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'4, 1963 SHELTON--MASON COUNTY JOURNAL -- Published in "Chr{stmastown, U.g.A.", Shelton, Washington PAGE 9 to a corn- ]b WHEELS" You pay the rates driv- ltna Cas- policy rates to safe a COnvenient plan. Herb Angle Dick Angle Attends Meeting Of munication received in the mail, Alderbrook Inn has the distinc- tion of being included as one or the outstanding resorts, and "se- lected as one of the famous road side inns of America". A recent article appearing in Life maga- zine carried an article, from which the statement was taken. This publicity, and also rating for AI- derbrook should benefit the entire canalresort and vacation area. At the inn over the weekend were the licensed public accountants ot the Puget Sound area. some 75 in number. The cottages also were filled. Mrs. \\;anda Nilson returned last Friday evening from Kennewiek. where she went Monday morning in company of mesdames Betty Goodpaster of Hoodsport, Belle Larson of Potlatch. and Faith Ev- ans of Lilliwaup. The foursome or Hood Canal Postmasters attended the postmasters convention at that place, and also entertained the group with a skit entitled, "Is this public relations?" As Wanda is chairman of the public relations department for the Postmasters Association, it is not too difficult to name the author of the same. The Union post master reminds us all to make certain we use the new zip code number of Union on all out going mail. As u part ot the address. This insures speedy delivery, also lessens danger of missent mail. Union's zip code number is 98592. THS "B AND M" SHOP of A1- lyn, a newly organized company, is now a going concern. Ed Bes- CIAL MOLDINGS ,( LINEAL FOOT 00lll00ll FENGING MATERIALS ALL KINDS ST,,,.. 10% OFF 1 mile off highway on Cole Road Road Builders Supply Ph. 426-8224 eft former mill owner ,nd op.- crater, and his son-in-law 12.ollo Walter..:; of Union are the owner- opt.rotors. .kuiio -q:ait . Lu,,h course in outboard motors some while ago is in charge of that de- partment. Chain saws and other machinery are also a part of the business. With the i r combined back ground, the business venture should be a success. M. D. Parrett. manager of Pub- lic Utilities District No. 1. has accepted an offer of Clallam Coun- ty Public Utility District to be- come manager of the large con- cern, and has accepted the pore. lion. He will be leaving after July 20, according to Dick Bue- chel who heads the board of the local PUD. Parrett or as some call him "Polly" has been mana- ger of the local association for the past 12 years, and made rn," friends during his years at Pot- latch. As Clallam County PUD is a much larger concern he coum ill afford to turn the offer down. Local friends and former associ- ates regret seeing Mr. and Mrs. Parrett leave the vicinity, and wish them well in the new loca- tion, and place of residence. Dick Buechel stated that sever- al applications had been received with regard to the job, a few ot which were excellent. After care- ful screening, the selection of new manager of PUD No. 1 will be made. LAST THURSDAY afternoon a touring car driven by Lewis Kie- er of Shelton, enroute to Union. skidded on a slick spot due to rain fall on the oiled road, ano overturned. The young occupants of the car, who included Mary State Organizflion Last Week and who is the daughter of Mrs. Lillian Giles of Shelton, and Dick ;iles of Union. Bb C ,i:- tool the (hi-.-c to l(cnt Monday to visit his mother, Mrs. Mary Traeger, a former local res- ident. 2-Ie reports her condition as being much more improved of late. Lilliwaup Group Starts New Card Party Series by Virginia Allison LILLIWAUP The first of the new series of five pinochle parties was held Friday night at the Lil- liwaup Community Club with 36 members and friends attending. Olaf Broten and Howard Christ- mnsen earned high score prizes for men, as did Emma Lee and Edna Haines for women. Winners of double pinochle prizes were WiN liam "Ted" Larson and Walt Al. lison: with door prize being drawn by Hendrick Mourik. Coffee was brewed for the first time in the handsome 84 op per- colator recently acquired by the club. This together with the old 48 cup urn. should supply enough coffee for the coffee loving crowd even on capacity nights. As the Lilliwaup pinochle par- ties are held on the second and fourth Fridays each month, the next gathering will be July 12 at 8 p.m. During the summer they will be no-hostess affairs with Power Of God To I Rain Fails To Halt Father-Son Be At Ho rh'i'i'" S'i'"tists Baseball Game odsport "]?cv,'': ,':clcngcth tmto God." These words from Psahn 62 will be the Golden Text for the Bible Lesson entitled "God" which will be read at Christian Science chur- ches this Sunday. The story of Daniel's triumph- ant reliance on the power of God during his captivity under the Ba- bylonians will be read from the Bible. Related readings from "Science and Health with Key to the Scrip- tures" by Mary Baker Eddy will include this: "The power of God brings deliverance to the captive. No power can withstand divine Love." (p.224). making her home with her grand- parents, the Fred Martins. In the fall she expects to enroll at Irene S. Reed high school in Shelton roy her senior year. The DonneHey's, Edwin and Bet- ty, of Triton Cove are catching up on news with the Clarence Pe- terson's of Portland old-time neighbors with whom they have kept up an active friendship. MR.. AND MRS, "Wiff" Jessup, having first equipped their car with heavy-duty tires, are spend- ing a month moving about Alas- ka. They drove over the Alaskan highway to its terminus at Haines, flew from there into Paxon Lake for a week's fishing with Major Huffman who was a World War I buddy of Will's. Next they fer- ried to Juneau for more fishing and sightseeing and are 'xpected back on Hood Canal the second week in July. Meanwhile Captain HOODSPORT --- Karl Linscott traveled to Coeur d' Alene, Ida., and vicinity to visit with his bro- ther and two sisters. The father and son baseball game was held last Wednesday evening, The fathers and sons bat= tled on right through the rain. When someone asked what the fi- nal score was. the scorekeeper re- plied, "I forgot I was keeping scol'e, I got so interested in the game." Needless to say, they cal- led it a tie and all went home happy. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Bearden have started building their new home in Potlatch on the Canal. Visiting in the home of Mrs. Mac Dean was her sister and bro- ther-in-law from Seattle. Then Mrs. Dean went to Seattle to visit Mr. and Mrs. Richard Bates. N[r. and Mrs. Fred Johnson and daughters went to Seattle for the weekend to attend the funeral of John Overbo, a relative. Linda Hale left Monday for a visit in San 'rancsco with her sister and brother-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Albert Maybe she can bring some sunshine home with her- ])INS. CLEM HESTER went to Woodburn. Ore. to get Michelle. who was visiting at her grand- parent's holne. Mark Chisum from Alaska vis- ited for a couple of days last week with Mr. and Mrs. A1 Johnson. Jody Crumb, Janet Viger, and Debbie Rollevson are spending two weeks at a Girl Scout Camp. l Journal Want Ads Pay From Nell Evander t Occasionally, when we hvq a minute, we think back to the pharmaceutical profession as it was no more than twenty-five to thirty years ago. In the "good old days" many a p har maeist's prayer went right along with t h e prescription he filled because the miracle drugs we are now tak- ing for granted just plain did not exist for public use. Vqould the powder in the folded paper prevent mastoiditis? How much relief could the crude tincture hope to bring to the arthritic? How many elixirs would it take to bring the child out of pneu- monia? Isn't it wonderful how the great scientific discoveries of the past few years have opened up a n entirely new era of health and control of disease. Caroline Moon. Open Dtly 9:30 to ?:30 Saturdays  9:30 - 6:t)0 for a few days. Carol Johnson and Rosemary Summer is keeping the young] Crumb started out on their bicy- people of Hoodsport usy earning] eles for Port Townse]d, but they money for fail. I only made it to the Rainbow IICK PETERSON is working I Lodge, where they spent four days. at Lake Cushman Resort renting I Port time !TOwnsend was just too far boats and keeping them in good l this shape. His brother, Darrell, is Mrs. &fiia.Aluff .2r0m Lomita, working at Pleasant Harbor Mar- Calif. is visiting the Norm Grays. She is Norma's mother, and will ins docking boats and selling gas. Carol Johnson has been work- be here ford few months.......N=,',, -.. ,m'arma" ing at Milo's Diner as a waitress, Mrs. Dorothy Evans spent a along with Marie Kneeland, week in Port Angeles visiting her 4th & Railroad 426-3327 Rusty Baskin is working at sister, Mrs. Jim Chancy. Safeway in Shelton. , i, L, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Peterson went America's own lightweight big sreen to Forks to get Jeanne who was staying with Mr. and Mrs. Emery Winters, and Johnna. Petersons r---.""flah% stayed for the weekend and then came home. Buechel and Ricky, her youngel brother, and Ron Seymour ot Shelton, and the driver" were for- tunately uninjured. Dick Buechel. father of Mary and Ricky was at the scene of the accident at once, and gave a hand with the young people, who were scratched "up by the accident and also in a mild state of shock. The young people were returned to "the Buechel home at Union as the Kiefer car was reported as being a complete wreck. Charles Truitt who has been a local visitor and house guest oI Orre Nobles at Olympus Manor for the past two weeks, left Saturday morning for his home in Seattle. While here Truitt was dinner guest of several local friends including the Dick Buechels. Paul Joneses, and Eugene Gillilands. Mrs. Phyllis Besett returned last week from Olympia where she has visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Don Degler. (her daugh- ter. Irene/. A recent visitor at Clipper Cove was Jim Fisher of Seattle. a re- cent graduate of Roosevelt high school. Jim is leaving soon to en- ter National Guard Service at a camp in California. Debbie Marie Giles of Shelton was one of a group of young peo- ple making her first communion last Sunday morning at the 8 p.m. Mass at St. Edwards Church. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Buechel of Union were Godparents of Debbie A$arie, light refreshments only and of James K. Diekson and friends are course the coffee. Summer guests occupying the Jessup residence. from neighboring trailer parks as It was ore: Lawrence Poitras well as all others who like to play from this section of the channel ere welcome. The atmosphere is who was victim of the car crash friendly rather than competitive in Seattle June 13, widely publi- and much laughter is heard, cized on TV and in the newspap- This may not be the warmest era. He was vice president of the or the sunniest season we recol- Olympi Foundry Co., a quiet man lect but visitors come and go, en- who gave of himself to everyone, joying our fishing, the intense so widely respected and admired green freshness of out" native that on the day of rs funeral his q rowth and the snow caps on high competitors, the other foundry Olympic peaks, companies in Seattle, flew their AMONG THESE visitors are C. flags at halt mast. We of the Tri- W. Reid with his wife and daugh- ton Head-Long, rood Beach area ter, Georgia, from Mountain View, Calif.. visiting his sister Maybelle Willson at the Roland Willson place. The Willsons will accomp- any their guests as far south as Portland on their trip home. Edna and Des EIaines are spen- ding a few days in Bellingham with his mother. Mrs. William King who is being made comfort- able in a nursing home there. Claudia Corson of Seattle is were grieved by the tragedy inas- much as Poitras was planning to move soon into their newly-built home to live amongst us on a year- round rather than a weekend basis. It is hoped we can persuade his widow "Robin" to carry out their plan. Keep Washington Green was foun- ded in 1940 by civic leaders in govermhent and industry. J : : J?g::S : "o; See Our New OK LINE A qual!ty tire at a price you can afford. RAUSCHER'S You Can't Beat A "Miller's Deal" Appliance Department of Shelton A Subsidiary of P. N. Hirsoh & Co. n f SHOE DEPARTMENT N. Hirscb & Co. Operated by CHRISTENSEN'S FOR SHOES, BREMERTON HOE SALE Itzs Zmme brand Shoes to choose from at GREATLY IEIDUCED PRICES during this semi-annual event. 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