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,J\\;\ t ;day, December 19, 1963 SI-IELTON--MAS0N COUNTY JOURNAL 2_ Published in "Crgstmasiou'n, U.S.A.", Shelton,,,Washington ...... PAGE 13 l'00o Harshne island Couples NORTH MASON SCHOOL NEWS i 00ome Grandparents The Past Week By Cindy Vaite Martin GoeL-  became grandparents again ?ember 6. John Lee and E1- Goetsch were blessed with girl. Juanita Anne was I in the early morning, weigh- %in at six ponmts and seven Juanita Anne was born hospital and already five sisters and one brother. and Mrs. Gortz also be- le grandparents for the third Bernice Sehnauble, their had a baby girl Dec. 10. seven pound and two Ollnce was born at the St. Peters in Olympia. The Sehnau- named their new little girl tie Lynn. Traeie Lynn already two little brothers to play and Tracie Lynn are from the hospital and rest- at their home in Shelton. The CULVER C3300 Series Quality 23"* TV in. view. are@ lowboy console 23,000-volt precision chassis plus "Super turret tuner insure ex- ; aded fringe area reception HF adaptable, opt., extra). rr0nt Alnico speaker. 30" h.p !1/(6" w., 15,'" d. C3301-- Walnut. C3302--Mahogany ramed finishes on Hardboard. |Vailable with Admiral Full !|"IfUnction Sonar Wireless Re- la0te Control--CS3300 Series. iJrTarns TV Set On ili Turns TV Set Completely Off |iChanges Channels sts to 3 Volume Levels Johnny's Music Box 205 Cote Street The oyster growers who ship their oysters to the Hilton Com- pany in Shelton started their Christmas vacation this Tuesday. They will resume operation Jan. 6 of the new year. Mable Baunsgard and Gret Sim- mons enjoyed Friday by visiting with Charles Stewarts of Gardefi City. WEEKEND GUEST of Jim and Naoma Lohrer was Mrs. Mildred Kizer. Mr-;. Kizer is a resident of Lakewood. There was good turnout of the Grange members last Friday night. There were also 11 child- ren who enjoyed the potluck din- her and gift exchange before the Grange meeting. Paul Chaffee. past master of the Harstine Grange, installed all the new offi- cers. The Harstine school children are very enthusiastic about their Christmas Program which is com- ing up Friday. Everyone is in- vited to\\;attend the program. There will be Christmas candy for all the children, a gift exchange, and the climax will be when Santa Claus will appear. The program wLll, be. as follows: "The Bet", a skit. will be pre- sented by Mare and Mike Glaser. Next will be a one-act play, "The LaPinta"'. Patti Glaser will play the part of Cindy; Lorna Saeger, Inez , Vincent Glaser, Roberto Jan Saeger, Papacito; Mike Gins- set, Marc Glaser, Randy Glaser and Bill WRite will play the friends of Robertos. Then Bill WRite will present a solo dance. Next on the program will be an- other one-act play, "The Florist Shop." Patti Glaser will play the char- acter of June; Lorna Saeger, Jes- sie Wells; Rondall Glaser, Jim Jackson; Bill WRite, Henry; Jan Saeger. Mr. Paul. Randy Glaser will be master of ceremonies. Mrs. Green is very proud of her stud- ents this year and the job that they have done on the Christmas program. I hope the students have a good turnout. THE TOM TIERNEYS and the Irvie Wingerts spent Tuesday in Tacoma. On their way home they visited the Archie Doolittles of Sumner. The Doolittles have a summer home on the Island. Mr. and Mrs. George Carlson, former residents of the island, visited Jim and Naoma Lohrer on Friday evening. The Carlsons are now living near Shelton. The Social Club Potluck Dinner was a very big success. There was a good turnout of both adults and teenagers. Since the women pre- pared the dinner, the men did the dishes with a little resistance. There was a short meeting and then the adults visited and played cards. CHRISTMAS PROGRAMS ARE i PLANNED IN H00DSPORT AREA By Merle Smith Judy Shumate is home for HOODSPORT ...... This is the Christmas vacation from St. h;r week of school programs and Christmas parties. The Hoodsport children will have room parties. The Lower Skokomish school chil- dren are entertaining their guests with a marionette show enacting "the Christmas Carol" by Charles Dickens. Tuesday evening the pub- lic was invited to a musical pro- gram arranged by the music tea- cher, Cliff Coulter. The Sunday School program ]Sunday evening was a play en- titled "What does Christmas Mean to Me". The narrator was Harold Sand. The senior choir, junior choir and shepherd's choir were led by Mrs. Richard Bates. The program was planned by Mrs. An- dy Scott The primary department recited pieees and sang songs under the direction of Mrs. Harold Snnd. Mrs. Roy Pierce. amy with all the teachers helping in the back- ground. Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Grubb, par- ents of Jack Grubb,are visiting here from Los Angeles for the Christmas holidays. MR.. AND 5HIS. ART Marshall of Unumelaw were weekend visi- tors at the I-L K. Victor home. ,Vie" Tins his boat out and is at the fishing again. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Gray and girls of Centralia called on the Norman Grays Friday evemng. Mr. and Mrs. John Parsons of Hoquiam, Virginia Pill's parents, are here for the holidays. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Smith and boys of Castle Rock were visiting with Mardel's folks, the Jim Shu- mates, over the weekend. They will be back to spend Christmas Eve when all the family assem- bles. seph's School of Nursing. Jan. 3, she will start training at the American Lake Veteran's Hospi- tal. Miss Judy Nieholson is home from ]er college studies at Wash- ington State. Thursday she and her mother will leave for R Christ- mas visit with son, Harry and family in Idaho Falls. BI{ADLEY PRICE, grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Byran :Miles, 'is vis- iting tlere from Medford, Ore. They will spend Christmas in Medford with daughter and faro- fly, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Price. Also joining them for the holidays will be Mr. and Mrs. Walt Car- penter. Mrs. Jinx Dean and children spent a day in Hoodsport and called, on Mrs. John Laramie and Mrs. Mac Dean. The Potlatch Post Office is of- ficially opened and has been greet- ed by the public at the open house on Saturday afternoon. Helping Mrs. Strine with the re- ception was Mrs. Bill Goodpaster and Mrs. Lew Evans Faith pre- sented Belle one of hec famous ceramic post office vases. The HoodCanal Cub Scouts will go caroling on Thursday evening at 7:00 p.m The boys will fill a Christ-mRs basket for a needy fa- mily. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Smith spent Saturday in Tacoma visiting with the Ray Peterson family. Square dancing classes, sponsor- ed by the Twanoh Grange, will be held in the Belfair School gym on Tuesday evenings' beginning in January. More details later. Bell Riders, Silver Stars Members Attend Zone Banquet_ By Mrs. Ray Kr'.ttht at Tenino Saturday evening with SOUTHSIDE -- Bell Riders and the George Magnetts. the Silver Stars attended the zone Stopping Rt the Ray Kratcha's banquet at Tenino Satm'day eve- last Wednesday were Mr. and Mrs. ning. ,Vinning the awards of the Bell Riders were Molly Taylor who was awarded grand champ- 1on in novelty costume, grand ehampion in fitting and showing and Molly Taylor won the award for reserved ehampmn in V, restern pleasure, Molly's horse is named "Cavalette". Joan Hunter was awarded fifth in novelty eostume and her horse is "Nancy". Jim Taylor was awarded fifth in Western pleasure and his horse is named "Fury". Leo Bishop was awarded a trophy in trail riding with his horse "Shad Rack". Ed Carney was awarded a trophy .in trail riding Open Evenings .... am- - m with his horse "Chub", and Dar- ,,, h,stmas 'UseJournal Want ads tell Williams was awarded high ......... . .   point trophy, Sel Cook and Mrs. "  _ Mooney of Elma were in the 300 mile class and Arma Mooney was ber pays one cent for each mile that they ride, which is used to .  b pay awards. Bell Riders showed colored slides. Silver Stars awarded the I00 mile class were Philip Har- die, Lowell Hardie, Ralph Bariek-  _ f   ,man, George Magnett, Georgia Magnett and Mary Beth Magnett. Silver Star musicians put on a skit consisting of five men all : A METER CAN'T MEASURE dressed np and they danced, Georgia Magnett and Marlene Smith were the horse. Music was  furnished by M:r. and Mrs. Walt The --  Allen who played their guitars  I F-[ True  N and had three persons who sang. SILVER ST.RS Riding Club i l: J'L-I value -- _ t met on Dec. 2 at the home of Jan Pearson for election of officers. of Those elected were Lowell Har- die, president; Ralph BRriekman, "ELECTRICITY vice president; Mary Beth Mag- '*: neLL, secretary; Mrs. Walt Allen, treasurer; Georgia Magnett, re- porter and "Hap" Bracy, Lieuten- ant of mounts. The next meeting of the club will be held at the _.... home of Walt Allen on Jan. 7. Terri Bracy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Bracy, celebrated The electric meter, her seventh birthday Saturday  , I| [ as tccurate and pre- /2At.  with R birthday party helping I 1| ] cise as man can make, []| j ]/ Tea-ri celebrate were S'hirley and / measures the amount ]Jw_ Betty Cool, Marilyn Timpani, Ka- "======= of electricity you use  thy M*ercer and Betty Swayne. each month. LGames were played and had cake and ice cream. Many happy birth- . But even this aecu-  days, Terri. [)121-"-" rate instrument can't  Clover Girls 4-H club meeting r41 measure the real val. 'tffllH"l was held at the home of Marie p+IIB'Ti-| ue of electricity--the ][J/l Neal Dec. 10. Vieki Harris called ;l'",'-'l:.:i] family pleasure from rJl,lll the meeting to order. Barbara De- [i(' ,'',-'|"( TV, radio, record play-  Merle called roll call and flag sa-.  er . the work-say- 1[: lute and 4:H pledge were given. ,  Ing electric washer &  All club members v,,ez, e present [)i:.  dryer . . . the kitchen   |' except Wendy Hovind. Leader [,ll! ,.. clean-up team of elee- [ [  Bernice Likes gave R demonstra- [! '1," trio dishwasher and !  Lion on how to make cocoa and {i: k-t. waste disposal .... the  measure. Clover Girls voted on a xil t=,ez,m-- convenience of the scrap book chairman and Susan [l  food feezer and re- -- SwRyze was elected. For refresh- ii:" tlT frigeratq r .. the bl ,,t  marvels Of electric air  mentSthy Lowrence.Ckies wereThe servednext meetingby Ka-  conditioning and elec- fd./\\; will be Jan. 14, reported Tracy [{: -  tric heat. =(4 DeMeriO.soUTHSIDE Eagles 4-H club ;  does more to bring met Rt the home of their leader, | I1  comfort, convenience Catherine Bracy Dec. 5. Members  ! " L and better living than discussed their Christmas party *',,,*"l}ll_ you r electric service, and have been invited by the [:f(A,)I' a brgain you'll de-  Thunderbirds to go swimming on l:|l ////1 pend on every day of 12", Dec. 21. The 4-H boys went out the year.  in groups last week and this week !# to finish selling their Christmas ff   napkins. Dale Bracy gave R dem- of beef cattle. The next meeting onstration on the different types ill.    will be held Dee. 19 at, Braeys. i ------'i: ! Dickie Holtorf who s in ,the Navy in Georgia, called Thursday " evening and talked to all the John    I-IolLolT family and wished them Sherilyn Byrd Guild met at the home of Ann "heeler and discus- sed doll project, had their Christ- mas party, and exchanged gifts. [1:!i P U D NO 3 MAS0 " Ann Marshal won the doll that was given away. The next meet- = . , COUNTY ing will be held at the home of m Ruth Snyder Jan. 8. The club is i't,, JACK COLE, president; TOM WEBB, vice president; 1 , TAYLOR,/secretary JERRY SAMPLES, manager still looking for new members and anyone wanting to join the club ' LIVE BETTER ELECTRICALLY please contact 426-8477. Darlene Holtorf of the Bell Ri- ders attended the zone banquet Walter Kratcha and Mrs. Doug Perrine and Leah. Anyone wishing their news arti- cles printed for next week please call your correspondent, Mrs. Ray KratchR by Dee. 19, which is foday. Letter From Mexican Received About Death Of President Kelmedy; Christmas Concert Slated By Margie Green Senor Reyna, the guide and friend of the Mexican visitors from Belfair, sent this message to cur country after the death of the late President Kemedy: "Que- ride Amigo Robert, teacher and people of Belfair and USA. All our family is very, very sorry 8bout what happen to Senor Johu F. Kennedy. May family realy respect, admire and love to Senor and Senora Kennedy and we are very sad about this terrible acci- dent. We hope that your country will always be Bless for God. Carinosamente Artaro Jessel Reyna Adriana Jessel Reyna, our new seventh grade student, is expected soon. She will live with the Travis family on the South Shore. The Christmas concert was held in the high school gym at 8 p.m. Wednesday. Tonight the Allure School will present its Christmas program at 8 p.m. School will be dismissed tomor- row as the last day of school be- fore Christmas vacation. The North Mason Music Depart- ment is selling candy, choice of five varieties, aU $1 I)er box. Pro- fits go to purchase equipment for the music department. Candy may be purchased from the high school I band and choir members or Donn Nelson at the high school. FYuit cakes are being sold this year by the Junior high student- body. Profits go to support Jun- ior high activities. BASKETBALL season tickets are on sale at $5 Rnd nfffy be par- chased at the high school office or at the licket window at games. Due to conflict in scheduling, the senior high was nnable to hold its pep assembly Friday be- fore the school's first home bas- ket.ball game of 11% season later that day. Last Tuesday a full Honor So- ciety meeting as held 7th period. Among other business conducted at the meeting, dues were collect- ed. The Society is selling serviees to the teachers during 7th per- iod. The priers are 50 cents an hour for regular cleaning np and con'eeting and 10 cents a page for typing work. The 5th hour of work ix free. Katy Wilbur, junior, finds the workers for the teach- ers. The high scimol library needs help from parents who can give a small amount of time for sim- ple clerical work. No experience is necessary. If you can help, call &me Hunter. CR5-5633. A iIRKEY-give-a-way is be- ing sponsored by the Chuck Wa- gon Raiders 4-H club. Tickets are 10 cents each or three for 25 cents and may be obtained from any of the members. Wednesday at 12:15 p.m. in room 21. Arlene Dahl. president, held a GAA meeting for discus- sion and preparation of the Christ- mas dance last Saturday. The teachers plan to send pro- gress reports soon to parents, in- dicating any possibilities of fail- ure on the report. Thursday the entire annual staff met in room 26, seventh period. 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