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October 3, 1963

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]er 3y 1963 SHELTOTAS0N COUNrY JOUlNPlblished in 'g0hmaow)ool, Shelon Wallrgorl lge  |hMason Kiwanis Club Are Hosts Dinnei At :Belfair Beachcombers Garden Club Plans ........ ..... ill By Rachel lreelhl iln ,  Even will1 the ny weather of the past 'S, there are many signs !:4ging season in the con.,- L00nha00,e musical run Organ ; rt! Beginners, 'a!"tltlsanyone can p ay zit's so easy on a ',tltid so easy to ownl thfings you Lowrey's n Olcesplus ii " gand exclusive effects. d r-ab|ncts enhanced with tUbbed finishes, in 4bn@cnY and walnu t (.  Glide for trombone ]hi, brute for pulsating ::.:Mt i. o aCCent voices :l " "Ualboard. S BOX have taken over the Canal from the water skiers and scuba divers; and the local gvoup :arc bus5; with fall activities. North Mason Kiwanis Club members entertained with a. Lad- ies' Night dinncr last Tuesday eve- ning at the Belfair Barn. Visitors from both Bremerton and Port Of chard Kiwanis clubs, along with members of the local group, their wives and guests, brought attend- anee to about 80. Small tables were grouped around the huge cir- cular fireplace for the turkey din-' her, prepared under the co-chair- manship of Ed Berberet and Ivan Holm, assisted by a number of club members. Bill Grit/ira was in charge of the evening's program, with num- bers by the regular Barn enter- tainers, and the newly-formed three fifths group from North Ma- son High School: Tim Wing, Ted Gierky and Pete Merrill. Donn Nel- son, new music instructor at the sehooI, played the piano and Mike Ernesti, drums, for the trio. Special chests were Miss Nancy Mattus and Don Shellgrin, winners of the Kiwanis Ac-'tivity Award for '6a, Officers of the club are Robert Johnsen. who acted as host for the evening, president; Melvin Na- gle, vice president; Gordon Mc- Knight, secretary-treasurer. AnoU]er dinner this past week was one given at the Hearthstone in Bremerton on the evening of the 26th in honor of Mrs. Roy (Helen) Mitchell. The event was planned by employees of the Electronics dvmmn of Stock Control in the P.S.N.S.; where "MiLch" was a su- pervisor before her retirement ear- ly this summer. About 75 fellow- workers and friends were present at the ,]inner. With both Roy and Helen re- tired, the Mitchells say they are going Lo take several planned-for trips, and enjoy their leisure at their North Shore home. But the many friends of the couple can't exactly see them with unoccupied time on their hands, and are belt- 426-4302 SHOES WOMEN'S LOAFERS $699 @BLACK @ LT. BROWN tDARK BROWN IMED. BROWN eMOKI E WOMEN'S WINTER BOOTS FLEECE LINED BLACK AND BROWN LEATHER OR RUBBER $5 99 to S999 BOOTERY ing that it will be a very active leisure ! bTtLL AN O'i'ttlJl; DINNER, this one a Smorgasbord, was given Sunday afternoon at the Belfair Fire Hall by members of the Vet unteer Fire Department Auxiliary. Marked by the usual good cooking, this .,as a fund-raising project for the service projects and youth ac- tivities sponsored by the Auxiliary. In the next few months this active group will be packing and mailing gift boxes to all service- men from this area; buying new records for the teen-age gather- ings they sponsor, and providing gifts for senior-citizens at local ,Nursing Homes. So. another fund- raising event to meet the many expenses from these projects will be given later this month. It will be a "luncheon is served" at the Fire Hall. so watch for the date. Another event now in the plan- ning stage is the Elementary PTA's mzmmage sale. which will be held locally. The weather has been fine for fall-housecleaning, and now anyone with boxes of dis- cards needs only to contact a mem- ber of the PTA to arrange for pick-up of the articles ............. At tonight's meeting of the group at Lira grade school Dr. Bar- bara Bliss will speak on "Emo- tional Problems of the Child". The program is open to everyone and will start promptly at 8 p.m., with the business meeting following the question and answer period at the end of Dr. Bliss' talk. FIFTEEN YOUNG people, ca- tering the fourth grade at the Belfair Commnnity Church SuIday School. were awarded Bibles st last Sunday's nmrning service. Each year the Bibles, engraved with I/he owner's name, are given lo graduates of the Church School third grade. Receiving them this year were: Susan Scott, Pamela DeLong, Mary Kristin Johnsen. Rona Louise Harper. John Criss, Richard Squire, Donald Squire, Linda Meyer, tToxanne Beeson. Sandra Scott, Judy Griffith, Van- essa Hoppe, Ben Vn Ho.rn, David Guy, Mike Dillenburg. Mrs. Harold Allen has been the group's teacher. . Rev. rendell Harder, a candi- date for the ministry of the church, was in charge of mozning worship, and with his wife and family was honored at a recep- tion following the sewices. The Frances F. Gladin Ortho- pedic Guild will be meeting aL the home of the presidcnt, Mrs. Win. Hunt. on Oct. 9. Included in the business for tbe day will be the election of a new treasurer; and a review of the successful Silver Coffee given last mont as a mo- ney raisin project for the Ortho- pedic I-Inspire 1. Mr. and Mrs. James Huffman returned last week from a, trip to Grand Marais. Minn They report- ed driving particularly pleasant at this time of year. and good weather. One of their many stops was in Osage, Wyoming, where they visited Mrs. Anna Townsend, mother of Mrs. Wm. McKimson and C. C. Toxmsend of Mission Creek; and a/ornlcr visitor in this area. PLEDGED TO SORORITIES Two Shclton girls were pledge to sororities at the University of t"uget Sound aL the bcginning of the fall semester. They were Paula Harman, Alphi Phi. and Jana Run- nion, Kappa Alpha TheLa. Education is our only political safety. Outside of this ark all is deluge. --Horace Mann Work P00rty By Judy Von Osten ALLYN Boa ehcombers Gar- den Club will hold a work party at the Victor Cemetery for the poisoning of locusts and scotch- broom. Jack and Evelyn Best of Mon- tesano spent the weekend st their sunnner home in Victor. Their son Chuck is in Navy training at San Diego. The 4-H Chuekraiders of BeN fair sponsored a Gymkana at the Belfair Barn on Sunday. As this was their first experience with this type of activity they we,:e assisted by the SaddleiLes Club of Bremerton, Barbara Kowalcyzk won the hgh point trophy. Be- tween Barbara, Susan and Jimmy, they brought home 15 ribbons. Most participants were from BeN fair area and the North Shore, and some from Allyn. Mrs. Helen Allyn of Victor cele- brated her birthday this week. Various neighbors baked her cakes and called on her during the week to help her celebrate. May you have many more Happy Birthdays. MRS. ELSIE Clements and Mrs. Lois Terrell spent last Thursday shopping aL .Lakewood Center in Tacoma. Perry and Nona Valley have moved to their home in Tracye- ton. We wish them lots of success in thir newly-o)ened bra]sh plant. tie Valleys had been making their home with their daughter and fa- mily, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Wjmn. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Morgan spent the weekend at Mossyrock with daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Anderson. M'r. and Mrs. Don Willys of Victor are spending a few days at Roseburg, Ore. We are so happy to report that Mrs. Laura Knoell of Victor is At 9i00tor Cemetery much improved and will come home from Tacoma General Hos- pital Friday. MRS. DOROTIII r Griffcy had a cotton knit party on Friday eve- ning. Twelve ladies attended. Dor- othy served refreshments after ev- eryone had vieved the various articles ot clothing. Mr. and Mrs. Godfrey Bery of Tacoma were callers on Mrs. Helen Jones of Victor and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Terrell of Allyn on Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Betty Land of Victor had a fund-raising luncheon for the Victor Improvement Club on Wed- nesday of last. week. Mrs. Eveij McVeely 'was the winner of the door prize. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Izett had recent visitors from Vince. Calif, They were Carl's brother and wife and friends of theirs, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur :rzett and Mr. and Mrs. Coffey. While here they had a re- union of the cousins from around here and had 21 people. Some of tl]e cousins hadn't seen each other for 30 years. Eight cameras were busy taking pictures of all the family and fun. The smelt run is in and if you are catching then] please remem- ber people on the Hood Canal like to have their privacy and not to have their property ruined by in- considerate people, MR. :AND MRS. Harvey Wolfe were dinner guests of Earl Ter- rells Sunday. Mrs. Margic Beeson's sister, Vo- letta Hardy, and husband of Se- attle, were eallers at the Reason home on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Boyec of Allyn have spent: two weeks in Victoria at the borne of Mr. and Mrs. Archie Clegg. The fishing was very poor. Mason County Bell Biders Take Part In Trail Ride At Eima By Mrs. llay Kra.teh SOIJTHSIDE -- Mason County Bell Riders participated in a trail ride Sunday hosted by Bud Ever- lcth of Elms3 The group rode for one hour before hmch, up in the hills behind vcrleth's place. They retmnaed to the ranch house and had sack hmches. The ride con- tinned in the afternoon for four hours. About 20 miles were covered throughout the day. ThoQsa from Elma were Jim Quimby, Armand and Mary Marie Mooncy and Bud Everle'th. the best. Those from the Bell Riders who rode to make up the 28 rid- ors were Pete and Bill Roberts, Leo Bishop, Kathy Sutherland, Sug Townsend, Ness Bozarth, 131ondy Systma, Blaeky Graham, Cub and Gall egg and Cliff and Dennis ombs. The fan"dlfes Ltt' came out arln2ost in full force were Ben Goldie. Shirlie. Darrel nd Benny Williams, John, Vats, Shells and obby Holtorf. several members of the Silver Stars were Ralph Bariekman and Georgia Magnett. Those to lead at the end of the r, rail ride were Mrs. Mag- nett, Bre Ogg and im Lightbody. All had a wonderful time and want to thank Bud Everleth for his guided tour of the most per- fect:.t,-ail- ]'ide--'-creeks were "eros sed, steep hills were climbed and brust was trampled. Those that were unable to attend missed a wonderful time. Posse grounds this Sunday with a pot hmk and ev- eryone is invited. Don't forget the Bell Riders' Saddle Club meeting Oct. 4 this F/']day. SOUTIISIDE PTO executive $ board met Sept. 24 at Don Wilsons' home. Southsidc PTO will have its next meeting Oct. 7 at 7:30 p.m. at the Soutbside school. There will be the Library openhouse and would like evcryone to attend. Southsidc will have its annual camival Nov. 2, with Mr. and Mrs. Harold John- son as chairman. Start saving your wlfite elephants and making gifts for the gift booth. Guests of Mr. aad Mrs. Roy Bnmbaugh for the weekend were cha and Janice last Tuesday eve- ning :lnd Art Palmer visited the Ray Kratcha's Wednesday evening. Sending Coins Through The Mail Is Taking Chance "If you have coins which you don't care shout, deposit them loose in the mails." says Postmast- erE. H. Gray. "You can demonstrate your indifference by taking some odd pieces of silver and a cereal box top ov soap coupon and start- ing them off to New York or C1]i- cage in an ordinary envelope. In most instances yore" gamble will pay off, but occasionally you will lose." . ray "and his postniaster assoc- iates all over the country take little notice of the Wins. But post- lllastcl'S c v c z y w h e z'c bccOlllC mighty concerned about the losses, for tlmir implications are far be- yond the value of the money itself. "There are rarc oeeasions when most everybody finds tim need for sending coins by mail," says Gray. "When this is so, a coin card should be used, or the coins should be fastened by tape to a piece of Ordinaty  6ardbo"d' about'th6 Sie of the envelope. Vhcn a choice can bc made, imwever, a check or a money order should be used. These are the proper methods Of mailing money under all circum- stances," The important reasons for keep- ing loose coins out of envelopes are obvious. Envelope paper m good for the pin,poses it is intend- ed to serve, but it sometimes gives way to the weight or the wearing action of bits of metal. This is par- ticularly so if tle envelope is run througl : stamp cancelling ma- chine. When the .,achine tears the envelope and the coins fall out, the post office which recovers them can neither send them back to their owmers nor on to their destination, for there ]s no way or there arc no methods of ident- ification, For The Entire Family" rift, silent Super Torque Ford for '64! Bred in open competition, built performance. Hundreds of pounds heavier, =t s smoother, steadier other car in its field. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Bmmbaugh and family of Port Angeles. Darlene Holtorf reported she had a wondcrful time at the fair in Ya-klma. for he]" senior food judging. They all experienced real warm weather. Gray points out that "Besides the loss of money by the sender the Postal Scwice loses too, Coins are bard on cancelling machines and sometimes cause expcnsive re- pairs. If the envelope is hand- stamped--which it should be and new? 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