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PAGE 16 j i / Lilliwaup Community Club Re'Elects All Officers At Meeting Recently By Daisy Vance LILLTWAUP -- Thirty meln- hers and friends allended the Lil- liw?mp Community Club potlhek dinner Friday evening. The business meeting was called to order at 7:15 by the president, Jack Leimback. Roll call found 26 members present. Election of officers was held. A nmtion was made and seconded that the present officers be elect- ed for another year Jack Leim- back. president; Evelyn Nicholson vice president; Ernesta Aaro. trea- surer; and Mattie Bactdund, sec- retary. It was voted to have five members on the building commit- tee. ]tected to this committee were K)ess Haines. Frank McIn- tyro, Karl Linscott Fred Martin and Virginia Allison. The meeting adj0uYned for pinochle. Six tables were played, high score going to Millie Diesen and Jack Leimback; second high to Etma Martin and FLed Johnson; 300 pinochTe to Erna Martin and Neff Vance; the door prize going to Jack Leimback. Stetla Morken and Frances Moake were hostesses for the evening. Tim next card party will be held Oct, 24 with Mamie Kaare and :Mac Dean as hostesses. Hood Canal Womans' Club wiU give a card party Friday evening, Oct 18 at the club house at Pot- latch. Playing will begin at-8 p.m. with both Bridge and Pinochle being played. Prizes and refresh- meats will be served, and the pub- lic is invited to attend. IIARRY SMITII of Beacon Point bad the misforume of badly in- juring his arm last week while mending the roof of one of his cab- ins. Mattie Bacldnnd and Lulu Smith motored ;.o Bainbridge Island last week to attend the Past Matrons Club of Kitssp and Mason Coun- lies. Faith and Lewis Evans of Holi- day Beach, had a pleasaffr surprise last week when Paith's sister. Mrs. Grace Brown of Long Beach, Calif.. ar-ived for a visit. Mrs. Brown and Faith's mother. Mrs. Florence Ross of Seattle spent the weekend on the Canal. Another surprise wen Mrs. Brown's daughter, husband and a five-week old baby drove in. Also from Long Beach to visit the Evans. Last weekend the Evans spent in Tacoma helpin,,, r their daughter and son-h-law, M'r. had Mrs. P. Wahl move into their new home It was a busy weekeud and the Evans came home feeling like a person should after a moving pro- ject. MR. IIERBERT J. Donnelly of Seattle spent a few days last week visiting Mr. and MrS Oran Lee of the Blue Ox Beach. Mx. Don- nelly and Mrs. Lee worked togeth- er for four years for the army during the war The Lees enjoyed a visit from Emma's brother-in-law, Walter Taylor of Seabeck. He also visited Mr. and Mrs. Richard Schaufler, Mr. and Mrs. Nell Vance mo- tored to Tacoma Monday to visit their son Johhnie Burg, Who un- derwent surgery last Thursday at Tacoma General Hospital. Jack Johnston was a lucky fish- erman last week, catching two nice silver salmon. One weighed 12 pounds, and the other six pounds. The sad nevus was received Sun- day eveniug of _the sudden death of Paul Studeman of Seattle. The Studemans have spent the last three summers in their trailer- house two miles north of Lilliwaup and was the father of :Mrs, Barb- ara Serafford. who were long- ;-tIELTON--MM,0N COUNTV JOURNAL-- Published in :Chri::tmast, i,llb  .,,.A.., .,hqlt, n, Wahinon i i TO SING HEREAppearing in a concert of sacred music at the Faith Lutheran Church at 5 p.m. Sunday will be the Karlstad Family Singers of Tacoma. Members of the group are Rev. and Mrs. Alfred M. Karlstad.and their five children, Judy, Janice, Curtiss, Elizabeth and Debby. They recently completed a 16-state concert tour. Their presentation features sacred classics along with a variety of folk songs and carols from different countries. SHELTON HIGH SCHOOL NEWS Boys And Girls Clubs Compete In Fund Raising Project For TB Association year and then transferred to Whit- man College in Walla Walla Stilt a bachelor, Aaron enjoys photography, music and outdoor life. .q: ...... , DUring the paso two weeks, the routine of taking senior graduation pictm'es has once again taken place. Bobble Hilldebrand. Saghalie editor, and Fran Demmon, photo- graphy manager, had the task of scheduling seniors for sittings at Dean's or Ziegler's. Most sittings were scheduled for study hall per- iods or Saturdays. $ l: $ TItIS SATURDAY juniors and seniors who have paid the $1.00 By Molly Murdey EvmTone is now wondering who will win the T.B. Drive--:the girls or the boys. Each year the Girls' and Boys' Clubs compete to see who can sell the most tick- ts, The losing club is required to present a talent show for the winners. Last year the girls had the pleasure of watching the de- feated boys display their talent (?), which was mostly musical. Tickets sell for 25 cents each and the prize is a Zenith portable tel- evision set. This year's goal has been set at $1,000, of which all but six percent will be used to fight tuberculosis right here in Mason County. As the contest on- Lake Nahwatzel Hunters Rot Too Successful On Ope,ing Weekend By Joann Tul)per LAKE NAHWATZEL Ralph Springer of the lake brought home a nice a-point hucl for Satur- day's opehing of lids year's dee]' season. There worc many hnnters in the local areas and most were unsuccessful due to tte warm wea- ther, which was more suitable on Sunday, when most of the kills were made Better luck next week- nnd hunters! Mr. and Mrs. Amel Tveit ac- companied by Mr. and Mrs. Ken- 'neth Johnson. of Skokomish Val- ley, motored to Elk City, Ida.. where they enjoyed camping and hunting for 10 days. Mr. Tveit Pnd Mr. Johnson eaci got an elk and a deer Mrs. Dale Taylor of Olympia and Mrs. Clifford Ford visiled in ,qeattle with Mr. and Mrs. Dennis t,'eed and Mr. and Mrs. Dick Booth lsi Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Taylm" spent the weekend with the /'erda. "CAP" WAIIO returned home Fist Friday after spending seven weeks in the Marine Hospital in Seattle. We are happy to report he is feeling much better. Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Hewson motored to Tacoma last Sunday for a pleasure trip. -- Mr. and Mrs. Allan Hickson at- tended the Achievement Night for 4-H Club members last Saturday evening at the Evergreen Audi- torium in Shelton. Katie and Cris Hickson received premium awards for the year, Mike Hickson was awarded the Westinghouse pin for his electricity project. D1NNER GUESTS last Sunday st the home of 1Fir. and Mrs. Hec- tor Barbour were Mrs. Barbour's brother and family, :Mr. and Mrs. Ray Peterman and daughter of Westport.. Last Wednesday Mr and Mrs. F E. Hewson drove to Tacoma on business. Sawmill Production Is Up During Sepiemhe00 PORTLAND (Special} Busy sawmills of the Douglas fir region Visilina" Mr. and Mrs. Arehie have ahnost e,'mghl up with last I:elley over the weekend were Mr. [year's production, turnin out ,tl and Mrs. Dehnar Stone and Jet'- percent n]ore ]lllni)or in Septonl- ry Stone. all of Seattle. bar titan in strike-hnml)ered July. Mr. and Mrs. Hank Chappell And orders last month were third visited at the home of M. and lhig hest for the year. Mrs, Robert Mendenhall of Shel-= These are highlight of the ton last Saturday afternoon [September summary issued by the Frank Cooper. Jr, of Payne/West Coast Lumbevmen's Associa- Wield, Everett, visited with Prank lion. which also offers these corn- Cooper for a few days last week. parisons: Mr. Cooper drove to Sea-Tae Air- I Production. at 6.007.658.000 hd. port last Thursday to meet Mr. I feet just 41.000.000 behind last Cooper, ,It'. who arrived hy air- year. but 3.2 pereent off the past plane from South Carolina after five-year average; orders, down attending iris father's funeral. He l3.7 percent front last year, but returned to his assignment at [ above this year's output by a slim Payne Field last Sin]day. 22,644.000 feet and np last month Mrs. Lee Dawson and her daughter. Mrs LeRoy Smith, at- tended the PTO meeting last Thursday evenin at Mary M. Knight School. The Music De- Partment put on a DroEganl for parents and friends. Linda Smith san with her second grade class. Mrs. Floyd Margeson and M,.s. AI Tuoper accompanied Mrs. Clif- ford Reeve and sons. Rodney and Randy, to the PTO meeting last Thursday, where Randy sang with his class Mrs. Lee Dawson and son. Eddie snd ghost, Miss Pamela McComb of Shelton drove to Silverdale last Friday evenin to watch the Shel- ion-Central Kitsap football game. Shelton scared in the last minutes of the game to win 13 to 7. SATURDAY EVENING Mr. and Mrs. Lee Dawson and Mrs. LeRoy Smith attended Eddie Dawson's installation as Junior Councilor of Mark E. Reed Chapter of the De- Molay in Shelton. Mr. and Mrs. De.lmar Borden Of Dayton became grandparents for the first time last Saturday morning when their son's wife, Mrs. George Borden of Qnilcene, had a boy, Matthew Calsey Bor- den, 6 lbs., 8 ozs., at Port An- geles Hosoital. by 22 percent over August. Cargo shipments to the Atlantic and Gulf coasts are dom another 15 percent this year from last. to a total through September of 586,095,000 feet. a further measure of gains being enlarged by Can- adian imports. "Water shipments to California at the same time rose 17.4 per- cent. indicating continued vigor in construction. Export business is up this year by 22 percent, while local sales are down 14 percent. The weekly average of "West Coast lumber nroduetion in Sep- t ember was 166,717,000 hf. or 104.8 percent of the 195862 av- erage. Orders averaged 171.219.- 000 b.f.: shipments 161.259.000 b.f.: weekly averaEes for August were production 157.219.000 b.f., 98.8 percent of the 1958-62 average; orders 140.364 900 b.f.; shipments 156,492.000 Kf. Nine nmnths of the 1963 cumu- lative production 6.007,658.000 b.f.: nine months of 1962. 6.048.672.000 b.f.; nine months of 1961. 5.929,- 990.000 b.f. Orders for nine months of 1963 break down as follows: Rail and truck 4.509,337,000 b.f.: domestic cargo 947.361.000 b.f. ; export Thursday, Oet 225.585.000 b.f.; local 21 b.f. The industry's ;tood at 491 end of September, , tory at 810,475,000 b.t, DOtt'T YGUR t111 Let Her Winter!r the Porch will FLEX-O-GLASS This Any little lady car' porch FLEX-O-GLASS. Just cut with shears over screens. sunlit room, fie[ healthful where the children c , winter long--or use as Store-room. OenU clear ] years at a fraction the glass, Only 87, local hdwre, or time residents of Lilliwaup, but now live in Shelton. The Commun- ity extends their deepest sympa- thy to the family. LUMBER  HARDWARE  PAINTS 1 mile off highway on Cole Road Cole Road Builder's Supply Cole Road . ters its third week. girls' chair- man, Jayne Grisdale, and boys' chaimn, Tim Carte, report that the boys have collected $115 and the girls, $83. Congratulations to the four sen- ior boys who achieved the rank of Commended Students for their outstanding scores on the Nation- al Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test given last spring. They are Tim Carte, Sid Farcy, Tom Schle- gel and Joe Snyder. National Mer- it Finalist and Commended Stu- dents tog Lher constitute the top two percent of high school stud- ents in the United States. AN ADDITION to he SHS fac- ulty this year is Thomas Aaron. Aaron teaches driving classes with the students actually driving on Mondays, Wednesdays aml Fri- days He was born and attended nffie years of school here in Shelton. He graduated from highscho01 in Centralia in 1958. He attend4d Contralto Junior College for one fee will Lake the Preliminary Scho- lastic Aptitude Test This test .prepares seniors for the college board test, whfch is required for entrance to many colleges. IL also serves as a worthwhile preview of future tests for college-bound juniors Fran Demmon. winner of the Mason County Soil and Water Conservation Speech Contest, tra- veled to Port Orchard Monday to compet.e ?u the district contest, in which she achieved second place. Fran and the first place winner a girl from Olympia High School, will take part in thc semi-finals. which will be held Oct. 25 at the courthouse annex it] Olympia. \\;e hope Fran will earn the right to go on to the state contest in Yak- ima. fro' which the prize is a $100 savings bond. Shcltterproof Flexible Long-Lasting Only29Lin.Ft. --36 Inches wlde-- Also in 28" & 48" widths MORGAH'EAGRETT LUMBEIR Hillcrest  I Vt00KNW FLEXIBLE SHATTERPRQOF, MADE BETTER, LASl Lawton Lumber Co, seeking new gas reserves for your future comfort These geologists at left, examining terrain near Shiprock in northern New Mexico, are part of a team of modern explorers search- ing for new gas reserves. They travel by jeep, helicopter and afoot in this con- / tlnuing program to seek out new supplies / for your future comfort. Natural gas, formed millions of years ago, is a resource which will serve the West far into the fu- ture. Each year new reserves are found, keeping well ahead of the gr6win demand for America's most modern fuel. Heating, cooking, water heating-and scores of payroll-building commercial and indusLriaI uses-are among the benefits brought to the Wes today by natural gas. If you're now enjoying the benefits of natural gas it's partly because of the team of highly trained people Who bring it to you. If you're not a user of natural gas, it is eas: to become one.* EL pASO NATURAL COMPANY Through its pipelines, El Paso Natural supplies wholesale gas service to retail natural gas distributors In WASHINGTON OREGON iDAHO ARIZONA CALIFORNIA (OLORADO * NEVADA NEW MEXICO TEXAS * UTAH WYOMING  " companles are: * h as dlstnbuhon In Was lngton retail g I0 CASCADE NATURAL GhS CORPORA NORTHWEST NATURAL GAS COMPAN: THE WASHINGTON WATER POWER COMPANY WASHINGTON NAIURAL GAS GOMPARY