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1963 SIIELTON--MA30N COUNTY JOURNAL --- Published in "Christmasiown, U.S.A."," Shelton, Washington Volunteer Firemen To Be Honored At Picnic Saturday After twelve ill OlymI)ia and also the Olympia , ? ) attend- keeping up with 'ighting methods a ready, alert Orapeview's civic fi.remen will once for their ser- unily with an- .frolic :est beaches in our and Margare clams and oy- specialty potluck goodies wives, should rein embered raer. Now, if that ]pt you we'll sunshiny day pretty boats. and lots of all combined to aftemloon. more? Well, it's Place this Sat- beach. All F families are in- your own sin CUps and we'll and Janie Pogre- late Friday night visit With" grand- Moat The grand- Katie Pogreba, with the a much-too- with son Don and and Shirley's Leona Kager, again Sunday trip back to them was 15 Mary a quick territory, in- SOund Naval hasty depart- refusing buddies, Les (both these days) badly buFned 4th of July Temporarily have slowecl :lerably while happy to Mrs. ral- returned on two weeks er niece and A1 Flour- spend many With her sis- Mr. and and with and wife, Vton. July week illed and son which dozen, was home. Gary, with cott of Lew- .er Sue Hin- and daugh- land, Ore. ; Wife De- ck and Dell and Barbie to Wash- Barbie's husband's roup with a grounds USed Oars reenbrier agotl telAir "6" ; 8ta. Wagon 3me Trucks  Pickup Panel bed Inc, Valiant Ph. 426-3433 Brewery. In spite of the, coolish we:]thor Kay managed a couple of outdoor barbecues, much to the delight of her guests. Saturday night, with young Danny elected to baby-sit, everyone went danc- ing atthe Belfa{r Barn. arriving back at Kay's just in time l.a de- part for home. Kay Sanford's sister Doris. Mrs. Lee Salisbury, was a recent visi- tor here also. On this. her first trip to Grapevicw. she came with her daughter and family. Mr. and Mrs. Warren MeCarty :rod three children all of Eugene. Ore. The week spent here was filled with beach fun and pica,citing, also one day in Seattle at the City Center with a trip up the Space Needle as "higtf' point of the day. "Big city gal" enjoying a com- plete change of pace is Miss Judy Robinson who arrived m our com- munity a week ago Monday. For- merly of New York City, Judy is spending the summer with grand- parents. Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Rob- mson. and enjoying a reumon with -brother Dan. aftra; a five-year separation. She hopes to find em- ployment as a teacher nearby so that she may remain in this area. permanently. Judy's cousin. Lin- da Shall,t, of Berkely, Calif.. is also vacationing with the Robin- sons for the summer, filling her time with water siding and Other outdoor activities. Guests at the "Eke" Eacrett beach cottage last Saturday were Shelton basketball coach and fam- ily, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Doherty with daughters Cam and Shan- nan. After a pleasant afternoon, activities were brought to a cli- max with a delicious picnic sup- per. The group was joined by Boh and Shirley Eacvett and " their three children plus Shelton guest Kelly Coleman. SUNDAY GUESTS at the Don Penneberas' charming Stadium Beach home were Mrs. Pennebera's niece and family, Mr. and Mrs. E. :{. Stern with daughters Una Ann and Lena who drove out from Seattle to combine an afternoon on the beach with visiting the Pen- neberas befoie taking off on their vacation, with Oklahoma as their destination. A trip to California, nsually one to be dreamed of, must have seem- ed almost like a nightmare to Burr and Pat Benson when they had to rush trough approximate- ly 1,500 miles of highway by auto- mobile in two days to gather-up youngsters Bonnie and Mike from their summer encampment at Ver- dant Vales (near San Francisco). Both youngsters were thrilled to show their parents the Red Cross Swimmer's Certificates which they had earned in their three-week's stay at camp. The exhausted fam- ily arrived home late Sunday eve- ning-and I'll ventu're to say they won't be going out just for a drive in the next few days! Congratulations were in order this week for Ed and Louise Oko- nek who celebrated their 14th wed- ding anniversary Tuesday, July 16. Jumping the gun just a little, Ed and Lotfise took Don and Sally Anderson of Treasure Island along with them last Saturday evening for a pleasant drive and dinner at Lake Cushm an where they enjoyed spectacular scenery, as well as good food, all of which added up to a memorable occasion. Several smart-looking crmsers "invaded" our local waters last Saturday afternoon, adding color to the already colorful scene, Af- ter trailering to Olympia, several _To Late To Olassify FOR FUN ON HORSEBACK come to Alderbrook Stables on Hood Canal. Moonlight ]'ides overnight rides on scenic trails, Excellent horses, new management. For reservations Pholie 898-2265 Unian. R 7/18 tfn 'iOR SALE -- Bcael]]---at'-Stet-- son's on Hood Canal Completely furnished to sleep eight. Call Port Angeles 457-6030 or Hoodsport 877- 5529 after Thm'sday. /M: 7/18 tfn A'-N-'G--O'Wd Angus calf.'--twg" weeks old. Cow could handle one more calf. Phone ,t26-8974. J 7/18 TWO BEDPO-O-I%I house for rentV-C-SFf 426-2092. A 7/18 tfn boats from Portland's Small Craft Club cruised to Gerald's Cove where /hey moored overnight. A trip to Grapewew and a tour of the St. Charles "Winery filled a portion of Saturday afternoon l'or approximately 20 members of the club. a very pleasant reunion was held at the XYa.lt Clayton. Jr., home last Thursday afternoon when Dr. and Mrs. Melvin Lind- bloom of Ant)urn came to call. The two couples were former classmates at Western Washington College and Walt and Mel were al.o football teammates. Thirteen years had passed since their last visit together so. naturally, there was much to relnlnisce about. At- lraetive daughters Ann and Lisa. accompanying their parents, met the Claytons for the first time. WALT CLAYTON was back on active duty with the Army as of this past Tuesday morning when he hea-ded south for a two-week summer "bout" with the militia%.,. Fort Ord Calif., will claim him for the first few days of his as- signment and then he expects to transfer to Camp Roberts, Lear Paso Robles. Calif. Sounds kinda nice. but. I hear it's mighty hot down that! It was "down to the sea" from Wednesday 'til Friday for Mr. and Mrs. Joe Little last week when they camped out at Pacific Beach. duK clams and acquired enviable sunburns. They returned to their Treasure Island home for the weekend, happy and relaxed after the pleasant change of pace. Swan Maid returned to his job Monday after a two-week's vaca- tion which took him and his wife. Theresa, east to Milwaukee. Wis. Travelling by train, the couple at- tended the activity-filled conven- tion of Jehovah's Witnesses which kept them busy every minute of each interesting day. There was plenty of fish on the table at the AI Okoneks' last Sun- day after A1. son Jim and grand- son Jimmy retm'ned from a suc- cessful fishing excursion in our to- cal waters, each catching their limit in salmon. ANOTHER TRIO of hopeful an- glers, enjoying an outing in their beautiful 16' runabout, Don Pog- reba son Donate and grandpa Or- ville Kager, had some success also. Sunday morning. Treasure Island Country Club held its annual meeting Sunday at the Grapeview School with the election of officers for the coining year its order of business. New leaders are: President. Mr. Dem- eleer; vice president. Mr. S. XV. Baptists To Show Billy Graham Film Evangelist Billy Graham addres- ses the generation growing up in the shadow of the atomic cloud in his newest feature motion pie- Lure, "Touch of Brass". which will be shown Sunday evening at the First Baptist church at 7:30 p.m. Graham's producing organiza- tion. rorld Wide Pictures. took its sound-color cameras to the homes and factories and places of amusement of Manchester. Eng- land, where the story of a work- ing man's family actually took place. The dramatic cast was drawn from the locale itself, re- sulting in a ring of authenticity rarely seen on the motion picture screen. The fihn was directed by Dick Ross and rtms the emotional gamut including something for ev-, ery age group. Scheduled with the dramatic feature, is a ]Vlusieal Featurette, "To God the Glory", which fea- tures the talent and artistry of the Billy Graham platform team: Cliff Barrows. Song Leader and Master of Ceremonies: George B e v e r 1 y Shea. internationally known base-baritone soloist; Tedd Smith and Don Hustad at piano and brgan; and the voices of the Christianaires Choir. A unique highlight is a "Sing Along" segment in which the au- ience participates as Cliff Barrows conducts. HOME ON THE BEACH 100 feet waterfront with tideland, 1 mile north of Hoodsport, 2 bedroom comfortable home, ready to occupy, reasonably priced at $15,500. $2500 down and $75 per month. Call for appoint- ment. HILL TOP HOUSE Sweeping View of Hood Canal, 3 bedroom compact home with fireplace, veranda-type porch, basement and many other features. (we're really proud of this one!) ideal for family, community beach privileges just a few steps down the road. Price: $15,850. Terms negotiable. BRITE STAR REALTY Rte. 1, Box 135 Hoodsport, Wash. 3 Miles North of Hoodsport Ph. 877-5439 Price; secretary, Mrs. Phyllis MoP- ford: Treasurer. Mr. Kite All are summer residents of Lhe island, Latest report on Clare Peters. who was hospitalized recently with a heart aihnent, fs that, he is some- what improved bul still on ahnost complete bedrest at his Grapeview home. Our best wishes. Clare Get well soon ! Our Grapeview grocer, Julie Stock. announces that. by popular demand, he will keep the store op- en on Sundays from 10 a.m. until 5 p.m.. starting this coming Sun- day. Clair A. Hammond Passes In Idaho Clair A. Hammond, 225 Soutll 7th Street, Shelton, passed away July 16 in Lewiston. Idaho. where he was spending his vacation. Born June 20, 1893 in Moscow Idaho, Hammond had been a Ma- son county resident for the past 26 years. Services will be held at 11 a.m. Saturday, July 20 at the Batstone Funeral Home. Interment will fol- low in the Shelton Memorial Park. SurVivors include his wife. Mrs. Vera Hammond of Shelton: a bro- ther, Guy Hammond of Inglewood California: and a sister. Mrs. Ma- bel Ogle of Olympia. She!ton Resident Claimed By Death Mrs. Margaret Era,line Woods, Route 2, Box 20, passed away July I 10 in Shelton Manor Nursingl Home at the age of 77. She was l born Jan. 10, 1886 in Astoria, Ore., I and was a resident of Shelton for the past 33 years. Services were held at 11 a.m. last Saturday at the Batstone Fun- eral Home. Interment was in the Shelton Memorial Park. She is survived by two daugh- ters, Mrs. Noreen Coleman of Shelton and Mrs. Mildred Nagle of Woodburn, Ore,: a son Leonard Pace of Shelton; five brothers: Jack Mairs of Co!ton, Calif.; Bob Malts of Pacifies, Calif.; Tom Mairs of Gig Harbor; Frank Malts of Tacoma; and Dave Mairs of Seattle. Other survivors include two sis- ters, Mrs. Isabelle Hildebrank of Tacoma and Mrs. Alice Foster of Los Angeles, and three grandsons. Among Your Merchants CLIFF STARKEY OPENS HEATING SALES AND SERVICE Cliff Starkey, well known She]- ton heating specialist, will be op- erating his own heating sales ant. service business in Shelton beginn- ing July 20. Cliff. who has been with Boon's Plumbing and Heat- ing fpr the past 9 years, will haw? his temporary workshop and of- fice in his home at 514 Ell,nor. With the exception of service duty during World War II Ctif has lived in Shelton since 1941. NEW BEAUTY SALON OPENED BY NELL BERG Nell Berg, who formerly owned and operated a large beauty salon in Tucson, Arizona is now occupy- ing the former Edward's Salon at 114 South 4th St. Mrs. Berg's new shop will be knmvn as Christmastown Salon of Beauty. Nell moved to this area to be near her daughter who is employed in Olympia. ANN HAYNES BECOMES WIFE OF HARVEY WEYRICK OF TACOMA MR. AND MRS. HARVEY W. WEYRtCK were married July 5 in the First Methodist Church. The bride is the former Ann Hayn- es. The couple will make their home in Oregon. (Photo By Dean's Studio). Baskets of white gladiolus and yellow pompoms decorated the First Methodist Church on the evening of July 5 for the wedding of Mrs. Ann Haynes of Shellon and Harvey \\;V. }Veyrick of Ta- coma. Mrs. Haynes is the daughter of Rayonier Reporis Increase In Sales NE%V YORK (SpeciaD -- Ray- onisfl' Incorporated and subqidiaries again established a new company record in tonnage sales for its chemical eellulnse and paper-mak- ing pulps during this year's first six months operations and contin- ued to strengthen its earnings po- sition. Russell F, Erickson. pres- ident and chief executive officer Mrs. Anna Baide of Billings, Mont. Mr. Weyrick is the son of Col. Leroy Weyrick of Tacoma. The ceremony was officiated bY Key. Horace Mounts in the presence of relatives and close friends. The bride wore a soft blue knit dress with white accessories. Her corsage was a white .orchid. Her matron of honor. Mrs. Jesse Wolfe. wore a gold init dress with bone accessories and a corsage of yel- low pompoms. Joseph Gruver was the best man. Mrs. June Hoard sang "With This Ring I Thee \\;Ved". and "Be- cause" a.ceompanied by Mrs. Har- vey Hillman. After the wedding ceremony, a dinnm" was held at lbe Colonial House. The - couple then left for a week's honeymoon trip along the Oegon coast. Out-of-town guests attending reported Tuesday. the wedding were Col, Weyrick Earnings gained 16 percent over of Tacoma, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. the similar half year of 1962. with net sales up two percent. Prices for Rayomer pulps are still selling below 1951 levels, despite recent price increases, Eriekson noted. Clayton W. Dwyer Succumbs Monday Clayton W. Dwyer. Route 1. Box 62. Hoodsport. died Monday. July 15 at the Shelton General Hospital. He was born April 16, 1883 in Missouri. Services were scheduled for 1 p.m today at the Batstone Fun- eral Home with Eider Eldon Baker officiating. Cremation followed the services. Survivors include a sm Ar- thur M. Dwyer of Bellevue and three daughters. Mrs. Blanche Witt of Seattle. Mrs. Mildred Gerkensmeyer of Lilliwaup an Mrs. Margaret Dugan of Los AI- tas, California. He is also sur- vived by four grandchildren ano two great grandchildren. IT PAYS00- TO Announcing SAVE "Starkey's Heating Sales & Service" AT Schiller of Seattle. Frances YVfl- marth of Hoquiam. and Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Diddy of Olympia. Mr. and Mrs. \\;Veyrick and Mrs. %Veyriek's two children. Richard and Marcia Maynes, will move to Oregon where Mr. VVeyrick is em- ployed as an elcetronics field en- gineer. SUNDAY / 514 Ellinor -- Phone 426-4673 "Your Key To Komfort" We Service All Makes of Oil Burners Prompt - Courteous Service operated by Gliff Slarkey (formerly with Bean's Plumbing & Heating) July 20,1963 PACE ? Open - 8:00 ;tart- Dusk Till'il. ONLY- II;U('N NI'I'E III;('li, NITE I:% ERY NITIq TIlt2 I)()WNEI:[S  IY('tl. Thurs., I,'ri., Sal. R. Mih'hum. D, Kerl  SI'I':I,;iI-O-IIAMA lllu, P, EI-) ltOT %VItEEI,S SASKATCHEWAN  Clark (Is I)le Alan Gadd Slwl ,'y V'inters.  T-BIRD GANG Hush ()']-I'iall GHOST OF DRAG STRIP ....................................... IIOI .L(/,V l?ri.. Sat.. Sun. - Reg. I'rlcl,s GIANT Sllil., Mort., 'l'ln,i, Rock }]udsttn. Liz Tayhll', TARAS BULIA - Yu] lRrvltii- JiJlllt'S Delta t'l', Tony CUl"tis. Chl'istino IgINGS GO FOI,TH Kaulma]l Fra!lk Sinntra. Tony Cu]'tis. THREE VIOLENT PEOPLE Natalio Wood (htll']hl] Hestli A. [-laxh'l' JALOPY GIVEAWAY FRIDAY, JULY 19 Christmastown Salon of Beauty 114 So. First Is Open The capable management of Nell E. Berg offers you a completely dependable beauty service designed to fit the needs of all age groups and also the budget minded. Shampoo and Set $2 Expert cutting $1.50 3b day color rinse $1.50 Cold Waving $7.50 - $10 - $15 - $20 no extra charges) Tinting - retouching - bleaching and toning at comparable low prices Appointments Arranged To Suit Your Convenience NELL BERG owner-operator Gome In or Gall Jttl , J, dlqh A  JL MARILYN ARNOLD, operator qZU-Uq Dr. Georle M. Radich, Jr. Optometrist Announces with pleasure the opening of his professional office for the prac- tice of Optometry. Formerly the prac- tice of Dr. Q. Thomas Ryan. at '536 Railroad Avenue Shelton, Washington Phone 426-4263 Office hours: Daily 9:30 - 5:00  Sat. until 1:00 Kiwan,s Swim Benefit Breakfast IN KNEELAND PARK SHELTON '3 - 1 " 0 6, 0 A., 2.3 P.U. Shellon Branch Finest Breakfast in State Fluffy G61den Brown Pancakes with plenty of HAM & EGGS Fresh Brewed COFFEE Thurston County Federal s12s Savnnp & Loan Association Accounts Insured to $10,000,00 by the F.S.L.I.C. 9 A.M.  4 P.M. Monday thru Thursday 10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Fridays Hom Office Branch Office 5th & Capitol Way 313 Railroad Ave. Olympia, Wash. Shelton, Wash. SAFE DEPOSIT !SOX8 Private, Gonfidential, Economical Children under 1,0 - 75 (Ages 1 - 3 free) TEAOH A CHILD TO SWIM- YOU MAY SAVE A LIFE (Space Courtesy Simpson Timber Company) r