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y 25, 1963 SHELTON MASON COUNTY JOURNAL Publis.hed in "Chrsfmastown, U.S.A.", Shelton, Washington PAGE 9 , Gets 16-Inch Trout 00iing At Lake Nahwatzel n Tupper last week) 'ATZL -- With good at Lake Nahwat- kn, age %, son ot 5 ': LoberL Jackson at Vlo have a summer m the lake, caught a I trout last Saturday. , and Mrs. Clifford tday"" were Mr. and ,OOth and family oI ii n Booth and friend, n, nga week wiU] " randpa Ford. eve ing Mr and Ms Y Were visited by Al- Mrs. Hazel Mc- Ernest Wilkow- sland visited Mr, Bark our over the Stevie Chappell, son of Mr. and Mrs. Hank Chappell is now at home after spending a few days at Mary Bridges Childrens Hos- pital in Tacoma where he under- went surgery for a injury sus- tained last week, Visiting Mr. and Mrs. James Bleeker last Wednesday was Mrs. Visser and grandson, Lea McGee from the "Y". Mr. and Mrs. Charles Simnml]S of Ephrata spent the week-end at the Blocker home. LAST SATURDAY Mr .and Mrs. Lee Dawson were visited by' Mr. and Mrs. Howard Robinson and Mr. and Mrs. Bert Doherty, all of Tacoma. The Dawsons and son. Eddie ac- companied by Mrs. LeRoy Smith and children spent Sunday at their cabin at Grayland. Saturday visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Patten were Mr. and /firs. Sam Diggle and Mr. and Mrs. Art Jacobsen of Shetton. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Reeve and children enjoyed visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ned Jordan of Puyallup last Sunday. Later that evening they visited Mr. and Mrs. Gene Porter of Tacoma. Thursday afternoon Mrs. A! Tupper and Mrs. Caroline Tupper visited Mrs. Amel Tveit. Mrs. Kenneth Johnson and chil- dren of Skokomish and Mrs. Aud- rey Collins of Shelton visited the Tveits last Monday. Spending a few days at Take- land at the home of Sgt. and Mrs. Christianson is Mrs. Frank Cooper. Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Law- rence Hansen and Mrs. Hansen's mother. M'rs. Edith ProffitL last Saturday was Mrs. Van Norman and Trunan Glick of the Beeville Loop. WEEK-END GUESTS at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Allan Hick- son was Mr. and Mrs. Rudy John- son and family of Jersey Shores, Pa. Mr. and Mrs. Roe Franklin had as dinner guests last Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Louie Bee and Mrs. Dora Crowell, all of Quileene, and Mr. and Mrs. John Patten and children. Breakfast guest last Wednesday morning at the home of Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Hewson was Don Mar- sh of Allyn. " sAVE-UP T0-50% "'to Rubinstein .Year Beauty Sale ee d; 00E...GET A REAUT BONUS 00REE: if: id ' GLORIFY YOUR HAIR! "'' - soma Permanent. Named finest on the market by lead- ,:,,er sUrvey. Use as pincurl or neutralizer permanent. i, emer. Non.greasy hair groom ina tube. Makes hair behave , Lea es hair shin bri ht. 2.63 value q Y ' now,00,)00 ONE OF 30 EXCITING COMBINATIONS among original CAP members NELL'S PHARMACY ailroad 37 Years In Shelton IS THE MOST 426-3327 DAVID GUYER PAINTS his new totem pole. He is a member of the Ivy Climbers 4-H Club of Isabella Valley. The totem pole is a part of David's woodworking project. David is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Guyer of Isabella Valley. He has been spending his spare moments creating a representation of the Old Northwest. His totem pole is 5 1/2 feet tall and is made of five-ply plywood. This has taken careful work, imagination, patience to build. Upon completion of David's 4-H woodworking project, the Guyers plan to use this colorful totem pole as a coat rack. He is a first year member of the Ivy Climbers 4-H Club. Mrs. Guyer is also interested in 4-H club work as she is leader of the Ivy Climbers. (Photo--Judy Rains) Harstiue Island Social Club Plans Picnic For Saturday by Donette Glaser HARSTINE--Don't forget the Harstine Island Social Club wilt hold its annual picnic Saturday a the Garolds Cove Marina beginn- ing at 1:30 p.m Seating capacity is limited so bring either foldin chairs or a blanket. Friday night at 6:45 p.rn. the I-Iarstine Grange will hold its reg- ular monthly meeting at the hall. This s a very important meeting as we will practice for the up- coming gavel meeting. The Gunner Johnson Berry farm here on Harstine is in full swing harvesting their berry crop. Many of our school children earn their spending money picking berries and really look forward to berry pickin' time. THE JOHNNY BUDDS have spent several weeks at their sum- mer home m the center of the Island. Ships Captain William "Dutch" Gortz, Captain for the "Weyhouser Line." has taken a new ship the W. H. Peabody and left for the coast. He is now going thru the locks in the Canal Zone. While the Captain is gone his mother-in- law, Jennie Commings is keeping Esther company. Also granddau- ghter Louana Cramer of New York State is spending a few days on Harstine. The Larry Jerrells have returned from a vacation in British Cohnn- bin. They met the Hy Burtchers in Lynnwood and drove past ;ill- tams Lake B.C. to Riska Creek where they camped overnight. They broiled steaks which were delicious. They left early the next morning for Bella Coola a trip at 795 miles. They spent three day: on their property where the en- countered a lmge black bear who would not be discouraged and for It;wed them during their three day stay. The fishing was real gooct in the glazer fed turqaoise and white creek. They met an Indian family the Percy Mac's and their four children 4, 5, 6, 7 years at age. They also spent three days at Anahim Lake where they camp- ed and fished for three days. ON THEIR return they had as their house guests the Lional Toft,, of Seattle, they spent two days on Harstine. Mr. and Mrs. Don Burnett of Hoquiam spent the weekend with Darlene's twin sister Mrs. H. V. Glaser. The Bnrnetts launched their Birehcraft boat at the ferry landing and arrived via the nortt end. Their children Dan and Vicki really enjoyed "Haying" with their Uncle Bud. Visitors Come To Hood Cpanal Despite Rainy Weather ast Week By Dundee Skelsey (Too late last week) UNION -- In spite of the weath- er, or should we mention this?, the beauty of Hood Canal contin- ues to lure many guests to our shores. ME IMPORTANT INVESTHEHT YOU'LL MAKE IN YOUR LIFETIME! U'LL BE AMAZED at the Low Cost Per Sq. Ft. of O SIDEWALKS O DRIVEWAYS to use s Concrete t, most eeo- you've is the scene of much activity. July 13- 17 the Newspaper Man- agers Association, sonle 58 dele- gates including families making a total of 82 in atLendance. There was an election of officers for the coming year with 28 state as- sociations represented and spon- sored by the Allied Daily News- papers. Mr. Paul Conrad of Olym- pia, chairman. It was not all bus- iness, sahnon risking too, The Seattle Association of Cre- dit Men 25 in all attended meet- ings at Alderbronk from July 20 Lo 21, E. E. Porter being secre- tary-treasurer. The PUD association managers plan to hold Meetings July 25 and 26 with 20 to 25 people in altend- anee. Ken Billington from Seattle executive secretary. The Central Kisap Alumni class of 1946 will Imld its dinner dance reunion July 27. THE IlOOD CANAL Garden club will hold its annual potluck picnic Thursday, Aug-. 1. TILe at- tractive Tom Vebb home and gardens selling the scene for this ahvays chm'naing and most enjoyed event. Mrs. rallnda Nielsen and sister Ernta i%ossel attended the de(lit:a- Lion of tlw post office in Anaeor- Los lasl Week. Sen. Henry Jack- son a:nd Mrs. Jackson attended, The Senator was the main ,peaker. Also speakin,, was James Sylnbol, regiollal director. The]'c were many postmasters tlu'(nghout lhe state in atlendanee. A recepti(m followed Vc the Elks club. gveu in honor of the Senator. Dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs, Pat Nielsen Smlday were Mr. and Mrs. Shauncey Arnold t)f Silver- dale and Mr. and Mrs, Henry Gros. sal of Harper. Mr. and IVrrs. David Dalby with daughters Marilyn Marie, Susan and son David had a most joyolis week with his mother. Mrs. Ethel Dalby. The David Dalbvs are from Sandpoint, Ida, Sunday was the day cf departure, taking with them Kenneth Dalby of Seattle, S ELTON Mason Materials Go. ' 7th & Park Streets PanhandIe 4-H Camp ReadM For 0000amning Sessions By 00mhe00s By lal,el Ni(hl crowded o111 last wcck DAYTON .... The Grays Harbor 4-H Clubs \\;viii be cneamped at Panhandle Lake from Sunday, July 21 throngh Friday, July 26. Work parties turned out on Saturday and Sunday tt get the camp in shape. There v:ere quite a few on these two days but the painting of the kitchen seemed to fall on just two which was quite discour- aging as it is quite an area to ('over, Mr. and Mrs. A. E Lemke re- turned home Saturday after spend- ing some time in Calgary, Canada at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bry- an Hart While there, they attend- cd the Calgary Stampede. Friday visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Pete Roberts were Mr. and Mrs. Roy Lament and David of Shelton. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Williams end girls motored Lo Chehalis on Friday to Lhe home of Mr. and Mrs. Gary Coe. The Coles joined them for a sightseeing trip over the weekend east of the mountains. Among other sights, they made a visit to Coulee Dam. Jack Kirk of Tacoma picked np son. Raymond on Wednesday of last week at the James Hiekson home and Doris Hickson accom- panied them home to spend 10 days. Visiting Satnrday evening in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Alvia Chap- man were Mr. and Mrs. Gary Dillon and son of Shelton. SUNDAY DROP-IN callers in the James Hiekson home were Mr. and Mrs. Eugene VanCleve and family of-Shelton, Mr. and_:Mrs, J. W. Stoner mo- tored to Paulsbo Sunday to visit Mr. and Mrs. Earl King and Mrs. Mary Davis. Mr. and Mrs. Don Cress and children of Shelton were Friday callers in the home of Mr. and Mrs. ames Hickson. Shells went home with them to spend a few days. Monday, Mrs. Walter Chappe]l and children called on her grand- mother, Mrs. A1 LeGault, St., in her Cloquallum home. Arlene Trail of Shelton was Thursday overmght guest of Jane Williams. Mr. and Mrs. Alan Ford attend- ed the Dlympia Dog Fanciers' Use Journal Want Ads meeting held Monday evening m Olympia. Sunday evening callers in the Robert Leman home were Mr. and Mrs. l;Lichard Wingrove and girls of Ehna. Mrs. Pete Bloomfield honored ker husband at a birthday dinner in their home Friday evening. GneMs coming to wish Pete a hap- py birthday were Mrs. Bert Wood and Mrs. Les Bishop. After dinner the group visited in -the Floyd Watters' home and viewed olored slides along with Mr. and Mrs. Ltovd Clark. the Verne Sehuffen- hauer family, Mrs. Pearl Brown- field and Keith Satterthwaite. MRS. BERT WOOD left Sat- urday for her home in Ventura. Calif.. after spenoing several weeks in the Kamilche home of her mother. Mrs. Les Bishop. Sunday dimmer guests of Mr, and Mrs. L. B. Pharris were Mr. and Mrs. Mike Johnson and child- ren. Island Lake and Fred Phar- ris of Seattle. Mrs Alvin Hulbert visited her mother, Mrs. Sarah Lozier of Olympia this past week who cele- brated her 89th birthday. The James Einarsson family mo- tored to Point Defiance Park on Sunday for a picnic hmeh. Mr. and Mrs, A. O. Sehuffen- hauer were Sunday dinner guests of son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Verne Sehuffenhauer. Christine came home with her grandparents to spend the week. Joe Einarsson spent last week at Orcas Island Bible Camp. Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Pharris at- tended a Stanley meeting in Ta- coma on Saturday. Shelton Committee Visits Olympia. W.C.T.U. Miss Marian Johnson and her committee were guests of a Wo- man's Christian Temperance Un- ion meeting at the home of Mrs, Ruth Cassidy in Olympia last Thursday, The committee from the Shelton WCTU consisted of Mrs. David Turner. Mrs. Pahner Rob- erts. Mrs. W. H Snelgrove. Mrs. Manilla Galloway and Mrs. Nena Roberts. The ShelLon delegation met with the Olympia group to plan for lhe state cotvention, which will be held m October at the Olym- pian Hotel. Olympia mad Shelton wilt be co-hostesses of the three- day convention. Candidates For Mi!itary Academies Congresswoman Julia Butler Hansen today urged all young men interested in attending the tiree military academies to write her office in "Washington, D.C., ask- ing for application blanks, Mrs. Hansen pointed out that, applications are now being takes for young men to enter the acad- emies in Septenfoer 1964 and that the high school students who will enter their semor year should have their applications in soon. Mrs. Hansen has appointed five young men for the three academ- ies starting September 1963. Tho- mas White of Longwiew. Wayne Olsen of Olympia, and Royce Stine of Raymond are entering the U.S. Naval Academy at Annapolis. Charles Sutton of Elms is enter- ing the Military Academy at West Point and Lex Page of Camas is entering the Air Force Acad- emy at Colorado Springs. "I ask each young man who ap- plies for a Congressional appoint- ment to take the examination of- fered each year by the Civil Ser- vice Commission," Mrs. Hansen said. "Tfius it is essential that these young men apply at an ear- ly date through my offiee so an examination date may be arrang- ed." The first quarter of 1963 ended v/ith the cash value of outstanding Series E and H Savings Bonds at $,t6 billions-an all-time high. Can Save You Tax Moneyl Are yoa dalmlng all dng de ductions to which you are entitled? Thousands of items can be listed. DrugTaxavailable fee to mw customers--furnishes you an an- nual record. Come in today and ask about DrugTax. It% frt.. Start savi.g tax moneyI PREPP'S Rexali Store assumed new responsibilities Phone 426-4642 Copyright 1962 .--_:_- - - - _:-- : - --_ I I'111 Dr. George H. Ihdich, 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 BUYING? @ The .... ........... 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