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PACE 16 v t Local Man Oompletes D00k On Rose Family James A. Nunamaker, Shelton. recently had his book on the Rose family genology printed. He had worked on research for the book the past six years, go- ing as fat' as Salt Lake City, Utah, into Oregon and all over the state of \\;₯ashingLon in his search for i]fformation He is donaling a copy of his book to tire state library and to the historical society. Floating Marina Is Moved To Grapeview From Steamboat Island GRAPEVIEW "Well, dear read- er, you must put up with me for another reek since partner Salli Clayton remains in Downingtown, Pa.. at the bedside of her mo- ther. Mrs. Helen Pawling, who suffered a stroke two weeks ago. Latest reports via telephone con- versation assure us that Mrs. Paw- bright yellow floating Marina an- chored 'in McLane's Cove last weekend? ₯ell. it's moving to a new location near 1.he entrance to Soule's Cove across from Treas- ure Island's north shore and op- erators Russ and Ruth Wells have high hopes rm an official open- operation, which they plan to do Charles Winery and Mr. and Mrs. as soon as possible. Our best wish- Arthur Foes especially enjoyed a es for their success in this new visit with long-time friend. Walt venture! EckerI wh'o came aboard Sunday The big, beantihd Thea Foes. morning. Mr. Eckert has known out of Tacoma. anchored once the Foes family for 70 years and again in our waters, adding a gla- could reminisce way back to 1895. mourous touch to the already love- while attending Vashon College. ink the end ef this week. This Iy scene last weekend. Arriving Pete and Ivar Foes owned boats ling is improving and we hope for Gas-Sup Marina. fnrmerly mmls- Saturday evening with owner. Mr. that carried passengers between Salli's return home someume this iness at Steamboat Island, should and Ms. Arthm Fuss and several Vashon Island and Detroit tthe weekend. She has really teen ntis- be a welcome addition lo our water- friends, on board, fl]e familiar stretch of land across from Treas- sad! front, cspeeia!ly if Russ and 1Cdth yacht stayed over until late Sun- are Island's northwest shore). Did you happen to spot that get the e(mneeting restaurant In day. The group visited the St. Recent guests at the Waiter Ee- , kert home were Mr. and Mrs. Dbn Brown and Mr. and Mrs. Bob "'WHO'S WHO" IN MASON COUNTY YOU CAN WIN $3’00 THIS WEEK IF YOU CORRECTLY I DENTIFY "WHO'S WHO" AND FIND ALL THE GLUES! ALL AWARDS PAYABLE IN "JOURNAL SCRIPT MONEY". REDEEMABLE FOR MERCHANDISE AT ANY SPONSORING STORE. Rules: 1. This is a family fun contest! One entry per per- son (family of four could submit four entriesL Any- one may enter unless a mem- ber of your family is em- ployed at the Journal. 2. Nothing to buyuse any slip of paper for entry blank. Not necessary to be present to win. Not neces- sary to be a subscriber to the Journal to enter. .3. WHO'S WHO may be anyone in Mason County. Clues for his (or her) iden- tity will be found ONLY in ads of sponsoring merchants (either those, below or else- where in the paper). If, by coincidence, the name of the WHO'S WHO (or other facts about him or her) hap- pen to appear in news items, editorial matter or other places in this newspaper, these will not count as clues in this contest. 4. To enter, write down the name you th in k WHO'S WHO is; List all the clues you can find in all the ads of Sponsoring Merchants ,n this issue. You must list all these clues. Don't forget to add your name and address. Then drop your entry in the box located at the Spon- soring Merchants whose ads are heavily bordered in this issue. 5, There is no other place where entries will be accept- ed. Mail entries will be ac- cepted only from families RESIDING OUTSIDE MA- SON COUNTY. Mail these entries to merchants whose ad is heavily bordered. Any member of the family may bring in all the entries for that family. Children under 12 must be accompanied by an adult. 6. This w e e k's contest starts when you receive this issue and closes at 5:00 p.m. Monday. 7. At that time. (5:00 p.m. next Monday) all boxes will be taken to one of the three stores, and a drawing will be held at approximately 5:00. The first entry drawn which co r r e e fly identifies WHO'S WHO will win $4.00. If THAT entry also lists ALL the clues hidden in ALL ads of Sponsori ng Mer- chants, a BONUS of $30.00 will be added. Whenever this BONUS is not won, it will be added to the BONUS TO- TAL for the following week, ancl will continue to grow until it is won. 8. Every possible precau- tion wilt be taken to prevent typographical er rots that might be mistaken for clues. but errorless typography CANNOT BE G U A R A N- TEED by anyone. The pub- lisher of the Journal will be judge in all questions, and his decision is final. Family participation gives you a better chance to win the jackpotyour wife or husband or some bright- eyed youngster MAY spot a clue that you miss! Got any Perry Mason in you? Think you can outwit the contest? ... Remember, you can't win if you don't enter. Stokes of Tacoma. Brown is the manager of the Music Box Theatre in Tacoma which was recently de- stroyed by fire. , ,GRAI)IJATION' exercises last Frida3 evening for h'ene S. Reed high "school were especially iln- presswe with the 157 graduating seniors attired in raps and gowns of scarlet. Three Grapeview young people received their diplomas with proud families observing from the audience which parked the gynmasium Bruce Fulmer, son of Mrs. Peggy Fulmer plans to work this summer, then attend Olympic Junior College in the faq. l)oug Lutz. son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lutz. has applied for work with the highway department and hopes to attend college anti also college bound is graduate Lynne Stevens. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Stevens. A special "send off" was given to the five seventh graders who bade farewell to the Grapeview school last week. Eddie Smith, Jerri Hill, Don Pogreba, Sam Gatlin and Ronnie Peters will all be big junior high students next year. Mrs. Hillman feted the "graduates" with a delicious tur- key dinner last Tuesday noon and they were also presented with a farewell treat in the form of a beautifully decorated cake (com- plete with all their namesi from Julia and Doris Stock Corsages and a little folding money were tucked in as extras too. from an admiring "friend". Congratula- tions ! The following day, Wednesday, these five seventh graders attend- ed their last grade school picnic when several Mother's Club mem- bers, Mrs. Olsen. Mr. Zehe, Mr. 410 N. HARRY COLE MOBIL SERVICE "We Grease To Please" 1st St. Phone 426-3906 KITSAP-MASON DAIRY "Good Milk Is Good Food" • Milk & Cream i • Ice @ream • Cheese • Butter Shelton's Neighbor Th,ird at Grove 426-4473 NELL'S PHARMACY "BETTER VITAMINS FOR LESS" Fourth & Railroad Ph. 426-3327 Buckingham and 30 youngsters ch)sed the school and took off for Point Defiance Park. The rain held off. the food was delirious and plentiful and the wild animals (especially the monkeys) were friendly and performed admirably for the visitors, so. we felt the was a huge success. A visit to old Fort Nisqually topped off the fun-filled outing just before the bus headed home again, Mo- thers and grandmothers, joining the youngsters, were Mesdames Whealley & Keary Go. • "Service and Quality First" in PLUMBING  HEATING SALES & SERVICE CONTRACTING 317 S. First Ph. 426-4553 MERV'S TIRE GAP "Recapping Specialist" "SAME DAY RECAP SERVICE" First & CoLa 426-8104 SALES -- SERVICE -- RENTAL TV  RADIO -- APPLIANCES = RgDiil ELE(TflI( : J Fourth &:'Cola 426-6602 "Your Satisfaction is Our Business" Shirley Eldridge, Suzanne Hill, Shirl@, Engen, Louise Okonek. Le- ona Kager. Alice Clayton, Mary Lea Peters. with daughter Diane. Vivian Qumy, Ernestine Nickiaus and Murial Seiners. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Itzman are enjoying a rare visit from 10 year old granddaughter, Polly Zet- terberg who arrived unday with parents, Mr. and Mrs."Lefty" Zet- terber of Seattle. She ls having fun while entertaining her grand- Beckwith% Exclusive Dealers For 129 Railroad 426-3283 PREPP'S RE.XALL STORE 'In Business for Your Health' SHELTON, WASHINGTON Plumbing, Heating & Sheet Metal Oil Burner Service Gutter & Downspout Supplies mOON'S SEE OUR NEW LOCATION 1916 Olympic Hwy. No. 426-3483 D & E ENOO FINE CAR SPECIALISTS IN: • Front End Alignment • Lubrication • Minor Repair "Shelton's Newest & Nicest" Shelton Ph. 426-8002 Les Fields Aulo Paris INC. Complete line of Parts for All Cars & Trucks Automotive Machine Shop Tools  Batteries 229 S. First 426-3351 • I 123 South 2nd St. 426-6311 FOR OVER 24 YEARS IT HAS BEEN MCConkey's for Drugs FREE PARKING AT EVERGREEN SQUARE 306 Railroad 426-3456 & Counter 1723 Olympic Hwy. N. 426-2292  "LOOK TO THE FINEST FIRST" AT parents until this weekend. Last Monday, Mrs. Retzman's niece and htband. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Lindsay drove in to spend the day and admire Hal and Pearl's pretty new home which they were seeing for the first time. The Lindsays were on vacation from their home in San Francisco. Miss Liz Somers boarded a Greyhound bus, filled with teen- age Nirls, :Monday mozing in Olympia. bound for Central Wash- ington State College at Ellens- berg. She will be attending Girls' State for one week as a represen- Rex Floor Coverings tative of Irene S. Reed high school, along @ith three other gtrls from her school, Ginna Correa, Char- Floor, Wall line Kelsey and Kelly Fredson. SATURDAY evening Miss Pare Coverings Clayton attended the wedding of her classmate. Miss Gall Fuller 426-4663 Eells & Valley APPLIANCE CENTER 123 So. Second of Shelton [o Bob Brewer also of Shelton. The marrmge took place at the Shelton's First Bap- tist church. Another wedding last Saturday evening was attended by Grape- view residents, Mr. and Mrs. Eke Eacrett and Mr. and Mrs. Hal Ritzman. Miss Miriam Noll and Barry Caskin were married at St. Edwards Catholic church in Shel- ton. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Noll who are temporary Grapeviewites, sublet- ting the Einar Petters@us' home at Stadium Be.ch. More news from the Eaeretts. Son Bob and family are back in Grapeview for the summer and MELL GHEVROLETOO. "QUICK SERVICE" CHEVROLET  OLDSMOBILE CADILLAC 426-4424 First & Grove 20th Century Thriflway "Where Every Customer Is Important" HILLCREST M. and S. Food Store QUALITY FOOD  LOW PRICES Free Delivery 120 Cota 426-4892 residing once again in the beach cottage on grandfather Walt Ec- kert's property. Bob and Shirley with three cute youngsters, Loft, Michael and Steve were accom- panied and assisted Sunday by friend Tom Carrol who ,s also a teacher at Oak Harbor. Bob is helping out at his dad's lumber yard in Shelton for the summer months while Shirley and kiddies are basking in the beauty of Stretch Island and its surround- ings. Farnum & Lilly Loitz, New Owners Wingard's Spod Shop Complete Hunting and Fishing Supplies Annual Elk Hunt PENNEYS MILLER S At.WAYS FIRST QUALITY Just say... " t" All Resident & Non-Resident Licenses Charge it. 2210 Olympic Hwy.• N. 426-8672 r I I' SHELTON Lem war ell emgerallou Morgan Eacrett Lumber GIBSON- TAPPAN • Building Materials  SPEED QUEEN • Pittsburgh Paints REFRIGERATION & ALL • Builder's Hardware APPLIANCE SERVICE "If It's Lumber, Call Our Number" "IT'S THE SERVICE AFTER THE SALE THAT COUNTS" On Hiltcrest 426-4522 127 So. 2nd 426-2445 DEPARTMENT STORE The Eckerts and Eacretts play- ed hosts to Mrs. Eckert's sister Miss Louise Nachtscheim of Ta- coma last Saturday. Several friends accompanied this very wel- come guest. They were the Misses Lucille Clark and Beatrtce Long, Mrs. Frank Worden. Mrs. Rex WilIard and Mrs. Mary Edson. The '6 " 9, Friendly Service Since 1895 group stayed for lunch and dinner With a session of beach combing occupying the time in between. Mr. and Mrs. Russ Wells re craved a welt and as ". . .' " s'stance in thmr Mama re arab ' . ; P p 'one last weeKena rom Ruth's cousin, Bob ShelL@n-Mason Plavlachech, who drove down from County Journal Port Angeles Saturday enroute to Utah for the summer months. • Since 1886, Mason County's Most MRS. JULIE STOCK took to Complete News & Advertising the aft" Sunday motin with Belle Fourche, S D and n ,,"i] Coverage "-- d h- " ........ wztn aug tar and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Butter, as her des- • Job Printing ' tination. Grapeview's Weekend population Phone 426-4412 explosion stems from many sur- rounding towns and cities, some of whict are not at all nearby. Douglas Fir Mills Reduce Output PORTLAND (Special) --- Saw- mills of the Douglas fir region trimmed output by 5.4 percent in May compared to April, and tlere- by bronglt production practical- ly into line with orders for' the first five months of 1963. Lumber output in May was 8.5 percent oft' the pace of a year ago. In its monthly summary, West Coast Lumbetmen's Association noted thal orders continued 2.6 percent down from last year, on a rive-month figure of 3.417 billion board feet, while production reached 3.425 billion feeL. Cargo business to the east coast is down 13 percent to 357.7 mil- lion feel for the year to date, still yielding to pressure of lower-cost Canadian lmnber. Exports, how- ever. were up 28 percent for the five months to 165 million. The weekly average of West Coast hunber production in May was 151,813,000 b.f. or 95.4 per- cent of the 1958-62 average. Or- oars averaged 163,203,000 b.f.; shipments 169,839,000 b.f.; weekly averages for April were produc- tion 160,477,000 b.f., 100.9 percent of the 1958-62 average; orders 162,911,000 b.f.; shipments 160,- 058.000 b.f. Five months of the 1963 cumu- lative production 3,425,329,000 b.f. five nmnths of 1962, 3,419,921,000 b.f.; 5 months of 1961, 3,317,592,- 000 b.f. Orders for five months of 1963 break down as follows: Rail and trnck 2,572,953,000 b.f.; domestic cargo 550,928,000 b.f,; export 165,- 197,000 b.f.; local 127,955,000 b.f. The industry's unfilled order file stood rt 562,208,000 b.f. at the end of May, lumber inventory at 942,252,000 b.f. Figures covering the first quar- ter of 1963 have been revised. Mr. and Mrs. John Guetaey ar- rived Sunday from North Holly- wood, Calif., to once again take up residence at their charming waterfront home near the Treas- ure Island bridge. Accompanying them was daughter, Mrs. Frona Sterns. From Ellensberg and the bus- iness of running a ranch came Mrs. Davidson and her five child- ren last week to spend some time at her cottage near McLane's Cove. Also spending their vacation at their summer place near McLane's Cove are Mr. and Mrs. Stewart and family of Poulsbo. Treasure Island weekend resi- dents, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Snider and family drove out for a "rest frdm activities in Tacoma. Road work on Treasure Island is underway with the sweeper pre- paring the surface last Monday for the repairing to follow. Good news for island residents. The Clarence Bauligs are spend- ing a part of their vacation here at their summer cottage. Taking it easy for a change, Mrs. Don Pogreba is on two weeks vacation from her job at Shelton's Branch of Seattle First National Bank. A pretty cocoa-brown Chesa- peake dog has been roaming Stretch Island since sometime in February when she was apparent- ly abandoned by her owners. The dog has been raiding garbage cans and trying to get food as best she could but now has three cute little black puppies (with white feet) in a nest on the Bob Ellison prop- erty. The Ellisons would be de- lighte4 to have someone claim the Chesapeake or one or more puppies before they all must be turned over to the humane society. Thursday, Dennis Yule Named Editor Of "Falcon" At Seatlie Pacific Dennis Yule, son of Mr. and Mrs. Howard V. Yule, Shelton, and 1960 graduate of Irene S. Reed high school, was ]]anted editor of lands. i Mrs. Cadaing iS a the "Falcon", a school publication Bible School the at Seattle Pacific College recently, bringing their Yule, who will be a senior at SPC next fall, "wrote a column for' the "Falcon" this year as chair- man of the political affan's com- mittee. He is a political scmnce major. Yule is also a member of the enturions, a men's honorary at SPC. Filipino Go= Speak At Mr. and Mrs. native F'ilipinos, ins Service at chm'eh Sunday. doing are Station in DaVa0,: tares of the pine Islands. Sunday school a.m. with classes young people's gin at 6 p.m. Juniors and service begins at Lewis \\;Vysong, church will be MASON COUNTY'S DINERS GU --EAT OUT OFTEN DAIRY QUEEN "t Recognized as THE place and smooth SUNDAES, DAIRY QUEEN'S kitchen and FRIES. THE OYSTER HOUSE a mi> OII re Take Pride in Our J HOMEBAKED BREAD and pASTRIES • Complete Variety of DINNERS • SEAFOODS GATEWAY CAFE  n, il on the BREAKFAST,-- LUNCH • Prime Rib and Steak • • Homemade Pies Dinner Parties Invited Open daily MAMIE'S GRILL 10a o on BREAKFAST  LUNCH --- DINNER Special Dinners Daily  Fried Clams-" • Buckwheat Hotcakes Anytime • WE MAKE OUR OWN PIES! RAU'S CHICKEN DINNER INN ' -- our specialty • BUTTER FRIED CHICKEN • SEAFOODS • CHOICE We Specialize in Banquets MINOR'S A & W DRIVE-IN "COME AS YOU ARE, WE SERVE IN yoUR • FOOD and DRINK HAMBURGERS FOOT-LONG LAKE CUSHMAN RESORT O Dine Over The Water in the Panorarni • CHAR-BROILED ST • SEAFOOD • Cocktails in the LIARS' DEN Phone 877-5388 for reservations WALT'S ROBIN HOOD LODGE .... AN ENCHANTING ATMOSF --FEATURING • HOME MADE PIES AND PASTRI • QUALITY FOOD AT REASONA • BREAKFAST SERVED ANYTIME MILLO'S DINER o ooa 011 BREAKFAST- LUNCH -- DINN" -- Our Specialty • BROASTED CHICKEN'(fin We feature SEAFOOD, too! 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