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i i VIEW-  3erVlCeS nre 00etTh e peview Families Gather With Friends Relatives For Thanksgiving Hoodsport Cub Scout Pack Has ,Ohrislian Science joy, thaL, Lerrib!e. tragedy.., making, it pos-parents, Mr. and Mrs. Vic Zab-Grapeview last Friday. a00-initiation For ew Meabers szble for famzhes and frzends to roski of Shelton, were on hand for ter 10 days, bringing' with them ?,'ather together in the usual fa- the pleasant gatheNng, also, and the plc'f of their nmrksmanship, shion, relaxing, indulging in fine we can bet that a good portion of a cow and a calf. (Mooses, of foods and giving thanks for per- the time was spent vyeing for course!) Happy hunting grounds By Merle Smith dinner guests in the home of her serial blessings. In our little corn- the attention of eight-month-old were north of the border in the HOODSPORT  At the recent folks, Mr. and Mrs. Neff Simmons. munity the day was spent, by Sheri-Lynnc. After the get-toge- Canadian wilderness and although pack meeting of the Crib Scouts [rs. Esther Jarvis traveled to most of our "ghbors in just thor at the young Okoneks, Ed, they missed Thanksgiving at of Pack 11, an initiation for the Mossvrock to join with her son FOR CHRISTMAS ,laditionally a.n Ameriean iksgiving, prevailed and was 1to shine through the dark W of the previous weekend's ' Life ' Health Accident ' lnc0m Hortgage Retirement Annuities ' Group Los Joslin West Coast Life Insurance 1627 Summit Dr. 426-6373 ALL PURPOSE--TOP QUALITY nel this way, with perhaps an extra Louise and Los drove over to Lou- prayer for another family far lse's folks, Mr. and Mrs. George less fortunate. Wynkoop where they were also J. .,, ,.  ..... in ,,,a,, able to visit with Louise's sister the"rec'i?"ien"ts" of",'ot]: "lV[oTher"s ] and family, Mr..and Mrs. Dean Clnb Thanksgiving basket, which, [ mm ann youngsters. by the way, was presented last I The Web Etherton household Tuesday evening just before Fire[bulged at the seams (slightly) Department meeting, were over- joyed by their good fortune and expressed the wish that their gratitude be extended to the Mother's Club, The Retzmans en- joyed a wonderful turkey dinner with all the extras at the home of Stadium Beach neighbors .and good friends, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Uhly, who entertained 15 for din- ner Thursday. Dr. and Mrs. Don- ald S. Graham and daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Stran- dee and friend Fred Curtis of New York. Other guests included Mr. and Mrs. Jack Johnson of Seattle and Miss Delete Abbey from Everett. Mr. and Mrs. Eke Eacrett had good reason for giving thanks last week with the arrival Tuesday of son Ken and his wife Judy with tiny seven-week-old Scott Wesley from Long Beach, Calif. The young Eacretts are home on a month's leave and staying with Judy's folks, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Waters in Shelton. Dinner Thanksgiving Day for Ken and Judy was spent with the Waters while Eke and Ann took Mr. and Mrs. Walter Eckert to Tacoma where they joined Mrs. Eckert's sister, Miss Louise Nachtscheim and Frarik Bampton for dinner. Saturday the whole family got together at the Walt Eckert home for a STand reunion with Scott Wesley taking the main "spot". Ken and Judy drove out from Shelton and elder brother Bob with wife Shirley and youngsters Loft, Mike and Stevie, arrived from Oak Harbor for the tradi- tional turkey, plus. TACOMA WAS the destination last Thursday for Mr. and Mrs. Ed Okonek and Los, where they were guests for dinner of sen Richard and wife Carol. Carol's' It's your best buy. Handles all cutting jobs in home orkshops. Check and compare these professional- type features: Powerful Motor with Super Burnout Protection dcllvers ovar 1 h.p. to handle the toughest cuts. Vari-Torque Clutch--disengkges bIade g it .binds In t, Rugged helical gearing, Q Extra Cutting Capacity--wRh 6 e blade 2" lumber can bid easily cut even at 45 . Accurate Adjustments--eptb and bevel contrels are easy-to., each, quickly adjusted, with nearly a dozen enjoying din- ner there on Thanksgiving Day. Guests included son Larry and wife Gall out from Seattle, par- ents. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Parks of Grapeview, brother and sis- ter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Bryce Etherton with son Rod of Seattle and also Mrs. Ann Fluhargy and Mrs. Ida Fleshman of Seattle. Last weekend was a busy one for the Al Okoneks with Thanks- giving dinner at sister Mary Nel- son's followed by a Saturday ov- ernight with daughter Marion home, Clem and Charlie were fore- sighted enough to take their tur- key dinner with them. The flu bug once again strikes Our conununityI Laid low by this mean little "critter" last week were Mrs. Dean Cook, Leslie Ok- i onek and Ronnie Battles. We hap- I pily report they are much im- proved. Janie Pogreha was re- cuperating satisfactorily from a tonsilectomy early last week and Jndy Baxter returned to school Monday after suffering several days from a painful bee sting near her eye. Attractive and interesting Mrs. Margaret Wright returned to Grapeview again this weekend spending Saturday and Sunday with uncle and aunt., Mr. and Mrs. A1 Richards and then spend- ing several days with aunt lind SHELTON HARDWARE new cubs was pezfformed. Boys who walked the ladder of Scout- ing were George MiUer, Ricky En- dicott, Mark Johnson, Billie Mc- Kasson, Steve Morris, Richard Yates, Dennis Blair, Kenneth Sim- mons, and Glen Ferrier. The new Cub Master, Charles Winne, also was initiated into his l position. A presentation showing the boys the steps to be taken up the Cub and Scout ladder was very impressive. New den Mothers a.re ::Mrs. Charles Wince, Mrs. Jack Gmlbb, Mrs. AI Johnson, M:rs. Clayton Ferrier and Jack Grubb. Awards presented during the evening were Billy Hunter, wolf badge; Ivan Dyson and Mark Grubb, gohl arrows. The next Pack Meeting will be held at the Hoodsport school on Dec. 19. at 7 p.m. The boys are asked to bring some kind of food to freak- ish a Christmas basket. The Cub Scout Mothers will be working on swags for the annual money rais- ing program. Mrs. Merge Peterson of Pleas- anton, Calif., spent a month vis- Wick and grandson Donnie. Son tuncle Mr. and Mrs. Walter Clay- Jim Okonek and family aecom-ton, Sr. Plans for the visit ii- panied them for the get" together. ]eluded a trip to our state capital Sunday, before returning home, ]and other points of interest. Mrs. "the family visited with former / Wright's home town is Essex Grapeviexx;ite Louie Eaton at his County (London area) was not Beaeen Hill home. I Wansted as was previously repm't- Thanksh, in wa- definitely a led but the beautiful Leigh on Sea iting with her mother and family, on the bank of the Thames where "family affair" for the Orin Buck- " Mr. and Mrs. Jim Dailev of Sko- inghams with 19 relatives jommg l the river meets the sea. Mrs. komish Valley and also with her Wright lans to leave for Cahf for dinner at the home of Mr. a ld I ! p . " " - sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Woodrow Clements in South orma and the homes of her Ronald Goos of Hoodsport. Bend. Young Dean Bnckingham daughters soon enough to be able] MRS. ANNA Johnson, Mr. and and family drove out from Seat-[to get settled before tile elitist-IMrs. John Rodgberg-and Mr. and tle Wednesday to stay over night/mas holidays. I Mrs. Bob Smith traveled to Seat- with Orin anct Ethel Joining" them' In case you noticed the over- tle last Monday to attend the for the drive to South Bend on turned car near McLain's Co:el funeral of .Anna ant! John's sister, Thursday morning, the weekend of Noi,. 23, it was I Mrs. Camilla Beams. The g'o.tp MI and r , o'ned b a MI eI n met t the home (>t ivn na ltts ". I . Charles" Seh inn y . '. V "g e of Trees- "  ..... played host to their two sons cad ure Island who was apparently Jim Sisley. a nephew. Mr. and Mrs. Sydney AnderSen and family spent an enjoyable Thanksgiving holiday time at the home of her sister and family, the D. C. Toughs in Newport, Ore. The weather was so nice the children even did some beach- combing. Their arrival into Shel- ton was quite a different matter. They were involved in an acci- dent and although none were ser- forced off the road by another vehicle. Mr. Vergne was reported to have injured his hands climb- ing out of his damaged automo- bile. MYSTERIOUS gunfire heard on the northern point of Treasure Island last Sunday evening around 10:30 p.m. aroused residents of the island and mainland, bring- ing Deputy Sheriff Dave Clark and family, Mr. and Mrs. Merle Lindgren for her holiday. Comin from Seattle to s'pend the holidays with the Fred John- son family were Mr. and ilrs. Norman Chard and family and Mrs. John Overbo and son Lam.-y. ERS. JOE McKIEL arrived home from a visit with her daughter, Mrs. Betty Barber, in Los Angeles just in time to be put back into the kitchen to cook the turkey for daughter Gloria and family, the Matt Van Laanens. Well she had been to Palm Springs and loafing in the sun for a whole two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. John Laramie and children spent Thnrsday dinner time with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Avene Riehert. Also ghosts for the day were John's folks, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Radtke. Saturday the Laramies traveled to Mossyrock to spend the day with Mr. and Mrs. Jim Dean and g'irla. Missie Laramie ha.d the thrill of her young life by lore-n- ins to ride Nancy Dean's bicycle. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Kinniard are announcing the birth of a baby girl born Sunday evening ' Karl Linscott bravely took off for his annual winter visit with his daughter and son-in-law, the Bob Andrews in LaMesa, Calif. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Rubert "God the only Cause and Creat- or" is the subject of this Sun- day's Bible Lesson to be read at the Shelton First Church of Christ Scientist. God's government of the roll- verse and all mankind will be em- phasized in many of the readings, including this Bible verse: "For kingdom is the Lord's: and he is the governor among the nations" (Psalms 22:28). A coresponding passage from the ,Christian Sciencp textbook reads: "When man is governed by God, the ever-present Mind who understands all things, man knows that with God all things are pos- sible" (Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures by Mary Baker Eddy p. 180). As a result of the efforts of the Rural Electrification Admin- istration, set up in 1936, and in- vestor owned utilities, 98 percent of farm homes receive electricity. and family spent the long holiday weekend with her sister in Port- land. at 5 p.m. Mrs. Oscar Yates was the un- fortunate victim of icy ro,a on 1Purdy Canyon Saturday morning and she and her little car enva Maurice Kaare home included I daughter Karen with her hus-I braid Bob Pederson and daughter' Debbie from Port Angeles. Also son and wife Jerry and Pat Kaare and baby Karen. MR. AND MRS, BEN Morris spent the holiday with Mr. and V[rs. Archie Calahan. The Canal Court Amaranth Ba- ,.car will be held on Saturday, Dec. 7 at the Masonic Hall in] Union. Hours are from 10 a.m. I to 8 p.m. The bazaar will feature I homemade gifts suitable for Christmas giving. There will be a smorgasbord dinner beginning 103 Railroad Ave. their families on the holiday; Fred and Gayleen with six (count' era!) youngsters driving out from Bre- morton and Ray and his bride Margie coming up from Hoquiam. Daughter Marble Matthews, who is still in Waterford, Wis., is ex- pected home with her famhy for Christmas. RUSS AND RUTH Wells hosted the Don Querys and five young- sters for dinner Thanksgiving day which helped make up for the ab- sence of sons Clem and Jack, serving with the Air Force and Navy respectively. ;Friday ,the Que,s drove to Bellingham (their first trip to that city) to spend the weekend and help finish up the turkey with friends Richard and Phyllis Rex and two children who had recent- ly been transferred there from Auburn. They returned home Sun- day evening. The Julie Stocks stayed close to home for Thanksgiving but certainly fared well, enjoying a delicious dinner at the charming Victor home of Doris's aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Clay Jones. Joining them were Allyn neigh- bors, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Izett. The C. "V. Walkers were de- lighted to play host to daughter and husband, Joe and Barbara Shahan and their four children from Tuesdny until Friday of last week. The Shahans were Belliug- i ham bound after. Mr. S's latest assignment, installing paper ma- chines in Pasadena, Tex., was completed. Joining this happy fa- mily group around the festive Thanksgiving dinner table was Bud relch. The Bill Staudts, still batching, combined the efforts of three gen- erations to prepare their Thanks- giving dinner. With Bill Sr. pre- paring the turkey, grandson Ken- ny supelwising its roasting and Bill Jr., preparing the rest of the meal, they not only satisfied their om palates but also de- lighted their dinner gugsts, bro- ther Louie with wife Dorothy and daughter Sue, Joe, Shirley and Jody Engen, George and Ruby Lewis and unexpected guest, younger bl, other Dave who drove up from Phoenix, Ariz. Couldn't have been too lonely but bet they all will be glad to see Judy ar- rive home ! MOOS]E HUNERS Clem Hell and Charles Long returne to of Mason Lake ont to investigate. Results of his findings are un- known at this writing. The Washington Huskies' vic- tory over the Washington State Cougars last Saturday was mar- velous, accordim.  to Husky fans, Walt and Salli Clayton and How- ard and Murial Somers who join- ed the 56,000 packing the stad- ium. They wre guests of Mrs. Charles Somers, who gave up her tiekeis for sere Howard's birth- day treat. Football honors, closer to home. went last week to quarterback Chief Clayton of the Shelton jun- ior high Blazers. when he was elected by his teammates as their honorary captain for the 1963 sea- son, Chief is cu'ently preparing for basketball season which starts today with a gamegaihst Hop- kins of Aberdeen. Army recruit Dan Robinson fin- ished his basic training at Fot- Oral, Calif., safely and in good shape, returning home to Grape- view Saturday, Nov. 16, on 11 days leave before reporting to Fort Lewis Nov. 29, for advanced individual training as a drafts- man. He will be attached to the 592nd Engineering Battallion for an indefinite period. He is stay- ing at the summer home of iously injured the car suffered considerably. Mr. and Mrs. Haldane Johnson and son were Thanksgiving. day combination game night and coun- try store for our pleasure this Saturday evening at 7:30 p.m. Not only the glamorous Barbie Doll that has been displayed at te Grapeview Store will be given away complete with wardrobe, but so will the refreshments! Mason Lake Improvement Club will hold a public meeting at the Grapeview School at 1 p.m. Sun- aay to discuss their fire protec- tion problems. Mrs. Porter repre- sented the Mason Lake group at the last meeting of the Grape- view Volunteer Fire Department. Turkey dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Radtke were her daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. John Neun, and their son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Radtke, all of Seattle. Francie and Jennie Smith spent the weekend with their grand- parents and retm-ned home on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Don Joerz are the propd parents of a baby boy born F/qday. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Shumate and Jane and Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Horton with Vieki and Jan trav- eled to Castle Rock to spend the Thanksgiving day with daughter Mardel and family, the Bill Smiths. MILS. ANNA ,]OIINSON accom- panied the Bob Smith family to Tacoma to spend the day with the Ray Petersons. Judy Shumate was also a guest. %Vhile in Tacoma the Smiths and Petersons visited with their aunts, Mrs. Ardrian Bassett and Nits. Nola Hagen. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Bearden had as dinner ffuests Miss Valerie Latham and Mr. and Mrs. Art Raney of Bremerton. Jane Shumate and Valerie Lath- am returned to school at Ellens- burg together. A family get together at the OPEN FRIDAY NIGHTS grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. M. J. . Robinson. Thanksgiving day took Danny to A1)erdeen for dinner with the Oliver Kelly family. The Bob Battles spent an over- i night Wednesday wil:h cousins Mr i II.MTII O,@h and Mrs. Vern I:elton in Des[ mmmiii 111 .Jim Moines. Thanksgiving dinner was i vnmmmm vmvv served at the Lake City home of . .,   . Carole's aunt and uncle Mr. and  r r W A Mrs. Bill Rose where 17 members   r ( Amp' of the family gathered. Carole's I. Ill ;grandmother, VIra. :Helen Rose I 'M  had suffered a heart' attack Nov. 1   IV  22 so Carol stayed over in orderly.   ' to visit with her in Renton where  she is hospitalized. The Battles/.   l 11 returned home SaturcT,y evening.   ,,;,; ...... =  ;,^*. a n,, The ladies of the Sarah Eckez't: .......... ' .................. OIHlopedzc Gmld ate pesenimg a, .:  i , tml.  I "' " " . ' .... i: " .4'1 " ,..  '- . 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