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December 12, 1963

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December 12, 1963 "LIFE INSURAHCE '- WITHOUT RED TAPE physical exam is :essary. No comp!icated history zs re- Most 2Etna Cas- ,. Homeowners policy- can qualify. Bene- upon age at (beginning with ,$00 at age 25) with indemnity for ac- All for $60 ear. C2ntact us for Angle Agency SHELTON MASON COUNTY JOURNAL Published in ':CM'istmastown, U.S.A.", Shelton, Washington PAGE [3 Matlock Couple Is Honored With i Southside 4-H Canal Residents Watch Big Fish Playing in Water Over The Weekend Open House On 30th Anniversary 00Club Groups Plan HOODo1 ]` Sl]tll LS ql]It(" po:t llI((:I lllOaVr].i'F.:he ]Oe]Tl\\;' r n\\;. i:." ch:l(h', .Hd hoCl]ltt [' s Connnllnit," Christnlas tl'ecs last Sl n(ly. ''he :"  ''-J-f' " ", " ' "'. i "' " , ' s'! ChristmaSlaxe he was nsing slipped off a loft will be setling . i and tile tendort in his heel \\;va, a thrilling sight for Canal rest- Tim Cub couts program Sunday at 7 p.m. The dents on Satm'day and Sunday swags again this year so anyone{public is invited. ,,y , Christmas Parties to black fisb or ,tiller inLerested find a Cub Seolzt or i Jim Goodl)aster had an uufor-jseverc]y cut. He ,,.ill be on ,;rut- MATLOCK - - Mr. and Mrs. Ar- hall Saturday evening, whales, whichever, as they eavof call Mrs. Charles \\;Vinne. tunate accident while cuLLing  ches for about six weeks. thur Sharp, Mr. and Mrs. James Mll. AND MRS. I,, !). Portman ted around the Canal. \\;Vhen that ..................................................................................................... [ Mrs, Robert Smith attended the Rossmaier, Mr. and Mrs. Carl of Sheltoll and Mr. and Mrs. By Nlrs R'Iv Kraleha [big tail swishes into the air and lamilche u g"ran-e Schools aK! g"i|''g " iannua' Avon Christmaspartyhehi Goodburn and Mr. and Mrs. Larry Watson Ross of Oyster Bay called SOUqHSI})E -"-" Skooium Corn- the spray flies, it makes one feel in Bremerton, this 3"ear. Chamberlin were host and hostess on Mrs. Augusta Portman and mnnity Cttlb is having its Christ- nmeh .safer to be on land just Ifor open house ill honor of their Carl Portman Sundav afternoon, mas party on Dee. 20 at Little/watemng P[al]s For Their Christmas Parties DAN(IN(] folks, Mr. and Mrs. Lud Ross- Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Bradberry Skookum Comnmnity Hall, start-! The Hoodsport school classes mater's 30th wedding anniversary spent Saturday visiting the VCes ing off with a 6 p.m. supper and of Mrs. Jean Moore and Mrs. Ev- at the Matloek Grange Hall last Goodburn family and also called everyone bringing a 25 cent gift, elyn McKinney, traveled to Kirk's I Sunday afternoon. More than 100 on Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Rowe Santa Claus will be there and will Tree Farm on Friday and were By Iq'a.nces Simmons missionary to Venezuela and Co- people attended of Shelton. have a program, shown the processes which pro- KAMILCHE .... The Grange lumbia. South America, Lalnpost Tavern Matlock Grange held ils reg- Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Boothe ant Skookum Ladies' Club meets duee a Christmas tree. Norman Christmas party will be held on The excitement armmd Kamil- 3 Nights Each Week ular meeting last Friday evening family of tIoquiam spent Friday today at the holne of Mardi My- Gray drove the bus for the trip. l,'riday night of this week (13th) che tasL Friday ran high when with a good turn-out. The cba,'ter night and Saturday with the I. C. ers. Mr. and Mrs. Matt VanLaanen at 8 p.m. There will be an ex- was drapedin memory of our late ' Ford family. Southside Grange meeting for and girls and Mr. and Mrs. Joe cnange of,0 cent gifts and the one of the middle box cars of Thurs Fri Sat president, Jcdm F. Kennedy. There Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Simpson of Dec. 20 has been postponed. The McKiel were Sunday dinner guests parents will bring their own chil- the Northern Pacific railway will be potluck supper at the Bremerton spent Sunday with next regular meeting of the in the home of Mr'. and Mrs. Rudy dren's gifts for the Christmas train jumped off the track near m m m next meeting, Dee. 20 at 6:30 p.m. Mrs. J. R. Singleton. Grange will be Jan. 3. Schwab. tree. Earlier in the evening, at the bighway crossing and ran Live Western Music and then the C t;u'istmas party and Mr. anti Mrs. Earl Walker and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Koch are Traveling to Seattle for bus- 6:30 p.m. there will be a potluck several feet along the ties before exchange of gifts. The Matlock vicinity had 23 Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hollatz re- the proud grandparents of a son, iness and pleasure were Mrs. Jack dinner, the cars were stopped. Monday FREE ADMISSION turned last week Wednesday from Steven Carl. born to Mr. and Mrs. Grubb and Mrs. Robert Nesbitt, The children at the school are the repair crew was busy mend- inches of rain in NovmTl3er ae- San Diego, Calif.. where they Raymond Rose Dee. 5. Steven Also spending a day in the city busy getting ready for their ing the broken ties. cording to Herbert Brehmeyer Srs. spent two weeks with the Garth Carl joins another brother David. was Mrs, Dick Addleman, Christmas program and with gift .............................................. 2_L ................................ measuring gauge, \\;Ve are sure Calkin family and Mr. and Mrs. this is a record. . GUESTS OF IIR. and Mrs. L. The Tiny Tim Orthopedic Guild Phone 426-8272 Angle Bldg. Angle -- Dick Angle AETNA CASUALTY AND SURETY COMPANY HARTFORD. CONNECTICUT Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Helin were Saturday evening dinner guests of 3Jr. and Mrs. Elvin Hearing. Mr. and Mrs, Earl Walker and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Trenckmann. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Clift. Mr. Larry Walker and other relatives. They made the trip by bus. Bill Trenekmann. son of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Trenckmann. re- turned Sunday from the 4-H con- vention in Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Brehmey- 2;lih=_----=_.==___l and Mrs. Lud Rossmaier attended -7..,.- - =- . _ " tim Mason County road crew . .....  - 00gOS "i'. towrey00, Organs  4r'.: ' JOHNNY'S HUSIC BOX OPEN MON. & FRI. EVENINGS 205 Cota St. er Jr. and family spent Friday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Ray Kimmerly of Shelton. THE HERBERT Brehmeyer Jr. family spent Sunday evening at the I, C. Ford home. Mr. and Mrs: Harry RickerL of Hoquiam were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Howard. Mr. and Mrs, Gene Brown and baby spent Saturday evening with Mr. and Mrs. John MeGarvie, Mr. and Mrs, Gene Brown and son Tracey spent Wednesday and Thursday at Auburn with tle former's folks. Mr. and Mrs. John McGarvie spent Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Walter Shaw. l  " f Noes, Famous 3-T NYLON 190 TRACTOR- TYPE CLEATS 190 cleats dig in-pull you through snow like a tractor I $ NO MONEY DOWN! $ FREE MOI)NTINGI t $ ASLOWAS 45 6.50 x 13 tubeless blackwMl llus tax and Recappable Tire Size Blackwall Price* SURE-GRIP 6.--0x15- --sia76 .... 6.00x16 $15.84 Tube-Type .... 7i0x15 .... i15.-84--- 7.60x15 $17.95 HURR Y SURE-Q Tubeless ..... ....................... WHILE THEY Blackwall Whitewall Size Price* Price* 6.50x13 $13.18 $15.84 7 50x14 $16.38 $18.99 8.00x14 $17.95 $20.60 - ---50x14 $20.05 ....... $22.70 .... 6.70x15 $16.35 $i8.99  --- 7.60x15 ...... 8.20x15 LAST ! LOW PRICES ON ALL $20.05 $22.70 $22.70 ,00291 .... SIZES ! *Plus tax and recappable Tire Album No. 3 GOODF1YEAR 1Shaub-Ellison I00o. TACOMA SHELTON PUYALLUP 19th & Pacific Front & Grove 5th & E. Main Y[. Asche Sunday for dnner were Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Asche and Mr. and Mrs. Axel Wilardson. Four Leaves 4-H Club members met Dee. 5 .at the home of their leader. Mrs. Bakke. Diane Symes led the flag salute and pledge. Club members discussed a skating party for Christmas on Dec. 20. Robin Bakke was appointed to contact other Southside 4-H groups and see if they would like to go "Caroling". The nex meet- ing of the Four Leaves will be Dec. 18 at Mrs. Bakke's. LIVE WIRES 4-H Club meet- ing was called to order Dec. 5, flag salute and pledge were giv- en. roll call was taken, project re- ports Were given and minutes were read and approved. Club members decided to have a swim party Dee. 23. For another com- munity project members decided on some gifts. The Live Wires are going to have a Christmas party but no date has been set. Stopping at the Ray Kratcha's Monday were Mrs. John Speas who was on her way to Bremerton and Charles Botts. met in the home of Mrs, Tom Con- nally at Lilliwaup. The business of the evening was a discussion on the Fancy Cookie Sale to be held by the members Dee. 21. The sale Will be held at Hale's Store in Hoodsport, sta.rting at 10 a.m. Membe)s will meet in the home of Mrs. Rudy Schwab on Friday at 1 p.m. to pack the boxes, so any orders should be in by then. The Hoodsport Pre-SchooI mem- bers are selling gift wrappings and ribbon for their fund raising project, this year. More informa- tion may be obtained by calling Mrs. John Denison. Mrs. John Lar- amie or 1V[rs. John Pill. VISITING IN the home of Mr, and Mrs. Bill Bryant is Elwanda's cousin, Jean Goree of Springdale, Ark. Two big events in the Potlatch Post Office this week, is the mar- riage of Dorothy B. Larson to Alien Strine and the opening of the new building as the Post Of- fice, Mrs. Strine wishes to invite her patrons and friends to an op- en house Saturday from 2 to 4 making and studies, there is a .ligl$1tl.illi' reat deal of activity. The moth- Iil ' tN ers of the primary students met   1, .... KV[.". ,"7' /;1% ,t. ,tJD, 0 ,  last Thnrsday to work on Christ-  ',a" , **_ ', ' mas costumes. The program will [ I FI" , -C ff'L'(."  /O '1' be preseoled Deo. 19. I i..I.-. ;Ior'3:.w4t/_/0,qVP'/ Mr. and Mrs. Leo Ruckmann I e-[q )J_J.Z,,.. '""''" "'l,.l-"g l/ and daughter Carolyn visited at 1, .--r | ",, . .  ,p --,,..,, v , " the Matt Reynolds home last Sun- ' "" day, Mr. and Mrs. O. R. Taylor at- tended the birthday dinner of their two grandsons. Mark and Ben last Sunday at the home of their son aud family, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Taylor of Shelton. Mrs. Sadie Griggs .of Oly.mpia visited with the Martin Otto's a few days last week. TIlE CALDIVEIJ, family Who were living at the former Scott residence have moved nto the Shelton arem Mr. and Mrs. David Whitener welcomed a new baby girl into their home last Sunday. She is Rhonda Michellc and she joins a brother and sister. Kenneth Kindred of Canyon- ville. Ore.. and Lucille Daniels of Bremerton were callers at the Herbert Nelson home last Wed- nesday. Allyn Grade School Christmas .oow baby came to the Dew- cy Sigo home on Dec. 4, a boy who has been named Daniel Thomas, Mr. and Mrs. Dgm Woods enter- Pr00ram Is Planned F0! Dec: !9 tained a hmcheon guest last Sat- tlrday, Virgil Hanson, who is a ........................... , s the, Adventists __To Star! nnua ar01in The annual -World Mismon Ap- The Midge Doll with suitcase those who donated for the sale. peal, sponsored by the ShelLon and wardrobe drawing will be Our greatest thanks go to Popes Seventh-Day Adventist church held Dec. 14 at 2 o'clock at Pope's and Serve-U for allowing the 4-H with house-to-house calls and cat GIFT  Shopping Center in Belfair. Club to hold the sale at their oling begins Saturday night, De- Victor Ladies' Club will have stores, cemt)er 14. Leading out with the , its Christmas party Dec. 17 at TItE IlEPLlgNISltlN( sbower volunteer worlers is Victor Mat- WtftReAP 8 8 p.m. at the home of Pat Schil- for this month houoved Mrs. Dot- son, the Home M.issions leader. linger. Co-hostess Mrs. Bey At'-othy Watson. Among the many Funds go for educational, med- !i 1;; lovely gifts she received til=bi; !jca !, disaster and welfare aid in/! g tend.cher" Husbands are invited to at- trays, casserole dish, snack t.lhlti,his dounlry as well as in 196 60 Don't forget birthday chlb will bath towels, hand .towels. Fifteen|other countries. meet Dee. 13 at 7:30 p.m at the members were present. Dorothy| On a world basis, 1961 figures home of Lucille Rice in Shelton served a delicious hmeheon of lshow value of vohmteer workers macaroni salad rye b]'ead, hmch amounted to $25,977,507. Persons meats, pickles olives, red, green I helped 7,593.047 ,welfare ship Thurs. - Fri. - Sat. - Sunday Christmas Lights i Outdoor String of 25 '299 ! ' i Outdoor Strh!g ,of 15 .............................. _=.$2.59 Outdoor Twinkle - 15 .................................... 2.99 1.89 Indoor String - 15 ........................................ Indoor Twinkle - 15 ...................................... 2.89  =nA reg. 25 2/"29 iUIULI: reg. 49 2j"ag l" All StYrofoam i Pr,ce" i" All Styr0f0am ! for the Christmas party and ex- ' changing' of gifts. The Beachcombers' Garden Club and white colored pears, cottage ments aud U.S. hurricane and  Reg. 98d Ornaments -- 69 will meet Dec. 12 at 11 a.m. at cheese, cake and coffee. Mrs. Flos- flood are'is. $1 782.120. VVe oper- .}, the Belfair Community Church in sic Palsms will be the next lady ate 703 Health and VCelfare cen- ! i I i the fireside room. It will have a potluck hmcheon and exchange of gifts. MR. AND MRS. ARCItlE Clegg of Victoria. B.C. left Saturday to return home after spending three weeks with Mr. and Mrs. Steve Boyce. The two couples have been close friends or over 50 years. Mrs. Sam Clements and Mrs. Steve Bnyce attended a bridal shower given in honor of Mrs. Sam Clement's grand niece at MeMillan. Wash. Gounly Has No Traffic Dealhs During November Mason County got through the month of November without a single traffic death. Washington State Patrol Chief Roy Betlaeh said the month's death free rec- ord left the county's 1963 traffic toll standing at seven as of Nov. 30, During the first 11 months of lasL year five persons had been killed on the county's streets and highways. Speed, failure to yield the right of way, and pedestrian violations led the list of accident causes which took 59 lives in the state during November, Chief Betlach said winter driving conditons and earlier hours of darkness have greatly increased the possibility of having an accident. 'ffJnless motorists recognize that driving during the winter months is considerably more dan- gerous than at other times of the year." the Patrol Chief said, "our death toll this year may reach an all time high," Betlach holed that there had been five more traffic deaths in the state during the first 11 months of this year than were recorded in the same period of 1962. He said the toll at the end of ,November was 35 more than the average for the last three years. Jaycees To Sponsor Santa Galling The Shelton Jaycees are spon- soring "Santa Calling" for Lhe youngsters again this year. The calls are to be made to children under seven years of age during the week of Dec. 20-25 between 7 and 8 p.m.. unless spe- cial arrangements are made. There is no charge for the calls. Those Wishing Santa to call their child should send a card with child's full name. age, names of brothers and sistters, and a list of a few of ttle toys the elfild ex- pects Lo receive. The Cards should be addressed to "Smta Calling," Box 365, Shel- ton, Wash. honored in January ters. Nell's Pharmacy ' Mr. and Mrs. Jewel Von Osten Contributions gathered at this  Phone " 426-3327 entertained Mr. and Mrs. Archie tilne colnprise about 7 percent of Clegg and Mr. and Mrs. Steve the total cost of this humanitar-I  Boyce for dinner Friday evening, ian program, jili#l_lil41!illill  NEW CHEVELLE ! " BY CHEVROLET The kind of go--G or VS--you'd expect from one of Chevy's great highway performers. Come on down and drivo It, The kind of comfort you'd expect in a large interior. Come on down and sit in it. that makes it the year' s smartest surprise. Come down and stare at it. rez0 Cevee #al{t or CO! Now-Chevy spirit in a new kindof car! We built this one to do more than just stand around looking beautiful. Held its weight down in the 3,000- potmd range. Then built four lusty engines--two sixes and two V8's--with output all the way up to 220 horses*! And if that makes you think this is one frisky car, way it muffles noise and cushions bumps. And the fine hand of Body by Fisher craftsmen shows up beneath this one's suave good looks, too. Sound good? There's more. Like the fact that Chevelle comes in three series with eleven models--convertibles, you've got the right idea. sport coupes, sedans, wagons, even Super Sport models You've also got a roomy car here. Yet its ll5-inch \\; with front bucket seats. Like the fact that (and see if wheeIbase keeps it highly maneuverable in this isn't one of the nicest surprises of all) the traffic and very easy to park. new Chevelle comes at an easy-to-take price! With its Full Coil suspension, it's got a ride Like to hear more? The listening's wonderful that reminds you of the Jet-smooth kind the at your Chevrolet dealer's--and so's the driving. gptional at extra eol See five entirely different kinds of cars at your Chevrolet Showroom--CHEVRoLET, CHEVELLE, CHEVY , CORVAIR & CORVETTE HELL CHEVROLET COHPANY 1st & Grove Sts. Shelton Phone 426-4426