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October 31, 1963 SHELTON--MASON COUNTY JOURNAL Pubtished in Ohrstmastown, U.S.A.", Shelton, Washington -- Braving last that varied from to high winds and ore- Grapevzew hunt- act with a greater de- SUCCess than in former Monday 14-year-old experienced the successful hunt ater-sehool outing net- two-point which at about 125 pounds. was also happy to two-point deer late in the vicinity It wasn&apos;t a-ques- up with the Jones- of keeping up with rag, but tasty two- some of this win- for the Jubie Hicks downed it Thursday Ubie's Sunday outing SUccessful, larder-wise, were so beautiful no real time loss. with friend Ed Shelton, brought two point buck from hunting soiree father's place in A1- night's telephone s neck of the Banana ted us from getting ars on Vern Reister's 'Nimroddi ng". Really leave pay, Vern a spike Oct. 16, that to dress out at should certainly just a corner of N COOK and sons from Satur- in Silva!dale Cook residence with while "Grandpa y pursuing one )arts, elk hunt- their recent trip to Houston, Tex. The three and a half week trip was made to attend an Electric- ian's convention at which Ralph was chosen as this year's presi- dent of the group. While there. the Hatches were able to make several side trips, the most inter- esting one taking them south of the border into Mexico, Enjoying Sunday dinner and spending the evening with the Art Zehes were Ray. and Mrs. D. C. Schroeder with their son and three daughters. Formerly of Shelton. Rev. Mr. Schroeder is now the pastor of the Church of the Good Shephard in Tacoma. Virginia Freeman left on an- other hard-eavned and well-deser- ved jaunt Sunday to attend the 1963 NASA-NSTJk Youth Science Congress in Ames Research Cen- ter, San Francisco, Calif. At the airport to greet Virginia, along with the research center officials. were Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Reichert. relatives from Lafayette, Calif. Virginia was able to spend Sunday night with the Reicherts and plan- ned to spend Tuesday night with them prior to her retm home. Hunters Have Better A rare vceekend visit from her 'mother, Mrs. Maxine Collins. de- lighted. Mrs. Bob Battles. While here. Mrs. Collins helped both grandson Ronnie and son-in-law Bob celebrate birthdays, Bob's having been the previous Wednes- day and Ronnie's sixth being Fri- day. Visiting, sight-seeing about our area and cutting manzanita made for a pleasant weekend for Mr. and Mrs. Gone Ivy at the Treasure Island home of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Little. The Littles and Ivys are long-time friends. Spending the weekend here at their beach cottage, Ralph and Judy Hatch entertained friends with a most interesting account of Q HARDWARE PAINTS 1 mile off highway on Cole Road Road Builder's Supply load Ph. 426-8224 Le& Bagging Deer Over Weekend NEWCOMERS to our commun- ity are Me. and Mrs. Dang Knut- sen and. their 13-year-old twins, Danny and Dorothea. Mr. Knut. son is Sylvia Hansen's brother. while Mrs. Knutsen is rinifred Reister's sister. The Knutsens who formerly lived just south of Al- l,m, have moved into the Morris place, most recently occupied by the Fraser family. Saturday night's VFW span- soled carnival held at Belfair was quite a success. Among those Grapeviewites taking part were Mrs. Louise Polk. Mrs. Virginia Hicks, Mrs. F10ence Palms, Mrs. Bert StricMand and the Lee Whir- nays, The lady workers made quite an appearance in their old-fash- ioned dresses and bonnets and most of the children came in cos- tumes. Seemed almost like a Sta- dium Beach community effort when Mrs. Evelyn Walker won a lovely 18-pound turkey with a ticket purchased from Kathy Hicks which was chosell at random from the lot by Lee Whitney. Pro- ceeds from the donations to this effort were given to the VFW relief fund. Mrs. Vi Cokelet won the door prize, an American flag. Thanks were offered also to Mrs, Bob Battles for her donation of six darling kittens which were given away, Mrs. Sarah Tschida also loaned a helping hand to help make the carnival a success. It was both a beautiful and sat- isfying trip that took Mrs. Burr Benson, daughter Bonnie and son Mike to EIlensburg recently. Pat was delighted to find daughter Linda and son-in-law Dan Wil- liams wll situated in a most promising routine. Dan is a fUll- time student at Central Wash- ington State College while Linda is the secretary to the Dean of the College of Fine and Industrial Arts. Even their apartment is ideally situated, being just three blocks from the school. The trip enabled the Bensons to, not only visit Dan's folks at Quincy, but also the Ginkgo Museum. They inspected the Indian writings on the walls of the Columbia River gorge, enjoyed the beantv of the autumn leaves on the Snoqualmie Pass and Mike and Bonnie went riding at one of the several dude ranches to be found along the way. HOME AGAIN and spoiled by the warmth of the California cli- mate is Mrs. Eke Eacrett. Ann left Saturday a week ago to help daughter-in-law Judy get settled with her first bundle of joy, Scott Wesley. The proua papua, Ken Eaerett, was at sea at the time of the stork's arrival and did not get his first glimpse of little Scot- ty until Friday night. Ann return- ed to the Great Northwest about noon Sunday, full of news and par- ticulars for family and maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Waters of Shelton. To welcome her home. Ann's parents, the Walter Eckerts. took them to dinner at their favorite Purdy spot. Last Thursday night "Eke" Eac- rett drove to Oak Harbor to see son Bob's junior high school foot- ball team clinch its championship by doxyning their Sedro-Woolley rivals 6-0. "Eke" also got quite a hearty chuckle out of seeing the victorious warriors not too gently treating their favorite coach to a shower bath. A trans-continental phone call gave Russ and Ruth Wells a real thrill last Saturday night. Son Jack was calling to tell them of his promotion to Quartermaster, second class. He is at present sta- tioned at the Boston Naval Ship- yard at Charlestown, Mass. Al- though not too favorably impres- sed with the climate, Jaek is en- joying this, his first visit to the east coast and especially last weekend's trip to New York City. The hospitality of the Carl Carl Stocks at their home south of Bellingham took Julie and Doris Stock northward this past week- end. A lovely turkey dinner and visiting with niece and nephew Cathie an Terry made it an even more special occasion. Robert Spooner's weekend home from Reed College must have been a lucky omen for the North Ma- son Bulldogs' Homeconing cele- bration for their football stalwarts were able to enjoy their first vic- tory of the season, defeating the Forks Spartans. 6-0. Grapeview residents Bill and Le- ans Somers. Bob Ellison and How- ard Somers represented our dis- trict at the hearing held by the Mason County Commissioners Monday, relative to the transfer of Sec. 29 Twp. 22N, R1W to the Allyn Fire District. A resolution from our Commissioners, Web Etherton, Orin Buckingham and George Lewis, was presented re- questing a ompromise which would divide Sac. 29 between the two fire districts It is hoped that the commissioners of the two fire districts can get together and agree on a mutually satisfactory compromise before the next hear- ing, to be held by the County Commissioners at .2 p.m. Nov. 25, at the Mason County Court House. THE 4-H BARNACLES met last Tuesday at the home of leader Mrs. Ernestine Nicklaus. The main business at hand was the elec- tion of their 1963-64 officers. Jo- dy Engen is the club's new pres- ident, while Joel Zehe is the vice president. Art Nickiaus is the secretary, their treasurer is Don Somers and pubcity chairman is Georgia Clayton. This year there are four new melnbers: Calvin Peters, Pete Hill. David Hicks and Mike Benson. The Barnacles have been doing very well and expect to do even better this year. See you at the Halloween par- ty tonight at the Grapeview Ahska Visitors Are Entertained At Aliyn By Judy Van Osten Held From Last Week) ALLYN -- Leo and Calla Nelson 'of Skagway, Alaska are visiting with her sisters and brother, Joy Vanderlinden of Seattle, Dee Sar- gent and Howard Wynn both of Allyn. They will return home by way of the Alkan Highway after visiting their son in Idaho. A family dinner was given by the Clam Sargents on Saturday evening for the Nelsons. This also was a farewell dinner for Terry McKeen who left Tuesday for the Army. Members of the family at- tending were Mr. and Mrs. Vander- linden and family, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Wynn and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Matson, and Harris Me- Keen. Birthday Club this month was held at the home of Mrs. Barbara Wynn. Fifteen members and two guests and four children were in attendance. Barbara. had baked a delicious salmon for the main dish and members brought var- ious other dishes for a delicious luncheon. Birthday honored this time was that of Mrs. Margaret Rice. Club next month will be held at the home of Mrs. Sally Pfland, Mr. and Mrs. Jewel Van Osten, Mr. and Mrs. James Van Osten and children attended a buffet din- net at the Carl Hirsch's on Tues- day. It was a farewell dinner for Mr. and Mrs. Jim Davis who were returning home "co California af- ter visiting Jim's grandmother, Mrs. Flay Stuart. Mrs. Arlee Davis of Richland and Mrs. June McNeil of Oceanside, Calif. sisters of Mrs. Hirsch were also guests. The election held a couple of weeks ago for a mill raise to con- struct a new fire hall for Allyn and a fire deparIment for Mason Lake was defeated because the re- quired number of total votes were not enough to carry the measure. MRS. BARBARA WYNN and Mrs. Echo Matson had a family farewell dinner for Terry Me- Keen on Monday evening. The dinner was held at the Howard Whmn's with Terry's parents and sister attending, Mr. and Mrs. Clem Sargent, and Mr. and I"S. Ted Matson and Diana. The Victor Improvement Club will have an adult Halloween par- ty on Nov. 2 at the hall. All paid- up community members and their invited gues[s will be welcomed. Lady members of the club ga- thered at the home of Mrs. Yt. Van Slyke to wrap items for their post office booth at the coming Halloween Carnival in Belfair. Mrs. Van Slyke served luncheon to the eight ladies. MRS. WILLIMA Calder and Dayton Ladies Club To Meet Wednesday In Cemmunffy Hall By Mabel Kidd DAYTON -- Ladies' Club will hold its next meeting at Dayton Hall Nov. 6, Wednesday, with Mrs. John Rock as hostess. Please noe change of day for this week only. Mrs. Bruce McQuilkin was host- ess on last Tuesday at the club meeting. Mrs. James Hickson left Sunday for Alamosa, Colo., after receiving word of the illness of her mother. Mrs. Sanchez Bert. Mrs. Hickson will also visit with her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Landers and son, who also live there. Mr. and Mrs. Gall Steensen of Shelton became parents of a boy Oct. 27. Mrs. Steensen is the for- mer Mrs. Thelma Dillenburg. A Community Halloween party will be held at the hall tonight at 7:30 p.m. Children up to and in- cluding the 6th grade are invited. Those not contacted may bring candy if they wish to for treats. Prizes will be offered for best costumes so come dressed in your weirdest. The Harvest Dinner held Satur- day evening was weii attended with approximately 75 enjoying the delicious home cookeXi food. DENNIS and Keith Combs were Friday overnight guests of their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Seab Combs. The Clifford Combs fam- ily and the Scab Combs motored to Seattle Saturday and spent the night in the home of Mr. and Mrs. ChaHes Edwards, Sunday, Keith was honored at a party to cele- brate his ninth birthday. As a special treat the boys, Keith and Dennis Combs and Leslie and Lar- ry Pearson were taken by big brother. Mauriee Pearson, to see the wonderful sights at Woodland park. Paul MeQuilkin celebrated his 13th birthday Oct. 18 with a camp- out overnight at Tuppers' Resort. Guests were Lynn McQuilkin, Evon Tohnston, John Olson, Larry Beerbower, Billy Ells, Martin Sa- vage, Leslie and Skip Nichols. Bnme McQuilkin served as camp- advisor. The special attraction in the food line was a beautiful roc- ket ship birthday cake. Robert Lemke and Frank Sim- mons of Seattle and Mr. and Mrs. Cecil McLain and children of Kent and a friend were weekond guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Lemke. Robert and Frank had no luck hunting in this part of the coun- try but on their way to the ferry for their trip home, they got a nice buck near Belfair, so Bob reported to his mother via tele- phone. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bruce McQuilkin were Mr. and Mrs. John Banks and child- ren of Arcadia. Sheri Chappell had Glands Young of Shelton as Friday over- night guest. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Roberts and son Cilris. were Sunday din- ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Pete Robert%. MR. AND IIRS. WILLIAM L. Brown hosted a pre-Hallov,een party Saturday evening in their home. Guests were. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Clary, Mr. and Mrs. Don He!rick. Mr. and Mrs. Russ Clary, Mr. and Mrs. Bud Hidebrandt. Mr. and Mrs. Cal Moran. Mr. and Mrs. John Anderson, Mr. ad Mrs, Jame's Pauley, Mr. and Mrs. Har- old Kidd, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Brown and Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Petty. Sunday callers in the Brown home were Mr. and Mrs. Ted Berry and Mr. and Mrs. Don Her- rick. Kim Creekpaum of McCleary spent Friday overnight with Shel- ley Brown. Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Howard en- tertained in their home on Sat- urday night witb a pro-Halloween party for the Shelton Valley, Clov- ers 4-H members, About 23 at- tended to enjoy games and re- freshments. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Tibbits mot- ored to Chehalis Saturday morn- ing to visit Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Tibbits. They brought Clint and tester back with them Lo spend the day. PETE Bloomfield and Ed Brown Ieft Wednesday of last week for Cooper Mountain where they hunt- ed. Pete returned On Sunday hav- ing had no luck. Spending the weekend with Mrs. Alma Baker was her brother, Vearl Bennett of Seattle. Keith Tibbits spent Friday and Saturday night in Olympia with the Lee Tibbits. AIrs. Warren Sued of Tacoma was luncheon guest on Friday of PAGE7 Mrs. Doyle Howard. The ladies are old school friends, The Floyd "Watters had as Sun- day dinner guests Mr. and Mrs. Pete Bloomfield. Peggy and Susan. The error of the ages is preach- ing without practice. --Mary Baker Eddy ,, , -. WHEELING! Remember the old electric auto that wea]t out of the pic- ture about fort years ago? Watch out. it's about to make a comeback. All these years, the electric car has been gone, but engineers didn't forget it. You see. an automobile power- ed by electricity has tremend- ous advantages in its favor. It is more efficient in the first place. Converted to gasoline- mileage terms, the electric can operate at a rate equivalent to fifty to eighty miles per gallon. Its simplicity does away With an oil supply, carburetor, radi- ator, ignition system and trans- mission. Its big disadvantage, batteries that need frequent and inconvenient, recharging, has been overcome by research. So, don't be surprised if you see a modern electric on the road and soon! . . , QUALITY SERVICE at a FAIR PRICE . . . For all your TIRE NEEDS . . PASSENGER TRUCK or TRACTOR ,.. NEW or USED tires available at MERV'S TIRECAP . . . 1st & COTA . . . 426-8104. Copr. 1960 Std, Features of Wn. DANCING Lampost Tavern 3 Nights Each Week THURS.- FRi.-SAT. Live Western Music FREE ADMISSION 8ALE! TODAY .... }0 END DRY SKIN WITH ,ltELENA RUBINSTEIN'S ......... Q @ DEW SET E HERBESSENCE :.: .:.,.:,: SKIN DEW CONTINUOUS VALUE 0W 5.00 the exclusive beauty of continuous moisturizing with [)ew, the unique invisible beauty Use it Under make-up to moisturize deep, deep. With your purchase of Jew get free luxurious Herbessence moisturizes, clarifies as it .leaves,skin pure as snow... absorb Skin Dew! UCTORY SET VALUE 3.00 ::,,- Neii's Pharmacy 4th & Railroad Schoolhouse! Remember. everyone ---young and old--is invited to join the fun! The costumes will SaC judged by a local "radio and stage personality", the children will pre- sent a play and the Grapeview 1gathers' Club will provide games and refreshments. See you there ? 7:30 p.m. Scienlisl Texl Is From Isaiah The Golden Text at the Shelton First .Chirch of Christ, Scientist, next Sin,day will be this verse from Isaiah (45:17): "Israel shall be saved m the Lord with, an ever- lasting salvation: ye shall not be ashamed nor confounded world without end." The Bible Lesson is entitled "Ev- erlasting Punishment." and in- cludes also these lines from the Christian Science textbook: "We acknowledge God's forgiveness of sin in the destruction of sin and the spiritual understanding that casts out evil as unreal" (Science and Health with Key to the Scrip- tures by Mary Baker Eddy, p. 497). Mrs. Walter Baker both of Allyn joined the Beachcombers Garden Club when it met recently at the Clay Jones residence in Victor. Mrs. Harold Anderson gave a very informative talk on the history and many species of our native dog- wood. A lively plant sale earned a tidy amount of the club's treasury. The club has voted a scholarship for North Mason High School. A colmfful and delicious hmcheon was served by the hostess. Mrs. Clay Jones. The November meeting will be at the home of the Carl Iz- etts. Guest flpwer arrangers Mrs. W. Tellman and-Mrs.--Sylvia Han- son, of Bayshore Garden Club will provide the major portion of the program. Mrs. Harmon %ranSlyke has ae- eeptcd the leadership of a Cub Scout troop now being organized at Victor. Any boy eight years of age is eligible. Meetings are held weekly at the Van Slyke home. Jeff Reynolds, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Reynolds of Rocky Bay is a first string football player for St. Martins of Lacey. TO SAFETY POST Robert M. Gilmore, Aberdeen, Rayonier General Safety Supervi- sor, was this week elected Gen- eral Chairman for the Pulp and Paper Section of the National Safety Council now meeting in Chicago. He becomes the irst West Coast man, the first Wash- ington i-esident, to hold the Gen- eral Chairman's post in the 48- year history of the National Safety Council's Pulp and Paper Section. See The 1964 DODGES . . . they're dependable We still have a few left-over '63's. Special deals on these cars. 1963 DART Station Wagon Std. Trans. 1963 880 4 dr. 1963 DART Convertible Used 1961 CItEV. Corvair 4 1959 RAMBLER 6 St=. 1957 PLYMOUTH St=. 8 cyl. std. trans. Gars dr ................. $1345 Wagon ........ $1095 Wagon ............ $695 1953 PONTIAC 4 Door .......................... $245 1953 MERCURY ...................................... $195 1953 PLYMOUTH Stick ............................ $95 1954 MERC Htp. Shar p ........................ $395 Several Older Cars PAULEY MOTORS Front & Railroad 426-8183 SALE NOW IN PROGRESS =tal glass round ped- estal cake plate. 11 in- ches in diameter s 5inches high. FREE WINDSHIELD SCRAP E R Clips to car visor. Just ask for It In our Auto- motive Departmentl   Regularty$4.7 , . =*Jumbo' Universe! 4 r ! V gel!or Adiuseohle LUNCH KIT i Heo, vy gauge gaXven;. " =',L';,7s.'i-='' With 1] pint vacuum zoo penwith rolled . IKUIi. i.DI= ... bottle. Holds % cage an= corrugated /wo Ime r ]urquot=o tope ACllustaatc !ram 23 to more in =turdv metal aottom. 16 Inch dia. 36 Inches. Relied edges for a smooth snag free bax. " I meter,41nches deep. Ironing ToMe. 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