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5, 1963 SHELTONMASON COUNTY JOURNAL--Published in "Christmastown, U.S.A.", Shelton, Washington PAGE 3 ( AUTOHATI "100" Camera Brand new, the model you&apos;ve been waiting for. Easy load regular or ,149SO See it Now! Studio & Gmera Shop 426-6163 HARDWARE PAINTS 1 mile off highway on Cole Road Road Builder's Supply Ph. 426-8224 BLUE OX F 24 .our Phone Service SA't'.. SUN. l 426-3263 ":MS 6:45 Day or Night PRIZE NOVEL NOW COMES TO THE SCREEN! kill. . Mockingbird stani,l GREG PECK iLLIP AffORD. JOHN MEGNA. RUTH WHITE. PAUL FIX. BROCK PETERS ELMER JtflSIEIN  ficlm A mmwz moll g Motor Shop on Hillcrest New Family Moves Into Home In The Dayton Area Last Week By Mabel Kid(I DAYTON -- It is a pleasme to welcome to our community Mr. and Mrs. Edward Pearson and three children from Tacoma who have purchased the home former- ly occupied by the John Young tamily. Sheri Chappell celebrated her ninth birthday Friday afternoon, alLhc0.gh her birthday was Sunday. Guests enjoying games and re- freshments were Pennie Lee Moore, Penny Jo McQuilkin, Ca- thy, Terry and Billy Hanna, Glen- da Young, Patsy Chappell, Terry Diggle. A cold drink was served along with individual cakes baked in ice cream cones. Each child decorated his own cake complete with candle. Saturday evening Mrs. Imre Hor- vath of Seattle entertained at a surprise birthday party for her husband in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bruce McQuilkin. Guests were the McQuilkin family, Fred Reives, Mr. and :Mrs. E. C. Fur- ister, Laura Swett, Evelyn Far- lcll, Rhoda Barnett and Roy. Lew- is Wysong. This was the first birthday party Imre had ever had so he especially enjoyed it. Mr. and Mrs. Alvia Chapman were pleasantly surprised on Mon- day afternoon when Mr. and Mrs. Rocky Kilborn and three month old don, Lawrence of Milwaukie, Ore., dropped in to visit. Aleta Kilborn and June Chapman were college roommates. A RrECEPTION was held on Saturday evening in Dayton Hall for the newlyweds, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Hall (Linda Hensel). Dale, of Kamilche Point, is well known in Dayton Community and his bride is a resident of Shelton. Saturday evening Mr. and Mrs. Blair Thompson of Montesano vis- ited at *.he Walter Chappell home bringin with them a birthday cake for Sheri, to go along with the birthday dinner. :Mr. and Mrs. Archie Kelley of Matlock dropped ir later to enjoy cake and cof- fee. Houseguests of :Mrs. F,ed Phil- lips over Sunday and :Monday were Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Lemietx and children of Seattle. Monday after- noon, Mrs. Phillips accompanied the Lemieux family to their Ma- ,'on Lake sPmmer place where the children had a good time swim- ming. :Mrs. 3. VV. Stoner took her ';isLer, Mrs. Mary Davis to Pauls- bo Tuesday to slay with a bro- ther, Earl King. Mrs. Davis had spent a couple weeks with the Stoners. Sunday overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs. Delmer Sehur were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Schur and fam- ily of Seattle. M6nday visltprs in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Itarry Kidd were Mrs. Mildred Lowe Cowan of Eu- reka, Calif., a former Dayton res- f.dent and her friend, Mrs. Flora Bratton of Olympia, and Mr. and D's. Roy Lamont of Shclton. Mr. and Mrs. J. r. Rayson and Dave visited Raymond Rayson at MukilLeo during' a vacation trip last week. Mrs. Rayson is now spending a few da);s in Seattle with Mr. and Mrs. IJawrence Bail- ey. /Wrs. Gertrude Scott aceompan- led her son, Leon on a trip last week to Quilcene Lo visit Mrs. Johnny Gerdy and to Port Angeles to see" rCr. and Mrs. George liar- graves, a sister. MRS. LULU OIEN of Monte- sano x,,isited on Sunday with Mrs. Fred Phillips. The Bruce McQuilkin family, her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Furls- ter of Shclton and :Mr. and Mrs. Imre Horvath of Seattle enjoyed :iiii!iiiiiiiii:, ':iiii!iiiiiiii! Art Point Invitations can help make your im- portant event a wonderful success! Invitations that will add quality and social correctness to your wedding. Reasonably priced, too! $14.95 for 100 and up, double envelopes. Reception or At Home footnotes on the wedding, no extra charge. Virginia Courtenay's etiquette booklet "Now that you are to be Married" contains many helpfifl suggestions and inti- mate chit-chat on important social customs before aad aiier file wedding. Each bride-to-be may have a copy; Call for yours. ..... . J 61r , a family picnic at Panhandle Lake on Sunday. Labor Day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dell Adams were Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Tibbits and children of Chehalis and Mr. and Mrs. Lester Adams and children of Tacoma. The John Anderson family spent Sunday night with :Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Chapin of Lilliwanp. Sharon Moffatt. Shelton. stayed overnight Sunday with Doris Hickson. Mrs. Larry Goldsby of ShclLon was a Sunday caller m the Walter Chappell home. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Chapman and children visited Sunday with his grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. I. C. Chapman and Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Chapman in the Isabella Lake home of Mr. and Mrs, Ivyl Chapman. Present also were Mr. and :Mrs. Chester Chapman ot Agate and Lee Chapman, She lion. Mr. and Mrs Richard Roberts, ShelLon, were Monday evening din- r, er guests of his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Pete Roberts. Sunday overnight and Monday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Rumpff were Clarence Faulkner and son of Shelton. Monday Mrs. Charles Baird of Allyn and :Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Chapin. Lilliwaup were visitors. :Mrs. Rumpff was delighted on Labor Day with a long distance call from her sister. Mrs. Floyd Reynolds of Roc]esLer, N.Y., who called to wish her a happy birth- day. O1Ul ItEARTFELT sympathies are extended to Mr. and Mrs. Ger- ald Needham and family in the loss of her brother Robert Vylas- ek of Havre. Mont., who passed away Aug. 29 in the Great Falls Hospital. His death was caused by a swimming accident. He was a veteran of World War II. having served in the U.S. Marine Corps from 1943 Lo 1946 in Saipan. Mar- ianas Islands, Okinawa. Ryukyu Island, Interment was in the CaN vary Cemetery after a military funeral Mr. Vylasek was well known in the Shelton area and around Harstine Island. :Mrs. Gerald Needham and sis- ters, Mrs. Elzy Clelland and Mrs. C. A. Nelson attended the funeral of their brother last week leav- ing Thursday and returning Sun- day. During Mrs. Needham's ab- sence from the Dayton Peak Look- out her daughter, Mrs. Norman Bnnko who was visiting from Las Vegas took over. Mrs. Bunko is leaving today for her home. Steve Needham arrayed home Thursday afternoon after flying by jet from Pelican. Alaska where he had worked for five weeks on a fishing boat. The A. E. Lemkes had dinner Monday evening in the Lake Nah- watzel summer home of children Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth olden. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Lemkc dined on Sunday evening in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Killough. Sunday, Mason Lake was the seene of a Tibbits family reunion picnic. The family is fornerly from Arkansas. It had been as" much as 27 years since some members bad seen each other. Present were Mr. and Mrs. T. A. TibbTLs and children. Mr. and Mrs. Allan Tib- bits and son, the Leonard Coch- ran family, and Willis Tibbits fa- mily of Lost Lake road, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Marshall and Mr. and Mrs. Lindsey TibbiLs of Eagle Point, Ore., the J. C. Tibbits of Chehalis, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Coots and children, Mr. and 3)irs. Frank Tibbits and Mr. and Mrs. Ennan Tibbits, Shelton. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Tibbits and daughter of Ehna, Mr. and Mrs. William Carlson and son, Olympia. The Kennct?l McBride family of Olym- pia and Mr. and Mrs. RuDe Cuz- irk of Lost Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Run Moore and Run Jr., spent the weekend at Elbow Lake near Yclm. Pennie stayed the weekend with Mardclla WorLtw. MI. AND MRS. JOE C. Brown attended the wedding Saturday ev- ening of his niece, Carmen Ehlers, Olympia, Lo Karl Nukala of Los Angeles at the St. Michaeis church in OIympia. The Pete Bloomfield family and the Floyd Watters family enjoyed a picnic aL Kamilche Point on Labor Day. Susan Bloomfield spent Friday overnight With Sharon Watters. The Brown children did real well in winning prizes aL the fair this year. Chuck won a blue ribbon for rope halter and garden vegetables. Beverelt received a blue on a sewing entry and in clothing judg- ing, Barbara. blues in canning and sewing, and Joe Jr.. blue in gard- ening and beef and championship ribbons for gardening and live- stock and a blue in garden judging. Congratulations to these hard- workiug boys and gir'ls. The Robert Lemke family has left their Lake Nahwatzel home for Seattle home in order for the children to return Lo school. Among Vouri Merchants i Bernie Bailey, of Bernie's Bar- )er Shop, Olympic Highway SoutlL this week announced that he will lake hair cutting appointments on Wednesdays and Thursdays, effec- tive Sept. 11. Appointment hours are scheduled from 9:00 a.m. to 5:30 for both days. ELAINE RETURNS FROM HAWAIIAN CONVENTION Elaine Pctzold reopened Elainc's Ieauty Salon last week on ler return from the 32nd Merle Nor- man international convention in tle Hawaiian Islands. The convention was headquar- tered at Hilton Hawaiian Village. From there Elaine toured Hawaii and Kuaui, returning Lo Honolulu for an additional 6 day. More Than 200 Attend Labor Day Dance At Harstine Community Hail By Donette Ghlser and Otto GoldschmidL. Guests o weekend. Grandma Dugdale had Dan and Pare and NIr. and Mrs. HARSTINE The big Labor the Allisca]s were Mr. and Mrs. Day dance sponsored by the Har- stine Island Social Club. and held at the Community Hall Saturday night was a huge success. Over 200 persons attended. This was the first Line m sev- eral years that we had "Live" music and the band, the Four Sharps of Elma, were just won- derful to dance to. Suppe,' was served at midnight, and the dance continued after the intermission. George Waite. chairman of the dance committee, on behalf of the officers and members, wish to offer their wholei]earLed apprecia- tion to all those who donated food. Special Thanks Lo :Mae Tierney, Maxine WaKe. Helen Johnson, Thora Seward, Hilton %Vingert for so generously giving their time and effort in preparing food and helping out in so many ways to organize and serve. A very special "thanks" too. to Dot Smith. Flo- rence Christensen and Helen Le- mers. who pitched in and helped in the kitchen. The transistor radio was award- ed to :Mrs. Bill Anderson of Ro- chester, (she is Mrs. Ted Hesse's sister). ............... Title LARRY Jerrells had as their gamsts this weekend Mr. and Mrs. Bill Bingham and sons Dan and Bill of Seattle. Last Monday there was a yard clean-up party at the school. The WaRes. Meeks. Glasers and Ken Deroschers worked on the yard while our teacher. Mrs. Green, checked school supplies and Mrs. Mocks. our custodian this year, attended to the cleaning of the school room. Sunday Bud Glaser and Sid Baunsgard tended to burn- ing rubJish. Then Saeger accompanied by her younger brother Jan and sister Lorna. attended the wedding Sat- urday of their cousin Sharon Rob- orison at our Saviors' Lutheran church in Aberdeen. Their sister and brother-in-law. Mr. arid Mrs. Chuck Bridges and children of Ho- quiam brought them home Sunday. Then will return the end of the month to the University of Wash- ington where she is a senior. She is majoring in political scAenee, and also taking a course in Ped- iatrics and preparation of a ca- reer in Social "Work and plans on taking the Peace Corps exam this year. Also e are very proud to Peport Then made the Dean's list the spring quarter with a 3.5 grade average, Congratulations. Then. from everyone on Harstine. Just so no one would feel let down after the big dance aL the hall August 31 the Wihnont Rags- dales and Charles Allisons spon- sored s scavenger P, unt and Indian clam bake at "The Maples" Sept. 1. Those atten4ing were from Point Wilson and their gaests. Prizes were won by Cindy WaKe John Dunlap, Miss Pezmy Hump- fry and Charles M. Allison. all of Seattle. GreL and Gordon Simmons have had their two grandchildren Sil and Suzie Arata of Portland vis- iting them for the past two weeks. Saturday they journeyed to Long Beach where they met daughter Dixie and son-in-law Sil and they spent the day visiting and enjoy- ing the lovely ocean beach. Son Jim has returned to Spokane where he teaches music and choir. Recent guests of the Simmons were Mr. and Mrs. Harry Haskell. who was Grets school clerk when she taught at Garden City and Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Peterson of Pic- kering Passage. Grct also reports that she and Gordon attended thb "Old Timers" picnic at Brooklyn. NAOMA AND JIM Lohrer had house guests over the long" Labor ]Day weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Sam*,nons and their three children of Portland and :Mr. and Mrs. VErn Engwall of Vancouver chartered , boat in Seattle and enjoyed a wonderful trip to Point Wilson joining them were Mr. and Mrs. Ed Binger of Olympia. The Stan YaLEs have teir daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Luther Freshour and Gary as their gamsts this week. Mr. Mike :Meeks is enjoying a trip "back home" to California. He is the guest of his eousins. Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Langland and is also visiting his grandmother and friends in the Los Angeles area. Residents at the Southeast end of HarsLine report that the Squa- xin Island State Park looked just like a city Satnrday night and Sunday nfght as more than 50 large yachts and more than 30 outboards took advantage of the State Saltwater Park. Harstine's Garolds' Cove State Park had more than 70 boats in over Sat- urday and Sunday night and many more came just for a day Mon- day night there were still boats tied up. The Irvin \\;Vingerts and Tom Tierneys visited the Jim Walkers one day this week. M:R. AND MILS, AIITHUI{ rin- gert and Mr. and Mrs. Phil "tog- ers spent Wednesday visiting the Glen Harrimans at Vaughn. lso Clair and daughter Ruth spent Thursday visiting Mrs. Lillie Ow- ens and Phyllis at their home on the South end Mrs. Robert Barnett and chil- dren Philip, David and Nancy and grandmother Mrs. Walton spent several days visi1ing Dorothy's brother Harry Vaid in Belling- ham. The Rolland Shews. Merrio Ma- ketto. Carl Eschelmans, Marshall Olsons. and the Brunks. all were at their summer homes over the her gTanddaughter and fzdendstJoc Glaser, Pal:, :Mar'jie and Ann with her. The Eachelmans' daugh- I spent tte weekend with the H. A. ter and her husband the recenLly married Michael Hichcocks also spent the holidays here. MICHAEL GLASER celebrated his seventh birthday Friday. His grandma Glaser made him a won- dcrful birthday cake and his aunt Francis brought him OnE too when she came Friday from North Bend Saturday his grandmother Oda and Papa fr;)m Hoquiam arrived and there was birthday all over again. Lucky nmnber 7. Two parties. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Franich, Mr. and Mrs. Lauren Simmons and Glasers. All of the Glaser's child- ren who live in Washington were Don't forget the ferry is off run the 5th Ltoday and tomorrow. Foot traffic only. In case of emer- gency call the Mason County Sheriff's office and they will get an emergency craft in the bay. Harstine Island Womens club meets today at 12:30 at the Jim Lohrer home on Point Wilson. Luncheon will be served by the l:ostess. Try A Journal Want Ad BREMERTON RODEO Fri., Sat.; Sun., Sept. 6-9 IT HAPPENED AT THE SEATTLE WORLD'S FAIR Starring Elvis Presley and Billy Rose's JUMBO Doris Day, Stephen Boyde, Jimmy Durante and Martha Raye L DRIVE-IN THEATERS KITSAP LAKE Buck Night Every Night Thurs.. Fri., Sat., Sept. 5*7 HUD Paul Newman, Melvyn Dougaa an GYPSY Natalie Wood, Ros Russel I POWER cLEAR! PACKED00 That's the new Beltone Nova eyeglass hearing aid. 23% lighter than any previous Beltone. Ilearing is believing! Let your own ears tell you. We will give you a FREE hearing check- up and demonstration, without obligation -- and you can judge for yourself. Come to see us at: EELLS & VALLEY APPLIANCE CENTER Friday, Sept. 6, :[963 Between 10 A.M. and 12 noon DANIEL E. 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