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Morning Flames At oy Anderson Home Osten fire complete- home of Mrs. Her home was homes in Allyn by the time department protecting the g a children are parents at Bel- .ceived necessb pots and the UGN :fund. was taken ,Clinic with in-- en a small tre while driving ::sUffered a mild was treated go home for 24 t extend deepest i Usie Von Os- Passed away of a heart at- to Los *ngeles !had been staying- . ,r Fr ant Kalishok g" rarl Terrell have their dan- i!Y, r, and Mrs eel t)d son, Randy. e:fney spent Sun- 'scent picnicking t- cUntry. Monday : eattle to see the c" enter and Ill  to visit r}age of the, low !NIi ' and Mrs Earl ! : MrS.joinedStOekland :.:::!i e by Mr. I 'n 'ce of Allvn anO .. : to meet friends r and Mrs. Mess- Everyone got the Stock- so they' Winter. Even got soaked en, were out to visit her,parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Clements, and to pick up their son John who had spent the last two weeks visiting with his grandparents. Camping this past week at Lm- eoln Campground at St a i r c ase were Mrs. Leonard Nelson of AI- lyn Nelson of Allyn and Tina, Jeff, Timmie and Tracy; Mrs. Raymond Medeiros of North Shore and Kimmie and Bruce; Mrs. Law- rence McElhaney of Silverdale and Laura, Cindy and Larry; Stevcn Rose of Beat' Creek; and David Gire of Belfair. Mr. Leonard Nel- son joined his family on Satur- day. The group held church services on Sunday Morning in their im- provised open air sanctuary. A homemade Cross and a candle were Altar decorations. MR. AND MRS. STAN Brad- ley; Rev. and Mrs. Milton Gire and daughter, Jeannine visited the campers in the afternoon. Mrs. Roy Culbertson of Belfair motored up on Sunday evening to camp 'out for a few days with the group. The Nelson children were plea- sed with a visit from their grand- parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Nel- son of Shelton, and their Uncle Bob of Montana. A wonderful time was reported by the group. MRS. RALPH SULLIVAN and three children, Pat, Mike, and Kathy of Skokomish spent Fath- er's Day with their dad and grand- father, Smitty. He was most sur- prised and happy as he hadn't ex- pected then]. The Kowalcyzk children brought home three ribbons from the Kit- sap Saddle Club Hol'se Show last Sunday. The Earl Anderson children rode in the horse Show at Chehalis and won numerous trophys ana to ribbons. Shelton Delegates Attend Lutheran ,,y E,.l,e, District Convention uN00o00" It is doubtful if Hood Canal and Union in particular has The Forty-third Convention of the Northwest District of the Lu- theran Churclt Missouri Synod, will be held at Concordia College, Portland, Ore.. from June 24 to 28. 1963. Attending the convention will be the Hey. Gerald L Herman and Emil Rauscher. delegates from Mt. Olive Lutheran church. Shelton. TIlE KEYNOTI] sermon will be delivered by the Rev. Roland lVie- deraenders. D.D.. first vice pros- ident of the Synod with a member- ship of 2.611.695 in No:ti Amer- ica. He will also report on the sLate,of the church in general, in- eluding its strong mission pro- gram in 27 foreign countries. The Hey. Prof. Victor Bartling, D.D.. of oCneordia Seminary, St. Louis. Me.. will present a portion of the convention essay, "The Modern church looks at Itself in the light of Ephesians" each day of the convention. The Hey. Carl Bensene. presi- dent of the district since 1948. will be the presiding officer of the convention under the theme, "Forward in Faith". Among in- I Hood Canal, Union Focused In Spotlight During Past Week to uphold and preserve it. along thc past two weeks, left for her'with the Hunts. Mrs. Hunt is a with the moss-covered wheel for home 'Monday morning, at Port sister of Mr. Stark. ever been so publicised or in the public eye as much during the past week. Last Friday evening TV stations of Seattle set aside one of its l egular program events for a spe- cial time devoted to the outdom's. and possibilities offered statewise with regard to tourists, activities and also some of the vacation areas and resorts. Inehlded was a fine picture f Alderbroo] Inn and its promoter and owner-oper- ator. \\;Vcs Johnson. Friday and Saturday morning the three foot minus tides brought out throngs of people to the Union tide flats. It took on the appear- anee of a In|ge municipal bathing beach, with exceptional outing clo- thes and boots being worn and "hunters" armed with goeduck guns. and elan shovels. Everyone had a good time and the spirit of friendly competition was much in evidence. The "outdoor editor of TV chan- nel 13 of Tacoma was rzght oul in the midst of it. tak'Ag candid camera shots of the diggers and also chatting with a few of then]. portant items of busincss will be The reporter got a shot of Otto the consideration of establishing Wojohn in action, and also Bill Smith and son of Shelton. phm some Madrona private homes. He also snapped a view of little Scott Metzler on a crab hunt. with a large starfish in his hands. The scenes will appear on TV Channel station 13 Thursday or Friday ev- ening of this week. Too bad some of us do not get this station clear- ly. UNION'S RANDALL Updyke was chosen as the most outstand- ing DAV (Disabled American Vet- eran} of Washinglon state last \\;ednesdav evening at Bremer- ton. The story and photos of "Up- pie" as his friends call him, ap- pearing in many papers, and his visit with Gov. Rosellini Monday at Olympia put the'small town of Union more in the limelight, and the office of the District Presi- dent as a full-time office. Dele- gates will also consider overtures to review the salary scale of pas- tel's, and the development of ur- ban church work. Thc mission out- reach of our District will be in- spiringly dramatized. Committees dealing with Social Problems and siudying the needs of Concordia College, church extension funds, Evangelism, Stewardship promo- tion. Institutional Chaplaincy, Ar- my and Navy Chaplaincy, and World Relief will also be given time for their reports and requests. The work program of the District for 1964, set at $705,965, will be thoroughly studied. TIIE DISTRICT officers will be elected for the next term. The some time to come." WE WISH THIS were possible. We recall the late Don Beckman's comment of some years ago, *'rOll ouglt to put up a wishing well beside the water wheel and charge every one 50 cents who takes a picturc of it.." Of course during the many years of its operation, literally thousands of photos have been taken of it. it has also been painted many times and written up by wn.ious publications. Last spring while the wheel was stopped, before the water was turned on, a young man stood down in the space below the wheel and said "out' photographers club of Bellevue had hundreds of shots taken of this old wheel and I aim to take back a new view, an un- dershot of it, as a new study". The h'a Morse family tool( off in their station wagon last week, with Texas as their destination. They took along a camping outfit to enable them to take a few side trips enroute. Mr. Morse still wears a cast on his leg injured re- cently while at work in the woods. His wife, Rita. decided this was a fine time to make the trip, and also get in a visit with his mo- ther and other relatives at Dallas, and Livingston. Meanwhile Luella McHenry is taking care of the Morse home. MR. AND MILS. Chuck Rowe entertained a large ntnnber of friends and neighbors last Satur- day evening at their home. Judy Rowe. home from college, assisted. A patio-buffet supper was enjoy- ed during the pleasant evening. Friends and neighbors of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Mercier welcomed them home Sunday evening a week ago, when/ they returned from a winter vacation in California and Arizona. They were delayet a cou- ple of weeks on their start back by the serious injury Dorothy re- ceived when she fell while engaged in a game of shuffle hoard, with resultant hospitalization. However Orchard. Diane Timm enjoyed a vacation at the home of her Grandparents of Snohomish and now has a cou- ple of classmates as her house- guests. WALT MILLO'S CAFE was the scene of the annual dinner of the Mason County Navy Mothers club last Friday evening, some 15 wo- men members enjoying the event. At the time the popular dining place was crowded, additional guests had to wait for table space. Millos are also adding some trailer spaces to aceomodate toumsts rom California. ,Their site is right on the water, with a good view, some of the trailer homes remain year round. The past two weeks have been most eventful at the C. R. Kelsey home. June 8 Mrs. Kelsey drove to Etlensburg to return daughter Kathy, who has been attending. School there, home the next day. A week ago Monday Charlene Kelsey returned from Girls State at Ellensburg. Friday Mrs. Kelsey boarded a train for the mid wst where she will enjoy a visit with her mother and other relatives. Last Fall Fritz Dalby made a large water color sketch of the old McReavy Andersen home. while  home on a visit. At an art Festival at Edmonds the painting was on display, and also viewed by Mr. and Mrs. Dave James, who bought it to add to their collec- tion. FRITZ IS DOING what comes naturally for he started painting as a small child his first award included a group of boats of all types made when in the 4th grade, md entered b... his teacher, Jean: Todd Fredson, "at the Mason Coun- ty Fair, all won first prize. Harlan H. Blake was stricken wtl an acute attack of bursitus last week which kept him home for a few days. He recovered suf- ficiently to take his place at the wedding of daughter Pat and give MILS. ELIZABETII Beihler for- mer Sheltonite now of Port An- geles, was a visitor Saturday at the home of Mr. and Mrs, Bob Gwin. Local friends are sorry to hear Mrs. Beihler is selling her Shelton home, and plans to make her home at Port Angeles in the neat' future. She was a resident of this district for a few years, be- fore settling in Shelton. She joins her son Roy and Family at Port Angeles. Mrs. Don Ca'llison and children are on location at Clipper COve, their Union smmner home, having opened up two weeks ago. Miss Cahdice Callison who is presently employed at a surgical supply house of Seattle. will be here dur- ing the weekends, as will Dr. Don when his medical cases and care of patients permit. Having spent his childhood and young manhood at his parents Union home. The Canal is still one of his favorite places. Miss Hilda Andersen of Seattle motored to Union last Satu'rday and has been enjoying a visit with brother Ludwig and his wife Nell. Mrs. J. W. Dickison, Hoqulam, has been visiting for the past few weeks at the Dwight Morris home, visiting her daughter and son-in- 'lair. SWITCH IIIITIH I I I DANCE SHELTON VALLEY GRANGE HALL Sat., June 29 MUSIC BY THE TUNE TOPPERS I I II I ]1 .. NEW... LAWN'BOY FINGER .tip START JUST TOUCH AND MOW a good time DICK Baum- HeN per- rotection The Del Stormo's spent the Board of Directors. the Counsel- weekend at Dosewallips doing a ors of the 21 circuits, and the bit of fishing. Irene Wynn is up from Califor- nia visiting relatives in Allyn. THE LEONARD PETERSONS went to Bay Center over the week- end. Saturday night they went to Sea View to a friend's wedding. Sherri passed the grooms cake. Frannie lmlped cut the wedding cake. The highlight was the air- plane ride, Sherri and Randy took Saturday afternoon. delegates to represent our Dist- rict at the next convention of the General Church Body at Detroit. Mich.. in 1965 will also be chosen. All of the 400 delegates will have an opportunity to tour the new Lutheran Building, authorized at the 1961 convention, located at 1700 N.E. Knott Street, Portland. and dedicated in January 1963. The Northwest District, con]- prising the States of Alaska. Ore- also caused local residents a feel- ing of pride, for the man who erected a large building and go- ing business to add to Union's now active business center. These include Union Cafe. Balls Foo0 Center. Buechel's Garage. the Un- ion Marine and the Post Office. and yatt's Flowers. Ever since the water wheel was started up in May, there has been a steady stream of cars stopping to take pictures of the old land- mark. It was especially attractive after a couple of days rest, they are once more enjoying the canal. Mr. and Mrs. Thurman Hamilton of Presser were houseguests of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hamilton last week. Ed Hamilton continued to bring back a salmon daily from his fishing trips. Saturday he lim- ited with two blackmonth and a silver salmon. MRS. KENNETH Kohl had the misfortune to break a bone in her foot last Thursday which neces- sitated her being on crutches. As Sandra McKeen and Sherle Nog- gle have returned from Pullman from Jobies installation. We hope you have noticed the change taken place at Mel and Leifa Noggles, Allyn Grocery They have remodeled and enlarged their store, doubling their floor space and adding a new meat mar- ket. The new siding on the out- side looks real nice, too. WORK AT THE Fire Hall in Allyn looks pretty good With the promise of more to come. The opening of the B & W Marina in the north end of building is ew- dently going to be fixed up also. '['he old houses in Kirkville at Allyn are being torn down and removed. This will be a big eyesore gone from Allyn. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Gamber ot Gambers Grocery have put on new brick and panel siding on the out- side. Mighty nice improvement. In 1940, eight fires started per 10,000 capita in the state. In 1962 three man-caused fires were start- ed per i0,000 capita . . . a reduc- tion of man-caused fires of: ap- proximately 50 percent, with an increase in population over the same period of time amounting to 1,300,000 people. II l II II llllll ii As Electric Light e est Way to heat your home is with built-in Ome heatingthe modern system that cre. silently, automatically. eat is as clean as electric light--and as too. e, there's no fuel, no storage flue, no fumes---just the even warmth :Ontr , room by room, with indiv=dual Jr Walls, your draperies, carpets and clean longer. facts about the home heatlng system of here today--clean, quiet, comfortable P.U.D. NO. 3 gun, Washington and Idaho. is one of 32 districts in North Am- erica of the Lutheran Church-- Missouri Synod. This District has 214 congregations serving 42.460 communicant members. There's a choice in U.S. Savings Bonds to fit any saveIs pocket- book--be it $25 or $10,000! when spring beauties covered the it was necessary to put the foot old shake roof of the little log in a east, she doubtless will be powerhguse lately. Saturday a station wagon was parked beside the site while the owner stood admiring the sight. Later he said "this is the most beautiful lhing we have seen along our drive, and this log building should have a strong inner frame able to get about before too long. Karen Kohl Evans has her B.A'. as a recent graduate of San Jose state college of California. She is an art major, while Spanish is one of her minor subjects, Miss Shelley Allison who had been the house guest of Nick Coles Two Birthdays Observed L00dies' Club Picnics At Panhandle By Mabel Kidd DAYTON -- Ladies' Club met on June 19 and picnicked at Pan- handle 4-H camp. The birthdays of Hazel Williams and Donna An- derson were observed. The next meeting will be announced at a later date. Mr. and Mrs. John James, daughter and son-in-law of Mr. and Mrs. Dick Leonard. left on Wednesday to fly to Ketchikan where they will make their new home. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Baze and children spent the weekend in Quilcene with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Warren Bancroft. Tley at- tended the wedding of her broth- er, Richard Bancroft to JacqueL- ine Edgington on Saturday eve- ning. Tom Baze was one of the ushers. JACK KIRK and son, Raymond of Tacoma visited on Sunday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. James Hickson. Raymond is going to stay avhile with the Hickson fa- mily. Mr. and Mrs. John Young and family accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Andrews and children of Shelton spent the weekend at Westport. Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Chopin ot Lilliwaup were Thursday callers of Mrs: Gertrude Scott Monday callers in the Bruce McQuilkin home were lV[rs. John Anderson and children and Mrs, Waiter Chappell and children. During the week, Mr. and Mrs. Dell Adams enjoyed having their children drop in to see them. On Wednesday Mrs. J. C. Tibbits and children of Chehalis spent the day after spending Tuesday night in the Allen Tibbits' home, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Rickards and family, Chehalis, Mrs, Ruby Hitchings, his mother of Shelton. Thursday the Dick Kellys, Seattle, the Fran- cis Troup family, Seattle, ana Saturday and Sunday the tester Adams. Tacoma. SUNDAY EVENING callers in the Harry Kidd home were Mr, and Mrs. Ralph Pauley and, Glor- ia. Glenn Young, who is now em- ployed in Seattle, spent the week- end in the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Young. Dennis Combs spent Sunday ov- ernight with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Seab Combs and kept cousins, Larry and Leslie Pearson company. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Calkins, Shelton spent Sunday helping Mrs. Scott cut winter's wood. L, B. PHARRIS is now home after a two week stay in the hos- pital. Mrs. Jerry Bloomfield was one of the honor guests of the Cham- ber of Commerce at a dinner hon- oring the top 10 graduates held at Alderbrook Wednesday eve- ning. Mrs. Merlin Rickards and chil- dren left Tuesday morning by train for Wood. South Dak., where they will attend the silver wedding anniversary of her sister and hUS- band, Mr. and Mrs: Wendell"Di- mend. They also plan to visit rel- atives in Colorado. Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Allen Tib- bits. Keith and Bill. Mr. and Mrs. Erman Tibbits and Mr. and Mrs. Willis Tibbits and girls motored to Chehalis for a potluck dinner to celebrate the seventh wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Tibbits. The Eldon Todds visited on Sun- day with Iris parents. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Todd. Mr. Bishop of Kamilehc, and Mrs. Pete Bloomfield. Peggy and Darlei]e called on Mrs. Floyd Wat- term Thursday luncheon guests ot Mrs. Allen Tibbits were Mrs. Clyde Norris and Mrs. Helen Mor- row of Lost Lake. PEGGY BLOOMFIELD spent a couple of days in Kamilche with grandmother, Mrs. Les Bishop, then left Monday afternoon for ural Resources. Westport with Susie Leighton and her parents. The John Anderson family spent Saturday night and Sunday in Lil- liwaup with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Chopin. Mrs. L. A. Todd was luncheon guest on Wednesday of Mrs Alvin Hulbert and Donna. Mr. and Mrs. Merlin Rickards and family visited on Saturday afternoon in Skokomish--Vatley with M'r, and Mrs. Elmer McCoy and Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Byrd. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Pharris ot Seattle were down for the week- end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. L: B.- Pharris. Ghristian Science Will Be Discussed Sunday "Christian Science" will be the subject of the Bible lesson this Sunday at all Christian Science church services. The Golden Text is from Isaiah ,52:10): "The Lord hath made bare his holy arm in the eyes of all the nations; and all the ends of the earth shall see the salva- tion of our God." Related readings will include these lines: "Truth's immortal idea is sweeping down the cen- turies, gathering beneath it s wings the sick and sinning" ("ScienCe nd Health with Key to the Scrip- tures" by Mary Baker Eddy,:p.55). Keep Washington Green is main- tained on a total budget of $30,- 000 per year. Two-thirds of the contributions are by private indus- try and individuals. The remain- ing 30 percent, is in the form of an allotment from the state of Washngton's Department of Nat- ,,, i i The American Legion Dept,'of Wash. FRED B. WIVELL POST 31 Jay Umphenour, Commander J. Mel Dobson, Adjutadt Summer Meetings First Tuesday of Month At The Memorial Hall---8 p.m. TRAVEL TRAILERS .... Now On Display 15'-006' O0 $ O0 =1095 to 1795 Kelly's Furniture Co. 1st  .Mill Sis. Phone 426-2411 her hand in marriage to Wendell Lane of Richland. in a pretty cere- mony last Saturday evening at the Colonial House in Shelton. The ceremony was preformed by Chap- lain Bakker of the Bremerton Naval Base. Bridesmaid was Jan- ice Blake. sister of the bride. The bridegroom's brother attended him as best man. A reception followed at Colonial House. Details of the wedding and an accompanying pic- ture appear in the society dept. of the Journal. Miss Hilda Andersen of Seattle motored to Union to spend the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Lud Andersen. She is a sister of Lud Andersen, I[R. AND I$1RS. Merritt Stark returned Friday morning from a motor trip to Newberg Oregon where they visited Mr. and Mrs. Seymore Hunt for several days. The Starts left a week ago, en- joying a side trip or so about Ore- gon and viewing the effects of the wind storm of last October, which created such havoc. As the straw- berry season was in full blast they took advantage of the occasion and purchased a couple of boxes of fine berries at a reasonable price, and made jam while enjoying a visit HEW HOMELITE CONVERTIBLE DRIVE CHAIN SAW Pick the drive to suit the job. With the C.7 you can convert from direct to gear  drive i just 9 minutes. Die-cast con- struction assures long life. Saeger Molor Shop on Hillcrest "We Service What We Sell" m  r I H I Lightest weight Ntagnlite Housing cuts mower weight. Quietest mowing Oversize muffler reduces noise. Safest operation Exceeds AA stnlards. Highest powered Super-powered for smoother mowing. 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