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October 3, 1963     Shelton Mason County Journal
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October 3, 1963

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Page 4 SHELTON--MASON COUNTY JOURNAL--Published in "Chr[st,mastou,, U."o.A.", SheKon. Washington Thursday, 0c ii ii i i , i , . _ Lake Families Catch Salmon At Westport By I)ori Hiek,on LOST LAKE Mr. and Mrs. IL A. Loertscher and Kay, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Loertscher, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Loertseher Jr.. Mr. and Mrs. "Walter Lash Jr. and \\;Valter Lash St. chartered n boat at YVestport lasl weekend There were 18 salmon caught and the first one caught was by ,Vai- ter Lash St.. and the biggest one was eaugT/t by H A. Loertseher. Noel Braswell. who has been staying at the Leonard Cochran&apos;s since July, had to leave for home Sunday evening. The Cochran's took him to Sea-Tar so he could get started on his way home. which is in Satanta. Karts. NHERIRV SKAGEN'S filly. which is a half sister to Sherry's Champion. will soon have a new home. The filly has been staying at the Harry Boelk's but since Dr. Douglas Larsou purchased her', she will soon be moving to Dr Larson's new home. Sunday afternoon, drop-in guests of the Leonard Cochran home were. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Tibbits, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. TiDbits. Mr. and Mrs. Erman TiDbits, and Mr and Mrs. Ken McBride. Digging Spagum Peat Moss Is New Enterprise At Kamilche Bv Frallees Slmnlons KAMILCHE ..... The newest op- erat.ion in the Kimilche area is the renJoval of pure spagum peat moss from the lower field of the How- ard F'uller ranch. For a number 'of weeks now Ftller has been marketing the peat moss and peat soil from the 25-acre area which uns 20 feet deep shout one third from the center, it has been esti- mated to be 40 feet deep in places. Mr. Fuller expects to operate full time next year. Coming co Mrs. Ethel Whitener's Miss Jeanne Saeger has just come home from Burundi. Africa. She and her mother. Mrs. Merrill Saeger were the Monday evening guests of the Don Saegers. THE COCHRANS were pleased to get a call from their son, Dar- ,rell who called Monday morning from Keesler Air Force Base in Mississippi. Darrell Williaw.s was very hon- ored to get, to ride in the Parade of Champmns at the Gold Creek Stables in Woodinville. Darrell is the first rider from Mason County to be invited to ride in this par- ade for" many years, Thirty riders from Mason Coun- ty Belle Riders and the Grays Har- bor saddle club. went on a trail ride at Bud Everletas. NOW... IS THE TIME TO PLAN YOUR FALL LANDSCAPING! COMPLETE STOCK FALL BULBS AND QUALITY NURSERY STOCK Fall is an Excellenl Time To Plant home last week were Mr. and Mrs. Harold Ford and son and Lynn W'hitener from Houston. Tex., and Mr. and Mrs. Dave Whitener and two children who spent the sum- mer in San Diego, Calif. The Ford family '.have returned to their home in Texas. Rev. and Mrs. Earl Bradley and children and Mr. and Mrs. Ed SiRe attended the fellowship meeting at Lower lhvah last Friday evening. Mrs. Clarence Quinn and Mrs. Carol Ke?ley and daughter Tam- my visited at the Herb Nelson home last Thursday afternoon. Miss Jo Otto is attending bus- ,hess college in Seattle. Mr. and Mrs. J. Eieh visited at the Dan Wood home last Thurs- day evening. The Cecil McHenry family mov- ed to Discovery Bay last weekend where he is employed. Mrs. Harry Scott of Medford, Ore.. a former Kamilehe resident. has moved into the home formerly occupied by the Lester Adams fa- mily. MI{. AND MRS. R. Caldwell and children of the Shelton area have recently moved into the val- ley into the house constructed by the Harry Sootts. former residents. There will be a dance in the Grange Hall Saturday night, Oct. 5. Tuesday even,no" of fhi.q u,ook the William Penn's of LaPush hon- ored their daughter Donna's fifth birthday by a salmon barbecue dinner "}t' the church kitchen. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Taylor vis- ited Mr. and Mrs. John Arnold in Olympia Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Petty attended the funeral of a long-time friend. Archie Randall last Saturday at Olympia. Last Thursday the Ed Petty's spent a very enjoyable day at Paradise Park on Mount Rainier. Mrs. Victor Butts visited Mon- day at the Gene Taylor home. The Ed Petty's were guests at the Robert Petty home last Sunday where a birthday dinner was served honoring Mrs. Petty (Wilma). Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Ed Miller and twn Ernnd daughters Pamela and Kathy. The Petty's live in the Skokomish Val- Dinner Monday Washington State Nurses Asso- ciation, District No. 22, will honor all professional nurses in this dist- rict with dinner at The Colonial House at 7:00 p.m., Monday, Oct. 7. Reservations must be in by noon Local Republicans Ailend Stale Meeting The Washington State Republi- can Central Committee met in gichland on Sept. 27-28. Featured speakers during the conclave were Richard G. Ch'istensen. and State Representative Dan Evans. ley. Mrs. Teverly Taylor and child- mong the items of business was the demsion to hold tile next ren Jessie and Zone of College Place came last Friday to spend State Convention in Tacoma in a few days with her parents, Mr June, 1964. COOK S Attending the sesslons from Ma- and Mrs. Howard Fuller. Mrs. son County were County Chair- Eloise Wokojance and three child- man and Mrs. S. "W. Vander Weg- ren'of Kennewick were also over- en. State Connnitteeman and Mrs. night guests Sympathy is extended to Mrs. C. Nolan Mason. and State Corn- mitteewoman Mrs. H. C. Stirling and Mr. Stirling. highway and the Gene Taylors this ,zeek moved into their new home constructed on the same location as the old home. Congratulations Lo the new home owners ontheir lovely dwellings. ',;: PLAHT FARH SHELTON PHONE 426-4636 COLE ROAD Howard Fuller upon the passing of her mother. Mrs. Jesse Miller of McCleary on Sept. 22 after a long illness. The two new homes constructed this summer are now occupted Helen Huntley ]s now occupying , her home at the intersection of the Kamilche Point road with the Honors Nurses AssodatioB Friday, Oct. 4 which may be made cluding Rev. Horace Mounts pas- by calling Mary Johnson, 426- tor of Sielton First Methodist 4649. or Nancy Cunningham, 426- Church. as speaker. 2015. Mayor Frank A. Travis Jr. has All regimerea nurses are most proclaimed Monday as Nurses Day tveleome to attend whether active, in Shelton. He is pictured above inactive, member or non-member tuRning the proclamation in the in this District No. 22. presence of Betty Townsend (left). The program will consist of president, and Evelyn Fagergren, special entertainment and will be treasurer of the Mason County honored with special guests, in- Nurses Association. Smelhers School of Dance Announces the opening of NEW DAHCE CLASSES !N SHELTON TAP * BALL * IC * MODERN JAZZ BEGINNERS - INTERMEDIATE -- ADVANCED (all ages) REGISTRATION IN MEMORIAL HALL SATURDAY, OCT. 5 -- 10 to 2 O'clock For full information ca|l Olympia 943-4724 BILL R. SMETHERS, instructor ! - - J ..... Sa[e To Sell TiraEer mn County The Departmem of Natural Re- sources annmmced this week that two tracts of tilnber ill lIasol Cotully are among t,h()se to be sold Nov. 25-26. One is the Fosens Lake No, 2 s'rle .'qlMHIL 25 miles north of Shel- ton consisting of 270.000 board lcel of Douglas Fir appraised at $5.- 017.50. The ,her is the Waketickel] No. 1 sale also aboul 25 miles north of Shelton eonsisling of 620.- 000 board feet of old growth and .qecond arowth Douglas fir and hemlock appraDed at $14.:160. The auclion of tim timber will be at lheShell.on District Office ot the Departn]ent of Natural l;esour- COS. 31.Day G! Inst The ia.bit of grace period" has of GI insurance hl!ndreds of years. Joho B. . of Ihe Seattle l ration Regional day. "roe Ffl 2 lly period" time deadlines, and lheir polic.ie: tO P linle \\;vbei eed protection the l<i]'sch advised up that monthly they may be if they have bee payments each grace ne iod. HI-VALUE USED T '63-CHEYROLET, 10 Series, ton 6 Cylinder - Automatic Transmission - Radio" Full Custom equipped - Lots of Extras Less than 6.000 actual miles - Save Hundreds '62-FORD, F-100, 6 Cyl, ton PickUl) Heater - Long Stylside Box - 3 Speed Real Clean - New Paint and Clutch. '61.International SCOUT 4 Wheel Drive Fully equipped - Long top - Hubs - Radio - Heater - Lots of other extras '60-hRernational B-112, ton Panel 6 Cyl. - 3 Speed Trans. - Locking Rear end '60-O. M. 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