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ober 17, 1963 SHELTON MASON COUNTY JOURNAL-- Published in, ":Christmastown, U.S.A.", Shelton, Washington i i i, i i i u i i i i PAGE 9 i i i NEWS Ucopia and the Cloth 4.H Clubs of North Ma- ether at North Maon i+for a booster night (1,) eir aim is to interest and more children Our song lead- Cloth and Stews led camp songs. Ron Harding gave a gardening. The film. ] "4-H in Action" was shown. Our county agent, Mrs. Jane Windsor and Mr. H. J. Van DeRiet explain- ed where 4-Hers get their course of study. The program ended with a qlestion and answer priod. Mrs. Dorothy Harper and Mrs. Claire Lopriore will be starting two new 4-H clubs in the Belfair area, Mrs. Ha'per being for the most needed or wanted projects and Mrs. Ldpriore in gardening of all kinds. --Connie VColie Club Reporter SALE FRIGIDAIRE APPLIANCES Ii i g I | g a zi FREEZERS 135 LB. 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N m m mm mm m m m JUST SAY "CHARGE IT" at LM !Baby Shower Honors Members At I Guild Meeting At Southsode By Mrs. Ray Krateha SOUTHSIDE Shcriiyn Byrd Guild met Wednesday evening at the home of Joyce Byrd Ruth Seth was a visitor at the meet- ins. The Guild decided to have a doll award Dec. 14, and would like to have more new members join- ing the Guild. A baby shower was held for Ann Wheeler at the meet- ing, those attending were Dale Dawson, Vi Height, Augusta Mc- Kissick. Ruth Snyder, Marie Neal, Joyce Byrd, Toni Matson and Ann Wheeler. Bertha Waldrip sent a gift but was unable to attend. Ei- leen Dethlefs showed their can- dles and the next meeting will be held at Dale Dawson's. Four Leaves 4-H Club met Oct. 10 at the home of their leader Mrs. Bakke for the first meeting of the new year. Election of offi- cers was held and the new officers are president, Kathy Ness; vice- president, Beverly Trotzer; secre- tary, Linda Trotzer: treasurer, Christine Schuffenhauer; commun- ity service, Sandy Mell and report- er, Diane Symes. Four new mem- bers of the Four Leaves are Bever- ti.on chailman. Kenny Sheppard and community scrvice Randy P.racy. The next meeting will be held on Oct. 24 at Catherine Bra- cys. Record books were handed out and the Club decided on pro- jects. VISITORS OF 1Vfr. and Mrs. Ray Kratcha and Janice Friday evening were Nita Pima of Seattle and Joan Barnard of Seattle. Busy Bells 4-H Club members met at the home of their new lead- er Mrs. Ted Bare on Oct. 11 for their first meeting of the new year. Election of officers was held and the new officers are president, Darlene Holtorf: vice president, Toni Cole: secretary, Kathy Trot- zer: treasurer, Georgia Magnett; reporter, Cheryl Chambers and rec- reation chaiman Jo Ann Cole. The 4-H Club decided to meet on the second and fourth Tuesdays of the month with the first meeting of the month being held in the daytime and the second meeting being held at 7 p.m. The next meeting will be held aL Mrs. Ted Bare's on Oct. 22. Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Kratcha and Janice were Or- pha and Charlie Botts. Mr. and ASGS iCommilleemen Nominations Sought The annual election of Agricul- tm'al Stabilization and C0nser- vation committeemen in Mason County will be coming up .hortly, Joe McAlfrey, ASCS office man- ager, said this week. He said a slate of nominees is being prepared to be submitted to eligible voters on mail ballot. Eligible farmers can submit the name of a candidate they would like on the ballot through peti- tion. he said. A petition for a no- mination must contain at least six signatures, he said. Tl]e slate of nominees will be completed later this month and thc ballots mailed in November. Bedtime Fire Check Smart Safely Act A nightly check at bedtime will help keep your family safe from fire during tbe hours from dark to dawn---the time when most fa- tal home fires occur, according Lo National Fire Protection Asso- ciation studies. This is the time to make sure that no smoldering cigarette is wedged in the corner of an uphol- stered chair or sofa or lodged in a wastebasket, and that applian- ces and portable heaters are turn- ed off. ly Trotzer. Sandy Mell Nancy Sehuffenhauer and Linda Mathews. All new projects were discussed at the meeting. SOUTHSIDE PTO met Oct. 7, president Lynn Wilson led tle flag salute. Mrs. Montgomery won the room count for the second time. Mrs. Andrew Beelik from the Shelton Library gave an interest- ing talk on books, following her speech the Southside School had an open house tour of their library. Nov. 1 is the deadline for the membership drive and Oct. 18, is the deadline for the white ele- phant contest. Southside School Carnival will be held Nov. 2. Watch for more Carnival informa- tion, proceeds from the Carnival will be for more books for the school library. Southside Homemakers Club meeting will be leld Oct. 22 at J,)Ann Herricks at 11 a.m and n':cmbers are to bring material, scissors, needle and thread to work on quilt blocks. Mrs. Toni Griefels and Mrs. eta Holtorf of the Southside district attcnded the State Home- makers Convention at Longview last week. Veta Holtorf Stayed over for the luau. Visitors of Mr .and Mrs. Joe Switzer and family spending the weekend were Mr .and Mrs, Mer- Ion Norton of Ccntralia. Southside Eagles 4-H Club met at the home of their leader Mrs. Catherine Bracy Oct. 10 for their first meeting of the new year. Election of officers was held those e?Lected were president, Steve Tib- bets; vice-president, Dale Bracy; secretary, Cliff Rickards: trea- surer, Robby Jackson; news re- porter, Kenny Bare; program chairman. Scott Lovgren: recrea- Mrs. Walter" Kratcha, Linda and And close all interior doors, es- pecially bedroom doors, to help Cormier.SUsan" Leah Perrine and Dan]kee p fire from spreading. Several Kamilche Residents Have Out Of State Guests This Past Week by Frances Simmons KAMILCHE The past week was out of state guest week in the Kamilche valley Mrs. James Hu- bet of Lancaster. Pc. stopped to visit the Memre Lambert home last week. Mrs. Huber is a friend of Mrs. Lambert's sister. Kather- ine Lee of New York City. James Push of Hickory, S.C. was a recent visitor at the Harry Simmons home. Push and Sim- mons arc cousins. Also Mr. and Mrs. John Black, Oakland. Calif are visiting at the Harry Simmons this week. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Reymolds of Adair, Okla. visited the H. O. Villines and Matt Reynolds fami- lies last week returning to their home via California. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Buckeridge of Arlington Heights near Chi- cago), Ill. were Monday and Tues- day guests of the Edwin Petty's. Monday they toured the Shelton mills and Tuesday was spent at Camp Govey and they also stoppecl at the George Adams fish hatch- ery. Friday morning callers at the Annie Whitener home were Mr. and Mrs. Solomon Gutherie and children of Metlakatla. Alaska. MR. AND MRS. C. Wheeler motored to Aberdeen Saturday evening for Women of the lv0bse dinner and Sunday Mrs. Wh'celer conducted the Star Recorder meet- NOW ONE SINGLE POLICY PUTS A COMPLETE ROOF OF PROTECTION OVER YOUR HOME! 00NsuT .._ paired. Yes all these risks and many more mow can be bound together in one planned protection policy from your SAPECO Agentl PREVENTS DANGEROUS GAPS The new Genezal Homeowner 9olicy of- fers a compleLeoof of planned protection, This helps you avoid the dangerous gap. ,which often exist; when you have veal polMes on your home. ELIMINATES EXPENSIVE DUPLICATiOI This new General Homeowner Policy o- m omplete coverage a the lOWest pos- sible cost! There is only one Policy in- voIved. This ellminate the overlapping coverage...the expensive duplication... that is so Often found in multiple policies| For the complete Roof of PIannec Protection... CALL US T0D AI Hembroff Agency 116 No. 2nd St. SAFEcO INSURANGE hrobo$y lettle C[rns gaster fred More a/rl;,R rag. There will be a dance at the Kamilche Grange hall Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Petty called on Mrs. Frances Engel of Sitka. Alaska, at the home of her sister Mrs. Gladys Hughes of Shelton. Mike Lambert came to his par- ents home for the week end from Junior College in Bremerton. Mrs. Mike Stolen of Nescowin, Ore. was a drop in visitor in the Edwin Petty home Friday after- n0on. A visitor at the Martin Otto home last week was Jess Huskey of The Dalles. Ore. Sunday afternoon callers at the Edwin Petty home were Mr. and Mrs. George Miller of RiKnal. Nell and Diane Jordan of Olyrapia and Roy and June Petty of Shelton. Tuesday afternoon last week Mr. and Mrs. Roland Simmons of Seat- tle visited the Phil Simmons fami- ly. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Draven and son Rick were Saturday even- ins guests at the Dan Wood home. Later Rick Dravcn and his or- chestra played for the Tropics dance. LAST WEEK end Mrs. Frances Simmons visited at the Michael Buckner home in Salem. Ore. Nat Waldrip and son Joe are spending a few days hunting in eastern Washin Kton. The Kmnilche school team play- ed real good football last Friday but were defeated by tile South- side school 18 to 6. This week the Kamilche school tacMcs Skokomish here at 1:30 p.m. Friday. The team is playing good ball. The Kamilche school bus pass- ed State .inspection this week at tle State patrol station at. the airport. Mrs. Annie Whitener had an- other great-great grandchild re- cently when Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Ahern of Tacoma welcomed into their home a baby girl. 4-H Horse Club At Belfair Has Successful First Riding Games (crowded out last week) By Rachel Freelin BELFAIR -- Another "First" for this end of the county, this one a ymkhana, was reporte a success bV both riders and specta- tors. The growing numbers of horses an interest in horseman- ship in the North Mason district was responsible for the event, sponsored by the Chuckwagon Rai- ders' 4-H group for riders under 18, and held at the Belfair Barn parking lot Sept. 29. High-point winner was Barbara Kowalozyk, with 19 points, follow- ed by Sandi Johnson with 15 points. Others placing were: Jim Kowalozyk, third; Susan Kowal- ozyk, and Patty Raines, tie for fourth; Kathy Riedle etnd Doug Raines. tie for fifth: Janice Be- zona. sixth; Linda Greatorex, sev- enth; Susan Collier, eighth; and Connie Sidwaski and Darrell Raines, tie for 9th. Members of the sonsoring group hope to have more of these riding exhibitions and games in the future, and public interest in such things as Musical sacks and Barrel racing is encouraging to those who worked on this first Gymkhana. The Raiders would i particularly like to thank the Bill Griffith family for the use of their property, and the Saddilite 4-H Club of Rocky Point for the tro- phy and ribbons they donated, and their help in staging the show. The group also reminds local horse-owners that the bet fly sea- son is here. and that the yellow eggs on the horses' legs need to be scraped off now. Thc" will spon- sor another de-betting program for all horses in the district again this year, with treatment early in December at a cost of $2.00 per horse. Arrangements may be made by calling the group leader, Mrs. David Raines. at CR 5-5864. SOMETHING NEW also is in the wind for Nov. 15, when the Elementary PTA will have its first all-in-one fund raising event. Art- icles for sale at the grade school gym that day will include not only rummage, but Christmas and all- occasmn cards, candy, baked goods, new gift items, and the usual refreshments. Besides plans for this novel way of meeting the active group's bud- get, the last meeting stressed this month's magazine and member- ship drive. Attractive new- year- books, featuring "Our goal, the young citizens", have been handed out to the members. The follow- ing members will be se-ing as room-mothers this year: Beverly Archer, Donna Allison. Kindergar- ten: Grace Hendry, Janet Eddy, first, Edith Stoltz, Carol Wigman, second; Mary Hackett, Pat Schil- linger, third; JoAnn Dillenburg, Joan Cor!iss, fourth: June Burell Marge Shearer, fifth; Pat Hen- ningsen. Mary Fortner. sixth; Ruth Nelson, Mary Peterson, A1- lyn. TO KEEP TRACK of the many events, interests and activities scheduled through the North Ma- son schools, 4-H, Scouting and other young people's groups in the LIQUOR SALES Sales at the Shelton Store of the State Liquor Control Board were $26.334.85 in September, it was reported this week. Retail sales were $22,195,60 and class H sales were $4,139.25. community, the High school and Elementary PTAs will be publish- ing a montbly bulletin. Mrs. John Johnson and Mrs. Tom Davis are in charge of the first bulletin, with members of the high school con]- mercial class cutting" the stencil and running off copies of the is- sue to come out tomorrow. Sigurd Ness, a North Shore summer visitor, passed away last Wednesday at his home in Tacoma. The Orin Clarks are back at work in the drugstore, after a trip to their old home in Plain, Mont. All best wishes for a speedy re- covery go to Elmer Slagle, still at home after recent surgery, PLEDGED TO FRATERNITY Bob Leeds. 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