"
Newspaper Archive of
Shelton Mason County Journal
Shelton, Washington
News of Mason County, WA
Mason County Journal
Get your news here
September 19, 1963     Shelton Mason County Journal
PAGE 2     (2 of 16 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
 
PAGE 2     (2 of 16 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
September 19, 1963
 

Newspaper Archive of Shelton Mason County Journal produced by SmallTownPapers, Inc.
Website © 2021. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal.




PACE 2 SIIELTONMASON COUNTY JOURNAL--Published in t:Christnastown, U.g.A.', ghelLon, Washington Thursday, HOOD CANAL SCHOOL NEWS District Starts Year With Fewer Pupils Than Last Year; Several New Teachers Hood Canal District No. 404 Mrs. Evelyn McKinney has 11. started the year with fewer pup= ils than last year. The primary school at Hoodsport has 115 pu- pils with 51 girls and 64 boys. Mrs. Anna Berge has 31 in her class; Mrs. Dan Moore has 33: Mrs. Orabell A'ey has 1.5; Mrs. Myrtle Himebaugh has 25 and r00D0n,t take [00fooWish chances PITTSBURGH SAFETY GLASS Our omplete sfocks eft DUPLATE  s= r OJon DUOLITE t.,+. Wl.a.,, oh,,. $OLeX Heot-Ab.rblq Ol assure you prompt, efficient glm le placement jobs in all makes amt imdela of cam on the road today. At& US Om  ITMtMI GRIMES & McNEIL 3rd & Grove Sts. Mrs. "McKinney is a new teacher in this district. * $ * Lower Skokomish middle ele- mentary school has ]09 pupils with 53 girls and 56 boys: Richard Bates has 38; Mrs. Edna Bar- nett has 34, and Richard John- son has 37: /irs. Frances Ross teaches all in tmTL Students new to the district are Lewis Dean Bob Kimey, Christine Radcliffe, Jamie Smith Vg:h. Kin- nay, Casay Dean, Linda Gustafson, Jimmy Barton. and Carmen Kin- nay. The Junior high school has 111 pupils with 54 girls and 57 boys. Teachers are Mrs. Barbara Mc- Dowell, Miss Gayle Callanan, Wm. Bryant, Carl Fellstrom, and Earl Crumb. Miss Callanan and Mr. Fellstrom are new teachers in the district Miss Callanan teaches English, Home Ec., and PiE. and Mr. Fell- strom teaches Math, Science and History. New pupils are Karen Kinney, ] Roy Bagley, Robert Blake, Terry i Goodin, Wendy Radcliffe, Brad t Goodin, Cullen Smith, Ben Dan- l ford, and Chris Feltstrom. I We are particularly proud of the Kinneys Who have a child in each of the first seven grades. The University of Washing%on's program in genetics and biology will be greatly broadened with the completion of the Biology wing td the Health Sciences Build- ing, which is now being planned. , ,,,,, , n, ,, ,,,, : , ,,, Will Slari Buying HUCKLEBERRIES- SEPT 28 BelfMr ......... ; .............. Next  North Star Care Lakebay .......... : ............. : ....................... Kinzner's Vaughn .................................... M. E. Mercer Co. Reg. SALE Price PRICE $2,89 Drislan 100% ....,.... $2.19 Pretly - Perm $2.69 iii l . m D Hatiock Grange To Sponsor Dance By l)era Hearhzg MATLOCK ..... Tim Matlock Orange will sponsor its regular dance this Satm'day evening, S;cpt. 21. The I%amblin Four wiil fur- nish the music. Everyone is wel- come to aLLen& urday evening. The hiary },. Knight PTO held Mr. and Mrs. Claude Legacey its meetin ls:t Thursday night and family of Tacoma called at the with our nov,, p'esident in the Edward Valley home Sunday af- chair, 5'.r:;i lZemleth Gribble. Mrs. [ternoon. Jean Owe :s r::%,ncd as secretary. [ MIL AND MRS. I. C. Ford spent h4h*:. ]=Mward Val!ey was e!ectedi Stmday night with the LeRoy sacralacy a?;aln. The harvest din- ll-oot h family of Hoquiam. ner will be Sept. 28 from 6 to 9 hl]'s. J. D. Simpson of B,'emer- ! p.m. I Mrs. Lula Oiers spent Friday mother, Mrs..T.R. Singleon. afie:naon with Mr,: Augusta Po:'t- man. M:'. an=l Mrs. L. D. Portman or Shelton were Rein:lay dinner guests of Mrr,. A;,g'iv.ta Portman aud Carl Portman. Evening callers were Mr. an Mrs. Richard MaL- son an'l on of SkelLon. MR. AND MIIS, C[IARLES Clift of Lewiston, Ida, were weekend esLs of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Clift. Mr. and Mrs. Elvin Hearing called on Mr. and Mrs. Edward Evers of Satsop Friday. Mrs. R. E. Coekburn of Simpson Salmon Hatchery was a dinner guest of Mrs. M. E. Crowell Sat- .'day. Mr. told Mrs. Edward Valley spent Friday evening at the Rod- ger Spalding home. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Valley and ' sons David and LaRdy called at the Clarence Creamer home Sat- ton spent the weekend with her ,.'he I terL.erL Bre_'m]eyer Jr.. fa mily attended the Puyal!np fair Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. I. C. Ford took in the fair Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Jame Wall of Se- attle were weekend vitors of Mr. and Mrs. Max Cash. Mr. and "Mrs. Alvin Owens and family called on the IIerbcrt Breh- meyer Sr., family Sunday after- noon. MR. AND MRS. LARRY Chain- berlin and family spent the week- end will1 the Lud Rossmaier fam:- ily and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Good- burn "in(1 family spent Sunday .with the Rossmaiers. The men folks are helping" Lad to finish his basement. RECEPTION HONORS FORMER ARLA MARR AND HER HUSBAND I'HT'S COOKING IN WHOSE KITCHEN? ( 4-H Members Get Mason County 4-H club mem- bers have been m'inging home h!uc ribhons for their exhibits and ac- tivities at the Wcstern \\;\Cashing- ton Fair at Puyallup. Satnrday and Smday a number of 4-Ilers from this county parti- cipated in thc various parts of tim program. Among the blue ribbon v:inncrs were : CLOTH ING -- Sharhme Mikkel- sen, Robin Bakke, Linda VVilliams, Ruth Ann Trotzer, Beverly Brown and Barbar't Brown, 311 of Shcl- ton, and Kghie Bolender, Hoods- port. FOODs PREPARATION--Ken- ncy Bare, Dale Bracey, Beverly Trotzler, Kathlecn Trotzler. Rob-- in Bakke, Karen Smith and Carol Evers, all of She;ton and Karl( Blair, Tahuya. GARDEN  Joe Brown, three bhle ribbons; Chuck Brown, two blue ribbons and Mike Bourgautt, one blue ribbon. Linda Trotzer was the top in- 35 "Jo.Gurl" Wave Set..,,., 19c $1.98 Anin.. $1.39 59 Palmdive a 0 . .39= A mouth watering favorite re- cipe of Mrs. Vernon Bedell's is that of Australian cookies. Anoth- Hells Pharmacy IT'S 4th & Railroad Phone 426-3327 A HI'T dividual in the. the livestock Brown placed division. Tile Mason fair received a rangement and exhibit in the I believe tile great man is his FOR Don't Miss t Entertainment LaW is TAYLOR E 4th & Cota Visiting Beauty for invalids, shut-ins, hair cutting, setting, shampoo, MILDRED SCHNEIDER WELL DRILL A RECEPTION honoring newlyweds, lyre, and Mrs. Arlin K. held Sept. 11 in the Shelton chapel of the Latter Day water guaranteed Kohler, was Saints. The bride is the former Aria Mart, daughter of Mr. and MYERS Mrs. Earl T. Mare, Shelton. Her new in-laws are Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Kohler, Midway, Utah. Pink and lavender were the predom- i nating colors in the fall flowers used for decorations for the occa- sion. The bride's sister, Mrs. Marie Taylor helped serve the wedding Sales and 24 hour service cake she had baked, assisted by Mrs. Fern Cramer and the Misses Russell Drilling Rosalie Hansen and Leila Cook. Miss Marceile Taylor was in charge of the guest book and Miss Sheryl Boad and Miss Liz Somers attended the gift table. The reception was the second for the young couple. Following their wedding ceremony in the Salt Lake Bill Russell Temple the bridegroom's parents gave a wedding breakfast at the Doll's House in Salt Lake. They later held open house at their home in Midway where the new bride met close to 250 guests who w4iI be her friends and neighbors as the Kohlers will make their first home in Midway. Among Our SERVICEMEN Chester D. Marler, 22, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank C. Marler, Shelton. recently completed basic training at the Naval Training Center, Great Lakes, II1., in grad- uation ceremonies consisting of a full-dress parade involving more than 1,000 men. in Oct. 1962 and received basic training at Fort McClellan, Ala. She attended North Mason High School. David B. Leighton, airman. US,, son of Mr. and Mrs. Cab lains, Shelton. is attending the 16-week Parachute Rigger Class "A" School at the Naval Air Technical Training Unit, Lake- burst, N.J. with graduation slated toe Sept. 20. The course consists of trainhg in packing parachutes and servic- ing survival equipment such as av- iators' life rafts and life jackets. WAC Private Viola L. Baker, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clar- ence A. Baker, Belfair, was as- signed to Headquarters Company at Fort Jay, N.Y., Aug. 29. Private Baker, a stenographer, entered the Women's Army Corps 0 LUMBER 0 HARDWARE 1 mile off,highway on Cole Road Cole Road Builders Cole Road Ph. At iday Fr ... MRS, VERN BEDELL finds eager acceptance from members of " Chrysler, Plymouth, the family when she serves the two favorite recipes listed in this week's Journal. Pictured with their mother is 8 year old Cheryl and Freddie, who is five. We Want You To See These Exceptional Hew 1964 er speciality of hers is mince meat. Every. year, around October,/Eve- lyn hkes to make mince meat and store it for Christmas, New Year's and other holidays that follow. The Bedell's have been married nine years and make their home at 1587 E. Dickinson. Presently, they are in the process of remodel- ing it. t l Newly-Styled 1964 Chrysler is l . VALIANT--'64 STY :il ::::: i [i: .!" No doubt about it! From the number of new custom- ers we've already signed up, it's easy to tell that natural gas will be a big hit in Shelton, as it is all over the U.S.--the fuel used by more Americans than any other. YOUR natural gas is only weeks away now. Ask for your connection. And let us tell you how inexpensive it is to convert your plsent heating system to gas usage. i::!i!i.:: :: Freddie and Cheryl, their two children, acquired a new pet about a week ago. Star, is a baby bunny that founO its way into their home and the children have made iL a welcome addition to the family. Besides the bunny, they have a dog and two kittens. Vern is employed with Bedell Drilling Co. He met Evelyn in West Virginia and they were mar- ried in Arizona. August 22. Mrs. Bedell is active in Southside PTO. She is a member of ftie Baptist Church, and is secretary of one of the women's circles. She belongs to the church choir and is seers- "'-e's'r' ! : Lacy in one of the Sunday SChool departments. Music, flower gardening and sewing are all favorites of hers. But in the kitch_en she excels and cooking is Evelyn s number one en- Coffee and Donuts All Day! joyment. Here are two of her favorite recipes: AUSTRALIAN fOOIKIES 3/4 cup shortening (part butter or margarine for flavor) 1% cups sugar 3 eggs (beaten) 2 T milk 1 t vanilla 3 cups sifted flour 3/4 t. salt 3/4 t. soda 3/4 t. cinnamon / 2 cups raisins l/h cups coarsley chopped nuts. Cream shortening, gradually add sugar, creaming until light and fluffy. Add beaten eggs, milk, and flavoring. Sift flour wit, salt, soda. and cinn.mon, and add. Stir in raisins and'nuts. Drop by T. on lightly greased baking sheet, and bake'in a fairly hot oven (400 deg.) 12 to 15 min. Makes 3 doz. large cookies. MINCE MEAT  gal. ground meat 3 lb. chopped apples (raw) 2 cans red cherries (more, if wanted) 1 box seedless raisins 1 box currants 3 oranges ground, peel and all. 3 lemons ground, peel and all. 1 cup vinegar 1 cups sugar 1 t. cloves 1 t. all spice 1 t. cinnamon 1 t. nutmeg. @ Open 'TiLl 9 p.m. @ On disphy will be the Valiant 200 Plymouth Fury 2 dr. hardtop Chrysler Newport Cascade 122 So. Third Na|urai Gas orp Use3lb. of pork loin and 3 ]b. of any beef lean (or any meat you like). Cook beef an'el pork K,mbel Motors i until it comes from the bone. Shelton, Washington 426-8433 Grind. Salt to taste. If needed use I some meat stock. Mix and bring ............... : ........... to "boil. Cook ,10 to .15 minutes. Stir ..... . . O well. Seal and store. Makes 12 ' .-"-:.: : .-: _5:..:__:_:2:.2::_-.:.:.--...._: ...... L_2:' ............... pints. i ) / 707 S