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PAGE  I-IELTON--MA0N COUNTY JOURNAT--Published in Ch, ristma,tow, i. U.(J.A. ", Shelton. Washington Fawn And Dog At Lilliwaup Roam And Play Together By Virginia Allison LILLI\\;VAUP -- "The Fawn be- longs to lhe dog", the Simmons boys told me at Eagle Creek ranch. Flame. the yearling, was discover- ed by Penny, the beagle-boxer, who knew an orphan wilen she saw ()no. They are constant com- panions: when the fawn wants to loam Penny accompanies her: when she wants to rest Penny and she nap together, trustfully close. These are the deer and the dog sometimes seen together far out on the Lideflats where the tourists are gathering clams. "Flame stays mostly around the ranch" said Mrs Kenneth "Bud" Simmons mother of the boys, "but comes inside the house if we leave the door ()pen looking for cigar- (,ties. a "food" the tourists have taught her to lLke." Seizing the opportunity to learn whether deer have both uppers and lowers iwe'd heard they have only one set) the boys and I attempted to open her month, and then to tempt her with candy. But 1he fawn kept the facts a closed, mouth secret. AN UNITSUAL OUTCOME to a smelting trip occured when four WE NEVER TAKE PEOPLE FOR GRANITE Please pardon the pun, but it illustrates an important point about our way of doing business: we give individual attention to planning each and every family's insurance. If you feel your present insur- ance is being handled in a casual way, call us. You'll like our P.S., Personal Serv;- Angle Agency Herb Angle Angle Bldg. Dick Angle 426-8272 ,AEI'NA ASUALI"Y AND SURETY COMPANY HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT well-known Hood Canal couples, the Haines. Lees. Schauflers and the Martins. drove to Kalalock. where they made a record catch h good wethe.r. Coidera,bte ex- eriion was required on the quarter mile uphill trail to the beach, which was scarcely noticed in the general enjoyment of the outing. That night, however. Dick Schauf- let recognized the cramps in arms and chest as a coronary attack and was l'Oml?tly driven to a hospital for treatment. His sister. Mrs. Lee, who felt lf during the afternoon of the ip tept or for several days with regular actiVities until Mr. Lee becoming :uneasy about her condition took her to their physician, who prescrkbed a month of rest as she also had had a coronaxy at:ae] The sequel, both are convalescing, Mrs. Lee the more slowly. Tlie moral: ff and xhen these symptoms arrive, an immediate ctck up may prevent permanent hdart damage. "IT'S THE UNEXPECTED tha puts spice irate life", exclaimed Mrs. Edward Fllong as she told about 'new Triends she and her husband hat mate. Arrested by a sign readirg, "Australian Shells" travellers dropped in aL the Drift- wood to asceqzain whether the proprietors were themselves Aus- tralians, and remained for a de- lightful weekend. There was room and to spare for the custom-built van, the "Dianke" n which the strangers from East Central Africa were Iravelling Mr. and. Mrs, Kenneth Heaton-Vatson with daughter Di- anne. TV personalities, who have been on the. road and the oceans for a period of four years. Mr. Heaton-Watson who ffXows coffee on a thousand-acre plantation in Tanganra, stated that the secret in making good coffee is to grind only one quarter cup at a time so that it is always fresh coffee. Mrs. Furlong, fearful o not meeting this high standard, seiced only tea. The "Dianke" Carries 450 gal- leries of fresh water, a prerequisite of travel in many conntries. Ke- sene i used for lights and fuel, coal oil being a universal fuel. The ,HeaIon-Watsons have mo- tored through much of Africa and India. over the Burma Road. have spent a. year exploring Australia, then on to Eng'lad, Canada and now the United States. Dianne who is tutored each day from 6 to 9 a.m., speaks three languages and though only ine years old, her general knowledge tests out at high school level. These world travellers who eag- erly mapped (nit the trip the Fur- loffgs will take when vsiting their bachelor son Val, who lives in Australia. are now.headed South Hi Heighbors Heres a Little REMINDER! We have a NEW PHONE NUMBER 426-3344 ELTON - , , , , at the beginning of a grand tour of thin country. STETSON RESORT has now become Stetson Beach Tracts. Inc.. subdivided and plat.ted by :Mr. Roy Sawhill. engineering instructor at the University of Washington, and by Robert Dunn of Seattle. "There are now 39 members owning lots" said Prof. Sawlfill who likes sta- tistics "with an average of three and one-half children per resi- dence." Six Boeing engineers have located beyond the Sawhills to the South. Mrs. Alice Dielle. of Shel- ton. is fartherest to the north. While many of the original ca- bins remain A's and other modern designs are going up. Even the approach has changed, those three dangercus curves eliminated and replaced by a stretch of new high- way. Watchman service protects Stetson folks from vandalism. The big influx of t:allers at Wavfield's, RestrWhile Park. ]ike's Beach and Beacon Point, i due in part. we were told, to the onelusion of the airstream cara- ushers tour .oaf Western Canada Aug. 20. The Airtreams (alumi- num ) are now on the move along the highways of our Northwest. The Iumpies (pinks) now coming up I4ood Canal, are. of course, a big drawing attraction. MR. A'D MRS. JOSEPH Peter- son formerly of California, resi- dents of Beacon Point for several years, have purchased the Garden Resort Motel from Mr. and Mrs. Arthur W. Kraus of Potlatch. The move will take place sometime in September. The Petersons, "Pete" and Betty, will be greatly missed bv their present neighbors in the Triton Head area. Their new neighbors will be Mrs. James T. Greely and the K. A. Chapmans. Mrs. John Cochrane of Helena, Mont.., brought Pam and Scott to visit their grandparents, :Mr. and Mrs. Bill Everett of Long- wood :Beach. while she went house- hunting in Seattle. Mr, Cochrane, of Helena, Mont., brought Pam and Scott to visit their grandparents Mr. and :Mrs. Bill Everett of Long- wood Beach. while she went house- hunting in Seattle. Mr. Cochrane, employed by the Borden Company is about to be .transferred from Helena to Seattle. The search was successful and the Cochranes are ettling into their new home. "Now we can visit oftener!" say Pare and Scott, who like everything about Hood Canal. 'Mrs. Charlotte lIcAuley of Ana- heim, daughter of the late Walter A. Jensen, with her two sons are ;pending a second week with :Mrs. ],vva Jensen. Gary and Richard enjoyed having their first cousin;' Jerr)r Jensen, as a companion on this vacation trip. Jerry lives in Spokane, which was formerly the home of the Jensens. SUNDAY GUESTS aL the home of Mr. and :Mrs. George Moake were Mr. ar/d Mrs. Orville Kaker :ff Grapeview and :Mr. and Mrs, Bill lVloldenhauer of Bremerton. After dinner all droves to Nordland $o call on l!r. and Mrs. Norman Smith who keep busy raising 9,000 chickens, and grading 3.000 eggs daily. Mrs. Motke, Mrs. Kager and hiPS. :Moldenhauer are all Junior Past Matrons of Eastern Star. Faith and Lewis Evans spent or"hat they call an idle vacation-- just a eo'upte of days at Ocean Shelves ., a visit to the new Seattle Center, and a week in Tacoma with daugler Sharon Wal]l and her family. In a return visit the Wahl's a'l'e now re-uphotering he Evans living room furniture, a hobby they enjoy practicing. TEN T,aALES of pinochle were played at the Lilliwaup Commun- ity Hall on Friday evening, Aug. 23. 1Ceil Vance held 1500 pinochle. "This happens to me every 13 years", he said. "Mrs. Vance and joined the club 13 years ago, and that first year I held the same meld !" High scores were won by Evelyn Nicholson and Oran Lee; second high by Louise Hartman and F. S, .McIntre. Double pinochle prizes i i For Your Home --- Economical, Practical PROTECTIVE OUTDOOR ILLUHINATIOH For only a few cents a night you can light Up your front yard and driveway, you can install a modern efficient light near your house or garage, youcan banish the darkness around your patio or recreational area. the peace of mind you realize if your property is effectively illuminated after dark. Visualize YOUR home with one or more of these modern, efficient lights. Think of Here's What You Get: * An efficient and modern lighting lumi- naire designed for all outdoor areas. * A built*in photoelectric-cell which turns on the light as darkness approaches and turns it off next morning automatically. All brackets and-hardware necessary for complete installation, * All electric power used during the oper- ation of the light. Free maintenance and replacement of burned out bulbs. The Low Cost Will Surprise :YI Get Details Today From MASON OUNTY:P,U:D. No. S JACK COLE TOM WEBB ED TAYLOR JERRY SAMPLES President Vice President . Seoretary Manager i lul  i k " fell to Esther Christiansen and F. S. Mclntvre. Major Lee And- Pus held the iucky door prize num- ber. The next games will be held on Sept..6 at 8 p..m. Mrs. Evelyn Nieholson brought a guest from Port Angeles to the party, Mrs. Hazel Petersen. Both are Grand Officer, in Amaranth. Another guest of the evening was Mrs. Darwin Lambier of Benton City, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roland "Willson. The Villsons have not: only this daughter and children staying with them but also her friend, Mrs. Richard Keid with her three child- en. Mrs. Lambier and Mrs. Reid are to be joined by their husbands for a weekend on the Cnal, then all will return to get the children ready for school. Mrs. Maybella Willson casually remarked that she had gathered nd canned 45 pints of Chantrelle umhrooms- " TIlE ENERGETIC Emmet L Oli- vers have spent about a month at the Triton Head home they de- siged; long enough to finish the interior and long enough for a re- union with the Arne Johnsens of Shelton. EmmetL and Arne attend- ed high school together in South Bend, and later both taught in Sheltofi's high school, so the fam- ilies have long been friends. 0liver. who is Commanding offi- cer in his unit of the active re- ,erve Coast Guard retraced to California ahead of the family in (.rder to serve his required an- nual time. Mrs. Oliver presided ov- er a house party for some of daughter Marylin's Shelton friends ---Patsy Wolfe, Barbara Johnsen, Judy Smith an(1 Lind Simrry, dur- ing the third week in August. Soon it will be back to school for all the'Oliver& since Mr. and Mrs. Oliver both teach. M:RS. A.LLIE J-IL is having a birthday on Friday, Sept. 6, always a gala event. This year she will be 96 years old. Open house fl'om 2 to 5 p.m. will celebrate the event at the residence of her son and dughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. L. K. Webb on the Hamma Ham- ma. Good weather has been or- dered for this VeT special occa- sion. The family requests that guests do not bring gifts. It is estimated that the salmon barbeeue held at the Masbnlc hall in union accomplished its purpose of paying for the materials in the new roof over Lodge No. 27. Vol- unteers worked long and hard to make the project a success, among then] the indoor cooks the Fred Martins, the Des Haines and oth- ers. Out-of-doors the barbecue ex- pert was Larry Scheel, his as- gistants Harland Blake. Curtiss Grout, and Dr. Fritz Wilbur. Members of the Garden Club are reminded that the September picnic usually held at Skokomish State Park has been cancelled. Mrs. Lois Pierce president of tim club. states the meeting will be held instead at the Potlatch club House on Thursday, Sept, 5 at 11 a.m: ........... Phone in you" news. Dial 877- 5371. Mason County ResidentsChange Homes Less Ofle, NEW YORK (Special) -- What proportion of Mason County's pop- ulation onsists of people who came from other sections of the country to live there? Compared with people else- where, hove often do local resi- dents pick up and move ? According .to figures released by the Government, some 6,055 per- sons now living in the county yame to the local area from other stat- es. This influx was ffset to an ex- tent by local residents who moved away at one Lime or other. No d,e- tails on this are givers. THE GREAT BLK of ason County's population, however 59.5 percent of it. is made up of people who were bon in the gen- eral area and who have chosen to stay there. ElSewhere throughou the Pa- cific States, only 45.7 percent still live in the state where they were born. In the State of WashLngton, only 50.6 percent aro native. Details on the movement of population, covering all parts of the United States, are based on an analysis of data gathered dur- ing the last census. The results have just been released by the Department of Commerce. They show that about nine out of 10 persons in the country, not counting children under the age of one, have moved at least once in their lifetime. Within a period of five years alone, it iS found, nearly half the people n the United States swit- ched to other houses. MASON COUNTY'S population appears to be on the move lesS frequently than is the case in most parts of the country. The length of stay in the same house is longer than average. The figures indicate that some 6.(}90 local residents moved to other houses in the five-year per- iod, most of the changes begin wi00tco re tl ed 4'/.5 percent of the polulation, excluding those under [he age of five, who don't do much moving. This compares With a moving rate of 56.7 percent in the Pacific States as a whole and 52.2 percent in the State of Washington. Why do people move? A num- ber of reasons are given. In many cases it is due to the fact that the family has grown and needs more space. Under other circumstances, smaller quarters are desired. Often, the reasons are dollars and cents ones. Better business or job opportunities may lure peo- ple away. lO [ the federal LIVE BETTER ELEGTR ,ALLY governmentFr over 30hasYearSbeen deeply  volved in agriculture. Estim i i cost of farm programs has been $3.5 to $5 billion a year. ThllrdaY, P&G 50AP BAR BARGAINS ZEST SOAP 2 BARS BARS CAMAY SOAP 2 iVORY SOAP 3 0o00. 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