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18, 1963 SHELTON--MASON COUNTY JOURNAL Published in "Christmastown, U.S.A.", Shelton. Washington PAGE 11 Couple B Simmons The home occu- Eugene Tay- years was dis- Week and the to make of a new location. They in their sum- of their home and the new house thLs Will be held Beach. Rock, father Passed away sud- last Saturday. to the re- Leighton Haskell visited in the Mrs. Haskell Weeks of sun]- ex- all who sport- the Kamilche 'A' team. month game this Clark left to visit at th'e Mrs. Wayne Wood went last Friday Miss returned rents in Alas- aOd's took her Will resume s and Called at the day last /Iohney of afternoon of the misfortune cut his hand. taken to re- Metzgar, Tues- in Beav- of Shel- Y Petty of and Mrs. sons, Todd Calif. guests of Petty were of the Geo. Simmons Johnson of L e Wynoochee ntly return- alif,, where mother. and at the ay eve- and Mrs. hostesses Saturday Michael of married 22. Out-of- Jess Cor- of Tacoma, Mr. and Shelton, elton, Mrs. tghter of Shcro tidal shower ]e of Mrs. Loop honoring who eve- and s from the She to use Assisting affair was frienas. to remain- beach at and Mrs. last neighbors• keeps up sad- family was about Bay- Leer area deep- lbers of the would Agate annual Panhan- name., are 9-16 the two Camp with ;t Obtain a fa- [tre coin- the Pete the Cliff and Hos- Dro- sev- Two Belfair Boys Compete In Soap Box Derby In Bremedon By Carolyn Frcelin ger discuss smoking etnd water BELFAIR Two Belfair boys pollution. While in New York. Con- competed in the Soap Box Derby hie and a companion. Diane Lof- ]'aces held Sunday in Bremerton, and by an ironic twist of fate quist of Portland. were the guests found themselves racing against of former Oregonians Mr. and Mrs. one another in the first heat. They Joseph Schiller, who took then] on were George Palmer. 14, Union. a sight-seeing trip which inelud- and Buck Zimmerman, 14. of the ed Coney Island, Jones Beach. South Shore. Not only did they Long Island, Manhattan, Harlem, race each other, but they tied for and Idlewild Airport first place and the heat was re- TIlE ANNUAL Belfair Fire- run. George came out ahead in men's Auxiliary Ball will be July that running, and went on to place 27 at the Victor Community Hall number 22 in the overall compe- tition. The boys made the racers them- selves. Buck participated in the contest for the first time Sunday, while it was his second time around for George. Sunset Beach Grocery was the sponsor for Buck, and the Belfair Volunteer Fire Depmtment backed George. Both boys intend to race next year, and hope to make it all the way to that $500 savings bond and the trip to Akron, Ohio and the All- American derby there. Six members of Boy Scout Troop 513 spent a weekend in the Olym- pics at Camp Pleasant, a three- mile hike from the end of the road above Staircase on the Skokomish river. Enjoying the fishing and camping trip were Richard Me- Lathe, George Stoltz. Brian Fret- Well, Mark Fretwell, Alan Cady, Paul Squire. Ed Squire and Dqn Knight accompanied the boys. THERE'S NO place like home. but a number of local people have been traveling to points far south and east, Mr. and Mrs. Herb Travis. South Shore, returned recently from Mexico. Their daughter, Sally, was chosen for the exchange program between Mexico City and North Mason, and the Travises traveled to Mexico with Sally to see her settled with the Arturo Jessel Ray- na family, who will be her hosts during her stay there. As well as the Rayna's hospitality, the[Tra- vises enjoyed visits to Taxco and Acapulco, as well as swimming in the ocean, a yacht trip, and ac- tually picking bananas. Sally will return home in mid- August after a school session which includes physics, chemistry, Spanish, Mexican literature, music, sewing, history and geometry. In December Miss Audriana Rayna will arrive at North Mason as a further part of the exchange pro- gram to take part in Washington schooling. Another traveler is Miss Con- nie Harris. who returned early this month from her tour of the United States' historical East Coast. Con- nie made the trip as one of 45 members of the American Heri- tage Association's 18-day eastern tour. Among the group's itinerary were Washington, D.C.. New York City, Philadelphia, Boston, Lexing- tdn, Concord. Sturbridge, Gettys- burg, Yorktown. and Williams- burg. Some of the high points of her trip, Connie recalls, were seeing a performance of the Rockettes in :New York's Radio City, the Broad- way show "Mary, Mary", attend- ing a Boston Pops Orchestra con- cert. touring the White House. and visiting the Empire State Build- ing, the United Nations building, and the New York Stock Ex- change. Tour members met with their senators and Fepresentatives, and heard Sen. Morris speak on the filibuster and Sen. Neurenber- 9:30 p.m to 2:30 a.m, A free mid- night lunch will be served. Pro- viding music for the evening will be the popular Puget Sounders. Proceeds from this event will be used for welfare and community affairs. Miss Nancy lVIattus is in Califor- nia for a southern vacation with her aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Lou Ormerod. and eousms Kent and Dennis. She left last Wednes- day with Mr. and ]rs. Ormerod and Kent. who had been with Nan- cy's parents, the Carl Mattuses, for a 10-day stay. Headed for a season of excite- ment is Miss Lynn Milner, daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. John W. Mil- er, summer residents on the north shore. Lynn is one of 30 Seattle belles named debutantes for the 1963 Christmas Ball. A series of parties will lead up to the gala ball December 27, a formal affair which will be held at the Olympic Hotel. Lynn attended St. Nicholas School and is a member of Ortho- pedic, Horizon Club, and WAC. She will enter Stephens College this fall. Mr. and Mrs. George Bethers of Everett have announced the en- gagement of their daughter. Ju- dith May, to John Robert Huson of Belfair. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Huson of Tahu- ya. Miss Bethers is a graduate of Western Washington State College and taight at North Mason High School last year. The wedding is planned for July 17 at her par- ents' home in Everett. RECENTLY returned from their honeymoon trip were Mr. and Mrs, John Charles Lsaacson. who were married June 29 at the As- sembly of God church in Wallace, Ida. The new Mrs. Isaacson is the former Michaele Gaff Medeiros. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ray- mond Medeiros of the North Shore. She attended North Mason biKh school Her husband is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Norman Isaacson of Bremerton. The young couple is making their first home in Brenl- erich. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Swanson were Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Ortte of Longview. They stopped here as part of a vacation trip which included Spokane and other areas of Eastern Washington and Idaho. Mr. Swanson's mother. Mrs. Rosa Swanson returned with them to Long-view for a visit there. Arriving on the canal in time for a sunny weekend was Mrs. Blanche Ensley of Ellensburg, who has been visiting the George Cas- key family on the North Shore. Mrs. Ensley is Mrs. Caskey's mo- ther. The U.S. Savings Bonds sold each day would stretch 34 miles. In terms of 'votes for freedom." this would mean that over 300,000 are cast daily. BUSINESS TV Service • Radio - TV • Phonographs . CB 2-way radio LEROylS TV SERVICE Mr. View Ph. 426-3172 Tire Servic , New - Goodrich • Recapping • Used OK TIRE STORES Mt. View Ph. 426-4832 J Electrical 1 • Fairbanks-Morse Pumps I • Electric Heating I • Westinghouse Appliances SHELTON ELECTRIC CO. 419 Railroad Ph. 426-6283 Drugs • Helena Rubinstein cos- metics • Prescriptions • Hypo-Allergic cosmetics NELL'S PHARMACY Govey Bldg. Ph. 426-3327 Landscaping • Lawns, rockeries, trees shrubs • Top soil, tilling, leveling • Free estimates SUNSET LANDSCAPING Herbert Baze 426-4718 i Animal Haven , You bring them • Wc board them • Anything from nmusc to elephant MEL-RU ANIMAL HAVEN Dayton - St. Rt. 2, Box 100 Phone 426-2387 or 426-8546 Hospital Equi4). • Rental & Sales • Wheel chairs, lifts • beds, walkers • oxygen & tents Torsak Ambulance Service 2119 Adams Phone 426-8254 DIRECTORY Floor Coverings .... • Linoleum • Tile • Carpeting • Formica REX FLOOR COVERING Mt. View Ph. 426-2292 • i Radiator Repair I . Boiling out • Soldering • New cores BOON'S PLUMBING HEATING, SHEET METAL 623 S. 1st. Ph. 426-3483 Florist I , Plants for all occasions • FlOwers EVERGREEN FLORISTS 4th & Birch 8 to 8 426-8479 Auto Glass I . Expert Installation JIM PAULEY, INC. 5th & Railroad Ph. 426-6231 Draperies . custom made • free estimates • work guaranteed J. C. PENNEY CO. 305 RR Ave. Ph. 426-8283 i Electrical .... " • House wiling & rewirhg • Electric Heating • Trouble Shooting • Licensed & Bonded Contractor JIM EINARSSON ELEC. Star Rtc. 2, Box 37, 426-6520 Ambulance • Radio Dispatched [ • Equipped Oxygen • 24 hr. service Torsak Ambulance St. 426-8254 I 2119 Adams Son Of Sou!hside Couple Joins ltavy; At Grea| Lakes SOUTHSIDE Chester Marlcr. son of Air. and Mrs. Frank Marler. of Cole Road. has enlisted in the Navy and is stationed at Great Lakes. Ilt. A reception was held for Justin 1Keever of Portland, and Inez La- Marsh Saturday evening at Little Skookum Hall. Friends and rela- tives of the newlyweds attended the reception. Southside Grange meets this Friday evening, JuTy 19 at the Grange Hall with a potluck dinner at 6 p.m. for the Grangers. Sharon !and Mike Marler of Alaska are visiting their grand- parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mar- let of Cole Road and Mr. and l&rs. Clarence Wivell. Sharon and :Mike are children of Mr. and Mrs. Lar- ry Marler of Alaska and former- Iy of Shelton. Live Wires 4-H club met at Patty Jo Mills' Thursday. Club members worked on their skit for 4-H camp and also worked on 'paper mache. The next meeting will be held at. the home of Patty Jo Mell July 18 at 11 a.m. MR. AND MRS. Charles Shep- pard and family enjoyed a two weeks vacation trip visiting rela- tives in Spokane and also camped at Grand Coulee and other points of interest. Frank Marler and Dan Cormier went to Westport Wednesday and went salmon fishing on the "Per- manent Wave". It was a success- ful trip and both limited with Frank Marler catching a 21 pound King. Mr. Charles Sheppard and Chuck and John Cozza worked at Pan- handle 4-H camp Saturday. Four Leaves 4-H club met July 11 at the home of Robin Bakke. Mrs. Bakke served refreshments. All 4-H members gave demon- strations and club members dis- cussed their camp skit. The next meeting will be held on July 25 at Robin Bakke's. Southside Eagles 4-H club mem- bers met at the home of Mrs. Ray Bracy' Thursday and worked on their skit and camp, and discussed what they would take for county 4-H camp at Panhandle. Mrs. Bra- cy served refreshments. The next meeting will bc held on July 25. Mr. and Mrs. Ron Gosser visited Mr. and Mrs. Ray Kratcha and Janice Tuesday evening. Hatiock Little League Group is Sponsoring Dance By Dora Hearing MATLOCK ..... The Lit Lle League baseball team will sponsor a dance this Satuvdoy evening, July 20th at tile Matlock Grange Hall. The Matlock Ladies Club had a fine turnout at Kneeland park last Wednesday for their annual picnic. Mrs. Edward Valley was hostess. We are happy to report Mrs. A. D. Hunter was able to return to her home last week Tuesday after spending almost two weeks at the Shelton General Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Ha]old Clift left last Friday for Asotin. Veash.. and Lewiston. Ida., to visit Mr. Clift's brothers. They expect to be gone n week. MR. AND MRS. DICK Cockburn spent Friday at Ocean Park vis- iting friends. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Evers and family spent Thursday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Elvin Hearing. Sir. and Mrs. Garry Lovette of Vancouver were weekend guests of their son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Duane Lovette. Mr. and lWrs. James Churchill and son spent Saturday evening with Mrs. Augusta Portman and Carl Portman. Mrs. A. C. Jones called on Mrs. Augusta Portman Sunday after- noon. James Filyaw of the LI.S. Navy from Long Beach, Calif.. is home on leave visiting his folks, Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Sleevetand. Supt. and Mrs. Eugene French and family left Monday on a two week vacation to Glacier atlon- al Park and other parts of Mon- tana. MR. AND MRS, GENE Brom and baby were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Sirs. Max Cash. Sunday evening callers were Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Killough of Day- ton. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Simpson of Bremerton spent the weekend with Mrs. J. R. Singleton and Mr. and Mrs. I. C. Ford. The LeRoy Boothe family of Hoquiam spent Sunday with "their folks, Mr. and Mr=. I. C. Ford. Tyler Boothe remained with his grandparents for the week. Becky Brehmeyer is also visiting her grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Lud Rossmaler at- tended the wedding of the former's niece, Miss Janet Hunter at Bre- merton Saturday morning and in the late afternoou the Rossmaiers called on Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Dundas of Port Orchard. Mrs. Doris Adan]s and Dan Da- Friday with her daughter and son- vis of Enumclaw \\;vere Sunday din- nor guegt of Mr. and Mrs. Lud Rossmaier. Drop-in callers were Mr. and rs. James Rossmaier and girls, the Carl Goodburn fa- mily, the Chamberlin family and All of Shclton and Mr. and N£rs. Edward Valley. Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell and fam- ily of Puyallup were weekend vis- itors at tlle Andrew McGarvie honle MR. AND MRS. Ernest Eoothe of Shelton were Wednesday eve- ning. dinncr guests of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Brehmeyer Sr, to help .WIike Brehmeyer celebrate his 13th birthday. Mrs. Paul Rossmaier and son Ricky of California arrived Sun- day to spend a month with her folks Mr. 'rod Mrs. Ervie Sleevel and other relatives and friends. Saturday visitors at tile home of Mr. and Mrs. Gcne Brown were Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Brown and the three Jansen boys of Auburn, and Mr. Brown's brot:her and fam- ily, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Brown and three chffdren and Mrs. Clyde Harriman of Agate and Mr. and Mrs. John Hopper of Issaquah. MRS. MERLE Potter of PL. Townsend spent from Monday to in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Brown. Mrs. Earl Walker returned home Sa.turday after spending 10 days with Mr. and Mrs. O. VV. Walker of Auburn and helping them as Mrs. O. W. Walker just returned from the hospital. Last report is that stle is getting along fine. Danny %Calker and Virginia Hol- latz spent Sunday afternoon and evening with the Kenneth How- ard family. 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