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December 5, 1963

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ecember 5, 1963 I-I2LTON--MAP,0N COUNTY JOURNAE 7- Publi.qhed in "CT!!q.@??mfmvn, U.g.[.', he![cm, Wahtnon , i ii . . . . . .............................. . . ..... . . :, :, /fir,Junior, Senior High PTAs i who-" Ooi. i Skokomzsh Valley Couple Leave On Tnp To Flonda =" " " ' "" "" i VVJ f $ g : .v M.r, .=,,,, Tanners sister Mrs Lois or ard George Barkie,; ssisaut 'MnllllnP Ikltl' lain1" IlllantlnY , a .... .._ : SKOKOMISH :- Mr "and Mrs man and Frank Raymond of Se- steward. Martin Smith; chaplain, Seven irvauuinta IIV! dPVIIIL ggiL|H | ]'l/HOn uUr :stan Johnson left Monday iy attle. Mattie Barklev" treasurer, Clara 0, . . , , ,ano re, a thre ,vee t,'i ,,'hich =," a. ,,' H.,,ne Johnson " ' " pes of k0me , : 3 Betty Cross been added to the group, Peggy , , I ....... ; .... .. Rosenber," secretarv, I meda :tI Be The elementary Me Kay Sand Shearer and Con- ' , , ..... . " Smith; ,ate keeper, Roy C b f0 " " = , includes Mexico Florida the Ba- and son had 'Ihanksgwmg droner . ' " o le" : :. "' Y ' ! PDVlFPMPM, homes, No,," York and Chmag'o. w,th her parents, lVh'. nnd Mrs ....... ,,,,,, o ..... s ....... ,;,onn II nign PTA's win nie Aries The group will soon =" m-ll 1V il|W|L"nl : Thanksgiving.  dhmer ...... guests of Nell Si,hmons of Potlatch. . ,ene' ........ =":'.,,-,.,,-e,,,-:: ...... .,era,=' " ":':"':,.,',,,. loans for this month only for tonight at the grade for the program "What Does Christmas )You?" A panel discus- ' be led by three clergy- Wendell Harder and Havens of Belfair William Shelley of Local garden clubs invited to provide an displaying Christ- a display of pro- during the year t-H group recently elec- for the coming year. was nanted president, Allen, vice president; secretary; and De- treasurer. Appoint- various chairmen were Eileen Sandy, pro- irman; Katy Blair, rec- Beeber, ways and d Curtis Macomber, re- tlree new members have 1 LIFE INSURANCE WITHOUT RED TAPE [ Physical exam is ]r.SSary. No complicated .!Cal history is re- e.-Most 2Etna Cas-  I'Iomeowners policy- |ers can qualify. Bene- [[..depend upon age at th. (beginning with I[.Q0 at age 25) with L %18 indemnity for ac- ]atal death All for $60 'ear Contact us for IA!is" " ]tligle Agency Ph0ne 426-8272 | Angle Bldg. LAngle-- Dick Angle 1 ?15 a be busy making swags and wreaths for sale in December. Mrs. B!air and Mrs. Maeomber are the group leaders. Four members of the BYF group of the Belfair Baptist Com- munity church, accompanied by hey. Wend.ell Harder traveled to Vancouvm', Nov. 29 to attend the Washington Baptist Youth Fel- lowship senior high convention. Those attending were Becky Grayum, Mildred Kisler, Start Di- shon and Patti Criss. Thente of the three-day convention was "The Price of Peace". SEVERAL MEMBER of the Evergreen Garden Club took rib- ons for their entries in the recent Cross Smmd Holiday Show in Bre- merton. A son was added to the Walter Scott, Jr., family Thanksgiving day. CaT Mann and his family were guests of his mother, Mrs. Calvin H. Mann, Sr., for Thanksgiving and the weekend. North ,Mason school directors will hold their regular monthly i meeting Monday night at 8 p.m. at The grade school. Directors Douglas Hoppe and Ken Rose, ac- companied by Supt. Robert John- sen left Sunday for the Washing- ton State School Directors' As- sociation Anmml Conference in Spokane. The conference will be held Monday and Tuesday. "CIIRISTMAS Around The World" is t1e'fheme of the annual Christmas show sponsored by the Rhododendron Garden Club of BeN fair. The show will be held at the Bear Creek Community Club on Dec. 7, with public viewing from 2 to 8 p.m. Door prize drawing will be held at 7:45 p.m. Garden club entries as well as individ- ual entries will be accepted that morning from 8 to 10 a.m. Sched- ules are available at stores in Belfair. Guy Williams Underwent surg- ery at St. Jor.ph's Hospital in Tacoma the day before Thanks- giving. His condition is reported as fair over the weekend. An accident Smtday morning near the Kitsap County Airport on icy roads and in heavy fog took the life of Miss Dorothy el- son, owner of the Belfair Art Barn on the South Shore. Miss Olson was a former Phys- ical Education instructor in the Bremerton school system. She was not teaching at the present time, having taught last year in CaN ifotia. 00SINESS DIRECTORY 'TIass l-I-eating Xlaert I tallation Sales & Service 514 Ellinor 426-4673 ii, IIM PAULEY, INC. Railroad Ph. 426-8231 PPointments dnesday & Thurs. :00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m, IHONE 426-2072 NIE,S BARBER SHOP . Safety check . Clean-up Minor & major repairs. STARKEY'S HEATING Insurance - , DisabilitY,Life Hspitalizatin- I . Retirement Funds Mutual & United of Omaha Duane Rodgers - 426-6142 [i'iYr"eut - $150 [ Landscaping ! ] , Lawns, rockeries, trees | hampoo & Set'. - $2.00 [ I ,hrub rma.nents - $7.50 up [ I Top soil, tilling, leveling I =vening Appointments I I Free estimates rTASTOWN SALON I I SUNSET LANDSCAPING '!:'4' ht downtown 426-86434th downtown 426-8643 il ! Herbert Raze 426-4718 iliag , ,, Masonry W Building odeling :binet Making he lton Home Builders !ank 719 N. 4th 426-4545 }eries [ stom made. ee estimates 'rk guaranteed 1, C. PENNEY CO. e Ph. 426.8?3 lena gubinsl:ein cos- '1 etics ,. escriptions .. ,YPo-Allergic Cosmencs [E I:L'S PHARMACY r'lldg. Ph, 426-3327 ieal |i:tlsewiring & rewiring Itectric Heating |,%Uble Shooting |eensed & Bonded 426-6520 rtHcal ,, , ! , li trbanks-Morse Pumps |i ectric Heating L estinghouse Appliances $TON ELECTRIC CO. road Ph. 426-6283 ,* Coverings Ii laoleum |(peting ll-tmica Fi,OOR COVERI.g 2 ! Brick, Bloekl Stone I Quality Workmanship I Free Estimates contract or Hourly Bisis BI'L L CARLSON R 3, Box 331 . 426-4480 i Sand, Gravel d I! .TopSoil ] I'1 . Peat Soil | I! " um t' Wr I | | Johns Creek Sand & Gravel I | [__ 426-3552  Norm Anderson Sewing Machine | . Sales, Service Rentals I New and Used I Free Pickup & Delivery I Singer Sewing Center 11175th Ave. East - Olympia I Open 'til 9' p.m. Fri. I Ph. 357-7586 Tire Service , New OK Tires Recapping Used OK TIRE STORES I Mt. View Ph. 426-4832 Travel Air - Rail - Steamship Bus - Hotels - Tours No Extra Charge For Our Service Angle Travel Res. Center 401 Iailroad Ave 426-8272 426-4134 TV Service Phonographs I CB 2-way radio i LEROY'S TV SERVICE | I Mr. View Ph. 4a6-3!72 I ! I Staff Sgt. Thomas P. Lee of Shelton, has graduated from the Air Force Logistics Command Senior Noncommissioned Officer cer Academy at McClellan AFB, Calif. Sgt. Lee, son of Jack H. Lee, Shelton, was trained in management, leadership, human relationi and other duties and responsibilities of senior Air Force noncommissioned officers. The sergeant, who attended Irene S. Reed High Sohool, en- tered the Air Force in July 19- 55. Skip A. Hash, fire control tech- nician first class, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Hash, Potlatch, is serving aboard the guided missile frigate USS MacDonough, partic- *paled in a SATe exercise entitled "South Trap", Sept. 25-28, with the Sixth Fleet in the Mediterran- call. Chief )latter Sergeant Kemmth E. Vhitaker, Shelton, is partici- pating in Exercise Big Lift, the joint Department of Defense dem- onstration of U. S. capability for rapid massive reinforcement of SATe forces. Sgt. Whitaker, an Air Force Clight engineer, is assigned to the Military Air Transport Service which is using 355 aircrews, nec- essary support personnel and more than 200 transport aircraft for Big Lift, the largest transoceanic airlift in history. The sergeant, son of Kenneth S. Whitaker, Shelton, graduated from Irene S. Reed High School. He entered the service in Octo- ber 1942. His wife, Carrie, form- erly resided in Silverdale. Cadet Nicholas M, Zopolis, son of Mr. and Mrs. Peter N. Zopolis Shelton, has been named to the staff position of information offi- cer with the rank of cadet first lieutenant in his unit at the Air Force Academy. Cadet Zopolis was selected for the position in recognition of his demonsfrated leadership abilities and his effectiveness ratings. The cadet, a graduate of Irene S. Reed High School, is a member of the academy class of '64. Army Capt. Randall A. Green- wa.lt, .son of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Greenwalt, Shelton, is enrolled in the year-long Russian language course at the West Coast Branch of The Defense Language Insti- tute, Presidio of Monterey, Calif. Capt. Greenwalt will be trained to speak fluently and to read and write the language. The 28-year-old captain entered the Army in August 1958 and was last stationed at Fort Knox, Ky. He is a 195 graduate of h'ene S. Reed High School, Shelton, and a 1957 graduate of the University of VCashington, Seattle. Cimles Coble, former Shelton high school student, now stationed with the U.S. AtTny in South Kof ea, will be returning to the states in February. He is the son of Jack C0ble. Richard Lee White, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred White, Shelton, recently shipped out from Imper- ial Beach, Calif., going" first to Japan and later to the Philippines. He will spend Christmas in Sing- apore. Laurence H. Somers, USCG, son of Mr. and Mrs. Howard E. Seiners, Grapeview, has begun his Junior year at the U.S. Coast Guard Academy New London, Conn. As a member of the Class of 1965, he will receive a Bachelor of Science degree and will be ap- pointd as a commissioned officer in the Coast Guard on completion of the four-year college curricll- ' Lib'. and Mrs. (A]thm' Johnson were Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Gcndcr- eau of Island Lake, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Johnson, Jennifer and Bruce of Milton, and Nit'. and Mrs. Arian Johnson and Kim of Seattle. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Chester Valley were Mrs, Ethel Fcrris, Olympia, Mrs. Sar- ah Lozier and Mrs. Marie Fish, Tumwater. Mr. and Mrs. Vern Hill attended a Thanksgiving dinner at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Ban- ner at Boston Harbor. Accompan- ink the Hills were Mrs. Rose Ban- .net and Dwight Lambert, Shel- ton. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hunter for Thanksgiving were Mr. and Mrs. Gene Taylor and Edwin Taylor of Kamilehe, Mrs. Norma Wiles and son Peter, Mr. and Mrs. Justfn Taylor, Janet, Paul and Billy of Oyster Bay, and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Hunter and Stanley of Seattle. Friday Mrs. Harold Hun- ter accompanied Janet, Paul and Billy Taylor and Stanley Hun- ter for a swim at the pool. We are happy to report Mrs. Edna Bearden is home follow- ing major surgery in the Shel- ton Hospital. Joinirlg a family dinner Thanks- giving at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Deyette were Mrs. Ed- na Hunter and Mr. Harry Deyette. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Nesser of Bre- merton and Mr. and Mrs. C-et Valley and Linda, Richmond Beach, were Thfinksgiving dinner gamsts of Mr. and Mrs. Chester Valley. MR. AND MRS. BILL Hunter and family, Mh'. and Mrs. Jim Hunter and fmnily, and Mr. and Mrs. Keith Hurst and family of Arcadia enjoyed Thanksgiving dinner with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hunter. Mrs. George Valley, Sue and Jan of Island Lake and Miss Donna Helenius of Tanglcwild were Saturday evening visitm's at the Chester Valley home. hey. and Mrs. John Hadley had as their house guests last week his parents, Rev. and Mrs. Had- ley of California. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Tanner had as their guests Thanksgiving Mrs. The dedieation of the Com- nmnity Cinlrch drew a record crowd and was very impressive with several outside speakers and special musical mmbers. We of the Valley are very proud of the new building and much credit goes to the many friends who gave their time .and donations to make it possible to have a building such as this for win'ship. Following the dedication of the new church Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Johnson entertained at a dinner for Mr. and Mrs. Walter Nelson and family of Edmonds, Mr. and Mrs. Arian Johnson and Kim of Seattle, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Johnson, Jennifer and Bruce of Milton, and Mr. and Mrs. Ches- ter Valley. MR. AND M'RN. VERN Hill at- tended a wedding reception Sat- urday in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Darold DeLaney. The new honte will be in Seattle. Mrs. Edna Hmtter visited last week in Castle Rock at the home of her cousin, Mt. Faye Le- Monds, who returned with Mrs. Hunter for the weekend here. Loren Gee came home from Washington State University to spend Thar/ksgiving with his par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Gee. Mr. and Mrs. Arvid Johnson were dinner gxmsts of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Johnson Thankgiv- i ing. Miss Esther Johnson and Ron Shipley of Seattle Pacific Col- lege spent last weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arvid Johnson. Don Bearden has returned to Seattle where 'he is attending Bi- ble school after spending a week with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Bearden. Mr. and irs. Stan Lyman an family had dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Jack Howard in Shelton on Thanl(sgiving. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Whitntarsh joined a family get-together on Thanksgiving day at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert %hitmarsh in erring. At the last meeting of Skoko- mish Grange the following offi- cers were elected: master, Ches- ter .Valley; overseer, Mary Hun- ter; lecturer, Carol Hunter; stew- Brown; lady assistant steward, Vehna Doal; executive commit- tee, Eric Sjoholm and Richard Deno; home ec, Doris Sjoholm, and pianist. Mary Valley. |i . = II you to choose from. More than anyone else in Iown. Oall now! Fifth & Franklin Olympia In Shelton: Kurt Mann, Loan Counselor 121 Railroad Ave. Phone 426-6592 Hospuahty ,,ha,.,, " " You'll agree.. begins wlth Egg.Nog AMERICAN HERITAGE Fragrant with spices and the traditional flavor of fine rum, (non.alcoholic, of course!), the first sip will convince you, Darigold Makes It Better. at your door or favorlte store for QUICK MEALS! 3 i, i, in|l BIG DAYS DEOEHBER 5, 6, 7 POT ROAST Lean Semi-Boneless Arm Cut ............................. BONELESS BEEF STEW AA BUTTER CHUNK TUNA ,urn MORSELS 1E[ichaelJ. Scrafford, sonofMr. CHOC Sere, Sweet 5/I and Mrs. Robert J..Scrafford, Shelton, completed basic training  MAYOHHswe.et'!S! Nov..1, at the Naval Training Cen- ter, San Diego, Calif. QUARTS 39 , ' FAST ACTION EeOC WA,T EHPEROR GRAPES ............ RATH'S SMOKED DAINTEES ,b 7* DARIGOLD 59 c PRINTS OR CUBES POUND ............ BUMBLE BEE 6y2-OZ. TINS 4/,1 79' V 8 COCKTAIL 3/*1 VOLUMES 13 & 14 JUICE NOW ON 46-0Z. TINS SALEi , ............ INSTANT MILK .*- 79 c COFFEE "" 55' =1 ' TINS TINS - - .... MJB INSTANT OOFFEE ,o;o: so:. .... FAN TAN BREAD 25 RITZ GRAGKERS AVOCADOS Fancy Green California 2/29'* uertos-Per,ect,y Ripe N,B,SCO _,, ILd"J TURNIPS R for sa,ads ............... : ................................ Each , 9 ,2-OZ. i,n' UTABAGAS * ' OR PARSNIPS , Mix or Match ................ Lb. BATHROOM ___T,$SUE 28 :: OHiONS Stews 3 lb. Pile Bag Ea. ASS'T. .'I][ ....................................................... ' 4.ROL4. PAK  I ................................. AJ= ..... !== .... t , i