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June 20, 1963     Shelton Mason County Journal
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June 20, 1963

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20, 1963 ! Washington PAGE 9 Has New Resident Manager in Fred H0dge Dalby Inn has !er---Ml'. Frect ' -, oy last week, and : hll,. lIrs, I-lodge and two l[s era Who came the  ' Week M l a*-" r. Hoc, gc hails i lth',,, %st. He was as- r of ,,, ... state atur- [  11 Xlg to remain on '01 '; ed  ears or more, and ,. enjoy every day 'kt e Canal;, !: the Bo iati- wlers Propne- un th{}6 a  .of Washington ! , roUts and 70 child- i lace OVer the week- .., atIoa management ,o I 1 at tile Inn for 'i{;tulhrD, and Father's ::Jfe Mw:13rtlsh employees ik. i Were guests at . h l0e;p{  done by the  iee--- s part of a :.l and t "ave as to sales :; t he r !{;' %ea" P omotion de- ": high s Were employees  st records of the Dr. Fritz Wilbur made a couple of limit catches of trout in local lake last week. Miss Nancy Johnson returned home the first of the week from the University of Washington, and is busy at her job in the office of Alderbrook again. Locally there were many family gatherings and dinners for the pleasure of the head of the house- bold and also many picnic suppers and also dining out in honor of Fathers in general. e Fathers Day Breakfast of the Hood Canal Womans Club L*unday was a distinct success. It was estimated a hundred break- fasts had been served during the hours of 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., and a pleasant time was had by guests and members in charge. LAST FRIDAY EVENING :Mr. and Mrs. Pat Nilson attended the District II meeting of the National Association of Postmasters at Ho- quiam. As Wands is State Chair- man of Public Relations, she was invited to appear on the program, and in so doing spoke on public relations. Mr. Bill Manly of White Salmon and State President, dis- cussed events of the State con- vention: Mr. Eugene Maxwell, Per- sonnel Assistant of the Regional Office in Seattle, gave instruction with regard to Personal Records. A delicious buffet supper was ser- ved following the social hour. On Saturday evening, Pat Nil- son Chef de Bare of 40 et 8. Voi- ture of Kitsap County, with wife Wanda, attended the Ladies Night Party, honoring Mr. Ray Peter- meyer Grand Chef de Bare. The THIS COMMUNITY had its own "comedy of errors" last Saturday, when Mr. Char!ie Truitt of Suttle, a former resident, arrived on the afternoon stage from Brcmerton, and at Olympus Manor, where he was invited guest, and found as he put it" nobody home and the place all locked up". As he had written Orre Nobles, his host that he was arriving June 14th, he was at a loss to explain what happened to his host. He took a walk and chatted with a few local friends, explaining the matter. Mrs. Eu- gene Gill:land invited Mr. Truitt to spend the night in their glest cottage, which he did. Saturday morning Orre Nobles arrived at his Union home, the Manor and found no one there, but in his rural mail box he came upon Mr. Truitts letter. He in turn got busy on the telephone, called a mutual friend, one of the neighbors Mr. Truitt had visited Friday afternoon,and to his quiery Have you seen Charlie Truitt, I found his letter in the mail box saying he would arrive here on the 14th, and there is no sign of him. When informed that his intended house guest was at Gill:lands, he at once hopped into his Car and drove down to pick up Mr. Truitt and his luggage. And every one involved had a good chuckle over the mix, up, as it was an exact re- peat of what had occured last year, about this time. The present spell of summer has been a most welcome change for every one. Summer residents were at their Canal homes, pic- nics and water sports, occupied Aberdeen dis- hn e group Fri- OUtdoor cy- st:log the shell he pit. Some- treat for the Frost appear- 'own Van Dyke reparation for entennial, an future. of the 101 and maintenance workers, at large fisl packing plants, where the sockeye and king salmon are pvt in cold storage, and also canned. 13ue to the fact that daylight con- tinues into night, and dims some- what at 2 p.m. to start to lighten up again at 1 a.m., makes it pos- sible for fishermen, and also work crews to put in extra long days, during the summer. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Miller and children of Everett, were Sunday visitors at the Miller, Gabrilson home, the first call little 3 months old daughter of the Millers made on her granamother Mrs. Nina Miller. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Fuller and children are at their Union home for the summer, after living in Seattle the past months, where he is in the office of the AttoleS, General ,as Assistant District At- torney. MRS. LOUIS Van Arsdale of Shelton was at her cottage over the weekend, and will no doubt spend nmch of her time in the out of doors, as usual. Mr. and Mrs. Gallop of Seattle have opened up their cottage for summer occupany, and spent most of Sunday in 'the sunshine out on their beach. Shellonite Becomes American Citizen The Americanization Bureau of Seattle which sponsors Citizenship classes in the Seattle downtown Y.M.C.A., announces that Mrs. Kate Lovgreen, Rt. 1, Box 89, angton Athletic affair was held at "The Firs" lo- outdoor enthusiasts. Twanoh State Shelton, has successfully complet- (a Club within cated on the Mountain Highway, Park camp ground filled to caps- ed ber course in U.S. Citizenship, to Bremerton out of Tacoma, and was attended city Saturday morning. If the be- and only awaits her examination e drove on to by many Mason County members autiful ' spell holds out, it creates and oath of allegiance before she - they enjoyed and their wives, an opportune time for fishermen, is an American. -' also following Having recently Completed some and campers to explore the higher Mrs. Lovgreen made the long a horseback on of her many outside or "Got of the areas of the Olytripics. trip to Seattle every week for !, rlt 'et "'"gwthWh has he / '8"T been office assignments," in connection Friday and Saturday will be a 10 weeks for this study, conduct- with her postmaster tasks, Wands fine time for clam diggers and ed by Mrs. Lilla C. Norman, the he pa'.oa General Hos- Nilson will be able to enjoy some gweduc hunters (the real Indian Bureau's instructor, and the com- hi,s. two weelcs, was of the outdoors in the present name for the lucious goeduck)for munity where she lives, is very !i !I' all Urne the first of beautiful spell of summer, a three foot minus tide is due on fortunate to have so outstanding th"! n improved con- : }'rest, r-e-sent:time is Mr. Larry Nelson, history teacher those two days. A trip to goeduck a new citizen to assist in both of Shelton High school, and also diggers at Union flats, if on the political and social problems. ;')i aS p contlnu- coach of the senior play, has lived outer edge or margin of tile flats" CO-NN APPN-D escribed by his a quiet life at Union for the past or the river side try to have a II 0r rs. _,. months. So much so that many boat, for the change of tide has Of interest to Mason County , at thyme_ ue McGhee localities were not aware he was caught a couple of people, and fair-goers is an announcement of i2e, his" ')Rme of Mrs. batch:no in the "telephone place" who were fortunate in having been the State Departmelnt of Agrict}l- e mOthel r tur of the lea olnu]lenL o tate ff 2i1,., " during house of Dick Bueeilel, until of picked up bv others ith a boat.  " PP " l,.. Satu,,_ ol Boze- late. Hm diligence has apparantly and ho pulled them out of the Rep. Paul H. Conner from the 24th [e 0n "'Y, waere ,e paid off, for he was awarded a water soaked mud. It is reported legislative district of which Ma- ;aratio  n summer William Coo Fellowship to Will:- that the tide flats at Brinnon be- sou County is a part to the State ,Uor k-o=r fall and amette University. Nelson modest- ing higher are more easy to nay:- Fairs Commission for a three year izlrs. ,_, teacher. 13' remarked that some 27 other gate, and also less current at the term.. The. seveu member commis- 'hi, eeen+,.. 'nsen students of the college had been tie. No daubt both ' " " g "-  r ,my Bet tmn of the d non advmes the dnectol of a rl ii f0rra:.*;[. Purchased given the scholarship award. List- Union and Brinnon flats will be culture on the allocation of funds '" lddffY belong to ed under American Study, he wilt crowded with clam diggers and derived fronl the state tax on ,,earrv',VcGhec. If have six weeks of summer school low tide explorers and collectors betting at race tracks, to agri-  blli( I nrough, the at Williamette ineh|ded in his of unusual shells, cultural fairs throughotlt the state. l t=eSite  xormer Ed life, and plans to return to Shel- Conrad Westerland of Seattle, and have been made in the Veterans '0f , CoLLage on program are political scienCe and AT THE TOM TURNER home ..................... ae, t s.. Bernsen's economics. He enjoys his Canal Sunday was their daughter,Mrs. More than six million GI loans NNi-- ton High School in the fall: He whose husband is in Aiska in[Administration's GI loan program. isherman left Sunday for Oregon and school charge of a crew of carpenters_ I They total nearly $5 billion. _ JUST A FEW LEFT When They're gone This "ioo NO IFS, AND OR BUTS! NOT A PRICE MISPRINT good to be true" offer ends Silhouette Washer FOR ONLY.. 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