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PAGE 12 SHELTON--MASON COUNTY JOURNAL--Published in "Christmastown, U.g.A.", helton, Washington Tlmrsday, The human capacities are en- larged and perfected in propor- tion as humanity gains the true conception of man and God. ..... Mary Baker Eddy The Little and Big Shoppe The following are nationally-advertised brands of LADIES DRESS&apos;ES and SPORTSWEAR found at our shop. IN NEWEST STYLES AND COLORS FOR FALL Betty Barclay 3-15 Kay Winsor 12-20 Cay Artley /2 Sizes COCKTAIL DRESSES Pare Foster SKIRTS AND SWEATERS 2 piece Sets SAILMATES SKIRTS Sizes i0 - 20 COATS Lined "Wool SLACKS .... $9.98 RHODA LEE AND NEW ERA BLOUSE LINES To extend your wardrobe. Alterations for your convemence. Open Friday Until 6"00 p.m. -- phone 426-4266 -- 126 Cota St. III I I Mary M. Knight PTO Plans First Meeting Of New School Year Toni znl. By Dora Hearing MATLOCK There will be the regular Mary M. Knight P.T.O. meeting tonight at 8 p.m. Every- one is welcome to attend. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Briske of Lebanon, Ore.. and Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Selberg of Elma called at the Elvin Hearing and Augusta Portman homes Saturday. The Briske's were former Matlock res- idents, Mr. and Mrs. Elvin Hearing spent Saturday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Harold Clift. Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Lugendeal of Kansas City, Me.. spent the past week at the Jake Trimble home aL Simpson Salmon Hatchery. Tiey are Mrs. Trimble's father and tepmother. MR. AND MRS. DUANE Lov- ette and son. Mike. spent from Wednesday to Sunday in Vancou- ver with Mr. and Mrs. Gary Lov- ette and other friends. Mr. and Mrs. bud Rossmaier, Mrs. Auzusta Portman and Cart Gives you the warmest feeling, Now's the time {o order STANDARD HEATING OIL for the warmest feeling all winter long, Call your Standard Man today for dependable service , , , and ,for the safe, clean, all-enveloping warmth of Standard Heating Oil, For any Standard Oil product, call C. C. COLE & SONS 118 S. 3rd, Phone 426-4411 Portman and Mr. and Mrs. Clif- ford Combs and Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Portman from Matloek Grange at- tended a birthday party in honor of "Pop" Rutledge's 97th birth- day at Shelton Valley Grange Fri- day evening. Mr. and Mrs. Rodger Spalding and son Albert spent Saturday , evening at the Edward Valley home. Mrs. Sam Diggle Jr.. and child- ren and Mrs. Edward Valley spent last week Wednesday in Tacoma. MRS. LYDIA HOLT of Presser is spending a week with her daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Dave DeFoer. and helping as Mrs. DeFoer is recuperating from her recent illness.' Mr. and Mrs. Lud Rossmaier were Saturday evening dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Larry Chamberlin of Shelton to celebrate Darl Chamberlin's first birthday. Mr. and Mrs. James Rossmaier and daughters, and Mr. and Mrs Larry Chamberlin and children, all of Sheiton. were Sunday dinner guests of the bud Rossmaier fam- ily. John Bunko of Shelton enjoyed Sunday dinner with the Kenneth Howard family and Earl Howard of Montesano was a Sunday caller at the Howard home. THE LeROY BOOTHE family of Hoquiam and the Herbert Breh- meyer Jr., family and Mrs. J. R. Singleton were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. I. C. Ford. Tyler Boothe was a weekend help- er at the Ford home putting in silage. Andrew Stodden iv it the Vets' hopsital in Vancouver for surg- ery. We hope he gets along fine and will soon be home. Mrs. Ray Kimmerly and family and the Di'ck Hopkins children, all of Shelton were Sunday dinner guests at the Herbert Bre1meyer Sr. home. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Brown and baby were Seattle callers Wednes- Allyn, Victor Residents Take Trips, Entertain Visitors By Judy Von Osten Valley, and Mrs. Elaine Kowalcyzk v:e were in beautiful Gay Paree, SS Waterman, a ALLYN .... IvIr. and Mrs. Clay were luncheon guests of Mrs. Susie but our hggage wasn't. We were ship. Jones of Victor has Mr. and ZvTrs. Henry Lyons of Anbm'n as guests over Labor Day weekend. Sunday and Monday they were joined by Julius and Doris Stock of Grape- v'ew. Victor and Allyn residents were sorry to hear Joe Smith has bee]] returned Lo the hospital after a lrelapse from his heart attack of several weeks back. Jack Best and son. Chuck have returned to their Victor summer home after a most successful hunt- inn trip in Yakima. each with their !imK of Doves. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Holden of Victor have retm'ned from a weeks stay in Seattle. Thelma Buffington of Shelton Mrs. Don %ryllys, and Mrs. Emil Gaetana of Victor s)ent one day last week at Hurricane Ridge. Victor Improvement Club will hold its regular monthly meeting, Friday at 8 p.m. at Victor_ Com- munity Club. First Aid classes started Wed- nesday, at the Fire Department in Allyn at 2I0 p.m. Aii volunteer firemen were asked to be there and also any resident of Victor or Allyn who is interested is re- quested to be in attendance. Marvin and None Griffey, son Clifford of Oklahoma and Harvey and Dorothy Griffey and five chil- dren all drove Clifford home to Oklahoma. On the way they stop- ped at Virginia City and Yellow- stone National Park, then on to Oklahoma to visit relatives. They went through Texas, New Mexico and up through California on their way home We hear they really enjoyed Disneyland. DAVID AND Barbara Kowal- cyzk had a number of school chums in for a party last Satur- day night. They thought they ought to have one final get-togeth- er before school started. Last Sunday Bill and Ruby Mm-- gun, Kenny and Gloria Crawford. tia.rl and Shirly Anderson and children attended the Interstate Competition between Washington and Oregon at Oregon. Earl and son Bueh won third place for day and then they went to Auburn scurries by pair. and Butch won to visit thmr folks. My. and Mrs. second place in individual scurrie. G. W. Browrt until Saturday eve- As a result of these awards they ning. were invited to the Parade 'of Mrs. Augusta Portman and Carl Portman attended Pomona Grange at Cloquallum Sunday. ll d NEED CASH FOR A PURPOSE? A PLAN to buy clothes for the kids...some new hunting or fishing gear.., drapes for the living room. A PROJECT that calls for re- decorating a room.., buying storm windows.., putting down new rugs. -< ) . z OR A PROBLEM because of unexpected medical bills,,, auto breakdown,., appliance repairs,  The SEANRST Banker can loan the cash you want for any good purpose,.. and Judy Von Osten Thursday Mr. an{l Mrs. Steve Boyce had weekend guests over Labor Day, their niece "nd family, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Gaschk. Doug and Je- anne of Tacoma Mr. and Mrs. Earl Terrell have just returned from a very pleas- ant trir to Canada with Seattle friends. Mr. and Mrs. John Inge- bright. The weather was perfect all week. They saw wild animals ai]d the scenery was breathtaking and the roads were perfect. They enjoyed Banff and Lake Louise very much. Mrs. Gloria Crawford, former Gloria Morgan of Allyn was kind enough to sit down and write us about their trip to Europe. She goes on to tell us when they left and what they did and saw. "Last May 26 on out' second wedding an- niversary we left Seattle by cat' heading for Delaware After mak- ing a few stops visiting relatives we arrived on the Canadian side of Niagara Falls five days later. We found Niagara very beautiful and most colorful at night. We arrived in Delaware on sche- dule and two days later were on our way to New York City by bus. This was my husbands' second trip to Europe and he'd also been to New York so he wasn't quit as excited as I. The lights were beau- tiful and everything looked so exciting to me. We went under the Hudson River through the Lincoln Tunnel and I knew we were really in New York City on the first leg of our journey. The "aext trorning we got a little sight seeing in and that afternoon we took our bus out to Idlewild Airport and later hoarded our plane to Luxenbourg. When we ar- 'ived at Lnxenbourg, I was morel or less let down. I don't know What I expected. I suppose I thought them to be very back- Wards and they didn't live up to ry expectations. I was pretty sur- trised at everything we first found. They loked like us and dressed similar. The only real dif- ference was tbeir language. "The next day we took a train t Paris where we were to pick tip our leased ear. We made our first mistake, even though we'd lucky enough to find an American  "IVE ?,lET couple who could speak a little ]people. foreign I,'rench and they interpreted for  come to AmeriC t,s. \\;Ve were told to come back the following morning. We left lhe train station and walked out ta the street and everything was as gay and beautiful as I'd read. The sidewalk cafes, the young lov- ers, middleaged lovers and old lovers are found strolling on Paris Ftrects. "THE PARISIAN traffic is something else. You take your life in your hands to ride in a taxi, walking across a street took nerve. \\;Ve found ourselves still in Paris tent' days later, still awaiting the arrival of out' luggage. When af- ter much crying and slee[ess ]ights the carefree French finally located it and we picked up our cat' and left for SoutheYn France. '%Ve drove through the middle of Spain to Madrid. then to tile "Rock ef Gibralter". then back along the Mediterranean Coast through Motril Valencia. Barcelona, and to the most beautihd Riviera, I'm sure, in the workt. Never have I seen a coas line so lonely or water so calm or so blue as the French Riviera. We camped in Menton which is only two miles from Mon- aco and Monte Carlo. After a glo- rious visit there we started down the Italian coast and in Genoa we picked up an 18 year old hitch- hiker from California who was on his way around the world. He camped w'ith Us for a few days. We went to Pisa, Italy to see the Leaning Tower, and we headed south towards Rome. We camped in a beautiful campground in Rome, saw many beautiful and in- teresting sights. The cathedrals, Catacombs and ruins, etc, "We headed North to Venice, driving along the Adriatic Sea. Through gorgeous green Switzer- land, to Germmy, Denmark, Swe- den, Noiway back to Germany to Holland and Belgium. We visited the remains of the Brussels World Fair. Then from Calais France to Do- ver. England. the White Cliffs of Dover are very impressive. We camped at the Crystal Palace. We stayed in London several days, one of our favorite places. We went to the live theatre every night and teacher and \\;Ve went ricane Arlene' through that another one. I of my time "The seeing AmeriCa I've never seen pressive as when American flalg on American wa "It was a and tile water the Statue to me than "We had would love to gO great to be back I '', 5"''2,7" Perhaps modern engineering hind it than cars gineering And our and ing. From come the future as far day's cars as from the driven, cylinder fifty years will, from you about that designers have in store sooner than tell you ears that fantastic only on day, but roads of WHA Dos IT TAKE? 1. Your worthwhile purpose (some we've listed). 2. Your steady job. 3. Your reputation for paying your bills. If you have all three, you can get the cash. WHA DOES IT COST? That s up to you. It s based on how much money you want and how long you'd hke to fake to repay it. There's no strict; formula The Seafirst Banker works with you, to meet your needs. So, if you've a PLAN... a PROJECT... or a PROBLEM.. see your Seafirs  ii Banker soon in the Installment Cre&t Department of your nearby o ce of Seattle-Firs National Bank. You're a/ways wecome at... SEATTLE-FIRST NATIONAL BA'NK MEMBER FEDERAl.. DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION SERVING WASHINGTON' STATEWlDE THROUGH 105 SEAFIRST BANKIN(3 OFFICES HELTON BRANCH-LAWRENCE A. CARLSON, MGR,-Sthand Franklin-Phone HArrison 6-8295 Champions. been told we check our luggage. Mrs. Barbara Wynn, Mrs. None Approximately three hours later Skokomish Grange Plans Pot Luck Dinner For First Fall Meeting By Mary Valley SKOKOMISH -- As a kick-off for the first fall Grange meeting this Friday evening, a 'Pot Luck' dinner will be served between 6:30 and 7 p.m. All Grange members are urged to attend as there is important business to be discussed. Grange will convene at 8 p.m. Mrs. Robert Berne, who recently returned from a trip to Europe_, will show colored slides and tell of her trip. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Coble spent the weekend in Port Angeles with relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Jess Thomas of Enumclaw were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Claud Dugger. The Thomases are former residents of the valley. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Valley and daughter Vieki of Bremerton spent the weekend with his grandpar- ents. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Valley. On Sunday the Valleys were din- ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Valley at Island Lake. MR. AND MILS. ARTHUR John- son were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Avene Richert at Island Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hunter and family spent the weekend at Sol- Duc Hot Springs. Mrs. Eugene Brown m home again after a five week vacation trip which took her as far as San Diego, Calif. She was accompanied by Mrs. Angus O'Neill of Shelton and Miss Cecilia Bell of Portland. The group spent several days in Ashland: Ore., where they enjoyed the AShland Shakesperean plays. Their next stop was Westminister, Calif., where they visited Mr. and Mrs. Harold Brown. Mrs. Brown enjoyed many side trips, also the Art Festival at Lagoona Beach and [he San Diego zoo. Mrs. Brown's guests this weekend were her son Charles and his wife and family, and Mrs. Patricia Haddad of Seattle. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Johnson ar/d Mr. and lrs. Chester Valley spent a day at Mr. Rainier last week. visiting both Paradise and Sunrise Parks. lVr. and Mrs. Edwin Hankins en- joyed an-overnight trip to Vancou- ver, B.C. recently. THURSDAY OF LAST week Mrs. Arthur Johnson. Mrs. Chester Vldley, and Mrs. Alvin Hulbert and Donna of Shelton drove to West- port for a day at the ocean beach. X hey also had a visit and dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Earl Johnson and daughter Janet. Mrs. Sharon Johnson. who is F'resident of the Baptist Mission- ary White Cross. entertained at her home on Monday tfternoon to plan the fall work for the Mission- ary society. Those coming from Shelton were Mrs. Mabel Goodwin, 3/rs. Terry Dewell. Mrs. Sally Daugherty, Mrs. Ed Cole. Mrs. (:race Heyde. and Mrs. Hatch. Mrs. Bey Lyman. accompanied by Mrs. Ellen Stenberg, drove Mrs. V7. E Bray to Sunset Beach to daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Hess. Recent dinner guests of the Stun Johnsons were Rev. and Mrs. A1 Sandoval and family, Rev. and Mrs. Eugene Knautz of Shelton and key. and Mrs. John Hadley and daughter of Skokomish Valley. The Womens Stewardship will hold its first fall meeting this Ihursday evening in the Skoko- mish Community Church starting at 8 p.Fa A cordial invitation is extended to all the ladies of the Valley. MRS. ELMER McCOY spent a week in New Westminister, B.C. visiting her sister, Mrs. Julia Mc- Harg. Mr. and Mrs. George Barkley attended the Pomona meeting Sun- day at Cloquallum and report a very interesting meeting. Mr. and Mrm Ralph McGonagale and daughter Sharon of California came for a week's visit with their daughter and her iusband, Rev. and Mrs. John Hadley. Callers at the Chester Valley home Saturday were Mrs. Ethel Ferris of Olympia, Mrs. Sarah Lo- zier and Mrs. Marie Fish of Turn- water. Mrs. Alvin Hulbert. Mike Hulbert and Jaydee Stroud of Shelton and Uan Valley of Island Lake. Mrs. Doris Sjoholm entertained the Grange Ladles Club last Tues- day evening. After the regular or- der of business Mrs. Sjoholm serv- ed a delicious dessert. Mr. arid Mrs. Arthur Grawatt of Corvallis Ore., spent Labor Day weekend with his brother and fatally, Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Gra- vatt. Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Gravatt called at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Leimback in Hoods- port. Miss Sandy Lyman spent the weekend at 1Vit. Baker with Mr. and Mrs. H. Blake and daugh- ter Janice, and Mr. and Mrs. Bon- ner of Union. They also enjoyed some blue berry picking. Mr. and Mrs. Brian Sehoening and daughter Tummy of Kent vis- ited Mrs. Schoening's parents over the weekend. Dinner guests on Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Arvid Johnson were key and Mrs. John Hadley and Miss Esther Johnson who was home from Seattle Pacific College, saw the changing of the guard. "We left for Scotland. drove through Glasgow to Loeh Lomond on to Edinbourgh, which has a reputation for the most beautiful street in all of Europe, Princess Street, and we truly agreed. "We again arrived in London for a few more days and then to Paris to see what we'd missed the first time. left our ear and took a train carrying our luggage with us to Rotterdam. We boarded the QUALITY sERV PRICE For NEEDS TRUCK or or USED tire MERV'S COTA Copr. 1960 std. Is Most IMPORTANT 0 Don't allow poor illumination to handicap your children's education LIGHT COSTS SO L under your public utility you can't afford to jeopardize the and the education of your l by improperly lit study roOraS' If you have problems let us Iell LIVE BETTER MASON P.U.D. NO, 3 JACK COLE, president; TOM WEBB, vice pr ED TAYLOR, secretary; JERRY S spend the weekend with her START TH BACK-TO, SCHOOL healthy, h ppy, ng and alert with Darigold Milk. They need at least 3 glasses every day! AT YOUR DOOR OR FAVORITE STORE RIGHT LIG