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Shelton Mason County Journal
Shelton, Washington
July 23, 1964     Shelton Mason County Journal
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..... ):L :'5 22~.6 Olympic Hwy. No. l'ho !uLt ei mills we 'e established it1 order [hot somt~ of tl',e leaders with young (:hihlren could attend and give lh,Ar whole attention to tll'qr dutir:.;. Mrs. ltiehar(l Schu- Aside from ~ few rainshowers, tile. Campe,snip, which was awarded )l rt of Port Orchard was ill weather cooperated quite well and Lo Penny Fe(lcnl to use in attend- charge of Ihe boy's unit which on Thnrsday night the Jtlniors ing lhe camp of her choice.Penny numbered nine boys age 6-11 and and Cadets "stayed own'night and aa4 decided to go to Camp Lyle McCloud for a two-week period lho:~, had a plogranl of handcraft: enjoyed, the fil~e evcning at the beghming July 21 and ending Aug. to i:eep them busy and interested.: part(. Fhe nursety unit witll Mrs. Ka- l?he' Bandaid business was brisk, 2. thie Wilbur in charge had the though of a minor nature, and Among the Port Orchard lead- ers assisting was Mrs. Henry babies and included yonngsters up kept. the Fh'st-aid unit busy. The White, neighborhood chairman. only exception was a spraine'd knee The week's program proved to be suffered in a IMI by Susan Scott. not only interesting but a valua- lJ'pon exanlinati0n bv Mrs. t:rank Fedenk and Mrs. Joe Wilbur, the ble experience in many ways for kne(: appeared to be twisted witt~ 1)oth girls and their leaders. a noticeable lump. Coht compres- TIlE MONTHLY meeting' of the se~ were applied to counteract the North Mason Board of Directors swelling anti with the able assist- w'~s held July 13, at the Elemen- once of the girls of tile Motor tary school Attending for his first Corps, the knee was splinted, using board n)eeting was newly appoint- a pillow splint. Susan was put into ed Supt., Norman E. Sanders, fo,'- Mrs. Fedenk's cat' by the girls, merly of Manses. Ken Rose pre- ssing a blanket lift and tlans- sided in the absence of vacation- .............................................................................. ing chairman, Doug Hoppe. Mr. Byerly and Mr. Keoller, represent- ,- Wee" America ,,r:reen' ing the Bear(at Water associa' ties which supplies water to the elementary buildings, told of their plans to drlU a well and install new pipes throughout the system. A creek is the present source of supply. Four new teachers wei~e hired: Mrs. Janet Fisk, English; Harlen Olson, Industrial Arts; _De.ellis .Wee4 Cnmvae~ak0 .sub- gMs had daily clas,~ instruction in tarps which were needed during ,nre Insm'ance Co., of Seatde aP.d addition to the praclical exper- tile occasional raiuy periods. The the dental instll'all;L' with the tcla:e ia aiding with the care of ~cala,llillK $11) V/aS used for a Washington Dental Assottiation (he babies and older children. Bids were opened on a 19.t9 Chew'olet Carry-all, declared sur- plus by the District, with award going to Ton) Davis with a high bid of $137.50. The directors voted $3,1 to 1)e contributed to the Wa- shington State Sul)erintendent's Association in-service fun(i for conducting teacher workshops on designated days in October and March. Purchase of oven and range equipment fl'om Lang Man- ufacturing Co., was authorized in the amount of $3,245. By motion, the board directed the superintend- ent to notify the Auditor of the intention of the District to place school proposals on the Sept. ])al- lot. In other business the Directo,'s authorized the use of the Belfair and Allyn school buildings for elections in September and Nov- ember as per request of the Mason County Auditor. Sanders was des- ignated the District's rep, esenta- tive to the Federal Government for PL874 and 815 funds and au- thorized to apply for such brads, THREE ELECTItIC ranges and one automatic washer, used in the High School Home Economics room during the past school year are for sale. The ranges will car- mo::t of this time she had madeAllie Ahl, her home five miles north of Lil- R!chard Bates,: liwaup, but at the time of her Eastgard. death was living in her new home Games were t in the Start White addition, south mmts~ served t) of here. :She had been seriously ,Mr. and M!S ill and under nursing care for more than a year. ~vdlwauke, O~!J tioning at thel~ Mrs. Graves was the widow of mer home. Mrl:i Myron B. Graves, a retired hotel was informally; ma'n from Minnesota whom she impromptu p~r 1,OWELI, LUNDSTROM married m Olympia in 1914. They ..... I were owners of a large estate, with slug. Evangelist Lowell Lundstrom about 50)0 f~et ,~e ~,~,~ r,~r,1 DAVID R0I and the "Message For America I waterfront, which was sold by er of Mrs. La' te.am from .Sisseton, S.D, ~y.ill]the widow four years ago and is week here witl no~a a one mght meeting at me ow a residential axes k own Lawson, new f tn n as Shelton Assembly o Gc~l. on ] Ayock Beach. They were commun- Beach, occupfl Thursday, July 23 at 7 p.m.]ity-minded people and made their cottagc-apartr[ Rev. Mr. Lundstrom and his Iplace into a recreational center ents'Mr, and.1 team have couducted crusades in Ifor the entertainment of service with daughtel churches of different denomina-Imen about to o overseas (luting him to illiWa~ "* . g , , .. t,ons durmg the past seven years ] World War" II. Mrs. Graves served from Hoquia~rt Theh" radio broadcast, the ';Mes-[on school election boards in the with their sot sage For America", is beard in Icesunity" . ter. more than 25 states, Canada, Mex- I Since 1946, because of Mrs. Mr. and Mr ice, Cuba and Latin America. I Graves' poor health, a sister, Miss children frown 1 Rev. Mr. Lundstrom was con-iMary Schauland, retired teacher, end guests at verted from the night clubs where has made her home with her; and Burmaffs mot he was the leader of his own dance ! more recently, Miss Claire Wilson, Robinson. All, band and now has dedicated his a nnrse and friend of the family, until WedneS life as an evangelist. Mrs. Graves is survived by [{n- er and some He attended college four years other sister, Mrs. Clara Wise of w~e were to and holds a B,A. degree from LaCrosse, Wis., and a brother, ing expe, North Central Bible College in August Schauland of Barnum Robinson Minneapolis, Minn. He is also the Minn. when composer of more than 50 Gospel Funeral services were held on ler, .aatW:s .slut .h,v.mna_ J-le,. xlotW- .w_U.h .Tkttt'aday _af.ken~nno .~3 3 ~n,~v. ,iv .f,'.~m~ .the JULY 23 TO AUG. 3 SIZES 3 TO 6X SIZES 7 TO. 14 STYLES GALORE... MANY WITH WARM, PILE LININGS: Cosy hooded warmers. New double- breasted dashers. Smart pocket- accented prizes. Swing pleat backs. Print or bright solid color acrylic pile linings as cheery as they are'practical. GREAT FABRIC VARIETY: Textured tweeds of all.wool-and-wove blends. Marvelously thick meltons. Bold checks and plaids. Easy-care vinyl suede. Cotton corduroy. Wool-and- camel's halr fleece. Dressy diagonals. YOUNG-MINDED FUR TRIMS: Sassy, sporty and shining NATURAL RACCOON. Lush, plushed DYED FRENCH RABBIT in lots of colors. Thick, lustrous long-wearing DYED MOUTON LAMB. Soft TIPPED AMERI CAN LAMB. FULL-GROWN SELECTION: Tailored types for students of the clas- sics. Fun ideas for pint-slzed fosh[on plates. Colors ond neutrals to every- body's toste. Sister-sizes in some styles. Fur producfs labeled to ~how counfr of or;gin e~ imporled fur=. :: WOMEN'S COAT CARAVAN WILL BE IN OUR STORE AUG. 10-2(i) IT, NOW;,,OR, PUT mT ON LAYAWAY FOR LATER CHA GE Red Stripe ............................. 2 only Rugs 9 x 12 Cotton $4d88 1 white, 1 rose ................ &qF 3 on,y Rugs bra,ded 10~x13~ $27oo 1 red, 1 green, 1 brown 11 only Rugs braided $~66 34 x 54 ................................... O 34 only Rugs Nylon Reversible 24 x 36 ................ 5 only Rug runners $~1~00 multi stripe 24 x 72 ........ & 2 only Towel Poles Chrome ................................. 38 pr. Draperies 45 x 84 5 colors ............................... 56 only Bath Towels floral prints ........................ 7 only Deoorator pillows 00 Corduroy Cover .................... 1 pc. Plaid luggage plaid collapsible blue .................... 1 pc. Plaid luggage plaid $~J$00 collapsible, red .................... 3 only Rugs White 27 x 48 .................................... 25 only7 pc. ~, Juice Set ............................ 10 only4 pc. Glass 66' Stein Set .............................. 22 only Tray with ~ 8 Coasters ............................ 60 only Ice Cube Trays ~_1_1_1_~ Set of 4 ............................ 19 only Krlsper Canister ~ keeps fresh .......... 9 only Charcoal ~I~ Buckets ................................. V~P 5 only Pick-up 50" Dusters ................................ 67 only Unique Universal Zipper Foot ........................ 5 pr. Dacron Tier $~88 Curtains 70 x 36 ............ 25 pr. Dacron Tier $~44 Curtains 70 x 30 .................... a. 4 only Radios $1 lg5 6 Transistor .................... BOY'S DEPT. 17 pr. Shorts Size 5 .................................. 9 only Swim Trunks $~50 16 & 18 ................................ .=. 7 on)y White Shirts 8, 12, 14 & 16 ............ 8 only Odds and Ends Sport Shirts ........................ 68 only Sweat $100 Shirts .................................... 36 only 2 pc. Seersucker $400 Short Set 3-6x ..................... it 36 only 2 pc. seersucker $429 Short Set 7-14 ..................... it 53 only Knit Sport Tops gmmt .... Sizes 5-10 ........................... ~U 27 pr. Solid Color Shorts Sizes 3-14 ............................I~_~U, 75 only 2 pc. Short $450 Set 7.14 ............................ it 34 only Sleeveless $4 O0 Blouses 7-t4 ........................ it 41 only Cotton Play Suit 3-6x . ............... ~OO 31 ordy Swim $488 Suit= ........................................ it WOMEN'S DEPT. Robinsous, who had per and Mrs. in TacOln gr~ sen until ha d :'L re g sens brou dinner aL ~or a W hiking, Harold from scott of Mr. and of brother-in" Tacoma, on Lake. Th trout to tivity. Arriving a niece of Sand Mrs. three child Boyd, Sund be~ lng showers Sunday's vail. lg only Sweaters $fl~88 Assorted ................................... O 16 pr. Tapered Slacks sail Cloth & Corduroy ................ 20 only Nylon Knit Shells .................................... 109 only Corduroy Jumpers ................................ 27 only Hand Bags Asaorted ................................ the Allie Alice and tel', ( Pryde RobinSOll. Mr'. ,an Tacoma, of Tex, si Shields' ' back to Shield'S kerson of bee~ 55 only Summer $ $10 Dresses ................. 2 to 25 only 2 pc. Slack set $~1~77 Size 10, 12 and 14 ................ L tion at In Mr. went 54 only $794 $9,94 Swimsuits ............ & 16 only Watches $4~88 17 Jewel .......................... ZL MEN'S DEPT. 11 pr. Tapered Jeans $~1~00 Small Sizes ............................ 5 only White Shirts $~00 Short Sleeves ....................... 4& 14 pr. Walking $~1~00 Shorts .................................... Mr, went to Mrs. Sch 9 only Straw Hats $~}00 Grey ........................................ 26 pr. Swim $~00 Trunks .................................. L 8 only Shower Hats $488 Beige .... . .............................. it 11 only Watches $12=' 17 Jewel ............................ son. RiC Mrs. (leo Walter, a weeR'S