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August 15, 1963

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15, 1963 SHELTON--MASON COUNTY JOUP:NAL-- Published in "CTirLfnm,fowb U.. A.", ghelton, Washinon PACE 5 IMPORTAHT Effective this coming September ! UR GAS WILL COST LESS IN SHELTON OF MORE THAN Southside Family To Leave After 16 Years ON OF OUR PRESENT CUST. OMERS WILL GO INTO EFFECT ON THAT DATE THIS IS IMPORTANT NEWS FOR EVERYONE IN SHELTON WITHIN REACH OF GAS SERVICE ECAU YOU CAN NOW E ADVANTAGE OF THIS t By Mrs. Ray Kratcha SOUTHSIDE---All the Southside .l-H Club members and 4-H lead- ers met while at Panhandle 4-H Camp and presented Mary \\;Vet- ter with a going away gift, Mary Wetter will soon be leaving. Mr. and lVIrs. Arlo Wetter anci family of Arcadia are moving ttis weekend to Castle Rock, the Wet- ters have been resietents of this community for 15 years. A birthday hmcheon was given for Mrs. Toni Ogden Aug. 6 to SAVINGS children, it was gzven by Mrs. June Wetter. Those present were Mrs. Ton,. Ogden and Bellaine, Mrs. June Wetter and children, }ars. A. M. Graf, Mrs. Ken Wolden, Mrs. Ray Putvin mid children, Mr. and Mrs, H. E. Wolden. Mrs. Madelin Rae and four daughters and Mrs. John Holtorf. Had a love- Oo ly cake baked by Mrs. Ray Put- vin, received many gifts and had a lovely table. These luleheons are traditional for the Ogdell fam- ily to celebrate each birthday. GUESTS OF MR. and Mrs Richard Mattson and family ot Skookum Sunday were Mrs. Aug- usLa Portman and Carl of Mat- lock. :Mr. and Mrs. Dumont Port- man, Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Asehe of Arcadia and Mr. and Mrs. Jes- se Asehe and twod aughters, A birthday hmcheon was giver MOST FUEL BILLS o,woon,,oo,, to celebrate her daughters, grand- children and great grandchildren. Those present were Mrs. Tom Og den and Bellaine. Mrs. Ray Put vin and children, Mrs. Bob Ogder and Robyn, Mrs. Medelin Rae ant four daughters, Mrs. John Hol- torf and Mr. H. E. Wolden. There were two lovely cakes, mid a love ly table and she received many' gifts. These lnucheons are tradi tional for the Wolden family t celebrate each birthday, Mrs. F E. Wolden received several birth day calls, one from her brothe Andy in Tacoma. The John Holtorfs and Ra- Sharp went to the McCleary Bes Festival Saturday and enjoye part of the festivities in the alter noon. SKOOKUM LADLES Club me Thursday at the home of Mr: kichard Mattson at Sko,kum. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Swit;:er an fanfily of Arcadia, Mr. and Mr' Laere Fheeslev of Tenino, M and Mrs. David SwiLzer and faro i!Y and Mike Scott of Olympi' spent the weekend camping a Iinerva Park on Hood Canal. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. RoDer' Herriek and family Saturday evel ing for dinner were Mr and Mr.  Charles Kindred and girls of Be] fair. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fro Stu.k were tleir neice Mr. :,n, Ms. Dennis Fiett and M e o Dunlap, Iowa. The Elliotts l(ft la: Mo:.'day a!ter spending a weel with the Sti::,v. 3 Iending sometime with M1 and Mrs. Frtd Stuck of Cole Roa. is their grandstu Charles Stuck o Hoquiam. qcta He!tort, Darlene and Side:i: went out to BayLon to Cubb egg' re:-idcnce and rode around the ., l with Dale .a: ' Randy egg Sm and Economical Fuel *'* Visitors of Mr. and Mrs. WM- tcr Krateha, Lind, and Susan fo the weekend v,.'e.e Mr. xnd Mrs Imoe: Perri,e and Leall of Pack. WITHOUT DELAY Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fre Stu, tc stopping by over the week. end were M, and lrs. Wayn, S:mk of [lcquiam who attendeC .he Seafair races in Seattle. For full information about the many advan- ,,o ,..,.,,_,,on,n ,.h week with Mr. and Mrs. Dm,' rages of Natural Gas (soon to arrive) we Hearing Set On suggest you contact our Shelton office at 122 South 3rd St. or Supplemental Budget For ,County Fair The Mason County Commission set 11:45 a.m. Aug. 26 for a hear- ing on a $3,000 supplemental bud- get for the County Fair. The sup- plementtal budget is for the con- struction of the new fair grounds phone 426 8433 The boardsetl:30p.m. Aug. 2( for a hearing on the plat of Nah. watzel Beach Estates at the re- quest of Fred Snelgrove. CASCADE NATURAL GAS CORPORATION Mrs. Horace M. Hall, Tahuya, appeared before the commission to ask that a tree on county right- of-way which was in danger of falling on her property, be remov- ed. She was told it would be. LeRoy Bead, owner of Mapel Beach Resort, appeared to discuss an access road to the are he in- tends to plat. He was asked to appear at the planing commission meeting Wednesday night. Sheep deprived of adequate salt will give less milk; lambs will not be as sturdy. Pictured above is Jack Lanning with some of hi wood carvings that are presently being displayed at Miller's, Each carving is done completely by hand from on!y one piece of wood. Jack Lanning is well know,, carves dogs and other animals throughout the Northwest for his wood carving ability. He worked ,,ith wood for the first tnne a a Civilian Conservation Corps camp in his youth and has completed over 375 carwngs since then. What kind of things does he carve ? "Anything from gunstocks to birds!" It seems there is no limit to the objects Jack can re- present in wood. He often carves dogs, horses and rustic signs for tmuses or other buildings. He re- (ently completed a beautiful cof- fee table with a glass top cover- ing the intricately carved surface. The types of wood Jack most frequently uses for his caqngs pro yellow pine, oak, walnut, and (,eeasionally mahogany. He is cur- rently featuring a birch plaque with tile faces of the presidents ,ppearing on the famous Mount t.ushmore. The faces of former [.residents Lincoln, 'Washington, Jefferson and Roosevelt are nma- zingly realistic. "Wood carving is not Jack's only occupation as he also works as a millwright, ttaving moved here from Sun Valley, Idaho about a ::ear ago, the Lanning family, con- sisting of Ralph, 19: John. 16; Julia. 17: and Mrs. Lanning, m still fairly new in Shelton. Jack often completes his carv- ings by painting them in oils. He finds that some people prefer to ]:ave them colored instead of left ;n their natural stae. He often front photographs. Mr. Lanning's work has been displayed in art shows throughout the United States and Canada. His carvings are now being shown downtown at :Miller's. FERRY RECEIPTS Receipts from the Harstine Is- land Ferry of $305.50 Ior the wee ending Aug. 10 were reported by the Maaon County Engineer's oft- ice. What is the use of new inven- tions and new knowledge if they lead us only to the dark age ? -- Richard E. Byr( Democrats To Discuss Dinner Set Sept 4 At tile Mason County l)emoera- tic Club's monthly meeting tonig'ht ,PUD 3 building, 8:00 p.m.), fin- alizing' plans for the anmml Jef- ferson-Jackson Day banquet sche- duled for September 4 will be one of the main subjects on the gen- da. Memorial Hall has been secured as the site for the dinner, at which Governor Albert Rosellini and Se- nator Henry Jackson wil be hon- ored and heard as program spea- kers. Roy Ritner is in charge of arrangements. Plans also will De discussed at tonight's meeting for the club's rummage sale dated for Septem- ber 22 and 23 in the PUD auditor- ium. Use Journal Want Ads See Our New OK LIHE A quality, tire at a price you can afford. 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