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PAGE 12 SI-IELTON--1VfASON COUNTY JOURNAL- Published in "Christmastown, U.8.A.", Lilliwaup Community Club Plans Card Party By Mrs. NeLl Vance LILLIWAUP -- Lilliwaup Com- munity Club will hold its next business meeting Friday evening, A. potluck dinner will be served at 6 p.m. to members and friends. The btuuiness meeting will be call- ed to order at 7 p.m. by the pres- ident. Jack Leimback. Pinochle will be played, and will begin at.8 p.m. This will be the last party in a. series of flve. Priz- es will be given for the highest s:cores in the series. Millie Diesen and Daisy Vance will be hostesses for the card party. The public is invited to attend. Elinor Chapter O.E.S. Social club met at the Jackson Cove Re- sort at Brinnon last Monday, with Mrs. Corda Watkins as hostess. A delicious potluck dinner was serv- ed at noon. with the business meeting following. Downtown overlooMng the picturesque waterfront... near finest shops, financial :! and business districts. Deluxe l accommodations with teleph'one and IV. Finest food in Coffee I; House and unique Bavarian Beer Stube with lively folk music. Parking on premises. Another affi liatlon of Lamplighter Motor Inns - Write, wire or call for Reservations. TWX 206-998-0547 PLANS WERE formulated for a munmage sale to be held at the PUD building in Shelton June 21 and 22. Plans were also made for a pic- nic. to be held at the Potlatch State Park July 22. Those enjoying the afternoon were Medames Pearl Schmidt, Evelyn Nicholson. Eleanor Astley, Edna Haines, Maybelle Wilson. Mayme Kaare and Esther Chris- tensen of Hoodsport area, Eleanor Pierce, Addle Schaufler. Frances Moake, and Erna Martin of Lil- liwaup, Marie Turner of Union Mr. and Mrs. Joe Huntley and Mrs. Zona Sann and daughters Barbara and Mary of Shelton. Hood Canal Garden Club met last Thursday at the Lilliwaup Community Club house a good crowd attending. A potluck din- ner was served at 12:30 by the committee. Mesdames Frances Moake, Elizabeth Dailey, Katlryn Beardsley and J. E. Schoenberger. Plans were fonlnulated for the rose hmcheon to be held in June, and committees were appointed from each district to decorate ta- bles. MR. AND MRS. Edward T. Knox of Tacoma visLted at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Nick Sceva Sunday. Mrs. Knox is tlm sister of Mrs. Sceva. Jack Dwyer is confined to Shel- ton General hospital. His many friends wish him a speedy recov- ery. Mr. and Mrs. Nell Vance mo- tored to Tacoma Tuesday to visit their sons and families, Arthur Burg of North Lake. and 5ohnnie Burg of Tacoma. They returned home late Wednesday evening. Their granddaughter, Nelda Jean, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Burg, accompanied them lmme for a few days' vacation. Her par- ents spent the weekend with the Vanees and she returned home with them Sunday evening. With The Northwest's Most Respected Products RIGOLD WE SALUTE THE 'DAIRY FARHERS OF HASON AND KITSAP COUNTIES Yes, June is Dmry Month and we wish to take this opportunity to pay recognition and pay THANKS to our dairy farmers FOR A JOB WELL DONE. We especially want to say THANKS for the good nutritious dairy foods that do so much to keep the people of our communities Strong and healthy. SO, during June Dairy Month, we salute you, The DAIRY FARMERS of Mason and Kitsap Counties. KITS,AP- MASON DAIRY Shelton Plant 3rd & Grove Streets Phone 426-4473 May we now Announce and Congratulate our SUNKIST ORANGE SWEEPSTAKES WINNERS W. E. HALL, Bremerton ............ $100 first prize MRS. E. B. CLARK, Silverdale .. $80 second prize A.  E. GRAYELL, Port Orchard ..$60 third prize RAYMOND GLASS, Port Orchard $50 4th prize KEITH BEAVER, Port Orchard $45 fifth prize BEN STAHL, Bainbridge Island; H A R O L D LEWIS, Suquamish; MRS. GLEN C. LORANCE, Gig Harbor; BLONDIE B R E V I C K, Poulsbo; MRS. SAI{AH S. BROWN, Port Orchard; MRS. F. L. WHITEHEAD, Bremerton; 6th thru llth prizes from $40 to $15, March 5, 1919. Several Belfair Young People Taking Interesting Trips During Vacation By Ichel Freelin BELFAIR Even with summer regidents arriving for the season, top news in this community seems to be the departures, with a num- ber of young people leaving this week for interesting expermnces in other places. Lora Davis. a North Mason sen- ior next year, left Monday morn- ing by charter bus from Tacoma to attend Girls' State. held this year at Central Washington Col- lege in Ellensburg. The first few days of her stay there will be giv- en over to election of officers and officials as the girls from through- out Washington study the make-up and principles of state and munici- pal government for an eight day session. Lora. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas W. Davis of the old high- way, will be the first representa- tive from North Mason to attend this event. Her sponsors are mem- bers of the Auxiliary to the Bre- merton American Legion, who made the selection from five girl finalists from the junior class. THIS ALSO IS the week for Sallie Tray is, who flies to Mexico City for a two-months stay with the ArtUro Reynas family and study at a high school there as previously reported. Still another local girl, Miss Connie Harris, North Mason Vale- dictorian for the class of 1963 leaves tomorrow for a two and a half week American Heritage tour of places of historic interest in the east. Connie will be a group of 35 high school students who will travel by train to Chicago, then by charter bus to such places as Gettysburg, Williamsburg, Phil- adelphia, Boston, 'ew York and Washington, D.C. :Not all the emphasis will be on history, as the group will also have a chance to attend a New York play, and tour ar galleries and the Smithsonian Institute on their trip. Connie, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Harris, will be coming home July 1. and returning to her summer work at SeaFare on the South Shore. IT 1VILL BE a full summer away from home for James Hunt, also a N.M. student and son of the William Hunts, who left this week with the Vance Shephards for summer work on their new ranch near Maupin, Ore. An interesting suntmer is also scheduled for Peter Merrill of the North fason teaching staff, who has been awarded an expense-free summer fellowship at Claremont College, Pomona. Calif. Merrill, who teaches social science, history and economics courses at the high school, is one of 50 social studies teachers from 11 western states to receive the economics fellow- ship, sponsored by the General Electric Co. Mrs. "William Gibson left for California this past week. flying back to her Long Beach home to join her husband who had driven down several weeks ago. The Gib- sons had been at their summer home here since mid-March, all too short a stay for their many friends along the North shore. MISS VALARIE Weisel, Hon- ored Queen of the local Job's Daughters; Mr. and Mrs. Earl An- derson, guardians; Mrs. Richard Weisel, and a group of the girls will be attending Grand Session at" Washington State University at Pullman this week. Also rep- resenting Bethel 43 at the session will be the Misses Christine Isen, past Honored Queen; and Cheryl Noggle, Sandy McKean, Myrna Schroeder. Paulette McLean and Linda Butterfield. Very welcome recent visitors in this community were Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Bergstrom, formerly of Great Falls, Mont.. and .now of Eugene, Ore. Mrs. Bergstrom is the former Janet Sue Schlee, who grew up on the canal where her parents, the Harry Schlees, were So. Shore res- idents for a number of years. Mr. Bergstrom, a graduate of San- ford, is continuing his work in EastAsian studies at the Univer- sity of Oregon, majoring in Asi- iatic languages. Janet Sue will be working as secretary to the head of the Geography department dur- ing their stay in Eugene. Another former South hore resident, the Rev. Ft. Patrick A. Denevan, graduated last week from Maryknoll Seminary in Maryknoll, N.Y. with masters de- grees in Philosophy and Religious Education. After attending Belfair grade and South Kitsap high school he began his studies at Olympic Col- lege, and has been at Maryknoll since 1955. He is the son of :Mrs. Frank Denevan, now of Seattle, who went East for the graduation exercises, and will be reopening her home here when the Rev. Fr. Denevan returns here for a short vacation. June 23, at 10:30 a.m. Fr. Dene- van will celebrate his first Solemn High Mass at Our Lady Star of the Sea Church in Bremerton. A reception at the parish house will follow. A POTLUCK picnic and wild- flower tour are planned by mem- bers of Rhododendron Garden club for their June 19 meeting, which will take them to Point Defiance Park in Tacoma. The group will meet at the iffome of Mrs. Robert Kelch to form car pools, wltn gas- oline expenses paid for from pro- ceed of the auction held at the April meeting. The group will not send a delegate to the State Con- vention, but instead is planning this outing which can be mUoyed by all the members of the club. Vacation Church School will be held at the Community church from June 17-21. All school age young people of the community, from ages six through high school, are welocme to the daily sessions which will run from 9 a.m. until noon, and include games, projects, activities and refreshments, as well as the more seriods studies. This year's theme is "The church and the world", and a staff of more than 20 teachers and helpers are giving their time for the week's activities. natlockGrange Wins Bowling Trophy In Port Angeles Last Week i, i ': "!! other one of its regular (lances :Mr. and Mrs. Lud Rossmaler Saturday evening. Music will be fmmished by the popular orches- tra "The Rambling Four". V[at- lock Grange took in two new mem- bers Friday evening: Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Hewson of Lake Nahwatzel. Mrs. Herbert Helin assisted by Mrs. Avis White of Oakville were hostess to the Elma, Montesano Chapter of Daughters of Pioneers at the Helin home. for a pot luck dinner last week Tuesday. Mr. and M. R. E. Bradberry of. Shelton were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Elvin Hear- rag. MR. AND MRS. RUSSELL Hun- ter and three children of Lyle, are spending this week with their folks. Mr. and Mrs, A. D. Hun- ter. Thursday evening the Elvin Hearings called at the Hunter home. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Cockburn and daughter Mae spent the week- end at Sunnyside with the form- er's folks. Mac Cockburn remained to spend a month or more with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Sharp and family of Olympia were Wednes- day evening supper guests at the Lud Rossmaier home. We are happy to report that Homer Adams came home from the V.A. hospital in Seattle Sat- urday. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Murphy and daughter Kathy moved back to Deer Lodge, Mont., last week Tu- esday. rl. AND MRS. El)WARD Val- ley called at the Clarence Crea- mer and Rodger Spalding homes on Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Valley spent Sunday at Lake Haven near Bclfair, with tim Lloyd House's oi Tacoma at their sunln]er home. Mr. and Mrs. Herber Helin at- tended the wedding Saturday eve- ning of Miss Jeanne Ball and F'anR Bm-lingame at the First Frcc Mctimdist church in Olym- pia. Tyler and Dave Boothe of Ho- q umm arc spending this week with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. I. C. Ford and Beth Brehmeycr spent last week with her grand- parents. " *.E Mr. and Mrs. Ray Schoening and family of Aberdeen called at the Herbert Brehmdyel' St. home unday evening. spent Thursday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Combs. The Lud Rossmaiers attended a birthday party in honor of Susan Goodbmm's second birthday at the Carl Goodburn home in Shelton Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Walker and sons Pat and Dan and Virginia Hollatz spent Sunday with the for- mer's folks. Mr. and Mrs. O. W. IValkcr of Auburn. THE KENNETH Howard ram- ily enjoyed dinner S-'urday with Mr. Howard's sister. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Zack o Aberdeen. :r. and Mrs. Harry Rickert of Hc!uiam and Mr. an:l Mrs. Dave Bowen of Montesano were Sun- dayidinner guests of Mr, and Mrs. Kenneth Howard. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Gronka of Olympia visited Mr. and Mrs. Ros- coe Crowell and Mrs. M. E. Crow- ell and Sunday. "They also called on quite a few old-timers In Mat- lock as Mrs. Gronka was the for- mer Mary Lutella and lived at Beeville. MRS. AUGUSTA Portman is staying with Mr. and Mrs. L.D. Portman of Shclton this week while Carl Portman is attending the State Grange Conventmn at Port Angeles. Mrs. Homer Adams called on Mr. and Mrs. Gene Brown Fri- day. Ghrislian Scientist Services Are Set CHRISTIAN SCIENTIST .... 18 G A Bible Lessou entitled "God the Preserver of Man" will be present- ed at this SUnday's services in Shelton First Church of Christ, Scientist. The Responsive Reading includes this verse: "The Lord shall pre- serve thy going out and thy com- ing in from this time forth, and even for evermore" (Ps. 121:8. Among selections from the Christian Science textbook will be this sentence: "Divine Love al-' ways has met and always will meet every hUYYtau need" ("Science and Health WiLh Key to the Scrip- turcs" by Mary Baker Eddy, p. 9), Shelton, Washington Thursday, Tax Advantages For Those Over 65 NEW YORK (SpeeiaB The 1.706 or so Mason County resi- dents who are 65 years or age or over are finding that t'mre are some definite advantages in being that old. They are also aware of some disadvantages. In fact. weighing one against the other, most of them would be quite willing to give up the advantages if they could lop off 15 or 20 of the years. The advantages in point are fi- nancial ones. They are discussed in a publication released by the Department of Health, Education and Welfare. SPECIFICALLY, they refer to the amount of money that the over-65 citizens save. just be- cause they are that old, in the way of Federal income taxes. On the basis of the official fig- ures, reported for the nation as a whole, it appears that the 1.706 in that category in Mason County saved hemselves an estimated $74,500 in such taxes in the past fiscal year. The Government finds that, from them and from the others in their age group throughout the country, it collected almost 3/4ths of a billion dollars less in the year than it would have received had they been under 65. The ac- tual figure is $742.000 000. The way it broke down nation- ally, according to the report, was $482,000.000 saved by these tax- payers by virtue of the $1,200 al- lowed them for personal exemp- tion, The rest of the population, afflicted with youth, could de- duct only $600. THE OLDSTERS were able to salvage another $140,000,000 through additional deductions granted them for medical expenses and $1.20.000.000 more via retire- ment income credit. For the plus 65-ers in Mason County, their savings of $74,500 consisted of $48,400 from the ex- tra allowance for personal exemp- tion, $14.200 from added medical deductions and $11,900 from re- tired income credit. In addition to the very respect- able amount that elderly taxpay- ers in the United States were able to rescue from the Federal cof- fers. some of them got a break on their state taxes as well. In 18 of the states, reports the Government. there are tax cred- its or exemptions of some sort that favor the older people. ADMITTED TO WSU Joseph A. Waters and Loren W. Gee. 1963 graduates of Irene S. Reed High School, are among students listed by Washington State University as new admis- sions for the start of the school year next fall. Skokomish Meeting Ahead, Will By Mary Valley SKOKOMISH The Skokomish Community Club has moved its meeting one week ahead, and will meet today, Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Williams and boys left Saturday for a va- cation in Florence. Col(). Mrs. R. H. Puiver of Burling- ton and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Nel- son of Mr. Vernon spen the week- end with Mr. and Mrs. Glen Gee. While here they attended the grad- uation exercises in which Loren Gee graduated with honors. He is to be congratulated on winning his scholarships. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Ninnis and children are visiting relatives in Long Beach, Calif. MRS. STAN LYMAN. children and nephew, Ron Haigh, left Sun- day for a trip to E1 Segundo, Cal- ifornia. Mr. and Mrs. Brian Schoening and Tammy of Kent and Nels An- derson of Tacoma visited the Whitmarshes over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Dave McGee are back home after being in Calif- ornia i:or some time. Mrs. Robert Whitmarsh, Bob and Lee Anna went to Tacoma, Monday night to attend the grad- uation of Nels Anderson from Lin- coln high school. MRS. Saturday to ' and Mrs. Jim Jennifer week with her and Mrs. Arthur' tending Daily school. The the Bible Sch)Ol the church F at 7:45. 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