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00ilunte00,s O! BeJfair Celebrate 25th Wedding Anniversary Sunday Allyn Couple Complete Trip To Local Adventists Use Journal Want Ads i :alYn Frectin 1 ! AJ, Mr. and Mrs Boyd i ize honored la,, t Sunday ,:  ,?::y t an open house ] ti?' Mrs. Howard J. i ;[Lrs. Walter O Grant / i"ra0n recept'ion for J ration department. They moved to their North Shore home four years ago. Their son, Michael, is a soph- omo.'e at ]'.ort!z Mason high school. He aFrived home Sunday from California, where he was visiting relatives, to help his parents cele- brate the day. More than 100 friends and rela- California And (}kmahom On Visit Attend Meet[.g }ie married July 31 as the Port 0rch @,_ ard Metho- i,  rd lived in Brem- byth _' l-lunter was em- &. e Union Oil Corn an. g'"Y th P Y rd e Puget Sound Na- JL Where he is now ._the transpor- ]0. New i LiNE ]00qua, 9 tire I 'L':  Price you tives were present for the gath- ering. Pouring was Mrs. R. L. Boyd of Port Orchard, and Mrs. S. M. Bullock of Poulsbo attended the punch, bowl. Mrs. H. M. MaN low of Port Orchard served cake. !At the gift table was Mrs. Rus- sell Graft of Los Angeles, and Miss Cheryl Mallow tended the guest book. MEMBERS OF Belfair's Job's Daughters Bethel No. 43 are busy readying usod articles for their summer money-making project, a rummage sale to be held Thurs- day and Friday, August 8 and 9 at the PUD office in Shelton. Chairman for the project is Sen- ior Princess Cheryl Noggle, as- sisted by girls in charge of col- lection for their areas: Barbara |L"  j ean.fior d Huson CR5-2152, North Shore: !U |  Judy Turner, CR5-5973, Old Bel- fair Highway; Arlie Duvall, Allyn-  HER S Victor; Linda Butterfield, CR5- 5673, South Shore. If you have . cleaned your attic or basement re- cently, contact any of these girls for free pickup of your unneeded |]"rummage", and don't forget the i l days of the sale. ]t The Executive Board at the Bel- |l fair Community Baptist church met last night to receive the res- ignation of Rcv. Milton L. Gire .... .... CA.ERA T who has been pastor of the church here for four years. The Gires will move early this fall to Aberdeen. whr R, ev. Gire will be pastor of the First Baptist church. Rev. Mr. Gire and his family moved to Belfalr in June of 1959. after his first three years in the ministry in Herlong, Calif. Mrs. Gire is president of the Baptist Women's Convention of Washing- ton and Northern Idaho. They have three children: Emily, who will be a sophomore at Linfield College in Oregon; Jeannene, who attends North Mason high school; and David, who attends junior high at North Mason A pulpit committee was formed at last night's meeting to select a new pastor for the church. MEMBERS OF the Young Ad- ult Sunday school class at the Belfair Community Baptist church met last Sunday for an afternoon and evening at the home of their teacher, Seth Lincoln, and family on the North Shore. A potluck dinner highlighted the day's ac- tivities. Those attending included Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Nelson and family, Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Gun- selman and family, Rev. and Mrs. Milton Gire and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Cook, Mrs. Raymond Medeiros, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Rose, Mrs. Virginia Mills and son. Mrs. Donald Schaure and daugh- ter, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Shelly, and Mr. and Mrs. Dale Lincoln and family. With what may be a real sum- mar approaching, it's a nice feel- ing to know that our forests are well-protected. Wednesday, July 17 members of the Camp Spillman forest camp crew tested their skill m a joint meet with the Port Orchard crew at Camp Spillman. Four crewmen, a truck driver, and foreman composed the teams which opposed one another in a fire-trail building contest. Camp Spillman's team, formed by Joe Caskey, Mike Kisler. Gary Jen- nings, and Tom Gilje, driver Lor- en Selby, and foreman Tom Main. tied with the Port Orchard group in the contest based on speed and quality of the fire trail. Following the competition, all members of both crews participated in fight- ing a practice fire in slashed area east of Camp Spillman. Present for the day's goings-on were Don Morris, assistant }admiffkstratie director for the area; Paul Sharpe, fro'eat warden for the Belfalr area and Jim Correll, warden for the adjacent district. GUESTS ]{OM THE sunny South warmed hearts of their friends locally with recent visits. Among the travelers were Mr. and Mrs. Charles WheelQr. with Gall and Brad and Miss Mary Armstrong, who enjoyed a stay with Mr. and Mrs. John V. Ja- cobsen and family. The Wheelers are from Pleasant Hill, Calif. They spent last weekend with the Ja- cobsens touring the Olympic Pe- ninsula's Ocean strip. Mrs. John Partridge and the Partridges' youngest daughter, Fran, arrived here July 23 to spend three days with the Jack F. Harris family on the North Shore. The Partridge family lived next door to the Harrises for sev- eral years before moving to their t)resent home in Lake Oswego, Ore. While in our area, Mrs. Partridge and Fran visited friends in Brem- erton. Another Californian enjoying Summer on the Canal is MiSs Gall Jones. Gall is staying with her grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. C. .Jack Jones. on the North Shore,: Although we may not be able to boast of California-type weather. Gall has found plenty of oppor- tunity of swimming, boating, and waterskiing with her many friends here. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Stees ar- rived here last weekend with their trailer for a short stay. The Stee- sea, who make bheir home in Pas- co. plan to leave their trailer here in anticipation of a longer stay later this month. Pfc. Bart Lyman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wayman R. Lyman of Bre- merton and the North Shore, will retm'n to Washington, D.C. to- morrow after a two week leave. He spent a week in Long Beach with his sister, Mrs. Everett Aus- tin, and Mr. Austin before com- ing here. Mrs. Austin is the for- mar Sharon Lyman). Pfc. Lyman is stationed at the Waiter T. Reed Hospital, where he works in neuro psychiatrics. Mr. and Mrs. Lyman plan a trip to Long Beach Aug. 10 to visit the Austins. [[Kamilche Couple Returns From Trip To Ca![!ornia, vNevada, Ore[on motor trip thl'ough parts of Ore- gon, California and Nevada last week. They travelled over 2,000 miles. They visited Death Valley, Yosemite Park and the beautiful redwoods in northern California. Mrs. Mark Craddick left Sea- Tic Sunday for Anchorage, Alas- ka, and then will travel to Plat- inum, Alaska. where she will visit her husband. Mr. and Mrs. Duane Schilling of The Dallas, Ore.. are visiting at the Martin Otto home. Rev. and Mrs. Richard Caddey of Malone called at the Angus Elli- son home Sunday. They are mov- ing from South Bend to the new pastorage in Malone this week. Ed and Grace Petty spent Sun- day in Seattle with "Mrs. Petty s sister Mrs. Mac Julian. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Simmons spent the weekend camping at [0000ItIOLESALE PLUS 10 / | While present stock lasts Elk Horn camp on the Dosewallips river. Others in the camping group .  brand new 1963 Models iielO1yth;iaC1r(nthSiaySarmk y t lI%dels available  Easy Terms :Y, JT..apbRDAN family of 1;' "--, ___ O',Y snP ' L t: rE d pSUtaYomdeine[ ! SHOE00 /-ii llli'['[ o, p. N. re,sob, Co. CHRISTENSEN'S For Shoes, Bremerton SHOE SALE | ,"ies, Glamour Debs Skooters & Shindigs i ;:=7j(o700 .=on;sh;;,:;; Matins, N " " i r,is, Naturalizer, " Naturalizer, Funsters  .. COUntrv Dre . tangemi tmects "J0, )owntowner reg. values to $14.95 $990 Values to $14.95 90 No Refund or Exchange - All Sales Final port last Sunday to visit his par- ents. Mr. and Mrs. Wesley White- ner. He plans to take his test for license this week. Mr. and Mrs. Bantey McMahon of Seattle called at the Gene Tay- lor home last Saturday. Manfred Johnson left his home here the early part of June for Finland to visit his motlier and family in his homeland. He ex- pects to rcturu in September. Kamilehe folk attending the Pi- oneer Picnic in Shelton last Sun- day were Mr. and Mrs. Gene Tay, lor and Mr. and Mrs. Orville Tay- lor. Mrs. Annie Whitener returned Sunday evening from a few weeks visit with the David Rankin fam- ily in Trinidad, Calf. MRS. IRENE'VHITE of Mad- ford, Ore., x isited,, her sisters :Mrs. Lorene Whitener and Mrs. Chris- tine Ellison last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Waldrip and Mr. and Mrs. Gene Taylor were Thursday visitors at the Vic Butts home on Oyster Bay. Don't forget the Grange picnic unaay, Aug. 4 at Maple Park on Lake Isabella. The Win. Hall fam'ily recently mane a_.very enjoyable trip the nrs oz the month when thcy mo- tored to North Dakota and re- t:fetl through Canada. They vis- zz: ne Peace International Gar- den in North Dakota and Manito- ba, travelled through Glacier Na- tional Park and stayed overnight in Banff National Park This was a first, trip into Canada which may enjoyed so much they plan to return in the future Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Blackwelder celebrated their 33rd wedding an- niversary recently. They made the trip around the Loop and to Vic- toria, B.C. A guest for the past week at the John Jolliff home was Mrs. Ann Carr, fOrmer Kamilche resi- dent now living at' Ephrata. They also enjoyed a trip to the ocean beach. Mrs. GOrdon Pearson and son Dennis visited at the Herb Nelson home last Thursday. __Mr. nd Mrs. Harry Simmons VL rues(lay at Pacific Beach tne !lome oat rna of Mrs. A. P. Bisell. Y Mrs. Nellie Hanson of Olympia accompanied the Hart Ss,ns:.to Mount Rainier. Y -._v. H. M[eFIE and child- ,'enn ,,- .aysfaW:s p are spending a few home ne Cecil Blackwclder Dr." and Mrs. E. C. Ruge of Ar- cadia Point Were Saturday evenin ;:ner guests at the Hez:b Nelson g bleY.gaUn ng PY(tPle attending the Bi- are'fe.ne an rL Flagter this week ..... u usan and Beckie azgo, the tour Ellison sisters Mar- Ynsl?a)lvn Arlene and Darlene, '" Ellison, B. J. Whitener, Juanita Ellion, and F,'edme P'a.- cis, _The Iamilehe Communit, church otl,,-,- -. :) - -  umner honoring persons having birthdays in June and JUlYat was held last ridav eve- pia.ning Priest Point Park in ()lyre- THE %V?IMEN,S missionary gToup of the local (:hutch met art the home of Mrs. Fred ,Pacts ill Lacey Tuesday of this week. Another new home is being con- structed in I(amilche at the inter- section of the I(amilehe Point road andi_mt],, , .the highway where Mrs. Helen on-%l#": a two bedrm which is to be com- pleted before the , begins, new school term More than 3.000 Seventh-Day Adventist laymen from 371 chur- By Judy Von O,tcn ALLYN Mr. a ni Mrs. Elmer Beeson of Couldel, Creek have spent several weeks visiting rela- tives from Oklahoma to Californ- ia. Their first stop was to visit Elmer's mother, Sahra Beeson of McCloud, Okla.. and other friends and relatives around this area. They then traveled on to Fresno. Calif., to visit son. David Bceson and his tinnily. After seeing Da- vid they went to Tulare, Calif., to visit daughter. Barbara and her family. Their final stop was Cresent City, Calif.. to visit with daughter, Virginia and her fam- iiy. Their daughter Shirley and husband Bob and three children of Grapeview drove to Cresent City .to meet the folks and drive them back. Sharon Valley, daugh- ter of Virginia came back to AI- lyn with her grandparents to visit for a couple of weeks. Mrs. Virginia Greenfield of St. Paul. Minn.. is now visiting her daughter and family, Judy and Jim Von Oaten, Karen and Shirt. This is the first time she has seen granddaughter Shirt. She is plan- ning to stay about a month. MrS. Sally Leimback of She}* ton and Mrs. Margie Beeson spent last Thursday in Tacoma. Mrs. Lillian Speece of Tacoma is spending the weekend with the Steve Boyees. MR. AND MRS. EARL Terrell drove to Ellensburg, Yakima and the new dam at Vantage Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Clements of Allyn celebrated their 46th Anni- versary with dinner and the eve- ning out. They were married July 23, 1917. Mr. Earl Wolfe of Lakewood Manor has been recouperating at his Issaquah home from surgery. Mr. and Mrs. Clay Jones. Mr. and Mrs. Bob McKay of South Shore, and Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Robinson enjoyed a delicious cook out at the home of the Carl Iz- errs. After a most enjoyable din- ner they played bridge. Mrs. Grace Paulson of Portland and Miss Barbara McConnell of Tacoma were dinner guests of the Steve Boyce's Saturday. Grace is Helen Boyce's sister and Barbara is her niece. Mr. and Mrs. Jewel Von Oen, Mrs. Virginia Greenfield, Mr. and Mrs. Ca:l Hirsch were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Wang of Brem- crton at the Elks club Saturday night. Mr. nd Mrs. Carl Izett and Mr. and :Mrs. Clay Jones took a couple of days last week to drive around the peninsula. A most beautiful and enjoyable ride. A small black with white mark- ings fox terrier dog has been lost since last Monday. She is short baired and has a white tip on her tail and answers to the name of "Tippy". If anyone has seen her they are requested to call CR ;2309. Family is very upset over the loss. MR, AND MRS. EARL Terrell and Mr. and Mrs. Steve Boyee spent last Wednesday in Seattle to celebrate Lois' birthday by go- ing to see einerama "How the West Was Won". After the movie they went to dinner. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey WoKe of Lakewood Manor have spent the last several days fishing at Sno- qualmie. Mrs. Helen Hemphill and five children, Jackie, Vickie. Richard, Janet and Bobby of Seattle are spending several days visiting with Helen's aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Steve Boyce of Allyn. Mrs. Earline Sargent and fam- ily have been spending a few day. a, th. \\;Volta s cabin at Lake- wood Manor. Mr. and Mrs. Sam CIements spent last Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. Otto Reiscr at their home near Fox Island boating, fishing and picnicking. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Wynn celebrated their anniversary Fri- day night with friends from Ta- coma with dinner and the evening out. Mr. and :Mrs. Bill Wang, Kay Norrington and daughter, Tracy and Don Baker spent Sunday with the Von Ostens. Local Marine Reservist nt Summer T rai.ing The Pacific Northwest's only Marine Reserve Helicopter Squad- ron will begin its summer training August 3 at the Yakima Firing Range, flying support missions for Yakima's Marine Reserve Howit- zer Battery. Reserve Pvt. Nell C. Bell. Shel- ton, a member of Marine Medium Helicopter Squadron 770, will leave Sand Point Naval Air Station. Se- attle. Saturday morning to begin air-ground maneuvers. chos in the Pacific Northwe.ut at- tended the Laymen's Congress held at ,Gladstone Park, Portland, Ore. July 24-27 according to Eldon Ba- kcr pastor of the She]ton Adven- tist church. The purpose of the congress ras to train laymen in methods of lay evangelism and Christian welfare and uplift activ- ities. "Laymen on the March For Christ" was the theme of the congress. Official delegates to the con- gress were chosen by Adventist churches in Oregon, Washington, Idaho. Montana British Columbia, Alberta and Alaska. Mr: and Mrs. Charles Churchill 1220 W. 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