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22 1963 SHELTON MASON COUNTY JOURNAL-- Published in Christina, lo;. U.S.A.", Shelton, Washington PAGE 41 For Hoodsport School 9-10:30 a.m, Sept 3 Gray Hood Canal  will be ]0 a.m. Tuesday, school. Reg- Will be accepted. a short business children get ac- more information Schwab or Mrs. Tmn Endicott had a baby girl chances cracked ows with SAFETY GLASS stocks oft Glare s'r wi,v, ob,e Olam & McNEIL I Aug. 4 They named her Karl Lynn. i The Oliver Grays were also the proud parents of a baby girl. This week the junior high chil- dren are at Black Lake Bible camp. Aug. 19 starts a week of Bible School for tile teenagers. It will be held each evening of the week. Aug. 16 Mrs. Jerry Kaare and Mrs. Mick Simmons were the hos- tesses of a Bridal shower for Mary Hesser. It was given in the home of Mrs. Marius Kaare. About 14 guests wre present. Mrs. Bud Loughran, a visiting relative of the bride/to-be, from La Cresenta, Cal- ifornia was also a guest. TIlE COCHRAN home was bad- ly damaged last Wednesday eve- ning when a fire started about 6 p.m. and burned for about an hour and a half. Their neighbors, the Astleys, had their home dam- aged by the smoke. Aug. 8 Copy and Terry tough- ran from La Cresenta Calif., ar- rived here to visit their grand- mother, Mrs. Jessie Hilligoss. Mrs. Art Baskin traveled to Mount Vernon to "visit relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Kaare re- cently had a baby girl. The Norm Grays have had their share of company lately. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Bertin and family from Pasadena, Calif., visited for a week. Garth Houser and child- ren from Lone Pine, Mont.; stop- ped by on their way to Sekiu to go salmon fishing. Mr. and lV[rs. Fred Powell and children from Los Angeles, Calif., were also guests. Mrs. Maynard Cox, daughter of Esther Jazwis, had twins a couple of weeks ago--a boy they named Walter and a girl named Paula. / . Hi Neighbors Here's a Little NDER! We have a NEW PHONE NUMBER 426-3344 OF SH ELTON Mason Materials Co. 7th & Park Streets Beif00 r Woman Returns From Nine-Week Trip To British Isles, Europe New Books At SCHOOLS 14OM[$ PIIROLL$ GOVERNMENI IT'S FAIR TIME ring into its new quarters near the Airport promises to make the always- lason County Fair even better this When it opens August 23 for a three-day new fairgrounds, which are a monu- to hard work by many civic-minded are more centrally located and room- il/ ' lay President Clive Troy (who must be Siest retired man in Mason County) the 'SSOciation has developed an outstanding At The Fair! ELy ON L ) TIMBER COMPANY FOUnded In Shelton in 1895 Ilr and Western Hemlock Acoustical, Insulating and products, Plywood and By C Irolyn Freelin in seasoll and variety the weath- BELFAII% .... Home from a nine er was. too!) and found roses and weel( trip to tile British Isles and delphinium at the height of their western Europe is Miss I,'rances blooming season in yards every- Norton of the North Shore. Misswhere. Also interesting to tile Norton made the trip with friends travelers was the number of bi- Mrs. 'Vitliam Pesco, an instructor cvcles used in Denmark and in the at Olympic College in Bremerton; lcthertands, where there are. 2/3 Miss Ella Mathieson, teacher at as many bicycles as people. Miss Norton reports seeing" chic young secretaries pedaling to work and 2amily bike outings which included three generations. NOT QUITE O far from lmme. hut with every bit as much en- Davis high school in Yalima; and Mrs. Inez Sullivan, who teaches at Coronado, near San Diego. Their itinerary included five weeks in Britain during which time they made a tour around the island which included Scotland and Wales and spent time in London. Cross- ing to the continent they spent 10 days in France, three in Amster- dam, and five days in Copenhagen. They returned to London before flying home. Among high points of tile trip for Miss Norton was a hydrafoil ride between Copenhagen and MaN too, Sweden, which took only half tle time that the same crossing would require by ferry. Gardens everywhere, and especially in Brit- ain, were of particular interest to Miss Norton, whose own garden attests to her enthusiasm. She noted that garden flowers there are remarkably similar to ours Esther went to a family picnic Mrs. Cox lives in Seattle. Saturday in Seattle and she said the twins are doing just fine. Jeanne Peterson traveled to Seal Rock to visit Mr. and Mrs. Emery Winters and Johanna. MR. AND MRS. JOHN Denisork traveled to Aberdeen to visit Mr. and Mrs. Dick Peterson and fam- ily. The next weekend Mr. and Mrs. Denison went to Paradise on Mount Rainier where John. Frank Heuston, and others climbed the glaciers, although Bunnie and the girls stuck to walking cm trails! Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Albert. San Francisco, Calif., were guests in their parents' home, Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Hale. Mrs. Virginia \\;Vallin and Mrs. Mottle Backlund traveled to Yaki- ma to an 8 & 40 Convention Aug. 10 and 11. They had a nice trip and the only complaint was the heat. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Chard, Seattle, were weekend guests of Mr. and Nits. Fred Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. Johnson had been keep- ing their grandson, Steve, this summe-. He returned home Sun- day with Mr. and Mrs. Chard, his parents. Carol Johnson has been in the Clinic Hospital since last Thursd,y. MRS. ANNA BERGE will arrive home from Europe Aug. 22. She has traveled extensivMy through Holland, France, Switzerland. Ger- many, Sweden and Notmy: :Mr. and Mrs. John Pill and fa- mily traveled to Hoquiam to visit their parents, r. and Mrs. Par- sons and Mr. and Mrs. Pill. Whil6 visiting the Pills they celebrated John's father's birt.hday. Mr. and Mrs. Pill also went to Westport. Mr. and lVhs. Harry Pozorsld and Sand 3, spent a coo'pie of days in Portland Ore. 9 I Baptist Church's Youth Fellowship of M,r. and Mrs. B. A. Jessfield who made the trip. They camped of Billings, Mont. Miss Patterson flew to Ketchikan where her new husband is employed earlier this Shady Beach 00esidelltS At Ufl[Oll month tobecomeMrs. Jessfield. The Kitsa p-Mason Vv'eave rs' Guild met Aug. 8 at the home of Sponsor Fishing Derby Sunday potluck luncheon and their month- their exhibit for the Kitsap County UNION -- The big news on Hood Canal this week was fishing, everything from 30 pound sahnon to V,2 ounce bull heads. Mrs. Harry Mawson took the prize for the largest fish when she landed a large salmon off Hoodsport last week. while Bo Fletcher partici- pating in the annual Shady Beach fishing derby won low honors with a 3-0unce bullhead Sunday aftmmoon. The Shady Beach fishing derby sponsored for the third year in the row by Mr. and Mrs. Eb Snell. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Keir. Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Pierce, Mr. and Mrs. Jim McComb and Mr. and Mrs. obert Fletcher. all of Shady Beach or nearby, was held Sun- day afternoon beginning with a blueberry hoteake breakfast cook- ed by Mrs. Snell in her new home at Shady Beach. THE PRIZE for the biggest eat- ing fish went to Jim Hagen of Seattle. a four pound cod; biggest non-eating fish caught by a boy to John Fletcher: biggest non- eating fish caught by a girl to Pare McComb, a six pound dog fish, that incidentally delivered one dog fish baby on the weighing scales. ' Terrible swift sword": John Stcinbeck's account of a h'ip ac- ross the I;nited States with his French poodle. "Travels with Charley": and ihe stray of -the terrible h'ish famine of l,qt6.."The 1"eat }mnzer". by Cecil \\;Voodhqm- Smith, author of "The reason why". Good Sized Trout ly meeting, where they planned Those taking prizes m the con- Fair The group will set np and test were Mike Moore, Bruce \\;Vii- man their booth, which will fea- son. Pat Johns. Chuck Fletcher, ture three looms and demonstra- Billy McComb. Brad Wilson. Jill tions of their weaving procedures Pierce, Joan Pierce, Bo Fletcher, by members. On display will be Rick MeComb David Fletcher Bri- this year's elt project, fabrics an Wilson. Gregg Potter. David for upholstery, as well as other Potter. Chris Elmlund. Doug New- projects such as hand-loomed tow- ell. Jackie Mays, Tony Judah, els, mats and yardage. Mrs. George Mary Anne Julah. Terry Bacon Minard guild member who dis- and Linda Elmhmd. played her weaving in the invita- Dr. R. D. Callison and his four tional division at the Bellevue Arts children. Candy, Christy, Cathy and Crafts Fair last month, re- and Peter retraced Sunday eve- eeived at $50 cash award in the ning from a trip to Stewart Is- judging of that division. land in British Columbia They TWO ANNUAL PICNICS chose brought back with them 37 fish, August and Hood Canal for their some canned, some smoked and very successfnl time and place. some fresh. The Anthony Callison About 32 members.and their has- family was there to meet them bands of the Hatasu Club number when they got home. one. Bremerton Daughters of the The Ira Morse family has gone Nile, gathered at the Matthew to pick huckleberries at Mt. Ad- Bischoff home. Aug. 10 for a pot- ams and will be home in a couple hick dinner. Fried oysters and oy- of days. ster cocktails were the hit of the Ricky Buechel alld Mike Fan- evening for the guests. ning, two Union baseball players, Office Staff and their families were on the third place team in from the State Department of Little League Twilight League. Public Assistance enjoyed a pot- ItOUSEGUEST of Mary Buechelluck picnic at the home of the last weekend was Mavis Carlstrom Pete Merrills on the South Shore of Seattle. for a leisurely afternoon last Sun- Kathy Kelsey took a trip east day Aug. 18. About 30 people at- of the Mountains to Croak and tended the yearly get-together. returned last week. Guests at the George Caskey Mr. and Mrs. Philip Dixon of home on the North Shore recently Seattle were the guests of the have been Mr. and Mrs. Dino Sivo Dalby family on Sunday. Diron of Port Orchard. Sivo is Kitsap was a classmate of Ed Dalby's at County Extension Agent, and Caught in Lake Nahwatze/, ' B3 ,Ioann, l i ('z Franklin high school in Seattle. works with Caskey. Also a guest He is employed by the Martin for a week's stay is Caskey's fa- Tackle Manufacturing Company, ther. A. O. Caskey, of Vancouver, a fishing gear firm. Mrs. +Wes Hutchins is ,'ecuperat- Chris.tian Scienlisi ink at home from painfully crack- ' ed bones. She was up and around Services Are Set on crutches Sunday. Madrona Beach was tile scene "Whence then cometh wisdom? LAKE NAHWATZEL -- The fishermen have been catching nice size trout over the weekend. Four- teen-year-old Roger Clemons of Tacoma last gaturday canght a 19 inch, 2fi pound trout. Also on Saturday Ken "Wimpress of Se- attle, age 12 years hooked an :L8, inch. 2,. pounder. On Sunday, Dick Johnson of Aberdeen cmlght a 14-inch trout. Wednesday visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Amel Tveit were Joe Petersen of Lost Lake and Mr. and Mrs. AI Ferrari of Al- berta. Canad:L Mrs. Farrari is the niece of Mr. Peterson. Mrs. Myrtle Cameron of Shel- "con accompanied Mrs. F. E Hew- son and grandchildren. Richard and Kenneth Hewson. to Bremer- ton Navy Yards last Tuesday. They enjoyed touring the yards and the U.s.a. Missouri. Friday, the Hewsons were vis- ited by their daughter and family, Mrs. Phil Parker and children of Oljmpia and Mr. and Mrs. Mark Nichols of Hood River. Ore., who spent a few days with them. Mrs. Nichols is the sister of Mr. Hew- son. SPENDING a few days with Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Branson Sunday of two parties when Mr. and Mrs. Glen Perguson of Shel- ton and Mr. and Mrs. Dave James of Seattle entertained gamsts at their homes. Mr. and Mrs Jack Close at- tended the Saturday evening per- fomnance of "Camelot" in Seattle. Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Mawson Sr.. of Union entertained relatives and friends July 17 at a salmon bar- beeue. Mrs. Mawson had caught tile fish. a 30 lb. king, at Tf)OdS-  port. During the evening guests en- I joyed eein slides taken their by grandson Stu Mawson while on his European tour last winter. GUESTS INCLUDED their daughter, Mrs. Douglas Keyes of Olympia: son and wife. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mawson Jr., of Cres- well Oregon; grandchildren Stu Mawson illamook. Ore.; Karl Mawson. Bishopbrook, and Mrs. and Mrs. Jerry Cowan. Olympia. Others enjoying the evening were Sharon Charboneau and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Schmidt. Olympia; Mr. and Mrs George Steilman. Mrs. Mary Jarcow. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Cowan and children Gary and Cheryl, all of Union. a, nd where is the, place of under- standing?" This passage from Job (28:20 will be part of the Respon- sive Reading  this Sunday at all Christian Science churches. The Bible Lesson is entitled "Mind." One of the corresponding ref- erences from "'Science and Health with Kev to the Scriptures" by Mary Baker Eddy will be this: "When the divine precepts are understood, they' unfold tle fOUn- dation of fellowship, in which one mind is not at war with another. 1)ut all have one Spirit, God_ one intelligent sourer, in accordance with the Seriptwal command: 'Let this Mind be in you. which was also in Christ Jesus"' (p.276/. Most bowhunters today carry recurred bows. The hiatorm straight-end bow, made from a single piece of wood, has largely beeu replaced by ltminated bows with reeurved ends. The recurve design will propel an arrow far- ther and faster than a straight bow requiring tile same pull. is Mrs. Branson's niece. Miss Ter- ri Ann Harkins of Seattle. Mr. and Mrs. A1 Tupper visited last Satm'day evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Linton of Brinnon. They enjoyed the eve- ning with Mr. and Mrs. Ken Ward, of Mesa. Ariz., Mr. and Mrs. Herb Ward. Seattle. and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Johnson of Tacoma. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Hewson of Granger spent last Sunday with Mr. and Mrs F. E. Hewson at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Phil Parker in Olympia. They enjoyed a picnic at a nearby park, and retm'ning with their parents were Richard and Kenneth Hewson, who have been visiting their grandpar- ents for a few weeks. Visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Hansen last Sunday were Mr, and Mrs, Marvin Pap- worth of Issaquah and Miss Susan Watson of Seattle. Mr. and Mrs. Archie Kelley vis- ited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Chappell last Saturday eve- ning. Weekend guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Dawson were Mr. ahd Mrs. L. H. Francis of Portland. Shelton Twilight League "A" Squad played their All-Star game last Friday night. On the winning team. with a score of 10-8 were LeRoy Valley, Charles Chappell and David Stoddard all of Mat- lock, and Eddie Dawson of the Lake. Mrs. Leroy Smith and children. Jimmy and Linda. are now Lake residents, having moved their trai- ler home next door to Mrs. Smith's parent's. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Dew- SOIl. Visiting the Tuppers last Fri- day were Mr. and Mrs. Kcn Ward of Mesa. Ariz., formerly of Seattle. Monday evening visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Hayes of Brinnon. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Kruger and children of Shelton visited Mr. and Mrs, Frank Cooper last Sun- day. Mr. and Mrs. Kruger are the new owners of Shelton Manor Nur- sing Home formerly the Botts Nursing Home. Fridey evening Mr. and V[rs. Dick Tupper and daughl:cr. Susan, visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Linton of Brinnon. Vigiting Mr. and Mrs. Dick Tup- per for a few days were Mrs. Tup- pet's mother. Mrs. Mary Chris- man and her brother aad his fa- mily, Mr. and :Mrs. Ted Chrisman and daugllter, Sharron. all of South San Gabriel, Calif. A subsidiary of P. N. Hirsch & Co. Journal Want Ads Pay Clinic's new glossy, glove-lined wipes shiny bright with a damp cloth. This hi.style Oxford with breeze- vent design is "patently perfect[" 1 1 95 author of the memorable "Devil's Use a No. 5 hook tied two feet advocate". The Ukrainian Kiril below a. heavy split shot oil 1(l- Cardinal Lakota. released after 17 pound-test spinning line. Of com'se. this large bait is difficult for even t years of t,ussia n captiviiv and lbig' trout to swallow. But remem- torture, is elected Pope. 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