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PAGE 10 -A " SHELTON--MASON COUNTY ffOURNAL--Published in "Christmastown, U.S.. , Shelton, Washington Friendship Club At Southside is Planning Picnic Sept. 4 By Mrs. Ray Krateha SOUTHSIDE -- 'l-enship club is having a potluck picnic at the home of Alma Hurst Sept. 4. The last meeting of the club was held at Kneeland Park and Grace XVright and Gertrude Rains were hostesses. Visitor of Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Putvin and Rose Ann was Mrs. LeRoy Kellerman of Lusk, Wyo., who left last week after spending a couple of weeks with the Put- vins. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. Krie- fels. Shells and Cheryl for the TV SETS- FOR RENT Don't Miss the Fun and Entertainment of Television Law is close by TAYLOR RADIO ELEGTRIG 4th & Cota 426-6602 i weekend were Mr. and Mrs. Mike Kriefels and Shawn of Anchor- age, Alaska. Mrs. Jim Tucker and three children of Cloverdale, Ore., Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Kriefels and family of BremerLon; Mr. and Mrs. Ted Ellis and family of Puyallup and Mr. and Mrs. Ron Freeman and family. MIKE KI{IEFELS, son of Mr. and Mrs. T. Kriefels. is in the Air Force and has been stationed at Anchorage, Alaska for the past two years. Visitors of Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Putvin and Rose Ann last week- end were Don and Steve Hansen of Tacoma. Spending the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Putvin and Rose Ann was Kathy Hanson of Taco- nla. SAVINGS BON'I) SALES Sales of U.S. Savings bonds in Mason County during July were $18,557. according Lo L. A. Carl- son. county savings bond chair- man. It is a fine thing to nave abil- ity, but the ability to discover abil- ity in others is the true test. ---Elbert Hubbard Choose Pantorium's CAREFUL CLEANING For Your SCHOOL CLOTHES They'll rate A for Apl)earance (We also make alterations) Free pick-up Mondays thru Fridays. PANTORIUM CLEANERS SERVICE MONDAY THRU FRIDAY 215 S. 2nd Ph. 426-3371 What's Doing . Among Our SERVICEMEN ,F= ============================== Skip A. Hash, fire control tech- nician first class. USN. son of Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Hash of Potlatch, Wash., is serving aboard the guid- ed missile frigate USS MacDon- ough which recently visited Livor- no. Italy, in the course of her pres- ent assig-nment with the Sixth Fleet in the Mediterranean. While in Livorno, MacDonough crewmen helped restore the Insti- tute Maschfie La Mondonnia, a boys' orphanage that had been da- maged by regent fire. Burned schoolrooms were cleaned and painted and furniture was restored. In addition, they distributed toys among the children. MacDonough is an Atlantic Fleet unit normally operating out of Charleston, S.C. Airman Leonard D. Cochran, of Shelton, is being reassigned Lo Keesler AFB. Miss., for technical training as a United States All" Force communications operations specialist after completing his in- itial basic military training at Lackland AFB, Tex. The airman, a graduate of Irene S. Reed high school, is Lhe son of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard T. Coch- ran Shelton. Army Sgt. Harry D. Cook. son of Mrs. Mary L. Cook, Shelton, is one of more than 75.000 armed forces personnel who participated ill Exercise "Swift Strike III". a U.S. Strike Command exercise in Georgia and North and South Car- olina. Sgt. Cook, a squad leader in Headquarters Company, 1st Bat- talion of the 2rid Infantry Divi- sion's 38th Infantry at Fort Ben- ning, Ga., completed basic train- ing at the fort. The sergeant attended Irene S. Reed high school. Daniel W. Pierce, son of Mr. and /rs. Gerald W. Pierce, Union, recently completed nine weeks of basic training at the Naval Train- ing Center, San Diego, Calif., graduating at the weekly Recruit Brigade Review involving some 3,- 000 men. Stale--A00w ar ds-B r-:dge Work Gonlract The State Highway Dept. re- cently awarded a contract for re- pair work on the bridge at the northern tip of Hood Canal on Highway 21 to Sea and Shore Pile Driving Co.. Bellevue. The com- pany's bid for the job was $13,637. The work will take about 45 days to complete. Included is the reconstruction of the existing bridge and paving with asphalt. "Ghrid" Scientist Subject Sunday Farewell Party Held For Minister Of Belfair Baptist Church A Bible Lesson on "Christ Je- sus" will be read in Services Sun- day at the First Church of Christ, Scientist. Golden Text: "God so loved the world, that he gave his only be- gotten Son. that whosoever be- lieveth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life" (John 3:16). Related readings from "Science and Health with Key to the Scrip- tures" by Mary Baker Eddy will include this: "Jesus is the name of the man who. more than all other men, has presented Christ. the true idea of God, healing the sick and the sinning and destroying the power of death" (p. 473). By Crolyn Freelin BELFAIR The many friends of Rev. and Mrs. Milton L. Gire and their family gathered last Sunday afternoon at a farewell re- ception for the Gires, who are mo- ving early in eptember to Aber- deen. For a little more than four years Rev. and Mrs. Gire and Em- ily, Jeannene. and David have been the "first family" of the Bel- fair Community Baptist Church here. Their new home church will be the First Baptist church in Aberdeen. Among those, pouring and serv- ing at Sunday's reception were Mesdames Ivan Holm. C. W. Hen- ningsen. Orville Weeks. Robert Labor Day Dance Planned Saturday Night At Harstine Grange Hall by Donette Glaser HARSTINE Don't forget this Saturday night Aug. 31 is the big Labor Day Dance. Music will be live by the Four Sharps. lV[idnight supper will be served. There .will also be a transistor radio award- led to some lucky person. There will be a return ferry for any ot you mainlanders who would like to attend. Harstine Island Womens Club will resume their regular monthly meetings next Thursday, Sept. 5 at 12:30 p.m. at the home of Mrs. James Lohrer at Point Wilson. Luncheon will be served by the hostess. The new officers Mrs. Larry Jerrells, president, Mrs. Mary Baunsgard, vice-president and Mrs. Jim McAuliffe, Secre- ttry will preside. We Islanders are extremely proud to announce that Mr. and Mrs. A1 Pridham won 90 ribbons at the Mason County Fair. Mon- iaa won first place in the Can- ning division and thirty pounds of sugar. She had 34 entries and won 34 ribbons. She had 17 entries ill Sewing and won 8 blue rib- bons and 9 red ribbons. Also en- tered 17 Floral Arrangements and won 6 blue. 8 red and 2 white rib- bons. In Horticulture they had 21 entries and won 21 ribbons, con- gratulations A1 and Monica. LOIS AND JACK MEEKS have a very happy household this va- c'tion time. Loises sister and nep- hews. Mrs. Gladys Drouilleard and Wayne and Gary are here from Long Beach, Calif. Their cousin Stewart and Audry Langland and Jame Ann from Conova Park. Calif. and friends Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Barron and Randy, Steph- an from Torrence, Calif. Saturday night Mr. and Mrs. ffeorge L. Waite Jr. entertained at a clam bake on Uncle George I[owards beach. Fifty-eight per- sons attended. The Meeks and their guests the Tom Tierneys. I,arlene and Wands Laur will at- tend school in Seattle this year. Edd Waite and Sue Glaser en- ter Junior High in Shelton. Hard sine,Scho0l wilt however gain two iew students. Marc and Randy C ilaser formerly of Tacoma. Marc will enter the second grade with Mike Glaser and Randy will join Vincent Glaser and Pat Glaser. and Lorna Saeger m the fourth grade and Jan Saeger and Bill Waite will enter the fifth grade. Mrs. Dorothy Green will be our teacher again this year. THE GEORGE WANGELINS bad as their guests this weekend Mr. and Mrs. Osborne Crandall of Vader. Naoma and Jim Lohrer enter- rained members of Naoma's fami- 1.r this weekend with a salmon bake on their lovely beach aL Point VVilson. Those attending were The Dale Everettes and three chil- dren: Ehna Sparling and Mary Lynn Sparling and Dick Hoberg all of Seattle and Mr. and Mrs. Vern Engwalls of Vancouver. On Sunday they were joined by Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Sammons and daughters of Portland and Nao- mas mother Mr. and Mrs. Dix Batcheller of Olympia for a fam- i?y dinner honoring Mrs. Batch- oiler on the occasion of her 80th birthday. Florence and Larry Jerrells have returned home after a wonderful 6.759 mile trp that Look them through 10 states. They visited daughter Joan and Roger Paris in I,ouisiana. They visited New Or- leans, its wonderful French Quar- ter. and enjoyed the real Dixieland ):usic. On the return trip they saw the Carlsbad Caverns. In Glendale, Calif. they spent four days with son Nell and Julie and son Harlin. Florence reports won- derful weather with only two days cf really hot weather. No car trouble, not even a flat tire. Pat and Mike Glaser have re- Eb0t Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn turned home after spending a ates, Rusty and Lisa and Con- week with their grandparents the nie Yates, Ruth Wingert, the Gone Don Eddys in Hoquiam. Sewards and guests Mr. and Mrs. tiomer Clay, Ken Droscher, Mae n ,-,,= Det Dunbar, Bill and Grace Williams, UIUO|II_I , 0ur Set Evelyn and Mark Holt; Paulene and Jim Archer and family, Ella idg and Jim McAuliffe and Dan, the For Br e Work Fz'uce Streckenbach family, Mr. The Rossmaier bridge in the and Mrs..Bragger and family, Matlock area will be closed for Mr. Waite Senior and Uncle George about six Weeks while a new [oward and the host and hostess bridge is being constructed, Coun- and their family. Everyone had a ty Engineer J. C. Bridget said this wonderful time. week. Our one room school house has The Vance Creek bridge in the undergone quite a few repairs this sammer. It has a new roof. Win- Caw glass has been replaced and new screens have been put up. A new below ground gas tank aria Fump have also been installed. ,lrs. Florence Jerrclls will be our ew bus driver and Mrs. Jack 1Heeks will be custodian this year. Best Selling Cadillac Of All Time! Month after month since its introduction, the 1963 Cadillac has established new sales records, The reasons are dramatically evident wi00en you combine an inspection with a personal evaluation at the wheel. Do it at your earliest opportunity, MELL GHEVROLET GOMPANY 1St & GROVE PHONE 426-4426 Shelly, Jack Dean Raymond Me- and will return to Norway this a.m. and 3 deiros, Lawrence McElhaney and fall. where he has accepted a po- 30. Teachers Kenneth Spongier. sition in research at Oslo. shops will be Opening day for North Mason be held Sept. schools will be VCednesday, Sept. 4. with regular Personnel at Belfair Elementary schedules. The Belfair Community Baptist church was the scene of two wed- dings Saturday, Aug. 24. Vases of pink and white gladioli, roses and dahlias set the scene in the church sanctuary as Miss Yvonne Jensen and Donald Ward repeated marriage vow before Roy. Milton Gire at a 2 p.m ceremony. The new Mrs. Ward is the daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Jensen of the Old Belfair highway, and her husband is the son of Mr. and Mrs. John Ward of Sedro Wooley. A reception in the church's fire- side room followed the ceremonies. The newlyweds will make their first home in Winslow. AN EVENING wedding with their immediate families in at- Skokomish Valley, which is also being replaced, will have a detour for about the same length of time. The detour, at the site of the bridge, will handle one-way traf- fic. Lee T. Dulin Construction Co.. Chehalis, is the contractor for both bridges. tendance united Miss Diane Allen. and James Cady at 8 p.m. Aug. 24. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Allen and Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Cady Jr. Pink and white flowers carried out the bride's chosen color theme in the fireside room for the ceremonies and downstairs for the reception which followed. Pouring were two aunts of the bride, Mrs, Walter Baselt and Mrs. Elmer Slagle, and Mrs. C. C. Eddy, the bride's grand- mother, served cake. Miss JoAnne Thornton assisted at the gift ta- ble. Mr. and Mrs. John R. Huson are at home on the North Shore fol- lowing their week's honeymoon trip. They were married Aug. 17 at the Everett home of the bride's parents, ML and Mrs. George Bo- thers. The new Mrs. Huson is the former Judith May Bethers. who taught last year aL North Mason high school. An open house honor- ing the newlyweds will be held at the Huson home Saturday, Aug. 31, with friends and neighbors in- vited to attend. A reception last Sunday after- noon in Bremerton at the Country Lane Mobile Estates was held for Mr. and Mrs. Patrick E. Ruff. who were married June 14 in Pitts- burgh, Pa. Their parents are Mr. and Mrs. Robert Baker of Silver- dale and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Ruff of the North Shore. Both bride and groom are graduates of the University of Washington. The new Mrs. Ruff was music instruc- tor last year in the Central Kit- sap schools, and Mr. Ruff studied and worked in Pennsylvania for the the Puget Sound Naval ship- yard. A GUEST at the North Shore home of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Blomlie is Mr. Jomar Songli, Mr. Blomlie's nephew. A graduate of the University of Oslo. Mr. Songli studied for two years at the Uni- versity of Colorado and was then employed in California. He has been 'teaching computer methods at the Boeing Company in Seattle, school are: Robert K. Johnsen, superinLendant; Richard Burrell, administrative assistant and ele- Phar$Y mentary principal; Margaret Pas- chke and Beatrice Pruski. first From Neil grade; Carole Benson and Cora Kelly, third; William Vetters and It's Avis Whitfield. fourth; Jayne Ho- the talk ward and Verna Marsh. fifth; Art acle drugs', Guidi and Georgina Johnson. sixth; and Nellie Castleman. remedial. Second grade assignments are yet to be made. Teaching at Allyn will be Mary Wing, grades 1-3 and GyneLh Aus- cth. grades 4-6. Principal at North Mason Jun- ior-Senior high is Robert Larson. Teaching junior high English and social studies are Laura Allen and Gay Terrell; junior high math and science, Richard Strain; girls' p.o., with drugs, Maryanne Raines; English and their own counseling, Bill Hawkins; lang- of illness. uages, Keith Lamb: home econom- corned, we're ics. Ins Dagnie; science, Donald market Magnus; math, Frederick Gruber; to buy social studies, Peter Merrill; corn- can mercial, Herman Nelson; boys' p.o. has Clarence Hedstrom; music, Donald need to Nelson; library, Emily Spooner; sake, industrial arts, Jerry Berringer. self. REGISTRATION for students He alone is from both Allyn and Belfair grade open Daily schools and kindergarten will be Saturdays August 26, 27 and 28 from 9 a.m. until 3 p.m. at the Belfair school ----a||'_ office. 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