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PACe S , i i ir i I SILTON--MASON COUNTY JOURNAL-- Published in eC!ristnlasfown, U.g.A.", ShelLon, Washington I i Thursday, Novembe  :, New 4-H Club Is Formed In The Southside Area; Grange Elects man for second year. William Lundquist: executive committee- man for third year. Carl Eros- lay, and pianist, Virginia Clark. SOUTHSIIIE AUXILIARY will meet at the home of Avis Saeger Dec. 3 and it will be a Christmas party and a potluck lunch All Mason County Granges in- stallation of officers will be held on Nov. 29 at Shelton Valley. " Sherilyn Byrd Guild members met Wednesday evening at the home of Dale Dawson and decided on a doll drawing which will be Dec. 7. The doll was on display at gears Saturday and will be on display at Stewarts Nov. 23 and al: Thriftway on Nov. 30 The next meeting will be a Christmas party at Ann VCheelers. Mill Creek What Nots 4-H club NORTH MASON SCHOOL NEWS Iy Mrs. Ray Kratcha SOUTHSIDE -- "Clover Girl.'' is the name of the new 4-H club. formed at Southside. ranging in age from eight to 10 years. Bet'- nice Likes is the leader of the Clover Girls and Marie Neal is assistant leader. The club met at Marie Neal's Nov. 12, and have decided npon "Let's Cook" as their project, So far, the clnb has held two meetings, At the first meeting they elected officers, who are: Vicki Harris. president; Cindy Hovind. vice pres- ident; Bobby DeMerio. secretary; Shirley Brown, treasurer; and re- porter Tracy DeMerie. The next meeting of the club will be held at the home of Marie Neal Dec. 10. Southside Grange met and held election of officers. Those elected were: Master. Donald Clark; over- seer, Win. Lundquist; lecturer, El- la Chappell; chaplain, Opal Hard/el treasurer, Pauline Emsley; secre- tary, Elnora Frazier; gate keeper, Earl Leggett; steward, Phillip Hard/el assistant steward, Walter Chappell; lady assistant steward, Vinifred Cart; ceres. Mrs. Pierce; Pomona, Lula Hurlbut; flora, Myr- fie Swearinger; home economics chairman, Mrs. Lundquist; execu- tive committeeman for one year, Walter Step; executive committee- Senior Play To Be Presented In Gymnasium Friday And Saturday Evenings; Fund Raising Held By Mars/(, Gr(,cn girls now join the officers to form Friday and Saturday evenings the executive council. at 8 p.m. more titan 30 seniors Members of the Nomahi News will be taking' part in this yeti.r's staff will be selling delicious ap- Senior Play in the gym. On stage pies for 15 cents each at the bas- "The Mouse That Roared" will ketball games this year beginning come to life in two acts of comedy. Dec. 13. The production will featm'e Su- North Mason's Junior firemen san Wilson as Gloriana the 12th are selling tickets for a fund rais- for the leading female role. and ing which will reward two h|eky Ted Gierke as Tully Baseom for ticket holders a tnrkey Nov. 26. that of the male Prices for the Tickets are. 25 cents or five fo showing are: Adults. $1; Students. $1 And the winners need not be 75 cents; and 50 cents for child- pesent for the dritwing in Pope!s ren. parking lot at 5:'30 that night.:' North Mason takes pride in an- THE HALLS hummed with nouneing that Nov. 9 the student laughter and comments Wednes- fund dinner date became the best day as the to-be-members of GAA fund-raising project ever as- were initiated, Each "suspect" sembled fro' the area. The total, was a slave and was required to deducting all bills amounted to tun errands, dress as requested and $695. Thanks is due not only to even shove peanuts down the hall the rnany students who worked on the dinner but also to Mrs. Harris and Mrs. Roessel who contributed so much of their time and effort in order to make the event as large a success as it was. The Junior Class Rummage sale of Saturday, Nov. 9 was held at tne old Journal building in Shel- ton. The collection of $126 was put to good use the following weekend to pay for the Junior Prom band and other dance ex- penses. "Red Sails in the Sun,t," this year's Junior Prom. featured a. white sailboat and red sails as the main decorations last Saturday ev- ening. Mnsic for the dance was provided by the South Kitsap swing band and the admission was $2 per couple. YESTERDAY season tickets for all North Mason's home basketball games went on sale in the office. Since there will be nine home games and at the price of $5 atic= ket, the parent or non A.S.B. card holder will save four dollars or a 44 percent savings. Tickets will also be sold tonight at the PTA's open house, by the Lettermen and at the gate of the first two home games, the first of Which will be with Chimacum on December 13. Mr. Burrell the elementary prin- cipal, was presented with a new movie camera at 'the student fund dinner during the Lettermen's club dravAng. A 6-transistor and an 8- transistor radio were given to Bill Spooner and Edward Cokelet. The Girls' Club representatives, who were elected by classes Wed- nesday, are senior Barbara Ko- walczyk, junior Patsy Bixenmann, sophomore Chris Bixenmann. and Freshman Cheryl Williams. These members met on November 13 at Nadene LaChance's home. Mem- bers drew names for their Christ- mas gift exchange for the Decem- ber 18 meeting'. Secretary Dor- othy Gunter read a letter that she received from rpresentative Pmfl Herbert Connor and what they wanted for constitution. The next meeting will be held at the home of Dorothy Gunter on Nov. 26. The meeting was adjourned and refreshments were served. SKOOKUM COMMUNIY Club is having a rummage sale Nov. 22 at the PUD building. Busy Bells 4-H club meeting was held Nov. 12 at the home of theh' leader, Julia Bare, with the meeting being called to order by the president. Darlene Holtotg, and the flag salute led by Mary Beth Magnett. It was decided to have a Christmas party at Dixie LaFond's on Dec. 16 from 4 p.m. to 9 p.m. and also decided to have a bake sale at Safeway store from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Nov. 23. Record books and projects were passed out to the members and the meet- ing was adjourned. The next meet- ing will be held Nov. 26 at the home of Julia Bare. Live Wires 4-H club meeting was called to order by Linda Rains. flag salute was given, roll call was taken and minutes read. Members disct/ssed possibilities of a money raising project, and Ruth Ann Trotzer was elected chair- man of that committee. Other members of tle committee are Patty Mall and Becky Jackson. Live Wires had a swimming par- ty Nov. 15, and brought articles for Thanksgiving which Carolyn Brewer and Barbara Cook were on the cornmittee. The next meet- ing will be held at the home of Paula Woods on Dee. 5. at noon with their noses! These Freshman girls don't mind, how- ever, since they look fmvard to participating in the organization's many worthwhile activities in the future. Last Thm'sday annuals went on sale in the office. The Siskan price is $5 without an A.S.B. card. and $4 with the card. Hootenanny auditions were post- poned until this Monday in the band rooni to allow tinge for groups to work up numbers. The fifth edition of "Nomahi News" came out Friday and Mrs. Nelson advisor, rewarded suckers to the first nine people receiving a copy who could find an error in it, Senior pictures were expected to arrive today, Among the activities planned by the junior ' high this year are 'a talent show, a junior high paper, and a service club. Conriie Wells, Nancy Basil, and KdflyBeeber were chosen as ma- jorettes and have been added to the junior high band. MrS. Raines' home room class will receive an ice cream feed as they sold dinner tickets total- ing almost $190. Gary Miller, junior, was the best individual ticket seller with $37.50 worth due to his efforts. Susan Kowalczyk, 8th, coming in second with $31.75. Mexican exchange teacher. Flo- rencia Lomeli. was welcomed Tues- day at a reception assembly in- cluding the 'entire-school followed by a meeting with the Reception Committee, the faculty, and the student body officers. The Seniors are chosing and or- dering their graduation announce- ments and cards. PROTECT YOUR HOME THE MODERN WAY It is unwise tO use stone age methods to protect your home. For example: if you are still buying several different policies to cover fire, theft, per- sonal liability and other perils, there may be loop- holes or duplications in your protection. The mod- ern way is to own a Home- owners Policy which com- bines all essential cover- ages in one package. Call us about it. Angle Agency FOUR LEAVES 4-H club met at the Bakke home on Nov. 14. President Kathy Mell called the meeting to order and Gall Bailey led the flag salute. Points of dis- cussion was their Christmas pro- ject arid" forthcoming party. Next Herb Angle Angle Dick Angle Bldg. Ph. 426-8272 B STANDARD FIRE IURANCE COMPANY HARTFORa, CONNECTICUT -- - - _ e meetizg-of the club will be on December 5 at Bakke's. JOIN NOW FOR 1964! SEAFIRST CHRISTMAS CLUB HERE'S HOW IT WORKS .o, Deposit Weekly Receive Earle For Fifty Weeke Next November t $, o so $ ,s co $ * $ 1.00 b ...... . $ 50.00 $ 2.00 * ..... , $100.00 $ a.oo . . ...... $1so.0o $ s.oo . ....... $2so.oo $1o.0o . ..... SS00,00 e Plus full bank Interest SIGN UP WITH ANY $EAFIR$T TELLER You're always welcome at... NATIONAL BANK MEMeR FDERAL. OEWOeIT INeURANQe ORPORTIIIJ Allyn Couple Return Home After vai i islt With Relatives In Puyallup zJs"and more about the school. By Jacqueline Engman " ' ALLYN Susie Von Osten was honored Thursday evening with the monthly replenishing shower which was held in her home. She received many lovely gifts such as bath set_, two sets of bath towels, wall plaque, sea shell chip and dip set, hostess set, circle candle holder, table cloth, pyrex chip and dip set, paring knife and copper fish (jello) mold and a beautiful milk glass cake plate. Thirteen ladies attended: Ruth Nelson, Dorothy Griffey, Frances Peterson. Barbara Stmwno, Judy Von Osten, Dorothy Watson, Har- riet ChePlak, Jeri Griffey, F10r- ence Palms, Louise Mercer, Elaine Kowalczyk and Barbara Wynn. The ladies that could not be pres- ent, who sent gifts, were Celia Amacher, Martha Watson, Martlqa 5olley and Esther Valley. Susie served turkey, cheese, stuffed cel- ery, cake, apple pie, coffee and tea. Susie would like to thank all of the ladies for such a lovely shower. It was very nice. The Sam Clements are back in Allyn at their beach home after spending two weeks in Puyallup. While in Puyallup Mrs. Clemerits gave a bridal shower for her great niece at the "Top of the Ocean" in Tacoma. Fourteen relatives were present. Today is the regular open house meeting of the North Mason High School PTA. There will be demon- strations presented by the Phys- ical Education Department. Also exhibits in all classrooms and build|ngs. All parents are urged to attend. Get to know the teach2 Why pay penalty taxes? Em- ployers who are late in'filing their quarterly social security reports are requtrec to pay a 15an airy. ou an av'oid this added cost by fil- ing you r quarterly reports on'time. For the warmest feeling Let STANDARD HEATING Oil_ chase away the chills, Here's modern otl heat at its best..,refined to surround you with lean 8ale, dependable warmth in any weather, Call today for prompt service and the carefree comfort of an uninterrupted supply. For any Standard Oil product, call G, G, GGLE g SONS IHG,. 118 So, 3rd . 426.4411 THE BEACHCOMBER Club met Thursday, Nov. 14 at the home of Mrs. Carl Izett. They held their business meeting first then Mrs. Carl Izett served the ]3 members a luncheon which con- sisted of a luscious chicken casse- role, sala and a lovely dessert. A lovely flower arrangement dem- onstration was given by Mrs. Till- man and Mrs. Larson from the Bayshore Garden Club. Their next meeting for the month will be Dec. 12 at the Belfair Community Church in the fireside room at 11 a.m. At this time-the members will have their gift exchange with a'pot' luck 'lunCheon Ms0. The club this year plans to 'decorate individual Christmas trees for the patients at the Allyn House Nurs- ing Home. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Noel of South Colby and Mr. and Mrs. Art Kuehn of Poulsbo were dinner guestsat Mr. and Mrs. Earl Ter- rell's Friday evening for a fare- well to the ' Robert Noels who are tg:ing to California for the win- The 4-H sewing class met Nov. 12. The sewing class now has 10 members. They plan to start on their pin cushions at the next Nesting, November 26 at the home of Mrs. June Harding after chool. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Izett and Mr. and Mrs. O'rin Buckingham at- tended' National Grange conven- tion Saturday in Portland. Over 60 members of Grange attended from Mason County. Mrs. Nadeen Bradley, daughter- in-law of Mr. and Mrs. William Bra;dley of Victor, is up Visiting While helhus'bemd, Jet Fuel Tech- nician Bill Bradley, is out to See: On a nine month cruise aboard the U.S.S. Hornet. Victor Improvement club met Monday evening to make candles for Christmas. Twanoh Grange members met Friday evening With a guest spectre. er, Mr. Bob Baxter, whp is a square dance caller. He exaplained about square dancing and anser- ed questions for the inembers. Plans are being made to get a square dance club started. There will be more details soon[ THE FIRST AID clas met to- day at the Tire hall. The instruc- or is Howard Wynn. The next class will be held DecemlJer 4 at the fire hail which is the 'advanced class. A "home interior" party was held by Mrs. Ted Matson in their home Friday, Nov. 15 at 8 p.m. Seventeen ladies were present. Mrs. Matson served cake, jello, tea and coffee. The cake was an open book cake, which was dec- orated by Mrs. Matson. A good time was had by all. Let's remember our Allyn Mis- sion Church is now on full sched- ule again, key. Tom Fredrick is officiating. He is a family man with four children and is still serving with the U.S. Navy in Bremerton %'ednesday evening services start with turning Union at 5:30 and church at 6:30. Sun- day school starts at 9:45, church following at 11, and evening ser- vices at 6:30. Rev. Tom Fredrick fg ft'01' th Southern Baler/st de- nomination. WE SALUTE OUR GOOD FRIEHBS of Public Utility District No. I Your forward step in constructing a new head- quarters building is =n keeping with the rapid pro- gress being experienced generally throughout our Industry, and particularly appropriate in your own case. Our congratulafions and best wishes go with our firm knowledge that you will be thoroughly satis- fied and successful in your splendid new head- quarters. PUBLIC UTILITY DISTRICT NO. 3 6F MASON OUHTY JACK COLE, president ED TAYLOR, secretary TOM WEBB, vice president JERRY SAMPLE.S, manager STOP WHEN YOU SEE THIS S00GH This beacon is our part in bringing to completion the splendid new headquarters of Mason Coun!,Y Public Utility District No. 1. We hope you ww t accept the district officers' invitation to inspec the new quarters Sunday afternoon because We are proud and appreciative of the fact that we were able to have a role in its realization. Our sincere congratulations go to the officers of P.U.D. No. 1 and the patrons it serves for thcV progressive move 'm constructing these new quarters' CAPITAL NEON SIGN CO, NEON PLASTIC AND PAINTED SIGNS Licensed and bonded Sign Hangers 620 E. Legion Way, Olympia * Phone 357-4072 ou,,,,w,s. I AS WE HAVE S,O OFTE| (supplying some of the office furniture) |11 BUT WE GREATLY APPREGIATE HAVING HAD THE OPPORTUNITY to participate in bringing this fine new community improvement to completion. OUR THANKS TO PsU.D. I and best wishes to its officers and personnel in their new office quarters. MASON COUNTY STATIOHERS Del and Helen Cole 118 N. 2nd St. AGAIH WE'VE HELPED In Mason County's Prqgress Our Sincere Appreciation Goes to P.U.D. No. I of MasOn County for the opportunity to do the MASONRY ON THE NEW OFFICE AND MANAGER'S RESIDENCE Which is being introduced to the public at Next Sunday's Open House. FRANK S, HALLMEYER STONE AND BRICK MAON R.F.D. 5  Olympia  357-5191 f ' ' ' 1 EVERYTHIHG IS SO NICE. t Especially, for us, is the fact that we've had the oppor- tunity to participate in a fine community project for the first time by planning and carrying out the LANDSCAPING FOR THE NEW P.U.D. 1 OFFICE & RESIDENCE Although weather has been a severe handicap in slowing pro- ..... gress we invite your attention to the gardens and rockwork when you attend Sunday's Open House. We're proud, pleased and grateful to have had this small part in bringing this fine improvement to completion. SUNSET 00NDSGAP!N 6 Lawns - Landscaping * Rockeries * Shrubs * Trees * Leveling Top Soil * Tilling (Free estimates) HERB BAZE Phone426-4-718 Once more it has been our privilege and pleas0 to have shared in the progress of Mason County. ! Our gratitude goes to the Commissioners who pe mitred Us to help bring to completion, through fU  nishing and doing the glass installation, the fip new P.U.D. 1 office building and Manager's reS):: dence you are invited to inspect next Sunday. i are pleased to have been able to, assist in th! manner and we Offer OUR OLONGRATULATiONS t to the district for providing the community of Mason County with this fine improvement. OLYMPIA GLASS 0. GLASS FOR EVERY PURPOSE 717 Legion Way, Olympia  Phone 352=0555 FIRST CLASS... That's the basis on which P.U.D. No. 1 has built t'he new office headquarters and manager'S residence which you will see at Sunday's OP en House. We greatly appreciate the opportunity ! take part in this forward step for u u community and take this opportunity to th a" the Dmtmct Comm=ss=oners for alowng to furnish and hang the DRAPERIES In both tim office structure atd the Manager's Residence [, ! CONGRATULATIONS TOO ! HASON COUNTY PUP On its New Installation Quality Office Furniture Installed By H. D. BAKER CO, 1702 Tacoma Ave. So. Tacoma, BR 2-3227 PROGRESS HAKES THE NEWS WE LOVE TO PRINT Public Utility District No. 1 is making that kind of news or Mason County with its sY[ti customers.