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August 22, 1963     Shelton Mason County Journal
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22, 1963 FRIGIDAIRE PPLIANCE SALE SPACE SAVER ItEFRIGEllATOil D-10-63 • 24" WIDE • UNDER 5' TALL ULL 10 CUBIC FOOT CAPACITY '189o0 0NLY with trade AS LOW AS 10.00 A MONTH O CHARGE IT O  00mmmm SMALL RANGE BUDGET Et IBIG 23" - WIDE oven - Holds A Large Turkey OSpace TO Spare On The Cooking Top iStorage Galore In Full - Width Storage Drawer 0Ly 30" ELECTRIC Model RS13()-63 AS LOW AS 10.00 A MONTH Q CHARGE IT • WASHER and DRYER SHELTON--MASON COUNTY 30URNAL--Published Grapeview Family Completes Three- (Held over from last week because of lack of space) GRAPEVIEW .... Vacations and visitations go hand in hand with j the summer season and, now that ]the weatherman has belatedly fa- vored us with a little appropriate sunshine and warmer temperatures Grapeview has settled down to en- joy these more pleasant aspects of country livhlg. A three weeks vacation trip to renew acquaintances and visit old haunts came to an end over a week ago for Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Richey when they returned to their Stretch Island home. Alva, Olda., and nearby Lowns were fo- cal points of their visit and wiLh many relatives and friends Lo vis- it there the Richeys had no dif- ficulty in making the time pass quickly, in spite of the 100 de- gree plus temperatures which pre- vailed. Long-time-ago Grapeview resi- dents, Charles and Lois McGloth- lin, Lloyd and Faye's nephew and niece, were happy to welcome then] at their Siloam Springs, Ark. home• Friends of Chai'ledh:ifd"L0]s here will be happy to know that all is well with the McGlothlins and that they have two lovely grandchildren from older son Den- ny. Nineteen year old Conley-Earl [ is still at home with possible plans to go into the service this fall• , ! Accompanying the Richeys on their trip east and visiting Oklaho- ma for the first time in 10 years was Mrs. Melvin Richey of Seattle and youngsters Panl and Rickey. The Richeys were happy to wel- come their nephew Jim McGloth- lin (he's Charles' brother) and part of his fanlily from Coos Bay, Ore., for a visit last weekend. Jim and Bernice with daughter caro- lyn and niece Lois Lynne Cavan- agh of North Bend arrived Friday evening. A potluck supper at Spec and Irene Fredricks' new home was a pleasant way to spend Saturday evening and a "koffee-klatch" with I old friends. Fred and Phyllis Lutz kept then] occupied until their de- parture Sunday morning• Lois and Carolyn will remain with their Aunt Faye for a couple of weeks lalong with Rickey Richer who | will be here mitt]" his sclool in Seattle reconvenes. t MR. AND MRS. AI[ Okonek | said goodbye to the 'ol home- S ' • ' |,read last Saturday to spend the ] weekend in the hie city---Seattle, [ that is--and have a visit with | daughter, Mrs. Marian rick and young grandson, Dennis. At made good use of the time by helnin I Marian with extra chores aro'uui the house. Home on 30 days' leave from thc air force and navy, respectively, Clem and Jack Wells are spending l heir time relaxing, or water ski- ing, if not lending a hand to their mother, Mrs. Iuss Wells _iy the .... '"operation of the GaS-sup Marina off Stretch Island's west shore. Clem reports again for duty at Ncah Bay Aug. 31 and Jack will leave for Boston SpL. 5 where he will report aboard the Dest.royer Leonard F. Mason. Coast Guard Cadet Laurie Sonl- ers said goodbye to his fmiIy 2Lug. 15 after 20 days at home and fly to New London. Conn. to pre- pare for his sunliner cruise aboard the bargue "Eagle", which sails for Nantucket Aug. 17. Laurie has taken advantage of every spare moment, while here. visiting friends in Shclton, Grapcview, Se- attle and Tacoma, He celebrated his 20th birthday Sunday at his grandparent's Mr. and Mrs. Ivar Opdal, on Lake Lucenle with his family including grandmoLbcr, Mrs. Charles Sonlers of Seattle joining in the celebration. Larry Lutz had a, special thrill on his 15th birthday, Monday when hc received a long-distance phone call from brother Doug in Belle Chassc, La. Doug, who called from his uncle George Lutz's home, has pans to stay in the east to in "Christmastown, U.S.A.", 8helton, Washington Pioneer School )Harstine Island Resident is Tn nn00n 00on! 9 gn00ni!00lbed With Heart Attack "  "'IV"'" l" -='lV ===-" a.l.ten(l school this fall. Larry ccl- brated with his family at his Grapcview honlc with the help of grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Er- nie Blair of Allyn. Incidentally, Fred Lutz is much in]proved after his recent surgery at Vancouver Veteran's Hospital from which he was released last \\;¥ednesday A wonderful week's vacation at camp ended for Donnie Pogreba Saturday when his folks picked him up and brought him home. The Deception Pass :Methodist church camp on Whidbey Island will be long-remembered by Don- hie since it was his first experience at camp and he made so nlanyj new friends there. Good weather and good fellowship prevailed and made it. difficult to say goodbye, but parents Don and Shirley and sisters Susie and Janie were hap. py to welcome him home. GOOD CltEER mingled with a bit of nostalgia Saturday evening at Eke and Ann Eacretts' Stretch Island SUlnlner honle "vhen Mr. and Mrs. Don Pennebera were feted with a fond fare-well party in- [he form .of a potluck supper. Co-hostess was Mrs. Harold Retz- man and, in addition to the Retz- roans and Eacretts, guests enjoy- ing the delicious-outdoor supper followed by a rousing game of Samba were Mr. and Mrs. Ray Uhly, :Mr. and Mrs. Walter Eckert and, of course, Mr• and :Mrs. Pen- nebera. Since it was Ray Uhly's birthday and just past Don Penne- bera's birthday, the thoughtful hostess provided a birthday cake and candles,-each celebrant cut- ting his ownhalf. Richard and Carol Okonek, with tiny daughter Chert Lynne, spent last weekend away from their Ta- coma home, visiting for awhile on Saturday with Richard's folks, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Okonek. Robert Spooner took Monday to join his 4-H Builders members at the new Mason County fair grounds in order to construct a "ball throwing" booth which will be sponsored by the Builders dur- ing fair time, Aug. 23-25. Meanwhile, our 4-H Barnacles • I are malting plans for their falrl entries. A meeting was held for members Tuesday afternoon at the home of leader Mrs. Jubic Hicks• Visitors from Everett to the Art Zehe home last weekend were Art's folks, Rev. and Mrs. Fred- crick Zehe, who brought daughter Mrs. Carl Winn and youngsters Susan and Ralph. They are visiting the west coast from St. Paul, I Minn. Sunday dinner celebrated the Art Zehc"s 19th wedding an- I niversary. Mrs. Vinn's young son was th{'illed to catch his first fish Sunday, and another firs1 came on Monday when the fam- ily made an excursion to the pop- ular ocean beachcs. Mr. and Mrs. Orin Soule were delighted Sunday to welcome cou- sins, Mr:: and ]VIrs. Kelly Snyder of Craigmont Ida., and their son John of Renton with friend Miss Mary Anderson of Kent. Not often baying the opporlmlity to visit together, they fully enjoyed din- her and watching the Seafair Tro- phy races and none seemed to nlind too much the inclement wea- ther which ruled out boating. THERE'S certainly no short- age of youngsters these days at r the John Gurney SUlnmer cottage, north of the Treasure Island bridge with son Bill and his wife Norlna with their son David vacationing here from Hartford; Conn. They plan to leave Thursday for home. Grandsons John and Bobby Gurn- have also been visiting here since Aug. 7. Surprise drop-in g-nests for Mrs. Russ ¢rells last Friday afternoon were former Navy friends from San Diego, Mr. and Mrs. Verie Rice who were on a driving vaca- tion and so short of time they were unable to wait to see Russ. Journal Want Ads Pay For New Session By Betty Ann Shero (Held over from last week because of lack of space) PIONEER .... Pioneer school will epen its door Sept. 3 to begin the 1963-64 school year• As yet the Pioneer school board has not of- ficially announced the faculty memlJers for the coming year. Harry Turner of Issaquah, fath- (Held over from last week because of lack of space) By I)oncttc Glascr HARSTINE .... Islanders were extremely sorry to hear that Nels Baunsgard has had to be hospital- ized with a heart attack and ex- pects to be home in about 10 days• He's at Shelton General so how about sending him a card. Wednesday the R. L. McCullochs were dimler guests of the James Lohrers. High lights of the evening er of Mrs. Elsie VanderWal died besides Naomas wonderful dinner, birthday. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Simmons, Mr. and Mrs. A1 Pridham, Mrs Mabel Baunsgard, Mrs. Beulah Bassendale and Mr. Brouming. AL AND IIONICA Pridham again this year invite their neigh- hers and friends to come and see their magnificent display of glads• Helen and Gunner Johnson have had their nephew Harvey of Eu- gene, Ore. visiting them this sum- mer. Helen says the end of the berry season is very near. Once more over the patch and they will r, " , 1 r ..... v, as playing Bocce. ast "4 ednesday of mjurles recew-  ...... . •  Tne teorge wangenns ox ed m a fall off a hay wa,on He xn RR ",.ron', ,'MH " Point 71lson are proudly announ- " ]r 2",:5.'.Z "': .................. /cing the birth of a grandson named , -ttLll.y I.LalIIIIIt)IIU 1 Ill. Lli , .... , __ __ , • • epnan. Tne baby was born m Shetton General Hospital where I ......... - r . t-:amino, UallI. l-'rou(1 parents are she had underaone surgerx last l ........ iv ............ I tl e wan,ms aaughter Joan and x rltzas, .... bet s nope sne Is uonle ....... Hal Hughs The Wangehns son soon anti is ieelmg ime.  . ' ..... 'nto C',rnnro held it nn |tseorge Jl" alia Ialnlly nave been The A, ........... , ..e....s ....- ,. " . .' tlansfetred and now live m Colo nual picnic last Sunday amid the[ . " " • ado thnnderstorm and showers at the[ 7: ........... • / nnma and rvze wmgert nave Chve Tro's There was a odd tl,rn,, -,)' ,,,o,: .....  ..... g o [ just retrained from a four-day tFip , .... It(> EastelT Washington While ill have a ood t,,. ' . . " .....  _, .............. ] Roslyn the,r vmlted former Island rttUelLL % ISILOr Ill Lne Jack ne- I  . - . - .x ..... • - ;:::cn00l teacner lxacnael urooKs be through. ., The Andy Stamborskys enjoyed a visit from their son and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Knauss and their two sons of Seattle. ]BILL AND LAURA Carouthers and family of Seattle spent Sun- day visiting the R. L. McCullochs. Of particular interest to Islanders is that Mel Carouthers is in the re home were the Dave .Crane's Cal0mbo. They'also visitedthe H.' of San Luis Obispo, Calif•, the Chuck Schwabs of Steilacoom, the Glenn Austin family of Chehalis, and Mrs. Claude Brenemat of Cas- tle Rock. THE AL JONES family just re- turned from one camping trip to Lower Lena and now are making plans to leave on a two week camping trip to the Cascades• Mr. and Mrs. Bob Ristine are the proud parents of a baby girl born Aug. 7 in the Shelton Gener- al Hospital. The new one was nanled Shannon Lee and she weighed in at eight pounds, six ounces. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Barnes of Deer Creek and Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Ristine of Shelton. h Harry Hamilton burned his ands quite badly in a bucket of tar when he slipped and fell while tarring the roof of one of their buildings Aug. 9. A POST WEDDING shower was held in the home of Mrs. Albert Diekgieser a week ago for Mrs. Albert Dickgieser, Jr. Hostesses for the affair were Mrs. Ed Bun- nell and Miss Chris Bunnell. Many nice gifts were received by the honoree. The shower cake was baked and decorated by Mrs• Bun- nell. Games were played by the guests, which included Mrs: James Howarth, Lea Younglove, Mary Lou Hughes, Della Vik, Lucille Vander\\;¥al, Andy Vander\\;Val, Jane Elliason, Virginia Dickinson Dorothy Dahlgren, Doris Auseth and the Valley family• The Agate Grange held its rcg, u]ar meeting last Friday night and tw6 new members received their obligations. They were Mr. and Mrs. Chet Chapman of Agate. Brad and Scott Shero were chosen to go to tbe Grange Youth Camp the week of Aug. 18 at Panhandle Lake. Andy VanderWal and Rita McArthur were the hostesses for the supper hour. Beams, former Islanders now liv- ing in Seattle. SUNDAY FORMER Island res- ident Mrs. Crissie Seekings, now living in Tacoma, brought her two cousins visiting her from England out to Harstine for a visit with the H. A. Glasers. The cousins are school teachers and will leave soon for Vancouver and Montreal and will arrive back in England prior to the opening of school there. Monday aftelmoon Mr. and Mrs. Erik Christensen entertained at a coffee hour at their home hon- oring Erick's sister, Miss Johanna Christensen. Johanna has been in the United States since May and left Tuesday via the Polar Route for Dennlark, tier honle. Those at- tending the coffee hour were the misters and mesdames James Loh- rcr, Sid Baunsgard, Lawrence Martin, John Peterson, Vic Mink- ler, Oak Adams, Harold Brown, Florences' brother and sister-in- law, the John Snliths of Belview, and her sister and brother-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Basil of Se- attle. A very pleasant jomney, Johanna, from all your many friends in the United States and Mason County in particular. Saturday evening Mr. and ]V[rs. Sid Baunsgard were honored on their wedding anniversary and to add to the occasion it was Mary's IN POLICE COURT Appearing ou the docket in Shell.on Police Court Monday night before Judge Rolls Halbert were Juanita Lewis, no valid op- erator's license, $12 forfeit; Bruce R. Hanley, furnishing liquor to minors, I0 days in jail, suspena- ed; WiUard Moffatt, minor in pos- session and consuming liquor, I0 days in jail; Paul "vVheaton, speed- ing, $I0 fine, suspended; Terry L. Gutafson, sPeeding, $12 forfeit. paratroops and is home on 30 days leave• He is being transferred to Hawaii for two years. Mel brought her girl friend Toni and her par- ents Mr, a  ..rris out to the Isldn}i and th;"zmmediately fell in love with Harstine ariel its scenic beauty. I The Paul Chaffees son Evnie ad Alma and little Marilee and D' vid of Vancouver spent the week-I end with his folks• David and another grandson Pierre Radelet are spending a week here with grandpa and grandma. Jim Simmons and his friend A. G. Tieaman, who is band director at North Central high in Spokane are spending some time here vis- iting Jim's folks, the Gordon Sim- mons. Tile boys went fishing at Westport but report no salmon, although they did get some bottom fish. Glenn and Carmen Yates and children spent the weekend in Se- a.ills visiting friends and relatives. On the way home they stopped in Tacoma and visited Mr. and Mrs, i Joe (Jewel Pinard) Dorring and children. II You're INVITED to the SALMON BAR-B O SUNDAY, AUG. 25th at Union Masonic Temple on Beautiful Hood Canal Watch it cooked Eat it there Take it home Come as you are-- in the boat, in the car. Dinners Served from 11 AoM. to 7 P.M. Donations to Temple Improvement Adults $2. Kids $1. The cherrystonc clanl, a small growth slate of the norLhern quahog, is a delicious morsel. Un- like other clams, it seldom is load- ed with sand. The reason ? It alone has an extra fold in the mantle (the nlembrane lying next to the shell). The fmnous Saint Bernard dogs, used for threc centuries in the Swiss Alps for finding"10st pedpI," are being bred no more by monks. A victinl of modern-day technof ogy, the king sized canines have been replaced by helicopters, which don't carry a keg of brandy. 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