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15 1963 SHELTON--MASON COUNTY JOURNAL---Published in "Christmastown, U.8.A.", Shelton, Washington PAGE 3 NTS S ON LINE any community, Cooke's Feed 1st stt has for lines with its de- Week of Alber's pro- previous]:., held the lines, owner FEinted out. AT IN HAWAII OWner of Elaine's Sixth and Laurel the 32nd art- convention ol tics in Hon- bring back new fashion ews for the hen- County patrons. re-open for business SETS RENT s the Fun and t of Television close by :RADIO IO 426-6602 QUEEN AT SEAFAIR Korea. Studen| From UW Here For Summer Continued from page 1) queens at Pier 91. this time to greet American ships, including submarines and an aircraft car- rier. the U.S.S. Bennington. "It was just huge. I don't think I've ever seen anything so big!" were Marilyn's impressions of the 15- deck carrier. MARILYN "WAS fortunate to be one of the three girls selected to visit the Admirm s quarters aboard the Bennington. After having lunch with the officers of the 13th Naval District. they visited the Veteran's Hospital. That evening they viewed the Aqua Follies. Saturday they were introduced at a show given on deck aboard the Bennington and televised. Ernest Borgnine of "McKale's Navy", An- nette Funicello and other stars were present. That afternoon they watched the Queen's Race at Longacres and then enjoyed a dinner at the race track. Participation in the beauti- ful torch light parade was their main activity that evening. After attending the hydroplane races Sunday mming, they visit- ed the home of their head chaper- one. Mrs. Kathryn Imus. That af- ternoon's storm excited the girls from Alaska as thunder and light- ning are rare in that state. THE GRAND FINALE at Sew- ard Park. a ceremony relating the legend of Seafair, brought the week's festivities to an end. After attending a farewell party and watching a fireworks display the queens left Seattle for their re- spective homes. "It was a wonderful experience. I wish I could do it all over again," concluded Marilyn. Hi Neighbors Here's a Little MINDER! We have a NEW PHONE NUMBER 426-3344 % . HAN YOUNG KIM, a student from Seoul, Korea, is living with various families in Shelton this summer. by Molly Murdy I HE WORKED FOR TWO DAYS As a result of the Methodist on the green chain at Simpson Church's School of Missions pro- before being u'ansfered to anoth- gram, Has Young Kim. a student cr department. "Although wor{ on from Korea, is spending the sum- the green chain is exhausting and mer in Shelton. Last spring the exciting," commented Kiln "'l chqrch made a study of the Asian never really felt tired because the countries under the direction of people were so friendly and inter- Hal McClary and decided it would esting to talk to." He especially be beneficial to have students from enjoyed speaking to those who the countries they had studied live had been m Korea and were anx- with different families in the com-. ious to know if the country had mmAty for the summer, i (:hanged, In May lcClary visited Seattle'.." [ Kim was born in a small town Wesley House, of which Han i 100 miles south of Seoul. Korea.. Young Kim is a member, met the tie atl;ei,ded the University of Se- Korean student and invited him oul a set, eel of about 5.000 stu- dents, ap.d majored in languages to come to Shelton and get ac- P, nd literature. In 1960 he received quainted with the families in tllis a scholarship and fulfilled his area. dream of coming to the United For a time it seemed as if Kin]. States to study. He says that as he is called, would not come many Korean children yearn to bere after all. The possibility of a come to the U.S. to acquire more strike at Simpson. where he was tueation. to be elnployed, almost prevented Having attended graduate school him from coming at all. but with at the University of Washington the mill problem settled. Kim at- for the past three years, he hopes rived July 21. to obtain his Master's degree m sociology next summer. In regard to the University, Kim exclaim- ed. "I didn't realize how much keavier the work would be hce. Lake Nahwatzel Undaunted By Thunderstorms By Joann Tupper LAKE NAHWATZEL ---- The thunder, lightening and rain that we had over the weekend, didn't stop the fishermen, water skiiers or bathers from coming out to the Lake. The longest length fish caught this weekend were 12 inch- es. which a lot of fishermen were able to hook. Mr, and Mrs. Cilfford Ford mo- tored to Lake Isabella last Sun- day and enjoyed a "family picnic" with Mrs. Mac Hansen. Matlock. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Borst, ann Mrs. Borst's father, all of Island Lake, Miss Susan Lamb. Shelton. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Yost. Shelton, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Ford, Joe Pc. re,sen, Lost Lake Mrs. Dale Tay- lor of Olympia. M'rs. Taylor had spent the weekend with the Fords. Visiting Mr .and Mrs. Lee Daw- son last Friday was their son, Ralph Pigg of Seattle. Mr. and Mrs. Amel Tveit mo- tored to Hillsboro Ore. and spent the night at the home of Mr, and :Mrs. Clive Pembroke. LAST SUNDAY MR. and Mrs, John Patten had a birthday dinner for Mrs. Patten's father, Roe Franklin. Those enjoying the din- ner were Mrs. Roe Franklin, Mr. and Mrs. Francis rright, Shelton and Ray Anderson of Matlock. Spending" a few days at the ocean near Moclips were Mrs. F. E. Hewson and daughter Mrs. Phil Parker and her son. Hap, and Mrs. Harold Clift of Matloek. ,Last Saturday, Mrs. Hewson picked up her grandchildren Hap and Liz Parker at Olympia and motored to Hood River where they ,;pent the night with the Dar- rell Nichols family. Sunday they all attended a "Nichols" family reunion at Brooks Memorial Park. Returning Sunday evening Mrs. Hewson brought her two grand- c.hildren Richard and Kennetll l{ewson of Granger who will spend a week with their grand- parents here on the Lake. Alan Tupper, son of Mr. ann Mrs. AI Tupper was a weeks guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Palmer of Seattle, He en- Joyed attending the Gold Cup trial aces during the week. and on Sun- (lay enjoyed the "Big" race on Lake Washington with the Pahn- ers. and Mr. and Mrs. Art Palm- er of Matloek. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Reeve and children. Rodney, Randy, and Pau- la enjoyed swimming and just zunning last Sunday at Grayland. Drop-in guests at the home ot Mrs. Fred Phillips last week were L4:r. and Mrs. Bert Bell of Shcl- IOll. Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Lemieux of Seattle soent Sunday afternoon with Mrs thillips. Returning witll 17.99 Use ting ties! cs and ues! SPECIAL VALU E ! Women's Blouses, .. Sizes 38 to 44.,. 1.99 Great news for the woman who wears larger size blouses. Spic-and-span white cotton, button front over. blouse, perkily lace edged. To wear tucked in if you wish. SPORTSWEAR GALORE SKIRTS Tllere are so many assignmen'ts their parents were Edith and John one scarcely has time to breathe!" who have been visiting her for a However Kim is doing well and few weeks. plans to return to Korea to teach MR. AND MRS. :aleolm Dick sociology, and daughter, Betsy, Aberdeen. KIM SAYS HE sometimes miss- who have a snmmer home here cs the fot)d and tile snow of his on the Lake, drove to Prince Ru- l pert in British Colulnbia. took the lative land. He explained that Alaska Ferry across, spending i while there is now much western three day's on the ship, landed at  food in Korea. there is still quite Skagway, enjoyed taking tom's ,,. ' if a difference and he misses his around the area saw tbe "Days el favorite Korean dishes. He thinks 98 Gold Rush show" put on by the the climate here is comfortable, Eagles, They ejoyed fishing and _ ' 1 but he would prefer to have more eeing the beautiful scenery. snow. Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Reinke  ,, In Kim's part of Korea there is and son. of Minneapolis, Mint]. little lamber industry with the visited Mrs. Reinke's brother-in- ,, main industry being farming, law. Robert Johnson and family {i , More than 70 percent of South last Wednesday. He hadn't seen Korea is agricultural and fishing them in 22 years. also flourishes. t!:t , ': , Kim at,tended a boys'  school in Korea, as is the custom : ' .' 7 there. "There are very few co- educational high schools which .... :  leaves the boys practically no op- portunity to become acquainted ""' with the girls," chuckled Kim. [i very restricted and are Girls are seldom allowed the freedom com- ] \\;ii}, r, mn to American girls. How do the people in Korea PETITE'. ,, JUNIOR DRESSES spend their leisure hours ? Kim feels that hil:ing and swimming Young in heart dresses now .l-e two very well-liked activities. in petite and junior sizes. I[e added that only the very Transitional fabrics, colors and year 'round smartness. 5.99--6.99--8.99 wealthy are able to have boats and water skis. Television is be- ginning to occupy more of the people's time, as the number of T.V. stations is rapidly rising. "When I left Korea T.V. was just getting started " recalls Kim. THE ORIGINAL PLAN was to have several Students live in Shel- ton for tile summer, but only one available job was to be found. Kim says he feels very fortunate to have been the one chosen. "Withoul this wonderful oppor- tunity, I'd probably have spent the summer cooped up in a stuffy room in Seattle.', he says, He has enjoyed water skiing for the first time and visiting Hurricane Ridge. He stayed With the Ben Briggs $188 - $299 - $399 family first and is now living at the Marden Stroud home. He is al- STRETGH GAPRIS so scheduled to stay with the Dean @ ' ' Pahner. Graham WeLkins and Hal :hcClary families. Kim asked me HANDBAGS... Stimulating accents for fall fashions. Soft, supple plastic inyl handbags with the look of leather. On every Iashionable arm from campus queen to executive Girl Friday. 1.88- 2.88 2,99 - 4.99 $599 GAPRIS $299 BLOUSES $199 to $299 SHORTS $1 39 to $299 SHORT SETS $288 to $499 Lo express his thanks to the fami- lies in tile COnlmuni[.y for inviting him and nlakiug him feel so wcl- COllie. IN POLICE COURT Four n%eI1 \\;VOFo each senLelteefl to three days in Jail on charges el I)eing dru;k When /hey appeared in Shelt(r Police Court before l:otla H:flbcrl Monday night. They wire Russc!l I{odgers, Joe Guru(I- land, George Nelson and Doyle Scott: otl'crs on the police co[u't ocket included Harry Fletcher, drunk in public. $10 "forfeit: Ted Pulsifer. no valid operators license $29 forfeit: Frank L. Morton druuk in public. $10 forfeit. :1 NTO1 IH EVERGREEN SQUARE 328 Corot Dayton Woman Has Visit From Her [ Grandson On Leave From Army by Mabel Kidd DAYTON---Mrs, Fred Phillips enjoyed a visit Tuesday from her grandson Fred Phillips 3rd who Is on leave from his army medical corps post at Valley Forge General Hospital at Phoenixville_ Pa. Drop m guests during tile day were Mr. and Mrs. Amcl Tveit of Lal:e Nah- wa tzel Arriving Friday to spend the weekend with cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Combs were Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Grigg of Sentinel Okla. They had not seen each other for 27 years. Mr. and Mrs. Grigg also visited with the Seab Combs fam- ily. Friday, the Cliff Combs home was the scene of a birthday party honoring Miss Nancy Nea] a Cal- ifornia visitor, on her seventeentll birthday. Guests enjoying the fes- tivities and refreshments of home- made ice cream and cake were. Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Grigg, Sharon, Debra and Drama Renfro. Debbie and Billy Gihnour. Glen Lambert, and Mrs. Clyde Michler. Michael Baze left Sunday to spend a week in Quilieene witi his grandparents. Mr. and Mrs, Warren Bancroft. THE J. C. TIBBITS family of Chehalis is spending their vaca- tion time with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dell Adams. Wednesday evening of last weeR. ]h'. and Mrs. Cliff Rur]pff and sons were potluck dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. James Hickson. The men worked on the new addition to a barn the Hicksons are building. The Don Cresses fanqily of Shelton dropped in just in time to join the gronp for dessert. Doris and Jo Hickson returned home with the Rump:i family and spent the night. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Leman and Steve visited her parents Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Evers Sunday after- noon in their new home in Satsop. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Schur and children of Seattle brought Geral- dine home an spent the weekend with the Delmar Schurs. Mrs. John Anderson and chil- dren accompanied by Mrs. Alvia Chapman and Brian had fun camp- ing out on the beach at the ocean last Thursday night. Mr. and Mrs Darl Goldy were Friday evening drop in callers at lhe James Hickson home. This week Ray McCallum. Eliz- abeth Jo and Sheila Hickson are SHERIFF'S OFFICE ARRESTS Two persons were booked at Ma- son County Jail tile past week, both on traffic charges. Edwin Holzer, Seattle. was charged with negligent driving and Clifford Armstron K, Shelton. with driving while intoxicated. attending Black Lake Bible Camp. Mr. and Mrs, Richard Roberts were Sunday overnight guests m his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Pete houseguest this week her nephew. Roberts. Henry Allen of Grayla.nd. Thursday, tile James Hickson Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Evers and faimly had picnic dinner with the children visited Saturday in Satsop Cliff Rumpff family at Panharndle with lais parents. Mr. and Mrs. Lake. 3o and Sheila Hickson stay- E, S. Evers. ed overnight. MR. AND MRS. PETE Bloom- MRS. TOMMY JONES and son, field and children. Mrs. Les Bish- Johnny Renfro, arrived Sunday op and Mr. and Mrs. Claude Me- from Gardena. Calif. to stay Irvin camped out at Sekiu Thurs- day through Sunday. They brought back seventeen nice salmon for their efforts. Sharon Moffatt of Shelton stay- ed Sunday and overnight with Dor- is Hickson. Mrs. Les Bishop of Kamilehe. md Mrs. Pete Bloomfield. Dar- lene, Peggy, Susan and Stephame called on Mrs. Floyd Watters Wednesday. The Don Cress family of Shei- ton had potluck dinner Sunday with the James Hicksons and Don helped on the barn. Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Retake and son of Minneapolis, Minn. visited awhile with Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Combs. Mr, and Mrs. Lester Adams and family of Tacoma were Sunday visitors in the Dell Adams home, Mr. and Mrs. George Purves ana girls were weekend guests in the home of her mother, Mrs. Gertrude Scott. Monday evening, Mr. andS. James Hickson and girls dined in the home of Mr. and Mrs, Villiam Rietdorf. :Mr. and Mrs. Harry Calkins ot Shelton were Wednesday callers in the home of lrs. Gertrdue Scott. Mr. and Mrs. Hans Lurid and Wednesday with Bob Johnsm and family are enjoying having as Mr. and Mrs. George Johnson. I AHHOUHCEHEHT Dr. H. M. Tokes is pleased to announce that Dr. J. D. Peterson will be associated with his office at 417 Railroad Avenue. Dr. Peterson will specialize in contact lenses. His practice and laboratory will be dedicated to the making and fitting of contact lenses. Phone 426-3181 . I I I I' makes better ice cream . 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