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1,1963 SI{ELTON--tASON COUNTY JOURNAL-:-Published in "Christmastown, U.S.A.". Shelton, Washington PAGE 13 Kidd Several Graduates From Dayton Area Attend Graduation and Mrs. MeN Mr. and and children from Wi- Mr. Tidy- airforce. Haven is good business n to be boar- Good tuck, u'e. Mrs. Charles Edwards and sons, Larry and Leslie of Seattle joined the Seab Combs and Cliff Combs family Friday night to attend gra- duation exercises anti see Gary Combs receive his diploma. Mrs. Edwards and boys spent the night with the Seab Combs who return- ed to Seattle with them for Satur- day night along with Dennis and Keith Combs. The Combs were then brought home Sunday by grandson Maurice who staye'cl the night. Larry and Leslie will be LETTERHEAD IT REPRESENT YOUR INESS AS IT IS TODAY? Is Important. A tasteful letterhead can in- prestigo and impact Of It should be assumin of If come In and discuss bo glad to supply or art sketch your letterhead No chargo or obliga. COUr$ spending their summer vacation Shelton lo Tacoma and here. Mr. and Mrs, John James of Ta- coma were weekend guests in the home of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Leonard. The two families attended graduation to see Kath- leen Leonard receive her diploma. Lorna LeGarde daughter of Mrs. Betty LeGarde was another graduate from this comrnumty. BRIJCE 3leQI'ILKIN Is now home from the hospital recuperat- ing from burns received when his shirt eaught fire from a burner on their electric range, ELizabeth Hickson was 12 years old Thursday, June 6. and on Sat- urday had Cindy Wickhorst and Zeta and Sandra McCallum as guests for games and birthday calm Mrs. J. V. Rayson is spending some time in Tacoma with daugh- ter, Mrs. Clyde Barton. Sunday, Mrs. Gertrude .Scott enjoyed a visit from ler sister-in- law. Mrs Carol Pallow and daugh- ter Mrs. Fred Kunder and child- ren of Seattle. I Spending Saturday with the A. E. Lemkes were Mr. and Mrs. Ar- thur Wolden and children of Seat- tle. Doris Hiekson spent Friday night with Sharon Moffatt. Shelton, and the girls attended graduation exer- cise. Saturday, the two girls had a lot of fl!n hiking the approxi- mate ten miles from town to the Hiekson home. Mr. and Mrs. John Banks and children of Arcadia were Sunday visitors in the Bruce McQuilkin home. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. James Doughtery were Mr. and Mrs. Gib Ovist. Shelton. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Heminger and children were recent visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. James Hickson. Paul McQuilkin spent the week- end with Troop 60 at Camp Ery on Mason Lake. Mrs. Clifford Ford of Lake Nah- waLzel and Mrs. Gertrude Scott accompanied Mr. and Mrs. :Bill Homan, Shelton to the Auburn Camp meeting on Saturday. SAM AND JIM McQuilkin, sons of Mr. and Mrs. Miles McQuilkin, Arcadia are spending two weeks with Lhe Bruce McQuilkins. Mr. and Mrs. James Hickson accom- panied the Don Cress family of visited with {rs. Sarah Kirk while the Crass family called on his parents. Butch Itumphrey is spending a few days with Garth MeQuilkin while Penny MeQuilkin is staying with Kathy tiumphrey. The Pete Bloomfield family and Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Bloomfield at- tended the Friday night Gradu- ation. Mrs. Jerry (Nancy} Bloom- field was one of the class spea- kers as she was one of the top ten in the graduating class. Drop- ping in at the Pete Bloomfield home later for coffee and cake de- eorated"inthe class colors were Mr. and Mrs. " Dan' Wilson Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Keller, Mrs. A1 Luhm, Mr, and Mrs. Gene Deist, Mrs. Claude MeIrvin, Mrs. Les Bishop, Sandy .Bye and Lonnie Holt. Darlene Bloomfield came home from ,VesLern College for the graduation. The Norman Hulberts of Gris- dale spent the weekend with the Alvin HulberL family and went Lo graduation as Mike Halbert was graduating. Mr. and Mrs. Morton Adams and children were rednesday after- noon callers in the L. A. Todd home. The James Einarsson family mo- tored to Point DefiancePark on Sunday and had a picnic lutlch. Susan Bloomfield was Friday overnight guest of Jan Valley in Island Lake home at a slumber party., MR. AND Mll8. Alvin Hulbert and Donna and grandchildren, Lu- runs, Marlene, Rusty and Tammy visited Sunday in Olympia with Mr. and Mrs. Ted Ferris and Mrs. Sarah Lozier. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Clark of Kamilche were Monday evening callers in the Pete Bloomfield home. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Todd called on Mrs. O. C. Hodgson on Thurs- day evening. The Hans Lunds visited on Sun- day evening with Mr. and Mrs. Jack Ghramm of Union and Mrs. Nels Lurid, Shelton. Niels Lund, son of Mr. and Mrs. Hans Lurid was also a graduate on Friday eve. The merit of originality is not novelty; it is sincerity. Carlyle %Ve are all capable of more than we do. Mary Baker Eddy g your toes in the cool, wet sand b s it? That exuberant urge to peel Instead, the oil is brought up y lant drill- shoes go joyhflly down to meet ing" f/'om a well located far away, often out in want anything, ever, to spoil beach.., neither do we. with advanced drilling techniques, beneath beaches without marring with equipment and derricks. , . , the sea. On the beach, you don L even know it s happening. So dig your toes in the cool, wet sand. Enjoy your lovely seaside playgrounds. We cherish their beauty, as you do.OF CALIFORNIA ":':":':" Planning ahead to serve you better STANDARD OIL COMPANY .. Hood Canal Woman's Club Plans Father's Day Breakfast Sunday By Ethel Dalhy UNION -- Everyone is look- ing forward to Sunday's Father's Day Breakfast at the Hood Canal Woman's cluh, an annual event. and which serves a dual purpose, honoring Fathers in general and also giving mothers, and the en- tire family group the opportun- ity to enjoy an excellent meal and a pleasant hour. in which to visit together. Breakfast will be served from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. and for tlle nominal price of $1.25 per person. Mrs. Rose Mille heads the com- mittee in charge, and extends a cordial invitation to the public to drop in, and enjoy the event. Among the first families to re- move from the city to their Canal homes are the Robert Fletchers of Seattle. The Fletchers. Canal lovers, as well as summer residents of the past many years, with their family of active young people, are on the Canal for the entire season, and will leave again in the fall, with reluctance. Loealites are staging a real war on the tent caterpiller, and which has seemed to infest the entire Canal territory. The young alder trees edging Navy Yard Highway from Belfair, to the length of the Canal, and aIso toe back roads are heavily burdened with large tents full of the un- pleasant squirming pests. Not on- ly that but orchards, and orna- mental trees, and bushes and ber- ry patches, and even hedges are full'of the worm. It has been said the tent caterpiller returns every seven years, however each year !!as seen hosts of them locally. .ast year's was also a bad year, but this is the very worst of all, according to local residents, who are waging the fight against the inroads the pests are making. Some residents feel that the Coun- ty Agent and road crews should also take a hand, with the entire county backing the fight against the life destroying tent caterpillar. When the leaves are devoured by them young trees eventually die. So to prevent billions next year, gel busy, and burn them out. or use other means to wipe them out. THE UNION LADLES Civic Club is having its pmnic at Twa- noh State Park, at noon June 20. President Shirley Cowan announ- ces it will be a pot luck. with the club furnishing coffee, cream and sugar. Mesdames Mary Jarcho, Bessie Mawson and Clara Gwin are in charge, and everyone s hoping the present fine weather holds out for the affair. The chill breezes and rams of the past 10 days have not damp- cried the spirits of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Vlhaites, who take it all in stride at their Rau's Chicken Din- net" Inn. Faye and Sam VlhaiLes have their regular patrons of tim past years, and the popular place is a tiandy spot for those tourists and transients taking a crive:] along the Canal and wishin'  dine out. with good food in mind. According to the Vlhaites they purchased the" former Bert Rau's property in March of 1944. and have operated it very day since. According to an] last Sunday , k . was a .very busy day for them, with the bright snnst3ine "bringing but many cars and people, Canal bound, and also those taking the drive along Navy Yard Highway. Mrs. Dorothy Jessup and daugh- ter Mrsi Yean Moore. entertained chapter B. P.E.O. group at their home Monday evening a week ago. Some 20 members attended. Spec- ial guests of the evening we?e Miss Eloise Flagg of Olympia, and Mrs. Florence Mackey of Oregon, both former Canalites. Mrs. Jean Morrow. also a for- mer Union resident, and operator of Flagwood Gift shop, was a house guest of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Cook last week from Tacoma. On Thursday evening the Cooks enter- tained at dinner for Mrs. Morrow, having as additional guests Mrs. Dorothy Jessup, Mrs. Jean Moore nd Mike Moore. MRS. PAUL SCHLOSSER at- tended the bridge hmeheon of the O!Yn),pia Bridge Club, an event of last week. Wednesday, at the lmme of Mrs. Frank Bishop. She and Mrs. Gustie Goldsehmid sub- stituting for two members who were unable to attend. Thursday (today) the Study and Book Club were entertained by Mrs. Paul Schlosser at a 1 p.m. luncheon at her Union home. Mem- bers are as follows, the Mesdames Charles Lewis and George Le- Compte, Phylis Goldsehmid, and Hal McClary of Shelton. and Dave James and Harold Johns of Seat- tle, former Sheltonites, and Mrs. Kris Kreienbaum of Union, and the hostess, Mrs. Schlosser. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Gilliland of Shelton put in a busy day last Saturday readying their summer cottage at the Stuart Polson place, for occupancy and intending to re- move to the Canal during the com- ing week. Shelley Allison of Port Orchard is a house guest of Picky Coles, and will also be visiting her Un- ion friends for the next week or two. Mr. and Mrs. Dardel Johnson returned from a two weeks vaca- tion trip" last Saturday. They drove the Alkan Highway to Haines, Alaska, and spent their time visit- ing her son Carrel McHenry and family, and taking tours by boat and ear around the picturesque countryside. According to' Mrs. Johnson they found the Alkan Highway pretty rough and full of huck holes on the trip up, due :o deep frosts and snows. How- ver the return drive was more pleasant, and the highway more smooth, and easy to drive over. arrol McHenry and family really eve their new home place. He is rosy at the present season seine iahing for satmbn from his fish oat, and is also reported as mak- ing gee d on the venture he so en- jOys, THE I!OOD CANAL Garden Club met last Thursday at the club house at Lilliwaup. President Lois Pierce presided over the business session. Hostesses fro' the mon pat luck hmcheon were Mesdames Ca- lherine Beardsley, and sister Mrs. Dailey, and Evelyn Nicholson. The luncheon tables were en- hanced hv bouquets of rhododen- drons. Din'lag. the afternoon pro- gram, a gift in fm'm of an attrac- tive bird-bath was presented to Mrs. Beardsley and Mrs. Dailey from the club for their new place of residence. Mrs. Beardsley sold her lovely Lilliwaup Falls home some weeks ago. Some 22 members were in at- tendance.-Guests were Mrs Fran- cis Catto. and Mrs. Hawkins. and from Shelton Mrs. Frank Ti'avfs and Anna Runaeres. The Annual Rose Luncheon is an event set for June 20 at the Hood Canal Woman's Clubhouse at Potlatch admission is $1.25 per person the hour 12:30 p.m. and on. The interested public is cordi- ally invited. Young master Peal Putter, eight year old son of Mr. and :Mrs. Peal Puter of Union hill recently heard that he won a first and also a third prize in the Kiddies event of the Forest Festival Parade. Peal was driving his tractor motor and pulling a log, which had been made of cardboard to simulate the gennine old growth log of the woods. Printed on the sanle was the following quot "We grow 'em fast in Union". Peal is a third grader, and reported as emg a good student. Mr. and Mrs. ,Harold Peterson house-keeper and care taker of St. Andrews Episcopal Home at Union report an adult group of 18 members of St. Margarets Church and alter guild of Olympia Bishop Lewises church were at St. An- drews a week sgo in retreat. Last weekend a party of 22 young peop- le of St. Pauls Parish of Bremer- ton were visitors over the week- end. coming in Friday evening and remaining until after luncheon SUnday. ACCORDING to Mr. and Mrs. Peterson Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Dinning former employees at St. Andrews of the past few years, have been busy. but also enjoying a good visit with their children at Redwood City, Calif. The H. N. Skelsey home has been the scene of much activity for the past week. Horace N. Skelsey, and Mr. and Mrs Frank Roberts and children Scotty, Cene and Tra- cy having accompanied Mr. Skel- sey on the trip from Ketehikan. Alaska Saturday a week ago. Mrs. Roberts is the daughter of the Skelseys, and the group plan on remaining at their Union home for a COllDle of weeks lnore before making tle retm'n trip north. Meanwhile Miss Dundee Skelsey who Ires been assisting Mrs. Wil- son at Flagwood Gift shop since lhe start of the season, is also having time to enjoy the family gatherings and picnics and good times, According to reports, the past month only saw two stormy days as Ketehikan. the weather being" perfect and bright and sun- ny the rest of May, and in direct contract to our own present rainy days, of the past week. S0uthside Grange Plans Potluck Dinner Meeting By Mrs. Ray Krateha. SOUTHSIDE .... Busy Bells 4-H club members called the meeting lo order June 5th at--the home of Doris Jackson for a short business meeting. Club members decided to donate $5 to the Mason Coun- ty Fair grounds for fh)wers. Becky Jackson served refreshments, re- ported Toni Cole. Southside Grange meets June 21 with a potluck dinner for the grangers at 6 p.m. at the Grange Hall. GUESTS OF M1L a'nd Mrs. Le- Roy Moore and family of Little Skookum last weekend was Mr. Moore's uncle, Justin Keever. Port- land. Ore. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Swayze and family of Arcadia and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Miller spent last Sunday on the Dosewallips river, inspite of the cool. rainy day. MIL AND MRS. ALFIlED "Ka-' doun. Steve and Kim. and Mr. and Mrs. George Johnston spent the weekend in Siletz. Ore., visiting Mr. and Mrs. Glen Kratcha. Mich- ael and Shelley, Mr. and Mrs. Merle Tindall. Sharon and Joe. and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Sondenaa and baby. Jack Smith returned home Sun- day after attending the gradua- tion of his granddaughter in Mon- tana. Mrs. Kathaleen Mikkelsen and Charlene visited the Ray Kratcha's Monday evening. t J NEW HOMELITE CONVERTIBLE DNIV m CHAIN SAW CONVERTS FROM DIRECT TO GEAR DRIVE IM j @ MINUTES OR LESS ! 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