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PAGE ]4 Dayton Family Cd/ed To Montana By Act'ic/ent; Illness Of Re/ative By Mabel Kidd DAYTON ..... Mr. and Mrs. Ger- ald Needham of Dayton Peak. Mr. and Mrs. Carl A. Nelson and Mrs. Elzy Clella.nd and daughter of She]ton were called to Havre, Mont.. last week because of an accident to their brother. Robert Vylasek who had a back injury and double pneumonia. They stay- ed several days until he was im- proved. A smprise birthday party was held on Friday in the Cloquallum home of Mrs. Albert LeGault St. honoring Mrs. LeGault and her two year old granddaughter. Sar- ah Chappell. Guests were Mrs. "#alter Chappell and children, Mrs. Albert LeGault Jr, Mrs. C. L. Anderson, and Mrs. Wan'on Cart and children, Geraldine Needham arrived home from Pelican, Alaska, on Friday afternoon after a summer vacation with her sister and ram- i nnl luumiuuaw, TV SETS FOR RENT Don't Miss the Fun and Entertainment of Television I taIL is CIE0; S: brl TAYLOR :RADIO 4th & Cota 426-6602 i i i ' " ' ' I ily, the C. N. Aliens. Mr. and Mrs. Alan Ford at- tended tile dog- show held Sat- urday at Renton and showed their Australian Terriers. Charley and Jenny Wren. Charley won first and reserve, and Jenny Wren a third in her class competing against her two sisters. MR. AND MRS. CLIFF Combs and sons entertained at a birth- day party on Tuesday evening honoring houseguests Debra and Donna Renfro on their 11th birth- day. Guests were mother. Mrs. Tommy Jones. Gardena. Colo., Mr. and Mrs. Manley Michler and sons, Mr. and Mrs Clyde Michler. Olym- pia, Joe Frisbee of Bremerton. :Johnny and Sharon Renfro. Mr. and Mrs, John Rock and children. On Thllrsday the group all gath- ered in Olympia and enjoyed a cookout, Then on Sunday they were all together in the Comb's home for dinner with Skip Strobel of Bremerton as an added guest. Encamped at Panhandle Lake 4-H camp this week are 135 Grange young people from differ- ent parts of the state. Mrs. J. C. Tibbits and children of Chehalis spent Friday night and Saturday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dell Adams. Mrs. Mary Buchanan of Shelton called on Mrs. Gertrude Scot t Sun- day. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Stoner are enjoying a visit from her sister, Mrs." Mary Davis of Sheridan, Wyo. who has been staying with a bro- ther and his wife. Mr. and Mrs. Earl King of Panlsbo. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. Save Thousands On PRE.4]UT SOI.ID OEOAR HOMES WINDSOR 3 Spacious Bedrooms ,, o. ......... '7621]00=------- Basic Pkg. Price F.O.B. Bellevue HUNDREDS OF MODELS TO CHOOSE FROM, OR BRING IN YOUR OWN PLANS - VACATION - RESIDENTIAL - RENTAL Meets FHA Requirements , GEDAR HOMES 2511 - 116th NE. BELLEVUE, WN. VA 2-2245 See , : TRAVIS FISK :' 718 - EUCLID, SHELTON I ,4m..=.em== m --===llNaeaul= "=mm'w=ml=aa.m== ===mlmie===um.,, Send This Ad To Bellevue For FREE Brochure I Would Like Your Representative to schedule an appointment [-] At Your Bellevue Offi.e [] At My Home 1963 Cedar Homes Manufacturing Corporation IMPORTANT SI-IgLTON MAff0N COITNTY JOURNAI- Published in " 'o Cb,z.,tma.to.., TT..A.', helton. Wa,hington Smoley Says: A fire prevention lesson for everyone! and Mrs. A. E. Lemke were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Loitz of Ketchi- kan, Alaska. a nephew of Mrs, Lemke, and parents, Mr, and Mrs. Charles Loitz, Shelton. Mr, and Mrs. Robert Lemke and children Seattle, and Mr. and Mrs, Cecil McLain and family of Che- halls attended the reception on Saturday evening in honor of their grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Chas, Loitz on their 50th wedding anni- versary. SUNDAY EVENING callers in the Walter Chappel] home were Mr. and Mrs. Bill Wright of Mat- lock. On Saturday evening, Mr. and Mrs. Archie Kelley of Matlock were drop-in callers. Caroline C%appell spent a few days in Shelton with cousins. Ca- soy and Butch Carr and then they stayed Thursday night and Friday in the Chappell home. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Pete Roberts were Mr. and Mrs. Ben Williams and children of Loot Lake. The James Hickson family were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. William Rietdorf. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Tronp and family of Seattle were Saturday and overnight gnlests of Mr. and Mrs, Dell Adams. On Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Leter Adams and child- ren of Tacoma visited. Mrs. A. E. Lemke and daughter, Mrs, Kenneth Wolden of Shelton motored to Seattle on Monday and spent the day with Mrs. Arthur Woldeh. Steve Anderson of Cloquallum spent a few days with his sister, Mrs. Walter Chappell. VEARL BENNETT of Seattle spent the weekend with his sister, Mrs. Alma Baker. Mrs, Larry Goldsby and child- ren of Shelton visited Monday morning with Mrs. Walter Chap- poll Joe Brown Jr. participated in the beef and livestock judging at the Elma fair. Mrs. Estelle MeGhee of Union md MarLin Townsend and Josette Townsend. Shelton were Saturday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mer- lin Rickrds and family. Mrs. Merlin Rickards and child- ren visited the Calvin Byrds of Skokomish Valley on Thursday. SCHOOL BUILDING--This Journal photo shows Center near Shelton. The structure will house many one corner of the mssive school building now classrooms and a library. under construction at the Washington Correction News From Lake Nahwatzel A week ago last Monday ),Ir. and Mrs. Archie Kelley's son. Dav- id left by airplane from Sea-Tac Airport for Pennsicola. Fla. where he is stationed with the Air Force. Mrs. Kelley and daughter, Bet- Ly spent a few days last week in Seattle at the home of Yrs. Kel- ley's sister, Yrs. Clara Pearsall. Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Hector Barbour last Wednesday were Mrs. John Patten and children and Mrs. Ralph Rothrock and childrenof E1- ma. SUNDAY DINNER guests at the Barbour home were Mr, and Mrs. Everett Sellers of Brady. Visiting that evening was Mrs. Betty LaGarde and Herb McClut- chen of Shelton. Mrs. J. B. M'cClanahan of Shel- ton and Mrs. Frank Cooper en- joyed shopping in Tacoma last Thursday. Sunday dinner guests at the Cooper home last Sunday were Mr. and Mrs J, B. McClanahan of Shelton, anclAheir granddaugh- ter. and husband. Mr. and MrL.,AI P, owe of Tacoma Try A Journal Want Ad ANNOUNCEMENT! Effective this coming September I YOUR GAS WILL COST LESS IN SHELTON SAVINGS OF MORE THAN 50% ON MOST FUEL BIpLS OUR PRESENT CUSTOMERS WILL GO INTO EFFECT ON THAT DATE This is important news for everyone in Shelton within reach of Gas Service BECAUSE YOU CAN NOW TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THIS SUPERIOR AND ECONOMICAL FUEL WITHOUT DELAY For full information about lhe many advantages of Natural Gas (soon 1o arrive) we suggest you contact our Shell. office al 122 Soulh 3rd SI, or . phone 426 8433 I:A$1:ADE NATURAL GAS CORPORATION Matlock Families Entertain Friends And Relatives In Homes (Held over from last week because of lack of space) By Dora Hearing MATLOCK -- This community was saddened to learn of the sud- den death of Mrs. Marie Meek of Olympia Saturday afternoon. She passed away in her car in Olwn- pia. She was raised here on a farm and was the daughter of the late Mr. arrl Mrs. Carl Spalding. We extend our sympathy to her fam- ily. The Riverside Ladies Club en- tertained the Matlock. Ladies Club at a wonderful picnic dinner at Schafer State Park recently. MRS. AUGUSTA Portman and Carl Portman accompanied by Mr: and Mrs, L. D. Portman attended the Golden Wedding Anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Gone Toylor at at Progress Grange Hall Aug. 11. Mr. and Mrs. James Chm'chill and family of Shell;on spent Sun- day evening with Mrs. Augusta Po'rtman and Carl Portman. Mr. an,3 Mrs. Edward Valley and David Valley called at the Charles LBrec home Saturday evening. Denise Ballard spent Saturday visiting Mrs. Harold Clift. Mrs. Augusta Portman and Carl Portman and Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Portman called on Mr. and Mrs. Richard Matson Sunday af- ernoon. MR. AND 51S, EARL Cash and daughter Holly Jean of Ever- ett and Mike, Diane and Linda Chamberlin of Alderwood Manor were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Max Cash. IV[r. and Mrs. George Alden of California are houseguests this week of Mr. and Mrs. Max Cash Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Firrsman of Salem. Ore.. called at the E1- vin Hearing home Sunday. Mrs. Firrsman was the former Bess Thompson and taught school here in 1916. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Spaulding of Skokomish spent Sunday eve- ning with Mr. and Mrs. Elvin Hearing. MR. AND MRS. Arthur Sharp and family of Olympia. the Larry Chamberlin family of Shelton were Wednesday evening dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lud Rossmaier. lr. and Mrs. Lovette of Van- eouver were weekend guests of their son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Duane Lovette. Mrs. Orpha Rader and her granddaughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Paul \\;V. Payne. all of Seattle were dinner guests Sat- urday of their cousins. Mr. and Mrs. I. C. Ford. Mrs. J. I=L Single- ton also had dinner with them. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Singleton of Bremerton and the LeRoy Boothe family of Hoquiam were Sunday guests at the I C. Ford home vis- ited Mrs. J R. Singleton. 511l. AND MILS, PAUI, John- ston and son of Elma spent Sat- urday at the Herbert Brehmeyer Sr. home. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Caulfield and family of Shelton were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fred rabtree. Mr. and Mrs, James Rossmaier and family of Shelton and Mrs. Paul Rossmaier and son Rieky were Sunday dinner guests of l{r. and Mrs. Lud Rossmaier, ?,h'. and Mrs. Lud 12ossmaier spent Saturday with the formcr's folks. The Lud Rossmaier Srs. of Rochester and to help them do some painting. Mrs. Harold Cliff and Mrs. F. E. Hewson and her daughter Mrs. Parker and son Happy of Olym- pa spent two days camping at Iron Springs near Copalis last \\;reek Mrs. Shirley Holman and fa- mily of Shelton visited Mr. and Mrs. Ihrdd Cliff 3onday. THE CAIIL GOODBUIIN family of Shelton called on their folks t!le Lud Rossmaiers Wednesday evening. Mrs Andrew MeGarvie and daugNer Nancy largret attend- ed the horse show at Parkland Sunday :nd visited the former's sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. Geiger of Parkland Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Brehmey- er Jr., and family spent Friday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Ray Kimmerly of Shelton. Yellow jackets around the lake cottage or country home may be controlled or. at least partly so- with fish. Suspend a skinned fish over a pail half full of water. These stingers are gluttonous ov- er fish and will gorge until fligl-t is impossible--and they drop into the pail to drown. Journal Want Ads Pay IO% SAVING ON ROOF COATINGS I How are you fixed for weather protection? Right now i  you can save 10oo on a full line of Chevron and Standard I / Roof ng Products primer, aint plastic cement, can- / vas water-proofing," asbestos p, aluminum and asphalt i base coatings.., for all types of roofs as well as struc- i tural steel, brick and concrete masonry. N 1 Rigid outdoor and laboratorytests insure reliable, long- I lasting protection. Sale ends August 31st. i ForonySfondordOilproduct, call  i B C, G, ,ODE & SON OF ..................... Mat/oc00 grange Discusses Booth At Meeting Last by Dora Hearing I MR. AND M MATLOCK .... The Mary M. IBrehmeyer Jr. Knight School starts next .ed- / the weekend at nesda', Aug. 28. The buses will friends. run tile regular time and it will James Avery be a full day of school. The new Air Force Base students can register the first day. hence on Parents won't need to come with the month them. Hot lunches will be served Norlen AveryS. the first day of school. Mrs. Earl Mattock Grange held its regu- Tuesday from lar meeting last Friday evening where she and their booth at the Mason her son and County Fair was the main topic, and Mrs. Their dance Saturday night was visited many well attended. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. James Churchill spent the w and son Carl spent Sunday with relatives. Mrs. Augusta Portman and Carl Nancy and Portman. attended the MRS. PAUL ROSSMAIER and Lewis Sunday. son Rickie left for California Fri- Mr. and day afternoon after spending a and Mr. and month with her folks Mr. and and son Mike Ivh's. Ervin Sleeveland. Mrs. A. D. Mr. and Mrs. Lud Rossmaier rag.  -i were Friday evening dinner guests Matlock Ladies of Mr. and Mrs. James Rossmaier its next ::;-,: ,, :i to hel t) their granddaughter cole- postponed it brate her second birthday, of the fair. Lud Rossmaier spent Saturday with his folks in Rochester and then took his folks to Tacoma to KS/g i I* - visit his sister and family. LI'r. and Mrs. Roy Martin o1: Ehna were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Helin. *r_. _ 7- Mr. and Mrs. William Duckwitz nrup Iu of Rochester and Mrs. Hattie Fred- enburg of Olympia were Sunday _ __ dinner guests at the Elvin Hear- 5taLe ing home. Mr .and Mrs. Emil Trier of by Lake Nahwatzel spent Saturday S evening with the Kenneth Howard ing Club family, started out MR. BUNCHO and Terry Elson iekman home of Shelton enjoyed Sunday dinner er's State Pt with Mr. and M'zs. Kenneth How- night and ard. with a mishap Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Helin re- ing on the turned home last week Thursday girl's horse after taking a week's vacation, and the they visited Mr. and Mrs. Harold other gifts t Ellingson and Mr. and Mrs. Sig- Southside rid Ellingson of Oakridge, Oregon bers met a and to Medford, Oregon visiting Catherine Bra relatives and went as far as Cres- with club cent City, Calif. their record Mrs, Augusta Portman and Carl side Eagles Portman spent last week Wednes- booth at day evening with lvrr. and Mrs. all 4-Her's L D. Portman of Shelton. in the Mason MR. AND MRS. GARTH Calk- week. ins and family of Santee, Calif. Dinner spent the past week with the Earl Carl Fzasley Walker family. They also visited and Mrs. many friends in this vicinity, Creek. The LeRoy Boothe family ot FOUR LE Hoquiam spent Sunday at the 1. bers met at C. Ford home. Tyler Boothe re- turned home with them and Diane and Wade Boothe remained to spend this week with their grand- parents. The I. C. Fords and Tyler Boothe at'.ended the Elma Fair Satur- day evening. leader Mrs. served. Clt the fair ies and table Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and grS. Oakville Saturd: PLYMOUTH-VAUANT SHOWROOM PLYMOUTH BEAT 'EM AT WE'LL BEAT 'EM AT RlVt Reach! Reach for your hat and Plymouth-Valiant Dealer's ShowroOm' down time again! Remember the That's when Plymouth beat Ford 8 out of 10 official tests at Riverside, California. Now down the league at retaill Low deals ! 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