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0, 1963 SHELTON--MASON COUNTY JOURNAL--Published in "Ghrismastown, U.g.A.', Shelton, Washington . PAGE 3 Resident Ruth Dunbar Dies At Her Olympia Home Dunbar, autographed by the auth- and oldtime regret of the Dunbar last at home near her death was that mor- tumer, who had during the of her invalid- her at the were at 0on, arran- Eros Fun- at Ma- English at in early happiness writ- Was assoc- PaPers includ- snd Ta L and also the on going to was a staff Sun. She of time Publi- drive resulted in and several outstand- Swallow", I. Her logging aR- es of the novel "The another west- Dunbar who most en- daughter Justice She was John Dun- General of by a reside they in the Mc- e for the Ander- Wk or years ago, reposes in the old library of the Andersen home. MRS. DICK BUECHEL was ho- nor guest at a luncheon and after- noon at the home of Mrs. Ed Hough last Friday. Present to en- joy tlle event were the following members: Mesdames Dick Buechel, Lud Andersen, Otto Wojahn, Ned Rucker, Art elsh, Karl O'Berry, and Mrs. Bulman, mother of Mrs. Vojahn, and the hostess, Mrs. Hough. A birthday cake, "Happy Birthday", cards and some lovely gifts all added to the cheerful af- ternoon, and pleasure of the hon- oree. The Sportsman's Club met last Thursday evening at Union Com- munity Hall, with president Ran- dall Updyke presiding. The elec- tion of officers which was to have taken place was postponed Ontil the first meeting of the fall. The evening was more or less of a so- cial event, with refreshments in charge of Mrs. Randall Updyke, and who was assisted by the youngest sportsman present, Fran- lde Gram. Union and the entire Canal dis- trict turned out for the opening of Vv'alt Henderson's Robin Hood Lodge last Tuesday evening. The dining room was packed with well wishers, who had cohie to meet Mr. and Mrs. Henderson. and welcome them to the community, and. of course, also enjoy a fine dinner. Mr. and Mrs. Henderson purchased Robin Hood Village and the Beckman borne some weeks ago, and have added many im- Cafe last Tuesday evening. The to keep the tourists and localites happy, and satisfied with his well planned and popular cuisine. A feature of which is Miss Mary McBratney's home-baked bread and pastries. There were several no-host dinner parties enjoying the opening and dinner. Film stars from Japan and Tok- yo provided unusually interesting subject matter and entertainment at the Liberal Arts Seminar of the University of VVashington Se- minar at Alderbrook Inn over the weekend. Listed on the program as theme was "Japanese Comic Interlude", featuring the noted Nipponese film stars Nomura Manzo, Momura Mansaku. and No- es Occupy At School At Kamilche beach at Grayland last Saturday Week and mmling. at Ka- Sunday afternoon Mrs. Marion ; real busy Bovee of Shelton called at the Dan Lies of the Wood home. ay, June 5 Mr. and Mrs. A. J. ]3eaudoin of are Tacoma were Sunday evening over Caro- night guests at the Herb Nelson Villines, home last week. Dar- About twenty of the Shelton ,'antak. Last Valley Grange members put on a enjoyed an Memorial service and program last Friday nigllt. the Ka- Mrs. Herbert Nelson attended base- the funeral 'Wednesday in Olympia The boys of Jay Moore who was her grand girls lost ephew. boys and Saturday of last week the Ed Knight Sigo family, the Dewey Sigo fam- ily and the Gus Ellison family en- in David joyed a picnic outing on Squaxin Island. Thursday evening the Ray flames family of Tacoma visited with Mrs. Annie Whitener. Friday, TI-I(E RONALD VdHITENER fa- take a mily of Silverdale visited on Mo- ther's day with his parents the Wesley Whiteners and enjoyed a combination Mother's day and father's birthday dinner. This week Mrs. Percy Whitener attended the graduation exercises so ends in Toppenish for her niece and nepllew, Peggy Joanne Griswold and Bernard Lee Griswold, child- ren of Mr. aild Mrs. E. Griswold. visit- and Mrs. LIQUOR SALES Sale at the Shelton Store of the State Liquor Control Board were $25.723 during April, it was reported. Of these, $22,338 were in retail sales and $3,385 were class H sales. TO GET DEGI{EE Richard Floyd Lord, son of Mr, and Mrs. G. L. Lord. Shelton. is scheduled to receive a bachelor of arts degree from Willamette University Sunday, June 2. Lord majored in economics. Journal Want Ads Pay of Ka- La break- the ocean the brat I ;- Deluxe .telephone ,n Coffee 'rely folk Premises, Lamplighter Wnre or call Associate Professor of Far East- ern and Slavic languages, and Pro- fessor "alls director of the school of drama were in charge and di- rectors of the program. The theme being "Perspective on \\;Vestern and Japanese drama." At the conclu- sion of the play, and 1 act skits following the actors were given a standing ovation and applause by the crowd attending. SATURDAY morning Lud An- dersen made the drive to Brinnon, with Mrs. Jean Moore and son Mike as his gests on a goeduck expedition. According to the dig- gers, the long beach was filled with people all in quest of the elusive giant clam. And from ap- pearances of the crowds along the wide spreading beach at low tide, more like a convention of a sort. When the tide started to come in the goeducks started to show, and in no time, each one had his limit. Lud thinks it less bother to wear an old pair of sneakers, and roll up the pants legs, and walk out, than to wear boots, which are heavy to start with. and more or less of a drag, on the return trip through the muddy beach. The ten- nis shoes are easily rinsed off, once ashore, and are not an in- cumbrance. Women members of Hood Canal Improvement Club are busy plan- ning for their special bake sale. which is scheduled for Saturday, June 1 at 10 a.m. at Flagwood Gift Shop. Homemade bread, rolls and cakes, and pastries, will all be on hand. and for sale. The real- ly smart buyers recalling last years complete sell-out within 20 minutes after being placed on the counter, will be on hand bright and early, for it will be the early birds who Will be on hand to grab up the home-made treats. Anyone wishing to contribute to the baked goods, may do so by calling Mrs. Elaine Cook. 898-2456. or vIrs. Karl O'Berry, 898-2356. Either of the women will be glad to call and pick up baked goods for the sale. Funds collected to be contributed to the Hood Canal Improvement club. MR. AND MRS. Charles Ingra- ham and young son are the house guests of Mrs. Cora Kelly and Mrs. Pat Ganty, for the weekend. Sea Fare, the popular dining place on the upper South shore road, or Navy Yard highway op- ens for the summer Thursday May 30 at noon. During the remainder of the season opening hour daily will be frgm 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. Sun- days from noon on and until 9 p.m. It is interesting to note that both Mrs. Mary Wing, and Mrs. Corn Kelley owner operators of Sea Fare are both school teach- ers. Mrs. Wing instructs the pri- mary grades at AIIyn of Belfair district and Mrs. Kelly is in char- ge of the primary grade at BeN fair Elementary school. Young la- dies helping are Juby Eby Vale- dictorian of Shelton High, and who had the good fortune to qualify for the Mark E. Reed scholarship of 1963 graduating class. Suzy Wing, and Connie Harris, both of whom are honor students of the North Mason High school gradu- ates will also take part in the activities at SEA FARE. Mr. "Wing will once more be in charge of culinary matters and cuisine. Mrs. Corn Kelly to preside over the salad dept., and Mary Wing the wild black berry pie division. The Eugene Gillilands returned home last week. along with a little tan after a trip to California and Arizona of the past two weeks 0nd in time to enjoy some of our own lovely summer weather, and also a few more ultra-violet rays. Mrs. Edith Edwards returned to her Calm Cove home last week. With her for the summer are Mr, and Mrs. C. E. Richardson of Hol- lywood. Fla., Mrs. Richardson is her daughter. The condition of Ira Vest. who was taken to Shelton General Hos- pital a week ago Sunday is re- ported as improved. Everyone wishes him a speedy recovery and return home. "Aura" is causing waves of fashion excitement! it's a wild plum print maillot in shapely Helanca ny]0n knit. High bateau neckline... but bareTy there in backl 10-16, $25.95. rose marie reid Margie is his wife of She/ton A subsidiary of P, N, Hirsch & Co, formerly Lumbermen's Mercantile To be our guests during; q! U In ! between |0:00 A.M. and 5:00 P.M, SATURDAY, JUNE I To See Our NEW SHELTOH OFFICE at 122 SOUTH 3rd STREET TOM WARD Manager COFFEE AHD COOKIES Plus 4 DOOR PRIZES 3 Sets of Ovenware * One Gas Light TO BE AWARDED AT 4:30 P.M. -. You Need Not Be Present We Would Like You To Meei Our Shelton Staff. LOIS HUNTER Bookkeeper- Cashier GLEN PARKER Serviceman Cascade Natural Gas Corp. Appliance Dealers Offer 10% DI$(OUNT ON ALL GAS APPLIANCES IN THEIR STOCKS This offer is made by BooRs Plumbing, Heating & Sheet Metal Works Shelton Sheet Metal Works Wheatley & Keary Thackeray Electric Eells & Valley Appliance Center nl , i