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PAGE 12 SIIELTON.--MAg0N COUNTY JOURNAL-- Published in (Chrislmastown, U.KA.", Shelton, Washington ...... i r .... Try AJournalWantAd See Our New OK LiLlE A quality tire at a price you can afford. RAU$HER'S Union Families Entertaining Visitors, Taking Vacation Trips By Ginny Johnson UNION At Aide[brook there has been a new addition to the of- flee staff. Miss Alice Beyer of Shetton has recently become em- ployed as an evening secretary. Mrs. Bill Timm and family have returned home from Snohomish where they were visiting .her par- ents, The Episcopal Church services this summer at St. Andrcws House are front 9 - 10 a.nl. MERRIT Stark arrived home from the hospital where he has been confined for the past three weeks. He will eonvelesce at hi home in Union. Sixteen-year-old Bill Coer of Seattle was a house guest of the Waldo Chases for a few (lays. YVhile he was there he borrowed the Chases Kayak and went for a Kayak trip down the canal. He Once Again You'll Find DARIGOLD and SHELTON MAID PAGKAGED IGE GREAM IN ALL YOUR FAVORITE FLAVORS Now available for your convenience in self-service refrigerator at left with little food and no tent. Fritz Dalby who paints marine On(, day because of strong winds scenes oils and water colors is and torrential rain he was forced to displaying his work at the first go ashore. After getting to dry Federal Art Galery in Eeverett. land he ingeniously turned over his Dalby is a member of the Ednmnd Kayak and stayed under it to keep Art Galery. He has recently exhi- dry. After thin tireing experience bited his work at Edmonds. Ever- he ceturned home safely m the ctt and other places in the Seattle relief of everyone, area, Mr and Mrs. Hank Bacon of (IERTRU1)E and Hal Williams Seattle and their family and friend have taken a trip to Canada where have arrived Snnday on 1heir boat they plan to have a rest-filled the "4 B's" and will stay all of vacation. August, Every summer for the last Interesting visitors at Union lhree or four years the Bacons Prof, and Mrs. Gabril Draehman have brought their boat to Alder- scholars and Educators. originally 1,rooks I)ock and have become good from the University of London friends of many people on the England. and of late of the Univer- Canal. Before the Bacon family sity of Chicago, where he is a gra- moved Lo Seattle they lived in duate student in preparation for Shelton. his Doctorats in languages, are at MR. AND MILS'. Jesse Epstein Union and located at Sportsmans entertained with a Salmon bake Haven for the nexl few weeks in Sundny. Mrg, Niel Anderson wore order to be close to the Skokomish an autengic Skokomish Indian cos- Reservation. Dr. Drachman is on tume for the affair, an asmgnment of six weeks, and Mrs. Jean Moore her son Mike. while here. will be studying the and .lohn Flecker are going to hinguage of the tribe in order to Camhle Rivet' Lodge at Camble make translations from the old F{iver on Vancouveh Island. There tribal tongue, into English. The they plan to stay there for a few University assignment may extend days and fish for "Coke" Salmon. into a three-year period, and in- Let's hope the weather s nice for clud Coastal tribes, and also them! [hose of Eastern Washington, Mon- The Otto \\;ojohns have been tana ere. Mrs. Draehman. a native gone two weeks in California and of Greece, is also a linguist, and $Iexico. They have sent cards to will be studying the Skokomish local friends. In her absence from people, and their ancient culture. the Post Office Marian Richard- As the Draehmans have onebieyele Lake Nahwatzel Families Entertain a dinner at their hme' last Satur" isitrs Take Vacation Trips day. i Lloyd and Elaine' Cook will be! leaving for Europe about Aug. 14. ! They plan to make the trip over By ,Ioann TUl)l)er and return via plane. Included in, LAKE NAHWATZEL - With their itinerary are London Pa.ris fishing still good at Lake Nahwat- and Rome and side trips about zel and people catchina- their lim- its, Robert Jackson, Aberdeen last the country side stopping off at interesting places. As both are former faculty members of Wayne State University at Detroit where he was also vice President. they will make a tour Universities along the way studying and also writing on them while aboard. They plan to return some time in November. son has been her' replacement, to share in traveling about the HcCONKEY'S DRUG CEHTER Bill Tinmr and family left for a Canal some of their side trips may camping and fishing trip at Lower necessitate use of boats to and Lena where they will spend a night from the reservation, lgolks---keep mateheg Evergreen Square Irom children! Second Story Office and will also spend a night at the Dr. and Mrs. L. A. Cook enter- , !_rpper Lake.__ _ rained Prof. and Mrs..Draehman SAVE SAVE BE TIME MONE ACCURATE SEA RRST Checking Account can save you ... and money :Pay your bills by check. You proecL your cash by keeping it in he bank, and your cancelled checks give you an accurate, complete record of your expenditures - a special convenience at income tax time! THERE'RE TWO TYPES OF SEAFIRST CHECKING ACCOUNTS R E G U LAR: For those who write checks frequently. Service charge are based on the bank balance in relation to the number of checks written. Charges can be ,eliminated entirely-or kept to a minimum-by the amount carried in the account ECONOMY: Especially designed for those who usually write only a few checks each month oi for those who want the added convenience of a second account. No minimum balance is required. The only charge is 10 per check. Either Regular or Economy, a Seafirst checking account is a good buy. Your SeafirsL Banker will be glad to give you more information and help yell open your.account. a lot of time.., energy You m a/ways welcome at... A Smokey Says.. away SEATTLE-FIRST SEI NATIONAL BANK MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATIOH : -$HELTON BRANCH-LAWRENCE A. CARLSON, MGR,-Sth and Franklin-Phone HArrison 6,829 "Wednesday caught a nice 16 inch trout. Visiting the Tuppers last Thurs- day were Mrs. R P. Reck of Shel- ton and Mrs. Mae Allen of Milton. former owners of the Resort. They also visited at the home of Mr. aud Mrs Hector Barbour. Mrs, Clifford Reeve and child- ten. Randy, Rodney and Paula ac- companied Mrs. Reeve's sistm Mrs. Edward Claney and children. Seen and Kai of Olympia to the borne of Mr. and Mrs. Ted Heilala or Astoria, Ore. for a few days last week., Over the weekend the Reeve family enjoyed can/ping out at Sunrise, near Mt. Rainier. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Hale of Hood- sport were "Wednesday afternoon callers at the home of Mr. and Mrs. James Bleeker. Also visiting the Bleekers was Owen Simpson of Shelto'n. THURSDAY afternoon Mrs. Laura Van Epps, Shelton, and Mrs. Herb Pete, Hoodsport, visit- ed the Bleekers. .. Dayton Families Have Visitors From California n-DdAtYT? y F?bi, naltna(12: tJthi n A o home on Highland Road which they have purchased from Mr. and Mrs. John Dining. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Gilmour and son, Billy and his friend, Glen Lambert and Nancy Neal all of Oxnard, Calif. arrived Saturday to join little Debbie Gflmour in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Seab Combs for a visit. Arriving Thursday from Calgary, Alberta, Canada were Mr. Cliff Armitage and son, Eric who spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Lemke. Monday throngh Wednesday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Combs ve;e Mrs. "Walter Bozarth and children of College Place. The Cliff Combs family were really busy entertaining guests last week as Mr. and Mrs. Hadley Looney and Janice, of Oxnard and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Mires and Doug of I Rio, Calif. arrived Friday for the weekend. Then Monday of this week Sharon, Deb- bie and Donna Rmffro came from Garden& Calif, for a two week s;tay. . ONE HUNI)RI,D and ninety two Mason County 4-H members camped at Panhandle Lake last week. Dayton members enjoying the weelc there were. Doris Hick- son. Bill Roberts, Dennis Combs, Jack and Mike Rumpff, Mike An- derson. Dom!y Kenny and Melvin Evans. Bobby Tibbits, Bonny Rick- ards, Jos Chuck. Barbara and Bev- erly Brown, Sharon and ,Carol Evers and Patsy Miltenberger of ghelton Valley. The sahnon baRe Friday was attended bY what is believed to be the largest crowd (:vet', Mrs. Gerald Needham was hap- pily surprised on her birthday Fri- day to receive sells from her daug- hters. Mrs. Leah Allen of Pelican. Alaska and Bernice Bunko of Las Vegas. Key. Weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Stoner were her brother and sister-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Earl King and sister, Mary Davis, who is visiting with the Kings. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Lemke were Mr. and Mrs. Burbette Loitz and Sharylin of Ketehikan. Jamie Hiekson is spending this week at the Blaek Cake Bible Camp with the group from the Baptist Church. Mr. and Mrs, "Warren Williams and girls joined the Gary Cole family of Chebalis on Sunday for a trip to Mt. Rainier. Andrea Brown of Shelton accompanied the Williams. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Edward and Mauriee Pearson of Seattle were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Scab Combs. Saturday drop-in guests in the James Hickson home were Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Everest and Bobby of Shelton MRS. ALVIA Chapman and chil- dren called on Mr. and Mrs. Wes Sloan of Shelton on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Allan Ford attended the Seattle dog show last week and v, howed Charlie and Jennie, Aust- ralian Terriers, taldng first place in their classes. Sunday evening callers in the home of Mr. and Mrs. James Hick- son were Mr. and Mrs, Bill Riet- dorf and Sandi. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Wolden and children of Seattle called on her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A, E. Lemke on Monday, Mr, and Mrs. Doyle Howard and children spent the weekend in Is- saquah with his mother. Mrs. Thel- ma Howard. Mardella. Leslie and Mike Nich- ols are back from spending two weeks at Lake Boron Summer Camp. Rocky Howard is spending this week at the Black Lake Bible Camp. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Aldrich dined Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Nelson of Eagle Creek. Mrs. Merlin Rickards and child- ren returned Tuesday from a six week vacation trip visiting rela- tives in the east. Mr. and Mrs. Pete Bloomfield enjoyed the salmon barbeque at Lurene, Marlene. Rusty and Tammy Hulbert spent the week- end with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Hulbert. Mr .snd Mrs. Nldon Todd and Eldon Jr, and Bill Strope were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Todd. Dinner guests last Saturday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Hector Barbour were Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Gardener of Shelton. Drop-in guests at the Barbours last Saturday were Mr. and Mrs. Bill "Nrig'ht mtd Mrs. Don Vghn and Jim Boyd, all of Brady. E. J. Schaler of Fort Lewis vi- sited J. L. Bryan. resident a the Resort. for a few days. and girls on a last Wednesday. returned to after spending Tuppers. Last Saturday Mrs. Dick dance at by the Nimrod I)ancc el the puhlie rcsponee' fying and the dance profit for the CluD, A week ago Tuesday, Mrs. Fred Phillips returned from visiting in gremerton witt] her son. Fred. Jr. She also spent several days in eattle visiting friends and rela- '_ives. On har return she was a- eompanied by lhe L. H Lemierix amily, whose daugbter Edith and on Jotm remained to spend a few weeks with her. Friday evening dinner guests at he home of Mr, and Mrs. Ralph pringer were Mr. and Mrs. Fred Springer of Brinnon. They return- d Jndy and Janice who had been spending a few days with their grandparents. Later that evening Mr, and Mrs. Ronald Thomas of Shelton visited the Springers. MR. AND MRS. Amel TveiL motored to Mayfield to visit friends. The Tveits were former residents there. Spending a few days at the home of Mr and Mrs. Clifford Ford were Mr. and Mrs. Dick Booth and son. Kirk and Mrs. Den- nis Reed all of Seattle. Monday, Steve Crape and Tobie JUST O'Brien, Seattle visited with the Fords. Mrs. Myrtle Cameron of Shei- ton accompanied Mrs. F. E. Hew- son to Olympia to do some shop- ping, later that afternoon they visited at the new hmne of the Phil Parker family in Olympia. Last Wednesday Mrs. Frank Cooner spent the day at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Hunter at Camp" Grisdale. Sunday visitors at the Cooer home were Dr. and Mrs. Graham Watkins and children of Shelton. Light Mrs. Lawrence Hansen and her mother, Mrs. Edith Profit[ attend- Magna ed the Salmon Barbecue at Pan- mower handle Lake last Friday. Ouietest Friday visitors at the Hansen -Oversize r home were Mr. and Mrs. Herb noise. Breymeyer, Jr. and family of Mat- leek. Safest o SPENDING A WEEK AT the Exceeds A Resort are Mr. and Mrs. James Duree and boys, Pat and Mike of l-lllleS Raymond. Duree in an attorney in Super-poW Raymond and Aberdeen. Also va- smootter cationing at the Lake are Mr. and Easiest Mrs. Robert Ord and children, Wi- Vacuum s ndy, John and Debbie of Olympia and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Alkire and clippings__il children Lucille and Lorie, of Lyn- ,,,.irh ."lw.. nwood. Last Tuesday, Mr. and Mrs. AI LAWN-BOY is Tupper and Mrs. Tupper's brother mower on and family, Mr. and Mrs. Will De- Priced vis and girls, Linda and Peggy of [ Dallas, Texas, motored to Eldon to visit John Tupper who is station- ed there with the State Forestery Service. Mrs. A1 Tupper and son, Alan and granddaughter, Susan, accom- On ranted Mr. and Mrs. W'ill Davis Don'tpLANJUSt BUY Ins i T Read how your SAFECO insurance can help you own the finest Planned protection at the lowest Your Sa[eco-Lifeco.General Agent i salesman, lie's an independen whose continued success depends tinued faith. 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