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SHELTON--MASON C01_FNTY JOURNAL- Pubiishd in "Christrnastown, U.S.A., Shelton, Washinffton i * High School Spotlight * Social Security &apos; il JOHANNA GOLDSCHMID, this year's Senior Ball Queen, has had two years of French so she is assisting the teacher with a second year French class Outside of school, snow skiihg and sailing are Jo's favorite pastimes. LOANS up to '5000 Loans on furniture, automobiles, equip- ment, livestock, or other security and take up to 48 months to repay. Credit Life Insurance is avail- able. Phone, stop in or "write: SERVICE FINANCE CO. 124 Railroad Ave Shelton, Washington Phone 426-4447 Johanna Goldschmid is carry- ing a couple of new interesting classes this year. She is an as- sistant in the second year French class, having ah'eady had her two years of French. She takes Honor English which is more or less an essay course for seniors who have all the other English offered. Jo also takes chemistry, journalism and civies. Journalism stands her in good stead in connection with her po- sition as Front Page Editor of the high school paper and as a mem- ber of the Saghalie yearbook staff. Jo is a member of Pep Club and Future Teachers of America. College is in her future but as yet she is undecided as to which one and what field of work she wants to pursue. Snow skiing and saiiing are fa- mily hobbies in the Goldsehmid homo. Jo's parent, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Goldsehmid. and her sister IAsa, who ]s a sophomore this year, make up her family. Their home is on Angleside. Jo also lists the guitar as a hobby. Jo was probably tile happiest girl at the Senior Ball this year. She was chosen queen of the event. April 22. 1945 was the birth date of this 5'4" ISR senior. She was born in Shelton and has lived here all of her life. Jo has snap- ping hrown eyes, dark hair and a winning smile. Use Journal Wanl Ads NOW -- TWO: BIGHTS 40 & 8 VOITURE 135 PRESENTS FUN ON FRIDAY and SATURDAY WITH THE POPULAR and TALENTED MARTY FRIDAY, JANUARY 4 , SATURDAY, JANUARY 5 113 COTA STREET Payments Wil] Increase Members and Accompanied Guests 0nly ................................... i: ' ............................. :[= L WHAT'S GOOKIHG IR WHOSE [(ITOHEN : i "i i Recipe Favorites 0fCounty Residents | NE3/ YORK. (Special. t --For tile Mason County residents who are employed, Social Security taxes will be 16 percent higher after Jan. 1 . Their payments will be at the ate of 51 and 5/8 percent of ear't- ings, instead of 3 and 1/8 percent, as it is at present. Tnis appheb to the first $4,800 of wages or salaries. Similar amounts must be pid by their employers. lVor self-employed persons, there will be an increase of 7/10th of ,:,ne percent. They will he paying 5.4 percent in the future. Their maximum cost will be $261 a year, compared with $216 now. For employed people, the maxi- mum cost pet' year wilt be $174. It is uow $144. IN 3LkNON OOVNTY, the a- gregate increase in Social Secur- ity taxes next year. assuming no change in the number of people employed, will be $149,000. This is based on an analysis of data re- leased by the Internal Revenue Service. Half of this extra cost will be borne by employees .through pay- roll deductions( and the other half by employers. Locally, per capita payments to ihe pension fund have been high- er than in many parts of the country because incomes have I been l:unning higher. We had so many interesting hol- The average employee in Mason iday recipes this year it was im- estimated possible' to get them all in before County was taxed an $85 during fiscal 1961. Ii the season was over. Joan Lund's Nearly $11.6 billion was con- Cranberry Candles is one you will tributed to the fund in the year want to save for next year, or even try for a birthday event. by the nation's 64.639.000 workers They are colorful and good eat- and their employers. Some $930.000 of that total earne from local sources It is ex- pected to reach $1.079.000 in 1963. The new lump in the tax rate is in accordance with the planned development of the Social Secur- ity system, which calls for peri- odic increases. The final one is to go into effect in 1968. That will bring it to 4 and 5/8ths percent for employee and employer alike. Self-employed people will pay 6.9 percent. These rates offer no leeway for any fro'the] expansion of benefits, such as would be offered through a hospitalization plan. Should that take place, there would be an additional hike in the rates. RESERVATIONS Phone 426-3949 9.30 p.m, to 1:30 aam. HERE'S HOW IT 1. An outgolng envelope ]eady to mall tQ OUr customers, tel Your com- pany name aud address ts In up- per left hand orxter. (Customer's Hem I Address. L City and State) 2. Detachable form Cuntomer detaches your statement, or- der form, collection tlottce, dues. etc., and inserts check in pocket of returrL envelope. Detach- able flap' provides ustomers with a Itgol:d of exlaelat. 3. Return envelope Customer folds eds down and |i rl I ! \\;\ V',I ,,.s. zow s in z {f" i ,oA " 'X I .,,*tope ha,, a. ! |//T..I / / I mearet e.-  V/ !"%",1 t i ,eope, ready, for .L J-,-'" | l "-- tX=" ' (tdm It speedy, accurate nv t0pe} = Records Important For Income Tax Suddenly it will be ineome tax time again. Jan. 2 will be the be- ginning of the year's filing per- iod. Your financial records are important in preparing your Fed- eral income tax return. Director of In kernel Revenue Neal S. Warren said. Now is the time to get together your cancelled checks, receipts, records of con- tribution, and other papers. Taxpayers who keep good finan- cial records each year should have no trouble preparing their Feder- al income tax returns, Warren ex- plained. Complete records are especially important to taxpayers who elect to itemize deductions. The carbon copies of prior years' returns are also good guides in preparing the new return. Complete records will help you determine how much tax you will owe or how much of a refnnd you will get from Uncle Sam. Now is the time to get your records together Dig up those cancelled checks, receipts, and other information..Make the job easier for yourself. Local Girl Begins Sluflent n Teaching hter Mary Ly ne creamer, daug , of Mr. and Mrs. Harold O. Cream- er, I425 Turner, Shelton has begun her student teaching as- signment at the Eastern Wash- ington State College Campus Ele- mentary School in Cheney. A 1958 graduate of Irene S. Reed School. Miss Creamer is a senior majoring in music educa- tion at EWSC. NOW `lS THE TIME to start saving new recipes for the holidays next year. Joan Lund's Cranberry Candles are especially good for festive occasions of any kind. Try serving this flaming dessert for your next birthday party. Census To Ask Home Repair Inf0 Thrifty individuals build happy futures. Buy United States Sav- ings Bonds today for a more so- 3ure tomorrow. ,'Ideal for /Savings Accounts Statement= Past Due Notices Personnel Inquiry Contract Payments Fund Drives Mail Order Selling Mail-Well Returnelopes are available n the following colored papers: Whito Mail-Well and Pink, Green and Golden Autumn in Glowtone Stock, Mail.Well envelopes for your every business need JOURNAL ins, too. Joan is probably more conscious of her cooking than the average wife. as her husband. Don. was a cook when he was in the service. He now works as a Lab. Technic- ian at Rayonier. The Lunds have one girl, Taryn, age 3/ years, and a little boy, Todd, just seven months. Joan likes bowling and reading, and is especially enthusiastic about hunting. She is a past pre- sident of -Vicki Lee Orthopedic Auxiliary. Cranberry Candles One 1-lb. ran whole cranberry SaUCe 1 pkg'. Jello I cup boiling water l sp. salt 1 Tbsp. lemon juice /., cup mayonnaise 1 apple or orange, peeled and sliced , cup chopped walnuts Heat cranberry sauce, strain. set berries aside. Dissolve jello in hot juice and water. Add salt and lemon juice. Chill until thick enough to mound slightly when dropped from spoon Beat in may- onnaise until fluffy. Fold in cran- berries, fruit and nuts. Divide mix- ture into eight 6-oz. fruit uice cans. Chill at least four hours. Unmold. Use birthday candles for the flame. Information on expenditures for residential alterations and repairs will be collected in the January quarterly household survey, it was announced today by the Bureau of the Census. U.S. Department of Commerce. The Quarterly House- hold Survey will be conducted lo- cally and in 332 other sarnple ar- eas of the country during the first 10 days of January. Items to be covered in the sur- vey include painting, plumbing, roofing, flooring, and other relat- ed repair and replacement pro- jeets. Repair and replacement of heating and air conditioning sys- tems will be covered also. Earlier surveys indicate that more than 13 billion dollars were spent by owners and renters for upkeep and improvement of dwel- ling" places in the United States in 1961. These expenditures were for additions, alterations, mainten- ance and repairs, and replace- manta In addition to the questions on alterations and repairs, inquiries will be made in the January Quar- terly Household Survey regarding consumption by American families of selected foods. Some of the foods to be covered are beef, white bread, lettuce, milk. and apples. Morgan, Eacrell's Amazing mw Ise00.o A cL.UMIANU IVI ] DOOR Chang,:s from Storm Door to Screen Door... SECONDS AS LOW AS '299s FULL !" THICK SAVE WORK--Sliding Panels tilt out for i I MORGAN, EAORETT LUMBER i THE iiwaup ommuni0000, Club Card Pa By Mrs. Nell Vance LILLIWAUP. The Christmas potluck dinner Friday evening given by Lilliwanp Community Club was well attended. The tables and hall were beautifully deco- rated with Christnlas greens. Eight tables of pinochle were, flayed, high score going to ()t.att Lee and Emma Lee, seco,d ifigh to Robin Poitras and Jack Loire- back, 300 pinochle' to Virginia Allison and Enuna Lee, a lot of excitement was created when two hands of 1,500 trump a.nd one trend of 1,000 aces was displayed. This party was the fourth in a series of five. The next card party will be Jan. 11, with a potluck dinner and bttsiness meeting-. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Steve nto-. rty and Mr:-. Ton] Layeock. 3,1rs. Sff, e!la Morken of Eldori spent the Christmas holidays with her sister Mr. and Mrs. Vie.tot Rome of Porl. Angeles. Ir. and Mrs. C, harles Diesen of Eldon entcrlained at Christnms dinner, their son, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Diesen arm children Charles Jr. aud Pennie of Kirk- !an(i, also Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sam'es o1' Sheltorl. Dale and June Nh)ffett of Olvmpia spent the Christrnas holi- da:v with heir parents Mr. and t M",-;. B>b Moffett. MRS. JOItN NAIl 0 and son, ,lohnre motored to Seattle Satur- (la3', \\;vhe]'e they will spen(l several days visiting relatives. hh'. and Mrs. Neff Vance en- Well family, Mr. and Mrs. Bob attd children of Clear Lake jc the family for the holiday. Rnbinsons visited many rnd relatives while gone. Mt. Moriah L( tored to Tacoma, where they spent Christmas with Mrs. Scowl's sister and family, Mr. and Mrs E. q'. Knox. They enjoyed Christmas dinner with Nick's nie-ce. Mr. ann Mrs. Harold Save]an Also guests at the dinner were Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Toltler.. nick's sister and husband. The Sceva's returned home Tuesday. MR. AND MILS. Ernest Camp- hell and son Billy of Shelton spent the Christmas holidays with Mrs. Campbell's sister and husband. Mr. and Mrs. Starr White of of Star]" White addition Ctlrislmas dinner was served at tile home of Mrs. Alma Roe to the following guests: Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Campbell and son Billy, Mr. and Mrs. Sis Anderson. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Smith and daughtm. San dra. Mr. and Mrs. Star] White. and Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Tahja and children of Tacoma. In the evening Mrs. Roe held open house for her neighbors and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Bill McKasson and children Julia and Billy Jr. spent Christmas in Port Angeles, where they spent the day with Jean's mother and husband, Mr. joy.d Christntas dinner with their (taua,hter cud hllsband, Mr. llud 5{I'S. ,la('l; Johtlston, .l;itq l)wycr also had dinuer with the Johns- toilS. Mr. and Mrs. Allie Robinson spent five wonderful days in Bellevue during the Christmas holidays. Chrislntas evening was spent with Allie's son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Robinson. Christmas (lay was spent with Madge's daughter and family, Mr. and V[rs. Bob Burman. A son and F. & A. M. No. Ii Stated Communication SATURDAY, JAN. 5 Glen I-Iufnail. W.M. Arnold Cheney, See'y. Ph. 426-8139 YOU SHOULD KNOW.., LINT WILLOU It's your duty to provide for your family's future welfareand you can do just that, whether you live or not, through a well-balanced life insurance program. NOW! Trade "n' Save at your Buick dealer's lhh00k l00vice You're probably paying the price of a LeSabre by Buick--why not own one? (Fact: 7 out of l0 full-size cars sofd-including the, "low-price names"are in the keSabre price range or aboveJ Model shown below, $2869.* *Based onManufacturer's Suggested Retail Price for this LeSabre Z-door sedan (includes reimbursement for Federal Excise Tax and Sug- gested pealer Delivery and Handling Charge) transportation charges, Stale ahd local taxes, accessories and optional equipment additional CELEBRATING BUICK'S SMASHING SUCCESS. YOUR CAR IS WORTH MORE NOW IN TRADE THAN IT EVER WILL BE AGAIN. ADD UP IH[ VAIU[S \\; BE MO]Y AHEAD! TRADE NOW! 00;a00ngs 00]It00Be Fun Improved carburetion for better gas mile- age.in '63  15" wheels stretch tire life 0 Finned aluminum front brakes-linings last longest  Buick's quality engineer- ing cuts upkeep costs q> Long-life alumi- nized muffler. Luxurious interiors O 307 decorator trims, dur- able vinyl or fabric @ Exclusive Adva nced Thrust engineering: Arrow-straight tracking o Wildcat 401 V-8 Action @ Surging Turbine Drive*O Substantial Buick ride < Front and rear floor "mountain" gone. ,0pttoaal at exits col Buick resale value flying high Example: a 1960 LeSabre 4.door hardtop retains an average of $256 morn of its original cost today than did a comparable 1958 model sold in t960". Today's quality Buick stays new longed .'Soume: RADA Guide BI ROW 1o0,12 ICK 00,eSabre foil-size keSabre olodels: Wagoo's, C ...... tible, g- cud ,'d00c Hardtops cod Sedaos /f Extra values in Double 00Check used cars, too! See your authonzed- "'quality Buick Dealer today!