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First Anniversary, Cake For Guests  -t ,-   :-v&apos;T . p,'s Re.ort mar.ed its irst an- last M o;!a. . .... ill ,Ill tmIll itil 1111 tit ;,l@! till  .vet t . g :.  , " .p . " . ' .' qBed ' . tar skiiers. The morning of the Mrs. Myers picked up Mike and fourth, Bruce Kirry caught a 16 Katie Hickson last Friday and irtch trout, and his brother, Mike took them back to Beaver Creek caught his limit, one being an 18 where the children will spend a lch rainbow trout, few weeks. All the surrounding communities The Hickson family last Friday and some distant ones. were well afternoon drove Lo Tacoma, spen- ding the night there, and Satur- Seattle day was spent visithg friends i sere, Seattle. z the l' Shel-woN Pi0n-Ar Girl and from represented over the 4th of July weekend. Coming from were Bruce and Danny Adsero, the Bill Sissons family, and the Albert Isbell family; from Shcl- ton, thc Clyde Zeiglers, Bill WoN dens. and Ed Colas; Aberdeen the Jack Settle family, Richard Narrance and the chil- dren. the Tyson Jones, Leonard Watsons. Malcolm Dicks, Edward Petemens, and the Eimer Snell fa- mily. The Snells enjoyed having iricnds and relatives visit. On the 4ih they had au "Ekren reunion" picnic. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Rain- er Ekrem, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Ekrem, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Johnson and son, Scottie, Mr. and Mrs. Allen Lavender and son, Brian, Miss Christine Neuert. all of South Bend Mr. and lTrs. Jim Jensen and son, Mike of Raymond; and Mr. and Mrs. Dennis O'Hara and sons, of Aberdeen. Simlley Lav- ender, South Bend and Chris Me- Guire, Aberdeen are spending a few days with the Snells. ALSO, COMING from Aberdeen to enjoy their summer home were r. and Mrs. Bob Jackson. Their weekend guests were Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Jackson and children, Mel Kallau and Tammy of Aberdeen. They all nmtored up the Canal to the home of lr. and Mrs. Floyd Jackson where they enjoyed a family reunion with Mr. and Mrs. Feonard Jackson, of Aberdeen. They returned b4nging Jon Jack- son who was a house gtzest for a l'cw days. You might say iL was a "going away" party for Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Jackson and children. Tens and 3on who arc leaving shortly for Lake Maracaibo, Ven- ezuela, to teach for several years. We would like to Lake this op- pot%unity to "welcome" new home- owners to Lake Nahwatzel. Mr. and Mrs. Wetzel of Aberdeen have purchased the former Narrance home. Mr. and Mrs. OLho Bostwick of Shelton visited Mr. and Mrs. James Bleaker lasL Saturday evening. Last Sunday Mr. and Mrs. John Patten and family accompanied Mr. and Mrs. VVes GoodbuYn and amily of Shelton on a pmnic. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Reeve and family enjoyed a few days camp- i ng at different forcsL camp areas rom here to Yakima. The boys $ished and hiked. Sunday dinner guests at the lmme of Mr. and Mrs. Everett Sellers of Brady were Mr. and Mrs. Hector Barbour. MJ'. and Mrs. Ma]-in Ppsworth of lssaqual accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Hansen along with a number of other friends to dig for agate at Ellcnsberg lasL Sun- day. Mrs. Edith Profitt, who is spending the summer with the Hansens motored to Seattle to the home of Mrs. Donna Watson for the weekend. Dinner guests at the home of Vh'. and Mrs. Archie Kelley last Thursday were Mr. and Mrs. Wal- ler Chappcll and family of Day- tom Saturday the Kellcys visited the ,Walt Chappell family. COMING I IOM Coos Bay, Ore. was Bill Chappell and boys, Danny, Brad and Ilrt to spend a few days with Mr. and Mrs. Hank Chappel]. Ceiebrating tleir 16th wedding anni?ersaLT last Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cooper joined by msts, Miss Bee Manier, Olym- >is and :Mrs, Mickcy Braken of Tacoma. Last Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Springer visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frcd Springer of Brinnon. Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ame] TveiL last Stmday were Mr. and :Mrs. Robert Ward and sons of To Be Married July 20 By Betty Ann S,r, Miss Mary Lou Younglove, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Younglove of Leed's Loop Road will be married to Michael Hughes of Port Orchard Saturday, July 20 in the Methodist church in Shel- ton. The young couple recently graduated from Olympic Junior College in BremerLon. Mrs. LaVonne Castle spent the pasL weekend in Salem, Ore., vis- iting her parents, the C. V. Rich- ards. David Castle. who had been visiting his grandparents return- ed home with his mother. The Vic Auseth's and Mrs. Al- ice Hovind returned recently from their trip to North Dakota.. They stopped at Yellowstone National Park and other points of interest on their way. JACK RICHAI{I)S of Salem Oregon, was a recent overnight guest in the home of his sister the Norm Castle's of Cranberry Creel<, on his way Lo Vancouver B.C. Mrs. Rae Walde of New West- minister, B.C., and Miss Sandra Vollans of hite Rock. B.C. were guests in the home of their daugh- ter and aunt, respectively, the Claude Ivin's. A dinner was held in the honor of Lhe guests. Those attending thc potluck affair were the Don Gates, the Gorden Br, thc Richard FitcheLte's and Mrs. Helen Gates. Spending this week with their grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Auseth's arc Wendy and Ann Phil- lips. of Shelton. Mrs, Corky Dickinson and fam- ily attended the birthday celebra- tion of her mother. Mrs. Robert Dodge in Quilcene last week. Mrs. Gloria Edmundst on and girls of Newport, Ore., were vim- tnrs in the home oi ier parents, :lr. and ]V[rs. Pete VanderWal. The Art Rogers family of Ho- qniam are spending this week in Agate trying to get their hay cut and in the barn but with this weather that seems Lo be an re]- possible task. ]IIEMEMBEI, there is Grange Friday night. Mrs. John Elliason is recuper- ating aL home with a sprained an- kle which she received when she tripped on the basement steps. Mrs, Della Vik and family are spending a few ds ys in Sequim vis- iting Della's Yolks. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Vander- Wal had dinner in the imme of the Pete LeBresh's of Shelton on the occasion of tim visit of friends from Sitka Alaska. Lhe Leo Naults and thc Bob Naults. The John Le- Bresh's of Shelton were also glests. MaLT Lou Younglove will be one of a group of girls receiving Ma- jority in Rainbow Girls Saturday evening in the Masonic Temple in Shelton. Series E and H Savings Bond buyers pay no eommzssions and clip no 'coupons. Their bonds keep on earnfng interest and building strength for Amer'ca as long as they hold them. 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