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Page 16 ........ !IELTON--MAON- COUNT-&" JOUPNALPublished in "Ch)"simaMow:G U.,g.A.", Shelton, Washington Thursday I Payment Pr0blems??? Mathck Grange To Have Gavel Meeting At Hall :-i:i;?:i:i:i:iq:i iii;::i!iii By l)orq Ilearing" MATTOCK ..... This Friday night Oct. ,I is the gavel meeling at Friday evening at the Christian Mr. Bunko of Shelton was a Sun- tended the wedding of Miss Arleta gingery and Raymond Seaman Missonary Alliance Ctmreh in El- ms. Mrs. Dick ttopkins and children visited Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Brad- iil Matloek Grange. Harstine Grange i!i! 00,rings the gave00 ['[i Wayne Hollalz. son of Mr. and iili iili Mrs. Frank Hnllatz and Bah Sto- ! ii dden. son of Mr. and Mrs. And- berry Saturday. Iriday evening f2 ii ii!i rew Stodden left last week for Rieky, Dana and D,mdie Hop- i . Western Washington State Col- kins were overnight guests at the lege. Bradberry home. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Bradberry Mr. and Mrs. Wes Gc;odhu|'n and moved fron Shelton last week son and Gary Goodburn of Shel- Wednesday to l.heir farm here. We ton spent Saturday with Mr. and are happy to we!rome them bark Mrs. t{. E. Bradberrv. to this vicinity. Mr. and Mrs. Edward" Valley and " , .:: Shelton were Monday evening din- members atleuded the state 4-H net guests of Mrs. Augusta Port- club fair over lhe weekend in man and Carl Par:man. Yakima. One hundred thirty Grangers at- Mr. and Mrs. R W. Met,:een and I tended the first and second degree family of Hoquiam were Smlday v.rork at Matloek Grange Satur- guests of Mr. and Mrs. Walter day evening. The work was put on Shaw. Mr'a. MeKeen is the former by Kitsap County Degree team. Mary Powers. T'here were 35 candidates to take Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Boo:he and the first and second degree, Those family of Hoquiam. Mr. and Mrs. "from Matloek Grange v?ere Mr. Jay D. Simpson of Sterner:on. and Mrs. Max Cash. Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. J. R. Singleton and Mr. and F. E. Hewson. Mr. and Mrs. Har- Mrs. Herbert Brehmeyer Jr., and old Beerbower. Louis ,Vlite and family spent Sunday with Mr. and SAVIgYOURSELF further hardship and worry over tester Bozard. Mrs. I. C. Ford and enjoyed a hard-to-managehome mortgage payments. Check in- MR. AND IIRS. ELVIN Hear- buffet hmeheon. ing and Mrs. Ervin Sleeveland at- DOUGLAS MAY of Seattle to our budget-fitted home loan refinancing service. Rent'like mnthly l:myments take YU steadily' sure" li WELL Drl L e!IHG '1 Iy to free and clear ownership. Stop in for a talk today. ,I I II. euss;i/0000D/fiii0000;ic" I' HOME OFFICE -- OLYMPIA IN SHELTON -- SEE: , " LOAN COUNSELOR KURT MANN -- MANN REAL ESTATE Bill Russell Phone 426-4245 I II I I II II I spent the weekend with the Ken- neth Howard family. oay dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Howard. The Allen Hick- son family of Lake Nahwatzel spent Sunday evening with the Howard family. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Chap- lin of Shellon was a Sunday eve- ning supper 'uest of Mr, and Mrs, Andrew MeGarvie. Mr. and Mrs. .lohn MeGarvie spent Sunday evening in Monte- sane with Mr. and Mrs, Jess Mat- thews. MIL AND Mll,q. GENE Brown and baby accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Ole Anderson of Shelton spent Sunday in Tacoma and drop- ped in to visit Mrs. Rose Denise. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Doolittle of Central Park spent Sunday with the Dave DeFect family. Mrs. Auguma Porlman and Carl Portman were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Auseth of Agate. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Chamberlin and children and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Goodbmn and family, all of Shel- l on were Sunday dinner guests .of Mr. and Mrs. Lud Rossmaier. Ev- ening callers were Mr. and Mrs. James Rossmaier and girls of Shelton. Belfair World War I Veterans Meet Oct. 6 Belfair Barracks No. 2778. World War I Veterans and their Ladies' Auxiliary will meet this Sunday, Oct. 6 at the Belfair Ma- sonic Temple. A potluet hmeheon will start at 1:00, followed by the regular meeting. All WWI Veterans and their wives are cordially invited to at- tend. Everybody out ot tier rue ... the "64 Buieks are herP. r t* 1, ql Skylark: A very personal car with a flair for actldn.--I i'n-$ models, e Buick LeSabre: Stunning new looks, new 9a$'-saving englne. Probably 1964 s best full-size value. Our happiest problem for '64 was: how to beat a winner? According to thousands of owners, the 1963 models lust about had it made in all departments. But--when your name is Buick--you just don't rest on your laurels. You keep pushing to make a great car greater. So . . . the '64 Buicks are new--but new. New engines, %6 or V.8 (you'll like their new gas econ, omy), new, smoother, extra-cost option, Super Turbine Transmissions (and who, but Buick, would build in an altitude compensator?). Youngest looking Fisher Bodies in townl Visit a showroom, sit in any one of the new Buicks, and practice this short easy line: "My Buick," Sounds good, doesn't it? SEE YOUR LOCAL AUTHORIZED BUICK DEALER. AUTHORIZED BUICK DEALERS IN THIS AREA: ...abot00 all, they're BUICKSI SHELTON MOTOR CO. i 233 South First St. HOOD CANAL SCHOOL HEWS New Fence Planned At Skokomish Elementary Offic School; Will Enclose The Play Area - er NEWFENCE eteeted officers, lhey are: Presi-l/ Cases Plans for a naw fence at the (lent, Lee Anna Whitmarsh: vice Lower Skokomish school are ma- president. Susan Morris: Secre- terializing and we should see a tary, Patty Bom'gault; Treasurer. Although the fence up in the not too disl:ant Sandy Pozorski and Sgt. at Arms. completed in future. The fence will be about 450 Mantra Franklin. large as in other feet long and wi'd protect the Ore" class representatives are iousness of the playing area of [he school. Vicky Pierce and Mike Bourgault. juveniles came in The local PUD is cooperating Steve Lyman and Matt Cassette his office was with the school in the purchasing are running for Student. Body pres- Probation Officer of six fool. poles thatwill be used ident, ensen said in his I for supports of logs, Tree will Mike Bourg'ault and Sandy Bar ChrisLensen be cut from the district's property vesky are running for vice presi- was on vacation L0 he used ms a. top for the fence, dent of the student body during the monthS, IIRS. AVEY'N K.OOM Wendy Bolender and Patty eases concluded We have had fotlr children that Bourgault are running for seereary A GREAT just started, l:)ielf Malloney is bark of the student body. during August and Harold Kernan in the third Patty Bourgault is our song operating with Jotin Kernan. Brave Sloan and Lee queen. Dept. in the Carrier in the second. Now we have Wendy Bolender and Julia Me- -ies of bur 20 children. Kaison are cheer leaders, iles were MRS. MeI{INNI']Y There are two new girls from said. We have one new boy in our New York. Their names are Bar- There were 11 class, Jimmy Cook. bara and Dorothy Kernan. during the month, We are enjoying learning to JUNIOR HIGH queney, one write our ABC's and our numbers. The Junior High student body traffic violation. :Many of the children in the is growing rapidly. %Ve have gain- Of the 10 school think we are kindergarten- ed several new pupils in the past eases, three ers because we are m the old kin- three weeks and expert more. to adult court: dergarten room, but we are really We are beginning to develop the one girl for sex first graders, various activities of the school and two girls for MRS. BERGE'S TIIIR1) GRADE year. Mr. Bryant's football team and one boy for 1 The third graders in Mrs. Ber- turns out regularly and begins to care. ge's room made attractive leaf look good. The boys and girls' P.E. Disposition of tt:e men by pasting leaveg'of various elasses are being combined for three boys and one sizes and shapes on drawing paper square dance lessons under Mrs. to adult eonrt; for art. Peggy Viger and Rickey Spaulding and Mrs. Matye. Many girl committed to Endicott made the most interest- thanks to them. of institutions or ink ones. Last. but not least, we are all tions; one girl dis MRS. tlIMEBAUGH'S ]st GRADE looking forward to the arrival of action; one boy The first grade has finished its 100 pounds of popcorn so the new missed with first oft-back reader. "We Look popcorn machine can be put to placed l)efore and See", They are so tickled that earning money, hearing. they can read. Jay lauller, second grade, and Mrs Frank Cooper Honored I-Ioodsport school Tuesday. They will spentt the rest of the school [] year along with their parents in Parties Mare Eur0peaa Paris, France. The second grade visited the fish hatchery during the early days of school. At present they By Jo:tnn Tul)per while he was are studyi)g the sea and seashore. LAKE NAHWATZEL -- Last Field, in Everett, Interesting shell collections were Wednesday a week ago, Miss Bea ergency lear, shown by Sheryl Sund. Bradley Manier, of Olympia had a "Bon signment in Bearden, Kevin Ninnis, Sherrle Voyage" hmcheon for Mrs. Frank Dad's funeral. Denison, Denise Nelson and Joe Cooper, who left last Wednesday, will be Bingley. Oct. 2 for' a two week vacation in Everett, after Later this wee3 the class will Europe aboard Pan-American air- signment in Turtle make a telescope with which they lines from Sea-Tac Airport. Those John Tupper can learn different constellation, attending the hmcheon were laud, FOURTH GRADE friends and fellow employees at tending We have had fern' new students Capitol Federal Savings and Loan erton spent enrolled since the first week of Association of Olympia where Miss John's folks, school. They are Joy Inman. Mary Manier is employed. Tupper. Kernan. Clay Keith and Raymond Mrs. Shirley Miller, and children. Last Satm'day Cook. We 1,resently have 38 in our Linda. John and Susie. Mr. and mial "Harvest room. ", Mrs. Bill McKimson and son. Mary M. In Seienc.e we have completed Lance. all of Matlock. and Mr. the school's gym. the study of the earth, which in- and Mrs. Les Kruger and child- attending from t valved learning about the revolving ren. Katie. Riekie and Lennie. of Mr. and Mrs. and rotating of the earth. Several Shelton. provided dinne, r and re- ford Reeve, Mr children brought books from home freshments last Monday at the met, Mr. and which added-inforniation and in- home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Coo- pell, and Mr. an( :crest to the subject, per. I2m occasmn was a "sur- and son, Alto]. We were very happy to learn prise" going away party for Mrs. - .... that in the near future we will Cooper. all have new desks. Saturday evening guests at the FIFTH & SIXTH GRADES horne of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph . Life The fifth and sixth grades are Springer were Mr. and Mrs, Max making literature booklets in MeCowan of Monlesano. which they will record the lives Mr. and Mrs. iv. E. Hewson en- welland workSas thefnewmanYauthors.f the old. as .joyed hmeh last Saturday. at the O Hans Christian Anderson is the home of their daughter and faro- first author studied, ily, Mr. and Mrs. Phil Parker of V,ekie Pavel brought a display Olympia. O A to the class which she collected Sunday v:siOl- to tile Hewson from the Hans Christian Anderson tmme were Mr and Mrs. Kenneth Museum in Denmark. ,Vinskey and their five children ,enny Jensen brougtt records f Lacey. 0 IHC :Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Ford had of his works which were played ts dinner guests last Saturday, to the classes. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Haman Mr. and Many pupils reported that they 5/[rs. Ham.," Calkins. all of Shel- O had books of his works at home and found them enjoyable, ton. and Mrs. Gertrude Seat: of Mrs. Ross read other stories of Dayton. Hans Christian Anderson's to the VISITING ME. and Mrs. James O classes. Next week there will be a Sleeker last Saturday was 3tit's. new author. BleekerJs sister and husband Mr. Murals will be painted this year and Mrs. Charles Simmons of Eph- depicting four phases of literature: rata. O fairy tales, myths; adventure; Ha- Mr. and Mrs. Walter Chappell Lure; and foreign, and family of Dayton visited Mr. ': * and rs. Arehie Kelley last Sun- O SIXTIt GRADE NEWS day. Ore" class has 40 students. We Last Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Law- rence Hansen attended the Regal II IS'huts'n--lnslrulor Rock Show at Seattle and also visited with Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Papsworth of Issaquah. Course Is Offered Mrs. Edith Profitt, Mrs. Han- sen's mother who is living with the Miss Mary Ann Kiedrosld, Nuz- Hansen was visited by her daugh- ing Service Field Consultant for ters. Donna and Sue Watson, of the American National Red Cross, Seattle. will conduct an Instructor's course Sunday evening Mr. ad Mrs. in Mother and Baby Care in Allen Hickson visited Mr. and Mrs. Olympia starling Thursday, Octo- Kenny Howard of Matloek. ber 10, at 9:30 a.m. Mr. and Mrs. Hector Barbour Professional registered nurses visited Mrs. Barbour's brother, who can serve as volunteer In- Ray Peterman. He manages the structors for community classes Andy Motel in Westport. are invited to take the course. It Sunday the Barbours were vis- will be held in the Thurston Coun- ited by Mr. and Mrs. Everett Sel- ty Red Cross Chapter House at lers of Brady, 1407 Capitol Way, Olympia, Oct. SMPATHY is extended to the 10. 11. 14, 15 and 16. There m family of Levi Cooper, Startex. no charge for the course. S.C. He is the brother of Frank Those interested may enroll by Cooper of the lake. Funeral ser- phoning the Chapter House in vices were held last Tuesday for Olympia 1352-8575). lr. Cooper, who passed away last Saturday morning of a heart at- 1627 Self-l{nowledge, humility, and tack, His son Frank Cooper Jr., love are aivine strength, who was a weekend guest at the --:Mary Baker Eddy Frank Cooper home last Spring YOU CAN BUY IT With i BANK FINANrC Ask your dea er...or the sea' in the Installment Credit 00EATTLE-FIRST NATIONAL