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December 12, 1963

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. y, December 12, 1963 SHELTONMASON COUNTY JOURNAL  Published in "Christmastown, U.S.A.:&apos;, Shelton, Washington PACE 15 f.. p .1 . , ""!' American Legion Chrl$|ma$ Program lira ' , I 4 h wae Commun00t Club PJ00eo Lake Hahwatzel Oa ton Pinoch eClub Meets l -H NEWS00o . --)t. of Wash. Y ton Assembly of God church will] it w IML u A s = =  us I I mmu  All N= un Ar ill= m =s Shelton Valley Cloers lJlfl 1 VVIVIJIIJ consist of a Christmas skit en   .  , ' " ' " ,'-  Pou Bre ,er, vce president, pre- !i tet,W;:sltL,Cjmtanlert Westen, Commander Pi:'tlg hbanthChllnt}llis' . By Fnmce, Catto from California t;t spend. Chris- i ,.  ' ,, ,,, " ,,y Mabel Khld seven, minces, She joins a broLher, :n D:a:(elC:?iCno4-tj.A,,!o:t.  -   ,,, tl Mel Dobson, Adjutant .:aoozs Dee. 15 .aL 7 p.m. LILLIWAUP Friday the 13th mas there and wxth them m Ya- V DAYTON -- Four tables of Adrmn The proud parents are led the flao" sol  e an K i " "h . . , . . - ' . ' . 4 .  ,, ,, It d eth Tzb- il I -Y cJasses will, present, the Cm'ist- LilliwaupC" onmunit., C1 ,'l lb who AT,, T||FIR lIOSIF.r "Wind 'n By Joaun Tu-mr$ ning in the .'Shelton home. of Mr. klamosa. .... WOLD. A bCd,,-. ^ lv--P FL=dulvd ........ fu Dc. II I Next 00eet,,, ,n;;,eS:,'> m rec,tat,on, panic- ,,'e pl,nning a thrcode,00'i00er ,,f T,de. Mr. and Mrs. 00,es Johnson L'--E :" L,ls and M,'s. J,m Booth. H,gh pr,ze Jam, H,ekson 00pe,;t Sat,,rda, Safeway ,,.as discussed ,he Jl ] Tuesday, Dec. 17 m ., nd song Dec. 22 at 10:30 evening and inviting everyone to will entertain their Alderbrook . AZ = Al E .- , ;.s winners were Dorothy Moore and overnight with Laura Fisher of hri  s ,=,-,, -" i,. "ao , ]l | ..... a.m. enjoy 'it At 6 p.m there'will be xnn emp,6yees with a Christmas oI our nexnoors around.line l,;%Ke Archie Lemke low; "Rachel VaN Bayshore. " ?m?tl.asn ;:n.wl ', '' ,'. tl I: --/n-- 1 /n ........ " - az'tv Slnda evenin Dec 15 are maKnlg preparauons zor  veil ' .................. v ........... a potluck droner wth the. negh- P . ,. Y -. ,  g - .... ". s , -" ' " - and .... coo .... le) and John Anderson tza ng Sunday droner guests. . of Mr and Shelton Rollez- Rink." 1[ |M,rnorial Hall---8 ,om.rnorlal Hail---8 _.m. .N..,It.| W=. II. borhood cooks vying wlth each They ale expoetlna about o0 for Chllstma. , , nl,,king, cakes... =. plnochle. , Tavla Klllough and Ar- Mrs. Bruce IV[cQullkm were Mrs. , ..... .+ ..... ,; ........ . ,,^ , .... 1elwaumnl| Ill l,,mnnl ae,a a buffet su @1 KIOS ana all l(lnus at aolloay ;oou A 1000 tlum hand s . , oa. II: " _ other resulting in a collection of , PP '. cine Lemke " P Delores Nichols and children inclu- _ ".'",_""F ...... ",'. '." . . ' II  interesting hot dishes tasty san The Johnsons. who have been ies. was held by Dorothy Moore and ding Dick who is home on leave z a tne name o [ne leaae, vrs. C I f{ \\; DOUBLE "' DREAMSIUN..: / only Garland makes it. J Creamy knit,  f dreamy colors,  and jewel neck !o (a00d 00ou) / j Of course it goes "/ R of our Garland L $13.95\\; II, 409 Railroad Avenue ads and tempting desserts, giving the diners many opportunities for "weighty" decisions! Then at 7 p.m. President Leim- back will preside at a short bus- iness session, after which pin- ochle play will begin for the sec- ond party in the club series. Hos- tesses for this event who will smwe refreshments at the close of the evening are Mrs. Dess Haines and Mrs. Roland Willson. A big evening at thc Lilliwaup Community Hall. TUESDAY WILl, be a Christ- mas workshop day for members of the Hood Canal Garden Club. Bringing sandwiches for their lunch at noon, they will"Eriie to the clubhouse at Potlatch at 10:30 a.m. and work together on two projects, They will decorate the clubhouse in a Yuletide festive mood ready for the Dec. 19. meet- ing of the Hood Canal -Federated Woman's Club, and also for the dinner party for husbands Dec. 28, to be hosted jointly by the Xoma/'s Club and the Garden Club. Patients at Shelton Manor Nur- sing Home will benefit from the second workshop project, which will be the making of Christmas favors to decorate their trays. Lilliwaup area members of the Garden Club were active in thc Christmas gifL-making demon- strations at Lhe last meeting Dec. 5, Mrs. Jack Leimback displayed a great variety of doll garments in sizes to fit the popular most yearned for dolls. She also showed a black and white knitted hat, with dressy trim. Mrs. George Moake and Mrs. J. E. Schoenber- get demonstrated the making of yarn-covered garment hangers and'also the making of parchment- like greeting cards out of simple materials which encourage indiv- idual artistry. Mrs. Josephine Pe- terson's handsome cone wreath was awarded dm'ing the meeting to Mrs. A1 Jensen of the Valley Grocery. MR. AND MI{,. VSI. James of Roseburg, Ore., accompanied by Mr. James' mother, Mrs. Mary James of Bremerton, were week- end visitors. They visited Mr. and Mrs. Thomas James at Eagle Creek and Mrs. Mary James spent the night there with her son and daughter-in-law, while Bill and El- sie had dinner and were overnight guests of the John Robinsons in their cabin on "Little Lilliwaup Creek. John Rohinson and Bill Jmnes were boyhood friends on Hood Canal and boLh are graduates of the lTniversity of Washington, where John majored in geology and Bill in forestry Bill is now a logging engineer. He and his wife returned Sunday to Rose- burg, taking Bill's mother with them for the Christmas holidays. They stopped in Shelton Sunday to see Bill's sister, Mrs. Gunnar Sjoholm. Recent g[ests aL the Ayock Beach home of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hansen were Mr. and Mrs. Rob- ert Richter of Puyallup. Holiday guests included Mrs. Hansen's brother, Larry Witham, and Mrs. Witham, also their son Charles with his wife and three children. Mrs. Frank Robinson had as }Sunday dinuer guests her son John, with his wife, grandson, Jim, and his friend, Bob Lund. of Ta- coma. The John Robinsons were up for the weekend, getting their creek cabin readied for the holi- days, as they are expecting friends a busy husband-and-wife team in the development of an ambitious program for the Alderbrook Inn resort property, plan to "get away from it all" in a two week vaca- tion in Hawaii.They will be ac- companied by their three daugh- ters. Nancy, Vrginia and Susan when they leave Tuesday, Dec. 17. Nancy is a senior at thc U of W: Virginia is a Shelton high school student and Susan attends the local junior high school Mr. and [rs. Henry Brinkworth. parents of Mr. Johnson. plan to remain here for the hoIidays and will entertain her son. Howard and his wife. Howard was recently transferred from California. where he was witff the Palamar branch of United Control. and is now at Redmond. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Evans spent last weekend in Vancouver. B. C. where they attended the wedding of the daughter of old friends. From Seattle they were accom- panied by two other couples in the trip. The Evans commented on some unusual features of the Last Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Amel Tveit enjoyed dinner at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ward of Bremerton. Mrs. Chester Rupe, and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Lovgren. all of Seattle visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Hansen and Mrs. Edith Profitt last Sunday. Visit- ing later that afternoon was Mrs. Marie McKay of Shelton. Miss Katy Hickson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Allan Hickson was weekend guest of Miss Jo Hick- son of Dayton. Last Friday evening Mr. and Mrs. Hank Chappell visited with Mr. and Mrs. "William Hall of Ka- milche Point. VISITING Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cooper over the weekend was. Frank Cooper, Jr. and Flight Commander Gcorge Murphy, both of Payne Field in Everett. Last Tuesday evening Dick Tup- per attended the meeting of the Shelton Nimrod Club at P.U.D. Auditorium. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Margcson. of the Resort. Mr. and Mrs. Art ceremony and reception, which re- Palmer, Matlock, and Mr. and Mrs. fleeted English and old-world cus- I A1 Tapper attended the baskett- toms and which they found de- i ball game .at Mary M. Knight lightful. School last Tuesday evening m NORTH MASON SCHOOL HEWS Christmas Dance Is Scheduled For Saturday Night; Skating Party Slated For Tonight By Margie Green The GAA will hold a Christmas dance Dee. 14 in the gym. The dress is suggested to be sheaths and heels for the girls and sport clothes for the boys. The dance 'will be from 8 to 11 p.m. with admission prices of 75 cents for couples and 50 cents for singles. Members of the Music Depart- ment have been selling "Mason" candies for $1 a box. The assort- ments include walnut fudge, choc- olate mints, and jelly treats. Any class or club wishing to sponsor one of the dances after the home basketball games is ad- vised to get the dale put on the calendar. Two classes lmve al- ready signed up. There will be  skating party tonight from 6:30 to 8:30. The price is 25 cents for admission and 25 cents for skates. Detention usually scheduled for seventh period in room No. 2 has been discontinued until Jan. 2. It has been replaced with re|scan- .duct reporLs. Three of these con- st|Lutes a free passage home un- til the parent or guardian has a satisfactory conference with Mr Larson. One nfiscondnct slip will constitute a personal visit with Mr. Larson or Mr. Hawkins. A serious firsL may also mean a parent conference. The Nomahi News staff has been selling apples each day at 12:15 p.m. Many senior girls participated last Tuesday in the Betty Crock- er Scholarship Test during third period. It was an opportunity for these girls to try for a $,5,000 scholarship. Mrs. Dagnie cOnduct- ed the test in the Home Economics roonl. DEC. 3 STUDENTS attended the Football Awards Assembly at 2 p.m. followed by a pep as- sembly aL 2:20 p.m. to arouse rooters for the basketball jambor- ee that evening. MEEBERS OF THE Senior Class wish to extend their sin- cere thanks to the following peo- ple and/or groups for their gen- erous assistance with the Senior Play: Herman Nelson. Leonard Rose, Robert Shelly, Mrs. Gay Terrell. Donn Nelson and Stage Band, Jerry Beringer, Bill Haw- kins, and Mrs. Kathryn Curry. "The Mouse That Roared" was produced by special arrangement with the Dramatic Publishing Co. Stage crew for the play includ- ed Jim Cotant, manager; Tom Main. Dave Blakefield, Ran Bick- le. Ben Jensen, Mike Hannigan, with Kathy Curry in charge of set desig2l. The costumes were provided by Kathy Curry, Vicki Amacher. Lora Davis, Elaine Crosswhite. Barbara Kowalczyk, Sallie Travis. and Margie Green. In charge of make-up were Mrs. Gay Terrell. Clye Fain. Rick Ray- gor. Gus Van Slyke, Shirley By- crly, and Bill Workman. Publicity, tickets, postcrs, and programs were provided by Dennis Shelly, Paul Furchert. and Kathy Curry. Sound effects were controlled by Bill Broughton and Jerry By- crly, Special consideration is due Peter Merrill. famflty director, for his sincere interest and had work before, during, and after the pro- duct|on. Mr. Merrill was presented with a new shirt at the conclusion of the play and Susan "Wilson with a bouquet of red cammtions. Several senior picture packages arrived aL the high school lasL Friday. THE PUBLICITY committee mceting for the GAA Christmas dance was held last Wednesday. Icmbers are Judy Petty, Dee Griffith, Kathy Shearer, Arlene Dahl, and Clye Fain. Because of her amazing and ar- tistic talent, Kathy Curry will receive a free Siskan this spring. Her design was very clever and original (as reported by the of- fice). The studcnts will be unable to see the cover until the annuals are issued. There was et student council meeting fifth period last Wednes- day. Shop Penney s every nnghi lull 8.30 p.m. L! ,,'-':::.":5: --^p. utunuu I ullv,,, ... v,vu ... , I-- --. -.. "<*':f:" " " " , *:"'"P;"" : F, a ,' L uS E YOUR-PENNEY CHARGE CARD! GIRL'S COATS ,  --  OMEN'S SKIRTS Asst me Une  Raa,ds COTTON YARDAGE WOMEN'S BLOUSES WOMEN'S ,i " Lined -" Solid Colors and " SWEATERS ' Percales, BrEad cloth, $ Gift Boxed Embroidered $ . = 1 l ;|1Col,c, and Plaid 1;4 3-6X $10 Denim and flannel3 yds. Dacron,) Polyester/ Bulky Shetland and 0,.., .,o.,o, 00o,,oo w.,,o oo,. 00788 f Sizes 10-18 7-14 Co,ors . BOXED CANDY ilk and Dark Chocolates, Dit & Nut Asst., C ocolate Car- 'el Nut Clusters, - L e Nut Butter "e'" i Box ]Pilnch, Peanut Brittle, dlb qlCd Hard Candy JACKETS ,,,o o,,,tod s988 - Solid Colors DRESSES Polycstcr Batiste and and $399 Pima Mist 3-14 CANDY CANES Just Right for the 66 Christmas Stocking .'ach TRANSISTOI RADIO 6 Transistor Complete With Battery. Pocket Size, $11. An Amazing Valu MEN'S SHIR1S Assrted Sprt 2 $5 Shirts and Dress Shirts for SPORT SETS Color - Splash Blouses With Slinky Nubbed Slacks MEN'S BILLFOLDS Assorted Styles $3 All Leather A Beautiful Gift plus tax WOMEN'S ROBES 0000sorted Styles a.d Fabrics. Solid Colors and Prints BOY'S SIIIRTS Assrted Sprt 3 $5 Shirts and Dress Sbirts for 17 JEWEL WATCHES Towncraft Watch Special Swiss Movement ,L2SS Mens & Womens One Year Guarantee plus tax BOY'S JACKETS Outside Quilted Nylon Solid Col- ors - Some Reversible Sizes'2-18 $5" $788 '9 WOMEN'S SLEEPwEAR ,28a Assorted Fabrics and Styles BOSSANOVA RUGS Novelty Designs With Dramatuc Colors. Blues, Greens, Browns, Golds, Orange and More '4 '8 '11 24 x 45 3 x 5 4 x 6 partner, Dick Worthy. Donna An- derson and Ed Valley as high dn- nets for the year provided de- licious refreshments of ham, bak- ed beans, potato salad, rolls, cran- berry sauce, Teen punch and cof- fee. Thc next meeting of the Travel- ing pinochle club will be held in the A. E. Lemke home Jan. 4 with Mrs. Bel Dunoyier as hostess. The Community Club Christmas party will be on Saturday, Dec. 14 at Dayton Hall at 7:30 p.m. There will be an exchange of gifts with a 30 cent limit. Adults bring for adults and children for child- ren. A program will be presented and potluck refreshments of |ella salad and cake will be served. The Ldies' Club will hold its nnual party Tuesday evening, Dec. 17 at 7:30 p.m. There will be an exchange of gifts and Cheer Sisters will be revealed with new names drawn for the coming year. M,. AND MRS. JAMdES Hick- son were happy to receive word from her son and daughter-in-law on Monday of the birth of a girl on Dec. 2, Lynnette Chantell weighed in at seven pounds and which the school played against Greenhill Boys School of Chehalis, Alan Tupper and Floyd (Butch) Margeson Jr., of the Resort, play, ed on the "B" team. Mr. and Mrs, A1 Tupper and Mr. and Mrs. Art Pahner, Mat- lock. attended the funeral of Don MacLennan, at White Center in Seattle. Later they spent the af- ternoon with Mr. MacLennan's daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Palmer of Seattle. Saturday Lhe Tappers had as dinner guests Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Palmer and children, Linda and Mike, of Seattle and Mr. and Mrs. Art Pahner, Matlock. Dinner guests aL the Tappers last Sunday evening was Mr. and Mrs. Dan Adsero and children, formerly of Seattle, now living at the Lake. The Sam Diggles of Lake Nah- watzel were Friday evening guests in the Alvia Chapman home. Mrs. Walter Chappell and chin dren visited Saturday evening in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Warren Cart of Shelton. Attraction for the evening was baby, Shanno Kathleen who was born Dec, 5. She weighed seven pounds and nine ounces. Sister, Casey and bro- ther, Butch are real pleased with baby sister. Sunday visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Pete Roberts were Mr. and Mrs. Bill Roberts and Jim of Island Lake and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Roberts and son. . Kath..LLCkSn-,of.Lake Nah- watzel was weekend guest of the James Hicksons. Sheila Hickson stayed Monday overnight with Aleca Ruddell and they attended the Junior High Bad swim party at the pool. MR. AND MRS, PETE Bloom- field and girls attended the bas- ketball game held at North Thurs- ton high school on Friday night between Western Montana and St. Martins' College to watch son Jerry play. On Saturday evening, they motored to Bellingham ac- companied by Mrs. Les Bishop o see the game there. They visited with daughter, Darlene who is a student at Western Washington. My. and Mrs. Ted Ferris of Olympia were callers in the Alvin Halbert home. The Joe Browns had as Satur- day evening guests :Mr. and :Irs. WGeorge Witcraft and children, and his mother, Mrs. Witeraft of Shelton. Barbara and Beverly Brown returned home with the Witcrafts and spent the night with their girls while Steve WitcrafL stayed overnight with the Brown boys. The Ernest Todds of Manches- ter called on his parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Todd on Saturday, :Mr. and Mrs. Hans Lund and Darlene visited on Sunday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Emil :Mat- on, Shelton. Evers, Demonstrations will be given by 3De Browm. Chuck Brown, Frank Brown, Bob RudeI1, Rockie How- ard. Randy Howard. Aleca RudelL Ron Brewer. Patsy Miltenberger and Gary Miltenberger. Treats will be furnished by Keith Tibbets. W- -- ---- w00tet00a00 In some of the past "'WHEEL- ING" columns, we've talked about the dream cars of the future. Maybe you've got the idea Lhat all auto designers do is dream up fantastic cars of the future. Most engineers' work consists of less dramatic enterprises than designing radi- cally new cars. Their work in- volves such things as what to do with the hump on the floor of conventional cars. They worR on more efficient oil filters so that some day motorists will never have to bother with oil changes. Experimentation is he- ing carried forward that prom- ises, if all goes well, to do away with spark plugs and all the troubles that originate in the ignition system. Such is the engineers' day-to-day search to give ts more comfortable and carefree motoring . . . QUALITY SERVICE at a FAIR PRICE . . . For all your TIRE NEEDS . , . PASSENGER, TRUCK or TRACTOR... NEW or USED tires available at MERV'S TIRECAP . . , 1st & COTA . . . 426-8104. Copr. 1960 SLd. Features of Wn. cANDlE5 Universal Hair Dryer '179s I 25 Outdoor Type Xmas Lites s29s L_ $2 - Christmas Assortment .Gif| Wrap 9'8 I III $1 Christmas Assortment Gif! Wrap 59 .= 1 lb. box $1.60 2 Ib, box 3,15 3 lb. box 4.50 100 -- $5.00 Value 5 lb. box 7.50 Ohristmas Cards Here's a variety to please all tastes for'"creamS'family gifts.fruits' nuts, crisp and chewy cenfers... Ideal '119 -1,  n Christmas : reg. :3.98 I " ndoor Lites of #3 50 " Icicles I lb. box $2.15 l,, The finesf miniature chocolates . with unusual Centers... an elegant gift. Dynmo Label Maker ,795 ITl00Conkeu