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25, 1964 Associate TRmP TO NA By Betty Criss BELFAIR -- Two Belfair Boy Scouts, Alan Cady and George Pal- mer, will leave July 5, along with Scouts from the Olympic Area Council, o11 a cross country trip that will undoubtedly rcmain in their meniories as a high-light in their Scouting careers. Their destination is the Sixth National Jamboree of the Boy Scouts of America to be held at Valley Forge, Pennsylvania, July 17-23. Since the organization of the Olympic Are~ Council, this will be the first group attending a Jamboree comprising only Olympic Area Council members. Jamboree Troop 46 is their assigned numeri- cal designation. FORTY-ONE Boy Scouts, Ex- plorers and leaders will represent the Olympic Area Council at the encampment along with over 50,- 000 other Scouts and adults. While at the Jamboree, the Olympic Area Scouts will camp under their own tentage and will display a large announc- Olympic Peninsula painting at of Dr. theii" encampment's entry in the associate 1,900-acre state park. sit Hospi- In announcing itinerary plans for the trip, Jamboree Committee as a ].964 chairman Dr. Dale Hadfield, SiN State verdale, said, "We believe that the school, trip we have planned will help Doctor of our Scouts know and love America legree. Pre- as they travel to and from the from Jamboree". in 1961 in Boy Scouts and Explorers a stint in tin, ugh-out the nation will parti- cipate in a "Strengthen America's ~Iontana. Heritage" program through June his wife and July. This nation-wide pro- ~ghters, Rene gram will culminate On July 18 at the Jamboree when the Scouts attending will celebrate American on Mr. Heritage Day with special flag- raising ceremonies and patriotic campfire meetings. TIIE LOC/kL SCOUTS w~ll leave from Seattle-Tacoma Ail~port on Trans-Canada Airlines via Van- couver, B.C., to Toronto. There they will be guests in homes of Canadian Scouts and white there will participate in a fellowship ---Last campfire. A chartered bus will s. Frank then take them to Niagara Falls whi for an overnight hotel stop. nd her home Their next overnight stop will into th( be Camp Sayre, Boston Council's Mrs. lowland camp. Their tour in Bos- Clift rush- ton will include the Freedom Trail, Hospital USS Constitution ("Old Iron- Frank sides"), Boston Common, the cam- ng from an! pus of Havard and M.I.T., then t last Thurs- on to an overnight at Camp Squan- to, neat" Plymouth, Mass,. for a out of theNew England clambale featuring lobsters, clams, corn, nectar, etc. a. 5 lb., The group will also tour Plymouth Del Hope Phmtation and Mayflower II, and Tacoma while the "Wood's Hole Oceanographic Lr and Worms Lab on Cape Cod. Ir rainbows Three clays will be spent in New York City, where they will stay at atm.day af- the William Sloane House, Y.M. u'e starting C.A., at Times Square. Their first full day will be spent at the Cooper World's FaiL'. The next day a Everett chartered bus will tour Liherty Is- Day .land, United Nationsl Central Jr. and Park, Chinatown, SLat.an Island d of Lyn- Ferry, Empire State Bldg., and other highlights of the city. Mrs. Amel IN WASIIINGTON, the group herren to will stay at the Ambassador Hotel Robert and will visit the home of Wash- ington, Mt. Vernon on the PoLo- and son, mac, Arlington National Came- last Sat-tery, obsmwing the changing of Day with the guard at the Tomb of the Un- known Soldier and seeing the ard Reeve grave of Pres. Kennedy. They will home of also visit the White House, Capi- and tel Buildings, the Smithsonian In- stituLe and Embassy Row. In Phi- Mr. and ladelphia, enroute to the Jambo- n, Alan vi- ree, they will Lout tlle Betsy Rosa and Mrs. House, Independence Hall and see Ines Blacker the Liberty Bell. Cheha- , , id some Chnshan Scientist ,Lh Mr and Services Are Sot is Miss "Whosoever shall not receive the kingdom of God as a little child, he orth shall not enter therein" (Mark 10). These words of Christ Jesus With Mr. will set forth one of the major Were Mr. themes of the Bible Lesson to be h~ard Sunday at all Christian Sci- c]~cc churches. Related readings from "Science and Health with Key to the scrip- Lures" by Mary. Baker Eddy will include these lines: "Willingness to become as a little child and to re on the leave the old for the new, renders Sat- thought receptive of th~ advanced Pal- idea. Gladness to leave the false SHELTON--MASON COUNTY JOURNAT;--Published in "Chris$mastown, U.S.A.", Shelton, Washington JAMBOREE Jg Y 5 BIG ADVENTURE AHEAD---George Palmer (left) and Alan Cady, Belfair Boy Scouts,. are shown here working on a treop cleanup campaign. They leave for the 6th annual International Boy Scout Jamboree at Valley Forge, Pa., July 5. I They expect to be home July l 25 after their stay at Valley Forge SLate Park. Tour Director, accom- panying the group, will be Dr. Robert P. Schutt of Bremcrton, who will serve on the national me- dical staff; Scoutmaster will be Philip Missal, Jr., of Port Angeles; and Asst. Scoutmasters will be George Weed, Brinnon, and Orvil- le F. Schultz, Bremerton. Besides the two Belfair Scouts, there will be representatives from Bremerton, Central Kitsap, Gorst, Port Orchard, Port Townsend, Se- quire, Port Angeles and Brinnon. JUNE 12 was the wedding date of Miss Leslie McDonald, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Perry McDonald to Mr. Giles Swanson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ecker Swanson, both No|'th Shore residents. The couple will make their home in Seattle. June 13 in Colfax, Washington, wa.~ the date and setting of the wedding of Pearl Rose Van Bus- kirk and Roy Bead. A reception in their honor was held last Sunday afternoon at the Ball'air Fire Hall. The first of two Sunday after- noon concerts by lhe North Mason Stage Ban(t was given last Sunday at the high school gym. The con- carts are to help raise money to send this group of music students to the University of Newtda in August for a seminar, in music. Admission to the concerts is 50 cent. Members of the band are also h)oking for odd jobs and any- one interested may call CR 5-3101. June 27 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. wil be the date of the second car wash to be held by the Girl Scouts to help raise funds to send Katy Wilbur to the All-SLate Encamp- ment in Baltimore, Maryland. The car wash will be held at Back's service station. your cracked (w windows with PITTSBURGH SAFETY GLA Our complete crocks oh DUPLATE s ,y el= ol=,, DUOLITE s=e. W o. eb= SOLEX Heat-Abuorbinll Olin ~you prompt, eft]dent Rlas ent jobl in all maEes models ~ ears on the ro=d today. AJ4 US FOR ~8 mN R and Mrs. laudmarks and joy to see them dis- for dinnerappear; --- this disposition help$ tile 23rd to precipitate the ultimate har- hit,. and many' (p. 323}. The subject is 3rd & Grove Sts. "Clu'istian Science." Child Guidance Genter Optometric Society Office To Be Moved Scheduled The She]ton Child Guidance Center is moving its' offices .hfly 1 Lo the Collier Clinic, Suite 7, Fifth and Birch Streets, from the Govcy Building, where it has been since 1955. The telephone muubcr in thc new quarLcrs wilt be 426- 6511. Mrs. Margaret Morris is the psychiatric social worker ill charge. Site also ,~erves in the B,,'emerton office. The Shelt(m Chihl Guidance Center is part o a statewide l)ro- gram in communities, to help emotionally distm'bed children aria their parents. Referrals come from the schools, Juvenile Court, State Department of Public Assistance, medical doctors, ministers, and parents themseh, cs. The most fre- quent problem enconntercd is the child who is nnderachieving in school, but other problems include, stealing, bed-wetting, lying, run- away behavior, and temper tan- trums, among others. Mrs. Morris is at the ShelLon Child Guidance Canter on Wednes- days for appointments. August 2 A summer meeting of tile Olym- pic Optometric Society is schednl- ed. August 2 at Spene.cr Lake, it wJ~s annommcd last week. Dr. Harry Tokes, of Shclton, the organizaLiou's pJ'e,~;idenL-clec.L, outlined program plans l(n' the conling year aL the business meet- ing in ILaymond Thursday. The all-day picnic aL Spencer Lake is planned Ullder the direc- tion of Dr. ,lames Peterson, Dr'. George Radich and Dr. Tokos, all of Shelton. NEW CONSTRUCTION -- REMODELING PURCtlASE 6% On Reducing Balances--No Commission Charges Mason County Savings & Loan Association TITLE INSURANCE BUILDING SHELTON PAGE 7 .................................................................................................. i ....................................................................................................................... Keep America Green V Ud8 a4,HI"g.AY' Big Capacity 3-zone activator wash action Powered spray rinse Counter height, counter depth Porcelain washbasket and tub Dr. H. O. 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