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24, 1963 SHELTON--MASON COUNTY JOIYRNAL J Published in "Christmasfown, U.S.A.", Shelton, Washington 4 14 PAGE Hunters Gel Deer In Weekend Hunting Td -- Proving him- of the title "Nimrod" was lZ-year-ola Lea Who managed "single bag a two-point buck "Grapeview area". dad, Ed Okonek, Richard, last Sunday the fortunate one, some credit for his the brand new gun he a birthday gift from a couple of weeks hunting in the Mat- With friend Joe Waters last Saturday, brought much to the sur- parents, Fred and who had spent the Rock with cousins, Younger son his luck, hunting with boys, Jack and Grange hosted Mr. Snyder of Shel- ay evening at a pot- at the schoolhouse, af- er presented an en- as instructive, talk a*nd Bequests". regular members, there also in at- enjoyed playing sweet little six- last Satur- son Richard and Carol attended the Mallory and Di- *n Shelton. Richard Usher while Carol did job as soloist. parade" has al- ter many citizens and this tion. Thursday Clayton travelled help coach the Blazers {with quarterback) on to the Miller Junior Friday eve- a buffet dinner at OUth Kitsap and Shel- members as gmsts, Seiners family joined rooters to watch the down the "Wolves" Bob Elli- as well as sons Ken and Chick, Miss Kama Con- the victory. On and Leona chose thc University of Puget Sound over Willamette Uniyersity, and. why not? ith son tiariey playing fullback for UPS, it was a cinch! Anyway, they drove to Tacoma to view the satisfactory remflts. The University of Washington- versus-Stanford game lured How- ard Somers and Walt Clayton to Seattle last Saturday as guests of Mrs. Charles Somers. The weather and the team both cooperated ad- mirably to assure the fellows a thoroughly enjoyable day. Julie Stock joined his brother Russ on ink the United States and Canada. Bill met daughter Linda and a frielld all, I ali Lln'ee njoyd the marvelous show. Mr. and Mrs. Bernie Tresner drove out from Tacoma for a quick check on their summer cot- tage here on unday. Accompany- ing them was son B. G. who was nursing a broken finger, the pain- ful result of a football injury. IT WAS A BOY for Ken and Judy Eacrett Scott Wesley made his debut in the wee small hours, Oct. 16, at Long Beach Memorial 3 s Southside 4-H Clubs Plan id Seiners home is seven weeks, old "Mag'ie" a lively brown dach- i Mmnd puppy, the da4ghLer o th Rod Hansens' "Heidi". Mr. and Mrs. Hal Retzman ell-I joyed a pleasant visit last Wed- nesday with Mrs. Retzman's neph- ew and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Tom \\;oodhouse of Salinas, Calif. The trip to Grapeview was a side trip from Seattle where the Woodhous- es have been visiting Tom's par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Young, who aceompanied them. This was the first visit to the Retzmans lovely new home for the Wood- By Mrs. ]Ray Kratclm SOUTHSIDE ---- Mill Creek What Nots 4-H Club won the Ki- wanis plaque for 1963 for the club having the most demonstrations and entering judging contest and most entries at the fair and most people present at the meetings and activities. During the past year the Mill Creek What Nots had two picnics, two skating parties Fer emie.g Year Jackson  Nov. 7; MEMBERS of the Friendship Club will meet at the home of Florence Bmlmbaugh Oct. 30 for a special workshop meeting, and all members are to try and be there by 10 a.m. and bring a sack lunch. The last meeting of the club was held at Lela Hootmans. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Stuck of Cole Road last weekend Saturday and both drove to Cor- vallis, Ore., .for the Oregon State, Washington State University game, a disappointment in that WSU was badly defeated. Incident- ally, Russ's 14-year-old son Greg is quarterback for Port Orchard's ]larcus Whitman Junior High team. The Bill Staudts did their level best to help the 25th Air Division celebrate its 15th anniversary by attending the Air Force Day held at McChord Field Sunday. Al- though persistent, rain cancelled the drill in which their son was to participaee, they were able to see the exhibits in the hangars and tour the base: Although some of the air show was rained out, the maneuvers of the famed pilot Robert Hoover in a 1912 F 51, de- fying gravity as well as death it- self, more than put thrills into the afternoon. After leaving Mc- Chord Field the Staudts returned son "Chick's" weekend house guest Miss Kama Conger. to her home m Olympia and enjoyed a lovely dinner with her folks, Mr. and Mrs. A1 Conger. NOT YET READY to settle down for the remainder of the weekend, the Staudts drove home- ward. En route, to celebrate Judy's birthday, Bill treated her to an- other dinner out, and bowling with their league in Shelton completed their evening. Bill Spooner's Scotch ancestry came to the forefront on Sunday when he succumbed to the pro- raise of a delightful glimpse of the homeland through the music and marching of the famous "Black Watch" Highland Regiment. This mavelous pipes and drum corp with its talented highland dancers offered a two.anda half hour per- formance at the Civic Center Ar- ena in Seattle. It s currently tour- . KNIGHT SCHOOL HEWS Indicates Name Of New School Same; Interior Work Starts Tom Dale the new school was question of its name Problem. A poll was What name the rest- Community preferred. name of Mary M. 86 votes compared School, 10 for and two for Sat- the results the new the present one, will honor of the famous who became Supt. Schools. auditor recently via- on his annual audit and procedures. the school clerk, and school directors financial condition. directors have selec- plywood pan- Painters are irst outside coat- Sweeney and the have been making to watch the .con- different parts of directors accept- Lawrence and Mac- Puny of Aberdeen, oil to the school almost as low were Ol.npia Oil and Co., and Acme was called , wce president of . The main puP- was to say Hummel, the and remedial read- received a fare- of her of our school Johnson has been t hired to fill the positions left va- cant. She resides in Shelton and has been substitute teaching in Mason County. Miss Johnson form- erly taught here at Matlock. The holder of the lucky ticket for the benefit of this year's cheer- leader's outfits was Jane Chappel. The newly:organized scout troop held its first meeting Wednesday evening. The members---John Mil- ler, Rickey DeFoer, George Beer- bower, Tom Casey, Bobby Koon- rad, Rodney Reeves, and Mike Hickson attend grade school here. During the meeting the scouts practiced some basic knots, then discussed dues. They were told of the requirements of a "tendelffoot" by the seoutmaster, John Patton. Mike Hickson and Rodney Reeves were given the tende:foot test and passed it. The committee who planned the organization of he troop elected Dave DeFoer its chairman. Other members are Supt. Eugene French, Kent Carter, Mr. Hickson, and Mr. Trimble. 7th & 8ill GRADE NEWS By Donna Owen The seventh and eighth grade football team put up a good fight in their game with Quinault, Oct. 16, but luck was not with them. They lost to Quinault with a score of 6-26. The cheerleaders and rooters did a wonderful job of yelling to try to 'pep up the team but to no avail. Better luck next time boys. The class has been studying fa- mous old sailing vessels and the different types of ships. The 7th and 8th grade Home Economics clas has been working on a glitter picture to hang in their classroom. Hospital, the first child for Ken and Judy. Proud grandparents are Eke and Ann Eacrett of Grape- view. Ann left by train for Long Beach Friday, in order to lend a helping hand to her daughter-in- law and to get acquainted with the welcome newcomer. The flu bug hit the Don Query household with a vengeance last week. downing all five youngsters and mama. too. Art and Kim Nick- laus retrained to schooVafter re- cuperating from a bout with the same pesky germ. Newcomer who has very cun- ningly "taken over" at the How- houses and they were pleasantly impressed by it and also the tour of Treasure Island and surround- ing areas. Sarah Eckert Orthopedic Guild met Friday at the home of Mrs. Ray Uhly. The ladies made further progress on items for their Coun- try Store in Noveml.,r. Halloween night will again be a night to remember with our youngsters planning special treats top their parents and friends. Come to the school house and join the fun! Thursday evening, Oct. 31 at 7:30 p.m. Kamilche School Has New Principal, Lawrence Boyle By Frances Simmons KAMILCHE Kamilche school has a new principal, Lawrence Boyle, who comes from Eastern Washington and who is living in Shelton. George Keller, who re- signed last week was forced to leave the school work because of his dairy farm. Friday of next week Kamilchc school will play football at Hoods- port. The home team lost 18-0 playing against Lower Skokomish last week. Janet Wiley has entered school in the fourth grade from Evc:- green school in Shelton. Roy Sharpe, a second grade stu- dent, left Kamilche school and entered Bordeaux school in Shel- ton. O. D. Yillines and Walt Wolden of Centralia spent the weekend at the H. Villines home and did some deer hunting. Tuesday of last week Mrs. John Krise was honored with a surprise birthday party in her honor by 18 friends. 5H. AND MRS. GENE Taylor returned last Friday from a I0 day trip to Canada. The weather was perfect for the trip which took them to CaTgary and Strut- more and Stetler in Alberta. On the return trip they crossed the Rocky Mountains through Rogers pass and saw four herds of elk, bears and a herd of buffalo. They visited at the James Laurence home at East Coulee, Alberta and with Mrs. John Adams at Strat- lnore. There will be a gavel meeting Fl/_lay evening, Oct. 26 when SOllihside conies to Progress Grange. Meeting at 8:30 p.m. Weekend guests at the Harry Simmons home were the Carson Simmons family for Sunday din- ner and A. P. Bissell of Pacific Beach Sunday overnight guests. Mrs. Martin Otto spent a few days in the hospital in Shelton last week. Glad to report she is improved and home again. Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Becket of Florencc, Colo., and Lloyd Black- welder of Lnan, Colo.. have been visiting at thc Cecl Blackweldcr home. They all travelled to Twlsp to visit the W. H. McFic family. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Sigo attended an inter-tribal meeting at LaCon- net Oct. 12. Last Friday Mr. and Mrs. An- gus Ellison made a trip to Seattle. Mrs. Harry Fletcher visited at the home of her parents three days of last week to help l]er par- ents who were injured in a car accident. rs. Eva Willis visited Mrs. An- nie Whitener last Sunday after- noon. Friday evening Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Barnes left for San Diego, Calif., where they were called to the bedside of Mr, Barnes' mother, who is seriously ill. 14 UPRIGHT FREEZER 3-Yr. Food Spoilage Plan Full 5-Yr. Warranty on Complete refrigeration system Ielivered Installed LeVeled THIS IilURSDAY- FRIDAY- SATURDAY ONLY OTHER FREEZERS PRICED ACCORDINGLY (All Sizes in both chest and upright models) We also have -o, USED !RECONDITIONED FREEZERS CHEST AND UPRIGHT MODELS FULLY WARRANTED TERMS % i - . v,,.d Locker Users -- The deadhne Is getting very near -- You t, q! have to decide ill a very few days now what to do With e ood in your refrigerated locker. While there is still some llOiee available in New and Used Freezers, and while these eial prices last, coinc in and see the fine freezers available LEH WARREN REFRIGERATION and Cota Streets Phone 426-2445 Mr. and Mrs. Petty spent last weekend visitin a.t the Don Pierce home in Port Angeles. and two food sales. Four members of the club went to Pulhnan on the" Washington State 4-H Conference in June. Seven members went to Puyatlup and three members of the club went to Yakima on judging and demonstrations. The next. meeting wilt be Oct. 30 at the home of Mrs. Simpson Livewires 4-H Club members met at Sally Wolf's for the fn'st meeting of the new year, with the meeting called to order by Pat- ty Mell and had the flag salute and 4-H pledge. New officers elec- ted at the meeting were presi- dent Linda Rains; vice president, 8'ally Wolf: secretary, Patty Mell: treasurer. Paula Woods; commu- nity service. Ruth Ann Trotzer and reporter Becky Jackson. The meeting was adjourned and Sally Wolf was hostcss. Several of the girls of the Live Wires 4-H Club are entering a contest "Make It With Wool" held at Gig Harbor. The next meeting will be held in the home of the reporter, Becky were Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Stuck Mr. and Mrs. Dave Clark of Ho- quiam, Mr. and Mrs. James Me- Cord and family of Tacoma and Charles Stuck of Hoquiam. Thunderbirds 4-H club members met at Leslie Snyder's on. Oct. 16 and electefl officers for 1963 and 1964. They are: President, Leslie Snyder; vice president, Chuck Sheppard; secretary, Tom Trotzer; treasurer. Brian Lovgren and re- porter, Steve Herrick. Each mem- ber selected a project. Thunder- birds will help in the dining room at the Southside school carnival on November 2. Leslie Snyder served refreshments at the meet- ing. The next meetifig of the club will be held at Steve Herrick's on Nov. 13. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Her- rick and famny for the weekend were Mr. and Mrs, Charles Kind- red and girls of Belfair and Ma- mie Clark. VISITORS of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Stuck Friday evening were Wilma Kent of San Diego and Bill Von Bargen of San Diego. Christine Schuffenhauer, daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Verne Schuf- fenhauer celebrated her 12th birth- day Saturday. Those helping her celebrate were :r. and Mrs. Verne Schuffenhauer and family, Martin Brownfield, Eva Getty, Keith Sat- terthwaite and Pearl and Mike Brownfield. Sunday evening Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Schuffenhauer hclped Christine celebrate her birthday. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Stuck spending the weekend were Mr. and IvIrs. Dave Clark of Ho- quiam, Mrs. Opal Lancaster and .ana of Olympia nd Charles Stuck of Hoquiam. @ Over one-third of the children killed in dwelling fires are alone when the fire breaks out, accord- ing to National Fire Protection Association studies. i Boxed Stationery box Values to $1.59 MASON COUNTY STATIONERS 118 N. 2nd 426-4213 DANCING Lampost Tavern 3 Nighls Each Week THURS.- FRI.-SAT. Live Western Music FREE ADMISSION Sale Starts Thursday Young Men's , Length RAINCOATS Colors- koden - Black- Brown Sizes 38-40-42 Regular Price $19.95 $' 277 Sale Price I 4 Only BLAZERS Black Color - 1009 Wool 2/40 1/42 1/39 Long Regular Price $25.95 30 Only Men's JACKETS Some are all wool work jacket Some are casual jackets REDUCED TO CLEAR Boy's Cotton SLACKS Continental Model- Medium Tapered Leg 'Regular Price $3,98 Sale Price S277 Regular Price $4,98 Sale Price $317 Boy's Short Sleeve SPORT SHIRTS Sizes 8 to 18 Regular Price $2.98 Sale Price 2/003oo One Group Boys JEANS Heavy Weight - Sanforized Sizes 8 to 16 2 pr. $3 00 YARN ' SALE 4,PlyKnitting Worded 4-oz. hanks in all colors S 139' reduced from $1.69 to .............. 4-PLY ORLON SAYLE 4-oz. hanks in many colors 1 washable - from $1.19 to ................ NUBBY FLEECE 2-oz. hanks, thick and bulky Quick Knit. Make Your Ski 79 Regularly $1.00 ............ SKIRTS Girls 7 to 14 Stitch down pleats or wrap around styles Washable - 85% Wool 15% Nylon Regular Price $7.99 $399 Children's CAR COATS Cot{on Shell with hood - warm quilted lining Machine washable Toddlers 2 to 3X & Boys & Girls 3-6X Special $350 Girl's 7 to 14 - $4.50 One Group Girls SWEATERS & Blouses 3 - 6X & 7 to 1 Brand Names Merchandise from our Regular Stock-- % OFF Ready To Wear Dept. SUPRA MOHAIR 60 gram balls, Soft and fluffy in many lovely shades. .Regularly $1.59 - reduced to .... =1 --- r One Group Name Brand SWEATERS Cardigans & Slip on Styles Good Colors - Come early for selection Sizes 38 & 40 Reg. $9.95 to $10.95 $699, Spec. Reg. $11,95 to $13.98 $799 Spec. One group Name Brand SKIRTS Good Styles & Colors Sizes 8 to 16 Reg. $10.95 to $1.2.95S,,e $7 99 Reg. $14.95 to $16.95 $999 Spee. New Fall Hal FREE Purclase of any new Fall Coat or Suit of $35.00 or up. All wool & double Knit Suits $35.00 ,o $45.00 Untrimmed all wool coats $38.00 $49.95 hzr trimmed all wool coats $68.00 $119.95 A Subsidiary of P. N. Hirsch & Co. Men's Washable Whipcord TROUSERS Rugged 19 oz. Nylon Blend Green & Grey Regular Price $9,95 SHOE TOTES Colors- Red, Blue, Black Beige, Green :Regular Price $1.49 Sale Price 99 c Sale Price $695 Ono Group Men's SPORT SHIRTS Long Sleeve PRICE Men's Department Nylon SUPS White & Black Regular Price $2,68 SalePrice $199 Nylon 1/2 SLIPS Regular Price 2/$5 Sale Price 2/y' Park Avenue Support HOSE Seamless Sale Price $166 Natural Bristle HAIR BRUSH $199 Accessories & Lingerie De pt, Poplin Reversible RAINGOATS 7 Only - Sizes 10 and 12 Regular Price $ I 0.95 Sale Price $4 99 One Group INFANTS WEAR Merchandise from our regular Stock 'h OFF Read), to Wear Children's Dept.