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If your social security check is ever lost or stolen, be sure to not- ify your nearest social security office at once. This will help to expedite the investigation so a replacement check can be sent to you. NEW BLUE OX FRI. - SAT OPENS 6:45 I iPAIBOONE 8ARBA AEOE [[ OR [S]m DOlII000000 DAY00 ,R0ss,00ER0000 SUN. - MaN. ONLY GHOST OF DRAG STRIP HOLLOW HOT ROD GANG ( apeviewites To Be Busy With 'GROUPS AT BELFAIR MAKE PLANS Halleck Grange Planning Dance FOR CHRISTMAS PROGRAMS Christmas Parties And Programs BELFAIRBY BettYMembersCriss of the snowmmlflcked ChristmaSin a sledtreesThe an(l aswing Christmas Party This Week Evergreen Garden Club will ex- band furnished mush; for part of GRAPEVIEV/ -- The big news this week. of course, is the annual, eagerly awaited, children's pro- gram and Christmas party to be given at our Grapeview grade- school thi evening at 7:45 p.m. Ahvays delightful, the entertain- ment planned this year promises to live up to expectations with both rooms offering appropriate holiday plays, recitations and songs, followed by coffee and goodies for everyone. Oh yes, we mustn't forget--- jolly old Saint Nick has been ex- tended a special invitation to at- tend and we're sure he won't dis- appoint the kiddies, You're all in- vited to be there, so please come, relax and enjoy yourselves while the children help you get into the tzze Christmas spirit, Once in a holiday mood. it shouldn't be difficult to stay there witl sevell of our community organizations planning parties: Sarah Eckert Orthopedic Guild ladies are invited to tim home of Mrs. C. W. Walker who will host the annual Christmas get-together Friday. Co-hostesses will be Mes- dames Ruby Lewis, Eunice Bengt- son and Lois Weymouth. That's tomorrow, ladies, and don't for- get, there will be a $1 gift ex- change ! Tomorrow evening, at 7:30 p.m. our Grapeview Volunteer Firemen will host a Christmas party for all its members at the Fire Hall. Joe Engen and Julie Stock are in charge and wish to remind mem- bers of the $1 gift exchange. Sunday, Fair Harbor Grange members are reminded there will be a potluck supper at 2 p.m. at the school with a gift exchange to follow. 4-H BARNACLER are planning a Christmas party with tree and humorous gift exchange Dec. 23, at the home of leader, Mrs. Art Nicklaus. Time: 2 p.m. The gradeschool children will be dismissed early Friday after en- joying their Christmas tree and annual gift exchange. Incidentally, t]e lovely large fir tree in Mrs. Olsen's room this year was donated by Don Ander- made for days like " One ingredient is priceless: 7t the Water" Visltor welcome, Olympia Brewiug Company, Olympia, Washington. *O.ty *0 t.a son of Treasure Island and deco- rated last Sunday by Mothers' Club members and their husbands; Mrs. Ed Okonek, Mr. and Mrs. Jubie Hicks. Mr. and Mrs. Don Query, Mr. and Mrs. Walt Clay- ton and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Somers. The Query nncl Hicks families took advantage of a kind offer from friends George and Ruby Lewis to cut Christmas trees on their land. by takiug their faro: ilies (nine youngsters in all on a wet but happy hike through the woods Sunday afternoon, brinK- inK. home a couple of nice speci- mens to enhance their living rooms for the holiday season, After eight consecutive years, we might say that it has become traditional for Dean and Billie Buckingham and their youngsters, Becky and Johnny, to spend part of the weekend before Christmas here in Grapewew in search of a Christmas tree and other greens. With them this year', as in the past, came good friends, Mr. and lYh's. Norman Carlson with three children, Jeff. Kathy and John. of Federal Way. They had a won derful outing, driving out from Seattle Sunday, cutting their greens and then enjoying a de- licious dinner with Dean's folks, Orin and Ethel Buckingham, at ,their Stretch Island home. 4-H club "Barnacles" held a bake sale last Friday and Satur- day at the Grapeview Grocery with every member contributing baked goods and/or time selling. Leaders, Mrs. gubie Hicks and Mrs. Art Nieklaus report that the endeavor vzas a complete success which added a tidy sum to the Bazaeles' treasury. Family and friends of Herbert Hipkins were saddened_ this week to learn of his sudden passing last Friday evening at Clinic Hospital in SheKon, apparently of a heart attack. Mr. Hipkins had resided in the Benson Lake area with Mrs, Hipkins since approximately 1932. After her death 8 years ago he remained at his home alone. He was 78 years old. Funeral services were held Wednesday in Shelton. He is survived by three sons and four daughters. KENNETH PETER, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clare Peters, left Thursday evening to report for duty at San Francisco's Treasure Island Naval Base as an appren- tice seaman in the U.S. Navy. Kenny will serve a two-year hitch with his first leave coming up in about six months. Leavng at the same time to re- port for duty with the U.S. Army at Fort Ord was former Grape- viewite Bob Fraser, He and his change gifts and favorite cookie recipes When they meet Thursday, Dec. 1.9 in the Fireside Room of the Baptist Community chnrch. The arrangement of the month. featuring candles, will be made by Mrs. Harold Johnson. Hostes- ses for the meeting will be Mrs. Marion Newkirk and Mrs. Lowell Gunselman. Members of the club met at the home of Mrs. Harold Johnson Dec. 13 to make swags for the Hillhaven Nursing Home. About 23 swags were delivered to the home over the weekend. The music department of the North Mason Junior-Senior high school presented its Christmas concert Wedn'esday evening, in the high school gym The elementary band pelqormed also that evening. TIlE NORTH MASON GAA sponsored a Christmas dance last Saturday night in the gym. Theme of the dance "Winter Wonderland" was carried out in decorations of Methodist Youth Plan Ghrisimas Program The youth of the Methodist Church wig present a Christmas pageant at 5 p.m. Sunday. Both the Wesley Hi Choir and the Carol Choir wl participate in this pro- gram. Ths will be presented in the church sanctuary and the pub- lc is cordially invited to attend. Following .the program the youth .will go caroling in the community with hopes of. singing for all the shut-ins and ill people of the church. They.will then come back to the church for a chili supper, and carol singing. Christmas Eve services will be- gin at 7 p.m. at the Methodist Church with the service being planned for family attendance. The public is invited. The statute of limitations makes it impossible to revise a social security earnings record af- ter three years, three months, and 15 days. have gone by. That is why it is important that work- ers check their social security earings record about every three years. Your social security district office has a special post card form for this purpose. To check your record, get in touch with your social security district of- fice and ask for Form OAR-7004. family had lived in the former Leonard Clark place north of the Treasure Island bridge. Hope you all realize, there are just four days left to shop before the big day! Merry Christmas, ev- eryone ! SPECIAL ENGAGEMENT HARION& BILL APPEARING UNTIL JAN. 4 instrumental & Vocal for your listening & dancing Nightly (except Sunday, Mondays. Xmas Eve & Xmas) 8:45 to 1:45--Saturdays 7:45 to 12 midnight SHELTON HOT00 the dance. The North Mason Music De- partment has been busy selling boxes of candy, with profits go- ing toward purchase of equipment for the music department. Fruit cakes were sold by the Junior High students to help support Junior High activities. The Bear Creek Community Christmas program is set for Fri- day night at 7:30 p.m. at the Community Hall. The program will feature a story, "Light of the World" Sunday the annual Christmas Concert presented by the ctmir of the Baptist Community church will be given at 11 a.m. in place of the worship service. The Sun- day School program will be held that evening at 6:30 p.m. TIlE BYF GROUP will go car- oling later Sunday evening. A candlelight service will be held at the Community Church at 11 p.m. on Chri;tmas Eve. Last week the Fire Department Auxiliary completed its annual Christmas project of sending Christmas boxes to men from the North Mason area in the armed forces stationed in tis country. Guy Williams is still in the hos- pital, but has been moved from Tacoma to Harrison in Bremer- ton. Belfair looks very festive with a lighted Christmas tree and strings of lights across the high- way at various points. The Ever- green Garden Club members deco- rate their mail boxes and hope others in the community will fol- low suit. By I)ora Hearing MATLOCK Matlock Grange will sponsor its regular dance Saturday( Dec. 21. Dee. 20 at 6:30 p.m. Matlock Grange will have a potlnck snpper and then its Christmas party. Everyone s in- vited to attend. The Mat lock Sunday school will present its ChriStmas prograln at the Matlock Community church at 7:30 p.m. Friday, and everyone is welcome, Mr. and Mrs, Edward Valley spent Sunday at the Rodger Spal- ding home. Mrs. Mabel Brom of North Dakota, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Matson and Mrs. 5{ary Alvauth of Shelton were Wednesday din- ner guests of Mrs. Augusta Port- man and Carl Portman. TIIURSDAY MRS. L. F. Cook of Montesano and Mr. and Mrs. James Churchill of Dayton visit- ed with Mrs. Augusta Portman and Carl. Mr. and Mrs. ,Ves Goodbiwn of Shelton are the parents of a baby daughter born in Olympia Mon- day morning. The baby has a bro- ther. Danny, to welcome her. :Mr. and Mrs. Harold Clift spent Sunday evening with the Elvin Hearings. Mr. and Mrs. Lud Rossmaier spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Adams of Enumclaw and Ethics in politics can wll ac- quire a scriptm'al foundation -mi- nus cant and hypocrisy. The Bible is a textbook for realists as well as theologians. --Chas. P. Taft Garden Club At Allyn Fixing Christmas Trees For Allyn House By Jacqueline Engman ALLYN -- The Beachcomber Garden Club met Dee. 12 at 11 a.m. at the Baptist Community Chinch in Belfair. First they held a short regular meetimg followed by a beautiful Christmas buffet luncheon and then heir Christ- mas gift exchange. Mrs. Vera Izett was chairman of the luncheon. Games were played for entertainment, which Mrs. Vesta Reynolds was chair- man. A very pleasant afternoon was, spent by all the ladies. This was the nicest party the club has ever had Members brought individual Christmas trees which wig be dec- orated and taken to the All.vn House Nursing Home for each patient, which is a project for the club each year Also flowers were brought for the wedding which was held at the Allyn House Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Terrell spent Dee. 14 in Seattle attending an annual holiday dinner with 18 friends. This has taken place ev- ery year for the past 10 years. We want to welcome Mr. and IvIrs. Joe :McCray and daughter who have recently moved to A1- lyn. The McCrays are living at the SherWood Beach Motel rental. MR. AND MRS. DELMER Grif- fey are the proud parents of a ba- by boy born Dec. 10 at Harrison Memorial Hospltal, weighing eight pounds, 4 ounces. Welcome Den- nis Gene! Mr. and Mrs. Reg Engman and children, Roxanne Beeson and Nita Engman spent a lovely day at l[t. Rainier Sunday. Sunday evening was spent in Seattle vis- iting Mr. Engman's sister and fa- mily. Twanoh Grange members will be holding their annual Christmas party Dec. 20 at 6:30 at the BeN fair Fire Hall. Birthday Club met Friday night at Lucitle Rice's in Shelton. Eight- aen members were ,present. A beautiful holiday potluck lunch- eon and Christmas gift ex- change. Everyone had a wonderful time. Mr. and Mrs. Jewel Van Osten entertained Mr. and Mrs. George Davis from Richland. Wash.. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hirsch. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Boyce and Mr. and Mrs. Sam Clements for dinner Sunday. VICTOR Community Club held its Christmas party Friday eve- ning. A potluck dinner was serv- ed. Santa Claus came to visit with the children. The children enter- tained the adults by singing Christmas Carols. They also had their gift exchange. Square dancing at the Belfair Grade School gym Jan. 7, 1964 at 7:30 p.m. Anyone interested may call CRestview 5-3021. their granddaughter. Karen Chamberlin went with lhem and spent Sunday evening at the Ross- mater home. MIL ANI) MRS. LeI{OY Boolhe and family of Hoquiam spent Sun- day at the I. C. Ford home. Mi's. Jake Trimble. Mrs. Ed- ward Vallev, Mrs. Lud Rossmaier. Mrs. I. C. Ford and Mrs. Herbert Brehmeyer Jr., spent Thursday in Shelton taking painting lessons at Mrs. MerIe VanderWal's home. Mrs. Earl Walker. Mrs. Edward Valley and Mrs. Kenueth Howard spent Friday afternoon with Mrs. Ralph Springer of Lake Nahwat- zel. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Walker were Tacoma visitors on Wednesday. Mr, and Mrs. Edward Valley called at the Kenneth Howard home Sunday evening. Mr, and Mrs. A1 Stntz of Har- risburg, Ore.. spent Saturday eye- ning with Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Brehmeyer Jr. I]R. AND 3IRS. 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