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1963 I]ELTON--MASON COUNTY JOURNAL-- Published in "Christmastown U.S.A."., Shelton. Washington PAGE 5 t Family Welcome Daughter And Family )er and i home Ellen. and Smith last Smith and Linda arrived Ala. where stationed the Smith and their trail- Parked at the for the next leaves soorl in Korea. were din- r parents' home. at the Daw- were the Mr. and of Portland, overnight and Grandpa on- lake. out over to try their their limits, wea- Seattle, Ta- ste well rep- Day Aberdeen to Jack Set- and chil- War- Elmer ruee Ansar- Isbells; and on her foot last Saturday to re- move the nail from ier toe. Mrs. Everett Sellers dropped by Satur- day to visit with her. Entertaining guests Saturday evening were Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Springer when they had a visit from Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth How- ard of Matlock. and Mr. L. F. Cook of Montesano. Mrs. Sam Ogg and children. Shelton, Mrs. Hazel McCallum. Se- attle, and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Widener of Brady were all Satur- day evemng guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Archie Kelley. A1 Tupper's birthday was cele- brated at dinner last Saturday ev- ening with family and friends. Sunday afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Ford w-ere visited by Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Booth and family. Driving down from Bremerton were Mrs. Paul Webster and son, Terry and Robert and Wally Ward to be Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Amel Tveit. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cooper vis- ited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Byron McClanahan. Shelton, after attending the funeral of Mr. Mc- Clanahan's brother. Dale McClana- hail. Lake Nahwatzel and Matlock area lost one of the few remind- ors of the old days of logging, when "Lightening", Chappell and Chappell logging hoi'se passed away last week. Dr. Edwin Hewitt, professor of Mathematics at the University of Washington, displays the Phi Betta Kappa key to four Southwestern Wash. stu- dents who were initiated into the national scholas- tic honorary recently. The students, from left to right, are Nels Laulalainen and Robert Coldwell, Longview; William Briggs, Shelton and Katharine Graham, Aberdeen. All of the new .members had at least a 3,5 grade point .average obt of a possi- ble 4.0 Dayton Ladies Club To Have Next Meeting June 18 At Community Hall Clemon's a sur- hus- lgene Joy , Ore., in on the sons, John coaing enjoy oil the tray- Mrs. Aloha as Week- Ralph and dough- the Junior- Miss arrivi a few visited ley home. didn't Week sonle visit 'friends beau- fish- by their .r. and Mrs. Y When they together. Hickson spent the grandmother, going out Mrs. Sam With ring a day and a }ittle ir trip last I Ms. Art Mr. and SOme of and trees went over to Weekend guests at the Frank Cooper home were. Eddie Holmes, McChord Field and Frank Coop- er, Jr., Payne Field. Mr. Cooper, Jr. left Sunday on his special, as- signment in Turkey for four months. ' Mrs. Cooper attended a Tuber- culosis Association dinner at the Alderbrook Inn asguest of Mrs, Vern Davidson last Tuesday. The bookmobile, representi.ng South Puget Sound Regional Li- brary, will have a summer sched- ule serving the Lake NahwatzQl area. It will come every other Friday, wkh the exceptions of hol- idays, starting on June 21, making its stop at the Resort around 10:15 a.m. Lake residents may obtain books for themselves or "their chil- dren without a library card. To Lale To Glassify MOTHF, R AVAILABLE for baby sit- ting pre-schooler week days ill her fenced home. Phone 426-2009. w 6/6-20 ,FURNISHED-two room cabin for rent. outside city limits. $25 per roD. Phone 426-4276. C 6/6 tin TWO BEDROOM HOME [or sale on five acres of Christmas tree land. seven miles north of Shelton on 101. Call after 6 p.m. 426-8842. FOR SAL] Hidden hideaway, nest- led andd tall evergcens, This at- tractive two bedroon] honle is lo- cated on four acres just minutes from h)wn. Only $8.800 with 15% d6wn. Call Mann Real Estate 426- 6592. IV[ 6/6 man to rent neat. clean, one bed- roon] downtown apartment partly furnished. $42.50 per roD. Call Kuri Mann Realtor. 426-6592. 6/6 rigerator in good operating shape. H. Parry Jones, 312 Alder. Phone 426-6519, 6/6 GOOD TRANSPORTATION -- 1947 Pontiac. $60. Call 426-8838 ai'ter 5 By Mabel Kidd Warren Williams. and fa- James :eports she DAYTON - Ladies' Club will hold its next meeting on Tues- day, June 18 with Mrs, Cliff Combs as hostess. Percy Funk who is now residing in Oakland, .Calif.. visited Satur- day in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Leg! Publications CAUSE NO, 8085 NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE .OF IItAL ESTATE Under General Execution IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON FOR MASON COUNTY ARNOLD REX and BERNICE REX. husband and wife, dba REX FLOOR COVERING. Plaintiff VS. IDA A. BOQUIST. aka IDA BOQUIST. individually and as trustee [or her minor children Defendant Under and by virtue of a general execution issued out of and under the seal of tile Superior Court of the State o[ Washington. in and for said Coun- ty, on the 1st day of Marc.h. 1962. upon a judgment rendered in said Court on the 80th day of November 1961. in favor of Arnold Rex and Ber- nice Rex. hushand and wife. dba Rex Floor Covering. and against Ida A. Boquist. aka Ida Boquist. individually and as trustee for her minor children. judgment debtor for the' sum of om" Hundred Forty-One and 15/100 Dollars. together with attmncy's fees interest. costs and increased costs, and to hie dii'ectcd and delivered I did on the 3:Ist day of May, 1963, levv upon all" the right title and mte,-est of said judgment d6btor in and to the follow- ing descril)ed property to satisfy said judgment, to-wit: A tract of land in Govt Lot 1 Sbc. 28 Twp 22N. R 1 West. W.M. Ma- son County. Washington pa 'ticllarly described as folh)ws: I?,e:.* al a point on theEast linP sd Govt. Lot I which is 411.36 feet South of NE Cor there- of: tl. South atg sd East line 50 ['eet to a car axle lnarkina the NE cot of a ll-act of land owned by Wilbur L. Milliron and wife: running th alg the North line thcrcof West 600 feet and South 82030 , West 266.70 feet to n cat" axle n]arkir.g the NW cor of sd Milliron tract located on the nleandcr line: thence North 9,t5 , Wesl alg sd meander lille 50 feet to 6/6-13-20-27 7/4 5t - INVITATION TO BID 1. Notice to Bidders Sealed bids will be received by the Board of Directors of Shelton Consol- idated School District No, 309 at the office of the Superintendent of Schools located at the Evergreefi School Eighth and Pine, Shelton, Washington, until TI , June 20 2:00 p.m., P.D.T.. lursdaJ. "hicl'l 1963. for the General Contract, w includes mechanic01 and electrical work,, for the construction of Alter- ations aitd Additions for Central Kit- chen Facilities at the Irene S. Reed High ' School Alder . and. Seventh Streets, Shelton. Washington, and sep- arate Sealed bids for kitchen facilities and equi)ment for the new Central Kit- chen, and the sid bids will then and there be publicly openedand read aloud. Bidders and 0thers properly in terested' are invited to be present at She bid o0ening. ,Bids received after the time fixed for opening chnnot be considered, " - " 2. Documepts .... and con Specifications, inetuaing -Dis tract documents and drawings, may he examined at the offices of tile As- sociated General Contractors in Seattle and Tacoma; the lan Bureau, Seattle; Associated Sub-Contractors of Wsh- ington, Tacoma" and Olympic Plan Service. Olympia Washington. Bona- fide bidders may obtain two sets on- ly at lhe office of the architect, G. Stacey Bennett, A.I.A.. and Associates, 214 Union Avenue Building, Olympia. Washington. upon deposiy" of a'eheck" payable to t, he architect in the amoun of $2500 fro. each set. Shouli a bi0.der wish additional sets or parts of sets, :he may obtain them by paying tle Cost of reproduction. 3, Refund. of Deposits The full amount of deposits foreacl set of documents secured by bidders from tlie architect will be refunded to bonafide bidders upon return of the documents in good condition to -the architect's office at or. before tle time set fpr opening bids. There will be no refuted for th return of addi- tional sets or parts of sets, Plan hold- p,nl. B 6/6 tile SW eor of a tract of lnnd here- .................................... tofore sold on contract by thP grant- 16 FT. DAY CRUISER. 35 h.p. Evin- ors herein U) Corlland V. Jollnscn rude electric motor. Tilt-Holslaw and wife: rnn lh alg the Sonlh trailer and white snap-en cover, 426- line of sd Joilnsen Iraet North 82'30 ' 83,14, C 6/6 tin East 300 ft.. nn)re or less. to a lit CHIIIUAHUA TERRIER puppies f,i: which is 70 ft. south of the North sale, Inquire 2020 Washington St. line thereof:, th East 580 feet. more $10 each. A 6/6 or less. to the POB. SUBJECT to FOR SALE -- 1948 Chevrolet engine pipeline easement as emHained in and 4-speed transmission. Very good deep from F, M. Sisson & Clara conditiofi. $65, Inquire 2020 Wash- E. Sisson lo Fred B. Sisson. daidd ington or 207 Satsop St. A 6/6 Feb. 20. 1923. filed for ve('ord March F--OR---SA--IE -- One 8 ]:t. over-head 5, 1923 as Auditor' Fee No. 40039 and recorded iff Book 41 of Deeds ,on garage door. Very reasonable, Call page 374. records of Mason County. Were 426-6,515. E 6/6-20 Wffshington EXCEPT THAT portion by SMALL LUNCH COUNTER and tavern of same lying easterly of State High- for lease. Shows good net income, way No. 14B. of Call before noon. 426-3461. R 6/6-13 NOW THEREFOR. NOTICE IS FOR SALE -- 1962 18 ft. Terry house- I-IEREBY GIVEN. That on Friday. the trailer. Cost $3.000. wilI sell for 12th day of July. 1963, at 10 o'clock $250 cash. Star Route 1, Box 195. in_the Forenoon of said day. I will Grapeview Robert Br'uhahn, sell the above described property, or 6/6-20 so much thereof as may be necessary F-Oi' SALE --1949 8/4-ton Stude})-'e) to satisfy said judgment, together pickup..$135. Phone 426-6164. with attorney's fees interest, costs ahd inez;eased cost in all amounting " - , A 66-20 ............. (iDOF=HANK S !% to the sum of Six Hundred One and 35/100 Dollars,, plus Sheriff's costs. The famil: and 'relatives of the late Said sale will take place at the O. C. I-Iodgson wish to thank all the East door of the Court House at 4th friends that -sent flowers, cards and & Pine said County and State, and gifts. A special thanks to the Shelton will be I public auction, for cash in Valley Grange for the nice lunch, hand to the highest and best bidder. TheH0dgsoh family Dated at Shelton. Wash.. this 4th day of June. 1963. In Student Home Sheriff of Said County. By Thora Bassett. Deputy Recent houseguests of Mrs. Gertrude Scott were her brother and wife. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Nichols of Apple Valley, Calif. Weekend guest of Mrs. Bernard Rishel was Mrs. Mabel Biggs of Bremerton. Mrs. J. V, r. Rayson is now at home after a short stay in the hospital with a fractured arrn and had as Sunday guests, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Luhm of Elma. Saturday overnight and Stutday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Eeab Combs were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Edwards and Larry, Leslie and Maurice Pearson of Seattle. Join- ing the group on Sunday after- n0on for a visit were Mr. and Mrs. Manley Michler and sons. Olym- pia. Mrs. Clyde Michler, Los Bo- zarth and 2Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Combs and family. Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Gary Cole and children and Mr. and Mrs. Warren Williams and girls attend: ed the wedding of Gary'.s sister, Karen to John Price held in the Methodist church. The young cou- ple will make its home in Se- attle. THE J. C. TIBBITS family of Chehalis spent Sathrday overnight in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dell Adams. Mrs. Cecil McLain and children were visitors Memorial Day in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Lemke. Mrs. May Carey of Portland was \\;Vednesday through Sunday house- guest of Mrs. Gertrude Scott. MRS. PETE ROBERTS and Bill motored to Kirkland MemoriaI Day and visited with her Slsters, Mrs. John Gates and Mrs. Vernon Stonefelt. Visiting Sunday in the Cloqual- hun home of Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Anderson were Mrs. A1 Chappell and childl'en and Mra \\;Valter Chappell and family. The John Rock family Mrs. Clyde Mictiler and {he Cliff Combs enjoyed a picnic Sunday at \\;Vy- nooche Fails. Sunday dinner guest's in the 'Bernard Rishel holle were ]VI . and Mrs: W. A. Leimback o Hoods- pot% Mr, and Mrs. Lyle Leim- back and children and Mr. Joe Lokebill, Shelton. The Robert Lemke family of Seattle spent the weekend at their Lake Nahwatzel summer howie. James Schur left fro: Seattle Thursday to spend a couple days with his brother, John ad then return to Langley Air Force Base in Virginia. Mr. and Mrs. Alan Ford are now the proud owners of a rare breed of dog, Australian Terrier. This new addition answers to the name of Charlie. THE 'PETE Blomfiold Mclrvin and r and Ts' Allan , . Jerry Bloomfield attended the baccalaur- eate services Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Schuffen- hauer attended the Teitzel, Nix family re-union held O.a Sunday in Centralia at Borer Park. Tlere was an approximate one hundred and fifty present. ' The Ernest Todds of Manchester were Thursday callers in the L. A. Todd home. Tuesday Callers in the L. A. Todd home were :Mrs. A1 Frazier knd 'boys, Shelton, and Mrs. Mar- vin Hewer and Tony of Manches- tel'. The Merlin Rickard's family ac- compani'ed by 'Mrs. Jim Iester and Betty motoged to Tacoma Satur- day afternoon to visit Mr.,/,,ester at the Mountain View Hospil;al. Sunday dinner guests Of Mr. and Mrs. L, B. Pharris was. son and wife Mr. and Mrs FI'ed Pharris Seattle. " ' Mvv.e%ne.sday afternoon, Mr. and ---- --V*'. ere Bloomfield anff san, Mr. and Mrs. Claude Mclrvin and Alan and Mr,. and Mi-S. Jerry Bloomfield hiked into Pine Lake to spend ,the night mid enjoy, fish- ing. Mr. and Mrs. L A. Todd called on Mrs. Signe Kneeland on Sun- day, Monday callers in the L. A. Todd home were :Mrs. O. C. Hodgson, Harvey and a daughter, Mrs. A. M. Farr of Boney,. Minn., and Mary McCann. MEMORIAL DAY, Mrs. Ruby Hitching and the Russell Rickards. Shelton and the :Merlin Rickards enjoyed picnicking at XVynooche Falls. Bob, Marcy and Sharon Laney, .ors who do not submit a bonafide Shelton, were gttests in the L. B. bid and do not return .the docmfientS Pharris home, at least tlree days bfore the time Friday evening callers in the set for opening bids will forfeit the full amount of tlmir deposits. . , home of Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Schu- By order of: Shelton Consolidated ffenhauer were Mr, and Mrs. Pad- Scllool Difilrict No. 309. dock of CleEhlm and Mr. and Mrs. [ BYclerk. M:S. DORIS K. I-IILLh{AN.6/6_13_20 3t Anion Charlson. Shelton. ME--About 250 persons attended the open in the home built by the Irene S, Reed for Mr. and ,Mrs. Nell Dethlefs. tells one of the visitors somethin'g Use is in the 1200 block of Laurel Street, WINS AWARD--John J. Flow- er, son of Mr. and Mrs. Len Flower. Shelton, was recently presented a $25 award by the Serra Club of Tacoma for his first place essay in the annual vocational essay contest spon- ed by the Serra Club of Seattle. He placed first in Division 1 for fifth and sixth grade boys in the contest. The contest included all of Western Washington. World War IVets To Meel June 13 Madrona Barracks No 1462. Veterans of World War [ and Aux- iliary will hold their June meet- ing June 13 at the Memorial build- ing. The joint meetings will be de- voted to the selection of delegates to the State Convention of the Veterans of World War I and Aux- iliary in Spokane early In July. Exact dates will bc announced later. The business sessions will be followed oy a social hour during which refreshments will Be served by the ladies of the Auxilia, ry. Sod Webworm May Be.Cause Of Brown Lawn If spots in your lawn turn brown, no matter how much )lt water, check for sod webworms. It is likely that these caterp'i]- lars. the .larvae of the lawn moths, are. doing the damage. Lawn moth larvae spend the win- ter in sill-lined tunnels right.in the base of your lawn grass. Com- ing,spring, they lounge around, in their silken tunnels during the day. At night and on cloudy days they come out and gorge on the grass, chewing off blades at the grown. Getting good control of sod web- worms pivots on three 'points: Ap- plying insecticides to lawn turt in late afternoon, pn t tin g on enqugh of the il/seeticide, and wa- tering in the insecticide to put it Harstine Couple Enjoying Visit From Daughter, New Granddaughter By Dnnettc Glaser leave for California in two weeks. HARSTINE Lois and Jack Meek finally feel like grandpar- ents Their daughter, Mrs. Robert ,Vonnie/ Stamborsky and daugh- ter Suzie arrived on HarstIne Sun- day from Glasgow. Mont.. for a month's visit. Little Suzle;s very anx-ous to mcet Islanders and will attend the selmol picnic. She is jusI six weeks old. Saturday evening Mrs. Gordon Simmons was the honor guest at a He will enter Glendale Junior Col- lege in the fall. Our very best to you Harlin. The Hy Burtches and the Ling- wolds spent the weekend at their summer homes at Point Wilson. Jim and Naoma Lohrer had guests this weekend who arrived by cruiser. The Walt Lohrers of Devils Head, the Bingers in their big Alaskan Hunter. the John Mallorys and Robert Bakers and birthday party at home, Mr. and Mrs. Sid. and Mr, and Mrs. Nels Baunsgard, Al and Monica Pridham and Mrs. Buelah Bassendale. and the birthday girl's lmsband, Gordon. attended. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Tierney entertained at a, card party bar- bceue at their home on the north end. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. George Waite Jr., Gene Seward. Jack Meeks. James Mc- Auliffe. Larry Jerrells, Jim Walk- er, and Helen Lamers. Dot' Smith, George Howard. Ben Rigney, Har- tin Jel:x;ells, Dan McAuliffe. Cheryl, Mike. Jeff, Meeks, Bill, Edd, Dave and Cindy Waite, Irvie Vingert and Mrs. Edith Smalley. o FRIDAY EVENING Mi Moore attended a birthday dinner honor- ing her grandson Bucky Christo- pher at the Christopher home in Olympia. She returned Saturday, bringing grandson Eric. and great the Simmons their guests. THE HARSTINE Island school picnic was held Tuesday. We'll tell you about it next week as this is written on Monday. School was dismissed for the summer on Wednesday. Ed \\;Vaite, Sue Glaser and Wands Laur comlleted their Island education and will enter Junior High in tbe fall. Our teach, or, Mrs. Green will enjoy the sununer at her home in Bremer- ton. She will return in the fall Dale McClanahan Funeral Service Held Monday The funeral service for Alfred Dale McClanahan. 117 East D St.., was held at 2 p.m. Monday at the Batstone" Funeral Home. inter- merit was in Veterans Cemetery, Shelton. Rev. R. R. Rings offic- iated. Mr. McClanahan died May 26 at Edna Bay, near Kitchikan, Alas- ka at the age of -36. He was borl October 4, 1926 in Competition, Mo. IIe was a member of this community most nf his life. and had been working in Alaska for about the past year as a logger. :He fought in the Korean war. Survivors include his wife. Carol. Shelton: three sons. Patrick. Mich- ael and evin, at the family home; his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. McClanahan. Shelton; a btlmr, Byron, Shelton. G. L. Pettyjohn Taken By Death and will teach here next year. Glenn L Pettyjohn, 59. died at We made a bo-boo. It was FIor- the Clinic hospital May 29. He once, "not. Lawl'ence Jerrells, who made his home at Route 2 Box will be our new bus driver. John Hitchhoc] will make his last bus run Friday, climaxing 21 years as 'Our bus driver". SEVERAL MEMBERS of Har- stine Island grange will attend the state Grange Convention in Port Angeles next Week. Still oth- eys will drive to Port Angeles on grandson Robbie with hei'. Satur- Thursday and receive the sixth de- day evening her daugh.ter, Reba. gree. and Elmon Christopher arrlved for School board will meet Monday at 7:30 p.m. at the school Sunday Lois Mocks. Bill 'WaKe and twins Pat and Vincent Glaser will celebrate their birthday anni- versarys. Happy Birthday to eact of you from all your Island friends. overnight and on Sunday grand- daughter Linda and Bill Walker, all of Olympia. came and a work party was soon in progress finish- ing Grannie's patio. Harlin Jerrells celebrated his 18th birthday Saturday. Sunday he attended baccalaureate excreises in Shelton. Harlin will graduate from ISR Friday and plahs to Six Years Of &hod Part-Time Brings Degree 'ARLO WETTER Commencement exercises at St. Martin's College in Olympia brought to a close six years of at- tending school part time and wor- king to support his family in be- tween for Arlo Wetter of Shelton. He received his degree in edu- cation and will next year teach at Castle Rock, He will start on his advance education during the summer session at St. Martins. He an dhis wife, Mary, have three children. Suzanne. a fresh- man at Western Washington State College, Bellingham,; Rosemary, a sophomore at Irene S. Reed high school and Kevin. a seventh grad- er in Shelton Junior High. Mr. and Mrs. Wetter were mar- ried in .Worcestershire. England, in 1943 while he was serving in the Cantdian Air Force. He was later shot down in ac- tion Over Germany and spent 20 months in a German Prison cmnp. School Board Sets June 20 For 6ids On Gentral Kilchen The Shelton SchoolBoard. at a special meeting Tuesday night, set 2 p.m. June 20 for the opening of bids on a central kitchen to be installed in the Irene S. Reed building this summer. The board approved plans from G. Stacey Bonnet, Olympia arch- itect, for the kitchen facihy. The plan is to have all food for the cafeterias in the school system prepared in the single central kit- chen Space for the new facility was availahle when part of the High School was moved to the addition to the Grant C.Angle building, completed last winter. ......................... Begins NeW Job--Ralph Horton, Shelton began his duties Mon. as Mason County's Civil efense Director. He was named by the county commission last week to succeed retiring Harry Carlon. Woman From Denmark Visiting Brother On Harstine Island 1 By Donette R. Glaser in Hemet, Calif,, and of trips they ] have taken. The Bill Glasers of Ta coma spent the weekend with Bills mother Ml's, Anna Glaser, Bill in- troduced his young sons Marc and Randy to goeduck digging. THE GLENN YATES and Max- ine Waite spent Friday oiling the road in front of the Yates*, and with Mason County. Th e m0un - Waite homes on the center road. tains, rivers and saw water ira- 'The George Waites entertainea press her greatly. They motored at a Beach Party Saturday night to Seattle last week and attend- on the beautiful beach of George ed a 50th wedding anniversarf Howards. Guests were the Jack party and the scenery, and beatl- ]Y[eeks family, The Dick Sewards, tiful weather, all made the trip Ken Droscher and Mike Harpe r . Harley and Ruth Yates and children of Seattle and Mrs. Flor- ence Baker, Salem, Ore., visited the Stan Yates this week. They al- so met little Lisa Yates and af- ter much consideration decided she was just what the family down Lo the grass crown level. Harstine Miss Johanna ChUtist - Here's how ---- 'measure your ensen of Copanhagen, Denmark or- lawn. In the late afternoon, just rived in Mason County Vil Green- before dusk, dust on five per land and the north'pole. She went cent aldrin or heptachlor or toxa- to Los Angeies then 'took another phone dust. Be sure you apply plane to Sea-Tac where she was uniformly five pounds of dnst for met by her brother and ister-in-" each ,000 square feet of lawn law  Flo and Eric Christensem area. Then turn on the lawn sprin- This is Miss Christensen first trip klers to -soak the :insecticide down to America and she is just thrilled a long to be remembered thing, This is the second time Eric has seen his sister as he met her for the first time when he made a trip to Denmark in 1952. She plans to spend most of the summer here and Eric and Flo have many trips, "to the grass crown, level. Repeat he treatment to catch successive broods. . " Haveyou noticed he Bear Grass blooming, among the Christmas trees north of town. The dr eat,o creamy-white, flower heads of this magiaificent member .of the "lily family, are sc.attred among the farmed trees. They glow pearly opalescence a few moments after sundown. As evening shadows fall, it is very satisfactory to walk among We are pleased to report no one was injured and the ear was tow- ed away Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Saeger, Jan and her royal Princess Lorna at- tended the Qn e e ns .Baffquet in SheIton Thursday  night. Lorna, representing Harstine Sehool was presented td the Qffeen. They re- turned by special ferry after the Banquet. i " The Paul Chaffees entertained Sunday night with a gory duck d!nner. The George Wangelins, Ty Greens, and Jim Lohrers attend- ed. After the lovely dinner Chaffee showed coior slides of the Rose Parade and of their winter home needed and that she "fills the bill". BERT DEYETTE and family visited the Dale Peughs and en- joyed the nice weather, low tides and picnic dinner Sunday. Lilas Garden is up and ier flowers are just beautiful. " The Harstine Island School chil- dren and their teacher Mrs. Green cordially invite all Islanders, (and Maintanders toot to attend their Ammal School Picnic at the Gar- olds Cove State Park Tuesday, at 10:30 a,m, This is a I)0L luck affair. Dm:ing disasters, such as hur- ricatles and floods, millions of dof lars in cash have been lost for- ever. Family assets in the f0T of Savings Bonds. however, are al- ways protected since the Treas- ury replaces lost bonds without charge. the Bear Grass. Its beauty is re- all in Western Washington ptan- flected to us in the gorgeous ned. Welcome to America, and Ms- bloom of hundreds of tiny flowers son County Miss Christensen in a single head. This is its wor- THERE'WS A ONE CAR roll th: the thr411.of seeing the util- over accident at saegers Corner ization of a wild thing withont on the low road Satnrday niglt. cmmuming it. The L. A. Todds ,'and Mr. and Mrs, Eldon Todd and son attended the baccalaureate service Sunday. Weekend guests of Mr. arid Mrs. Hans Lund were Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bolling and children of Yakima. Joining the group on Sunday for picnicking at Stair- case were the Marvin Ltmds, Bay- shore, the Jack Ghramms,' Union Mrs. luth B611ingl nd Rosemary Knutzen, S]e'fton. Use Journal Want Ad S 162 and had lived in the commun-. ity for the past 25 years. He worl ed as a shipfitter in the Bremei ton Navy Yard. Mr. Pettyjohn was born March 2, 1904 n Mammoth, Mo. The funeral was hold last Sat- urday at 2 p.m. at the Batstone Funeral Home with Roy. Eugene Knautz officiating. Internen was in Shelton Memorial Palm Survivors include his wife. Dor- othy, Shelton; two sons. Jack, Olympia, and Barry, Shelton; two daughters, Mrs. Elaine Poier. Rud- yard, Montana, and Mrs. MargJe Knudson, Shelton; three sisters, 3/[rs. Margie McCutlougb, Alame- da, Calif.. Mrs. Gertrude Cociwan. Ms.. and Mrs. Fotehman. Calif.; a brother. A. Pettyjohn, Ontario, Calif. Emery M. Lord Dies In California A one-time S h e 1 L on resident, Emery M. Lord passed away Tuesday in Downey, Calif, at the age of 74. The funeral is being held today at the Rose Funeral Home in Whittier, Calif. Mr. Lord. brother to Albert Lord, Shelton. lived here several years during the 1930's. He was a Navy career man, having spent 40 years in the service including his reserve time. He also worked part of the tinm as a mechanic. J. Korzenioneski Called By Death John Korzenioneski, Route I, Box 267, passed away at. the age of 84 last Sunday at his home. He was born i Poland on June 24, 1878 md was a retired dairy farmer. The funeral will be held at 2 p.m. I oday, at the Batstone Fun- oral Home with Father Mark Weiehmann officiating. Interment will be in Shelton Memorial Park. Survivors include 'his wi'fe, :Mag- dalene, Elma; a son. Henry, Lil- !iwaup; a daughter, Anna Castle. Shelton and two granddaughters md one grandson. Eatwell Infant Graveside Rites A graveside service was held Wednesday at 2 p.m. at the Shel- ton M:emoria] Park for baby David EatweII,Clyde Eatxell,infant son of Mr. and Mrs. The infanL was born May 31 at the Sheiton 'General h0spfl:al and passed away the same tay, IN POLICE COURT Appearing on the docket  in Shelton Police Court before Judge Rolla Halbert Monday night were Edwin L. Gosser, negligent driving and violation of safety responsi- bility act, $35 fine, 10 days in jail suspended and $50 fine: Inza Sny- der. drunk in public. $10 forfeit; Norman Adams. negligent driving, no operator's license, $110 .{or- .felt; . , John F, Dallam, driving while intoxicated no operator's license !aulty equipment continued; Viv- an l)ynkoop drunk in public, $5 orfeit; Richmond Saeger, drunk a public, $10 forfeit; Kurt Wyn- mop, drunk in public, $50 forfeit; . ruman Nelson, drunk in public, $10 forfeit; Harold F. Allen, safe- ty responsibility violation, faulty equipn{ent, continued; RusseffRo- gets drunk in public. $10 forfeit; Dean :Manberg, no operator's lic- ense, $5 forfeit; Chester Leeburg, speeding, $10 forfeit: Clande Eatwell, minor cOn- suming and drunk in public $25 f0rfeit; Walt Henry Jr., drunk in public, $10 forfeit; Walter S Hen- derson, riving while intoxicated, not guilty speeding, $20 fine; :i- las Ioffat, drunk in public, $10 forfeit; Wag Henry Jr, drunk in public, $25 forfeit. BUILDIN PERMITS Building permits approved by the Mason County Commission in- clude to J. C. Bridger, alteratio and addition to residence, $3,000; John J. Pettyjohn, wood cabin $971; Glenn E. Thontpson. Wood cabin, $1,000; James Walker WOod cottage, $1,000: Dr. Geor e Race wood cabin -1 'on- v,:,'_ g . ' wood cabin, $2,500; Robert W. Strange, wood residence, $2,500; Leonard Bonnet, rock veneer on hnuse. $200: James Hickson, metal addition t() bam. $2,400; Mary M. Iight School District, From e" school building, $84,000; V Theo- dore Ness rest rooms and shod:or, $/,000i Herbert Nelson, wood shel- tel-, $100 and John B, Kelley, re- mcctel residence, 8?[,000. Nearly seven million school chin dren have He opportunity o:phr- I chase U. S. Saying's Stamps' d { Bonds through the Trea, s [School Savis prog-am. Saving [Stamps purdhased annuaily t amomtt t) about 18 m:illion dol- l iars,