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October 8, 1964     Shelton Mason County Journal
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or £, 1Έ964 .qIIELTON--MANON COUNTY JOD'RNAL- Published in t:Oh rL tma. tow',7, U.,q.A ", filwlton, Wa hin on PACE 11 ΈΈ%,Έ i,!/ Hearing Matloek Grange sting last Fri- members out. Club put on program and 0ct. 16, will Cluh held its .y of .Same officers I)ea n Union Ladies' ~eet today at home. The at noon with the business here is for the big g Sat- Union's gllfi- getting guns the hunt- his birth- when his Herb Allen let husband, Mr. came with a~cl gifts. hostess to club in her enjoying Pinochle were Sherman, Dean, Helen and Bobbin high score for heal, Gladyce Duncan, to Seattle e day with him. !,her girl friend spent Tacoma. Sunday Mol- the 14th annual show held in the artist Lou- Palm Beach, showed styles. While former beauty from Yaki- member of the Union's Vol- "Pause, Don't be sorry 't do it today. chimneys to visit you fire truck. We the new need it badly house, down. chimney fire a. word wise is were re-elected. Mrs. Lud Ross- racier, president: Mrs. Elvin Hear- ing, vice president, and Mrs. Ed- wa~rd Valley, secretary and treas- ]u'er. Mr. and Mrs. Hcrbert Helin, Mrs. Augusta Portman, Carl Port- nmn, Mr. and Mrs. L. D: Portman and My. and Mrs. Elvin Hearing attended the 60th wedding recep- Lion for Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Nord- well at their home in Elms Sun- day afternoon. MR. AND MILS. JONAItAN and family of Chicago, were dinner BY BETTY CRISS t~ELI~AIR ...... Luncheon is S~rved", Sl)onsor~d by the Belfair Fire Department Auxiliary, at the Fit's Hall, Tuesday at noon. Pro- eee,2s wf.ll be use(l ~o send Christ- mas boxes to local servicemen whez~ver they may be stationed. A. $I. dentition is being asked and tickets m~y be t)urehased ahead of time at Bill's Barber Shop or fronl any member of the Auxili- ary. Boy Scout Mothers Auxiliary will meet tonight at 7 p.m. at Cady's Real Estate offiee with all mothers of Scouts invited to at- to.lid. Als0, this.evening at 8 p.m. 0 ir l{llementary PTA meeting at the sponsm'inK a Conmmnity Skating High School Gym to "Meet Your Candidates" and learn lheir views Oll the issues. Veterans of W.W.I., Belfair Barracks No. 2778 and the L~tdios Auxiliary met last Sunday 'it the Masonic Temple, starting with a l)otluek hmch at noon. Cm'lis t:'ost and Auixili.try Nuel No. 5372 VF~V met Oct. 6 at the Masonic Temple, at which time plans were made for the annual Halloween Carnival, sponsore(I by lhis group, and held in the Elemer~- guests of the cousins, Mr. and you are inwited to attend the the Belfair Comm. Mrs. Herbert Helin Monday eve- " ..................... : .................. :: ............................. ning. l~ir. and Mrs. Claude LeGacey and family of Tacoma and Mr. and Mrs. Wayne ,Evers and fam- ily of Shelton spent Sunday af- ternoon at the Edward Valley home. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Valley and sons were Sunday evening supper guests of the Sam Diggle family 'to help Terry celebrate h~r sixth birthday. Mrs. Augusta Per,man and Carl Per,man were Thursday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Port- I man of Shelton. WATCH • HUSKY FOOTBALL • Monday, Oct. 12 KING-TV - 6:30 to • 7:30 p.m. See each exciting play • by Retelecast when: The 'HUSKIES' • Meet the OREGON • STATE • "BEAVERS" Brought to you by • Your FRIENDLY TRADEWELL Stores and Sparkling "7-up" ' Mr. and Mrs. Carl Spalding of Skokomish spent Satut,day evening i with Mrs. Augusta Per,man and !Carl Portman. • U.S. Choice I~one-ln Cut • RUM~P ROAST .. lb. [ MR. AND MRS. Chester Larson !of Elma spent Sunday evening at • I the Lud Rossmaier home. The Axthur Sharp family and Mrs. Lucy Sharp of Olympia, and • Mr. and Mrs. Larry Chamberlin and children of Shelton were Week, • i en~t guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lud Rossmaier. • Don Rlckert and Chaxles Elliot of Hoquiam were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth • Howard and then Sunday evening drop-in ,guests were the Allen Hickson family of Lake Nahwatzel and Earl Howard of Montesano. Pat Walker returned home Sat- urday from Eastern Washington where he was working in the har- vest. i Mr. and Mrs. John McGarvie re- trained Sunday from a week's va- cation in Canada. MR. AND MRS. AL Taylor of Tacoma spent Saturday with the Andrew McGarvie family. ' M;r. a~d Mrs. I. C. Ford were Wednesday overnight guests of the LeRoy Boo,he family of South Bend. Mrs. J. R. Singleton and Mr. and Mrs. I. C. Ford were Sunday sup- per guests of the Herbert Breh- meyer Jr. family. Mr. and 1Vh-s. Wayne Evers of Shelton were Tuesday dinner guests at the Elvin Hearing home. Mr. and Mrs, Gene Brown and family went to Port Townsend • Saturday and brought Mrs. Brown's mother, :M:ra. Merl Pot- • ter with them for a couple days visit and brought her home Sun- day. Many people from here enjoyed going througll the Corrections Cen- ter the past week. Fresh Blade Cut ;JIIJ'~d: • PORK STEAKS lb. ldp;7 Fresh Lean, Light Meaty Ribs 3 Ibs. & under AIIdl~!~_ LB' Pork Spare Ribs lb. tary Gym. This year the date will be Saturday night, Oct. 31. THE JUNIOR HIGH ~YF of Church Party at the Shelton Roller Rink, t,might, from 6::}0 to 9:30 p.m. The Women's Missionary So- ciety will meet Oct. 13 at 7::I0 p.m. at the ehm'('h to he,lr Mrs. Milton (]ire give a talk and show slides of her resent trip to Alaska. The WSCS day circle meets Pet. 1"1 at 11 a.m. at the home of Mrs. Dawn Eddy. Members are asked to bring a favorite recipe for the Pazaar Cook Book. In an Association Pulpit Ex- change, the Rcv. Wendell Harder will speak at the First Baptist Chm'ch in Bremerton, with the Rev. Glenn Soule from the Man- is ette Community Bal)tist Church ng fqling the locnl pulpit. The October meeting of the North lviason School Directors will be hehl at the Elementary School at S p.m., Oct. 12. Friday afternoon, Oct.. 9, at 2:00 the North Mason Bulldogs x~ ill meet Chimaeum here. If you like football, come on out ~m0. give the team a boost, watch the Cheerleaders and Majorettes ann listen to the Band. Homecoming guns will be with Sequim Oct. 17. God is not a cosmic bellboy for whonl we can press a button 'to get things. 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