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20, 1962 ZIIELTON--MAgON COUNTY JOIYRNALZ-Publilled in "Chr{sfmastown, U..AY, Zhelton, Washington The Kamilche to hear of Mrs. at her born and rais- She was horn family who to the Pa- of this have eel- Weddin p" anni- Oyster bay the Wald- She leaves and neph- w'ls held Shetton, a for- passed ng. He is sin'- Mrs. Phyllis Harold C. Jr. y, Jack in the army; Mon- stepdaugh- of Ks- of Shel- Holbert of -'rs, Sidney, Ta- River, Ida. ; and Ernest in }rs, Mrs. Eva and Mrs. 27 grand- grandchil- were held is ex- ! SOrrowing fam- )th, Mr. and and tam- members of North Am- at their Al;ound 60 rom Seattle, and Oy- report that the moved from area near the line. The States and have lived 1929 working ent 'n?pia Oyster since that Joe, Joe re- rein Fort Ord, served six Nancy was and re- in Seattle. The QonIns. llv at a atherinK on Mr. and "Mrs. and two their hmle spe:lrtirt, mother qder return- s,) after via- her daub. and Mrs.\\;. t. er retm-ned one week In 1is brother Harold Moore Kamihhe Community Lloyd and also a sister in Fief (ante. Mr. and Mr% Avery Kelley and Mrs. Ben Coker are visiting in l.f Caa m mL the Kelle.ys with lheir daughter Teresa MakovTney at Mnywood, and Mrs. Coker with her daughler, Mrs. ylvia Nigro at Azula. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. MeFie ot Twisp came Saturday evening to visit a fev: days wilh lhe Cecil Btaekwelders. "S Mll. AND }It, . EI)IVIN Pelty spent \\;Vednesday, Thursd'ty and P'riday of last week at then" oeeqn l)eneh cabin. On Saturday afternoon, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Petty attended the weddinp," of Caroline Anne Parr and Michael Rowbind Esteourt in St. Johns Episcopal Chm'ch in Olympia and the receplion at the Tyee Motor Inn in Tumwater. \\;Vednesday of lasl week Me. and Mrs. Jim \\;Valdrip. Mrs. Sarah Butts and Mi'. and Mrs. Eugene Taylor \\;vmt to Tacoma to visit Mrs. Mildred Heffington. A FattSer's Day gathering at the home of the Engene Taylor's were Mr. and Mrs. Bob unter. and son Stanley of Seattle, Edwin Taylor, Mrs. Earl Wiles and son Pete, Mr. and Mrs. Justin Taylor and three children. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Simmans entertained on Thm'sdav evening with a birthday and Father's Day dinner. Mrs. Betty Johnson O' Olympia was a Sunday dinner guest at the Harry Simmons home. CALLEIlN AT the Dan Vood lmme on Friday evening were Mr, and Mrs. Joe Eieh and on Sunday eveninff, Mr. and Mrs. Day Lynch. O. D. Villines returned Sunday evening to his home, having ecru- Dieted his first year at Centralia Junior Colleffe. Mr. and Mrs. N. MeKinnev of Rochester, recently having return- ed from Arizona, visited on Sun- day e;ening and overnight at the Phil Simmons home. Mrs. McKin- ney ministered at the Kamilehe Community church that eveninm Satmxtay evening- and Sunday e'uests of tie F, dwin Pettv's were Don and Mary Newman of Seattle. and Jess, Nell and Diane Jm'dan of Olympia. Goasi Guard PosUion Available Te Licensed Marine Officers Seattle --- Career positions witl the U.S. Coast Guard are on'- really available to licensed offi- cers of the lY S. Merchant Marble. The majority of assignments will be in the field of merchant marine afety. Commissions will be iven in the rades nf Lie-femml and Lieu- tenant, junior grad'e, depending up- on your qualifications. Officers with at leant four years ea time are invited to make in- cmirv bv coutacting Commandant (PTP-2}, Coast Guard Headquar- ters Washington 25, D.C. RVICE 426-3172 DIRECTORY Floor Coverings Linoleum Tile , Carpeting Formica REX FLOOR COVERING Mt. View Ph. 426-2292 DERS Ph, 426-4832 Radiator Repair Boiling out Soldering New cores BOON'S PLUMBING HEATING, SHEET METAL 623 S, 1st. Ph. 426-3483 lumps Appliances C0S- ' e " sraetics MACy 426-3327 trees leveling "PING 426-4718 I to HAVEN 100 Florist Plants I for all occasions Flowers EVERGREEN FLORISTS 4th & Birch 8 to 8 426-8479 Auto Glass , Expert Installation JIM PAULEY, INC. 5th & Railroad Ph. 426-8231 Draperies custom made free estimates work guaranteed a. C. PENNEY CO. 305 RR Ave. Ph. 426-8283 Electrical . House wiring & rewiring Electric Heating Trouble Shooting Licensed & Bonded Contractor JIM EINARSSON ELEC. Star Rte. 2, Box 37, 426-6520 426-4412 lift s Service 426.8254 Welding Service 24 hour call also horse shoeing JAMES KYLE Rt. 1, Box 1091 Phone l'acoma VI 7-7307 Ambulance Radio Dispatched Oxygen Equipped 2,t hr. service Torsak Ambulance 2119 Adams St. 426-8254 PACE 13 I $outhside 4-H Group Travels To Pullman Mrs. Ben Drake. Etta and Rita Swearingen, Diane Ohremski and Dorothy Garner af the Mill Creek What Nots 4-H chlh left last Monday and returned home Satur- day after spmlding lhe week at \\;Vashington State 4-H Cmnp al Pullman. \\;Vhite al tile State 4-1t Camp Mrs. Ben Drake was eleefied see- relary of the Washington State Fair Board. Mrs. Drake is vice president of the Southwest District of the Leaders Council "rod is leader of the Mill Creek Vgbst Nots 4-It Club. All enjoyed it at Pullman while there and had a good time in spiie of tie hot wea- ther. Sally Wolf of the Live Wires 4-H Cluh attended a week at Washington State 4-H Camn at Pullman last week Karen Wolf was Student A0visor at State 4-H Camp and Mrs. Betty Wolf leader at the Live Wires. also attended. Mrs. Betty Wolf was chaperone. VISITORS OF MR. and Mrs. L. L. Puvin and Rose Ann arriv- in last Tuesdav were Rev. and Mrs. Leroy Kellerman of Lnsk. Wyoming, Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Putvin and Rose Ann left Mon- day with the Kellermans for tusk. Wyoming. Diekie Holtorf. son of Mr. and Mrs John He]tort. who is in the Navy arrived home last Tuesday and will leave June 23 to spend a couple of days visiting with his ffrandparents Mr. and Mrs. ChueR Staley of Tucson. Arizona before leaving for Glencove, Georgia where he will be stationed. Karen Wolf daughter of Mrs. Betty Wolf arrived home. Satur- day after attending a year of eol- lege at Washington SLate Uni- versity at Pullman. MRS. BEN DRAKE. DIANE Obremski and Rita Swearinger of the Mill Creek What Nots 4-H Club Tuesday attended the Shelton Women's Club meeting at Nina Millers on Hood Canal Diane Obremski and Rita Swearinger were sponsored by the Shelton Women's Club to attend Washing- ton State 4-H Camp. Ms. Betty Wolf, teacher of the Southside School Mouday enrolled at Pacific Lutheran University in Tacoma Mr. and Mrs. Joe Switzer and family spent the weekend visiting Mr. and Mrs. Robert eden aO family of Vashon Island. Mr. and Mrs. Verne Schuffen- hauer and family and Effie Brown- field spent the weekend visiting Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Lilly and eam- ily of Tot)penish. Mrs. "Sehuffen- hauer reported it was very hol there, around 105 degrees. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Putvin and family Sunday after- noon for a barbecue were Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Putvin and Rose Ann Reverend and Mrs. Leroy "Keller- man. Mr. and Mrs. Don F[ansen and family of Puyallup, Mr. and Mrs. Don Putvin and family and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Putvin. Friendship Club met at the hmne of Danielson's and held a plant and white elephant sale. Mrs. Danielson se r v e d refresh- ments. Myrtle Gosser and Cindy Russell called on Myrtle Kratcha last Wednesday. tilliwaup Holds Business Meet Friday Night By lIrs. Nell Vance LILLIWAUP . Lilliwaup Com- munity Club held their t?uslness meel+j Friday evening. A large crowd attended and a delicious pothmk dinner was served. Pinochle followed the business meeting, thirteeen tables in play, with high score going to Laura Gillam and Bill Gilbert: second high to Evelyn Nicholson and Dess Haines; 300 pinochle to Mattie Backlund and Lee Andrews. Matt Kaare won the door prize. This was the last party in a ser- ies of five. Dess Haines won the series prize for men with a score of 25340 and Edna Haines the high score for ladies with a score of 23.320. A new series will begin June 28. This was the last business meeting mfUl October. Millie Die- sen and Daisy Vance were hos- tesses for the evening. HOOD CANAL Garden Club will hold its Rose Luncheon this Thurs- day at the Woman's Clubhouse in Potlatch.. The Father's Day breakfast giv- en by the Hood Canal Woman's Club Sunday was well attended. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wahl and children of Tacoma spent the weekend with Mrs. Wahl's parents Mr. and Mrs. Lew Evans. Last week the Evans motored to the Seattle-Tacoma Airport to see Faith's mother. Mrs. Florence Ross of Seattle off on a jet flight to Los Angeles. Calif. where she will visit a daughter Mrs. Grace Brown for a couple of weeks. On their way to the Airport they stopped offin Tacoma and picked up their daughter Sharon Wahl another daughter Sandra Nelson and daughter Faith of Everett joined the group at tim Airport where they all had a nice visit with Mrs. Ross before the Jet took off. MRS. ALBERT Witte of Seattle spent several days last week with her father Jack Dwyer. who re- turned home from the Shelton General hospital last Tuesday. Mrs. Millie Gerkensmyer of the Lilliwaup Motel underwent surg- cry in a Seattle Hospital last week. At the last report she was get- ting along nicely. Her many friends wish her a speedy recov- ery, Allyn Residents have eelehcaled her 91st birthday in August. She kept her own lmuse and flowers, until the r.ime she ntered the hospital, being a very spry and alert 90 year old. "Grandma" as she was affee- tionalely known hqd lived in Ma- son County 57 years, raising hm family here. She was born m Il- linois in August. 1872. She was tile mother f seven children, five boys nnd two girls. All living in Washington. She has two sisters ip. Kansas and one in Texas. 15 grandchildren and several great grandchildren. "(IIANI)MA" was a loveable. pleasant pers,m to be with and will be greatly missed by all who knew lieu. She was a pioneer member of the Allyn Birthday Club and saw many of the present number grow up, living to see many of their children graduate from high school and later marry. A full life and a happy one with good health to enjoy it. Services were held at 1:00 p.m. Saddened By Loss ning at the Bremerton home of Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Congdon. The Beachcombers Garden Club held its last meeting of the sea- son at the pleasant sUlnlner home of Mrs. Lam'a Knoell of Victor. Eleven members were present and two visitors. A business meeting was held in the morning session. Mrs. Knoell assisted by her grand- daughter Laura. of Tacoma, serv- ed a delicious hmeheon at noon. The weatller cooperated and it w's a lovely day. Plans for next year were discussed. Mrs. Edwin Griggs has been president this year, incoming president will be Mrs. Emil Gaetana. Mrs. Clay Jones reported on the work that was done at the Allyn Cemetery befm-e Memorial Day. A goodly munber in this work which is a project of the Beaeheombers Gar- den Club. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Andersdn cleaned the flower bed PICKERING HOHEHAKERS DISCUSS AUGUST PICNIC Mrs, Earl Harriman Piekering Homemaker's C lu b met last Wednesday at the club house with 19 members and one guest present. This is the last elub meeting until September. A picnic was discussed for August. Mr. and Mrs. LaRDy Fuller and family of Summer Lake, Ore- gon, called at the Carl Johnson home last week. They had come up for their sons graduation. They also called on Mabel Harriman, as Well as Mrs. Fuller's relatives in Agate and Shelton. Mrs. Inez Peterson's great granddaughter of Ta coma is spending her vacation at Picker- rag. We understand Mrs. Bessie An- derson and son George entertain- ed her other son James Anderson and family from Ketehikan, Alas- ka. recently. Miss Janiee Gwinnett of the fish hatchery is spending her vacation with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Johnson. Art and Loren Pazel left Fri- day evening for Chehalis where they will spend two weeks vaca- tion with their grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Art Johnston. Mrs. Phillip Chapman and chil- dren are attending Bible school in Shelton. Mabel Harriman is spending her vacation at Hoquiam and West- port with her daughters and fami- lies. GETS SCHOLARSHIP Loren William Gee, Shelton has been awarded one of the Sears Roebuck Foundation F r e s hman Scholarships for $300 for his fresh- man year at Washington State University. He recently was in- formed of the seholarshlp in a letter of congratulations from Dr. C. Clement French. president of WSU. Of Log Cleveland, Earl Holbrook I t t lh'i h be h 2u2 % fa cS:tu2. I'" " The Replinishing shower group l met to honor Mrs. Barbara Vynn I last Tuesday evening. Twelve i spent the day with them at the members were in attendance. Bar- I beach. bara had made delicious jello des- I MR, AND MRS. WALTER Marl- serf 'nd lovely cinnamon bnns. lgean and Judy and Mr. and Mrs. Dorothy Griffey made a lovely / Dick Baumgartner and John, Ka- birthday cake to honor Mrs. Bar- / lhy and Mary spent Father's Day bara Stormo who's bfrthday was with their dad, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Clements. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Gaschk and Joanne and Doug spent Father's Day with her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Steve Boyce. Mr. and Mrs. Vv'alt Stoektand, Tuesday. Barbara \\;Vynn received so many lovely gifts which in- eluded table clothes, bath towels, bath room curlains, mixing bowls, dish towels and a lovely china cup. A fun time was had by all and Mrs. Martha Watson will be next honored Mrs. on July 9. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Wolfe, who have a summer home at Lake- wood have reLtuTled holne from a trip to California. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Clements' grandson Johnny is spending a couple of weeks with his grand- parents at their beach home. ALLYN RESIDENT,q were sad- dened to hear of the passing of Earl Halbrook a week ago Sat- urday at the Botts Nursing Home at the age of 68.He was born Feb. 16. 1895 in College Place, Wash. Mr. Holbrook had lived in the county for the past 25 years. The funeral was held at 2 p,m. %Venesday at Batstone Funeral Home. Surviving is a daughter, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Terretl, arrived Monday to visit from Billings, Mont. Ph. 426-8139 COMING SPARTACU8 THUR. - FRI. - SAT. OPENS 6:45 ALWAYS CLEAN . II III II , ,, i You ShoUld Know... GLINT WILLOUR LIFE INSURANCE IN THESE MODERN DAYS IS NOT A LUX- URY BUT A NECESSITY. bl/W NATIONAl. ......... ' B YOUR THANK YOU FO SUPPORT FLAG RENEWAL DATE -- JULY i Mr. Business and Professional Man! The warm response we have received for renewals of our flag service is very grat- ifying and deeply appreciated by the Shelton Chapter of the Washington As- sociation for Retarded Children. We take this opportunity to express our gratitude to you and to invite any business firm or professional man who does not now have this patriotic service but would like it, to contact by July 1 BOB KIMBEL DON SMITH RAY SPILSETH 426-6318 426-8660 426-8478 or write to W.A.R.C., P.O. Box 5, Shelton EGGS , ......... i 1 i , ,i .rosh Leo., ..och 41'il Large AA ................................. DOZ. i , i 1 r l I AND SAVE!! June 20 21 22 EFFECTIVE   TO LIMIT TURKEY HENS Grfade A Yearling - 14/16 LB. Avg. RIB ROAST ' 0000o,oe 79' Char-broil or Oven Roast ......... LB. 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