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PACI-E 10 SIIELTON--tfASON COUNTY $OURNAL--Publisiled in Oh, rf,tm.a.fown, U.S.A."', ghelton, Washington -- Thl Meaning Of Soul Scientist Text The meaning of "Soul" will be brought out in the Lesson-Sermon at the Silelton IVirst Church of Christ, scientist Sunday. Golden Text: "Thy way, O God, is in the sanctuary: who is so great a God as our God?" (Psalm 77:15). Related readings from "Science and Health with Key to the Scrip- tures" by Mary Baker Eddy will ()pen with this passage (p. 330): "God is infinite, the only Life, substance, Spirit, or Soul, the only intelligence of the nniverse, includ- ing man." Can Save You Tax Moneyl Ae  da|mng all drag ductlons to which yoa are entltled Thousands og iten can be lhted. 1)rugTaxavailable free te our customers---furnishes you an an- nual record. Come In today and iudk about DrugTa.x. It's t Start roving tax oneyl PREP.P'$ Rexall Store Phone 426-4642 Copyright 1962 - lii , 61 Members Of Family Gather For Reunion At Home Of Allyn Couple By. Judy Von Osten ALLYN .... Sixty-one members] of the Valley family gathered at I the home of Mr. and Mrs. Hoax ard [ lVynn Sunday for a big family pot ] lnck picnic. Attending the picnic with their families were: Mr. and Mrs. Dale Valley and seven child- ren of Tacoma; Mr. andMrs. Dick Valley and two children of Cres- ent City, Calif.; Mr and Mrs. Ray Valley of Gig tiarbor; Mr. and Mrs. Eric Asplund and three child- Ten of Gig HarboP; Mr. and Mrs. Roland Morford and five children of Gig Harbor, Mr. and Mrs. Don Foote of Gig Harbor & her father, Harry McCash of Calitorma; Mr. and Mrs. John Valley and four children of Bremerton; Mr. and Mrs. Mark Vilkerson of Allyll and Mrs. Grace: Wilkerson; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Valley ,Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Fred Valley Jr. and four children of Allyn; Earl. Moore and his fiancee Virginia of Tacoma, and Sharon and Donnie Valley of Cresent City, Calif. The annual Fireman's" Dance of the volunteer All)m-Victor Fire Department was held Satmay night at the Victor Cbmmunity Hall. The dance was a big success with everyone reportedly having a good time. Mr. land 'Mrs. lran Kowalcyck and four children attended a horse show at Silver Spurs Sunday. The kids did. real well. and brought home three ribbons. Gordon Greenfield ,and son Jim arrived Saturday evening to spend a couple of weeks with his daugh- ter and family, Mr. and Mrs. James Von Osten and Karen and Shari. Mrs. Gz'eenfied flew in two Weeks before to visit a while be- fore the ,men folks came. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Terrell and -Suppod Your Mason Oeunly Support your local Music Store .. See our display in Booth No. 5 JOHNNY'S HUSIC BOX ! friends from Seattle who work fox' Monl.esano Chemical Co. attended their a:mual picnic at Lal.:e Meri- rtian near Kent Saturday. There were about 150 people in atten- dance. Mr. and ?'Ira. Steve Boyce and nephew Richard I-Iemphill attend- ed the an:real San Juan Island fish bake held Sat ttr(lay at l'riday Har- bor. Tile Boyces were former re- sidents of Fri(lav Harbor and en- joyed seeing old" friends and rela- tives. Mrs. Lois Tcrrell and Mrs. Helen1 Bayce were hostess for a hmch- con last Tuesgay afternoon in hon- or of Mrs. Virginia Greenfield of .St. Paul, 5r[inn. Attending were Mrs. Susan Von Osten, Mrs. Elsie Clements, and Mrs. Judy Von Os- ten and daughters, Karen and Sha- ri. A lovely crab salad, homemade Iolls, nut bf'ead, crackers and cheese, dessert and coffee were served. Mr. and M:rs. Sam Clements were at Port Angeles for several days fishing and visiting her cousin Clara. Too bad Sam didn't have better luck fishing. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Valley and children of Cresent City Calif., are spending two weeks in Allyn visiting their many friends and re- latives. First Aid Classes will start in September. Classes are open to re- sidents of Victor and Allyn. How- ard Wjmn will be instructor and those interested are to contact him Date to start will be lp to the : people interested. AMBULANCE IS SHOItT of do- nations for October payment. We a'ppeai to those of you who hav- en't yet donated to please send in your donation. Those of you who have donated please remind your friends and neighbors to send in their contributions. "If you have not donated before you need the ambulance you will be billed at regular rate as dona- tions afterward are too late." Attending the annual Seattle City retired Firemen's picnic July 27 at Woodland Park were Mr. and Mrs. Richard Johnson. Mr. Johnson entered the Fir department in 1910. The only auto- mobiles then were used by the Chiefs. All the fire apparatus was horse drawn. Mr. Johnson was al- so with the Seattle Police depart- ment. While in the firedepartment Mr. Johnson was in many down town fires one was the Lincoln Hotel fire in 1919, were one fire- man was killed. 'I-t[[LE IN EATTLE they vi- sited the grave of their late son Arthur, who is buried in the mili- tary plot at Evergreen Cemetery. They also visited the grave of Mr. Johnson's dad which is in the Moore section at Washilli Ceme- tery. Mr. Johnson passed away in 1960 at the" age of 101 years old. While in Seattle they visited some of their many friends, they. stayed with Mrs. Johnson's sister Mrs. Alta Marburger. i i iii i i i Z  i: .......................... ;i ........... i ......... HIGH AWARDEugene Stacy second from left), Shelton repairman for Pacific Northwest Bell is shown accepting the National Safety Council's President's Medal and certificate for saving the life of Connie Lynn Simpson here last November. Stacy also received the American Red Cross certificate of merit and PNB's second highest ................  . ......... ..1; : -,! regional award--the Vail Award certificate of commendation. From left :re Mrs. Eugene Stacy; Stacy; Raymond Norwood, Seattle-King County Safety Council; Willis Rives, PNB general plant manager; Seldon Vander Wegen, Mason County American Red Cross; and Shelton Mayor Frank A. Travis, Jr. Skokomish Valley] nion Family Has.Guests From People Attend 00linois During The PastWeek Family Reunion SKOKOMISH -- A family reun- ion of the Bishop Clan was held last Saturday at Camp La Wis on the White Pass. Among the sixty relatives present were Mr. and Mrs. Paul Htmter, Mr. and Mrs. Roy tells of Shelton Mr. and ,Mrs. Edwin Ahem of Mr. and Mrs. Kieth Hurst and fa- mily of Arcadia, and 3,{r. and Mrs. Bill Hunter and family. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Dock were Sunday dinne r guests of Mr. and Mrs. Orvill Stanley in Shelton. Mr .and Mrs. Ronald Johnson, Milton, returned from a two weeks vacation in California and spent last weekend visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Althur Johnson. Walter Bishop and Tom Bishop of Grapeview are visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hun- ter. MR. AND lVERS. "Steve Valley of Seattle and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Val- ley of Bremerton returned from a vacation trip to Harrison Hot Springs in Canada, and were Sun- day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Chester Valley. Other visitors at the Valley home Sunday afternoon Were Mr. and Mrs. Gene Hulbert, Lurene Rusty, Marlene, and Tam- my. Friends in the Valley were shock- ed at the sudden passing of Mrs. Marie Meeks and eXtend their con- dolence to the family. Mr. and Mrs. Arehie Vaughn drove to Eugene, Ore., to attend the Square Dance Festival and to visit Mr. Vaughn's brother and family. Mrs. Kenny Evans and children of Seattle are staying at $20 and $25 Permanents HALF PRICE Includes hair cut and set * EVENINGS BY APPOINTMENT @ GRIMES BEAUTY SALON By Dianna Timm Mrs. I:enny XVhitaker visited UNION -- Mr. and Mrs. Roland the Steve Morris family for a few Walters had guests from Illinois days last week. Mrs. Whitaker is this past week.' Arriving Aug. 4, Donna's mother. were Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mueller. Merle Morris got back Saturday With them were their daughter after lots of fun trom a week at and son-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Zu- camp on Black Lake. Colin left tansick and children. After also Monday f'or his week at: camp. visiting Mr. Besett (Mrs. Walter's We were all sorry to hear of father and Mrs. Mueller's brother) Wayne Gatewood's death. they left bn FYiday. Mrs. Louis McGhee who is sol- Over the last two weekends Ed ling he r home to Mr. and Mrs. I Dalby and two fish.ezTaen friends Dale Johnson of Califiornia, was from Shelton went fishing at Se- visited the past week by Mr. and qiu and both times came home Mrs. Earl Monroe and daughter with their limits. Pat. Mrs. Monroe is Mrs. McGhee's Dianna Ttmm spent the week in daughter. They have been helping Bremerton with her aunt and uncle her pack as she plans on making Mr. and Mrs. Raymond E. Olson Walls Walls her home. They left and family taking care of her Sunday. Mrs. McGhee plans on cousin who was recovering from a iollowing at a later date. Friday tonsilectomy. Dianna's parents and a dinner party was given by Mrs. her brothers Billy and Tim Thomas Orabell Avey (Mrs. MeGhee's went in Friday night and had din- other daughter) at ier Potlatch ner with the Olsons before bring- home. Friday was Mrs. Monroe's ing her home. birthday. The guests were hey om Mrs. Helen Beckman was a re- family, Mrs. MeGhee, the Monroes cent houseguest of Mrs. Karl O' and their daughter Pat and Lud Berry. and Nell Anderson. The next fami- MR. AND IIRS. Danny Cowles ly get together will be in Walls are the proud parents of Kathleen Walla where Pat Monroe p!ans to Louise, born August first. Kath- be married on Sept. 30. leon weigbed 7 pounds 11, z, onnces, EVERX'ONE ON THE canal has She was 21 inches long and very. commenting on the ingenious mail- pretty, box stafd Larry School has made. Bret Richard arrived at the The Schools are beginning a-new Dick Allen home on August 6th home on Elf Hill and plan to move and weighs 9 pounds 9.,'_, ounces, back to Union next year. He joins sisters Christie and Che- Mr. and Mrs. Otto "vVojahn just rio, and brothers Rickey and returned from an enjoyable three Rocky. week vacation. They were in nine states and Mexico. The Gerald Pierces were pleased the Vaughn home while they are to see son Danny home. He has on vacation. Mrs. Donald Doak is helping lust completed six weeks of Navy with the Baptist Bible Camp at basle training in San Diego. Mr. and Mrs. ?,lax DeP.n and Black Lake for a few days. MISS L1NDA V.LLEY of Seat- three children moved into their tle and cousins Jim Valley and newly built home on the hill above Lurene Hulbert were over night Union. Besides their beautiful guests Sunday at the Chester Val- home Max has a gun shop in their ley home. double garage which he plans to Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Gendereau of run in his spare time as a hobby. Island Lake were dinner guests iV[rs. Nina Miller of Union. Mrs. Wednesday evening of Mr. and Ins Wivell of Shelton, Mrs. Vivell's Mrs. Arthur Johnson. niece Mrs. Alice Baldwin from Saturday evening Mr. and Mrs. Kirkland, Mrs. Frank GuSto, and Bole Sarkowitz entertained with a Mrs. Guire's son David went on a barbeque dinner for Mr. and Mrs. weeks camping% trip in the upper Norman Richardson of Lower Sko- Dosewallips. They returned Sun- komish, Mr. and Mrs. Dick John- day. They made Honeymoon Mea- son, Mr. and Mrs. Hal Clark, and clews their base camp. They hik- Irma Butler all of Shelton. ed to Anderson Pass, and Ander- Mrs, W. E. Bray entered the son Glacier, and LaCross pass Shelton General Hospital the first which is 1,000 feet liigher than Anderson pass. LaCross Pass leads of this week for surgery, into the Duekabush area. Mrs. Mil- Quaaty .... Located at 5 Corners on Hillcrest Phone 426-8269 Telephone Chevrolet dealee Ion, any type of truck. .......................................... "::-'". ............................  ..................................... " ........................................ -'-- ..... HELL CHEVROLET CO'HPAHY First 'and Grove Teetu - Shelton Phone 426-4426 .... ' , , , ,. ,,,,,, ,, ,,,,,,, 1., ,, CHEVROLET ler said it was a really beautiful trip. Although she enjoyed herself -Mrs. Miller said she would probab- ly spend the next day recuperat- ing. Two well known Union dogs died last week. They were "Rinny" be- longing to the Axel Johnson family and "Sonny" who was the Norm Riehardsons dog. Sandy Richardson plans to marry Walter ,Stone, from Pittsburgh Aug. 24. Mrs. Louis (Estelle) lcGhee announces the sale of her Union home two weeks ago to Mr. and Mrs. Dale Johnson of California. The McGhee family were Urion residents fox" the past 12 years. She taught at Union for several years and also was on the teaching staff of lower Skokomish school for a period of time and while the late Professor Louis D. McGhee was resident missionary of the Adven- tist church, they occupied the tea- chers cottage 'at that place for several years. Professor McGhee (violinist) was an instructor of nmsic for years in Mason County. At the time Prof. Anzo Loop was l?rinciple of Shelton schools, Prof. A.IcGhee conducted the Shelton High School orchestra of 25 mem- bers. The fond of Hood Canal and somewhat reluctant to leave the community and her many Mason County friends, a break in health necessitates her leave ta, king. Mrs. MeGhee will leave her home for Walla Walla where she will make her home with Mrs. Earl Monroe, her daughter Mildred. The good wishes of friends and neighbors will go with her. OGDENS RETURN Mr. and Mrs. Bob Ogden and daughter Robyn, Sbelton, return- ed recently from a two-week trip to Hamilton, Me., where Bob at- tended a reunion of his World War II B-24 bomber crew. The crew was shot down over Italy during the war and, as a re- sult, spent over a year in a prison camp together. Crew members hadn't seen each other in 18 years. The family also visited historical Lexington and the Truman Library at. Yndepen(lence. TO ENTER COLLEGE Included on the latest list .of students accepted for admission for the fall quarter at Washington State University are lellnda J. Merrill, Belfair, and Wendy M. Brickert, Shelgon. Kamiiche Grange Hall Anniversary For Eugeee I,y l,'r:m['(,s Simmoa KAMILCitlq - The 50th \\;Veal- ding Ami\\;,ersaA y gthering honor- ink Air. :m(t ?Trs. Eugene Taylor wqs a mtmlorable event for the Taylors. 2!)1 guests registered in the guest book and there \\;\-ere some who did not rc',iste'. The Grnnge Hall was beautifully de- ,:orated with large baskets of flow- t,rs. A young lady, Susan Phillips, vacefully modeled rs. Taylor's wtdding gown which was a white cotton material, anlde length, with a slim skirt, elbow length sleeves and with lace around the neckline. It had white flowers embroidered on the front and back of the blouse, a cumberbund at the wst and a white satin bow in the back. "Phere were many lovely cards from the many friends. Seventeen [fiends called later in the day at their home. Saturday evening the Eastern Star in Shellon honored Mr. and ?'rfrs. Taylor with a large wedding cake and with gifts of money and cards. Mr. and Mrs. %Vallace Monteith of Medford, Ore. left Monday after spending three weeks witl their daughter and family Mr. and Mrs. Phil Stoehr. A Thursday evening caller at the home of Mrs. Annie Whitener was Mrs. Mary Ann Williams and grandchildren of Kelso. MISS KAREN Mainwaring of Portland spent the weekend with her grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Dan %V0od. Mr. and Mrs. Duane Schilling returned to their home at The Dal- lea. Ore. after visiting at the :Mar- tin Otto home. Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Barnes left Sunday for San Diego, Calif. to visit Mr: Barnes' mother in that city. They plan to stop at Fort Ord, Calif. to pick up Bob Barnes who will travel with them to San Diego and then home with his par- ents to Kamilehe for a visit. 1!!1.. AND MIIS. Carles Burdick of Kikkalo, Ore., were recent' guests of the Edwin Pettys. Sun- (lay they all attended the Little Reek School Reunion. Monday they drove to the ferry and toured Har- stine Island and called on some old time friends. Tnesday was spent at the Ocean Beach. Mary Newman of Seattle was a Saturday over night guest of her )arents, the Edwin Petty's. Even- ing guests were the J. r. Jordans of Olympia and the Roy Perry's of Melton. Mr. and ]frS. ]Iilckalo, Ore., :rod nel)heW, th, Warren carr's day evening- The Harry days at Fort in Oregon :.y Simmons visit A. P. n the hos A groUl drove to to present a people torinm. The church the highwaY church to ices. THE TO If you at reckless suranCe drivers on An#e I=le r b Angle Dick Angle still to sore BERKI!; Don't miss out 'on this opportunity to save! 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