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PAGE 2 SItELTON--MASON COUNTY JOURNAL-- Published in &apos;tOhristmastolvn, U.S.A.", SheKon, Washington Thursday, it's A Date Today, Thursday, Oct. 17 %Vc}cone Chapter No. 40 Past ?J:'3ros ]2:30 luncheon, home of Hattie P!erce. Bordeaux P.T.A., Rusty Callow Auditorium. 7:30 pro., guest speaker Ernest Timpuni. Navy Mothers Ctnb 7:'i0 p.m., Memorial Hall. Rotary Club hmcheon, noon, Ming Tree Cafe. Port Commission monthly meet- ing 8 p.m. courthouse, Friday, Oct. 18 Pickerin Homemakers Club rummage Sale, 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m,, PUD Building. Hood Canal Woman's Club card party, 8:00 pan., Potlatch Com- munity Hall. High School football. 8:00 p.m. Loop Field Shelton Highclimbers vs. South Kitsap. Saturday, Oct. 19 Picketing Homemakers Club rummage sale, 10:00 to 4:00, PUD Building. Drivers license examiner, 10 a.m. - 5 p.m., police station. Sunday, Oct, 20 Shelton churches invite you to attend the church of your choice. Shelton Yacht Club social meet- ing. 6:00 p.m. potluck. PUD Build- ing. Monday, Oct. 21 Faculty Wives. 8 p.m., home ot Mrs. George Kaszycki. County Commission's meeting, 10 a.m., courthouse. Shelton Garden Club. 1:30 p.m., home of Mrs, Marie Almaden. Tuesday, Oct, 22 Eagles A(:rie No. 2079, 6:30 pot- luck dinner. Shelton airport, Kiwanis Club luncheon, noon, Memorial Hall. City commission meeting, 2 p.m., city hall. Salvation Army truck, phone 426-6564 or leave at 325 No. 5th. Shelton Music Club, 8 p.m., home of Mrs. L H. Roger. Wednesday, Oct. 23 Mason County Republicans Club, 1:30 p.m., Shelton Memorial Hall Beta Zeta Chapter, EAS, 8 p.m., home of Mrs. Glenn Sowers. Drivcr' license examiner, 10 a.m - 5 p.m., police station. Thursday, Oct. 24 Rotary Club "luncheon, noon, Ming Tree Care. Marriage Licenses Applying for marriage licenses in the Mason County Auditors Office this past week were: Jerald E. Mallory, 21, Shelton, and Dianne Lee Woods, 19, Shel- ton. Robert Alan Dudley, 19, Brem- erton, and Mary Aladene Young, 18, Port Orchard. %, Union Ladies Civic Club Meets; Card Party Planned For Oct. 25 By Betty Dean UNION--Dr. and Mrs. Fornmn will be guests lonight at a going away party. II will be held at A1- derbrook Inn, Some 30 people from Shelton will attend. The Union Ladies Civic Club met Thursday, Oct. 10 with President .Shirley Cowen presiding. Ten membe, rs attended with Edith Ed- wards md Betty Dean as guests. The club plans a card party Oct. 25 in the Union Community Hall. Everyone is invited and urged to attend. Prizes w!ll be given to the win- rJers. Mrs. Bill Timm and Mrs. Otto Wojahn were hostesses for the hmcheon. We had an unexpect- ed guest who came to fix the fur- nace and stayed for hlnch-J_ud Andersen Mrs. Imd Andersen do- nated a portable washing machine for the club to t|se in a fund-rais- ing project. The Albers Milling Company sales group met this week at AI- derbrook Inn. Forty persons at- tended. Eighteen ladies will at- tend the Orthopedic luncheon. Fri- day at Aldcrbrook, with Mrs. Hil- liar in charge. Some 140 ladies of the Northwest Region of Sorop- timists also met at the Inn this week. We would like to welcome two new families to Union. Mr. and Mrs. W. 0. Tapscott and sons Maxie and Joe. They are living in the I. P. Callison cot%age. Mr. and Irs. Grattan and son John who lived in Union some eight years ago, welcome home folks, WE ARE SORRY to hear Mrs. Nancy Vrahnos' sister passed away in California Oct, 7, Mrs. Herbert Allen was honored with a birthday party Oct. 5, Given by her son, Ronnie, and nephew Gait Morris. About 50 friends and relatives attended. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Kimbell are the proud parents of a baby girl born Oct. 5. Mr. an Mrs. Howard Walter are the grandparents. Mrs. Welters celebrated her birthday Oct. 11. Lorraine Dean. Patty Nording and Cherie Allen joined the Brown- ies. Mrs. John Pill of Hoodsport is their leader. Helen Pearce and Marjori Gilli- land of the Kitsap Weavers Guild, attended the opening of Bergmans new VVeavers Barn. in Paulsbo Oct. 10. The guild took a sheet cake with a replica of the new barn. Mrs, Pete Fassio had her mother Mrs. Shea and sister, Mrs. Knox and son visiting them from Rich- mond, Calif. Ocie Dean. Helen Pearce, Georg- ie Fanning and Marion Richard- WELL DRILLIHG water guaranteed HYEBS PUHPS Sales and 24 hour service Russell Drilling o. Bill Russell Phone 426-4245 son. motored to Port Angele Oct, 7 to the Navy Mothers' State Con- vention, they returned home Wed- nesday. Mr. and Mr.;. Ted Bailey and family were dinner guests Satur- day of the Rolawl Waiters. j MR. ANI) MII,% CllET Snyder] were weekcncl 'He.]ts of the Neal  Ptl*ers. and I,]d l{alnilton. Miss Margaret Bucchel was home far the u,-eken,t She is a student at. the Holy Name Acad- emy in Seattle. The Hood Canal Improvement Club will hod game nigBt Nov. 1.5 ot the Union Cornnmnity Hall. Tickets may he purchased at the (toot or fronl Improvcment Chlb Iller)l hers. Mr. qnd Mrs. Bill Timm spent the we(,kcnd hm]ting at lisa Dose- I x,,nllip as lhe ffuests of Mr and Mrs Zeh Kidwell Ronnie Allen spenl the weekend in Seall.!e where he attended the ..mne hetwecn the University of VVauhinffton and Oreaon State. Riekv Buechel celebrated his J21h birthday Oct. 9. His friends played football and had hambur- . gers, ice cream an cake. MII. DICK BI'ECIIEL went to Seattle Oct. 10, to a meeting of the Pacific Northwest Bell. The tmecUn ,vas for the independent organizations. They hmched at the Camelin Hotel. Mrs. W. G. Ashley spent the weekend visitin with her hus- band at the Veteran's Hospital in Vanconver. She says he is doing fine. and she took him out fro' drives. No word of when he will make it home. though. Mrs. Phil Cope spent the week- ] end with her aunt and uncle. Mr. ' and Mrs, R. F. Dean. Who got the deer? That was the question between Bob and Dick Allen, hunting together Sat- urday, when both shot-at the same deer. One bullet pierced the ear and the other through the novk. so they dbn't know whose bullqt killed it, Dick tagged it though. Howard Walters bagged a spike deer on Monday. Bordeaux P.T.A, Meeting Reminder JOINS EELLS & VALLEYFrank Danford is handling radio and television service for the Eells & Valley Appliance Center now. He comes here from Seattle, where he had engaged in the same oc- cupation since 1958, but, looking for a sma;;er community in which to raise their two boys, Mr. and Mrs. Danford chose Shelton after hearing it praised by friends and coming to look it over. They have purchased the Albert Johnson 10-acre ranch in Skokomish Valley. "1 was raised on a farm and have always like smaller communi- ties," Danford explained. One son is a junior at Shelton high school, the other a ninth grader at Hood Canal Junior high. Shelton is no stranger to Danford as he played baseball and basketball here while stationed at Fort Worden back in the old Timber League days. He retired eight years ago from the U.S. Air Eorce after 25 years service. AD D -A- GLAS S -A-V I TK L ITY TO BALANCE EVERY 1VIEAL If you're missing milk at meals, you're probably' missing out on your share of vitality, too. For fresh, whole milk is an excellent source of the protein, calcium and riboflavin that you need every day for get-up-and-go energy. Don't get caught o _ ! L_[ balance on vitalit y-- _/, add-a-gZass-of-milk to,everg meaZ  ..... "" ......... " ..... 6 ........ "WASHINGTON DAIRY PaoDTacoIIN;"s-,"R rSemi"sa D=-y Fam,r. n YourAr The public and all Bordeaux P.T.A. members are again remind- ed of the meeting tonight, Oct. 17 at 7:30 p.m. in the Rusty Callow Auditorium. Honored guest speak- er will be Mr. Ernest Timpani, Su- perintendent of the Washington Corrections Center. His topic el' discussion will be on the Conserva- tion of Our Youth. HOOD CAHAL SCHOOL HEWS School Board Discusses Financing For Proposed Gymnasium For Junior High School Se.hool Board Agenda nasium is needed badly to enable Supt. John Pill, reported that the outside painting of the L6vr Skokomish school has been com- pleted by the Bennett Painting Co., Shelton. The Board approved a motion to have the school district be a member of the Washington In- terscholastic Activities Associa- tion. A discussion was held on the formal request for Forestry Funds from the County Commissioners and County Supt. J. W. Good- us to do our part in the national physical fitness program. The main obstacle now is financing. THE TEACHERS of this dist- rict joined those of Thurston Coun- ty and the rest of Mason County at the W.E.A. institute in Olympia. The featured speaker was Dr. Thomas P. Lantos. who spoke on "A States Economy and Its De- pendency on Education". His com- ments concerning the earning pow- er and employability of poorly ed- ucated and trained people in the paster's recommendation that this future were particularly inter- LII district get $30,000 this year. This eating. He also suggested that district was asked last year to Washington mus revise its tax  ] step aside"aii let the Mary M. structive and methods of support- NeW .l'! /Knight sch0oV district have the ing education before its schools maN, r share of the money for ts can do their best work in prepar- ARRIVAL3 - ' " " ing pupils for the futme. At least ' " two speakers emphasized that needed gym " form of training beyond High Nehool cannot hope to be fully era- Shelton General Hospital Mr. and Mrs. Richard Roberts, 433 Angle Way, Shetton, a boy, Oct. 10. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Pierce, Rt. 1, Box 626, Shelton, a boy, Oct. 11. CLINIC There were no births reported for this week. Mr. Gush of the Reseswauon is now logging a 300 x600' section of school land to be developed into a football field and track. Negotiations are continuing with the City of Tacoma and their re- Sponsibility as regards to capital outlay. Agreement centers around the idea that the City, does have an obligation to fulfill however the amount remains a mystery. Outside interest at the School Board meeting was Ted Richert re- presenting the Middle Skokomish Community Club and Mr, Coble. Chet Valley and Bill Hunter of the Grange The community Club for over three years has held a lease on the school property and has worked with the idea of the club getting ownership of the building and property so that it would remain in the community. With State legal advice it Would appear that the community club could work out an exchange of work with the School Board and the property would remain in the Middle Skokomish Community. The Grange asked for a clarif- ication of intelt by the Commun- ity Club and that the Grange's main interest was the same as the Community Clnb in that the prop- erty remain in the community and that this be put in a binding legal contract, Gym Plans Several Architects are offering plans for the gyranasium we hope to build at the Junior High some- day. Tlie latest plans can be seen at the Juuior High office. A gym- ployed or receive any but the low- est pay. These people will actual- ly, in many cases, be unable to find work because of the. rapidly de- creasing need for unskilled or non- technical workers. Our first new teacher to be in- terviewed is Miss Gayle Callanan at the Junior High School. She is a native of Mason County and a graduate of Shelton High School. She attended the University of Pu- get Sound, Tacoma and Bob Jones University, Greenville. South Car- olina. She taught a half year in Tacoma and 2,, years at Pioneer School before coming here. Her subjects are English, Home Ec, and girls P.E. Hood Canal PTA Hood Canal PTA will meet Mon- day night at Hood Canal Junior High School at 8 p.m. A short program displaying the district Audio-Visual Equipment and uses is being planned by Prin- cipals Ea.l Crumb and Richard Bates. President Jo Anne Grubb has indicated that Harold Nicker- son of OlYmpia will give a brief talk on PTA. SHEL'ION MUSIC CLUB The She!ton Music Club will meet Oct. 22 at the home of Mrs. I. H. Roger, 422 Grant Street at 8 p.m. Mr. Robert Sheetz from radio station KMAS will be the guest speaker. The Shelton Music Club is af- filiated With the State and Nation- al Federation of Music Chtbs. The '64 Dodges Are Here. We think you will like them--why don't you drop in and See Them ? 1960 DODGE V-8 Pick-up .................... '1595 low mileage, includes canopy Used Cars 1959 RAMBLER 6 Sta. 1957 PLYMOUTH Sta. 8 cyl. std. trans. 1953 PLYMOUTH Club Wagon ........ '109'5 Wagon ............ $695 coupe ................ '245 1953 PONTIAC 4 Door .......................... $245 1953 MERCURY ........................... :. .......... $195 1953 PLYMOUTH Stick ............................ s95 Several Older Cars PAULEY HOTORS Front & Railroad 426-8183 Bayto00 Traveling Pinochle 00uh To 00ave Heeling Saturday By Mal)el Kidd C. N Alhm and children motored DAYTON The Traveling Pin- to Olympia Saturday morning to ochle Club will hold its next meet- visit with Mrs. Edna Allen. Mrs. fanlily in el. bpl'S Mr. and Mrs. friends fi'om to wish them ben ,Ftl. AND MRS, ] flrd and soils nlot0r Pidav whet( they new Volisv<agOn linucd lhoir trip honld of ,lrs. ink Saturday evening, Oct. 19 in the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. E. her to Portland where she visited Lemke. with her dauglster. Bern:(liue AI- Ladies' Cluh reel last week with len. while the rest of the group Mrs. Pete Roberts as hoff, ess. The shopped. They all enjoyed din- next meeting will be on Tuesday, ner with Bernadine and then spent Oct. 22 wHh Mrs. Bruce McQuil- the night at the Allen home in kin as hostess. Olympia. Mr. and Mrs. Pete Roberts be- Saturday dinne.- guests of Mr. came grandparents Thursday, Pc- and Mrs. A. E. Lemke were Mr. tober 10 when Mr. and Mrs. Rich- and Mrs. Harry Hale of Porc An- ard Roberts, Shelton. became par- geles, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Me- Allen invited them to accompany -\\;vhere 111%" spent S':t t m' ;a y. Venrl Be:meLt. weekend in Ilc Mrs. Alma 13aker. Slinday dinner [ Y[rs, ]-I:H lS I.Aln MIS. Tem]cth Eulh Belling, Salurday h Mrs. BIc enLs of a six-pound 14-ounce boy, Little Chris Lyle was also wel- comed by the maternal grandpar- ents. Mr. and Mrs. Ga!e Albrecht. Shelton. by great grandmother. Mrs Nena Robcrtm Shelton and Great gran:lparents. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Alexander. Sealtlo. and Mr. and Mrs. Dan Albrecht of Oma- ha, Neb. Lain and children of Kent and Mr. Bishop, Kamilcle . guests. Me. and and Mrs. P, alDh Kiltough. The Ventm'a Calif. Hales spent L:6 weekend in the Sunday Lemlce houle. Mrs Allen Tibbi Sheri Chappell staved Sund3y Mrs. J. C. T oventi:4ht with Jamle Hickson. Chehalis. Sheila I-}t:kson spent l,'riday Mr. :rod Mrs. J night and Sattu'day a guest of and St'epha Darlene Lund. guests in tl,e Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Huibert en- Mr. and Mrs. Pc Miss Geraldine Needham retus'n- terLained at a party Sunday after- Mr. aP.d Mrs. ed Ifome Mon,lav after visil;nR" for I uoon honwing Mr. and M:s. Ches- Mr. and Mrs some time in Wilmin:;'lon. CH;f  ter Valley of Skokomish Valley Manchester for d Mrs. Mildred Stewart of La- who will be leaving Sunday for a Smtdav Verre. Calif. arrived on Satm'day I 10 day trip to Hawaii About 30 Bloomfk:M was S!a to spend qome time with son and 1 family, Mr. and Mrs. Delmer Schur. The Rohert Sehurs of Se- aLtle brought Mrs. Stewart over and spent the weekend. Raymond Rayson of Mukilteo sent Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Rayson. Gerald Needham and son Steve, C. N. Allen and Sandhi Rietdorf left last Thursday for a hunting trip in the Okanogan country. The Gem ge Purves family of Kent were weekend guests of Mr. Gerhde Scott. DORIS HICKSON spent the weekend in the Shelton home of Sharon Moffatt Jack Kirk of Tacoma was a Sat- urday visitor in the home of Mr. and Mrs. James Hickson. Mrs. John Anderson visited on Thnrsday with Frances Engel who is down from SiLka. Alaska. Spending Sunday in the Dell Ad- ams' home were Mr. and Mrs. 3. C. Tibbits and children and Mrs. Glen Rickards and children, Che- halls. Sunday dlnner guests of Mr. and lIrs. William L. Brown were Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Howard and sons. Mrs. Gerald Needham and Mrs. C. N. Allen mtd children were Fri- day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Carl A. Nelson. Shelton. Jamie and Jo ttiekson spent Sat- re'day with Carolyn and Gino Ream of Sbelton Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Newman had been losin. chickens so de- cided to set a trap and catch the culprit. Well. it turned out to be a beautiful red fox. At least, he won't be dining on any more chic- kens. Bruce and Selby George Huey, SheLton. spent Sunday in the John Anderson home. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Cole and children of Chehalis were weekend guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Warren Williams. Mrs. Gerald Needham and Mrs. 6LASSFYRE ... Now you can have complete fire safety with a gr window for your fireplace. Glassfyre's folding F tempered glass provide maximum protection and easy fire tending. Glassfyre is economical trois provide even temperature, a saving on fuel. the room, doesn't go up the chimney at night. clean, convenient . . . prevents down drafts, eli A variety of styles and finishes are available to and decorative theme. Fireplace Screens & Acc A Variety of Free Standing =" Franklin Stoves * Fire Hood * Acorn * CARLSON TILE & 2335 Olympic Hwy. 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