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July 23, 1964     Shelton Mason County Journal
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1964 CO 8 COLOR TV ( AYNOR 213-G.15.M picture Consolette Color TV igh Fidelity Color Tube hassls "New Vista" Tuner U p Ul F O i I In And See For e in on Va SHELTONMASON COUNTY 3OURNAU--- Published in "Christmastown, U.S.A.", Shelton, Washington l o S ORDER: Model R619-3~'* t b t t4 Phone 426-4663 i YOU NAME IT---Officially named the "Wanagan," a term originating on the eastern seaboard for the floating, oombination cook shack-shelter used by boom men working logs on the rivers, she is af- By Mrs. Ray Krat('h~ SOUTHSIDE .... Thunderbirds 4-H club members met at the home of Leslie Snyder. Members looked over their costmnes for their skit, and discussed projects for lhe fair and 4-H camp. They also decided on what kind of dec- orations for their cabin at camp. Refreshments were served by Les- lie Snydcr. The club will meet again July 23. New residents of Arcadia are Mr. and Mrs. Don Herrick and family who have purcllased the Bob Ogden place. The Don Her- ricks were formerly residents of Ka mitche. Clove]' Girls 4-H club met with the meeting called to order by Cindy Hovind. Barbara DeMiero led the flag salute and 4-H pledge. The three girls that were absent were Vicki Harris president Denna Harris and Tresa Murray. Club members talked about camp and club skits. Every 4-H member received a 4-H pin at the meeting, reported Tracy DcMiero. Live Wires 4-H members met last Wednesday at the home of Patty Jo Mell and worked on their :projects for camp. They also dis- !cusxed what kind ,)f skit they i were going to have for 4-H camp i at Panhandle. Refreshments were served by Patty Jo Mell. 5 By M. Elil,~on KAMILCHE -- Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kelly of Tacoma visited Mrs. Alia Bell, Mr. and Mrs. Av- ory Kelly, and the Carrel Kelly family last week They were the overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Kelly. Mr. and Mrs. George Miller of Olympia were the guests of the Richard Kelly family Sunday. The Kamilche 4-H club is work- ing this week on the 4-H building at tl~e Mason County fail' grounds. The Kamilehe 4-kI club held a meeting Tuesday at the home of Barbara Wolfe to plan for the 4-H camp at Panhandle Lake starting July 27. Rev. George Effman of Califor- nia will speak at the Kamilche Community church Sunday morn- ing. DAVID BR,AI)I,EY celebrated his sixth birthday on July 16 with several of his friends. Herb Nelson retrained home Monday after undergoing a major operation Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. William Mctzgar a~nd their children Candy and Mark of Arcadia, Calif., left for home Monday after a week's visit with the Herb Nelson family. The }-Ia rry Simnlons family spent Wednesday with their sop. Le~: at the oeca]'{ beach. Mr. and Mrs. Abner Bisscll from Olympia visited tile Harry Sim- n~ons family last Tuesday. ,IEI,'F IIUSI~EY and his niece, Marliene Otto, arc, visiting rela- tives in The Dalles, Ore,, tiffs week, Mrs. John Jansscn and Ill(}l dauglltcr Carla f|'om Jacksonville,, Fla., visitea the home of Dan lVeods this week. Jack Jolliff was transferred to the Shelton Clinic Monday and is recovering from his operation last week in Seattle. Guests of Mr. and ]~4~rs. Allen Taylor of Kamilche Point were their son, \allace Taylor of Whit- tier, Calif., and his family. SOUTHSII)E EAGLES 4-H club met Friday with a very nice bar- becue of hot dogs at Bracy's. Club membc|'s talked about their skit for camp and also talked about the fair. Tile nexL meeting will be August 13. I lrour Leaves 47H club n~eml)e|'s :met July 15 at the home of Mrs. Bakke. 4-H members worked on camp decorati0]Is and sewed. Shei- l~t Holtorf gave a demonstration on how to lay a. pal.tern. The next meeting will be July 22. Linda Kratcha left Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. George Winnings and family of McCleary to spend :two weeks visiting her ~ great grandmother and aunt at Victor, Mont. Jmlice and Myrtle Kr~tcha at- :itended the ev~ming party last Wednesday at Betty Moran's. fectionately oalled a "seagoing crummy" by the Simpson boom men she transports back and forth to work ove~ the waters of Oakland Bay. * :I: z[: Actually the "Wanagan" is an 11 by 18 foot corrugated shack built on h)gfloats. Power for moving her from place to place is fm'nished by a 20-foot-long, Chrysler marine powered, steel- hulled jam boat, which as the name implies is normally used to break up log jams. A V-shaped notch has been fa- shioned at one end of the shack from heavy timbers. The bow of the jam boat nests into the V, and the shack and boat are lashed to- gether with rope to add stability. The inside of the "Wanagan" is furnished with rows of benches th.at seat around 30 boom men. There are two large windows in her forward end, affording the men a view as they travel back and forth to work. Between the windows is a door which is used for boarding and leaving. Before ~he "\Vanagan" existed boom mdi~ walked to work areas on the bay over floating catwalks. JOURNAL OLASSIFIED Managed and Operated by Christensen's for Shoes, Bremerton Semi.Annual FURTHER WOMEH'S SPRING AND SUMMER FOOTWEAR Peacock Fiancees Paradise Kitten Socialites Town & Country Dress Red Cross Cobbies One group of Shindigs Skooters Reg. Values to $17.99 SALE 90 to 9O \ Reg. Values to $8.99 SALE 90 2 PAIR Penaljo Town & Country Skooters Naturalizer Funster Cangemi Coeds Soft-N-Mello Connie Reg. Values to $10.99 SALE 90 Italian Sandles & Nite-air Sandles & One group of [IS Kedettes Reg. Values to $5.99 SALE 2 PAIR 90 il 2 ONLY DA820X AUTOMATIC GE DRYER FULL AUTOMATIC 12 LB. CAPACITY FLUFF CYCLE MAGNETIC DOOR LATCH DA520Y DELUXE GE DRYER TIMED CYCLE 3 HEATS 12 LB. CAPACITY FLUFF CYCLE 2 ONLY SPECIAL DA620Y DELUXE GE DRYER Mod*l DASI6Y HIGH SPEED DRYER o Big 12 pound clothes capacity Three heat selection Variable Time Dry Control Fluff cycle Counter height, counter depth Safety start switch No special wiring necessary Four way exhaust venting 4 HEATS FLUFF CYCLE ECONOMY HEAT 12 LB. CAPACITY FREE SPEEDY DELIVERY FULL WARRANTY - EASY CREDIT TERMS 1ST PAYMENT IN SEPT. ALWAYS TRY MILLEWS FIRST BUY AT HOME Mason County's Only Authorized G,E, S ervioe -- Factory Trained OPEN FRIDAY UNTIL 6:00 P.M. A Subsidiary of the P. N, Hirsch & Co. See Our Small Applimme Gift Department Sale PAGE 7