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November 14, 1963 SHELTON--MASON COUNTY JOURNAL-- Published in Christmasfown, U.S.A.", Shelton, Washington PAGE 7 CULVER C3300 Series Quality 23"* TV Dverall diag.; 282 sq. in. view. area) lowboy console 000-volt precision .d chassis plus "Super turret tuner insure ex- area reception opt., extra). Alnico speaker. 30" h., w., 15" d. C3301 C3302Mahogany. finishes on Hardboard. with Admiral Full Sonar Wireless Re- Control--CS3300 Series. On Completely Off Channels Volume Levels JOHNNY'S MUSIC BOX 'Hoodsport Men Out Looking For Elk, But, Ho Success Re,erted = By Merle Smith with folks at Cushman. Donna I)o- HOODSPORT Well, here it is. elk season, and wives and mo- thers hardly had time to catch their breath after being submitted to the tall tales of the deer hunt- ors. One family taking advantage of the season are Mr. and Mrs. Nell Simmons. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Marsh of Puyallup and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Johnson of Seattle are visiting on the Canal and while the men tramp the woods the three sisters are having a marvelous time just visiting. Needless to say, they are all enjoying the Simmon's new home on the Canal. Dick Scott came over from Olympia for the weekend to hunt with his Dad, Andy Scott. Mr. and Mrs, Bob Nesbitt and Jack Grubb spent the weekend at Quinault arching for the elk. Maul'ice Kaare, and son Jerry were joined by George Kaare and Louis Schauffler on their hunting trip. Maybe I just didn't get news from the right spots, but as yet no known success story. And all the men were so sure they knew just where the elk were. SEVERAL of the young college students arrived home in time for the Homecoming Game and Dance for the Shelton High School. Jane Shumate was home from Ellens- burg. Judy Shumate from St. Jos- eph's School of Nursing in Ta- coma. Judy Nicholson spent the 205 Cote St. weekend in Hoodsport, coming Men. & Fri. Evenings from Washington State. Coming from Bellingham were Jeanne Coles and Dennis Sandvig to visit Low c,0s, CONSTRUCTION -- REMODELING PURCHASE On Reducing Balances -- No Commission Charges Gounly Savings & Loan Assodalion TITLE INSURANCE BUILDING SH ELTON novan was home from Seattle to visit her parents at Cushman. Joe Hanson drove home from Centralia Jr. College to spend the long weekead. Mrs. Anna Sandvig of Belling- ham accompanied her grandson on his visit to Cushman and enjoyed visiting the family. Julie Sandvig joined a group of students from Olympic Junior College and High School on a trek to Mt. Elinor and reported four feet of snow al- ready. Students of Richard Bates' fifth grade class greeted last Tuesday morning in a state of unbelief as they left for their trip in sunshine. The group toured Fort Nisqually in Pt. Defiance Park and after lunch visited the Washington State Historical Museum in Tacoma. A marvelous time was reported by this reporter's son. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Casper were Saturday evening guests in the Bob Bearden home. Eugene Avey has returned home after spending the summer'months in Alaska where he fishes and crabs. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Blackstead entertained his parents from Win- don, Minn., during their week- long visit here. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Rodman and children visited with her folks, the Andy Scotts Monday. Miss Jean Goree of Contrails is visiting with her cousin and fam- ily, the Bill Bryants. Mrs. Jack Franklin spent a busy weekend entertaining and being entertained. Family members join- ing in a birthday celebration were Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Kare and Karen, Mr. J. D. Tiptop and Mrs. Hoaglund of Seattle, PFC. and Mrs. Ed Griswold of Tacoma and of course Jim, Mike and Monica and 3ack Franklin. They enjoyed a ride up in the hills just look- ing around at the lovely scenery. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Shumatc, Jane and Judy, Jim Smith and Doug Bishop traveled to Vancouver Sat- urday to attend the wedding of Charlene Stacel. She is the daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Stacel of Potlatch. Jackie Stace] was maid of honor. Judy Shumate and Jim Smith visited with Mr. and Mrs. Bill Smith and boys of Castle Rock on Sunday. The Tiny Tint Orthopedic Guild NNEY'S /VAys FIRST QUALITY USE YOUR PENNEY CHARGE-CARD fabric i00.onan THURSDAY 1800 YARDS.a. GOING M SPECIAL SAVINGS! Wool'N Striped 'N Rayon Felt Solid Denim 88 44' a yard a yard Planning holiday lec- Sportswear, dresses 'n oration? Penney'slow decorating very fash- prices felt in red, ionably, done! Ma- white or green! chine washable! Flmmel Pinwale Prints Corduroy 25' 68' a yard a yard Save now on cotton Finest quality cotton flannels! Prints for corduroy at big say- children 'n grown- ings! Its uses are in- ups, perfect for all finite, many colors! uses! Maohine washable! 72" Wide Basic Notions Nylon Net By-The-Card 20' 22" a yard a card Desig n the party Tape measures, trac- dress you've always ing wheels, bobbins, wanted, pay less at knitting gauges, Pcnney's! P a s t e I. screw drivers, many dark shades, morel Harstine Families Return After Trips To Other States ! ." '" '  " sm Jim Lmg ], th caltoomst ld to b back home but that it B3 (And) llait( , " . "  ., , "J "  , ' " .  :. .... HARSTINE The Gordon Next they visited some friends was also fUll visiting old friends. Sin-4nons lUSt rot, lifted hon2e from a LILIOU-IIIII Ll'lp LO 811 t)l die WcsL- ern States except for three. The first stop on their trip was at Spokane to visit their son. Jim Jim tool( them to two football games, one being the Washington State. Jim's ahna mater, vs. the University of Utah, From Spokane they traveled to Virginia City and then to Yellow- stone National Park. Crossing Wyoming and South Dakota. they came to Ohio, Gret's home state. Here Gret and Gor- don visited many of her old friends and relatives and discovered that Ohio had the best corn crop in the history of the state. One-hund- red fourty to 150 bushels of corn per acre. They spent two nights with the Johnstones. former residents of Pickering, in Oklahoma City. Also while in Oklahoma City they vis- ited the New Daily Oklahoma Newspaper offce where Gret's cou- in Admere. Okla.. Gordo exper- Iellce, LIIC IIIONL Illl.t,I'CdLIUt part Oi the trip, They visited a cancer research foundation. FROM OKLAttOMA they trav- eled south to E1 :Paso. Tex., where they crossed the river to Juarez, Mexico. In Juarez they enjoyed a full day of shopping and look- ing at the scenery. From E1 Paso, they went to New Mexico and vis- ited White Sands, a missile base. They visited Salt Lake City, Utah. They also stood at the Four Corners. the only place in the United States where four states come together aL one point. To top off their trip, Gordon and Gret spent four days with their daughter, Dixie and her fam- ily in Portland, Ore. They visited a school for retarded ichildren where Dixie. an occupational thet'- apist, condncts classes. After their four-day visit in Portland they re- turned to their home on the island. Grct and Gordon said they were NORTH MASON SCHOOL NEWS Junior Prom Is Scheduled For Saturday Night; Veterans Day Program Is Held Friday By Margie Green The junior and senior boys have been busy getting their dates for this year's junior prom sched- uled for Saturday night from 8 to 11:30 p.m. in the gymnasium. Tickets will go on sale this week in the office for the dance en- titled. "Red Sails in the Sunset". Friday afternoon the senior high attended its Veterans' Day As- tiDae, the remaining students tra- veled to the field to view North Mason's last football game of the season. North Mason vs. Rain- bridge. Wedncsday was audition day for all students interested in par- ticipating in the N.M. Hootenanny of Dec. 6. The senior class will sponsor the event and will collect the funds for its senior ball. sembly in the gym. The com.mand- Last week the Lettermcn's Club er of the VFW, Mr. Grandy, was sold tickbts on a movie camera guest speaker andOiscussed "What and two transistor radios. The I a e *' "s V torah . After the 10 rain- drawing was held at the Student ute pep assembly which followed, Fund Dinner Saturday evening. all non ASB Card holders were es- THE SOPHOMORIC] class spon- corted to study hall. At the same sored the after-dinner dance from 7 to 10 p.m. Saturday in the ele- met Wednesday evening in the mentary gym. Admission was 25 home of Mrs. Mike Kirk. Mrs. Jerry Kaare was co-hostess. The 11 members present were given a demonstration on the making of wax fruit by Mrs. Marjie Smith. New members are Mrs. Frank Gray and Mrs. Harold Thurman. A guest for the evening was Miss Jean Gores. NEW KINDERGARTEN stud- ents at the Hoodsport School are Janet Coulter and Barbara Ward. Mrs. John Denison and Mrs. John Pill are attending the Scout Leaders training class in Shel- ton. Many local residents were seen at the showing of "Dear Ruth" presented by members of the jun- ior class at the ,tShelton high school. The Hood Canal PTA will hold its regflar meeting on Monday, Nov. 18 at the junior high school. The theme for the month is Legis- lation. Mrs. Bart Robbins. chair- man for the membership commit- tee will take your membership dues during the evening. There will be no school envelope drive this year. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Smith and Jack and Jerry had Sunday dinner in Tacoma witb the Ray Peter- SONS. I Pint Weddinf Iwitation$ 100 $14.95 and up The JOURNAL cents. The election of Girls' Club rep- resentatives took place this Wed- nesday. Nov. 21. will be an open house for all high school classrooms, in- cluding woodshop and music. The meeting will begin at 7:30 p.m. in the high school g.wn with a demonstration of the PE classes. The bnsiness meeting will be omit- ted. Cookies prepared by the Home Economics classes will be served with coffee in the Home Ec room. Parents a.ttending the open house are invited to make appointments for confercnees with teachers if they wish to discuss their child- rep's school progress in detail. THE CHRISTMAS concert to be presented by the high school Music Department will be December 18 this year. Plans are to also hold a candy sale during December. This Saturday in the Belfair school gym, the bazaar sponsored by the Elementary PTA will open at 9 a.m. Baked goods, mnnmage, I Christmas and all-purpose cards and wrap, stationery, and spec- ialty candies will be on sale. Also offe,'ed will be gift items such a' ] ceramics, centerpieces, flowers, etc. This is a fine opportunity t.o complete some of your Christmas shopping early! Individual pictures will be taken Friday aL the Bclfair and Allyn schools. The high school report cards were issued this Wednesday. First Aid classes will be spon- sored by the North Mason Elemen, tary PTA in January. The insLtc- tot will be Mrs. Frank Fedenk of Mission Lake. CR 5-5372. Daytime Classes are planned with baby sitting available. There will be more details later. (lad to have vou home. GreL and Gordon. Also returning hmne this week were the Stanley Yates from a trip to Colorado and Nebraska. Mr. md Mrs. StanIey Yates, hrother Faust Yates of Tacoma. and sister Mrs. Lena. Coffman, of Sultan. left from Tacoma by train to go to a family reunion in Hol- yoke, Colo. They were met in Denver, Colo. by Step's sister, Mrs. Ruby Bire- ley from Livermore, Calif., and were also joined by Step's other sister, Mildred McCormick, and husband of Holyoke. At Holyoke they were joined by many other relatives and friends. From. Holyoke they traveled to McCook, Neb., for another reunion with Ann's folks, the Bakers. TIlE YATES FAMILY have many old friends in the vicinity of Holyoke ms the whole family homesteaded there in 1910. Stan- ley and his family lived there most of the time until they came to Washington in 1950. The Yates report a very nice trip, visiting with relatives and old friends but were iddened by the midden death of Mrs. Yates brother of Fort Wayne, Ind.. who (as in Nebraska for the family gathering. We offer our deepest sympathy. The A/ Pridhams hosted a party to celebrate the birthdays of Gor- don immons and Nels Bannsguard and the anniversary of Raymond and Margerate McCulloch. Others present were Mrs. Nels Bauns- guard, the Sid Baunsguards, and Mr. and Mrs. Lasko. Weekend guests of the AI Prid- hams were Mr. and Mrs. Lasko of Vancouver, B.C. Sunday night, the Pridhams and the Laskos xere;;, invited to dinner at the Raymond McCull ochs. Ladies Club met at the Hall with a good turnout, 16 members and four guests. The guests were Yvonne Stanborsky and her daugh- ter Suzie, Lila Peugh, and Mrs. Ted Ness. The Sate for the Ladies' Club Christmas party was set to be Dec. 19 at the home of Men- ice Pridham. Gret Simmons will act as co-hostess. Mrs. Lohrer was appointed to purchase the Christmas candy for the school children at their annual Christ- mas program. The ladies also de- cided to pay for one third of the new refrigerator at the Hall. FRIDAY NIGHT, all the Har- stine teenagers gave their support at the last Highclhnber (Shelton) football game. The Highclimbers played the Knights of East Brem- erton and beat them 33 to 6. This game put Shelton first in their league. They all returned at 12:30 on a special ferry. Bob Stanborsky is stationed at Albrook Air Base in the Canal Zone. Bob will be stationed there for approximately two years. Yvonne and their daughter, Suzie, expect to join Bob at the begin- ping of the new year. The Hi Birches visited the Lar- ry Jerrells. The BiDches are from Aberdeen fend have a summer home at Point \\;Vilson. They have just returned from a hunting trip in Utah. The Barrio Bm'khalters and their daughter Mary Fran were the gmests of the Sid Baunsguards. They celebra_ted their daughter's birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Tay- lor were also the Sunday guest of Sid's and Mary's. All of whom are from Lakewood. The-Social Club meeting was held at the Hall Friday night. They decided to have a potluck dimmer at their next meeting which will be held on Dec. 17. The enter- tainment committee will be in charge of the plans for the dinner. that made Ford Econoline America's No.1 van.. full 204-cu. ft. 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