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PACE JO SIIELTON.--MASON COUNTY JOURNAL- Published in "Ch, rstnastown, U.KA.", Shelt0n, Washington Thursday, December Fishermen's Glub To Hear Speaker On Social Security Sunday Robert H. Hamill, of the Olym- pia office of Social Security, will be the guest speaker Sunday at the Shelton Fishermen's club. The first pm'iod fronl 9:30 to 1.0 a.m. Harmtll will tell of the organiza- tion, benefits and plans of the Social Security Administration. With a theme of "Your Social Se- curity". Hamill was born in Cascade Locks, Ore. and graduated from the University of Oregon. He ser- ,'ted some time in the United States Air Force and joined the Social Security Department in 1948. Me of the community are in- vited to join club members for a cup of coffee at 9:15 a.m. Sun- day morning at the PUD audi- torium at third and Cota and then hear the featured speaker at 9:30 a.m. followed at 10 a.m, with a discussion of the Bible on the theme "Fully Equiped for the hazards of life." i ,, i DANCING Lampost Tavern 3 Nights Each Week Thurs. Fri. Sat. Live Westelm Music FREE ADMISSION rl , ,[------...._ BECKWITH JEWELRY 129 RailrOad Ave. YOUR AUTHORIZED KEEPSAKE JEWELER Harstine Island Residents Enioy Thanksgiving With Relatives By Cindy Wa.ite ily, the i)avid Rices. and Mrs. HARSTINE -. Islanders were Cap Webber came to the island saddened by the death of former to spend it with them. resident Mrs. Phyllis Jones who Eels and Mable were also hap- passed away last Tuesday. The py to see their daughter, Judy, funeral was held in Shelton on who came home from the Univer- Friday. Those attending the fun- sity of Montana. eral were George T. Waite Sr., George and Max]n "vVaite hosted George Howard. and Mr. and Mrs. a very large Thanksgiving dinner George T. "WaRe Jr. We wish to at the hall. The children enjoyed offer our deepest sympathy to the themselves by playing football and family, basketball. There were a total of Thanksgiving was a happy co- 47. Those present were the Ken casion for all of the islJnders. Tile Roses, the Jim Archers, the Paul teenagers were let out of school Dunbars, and Jack Meeks, Mrs. early on Wednesday and also re- Smolley, Mrs. Dot Smith, George ceived Thursday and Friday as Howard, Ken Droscher. Mr. and a 'vacation. The adnlts visited Mrs. Williams. Mr. and Mrs. Tier- with their friends and relatives, ny, George Waite Sr.. Mr. and The Stanley Yates spent Mrs. Jerrells and Ben Rigmy. Thanksgiving in Seattle with their Bill Glaser and Dorothy Angus children and grandchildren, were the Thanksgiving guests of Spending Thanksgiving in Lake- Mrs. Anna Glaser. wood with their son and family, The Bad Glasers spent Thanks- the Barrie Burkhalters, were Sid giving with Donnett's mother in and MaryBaunsguard. Others pre- Hoquiam. Donnett said that they sent at the dinner were the Ned had a very nice time. Sheras, Byron Shera, Mrs. Byron The Raymond McCollach's ate Shera Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Ned Shera Thanksgiving dinner with the Jim and Peter Burkhalter. Lohrers. LARRY AND Florence Jerrells DON'T FORGET the Social set off on Friday morning to visit Club potluck dinner which will be friends in Seattle. They retnrned held on December 14. It will be Sunday morning reporting a very held at the hall. nice visit. They stopped to see School board will meet Monday, Florence's mother. Mrs, Nell Mot'- December 9 at 7:30 p.m. at the rison and then Ihey went to see school. Florence's sister, Shirley "Van- The Grange meeting will be Proose. They also visited Larry's held December 13 at the hall. sister. Mrs. Hugh Chapman, the E1 McAuliffe and Monica Prid- Lyle Tafts, and the Bill Bing- ham spent Tuesday in Tacoma at hams. a Christmas show. They enjoyed Nels and Mable Batmsguard had it very much. a very nice Thanksgiving with We wish to say happy birthday their children. Their son and faro- to Gene Seward whose birthday was Dec. 3, Also congratulations to A1 and Monica Pridham for their anniversary was on Thurs- day, Home for Thanksgzving was Ronnie Johnson. their son. from Seattle. Gtmnar and Helen John- son and Ronnie. the Winston 3otm,ons. the Alvin Anderson. and the Sundius Johnsons spent Thanksgiving day with Mrs. Aina Anderson. TItE NORM TOBERS of Vash- on Island were on the island this weekend visitin the Arlo Wing- erts. Lewis Wingert was also home over the holiday. Kathryn's mother, Mrs. Lane. was on the island, on Thursday. The Winston (Johnny) Johnsons are on the island visiting rela- tives and friends. The Johnsons are from San Pedro, Calif. The Glen YateS had Thanksgiv- ing dinner with Camnen's parents, the Dale Peughs. Saturday evening guests of Cindy Waite were Kathy Archer, Steve Pranger, and Ken Droseher, Mrs. McColloueh received word : hat her brother-in-law had ................... =---- - ---------..-----.. _ -%-_-_-_-_-_= ........... nw ..... == _"2"_ _'_ _--'_'_" "_'-- %-_%- ...........   N - - The Key To Your Alew Home The key to a new home for you and your family is the down payment. Hundreds of families in this area have found they can have the down payment in a sur- prisingly short time. How?? By saving regularly at TCF. The money you put in your TCF savings account will earn more money, through generous dividends. And, just as important, your growing dollars will be safe* at TCF, too. There are three convenient TCF offices to serve you. If you start your savings program at TCF before December 10th, your money will earn dividends from December 1st. *Each account insured up to $10.000 by Federal Savings & Loan Insurance Corp. Several From. Matlock Area Attend Loertscher Golden Anniversary l',y Dora Hearing were dinner guests of Mr. and MATTOCK -- Mr. and Mrs. Lud Rossmaier, Mr. and Mrs. l%. E. Bradbcrry, Mrs. A.ugnsta Port- man and Carl Portman. and Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Portman attended the golden wedding open house Sunday for Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Loertseher of Cloquallum. Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Crowell had Thanksgiving dinner with the latter's brother and family, Mr. and Mrs E. J. Kiesser of Arling- ten and then they visited a sister Mrs. C. M. Martin of Tacoma. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Helin Mrs. Roy Martin of Elma on Thanksgiving day. hit'. and Mrs. James Greenwood of Snoqualmie. Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Portman of ghelton and Mrs. Au- gusta Portman and Carl Portman were Thanksgiving dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Elvin Hearing. Mr. and Mrs. Dave DeFore and sons Jerry, Dennis and Ricky spent the Thanksgiving holidays in Prosser with relatives. SUPT. AND MRS. Eugene Frene and family spent Thanks- giving at LaCenter with relatives. Kamilche Church Is Scene Of Whitner-Huisingh Wedding ' ' ' ." ," ,' -  ' " s home for B 3 Fzan(es Snnmons at th Hairy Simmons KAMILCHE --- White and red chrysanthemums decorated the Kamilche church for the wedding of Donald Whitener, son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Whitener and Sharon Huisingh, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Orr. Hoodspo'.'t. Roy. Earl Bradley performed th single ring ceremony before many friends and relatives of the cou- ple. "Ronald Whitener, Silverdale, sang "Because", and "The Lord's Prayer". The best man was Irvin Pletcher, bridesmaid, Barbara Kruger; Ring bearer. Andrew Whitener; flower girl, Debbie Hu- isingh; ushers, B. J, Whitener and Jim Orr. Mrs. Bessie Mackie pour- ed coffee; Mrs, Christine Ellison, cut the cake which was decorated by Mrs. Eugene Taylor; Mrs. Har- ry FletCher poured punch, Mrs. Roy West had charge of the guest book and Carolyn Marshall, the gifts. A reception was held in the church dining room. The couple will make their home in Tacoma where the groom is attending the Tacoma Technical Institute. Mr. and Mrs. Coady Craddick, Crescent City, Calif., visited over the Thanksgiving holiday at the Memre Lambert home. Sunday afterhoon callers at the Herb Nelson home were Mr. and Mrs. Humphrey Nelson of Skoko- mish Valley. ,fr. and Mrs. Herb Nelson cele- brated their 43rd wedding amfi- versary Sunday afternoon by din- Ing at the Tyee Restaurant in Olympia/. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Simmons joined them at the din- ner. The Kamilche Ladies' Club had their Christmas party Wednesday ef this week at the Grange Hall. MRS. IVA DONAtIUE, Fail'- banks, Alaska, wbo has visited the past two weeks left Friday for California. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Petty were Thanksgiving dinner guests of the J. "W. Jot'dan's in Olympia. Other guests were Doll and Mary New- man of Seattle and the Robert Petty family of Skokomish Val- ley. Saturday aftmmoon the Ed Pet- ty's drove to Hoodsport to visit with Mr. and Mrs. Mike Stolen and their house gamsts A1 and Kathrine Crest of Oakridge, Ore. Sunday dinner glmsts of the Ed Petty's were Roy and June Petty of Shelton. TtIANKSGIVING dinner guests of the Harry Fletchers were the Don Whitener family and Mrs. Anriie Whitener. A-recent guest at the Howard Fuller family was Mrs. Hazel Post of Tacoma. Mr, and Mrs, H. W. McFie and three chiidren of Twisp and Mr. and Mrs. F. L. McFie were Thanksgiving day gamsts at the Cecil Blackwelder home. A birth- day dinner was served Sunday honoring Mrs. l-I. W. MeFic be- fore they returned to their home that day. There was a family gathering of the Marshall family at the Chester Marshall home Saturday evening. Present were Mrs. Ma- bel Marshall. Shelton: Mr. and Mrs. P,lph Adair of Bremerton, the Tony Ellison family, the Don Whltene'r family, Mr. and Mrs. Le- Roy White and daughter, Donna Ray; Mr; and lrs. Keith McNeil of Pendleton. Ore. Miss EttaMae Hartman. daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. John Krise returned to her school in Port- land after spending the holiday with her parents. Card Party Planned At Union To Raise Funds For Christmas Party By Betty 'Dean their son Thomas H, Ball and fa- UNION --- There will be a card party today at the Bishops home to help raise funds for the child- ren's Christmasparty. Mrs. Til- lie Sherman is in charge and ev- eryone is urged to attend. The time is I p.m. to 3 p.m. Jerry Eby was called home on emerg- ency leave from the service due to illness of his grandfather who had a stroke. While working last Wednesday Frank Dean slipped on the eat walk near the water and was knocked nnconscious. When he came to he noticed his glasses had fallen off, he never found them and they had his hearing aid attached to them, which was quite a loss. He ended up with a crack- ed rib and will have to take it easy for awhile. Ronnie Allen left last Monday to spend some time visiting friends in San Francisco. Mr. and Mrs, Herb Allen mo- tored to Port Townsend Thurs- day to have Thanksgiving dinner With their son Ray Allen and fa- mily. TheHood Canal portsmens Club will meet next week (Dec. 12 at the Community Hall at 8 p,m. MfR. AND MRS, |,liD Anderson and Mr. and Mrs. Larry Sterling and children had Thanksgiving dinner with the Paul Jones'. A good time and much turkey was enjoyed by all. David Jones and family from Renton spent Sunday visiting the Paul Jones. Mr. and Mrs. Meal Purer had the Ed Hamiltons and a cousin from Etlengburg, Frank Allman, for dinner Thursday. Mr. and Mrs, Thomas Ball had passed away. Our sympathy to Mr. and Mrs. McCollouch, Eating Thanksgiving dinner with the Jim McAuliffes were Mr. and Mrs, Budd and their son Cur- tis ,from HoKo Camp. mily from Bremerton for Thanks- giving dinner. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Buechel's dinner gnests for Thanksgiving in- cluded Mrs. Buechel's sister and family from Olympia, a sister-in- law from Shelton, Miss Oyer from here. Also a friend of Margar- et's, Loralea Buck from Seattle. A family gathering at the Max Dean home for Thanksgiving brought the Paul Moores from Anacortes, Robert Pearces from Olympia and lhe Frank Deans, Perry Dilworths, Lee) Pearces frmn here. MRS. EDNA GATEWOOD was picked up by daughter Lillian from Seattle and they traveled on to Acme to have Thanksgiving dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Hontz. You all know Mrs. Hontz as the former Patty Gatewood. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Peck had Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Hope from Alaska for dinner last Thursday. Guy and Anna Morris drove to Re:nton Thursday to have dinner with Anna's sister and family. Mrs. GladysChamberlin spent a week here in her beach house. Her many friends enjoyed visiting with her. She lives in Seattle. Howard Walter was taken to the hospital Saturday morning. He is reported feeling much bet- tel'. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Morris had ML and Mrs. Whittaker for iThanksNiving dinner. They are Mrs. Morris' parents. IV[r. and Mrs. Robert Allen from Port Angeles were dinner guests at the Dick 'Allens Monday eve- ning, The Veterans Administration hospitals treated 712,800 patients during the past fiscal year. It is the third consecutive year VA hospital's have treated an increased number of patients without a car- la increase respond" g " in the num- ber of hospital beds. Mr. and Mrs. James Greenwood and Mr. and Mrs. Elvin tlearing were dinner guests Wednesday evening of Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Bradberry. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Bradberry were Thanksgiving dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wes Gooclburn of Shelton. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Oslmrn of Tillamook. Ore.. spent the Thanksgiving holidays with Mr. and Mrs. Harold Clift. SIR. AND MILS. VCAYNE myers and family of Shelton called at the Herbert Helin and Elvin Hear- ing homes Sllnday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Chamberlin and four children of Alderwood Man- or and Mr. and Mrs. Earl ash and daughter Holly Jean of Ev- erett spent Thanksgiving and the weekend G'ith their folks, Mr. and Mrs. Max Cash. Mr. and Mrs. James Greenwood of Snoqualmie left Saturday af- ter spendina fore' days with Mr. and IWh's. Elvin Hearing and Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Bradberry. |.R,. AND MRS. I)ITANE Lov- SALVMIOH ARHY LAUNCHES APPEIIL FOR ](MAS HELP Tile Salvation Army Christmas mail appeal in the Shelton area will be launched next Monday, ac- cording to H. Parry Jones. chair- man of the Army's Service Ex- tension Committee in M as on County. This auxiliary effort will be car- ried on because the Army feels that the hearts and minds of many people, at this season of the year, are more partimflarly atuned to the wants and needs of others. These "others" are the unfort- unate folk who continually look to The Salvation Army for a helping hand in the struggle for existence, and a renewal of hope for a more desirable future, A special effort is being made this year to provide "Sunshine Bags" of Christmas remembran- ces for patients in mental insti- tutions, rest homes and hospitals, as well as for individuals confined in jails and other penal insti- tutions. In addition, traditional Christmas dinners will be provided for hundreds of needy families and individuals, as well as toys for thousands of children. The Salvation Army committee is asking local citizens to share their material blessings with those "others" who othevwise would not be privileged to enjoy the good things associated with this most joyful and happy festival Attached to each appeal letter is a self-addressed remittance en- velope for the use of those who wish to have a part in this ef- fort. Checks made payable to The Salvation Army, should be mailed to the committee treasurer. W. H. Anderson, Seattle-First National Bank. Shelton, Wash. ...................... WALK ON L FACING TRAFFI WINNER, FOURTEENTH AAA TRAFFIC SAFETY POSTER CONTEST ette entertained friends from Van- couver. Wash.. over the Thanks- giving weekend. Mr. and Mrs. I. C. Ford en- joyed Thanksgiving dinner wilh the LeRoy Boothe family of Ho- qniam, and then Tyler and Da- vid B()othe came home with their grandparents and spent Lhe week- end Mr. and Mrs. Herbert 13rehmey- er Sr.. and sons Michael and Bri- an enjoyed Thanksgwing dTnner with the Ray Kimmerly family of Shelton. :Mr. and Mrs. Walt Briekenridge and children of Chimmaeum spent BRING YOUR GLASS rROUBLES TO US You can depend on our "know how" to save you trouble and money when it eomes to glass replacements. Because we know what we are doing (and why) you can be sure we'll do it RIG'HT! GRIMES & McNEIL BODY & FENDER WORKS 3rd and Grove Sts., Use Journal Friday and Saturday with the Herbert Brehmeyer Sr. family. Mr. and Mrs. Lud Rossmaier _ were Thanksgiving dinner guests of the Arthur Sharp family of Olympia. DOH'T The Sam Diggl's Jr. and child- ten enjoyed Thanksgiving dinner C with Mr. and Mrs. Edward Valley: [1{. AND MRS. RODGER Spal- ding and son Albert spent Friday evening with the Edward Valley family. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Hickson and family of Lake Nahwatzel spent Snnday evening at the Kenneth Howard home. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Breh- meyer Jr., and family spent Sun- day afternoo:t with the I. C. Fords. All of Matlock Grange officers except Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Mc- Garvie who are in Chicago wa- iting attended the joint installa: tion of offcers at Shelton Valley Saturday evening, and Matlock Grange took second place for the gavel contest this year. With F.0.6* *Warp's FLEX.0-GLA: Cover all openln (doors, windows, let in cold winter cut rarps with shears, tack over or frames for low-cost protection. Warp's crystal-clea r lasts for .years at a the cost of glass. square yard at your ware or lumber dealer, Flexib Onl Also in 28" & 48" I Storm Doon and Bern, PoulWy Proffers walls Windows. Pocb and Hog House behind stoves, Enclosures. Windows. sinks, lablls. MORGAN-EAORETT LUMBER O,00x, LOW COST, STORM. STORM WINDOWS, PORCH E WITH ONE. OF W00NNW FLEXIBLE, SHATTERPRQOF, MADE BETTER, :ut a kOn'n'n 31" w;de Lawton Lumber Co. Here's why you'll tell other people you like it. Wide-Track, for instance. Wide-Track is what does away with tilting your way around turns. Pontiac's smoother, quieter ride is another thing you might point out. A big 389-cubic- inch Trophy V-8 is standard in each and every Pontiac. You get to choose from 34 engine/transmission teams to harness all that power. (Happy choosing!) "Now then--on to more of the things that \\;\ make the '64 Pontiac so thoroughly likeabl' Frankly, we Couldn't think of anything radiCa to do with this car. Oh, we made the styliO$ even more stylish, as you can plainly see, We lavished even more care on the interiorS' We even improved the light bulbs. But as fo more vital things, wl W change? Improve, re" fine, sharpen--yes. Change--no. And yoa can tell that to your friends. SEE THE ONLY DEALER WHO SELLS THE WIDE-TRACK CARS--YOUR AUTHORIZED PONTIAC DEALER SHELTON MOTOR GO. 233 So. First St. Shelton