Newspaper Archive of
Shelton Mason County Journal
Shelton, Washington
Mason County Journal
News of Mason County, WA
Get your news here
May 30, 1963     Shelton Mason County Journal
PAGE 13     (13 of 16 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
PAGE 13     (13 of 16 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
May 30, 1963

Newspaper Archive of Shelton Mason County Journal produced by SmallTownPapers, Inc.
Website © 2021. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal.

,1963 Family Busy With Oi Guests Last Week of Holi- Lime lasl ronl Fort Ord, Maj. and and daug- wex e the ,loanne r fiance Pvt. d all of Seat- s sister and Hoagland arliv- the Weekend. Joyed the fish- the trails Joanne ac- and his fa- trip to Call- there. Dur- Jack Frank- a recent Mrs. Jerry Visit With her ,ha Parsons of weekend with Kathy and )arents John and Elwan- state track was thril- a fishing (a daily salmon. School at Twa- Children al- even be a , ones Mr. and Mrs. help oversee the welfare of the kids. This year the children took theii' own hmches and free ice cream bars were for everyone. The new owner of the Texaco Station in Hoodsport is Bruce Hor- zon. formerly of Bellingham. Fred T(ilbom'ne will be working at the station. Mr. and Mrs. Garfield Gulseth of Tacoma visited with his mother, Mrs. Delia Gulseth and brotler Lester in Potlatch over the week- end. They also visited with many of their long time acquaintances while here. Delia returned to Ta- coma wil:h then] for a visit. MR. AND MRS. Pete Dammn- burg have returned "from New Jersey and at present are staying with her folks, the George Rikers. Many thanks to the women and men who helped build the Hood Canal Forest Festival Float. It was very attractive and Linda La- Bissonaire and John Dickinson protrayed their parents very well. Joining in the parade as mem- bers of a riding club were those Ventm'e Valley folks. Herb BoreR. Barbara. Linda and Wendy Jar- vis. The Ray Peterson family had an exciting weekend." Mr. and ,Mrs. Jerry Mincher of Mfllbrae, Calif• and Mr. and Mrs. V. G. Peterson of Forest Grove, Ore. arrived by plane in Shelton in time for the Forest Festival parade. Jerry Vance Club card was and to Emma 300 pin- and Fred won the dbor will be fox' the MOake and of the Hood Will be June the presi- a potluck 12:30. Hos- les Frances ,erger. Ka- Elizabeth Students of School en- 1-5 p.m., Gar- apprecia- trden club school es, flow- enjoyed and the gracious rn Star So- ne 3 at the Jack- north meet- the new Club will Ewe L{il- at- erred,, at laB1 on about rances the many reeler- ZIiELTON--MAZON COUNTV j01dRN_KL-a-l%hlihlied in t'O'/,+,fna.Tdi}, "U.gA.", i i Baptist Women Complete Doll Wardrobe Project ] owns his own plane and drops in for a visit now and then as long  o as the weather holds. He enjoys]| .= .la in , dl. m ....... visiting with his friends in Shel-jli'r|t|in .=|_n.g ton. Also coming up from Oswego, t V|||IIIgPKIII|I qUVlqllllVV Ore. for }he weekend, but drivirg ::, i  : ,, were the Minoher's daughter aa(iiAmflAA IA Ai" family, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Wright [|V|GI,. J14|l I11| and Susan. Karen and Sfiaron, The'  ..... v ........ men tried their hand at fishing in Lake Cushman. The Sr. Petersons visited WlYh. friends. Jackie Stacel was lmme for the weekend from Lewis and Clark Junior College. Mrs. Betty Stephens with Vicki and Jan are visiting her folks, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Shumate. Mr. and Mrs. Perry Harrtngton visited with the Lew Evans' over the weekend and attended the For- est Festival Parade. Sunday visiors in the Bill Good- paster home were Betty's folks from Centralia, Mr. and Mrg. Jim Parker and the Jr. Bill Goodpas- ters from Nemah. Mr. and Mrs. Clawson from Ta- coma were drop in visitors on Sa- turday at the Matt Kaare home. The Pack Meeting for tbe Cub Scouts will be held on May 31 at 7:30 in the Hoodsport School. The theme for the meeting will be .bas- ed on the Circus with Dick Endi- cott as moderator. This will be the last meeting of the year. PART OF COMPLETE wardrobes for 50 dolls made by the Women's Fellowship Circles of the Baptist church are shown above. Mrs. Donna Rod- man (left) holds one of the dolls which will go to a ............ child someplace in the world along with a wardrobe closet like the one Mrs. Lettie Greenfield (right) is holding. Around 45 women have worked on the doll clothes s'lnce the first of The absolute stand of Christ- ian Science against any form of hypnotism will be emphasized i the service Sunday at the Shelton First Church of Christ Scientist. Subject of the Bible Lesson is: "Ancient and Modern NecromancY, alias Mesmerism and Hypnotism, Denounced•" The readings will in- clude this verse from Jeremiah 17:131: "O Lord. the hope of Is- rael, all that forsake thee shall be ashamed, and they that de- part from me shall be written in the earth, because £hey have for- saken the Lord. the fountain of living waters." Related reaaings will include these lines: "In a world of sin and sensuality hastening to a grea- ter development of power, it is wise earnestly to consider whether it is the hmnan mind or divine Mind which is influencing one" "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures" by Mary Ba- ker Eddy, p. 82. Sheltnn, Wa,liin,on PAE :1 MASON COUNTY'S DINERS GUIDE --EAT OUT OFTEN DAIRY QUEEN ..t illN°rthsheltonlSt St. Recognized as THE place for thick SHAKES and smooth SUNDAES, and NOW from DAIRY QUEEN'S ldtchen -- HAMBURGERS and FRIES. Phone 426-8091 HOUSE a miles West of Belfair THE OYSTER on Hood Canal We Take Pride in Our HOMEBAKED BREAD and PASTRIES • Complete Variety of DINNERS • SEAFOODS CArE 5 i,es Sot or sheto GATEWAY on the Olympic Highway BREAKFAST  LUNCH  DINNER • Prime Rib and Steak • Seafood • Homemade Pies Dinner Parties Invited Open daily 6 a.m: to 10 p:m. ,t,.= **----*' GRILL x0 Oly.ie Hib..y hurt. on Mountain View BREAKFAST- LUNCH  DINNER Special Dinners Daily  Fried Clams  Oysters • Buckwheat HotcakesAnytime • WE MAKE OUR OvVN PIES' RAU'S CICKEN DINNER iNN ast r w,o on the Canal -- our specialty -- • BUTTER FRIED CHICKEN • SEAFOODS • CHOICE STEAKS We Specialize in Banquet Phone Union 898-2322 c NOR'S A & W DRIVE-IN 1729 Oln IigehWaY N. "COME AS YOU ---/kaE, WE s;ERvE IN YOUR CAR" • FOOD and DRINK ORDERS TO GO HAMBURGERS & FRIES FOOT-LONG HOT DOGS .= ,JX JJJttvJL on Lake Cxlshlnan /" Dine Over The Water in the Panoramic Dining Room f/. 'x  • CHAR-BROILED STEAKS  ..AFoo. • €.'CKEN .'/Cocktails in the LIARS DEN Banquets  Parties \\;"[ Phone 87%5388 for reservations if desired HOOD 1  miles Ea VALT'S ROBIN LODGE or V.ion o. te Cnl AN ENCHANTING ATMOSPHERE --FEATURING • HOME MADE PIES AND PASTRIES • QUALITY FOOD AT RASONABLE PRICES • BREAKFAST SERVED ANYTIME • _ .... " _- _ - ,.,u o'""'° DINER o. Itood Canal near Potlatch on lighway 101 BREAKFAST- LUNCH -- DINNER Our Spocialty • BROAsTED CHICKEN (finger-licken' good) we feature $EAF00b, tool Phone 877-9488 -- Take-Out Orders! the year under the co-chairmanship of the above two women with Mrs. Sharon Johnson directing the project. Each wardrobe includes a coat and hat, two dresses, slacks and top, nightgown and slip- pers, slip, panties, bib, five hangers and the ward- robe closet as well as the doll to dress. They will be used for birthday and Christmas presents for the children of missionaries. I LETTERS m , m CARPENTRY CLASS GIVEN APPRECIATION Dear Mr. Dickie The Irene S. Reed Carpentry Class Open House is at our house this year. We want everybody to see it on Jme 2nd. Tbe carpentry noys have work- ed all year, as you can see wben you come. and they are very proud of their work. They have every right to be. This is our way ot thanking them publicly. We have made many friends this last year. Mr. Arne Johnsen, the instructor, is probably one ot the most patient and tolerant men we have met. We are very lucky people and these boys have made a dream Come true for ps. We recommend anyone to consider this opportunity. Our most heartfelt thanks to then] and our best wishes for their future. Sincerely, Mr. and Mrs. Nell Dethlefs Jodeen. Debra. Scott and Deanne The aim of the 'reasury's 1963 Freedom Bond Drive will be to persuade every American family to buy at least one U.S. Savings Bond during May and June. , i i ' '1 EDITOR THE A LOGGERS APPRECIATION We the old time Loggers of Mason County, wish to extend our thanks and appreciation to two wonderful girls Johanna Golds- chmid and Susan Gilliland. for the wonderful service they performed for the Mason County Journal ann the Forest Festival Association in intetwiewing all of us and writing a short story of our experiences in the early logging in Mason Coun- ty. We also want to thank Bill Dlckie, Publisher of our County paper, Jim Hartley and Clive Troy. In behalf of an the old time Loggers. Thank you, Lantz ,¥1ss REMODELED BAIH20OMF|, ,ARE THE THIM 7 . { THEN WHEH .x II, I YOU ,,VPI I eA tE-YZ;IrVi I Fishing favorite recreation LOW COST HOHE LOANS NEW CONSTRUCTION --- REMODELING PURCHASE 6 % On Reducing Balances -- No Commission Charges Mason Ooudy Savings & Loan Assodalion TITLE INSURhNCE BUILDING SHELTON I | , HAVE A PICNI(! / Prices Effeclive Wed., Fri. & Sat.. Open Memorial Day from 9-8- Righl to Limit VAN CAMP'S 29-0Z. TINS YERS HAM Boneless Fiesta Whole or Half .................................... LB. U.S. Choice - Verifine Top Round Steak LB, 89  U.S. Choice - Verifine Rump Roast ............ LB. 79 ¢ Verifine Skinless - Fully Guaranteed Wieners ................ LB 49 ¢ PORK "N BEANS HORMEL'S SPAM 12-OZ. TINS LUNCHEON MEAT 5/001 35' Fresh Wash- ington Grown- Whole Bodied FHYEH PARTS Fresh Washington Grown Legs, Breasts, Thighs ................ Lb 59 € FRYER WINGS F,osh Was.ing,o. 29 ¢ Grown ................ Lb. BUTTERHORNS SHOR F.ES. 3/99¢ POLY BAG OF 4 ......... '. ..... ' HOT DOG BUNS SHOR FRESH 3/99* PKG. OF 8 .......................... POTATO CHIPS SHUR FRESH 2/,1 OR NALLEY'S 3 PAK ........ ICE CREAM HALF-GALLON DRIVE CAREFULLY GRILL TIME 59€ YIELD THE RIGHT- o LB. BAG FRES-H " OF-WAY! ed Ears-Call." " " til 11 , PAPE NAPKI;; 9 SOFLIN 80 CT. "' WHITE OR ASS'T 3 € Plump Well Fill- --READY NOW-- ,00uc VOLU.E forniaGrown ir ! .... ] i  POTATOES 10/3 a ' Shatter = ( U.S. No.: 1 "A" '1) 9 ICUnue Perfect,or elan, .  9 "_ __ q| LKmUR Jilf%rnia ............................................................ Each 0/ =I'RVOL /=  TERHELONS ...................................... ll POPULAR MECHANICS Illustrated HOME HAN DYiAN ATERM ELOHS SeetR'pe and 9  ,NCY CLOPEDIA & 6UIO[ W ¢ WHOLE ................................................ LB ..... "!- ES V Still Time To Get VOLUME I :G: ' ong Green ( | introductoP/ l