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SI-IELTON--MAON COUNTY ffOURNAL- Published in rCh, ristmastowb U.8.A.&apos;, Shelton, Washington Thursday, January 3. 1 Civil Defense Classes Planned Civil Defense classes in indi- vidual and family survival will be- gin Jan. 16 at 7:30 p.m. in the Evergreen auditorimn. These clas- ses will include: the "bomb", how it works, what it can do, and how to prepare against its destructive power. The possibility of germ warfare will also be discussed. These classes will run from 7:30 to 10:30 p.m. for four consecutive Wednesdays. There will be no charge for this course. Clyde Rud- dell of District No 309 will he the instructor. All persons interested in taking this course, please register by cal- ling Civil Defense Headquarters, 426-8151 Classes will start at the Hood Canal Junior High School for the people in that area Thursday at 7:30 p.m. with Earl Crumb as instructor. The classes will be held for four consecutive weeks. HER ENGAGEMENT North Mason Kiwanis Installs Next Tuesday The Kiwanis Club of North Ma- son will install officers at a din- ner meeting at the AlderbrooR Inn; Union, Wash., Jan 8, 1963 at 8 p.m. Kiwanians and their wives are cordially invited to attend. n ii I I i , Pharmacy Phacts From Neil Evander With all of the publicity about atomic bomb and rocketry, [ can't help wondering if you par- ents realize that we're bound to have some of your young scient- ists-to-be wanting to buy poten- tially - explosive chemicals from us ? We just can- not, in good con- science, sell these materials to anyone who is obviously inex- ANNOUNCED The engagement of Miss Janet Susan Temple to Mr. Michael W. Smith was made Christmas E v e by her parents, M:r. and :Mrs. Ro- be:rt Temple. He is the son oT Mr. and Mr=. Jack Stuart. All are of Shelton. Miss Temple is a sen- ior at Irene S, Reed high school which her fiance a I s o attended. No wedding date has been set. e Lake Nahwatzel Couple Are Parents Of Daughter Born Friday By Joan Tupper adults enjoying the cake and ice LAKE NAHWATZEL.--"Con- cream were, Sam Diggle, Sr., Mr. gratulations" to Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Ed Valley and boys, Mrs. John Patten, who welcomed a Dick Tupper and daughter, Susan, baby girl, Jill Mauzen, born Dec. and Timmie's Sisters Terri and 28, Maternal grandperents are Toni. Mr. and Mrs. Roe Franklin: Mr. and Mrs: Sam Diggle, Jr and family enjoyed Christmas din- Mr. and Mrs. F. E, Hewson net at the home of Sam Diggle, visited their son, Joe Hewson and St. family of Lewiston, Idaho. They MR, AND MRt. CLIFFORD spent the night at their home ot iFORD had their son, Leroy Booth their other son, Sam Hewson and and family of Hoquiam and their family of Granger Sunday dinner daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and the Hewsons spent at the home of Mrs. Dennis Reed of Olympia as perienced in the Mrs. Hewson's sister, Mrs. Wil- guests for Christmas dinner. liam Aiken of Sunnyside. They Christmas eve Mr. and :Mrs. h an d 1 i n g of also visited at the home of Mr. Clyde Pearsall and family visited them. In fact, if Hews0n's brbther, Sam Hewson, the home of Mr. and Mrs. Archie your b o y (or Sr. of Tieton. Christmas day they Kelley. The KeUeys received a girl!) has any spent at their daughter and son- "happy telephone call" from their such chemicals around the house in-law's home, M'r, and Mrs. Phil son, David from Pensacola, Fla. for heaven's sake get rid of them Parker of Olympia, He is inthe Navy stationed there. (the chemicals, I mean). Please don't give your chiRlren permis- Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Christmas day, Mr. and Mrs. sion to buy any such chemicals. Bronson over the week-end were Archie Kelley and daughter, We'll Just have:to refuse them if their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. Betty, Doug Parker and Mrs. you do because the main reason and Mrs. David Bronson of Seat- Clara Pearsall were dinner guests we're here is to keep you and fie. at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde your family alive and healthy. Rodney and Randy Reeve, sons Pearsall of Elma. Open Daily 9:30 to 9:30 of Mr and Mrs. Clifford Reeve lr and Mrs Clyde Zeigler of Saturdays--9:30- 6:00 visited their aunt and uncle, Mr. Shelton were out to their sum- and Mrs. Edward Clancy and fam- mer residence here on the Lake ma== a||' =s= Iarmacli/ ily of olympia last week-end, over the weekend We are very happy to report that she is feeling "Happy Birthday" to Timmie much better after her recent ill- 4th & Railroad 426-3327 Diggle, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam ness. (Paid Adv.) Diggle, Jr., who was three years Last Friday Mrs. Frank Coop- .... old Dec. 29, the children and er visited Mr. and Mrs. Pearl Anderson and Miss Bea Manier of Olympia. On Saturday evening Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cooper attended the -: . .' 40th anniversary reception at Dayton Hall for Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Lemke. Mrs. Cooper and Mrs. Robert Lemke. Seattle, wore or- chid corsages presented to them by Miss Bea Manier, Olympia. Sunday callers at the Cooper residence were Mr. and Mrs RobeI Lemke and children of Seattle. Ralph B. Pigg, son of Mr. and from 5 ]57Users Mrs. Lee Dawson visited them on Resu0nses christmas day. They were thrilled  to receive a long distance tele- phone call from their daughter, of Helena Rubinstein's Mary Ellen and son-in-law, Roy and grandchildren, Jimmy and Linda Lee from Fort Rucker, Ala. Ultra Feminine D.o.-,. GUESTS on Christ- .,.,............., mas were Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Reed of Olympia. eam that starts you Mr ad Mrs. Earl Slater and son, Ralph of Seattle, were over- , night guests of the Dawsons. 10eking younger t0dayl visitg Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Hansen for a few days were Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Papworth of is- 0verwhelmingend0rsementgiven by saquah and Miss Susan Watson of Seattle. 94% ofthese users 0f Ulna Feminine; Last Saturday Mr. Hansen went the only cream that works within the skin to Seattle on business. Mr. and Mrs. Hank Chappell " ' r to replenish 10ss of vital estrogen and were vzmted by Hank s mothe , progesterone, natural youth substancesl WaltMrs" MarYChappellChappell,,and Mr.family,and MrS.Mr. " and Mrs..1 Chapped and family, This cream definitely made my ,, all of Dayton, on Christmas day. skin to0k y0ungerand more alive ... on Christmas eve, Mr, and Mrs. Ralph Springer visited at the "I noticed considerably fewer,!ines hOmeand familyf Mr.ofandMatlock.Mrs. Ralph Cook nd wrinkles due to diTness .. a The Springers visited Mr. and "'like thisereambetter'%nam" Mrs. L. F. Cook and family of Montesano on Christmas day cream I'veever :used]' Last Wednesday, the Springer family visited Mr. and M_rs. Fred 'Wrinkles due to dryness  be Springer of Brlnnon. Mr. Spring- er did some fishing, and caught a reduced. Yaager skis :ton  be nice salmon. restored by the action of estrogen Mr. and Mrs. Ame] Tveit spent the weekend visiting at the home and progesteronel..oo.... ,. Portland,f :r. andore.Mrs. James Weed of 1 . Mr. and Mrs. Dorsy off of Un- " ! **** ***" * "** * '' .... ":" * ***'*" "" "o Bleekerin visitedlastMr.TUesdayand Mrs.afternoon.James ONCE-A-AR SALE . MR. AND MRS. VCes Morgan, Tacoma, were Monday evening " - ' * and Tuesday visitors of the Becazle Helena Rubinsin!belivURra Fem/n '* Bleekers. iS her greatest meti aChjeveiR-h:makes  '  Mr. and Mrs. A1 Tupper visited Special Gift, Your first :j will :convb/e yO u that  the home of Mr. and Mrs. Art van look younger in 30 d t money baekl Use Palmer of Matlock last Wednes- Ultra Feminine every night regularlyt " ' , day evening. Lade Size  _* Christmas day, Mr. and Mrs. A1 Tupper and children, John and i 60-Day Supply  ; Alan, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Tupper " Reg. 6.00   and daughter, Susan, enjoyed the afternoon visiting the Don Sperl- NOW ONLY ':' " : "  * ing family and also the Dick  Gardener family of Shelton. Drop- 7 . in guests on Christmas day were, : SAVE 2.2  Mr. and Mrs. Sam Diggle, Jr., (Save$13.50 gk'  : Gerald Christian and Ted Booth onayear't supply).  i With the holidays at an end, as we enter a new year, we extend i g and for yotmger looking hands, save on Young *. best wishes for a happy and pros- ; Touch Hand Lotion with earogens... 2,75 Value perous new year. " w Only * No I.$0 , " ' ...................................... " Weather lted time on Prices p High Low Precip. Dec. 26 .............. 32 21 -'-'--uH,,x -"-"--"Hua,:v Dec 7  3 , BB BB I Dee. 28 .............. 49 42 .33 4th & RAILROAD Dec. 29 .............. 47 43 175 GOVEY BUILDING 426-3327 Dec. ao .............. 5z 5 .88 Dec. 31 ............. : 54 48 .07 gn. 1 .............. 51 ' 4,6 1.75 COUPLE REPEATS WED NG VOWS I ON THEIR GOLDEN ANNVE!SARY 1 ...... :'.. :::.::?:! ::: . :.:" ;i ......................... ...... i ding anniversary reception in the While friends and relatives from Portland to Tacoma and Pasco to Forks watched, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Turner re-enacted their wedding ceremony of 50 years ago at their golden anniversary ob- servance last Sunday in Shelton's First Methodist church. Rev. Robert Rings officiated as they repeated the vows, attended by two of their grandchildren, Bobby Turner of Shelton, who acted as ring-bearer, and Malyn Kain of Raymond, who acted as flower girl. Afterward a reception in the church fellowship hall was attend- ed by over 200 relatives, friends and acquaintances. Mr. and Mrs Turner (Olive Downie) were married on New Year's Day, 1913, in Centralia. They now reside at Beaver. in Clallam County, but were Shel- ton residents for several years following World War II. Their son. Robert, lives in Shel- ton while three daughters. Mrs. Lefa Sleeker. Mrs. Irma Preston and Mrs. Dorothy Kain. live at Tacoma, Pasco and Raymond re- spectively. All were present for the golden anmversary celebra- tion, along with their families. among whom were several great grandchildren. Mrs. Turner's sister. Mrs. Ru- dolph Johnson of Olympia, and brother, Robert Downie of Shel- ton, were among those present. Mrs. Johnson, Mrs. Downie. ]rs. A1 Rendel of Tacoma and Mrs. Leila Bushman of Portland presided at the tea and coffee urns; Mrs. Sleeker. her daughter Mrs. John Gurney of Tacoma, and Mrs. Joe Kilbourne. a grand- daughter of the honored couple, cut the wedding cake: Terri Tur- ner of Shelton. another grand- daughter, presided at the punch- bowl; and Diane Turner of Shel- ton and Miss Kain of Raymond, both granddaughters, handled the guest book. Many lovely gifts were received by the honored couple CUTTING THE CAKE -- Mr. and Mrs. Earl Turner, now of Bea- ver but former Shelton residents, cut the cake at their 50th wed- Methodist Church here Sunday. !ear's glubi Rollin Ai{](oI was elected King Fish or president of the She!ton Fishermen's cluh Smadnv n,.ornilg. The vice president known as F.teel head is ken Russel. Other officers c.,,ctcq <ore Otis ftehey and Joe Simpson who will be known qs {ie Squids. 'Their responsibility inch.dos making nnd instqlling the IIt, lale LXI"}; .(r nlc[l \\;\rho attend. r r [)I|I]liP,L ,V;I] COlllil]]]e his duties of Octupus or treasm'er and .,, man , *e schedule is nlain- tained by a timer thai will be operated by the "Red and Green snappers" te Roy Towle and Chas Wilkinson. Coffee. chah-s, and slit)plies are set u',) each week by the "Sword- fish", this eommiLtee will he Floyd W'tte.rs, Ray Johnson and AI Browning. ]en of the ffroup vol- unteer to help this committee for short periods of time. Leading the group in singing will be the "Musical Fish". ken Cas:bmr and John Stentz. first president of the gronp. A board of members in charge of bflsiness affairs will be John Stentz. George Moore. Stan Johnson. Al Brown- ing:, Panl Armstrong, Bob Scraf- ford. Floyd Waiters. Bill Green- field, K]lrt Mann Bob Snyder. Jer- ry [iehert, Ray Johnson. Howard Yule, Bob Rutter. Past presidents are John Stentz Bill O'Neill. Paul Armstrong, Gee- Moore. Guest speaker for Jan. 6 will be county agent Chas. Peck who will show pictures of Mason County followed by a film entit- led "What is a Christian." Men of the eommnnity are in- vited to visit this group every Sunday morning at 9:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. Coffee is served from 9:15 on. I Sign up and be counted among] Money without freedom those undraw, riling our country's worth very much for very lo might. Defend Freedom by buying That's why every American U.S. Savings Bonds---this month, ily should invest in freedmn next month, all yea]" around! U.S. Savings Bonds. USED CARS & TRU00S 1960 STUDEBAKER LARK 4-door sedan. Heater, automatic, clean. 1959 PLYMOUTH SAVOY V8 2-door sedan. Radio, heater, automatic. 1959 RENAULT 4-door sedan. Heater, real economy. 1957 PONTIAC 2-door station wagon, Radio heater, automatic. Low mileage, clean. 1955 NASH RAMBLER station wagon. Radio heater, overdrive. 1954 LINCOLN CAPRI 4-door sedan. heater, full power. A real clean car. 1960 INTERNATIONAL B-112 pickup. wheelbase, 4-speed trans., big 6 cyl. gine, 6-ply tires. 1958 INTERNATIONAL pickup. Long base, heavy duty half-ton Big 6 engine. speed trans., overloads, 6-ply tires. KIHBEL HOTORS, Inc. 707 South First St. OLAFSEN WHEN YOU BUY 100 AYTINAL Vitamins & Minerals Health maintenance 0NAIIIll'" .. I formula with booster klR | li E. l|l minerals / Therapeut|c" _avp" kOR f"  i VITAMUNS Z2,i9 -" t ilii I Prescription type potency for - .  | deficiencies and convalescing.  1,. | .l I ,. / SAVE 95 ! ' '/>,00,'JR..AYTINAL ! _-7 .x I/  I V,tam,ns & M,nerals I  --,_":' '_ _:- .... : | Dietsupplementforthe3to| |  -' . , : ' - _, t | 12 folks. Easy-to-take tablet.| [SAVE 0089| 1=1.65 ! It's A Date , Fortified Today, Thursday Jan, 3 1 AIail J naInnhlA ,un0000eo00 ,,,.,...,..,: nn' Ming Tree Care" 40 & 8 I ---""-" FORM Voiture 135 January Promenade, 7:00 dinner at Ritner's, 8:00 Prom ULA at VetsFRiDAy,Club. JAN. 4 I l'' i" "Over 40.  :Helps restore the Retired Teachers.1 p.m., home | :-& "igoIous, aCtige elle,gy. of Mrs. Marie McKay. I I ,,,,VE 79 WCU potluck hmcheon meet- :A ing, 1 p.m., home of Mrs. L. D. I AYTINAL I $3.29 Junior high basketball, 2:00 p.m. Shelton gym, Shelton vs. Centra- lia. . I MULTIPLE Ig  ][=1 Olympic league hgh school bas- ket'ball, Shelton vs. West Bremer- ton, B ,ms 6:3o, varsities :o0, VITAMINS Shelton gym. I .,, ,=,,oso a00e,. I Saturday, Jan.5 I I00i' ll00, Callanan Park clean-up work party, 9:0O a.m., at the Park. Any i :SAE 2"1" willing worker welcome. State Patrol 'ivers license ex- aminer, 10 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., poli- ce station. High school non-conference bas- ketball, Shelton vs. North Thurs- - _ IIIBm m I ,1" .-",..-- I .. . - --:_ I . I I ton, B teams 6:30, varsities 8:00 LCiU .p.m., North Tfiurston gym.  vnta I 01 12 Mt. Moriah Masonic Lodge sta*- mnn a Beron DnOA M ed communication, 8:00 p.m., Ma- Pil0$P Sundy, Jan.6 Viitvarm, i?e222ntiati2Z!''n' = HATE- Shelton churches invite you to !i " " " [ tt I DICALCIUM : !I /S0=R2|. [ (Ascorbm Acxd) ! Bo le of 50 FREE. Duno,,, I?.I AidHelpsOrbuiidPreg.ances: aLtend the churChjan. 7f your choice. : . tu " . . , I w th purchase of bottle of 100 " ..... ,'=- ',I StOil ,} "r,,. c Replemsh the body s . .... .,,,,,,.-. .................. Monday, 5 (V . . ,., ,t ....... ,.,,, fi County commissioners weekly ,,'  Mady consumpnon. B01h For .9 ==--:. ,i ' ,, $ '="-" '= ' Bottle __._ session, 10:00 a.m., county court- Bottl, _ ---,,,- - :='.:==' ; $3 00,AVN: ,of High school wrestling, Shelton vs. East Bremerton, 7:30 p.m,, Io-.me ," 100 ili7 Shelton gym. Drana OES social Club, noon 'luncheon, home of Mrs. Fred Ferris. Kiwanis Club weekly luncheon, noon. Memorial Bhilding. City commissioners weekly ses- siGn, 2:00 p.m., city hall. Wednesday, Jan. 9 State Patrol driver licen ex- aminer, 10 a.m to 5:00 p.m. po- lice station. Thursday, Jan. 10 Shelton-Mason County Chamber of Commerce January meeting, dinner 7:00 p.m,, business session :00 l.m., Rtner's. Nl(:enkey Drug Center EVERGREEN 426-3456