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PACE 10 ZtIELTON--MAg0N COUNTY JOURNAL Published in Ohri.tmastown, U.S.A.", Shdton, Washington Thursday, j , m m Five Divorces Are Granled By Court Five divorces were granted in :Mason County Superior Court be- fore Judge Charles T. VVriKht Fri- day. Decrees were mgned for Pat- rieia Owens from Charles Owens; Leon Fleming from Catherine Fle- ming; Wanda Marshall frmn Ver- non Marshall; Myrtle Kelly from Jack Kelly and Novella Booth from l,obert Booth. In a contempt of court Action for non-payment of child support, William Essex. Kent. was given 30 days by Judge Wright to pay up delinquent support payments. Try A Journal Want Ad Can Save v, ,u Tax Moneyl Are you Ialmlng all drug do ductions to which you are entitled? Thousands of items can be lhted. DrugTax--:avaHable free to mtr t'ustomers---furntshes you an aa- nual record. Come in today and ask about DrugTaL It'| e. Start =eying tax moneyl PREPP'S Rexa|! Store Phone 426-4642 Copyright 1962 i i, i ii i ll|l t J Dayton Ladies Club To Meet Tuesday; Officers To Be Elected By Mabel Kidd Ladies' Clnb will meeL Tues- day, Sept. 24 with Mrs. Pete Ro- berts as hostess. Election of offi- cers will be held. If you have no wish to hold an office it would be advisable to be there. Saturday visil, ors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Darl Goldy were Mr. and Mrs. Emery Swan of Cen- tralia. Joe Luhm of Ehna called on Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Rayson Sam> oay. I)oris Hickson and Joe Brown were members of the livestock jud- ging team that wen to Puyallup Sat nrday. Doris spent Saturday with Kay LoerLscher of Isabella Valley and Sunday accompanied the Hartley Loertscher family to the Puyallup Fair for the dress revue. Sunday visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dell Adams were Mr. and Mrs. tester Adams and family of Tacoma, Mr. and Mrs. Homer Adams, Arcadia Road. and Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Tib- bits and children or Chehalis. Gerald Needham and Jack Shore attended the Alder-Log Grading School held at Newport Ore. Thursday through Saturday. VISITORS DURING the week in the home of :Mr. and Mrs. Wil- liam L. Brown were Mr, and Mrs. Kenneth Selvidge, Mrs. Carmen Nukala, Dan Brown, Mr. and Mrs. George Bloomfield, Mr. and Mrs. Don Herrick, Trs. elite Netson and Mr, and Mrs. Ted Berry. Mrs. Etta Sherid, Jan and Mar- cie Of Shelton were Sunday callers in the William Rietdorf home. Jean Nault of" Sheltou spent Thursday overnight with Geraldine Schur. Mrs. Gladys Zoyer of LiIliwaup RIGHT LIGHT Is Most IHPORTANT @ Don't Mlow poor illumination to handicap your children's education LIGHT COSTS SOLITTLE under your public utility district rates you can't afford to jeopardize the eyesight and the education of your loved ones by improperly lit study rooms. If you have problems let us help you LIVE BETTER ELECTRICALLY MASON COUNTY P.U.D. NO. 3 JACK COLE, president; TOM WEBB, vice president; ED TAYLOR, secretary; JERRY SAMPLES, manager was a Sunday visitor in the Darl Goldy home, Mr. and Mrs. Allan Ford ac- companied by Mrs. Melvin New- man attended the Olympia Dog Fanciers' Assocmtion Meeting in Laee Monday eveuing in the home r)f Mr. and ]Irs. Phillip Bergstrom. The Robert Schm" family of Ta- coma were Sunday dim..r guests of Mr. and Mrs. Delmer Schur. Mrs. Edna G. Allen of Kent left by jet Saturday for Pelican. Ahts- ka where she will visit her son and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Allen and five ehihh'en. Mrs. C N. Allen is the former LeaTf Needham. Doris IIickson spent Friday night in the Shelton home of Sha- ron Moffatt. The Ron Moore family visited in Puyallup Sunday with Mr. and :Mrs, Blair Misner. Sunday, Iete Bloomfield and Peggy, Ed and Joe Brom and Claude McIrvin fished at Westport off Vermillians Charter Boat. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Todd enjoyed A visit Saturday from grandson, Gary Todd of Port Orchard. He is with the National Guard and will be in Idaho for training. BOB AND AI,ECA Ruddell at- tended the Puyallup Fair Satur- day for the junior foods judging. Sunday, Aleca went for the dress revile. Darlene Bloomfield motored to Seattle Tuesday to pick up Coco Morrison of Hawaii wire will be spending the week. Mr. and Mrs, flames Lames and Mr. and Mrs. Willis Tibbits and girls of Lost Lake and the J. C, Tibbtts family of Chehlis were Sunday dinnei" guests of Mr. and Mrs. Allen Tibbits. On Tuesday, Mrs. Pete Bloom- field and Mrs. Floyd Waiters cal- led on Mrs. Les Bishop of Ka- milche. Attending the fair Saturday were Mr, and Ml. Hans Lund and Dar- lene accompanied by Sonja Ahl- quist. Vickie and Linda 8taller has as Friday overnight guests Cathy Bae. :Mrs. Gertrude Scott acconpanied lr. and Mrs. Bill Homan of Shel- ton to the fair on Sunday. :Mrs. Signe Kneeland of Shelton dined Sunday in the home of Mr. and :Mrs. L. A. Todd. Mr. and Mrs. L A. Todd called on Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Todd in their Shelton home on Friday. Mrs. Vernon Stewart and Mrs. Doyle Howard called on their sis- ter, Mrs. rilliam L. Brown Tues- day. Orthopedic Guild At Beifair Has Fourth Annual Silver Coffee By Carolyn Freelin BELFAIR -- Member's of the Frances F. Gladwin Orthopedic Guild gave their 4th Annual silver coffee yesterday noon. The even[, marling the beginnirj of the group's active ye:tr, has been a custom since the Guild's forma- tion here. Its proceeds go to the Seattle Chihh'en's Orthol)edic Hos- pital. Yesterday's gatlering was held :it the home of Mrs. Edward Har- ris on the North Shore at Chero- kee Strip. Hostesses were Mrs. Ig0yd Hunter. Mrs. Robert K. Johnsen. and Mrs. Harris. Mrs. Earl Anderson was general chair- man. Pouring were Mrs. Jotm Al- len of the North Shore aud Mrs. "William Hunt. Guild president. Tomorrow is the day for all North Mason Elementary School youngsters who planted seeds last spring for the 3unior fair spon- sored annually by the Evergreen Garden Chlb. All the ymmg gard- eners are urged to bring their fto- wers and vegetables to school for judging, which will take place at 10 a.m. Ribbons will be awarded and prizes will go to all blue ri])- ben winners, AS well as a special cash prize to the class with the most blue ribbons. Following the judging, the chil- dren will go class by class through the gymnasium to view the fair Mr. and Mrs, Albert Eddy, who were married Aug. 30 in the BeN fair Comnmnity Baptist Church were honored last Saturday eve- ning at a reception at the Belfair Masonic Temple. B a s k e t s of yellow and white dahlias and tables decked wil.h yellow cloths and while hllle set the color theme chosen by the new Mrs, Eddy for her wedding. Pouring were Ms. James H Grif- fey and Mrs Elmer Slagle. Mrs. Leonard Peterson served at the punch bowl. and Mrs. John John- son cul the yellow and white dec- orated Naltcse Cross cake. The Misses Cheryl NoKKle and Vieki Bell were al the gift table, and Miss Nancy Baser and Miss Cin- dy Trammell tended the guest ook. About 250 friends of the couple attended the reception. "BACK TO SCIIOrOI '' was the theme of a supper party last Fri- day evening at the James E. Wil- son home on the South Shore. John "Wilson, who begins his first year at Olympic College this fall. gave the party fro' fellow 1963' graduates of North Mason high school and freshmen about to en- ter four different colleges. Those who enjoyed the turkey dinner and geL-together were Nancy Mat- Lus an(l Connie Harris. who will enter the University of Washing- and will be stowed refreshments by ton: Ellen Kaschel who will at- club members. Parents are invited tend Eastern Washington State to see the fair results at this time College at Cheney; Joe Caskey, too. The fair is an annual pro- an Olympic College freshman, ject of the garden club, and as and Terry Pacquette, who will such has received several civic study at Linfield College in Ore- project awards at the State Gar- son. Also present was John's bro- den Club conventions, ther Jim, a senior this year at Linfield. A highlight of the eve- NOR.TEl MASON Senior High sing was a decorated cake with Parent-Teachers Association will not meet tonight as stated in last week's column. At a meeting of the eTA board last Tuesday eve- ning the decision was made to postpone this month's meeting, due to a conflicting meeting which several of the North Mason teach- ers must attend. The September "get acquainted" meeting, which will feature five-minute [alks by Sallie Travis, Timm Wing, and Paul Furctert on their summer program experiences and an exte- decI social hour, will be held at 8 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 26 at the high school. Except for this month's postponement, the PTA will meet regularly on the third Thursday evening of each month. the inscription, "For College Bound Freshmen". It's back to college for many more Be]fair young people these days. Among those entering Olym- pic College are Gone Foster. Mary Wilbm', Bob Pelan Valerie Weisel, David Wells, Ken Kovaek, and Sally McDonald. Returning to OC are sophomore Jeri Matz, Tom DoLce, and Tom Pidduck; and John Stokes, who will work on advanced studies in music. Freshman Melinda Merrill and sophomore Jean Kunzl left re- cently to begin the school year at Washington State University at Pullman, Diana and Edanna Strick- land will also begin their first year at State. Robert Spooner will O g/ . be a freshman at Reed College in Drlnk Oregon, and Suzy "vVin will be- gin studies at Seattle University. RETURNING for his sophomore of M]/k Off d year at Eastern Washington State College is Butch Brae.. TJ Wing will be a senior a.t Central "Vash- ington State. and Carolyn Kunzl will mart her jlinior year at West- era \\;Vashington State College. Jim Sargent will be a ,ophomore at Western. Juniors at the Univer- sity of Washington will be Korea t(ovack. Carolyn Freelin. Carol Mall.us, Barbara Nelson. and I,es- lie McDonald. North Shore residenls were sur- prised last Satm'day to see a seal ell'ells in their front yards, q'he l)erl'ormance centered arm/nd the, Collnly l)o('k area., starred a teeth- er hair seal, or harbor seal, and her ymmgster. The pair entertain- ed a group of onlookers all affer- noon. although Junior fonnd the exercise something of a strain and and required frequenl rests on 1he dock and rafts. Although not normally so tame, sea.ls are a not unconllnOll sight ill the Canal especially at "this time of year as lhe smelt rnns hegin. And speaking of smell, the season begins Saturday morning. Accord- ing to S. A. Moore. Game Dept. representative, smelt fishermen shou:. be aware of the regulalions on this fish. The take is limited to 20 pounds per person, with each advised to i,se his own coukalner. Fishermcn are required to keep the first 20 pounds of catch And smelt fishing is prohibited from 8 a.m. Thursday to 8 a.m, Satur- days. A IIUMMAGE SALE will be held tomorrow Sept. 20 beginning al 9 a.m at Lhe old PUD office. The sale is the project of the Elanche Radtke Orthopidic Guild. and funds raised will go to the Mary ridges Children's Orthope- (lie Hospital, with is: affiliated, in Stuyts of the No n'al chairman of \\; this man gives you driving pl He gives your car a lift proper lubrication. He he avoid trouble by keepi bearings from getting Come let our expert grease your car to insur smoother driving! ONE stop here will keep you safely COLE'S HOBILGAS 1ST AND PINE OAIRIGOLO START THIM ) BACK-TO-SCHOOL healthy, happy, strong and alert with Darigold Milk. They need at least 3 glasses every dayl AT YOUR DOOR OR FAVORITE STORE CensUSHealthlnformatlonTO See.k Announcing Plymouth and Valiant for 1964 The extent to which Americans are protected against polio and several other diseases will be mea- sured in the Census Bureau's Sep- tember Current Population Sur- vey, it was announced today by Director Guy E. Rainboth of the Bureau's regional office at Se- attle. Infonation will be obtained from selected households locally and in 356 other sample areas throughout the country during the week of Sept. 16. The questions on immunization, to be asked at the request of the U.S. Public Health Service. are in addition to the reg- ular monthly inquiries about em- ployment and unemployment made for the U.S. Bureau of Labor Sta- tistics. QuesLion on the number of po- lio shots and on oral vaccine ta- ken will be asked about persons under 50 years of age, while ques- tions on smallpox vaccination and influenza shots will apply to all family members regardless of age. Diptheria, whooping cough, and tetanus shot information will be obtained only for children of 14 and under. Ready For College? Don't Forget... Journal School Term Subscription s32s Keep up with the local scoop -- mailed to you weekly during the school term Call today- 426-4412  Sport Fury 2-door hardtOP This good-looking 1964 Plymouth really gets up and goes a has a 5-year/50,000.mile warranty* to keep it going that waY. This is the brand-new Plymouth for 1964. And it is backed by a tough 5-year/50,000- If this is the year you picked to bUY $ beautiful year to It is clean, simple, modern in every line. mile warranty* on the parts that keep new car, you picked a ., It is quick, alert, vigorous in every move. you going.., the engine and drive train. 8et up andgo Plqrno Signet 200 2-door hardtop OW a This smart-looking 1964 Valiant is a hummer in ,ts n right , it's the low-priced compact with a 5-year/S0,000.mtle" warranff' It would take a lot of compact to top Valiant gine is where the word "hummer" comes this year. Take styling. Valiant has more from. Take quality, Valiant's 5-year/50,000- I Valiant/64 style charm allaroundthan most compacts. Take mile engine and drive train warranty* Best all-around gem performance. Valiant's standard 101-hp en- speaks for itself. Take a test drive, Soon. l *HERE'S HOWTHE sTRONG 5/S0 .WP,,RRANTY PROTECTS PLYMOUTH AND VALIANT OWNERS: Chrys!er .Corpora!ion warrants for 5 years or 50,000 miles, agair materials and workmanship and will replace or repair at a Chrysler Motors Crporation Authorized Dealer's place el usiness, me engine block, head and internal parts, intake manifol( water pump, case and interna parts (excluding manual clutch), torque convertor, drive shaft, universal joints, rear axle and differential, and rear wheel bearings of its 1964 automobiles provided the ( changed every 3 months or 4,000 m= es, whichever Comes first, the oil filter replaced every second el change and the carburetor air filter cleaned every 6 months and replaced every 2 years, and every furnishes to such a dealer evidence of performance of the required service, and requests the dealer to certify (1) receipt of such evidence and (2) the car's then current mileage. See Plymouth and Valiant in action on "The Bob Hope Show," the 'Vorld Series," and ''The Huntloy-Brinkley Roport"--NBC-TV. SEE BOTH AT YOUR PLYMOUTH-VALIANT DEALER'S TODAY PLYMOUTH DIVISION Kimbel Motors, Inc. 7{)7 S. First Street "ON DISPLAY,-SEPTEMBER20" ........... = .......