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November 14, 1963 SHELTON--MASON COUNTY JOURNAE--Pulflished in "Chrf.@ma.tow,)l, U.S.A." Shelt, on. Wa.shinon PAGE 15 Crowd Turns Out Fe Y Frances Catto -- Good attend- the potluck supper, and pinochle par- Lilliwaup Commun- night. Thirty-eight to enjoy the supper the business session. chairmaned by Mrs. in the absence illness, of the presi- Leimback. Attesting of the club&apos;s tables were in play )chle party following, a new series. were made by Mrs. and Karl Lins- prizes were awarded and Mrs. Frank McIn- finochle" hand were Mottle Baeklund Nicholson. Mrs. won the door prize. Were Mrs. Cecil Gilbert Kaare. EVENING. Nov. 22, of the next pinochle series. Hostesses for will be Mrs. Maybelle Mrs. Erna Martin. Re- wilt be served and the some 20 years ago school district with the Hoodsport the local school pro- buildings were given to the Lilliwaup Club has served well center. Neighbor., have kept the growing and made in facilities. from the days of stove and the dark, kitchen, were other night by your was a member Paint, fresh new cooking including electric (Wait- installed) have modern- where the best spread out their pot s. An oil heater has re- old stove in the large the same clock looks scenes of neighbors together, whether program, a town pinochle party. changes were made f years ago when Mrs. was president. Jennie Hoff, Steve Schmidt, the ener- used a paint brush was painted outside She, herself, bad do- k" - tchen paint, which a transform that area. now 41 members and secretary, predicts be quite a few more all dues have been paid. are urged to attend club events. -UP and vicinity was at the meeting of the Hood Canal Gar- , held in the woman's at Potlatch. Members found the program potluck hmcheon an and timely one. Krause of Potlatch the clever at- materials for home and :Mrs. Josephine Pet- again inspired learn the craftsman- Yule and holiday a retired florist, the making of )ieces and corsages, greenery and ribbon effective manner. 'e found that her beach pre-Christmas per- of ideas for their as she is well ingenious use of up- the first Thurs- Liiiiwaup Club ileeting lr day of each month (except Jan- chial virus infection from which uary) for an ll a.m. business ses- sion followed by a potluck hm- cheon and proKram. All interested women are welcome and urged to join. The November meeting of the Hood Canal Woman's Club will be held Thursday, Novernber 14 in their Potlatch chtbhouse. Voting o,n revisions in the constitution and by-laws is scheduled for the bus- iness session, startino" at II a.m.. to be followed by luucheon and a program. Mr. and Mrs. Start White spent the weekend on Bainbridge Island and celebrM:ed their wedding an- niversary in conjunction with Staff's cousin. Mrs. Royal Sen- kpiel and her husband, who were married on the same date and hour as the "Whites. They spent Saturday evening with the Senk- piels and on Sunday had dinner with another cousin. Mrs. Conrad Welfare. and her family, also res- idents of the island. A venison dinner, hosted, by the Dave Collins aid the Allie Rob- inserts, entertained their Hoods- port friends. Mr. and Mrs. Archie Calahan and Mr. and Mrs. Steve Hale Friday night. The Lake Cush- man home of the Collins was the scene of the dinner party, which climaxed the deer hunting season for the lucky hunters. SIX SLICE cutthroat trout re- warded the Sunday Canal fishing efforts of Bob Burman of Seattle, Iith his family. Bob was enjoying the three-day weekend at the home of Mrs, Burman's mother, Mrs. Allie "W. Robinson. Mr. and Mrs. Sig Anderson were overnight guests Thursday of Mrs. Anderson's daughter, Mrs. Arnold Tahja, in Tacoma. Two birthdays were celebrated on this occasion, Sig's and that of the Tahja's old- est son. Alan. Sunday the Ander- sons went to Quilcene to have dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Norman Germeau, Mrs. Jack Johnston returned home Tuesday from a trip to San Francisco, where she visited at the home of Jack's brother, Floyd Johnston. With them. she spent a weekend with friends in Santa Cruz and enjoyed the places of interest in San Francisco. An avid gardener, Mrs. Johnston especial- ly liked her trip to the ,Conserv- atory of Flowers. It was "Paris Week" in San b'rancisco, and there was an exhibit of the Eifel tower =nade of flowers. Tb:ey toured Chinatown and went to the zoo, acquarium, the new Crown Room of the Fairmount Hotel and the ocean during her stay..Enroute home Mrs, Johnston made a stop- over in Medford. Ore.. at the home of an uncle and aunt. Mr. and Mrs. Glen S. gee. Mr. and Mrs. Barney Zahl had their son. Mike. and his friends, Miss Donna Doty and Rob Kent of Tacoma, as weekend visitors. Mike is a student at the Tacoma Vocfftional"school and is study- in highway and civil engineering. gunday g-uests at the Zahls were Ed Claybaugh and Harold Pier- son. also from Tacoma, Mr.. and Mrs. Zdhl each caught salmon Friday, one a 12 and one-half pound hooknose. Prosser friends. Mr, and :Mrs. Sanford Ware. arrived Monday for a few days with the Roland Will- sons at Holiday Beach. The Will  sons returned last week from a trip to the Prosser area, where they picked grapes and visited members of their family. They visited their son-in-law and daugh- ter: Mr, and Mrs. Darwin Lain- bier in Benton City and their son. Lee W*illson. and his wife in Yak- ima. They reported an unusually good grape season over there, also apples. J&CN LEIMIBACK of Holiday Beach" is recovering from a bron- he has been suffering for several days, but is not yet able to re- turn to his work Travelling some 900 miles for lheir hunting lip beyond the Fort St. James area of Canada, Sig Anderson and Bob Anderson of Jorstad Creek. each came home last week with a moose. The men left Oct. 26 and retm'ned Nov. ,5". They must have seen plenty of game. since they literally "chose" to shoot a medium sized animal, considering the meat bet- ter than in the largest moose. While ner husband. Steve Ahl. is elk hmlting up in the Hoh riv- er territory, Mrs. Ahl, accompanied by her sister. Mrs. Mary James of Bremerton. has been visiting with old friends on the Canal. They made their headquarters for the weekend at the Lilliwaup Mo- tel and made the most of the op- portunity to see old neighbors. They were breakfast guests Mon- day of Mrs. Kate Davis and lun- ched with the John Aaros. They stopped that afterneon to see Mrs. Frank Robinson and her, daugh- ter. MI,. Jack Catto. Mrs. Ahl and her husband are living at pre- sent at the home of their daughter in Poulsbo. Mrs. Fred Martin of Beacon Point entertained members of the Social Club of Elinor chapter, OES on Tuesday of last week. There was a good turnout for the potluck luncheon and meeting. Reports, vague and not yet tracked down have been circulat- ing about several elk being bagged over the weekend in the Lilliwanp swamp. Construction Rules Changes Noted By Julia Hansen Congresswoman Julia Butler Hansen announced this week that the International Conference of Building Officials has accepted 15 lumber industry recommendations which would change the Building Code affeeIing construction in about 1.000 cities. Mrs. Hansen said that she ex- pected, the changes in the code to aid the lumber industry in southwest Washington consider- ably. She said that the recom- mendations include requests as fol- lows: (1) the use of fire-retard- ent treated wood for 1-hour per- manent non-bearing partitions in several types of buildings, (2l the external use of heavy timber con umns and the approval of other changes in building requirements which would result in additional use of timber products. _ The Congresswoman said tlmt the aecer)tance of these amend- ments will mean that the building codes in about 1.000 cities will be changed and that the result will be increased interest in lumber for homes and office buildings. "By allowing fire-retardent treated wood for such items as studs in partitions and suspended ceilings, a whole new market can be opened up for lumber and wood prodncts m several mid-western and western states." Mrs, Hansen said. "This certainly is a welcome development partic{flarly when wc remind ourselves that there has been a net decline of nearly 29.000 sawmills with the consequent de- cline in employment over the 15 years, 1947 to 1962." @ Seconds may mean lives in case of fire. Junior Fire Marshals urge you to write down the col reet number of your local fire de- partment and place it near your telephone. Know the location of the fire alarm box neai'est your home. Question Can Pontlacs possibIy keep cn getting better and better.and better? Answer ...., More than 70,000 people bought new Pontiacs and Tempests during October. .SEE WHY AT YOUR AUTHORIZED PONTIAc DEALEg SHELTON MOTOR GO:. 233 So. First St. Shelton Douglas Fir Lumber Production Ahead Of Last Year PORTLAND (Special)---Though sawmills of tlm Douglas fir reg- ion trimmed output seasonally by 6 percent in October from Sep- tember, they edg'cd ahead of 1962 with a ten-monti] volume of 6.817,- 559.000 board feet. Orders tiros far in 1963 are still off from last year by 1.2 percent, i but at 6.890.423.000 feet. are ahead I of production by one percent. These are key comparisons in the October summary isstied by the West Coast Lumbermen's Assoc- iation. Unfilled orders actually gained in October from the previous month, rising by month's end to 519,696,000 feet. or 13 percent ahead of last year. Mills lightened their inventories by 3.6 percent from a year ago to 81,8,580,000 feet. Shipments stayed slightly ahead of output, but are down by less than one percent from 1962. Cargo sales to Atlantic and Gulf coasts failed to dent Canadian do- minance last month, the ten-month total of 6"75.783,000 feet remaining 15 percent behind last year's. California cargo and export sales are both up this year to an almost identical 379.000,000 feet. Exports are up 25 percent, and west coast cargo 16 percent. However. local sales at 301,155,000 feet are down slightly. TIlE WEENLI r average of West Coast lumber production in Octo- ber was 162,001,000 b.f. or 101.8 percent of the 1958-62 average. Orders averaged 173,969,000 b.f.; shipments 167.811.000 b.f.; week- ly averages for September were production 171,618,000 b,f., 107.9 percent of the 1958-62 average; or- ders 175,754,000 b.f.; shipments 165,794,000 b.f. Ten months of the 1963 cumu- lative production 6.817.559.000 b.f.; ten months of 1962, 6.751.922.000 b.f.: ten months of 1961. 6.582,018,- 000 b.f. Orders for ten months of 1963 break dov.m as follows: Rail and truck 5,136.877.000 b.f.; domestic cargo 1,072,689.000 b.f.; export 379,702,000 b.f.: local 301,155,000 b.f. The industry's nnfilled order file stood at 519.696.000 b.f. at the end of October. lmnber inventory at 818,580.000 b.f. Estimb&es %overing the third qnarter of 1963 have been revised. Lake Nahwatzel Has Abundance ]Of ilk Hunters OverWeekend By Joann Tnl)per LAKE NAHWATZEL - Elk season opened last Saturday ]not-n- inK, with lmnters from far and wide coming down the road. It looked like a freewqy. Saw some beautiful bulls go through and it looks real promising for the rest of the season which closes Nov. 17. ' Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Hansen last Sunday was lbick \\;Vats(m arid Larry Lindberg of Seattle. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. McClanahan of Shelton visited Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cooper last Thursday. Weekend guest at the Coopers was Mrs. Cooper's son, Hans Mak, Tacoma. Last Sunday Mrs. William Price and children, of Port Angele and Mrs. Ronald Thomas of Shelton visited Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Spring- el'. Thursday evening Mrs. Dick Tupper and Mrs. A1 Tupper at- tended the bridal shower of Miss Susan Hail, daughter of Mr. and Mrs: William Hall, of Kamilche Point. The shower was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Tony Fonzo, Shelton. SPENDING TIlE weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Ford xnas Mr. and Mrs. Dale Taylor of Olympia. Steve Crape, Elma, who is at- tending college at Centralia vis- ited his grandparents, Mr. and lV[rs, Ford last Sunday and Mon- day. With no school Monday the children ail enjoyed the three days off. John Tupper, who is going to Olympic College at ,:Bremerton, enjoyed his day off from school by spending a few days up at Deer Lake with a hiking club from college. Sunday dinner gamsts at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Allan Hick- son last Sunday was James Hick- son and girls of Dayton. Mrs. James Hickson is in Colorado visit- ink her mother who is ill. Eddie Dawson. son of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Dawson accompanied the DeMolay boys from Shelton to a DeMolay Conclave Convention held at the Scottish-Rite Masonic Temple in Seattle over the week- end. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Dawson and daughter, Mrs. LeRoy Smith and children. Jim and Linda attended the Homecoming game in Shelton last Friday when Shelton won from East Bremerton. Mr. aml Mrs. Clifford Reeve took theh" children. Rodney, Ran- dy and Pa:lla to Woodland Park Zoo in Seattle last Sunday. The children enjoyed the day, and see- ing all the animals. SATURDAY DINNER guests at the Tuppers were Mr. and Mrs. Art Pahner. Mallock and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Linton of Brinnon. who are spending a week at the Resort while Linton is ell( hunting with Dick Tupper. Visiting Mr_ and Mrs. Hector Barbour last Thursday were Mr. and Mrs. Herb McLaughlin of Shelton. Sunday dinner guests at the Tuppers were Mr. and Mrs. Art Palmer of Matloci:. The occasion was to celebrate Mr. and Mrs. Dick Tupper's wedding anniver- sary. @ Greatest fire losses occur dur- ing the winter months, many due to malfunctioning heating" units. Your Junior Fire Marshal asks: has your furnace been inspected and cleaned within the past year? ,Christmas Card Assortment From 50 for Sl Also photo greeting orders taken Christmas Merchandise Arriving Daily Neirs Pharmacy , ,, , i i Covey Bldg. 4th & RR. You'll agree DA / LD Butter No substitute can match the flavor and "::i i; .g nutritious goodness of Darigold Sweet / ii  Cream Butter. Cookies, cakes 'n all your . baking will taste better with Darigold tl :: .% :.: c .2::..-:.-.: .. [;).,.... ;.%.. Butter...., ....... \\;tpt/ . " %\\;I A.V ., .,,o,, do,,, o,..r.,,o,., ,o,., Be:t Bugs ! I ..ICES NOVEMBER 14-15-16 Tgl00,"JIT ! h  EFFECTIVE , , *"" FRYERS BODIED 31" Cut-Up Pan Ready ............ Lb. lb 'RIB ROAST o.s. c,.o,oo .................... 79* RIB STEAK o.s. ChOioo DAHTEES or 00ood ........................ ,_b. 79* SPARER|aS ,ire, 49' Lean, Fresh Lb, 49* Boneless .................... Smoked .................... Lb, IC ke lilt 3/'1 ,COFFEE CAKE Hungarian ............ 39" Pure Salad 0il 29 APPLE CIDER 00OTT00E Shur-fresh ............ . Gal. ,,. Mayonnaise- 39 < KRAFT'S 24jZ a Cottage Cheese 19' AMERICAN HERITAGE cop VItLU ME ,,,, S flOW'S i ' CLAM CHOWDER 15 oz, NABISCO TV COOKIES GRAPEFRUIT c,oo ,',.wheels ,,v+ oz 2/89'* Choc. Fudge Sand. 16-oz ..... SUNDAYS CAMPBELL'S SOUPS 10 I/=-oz. Tins ............................ Fancy Arizona 8 Lb. A.B.C. SODA CRACKERS Tangy Sections for Piio Bag Salads Fros, ,. cr,,0 25' L 16-ounce Package ............................ CABBAGE """ 5 HOTCAKE SYRUP Crisp Heads from Oregon ............................................ LB. .o, w.,,os ,oo, 3t'z 5' Frontier 22-oz. Bottles ........ Mature DAHISH SQUASH ,o,,oo<,o, PANCAKE MIX Winter Meals ................ LB. ,eft, O,ooko, 49* IIOHAIHE <:' 19 4 Pound Bag .................................... , Green Heads t Mild in Flavor .................................... Each