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November 21, 1963

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November 21, 1963 SHELTON MASON COUNTY JOURNAL- Published in "Chr{stmastown, U.S.A.", Shelton, Washington PAGE 3 r i , , ii CLASSIFIED ADS GET RESULTS k-|nd CREME BOWL Specials 12-oz. Limit 1 ............................................... SPRAY ,i,  ........................ 69' size AHACIH ........................ s 39 TILE SHAMPOO o',,on .... '1 s9 ,o 69 Size .................................... o , o,,o ........... '49s HEIL'S PHARHACY 4th & Railroad Govey Bldg. a_mong Your Merchants HEDRICK AWARDED HONDA unless customers nolify t.hc l)lant FRANCHISE FOR SHELTON of other wishes. Knutzen said, Honda motor bikes a:e now available through a Shelton de;li- ROSS PENNINGTON NOSY e'r. AT IVAN'S JEWELRY Hedrick's Sport Center l[ _l_; Rose Pei]nington of lalap.staff CoLa Street has been awarded the Ariz.. has taken over the opera- franchise for this territory in corn- Lion and management of the late petition with seven applicants. Ivan Ncuenschwander's jewelry Proprietor Hobert Hedrick no" business at 405 Railroad avenue. has 10 units on display, two ea(l] He bad been in the Jewelry a:l,1 of five different mo:.els. He m- watch-making bllslness }n Flag- rites inspection by anyone inter- staff for 18 years. His m, ife a'{-I esLed. " 13-year-old daughter will join him . .,. here at the end of the school year, DAIRY PLANT CLOED Mrs. Pennington currently is cur- , rently attending Arizona State THANKSGIVING DA , .... ...... , .... College while studying nursing, nc r,.Ksap-raason Jmry plant Th',. -^n is i- tle US Coast m Shel.on will Rot be open on ....... ..... I Liuara aE meaLte. 'l/nanKsg'lvlng Day next veek nor[ rmqn lf57 Ikl" Penninrrlon will home deliveries be made that "';' - -'" " - r '' I worKea ior leuenscn\\; an(ler S day, manager Bud Kputzen an- _ .... " " I Jeweh'y while m Shelton. P.ouneeo Lnls week ....... Normal Thursday home deliver- .Inuvn=! Wn| Ad ies will be doubled on Tuesday VVMIiIMI lllll RMV Story & Clark Pianos Lowrey Organs at JOHNNY'S HUSiC BOX OPEN MeN. & FRI. EVENINGS 205 Cots St, Lilliwaup Community Club Plans Card Party For Friday Evening By Frances Carte LILLIVAUP .... Tomorrow eve- ning, Nov. 22. the second in the new series of Lilliwaup Commun- ity Club pinochle parties will be held in the Lilliwaup Hall. Hos- tesses will be Mrs. Erna Martin and Mrs. Maybelle Willson. Re- freshments will be served and all interested pinochle players will be welcomed. These card parties have been very popular and players come from quite a distance to join the friendly Lilliwaup group for a pleasant evening. Members of Lhe Hood Canal Wo- man's Club are meeting today in their Potlatch clubhouse, with the business session starting at 11 a.m. Luncheon hostesses are Un- ion members of the club, Mrs. Ar- thur Kraus is in charge of the program which follows luncheon, Visitors are welcome. Thanksgiving plans axe in the air. plans for entertaining guests or going somewhere to be a guest on the festive holiday. Plans for spending Thanksgiv- ing at Lhe hospitable beach home of Mrs, Josephine Peterson have been made by a group of relatives. They are the Lee Hales of Hoods- port. Gene Sandahl, and members of his family including Mr. and Mrs. Carer Sandahl and Miss Laura Sandahl of Seattle and the Gordon Anderson family of Ore- gon. Gene Sandab!, who has a cottage one the beach here, has been making his residence in the /)UCIN(] TO SHELTON AND MASON COUNTY Danish rest home near Des Moines since his operation a few months ago. BOB ERHART of the \\;Tashing- ton StaLe Patrol stayed at the home of Ms mother. Mrs. Allie W. Robinson. From Monday until Thursday. Bob. a resident of Clear Lake, spent the three days in- structing classes at tim \\;Vashing- ton State Patrol Academy near Shelton. With his family, he will return for Thanksgiving at the Hoodsport beach home of Mrs. Er- hart's parents. Mr. and Mrs. A1 Dickinson Mrs. Robinson's son- in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Bunnan of Bellevue, and three children will be aL the Allie Rob- inson home for the Thanksgiving weekend. Despite the beautiful day, few fishermen were on the Canal Sun- day. \\;Veather reports warning small boat operators and the re- cent bad weather were responsi- ble. in the opinion of Mrs. Victor Redman of Restwhile Park resort, However. she reported, the skin divers were much more nnmerous than usual and were getting oc- topuses, salmon and cod. MR, AND MRS, JOHN Robin- son and their niece Mrs. Mack Knutsen of Tacoma, were among Lilliwaul area elk hunters over the weekend. Mrs. Frank Robin- son, John's mother, and Mr, and Mrs. J. L. Catto, his brother-in- law and sister, were Saturday night dinner guests at their Lil- liwaup creek cabin. Mrs. Knutsen, Mrs, Catto's daug'hter, had Sun- day dinner at the Catto home. Dr. Knutzen, who had had a four-day elk hunting expedition earlier, stayed at home with the children while Mrs. Knutsen enjoyed a hunting weekend, An early, surprise celebration of her Nov.. 12 birthday was enjoyed by Mrs. Lewis Evans when they went to Seattle for the weekend before her annivers[ry. Their son- in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Nelson. had made reserva- Last Rites For Anna Twardowski Anna C. Twardowski. 1611 Lau- rel Street, passed away Sunday in "Facoma General Hospilal. Mrs. Twardowsld was born m Italy, March 1. 1890. She had lived in Mason County for the past 32 years. The funeral was held at 9 a.m. Wednesday at the St. Edward's Catliolic ehureb with Father Mark 7Wiechmann officiating. Rosary was said at 7 p.m. Tuesday at the Batstone Funeral Home. Inter- merit was.in Holy Cross Cemetery. Sff, rvivors include her husband. Michael: three sons. William and Frank Deliero, Belfair. and Paul DeMiero, Bremerton; one daugh- tel Mrs. Sylvia Lux. Seattle; 15 grandchildren, 19 great grandchil- dren: two brothers. James and Carmen Figola, both of McKees- port. Pa,; one ,sister. Mrs. Clara DeNardo, Versailles, Pa. Emma McGee, 85 Taken By Death Emma G. McGee, 85. Star RL. 2 Box 30. passed away in s local hospital Nov. 13. She had been a resident of Mason County for the past 33 years. Mrs, McGee was born Nov. 11, 1878 in Boulder County, Colo. The funeral service was held at 3 p.m. last Friday at the Bat- stone Funeral Home with Rev. Clarence Lody officiating. Inter- ment was in Shelter Memorial Park. Surviving are six sons, Rex E. Greenly, Oakland. Calif., Charles McGee all of Shelton. John E. Greenly, Oakland. Calif, Charles W. Greenly Lebanon, Ore., and Ri- chard McGee Port Orchard; five daughters. Juanita Oakley, Irene tinter and Thehna Obremski. all of ShelteR, Frances Eitreim, Sioux Falls, S. D. and Mildred Lord Puyatlup; 40 grandchildren and 51 great grandchildren. War I Veteran tions for an evening of dining-out, Passes Away Here 11 a.m. Monday at the Batstone Funeral Home with Rev. Charles \\;Vigton officiating. Interment was fin Shelton Memorial Park. Surviving are three brothers. Orville, Sheltmn: Roscoe, Eaton- ville: and Allen. Pahn Springs, Calif.: three sisters, Flora Urku- hart, Oakland. Calif.. Esther Reinsdroff. Seattle. and Doris Hol- liday, Long Beach, Calif. Too Late To Glassify XLTi- 75Y E, X;:6 ;5 iT---?i 2;F, ?-(C gt'l'.'. ]r,, al'e I1OIV paying 16c for titth, neck and Manitas. Northlake C]t}ll Fal'l/lS .lFenlelton, Essex 3-4918 11/21 32'/5 FREE --- One gallon of A & r Root Reer to Vic Zabroski Rt. 1 Box 578. upon suitable idenlifieation at Minor's A & W Drive In on Mt. View. 11/2l WOOD RANGE one oil range, ono wood heater electric dishwasher. clothes drye,'. Phone 426-8459. 8 11/21 12/5 FOR RENT Clean. fllrnished, one bedroom apartment. Adults. 206 Iasl B Street, phone 426-3207. W 11/21 EXPERIENCED CHRISTMAS TREE balers needed. Day or night balinu. Douglas Fir Christmas Tree Co. 426-6636, ll/21 Needed At Once Spacious 3 or 4 bedroom home. on either Mt. View or Angleside. Should have basement or large garage. Qualified buyer will pay up to $14,500 for the right proper- ty. Contact Vince Himlie at Mann Real Estate. 426-6592. 11/21 Insures any purchase to be gift wrapped and under your tree for Christmas. First payment in January. SINGER SEWING CENTER 117 E. 5th Olympia 357-7586 "Open Friday Nights 'Til 9" 11/21-12/19 DANCING Lampost Tavern 3 :Nights Each Week IIC lu dxd a :,, thd t fhaen  ilv ip?r tFYo r;ine r 7 THIS THURS FRIDAY AND SATURDAY t%ss'andherbrther'JimRssL"Aay\\;Vl21}dRrua;IlVBer;6%haesStee Thurs. Fri. S,t. andh: ;yi::ince Ross Was a week- ; xitaay aNtten:beg :3t6.lta: h':s Live Western Music " )'nd-inV:lSjh: "ana lahueghDe/,]  M;.f. ahn bprnnt: FREE ADMISSION THE- Even Houdini would have been a- mazed! 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Mr. and Mrs Jack Johnston returned Wed- nesday from a week's stav in Ste- vens county. They visited Jack's son-in-law alrd daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Hull. in Chewelah and the men hmted up near the bor- der. Two large mule deer wern bagged and Jack shot a nice two point. The Johnstons were accom- panied from Seattle by Mrs. Ela-. zabeth Bemis and datighter. Cathy. born October 6, 1894 at Kamilche )in . The funeral service was held aL WELL DRILLING water guaranteed HYERS PUIIPS Sales and 24 hour service Russell Drilling o, Bill Russell Phone 426-4245 THREE DAYS ONLY? LOWEST PRICE EVER-OH FAMOUS HOOVER CONVERTIBLE- Extra Large Throw Away Bag 2 Speed Motor 50% More Suction With Cleaning Tools Cleaner Rolls On Wheels - Gets All The Dirt, You Just Guide It A Hoover - the World's Finest Cleaner. 0054, o Miller's Is Your Full Line o Hoover Floor Care rr Headquarters- Come In And See The Revolutionary i Hoover Dial-A-Matic II ii ii Ul i, i, ON APPROVAL OF I CREDIT- WE, DELIVER I IN SHELI'ON ]