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&apos;, October 24 1963 W}inner Phneed At Dayton Nail Saturday Hight Mabel I<i(hl Kent and the Robert Lemke faro- A Harvest Dinner for Saturday, Oct. 26 1ton Hall. All com- ex-community mere- to at- contact oz" Mrs. Richard pinochle Club met in the home A. E. Lemke. Went to Rachel and low to Dorothy Moore the traveling Chopin and Lemke. The next meet- held on Nov. 2 in the and Mrs. Ralph Kill- the A. E. Lem- scene of a miscel- shower for Mrs. Cleave (Thais Rishel) and a low bowl lillies of the valley gift table. The white od layer cake cen- and groom dolls Dessert refresh- Prepared by Mrs. Bet- Mrs. Cecil MeLain ames were played with Mrs. William Riet- Jmues Hickson. the Mesdames. Fritz A. MacRae. Richard Leman. James Rietdorf. Cecil Frisk. Harry Kidd, ;hilson and Linda to attend, but were Mrs. Bob Men- T. A. Tibbits and ce Sherman. MRS. RICHARD Le- news of a third 15. Brits Michael. 15 ounce boy was ', and Mrs. Bruce Sclm- Beach, Calif. Pater- are Mr. and Mrs. of Anchorage, Johnson of Taco- lrsday through Sun- of Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Severance was weekend and Mrs. David girls of Tacoma joined Saturday for dinner. visitors were Kennett Daugh- Sunday, Mr. John- down Lo pick up his :El McLain family of Until it's too Iate to really low-cost Do it NOW s EASY.ON Storm dt contains molding & nails, .. a complet0 EASY-ON . . . ost popular will, zs only 39 at youl ily, Seattle. were weekend visitors in the A. E. Lemke home. Sunday callers in the Wm Reit- dorf home were Mrs. Etta Sherid and girls and Mils Brmnbaugh of ShelLon. The Win. Reitdorf family and the James Hickson family gather- ed in the Hiekson home Monday evening for potluck dinner. SatUrday KeiLh Tibbits bagged a spike while hunting in the Ray- mend area. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Halbert took Mr. and Mrs. Chester Valley to Sea-Tar on Sunday for their flight to Hawaii. Children, Mike and Donna Halbert met them there and visited. Mr. and Mrs. Pete Bloomfield entertained at a birthday dinner on Saturday evening honoring daugh- ter Darlene and also for Mrs. Bert %Vood. Guest s wcrc Mrs. Les Bish- op, Mr. Wood and Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Bloomfield and daughter. Later Mrs. Floyd WaSters dropped in with a lovely birthday angel- food cake. Mrs. Linda Zahn of Olympia called on A O. Schuffenhauer on Monday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Pharris of Hazelton. Ida., spent Thursday through Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Pharris. Saturday Lloyd Pharris. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Pharris, and Mr. and Mrs. Mike Johnson and children motored to Seattle to view the Space Needle and all had dinner with the Clifford Pharris family of Federal Way. Jan and Sue Valley are spend- ing this week with Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Hulbert while their parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Valley vaca- tion aL Pahn Springs, Calif. Mr. and i%rs. Pete Bloonffield and family attended a gathering in the Lloyd Clark home at Ka- milche Sunday evening to enjoy a "Sirthday al< honoring Mrs. Bert Wood. Other guests were Mr. Bert Wood. Mrs. Les Bishop, Mr. and Mrs. Claude McIrvin. Mrs. Floyd WaSters and children. Mr. and Mrs. Keith Satterthwaite, and Mike Brownfield. SUNDAY DINNER guests of Mr and Mrs. A. O. Schuffenhauer were Mr. and Mrs. Darrel FosLcr of Centralia. Mrs. Thelma Howard of Issa- quah visited with Ihe Doyle How- ards on Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Tibbits had as Sunday dinner guests Mr. and Mrs. "Willis Tibbits and girls of Lost Lake. Tommy and Joey McGuire spent last week with grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. A O. Sehuffenhauer. A poLluc' dinner was enjoyed on Friday evening in the South Bay home of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Blo(mffield by Mr. and Mrs. Claude McIrvin. Mr. and Mrs. Bert W'ood. Mrs Les Bishop and Lhe Pete Blodignfleld family. Mr. and Mrs. Vires Sloan of SbelLon were Thursday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Alvia Chap- nlan. Dailey, Civilian Now, Saw Husky-Pitt Game ELMA Dou Dailey, former Elma high school and University of Washington athlete from Clo- quallum, is now a civilian em- ploye of Uncle Sam after 3. years with the 7th Army in Ger- many. He recently saw the Wash- ington-Pittsburgh college football game m Pitt stadium, accompa- nied by a number of ex-service friends and relatives on his moth- er's side. His mother is Mrs. Mary Walko Dailey, formerly of Clo- quallmn. After a brilliant 3-sport career at Ehna High, Dailey won his varsity letter for three years in baseball, and was captain of the team in his senior year, aL Wash- mgton. LH S. First SHELTONMASON COUNTY JOURNAL-- Published in "Christmastown, U.S.A.", Shelton, Washington TRUE DESEGREGATIONNo schools were c;osea and no churches were bombed when these two poodles integrated early last August. Both are from blood lines studded with nation- al dog show stars. Giselle, the 14-month old platinum blonde mother owned by Mr. and Mrs. Tom Olson of John's Prairie Road, and Roue,5-year-old king- size (65-1b.) cocoa-brown fath- er owned by Mr. and Mrs. Pat McGrady of Lilliwaup and New York, produced eight coal-black puppies. It may seem like a mir- acle to them but under Gregor Mendel's and nature's laws most the now 5-week-old pups will change color by the time they are three -months, and from them could come an apricot poo- dle. most valuable in all dog- dora. HOOD CANAL SCHOOL NEWS Views On PTA, PTO Meeting; PTA Given The October PTA meeting was devoted primarily to guest speak- ers and d;scussion on the PTA vs, PTO issue. A vole of confi- dence was called and a rather hea- vy majority supported the PTA. We hope this matter is now set- Sled. The \\;Vays and Means Com- mittee is selling spaces on a patch- work quill as a means of raising moneY for the scholarship fund. A space in which the contributor's name will he embroidered can be purchased for one dollar The quilt is to go to the winner of the scholarship. Logging is progressing on the school property subject to the wea- ther. The Lower Skokomish scbool is freshly painted and looks rmtch better. The Primary school at Hoods- port is operating with its usual efficiency and most of the First Grade pupils have now decided that school is more fun than home. The mid-quarter home reports were sent out at the Junior High and many pupils are now working much harder. OUR NEXT TICACIIER to be interviewed is Carl Fellstrom. new eighth grade teacher at the jun- ior high. He is married and has a son in high school and a daugh- ter in junior lfigh. He is a native of Seattle and a graduate of the University Discussed At October Vote Of Confidence Sportsman s Club At Union To r'00h, 8i._bgist Tonight By Betty Dean UNION---The Sportsmans' Club meets tonight at the Union Cnm- nnmity Hall. Biologist Dick Noble of the state hatchery division will speak on the new run of salmon and future program development, Time is 8:00 p.m. The drawing for the motor was won by Donna Jarvis of Hoodsport. A. J. Cowan, president-elect of the club, will take over tonight. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hough cele- brated their 43rd wedding anniver- sary Get. 20, They spent the day with relatives in Tacoma. Dr. C. \\;V. Bemis and Robert Keenan. members of the Elbow Lake Hunting Club. spent the- weekend of Oct. 12-13 at the beau- tiful 50-year-old lodge at Elbow Lake. They returned with a limit of ducks and two geese. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Edinger and children Sharon and Shaver are moving back Lo Union after o stay in Sitka, Alaska. : Ed Dalby spent the weekend in Seattle visiting his son and the Fritz Dalby family at Edmonds. Miss Flag is spending the month with Clara Eastwood. before en- tering the Presbyterian Park ,:"  Shore Retirement Home. Martin Hanson took over the store while Mr. and Mrs. Thomas i Ball took off tw days Lo rest up after a busy summer. MR. AND MILS. HARRY Maw- son left Saturday for a motor trip to Canada. where they will vaca- tion for the next week. Union members attending last Thursday's meeting of the Hood Canal Womans' Club were Nell Anderson. Nina Miller, Ethel DaN by and Oletha Stark. Visitors from Union were Ella Lange and Edith Edwards. Mrs. Betty Lind- berg of Puyallup, president of the Peninsula District, provided a most interesting program for the af- ternoon. Steve Morris and ,son Colin spent four days East of the mountains, Christian Science Services Are Set A Bible Lesson on the subject of "Probation After Death" will be read this Sunday at all Christ- Washington and Western Wash- tan Science churches. ington State College. His teach- Golden Text: "The people that ing career is replacing a previous walked in darkness have seen a career as an electrical contractor, great light: they that dwell in the 100 ; Professional All the teachers of the Hood Canal School District haw , mem- bership in the Professional Organ- izations of the Shelton, Washing- ton and National Education As- sociations. "This is an outstanding accomplishment," commented Sup- erintendcnL John Pill. These or- ganizations are dedicated Lo the improvement of the quality of in- struction and the elevation of the status of the teaching profession. All full-time non-certified em- ployers have also joined the above mentioned associations at a spec- ial reduced cost of menbership. These non-certified employees are eligible to the services here-to- fore open only to teacher's. Approximately two-thirds of the teachers are under Major Medical Hospital Insurance under t.he Washington Education Associa- tion. LATE BLOOMING Mrs. Erling Olon. 1003 Rail- road Ave.. has azaleas which are either awfully late or awfully ear- ly in blooming. She told The Jour- nal this week that the azaleas at her home were in bloom. They us- of I ually bloom in tlre spring. land of the shadow of death, upon them hath the light shined" (Is- aiah 9:2). Related readings fronl the Christian Science textbook include these lines: "The understanding that Life is God. Spirit, lengthens our days by strengthening our trust in the deathless reality of Life, its ahnightiness and tremor-. tality" ,Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures by Mary Baker Eddy, p. 487). There ]s a woman at the begin- ning of all great things. .... Lamartine hunting. They came back with a nice buck. Kenneth Pearce got a spike deer at Mt. Rose Oct. 14. We are sorry to hear Ira Morse is back in the hospital, and we wish him a speedy recovery. A reminder of tire Union Ladies' Civic Club card party, tomorrow night, at the Union Community Hall at 8 p.m. Bill Timm and son Billy went hunting at the Dosewallips this weekend, and came back with a two-point deer. (Error) in Iast weeks column. It was M:r. and Mrs. George Ad- ams and son John. who returned to Union after being gone eight years. Sorry folks. The portable washing machine, Nell Anderson donated to the Un- ion Ladies' Civic Club, is on dis- play at the Union Marine If in- terested you may see it there, and also buy tickets on it. Dinner guests of the Max Dean's Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Ray Allen.and family._ of, ,Port..To.wn- send, and Robert Allen of Cen- tralia. Additional guests from Un- ion were Ronnie Allen, Mr. and Mrs. Herb Allen and Bonnie. LINDA BAILEY joined the Brownie troop this week. Norman Lange and family from Amboy, spent the weekend visiting Mr. and Mrs. Lange. He got in some duck hunting. The duck hunting is in full swing around here, with good reports of getting their limit. Also if the people who live near the water look out they might see the black fish going by. Some were spotted this week near Rau's Chicken Din- ner Inn. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Vest had the Ted Bailey's and Roland WaiLers in for dinner Friday evening. Union members of the Hood Ca- nal Junior High PTA found the meeting Monday evening very in- teresting. They were talking of changing to a PTO but the PTA membershio gave the members an ovemvhe]ming vote of confidence. The teachers had on display the audio visual aids used for the bet- terment of our children's educa- tion The. PTA N-ll show a movie aL the Hoodsport school gym Fri- day, Nov. I at 7:30 p.m. Remember, if" you have any Un- ion news call 898-2133. DANCE 3 Nights a Week THUR, - FRI.- SAT. BLUE OX CORRAL SHELTON HOTEL Live Musicfrom 9 Phone 426-4530 WELL DRILLING water guaranteed MYERS pLUMPS " Sales and 24 hour service Russell Drilling Co. Bill Russell Phone 426-4245 Shatterproof Flexible GIRLS COAT BUY! A,  NaLural Raccoon on Plaid Wool N' Rayon Shell. Pile Lined. B. Textured Wool N' Lush Dyed gobbEt. InLer.  S .g'on-Jas';n - ,incd. Other Styles Available. - 3 - 6X 7 - 14 OnIy29L|.. Ft. $15 .36 ,Inches wide.-. Also in 28" & 48' wld&s " o|r ,;evel t, ,?,,o",',: . ,,,-,, ,,, , sinks lables. *n,=wot' KUrto nt. ) LUMBER "'LLC000000T . I I 8-18 Solid Color. Polished Cotton, Beautiful Tailoring 8-18 1009; COTTON GALEY & LORD'S TARPOON PLAID WASH & WEAR FAST COLOR TOMORROW THE SMARTEST SLACK "SHOW" IN TOWN IS AT PENNEY'S trees located nine miles west of Belfair; and Green Mountain Bough Sale of 4.000 p.onnds of Christmas tree boughs. A mini- mum bid of $20 is set on the boughs. Sales Friday, will include: Wild- berry Lake Sale of 150 trees in Mason County; Wildcat Lake Sale of 300 trees; Burley School Sale of 150 trees located eight miles south of Port Orchard; and Spur three Sale of 250 trees located six miles west of Belfair. Slate Sets Sale Of i Yui00 Trees Near Beitair Christnlas l rees will be auction- ed off in the Port Orchard De- partment of Natural Resources District headquarters at 10 a.m, Oet. 22 and 25, Land Commission- er Bert Cole annotmced today. Minimum bid for the state- owned trees is set at 30 cents per tree. Sales on Tuesday included: E1- fendahl Pass No. 1 vale of 750 trees located six miles west of Belfair; Used car tree sale of 300 trees located eight miles west of Belfair: Howell Lake Sale of 750 trees located nine miles west of Belfair: Shoe Lake sale of 1,000 ..... SCHOOL MENU Menus for Shelton Elementary Schools and Shelton Senior High Week of Oct. 28 - Nov, 1 Monday -- Spaghetti. hot but- tered French bread, cheese sliccs, buttered green beans, carrot sticks, fruit, milk. Tuesday -- Chili con carne, vegetables peanut butter sand- wich, h o m e made cinnamon rolls, sugar plmns, milk. Wednesday -- Roast turkey in gravy over whipped potatoes, buttered corn, vegetable wedg- es, sandwich, pumpkin custard, milk. Thursday -- Chicken pie, but- tered biscuits, fruit gelati]L Halloween cake, milk. Friday -- clam chowder, dev- iled egg sandwich, golden glow salad, cobbler, milk. Supplement your chiltl's diet with Plenamins from Prepp's Rexall 133 RR. Phone 426-4642 12,::i:: ;! NO MOISTURE PROBLEM EVER! WITH new super-dry anti-perspirant Wear what you want and forget about the worrisome problem of perspiration stains[ New Super.Dry Anti- Perspirant made by Ever-Dry contains two active ingredi- ents that effectively check perspiration. Protects you around the clock. ,. andthen some. A three to four month's supply, $3 plus tax, 83d size Colgate TOOTH PASTE w;m $1,19 reg. price LISTERINE reg, $1.89 300 size BAYER ASPIRIN ,lS9 m:w reg. $1.00 SPRAY PAINT A. Oolors 69 Qt, Size Liquid BUBBLE BATH Ass't. 98 Scents Castile or Lemon SHAMPOO ors. gS* 00ITl-=Conl00eu In Evergreen Square Phone 426.3456 PAGE 13 t ASSORTED SPORT DRESS 00H,RTS 3 $5 ooos. ENDS JEANS " SLACKS ............ 3 $5 WE,GHT 00A0000ETS. ....................................... HOME FURNISHINGS DEPT. SINGLE CONTROL ELECTRIC BLANKET 63x84 $8 77 $9 77 SINGLE CONTROL ELECTRIC BLANKET 72x84 $ 77 DUAL CONTROL ELECTRIC BLANKET 72x84 12 DACRON $8 POLYESTER FILLED PILLOWS 20x26 2 FOR PRINTED 1 COTTON FLANNEL SANFORIZED ....... 3 Yds. WOOL YARN 4 PLY4 OZ. SKEIN ............... 77 MELMAC DINNER WARE 45 PC. SET ........ $16 88 SIIOE DEPT. MEN'S IMPORTED RUBBER PACS .................. $4 88 $466 BOY'S IMPORTED RUBBER PACS ...................... " WOMEN'S DEPT. BETTER CRESSES REDUCE ....... s4-006-$8 GIRL S DEPT. =2008 ASS'T. PLAID DRESSES ....  III p .IENNEYS 2 TABLES ODDS & ENDS PRICED AS MARKED MEN'S DEPT. ASSORTED SPORT S.,RTSS-M-L ....... 2 $5 ] LIGHT WEIGHT JACKETS REDUCED ................ ;5 100% WOOL SUIT Size 36 .................................... s18 DRESS RAINCOATS 2 0nly 38 & 42 ................ $12 DRESS .A,NCOATS 42 44 ............................ $8 BOY'S DEPT.