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Visiting their grandmother, Mrs. Edna Hunter over the weekend were Mr. and Mrs. Denny Grant and baby Jim, and Roger Lake, all of Sunnyside. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Valley and daughter Vicki of Bremerton, and Jan Valley of Island Lake spent the weekend with their grandpar- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Chester Valley. Other callers Sunday at the Val- ley home were Mr. and :Mrs. God. Lozier of Tumwater. MR. AND MRS. BERT Deyette and family spent part of the week- end aL Brown's Creek but due to rainy weather were forced to re- turn home. The Skokomish Community club has a meeting this Thursday eve- ning and members are urged to attend. The regular meeting of Skoko- mAsh Grange is this Friday eve- ning at 8 p.m. As this is the only Grange meeting this month let's try to attend. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Johnson entertained with a dinner Sunday for their family. Those present were Mr. and :Mrs. Arian John- son and daughter Kimberly of Se- attle. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald John- son Jennifer and BrAce of Sumner, and Mrs. Ronald Porter and daughter Alison of Santa Ana, Calif. SAVINGS BOND SALES Sales of Savings Bonds in Ma- son County dm'ing the first six months were $20.136. according to L. A. Cax'lson. county savings bond chairman. LIQUOR SALES Sales at the VTashington Liquor Control Board Store in Shelton during June were $25,078.05 con- sisting of $23.362.52 in retail sales and $1.715.53 in dealer sales. .  ,_  .... ._:': _- _=:- 00'OLv MPl  :,2, ',.' - - -- -= "--,..._.-.--,-::. Days like this are made for Olympia PLAN AHEAD One ingredient is pricelessz .Tt th4 ter  \\;-l Visitov welcome. Olympia Brewing Company, Olympia, Washiugtot. *Oly *  . SHELTON--MASON COUNTY JOURNAL -- Published in "Christmastown, U.S.A.", Shelton, Washington Two Hoodsport Girls Enter Track Meet In Potland, Take First Places By Joyce Scott HOODSPORT ..... Two of our lo- cal girls are becuming quite the track stars. Darlene Gray and Jeanne Pcteyson traveled to Por- land Saturday to compete in an A.A.U. All comers meet held, at the Portland University. They had a unique experience in that they competed against one another. In the 50-yd. dash Darlene came in first with a time of 6.7. Jeanne was third with 7.2. In the broad jump they took first and second place, arlene with 15 ft. 4 in., and Jeanne 13 ft. 10 in. Jeanne en- tered the low hurdles taking first place with 13.2. Their parents, the Ray Petersons and Norm i Grays drove the girls down. After the meet they all went on to Cot- tage Grove, Ore., and spent the night at the W. G. Petersons, re- turning to Hoodsport on Sunday. On Monday Ray and Maxine, and Jeannie left with Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Mincher in their' Pi- per Aztec plane for Frisco. THE MINCHERS had flown in here after a two-day trip to Sun Valley, Ida., with the Dick Addle- roans. The Petersons will drive back a car for their boys to use during the coming school year. Mr. and :Mrs. William C. Scott, :Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Scott and Wayne joined the other members of their family at the Richard Scott home in Olympia on Sunday afternoon. Two sisters, Mrs. Que- nie Coburn and Mrs. :Minnie :Mc- Donald attended as well as the Jack Rodman family and the Ro- ger Scotts from Caress. Mrs. Me- Donald will be remembered here as the former Mrs. Bob Angst. Her husband passed away a few months ago in Long Beach, Calif., where they made their home. She has just returned to the North- west and will be making her home in the Seattle area. IRMA LARAMIE succeeded in surprising Mary Addleman last Monday night with a gift party for her ba%y girl Twenty friends were gathered in the Laramie home when Mary arrived. Little Cheryl will be a doll in all the pretty little things morainic re- ceived. Four of the gals remem- bered Mary with a new outfit. The baby is now at home and growing nicely. Hood Canal Garden Club will meet at the home of Tom Webb Aug. 1 at 11 a.m. for r picnic. Husbands and families arc invited also. Flower and vegetable hats are Lo be worn to this annual af- fair. The Dwight Pierces had as their guests on Saturday Mrs. Lela Al- len. her son Stanley and Stan- ley's two sons, Dan and David, and . cousin. Colleen Allen from Seattle. On Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Allen Ward and Dee from Cos- mopolis dropped m unexpectedly for a few hours visit. THE Jl]l Shumate family and some guests enjoyed a trip on their new boat last week. Jim and Mar- garet and Jane left on Tuesday and went to Sekiu. Wednesday evening Jim Smith, Judy Shumate and Doug Bishop drove up and joined them. On Friday Jane and Doug returned to go to work. The boat and the balance of the party arrived in Hoodsport on Sunday afternoon just in time to rush Judy back to school to staz her second year of nursing at St. Jo- seph's. Mrs. Ron Porter and her daugh- ter Allison from Santa Ana, Calif. had dinner with the John Lara- rule's on Wednesday night. Irma and Linda are cousins. Another cousin, Shirley :Byrd, from Fre- mont, Calif., and her children, Sue and Eddie also visited the Lara- mac's last week. Mrs. Mamie Kaare is now at home after spending several days in the Shelton Hospital. Danny Pierce, grandson of Lois and Dwight, and. son of the Ger- ald Pierces, is in boot camp at San Diego and writes that he likes the Navy. He will be home in August for a short leave. THE NED JACOBSEN family have moved from Hoodsport to a place in Dayton near Fred's work. We wish them well in this new location. Bob and Karen Pederson and little Debbie from Port Angeles visited a few days last week with the Maurice Kaares and other relatives. Rev. Leland Wilkinson from Olympia was the guest speaker in the Hood Canal Community church on Sunday in the absence of Roy. Pain and his family. There is still time to register for Junior Bible Camp at BlaCk Lake. If interested call 877-5283 or 877- 5478. Survey Of Forest Insect Damage Starts The annual aerial survey of for- est insect damage in Oregon and Washington forests got underway last week according to J. Herbert Stone, Regional Forester, U.S. Forest Service. Stone stressed the importance of detecting forest insect out- breaks while they are still small so that control measures can be applied to prevent serious timber losses. This is particularly impor- tant this year with the already serious problem of insects in tim- ber blown down in the Columbus Day storm. Private, state, and federal for- esters cooperate in this survey. Results of the survey are sum- marized and coordinated by the Insect and Disease Control branch ef the Forest Service's Division of Timber Tianagement. To determine fnrest insect con- ditions on some 52 million acres of forest lands in both states will require aTJout 250 flying hours; two planes and two trained ob- server crews are being used. The survey will be campleted by Aug. 15. Harstine Social Club Has Annual Picnic Saturday At Marina By Doneto Glaser HARSTINE -- The Harstine Island Social Club held its annual picnic Saturday at the Marina. There were over 50 present. Plans for the annual Labor Day Dance were discussed. Luncheon was ser- ved at 3 p.m. Fried chicken, pota- to salad, cakes, watermelon and all the fixin's were served smor- gasbord style. Hardiest thanks to Mr. and Mrs. Sobering for their wonderful hospitality from all of us who attended the picnic. Naoma and Jim Lohrer, of beau- tiful point Wilson, have been very busy this week entertaining guests and being entertained. The Lohrers entertained the A1 Pridhams and the Paul Chaffees at a salmon barbecue Tuesday, and Wednesday they had as their overnight guests Hez'b and Geneveve Spahr of Ta- coma. Wednesday night the Lohr- ors were the guests of Mr. and :Mrs. R. L. McCulloch for dinner and a game of Bocce. Sunday Buc- ky Christopher and Candice Bro- die of Olympia were the Lohrers guests. THE FR. ROGER McAuliffe S. J. made his first visit to Harstine to visit his brother Jim McAulif- fee and family. Father McAuliffee teaches theology at the Univer- sity of Santa Clara. He accom- panied a unit of R.O.T.C. men to Fort Lewis where they will un- dergo a six-weeks training course. Father McAuliffee's visit was all too brief here as he could only spend 24 hours here. He left by tlane for Rend, Nc-.. Saturday. He will assume his duties m a chm'ch there. Sorry Father, you couldn't spend more time here and get to see more of tho beauties of the great Pacific Northwest. The Harold Sibrings "had a sur- prise visit from Mrs. Gtadys Cart of San Francisco. Mrs. Carr is employed by the state crippled children's department. She had ta- ken a week's vacation in Cana- da and stopped to see her long- time friends on her way home. The Seberings also have their grandchildren. Stormy and Sun- nie Gaff of Hayfork, Calif., vis-' AXing them for a month. The chil- dren arrived va private plane. Their mother. Diane, accompanied them on the flight up but unfor- tunately she was only able to stay ovevnight here. Mrs. Gladys Pat- ton, friend of the family was their pilot. Harstine Island Grange p]et on Friday night at the hall. They made plans for the luncheon which will follow the gvel meeting. They also made plans for a smorgasbord to be held this fall. Discussion was also held concern- ing the possibility of a booth at the Mason County Fair. IT WAS "lights out" at 8:15 Sunday night for all of Harstine. Our very concientious PUD found the trouble, a tree burned out the line near the Pioneer school. and serwce was on in just a little over an hour. Thanks a lot mister PUD crew. The Gordon Simmons' lind as their guest, Gret's nephew Mark Lester of Gardenia. Calif. Sat- urday the Cecil Whipples and their three children of Garden City (on Kamilchee cut-off ) and their guests from North Dakota arrived on the 12:30 and left on the 3 o'- clock ferry. The Whipples were anxious to show their guests the oyster beds and to have them meet the Simmons'. Sunday the Charlie Stewarts, also of Garden City, spent the day visiting the Simmons. The H. A. Glasers son Dick and family of Shelton spent the week- end with the folks. Son Joe came from Bremerton and daughter Margaret and family of Gig Har- bor also spent part of the week- end here. The H. V.'s spent Thursday in Hoquiam visiting Donette's twin sister and her family, the Don Burnetts and her folks, the Don Eddys. They returned home on the six o'clock ferry. We want to say "happy birth- day" to Arthur Wingert, who will celebrate his day Monday, July 29. Happy Birthday, Art, from all your Island friends. SMITH GOAT FIRST The Jack Smith herd of Shel- ton won a first place blue ribbon at the Tri-County and Olympic Pe- ninsula Dairy Goat Assn. buck and kid show at Yelm Sunday. Smith's three month old baby buck snarred the ribbon. It was the only Shelton entry. Weather Doesn't Hurt Fish 04he00 At Lake Hahwatzd During 00eek By Joann Tuppcr LAKE NAHWATZEL --- With the weather like it's been this pa week people have still been coming out to the lake to try their luck at trout fining. Little 4fi year-old, Bruce Snell, soi of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Snell of Aberdeen caught 14", 16" and a 17 1/8", 2 lb. 1-oz. trout off the dock of his foik's summer home here on the lake last Saturday. Also catching a nice 17" trout was Robert Jack- son of Aberdeen. John Thompson of Olympia was fortunate in cat- ching a 18 '', 2 lb. trout last Saturday. Fishing has been real good this season, With the biggest percentage of people catching their limits. Miss Linda Lee Smith of Shelton was the guest of honor last Thurs- day at a birthday party given by her grandmother, :Mrs. Lee Daw- son, at her home at the lake. Guests were Anna Hanson of Shel- ton, Rodney and Randy Reeve, of the lake, the honnred guest's bro- ther, Jimmy and their mother, Mrs. Leroy C. Smith. It was Lin- da's sixth birthday but her first in Washington State, as she was born in Kansas and has spent the' past five years in Alabama. Hot dogs, ice cream and a "special" cake was served. Mr. and :Mrs. Walter Chappell and family of Dayton, were drop- in gueuts last Sunday at the home of :Mr. and :Mrs. Archie Kelley. Sunday afternoon the Kelley's received a 'happy" long distance telephone call from their son, Da- vid who is stationed in Florida. He called from Boise. Idaho, and arrive home last Tuesday. He will be home for two weeks, before returning to his assigmnent in Florida VISITING Mr. and :Mrs. James Bleeker last Thursday was Mrs. Blocker's sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Simmons of Ephrata. After enjoying three days up at Sekiu fishing. In three days of fishing they had caught 156 lbs. of salmon. Mrs. Laura Van Epps of Shel- ton visited the Blockers last Fri- day afternoon. Katie and Mike Hickson, son and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alan Hickson returned home last Friday after visiting their aunt and uncle. Mr. and Mrs. Richard :Meyers of Beaver Creek, Or., the last two weeks. Sunday evening" dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Law- fence Sansen were Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Papsworth of Issaquah. Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Hector Barbour last Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Ed Sellers of Brady. Mr. and Mrs. Ctifford Ford were visited by Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Boothe and family of Hoquiam. Mrs. Caroline Tupper returned to her Tome at Laguna Beach, Calif., last Wednesday after spen- ding a month at the home of her son Mr. and Mrs. AI Tupper and family. They took her to Sea-Tac Airport where she boarded a plane for Los Angeles. VISITING Mr: and Mrs. F. E. Hewson for a few days were Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hewson and family. of Lewiston, Ida. Saturday they all drove up to Seattle and visited :Mr. and Mi's. B.oger Hewson at Woodland Park. Mr. and Mrs. Phil Parker and family visited the Hewsons last Saturday spending the night, and returnin'g to Olympia Sunday. Visiting Mr. and Mrs. James Bleeker last Tuesday were Mrs. John Visser and grandson, Les Mc- Gee of the "Y" at Potlatch. Mr. and :Mrs. Roe Franklin vis- ited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harley Franklin of Spanaway last Monday, they also visited in Ta- coma. Friday evening /Mrs. Dick Tup- per and daughter, Susan, accom- panied by Alan Tupper and Floyd Margeson attended the Ken Jensen Circus in Shelton at Loop Field. Sunday evening Mr. and Mrs. Al Tupper accompanied by Junior Bryan and :Mrs. Floyd :Margeson drove to Eldon to pick up John Tupper who is stationed there with the forestry service. He will be home for a tew days. Truih Subjec! Of Scientist Service The subject at services at the Shelton First Church of Christ. Scientist this Sunday will be "Truth' . Responsive Reading wil] include these words of Christ Jesus: "Ye shall know the trutiL and Lhe truth shall make you free" (John 8.32). Related readings from "Science and Health with Key to the Scrip- tures" by Mary Baker Eddy will also be heard and will include the following: "Prayer cannot change the unalterable Truth, nor can prayer aione give us an under- standing of Truth; but prayer, coupled with a fervent habitual desire to know and do the will of God, will bring us into all Truth" (p.ll). Feed loose salt to pigs. 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Gole & Sons Inc. 118 South Third Phone 426.4411 O SEE: The Bankmobile, 31-fool travel.trailer, housing a free exhibit, consisting of. inter- esting displays designed to demonstrate the "story of Banking," Displays and photo- graphs will show how banking influences the economic and industrial growth of America, ...See the Centennial k "'Bank'mobile" in Shelton At the bank (425 Franklin St.) of today, The exhibit shows how banking was done in great-grandfather's day, SEE: All Day July 31 A typical turn-of.the.century teller's "wick. el" contrasted wilh the modern equipment SEE: B RING: The collection of antique cast.iron coin Your young folks of all ages, banks, replicas of the little mechanical sav- ing devices so popular in the nineleenlh century. Also a display of counterfeit bills courtesy U. S, Secret Service. them understand the of banking in the last help to instill the idea of thrift, This Exhibit Hosted by Members of the Washington Bankers Association aad ill Shelton by Seattle First National Bank m Sheton Branch