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11, I963 SHELTON--MASON COUNTY JOURNAL -- Published in "Chr!.tmasiown, U.S.A.'", Shelt0n, Washington PAGE Ix 8:00 Matlock Area Residents Entertain 19 Visitors Over Fourth Of July Holiday mior Chamber of Presents the You more than two in the woa- TO Glamorous CLO%VNS ! ld Pue Daring, Ex- AtNEI) Elephants )Nq nut .d cir- Con]- n )In3 s i)y in the rcus Make THAT IN TOURS rile CIRCUS BEST! rade school us ]FIt EE of ioa- rips tNK TICKETs By l)or'l llearing" ]ebration at Oakville. MATLOCf- -Congratulations oo [ Mr. and Mrs. Edward Valley to Mr. and Mrs. Gene Brown el / spent Friday evening with the the birth of their son at the Clinic / Rodger Spalding family. Hospital in Shelton July I I Mr. and Mrs. Lud Rossmaier Mrs. Augusta Portman and Carl picnicked the Fourth on the Canal Portman were dinner guests oi: Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Portman June 30 in honor of Ma Portman's 89th birthday. Mrs. Marie MeKay also was a guest. Mr. and Mrs. James Chm'chill and son were Monday evening supper guests of Mrs. Augusta Partman and Cm'l Portman aim Mr. and Mrs. Max Cash were drop in guests. THE LOUIS CHURCHILL fan:- lly of Sbelton were Tuesday even- ing supper guests of Mrs. Augusta Portnlan and Carl Portman. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Martin of El.. ma were dinner guests of Mr. ann Mrs. Herbert Helin the Fourth. Mrs. Augusta Portman accom- panied by Mr. and Mrs. I_,. D. Portman of Shelton attended the wedding of Miss Linda Sweat and Ward Taylor at The First Metha- dist Church at Lakewood Friday evening, Ward Taylor is Mrs. b. D. Portmans nephew. M'rs. Helen Crane and Frank Sparks of Olympia were Sunday dinner guests of their cousins Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Helin. Mr. and Mrs. Chamblim anti family of Alder"arced Manor were house guests of their folks Mr. and Mrs. Max Cash from Thursday to Sunday. lVrr. and Mrs. Charles Bates ot Aberdeen were Sunday callers at the Max Cash home. MR. AND MRS. Herbert Broh- meyer St. spent Saturday evening at the Edward Valley home. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Valley and son's took in the Fourth (',el- with Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Brad- berry, the Carl Goodburns and the Wess Goodburn families. Mr. and lvh's. James Rossmaier and daughters of Shelton were Sunday dinner guests of their folks the Lad Rossmaiers. Mr. and Mrs. Lad Rossmaier called on Mr. and Mrs. Chester Larson of Elma Saturday even- ing. MR. AND MRS. DAVE DeFoe]" and son Ricky spent the Fourtl Holidays at Presser with rela- tives. ' Mr. and Mrs. Duane Lovette and son Michael spent the fourtl holidays at Victoria and Vancou- ver B.C. and also called on frien(ls at Snohomish and Tacoma. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Brehmey- er Jr. and family and the LeRoy Boothe family of Hoquiam and Mrs. J. R. Singleton picnicked the Fourth at the I. C. Ford home. -M'r. and Mrs. I. C. Ford ann Mrs. Singleton spent Sunday even- ing with the Herbert Brehmeyer Jr. family. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Stine anti boys of Seattle are this week guests of their folks Mr. and Mrs. Bob Dawson. Mr. and Mrs. Douglas May and family of Seattle spent a couple days last week with the Kenp_eth Howard family. Mr. and Mrs. Don Rickert ann son of Hoquiam spent the Fourtl with Mr .and Mrs. Kenneth How- ard. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Killough or Dayton spent Monday evening at the Kenneth Howard home. We'll be on Vacation for one week starting July 17. Going to Montana t o visit relatives and attend class reunion. Back on the job July 24. Del & Helen Cole Mason County Stationers 118 No. 2rid 426-4213 ATTEND SESSION Washington Optometric Assoc- iation board members from throughout the state are attend- ing the organization's summer meeting this weekend at Aider- brook Inn on Hood Canal, it was announced today. The 21-man group will meet Saturday evening and Sunday. And Now .. 'Instant' Classified Results There's "instant" everything these days---including classified ad results in the Journal. For proof, a.sk Mr, and tIrs. Bud Glaser of Harstine lshmd. Last wed{ Mrs. Glaser placed classified seeking" a day-old calf. ][vcn l)efore Mm received her own l)aper on the island Thurs- day she, had an answer, and lind I)ought the calf, Jonrnals reach Harsthm Island about noon each Thursday, but IIll hour earlier a l)a,rty nearer town at Ag'ate h'l.d seen the ad, called 3IRE. Glaser and _made the sale. For "instant" sales scrviee ean you I)eat that ? One Hng. Each One ivals tax) .... $1.50 .............. 1.00 vho do not .50 0Y THE of the and of TH E LOW OOST HOME LOANS NEW CONSTRUCTION -- REMODELING PURCHASE 6 % On Reducing Balances  No Commission Charges Mason Gounty Savings & Loan Association TITLE INSURANCE BUILDING SHELTON Dayton Ladies Club Plans Picnic Meeting At Panhandle Lake July 17 By Mabel l(idd Sunday Mr. and Mrs. I-tomer A(I- I Doris Hiel(son spent Sunday at-were home for the weekend also. DAYTON Dayton Ladies' qms of Arcadia called, i ternoon and night with Slaron Mr. and Mrs. Dave "Aralker and Club will meet \\;Vednesday, July Charles Edwards of Seattle was l Moffatt. Shelton. Rick motored to lVlilton-Freewater, ;17, at Panhandle Lake 4-H Camp Fourth of July guest of Mr. and i The Miles McQuilkin family, Ar- Ore., to visit; tits dad, Mr. P. "W. Les Bishop, Mrs. Bet! Wo0(il the Verne Sehuffenhauev familY'; the Claude M(:h'vins, Mrs. Gone Grist and the Floyd \\;Vatters family all congregated ak Mason Lake on the fom'lh for picnicking and f]m. 'File group spent the evening jn the Floyd Waiters lmme. with Mrs, Dick Leonard as hos- tess. Please bring your o\\;vn sil- ver and plates and also enough food for your gTroup for a potluck picnic. David Chappell, son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Chappell, spent four days last week at the Orthopedic Hospital in Seattle for his annual checkup and observation_ Tile Dick Leonard family mo- tored to Yakima last week and spent some time with his brother and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Leo- nard and with his mother in \\;a- pato, Mrs. Bill Weeks. The Bruce McQuilkin family spent several days last week in the Olympics. They hiked to Flap- jack and Black and White Lakes, enjoying the beautiful scenery and the fishing, and snow at Black and White lakes. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kidd and Duane flew to Chico, Calif., and spent Wednesday and Thursday with her mother and step-dad, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Conklin. If you really want to see the beautiful world in which you live, fly over it. People in Sbelton are missing a good chance when they don't Mrs. Scab Combs. i cadia, and the Bruce McQuilkin The \\;Valter Chappell family lamiiy picnicked at Cushman State! silent the Fourth of Juty at the Park on tile Fourth. Mattock home of Mr. and Mrs. Archie Kelley. Geraldine and Stevcn Needham recently flew to Pelican, Alaska to spend the summer with their sistm and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Allen, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Needbam are happy to have with them for a visit her mother, Mrs. Mary Vylasek and sister and brother-in- law, Mr. and Mrs..Floyd Gould and children of Havre, Mont., Sun- day, the group had supper with Mr. and Mrs. Elzy Clelland, Shel- ton. Our heartfelt sympathies are e>:- tended to Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Rumpff and family in the loss of her father, O. N. Schooler of Mot Mr. and Mrs. Howard Duffey and son called on her parents, Mr. and Mrs. \\;'Villiam Rietdorf Sunday. Tlnu'sdav overnight guests of Mr. and h'frs. James Hickson were Mr, and IVh's. B, D. Carver and Ann of Mt. Vernon. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Calkins of Shelton called on Mrs. Gertrude Scott Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Don Rutherford attended the amateur rodeo Thurs- day and Friday in Silverdale at the Chief Kitsap Tlunderbird Sta- dium. Don took second place on Thursday in the calf roping and placed first on Friday with a sec- ond place average. Sue, a member of the Women*s Walker. Mr. and Mrs, Fred Stutler and Friends of Nancy and Susan Walker nlav. be interested in Beach. girls had a picnic hmeh at Copalis knowing that they are working i Mr. and Mrs. Hans Lulid and in Juneau, Al-tska. Children spent \\;Vednesday and TIlE PETE BIA)O3IFIEIA) fa- Thursday with the \\;,Valter Belling rally, the Jerry Bloomfields, Mrs. family in Yakima. an, Tex. Gerald Nedham is now a coun- ty fore.ter. July 2 drop-in callers in abe James Hickson home were key. and Mrs. Rielmrd Myers of Bea- ver Creek, Ore. They enjoyed Jinfs birthday cake and coffee. Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Combs and Barrell Racing Assoeia,*-icn, partic- ipated in that event. The Robert Sehm's of Seattle spent the weekend with the Del- mer Sehnrs, John and Geraldine: Once Again You'll Find DARIGOLD and SHELTON MAID PAGKAGED IGE GREAM IN ALL ,YOUR FAVORITE FLAVORS Now available for your convenience in self-service refrigerator at take advantage of the fact there is an airport in theft + city. Mrs. Seab Combs was pleasant- ly sm'prised on Monday evening, July 1, when the Cliff Combs fam- ily walked in with a lovely birth- day cake for her. Afternoon cal- lers wishing her happy birthday were N[r. and Mrs. Gale Johnson and Mrs. Alba Lamb of Shelton, RAENAE McQUILKIN cele- brated her 15th birthday Sunday, July 8, with Roberta McNish and Mr. and Mrs. Miles McQuilkin and family as dinner guests. Af- ternoon and evenin G callers drop- ping in to enjoy cake and ice cream were Mrs. Laura Swett and Elaine, Mrs. Eveljm Farrell and Mr. and Mrs. Bob MeNish of Shel- ton. Mrs. Carrie Barker enjoyed a visit from her son and wife, N[r. and Mrs. Carroll Barker of Ken- newiek. They spent the Fourth of 3211y and weekend. Sunday evening; Mr. and Mrs. James Hieks0n and girls honor- ed Norman Brown with birthday cake and coffee. Weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dell Adams were Mr. and Mrs. Francis Troup and children, Seat- tle, and Mr. and Mrs. Lester Ad- ams and children, Tacoma. On boys, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Rocki and son, Tonnny Leonard and Ken DeRosier had a pleasant weekend at Ocean City getting their limit of clams and surf fishing, Carrol and Gary Simpson spent last week at the Orcas Island Camp. NIL AND MRS. JOHN Young and Glenda were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ted Reynolds in Kingston. Fourth of July guests of Mr. and Mrs. William Rietdorf were Mr. and Mrs. Chesley White and Terry. July 4 dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Pete Roberts were Mrs. Nena Roberts and Mr. and Mrs. Ricllard Roberts, Shelton and Teresa and Sherry VVilliams of Lost Lake The girls had also spent Wednesday night. Jamie Hickson spent Sunday ov- ernight in the Norman Brown hmne at Phillips Lake and went along Monday on a business trip to Aberdeen. The Louis Morgans of Elma were l,{onday morning callers in the William Rietdorf home. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Miehler and m'andsons, Ronnie and Rieky of Olympia were guests of the Cliff Combs for a few days this week, this man gives you driving *phasure. ...... .,...-!.:? He gives your car a lift through proper lubrication. He helps you avoid trouble by keeping those bearings from getting too dry. Come let out- expert lube man grease your car to insure you of smoother driving! Name like an illustration ONE stop here will keep you safely on the GO! OLE'S MOBILGAS SERVICE 1ST AND PINE 426.3966 Timely Summer Savings AROUND ;THE NECK M...o. - Magn,fymg and Plato Mirror : Adjustable Neck Rest Assorted Satin Pearl Colors SALE ,, ,,, Pmcz F '" Reilular Value $1,I NYLON : LACE :HATS ]" High Fash;on Des;gn Ideal for Summer Dress : Hator Beach Wear ..... !i!!L. 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