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3, 1963 ,, .,v . S I.LTONTMA.SO N O .U. JOURNAE--,Pu_bHshed !n,,cChrifmastown, U.g.A.", Shelten, Washington ................ : P:,,I ? llayton Couple AtSeabee Hood Canal Commun,ty Church Plans Rally Day ary Combs, son It&apos;S Sm@a:m2&?h tled No B nps! t rs. liff Combs, left :!ii{!!3. i ! .!. ..... :::::::::::: .......... PiP: : ::-*: ::::::!%i::i< @{{.',.. ......... : a{{ I " Week for "boot  San Diego Calif. He i. the Seabees and will t lc training at Fort  0nar. e pla hi 8ehoohng and w tgtneering and draft- a{ie, Cl ...... - uu nolo elec- ! at their meeting , ttelen Leonard was teat Mrs. Donna An- Presidert. Mrs. Rose Secretary-treasurer; 0nbs, reporter; Mrs. botts and Mrs Hazel rathity club trustees. e Of lIrs. Helen Leon- irated. Mrs. Donna q 8tess. Riekards and son, accompanied Wed- e .state-4-H fair at s Hiekson, Barney ,. on Trotzer Doris Ltrahon on hardware ,roanie t60K his dog, j a demonstration on  doff. r. rian Hart o Cal- . and Mrs. A. E. Lem- !'l,ffrg vacation trip tifo.. Coast, and ;.,aza Where they vis- alld, Fishernaans' a 'raucisco, through Re.no, went through :. zn Death Valley "ay nore interesting mlls. After coming . tell the Robert Lem- t: Welden families zn Rlrry son of Mr. and Lrnke had the mis- lTtng his leg above . aauFint the knee ea>, xr=ctco o,, k ill,el, Pin through the 'h W n gaests of iVl:rs. iller re Mr. and Mrs. IC z 8helton and for- ' These old friends ach Other for many I0teaUilkin and Mrs. :iles and son, Clarence, ]lzritrs'" in the home 1  Darl Coldv were "oldy. of He- John Schur of Seattle spent the weekend kn the home of his par- cnts, Mr. and Mrs. Delmar Schur. Friday overnight gamsts of Mr. and Mrs. Dell Adams were Mr. and Mrs. Francis Troup and chin dren of Des Metrics. Saturday over- night guests were grandchildren, Cindy, Clint and Lester Tibbits of ChehaliS. Sunday dinner guests were Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Tibbits, Chehalis, and Mr. and Mrs. Lester Adams and children of Tacoma. MR. AND M:RS. l-rA]l Wor- cester of Olympia visited Sunday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Win. Rietdorf. Saturday evening callers in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Pearson were Mr. and Mrs. Pal Noodel and children of Tacolna, Mr. Virgil Severance of College Place, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Grove of California and Mr. and Mrs. Archie Silcox and Julia of Skoko- mish Valley. Sandhi Rietdorf had Tom and Mike Bunnell as FrTday and Sat- urday overnight guests., On Sunday evening, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Berry, Shelton called on Mr. and Mrs. William L. Brown. Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Allen and children of Pelican, Alaska. ar- rived last Tuesday and are staying with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Needham. Mrs. Edna Al- len, Chehalis, who had been visit- ing, accompanied her son and fam- ily on their trip back to Washing- ton. Saturday evening, the Win. Ret- doff family enjoyed a picnic din- ner at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Chesley White. Milse HulberL was home from Seattle Pacific Co]logo to spend the weekend ffth him parents, 1.*I-. and Mrs. Alvin Hulbert. MONDAY "DINNI% guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Tod ere Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Todd and ]Y[r. Bill Strope. Mr. and Mrs. Pete Bloomfield and family and Mrs. Les Bishop of Kamilehe visited on Friday ev- ening at South Bay with Mr. and Mrs. Jerr Bloonffield. SundayYvisitors at the Alvin Hulbcrt home were Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ferris of Island Lake and Mr. and Mrs. Chester Valley of Skokomish Valley. Sharon atters was Saturday overnight guesl of Susan Bloom- field. Mrs. Alvin Hulbert called on Mrs. b. A. Todd on Monday. HOODSPORT-- An overflow. crowd iv expected for Rally Day, Oct. 6, at Hood Canal Community Church. Sunday school attendance jumped to 124 this past Sunday as the staff began to contact ab- sentees and new folks in tim com- munity. Rev. Wesley Gain, acting Superintendent, urges everyone to be in their place, with a friend, if possible, at 9:45 a.m. The Junior High young people presented a cle- ver skit to promote this special day. Sylvia Sund was the deceased (?) daughter, Beth Crumb, the mother; Don Bearden, the Doctor; and Tom Eastgard, the undertaker. Frank Gray was the casting direc- tor, complete even to sun glasses and flashy shirt. George Thompson passed away at the Shelton Hospital on Satur- day morning following an illness of several weeks. Services were held Wednesday. Sympathy is ex- tendet to the family. N[onday Archie Calahan celebra- ted another birthday. -Iis aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. RoberLson from Cammano Islaud and his sis- ter, Mrs. Ben Momqs were here to share the day with him. Tues- day morning Blanche and Vye left by car for Los Angeles. Their husbands will slay by their re- spective businesses until Friday when they will fly down to at- tend the World Series and join the gels for the drive home. Judy Shumate underwent surg- ery at St. Joseph's Hospital Fri- day motoring and is now recuper- ating at home for a few days. Her twin. Janie, was able to come over from Ellensburg to visit her on the weekend. THE TEACHER' in this dis- trict attended a regional Institute in Olympia Wednesday so the chil- dren enjoyed a day off from school. Mr. and Mrs. Nell Smmons, Jr. moved to ort Angeles on the weekend. In listing the qollcge young peo- ple last week I missed Dennis Sandvig who will be working to- ward a Batehelor Degree in Elec- tronic Engineering" at. W.W.C.E. at Bell2ngham this fall. Jeanie Cole is also a student there, en- tering her second year in educa- tion. Jim Smith is enrolled at Olympic for several night classes. John Dickinson. son of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Dickinson. is at.tend- ing St. Martin's high school in Olympia this year. John is starting his sophomore year. Their daugh- ter. Joan, is entering her senmr year at St. Mary's Acadmny. Tuesday an organizational meet- ing for Girl Scouting was held at ihc Lower Skokomish School. 7vh.s. aolm Denison will be leading the 4th grade troop. Mrs. Bart Rob- bins the 5th graders and Mrs. Ray Morris will work with the 6th grade girls. The Brownie troops will soon be under way. Advance no'.ice for all women of the Canal area: The Mary Nanee Missionary Society of" H.C.C. Church u;ill have their Fall Social at the home of Mary Jane Sund Oct. 11 at 8 p.m. Mrs. Ann Sando- val of Shelton will be the guest speaker. Save the evening of Oct. 11. Eleanor Addleman was busy en- tertaining last week. Blanche Cal- ahan assisted her with a meeting of the Sewing club on Thursday evening. The O.N.C. club also met in her home and laid plans for the dinner and evening out that they enjoy each fall. GAILY BEARDEN has complet- ed his enlistment in the U.S. Naxu and is back on good ale Hood Ca- nal. He arrived jnst iu time to get in on the family's excitement of moving in to the new home just completed on the beach be- tween the Mel Bearden home and the Vigor home. A dozen young people from the church enjoyed a Progressive Din- -mr on Saturday night. Appetizers h, ere stowed aL the home of Mr. md Mrs. Frank Gray. Soup was :he course served at the Andy Scott's. Mrs. Harold Sund served salad to the group. Mr. and Mrs. gill Bolender welcomed them for the main cam'so at their home oil Indian Beach. Dessert was served by Mrs. Erling Eastgard. Dr. and Mrs. Wesley Gain served after- dinner mints in their hon%e at the close of the evening. Mr. and Mrs: Ken Graves, former residents and former youth advisors aL the church, were spending a few days here m%2 joined Lhe party. Mr. and Mi's. Edwin Kertz have. retuuned to their home in Felts- town, Pa , "after a pleasant lO-day visit with her brother, George Yo- com. Trips to Mt. Rainier and Hurricane Ridge were enjoyed dur- ing their stay. Johnny Laramie had a birthday on Saturday. His maternal grand- mother, Mrs. Avcne Richert and her me4er, :Mrs. Clifford Gend- reau came out" from Shelton bear- ing gifts and shared his cake with the rest of the Laramie familic. N TICE Effective November 1, 1963, we are clos- ing our Frozen Food Lockers. Anyone having food in the Lockers, please remove prior to that date. We will, however, continue our Greens business. NORTHWEST EVERGREEN GO. YOUR BRAND Suilt whh New, So;entitle /'/gV t Posture Perfect A Real Bargain in Smooth, Healthful Sleeping Comfortl Only a very special purchase makes it possible for us to offer you this outstanding bedding at a price far below the regular retail value. Don't miss this chance to pocket cold cash savings on a mattress designed for many long ,/ears of smooth, healthful sleep! COMPARE THESE LUXURY FEATURES-THEN HURRY FOR THE BUY OF YOUR UFEI IT'S TUFTLESS?--No buttons or bumps, no UPHOLSTERED WiTH--Thlck layers of com- "hiils and valleys." fortable cotton felt. @ 837 Coil "Posture Perfect" Innerspring-- Gives healthfully-firm "PRESSURIZED" SMARTLY TAILORED--With taped seams, support to your entire body. air vents, handles for turning. LONG-WEARIN6 COVERIN6S--In beautiful, BOX SPRING TO MATCH--Durable onstru- decrator'apprved colors. Lion on solid wood frame. Eells & Valley Appliance Center @ Where You Get The Best Deal By George @ 2nd and Cote Streets Phone 426-4663 EELLS & VALLEY have made a sensational purchase on famous HOTPOINT freezers (both chest t upright " "n on th!s purc.hase models) the pr,ces we are offer: g are the best we have had :n our 17 years in bus,ness in Shelton. =o--= .=.u.,.. re very special also -- noth,ng down, as low as $10 per month. F R E E D E L i V E RY. Don't miss this fantastic buying opportunity- each freezer is Guaranteed for S years and carries a full food protection (spoilage) insurance plan. Don't settle for less than the very best. HOTPOINT COME see and Save MANY $ $ $ $ E APPLIANCE ELLS ,.d VALLEY CENTER Where, You Always. Get The Best Deal, By George :@ Second and Cola Street Ph0e 426 4663