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SHELTON--MASON COUNTY JOURNAL- Published in "Christmastown, U.S.A.", Shelton, Washington Thursday, PAGE 10 ] , , , , Allyn Girl Is Homeconfing Queen At North Mason High School By Judy Yon Osten I Mr. and Mrs. Sam Clements of ALLYN -- Miss Vicki Lynn Am- Allyn returned home this week af- acher, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. ter several weeks stay in Victoria. Chuck Amacher of Allyn, attired in a lovely emerald green formal was crowned the Homecoming queen for North Mason. Tom Me- Kay of Belfair was the king. We are all very proud of Vicki and offer our lleartiest congratulations. Terry MeKeen. son of r. and Mrs. Clem Sargent of Allyn left Tuesday for Fort Ord, Calif.. for his basic training. There was a big family dinner at his parents' home before Terry left. Mrs. Grace Emory of Seattle was a weekend guest of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Izett. Mrs. Emory and Mr, Izett are distant cousins. This was Mrs. Emory's first trip out here and she was enthralled with the beauty. The most enjoyable visit and hashing over old mem- ories, made up a very happy week- end. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Leimback and children of Shelton spent a most pleasant Saturday with A1- lyn friends, Mr. and Mrs. Don Bee- SOn, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Rotheline spent this past week hunting birds east of the mountains. MR. AND MRS. CARL Izett spent last week visiting Vera's brother Boyd Stevens of Walls Walls. Boyd is recovering after a long seige in the hospital. Vera reported he is doing much better nOW. Darrell Cleveland spent the weekend at his folks' place, check- ing it over and being 'sure things were in order. Ronnie Sharer will be return- ing to the hospital for ,minor sur- gery Oct. 31. ,1|1 i The American Legion Dept. of Wash. k FRED B. WIVELL POST 31 Delbert Weston, Commander J. Mel Dobson, Adjutant First & Third Tuesday Next Meeting Tuesday, Oct. 15 -- At The Memorial Hall8 p.m. and Port Albine in British Colum- bia. and in Port Angeles. Sam caught a six pound and a 35 pound salmon. The Clements spent this past weekend visiting their daugh- ters and families in Puyallup. MR. AND MRS. EARL Terrell of Allyn returned Tuesday after a two week stay with daughter and family of Billings, Mont.. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Stockland and Randy. The Terrells went for the hunting season where Earl was successful. While there they also took in some fishing which was highly successful. Lois reported all was well with farvJly and she had time to talk to Dorothy Gor- nick, who is feeling nmch better. The Belfair VFW held its annual Halloween Carnival at the Belfair grade school. Different organiz a- lions had decorated booths at which different articles were sold. The Beachcombers Garden Club had a baked goods, sale at which they cleared $30 for the scholar'- ship fund they are sponsoring for North lVFason. A BUTTERFLY dinner will be held in the near future at the Belfair Baptist ommunity Church to further swell the scholarship fund. A most enjoyable evening was spent Saturday by friends at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Melville Hemphill in Bremerton. Those en- joying the potluck dinner were Mr. and Mrs. Jewel Von Osten oF A1- lyn, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Terrell of Allyn, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Yon Os- ten and daughters of Allyn and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hirsch of the North Shore. The Allyn Mission Church now has Sunday school at 9:45 a,m.. Church at 11 a.m., and evening ser- vices at 6:30 p.m. key: Tom Fred- rick is giving the services. We hope you will turn out and sup- port our community Church. Starting pext week Mrs. Jackie Engman will be your new corres- pondent for the Allyn area. If you have news call her or drop her a note by mail. Keep your ironing chore from becoming a hazard. Junior Fire Marshals say, make jt a habit to disconnect your electric iron when interrupted by a phone call or the door bell. WELL DRILLIHG water guaranteed MYERS PUMPS Sales and 24 hour service Russell Drilling o. Bill Russell Phone 426-4245 t4 Application Must Be iWade For Social Security Benefits "After more [iait 4 quarter cen- tury of social security, many peo- ple still think of it as being strict- ly for the older person. We try to dispel this incorrect picture of social security through every means that we can.' Cortland A. Skinner. social security district manager, said today. Skinner brought out that the social security program protects persons of all ages--not only the 62 or 65 year old. Apart from the regular retirement benefits, disa- bility payments may be made to a totally and permanently disabled worker who is under 65, and to his family. Benefits to widows, surviving children under 18 years of age, and disabled children past 18 years of age are also an important part of "social security." Other people who can get benefits if they were dependent on a deceased worker are dependent husbands, and in certain situations, divorced wives. "Social security is no longer protection for the older person alone," Skinner said. ",It is life- time protection for nine out of 10 working Americans." But benefits cannot be paid un- less an application is made; a per- son who is nearing retirement should inquire at the social secur- ity office about benefits, as should survivors of a deceased worker, or a worker who has become dis- abled, "These three times for action," Skinner said, "are a must if a per- , son is to be fully informed on his 'social security rights and obliga- tions. It costs nothing to ask, but it may cost a good deal--in loss of benefits--if you stay in the dark about social security." Film Showing Set At- MS. Olive 'Ghurch Scheduled for showing Sunday at 7:30 p.m., at Mt. Olive Lutheran Church, Hillereit, is the new fea- ture-length color movie, "A Letter To Nancy", This is the first feature-length film to be produced in full color by The Lutheran Church, Missouri Synod. Professionally produced in Hol- lywood on the stages of Para- mount Studios and Family Films in full color, the new 80-minute fihn portrays the dramatic con- flict in the heart and soul of a self-assured church member who was able to convince a jury at a trial for his defendant, but found it almost impossible to share his Christian conviction with a nine- year-old girl. EARLY SETTLER DIES A daugilter of the first Shelton dentist, the former Theresa Hun- ter. passed away Labor Day in Stockton, Calif. She was born and raised here. Two sisters survive, ?,rs. Clara Storts, Portland. and Mrs. Lillian Booze, Tacoma. Kamilche People Return From Trip To California To Attend Funeral By Frances Simmons KAMILCHE -- Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Barnes and Mrs. Ludell Dennis returned Sunday afternoon from San Diego, Calif. after at- tending the funeral service of Mr. Barnes' and Mrs. Dennis' mother in that city. Mr. and Mrs. Or- ville Barnes of Yakima accom- panied them on the trip. Sympa- thy is extended to the families. Mr. and Mrs. Hoy Washburn and Mrs. Esther Reinsdorff of Seattle visited last weekend at the Orville Taylor home. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Hulsey and family of Seattle spent the weekend at their summer cabin at Kamilche point. Mr. and Mrs. John Arnold, Ed- win Taylor and Mrs. Norma Wiles and son Pete were dinner guests at the Eugene Taylor home, last Sunday. Mrs. Carrie Durand of SheIton, Mrs. May Roberts of Sumner and Mrs. Emma McDonald were guest at the Eugene Taylor home for dinner Monday evening. Mrs. Sadie Griggs is visiting at tim Martin Otto home for a few days. Weekep_d guests at the Robert Whitener home last weekend were Mr. and Mrs. Dean Moore and two boys of E1 Cajon, Calif. Mr. and Mrs. Ron Whitener and daughter of Silverdale and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Whitener of BeN lingham spent the weekend at the Wesley Whitener home. About 100 persons attended the Gavel meeting last Friday eve- ning at Progress Grange. Mr. and Mrs. Herb Nelson made a business trip to Portland last Wednesday. MR., AND MRS. JOHN Blake of Oakland, Calif., visited Iast week at the Harry Simmons home. The Harry Simmons' spent Tues- day at Pacific Beach and viewed first-hand an ocean storm. The Kamilche church young people had a Halloween party "at the Fred Pacts home in Lacey Wednesday evening of this week. Sunday dinner guests at the Frances Simmons home were Mrs. Jess CornetS, Mr. and Mrs. Rob- ert Cornett and Miss Ida Green of Tacoma and Phil and Dorothy Simmons and four children. TUESDAY evening of this week the Harry Simmons' were dinner guests at the Warren Simmons home in Olympia. Mr. and Mrs. John Blake of Oakland, Calif., were also in attendance. There will be a dance at the Kamilche grange hall Saturday, Nov. 2. Kamilche school will play South- side school at Kamilche this week in a game of football. Rev. and Mrs. Earl Bradley at- tended the district fellowship meeting last Friday evening at Neah Bay. Two Hunters From Hath& Area Get Four-Point Bucks Last Week By Dora Hearing MATTOCK -- Lucky hunters last week were R. E. Bradberry who got a four point, and Ken- neth Howard also got a four point. The l(atlock Ladies Club held its regular lmeeting last week Wednesday with Mrs. Edward Val- ley as ?iostess; Mrs. L. D. Port- man, Mrs. Rossmaier and Mrs. Robert Trenckmann's birthdays were celebrated. There was one visitor, Mrs. Thelma Loertscher of Cloquallum. Mr. and Mrs. Lud Rossmaier. r. and Mrs. I. C. Ford. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Adams, Mrs. Augusta Portman, Carl Portman. Mrs. L. D. Portman and Mr. and Mrs. Elvin Hearing of Matlock Grange attend- ed the Gavel meeting at Progress Grange Friday evening. MRS. AUGUSTA Portman and Carl Portman were supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Portman Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Wes Goodburn and son Danny were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Bradberry. Sunday callers at the Bradberry home were Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Rowe. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Turner and Bobby and Janie. and Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Densley and children Milton. Jim and Edith, all of Shelton. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Valley and son LeRoy spent Friday eve- ning with Mr. and Mrs. Rodger Spalding. LeRoy Valley had the misfortune of getting his ankle broken at school last week Wednesday while playing ball. MR. AND MRS. EDWARD Val- ley and sons David and LeRoy spent Saturday evening with the Clarence Creamer family. Monday Mr. and Mrs. Elvin Hearing were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Bradberry. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Loman of Bothel were Wednesday dinner guests of .Mr. and Mrs. Max Cash. Weekend guests of the Kenneth Howard family were Chuck Elliott of Hoquiam and Douglas May and children Doug Jr., Ronnie and Jim of Seattle. Tuesday evening Mr. and Mrs. James Rossmaier and family of Cole Road spent the evening with their folks, the Lud Rossmaiers. Mr. and Mrs Carl Goodburn and family and Mr. and Mrs. Larry Chamberlin and family, all of Shel- ton were Sunday guests at the Lud Rossmaier home. Mr. and Mrs. Duane Lovette and son Mike spent the weekend at Vancouver with the former's folks. Tacoma Family Visits Friends At Hoodsport By Joycc Scott HOODSPORT Community concert membership have been mailed for the new season. Mrs. Rudy Schwab requests that you call her if you' have not received yours at this writing. Mrs. Steph- en Hale is now a member of the board and Betty wishes to thank all those who were so cooperative during her three year term. Members of the Tiny Tim Orth- opedic Guild are reminded to save parafin, orange and grapefruit ends in preparation for their next work night. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Peterson and their children came out from Ta- coma on Saturday to visit the Bob Smiths. Maxine finds the life of a college student and being the mo- ther of three active youngsters a full-time job. She and Ray re- turned to Tacoma that night. Dar- lene Gray enjoyed having Jennie as an overnight guest while Rick spent the night with his friend, Larry Spaulding. Darryl was an overnighter at the Smiths. Pre-school mothers met at the home of Mrs. John Laramie on Wednesday night of last week. Plans were made for the Hallow- een party which will be held Thursday (today) in the school room. Mothers and younger broth- ers and sisters will be guests. Ed- ward Dyment, grandson of the Brydons, is the newest member of the pre-school group. Hood Canal Community church is having a potluck supper on Friday night at 6:30 p.m. Mrs. Rule Dickinson will be showing slides of her trip to Australia. A film will be shown Friday night at the Hoodsport school as a fund raising project for the PTA. Mrs. Bob Smith will be writing the news beginning the first week of November and she will greatly appreciate you calling 5445 with news of your activities. UNICEF Penny Drive Is Planned Halloween Some of the witches, ghosts, goblins and other assorted evil spirits who will be knocking at doors tonight vith their "trick or treat" request will not be asking for treats for themselves, but. will be seeking pennies for the United Nations International Children's Emergency Fun'& Youth groups from the Metho- dist Church will be conducting the UNICEF drive, key. Horace H. Mounts. pastor of the Methodist Church said. The "Pennies for UNICEF" [drive is conducted on Halloween each year as a fund raising activi- ty for the organization Charity is a virtue of the heart, and not of the hands. I " --Joseph Addison OST, Sl STORM WIHDOWS, PORCH EH! WITH ONE- OF FLEXIBLE, $HATTERPRQOF, MADE BETTER, Cut n ck( ! 36" wide LawSon Lumber Co. Storm Doors and Born, Poultry Windows. Porch and Hog House Enclosures. Windows. Also in Protects woll$ behind stoves, sinks, tables. MORGAN-EAGRETT LUMBER ., TIM Wi TIME on Your Fuel .... " LEX-O-GLASS is the only I[ 1| window material that carries a' -lJ/ " A GUArANTEe. Look o tho 7$  name FLEX-O-GLASS on the edge. Gat Genuine FLEX-O-GLASS At Your Local Hdwr. to keep your home comfortably warm These heat exchangers, at left, cool natural gas after it has been compressed, as it is being sent from the fields to the local gas company that serves your home. This is part of the complex process by which natu- ral gas is transmitted long distances to hea your home, cook your meals, supply you with hot water and furnish many services to business and industry. Employees and equipment of El Paso Natural Gas Com- pany serve the 11 Western states, deliver. ing 10 times the energy supplied by all federally financed electric power genera- tor in the same area. The cooling process iS one of many interesting steps along the way-from discovery of gas, through well developmen, processing, compressing, ransmissior and final delivery to your own neighborhood.* It all adds up to a major industry, opewating for the present and fu- ture benefits of the people it serves. EL pASO NATURAL 6A00.: COMPANY I Through its plpfIines, El Paso Natural supplies wholesate gs servioe to retail natural gas eistributors in WASHINGTON - 'OREGON o IDAHO ARIZONA CALIFONIA COLORADO EV;fDA NEW MEXICO TEXAS UTAH WYOM,NG *in Washiltgtoa retail gas distribution companies are: CASCADE NATUR',L GAS CORPORATION " NORfHWEST NATUR'ttL GAS COMPANY THE WASHINGTON WATER POWER COMPAhY ',IASHINGTON NATURAL GAS COMPANY / \\; I r