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,i activiti,,s were brought to a rude Saturday evening, Mrs. Ann a in good standing in spite of their distraction visited on every school 0n:l|hea bus driver he would shortly have a nervous breakdown, chiP yC &apos; * * 1 wi|e r.O l It, lk. _Jbim HambUrg ts cor q' ' - ielY c choColSV |to LIFE I#SURANGE WITHOUT ;;;) RED TAPE NO physical exam is necessary. No complicated medical history is re- quired. Most ;.tna Cas- ualty Homeowners policy. holders can qualify. Bene- fits depend upon age at death (beginning with $13,500 at age 25) with double indemnity for ac. cidental death. All for $60 per year. Contact us for details. Angle Agency [ Phone 426-8272 Angle Bldg. Herb Angle  Dick Angle ,smr00 t l[lWJ  sun co.eJun / .,,,o., By Betty Dean UNION .... The Union Ladies' Civic Club will have a Christmas party for the children of the com- munity on Dec. 13 at the com- munity hall. The tme will be 8 p.m. There will be a music pro- gram. The ladies canceled their card party Saturday night. A date will be announced later for the next one. Helen and Sally Pearce were hostesses for a baby shower for Robin Colas at Helen's home Fri- day. A beautiful decorated cake with an umbrella and angel on top was served to the 14 ladies there. Robin and family moved here recently from California. Mr. and Mrs. Terry Morse and son Kenneth have moved into the Richardson house here. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ira Morse. and shocking halt by the grim news of the assassination of Pres- ident John F. Kennedy last Fri- day. Mothers' Club Game Night, Orthopedic Country Store. plans to attend sports events and other activities were cancelled until fur- ther notice in deference to the tragic oceurence. Many persons attended memorial services held at the churches Sunday and Monday as a mark of respect to the late President, while others soberly fol- lowed the sad happenings of the weekend on radio and television; almost unable to believe the liv- ing drama thereon unfolded. Saturday morning many of our volunteer firemen and citizens were drawn from their homes by the shrill shriek of the fire siren. Bruce Fulmer, who had been bus- ily working on burning the soot out of his chimney, became some- BETTE COWAN was elected T what concerned at the size of the one of the cheer leaders at the flu fire and, copsidering several Hood Canal junior high. Congrat- ulations BeLLe. Ellen Rebman was hostess for a pinochle party at her beautiful home at Madrona Beach Nov. 20. Those attending were Tillie Sher- man, Lil Updyke, Edgh Walter, Betty Dean and Shirley Cowan. High score for the day went to Edith Walter. WELL DRILLING water guaranteed MYERS PUHPS Sales and 24 hour service Russell Drilling 0. Bill Russell Phone 426-4245 J sizeable cracks existing in the chimney, had wisely called upon our Volunteer Fire Depart* ment. Upon the arrival of the fire department, the fire had been brought under control but the fire- men stood by until all was ab- solutely safe. Bruce wishes to extend his-sincere thanks to our fire department and all others who made 'their help available. Bruce is fully enjoying his course in cabinet making at the Tacoma Vocational-Technical School. This two-year course is followed by four years of apprenticeship. Sis- ter Susan is attending Seattle's Queen Anne High school and lov- ing every minute of it. In view of this, fortunately, harmless fire. it would be timely to warn all householders to in- spect the condition of chimneys as well as stoves and furnaces. With winter just a few weeks away, such fires are a constant threat and can be very costly if they be- come out of control. We hope eve- 190 TRACTOR- TYPE CLEATS! They dig in - pull you 1]rough snow like a tractorl 2 '2"40 ,i:: blackwall plus tak and" 2 tiros off )'OUr car. NO MONEY DOWN! BRAND NEW! Not RETREADSI Not SECONDS] GOODYEAR NATION-WIDE "NO LIMIT" GUARANTEE No Limit On Months -- No Limit on Miles --No Limit As To Roads -- No Limit As To Speed -- For The Entire Life Of The Tread. ALL NEW GOODYEAR AUTO TIRES ARE GUARANTEED against de- fects in workmauship and mterials aud normal road hazards, except, re- pairable pltncturcs. IF A GOODYEAR TIRE FAILS UNDER THIS GUARANTEE any o1 more than 80,000 Goodyear dealers in the United States and Canada will mak allowance on a new Lira based on original tread depth renmining aud current "Goodyear Price". When Snow says"NO':.. ,o OODP00'EAR .00GO G SHAUB - ELUSON COMPANY SHELTON TACOMA PUYALLUP Front & Grove 19th & Pacific Ave. 5th & E. Main Goodyear Distributors For Over 40 Years! WeE!berg attended reception held for the Grand Conductress of the Order of Eastern Star of the State of Washington, Mrs. John Warnock, at the cafeteria of the beautiful new Cascade high school in Everett. Ann, Conductress of the Belfair Order of Eastern Star, Ch. 241, was one of five of the ten conductres.qes attending from the Kitsap-Mason County area.. Upon having arrived in Everett. Ann placed daughter Marcella on the Mt. Vernon-bound bus where she was met by her Godparents, Buss and Margie Borgford. After the Eastern Star reception, over- cast by a somber air by our na- tion's loss, Ann, joined Marcella and the Borgfords in Mr. Vernon, spent the night with them, spent Sunday following the weekend's tragic eents on television and re- turfied to Grapevew Sunday even- ing. OUR FIRST SNOW OF this season fell last Tuesday. fortun- ately, most of the large lacey flakes barely reached the ground before they had melted. However, some snow remained on either side of the more sheltered stretches of the "Grapeview Freeway" for several days, reminding us that winter is almost upon us. To escape the rigors of a Jack- son Hole, Wyoming winter, Mr. and Mrs. Don Query Sr. have again moved west for the season, will be living in Bremert0n the duration, much to the delight of the Query's Jr. Mrs. Bill Staudt, Jr., upon re- ceiving the disturbing news Fri- day that her mother was rapidly losing her eyesight, made imme- dia;te plans for a visit with her. Leaving Saturday for the home st her sister, Mrs. Emil Norman, m Lemon Grove, Calif. with whom her mother, Mrs. Amalia Boet- tner, is living. Judy was accom- panied by lrs. Esther Garland who plans to take advantage o this opportunity to attend to per- sonal business in San Diego. Judy plans to spend Thankgiving at the Normans and hopes to be able to be home this weekend. Extensive improvements to the basement of the Grapeview school are underway as per mggestions from the State Fire Marshall. Contractors are replacing much of the old electrical wiring and pre- paring to cover the ceiling with plasterboard. Bus No. :12, which has been used in the pa,qL Lo transport our eighth to twelfth grade Grapeview Students to Shelton, has been re- placed by Bus No. 3 which is a smaller transit type. Grapeview youngsters riding to classes at hlt0n's Junior and Senior High S ch00ls are eighth graders Don Pogreba, Jerry Hill and Rormie Peters; ninth graders Don Nell, Danhy Sanford and Chief Clayton; Sophomores Larry Lutz and Don Reister; Juniors Ginny Freeman and Elaine Zehe and Seniors Ralph Nell, Tom Mills, Pare Clay- ton and Liz S0mers. Matlo00ck ladies bToE " Clu nterta00n By Dor Hearing MATLOCK -- The Matlock La- dies' Club will entertain their hus- bands and families with a roast beef dinner Sunday at 1 p.m., at the Matlock Grange Hall. There will be joint installation of Grange officers at the Shelton Valley Grange Friday evening at 8 p.m. by Deputy Master Martin Auth. Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Hardie of Shelton spent Saturday evening with Mr. and Mrs, R. E. Brad- berry. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Harlen of Elms spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Elvin Hearing. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Valley and son LeRoy spent Friday eve- ning with the Rodger Spaulding family. NFR. AND MRS. CLAUDE Leg- acey and family of Tacoma and Mrs. Sam Diggle and, children were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Valley. Sherri and Stanley Goodburn of Shelton spent the weekend with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs, Lad Rossmaier. The Larry Chamberlin family of Shelton were Saturday evening overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lad Rossmaier. Mr. and Mrs. Lad Rossmaier and the Carl Goodburn family and the Lrry Chamberlin family spent Sunday at Rochester with the Senior Rossm;iers. MR. AND MRS. I. C, FORD spent Saturday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Willian Walko of Clo- qualhnn. Mrs. J. D. Simpson of Bremer- ton spent the weekend (:ith her mother, Mrs. J. R. Singleton. Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Boothe and family of Hoquiam spent Sunday and Monday at the I. C. Ford home. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew McGarvic and daughter Nancy and Marga- ret left by car Satul:day for Deer- field, IlL to spend a few weeks with relatives and attend the wed- ding of iVr. McGarvic's nephew there. GENE BROVN returned from the Shelton hospital this week after major surgery on Itis leg. We all hope for a speedy recovery. :hi]-. and Mrs. Earl Walker are spending a few weeks in Calif- ornia with their son and daughter- in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Walk- er and also visiting the Garth Calkin family. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Bradbcrry were dinner guests of ,Mr. and Mrs. Elvin Hearing Monday. - Mr. and Mrs. I. C. Ford and Mrs, J. R. Singleton spent Fri- day evening with the Herbert Brehmeycr Jr. family. By Lane Premo "Very humerous" could sum up the freshman class play last week. The play, "Seventeen Is Aw- fully Young", was under the direction of Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Schwarck. "Seventeen Is Awfully Young" was written by Ruth and Nathan Hale and is a three act play. The setting was a small town called Riverdale, USA. The play seemed to go over very well at the evening show for the adults as about 250 parents stayed for the whole performance. The story was based on two sis- ters, one shy and one boy crazy, moving to a strange town. THEY THEN GO on to their natural ways wtien all of a sudden everyone starts taking interest in the shyer girl Of course this doesn't g9 over with the other sis- ter and she tries some backhanded methods, gets caught and ends up babysitting on the night of the big dance while her sister enjoys it with her boyfriend. The cast consisted of Mrs. Eliot by Sherry Jeffery, Jan Eliot by Cindy Stentz and Billie Sue John- son. Nicki Eliot by Sandi Graver, Miss Tilby by Carolyn Batstone, and Albert Eliot by Byron lc- Clanahan. Thaddeus by Bruce Wilson, Ruby Rainy by Erica Johnson, "Cooler" Pcterson by Chief Clayton, Jack Westmore by Dick Knautz, Caroline Pratt by Cindy Remsberg and Whitcom Pewberry by John Cole. Marriage Licenses Applying for marriage licenses at the Mason County Auditor's office this past week were: W. H. Boren. legal, Olympia, and Margaret H. Hamilton, 41, Wenatchee. Donald E. Whitener. 22, Taco- mill and Sharon Huisingh, 26, Shelton. smaller numbers. The list is as follows: Seventh grade -- Cheryl Ren- net, 3.9; Darleen Gray, 3.7; Deb- ra Rollevson, 3.7; Jody Campbell, 3.4; Jody Crumb, 3.3; David Rob- bins, 3.3. 8th Grade  Don Bearden, 3.7: Terry Goodin, 3.5; Margie Greg- ory 3.2; Yvonne Van Lannen, 3.2; Jackie Kernan, 3.2. 9th Grade -- Peter Cosset!e, 3.3, Kathy Bolender, 3.2; Beth Anne Crumb, 3.2; Bette Cowan 3.0; Mary "Walmsley 3.0; Sylvia Sand 3.2; Linda Jarvis 3.0. The grade scale rates an "A" as 4, a "B" as 3. a "C" as 2, a "D" as 1, and an "F" as 0. bHt. COTES HAS PUT his new bus into sewice and refers to it as a "Dreamboat". It is a 67-pas- senger Carpenter body on ari In- ternational chassis. This new bus has enabled Mr. Coles to take some of the overload from Mr. Spaulding's run. Much credit must go to the school bus driver who, while driv- ing a large, heavy, and clumsy ve- hicle over some very difficult roads, has to keep order among from 40 to 70 youngsters and still Ghrislian Science Services Are Set Man's protection from evil in- fluences through an understanding of God will be the theme at the Shelton First Church of Christ, Scientist Sunday. The title of the Bible Lesson is "Ancient and Mod- ern Necromancy, alias Mesmer- ism and Hypnotism, Denounced." The Scriptural verse "For what- I soever is born of God overcometh the world," (I John 5:4) will be presented in the responsive read- ing. The following passage from the denominational textbook will also be read: "The Christian Scientist NOON DUTY About two weeks ago the ad- ministrative office was notified by PTA co-president Mrs. Jo Ann Grubb that because o the lack of interest the noon relief for teach- ers in the lower grades would have to be discontinued. The administration and staff would like to thank all people Tuesday -- Hot dog tered bun, potato green beans, gelatin cream, and milk. Wednesday vy en hot biscuits ad. applesauce. and milk.  " " Thursday  Chili, letta tc ad. peanut butter san&,! ding and milk. Friday -- Macarom and.  beet pickles, raisin hrea: connected with this project and fruit and milk. , a specifically the names of people d'] ,e' listed as follows: Supplement your chiI 'i('d, ez with Plenamins fro : , Dode Johnson, , Jo Am Grubb,Paulin e Ferrler, ,J Bunny Denison, Donna Jarvis, Mrs. Rosenberg, pr_nn lleX0000. 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