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Page 12 SHELTONQMASON COUN2 50URNAG--Published i] "Oliristmastown, U.S.A." Shelfon, Washington Thursday, \\; pk ey erie ..mpre., , lilt Ut.nee,. to.ki= mj GrapePick!s Go|Ling Underwa In The Gralmview Area This Week G1RetAnYd o GraPrV;:&apos;e  th ;u:Tti ra°Yutiti oBfe fi:esosSno:m,::d:YoeAZi:h;;:dieLe:;t grTdP[1;dtny el :ieVefoi,:.ts :::: [ u t e it -f cherts' and surrounding vineyards posed purchase of a new fire truck, day date, was observed at home [ ummm: m[oucmn to.a], nc on the mainland have been so pop- Inasmuch as the Bainbridge Island Thursday when the family joined ] wee.genes sun o rmg a mrry o] i ular with the deer that even the Fire Company operates three of the Orville Kagers for one of/acwty to our mca waters, an green grapes are practically gone. the type of vehicle being consider- Grandma's "out-of-this-world" tur-I naeed the varina is still open The St. Charles Winery began ed by the Grapeview Fire Depart- key d!nners. If that didn't put or umness on tne wee.<enas as this season's grape harvest Tues- ment as a likely purchase, their Don into orbit' the handsome mn" asne p.ieasaweatner no.ms. day with John McGlothlin once Chief, Captain, Lt. and one fire "spaceage" birthday cake surely _Tne Jewm)s on ne nortn e!mo agtin servin as field foreman commissioner came to tell the fire- did! 'treasure lman., encou.ragea Dy • - " - --ut their experience with .......... current climatic conoltlOnS were (rmhlnicr n friendly visit with "" 0" " ' her an extenaea stay wn re- _ ........... , ........... ' - - " * ..... i  ehe,, have and of ........  . . 8Die tO put the zlnmnlng toucnes • ' l claus lo- u, lu F-,,   lauves in lOUlSlana Doug .ul:z . obtaining some of our us v .... a hlful suggestions and rec ....... ".' .... on thmr bulkhead over the week- i ,1 ,,,o rav vr nnd Mr Hal" **'  v o ]s name ann tne v rea utzs coma- . old ScRae and their four child- ommendatlons. The Grapewew n't be happier -o have their three en r ..... oa ,  .... χ€ o_m I .n . Acts, nlectvlnc fh,i*- ovnneu Volunteer Fire )epartment win ,arts toether aain Havin flown ..... "" " " .............. ......... : ''--'r ..... o ....... s.pc.: 3?e:ti]thge t;migTe t .... " - St6fid'g st, was able to Ietnrn t I iW/l:jEl e :rdpw.ScUen!: lud:s!a/re comYlissi hers oo eq s! inTh:dfimYluaD!.-  ;lalready que hiay ' dLafet rh:neeftm.i t h. t a.,- * -, .- eho t"ne of e-ui- remermn lN aval hospital 111 ls the children could also take ad-  ?'. ". .......  _    It is quite reassuring to see the ,^ ..... ,^ _ ., .,^.. . .... . antage of perhaps a last chance new Mercury vapor flood hght that condition is much relieved and he's for the season dip. chase, has been installed in the Grape- looking quite slim, trim and ter- Early Sunday evening, Bob and BACK HOME LN their Treasure view school yard. Not only will rific! Jerry Stratford buzzed over from Island home after a five-week trip this greatly facilitate parking for Vaughn in their runabout to take the Walter Eckerts and the Eke Eacretts for a leisurely cruise. Walter Eckert was especially in- terested in the Vaughn rea from the waterfront perspective, for he had attended school there in the 1890's and had not seen it from NERVE DEAFNESS CAN BE HELPED! The Beltone Classic HFE (High Frequency Emphasis) Hearing Aid is designed especially for this type of deafness. If you have found other hearing aids noisy or distorted, this may be just what you need. A few minutes will tell. Come to see us at: EELLS & VALLEY APPLIANCE CENTER Friday, Oct. 4, between 10 a.m. and 12 noon YOU will be given an audiometric test and shown what help you may derive from this new BELTONE. There is no chergethe test and demonstration are FREE and without obligation. 357-3521 Daniel E. Bruner, BELTONE HEARiHG 00IDS 106 E. 4th, Olympia to the east coast are Ed and Rite Miller. Setting out on their ex- tended trip in the latter part of August, their route was fairly di- rect, stop overs being made at only a few places such as Yellow- stone National Park, Mr. Rush- more and Custer Sate Park. Custer State Park was of spec- ial interest in that Ed and the famous General Custer share the same family tree. Little time was lost after this in reaching East Greenwich, R.I., and the home of their daughter Marcia and hus- band James Peterson. where they spent two happy weeks. Upon bid- ding Jim and Marcia a fond fare- well, the couple drove southward to the U.S. Naval Academy at' An- napolis. Md., where t'fiey made a brief Visit to neDhew Fred Miller, who is a "lowly piebe" at that fa- mous institution. On the return trip to our fair state, only two more stops were made, one being Ogden, Utah to visit former Brem- orlon friengs and the other, Spo- kane. at the home of relatives. A brief tour of duty with the Navy Reserve took Commander Howard Somers to California, from Friday until Sunday P.M. for a brief course on Nuclear Weapons. One especially interesting part of this weekend was a tour of the Aircraft carrier the USS Constel- lation, the largest conventionally powered ship in the U.S. Navy {actually the largest craft is the Nuclear' powered aircraft carrier, The Enterprise). Quite a contrast to the "almos quaint" D.C.-4 plane that provided the transpor- tation for the trip! Another even marc obvious contrast was the 115 degree temperature which greeted Howard at the Training Center. LEAYING CHILDHOOD years behind him, young Donald Pogreba celebrated his entrance into tle world of teenagers with a few For 1964...Comet 1" announces a car .that's every bit as hot as it looks... Number In 'County Receiving Pensions Shows :Increase e NEW YORK (Special) -- Man y that was deducted from wages and salaries over the past 25 years to provide for the future needs of workers and their families is now paying off in good measure in Niason County. More local pebple than ever be- fore, 39.7 of them at the last count, are sharing in the harvest. They are collecting regular monthly checks under the social security program. Most of these beneficiaries are retired workers. Of the others, ,%ome are disabled workers and some are wives, widows, children and other deoendents. How rapidly the pension system is expanding in the county is brought out in the reports issued by the old-age, survivors and dis- ability trust funds. THEY SHOW THAT the num- ber of local residents receiving i penson checks is 39.7 percent high- Thi= i= e eg|nnng ore new kind of Comet. Hal, husky handsome'fop series in Comet's )'_64 lineup. Engines range up to a 4-barrel Cyclone 289 cu. in. V-8 in all Comets• *C=l|enle" means hot.•.-.. ...... in Spanish. And this new Comet speaks the language. It looks hot. And it is! Your choice of four engines provides the punch. The topper is a big Cyclone 289 V-8--most lls'ponsive in field. More choice: Comet's Now Comet offers 3 series... !e top-of-the-line Caliente, and the economical 202 and 404 series. Ten models . . . all bold and racy. A wide /ttonsmlssion hoice, too, includlng a smooth, silent, new ilAulfi-Drive Mere-O-Marie--unmatched at the price. JIM' PAULEY, INC. evening meetings but will also serve as a sffent watchman. Not too well known is the fact that the property upon which the Grapeview school was built and the surrounding schoolyard was donated by Mrs. Ella Harris's fa- ther. Linda Spooner returned home Sept. 22. after a visit in Comox, British Columbia, with cousins, the Alvin Mitchell family. Among her experiences there was night fly- ing. as a passenger! Mr. Mitchell is a retired officer of the Can- adian Royal Air Forcel. On her way home she spent Saturday in Walla Walla to attend the wed- ding of a fellow nursing student, as well as visiting en route with the C. S. Mitchell family in Pas- co. Although unrelated to the Can- adian Mitc1ells; they will be re- membered by some Grapeview res- idents, as Cleland is the son of the late :Mrs. Jane Mitchell, Linda's great aunt. This Saturday {28th) Linda went in to Seattle. to take up residence in McCarty Hall at the U. of W. a day early because she is one of the girls who assist the new ones when they move in. Faye Mitchell writes of the ar- rival of two new great grand- sons. Frank Wheeler's boy (his second) is named John, Toby's is David. THE DON QUERYS were de- lighted to welcome Den's folks. Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Cuthbert of Rigby, Ida., for a week's visit. Chief rec- reation of the Cuthbert's vacation, aside from family visiting, has been fishing, Sun[lay's take was five nice cod fish. With them the folks brought their faithful Pek- ingese "Ming Toy", and speak- ing" of our four-footed friends, there's a new addition to the Query household! "Dixie" is a bouncing bright-eyed little beagle puppy and a perfect gift for Elegance at €o compact price Prime example of Corner's new elegance is the Cal. lento, with the warm look of walnut on the interior trim.., plus lavish biscuit- pattern upholstery, Power steering.., power brakes... AM-FM radio.., air conditioning.., every luxury option" is available in the new Comets. You can even get :.. but nol Ask your Mercury dealer about it. Soon. J--71 COMET__A Mercury Product. LINCOLN.MERCURY DIVISION  MOTOR COMPANY" 50/ Railroad Ave. The ladies of the Sarah Eckert Orthopedic Guild are keeping quite busy. Last Tuesday, Sept. 24th, k£rs.jEsthea: GarLand, Mrs. Maude Rowe and Mrs. Kay Sanford met at the home of Mrs. Judy Staudt to work on the items for the Or- thopedic Country Store and Rum- mage Sale to be held in Bremerton November 12th and 13th. Tlis past Monday Mrs. Staudt and Mrs. Charles Long served our Guild's regular stint of duty at the Orth- opedic Mart in the Winthrop Ho- tel building in Tacoma. The regular meeting of the Fair Harbor Grange will be held tonight at the Grapeview School house. er than it was three years ago, when there were 1,482 recipients. By way of comparison, there was an increase of 31.7 percent elsewhere in the United States and 25.1 percent in the State of Wash- ington. The growth has been the result of changes made in the social se- curity law, extending its scope and permitting more people to qualify. Equally mpressive has been the rise in the dollar amount paid to residents of Mason County. THE OFFICIAL figures how that total payments locally, s of the first of this year, were at the annual rate of $1,762,000. Skokomish .Community Church Plans Rally Day For This Sunday By Mary Valley SKOKOMISH -- Sunday, Oct. 6 will be "Rally Day" at the Skoko- mish Community church. Sunday school 'Starts at 9:45 a.m: with a Moody film. Let's have a record attendance, don't send the child- ren, bring them. A surprise party was held at the Community Hall last Wednes- day evening to honor Mr..and Mrs. Glen Gee on their 25th wedding anniversary. A beautifully decor- ated cake was the centerpiece and a money tree was presented to them. Coming from Seattle to spend the weekend with their parents were Mr. and Mrs. Arian Johnson and Kim. and Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Johnson, Jennifer and Bruce of Milton. :Mr. and Mrs. George Lazier of Tumwater visited his sister and her husband. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Valley Saturday. :Mr. ani Mrs. Harold Hunter spent several days last week in Seattle. Mrs. Hunter stayed with Stanley while Ir. Hunter accom- panied Bob and his wife to Wil- liams Lake in Canada, where they combined business and pleasure. MRS. SHARON Johnson attend- ed the Baptist Women's Retreat at Luke Retreat last week and report a very interesting time. Nine la- dies from the Shelton Church at- tended. Booster Nits at Skokomish Grange was enjoyed by many. Grange was opened by a song, then a prayer by the "’haplifi: followed by the flag presentation. The pro- gram consisted of a duet by Sue Valley and Cindy Stenz; followed by a "Hootenanny" session, a piano solo by Racanne Calkins, some group singing, a solo by Mrs. Edna Bcarden, then the 'Salty Sashay- ors' took over for the remainder' of the program: Mr. and Mrs. William Dyer of :Montesano were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hunter Sun- day. The Dyers also called el. the Paul Hunter home in the after- noon. Mr. and Mrs. George Valley, Sue anff Jan and Cindy Stenz of Island Lake were dinner guests of the Chester Valleys Friday evening. Visitors at the Jim Hunter home last week were Mrs. Hunter's sis- ter. Mrs. Tom Taylor and her two children of Walla Walla. MR. AND IRS. ARTHUR John- son and Mr. and :Mrs. Arvid John- son were pleasantly surprised last Wednesday evening when three nephews, Paul, Johnathon. and Da- vid Johnso of South Dakota sop- pod for an overnight visit. Their grandmother. Mrs. Werner of Forks returned to South Dakota with them to make her home. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Radtke of Hoodsport visited at the :Martin Smith home Sunday. :Mrs. Archie Vaughn was in Se- attle last Thursday to attend the graduating class of Sales Training Incorporated, where her son Ken- ny has been enrolled and was one of the speakers. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Broom and SLoven visited Mrs. Eugene Brown over the weekend. Mr. and :Mrs. Archie Vaughn drove to Tacoma Saturday eve- ning to attend the Rainier Counsel Square Dance. Mr. and Mrs. Eric Sjohohn vis- ited their son Fred and family in Everett over the weekend. Mrs. Leona Vaughn attended a birthday party at the home of Mrs. Minnie Glidden in Olympia on Sat- urday afternoon. Overnight guests at the Eric Sjoholm home Monday were Mr. and Mrs. Allen E. Smith from New Plymouth. Idaho and Parry Jones of Shelton. The Skokomish 3rd and 4th De- gree team will exemplify the work al Agate Grange Hall this Satur- day evening, Oct. 5. All Granges are invited to bring candidates, A potluck lunch follows the meet- ing. Ddnk ) olassee of Milk every day RIGHT LIGHT Is Most IMPORTANT 0 Don't allow poor illumilmtion to handical) your children's education LIGHT COSTS SO LITTLE under your public utility district rates you can't afford to jeopardize the eyesight and the education of your loved ones by improperly lit tudy rooms. If you have problcnm let us help you LIVE BETTER ELECTIICALLY MA0N COUNTY P.U.D. NO. 3 JACK COLE, prcidcnt; TOM WEBB, vice president; EO TAYLOR, ecretary; JERRY SAMPLES, manager Lilliwaup Community Club Party Friday Well Attended I her served at 6 p.m. shap. Elec- tion of officers will be held, fol- lowed by pinochle. Frances Monks and Stella Morken will be hostes- ses. HOOD CANAL Garden Club will meet this Thursday at the Womans' Club house in Potlatch. A plant sale will be held. Elinor Chapter social club held its meeting Monday at the home of Corda Watkins at Jackson Cove. Mr. and Mrs. Roland Willson of Holiday Beach are visiting rel- atives and friends at Presser. Guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. :Matt Kaare Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Hansen of Taco- ma and Mr. Alfred Jorgensen of Vancouver Island, B.C. Jerry and Pat Kaare were very busy people Sunday helping the Mike Simmon family move to Port Angeles where they will make their future home. A large group of relatives and friends gathered at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Smith of Springvater to help celebrate the birthdays of Louise Smith and Marie James. A DELICIOUS barbecue din- ner with all the trimmings was so,wed to the guests. Also two beautiful birthday cakes. Every- one attending had a good time. The guests departed late in the afternoon after wishing the hon- ored guests many more happy birthdays. The Vances motored to Tacoma last Tuesday where they spent ueveral days visiting relatives, BUSINESS Ambulance • Radio Dispatched • Oxygen Equipped • 24 hr. service Torsak Ambulance 2119 Adams St, 426-8254 :Many people simply because haust ly can insure the selves, as well aS gers, by their cars ignoring tenance and ors should knoW, that modm engines and are ty of although signers are doing can to powerful and their toll on the haust ' syster conscious system regularly,' his life... QUALITY sERV PRICE . . • For NEEDS TRUCK or or USED M ERV'S TIRE( COTA . . . Capt. 1960 Std. Featr • Safety checl • Clean - up • :Minor & Sales 514 Ellinoc Auto Glass Hospital • Expert • Rental & • Wheel Installation • beds, • oxygen & JIM PAULEY. INC. Torsak AmbL 5th & Railroad Ph. 426-8231 2119 Adams Barber • Appointments • Wednesday & Thurs. 9:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m, : PHONE 426-2072 , BERNIE'S BARBER SHOP Beauty" , Hair Cuts - $1.50 • Shampoo & Set -- $2.00 • Permanents - $7.50 up • Evening Appointments CH RISTMASTOWN SALON 114 S. 4th downtown 426.8643 Building • New Building • Remodeling • Cabinet Me-king Shelton Home Building Joe Rank 719 N. 4th 426-4545 Draperies,, I • custom made [ • free estimates I • work guaranteed J. C. PENNEY CO. 305 RR Ave. Ph. 426-8283 Drugs • Helena Rubinstein cos, meties • Prescriptions ....... . Hypo-Allergic cosmetics NELL'S PHARMACY Govey Bldg. Ph. 426.3327 Electrical • House wiring & rewiring • Electric Heating • Trouble Shooting • Licensed & Bonded Contractor JIM EINARSSON ELEC. Star Rt’. 2, Box 37, 426-6520 Electrical • Fairbanks-Morse Pumps • Electric Heating • WesUnghouse Applimmcs SHELTON ELECTRIC CO, 419 Railroad Ph. 426-6283 loor Covermgs---- ,Llnolcum ! I . Tile ,, i I • Carpetin I [ • Formica i I .EX FLOOR COVERING I view . I i lnsu • Disability, • Life Iutual & Duane Rodge SUNSET LA Herbert Masonry • Brick, • Free BILL Rt. 3, Box 33 SaalLd, • Top soil • Peal • Custon Johns creek 426-3552 Sewing • Sales • New • All 117 5th Ope Tire • New OK -- Tif° • Recappi$ • Used OK Mr. View TV Servi • Radio • CB LEROY'$ Mt. VieW of All K THE J 227 Cota