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ovember 14, 1963 SHELTON--MASON COUNTY JOURNAL-- Published in "Chrfstmastown, U.IJ.A.", Shelton, Washington PAGE 11:- ................ T I P hi CibT M t S dyE ...... cj " ' T oh GraD e Plans To B "id Hall D " " ovldes $clentlS! Tex! wan - u] avton rave inll ino( e u o ee atur a venln a}: if righteousness is, cinded: "It is only by acl,no,vled- & '    lll lhe.pathvay thereof ing the supremacy of Spirit which | =| | | | F  lie = m By Mabel Kidd Mrs. Nena Roberts of Shelton held in Abe,'deen at lhc Merck Cester V cv of Skokonfish Val- ierea.aeatn." Tins passage; " IS tor ' " i ve , i annul the claims of matter that DAYTON ..... The Gemge Chap- and her guests. Mr. and Mrs, ;Hotel Sattvday !lev. Drop-in callers were Mr. and 1: ,,,,1 bo, . .. tl0rarv riaflgeg be.air Area Lilliwaup ,,,ill host the "rr' ............ ', Sunda ",lni ht uests o 51:1 M'is ozh m Hulblt of Gl,sdlle ,,]el'vices at {he Shelton ! mm tam can l ty off mortafit5 and  " - Franlc Somn%,'s ,,f Ald,,',:,,,,d M,- j  ' y o ' ' g " : f '. . '.. N " ..... '  . 'Illh of Christ, Scientist if|rid the indissoluble spiritual link he subject of the Bible[which establishes man forever n '.'"Mortals and Immort- i the divine likeness, inseparable I,: ! from his creator" (Science and nes from the Christian : Health with Key to the Scriptures beXtbook will also be in- by Mary Bake: Eddy, p. 4911. 01NOW ONE SINGLE POLICY 00IPUTS A COMPLETE ROOF OF PROTECTION OVER YOUR HOME! , A GeneralHomeowner policy saves you time, trouble and money-offers the mos !,ii omplete possible coverage under one, all- ,: :Inclusive policy, TMs takes in fire, theft,  extended coverage (frozen pipes, broken : glass, ere.l-and even pays extra expense : o hotel or motel while your home is re- : paired. 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The Grange would like to hear from any eolmnunity m'ganization inter- ested in using this hall, in regard to their needs or requirements for a meeting place. Anyone interest- ed may call Lee Lopriore for in- formation. The Grange also plans a series of square dance lessons for beginners in January. Fur- ther allllOtlncelnent as to place and cost will be made latcr. Members and guests of the BYF group of the Belfair Baptist Com- nmnity church were entertained Nov. 3 at the home of Mr. and Mrs, Jinl Wilson of the South Shore. "Shadow of the Boomerang", a Billy Graham fih'n taken in Aus- tralia will be shown at the Com- munity church the evening of Nov. 14. RHODODENDRON Garden Club has set Dec. 7 at the date of its annual Christmas show to be held this year at the Bear Creek Com- munity Club. The club will work on corsages at their meeting Nov. 19 at the home of Mrs. Irene Ud- ean. ,q Mrs Lee Lopriore and Mrs. Tom 'Davis recenIy attended a meeting in Bremerton in regard to the possible future use of Harrison Hospital as a retarded children's center. Any individual or organi- zation interested may call Mrs. Lopriore for fm'ther information. WHAT'S NE%V and best in ed- ucation in the elenlentary school was expertly portrayed "for the Elementary PTA Thursday even- ing, Nov. 7, in the grade school gym. The Administration and tea- ehers are to be commended for a most interesting and informative display which included reading, mathematics, science, foreign lang- uage, penmanship, art, library, physical education, English comp- osition and audio-visual matelSals, Mrs. Tom Davis announced that the Thurston-Mason County lib- rary has offered to stock a library in Belfall and furnish a librarian for 12 hours a week if th com- munity will furnish a suitable buil- ding and pay utility costs. The county library suggested that a comnmnity committee might be formed as a "Friends of the Lib- rary Committee" to further this project. Mr. Ed Cokelet has offered the use of his building on the Brem- erred highway just out of Belfair and a spokesman for the VFW felt that they might help with the erecting of bookshelves. This sounds like a fine addition to the comnmnity and one that should appeal to a lot of people Southside PTO Discusses Parent- Teacher Conferences At Meeting By Mrs. Ray Kratcl!a SOUTHSIDE -- Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Switzer of Arcadia an- nounce the engagement of their daughter Celia Lore to Michael Scott, son of Mrs. Paul Bishop and Clyde Scott of Olympia. A January wedding is planned. Southside PTO met Nov. 4 and discussed Parent Teachers confer- ences. The Parent Teachers' Con- ference meetings will be held Nov. 14, 21 and 26, from 2 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. The first conference meet- ing was held Nov. 7 and was re- ceived real well. The success of the Southside Carnival was dis- cussed. PTO membership was won by Mrs. Montgomery and Mrs. Montgomery won the room eomt. Don Brown spoke on "After High, hers divided up into two groups, one group is foods and the other group is animals. Discussed how to keep record books. Seventeen members were present at the meeting. Southside Eagles are meeting at the home of their lea- der, Catherine Bracy Nov. 21. The club has a swimming party plan- ned for November 23. SUNDAY EVENING guests of Mr. and Mrs. VerDe Sehuffenhauer and family were Mr. and Mrs. Bill Jones and family, Mrs. Lela Clark, Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Schuf- fenhauer, Pearl and Keith Sat- terthwaite and Mike Brownfield. Monday visitors of tle Ray Kratcha's were Orpha and Chas. Botts and Dan Corm|or. What", and discussed the period afterwards. The Carnival chair- man gave a report. MASON COUNTY Bell Riders had nomination of officers at the last meeting held Nov. 1. Those up for nomination are John Oakes for president. Leo Bishop for vice president, and Cleo Roe for secre- tary. An "Appaloosa" Horse film will be shown at Cloqualhnn Nov. 30 and is sponsored by the Bell Riders. Southside is glad to hear that Robin Ogden is back in school af- ter being ill. Friendship club meets at the home of Gaff Hurst Nov. 20 and they are going to celebrate the November birthdays. The last meeting was ',held at Florence Brumbaugh. Soutlside Eagles 4-H club rnem- hers met Nov. 7 and were handed out Christmas napkins to sell for: a money making project. Mere- veling Pinochle Club in their borne Saturday evening. Meet at Lem- ke's at 7:15 p.m. Ladies' Cinb met Wednesday of last week with Mrs. Jon Rock as hostess. The birthday of Mrs. De- be soon forgotten by the Ah, ia lores Nichols was observed. Mrs. I Chap man family. To go along Dorothy Moore will be hostess lwith the tr, eme for the day, Red November 19 at Dayton Mall i their shorthorn, bred to a Scottish Mr and Mrs Edward Pelarson tshrthrn, presented them with a " : "' . ' ". white calf No less surprised was and family motmed to Sequml t : ...... r lnalTlma VChr) 10eKe(1 askance at nor Friday ,ahere they spent the mght . . , - . with his brothcr and wife, Mr and offsprm.g. -'eopie passing-on the Mrs Rcginald Pearson formerly road pomL and stare aL tins od- of Everett. Weekend guests of dty. Mr. and Mrs. Seab Combs were I MILS. DICK LEONARI) and Ju- their grandsons, Maurice, Leslie I dy accompanied by Linda %Viii|ares and L,arry Pearson of Seattle. [ attended the, Sears 4-H Banquet New Home At By Frances Simmons KAMILCHE --- Friends gather- ed Sunday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Gene Taylor for a housewarming in their new home. Attending were Mrs. Ella McCulloch, Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Vivell, My. and Mrs. Jim Wa.ldrip, Mr. and Mrs. John Eliason, Flof ence Weeks, Bill Weeks and Mrs. Dora Mueiler. Mr. and IV[rs. Floyd Jones (ne Mary Clark) who have lived in Franklin, Pa., and Buffalo, N.Y. for the past year and a half have recently returned to this area to stay. They have a girl Leanne and a boy, Billy Lloyd. A telephone call from Omaha, Neb. to the William Cokcr home announced the birth last Sunday of Angelo Nigro to the Frank Ni- gro (nee Sylvia Coker) home in that city. nor were Sunday afternoon callers [ and Mrs. Edward Pearson wel'e in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Pete iher parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. T, Roberts. i Swinhart. Halloween 1963 is past but won't ' Mrs. Mary Bnchanan of Shelton I visited Mrs. Gertrude Sex)tL on Housewarming Held For Kamilche visited the Cecil Blackwelder home. Last Sunday afternoon Mrs. Frances Simmons was a dinner guest at the home of Mrs. Bert Rau in Ehna. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Hulsey of Seattle spent last weekend at their , cabin at Kamilche point. Saturday evening guests at the Cecil Blackwelder home were Mr. and Mrs. Ira Stansbury, Mr. and Mrs. Gee 'Taylor, Ed Taylor, Norma Wiles and son Pete, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Marsden and children left Monday morn- ing for Ketehikan, Alaska, after spending the week at the Wesley VChitenea" home. THANKSGIVING dinner was served Sunday at the Dan Wood home to Mr. and Mrs. Don Main- war|rig of Grants Pass, Ore., Kar- en Maimvaring of Portland and Mrs CPaude "Wheeler is COD'fined Mr. and Mrs. Les Mainwaring of RenteD. The Woods motored to in the hospital in Shelton for a Portland in the evening to take few days.. Miss lMainwaring back to her Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Stepp of home in Portland. Syracuse, Kan., visited at the Ce-I Twelve members of Progress cil Blackwelder home last week. I Grange attendee], Pomona Gzan,e" = The Kamilehe church had a pot- at Matlock last Sunday. Iuck dinner last Sunday for all There will be a dance at Kam- those having November birthdays, ilehe Grange this Saturday night THURSDA.Y EVENIN6, of last iNx" 16. week Mr, and Mrs. Blackwelder Sympathy is extended to the had as dinner guests Mr. and Mrs. Mike Krise family whose grand- Ira Stansbury of Shelton and Mr. son Henry James, was killed in and Mrs. M. Kingam of Olympia. Last week W. H. McFie of Twisp Skokomish Valley Couple Return Home After Trip To Europe By Mary Valley SKOKOMISH --- Mr. and Mrs. Max Latzel have returned home after three months of traveling in Europe and visiting relatives in Germany. %Veleome home neigh- bets. The \\;Vomens Fellowship of the Conmmnity Chm'ch will meet in the home of Mrs. Arvid Johnson this Thursday evening at 8 p.m. Mrs. Marg'areL Spaulding will be co-hostess. A cordial invitation is extended to the ladies of the Val- ley. Please bring your Christmas ideas for decorating. Miss Esther Johnson has re- '64 Jet.smooth Luxury CHEVRg00LE00T ' ' " t ' I'Iere are looks, luxury and comfort tha you d expect to s lent ff they came from anybody h et you back p y--" ." ' ut the ueoDte at Chevrolet. . Fr-'-.;ted st, qin- with clean uncluttered lines th .... - .... ,  s ooth Chevrolet its feeling of at give the 64 Jet-sin . . . hew zch new mterlols length and lowness. R" . . . " With supple fabrics. Foam-eushmned .tronc and rear seats and door-to-door carpeting:- Sow dels mcluamg me standard in all mo , modestly priced Biscaynes. And, of course, the niceties of Body by Fisher craftsmanship. You've gel a wealth of power to pick from--engines from a peppery 140-hp 6 to a 425-hp V8*! And you've got the 64 Jet-smooth ride to cushion you from road nmse and vibration. Been promisin yourself luxury like this someday? Your someday is here, as your dealer will gladly show you. *o,io,,,, =,= ,,. Friday, Gladys Zoyer of Lilliwaup. Darl Goldy's sister, has returned from a month spent in Glendale, Calif. with her daughter, Shirley Shel- ton, who has been ill. Cindy and Ctint Tibbits stayed Sunday overnight with their l grandparents, Mr. an'd Mrs. Dell Adams. Tom Leonard had as Saturday and Sunday overnight guests Den- nis Combs," Judy Leonard had Deb- bie Pearson as Sunday and Monday overnight guest. Mrs. Leon Scott of Shelton visit- ed on Monday with Mrs. Gertrude Scott. ,: Mr. and Mrs. Richard Roberts and son were Sunday afternoon callers in the Pete Roberts' home. Sunday visitors in the A. E. Lemke home were Mr. and Mrs. A. /4. XVolden and children of Seat- tle and Gary and Carol VVolden of helton. Sunday dinner gests of Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Pharris were Mr. and Mrs. Cliffm.d Pharris and children of Seattle and Mrs. Mike John- Son and ehildren Of Island Lake Dropping in for a while were Mr. and Mrs. Fred Pharris. Mrs. Edna Hunter of Skokomish Valley called on Mrs. Alma Baker Sunday afternoon and they enjoy- ed a drive up Hood Canal. MR. AND MRS. Allen Tibbits had as Sunday dinner guests Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Tibbits and children of Chehalis. Sunday hmcheon guests in the Alvin Hulbefft home were Mrs. Ted Ferris and her mother, Mrs. Sarah Lozier of Olympia and Mrs. I I I I II Mr. and Mrs. Robert Goldy of Afognak, Alaska. are the proud pa,ents of a nine and a half pound baby g'rl born No\\;,. 5. Little Miss Erin Rea Irene joins brothers, Joke and Robby and sister, Becky. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. A. "V. Pu(lerb:mgh and Mr. and Mrs. Darl Goldy. Announcement: The Mason County Demo- Cratic Central Committee Meet- ing will be held 8:00 p.m. Tuesday, November 26, 1963 at the Mason County Court- house instead of Thursday. The money collected on the Dollar's For Democrat's Drive will be turned in and counted. SNOW TIRES :NEW REGAPS RAU00HER'S a ear accident in Tacoma lain Friday. He is the son of Mrs. Nita Brown, Wapato. He was born LUMBER 1 mile off highway on Cole Road HARDWARE PAINTS . Ask about a SMILE-MILE Ride and the Chevrolet Song Book at your Chevrolet dealer's HELL CHEVROLET COHPAHY GroVe Sts " .... Shelton ............... 426-4426 at Kamilche and spent his early ),ears there. What we most need is the prayer of fervent desire for growth in grace, expressed in patience, meek- ness, love, and good deeds. Cole Road Builder's Supply Cole Road Ph. 426-8224 turned to her studies aL Seattle Pacific College after spending the weelcend with her parents. We are happy to report that I Mrs Calvin Gravatt is improving having major surgery in an I after Aberdeen hospital. Callers at the Chester Valley , home Monday were their neph- ews Douglas and Gary Lozier of Tumwater. Gary recently complet- ed his term in the armed forces and spent some time in Alaska. 51R. AND MRS. Arthur John- son spent last weekend in Seattle where they were entertained at a dinner in honor of their wedding anniversary by their sons and I wives, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald John- I son or Milton and Mr. and lVh's. Arlan Johnson of Seattle. / Rev. and Mrs. Edwin Hepner /and family of Burns, Ore. visited Mrs. Hepner's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Stenberg several days last week. Mrs. Edna Hunter returned home [rom a month visit with her daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Lake of Yak|me. Miss Sue Valley of Island Lake and Miss Cindy Stentz of Shelton were overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs. Chester Valley. Those from Skokomish Grange attending Pomona at Matlock last Sunday were Mr. Charles Savage, Mr. and Mrs. George Barkley, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Chester Valley, and Miss Sue Valley and Miss Cindy Stentz who were on the Lecturer's program. Mrs. Mints Ahen of Shelton was hostess to the Grange Ladies Auxiliary last Tuesday evening. Those attending were Mrs. Edna Hunter, Mrs. Mattie Barkley, Mrs. Velma Doak, Mrs. Phyllis Broom, Mrs. Mary Valley, Mrs. LaY|ha Pulsifer, Mrs. Marie Simmons, Mrs. Mary Hunter, Mrs. Ruby Smart, Mrs. Doris Sjoholm, Mrs. Alie CrosseD, and two visitors, Mrs. Minnie Sauers and Miss Eliz- abeth Butler. REV. JOHN HADI,EY accom- panied several young people of the Community Church to a "Youth for Christ" meeting in Ta- coma where they heard Mr. BOb Daniels of Lob Angeles, a noted singer. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. PitLors of White Fish, Mont., are visiting their daughter and family, Mz'. and Mrs. Bob Whitmarsh. Mrs. Robert Minnis and Mrs. Carol Hunter were among the mo- thers who chaperoned the 5th Graders on a tour last Tuesday. Going by way of the Narrows bridge they visited the Pt. De- fiance Zoo, Fort Nisquatly, and the Historical Museum in Tacoma, and returning by way of Olympia., It was a grand day for the kids and we think the chaperones sm%,ix*ed. Danny Hess of Sunset Beach visited his grandmother, Mrs. W. E. Bray over theweekend. Start Lyman was one of the lucky ones to bag an elk last week. Callers at the home of Mrs. Eugene Brown on Sunday werc Mrs. Edna Hunter and Mr, 2. A. L. O'Neill of Shelton. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Temple and son of Olympia and Mr. Pa'- ry Jones f Shelton were Sunday dimmer gests of Mr. ad Mrs. Eric Sjtholm. Joinhg them in the evening were Mr. and Mrs. Gunn- er SJoholm of Shelton. -- Mary Baker Eddy Shelton Tenino I " II I I II I I I Tumwater Olympia [ II Lacey I I Ill IIIIII III YOUR HOMETOWN? No matter where you live in the South Puget Sound, the living is wonderful ! ! ! And, no matter where you live in this wonderful region, you'll find  convenient office of TCF ready to serve you. TCF has been serving the saver and the bor- rower of this area for over 36 years. Isn't it about time you took advantage of the experience and know-how that comes from rel service to your community? Naturally, there is free parking at any TCF office. Our Shelton Branch is open until 5:30 Friday after- noons for your convenience. ":Each account insured up to $10,000 by Federal Savings & Loan Insurance Corp: T/00URS00ON COUNTY FEDERAL IAVINGS & LOAN AIIOCIAT|