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June 27, 1963     Shelton Mason County Journal
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SHELTON--MASON COUNTY 50URNAlJ--Published I I ii r of our IVERSARY SALE  L THIS THUR., FRI., AND SAT. YOU WILL FIND MANY ONCE IN A LIFETIME VALUES IN OUR APPLIANCE DEPT. THE POWERS THAT BE SAY TO REDUCE THE INVENTORY SO CHECK THESE VALUES. 12 Ibs. Gapadty Filter FIo 3 Wash temperatures Q 2 Rinse temperatures 2 Gycles Salty Mariner 2 ONLY 13.2 flu. Ft. Refrig. - Freezer Combination '24800 2 Speed G.E. Filter - Flo Washer '1999s , G.E. DELUXE i in "Chr{sfmasfown, U..A,". Shelton, Washington I II I I ! ii I ii KAMILCHE--Mrs. J. L. (Fran- ces) Simmons announces me mar- riage of her daughter Grace to Michael Buckner, son of Mr. and Mrs. Preston Lewis of Portland, Ore. The ceremony was perform- ed Saturday, June 22, 1963, in Bennett Chapel. A reception was held following the marriage at the" home of Mrs. Emma Johnston. The couple will make its home in Portland. Dale Hail, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Hall had a narrow escape from serious injury last Friday morning when he was driving to work and fell asleep. Five miles north of Lilliwaup the car left the road and fell over the bank to the edge of Hood Canal. The car was a total wreck. His injur- ies fortunately were slight, a few cuts and scratches. SUNDAY AFTERNOON Mr. and Mrs. Howard Fuller attended the 40th wedding anniversary ga- thering of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Aus- tin at their home on the Black Lake Road. Mrs. Cecil McHenry took little Rex to the Orthopedic hospl-T[al in Seattle for two days treatment last week. " Mr. and Mrs. Ron Hill (form- erly Delores Durkin) of Tacoma visited at the home of her par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Dur- kin last weekend. A little baby girl was born to the Hill family on June 8. Her name is Shelly Christine, weight four pounds and 13 ounces. MR. AND MRS. HARRY Sim- Mobilmaid Dishwasher mona had dinner on Tuesday with the William Snyders on Arcadia ,168o o Mr. and Mrs. Chef Richards of Arcadia called on the Harry Sire- , mona' Thursday. Henry Brown arrived at the Dan Completely Portable Brown home last week from Fort Record Player Sill, Oklahoma on 22-day furlough, his first visit since Christmas. 3 speed, uses Mr and Mrs. J. Jolliff enter- 4 flashlight batteries rained her uncle and wife, Mr. i and Mrs. A. C. Lindsay of San for power Francisco, Calif., last week. ward Fischer's is progressing with 15 w.iring job being done this week. Mr. and Mrs. Dwayne Webster, ' Johnnie, Jimmy and Marian, and 18 Cu. Ft. Upright Mr. and Mrs. Jess Jordan and Diane, all of Olympia were week- FREEZER, Holds end guests of the Ed Betty's at Over 700 lbs. tleir ocean beach cabin. Mrs. Grace Petty and Mrs. Gla- DO"" 2 members of the She]ton Degree of Honor Lodge to Tenino last Thursday evening for the host FACTORY AUTHORIZED lodge's Friendship night. MR. AND MRs. ED Petty had GENERAL ELECTRIC lunch Monday with his sister. Mrs. Deiia'B%yr and two granddaugh SALES & SERVICE = era Addi'and DoroLhy:Hinchcliff of Butte, Mont. CALL 426,8215 Florence Petty of Arcadia road spent two days last week at the Ed PeLt), home. Mary Lois Rankin of Trinidad Lake Nahwatzel Bders Celebrated During Past B,3' Joan Tuppcr Mr. and Mrs. Roe Franklin ac- companied by their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. John Patten drove to Quilcene to the home of Mr. Franklin's mother, Mrs. Dora Crowell to help her celebrate her 91st birthday and also celebrating her birthday, her 89th, was Mrs. Anna McBride, aunt of Mrs. Lee Dawson. Mrs. Dawson drove to Vancouver, Canada last Sunday to the home of Mr. and :Mrs. Earl McBride where she enjoyed a com- bined birthday dinner for Mrs. McBride and herself. Returning from Canada Mrs. Dawson visited in Seattle at the home of Mrs. Ralph Pigg and children and :Mr. and Mrs. Denny Reed on Tuesday. Visiting Mr. and Mrs. James Blee'ker last Tuesday afternoon were Mr. Owen Simpson of Shel- ton and his granddaughter, Miss Dawn Simpson of Albrambra, Ca- lifornia. She is visiting her grand- father and friends for a few weeks. They were dinner guests at the Tuppers on Tuesday evening. Miss Simpson returned to the Tuppers home Friday evening to spend the weekend, enjoying water-skiing 1rid swimming. Sunday evening she accompanied Mrs. A1 Tupper, Mrs. Dick Tupper and Mrs. Caro- line (Grandma) Tupper on a drive to Eldon to return 3ohn Tupper who is stationed there with the Forestry Service. MR. AND MRS. Bleeker accom- panied by Mr. and Mrs. Dorsey Goff of UnLorL and Mrs. Bertha Visser, of tile "Y" enjoyed clam digging at Grayland last Satur- 6ay. Sunday .the Bleekers were visited by Mr. and :Mrs. Charles Van Epps, of Shelton. m ||| Pete Dodge and children of Shel- ]rlfloays ] tv}r, and Mrs. Allau Hicloson an d M|| | ] children enjoyed clam digging over WfgA L the weekend. Also enjoying clam  digging at WestporL Was Mrs, ...... [ Art Palmer of Matlock. She was and Spirit Lake last Sunday. The accompanied by Allan Tuppcr and weather wasn't as nice as they had hoped but is was still a beau- tiful sight Lo see and it wasn't too nice here at the Lake over the weekend either, but fishermen en- joyed trying their luck. THere was a 15 lb. trout caught Sunday mo1ning. IT SEEMS THAT California was well represented around the Lake. Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Hewson enjoy- ed having Mr. and Mrs. Wilcox of Blythe, California visiting them for a few days. Friday dinner guests aL the Hew- son home was Mr. and Mrs. Phil Parker and family of Olympia who with the Wilcoxs enjoyed ce- lebrating :Mr. Hewson's birthday. Sunday the Hewsons accompan- ied the Parker family to White Pass and returned bringing Glenda and Carol Hewson of Granger and Jennifer Parker of Olympia. The girls will spend a week with their grandparents. Mrs. Ralph Springer and daugh- ters helped Mildred Howard of Matlock celebrate her 9th birth- day last Wednesday. Sunday :Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Springer visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Springer of Brinnon. "Cap" XYaho is enjoying having Victor Mckstrom of Trenton, N. J. visiting him for a few weeks, Sunday visitors at the Hector Barbour home were Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Carol Pahner and children. Mike and Linda of Seattle. They spent a few days at the Palmer home in Westport. SPEAKING OF digging) Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Hansen and Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Papsworth of Issaquah enjoyed digging for rocks at Silver Lake last Sunday. Mrs. Edith Profitt Mrs. Hansen's moth- er who is spending the summer with them was visited by her other daughter, Mrs. Donna Watson of Seattle on Sunday. Mrs. Arehie Kelley and daughter, Betty went to Tacoma last Thurs- day on business. Saturday afternoon the Kelleys visited at the Kuhnle Ranch. 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Miss Etta Mac Hartman left last Thm-sday for Portland, Ore., to enter business collegc in that city. LAST WEEK :Mary Dycus and Fredine and Judy Pocis, students of King's Garden higl school vis- ited at the home of Rev. and Mrs. Earl Bradley and assisted with the local church Daily Vacation Bible School. Enjoying a trip to the ocean for clam digging Monday morning were the Tony Ellison family, the [ev. Earl Bradley family and the 0"red Pacis family of Lacey and Miss Mary Dycus, and Mary Lois Rankin, and B. J. Whitener. Next Saturday the annual Sun- day school picnics .of the Kamil- d he C0mmuniLy church will be held aL Millersylvania park. Next Sunday evening the very interes,ing feature length film "The Missing Christians" will be shown at the local church. Sting Ray available for July delivery = 65 UNITS AVAILABLE -- NO PAYMENTS TILL SEPT. YEAR END GLEAN UP PRIGES - SAVE NOW Lifetime Warranty No Cost June 24 WMaoStMarS:Ralph Erickson of Butte, S A R" P P I N chilbrz'edrMr Ct]ifI? 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