I day evening in the Pete Bloom- STATE TRACK MEET Dowell and Winnie Tweed found field home to mew colored slides. John Pill and Bill Bryant, with 50 each which was the most Mr. and Mrs. Dale Tibbits and their wives atten,he State High found. Also there was swimming Adults $1 -- Childre nd Students Wiih children. Seattle spent'Swnday in School. Tack-i'tlllman.. ,, Satur- for an hour in the mornmg and d;;t3eklet 50 ' the home of Mr. and Mrs. Allen day. Pill commented "The wea- again in the afternoon Baseball Student be s Tibbits. tkr was perfect, it was a great was played later in the afternoon. Sharon Watters spent Saturday track meet with many records bro- P. T. A. MEETING night with Susan BloomfieI& ken, we were sort of celebrating May 20 the Hood Canal P. T. A. , _ , ._ onr marriage anniversaries, we meeting was held at the Junior .-.-,. :.. , ..7., ,.. ... - ..... ..:: .,::..:.:.::,::.:., stayed in two new niotels with High. The program was the in- }:;:'. i:: .... " ............... swimming pools and topped it eli staSation of new officers for next Let Go To by riding tite ski chair lift on top year. Slide were shown on Afri- of White Pass." {  GARDEN CL Vacation Friday then E( enemies class en Club ladies The Hood C h s: worked on t] tifying the Junior High 'R;kll[ ground for the past wo3 The 9th grade gi s ga UlUiqJ Mr, Endicott's drar  clm bers presented a s )rt s 8th and 9th grade g ls sa: ches" and The King and I". m t -Stories Wednesday the Lower S mish school had its mnu,l t It was held from 9 e.m, t0 " The weather wasn't too sal tory for a picnic but ever3 on Skokomish Gommunity I)huroh Foursquare Gospel I)hureh ,aid tohaveladagocdtime. ' vas a treasure hunt whic'.r i: ed $7.50 in treasure. Sum June 10 - 14 J'une 10 -- 21 ,:oo A.,. - 2:oo pM ,:3,*.M .100:oo Lost Lake F mill a es Faith Lutheran Ghurch First Baptist ,Ohu eh Ent t "n Frie d r er al n s, June 10- 14' 9:00 A.M. - 2:30 P.M. Hood Ganal Gommuni00 Ghmh June 10 - 14 9:00 A.M. - 2:30, P.M, Beginner,, Primary, Junior 8:55 A,M. - 12:00 Teen Bible Club (Jr-Hi & Sr-Hi) 6:50 P.M. - 9:15 P.M, ca by Bill Vinson Refreshments were served. CLUB HONORED SPORTS Friday the ninth grade Homc May 21, the Hood Canal Letter- Economics class honored the Gard- men's Banquet Was held in the en Club ladies with a coffee hour. Hood Canal Jr. High School. The Hood Canal Garden Club After dinner, Supt. John Pill has worked on the project of beau- thanked Mrs. Jactson, Mrs. Bry- School ant. and the pep staff Sylvia Sund, ground for the past two years. Beeky Hall, Beth Ann Crumb and The 9th grade girls gave des- Linda LaBissoniere, for makhtg strated household hints. Four the Banquet possible. Mr, Endicott's drama class mem- bers presented a short skit. The The boys introduced their fa- 8th and 9th grade girls sang "Pat- thor and themselves. Mr. Bryant to!d about our football, and the Seventh and Eighth grade basket- LOWER SKOKOMISH ball program also his track sea- Wednesday the Lower SRoRo- son events. Mr. Jackson spoke on mish school had its annual picmc, the Ninth grade basketball and It was held from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. and seventh and eighth grade ]'he weather wasn't too satisfac- baseball season. Mr. Pill talked tory for a picnic but everyone was about the gym that was planned aid to have l)ad a good time. There with the help of the City of Tote- was a treasure hunt which includ- treasure. Susan Mc- ma. Dan Ragan. the Pesident of the lettermen's club. presented a spe- cial award to RudySchwab which was a warm-up jacket. This award was given o him fr his referee- ing of the basketliall games at J'une 10-21 Relatives On Weekend the Hoodsport Gym; Bill Goodpaster showed slides Methodist O00rh June 10 - 14, 9:00 A.M, - 11:30 A.M. Mt, Olive Lglheran OhurGh June 10 - 21 9:00 A.M. - 11:45 A.M. HI. View Aglanse *00uroh June 10- 14 .'ff0 AM, - 2:30 P.M, Shelten Assembly Of God Skokmish Assembly Of GOd June 10- 14 10:00 A.M. - 12:00 Juno 17 - 21 7:00 - 8:30 P.M. Shelto, n Printing & Stationery 131 Railroad Phone 426-6102 i i i i ii ROCKY HEMBROFF Insurance Agency 116 No. 2nd 426-3357 All Types Insurance LES FIELD'S Auto Parts Inc. "Parts for all makes" Cars, Trucks & Tractors 229 So, 1st 426-3351 DABIGOLD 3rd & Grove 426-4473 Good Milk Is Good Food. EELLS & VALLEY Appliance Center 123 So. 2nd 426-4663 "Look to the Finest First" RCA - HOTPOINT- MAYTAG BECKWITH S 129 Rairoad 426-3283 "Gifts For All Occasions" i i of Canada which wre enjoyed by By Doris Hickson everyone. LOST LAKE Mr. and Mrs. The Hood Canal seventh and Perry Rose and family and Mr. eighth grade baseball team had a and Mrs. Robert Trail and family game with Kamilch May 22. The were the Sunday guests of the score was Kamilch 7 and Hood Roy Bolduc famil They also Canal 6. stayedfor dinner. The ninth grade played Fort Frank Guyer and Bill Wivell Warden May 24. Th score was 3 went to Westport on a fishing trip .on Sunday. to 2 in our favor. Ethel and Jack Fossum were NINTH GRAD[ TESTS the weekend guests of the Don This Spring the 9h grade took Saeger family. Incidentally they the National Educational Develop- attended the Forest Festival ac- ment Tests. tivities with their foster parents John Dickinson, I)ianna Timm Mr. and Mrs. Don Saeger. and David Kilbourhe each re- :Mr. 3oin D. Morrow of Brem- ceived a certificate for being in erton will be this weeks guest of the upper twenty-fi)e percent ot the John Morrows. the students in this tate. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Sours and All of our ninth gade students Melinda are spending a nice va- taking the tests had scores of or- cation in Missouri erage or ab0vc. .to,, *nd ..t.'t, ii I I X k "%1 wl e--Is, the thr, fly p package for small gardenl ,  | / Iots. Combines 2'A hp with I  ?; 1 chain-drlve transmlsslon te I [  d4dlver equivalent of a 4 hp I [' worm-gear unit. Comes witk II I" rear transp, wheels. " . L 139so Saeger Motor Shop on Hillcrest tll 0. C. Hodgson Dies At Home Orson C. Hodgson a Mason county resident the past 18 years, died at his home last Saturday. Mr. Hodgson was born July 3. 18- 87 in Hartley, Iowa. He was a self- employed brick mason during his working years. The funeral was held at 10 a.m. Wednesday at the Batstone Fm'- eral Home with Rev. John Clill officiating. Interment was in Shel- ton Memorial Park. Surviving is his wife. Zelnm. Shelton: four sons. Harvey, Robm't anl Leonard all of Shelton and Lawrence of Alaska; a daughter, Mrs. A. M. (Lillian) Farr. Bnvey. Minn.: 20 grandchildren and ]0 great-grandchildren. Lifetime Resident G. lhmtley Dies A graveside sermce for Clar- ence Huntley, 81. will be held at 2 p.m. Friday at the ShelDm Me- morial Park with Rev. Eugene Knautz officiating. Mr. Huntley was a lifetime res- ident of the community. He was born in Shelton. Feb. 13, 1882 and passed away Tuesday at the Bott.- Nursing Home. He resided at Rt. 1. Box 225. His occupation before his retirement was brakeman on the r/ilroad. Tuesday aL the Batstone Funeral Survivors include many nieces Home with Rev. Eugene Knautz and nephews. officiating. Cremation followed in ............... Tacoma. Trouble Emma Grilley Passes At 93 Emma Grilley, 2328 Adams street, passed away at the age of 93 last Saturday at the Shelton General Hospital. She was born 'eb. 18. 1870 in Wisconsin and had made her home m Mason County the past 17 years. The funeral was held at 3 p.m. Tuesday at the Batstone Funeral Home with Rev. R. R. Rings of- ficiating. Interment was in Shel- ton Memorial Park. Survivors include four sons. 3/fay- lend G.. Shelton. Floyd W.. Seat- tle, Ben I., San Jose. Calif., and Vern O.. Seattle: tv:o daughters, Ira M. Parr. Sheltcm. and Olive P. Fordham. San Jose. Calif.: two brothers, .Reynold Owen, Lake- wood, Calif. and Edward Owen, Missoula, Calif.: two sisters. Ma- rion Owen, Minneapolis. Minn. and Ruby Owen. also Minn ; 21 grand- children and 52 great grandchild- ren. creates a capacity to handle it.--Oliver IV. Homes. Jr. Edna Marks Is 'Taken By Death Edna Maude Marks of RL. 2, Box 160. died May 22 at the Shel- ton General Hospital. Mrs. Marks. a 15-year resident of the area was born Feb. 10. 1882 in Mitchelville. Iowa. The funeral was held nt 11 a.m. last Friday at the Batstone Fu- neral Home with Rev. Charles Wigton officiating. Intermen was in Shelton Memorial Park. Survivors include two daughters, Mrs. Helen Gates. Shelton. and Mrs. D. D. Reynolds, Seattle; two sisters. Mrs. Rose S. BluetL Oak- land. Calif.. and Mrs. C. V. Santa Cruz. Calif.: two grand- children and five great-grandchil- dren. The strength of America lies in its families. That's why every fam- ily is urged to buy at least one U. S. Savings Bond during the 1963 Freedom Bond Drive, May I to July 4 A pharmacist may reach for a bottle of aminophylline powder only once a year, yet he always has this heart medicine on hand in case an emergency arises. Approximately 300 pharmaceuticals aceoun for 75% of all prescriptions. Nevertheless, the average pharmacist stocks more than 3,000 drug items so that he will be able to fill im- mediately even the less common prescriptions. In addition, your neighborhood pharmacist must be prepared to answer questions from doctorsabout drug dosage, strengths and available forms and size. To acquire this Nell's Pharmacy Swearin Graveside G raveside rites a.ln. Tuesday of Mr. and Mrs. Swearingen, l%t. 2, a mortal Park with Knautz offieiating'. The infant the Shelton died the same Use Journal SGHOOL School will be Served- i MondaY, Tuesday and ,. We "Cook's Supplement with plenarnin Shelion Prepp's 133 RR. 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