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PaNe 2 SI-LTON--MASON COUNTY JOURNAL- Publizhed in CeChristmastown, U:KA:', Shelt0n, Washington i i i i I i I" i Thurmduy, Febru RACHEL KNOTT i Nydia Club Has New Officers For F Coming Year Nv(lia Chlb D:nohl'crs of the Nile met Jan. :It) al |he home oI Elsie "vVilson. Out-of-town gmsts included Elizabeth Hiltman and Georgia Foglo [rom McC'!eary. The following officers were elected: President, Carol Brunert; vice pre'i(!ellt, Ben Grout: secre- tary, MurieJ Dombroski: treasurer. Bessie Hall. Zeta Temple Daughters of the Nile of Tacoma will honor out-of- town clubs next Thursday. Any- one wishing transportation is o call Floren ge Weeks. Refreshments were served after the meeting and members enjoyed seeing Mrs. Vilson's collection el antique gla.;s. The next meeting. will be bold Feb. 27 at the home of Fh)rence Weeks. Marriage Licenses Applying for marriage licenses at the Mason County Auditor's office this past week were: William G. DeBond 22. Urea> erton, and Jeanette K. LaCourse, 18. Bremerton. Joseph C Mirsta, 28. Shelton. and Shirley d. Morgan, 26. Shot- ton. C. It. Peterson legal, Bremer- toll, and Helen B. Johnson. legal, rem often. When the heart is ffire, some sparks will fly out of the mouth. ...... Thomas Fuller. NEXT WEER DtDS MEMBERSHIP DRIVE O0000Ngt00|TY ONGERT ASSOCIATION Morgan. Eacreit's BNOCHURK8 TO HELP plan the year's program for the Mason County Community Concert Association hold the attention of Dr. Andrew Beeiik (seated), Community Concert president, Mrs, Dex- ter Edge, Membership Drive chairman, and Mr. I. H. Rogers, co- chairman. The annual membership drive started this week and will continue through next week, February 4-16. An excellent pro- gram is being planned for this year's concert members. The annual membership drive for the Mason County Community DOOR Changes from Storm Door to Screen Door... IN SECONDS AS LOW AS '299s i FULL I" THICK L SAVE SPACE--All inserls stay on door all year . 1 I SAVE WORK--SIIdIng Panels tilt out for easy washing / END RATTLES-Panels shionedin wool pile weather- , i=" VENTILATE TOP OR BOTTOM SOLID, .EAW atum.UM MORGAN. EAGRETT LUMBER H I LLCREST Phone 426-4522 Concert Association started this Monday and will continue through next week until February 16, ac- cording to Mrs. Dexter Edge, membership drive chairman. Re- newal memberships will be ac- cepted during this time and an opportunity for new members to join is open until the final day of the campaign. Campaign headquarters is at Sears Catalog Office, Evergreen Square, open each day from I0 a.m. to 5 p.m. Adult and student memberships may be obtained here or from any of the assoc- iation's campaign workers. For more complete information call 426-2482. A membership drive kick-off dinner, to which workers are cor- dially invited, will be held at 5 p.m. this Sunday at the Arcadia Point home of Mrs. H. W. Mc- Clary. Plans for the campaign will be discussed and materialsdis- tributed. In anticipation of a large mem- bership for the 1963-64 season. Dr. Andrew Beelik. Community Con- cert president, last week tenta- tively announced two stellar at- tractions for the coming series. Llords' International. a lavish, en- chanting puppet ballet featuring ,q "company of 300" with the single manipulator in full view of the audience promises unusual dtet-t'ainment. Martha Schlamme, widely acelairned folk sifiger of grace, charm and wit will be thef second featured performer. A third equally exciting concert is also being planned. New association members will have the privilege of attending, as , bonus, the final attraction of t;he current series, the unique Sextetto Mexieano, six handsome young men who present in song and dance their country's musical culture. They appear in Shelton next Wednesday. Mason County Community Con- cert board members urge all who enjoy fine music to join in bring- ing a "Carnegie Hall in Every City", the fint in live entertain- mont. to Shetton once again. Educalion I. Russia To Be Topm For PTA Joint M ee!!nng Mason County PTA C ell and the three elementary school PTAs will hold a joint meeting at 7:45 p.m. next Thursday at the Ever- green school auditorium. The joint meeting wa,4 decided upon because of the interesting speaker sched- uled. Dr. Silvernail, Supt. of the Ed- monds schools, will give a talk on his Educational Impressmns of the USSR. He recently returned from a trip through P's, sia with a group of educators. Dr. Silver- nail is a well known educator as well as an outstanding and inter- esting speaker. This meeting is open to anyone who would like to attend, whether or not he is a member of the PTA, Eric is here BROWN ooW (SHAKE & ROOT BEER MIXED) HIRES 5 19, ,,,, , BEER DELUXE BURGER. FR|ES anti SHAKE = Watch for the Crazy Clown Saturday at the drive-in downtown. FREE suckers and balloons! Crazy 1st and Alder Treble Clef Club Plans Instrumental Music Program The Treble Clef Junior Music Club will meet at Bordeaux school Feb. 21 for a program ofinstru- mental music with Lynn Cook. Holly Scott and Rita Nutt in charge. Betty Bloomfield, Elsie Griffin. Melanie Diekie and Shar- on Stansell will tell of the instru- ments of the orchestra. At the December meeting Christmas music was enjoyed, es- pecially the Mexican songs sung in Spanish by the fifth grade girls. For January the topic was "Childrmfs Songs from Other Lands" The Foe Itsing Children's Theatre from the Republic of Chi- na was discussed. Patty Dittman and Leila Locke sang songs from European and Oriental countries. The Treble Clef Club joined oth- er junim clubs m enjoying a fine program and entertainment when they were guests of the Shelton Music Club Jan. 22. All Shelton Music Clubs arc af- filiated with the Washington State and National Federations of Mus- ic Clubs. ........................ It's A Date Today, Thursday, Feb. 7 Navy Mothers Club, 7:30 p.m., Memorial hall. Rotary Club luncheon, noon, Ming Tree Care. High school wrestling, Shelton vs. North Thurston, 7:30 p.m., Shelton gym. 40 and 8 Voiture 135 February prom, 7 p.m. dinner at Shelton Hotel 8 p.m prom at Vets Club. Friday, Feb. 8 SEY Club, 6 p.m., potluck din- ner meeting, church basement. Happy Dolphins Bake Sale, 9 a.m., Thriftway and Tradewell stores. Olympic League basketball. She]ton at East Bremerton. B squads 6:30, varsities 8 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 9 FOE card party, 8 p.m.. airport hall. Drivers license examiner. 10 a. m. Lo 5 p.m., police station. Salty Sashayers Club. 8:30 p.m., Memorial hall. Olympic League basketball. Central Kitsap at Shelton B squads 6:30. varsities 8:00 p.m., Shelton gym. Sunday, Feb. 10 Shelton etmrches invite you to attend the church of your choice. Canal Court. Order of Ama- ranth pancake breakfast, 8 a.m. to 2 p.m., Lilliwaup school. Monday, Feb. 11 1 Vicki Lee Orthopedic Guild, 81 p.m., home of Mrs. Percy Zamzow. County commission's meeting, 10 a.m. court house. Tuesday, Feb. 12 4-H Leaders Council meeting, 8 p.m.. Extension office. Shelton General'H0spital Auxil- iary colt66 liDih;, 1:3b a.m. to 3:30 ,pAR. home of Mrs. Harold Suth- erland. Kiwanis Club luncheon. 12 noon, Memorial hall. City commission's meeting, 2 p.m., city hall. School Board meeting, 8 p.m., Evergreen school Dirt Dobbers Garden Club, i0 a.m., PUD building. Wednesday, Feb. 13 State Patrol drivers license ex- aminer, 10 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., po- lice station. Thursday, Feb. 14 WWI Vets and Auxiliary, 8 p. m., Memorial Hall. Golden Age Club, 12 noon pot- luck, Memoriat hall. .Joint PTA meeting, 7:45 p.m., Evergreen school. Rotary Chlb luncheon, 12 noon, lffing Tree Care. METHODIST WSCS NEXT WEDNESDAY The regular meeting of the Methodist WSCS will begin with a 12 noon hmcheon served by the Martha Circle next Wednes- day. The business meeting will follow. The program will be in charge of Mrs. Robert Rings with Mrs. Hal McClary conducting devo- tions. go0o CANAL 00MMUNITY CHURCH SGENE OF WINTER WEDDING ARRIVALS WEDDING VOWS WERE EXCHANGED by Miss Joyce Ryder and Mr. Robert S. Minty January 26 at the Hood Canal Commun- ity church. The newly wed couple Baskets of lavendar glads and white chrysanthemums cz'eated a beautiful background at the Hood Canal Community chm'ch when Miss Joyce Ryder and Mr. Robert S. Minty exchanged wedding vows there on Jan. 26. Roy. Wesley Gaines performed the double ring ceremony. Miss Ryder's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Earl Ryder, Portland, Ore. The bridegroom is the son of Mrs. James A. Minty, Sequim A satin floor length gown with an elbow length veil was worn by the bride as she was escorted down the aisle by her father. She carried a white orchid with step- banDits on a white Bible. Her sister, Mrs. Robert Nesbitt, was her matron of honor. She wore a full skirted lavender dress styled with a. contrasting purple cummerbund and large bow. The bride's other sister, Mrs. Charles Erb was her bridesmaid. Her dress matched the matron of honor's in style, except for the cummerbund and bow. which were in lavender. The bride's niece and nephew, Cathleen Nesbitt and James Erb, acted as flower girl and ring bear- er. Karl Nobel was best man for the bridegroom. Robert Nesbitt ushered and Ellen Nesbitt provided organ music. A beige wool dress with brown accessories was chosen by the bride's mother for the occasion. Her corsage was of pink earns- will live in Lilliwaup. tions. The bridegroom's mother wore a blue dress and coat en- semble with a white carnation cor- sage. The reception was held at the Lake Cushman Lodge following the wedding ceremony. Serving were Mrs. Jack Grubb. Mrs. Har- lea Griss and Mrs. Karl Nobel. Kurt Grubb was in charge of the guest book. The bride is a graduate of Kel- so high school. Her husband at- tended Port Townsend high school and the University of Washing- ton. He is employed with the U.S. Forest Service at Hoodsport. The Mintys will make their home at Lilliwaup. Shelton General Hospital Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hawkins. Star Rt. 1, Box 137. a boy, Jan. 30. Mr. and Mrs. Robert G. Coker. Rt. 1 Box 130. a boy, Jan. 30. LUNCHEON MEE There will be a 12K eheon meeting of the Orthopedic Guild Feb. home of Mrs. Frank Mrs. Pearl Dutcher hostess. Further plans for the "Next to held Ivrarch 29-30, Mixing antibiotics ,q good way to be sure are getting full \\;vender drngs. When tics is fed in Mr. and Mrs. Clay MeCartney, sumpiion will vary Rt. 1 Box 294. Ehna. a boy, Feb. early weeks while the 4. lea:ruing to eat Clinic Hospital Mr. and Mrs. D. W. *Sweitzer, 318 Oak St., a girl, Jan. 30. : Mr. and-Mrs. Jolm Ragan, P.O. Box 309, a girl, Feb. 6. MAE RUTLEDGE HAS BABY GIRL Mrs. Gone (Mac) Rutledge, lo- cal 1959 polio victim, gave birth to a 7 pound, three ounce baby girl last Friday at the Shelton General Hospital: .Mother and ba- by are both reported doing well. Mac was struck by polio in Nov- ember 1959 and has been confined ] to a wheelchair since she was re- I leased from the hospital the tel-I lowing May. The Rutledge's have] three other children, Karlenel 16, I Jim, 15, and Lucky, 13. The new little one will be called Donna Jo. BILL KIMBELS HAVE BABY BOY Mr. and Mrs. Bill Kimbel. Shel- ton, became the parents of a baby boy Wednesday at the McCleary hospital, The new baby has been named Daniel Leroy. He joins two sisters. In areas where goiter is preva- lent, such as the West. the use of Pharmacy From Nell Let's look it right No matter how we health is the real we're here in businesS. joy sounding like a c0t (let's ehange that to,il scold your is imP' Thri really !t idea, '-: hoardi maind$ that tivel Even if you can any given prescription for you cannot possibl exact reason why your scribed it. Then too, become weaker and ' stronger. Why take a 0] Open Daily 9:30 Saturdays Neirs 4th & Railroad iodized salt is advised for horses, (Paid Adv.) TO PROVIDE THE SCIENTIFIC ANSWER TO THE QUESTION EVERYONE ASKS: How Much Life Insurance Should I CALL Duane Rodgers -- Phone Joe Kilbourne -- Phone March of Dimes Success Due To Help of Many Members of the Zonta Club and Jerry Samples, March of Dimes chairman, wish to extend their thanks to everyone in Mason county who made last Thursday's annual Mother's March of Dimes a success. Their thanks go, not only to the marching mothers, but to teenagers who did babysitting to enable mothers to get out, Close to 175 mothers collected over $780 on Thursday evening. Some areas which were not cov- ered due to the poor weather have since been canvassed, bringing the total to over $1000. A final fig- ure was not available at press time. "An open window. Inth,s weather Not wide open. Just enough to let all, The weather inside that steamy, stale air flow out the back- the summer, too. You can imitate ' F " "" chasedbyMercury s lo-Thruventdanon vertible. Just roll down everything system. And don't worry. There's no lower the Breezeway window allthe wa: g and W! ! :raight. I appreciate t ',:t wi! chance of rain or snow getting through this rear "breezeway". The roof line ex- tends out over the back window. Like an eave. A most elegant eave. at's more, thewindow slants stylishly inward. (This is why you don't see snow or ice collecting on the rear window of our new Mercury Monterey.) No steam, smoke or noisy drafts.With fresh air (warm as you please) constant- ly washing away the old stale blue stuff, windows don't get steamy. The driver can see what's coming up from behind, or sideways. And you can keep those side vents and windows locked tight.To eliminate noise and chill. The effect is most refreshing make ponytails stand out straight. over the long haul, you'll hush that comes from driving everytling tight, except the Breeze window. With cowl vents open, frei; air moves in and out. Coolly Quietli This ability to control the climate insi a Monterey is just one of many ameri ties we offer at no extra cost. To see atii appreciate all of them, come by forii close look. And a demonstration ri# if you wish. MONTEREY MONTERY CUSTOM Half a Heartl Half a 'Purple' Hearti .. not for bravery, . . not for wounds of war . . . but for SWEETHEARTS! Everything is purple again at DEAN'S (even Valentines). For your share of the royal (purple) treatment, bring your sweet- hearts in by ones, twos or dozens, for a professional portrait by DEAN. Let your loved ones know you care enough to give the very best a professional portrait by DEAN. Bring die family and see how they fit in a new Mercury. We'll find a pric.e that JIM! PAULEY. ING, 501 Railroad Avenue