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June 20, 1963     Shelton Mason County Journal
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IAAGE 12 ( , J, Eight Local Students Get Degrees At UW Eight Mason County students were among those getting degrees from the University of Washing- ton in commencement exercises Saturday. Getting degrees were Steve An- derson, forestry; William Briggs, chemistry; Lawrence Hughes, elec- trical engineering; Margaret Peck, English: Gary Stranckman. Eng-" lish: Arlo Wingert, metallurical engineering, and Peter Frank. doc- tor of medicine, all of Shelton. SIIELTON--MASON COUNTY JOURNAL-- Published in "OhristmaNtowz, r7  a. CREWS REPAIR HARSTIflE 2 AFTER SHE 'BLOWS HER TOP' By Donette Glaser HARSTINE ISLAND ..... The Grand old lady of Pickering Pas- sage, the ferry "Harstine II" lit- termly "blew her top" this past week To be more specific she blew her engine and county crews work- ed feaverishly for two days to Imll the Jgine. overhanl it and get ferry service back to nor- real. The ferry was towed by one and James Harstad, English, Bel- fair. of the Kembel tugs while she was under repairs. Saturday Mrs. Robert (Vonnie Meeks Stamborsky and tiny daughter Suzie were the fiono gnests at a "babys all ready here" shower, Mrs. Maxine \\;Vaite was hostess. The party was held under elear blue skies and tall. green fir trees at tbe Garolds Cove state park The tables were covered with white table cloths, pink stream- ers. spring bouquets and a ma- jestic looking white stork. Every- ene came potluck and fried chick- en. coffee, kool aid were prepared t)3' the hostess. Covers were laid for Mesaames Gunner Johnson. H. V. Glaser. Glen Yates. Gene Seward. James MeAuliffe. Date Peugh, Tlmmas Tierney, Dick Andrews and Tog, McQuillin. and Mrs. Dot Smith. Marie Crouch and proud grand- mothers. Billi Stamborsky, Lois Meks and great-grandmother Ed- ith Smalley. The Misses Cheryl Meeks. Sherry Mitchell. Cindy Waite. Cathy Archer. and Helen "'WHO'S WHO" IN MASON COUNTY YOU GAN WIN $34.00 THIS WEEK IF YOU GORREGTLY IDENTIFY "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 entries). Any- one may enter unless a mem- ber of your family is em- ployed at the Journal. 2. Nothing to buy--use 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 oth er 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 t hi nk WHO'S WHO is. List all the clues you can find in all the ads of Sponsoring Merchants in 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 foe 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 approximate!y 5:00. The first entry drawn which co rrectly identifies WHO'S WHO will win $4.00. If THAT entry also lists ALL the clues hidden in ALL ads of Spo nsori 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, and will continue to grow until it is won. 8. Every possible precau- tion will be taken to prevent typographical er rors 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 jackpot--your wife or husband or sorne bright- eyed youngster MAY spot a clue that you miss! Got any Perry Mason in you? Think you can outwit the contest? I l Remember, you can't win if you don't enter. 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 Ice @ream Cheese Butter Third at Grove 426-4473 NELL'S PHARMAGY "BETTER VITAMINS FOR LESS" Loves being a chaperone Fourth & Railroad Ph. 426-3327 Wheatley & Keary Go. "Service and Quality First" in PLUMBING  HEATING SALES & SERVICE CONTRACTING 317 S. First Ph. 426-4553 MERV'S TIRE CAP "Recapping Specialist" "SAME DA RECAP SERVICE" First & Cota 426-8104 SALES -- SERVICE -- RENTAL TV -- RADIO -- APPLIANCES - RLqDIQ ELE(TRI( - .,e Fourth & Cota 426-6602 "Your Satisfaction is Our Business" / Beckwith's Exclusive Dealers For 129 Railroad 426-3283 Forest Festival worker D & E ENQO FINE CAR SPECIALISTS IN: Front End Alignment Lubrication Minor Repair, "Shelton's Newest & Nicest" Shelton Ph. 426-8002 FOR OVER 24 YEARS IT HAS BEEN Went to school most of life McGonkey's for Drugs FREE PARKING AT EVERGREEN SQUARE 306 Railroad 426-3456 PREPP'S REXALL STORE 'In Business for Your Health' SHELTON, WASHINGTON I 1 II Plumbing, Heating & Sheet Metal Oil Burner Service Gutter & Downspout Supplies BOON'S SEE OUR NEW LOCATION 1916 Olympic Hwy. No. 426-3483 _ I 11 I I Illl MELL GHEVROLET GO. "QUICK SERVICE" CHEVROLET -" OLDSMOBILE -- CADILLAC -- 426-4424 First & Grove Les Fields Auto Parts INC. Complete line of Parts for All Cars & Trucks Automotive Machine Shop Tools- Batteries 229 S. First 426-3351 I I ] 123 South 2nd St. 426-6311 "Advised" many classes 20th Gentury Thriftway "Where Every Customer Is Important" HILLCREST Rex Floor Goverings 1723 Olympic Hwy. N. 426-2292 n *'LOOK TO THE FINEST FIRST" AT Floor, Wall Coverings & Counter Eells & Valley APPLIANCE CENTER 123 SO. Second I II I 426-4663 Ms and Si Food Store QUALITY FOOD -- LOW PRICES Free Delivery Travels with royalty 120 Cota 426-4892 Farnum & Lilly Loitz, New Owners Wingard's Spod Shop Complete Hunting and Fishing Supplies All Resident & Non-Resident Licenses Retirement didn't end activity 2210 Olympic Hwy. N. 426-8672 ' PENNEY'S ALWAY = FIRST QUALITY Just say... "Charge it !" SHELTON MILLER'S DEPARTMENT STORE "Friendly Service Since 1895" Morgan - Eacrell Lumber Building Materials Pittsburgh Paints Builder's Hardware "If it's Lumber, Call Our Number" On Hillcrest 426-4522 Lem Warren Refrigeration GIBSON -- TAPPAN -- SPEED QUEEN -- REFRIGERATION & ALL APPLIANCE SERVICE "IT'S THE SERVICE AFTER THE SALE THAT COUNTS" 127 So. 2nd 426-2445 Shelton-Mason County Journal Since 1886, Mason County's Most Complete News & Advertising Coverage Job Printing Phone 426-4412 Sinons and Mr. and Mrs. Irvie Wingert and Mr. George T. Waite Jr. Those sending gifts but unable to attend were Mesdames Arthur Wingert, Arlo Wingert John Hitcbcock, James Lohrer, Larry Jerrells, Stan Yates, Doug White, Martin Goetseh, A1 Pridham, and Bill Gortz the honor guests and the hcstess. SUNDAY THN H. V. Glasers journeyed to Hood Canal and visit- ed Donette's uncle and family, the \\;alter Eddys. The Glaser child- ren met eight cousins they didn't know they had. They took a shine Lo Joyce O'Keefe and brought her home with them. Dean Pranger spent last week at his island home fixing and re- pairing and readying the house for his family enjoyment tlus sum- nler. Mrs. Betty Radelet and child- ren Ann, Janice, Joyce, Achille, and Dennis of Elma spent Fathers Day visiting her folks the Paul Chaffers. Betty reports that son Jody is again this summer working for the state ferry system and is deckhand on the Anacortes to Sid- ney, B.C. run. THE JIM LOHRERS entertain- ed guests this weekend from Port- land---Mr, and Mrs. Don Ruby and Mrs. Mary Quillette and from Ta- coma Mrs. Mildred Kizer. W% negleeFed to report on the anm(al Harstine Island senoot pic- nic and several of the children who will go into junior high this year have asked to have the details printed as they have, through the years, kept a scrap book of their grade school activities. The picnic was held June 4th at the hall, at which 43 aLtended. It was a pot- luck affair with ce cream and coffee furnished. School was dis- missed on Wednesday, June 5th at 11 a.m. Edd Waite, Wanda Laur and Sue Glaser wi!l attend Shelton junior high this fall. HARLIN JERRELLS left this week for Glendale, Calif., where he will make his home for the next two years. His folks, .the Larry Jerrells, drove him to Port- land, where he boarded the tram. Harlin, a 1963 I.S.R. graduate, will attend Glendale Junior College. He plans on two years .there and then will attend the University of Washington where he will major in Oceanography. Good luck Har- lin from all your island friends. Mrs. Mi Moore had as her guests this week her grandson Eric Chris- topher and his friend Creg Cody, both of Olympia. Prior to these present guests Mi had her great grandson, Robbie Walker, with her for a few days. The Joe Glasers of Bremerton spent Sunday /fternoon visiting his folks the H. A. Glasers. Miss Brenda Glaser spent last week with her grandparents and 'f'hurs- day evening Mrs. Lauren (Marg- aret Glaser) Simmons and child: ren Dan and Pare of Gig Harbor arrived for a two day visit with the H. A.'s RECENTLY Mr. and Mrs. Ted Mess and son Glen entertained Glen's teacher associates and their families from i-vIontesano. Ted Mess donned his chef's hat and bar-b- cued the sahnon. Everyone came potluck. Fifty persons attended and they all enjoyed a good time. Twenty three boats tied in at the state park for an overnight stay Saturday night. Many other boats came in for a few hours or .to spend the day. The Harold Sebrings have as their guests Harold's sister, Mrs. Gertrude Goddard and her friend elen Herman of San Jose, Calif. The ladies drove up' in their cam- per. They took 11 days. They, as they put it, "traveled the hi-ways, not the hi-ways." They took in all the scenic spots and enjoyed their leisurely trip. SATURDAY LEWIS Wingert, son of Mr. and Mrs. Arlo Wing- eft graduated from the Univer- sity of Washington. Lewis has completed five years at the U. He is studying Metallurgical Engin- eering. He plans on doing his post- graduate studies at the TY and hopes to get an Industrial En- gineering degree. Seven members of the Fort Lew- is-McCord-Tacoma district No. 403 Girl Scouts of America, accompa- nied by their leader, Dorothy Eb- bert, camped this weekend at the Garolds Cove state park. They ar- rived on the mainland side via car, but soon bicycles, tents, sleep- ing bags and other camplng equip- ment appeared and the girls start- ed their bicycle trip. They logged 52 miles by 4 p.m. Saturday, visit- ing Werberger Winery and Saeger Oyster farm. on Saturday they visited the south end and enjoyed thei r lunch as the guests of Mr. Dwntown overlooMng the picturesque waterfront... near finest shops, financial and business districts. Deluxe accommodations with telephone and IV. Finest food in Coffee House and unique Bavarian Beer Stube with lively folk musTc. Parking on premises. Another affiliation of Lamplighter MOtor Inns - Write, wire or call for Reservatlons. TWX 206-998-0547 Ehelton, Washington Valleys Trek To Convention In Port A00ge[es lly 5lary Valley SKOKOMIStt VALLEY- .-Ches- ter Valley, Master of Skokomish Grange and Mrs. Valley attended the 74th State Grange Convention in Port Angeles last week and re- port a very interesting session. Five hundred fifty were initiated into the mysterys of the sixth de- gree, which was exemplified by the State officers in a very impressive manner, concluding the beau- tiful "Rose Drill", wbieh was por- trayed by 18 young girls from the vicinity of Port Angeles. Among the guest speakers dur- ing the week were Gov. Rosellini and Senator Henry Jackson. "Wed- nesday evening there was a ban- quet for the Mason County folks held at Traylors Flying Saucer. Representatives Paul Conner and Gordon Sandison were also guests at the banquet. Mr. and Mrs. Valley also vis- ited relatives while in Port Ange- les, Mr. Arthur Barrett and Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Johnston. MR. AND MRS. DON Doak and Mr. and Mrs. William Dunham drove to Bremerton on Sunday where they enjoyed the outdoor musical of "Little Mary Sunshine" at the Forest Theatre. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Hunter and children, and accompanied by Miss Christie _Hunter of Dal!as, Ore., spent the weekend at Browns Creek Camp. On Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hunter and family join- ed the family picnic later, coming by car. Little Kimberly Schivers of Portland, Ore., Is spending a cou- ple of weeks with her grandpar- ents, lVh'. and Mrs. Eric SJoholm. Rev. Wallace Bell is conducting a week of Bible study at Christian Day school in Bremerton. Mr. and Mrs. Arlan Johnson and daughter Kim of Seattle and Mr. and Mrs. Rontld Johnson and ram- ily of Sumner spent Sunday with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ar- thur Johnson. Jennifer returned home with her parents after spen- dinE a week with her grandpar- ents. LITTLE MIKE DOAK is visit- ing his grandparent's, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Doak, and attending Vacation Bible School at the Shel- ton Baptist church. Mr. and Mrs. George Barkley attended the Fathers Day break- fast at the Hood Canal clubhouse. Mr. and Mrs. Erie Sjoholm drove to Tacoma on Saturday evening where they attended a wedding. On Sunday the Sjoholms had as their dinner guests, Mr. and Mrs. Gunnar Sjoholm and Mr. Parry Jones of Shelton. Mrs. Phyllis Brown entertained the Grange Ladies club last Tues- day evening. After the regular business meeting a delicious des- serf was served by the hostess. MISS LINDA VALIde, Y of Se- attle is visiting her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Chester Valley and also her cousins, Miss She and Jan Valley at Island Lake. 'On Fathers Day, Mr. and Mrs. Chester Valley were dinner guests at the George Valley home at Island Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Vaughn of Longview visited his brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Arehie Vaughn. Other guests at the Vaughn home this week are their granddadgh- ters, Linda and Rhonda Evans of Seattle. Mr. and Mrs. Hayes Davis of Seattle were visiting friends in the Valley the past week: Mrs. Bertha Peterson attendee the Auburn Camp meeting recent- ly. GET SCHOLARSHIPS Two Shelton students at Central Washington State College are among those receiving scholarships for the next school year. They are Catherine Drebick, Munson Schol- arship and Gerald Spiker, Student Government Association Leader- ship Scholarship. and Mrs. Gortz. They also were very proud of catching eight legal sized crabs and cooked tmm for supper. They all were extremely impressed with the hospitality and friendliness of the people of Har- stine. Miss Sydney Shera of Lakewood is spending a week vaeatiol with her grandparents, the Sid Bauns- gards. Harstine Island Grange will meet Friday night at 6:45 at the Hall. Dessert luncheon will be served after the busine meeting. Stork Shower Held June At Matlock For Mrs. MATLOCI( -- Miss Andrew Me-Mr. and Mrs. Garvie and Mrs. John MeGarvie were hostesses to a stork slower Wednesday, June 12 for Mrs. Gene Brown. She received many lovely gifts. The game played was that the guests brought photographs of when they were babies. Mrs. Lud tb)ssmaicr won by guessing the most right. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Bradberry of Shetton are staying at the El- vin Hearing home doing the chores while the Hearings are on a trip Mr. and Mrs. Ed Valley called at the Bob Dawson home Wednes- day evening. Mr. and Mrs. James Rossmaier and girls of Shelton were Wed- nesday evening callers at the Lud Rossmaier home. Mr. and Mrs. Lud Rossmaier called /t the Robert Trenekmann home Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Lud Rossmaier and Mrs. Ed Valley attended the funeral of their aunt, Miss Ada Nye of Centralia Saturday. She was the oldest sister of Don Nye of Shelton former Matloek resi- dent. Mrs. Lud Rossmaier was hostess to a Tri-ehem party Friday after- noon. Mrs. Merle VanderWal of Shelton was the demonstrator. MR. AND MRS. ED Valley were Sunday evening 'callers at the Dome of Mr. and Mrs. Charles La Brec. Leroy and David Valley called at the Clarence Creamer home Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Boothe and children of Hoquiam, Mr. and :Mrs. J. D. Simpson of Bremerton and Mr. and Mrs. Herb Brehmeyer Jr. and children were Sunday visitors at the I. C. Ford home. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Larson OI1 of Elma were Sunday evening cal- lers at the Lud Rossmaier home. Mr. and Mrs. Wes Goodburn and Danny, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Good- burn and children all of Shelton and Mr. and Mrs. Lud Rossmaier joined Mr. and Mrs. Sam Diggle and children at their lake proper- ty to a picnic and swimming. David and Darvin Jansen of Au- burn are spending some time with Rayonier Industrial Relations Man Named The appointment of George J. Moore as Aissistant to the North- west Industrial RelatiOns Manager of Rayonier Incorporated was an- nounced here today by F. I. Brad- shaw, Northwest Industrial Rela- tions Manager. In his new duties, Moore will participate in the labor relations and other phases of industrial re- lations activities conducted by the firm's Hoqniam Office. A 1961 Whitman College grad- uate, Moore joined the firm On June 1 after completion of his Hillcrest studies at the University of Pen- sylvania where he received his Master's Degree in Business Ad- ministration. 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