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PAGE 10 IIELTON--MAg0N COUNTY JOURNAL-- Published in CChrstn?,astown, U.g.A.", Shelton,+Washington Thursday, i i i i |111 Grapeview Grade School Halloween Party Last Week Very Suicessful Harstine island Grange Has GRAPEVIEW .... Our grade I school's Halloween program and I costume Fatty held here last Thursday evening will, undoubted- lY, be remembered by the near- record crowd of amused gmsts, 'SNOW USE Putting Off Winter PROTECTION Don't wait until the little wom- an gets you UP at midnight to close out those cold Widter drafts. Fix yourself some tow- cost storm windows out of Warp's FiEX:O-GLASS, It's easy! Just cu with sears. tack over  screena 0 [es. You'll be siug and wa all winter 19g and save up to 40% on ftel costs. War+.$ genum , crystal-clear FLEX-OGLASS lasts for y6ara ,t a fmctiQn :the cost of glass. Oiy t" 'uae yard at your local hardw/ve, or lumber dealer. as well as the happy children par- Licipating, as one of the most suc- cessful in many years. The class- rooms were decorated with the traditional golden pumpkins, scary masks and Colorful autumn leaves, which offered the perfect back- grmmd for the bright array of zany costumed characters who competed for prizes. Mystery "celebrity" judging the outfits turned out to be talented Shelton High senior drama stu- dent Jim Doerty whose claim to radio t'fame" stems from his job as news commentator and an- nouncer for station ,KMAS in Shelton. Jim was assisted in the difficult decision of awarding pri- zes by Mrs. Ruth Wells and re- sults were as follows: Bucky Query as a golden-tressed "curie" nd Jody Engen, attired as a mys- terious oriental "miss', both from the "upper room".; Calvin Peters, disguised as a cunning roly-poly witch, and Becky Query, a sweet old-fashioned blossom, from Mrs. Olsen's "little room" and, in the pre-school category, Christopher Nicklaus, strutting his shifT as scarlet "cock o' the walk" and Kristl Somers who came as a lit- tle old lady of the 19th Century. Each room presented an enter- taining playlet plus several musi- cal renditibns, most  notable of which was "My]Darling Clemen- Line" with' several Verses clever- ty reasranged to honor the child- 'ren's"favorite 'co0k", Mrs. Hill- inan which was received by this surprised lady with obvious de- light. Donuts, delicious candied ap- ples, ptmch and coffee were served after the pr0grani by the Grape- vw MotheYs' C!ub committee, Mesdames Jubie Hicks Art Nick- laus and Lea Freeman. Very wel done! We all had a wonderful time! DEER [|UNT-ERS ill our area woufld up the 1963 season with many more pounds of venison to q00G00,LOW 0Sl, STORM WINDOWS, FoRCH ENCLOSURES Wtlmow A00T|ItI00I00 SHATTERFRQOF, MADE BETTER, LAST LONGEk 420 S. First Lawton Lumber proof Flexible Long.Lasting Only29Lin.Ft. MORGAN.EADRETT LUMBER add to the winter food larder. Richard Okonek came ou from Tacoma Friday to stay with his family, the Ed Okoneks. while hunting, and managed to bag a spike on Sunday, not too far from home. Jubie Hicks went out on Sunday morning with Virginia and brought dow a two and a half pointer near the Bob Battles' home. What's [ "'2 pointer"? That's a deer with three points on one side and 2 on the other! Art Zehe bagged his spike Sun- day in the Mason Lake area and Clare Peters downed one closer to home ast Thursday morning. Swede Johnson. hunting with John Stevens and Web Etherton. brought home a doe last Saturday. Well, that's all we've heard about for now but it speaks pretty well for the marksmanship of our local woodsmen ! P.S.---We neglected to mention in our column last week that Don Anderson's hunting partner, Ed Lizakowski of Shelton was fortun- ate enough to down a beautiful four-point buck near Allyn on Sat- re'day, th only one reported around here this season. With elk season Just around the cornet. (Saturday) and a spe- cial buck season coming up (Nov. 23, 24 and 25. we'll no doubt have more hunting news soon. 1962 Irene S. Reed graduate Doug Lutz, after a summer spent in humid New Orleans, La., is currently as of last Thursday) employed by the Washington State Conservation Department as one of the two young Washington high school boys cffered the opportun- ity. Doug is working with meteor- ologists ,tudying and measuring rainfall in the North Skagit area, experimenting with cloud-seeding techniques. In other words, they're learning to be "heap-big-rainmak- ers"! He is living in nearby New Haleru. Meanwhile, back at the home- stead, Doug's family, Mr. and Mrs, Fred Lutz with Larry and Laurie. drove to Mossy Rock in southern Washington to spend the weekend with cousins, the Earl Andersons, returning on Sunday. WITH ANOTHER SEASON of grape picking and juice making just about wound up, Mr. and Mrs, Orville Kager drove to Portland, Ore., on Monday. Accompanying them with plans to do a little early holiday shopping was neigh- bor. Mrs. Ed Okonek. The Charles Schwinns were hap- py to play hosts on Sunday to son and family, Fred and Gayleen and six youngsters, including nine- month-old twins. The young Schwinns drove out from Brem- erton, where they have been living since August. Julie and Doris Stock had re- covered sufficiently [after a week- long bout with the flu) on Sunday to drive to Tacoma for a visit with good friend, Mrs. Neff McGirk and son Denny and a reunion with Neff's daughter, Miss Donna Jean Moore, who had recently returned from East Pakistan. An open house was held for close friends of onna s to gtve them an op- portunity to renew acquaintances and to catch up on news. This adventurous miss has spent the past two years on foreign soil with the U.S. Embassy in its Per- sonnel department. After one more week at home, Donna will leave for Peru as head Personnel Di- rector. Sounds like a "dream come true", doesn't it? A pleasanL respite from the tedium of country lfving for the Don Query family of Stretch Is- land came last Sunday with a visit from friends Duane and Jean Smith of Salt Lake City, Utah, The two couples enjoyed visiting and fishing until Thursday when the SmiThs left for home again. "Frustration" ls the word for it. At least, that would be a nat- ural emotion on finding your name in newsprint, involving you in a lawsuit. 'Chat was the unhappy ex- perience of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Johnson of Allyn last week when they read in the Journal of a suit of "Betty Martin against Mr. and Mrs. Richard Johnson for payment due on a real estate contract". The Johnsons have written us the following: "The party being sued is another Mr. nnd Mrs. Richard Johnson not us. %Vould you please have this item printed in your column." The Johnsons are the parents of the former Art John- son well known to many Grape- viewites. We are happy to help clarify this unhappy coincidence. WE HAVE A I{EPORT from our fire conlHlissioiers that a new fire truck has been ordered which should be in our possession next May 25. ready for use during the 1964 fire season. The new fire truck and the equipment that will come with it should enable Fire Protection District No. 3 to meet the requirements for a Class 8 fire district. When the district is rated class 8 the residents with- in two miles of the fire hall will receive a substantial reduction in fire insm'ance rates which, over aperiod )f a few yea], will be enough to pay for the new equip- ment. Good news for us, to be sure! After a lengthy stint of nurs- ing duty at Peninsula General Hospital in Burlingame, Calif., Miss Patsy Pahns returned home last week. spending Tuesday night in Grapeview with her mother, Mrs. Florence Palms. before leav- ing for tacoma and the exciting task of househunting. She and friend, Ruth Wallace were suc- cessful in that endeavor, accord- ing to Florence, who visited them on Sunday. Pat reported for work at Tacoma General Hospital Mon- day as a surgical nurse. Newly arrived in Grapeview and occupying the Mike Zelenak house on Stretch Island are Mr. and Mrs. Henry L. Baxter and their two daughters, Joan, who is a ninth grader at Shelton Junior High and Judy who will join the sixth graders at the Grapeview School. Having formerly lived in Aubm'n. the Baxters are going to Successful Smorgasbord Saturday By Cindy Waite ferred from 29 Palms. Calif. to HARSTINE -- Saturday night the Grange hosted a smorgasbord. Mrs. Mac Tierney won the door prize and Mrs. Ted Ness was awarded the clock. Mrs. Beulah Hitchcock, home economics chair- man of the Grange, on behalf of the officers and members of the Grange wishes to thank all of those who attended the smorgas- bord ad helped to make it a big success. She especially wishes to thank all those who pitched in and helped out in the kitchen. We also wish to thank Bob Barnett lor the music during the dinner. Ladies' Club will meet at the hall on Thursday with Mrs. Betty Sebring and Mrs. Beulah Hitch- cock as co-hostesses. There will be the revelation of Secret Sisters and new ones chosen. The Bookmobile will be at the Harstine school at 1:10 p.m. today. A good turnout will be necessary ff he is to return again, Social Club will meet at the hall. Nov. 8, at 7:30 p.m. The hostesses will be Carmen Yates and Florence Jerrclls. To celebrate their 22nd anniver- sary Mr. and Mrs. McAuliffe and son Dan dined in Shelton on Fri- day night. Congratulations El and Jim. Sunday the Sid Baunsguards were happy to see their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ned Shura. TIlE TED NES ES and friend, Harry Swanson will be spending the week on the island. The Harstine School children celebrated Holloween at school by having a party. Mrs. Green made a cake and Donette Glaser furn P ished some cider for their re- freshments. The weekend guest of Cheryl Meeks was Becky Jackson from Southside. Sgt. Bill Gortz has been trans- Bangor near Bremerton. He is now spending his leave with his parents, Capt. and Mrs. Gortz, Welcome home Bill. Weekend guests of the Gene Se- wards were Helen Lammers of Se- attle and Thora's sister. Mrs. Mc- Quillin of Tacoma. The school board will meet Nov. 11 at 7:30 p.m. at the school. Saturday night guests of Mrs. Dot Smith were the Jim Archers of Shelton. Courage, humanitaranism, and neighbor helping neighbors was displayed here on Harstine Is- land this weekend. George How- ard's truck rolled off the ferry on the 4 p.m. run and was com- pletely submerged in 10 feet of water, The only occupant of the truck was George's dog. Penny Jim McFarlane. a 17-year-old boy from Lakewood dove into the wa- ter and saved Penny by opening the door for her to escape. Ev- eryone breathed a sigh of relief as Penny swam ashore. Phil Chan- man pu!led the trnck out of .the water with his jeep and the Dot- an W'recking Co. pulled the truck "to Vander Wal's in Shelt0n for re- pairs. Yvonne Stanborsky drove George and Penny to their home. THE FRED lomburgs of Se- attle were the guest s of the It- vie Wingerts Monday and Tues- day. Archie Doolittles from Strainer spent the weekend on the island at their summer home. The weekend guests of the Irvie Wingerts *were the George Park- ors of Steilacoom. They came to the island by bout. Mr: and Mrs. Wangelin SV., spent the weekend at their sum- met home at Pc}fit Wilson A total of 17 deer were taken off the island this weekend. Thirty- four have been taken off the islan during the wholo deer season. try their hand at grape farming s a switch from working at Boe- ing, at least until Mr. Baxter for- mtflates his plans for the future. The Sarah Eckert Orthopedic Guild sponsored Rummage Sale and Country Store will be held at 7th and Pacific in Bremerton Tues- day and Wednesday, Nov. 12-13 In preparation for this undertak- ing, members are reminded to de'- liver grab-gifts, rummage and oth- er materials for the Country Store to the George Lewis residence on Saturday, Nov. 9: The regular guild meeting will be held ]Nov. 15 at the home of Mrs. Lloyd Richey at 1:30 p.m. The ladies are reminded to bring no work for this is to be a day T/ OXYDOL, CHEER, OR DASH. Your Choice GIANT BOX Several Lake Nahwatzei Residents IVORY SOAP Get Deer OverT-he Weekend 3 BATH 49 LAKEBYAJHawlTTzIPEILer W,th sVth:d:;lebrated hm birthday last BARS Last Thursday, visiting Mr. and Mrs. Amel Tveit were MILS. Joe last weekend the close of deer season for a few weeks, the hunt- ers and Lake residents were out in droves to try their luck. Ken Branson. Alan Hickson. Sam Dig- gle, Frank Cooper, Amel Tveit, Charles Chappell, and Alan Tup- per bagged their deer over the weekend. Elk Peterson Of Lost Lake, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Collins of Shelton, Mrs. Rachael Valley of Matlock. Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Hewson re- turned last Wednesday after spen- ding a few days in Lewiston. Ida., at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joe 2 PERSONAL SIZE BARS season open Nov. 9 and Hewson and family. They enjoyed of rest! runs thrugh Nvember 17' The seeing their new granddaughter ZESToy ,3 RECENT AND VERY welcome Resort will .continue to keep long Lori Ann Hewson, bdlT September visitors to our community were hours for the convenience of hun- 30. forner residents, Mr. and Mrs. ters. Breakfast will be served ear- KITTy, ELIZ/MET and Hap: BUSS Borgford, who lived for many ly Saturday morning, as the kitch- py Parker0f blpia, had Spent t years in the cottage on Stretch en will be open all night. Ample the weekend with their grandpar- " Islaud, now..occupied by Francie supplies of ammunition and hunt- ents, Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Hewson 1 Okonek. Buss is the brother of ing equipment are available, while their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Phil Parker spent a few days va- J IQU -.Mrs. Harry Hillman. While here, Mrs. James Bleeker accompan- cationing in Portland, Ore. Mr, and 12 OZ. BOTTLE besides enjoying a visit with the led Mrs. Bertha Viser, of Pot- Mrs. Phil Parker joined them last Hillmans a'nci niece Pat Benson and latch to Bremerton last Wednes- her family, the Borgfords were day to shop. Sunday for dinner. Mrs. Richard Tupper returned home last Sunday afternoon from Harrison Hospital. in Bremerton after her operation, and thanks all her friends and neighbors for the gifts and cards. Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Archie Kelley over the weekend was Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Stone and family of Seattle. Last Saturday afternoon the Kellys were visited by .Mrs; Then ma McNarry, Mrs. Hattie Bell. Mrs, Ernie Bell, Mrs. Clyde Pur- cell and daughter, Elma, all of Seattle. Mrs. Kelley visited last Monday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Char- ley LeBrdc of Elma. Use Journal Want Adz entertained at a dinner party hos- ted by long-time friend, Mrs. Ann West-berg and attended by several of their former neighbors here; Mr. and Mrs. Somers, Mr. and Mrs. Web Etherton, Mr. and Mrs. Orin Buckingham aad Mr. and Mrs. Ted Rauschert. The A1 Okoneks and the Joe Tschidas were also pleased to have a chance to see tuss and Marge during their brief stay in Grapeview. Fair Harbor Grange will meet tonight at the school. Among their activities scheduled will be the nomination of officers for 1964. The Grapeview Mothers' Club extends thanks to our generous community for its contribution to the "Trick or Treat" Box at the store. The money donated will help a great deal to defray ex- penses of last weeks party. Spending the weekend in Astor- ia, Ore.. at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ted Heilala were Mr. and Mrs, Clifford Reeve, and children Randy, Rodney and Paula. MRS. LEE DAWSON visited her husband for a few days last week at Twin-Harbor State Park at Westport, where he is State Park Ranger. Last Tuesday morning Mr. and Mrs. Dick Tupper dropped in on 1Vh'. and Mrs. Bob Crapo of Mat- leek. Visiting Mrs. Frank Cooper last Tuesday was Mrs. Shirley Miller of Matlock. Last Thursday Mrs. Frank Coo- per motored to Tacoma to shop. Weekend guest at the Cooper home was Frank Cooper, Jr., sta- tioned at Payne Field, Everett. OUR DODGE BOYS COME IN MANY EXCITING MODELS AND STYLES! FAMILY SIZE GOOD SPORT BIG CAR MODEL COMPACT BATH BARS UQUrD . GIANT BOTTLE SPI+00N_SPAN ............................ BO 2" CASCADE .................................... ,o, MR.CLEAN rlOTTL .................................... 00MET 2 '+ ........................................ GA N HEFT " DUZ SALVO YOUR CHOICE GIANT BOX PRICES GOOD NOV, 7.8.9 It takes all kinds to make our Dodge Boys. But no matter who they are, their sales were up over 70% in '63, and they're out to make '64 sales even better! Why not stop by your Dodge showroom soon? You'll see all types of Dodge Boys... and a great line Of Dodges, too: Like this striking Polara 500 2-door Hardtop with beautiful new console. You might even want to .2!: one home. A car, that-is. DODGE POLARA 500 2-DOOR HARDTOP + ,, i r i i PAULEY MOTORS, Front and Railroad Ave. ii - /t  iii ii i