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November 7, 1963 SHELTONMASON COUNTY JOURNAL  Published in "Christmastown, U.8.A.", Shelton, Washington PAGE 3 Grange Gets Two New , Phns Potluck ])inner By Dora Hearing Matlock Grange regular meeting Kriday 19 members out. and for tvo nevv nlenl- and Mrs. Henry Chappell. to have a potluck the next meeting Nov. There will be olection and Mrs. Ralph Killough of Day- ton. MR. ANn MRS. ELVIN Hear- ing were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lud Rossmaier Wednesday evening. The dinner was in honor of Mr. Hearing's and Mrs. Ross- mater's birthdays. Mr. and Mrs. Pat Hogean of Renton and Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Mrs. Leo Bishop and Rowe of Shelton called at the Bennett and son A1- g. E'. Bradberry home Sunday af- of Shelton were Friday ternoon. of Mr. and h{rs. Mrs. Augusta Portman ald Carl Portman enjoyed Sunday dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Loerts- Mrs. \\;Ves Goodburn cher of Cloquallum. Danny and Gary Good- Mr. and Mrs, John MeGarvie Weekend guests at the were Saturday evening dinner home. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Mrs. Edward Valley Helin. evening with the Hi- Don Richert of Hoquiam, and family of Brady. Doug and Jim May of Seattle were Edward Valley at- weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. pinochle party Satur- Kenneth Howard. Mr. and Mrs. at the home of Mr. Harry Rickert of Hoquiam Don Bowen and L. F. Cook of Montes- BLUE 0X ano were Sunday dinner guests at the Kenneth Howard home. MR. AND MRS. JOE Burger of Chula Vista, Calif., Mrs. Elfine Knapp of Condon, Ore., Ted Ferris of Olympia and Fred Ferris of ........ Shelton called on the I. C. Ford tl.. SAT. - ONLY 6:45 - Starts 7 p.m. Pioneer Area in PANAVISIONO and METR(COLOR CO-HIT OF FIRE EVE. NOV. 10 THE CO-HIT ER ROAD RING OF FIRE INESS Glass P4 PAULEY, INC Ph. 426-8231 & Thurs. a.m. to 5:30 p.m, 426-2072 BARBER SHOP Cuts - $1.50 & Set -- $2.00 - $7.50 up )ointments SALON lth downtown 426-8643 Man Recevering From Seizure By Betty Anu Shcro PIONEER John Vander \\;Val is recuperating in the Shelton General Hospital D'mn a slight heart attack suffered last Friday while at work with the Depart- ment of Natural Resources. John is progressing quite well but as yet can not receive any visitors besides the immediate famly. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Rice were in a traffic accident last Satur- dav in downtown Shelton. Mrs. Rice suffered a broken rib and a severe facial bruise. Floyd was not injured. Dropping in Tuesday with a pot- luck lunch to help Andy Van- der Wal celebrate her birthday were Delia Vik. Stcll Bunnell. Dor- is Auseth, Virginia Dickinson, and children. The Agate Grange meets this Friday night beginning at 8:30 for their regular hi-monthly ses- sion. Geraldine Brooks and Betty Ann Shero are on the supper com- mittee for the month of November. ATTENDING the Hardwood Association meeting in Olympia and Herbert Brehmeyer St. homes last last week Wednesday. Mrs. Burger will be remembered here as Ruth Ferris and Elfine Knapp as Elfine Decker, and they hadn't been in Deckerville where they had been raised, for many years. Mr. and Mrs. Kermit Smith and daughter, Mrs. Barbara Donnelly, and daughter of Vancouver Wash. spent a few days at the I. C. Ford home last week. Mr. ad Mrs. Claude Legacey and family called at the Edward Valley home Sunday evening. MRS. JACK COLE and Mrs. Beulah Gowan of Shelton were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ierbert Brehmeyer Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Goodburn and famffy of Shelton spent the week- end at the Lud Rossmaier home. Scotty Mitchell and his father of Tacoma' spent the weekend at the Andrew McGarvie home. Mr. and Mrs. Gone Brown and son spent gaturday in Seattle with their uncle and aunt. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Bridgman and then the Browns spent the weekend with their folks the Gilbert Browns of Auburn Careless disposal of cigarettes and matches causes 25 per cent of all fires. To prevent fires. Junior Fire Marshals suggest, keep plenty of ashtrays handy, never smoke in bed and never toss away a lighted match or cigarette butt. DIRECTORY Heating . Safety check , Clean,..- up , a Minor & major repairs STARKEY'S HEATING Sales & Service 514 Ellinor 426-4673 Insurance i Disability, Hospitalization [ Life Retirement Funds Mutual & United of Omaha Duane Rodgers - 426-6142 Friday were Mr. and Mrs. Jack Shero. Also attending from the ShelLon area was H. O. "Bud" Puhn. Pioneer District School Board #rill have its rgular nronthly meeting Nov. 12. This meeting is open to the public and everyone is urged m attend and find out how your tax money is spent and hot, the school district is operated. Report cards will be issued Tues- day to those Pioneer School stud- ents of the upper grades. The low- er grades /first th,na third p have had parent-teacher conferences the past two weeks, and will not have written reports until mid-term. Well deer hunting season is over but elk hunting will soon begin. Tales of prevmus elk hunts are being retold time and time again. Those hunters not. shooting a deer this season say they were just saving the shells for that big bull elk. We will see. Halloween passed in the Pioneer area with very little vandalism but with a lot of trick or treating and parties for the older youngsters. The youth of this community should be commended for their ex- cellent behavior. Building Making Home Building 719 N. 4th 426-4545 Landscaping , Lawns, rockeries, rces shrubs Top soil, tilling, leveling Free estimates SUNSET LANDSCAPING Herbert Baze 426-4718 estimates guaranteed C, PENNEY CO. Ave Ph. 426-8283 Rubinstein cos- lc cosmetics 'S PHARMACY Ph. 426-3327 Masonry , Brick, Block, Stone . Quality Workmanship . Free Estimates a Contract or Hourly Basis BILL CARLSON Rt. 3, Box 331 426-4480 Sand, Gravel I Top Soil Peat Soil . Custom Tractor Work Johns Creek sand & Gravel 426-3552 Norm Anderson Sewing Machine Sales, Service Rentals New and Used Free Pickup & Delivery Singer Sewing Center 117 5th Ave. East - Olympia Open 'til 9 pm. Fri. Ph. 357-7586 Tire Service ! iring & rewiring . New OK Tires I Heating . Recapping I Shooting Used &  Bonded OK TIRE STORES ON ELEC. Mt, View Ph. 426-4832 2, Box 37, 426-6520 Travel Air - Rail - Steamship Bus - Hotels - Tours .. No Extra Charge For Our Servme Angle Travel Res. Center 401 Railroad Ave. 426-8272 426-4134 q Pumps Heating mghouse Appliancds ELECTRIC CO. Ph. 426-6283 ngs IV Service ! Radio - TV | . Phonographs L CB 2-way radio LEROY'S TV SERVICE Mt. View Ph. 426-3172 HORN MASON SCHOOL NEWS Mexican Teacher To Exchange Program, By Margie Green On Nov. 14, the Mexican ex- change program of North Mason will have been extended. Florcncia Lonreli'. n Mxican teacimr from the same school that Sallie Travis attended this summer, will come lo Belfair as an exchange teacher. She is very grateful for the op- portuuity of coming to North Ma- son and is very interested in learn- ins the Leaching system in our country. The two nlain classes she leaches in Mexico are Chemistry and Physics. She hopes to observe these classes among others at North Mason. Don't forget the A.S.B Student Fund Dinner Nov 9 at the Bel- fair Elementary school. Tickets for the dinner have gone on sale in the home rooms of the High School for' $1.25 for adults. 75 ceflts' for students, and 50 cents for children. An ice cream feed will be rewarded to the room with the biggest sale. $5 to the ticket seller that sells the most. $3 to the seller who comes in second. and $2 to the seller who comes in third. Buy your ticket now for a luscious ham or turkey dinner with all the fixings! The senior high boys met in the gynr last' Wednesday in order to organize Mason's first Boys' Club. The group elected its offi- cers: president, Bill Broughton (senior}: vice pqesident, Barry Betsinger, senior), and secretary- treasurer. Jim Pruitt ,freshman). The advisors are Mr. Gruber and Mr. Magnus. A censtitution was written and submitted to the Stu- dent Council for approval. LIKE:ISE, at the same time, 'the senior iligh girls met in the typing room for the purpose of forming the Girls' Club. The elect- ed officers are president. Margie Green (senior) ; vice president, Elaine Crosswhite (senior), and secretary-treasurer. Debbie Rose (junior/. The girls have also drawn up tlleir constitution and are awaiting the Council's deci- sion. The advisors are Mrs. merrell and Mrs. Allen. The individual classes of the Senior High are planning elections for representatives to the Girls' and Boys' CluL' executive coun- cils. The high game of the G,A.A. Oct. 30 bowling evening was made by Katy Blair with 157. Arlene Kent Family Returns Home After Visiting Relatives At Da?ton MR. AND MILS. DOYLE How- ard and boys motored to Issaquah on Saturday to the home of Mrs. Thelma Howard where they visited with his sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. Vic Rice from Ketchikan, Saturday Kternoon callers in i:he home of Mr. and Mr,sl Merlin Rie-- kards were Mr. and Mr.--.. Russell Edwards and children of Chehalis. Mrs. Ahna Goldy .of Hoquiatn called on the Darl Grf, tys Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Pete Bloomfield and children called on Mrs. Les Bishop, Kamilehe on Saturday eve- ning. Sunday callers in the L. B. Phar- ris home were Mr. and Mrs. Mike Johnson ahd children of Island Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Teitzel of Tacoma visKed Sunday in the home of his sister, :Mrs. A. O. Schuffenhauer. Mrs. Alma Baker attended the Mr. View PTA Carnival Saturda ii kOOR COVERING Ph. 426-2292 By Mabel Kidd DAYTON -- The C. N. Allen family returned to Kent Monday after several weeks visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Needham. They had spent the past two weeks in Olympia with his mother, Mrs. Edna Allen. Larry Raze and cousin Jimmy Shaw shared honors Oct. 27 when Larry celebrated his sixth birth- day and Jimmy nis second. The party was held in the Quilcene home of Mr. and M.rs. James Shaw. The Tom Baze family were guests with Mrs. Baze supplying a lovely pumpkin shaped cake for the occa- sion. David and Sheri Pearson enter- rained their schoolmates Saturday evening at ,a Halloween party. About 20 children and parents at- tended to enjoy games and re- freshments. A prize for best cos- tume was awarded Autumn Byrd of Arcadia. who came dressed as a logger. The Traveling Pinochle. Club met in the Ralph Killough home Satur- day evening, ttigh prizes went to Bess Bennett and Archie Lemke, low to Marguerite Lemke and Ralph Killough traveling pinochle to Bess Bennett and Ralph Kil- lough. Nov. 16 is the date for the next meeting and. will be in the Lilliwaup ,home of Mr, and Mrs. George Chapin. Saturday visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Anderson were his sister and family Ir. and lIrs. Dick Nelson and children of Everett. Satui'day dinner guests of Mrs. Gertrude Scott were Mr. and Mrs. Bill Homan, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Calkins, Shelton and iV[rs. Clifford Ford. Lake Nahwatzel. Mrs. William iVf. Brovn Mark and Greg of Shelton were Sunday afternoon callers in the Walter Chappell home. On Thursday evening, Mr. and l{rs. Alvia Chapman had as din- ner guests Mr. and Mrs. Chester Clapman and children of Agate. ]|R. AND MRS. Kenneth ,Vol- den and ohildren. Shelton. and the Robert Lemke family of Seattle were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Lemke. Mrs. Walter Chappell attended a stork shower Friday evening in the home of Mrs. Otis Smith in honor of Mrs. Bill Challender. Mr. and Mrs. A1 Chappell and children had Friday" dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Chapman: Mrs. ,Gerald Necdham was guest at a bridal stmwer for her niece, Linda Clelland, held Saturday af- ternoon m the Shelton home of Mr. and Mrs. E!zy Clelland. Mrs. W'alter Chappell and chil- dren attended the Mountain View PTA Carnival Saturday. Jesse Aldrich celebrated his 63rd birthday Sunday and had as din- ner guests Mr. and Mrs. Ivor Bransford of Sheiton. Daniel Boom of Federal Way, Andy Seaff, Er- hie "Wagner and son and Larry Vell. Mr. and Mrs. A1 Price drop- ped in with a lovely birthday cake. Saturday drop-in caller was Bryce Camell of Tenino whom Mr. Aldricb hadn't seen for 15 years. Saturday evening, Aldrich received a long-distance call from his daughter and son-in-law Mr,. and Mrs. Leonard Dassing of Oakland. Calif. Joe Brown Jr., was well pleased when he got a nice three point while hunting in the Matlock area last week. Come To School In Will Observe Classes Dahl scored the highest overall I average of 152. The NOMAHI NEWS staff has begun an annual event t'hich will pertain to their Italloween edition of the paer. They have selected a senior loy and girl. wilo will be given the "honorary" title of the "Ghoul and Ghoil of the Day." ']'he lucky students for '63 were Ghoul-Daie Boquist and Ghoil- Elaine Crosswhite. They displayed their titles with large signs in the form of picketers Halloween Day. When Dean came Thursday one third of the senior picture prme was paid. Tim proofs have been sent with their orders, but the students failing to do this will now have to travel to the studio in Shelton on their own time: The final pictures are expected in ap- proximately three weeks, at which time the balance is due. The deadline for all clubs wish- ing to be chartered was set for November 1; a constitution was required by each such organiza- tion. THERE IS A SIGN-UP list in the office for girls interested in the Gray Lady course that is be- ing sponsored by the Red Cross. All seniors took the Air Force Aptitude Test in the Library last Tuesday. "North Mason Reports" appear- ed in its second edition of the year November 1. Mr. Merrill's Sociology Class plans to travel to Steilacoom on Thursday for a field trip. The High School quarterly tests are scheduled for Nov. 5-6. Eye tests will also be given Nov. 5 to all students in grades 8-12. Nov. 7 will find the Elementary PTA at the Belfair school at 8 p.m. The next school board meeting trill be Nov, 13 instead of the us- uaI second Monday of this month. This meeting, held in the Belfair School Library at 8 p.m., is open to the public. Next year's school calendar may have two extra holidays. Mr. John- sen reports that the State School ] Superintendent's conference voted to reeornmend the third Fridays in October and March be kept open for special state teachers' confer- ences. The high school home-re. De- partment is purchasing new G.E. stoves. The old stoves will be on sale at Belfair Sport and Appli- ance. Remember, there will be two showings oi the senior play Nov. 22 and 23. Tickets for the two- act comedy entitled "'The Mouse That Roared", are: adult $1.00, high school students 50 cents, chin dren 25 cents. A democracy can only be strong if all the citizens are properly educated and careers are freely open to all the talented. ---Janlas B. Conant Ph. 426-8139 spent the weekend at 'The Firs' in Bellingham. Mrs. Arvid Johnson accompanied Mrs. Ted Richert to Seattle last week where Mrs. Johnson visited her daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Don Miller. Mrs. Richert vis- ited her son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Richert. Sunday dinner guests of ]Vii'. and Mrs. Jim Hunter were Mrs. ttunt- er's parents, Mr. and Mrs. How- ard Fuller of Kamilche. Mr. and Mrs. Georg e Barkley and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hunter and family spent the weekend in Seat- tle at the home of Mr. and Mrs, Don Paterson. The Patersons en- tertained with a birthday dinner in honor of Mr. Barkley. Mr. and Mrs. Humphrey Nelson have returned home from a trip to Yakima where they visited their niece and family, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Shea. Mrs. Harold Hunter spent last week in Seattle visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Hunter. On her return Mrs. Hunter and her husband stopped for dinner and an evening of visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Justin Taylor and family at Oyster Bay. Your correspondent and husband returned last Wednesday from a 10-day vacation in Hawaii. We en- joyed the warm weather, fresh fruit, and the bathing beaches, which was quite a contrast to our weather here. MR. AND MRS. ALBERT Bear- den were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Tanner. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Nelson of Skagway, Alaska. visited his par- ents, lr. and Mrs. Humphrey Nel- son recently. Ronald Haigh and a friend from Astoria. Ore. were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Stan Lyman. Skokomish Homes Abound With Visiting Deer Hunters By Mary Valley The 'Builders' Get Acquainted Mrs. Crossan is recuperating from SKOKOMISH .... Almost every Party' was held at Holiday Beach!injuries received in an automobile bome in the valley had weekend last Saturday evening. Among I accident several weeks ago. visitors," "deer hunters". The Stan those attending were Mrs. Bob 1 Rex,. and Mrs. John Hadley had Lyman home was a good rcpres- Whitmarsh and laughter, Mrs. weekend guests from Bremerton. entation with 10 deer displayed on Brian Schoening of Kent. Mrs. Saturday the men had the pleas- their front porch. Bey Lyman, Mrs. Stella Cleveland, ure of bagging a deer. Earl Johnston and a friend and Mrs. Blake of Union. -- ........................... from \\;estport were overnight Mr. and Mrs. George Valley of guestsat the Chester Valley home Island Lake entertained v'ith a I,t}i ,, t .   OL],T, and went home with a deer. Mr. birthday dinner Sunday in honor Johnston is a teacher at the Oeos- of Mrs. Chester Valley Sr. Those a:GREEN law of the Valleys. Valley and daughter Linda of Se- lVIr. and Mrs. Arthur Joimson attic, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Valley entertained the "Kings Kuples" of and daughters icki and Jamie the Shelton Baptist etmrch last of Bremerton. and Sue and Jan Friday evening. Rev. John Hadley Valley. Symptoms of Distress Arising from of the Skokonrish Community Mr. and M:rs. Stan Lyman chap- ST0tACH ULCERS church was the guest speaker. Af- eroned the Junior High Halloween ter the regular order of business pLrly last Thursday evening held DU'TO IXCESS AC|D refreshments were served by Mr. in the Hoodsport gym. QUICK RELIEF OR NO COST and Mrs. Charles Wilkinson. Mr. MR. AND MRS. ARTHUR John- and Mrs. Vern Miller, and Mrs. Es- son were Sunday dinher guests tle Newman. The evemng was of Mr. and Mrs. Gliff Gendereau concluded with the group singing at Island Lake.  Over five million packages of the of favorite hymns. Mrs. Glen Gee spent last week WILLARDTRATMENThavcbeensold for relief of symptoms o[ distress arising from Friday evening at 8 p.m. is the with her daughter and family, Mr. StomachandDuodenalUicersduetoEx- regular meeting of Skokomish and Mrs. Frank Nelson and son e.Aid--PoorDigestion, SourorUpset Grange so let's not forget. Terry at Mt Vernon. Mrs. Gee also Stomach, Gassiness. Heartburn.Sleep- lessness, etc., due to Excess Acid Ask tot Visitors at the Roy Coble home spent a few days with her mother, "Willard's Message" which fully explain= over the weekend were Mr and Mrs. R. H. Pulver at Burlington. this home treatment--free--at Mrs. Rudy Koch of Seattle. Mr. Mrs. Dale Neff of Juneau. Alas- and Mrs. John Brady of Port An- ka is spending a week with her Nell's, McConkey's, Prepp's geles and Jack Coble of Retzil, parents. Mr. and Mrs. Les Crossan. MR. AND MRS. STAN Johnson HI VALUE ' You Should Know... GLINT WILLOUR Unfortunately for many families, the true value of Life Insurance ,is too often not appreciated until it is too late to do anything about it. NATI 0 NAt ,' USED TRUCKS 4 WHEEL DRIVE 1961 INTERNATIONAL SCOUT 80 Long Top - Hubs - Heater - H. D. Rear Bumper - Big Mirrors - Lots of Extras - Real Clean 1957 INTERNATIONAL 5-160 Cab & Chassis - New Engine & Transmission 5 speed - 2 speed. 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