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PAGE 4 .__ _l_J.._ , ........ ,_1 . LJ . i Ji t ,uj Pioneer Logger Henry Garrison Of Pioneer Area Dies On Honday By Betty Ann ShOrn ary cake Wednesday evening to PIONEER An old-time logger help them celebrate 14 years oI ill our community, Henry Garri- married bliss. Coffee and ice cream son Sr.. passed awa Monday in was also served and gifts were Shelton General Hospital at the presented to the couple. age of 90. Mr. Garrison was one Weekend guests at the John of the Pioneer Loggers honored at VanderWal's were Mr. and Mrs. llis year's I,'orcst Festival. He is Harold Ottem of Redmond. survived by his wife. Emnm. and Mrs. Ray Walker' and children. a son, Henry, Jr. The comnmnity Richard arid Teresa spent a week extends to them our heartfelt sym- in Vancouver. B.C. visiting rela- pathies, tires. Tire old saying "all's well that Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Richards ends well" was certainly true  r 1 the Cliff Richards. Salem. our place Monday evening. A Ore.. were overnight guests of the spark from burning brush on the Norm Castles reeently. Joan Rich- beach started a fire on the roof ards remained with her aunt and of our house. Lucidly Jack was uncle for a two week visit SIIELTON---MASON COUNTY JOURNAL Publirhed in 'Christmastown, U.S.A." shore has received a U.S. Rubber are visiting their danghter and Fellowship to aid him in his stu- family, the Joe Edminstons of dies of chemistry at UCLA. Newport. Ore. Kathy Dickinson celebrated her THERE HA NOT been 12th birthday Friday with a party much boat activily on the Bay at her home. Guests were Linda due to the miserable weather Sun- Okonek. Joan and Linda Auseth. day was about the busiest with Charleen Mikkleson. and Mary several people out waterskiing and Cochran. enjoying the sun in their boats. ghelton, Washington hmne and had the fire completely Mr. and Mrs. Corky Dickinson controlled by the time the Dept. and family spent three days in of Natural Resources arrived with- Port Angeles last week visiting GOSSEII (IETS FELLOIVSHIP in 25 minutes aftra we called them. lhe .lack Pearce's. Lawrence W. Gosser, son of Mr. . The dan]age was confined to the The Agate Grange will hold its and Mrs. Lawrence Gosser, Shel- roof. annnal picnic Aug. 11 at the Clive ton, reeeivetl a United States Rub- Lawrence \\;V. Gosser. son of Mr. Treys of Picketing Passage. I ber Fellowship grant recently to and Mrs. Lawr'cnce Gosser of By- Mr. and Mrs. Pete VanderWal assist in the continuance of his AT OPEN HOUSE--The signs in the background Friday night. About 75 persons attended the open gr;do;;: il t'y ;tiUtCLr year of of this picture told the story of the Exceptional house to see the start of the program which got graduate work studying "for his too Foresters program at the open house held in the underway July 15. Presiding at the coffee table is Doctorate of Chemistry -program's quarters at the Shelton Airport bast Mrs. Warren Riards. "' Death ia00s Rowewe At "ome00 Bayshore Golf Course has been keeping busy though, with would- be boaters and swimmers taking their frustrations out on the golf ball. The Cliff VanderWal's gave a "mortgage Burning". party Satur- day night. Nearly 50 friends came out to help them enjoy their par- ty. Wayne Roberts and a friend Even Cook. Seattle. dropped in to visit with Wayne's mother. Mrs. Loren Roberts last week. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Share drove to Lake Quinault last Wednesday to visit the Dick Shero's. They al- so stopped by in Aherdeen and vis- ited with some old classmates. Visiting in the Jack Shero home is Betty Ann's dad. Alex Johnson of Cantle Reek. He celebrated his 75th birthday last Friday with the Shero+family. Smokey Says: Protect ant] conserve it! S A V RECENT GUESTS of the Cliff Van'der,Va l's were the Robert Nault's of Sitka Alaska and the Bruce Williams of Shelton. Neighbors of the .Norm Castle's surprised them with an anmvers- Pharmacy Phacls From Nell Evander Most of us don't enjoy being put in the position where we have to nag another person --- but ..... I just can't help wondering how long it will be this time before the next person grabs the wrong bot- tle nf drugs in his or hers medi- cine cabinet ? For your own sake - and that of all others i! your home, please PLEASE - keep every bo:Ne m in your lnethchle cabinet clearly marked and iden- tiffed. And. please do no; leave anything of a medicinal na_u,'e where your small children or even larger children) ::un get m- to it. Believe me! I'm as tired oI talking - about this as you are ot reading what I'm saying about it. but. fur your own sake land peace of mind) please go do it the dgy after yesterday. Please get it dor:e while you're thinking of it? Open Daily 9:30 to 7:30 Saturdays -- 9:30 - 6:00 Often Wears Apron Heirs Pharmacy GRAPEVIEW---We are indeed sorry to report the sudden passing of h'vin F. Rowe last Friday at- ternoon, when:.:he succumbed to a heart attaek whi!e sawing a tree near his reeently completely bulk- head on Streteh Island. This plea- sant. mild-mannered gentleman will be greatly missed by. his neighbors and the many friends he had made in the few short years he lived in our [ommunity. Born in McBain. Mich. Jan. 24 1894. Mr. Rowe spent most nf his adult life in Canada after marrying Maude Tomlinson in Sanlac, Sas- katchewan. Dec. 25. 1916. Farming and construction work and raising four children filled the years un- til retirement and in 1960 Mr. ana Mrs. R(,we purchased property on Stretch Island where they hau just finished building a lovely new home. Mr. Rowe was serving as Master of Fair Harbor Grange at the time of his death. He is sur- vived by his wife, Maude. son Don- ald Rowe of Alberni. B.C. and daughters Ervena Krein and Ven- us Forsyth of Alberni, B.C. and daughter Evelyn Rudd of Sin- clair Mills. Alberta; I5 grand- children and two great grandchil- dren also sisters, Mrs. Gene 2ditehell of Vancouver. B.C. and I,eora Lester of Saskatoon. Saska- tchewan and brothers, Benjamin Rowe of Flint. Mich. and Melvin Rowe of Balding, Mich. Funeral servmes were held this week m Alerni. B.C. In the three short years he spent in Grapeview. Mr. Ro,.vo endeared himself to many who knew him with his friendly personalty and ever-willing spirit cf gndd-ieighborliness. Or r sin- cere md heartfelt sympathies go !o Mrs. Rowe and her family. ART AND ERNESTINE Nick- brus b.aded the back of their truer with enough exhuberant "Barna- cles" early Monday morning to keep lhings lively, piled in sleep- ing bags, a score of suitcase: plus a goodly portion of camping apt) it and it was ofi to Panhandle Lake and the Mason County annual 4-H encampment. Weatherwi,e. we m:ght have wished for a slight im- prove]nrnt, but no one could Dave improved on the attitudes ,) the int-e)zed campers nar on the gen- eral spirit of eammaraderie which ;revelled throughout the eamp up- on their arrival. Seventeen mem- bers of our Grapeview 4-H club are enjoying the many activities of llfe at camp until Friday even- ing when they will be joined by ,arenas for the traditional bar- iecued sahnon dinner before re- turning home. The children wil, be watched over by-Leader Mrs. Jerry Hill with an assist from Mrs Walter Clayton Jr. and counselor Miss Virginia Freeman. Life terior walls, courtesy of the bar- nacles treasury plus willing lmnds of Jubie Hicks, Bill Spooner. Don Pogreba, Don Query, Myron Polk and Howard Somers...k generous donation of tarpaper from Lea Freeman will give added protec- tion from cool night breezes. Our comnmnity will be sad to bid farewell to neighbor:;. Don ana Ma,:lge Pennebera. who have re- sided more than 15 years in the Stadium Beach area. Their char- ruing waterfront home has been sold recently to Mr. and Mr:. Mel- vin Mills who will take possession Sept. I. Mr. and Mrs. Penncbera will occupy an apartment at Bremerton Gardens in tIanette with plans for a trip south in November. They will visit many of their Kitsap and Mason county friends wintering in Ariz,ma. Don xx-s at one time President of our Grapeview Community Club and both have been active in Eastern Star, Madge being a past Worthy Matr n of the Belfair C apter, Order of Eastern Star. She has also bead active in our lo'd or- th..pedie group. Tncy will cer- tainly be missed by their many fri.nJs t;ere. Gool luck and ihn ;',y,,y (,! MR AND MRS. MELVIN MilL and son Tom will move intr, the Pormer Pemnebera home ]n Sep- tember in time for Tom to start (.lasses at Irene S. Reed High School in Shelton where he "will be a senior. Miil. a navy mrman, who will retire from active duty in October, is formerly from Da- venport, Iowa and has recently been stationed JmBremeron and on 'hidby Islam].'He is current- ly+', charge of the Naval Auxdi- ary Airport located outside ot iz cmerton. Fred Lutz underwent surgery last Friday at the U.S. Veterans' tlosnital in Vancouver. His wife. Phyllis, visited Fred Friday and Saturday and reported he was much improved when she left. Phyllis and son Larry stayed at Mossy Rock with eousin Mr. an0 Mrs. ]arl Anderson aud. while there. Larry was able to assisl with the haying. MearAvnile, back at Lh homestead, baby Laurm stayed with his favorite Aunt Pat in Allyn. Sixty-eight persons gthered last Sunday for a family picnic with water skiing, swm]ming anc.l smorgasbording occupying most of tie afternoon. The sun came out long enough to keep things pleasant on the beach for Orin and Ethel B/lckingham, Ella Uhl- man. Ralph Green and their huge family. Guest of honor. as always. ,;.s nluch-loved "Grandma" Green who, at 93, thoroughly enjoyed Don in tow they met Lanrie at Seattle-Tacoma Airport when he arrived with classmat . 1)ong Tee- son of Brattleboro. who will visit a cuple of weeks with the fam- ily. This is Drug's first, visit to the Northwest and, well-man- rered as any good cadet should be. hasn't said a disparaging word reggrdiug our inclemer': weather! 'Such self control! The two young men are enjoying their leave, sightseeing, water skiing and just plain loafing. A Memorial service for Howard Seiners' aunt. Mrs. Ei.bel Davis, who passed away this month, took Howard and Murial to Seattle to p;c,. ,m ,:., mother. !,[rs. Charles Sonlers. and then to Bmqingt,.n's pi('tLresqne Baptist Churcl. lowing the i'npressivc ceremony honoriuo ;.lia no.qort la.,t whose life had een devoted t, serving (/.her- lb.' homers joined Mr. aa Mrs. Laurence Hunt lMrs. Davis was the sister of Mr. Hunt mm [rs. Souler  for dinncz" .>iorc re- turning to Seattle. BELATED HAPPV birthdr y greetings /_'o to Mrs. VValI..,_' Clqy- ton Sr. v,,iro enjoyed a family style birthday celebration last v. eek at the home of son and the Friday evening performance Clayton: ,.lsa tc Russ Stock ,vl: tt.trtained friends at th. Stocks' .tlra,:tie YuF.,zlner c'.'J:g2 ilere Satu,c,a;. evening; and m Mr. My- ron Polk who also waa feted en .amille. A congenh t group o: frien,._  joined tb Merrill McIdnstrv: :, their Grapeview beach home last iUll(.  cfterlloon. F.-ol 2'.,, ,tt,e came Mr. and Mrs. Mg"is Brown and 2.'r ahd /irs. Ro:)ertL, ...o,e. Mr. and Mrs. Cole arc the par- rots of the tlented Mary I=]]I,, 2oble who recently and very ably replaced Ann Maria .0dberghetti n de much-publicized presents lion of "Kismet" in Seattle. The McKinstrys were delighted with the Frida yevening performance which they attended. The Harold Retzmans are en- joying another visit from their bright-eyed little grmddaughter Polly who is with them from Seat- lie for a few days. Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Eob Battles were Carole's brother and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. Steve C,..?lins, as well as her grandpar- ents. Mr. and Mr,. Clark Rose ell of Seattle. A picnic lunch ana visiting was enjoyed by all four generations. Bill Spooner. with son Robert and daughter Linda. spent the bet- tar part of last week vacationing in Canada. On the trip up, as well as their return trip, th,y over- nighted in Victoria, although their destination was ere home of Bill's cou.':,in and family, the A. V. Mitchells in Cam',x. On their tr'p the3 especially enjoyed, among other things, swiwming at the Crystal Gardens and attending a performance of "Crazy Capers" at the Langham Court Community Theatre in Victorm. The "Eke" EacretL beach on g!tetch Island's north shore was the scene of a congenial gather- ing of Eckert ad Eacrett guests Iatm'day afternoon. From I'acoma ,.'ame Mrs. Eekert's sister, Miss Louise Naehtsheim, Mrs. Margaret ]3:-der, Mrs. Frank Worden, Mrs. Rex Willard, Mrs. Lucile Clark rs. Mary Ebson. Miss Ruth Phelps, Miss Beatri,'e Long. Miss Aarhe Laurie McCullock (Ann's former teacher) and Miss Long's n;ee, Diana Leonard of Mill Val- }.ey, Calif. This was Diana, s first visit to Stretch Ibmd and the :;.trrounding area and she was fa- orably impressed by all she be- bald. WEEKEND GUESTS of the Bob Eaeretts', arc,,,mg Saturday, were Mr. and Mrs. Bob Passmore a::d children, Bob, Lynn and Pat of Oak Harbor. Shirle:? Ea(:"ett's 'title niece Kelly Co]en,an ot Slelton arrived Thursday to ,pend a slightly longer eekend "at the beach". The Eekerta. Eacret',.s aria Mr. Passmore tool( advantage of a go,:d thing and a ttendel the t(i- vanis Pancake breakfa:.t at I,nee- land Park Sunday morning. On the way home, "El(.:', t,,b a:'d Bob Passmore reade a slight detour via the Bayshore Golf Club and play- ed eighteen holes kcfcte returning to Grapeview. Mr. Passmore, as ,x,-ell as being Bobs friend and neighbor, is also iris principal. All the Bob Eacretta' guests bade them fond farewell Monday. Other Grapeview, ces attending the Kiwanis Pancake Breakfast Sunday morning-wure Mr. and Ybs. Harold Retzman and Mr. ana M] s. Bill Seiners. Fo those who may have won- doted - that attra:t!x  young eon- ple, who dropped in at the recent Firemen's picnic, were Mr. and Mrs. Richard Jens,,n of Seattle. Mrs. Jensen is tle former Bonnie Dinsmore, daughi-er of Mrs. Rob- ert Ellison of Stretch Island, who was most happy to take advan- tag( of this brmf weekend at l-mine to introduce her brand new hu.band to local friends- Grangers, take rmte; The regu- lar meeting of the Fair Harbor Grange will be pnstponed uutil August 15. th 8 Railroad 426-332/ E Thursday, =t==m=====m=.===.--wmm===ml* a [ i Among Your i!!. "  SHELTON-MASON COUNTY JOURNAL, INC., Merchants | Founded 1886 by Grant C. Angle ;  Mailing Address: Box 446, Shelton 1 Published at Shelton, Mason County, Washington, tIALVOi{SEN IIOIIE FI{OT MUSIC MARKET JOURNEY ntered as Second=Class Matter at the Postoffiee, Mr. and Mrs. John Halvorsen U, BSCRIPTION RATES--S4.50 per year in Mason returned to Sheltm Monday after" Outside Mason County, $5.00 a ten-day trip to Chicago to the Member of National Editorial >ational music market at whictl Member of Washington Newspaper Pul everything connected with music was displayed in six floors of the COPY DEADLINES Palmer House. RURAL CORRESPONDENCE AND NOTICES .... DISPLAY ADVERTISING -- Tuesday noon Highlight of the trip was an SOCIETY NEWS- Tuesday noon inspection tour of the Lowrey Or'- PICTURES AND NEWS -- Tuesday 5 p.m. ban Factory in Chicago. Halvorsen WANT ADS -- Wednesday 10 a.m. is Mason County franchise holder for the Lowrey organ through his EDITOR AND PUBLISHER -- William M. Diekie Johnny's Musie Box in Shelton. PLANT SUPERINTENDENT -- Jim Shrum .................... OFFICE MANAGER -- Lodema Johnson NEWS EDITOR -- Alan Ford SOCIETY EDITOR --- Marj Waters OFFICE ASSISTANT -- M'ary Kent ADVERTISING MANAGER -- Barbara Nelson PRINTERS -- Russ Stuck, Dave Thaeher, Ass pearSOn' Charles Schwarz. F # '-- - Dr. B. B. Forman's termination of his tire here is accompanied by implications of than just the departure of a physician from our which in itself is a serious lo. Not only is Mason County losing a all-around medical practitioner who carried share of the patient-load in this but his departure will be especially d sons afflicted with allergies, for he had made a of this field and has been generally cess in bringing relief to allergy suffers In this respect Shelton and Mason been more fortunate than most Forman's knowledge of allergies has no in such larger areas as Olympia, GrayS Bremerton, to mention the closest. [ But of more serious significance than field is the fact that this eommunity cannot replaced loss of any of its medical men. The carried by Shelton's medical staff has been On a population basis each doctor in thi s approximately 2,000 potential patients. In parison, the load is 500 patients. It is lows when one doctor leaves without a ping in. There is another aspect of Dr. Forman'S has been unusually active in community his profession--in Rotary Club, Chamber Masonie Lodge and DeMolay, schools, and ed on the Shelton school board for several taken, a special interest in school Shelton high school athletic teams, fitted from his interest and energies. He f0otbaI1 game and was always ready to injured on the field of action. As football coach Bob Sund has said  "it was a great relief to know that he as help." Thus Dr. Forman's departure to joi the new medical school at the University loss more keenly felt than usual when a a community. WHAT APPROAGH TO In a little more than a. month American and Canadian governments are a new conference on lumber issues. Some fears have been expressed in ber circles that the United States serious intention to seek import By The IOth Savings made by June I0 will earn interest from June I SAVE AND SERVE YOURSELF YOUR SAVINGS at current annual rates EARN DIVIDENDS AT 4%% compounded four times annually Shelton Branoh Thurston County Federal Savinp & Loan Association Accounts Insured to $10,000.00 by the F.S.L.I.C. 9 A.M.  4 P.M. Monday thru Thursday 10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Fridays Home Office Branch Office 5th & Capitol Way 313 Railroad Ave. Olympia, Wash. Shelton, Wash DEPOSIT BOXES . Private, Confide, ntial, Economical guards tot the five days ae Elaihe Zehe and Robert Spooner who recehtly completed their Red Cross life-saving courses. The Grapewew cabin should be snug and warm this session, with the addition of new plywood in- the festivities. Saturday night brought about a family reunion for Howard ana Mortal Somers when eldest son I.aurie returned home on leave from the Coast Guaxd Academy at New London, Conn. ril;h son USED CARS 1961 MERGURY 4.Door Hardlop 29,000 miles, one - owner 1960 FORD Fairlane 500 4 dr., V-8 - auto. trans., power steering 1959 VOLKSWAGON 2 dr. deluxe 1958 HILLMAN MINX deluxe 4 dr, 1958 PLYMOUTH Suburban Wagon 6 cyl. o.d. 1957 FORD Guslom 300 4 dr. V-8 Auto. trans, new paint 1955 FORD 2-door V-8 Stickshift, Overdrive 1946 FORD ion Pick-Up 6 cyl, JIM PAULEY, INC. Dealership - 5th & Railroad Used Cars - 5th & Cots Phone 426-8231 Former Resident Describes First dian lumberwater-shipped to the If these fears prove well founded, Impressions Of The Philippines ranged by the administration with dismissed as just so much political In a recent letter Lo The Jour-Ily sees horse drawn two-wheeled The Canadian-American lumber al Everett Reichman described / carts called caleses. These appear year in Ottawa yielded no relief to the the family's trip to the Philippines ] right on some of the busiest streets and their first impressions of that[ amidst colorful sidecar bicycles lumbermen whose most valuable market : company, land the ever-present Jeepneys. It ing taken over by Canadians who Reichman was named in May is amazing what conversion the to he technical director for Philippine skills and ingenuity cially creaLed cost advantages. ADECOR. a Philippine logging and plywood manufacturing firm. His appointment was made through Simpson International. He was senior code engineer for Simpson here before going to the Philip- pines. In his letter to The Journal, Reichman said: "Our trip from the States to the Philippines exceeded our expecta- tions in every respect. We spent several days in Honolulu, Tokyo and Hong Kong. Honolulu is every- thing it is advertised to be, Tokyo was extremely interesting but is badly in need of street improve- ments and doesn't have the over- all beauty that I had expected to see. Hong Kong was terrific in sight, sound and smells. It was a wonderful experience for all of us, especially the two youngest members of the family. "WE HAVE NOW been in Ma- nila five days, but have seen rela- tively little except in the resident- ial areas of the suburbs. The city is a mixture of good and bad sit- uations. The beauty of the place is spoiled by having garbage thrown on the parking strips be- side many of the streets In some areas the scars of the war are still in evidence, especially in the old walled city section of town Practically every public place like a hotel or restaurant has an armed guard at the door and on the streets one is frequently ap- proached by Filipinos that want to sell you something. Black market American cigarettes are the mflst prevelant wares, but, watches and jewelry are not uncommon. On the interesting side, one frequent- have made in the many military vehicles that remained here after the war. The streets seem to be 'completely filled during the rush hours with Jeepneys, all guadilly painted and each carrying about 10 to 12 Filipinos. "The rainy season has started now, so the temperature is not too bad, bur, Washington has never, had a rain storm that would com- pare with the deluge that comes down here. If the rain storms last for any appreciable time, the streets in the main part of Manila are practically transformed into canals." If the results of this year's ferent, Uncle Sam must be represented gallon with a desire for real accomP' than simply an exchange of views. We hope preparations for such an taken right now in the State Department' (Seattle Times) A Subsidiary of P. N. Hirsch SU CLEA ONTi Terrific Values In All Depa Will Sell You Chewing