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t-1T LT0]q-- fA 0N C0?JNTY JOURNAL- Published in [tChr stmastown, U.&A.", qhelton, Washington have ex- on ex~ sllow next month in The Join'- a letter Craft and asking nterested In the show director two exhibits, with !'elief, and MARRIED AT HOME ::~, :: : , ,. "7 ......... : ..... i i . i Mrs. Remple Back From Trip Mrs. ~,V. S. RCml)el llas retm'netl :to her home following a month's visit to the East and South. She went to Asheville, North Carolina, as a delegate from tile Olympia Chapter to tile' American Gold Star Mothers National Convention. Following the five-day conven- :ion Mrs. Rempel traveled to Wa- shington, D.C. where she visited friends. She also visited President Kennedy's grave ill Arlington Na- tional Cemetery and attended church in the Palisades Comnlm]- i.ty Church of which Nelson (2. Pierce is the minister. Several (ears ago Mr.' Pierce was past{~' of the Meth(~dist church in Shel- ton. Their son, Nelson Jr. horn in Shelton is now an usher at tile Chemist Joins Staff At Rayonier Kathy Flower and Jill Jeffery, who have been in Europe since mid-June, are having a wonderful time according to a letter re- ceived recently from her daughter by Mrs. Leonard Flower. The girls are in Europe as High School Student Ambassadors or the People to People Progranl, which was organized to foster bet- ter relationships between the U.S. and European countries. The letter stated that Ks,bryn was in Langenlais, Austria, where she is a guest lit the home of Derektor Ferd Lindenmier, who is principal of a high school near PAGE 5 ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED ..... : : : 77 q . '"" sent their greetings to their Ambassadors were arranged by ,,it friends in Shelton. Dr. Hans 'Kapetan, Head School i: :iiii [i. Mrs. Rempel returned to Chi- Master of what is considered to :~| [ :;~:! : ' :!~%::;i: ::: !: cago and southern ~ California be one of tile finest high schools ~' ........... :: whe, e she visited friends and rela- ~in Europe, located at Harn, Aus- ~a~elnent fire- tives in Fontana and Visalia. 'rein- tria. :: .... ~: ~ :: ' t, rnns io ,.e- ,.:. : :: = ~ ::::: :: peratnres were 107 in Fontana. " In her letter Kathryn said that : i I |' 7/23aPP tfnnt" both the home where she is stay- ;: ~ ~:i: :: : ;: ; .... ' '~ ~ :~ Mrs. Rernpel returned hollle eXl i:i~.fice--(le: Stmdav. inK and the snrronndtng country- I~a , for right ~ :.[; }:;}:: :: : T.r .... ~a ~. ~ .......... Ills be-n side are beautiful.. The Danube is = ....... : ~' ....... :' - 7/ 3 : SAL S ._ , .......... the bluest blue she has ever seen. at[flea to tile start ot l~ayonler s -- ............ ! ;: :~i~7 : ::: ,'t ~,-3"~Jlins()n L. ' " ch ....o i- s AJlo tHe sun setting nenma tHe olympm r~esear i_nwm n t wa, 1041 between 1 i SQUARE DANCE ...... i5~ Edw' L' Lovell old, 13th Century castles and men- ~ : : "~ ~{~'*, , i :: . ~. H 7/23 8/6 : ' a..ouncea oy 111 , , II--" ~'d California Brower, ! i .... ~,'3~ :::4,~: -- :: ::i : :::4,,;, : : SATURDAY NIGHT " " _ _ "' " . asteries is a breathtaking sight, su py --;if 7 in: lnanager ot tile company s re- ~ ,. ..... . :: .' ~'~ : :' ..... .... ' all( in Shelton :!i . ::, :~'~i::. . ~:~ ~ ~':~ ! : " ~:q !:~,. : :~)i~!!~i~i~ ? ~.: :: ,,: The Salty Sashayer Square ~. ....... ~. ~.., .... ~,, ~u,~,,, ana one she wui never iorget. [.'.[. P 7/23 8/7 ~:.~ ~! Dance Club will have a dance this .ea,c...................... THE FAMILY WITH whom ~ ~,,, ii ~: b~ !old[ ident: Saturday night at Memorial Hall. standlngly hospffable and kind to ..... ::?''~ ~ , ~ ....... ::::: ,a.: attended Oregon ~tate university, . ' :~* ~o~at [otn,n ~' R~: vard.I of- Dancing willbegin at 8:30 fol-where, he received. Ills Bachelor. of. h(t~ "They ~,,~, ..... ,=~.,* ,,,~ ..... ~v,,,,~- ~.=,,*~-~- ._ S 7/: ~8/6 ~[~!!:[;'~ ~ ~~i ~,,,.~ lowed by a potluck SUllpcr atScience degree m Chemmtxy m ~a "-arid biaL 11:30. ~. ~ . .* " . a typical American breakfast one * ~, .... : ! 19,,8After ~:eaening chemistry at, mnrnln~" u~id a .4264 ;75. ANT-ONIA :BUREN HUTCHINSON became the bride of James Bennie Berndson of Olympia will .. , . . ._v ...... ~, she ,.a._.., S Maitnt s College fezthlee :: V~ 2a-30 Leon Cunningham during a ceremony at her home on Magnolia be caller for the dance. Hosts for ' , "A Besides being director of the years he returned to oregon ~ ~, , . ~ ..... high school, the father of the faro- :;i,'~: :' ii IL ~-~/ -l.q6iBluff in Seattle Friday evening, July 10. The Reverend Poland the evening will be Mr. and Mrs. ~tate carnlng ms 2a. ~. In, anal-: - : 7/ 3 ti'n : tilt ~fti*: 'near M illei', of' the Church of the Ascension officiated. A reception Bob Leman and Mr. and: Mrs. Carl ., ,, ........... lly owns and operates a flour mill ~,~ by year. followed f, or friends and relatives. The bride is the daughter of the Downing. then' Bro~er, has been teac ungl .......... g'.~-la=~. ............. . ~, ~u, .up .o 35 Robert Berry Hutchinsons, and granddaughter of Dr. and Mrs A.A special invitation is extended chemist~ .... tt Centralia Coile-'c He teaches cooldng nl the h~g'h school ! :,~ ,'a478czty~ days;'ead~' F. Wilbur and the late M.r. and Mrs Guy Hutchinson of Shelton. to newcomers in tile Shelton area is a, menu)erZ '" oI ..... lne #,lll'~l:'lcan There ........... are two children in tile fam-i : , ' . ~..~,7/ '3 ,fnShe aftended' University of Puget Sound where she affiliated with to either coine and dance with tile Chemical Society , nYK,?tllg;l,;ln l~X;raessadYu;;rise ill It- )or-"-[ ~dan, Gamma Phi Beta. Her husband~ son of the Leon Albert Cunning-chtb, or be one of the spectators ,ai~ job Odd His' favorite leisure-~ime acl:ivi- " of era i ; g hams, will return to UPS. He is a member of the Beta Theta and watch the dancing. . , . being able to fred lots C - ties include membershipin tile ~ n es she :{ h~ ~e 4. ;-4~00 Pi Fraternity. After a honeymoon at the Bayshore Inn in Vancou- New le~sons in square (lancing " ' Cola nl th Euro can hem . . ,_.. vet B. C. the couple has returned to'Tacoma t0 live. will begin in September, with Ben- Olympia Ski Chlb -,s well as ten-~, ..... ~,~tt,~n~- - HiS and electronics. Harold and his .. ~. ..... ;.,~O .@~o~- rti~t~, i~ ;lOll | Hie and Hilda Bel~dson instruct- . ......... IlL,~ = ....... S ................... thy G w,Ie, uan nave two sons, oetrery, timefor visiting and many inter- --" l~x inK. Time and place will be an- four, and Douglas, three nlonths;,~linc~ cti~elm~inn.~ alo car'ed o i IJy an(1 a o~tugntler, Jennifer, ()lie anti' r~h,~ 4'.,-~il.~ is vet~ well educated, ' 'ORs THE r0 raves nouneed at a later date ........... : ...... ~ ............... ' ..... 1L_ _n. a half. The Browers live on .Eld --"~.~ne"d"and cultured and all National Bank in Seattle. He is now attending Edison in Seattle. !! Rites Conducted Announce , members speak excellent En l h. Inlet near Olympia ~ ren a , No date has been set for the wedding. . ~ m. I Last Thursday muu t,r, m,th been Some educated members ,nf ngland the family ,ost have. o, . ........................................................ ---- " ..... .' the un- Mrs. Dorothy Graves, 77, St. Rt. A novel birth announcement in the questions asked quite natural- [ | ~'rom "l'ne , ~ | | and has of the OLSEN STAFFERS ATTEND No 159, Hoodsport, died at her legal brief form has been sent by ly are about Alnermans and the I, ~ ~ ~ HOME FURNITURE MARKET home July 14, 1964. Mrs. Graves;Mr" and Mrs. David B. Harrison,' "' ,~ County _,.tltv Kerord$ ' United States. { saidall per-de. Manager Rod Olsen, Esther Urn- had been a prominent member of of the birth of their first child, a Kathryal said that her knowledge , ~ | to servephenour and F,'cd Pharris repre- the community for the past 50 daughter Mary Lynne. The baby of the Hapsburgs pleased the[, # a' | said Ad-sented the Olsen Furniture cam-years. She was born at LaCrossc, was born July 10 in Seattle. father very mucli. He was sisalS, ............................................................... Z i of ree- )le~sed at her knowledge, of old- , ) ~ted. and pany at various parts of the an- Wis. Sept. 30, 1886. She was theMaternal grandparents are Mr. t ~ ' ~ " is atCOUNTY BUIiJ)IN(I PERM[rSIfined $1.18.25 c,.nfiscated gnn ::I world comnosers as ne ., ' ' :. of said null summer home furnishings widow' of Myron Graves, retiredand Mrs. Byron L. Deffinbaugh --- -'~= ..... '~ ";Is" s the churcll[' Building permits approved by John ~V. Collins, Mercer Island, :i of stiehmarket in Seattle between Julyh6tel man. from Minnesota., of Shelton. The infant also has after the 'mum~,~- ~,,~ t ~ [.the Mason Connty Commission speeding 39/2o mi. zone at Twa- :il ,this notice 12 and 16, when new furniture The funeral service Ior ~vlrs. two sets of maternal great-grand- . . organ. . . . / Monday were to Lyle Lofton, wood I noh St. Park, forfeited $15. J'uly 23, colors, fabrics a,;d designs for the Grb.ves ffas conducted bvRev: parents living in Shelton, Mr. and Prospects which c~ty crews will "1 SPENT A great deal at ,,me[cabin' "$1:000; David Williams.[ Timothy N. Thomas, Union, coming fall winter and Christmas wesley uain at Ba~stone Funera, Mrs. Lloyd W. Deffinbaugh and be starting witllin the nex~ iewtrying to explain tile aavantages[,,,~,~ hnnt"h ,, -~, "1 ~ V 'El 'n .... ' $ r. seasons were shown Home[ Burial was at Shelton Me-Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Palmer. weeks are the water line in CaNof our political system," Kathryn [c(l~ei~, a~cl "t;"s~)rSe20~2,g0"0R'MF.UT[ [l~ ~;~tYer:q~-n;en~' f~if:litl'edn)g1'~" ' mm ill Park Said Estate Rod had attended a similar but " Paternal grandparents are Mr. and lanan Park, work on streets in the said. "Tile advantages . of our/~rooks, wood cabin, $1,50(); Roy g(nt driving'i forfeited $25.' i:ii somewhat larger market in San Survivors include two sisters, Mrs. Barnet T. Harrison, Victoria, Mr. View area and a sewer re- narty system, the freedom of the]McC6nkev remodel resid,mce ~10-[ . , , i]'. B.C,, Canada ..... ',, .. ~ . - ..... .,, ..... ~ ' .i} Francisco June 29 to Jnly 3. At Miss Mary Schauland., Hoodsport,David and Ruth Ann Harrison placem~alt plo3ect ul the downtown Amemcan voter and am demo [000" Stanley Marshall wood res- Shelton Poller ..~ mea City SupelwsoI Pat Byln cratm way of hfe ll(~ ', ' .... . . . [ idence $1 200 and Oliver W: Be ~s, [ Cars driven by Clyde B Mac- i:t: both markets he purchased new and Mrs. Clara we ls, LaGrosse: and their new daughter will soon told the City Commission Tuesday. "My hosts have spent a lot oz I d(I t o'l~ sidence 1 000 I.-. " ." ..... * - "~ ,i; merchandise for the Olsen Furn- wzs.; ana a " orouler, Augus~ be living m PorL Angeles where " ' " " .... ii hatled an(i~ "" : : '~'~ ~ 'P .... | Donalfl AIH'Ort t)nio, anQ .llnl 11 The commission accepted the time explaining the ' " " ' i * * * I ~....~._~ ~,.. ~..~' ...m.~o.~ ~ ~%io.h ~' 7/2a.a0 8/6 3t iture Company ;Schauland, Barnunl, Minn. he will be teaching fifth grade. .,~ ..... f w,,,~ M,,~,~ ;~ e~,_,,. ~f Comnmnism the dread / t xzu,.,r.~ o,,e,~u., ..................... ~,,,- ........................................... remgn~t ....... z ..... '~ ...a.... a. ~az" .. " . -... .... "1 Fcrry lh~eeii)ts [ way 101 and A1.-ier St. :TiONoN.[N',N~TONFINALI~0RFOR uM Forman-:Reo; i.g Hazel MeD0 i Rr~. mi.'~ionChairnlanMannf thCwillPlanningoilCom-, thatfUl devastation aria ton ol..nzc[ Receints fro're.the Harstine. Fer-[ (~ars. driven i)y Bernice. Price i nald remain World War to,,,, in tneirI = ,:. ." : . ,..., ." , .... ,. ........ ' ' " .... " ....... ~---~ozn ~ zy zor tile week e.lmtrlg Jllly' l~t I ann Geral(1 .l~. 1 tlCKett eoiIl(.le(1 at comm,ssion ,~u, is g,vlng up tHe' tuna rnev aes,re peace n'~u " , - .......... dunt ......... ~ii =, Is ,~,o~,,~. e 0ff,e Here erwce rod ana securityul |Elwineer's offiee re-o,,e(t I Flank Hoosier reported his ~:i ... die MA~OR FRANif T,avis Jl ex- ... " . ....... | , * , [daughters b4~e~cl~l~, d ' ' *g " " ' : aM" ' r " ~ ....... -' ~" "" life ' /~ere ~z~oao the ~vmson u . y v'lI'SL ann r~neeiana. , , Kathryn says that one must ~' " ' "- " ' - ~ " , a m ,'ed :~state of G. A Arizona s intense ileat has re-I The funeral service for Hazel ',~s h~ colnmission's a rec reall t)e tit) on ms ms,dry, pan-! ..... i; turned a physicinn to Shelton reed-|McDonald, Route 3 Box 673, will ~~ plcy.ed t e ". ' PP "" Y .-., ..... / City Buihling Permits " ........ iatlon to Mann for his work. tics andlehgion n) older to in " , ,,a,mU~ ,,~ by Sheriff's Office ' }Y '~ VEN that ical ranks. ] be held this afterno(m, Thursday, . , .... i Building v ........... ~pzovet, ., - '~" t~ eXeeuh,x ~~~i~k The conunission approved a re-telhgentl3 n~ect ..ana ,cony e{ A ,- " ..... S:a~il~th lbc city' of Shelton during the past ] An atlempted burglary of the -~ ~ anson has Dr. B. B. Ferman is back in ] beginning at 1 p.m. in Ha,stone quest from the Pastnne T,lveH1 to f " el Yost famil- I week were to LaChaussee Homes I Calhoun tlon~e at Union was re- t ' . ~ . . , a iamn oi l~[l~ II]14,IIUELllt:LI E ' " ~,^tl, Clerk ortown preparing to re-opmx about[Funeral Home. S 0 n y o ~ ~" ~ nd t~P) t and Pc- .August 1 the medical office he I Mrs: McDonald died Monday, permit dancing or, the premises 'e- , "-" "' " - ' ~ n' moxin- ] Inc two resid nc(.s $16 )00 ~. " I porte] txt~l~: 't,skingandthe to closed .early this year with the[ July 20, 1-q~4,~,~ ill an Olympia has- veral nigllts a ~eek., The action' Tne ................ group nas see ' ~; ]~15,750; .... Oren Newell, 243 [ Harold Wilson reportcd a win- " I that said very Inncn in tletall DUt the to,at ~ ' ' {~1!,? heard on intention of mal(ingacceptinghiSa hOmeposition[livedin~ pital following all illness. Shepasthad ' She[ton General ltospital came after Police Chief Paul Hill- very last: ~t m m[ucui.t .1;o w/'u.e [ ~ ~; * Idow in his c'u' hroken out ~---* "0:00 Arizona and in Shelton for the 20 Mr. and Mrs. Richard Adams, ton said he had no objectmns. " " faI 'seems almost[ Police Gourt I Lyle Olsen reported his cabin ' , , . . experlenee so " . " .' docket " ~."iz.~.~tfi~%:, mason on the faculty at the University[ years. She was born Jan. 17, 1897 Star Route 1 Box 174, became "ihe colnnnsmon, on the recom-.:_ ~ '~ tale The cities we have[ One person was on the '" [at Trail's End 1,ake brol(en into. '~n(~ time parents of a bov born July 16. mends,ion of Hinton, placed Police ljye a[az;y2,~, "k .... tlf,,1 ~nd "fasci-[in Shelton Police Co.urt bef.ole [ Elizabeth Stanley reported van- i; t~.reo, . . and of Arizona's medical school. /in Augusta, Wis. : ~l ~. a. in Said Dr. Forman. will return to his/ The Rev. Cllarles Wigton will Mr. and Mrs." John Weisgerber, Patrolnlan Marvin Snyder on a o~,~[.~ ~,= n~,~he~sa.f.i~.~ 'old ~,orldI Judge Rolls Halbert; mo naaY[dalism to a boat Hie,or. . ! naun a u ~ Y g am o a a ~0.. ~'~ ~e.bjectins quarters in the office building on] conduct the funeral, burial will be Lilliwaup, hecame parents of a permmtent appointment. He re- . g" ........a ~'ealit'" [night. Jennifer M. Winningn ,[ The county engineer rep rte . i~: charm xs LIUly y lalcen was , * ke hroKen alia ~l~ ~tuly, 1964. the corner of the Shelton General}at Shelton Memorial Park. boy born Jnly 17. cently completed his six-months ,,:~u'.n~ .......... ,-,,,,==,~oo,-,=,vno~=~e ~..~,,,,,,~]chargedr. with l:et.it ", Y tsS[laderc~ had til3 y ,k " " p~ obatlonal y pcIl()d fined $)0 and assessed $2 50 cos sn~ u put m the gas tal Hospital grounds which he had oc-[ Survivors include her husband Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Cook, .. ~.' . been royally entertained in all[ ' , '~= "',~ ...... ['~ ~' , , :~, ' illl~L Deputy cupied for several years. [ Donald McDonald, Shelton; one 404 Cascade, became" parents of aThe commission instructed thecountries at'a host of social events I , t Ii: le l ~Sii' k:~ wn" ~u;~mJ" " '1/ ~heriff s Otfieel~,i:~;'\eArrests ;laltV II Robert cSu, ,ril( ri t Co ru t { .... : ' Dr. Forman said he found he[son Louis Autio, Montesano; one daughter born July 18. city attmney to prepare a .so U ,-.~.-h.~e~,,' ,'~ ,~m amesall resorts.and we -----1-11,~ h~e~iCl~gainst ~,Vnl" o i~ l.g 'coldd not stand the desert heat he/daughter Mrs. Nelda Jean Boclk ng at lots,, at shBe~fked o;~icthed, enconntered in Arizona. / Shelton and four grandchildren. Try aourndWaiit- Ads pio'~le;~i~g ~ ~1~;;[ on a p,o , ~,~ ! ~3'30 8/6 3t ' - . . v ,: ~ ". [ week were Paul HicKam, acces-I C Getty, debt !~ Pslr----oroff$("fin'-- !tlng IB--5h~ ..... While nl Amsteraam, tne Am-t...l.. to auto theft; Charle~ C t ".~-'~' " "r " .... : ~0I'i i ~..~R.O~" THE bassadors were i~;iatftd ctaOr~eda~Ece'] ~Y~l~'ptly, hitcYihikhig; Betty J?zhns: ] CO~l~:.~: l tr~l~li'~le~onvPPe;l,:' m Jnsuc( i'! " Oil DoaI(I tne a .. 2 " .. "[warrant, King County; Laurence| , , , sex by mmsmpmen nom tHe n cktoldWatlant Km Cou tv , , " ' ! . . '. . [ Be "" " g ~ ; [ Stat~ I atrol u~ FOR United States Naval Acaaemy at~Frank ~ Anderson mltO theft'' " --------__.__ _.---- ....... I .... , ~ ,| Porter S Hurst 21 Bremerton, A.nnapollS,lvtaryiana WHO were lo n q)~, ~Eastate of ,ll II ~l~l ' " . |Donald G. Stewart, taking n t '[suffered facial n.bl:asi(;ns when the [] 1 ll[1 on. a. summer c.rm.se. . [vehicle without permission of the/1954 Ford Conpe he was driving t~a i ~.inted and I l[!~ll~l~ll "Tne art gauerles are magnl-/owner. /slid off the highway while rollnd- ~,~.: ~ ,!:; ~,i ;a ~2 t alanlate.at saidAll ! [: : . ..... : ficent, Kathryn writes. I saw the " .... " ' ~~.:~ ~ Mona Lisa at the Louvre anal Belfalr Ju~,tlce Court ling a right-hand curve, rolled ov- i'i! 'ra~[t~]Y ~ ~aerve=r,nea theon '' ..... :"~ ............ ' ....... .... ...... ~ .... .... ~. ~ !i';i:~ ~,' :.~ many other famous works of art.[ Robert L' Kupst~s Bolfair no[el" several times, and came to rest ,e. '~ "Hey, i~ob- . ~:*; L ~'~' : : l,,~ :: ~;i !::i: : 'F~)~,: ' ' ' ',~. II lit :'/~ I am looking forward to seeing| valid o'-eraior's license Forf(~ited/ in a miCH. i:i~!;i ~,~ ~ ~e~s below : ...... ~:i:"~'~.~ ::..::; :: ..... : ~ =i~ :, [] -- l~. : ~:~l ..... - ...... The iJieta' when~ v ......... / The accident happened 1 3/4 i:-;';i~;;::./,:! ' ......: ~)~ ::"~ ~ ,:~b~)~: ~ m ;..~ we stOp at tHe l~ew xur~ vvu *u~] James U. ~;oming, ~eatue speen-/ , .; ~ .~,~ . .,, ~ro.~da,, i] six i ' ' " ' . ,, , ~. ~- ~ o cx~ o ,~ cx al= ~.a... j. -- - ....... ......... Pa.s is no ........ ......... ........... - ,a;' "~ DUbliea- [] I .... Fair on the way home, [Hlg improper pasmng, ,orfelted[ ............. |ntMlv dam i!' . ~. t ane Will be .:::/C > : . ~ .................. [] ' : J~aulryn sam tu~ , s i ~Z. / .... d ';: 'i"~' ': July 16 ~:i!:~/~, i~ i~ ~ ..... in all ut in celebrating the 800tit/ Gerge R Smith Winslw' im'/'s~ ' i ;![.:} g " " Theze were no injuries in an . ~. 4 i~,~ , .... ............ Anniversary of Notre Dame Cathe- | proper pas,flng driving while lic-[ CCl-e~: " " en a ca ~l~d a an . : ..... dral. She said that the Mass of[ense mlspended'. Booked in MasoniC2 'a ~t De,we .jr ~!~. P - ~~ ~ ::i the Music there ,~as " [County jail posted bail and pe-[~, .~ . c~., " : .... ~, i" " " ' ' ' e to l:~ellan'. ...... ~