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December 12, 1963

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PAGE 2 3IIELTON--MASON COUNTY JOURNAL-- Published in r:Christmasiown, U.S.A.", Shelton, Washington Thursday, December 12, This year your child can be photographed, if you wish, as he talks to Santa Claus during his visits to the old Journal build- ing on Fourth Street. 1--for $1.50 ] Sorry No Color I 3--for $3.00 Perhaps Next 6--for $5.50 Ver Friday 7 to 8 p.m. Saturday 2 to 4 p.m. DEAN'S STUDIO . m, , J i QUALITY EQUIPHEHT PROPER EQUIPMEHT EXPERTLY OPERATED Adds Up To More Efficient Use of Your Power Dollar This policy, long carried out by your P.U.D. 3 officers, dbes two important thingsbrings you cheaper electricity, assures you of fewer interruptions in your power service. MASON P.U.D. NO. 3 COUNTY JACK COLE, president; TOM WEBB, vice president; ED TAYLOR, secretary JERRY SAMPLES. mager LIVE BETTER ELECTRICALLY a_ i Skekomish 00aJ!ey .............. Taking On Look Of Chr0000s00eas B3" Mary Valley SKOKOMISH The Valley is beginning to tak on the look of Christma, with ihe Klow of color- ed lights and the Hv.nter Brothe,'s loading trcks and trailers with loads of Chri,qtmas trees for dis- tributions at their lots in Seattle. The Vomens Fellowship of the Community Church will meet to. night in the home of Mrs. Ida Johnson aL 8 pan. After the re-. gular order of the business there will be an exchange of gifts. A cordial invitation is extended to the ladies of the Valley. Come and enjoy an evening of Christmas music. Skokomish Grange will meet - Friday, starting with a pot-luck dinner at 7 p.m. There will be a short business meeting followed by a Christmas party and ex- change of gifts. Mr. a'nd Mrs. Chester Valley were recent dinner guests of'Mrs. Florence Lawton in Shelton. Other guests from Shelton were Mr. and Mrs. Earl Fitchett and Mrs. May- belle Daniels During the evening Mrs. Lawton showed colored slides of some of her trips thru the east coast and Maine and also some the Southwest U.S. and Mex- ico. THE GRANGE LADIES Aux- iliary served the Annual Christ-_ mas banquet for' the Kings Kuples f of the Shelton Baptist Church last Friday evening at the Community Hall. The tables were attractively decorated and the ladies received many complements on the good food. Mrs. Max Latzel showed some beautiful colored slides of her recent trip to Europe, which were enjoyed by all. The devotions were, brought by Rev. Eugene Knautz with Rev. Virgil Hanson, a missionary from Venezuala giv- ing a talk on his work there. Sin- ging of Christmas Carols conclud- ed the evening. Mrs. Claude Dugger and daugh- ter. Mrs. Delores Drake, of Shet- ton, made a business trip to Ta- coma Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Johnson were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Chester Valley. Claude Dugger and son Karl en- joyed the football banquet last 2aesday evemng at the Mt. View school. Mrs. Ethel Freeman of Nampa, Idaho visited her daughter and fa- mily, Mr. and'Mrs. Lester Crossan, and also visited other relatives while here. MRS. BERTHA PETERSON has returned home after spending some time with her son and family Mr. and Mrs. Wilber Peterson of Crestwell, Ore. IV[r. and Mrs. Humphrey :Nelson were dinner guests of Leland YIUd- son at Little Skokum on honday, evening. i,[rs. Claude Dugger visited with /li's. Don Pavil of Lower Skoko- mish one day last week. Samuel M. Dick Funeral Is Held Funeral services were held at 1 p.m. Saturday in Batstone Fun- eral Home for Samuel Marvin Dick, 79, who died at Bainbridge Island Dec. 4. Services were un- der the direction of Owyen Fun- eral Home, Bainbridge Island, with burial in Shelton Memorial Park. Mr. Dick was born Jan. 25, 1884 in Oreaville. Me. and came to Washington in 1925 from Hood River. Ore., settling first at Car- nation. He came to Shelton in 1938 aug moved to a home on the Hood Canal in 1940 where he lived until moving to Bainbridge Island in 1956. He was married to Nellie 1Vfae 5effers Sept. 1. 1905. She preced- ed him in death in 1952. He was a life-long member of the IOOF Lodge. Survivors include three daugh- TWO sHELTON TEEN-AGERS walked away with honors this week in the Western Deanery compe- tition for CYO Girl" and Boy of the Month spon- sored by the Carroll Club, a Catholic business men's group, in Seattle. Kelly Fredson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mark Fredson, was elected CYO Girl of the Month and Jim Doerty, son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Doerty, was named CYO boy of the Month for the area. Winning in the area con- test makes the two eligible for state finals which will include a CYO boy and girl from each of the 12 areas in the state. Winners of this competition will be named CYO Boy and Girl of the Year for the state and will be awarded a $250 scholarship o apiece. Both" of the young people are Shelton High schools seniors and members of Honor Society. Miss Kelly belongs tothe high school Latin Club, Scarlet "S" and Pep Club. She is vice president of the Shelton Catholic Youth Organization and vice president o fthe Bremerton District CYO. Jim is a member of his high school Thespian Society and Latin Club and belongs to Mason County Young Democrats, the Olympic Ski Club and Rifle Club. He is president of the Western Deanery Teen Club and has been president of the Shelton Teen Club for two years. Both are members of St. Ed- ward's parish in Shelton. New Minister Installed At The Beifair Community Baptist Church By Betty Criss BELFAIR The Rev. Wendell L. Harder was installed as the new pastor of the Belfair Com- munity Baptist Church at a spec- ial service last Sunday at 3 p.m. The Rev. Wayne Roberts, min- ister of church extension and the Rev. Harris Floyd, wee moderator of the Olympic Association. as- sisted in the installation ceremo- nie.. Rev. Mr. Harder replaces Rev. Milton Gire. who left in September to become pastor of the Aberdeen First Baptist Church. Rev. Mr. Harder comes to Belfair from the south central Washington com- munity of Laurel Klekitat Coun- ty), where he and his wife and three children resided for three years while he was pastor o the Laurel Community Baptist church. The Servicer-, Class Play F'The Mouse That g(aI'ed", poutpmed ,from :Nov. 22-23 was presented twice Dec. 6. Students viewed the play at 9 a.m. Friday and an eve- ning performance was enjoyed by the community at 8 p.m. that night. After%Yards. the leading la- dy, Miss Susan "Wilson was pre- sented with a bouquet of roses and the director. Peter Merrill. high school teacher was present- FOBM:ER RESIDENT DIES IN ARCATA, CALIF. A former Shelton resident. El- bert F. (All Fisch..died December 1 in Arcata. Calif.. at the age of 61. He lived here for about 20 years during the 1930-40's. A Ma- sonic funeral was held in Arcata December 5. Mr. Fisch has a sister., Mrs. Imogene Cooper, living in Shelton, as well as a niece, Mrs. Emma Goodpaster: ters, Mrs. Ethel Stickney, Issa- quah; Mrs. June Bretthauer, Bellevue and Mrs. Thehna Tif- fany, Glendale. Calif.; two sons. t Frank, Bainbridge Island, and Vern, ,luneau, Alaska; five grand- children and three great grand- children. ed with a gift from the cast. EVENTS FOR students and community alike are coming thick and fast fox' the next few weeks. Monday, Dec. 9 was school board meeting; Tuesday, Dec. 10 the Basketball team meets Charles Wright over there. Also a Cub Scouts Parents' meeting at the Community church at 7:30 p.m. Today is a BYF sponsored roller- skating party at Shelton from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Friday night, Dec. 13 basketball again when North Mason hosts Chimacum. Saturday, Dec. ]4 is the GAA Christmas dance. A new 4-H group, the Belles and Beaus. has been organized, with Mrs. Hank Harper as leader. Projects are cooking, rocks and minerals, beef and photography. Miss Genevieve Wolfe of Sunset Beach south shore, was hospital- ized Thanksgiving Day in Wenat- chee. following a heart attack. Firm Promotes Allen 0, Alexander Mr. and Mrs. Harry L. Alex- ander received the news of the appointment of their son: Allen C. Alexander (Nick) to vice presi- dent and sales manager of the Foster & Kleiser Advertising Firm in New York. He has been with Foster & Kleiser since 1956 and has recent- ly been Accounts Supervisor in the New Yoi'k office. He now be- comes responsible for both nation- al  and local sales in the New York market. He is a graduate of Irene S. Reed high school and attended the University of Washington. Univer- sity of Arizona and the Western Washington College of Education. He taught high school for four years in Washington and .Oregon before joining Foster & Kleiser. He and his wife, the forme Seattle Woman To Speak Locally On Human Rights Day Mrs. Hazel Mort. Seattle, will speak at an obsel-cance of Human Rights Day to be held this Satur- aay at 8 p.m. at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Martig, 409 Oak street. The public is cordially in- vited. The theme of the program will be "Human Rights---A search for Personal Freedoms" Programs on this theme are being sponsored by members of the Baha'i World Faith in more than 1.000 Ameri- can communities. The Universal Declaration of Human Rights was adopted by the United Nations December 10. :1948--just 15 years ago. It states in its preamble that "'recognition of the inherent dignity and of the equal and inalienable rights of all members of the human fam- ily is the foundation of freedom, justic and peace in the world". This is a basic principle of the Baha'i Faith and has been since its beginmng over 100 years ago. As an organization with accred- ited observers at the United Na- tions in the non-governmental sec- tion, and twice cited by the U.S. Committee for the UN for its efforts in furthering the princi- ples of the United Nations, the Baha'ts feel that everyone has a vital stake in Human Rights Day. The Baha'i World Faith believes in the oneness of mankind and the fundamental oneness of religion. Melhodisi,Dhurch Plans Christmas Events Sunday afternoon at 4 p.m. the children of the Shelton Methodist church will present a Christmas pageant for their parents and friends of the church. The tradi- tional Birthday Cake in honor of Jesus' Birtliday will be a part of the activity. The Men's Club of the Methodist church is promoting a Christmas potluck dinner Monday night at Lois French of Bellingham, live 6:30 p.m. A recent visitor to the with their three daughters in Gar- ] HolyLand will be showing slides den City, Long Island. N.Y. . and giving a talk for the program. Simpson Names Fire Chief For Waterfront Appointment of Aberdeen Fire Chief Royce H. Valdrep as Simp- son Timber Co. Fire chief in Shel- ton, effective Jan. 15. was an- nounced today by the Company. Waldrcp, 60, was with the Ta- coma fire department for 28 years before going to Aberdeen in 1957 as chief. He is on the board of directors of the Washington State Association of Fire Chiefs and a member of the National Fire Pro- tection Association. "Chief Waldrep will be in charge of an intensive new tire preven- tion pIogram for the Shelton wa- terfront," said H. A. Ahlskog, manager, fir and hemlock saw- mills division, who is responsible fo: Simpson's waterfront fire pre- vention efforts. "We are extreme- ly happy to have a man of Chief Waldrep's stature come with Simpson." AHLSKOG POINTED out that Simpson plants on the Shelton waterfront f01Tn one of the larg- est wood mamlfacturing complex- es in the U.S.. and that the Com- pany's current expansion and mo- dernization program is adding substantially to this. When cur- rent expansion and and modern- ization program is adding sub- substntially to this. When current projects are completed next year, the Shelton waterfront will have some 10 ac- res of manufacturing facilities un- der roof in wood buildings. This calls for a superior fire prevention effort, said Ahlskog. "Chief Waldrep's appointment in no way changes the very fine relationship We have with the Shelton fire department, under T. D. Deer," said Ahlskog. 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