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November 28, 1963 SI-IELTON--MASON COUNTY JOURNAL Published in "Christmastown, U,S.A.", Shelton, Washington PAGE 11 Publications NO. 3487 E TO CBEDITOR COURT OF THE OF WASIIINGTON FOR COUNTY IIN PROBATE} nlattor of the estate of E. MEDLICOTT. De- IS ttEREBY GIVEN that nod has been appointed lUalified as the Executrix of of KATHERINE E. MED- eceased: that all Persons aoainst said deceased Y required h) serve tile Y verified, on the under- Rensing o1' her altorney address below stated wilh tile Clerk oi togolher with proof el'vi('e within slx nlonths e ,date o1: first iml)lic'alion or the same wilt be RENSING Clanahan .Estate .Post Ofi'i:.e Address: Courtllouse shingnm 11/14-21-28 NO. 3456 OF IIEARING FINAL AND PFTITION FOB $ DISTRIBUTION UPERIOR COURT OF THE '.OF WASHINGTON FOR COUNTY of tile Estate of VIV- MORGAN. Deceased. Executrix of said filed with said Court her peril/on for distribu- Court tO settle said tile proI)erty to tile mtitled and to. dis- Said report will be heard on the of December, 1963, at I0 Courtroom of said Court, Courthouse at Shelton, ]8th day of November, M. WAGENER the Superior Court Vermillion. Clerk. SNYDER Law 5th SHELTON HIGH SCHOOL NEWS Girls Club Begins Toy Drive Christmas Project; Three Other Service Projects Set By Molly Murdey The annual Toy Drive, spon- sored by the Girls' Club. is now beginning its fi}'st week. Nancy Brooks. a junior, is chairman of this project. This year the Girls' Club is also sponsoring three other service projects. Each class ha a dif- ferent project, that is directed by its representatives to Girls' Club. Class representatives supervis- ing the various projects are sen- iors, Linda Hale and Joan Schnei- der: juniors, Colleen Shrum and Sandy Lewis and sophomores, Su- san Woods and Marguerite Neau. The senior girls are planning to help the patients at the Shel- ton Manor Kin'sing Home. They will assist the patients in writ- ing letters, prepare tray favors and provide special entertainment, as well as make regular visits to the home. One floor of the Mary Bridge Children's Hospital in Tacoma is the project chosen by the juniors. The girls have already had a work party at which they made stuffed animals and bean bags for the 30 children on the floor. who range in age from three to eight. They will provide tray favors for a special occasion each month beginning with Thanksgiving. To make a puppet' for each child is another of their goals. The sophomores are looking for- ward to a Christmas card project. lhe Girls' Chlb chapters in the Southwest "vVasttington League. THE BOYS earning letters in football lhis fall were honored at a special LeUtermen's Assem- bly held Nov. 15 in the gymnas- ium. First on the program was "Sa- lute To Shelton High School" by the band. This is the song written by band director Gary Nicloy last summer. The mixed choi{-, under the direction of Pat Havens. pre- sented three numtSers to th stu- dent body. George Hermes then presented the 1963 league championship tro- phy to the three -captains, Bob Walker. Bob Jeffery and Run Orr. Jeffery gave a brief accep- tance speech thanking the stu- dents for their enthusiastic sup- port. Coach Bob Sund awarded let- ters to those who had earned them. Two sophomores. 16 juniors and three managers, Sid Farcy, Bill Surrat and Vaughn Phillips, received letters. Senior lettermen, who have played Highclimber football for the last time. are Run Orr. Da Olson, Brian Brickert. Tim Shee- dy, Denny Wagner, Butch Dronen, Carl Dugger, Bob Jeff cry, Bob Walker. Kelly Hurst and Bob Kie- bm'tz. PEP CLUB is presently engag- ed in the project of selling key chains to raise funds for uniforms. Members have planned to pur- chase outfits for basketball sea- non.  The key chains are white and gold discs with a figure of a High'climber on one side and "Boost The Climbers. Shelton High School. Shelton. Wash." on the other. They sell for 75 cents. 11/21-28 12/5 3t They will design and make the SALE OF VALUABLE cards, which will be sent to all IIAL ON STATE LAND WASmNGTON. DEPART ..... gal'"U'+;i tiormea NATURAL RESOURCES, Le ns Commissioner of Public n'eby given that on Tues- NO. 3503 day of Decenlber, 1963, NOTICE TO CREDITORS L at ten o'clock in the fore- IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE at the Port Orchard. STATE OF WASHINGTON FOR uarters, located at Port of Kitsap, State of t, by the T)istrict Admin- said District the timber described state land public auction to the to-wit : No. 29199 Pond located approximat- west of Belfair. Tile sale of all marked timber on S SE, of Section 4: NE4. NE,6 NEt NWL all ill Township 22 North. s. W.M., containing 150 or leas. comprising approx- bd. ft. of Douglas fir. ,table bid: $4,620.00. be sold on a cash or in- Date of first publication: November Man basis, Tinlber must be 28. 1963. to Jane 30. 1964. ALLYN TAYLOR, Decca ber 17, 1963. at Executor each bidder must make a GLENN E. CORREA of $462.00 plus a $5.00 Attorney for Estate fee. or a total of $467.00 Bell Building of cash. money order or Sllelton, Washington Said deposit shall con- 11/28 12/5-12 3t opening bid at the ap- Upon award of this deposits shall be NO. 445 the unsuccessful bidders. NOTICE OF SALE OF ]REAL PROIL nlust pay tile balance ERTY AT PRIVATE SALE bid deposit and the full IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE day of saI. or lllay, STATE OF WASHINGTON FOR so elects at tile title ' MASON COUNTY (IN PROBATE) additional amount, to  In, the "Matter of the Estate of amount of the deposit, CARRIE L. GIFFORD. Deceased. h/ equal 25% of the NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that based on the cruise esti- that such deposit shall than $2.000.00. This bal- paid by personal check. nmst also furnish, within date of sale, a surety bond guarantee conlpliance of the bill of sale. All orders, etc.. are to be tile Commissioner of lity: Via Public road. contract and specifications at Port Orchard Dis- County Auditor's office of Commissioner of Olympia. ld at Port Orchard District on Tuesday, December o'clock n.m. which has been offered, no bids are received re-offered until it has It' all sales cannot ..within the specified time date. tile sale shall following day between of ten o'clock a.rn, and b.m. an said land will be less than the appraised by tile Commission- in the manner pro- a notice of which is now office of the Auditor of Admini- sale are: cash or install- L. COLE issioner of Public Lands 11/21-28 12/5-12 4t OF GROUND %%'ATER N.O. 6890 WASHINGTON. OFFICE OF WATER RE- Olympia L, ABEL. ET AL ground uated within Nil,, Lot NE-SE) 21 N., Mason per minIte, supply and each year. domestic must be dollar ($2,00) the State within November 28, y hand and official seal October, 1963. Upervisor of Water 11/21-28 2t FOR BIDS be received in the Office Commissioners, Shelton, until 2:00 P.M., Monday, for furnishing gaso- diesel, heating fuels mn products as may the County and City also including all School, .stricts who desire to of the bQnefit of this ; the calendar year instructions to lid- rms may be obtained the County Englaeer, submitted on the $0rm mat information will on bid awards. The the right to make be deemed to be in of the County, or all bids, Washington this 1963. Commissioners Washington, MASON Of the Board. 11/21-28 2t OF BOND CALL given that in ac- Section 14 of Ordin- s numbered 24 thru -0 1957 Sewer Bond Rev. be paid on and after and no interest will iven date. 11/28 It :MASON COUNTY IN PROBATE In the Matter of tile Estate of Students were dismissed from CHESTER L. TAYLOR. Deceased. school Wednesday at 1:30 to be- NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that 'in the four-and-one-half contin- the undersigned has been appointed and has qualified aa the Executor UOUS days of_ vacation. ,Iappy of the Estate of Chester L. Taylor, Thanksgiving-! deceased: that all persons having Clainls against said deceased are" here- by reqliredto serve the sanle, duly verified, on the undersigned Executor SAVINGS BOND SALE or his attorney of record at tile ad- "October sales of U, S. Savings dress below stated and file tbe same Bonds in Washington amounted to with the Clerk of the said court, to- $.I,903.254," Volunteer County gether with proof of such service within six months after tile date oi Savings Bonds Chairman L. A. first publication of this nobice or the Carlson announced here today. "Of same will be barred, this total $5,463 worth of Savings Bonds were purchased in Mason County," the chairman continued. tile undersigned, will, on or after the 16th day of December 1963, offer for sale, and sell, the following de- scribed real property situated in Hoolsl)ort, Mason County, Washing- ton. to-wit : Lot 12 and the West 15 feet of Lot 11, Block 12. Plat of Hoods- port, Mason County, Washington. Together with vacated North 10 feet of Grove Street. as shown on said plat, adjoining above de- scribed reI property on the South. All acording to official plat there- of on file in the office of the Aud- itor of Mason County, Washington. All bids mst be in writing, may be delivered to tne undersigned Executor at his office in the Angle Bldg.: Shelton, hrashington or ma be fileu in tile office of tie Clel:k of the above entitled Court. The undersigned reserves the right to reject any and all bids, said prop- erty will be sold for cash, or sn and credit and shall be subject to the ratification confirmation and ap- proval of the above entitled Court. Dated this 22nd day of November 1963. B, FKLIN I-IEU.Sy%N Executor of he above state, Angle Bldg., Shelton, Wash. B. FRANjJIN HEUSTON AAtntgl?eY;dg. Shelton, /2Wsashington ' 11/ 12/5-12 3t NOTICE OF BOND REDEMPTION Notice is herb, by given that Mason County Fire District No. 2has elected to call for payment and redemption on January 1. 1964, Boffd .Nualbers 17 through 24 inciu.svc, oi the .outstand- ing genertl oongauon bonas known as" "ilason gOU8 ire Protection District No. , . _ neral Obliga- tion Bnus", adieu January 1 1958 in the principal sum of $30'00000' bearing interes at the rate of "5 per' annUm, pay a0le lli-annnnll The 0w.ners add- holders o-f-'s*i'd bonds are hereby notified to present for redemption payment on 1964. at tile of Ma- st Shelton, FURTIIER NOTIFIED that on saidbonds will cease January 1, 1964, This notice is given by Order of the Commissioners of :Fire District No. 9. of_ Mason County Vtashington :Dated Ibis 28th day 'of No{:ember " 1. " JOHN B. COLE Mason Coumy Treasurer. SEAL 11/28 It NO. 3500 NOTICE TO CREDITORs" IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON FOR MASON COUNTY IN PROBATE In the Matter of the Estate of AGNES R. CARLSON, Deceased. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned has been a, Ppointed and has qualified as the Amnistrator Of the Estate of Agnes R: arlson, de- ceased; that all persons having elatms against said deceased are hereby re- quired to serve the same, dul_v Vao fled, on the undersigned Admtn[sh:a+or or hiSbettoraey o( resorfdilat the ad- dress ow state an e the same with the Clerk of the said COurt, to- gether with proof ot @ucn Service with- in six months after .tne date of first publication of this notice or the sme will be barred. Date of first publication: November 28: 1963, ALVIN R. CARLSON GLENN" E, CORREA Attorney for Estate Bell Building Sheltofl. Washington 11/28 12/5-12 3t NOTICE OF HEARING The Planning Commission of tile Cit of Shelton will hold a nublie he2;ing at 7'..30 P:mv. Monday, De: cember 2, 196.., _ne Commission Room at the Qty . a on the request of roC S urtevan for a zon o   .... e  of Lots 4 tlru  0t J. B Shelt ^- Addition ,from P.1 tO t3. ' .... KUt' , MANN "Riairman 1.1/28 It Unoccupied.Home Lilliwaup Area Families Make On Harstine PlansFor Thanksgiving Day Island Burns By Cindy %Vaile HARSTINE .... In 1901 Melvin Sutton. a boy of five. and his By Franees Cairo LILLIWAUP "Over the river and through the woods to Grand- mother's house we go . . " Thanksgiving, the great nation- al family day for counting bles- Public Utility District No. i of Mason County. Il was considered almost impossible to reach every- one planning to attend in order to cancel the affair. At tables decorated with au- tumn colors and using handsome I NORTH MASON SCHOOL NEWS Senior Class Play Is Postpmmd Because Of Death Of President; Hootenanny Lacks Talent By Margie Green l at ]:30 p.nl, for the Thanksgiving The cast of "The Mouse That Holiday. Roared" was notified Friday of It was announced Friday that the tragic death of President Ken- many of the senior picttu'es were nedy duriug its last senior play read+v for Pick-up at Dean, rehearsal. Meanwhile high school COUPLES ATTENDING the principal, Mr. Larson. carried the Junior Prom. "Red Sails in the family moved to Harstine Island. They built a home at Ballow at this time which was still stand- ing until this Saturday. The house bnrned to the ground by causes unknown. Melviu Sutton had lived in this Ballow home for 60 years. Then he moved to a rest home outside of Shelton where he died in 1961. The Sid Baunsguards spent the weekend in Seattle visiting with relatives, the Ned Brownings. Sunday guests of the Sid Batms- guards were Mrs. Ned Shura and her son. Scott. Thursday, the Nels Bauns- guards hosted a party to celebrate Nels and Mables' 16th wedding anniversary and A1 Pridham's birthday. Those present were the Gordon Simmons. the Raymond McCoulloehs. and the AI Prid- hams. Congratulations to Nels. Mable and AI. Gordon and Gret Simmons spent Friday night visiting with the Charles Sewarts of McCleary. Gret and Mrs. Sewart enjoyed the evening by attending the Moonlight Sale, which was held in Shelton. WEEKEND GUESTS of the Stan Yates were Mr. and Mrs. Luther Freshhour and son Gary all of Edmonds. and staying for an undetermined visit was Mrs. Florance Wigle of Salem. Ore. The George Twidwells of Shel- ton and their new baby, Fredrick, were Friday evening guests of the Jack Meeks. Also visiting the IVeeks was Billie Stanborsky. WE ARE SORRY to report that Larry Jerrell is in the Shelton General Hospital. Hope you get well soon, Larry. Hunting season was opened for three days, Sattu'day, Sunday, and Monday. Mr. Peugh reports that one deer wen off the island in that period. Dorothy Barnett hosted a par- ty for her daughter. Nancy, this Saturday at their summer home on the island Nancy wad eight years old, Those attending the party were Jan and Lorna Sae- ger, Vincent. Mike. and Patty Glaser. Jody Carlson. and Terry and Davey Knauf. Happy Birth- day, Nancy! Victor Community Club To Sponsor Dance in Club Hall Saturday Night By Jacqueline Engman ALLYN --- The Victor Com- munity Club is sponsoring a dance which will be held Nov. 30 at the Victor Community Hall. Mr. and Mrs. George Manthie and family of Seattle were week- end guests at lhe Reg Engman home. Mrs. Manthie is Mr. Eng- man's sister Elementary PTA met Nov. 21 and are having a rummage sale Dec. 6 at the old Shelton Jour- aal office in Shelton. Rummage is needed Call Ada Venard CR 5- 3381. Bobble Johnson CR 5-2372 or leave at the Allyn grade school. The next elementary PTA will meet Dec. 5 at 8 p.m. at the BeN fair elementary gynl. There will be three guest speakers: Rev. Wendell Harder. Rev. Robert Ha- vens and Father Shilley. They will speak on "What Christmas Means to You". Also. two local Clubs which are the Evergreen and Beachcomber Garden Club. will have Christmas projects on display. Shower I. Kamilche Home Honors Bride-To.Be By Frances Simmons KAMILCHE A wedding show- er was held Monday evening for Sharon Huising of Shelton at the home of Mrs. Eugene Taylor, The marriage of Sharon Huising and Donald Whitener will take place on Thanksgiving eve and will be reported in next week's Journal. Mrs. Antone Ellison was hostess of the shower, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Hill and daughter Shelly spent the weel end at the Richard Durken home. Jess Hnskey, The Dalles, Ore. is visiting at the Martin Otto home. Installation of officers for all granges will be held Friday, at the Shelton Valley Grange. Ruth Nelson and Florence drove to Oakvilte Tuesday for a meeting of the Chairwomen of the Home Economics clubs. Last Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Eu- gene Taylor visited in Seattle at the John Arnold and Jim Blake families. CALLERS AT THE Herb Nelson home Sunday were Mrs. Lorene Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. Ai Luhm and Ray Morkert of Shel- toll. We are glad to report that Cecil Blackwelder is on the road to re- covery after having a bout with pneumonia last week when he was confined to his bed at hunts. Pat Smith, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alex Smith, returned to his home in Kamilche after spending some tnne working in Oakland. Calif. Mrs. Mary Williams of Metla- katla, Alaska visited the first of the week at the Frances Simm5ns home. Mrs. Wesley Whitener is re- covering at her home after undec- going an operation in the Sbelton hospital on Friday of last week. Thursday of last week Frances Simmons, Phil Simmons and Mrs. Grace Bartlett of Shelton visited the Michaol Buckner home in t2a- lem, Ore. Monday callers at the Phil Simmons home were the A. W. Graham family of "Tacoma. The -7- meeting will be held Tuesday at JuMe Hardings .right after school to discuss the bakd sale bein planned for Christmaa treats for the Allyn school. More details in next week's paper LOIS SCISSON is in the Hat+ rison Memorial hospital in Brem- erton for surgery. Lois. we all wish you a real speedy recovery." Mrs. Betty Edwards and chil- ten plan to spend Thanksgiving with Betty's mother in Aberdeen. TRey plan to retnrn home Dec. 3. Elvin R. Edwards, Betty's hus- band. is planning on going moose hunting in Canada. This is his first trip to Canada moose hnnt- ing. Victor Ladies' Chlb Christmas party Will be Dec. 17 at 8 p.m. at the home of Pat Schiltinger. Husbands are invited to attend. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Boyce have guests Mr. and Mrs. Archie Cle- ge, Victoria. B.C. They have been friends for over 50 years. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hirsch entertained Mr. and Mrs. Steve Boyee and Mr. and Mrs. Archie Ctege for dinner Friday evening. The lady to be honored for the replenishing shower for this month m :Mrs. Dorothy Watson. The shower will be held Dec. 5 at 8 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Dor- othy Watson, The Birthday Club met at Mrs. Sally Pilland's Nov. 20 to cele- brate Martha Dishon's and Mrs. Raphlien's birthdays. Fourteen members attended. The next Birthday Club will meet Decem- ber' 13 at 7:30 p.m. in the evening at Mrs. Lucille Rice's ]tome in Shelton. This will be the Christ- mas party. DECEMBER 11 is the First Aid Advanced Class It is to be held at the Allyn Fire Station. How- ard Wynn is the instructor. The Beachcomber Garden Club pancake dinner which was held for raising of the scholarship fund was a big success. Sgt, Walt Marinjeau, wife and daughter spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Sam Clements. Mrs. Marinjeau is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Clements. Sgt. Walt Marinjeau is leaving for Korea. on Monday. This is his fourth duty in Korea. He is to be gone for 13 months. We all hope Mr, and Mrs. Ernie Blair will really enjoy their new trailer home. sings, despite national and per- sonal tragedies, brings parents, children and grandchildren to ga- therings in many of ore" eomnmn- ity homes. Three grandchildren. Kelly, Ste- ven and Shawn with their moth- er, Mrs. Alice Dullenty of Shel- ton. will be with tim Jack Leim- backs of Holiday Beaelk for Thanksgiving. They will be feeling especially thankful because of lhe news that another grandson, rune year oid son of their son-m-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs, Ter- ry Wiekhorst of Tacoma, is re- covering nicely from an emergen- cy operation appendectomy per- formed Saturday night. Other guests at the Leimback home will be Mr. and Mrs. Frank MeIntyre. MILS. MATTIE Backlund will be with eight grandchildren when she goes to Port Angeles for Thanksgiving at the home of her son. Stanley Smith, where thele are three grandsons. Her son. Bob, and his dfe. who will be with them. have five children. At the Jack Cairo home for Thanksgiving were six small grandchildren, with their parents. Mr, and Mrs. John A. Catto of Seattle, with two daughters. Ka- thryn and Carolyn, will spend Thursday and Friday here. as will Mrs. Catto's son and daughter-in- law, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hill and their son. Bert, and daughter, Eileen, of Seattle. Dr. Mack Knut- sen and Mrs, Knutsen, her son- in-law and daughter, with child- ren. Carl and Eaten. will come from Tacoma for the day. Thanksgiving Day guests of Mr. and Mrs. Roland "vVillson of Holi- day Beach will include Mrs. Will- son's mother. Mrs, Alice Reid of Shelton and Matthias Gutmann. Coming for the holiday and en- suing weekend are Mr. and Mrs. Richard Reid. Mrs. Willson's bro- ther and his wife from Prosser. At the Seattle home of their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Nelson Faith and Lew- is Evans of Holiday Beach will be with their eight grandchildren lhis Thanksgiving. Four are the Nelson children and four will be present with their parents, Mrs. and Mrs. Robert Wahl of Tacoma. Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Sceva were planning- to spend their Thanks- giving Day with Mrs. Seeva's bro- ther-in-law and sister. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Knox in Tacoma. YVHILE HER husband was on a hunting expedition last week- end Mrs. Sig Anderson dtv ,t,o Tacoma for a visit with he{" :so- in-law and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Tahja. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Gerkensmey- er. of the Lilliwaup Motel, are in Seattle today for Thanksgiving dinner at the home of their old friends, l,eonard and Alice My- ers. At the John Aaro home guests today will be Mr. and Mrs. Tom McNally, son-in-law and daughter of Mrs. Aaro. and their four children. Mrs. Lewis Eva(s, Lilliwaup postmistress, with the postmist- resses of other Hood Canal offi- ces, Union, Potlatch and Hoods- port, was hostess for the district meeting of the National Assoc- iation of Postmasters. held Sun- day in the Cushman Resort at Lake Cushman. Some 60 inchlding representatives of the regional of- lice. were present for the sessions and the smorgasbord dinner that evening. Mr. and Mrs. D. VV. Cheatham are in Seattle for today's festiv- ities at the home of Mrs. Cheat- ham's son. Ralph, Seattle archi- tect Two grandsons, Ken and Ross, will welcome them. Another son, Jo)m, now in Mexico with his wife I the former Marlis Hoff of Lilliwaupi and their baby daughter, writes that they. will soon be returning to New York City. John, a sculptor and instruc- tor at the Pratt Institute. is to exhibit his work in New York in January. Many Iocat people attended the open house, held Sunday at Pot- latch to officially open the new office and residence quarters of silver tea and coffee service, mere- news Lo the rooms m the build- bers of the Hood Canal Women's Iings , announcing that scltool Club were in charge of serving would dismiss at 12:30 that day. refreshments at the open house. CHRISTMAS GIFTS for sale and ideas for making them will feature the meeting Thursday, De- cember 5. of the Hood Canal Gar- den Club in the clubhouse at Pot- latch. Mrs. George Moake will demonstrate the making of gifty coat hangers and also parchment Christmas cards. All interested are invited and asked to bring with them two rolls of Scotch lape, two eight-yard balls of con- trasting colored rug yarn for making the hangers. The club will have a business session at 11 a.m. followed by a potluck luncheon and the afternoon program. News of the tragic death of as- sassination of President John F. Kennedy resulted in caneellation of plans by the Lilliwaup Com- munity Club to hold a pinochle party Friday night, Nov. 22. The next business meeting, scheduled for Friday evening, Dec. 13, will be followed by the party, the second in a series sponsored by the club. This meeting will be preceded by thc usual potluck dinner. LILLIWAUP members attend- ing enjoyed the busy day of ac- tivity when the Hood Canal Fed- erated Woman's ClUb, incorporat- ed held its November meeting Thursday. A revised constitution and by-laws were adopted at the business meeting and above is the form in which the club's name will be used. according to the re- vised constitution. Mrs. Mattie Backlund. secre, tary of the Lilliwaup Community Club, regrets that report of the extensive renovation done on the club building did not include the name of Olaf Broten. one of the most faithful workers on the pro- jeer. It was Mr. Broten. who built the clothes closet and did much other carpenter and paint- ing work, said Mrs. Backlund. Clarence A. Robinson, son of Allle Robinson. shot a two-point buck while hunting this weekend with his father and Dave Collins of Cushman in the Matlock vic- inity. With his wit]e and two daughters. Clarence, a Seattle ac- countant, was a weekend guest at the Allie Robinson home in Lilli- waup, Getting news of the game bag- ged by hunters presents some kiifficulties, this reporter finds. but we understmd that the buck deer hunting was quite good in our area. Most of them were brought in from the low bottom regions or lip above the snow line. A party of five. it was reported, bagged three buck near here, the hunters shooting thenl up above the snoW. IT IS AN O+I)DITY of sports- men not to be too specific in telling just where they were suc- cessful h their fishing and hunt- ing expeditions, "'Where are they getting the elk ? .... Where's the best fishing?" they ask on arrival, but when they leave with their kill or their catch, they are inclined to be un- communicative. Of course, there are exceptions, where someone. proud of his success is coopera- tive in giving the details. Making the trip by jet plane to Los Angeles, Mr. and :Mrs. N. J. Seeva returned Tuesday from a two week visit with Nick's rela- tives in California. They were lests of his sister, Mrs. Ruth Warnecke. in Hawthorne and his niece. Mrs. Art Kessler, in Lan- caster, Calif. They also visited a nehpew and his-family at New- port Beach. While in Lancaster Zoe had the pleasure of seeing a cousin whom she hadn't seen for 40 years. Disneyland, KnoWs Ber- ry Farih, other tourist attrac- tions arid an air show at Palm- dale were enjoyed by the visitors. With the exception of a few showers, they had good weather, in contrast, to the stead, y doWn- pour at home. Nick, a multiple sclerosis wheelchair patient, found the jet plane a comfortable, quick way to make possible for him a change of scenery and a vacation with relatives. First Snow At Lake Nahwatzei Lasts Only A Short Time By Joann Tupper LA!,E NAHWATZEL---. Lake Nahwatzel received its first snow of the season a week ago Tues- day, but didn't last long' enougl nor did it continue to snow for it to be nice for last week-ends ex- tended buck eason, which closed Monday. Did see a few bucks go out over the week-end. Last Friday Mr. and :Mrs. F, E. Hewson motored to Oakville on business. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Tupper visit- ed at the home of Clarence Burg- er of Cosmopolis last Thursday. Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Ford over the week-end was their grandson, Steve Crapo, MaUock, and friend, Miss Mary Lou Conk- lin. Morton. They are both attend- ing College at Contralto. Jerry Stone of Seattle was week-end guest at the home ot Mr. and Mrs, Archie Kelley. Visit- ing the Kelleys Saturday evening was Mr. and Mrs. Dehnar Stone of SeattJe. Saturday overnight guests at the Kelleys was Kelley's brother. Jake Kelley, and Mrs. Alice Whit- ney, both of Sllelton. Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Frank dicapped Cooper over the weekend was Scho()i. Sgt. and Mrs. Robert Cunning- ham, and children. David and Mike and Jin Franklin. all of Tacoma. Overnight guest last Saturday night at the home of Mr. ad Mrs. Lee Dawson was their son's Ed- die's fi'iend. Mike Byrd of Shel, ton. MR. AND MRS. AMEL TVEIT motored to Mayfield last Sunday to visit with friends. The Tveits have blooming in their garden right now, violets and Easter lil- ies. It sure must be a beautiful sight, especially in November. Mr. and Mrs, Cliff red Evans Nov; 19, celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary with their children. Roy, Mel. Don, and Ken ny. Last Saturday evening Mr. and Mrs. At-Tupper motored to Stem- err;on with Mr, and Mrs Art Palmer of Matlock to pick up John Tupper who has a few days off from College. Dick Tupper and his dad, A1 Tupper last Sunday attended the Cltm Bake at WaDter Park in Shelton put on by the Shelton NimlX)d Club. The proceeds ,from the Clam Bake iv to help the han- children a t Rogers He later discussed play plans with director M'r. Merrill and decidec to postpone the production until a more appropriate time in the fu- ture, The Hootenanny scheduled for Dec. 6 by tie Senior Class has been postponed due to lack of avail- able talent. The new date for the Hootenanny and all other infor- mation concerning it will be put in future bulletins. Another A.S.B. Dinner Ticket result is that Alan Cady took third place in the contest by selling a total of $15. Thet will be volleyball turn- out for junior and senior high girls on Tuesdays and Fridays. Wednesday the girls attended the final G.A.A. session of the season. Individual pictures were hand- ed out at noon last Tuesday. LAST WEEK SENORS receiv- ed the order of their class pins. The juniors have continued order- ing their pins from the Seniors. who are using the sales money as a money raising project. Journalism apples were to be sold at noon Friday., for 10 each. They will be sold at the upcom- ing-  basketball games: all funds will go toward paying the expens- es of the Press Clinic this spring for the Nomahi News Staff. There was no third period class yesterday School was dismissed Sunset". received their color pic- tures last week. The background for the photos was a sailboat with red sail. The Thanksgiving edition of the NOMAHI NEWS was scheduled for printing yesterday. Senorita Florencia Juarez Lom- eli arrived Wednesday and was honored by a reception assembly. Following her welcome. Mrs.+Har- ris. high school secretary, was giv- en a gift for }fer wonderful wori on the dinner. Foursquare Church 910 East Dearborn Sunday School ............ 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship .... 11:00 a,m. C. Y.'s & Cadets ........ 6:00 p.m. Evening Service .... 7:00 p.m. Bible Study (Wed.) .... 7:00 pm. Lewisd, Wysong, pastor 1/31 tfn , , i ,, MT. VIt=W Alliance Church Washington and J Sts. Sunday School ............ 9:45"a.m. Morning Worship .... 11:00 a.m. A. Y. F ......................... 6.00 p.m. Evening Service ........ 7:00 p.m. Prayer Hour (Wed.) 7:30 p.m. Robert S. Wick, Pastor t . . . ST. DAVID'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH Fourth & Cedar. Shelton, Washington The Rev. Clarence A. Lody, Priest THANKSGIVING DAY -- NOV. 28- 7:30 A.M. Holy Communion 11:00 A.M. --- Holy Communion Sunday, Dec. 1-- 7:30 a.m.--Holy Communion. 9:30 a.m. Church School & Adult Bible Class 11:00 a.m. Divine Worship. The Church is always open for meditation and prayer FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Rev. E. C. Knautz, Pastor 5th & Cota Rev. Alfred Sandoval, Minister of Christian Education SUNDAY, DEC. 1 9:30 a.m. Sunday School 11:00 a.m. Morning Worship THIS IS AMERICA'S HOUR 6:00 p.m. Youth Groups 7:00 p.m, SOMEBODY TURN ON..THE LIGHT Morning BKiASI Worship over ) I 1280 - 11:00 a.m. Wed. 7:00 p.m.Bibie Study and P+rayer for the family i - - SHELTON ASSEMBLY OF GOD 130 East Pine Street Mason Younglund, pastor Sunday School-For All Ages .............................................. _9:45 A.M. Morning Worship ................................................................... 11:00 A.Mo Christ's Ambaadors (Youth) ............................................ 6:00 P.M. Evangelistic Service .................................................................. 7:00 P.M. Wednesday-Bible Study" and Prayer .................................... 7:00 P.M. I ,,t , , , t ' ' 'I RST CHURCH OF CHRISTi SCIENTIST R 302" Alder St., Shelton, Wash. Smfflay School 11i00 a.m -- Church 11 a.m. Wednesday evening testimony meetings 8 p.m. Reading room locaed in church, iZeading room hours 2 to 4 p.m, :M:on. & Fri, red. evening 6:45 to 7:45. I FAITH LUTHERAN CHURCH I 7th and Franklin Street I 8:15 and 11:00 Morning Worship Services ] 9:30 Sunday School and Adult Bible Class ] CARL J. C&RLSEN, PASTOR Affiliated with American Lutherm Church :: .... .... THE METHODIST GHURIIH North 4th and PIn St'eets REV. HORACE H. MOUNTS, MINISTER -8:30 and 11:00 a,m. Worship Services 9:45 a.m. Church SchooI for all ages - 6:30 p.m. Youth Fellowsihp , t ;, , ' " i i FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH Arcadia and Lake Boulevard Charles D. Wigton Bible School ..... 9:45 a.m. Youth Meetings 5:80 p.m. Worship ............ I1:00 a.m. Family Service 630 p.m. Wednesday  Bible Study and Prayer -- 7:30 p.m. lll Care Service A,ailable at 11:00 Service MT. OLIVE LUTHERAN CHURCH Morning Worship ........................................ 8:30 a.m. & 11:00 a.m. HORTHSIDE BAPTIST WK0HES Y0U A New Church Growing With Shelton Temporary Meeting Place -- 13th & East E. St, E. A. Ormsbee, pastor