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101 1963 At Party Kidd Oct. 3, prepared a to honor their two-year- Allen. The to the Shelton Mrs. Elzy Clel- gathering es were, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and and Steve, happy to have a another son, residing in Las EdWard Pearson Mr. and Mrs. A. as weekend er Dayton rea- ct San Diego, the homes of Mrs. John An- . and Mrs. Cliff family of the weekend in Gertrude Scott. callers in the William L. , and Mrs. Don rio. Mr. and Point. and Mrs. Walter DELL Adams 'unday t, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. afternoon Fred Phillips David Cook, and Mrs. Ro- sen, Douglas, all irk of Shelton rjorie Hliboki Sunday in and Mrs. Harry Bloomfield y eve- of Mr. and Mrs. enjoyable time and child- on Mrs. Val- ,n the home of Was Mrs. Shelton. son. Mrs. Sally -'he were Sun- William L. Mrs. Pete including for the guests of Mr. and The oc- birthday of present were Mr. and child- Mrs. and Mrs. Other Shelton Mrs. Carroll Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. A1 Luhm .r, kWell. Mr. and Mrs. Lynne isited Sunday and Mr. in the Phil- afternoon. The dinner, the Pete Were Mrs. Lea McIrvin. drop-in callers Fred Phillips Allen Hickon, of Lake Nab- containing Paint should be "re dangerous lPire Mar- EHELTON--MAgON COUNTY JOURNAL-:-Pu5lished hi reChrLt,na,tmcn, TLg.A.", helton Grapview Fire Department To Purchase A New Fire Truck GRAPEVIEW ..... Grapeview's youngsters before they returned Vohmteer Fire Department held an important meeting last Thurs- day evening wherein members vot- ed nine to seven in favor of recom- mending the purchase of a new fire truck, the favored vehicle be- ing one presented by Western States Fire Equipment Co. of Cor- nelius, Ore. The recommation to purchase his particular truck was presented to our Fire Commmsion- era. Orin Buckingham, Web Eth- erich and George Lewis, who will make the final decision. A com- mittee, consisting of Fire Chief Lea Rice, Bill Somers and Bob Ellison was appointed to work with the commmsioners in pre- paring detailed specifications for the truck to be purchased. Our Fair Harbor Grange had its regular meeting the same evening, Oct. 3, and made plans for a pot- luck supper to be held at the schoolhouse Oct. 18. Julie and Doris Stock are en- joying a welcome visit from Doris' daughter and husband, Jackie and Glen Nutter who arrived in Seattle last Sunday from Belle Fourche, S,D., driving out to Grapeview Wednesday. Since their arrival, Glen has been rendering able as- sistance to Julie at the store while Jackie and Doris have caught up, somewhat, on lost time and Jackie has spent some time visiting friends and relatives. The whole family was especially happy to get together with Wes and Bev- erly Sleek and three year old Jeff ,Wes is Julie's nephew), while Wes was home on leave from Baltimore where he is under con- tract with the Baltimore Orioles. Glen Nutter, who is employed by the Boeing Company, on the Min- ute Man Missile, is being trans- ferred to Sedalia Me. THE JULIE Stocks took a one day reprieve from grocery and post office duties Sunday to get together with Treasure Island friends Ed and Rita Miller, for a trip to the scenic tourist attrac- tion. Hurricane Ridge. This was their first trip and was thoroughly enjoyed by all. Eke and Ann Eacrett drove north from Grapeview last Satur- day to spend an overnight with son Bob and family at Oak Har- bor. Highlight of the weekend, be- sides the thrill of seeing year-old grandson Steven walk for the first time, came when they all attend- ed the annual Mardi-Gras. spon- sored by Whidby Island's several guilds which hope to raise money for a hospital on the island. A parade in the afternoon, fol- lowed by a turkey dinner and car- nival in the evening were the main events to attract the customers. And two little customers, very much attracted by all the carnival booths, were Michael and Laurie Eacrett. WHILE AT OAK Harbor, the Eacretts especially enjoyed a brief get-together with Jovce Snith and her three youngsters. Joyce is the wife of the Eacretts' good friend "Red" Smith who is Athletic Director at Moses Lake High School. and former coach at Shelton High. 4-H Clubs of Mason County will hold their annual Achievement Night Saturday in Shelton at the Evergreen School Auditorium at 8 p,m. The public is invited to witness the presentation of pins, awards and prize money to deserv- ing members for their special achievements of the year. Any of our 4-H Barnacles wishing a ride, please contact one of our leaders, Mrs. Art Nicklaus. Mrs. Jubie Hicks or Mrs. Jerrf Hill. Three Grapeview youngsters cel- ebrated lirthdays last week: Les- lie Okonek won't be 12 years old until this coming Sunday, but a slightly previous celebration was held Saturday afternoon at the Shelton Pool for his buddies. Joel Zehe. Don Pogreba, Bucky Query and Don Somers, Hamburgers sat- isfied the whetted appetites of th home. Miss Susie Pogreba added an- other year Oct. 4. totaling 11 al- together and Master Laurie Lutz attained the ripe old age of two Oct. 6. Laurie included his par- ents. the Fred Lutzes brother Doug and Larry, grandparents, the Ernie Blairs and aunt Pat Uld- rickson and her family, in his celebration at tmme. And we might note here that Grandpa Ernie was also celebrating his birthday! Many happy returns to all! MELLOW INDIAN Smnmer weather made an out-door pic- nic possible for Mr. and Mrs. Mer- ril McKinstry and a group of their friends at the McKinstry's beach home in Grapeview Sunday. From Edmonds came Mr. and Mrs. Fred Coffelt and son Jeffry and from Bellevue came Mr. and Mrs. Leo. Allan and children Jean, David and Laurie. Both Mr. Coffelt and Mr. Allan are associated with Mr. and Mrs. McKinstry in his Mc- Kinstry's Mechanical Contractors. A sad journey took Spec and Irene Fredricks from their Stad- ium Beach home last Saturday! Their destination was Caldwell, Idtt., where they attended the fu- ' neral of Spec's brother John Fred- ricks who had succumbed to a heart attack. Mrs. Charles Somers paid a "lightning" visit to her Grapeview family on Sunday, driving out from Seattle with friends. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Snea and Fred Rust. A happy coincidence for "Mama" was great-granddaughter Lori Dee's presence at Grandpa Bill and Grandma Leona's on Stretch Island giving" an opportunity for a pleasant visit. The Captain's "Gig" made an impressive "'wake" as it cruised into Fair Harbor waters Sunday afternoon, docldng at the Boat Haven. Captain R. M. Hinckley with his wife and daughter Mimi disembarked to tour the St, Charles Winery as the guest of Howard Somers. Accompanying Hinckleys were Capt. and Mrs. R. ,V. Holmes with daughters Kit and Melissa of Gig Harbor, Capt. Hinckley is commanding officer of the Naval Ammunition Depot at Bangor. Mr. and Mrs. Christopher O'Kel- ly and sons Mike and Chris of 15uyallup drove out Sunday after- noon to visit with Walt and Salli Clayton and family. A pleasant in- [mqude of eating, fishing and en- joying the Clayton hospitality fil- led the bill for the O'Kellys and the Claytons, too'L Mrs. Faye Richey with young- sters, Pare and Rick Riehey of Seattle spent a pleasant weekend with Faye's brother and sister-in- law, vr. and Mrs. Lloyd Richey on Stretch Island. A VERY GENEROUS lady, Mrs. Daisy Bush, delighted our grade- school youngsters last week with the donation of a part of her ex- tensive shell collection for their enjoyment. These beautiful shells were obtained by her in her win- ter travels to Florida and Mexico. Very nice! The Sarah Eekert Orthopedic Guild will hold its regular meeting October 18, at the home of Mrs. Ray Uhly at 11 a.m.. with Mrs. Harold Rctzman acting as co-host- ess. Since this will be a work meeting and since the date of the Country Store and Rummage sale is drawing near, all members should bring any finished work, thimble, needle, and old nylons that they might have accumulated, and, of course, their luncheon san- dwich. The greatest handicap to fire control is the delayed alarm. Our Junior Fire Marshals stress that in case of fire, turn in the alarm early. Don't try to put out the fire alone. It's better to play safe than play hero. , Wnehington Aliyn Couples Become Parents In Past Week By Judy Von Oaten ALLYN -- Allyn residents have welcomed two new citizens this week. Tuesday, Oct. 1, 1VIr. and Mrs. Bob Marsh had a biby girl weighing seven pounds, 14' ounces. She is welcomed home by two sis- ters Kathy and Lisa and brother, Mark. Friday afternoon a !bouncing baby boy was welcomed into the Delbert Stormo house. He weighed eight pounds, six ounces. He is welcomed home by two tbrothers, Duane, Lyle, and sister Laurie. Vic and Ruth Matson. former Ruth Weckhart. ot Allyn, became proud parents of a ;boy born, Oct. 4. He weighed six pounds, 13 ounc- es, and is welcomed home_ by bro- ther and sister. MrS, Judy Von Oaten was hon- ored with the Replenishing shower for this month. She: received love- ly casserole dishes, a lazy suzan, table cloths, sheets and! blanket, towels, relish dish and several oth- er lovely gifts, Sandwicnes, rel- ishes, potato chips, cake and cof- fee were served. Mrs. Barbara Stormo was chosen to be honored on Oct. 30. WE'RE GLAD to hear Mrs. Dorothy Gmick, formerly of Al- lyn, is home once again after spending several days at the hos- pital in Billings, Mont. Mr. and Mrs. Biob Noel of South Colbey were dinrter guests of the Earl Terrells Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Melville Hemp. hill and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hirsch were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. Von Oaten on Friday eve- ning. WE ARE PLEASED to report Mrs. Ester Valley is home from the hospital after heart surgery several weeks ago. Mr. and Mrs. Rex IIarrington of Tacoma spent last Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs. Earl Terretl. The men went fishing and caught two nice ones. Thursday, Oct. 10 Beachcombers Garden Club met at the home of Mrs. Clay Jones of Victor. On Wednesday, Oct. 16 Birthday Club will be held at Barbara Vjmn's. New Owners Take Over Garden Resort At Hoodsport Recently By Joyee Seoti HOODSPORT -- Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Kraus recently sold the Garden Resort to Mr. and Mrs. Joseph T Peterson. The Petersons have lived on the Canal for the past five years in the Beacon Point area. They came to the Ca- nal from California when Peter- ;on retired from the telephone company. RIrs. Petcrson attended elementary and high school in Olympm and Peterson has lived in the Northwest at various times so they are delighted to be per- manently located in our commun- ity. They will continue to operate the Garden as a resort, planning to open for the Memorial Day weekend. We are sorry to report that the lraus's were no sooner settred in the Maury cottage in Potlatch. an- qeipating a quiet retirement, than Arl became ill. At present he is recovering from two major oper- ations performed since then. Mrs. Kraus has been spending much of her time at his bedside in St. Pet- er's HospitqF in Olympia. Mr. and Mrs. George Gustafson have enjoyed a visit from their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Curtis and Mark and Mike. The young couple live in .Vancou- ver. Washington and were accom- panied on the trip by Mr. Cm'tis's niece, Diane Frohs. VIRGINIA WALLIN is recov- ering at home folh)wmg a week's stav in Virginia Mason Hospital in Seattle. October seems to be quite a birtilday month. Greg Michaels en- Joyed sharing treats with his achool friends at Rogers School Monday in celebration of his spec- ial day. Saturday Jan Goodpaster took a group of her little friends to Pool Uuotare for a swm. Lat- er they enjoyed refreshments in celebration of her ninth birthday. fHOSE ATTENDING Rally Day at Hood Canal Community Church (134) viewed slides of various summer activities of the church which were taken by Rev. Wesley Gain. Pictures of little Ginger Blackstad pointed np the beginning of a nursery during the S.S. hour for babies nnder two years of age. Mrs. James Black- stud is in charge of this new work. Parents who have been kept at home with little ones are now invited to join the Adult Study lass each Sunday at 9:45 a.m. I Mr. and Mrs ,lobn Nesbiti spent N the weekend at the home of B>b Nesbitt. They are residenl s of Qui- nault. The Fall Social of the Mary Nance Missionary Society will be tomorrow nigllt at the home of Mary Jnne Sund at 8 p.m. Call 5283 about transportation or other pqrliculars. ................................. 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