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i i,oc,.,, , lww00veter..s S 3o Elect And e H t 5&apos; Install Officers Society Editor Marj Waters Phone 426-4412 Madrona Barracks No. 1462, Ve- terans of World War I will elect A [and install its 1963 officer staff HOOD CANAL COUPLE JOIN HANDS . the next, regular meeting of the Barl'acks and Auxiliary next IN MATRIMONY JANUARY 19 Thursday at the Memorial build- ing. Both the Barracks and Aux- r iliary will start at 8 p.m. V It is re'get that all members at- tend this important meeting and that those who have not paid their 1963 dues do so at once. Entertaimnent and refreshments E will be provided following the joint meeting. One hundred per cent at- tendance is urged to attend pre- pared to nominate and elect a sLrono-, vigorous officer staff for the coming year. DI 0ES Officers To The Advance Saturday J Welcome Chapter No. 40, Order of Eastern Star will hold its re- , gular meeting at 8 I).m. Saturday IOth . in the Masonic temple. Dnr- ing the evening tt]e officers in the line will advance to their next position. Mrs. J uanita Potter, Associate Matron, will share the East with by Mrs. Dorothea Brickert. Worthy Savings made February I0 Matron. and Clarence Grunert. Worthy Patron. will earn intered from February I At the close of the meeting Miss Nellie Nelson will show slides of India. Japan mad other points of SAVE AND SERVE YOURSELF interest taken on her world tour. All Eastern Stars are invited to attend. i i q i H ii ., i YOUR SAVINGS at current annual rates Coffee Hour Slated EARN D|V|DENDS AT @ A JANUARY 19 WEDDING changed Miss Patrioia Frank,in's By Hospital Auxiliary name to Mrs. Gerald A. Kaare. Her parents are Mr. and Mrs. 41 IGC Jack Franklin, Hoodsport. He isthe son of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice The Shelton General Hospital Kaare of Potlatch. The newlyweds are both graduates of Irene S. Auxiliary will have a coffee hour Reed high school, from 10:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. next , . . . Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Ha- Miss Patricia Franklin contin- tical gowns of powder blue dacron rold Sutherland. 303 Birch street. compounded four times annually ued a family tra0ition by carrying satin which had scoop necklines Admission will be by gift dona- a yellow-throated orchid in a and a draped bodice. The fullness ion for the hospital booth. , , shower of stephanotis on her pray- of the skirt was caught in a side er book when she changed her bow. Their head dresses were or Shel[on Branoh name to Mrs. Gerald A. Kaare net with a flat velvet bow or IN CONCERT January 19. The nuptial mass matching blue. Each carried cres- Janet Maranville will pattii- which united the daughter of Mr. cent bouquets of pink, blue and pate in the Youth Symphony or- Thurst0n u [*011n'y Federal and Mrs. Jack Franklin of Hood-white daisies, chestra of the Pacific Northwest sport and the son of Mr. and Mrs. C.L. Winne was best man for concert in Meany Hall on the Uni- pews with white bows on the blue :Yaurice Kaare of Potlatch was the bridegroom. The brides bro- versity of Washington campus at candles. Rev. R. R. Rings perfor- u performed by gev. Mark Weich- ther. James. Franklin, and Walter 8:30 p.m. Feb. 9. The orchestra is med the double ring ceremony O'AIIIImlllll 9- I AAi RdAAAIA&iAH mama. Kaare, cousin of the groom, were composed of 117 young musicians uniting the dughter of Mr. and OdVllllb IX LUdll H6UUIdLIUII cr father escorted Miss Frank- ushers, from Seattle and the surrounding :Ntrs. Reynold Mason, Shelton, and qj lin to the altar. Her full-sMrted The morning nuptial mass was area. the son of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer ballerina length gown of lace and followed by an afternoon recep- -- Easton, Harrington Wash.,. in Accounts Insured to $10,000.00 by the F.S.L.I.O, net over eggshell taffeta was sty- tion at Holiday Beach. The cake holy matrimony. ' 9 A M 4 P a an.4.. *h.,, -r, .... ,,. led with a fitted bodice, short slee- was cut by Mrs. Margery Hoag- STUDENT TEACHER Miss Mason was gowned in a .....  ............. .... ---,,--0,'=i yes and a tiny Peter Pan collar, land, aunt of the bride. 1VIrs. Ro- Carolyn Edwards, a student at white satin waltz length sheath 10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Fridays She wore a veil loaned to her by I bert Bearden, aunt of the groom. Central Washington State College, with a gathered overskirt when H,,-,= n;,,,,  .... , :^ the bridegroom's sister and lace ] poured. Another aunt, Mrs. George is a student teacher in the Ellens- her father escorted her up the gag tets. I Kaare, attended the puneh bowl burg School system this quarter, aisle, Brocade roses graced the 5th & Capitol Way 313 Railroad Ave, Miss tranklin's sister Joanne The newly married pair left for bodice and the front of the skirt Ol,,m-ia r- .... Wash Shelton Wash - was her maid of honor. Another a short trip on the Peninsula Both  .. LP_ and a bow accented the midriff sister, .ianne and her futurelare graduates of Irene S Ree nepunnncan Women of the full skirt. White gloves and SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES Private, Confidentia b Economical sister-in-law, Mrs. Bob Pederson, [high school.. Mr..Kaare is employ- brocade heels and a fingertip veil were bridesmaids They wore idea- ed by Tacoma City Light. " Visil "=$ i.flhlmlnlia Sessi0n with a white orange blossom ti- i i , ,. -- - " " ' arc completed the bride's attire. mn tm = nI, Im" I 171', kTIV Ce ] : Members of the Mason Com, ty She carried a bouquet of white _ ...... . Women's Republican Club, joined and turquoise daisies with white by some of their friends, visited stephanotis and pink rosebuds. I the Legislative session in Olym- Miss Sharon Kent, maid of hon- Iil,_ffiiHtll. ! i !1/:=.  " -i ,I::.:: :.::: :+:.: IJ;{ !;.I 1 '"I:"; " pin last week.j. Norris, L.L. dr, wore a turquoise broeadea 'i iiiiiii ...... :::i' t Included in the group from sheath dress styled with a fully iiiiiiiii:ii!i!!i,, ,;I// .... !i;i!iiii::iii Shelton, Hood Canal and Belfair gathered overskirt. White heels '..::' e;", were lVZrs. George Shackleford, and gloves and white veil hat president of the club, Mmes. Guy complimented her outfit. She car- i!! !i'@i;!lr  N cInelly, Robert ried a bouquet of pink, white and Puhn, Roy Culbe;tson, C. C. Ed- turquoise daisies with pink rose- I IIIPI I I I I I I ?. F I a. vim&p I l i= ,I Allll lip 11t[ VALUES , dy, Phil]ip Hardie, H. A. Hans- buds. Miss Sandi Stevens, brides- meier, Robert Kimbel, E. L. Lov- maid, wore a matching dress and L_ _ ell, Sidney O. Andersofi, Ivan carried a bouquet of pink and e _roaa.. Holm, E. J. Reichman, C. D. Ries,' turqttoise daisies. --- " ' ' 1 Luxurious interiors @ 307 dec- Calvin H. Mann and Miss Clara Candle lighters were Misses -- a --- f- ----b  ---m]h i prwe of a LeSabre by I orator trims durable vinyl or Eastwood. ! 7 IF /" II  I I iW"ll I D,27,,,.1, .... 4 ....... O*/e] I fabric  Exclusive Advanced Tami V[ason and Marcia Riggins. 1 / I / t 1 I l L ill I .l[{t.'t--tty "U#vll UW'If I Thrust engineering < Arrow- Their dresses were of white sheer I  strai ht trackin < Wildcat 401 .-  Il: nylon dotted with silver sequins, / ],  I , [ [] I I I keSabre 2-d0or sedan shown below--S2869. ] ..  ' .. _  .... / / /I ' ' lee Iw I ! v-I get,on  urgmg .urome el, u,,..ean Club over turquoise taffeta with blue I | *BasedonManufacturer'sSuggestedRetaiJPricefor I " e* ,, uhtnt  RtJ c'k rd / kl I I  I I ................. Dr v .................. - I mR Ii I lnI$ Le:aare z-ooor seoan (li'lciuae$ reimburse* I .. ."" A   1 ' ,, \\; F ] I -] i [ | II U I ,.,,o,,-,,,,,0,,, .... ,o-o,,o,o-,0, | >'':, ...... 'z= ...... '.' Schedules Meet velvet cummerbunds. I i i I Iee t- , I Delivery and Handling Charge) transpodation | sam gone  u0g, roomy trunK. The monthly meeting of the Ma- Best man for the bridegroom chares State and local taxes accessories and *0 t ona at extra cost \\; i / I / l i 7 I ! oo,,oo.,.,o,omo.,.,,,,,,o,,. I P son County Women's Republican was Don Bischoff. Scott and Roy " 2 /%.   : : Y j  I I'  ' ..... . I __ " Chlb is scheduled at 1:30 p.m. Fe- Easton a_d Renny Mason were v --, I ayln [Ill,l  I c  D ]bruary 20 in the PUD auditorium, ushers. Ed Kazinsky sang The ...-..11111 IiIIIlqlil I 00eFun I  ]0 'JlS. =.= >  The program will be announced Lords Prayer and Love lIe Ten-. [ "r- ffz ,;,.:) embers are urged to circle rson. * " : ::f ...... : ................ : ,- : ::: v.: :::::::i::.% )...::::::::::: this regular third-Wednesday date For her daughter's wedding Mrs. I : ....... . .iii;:i:i:sa:;:i,i::!:/ :!':::i  )i ::i::::::::: ::?:!: ii . i Ill! I ,mprovedcarburetionforbetter I o, their calendar and attend. Vi- :Mason wore a toast colored suit    i I gas-mileage in '63  15" wheels I r! sitors are cordially invited, with turquoise accessories. Mrs. i I I  aI i I stretch tire life  Finned alumi. I ff,j.,!!iNI.x-t).'. Easton chose a turquoise suit with , .... [ . -. ' num ront brakes--linings last "ii /..... black accessories. Their corsages I III/illl I/iliii ] >nges* , Buick's hgh qualtYLong.life a/uminized muffler. ,i ''"'"','.=.+!" I jl riCK' LEE AUXILIARY were of pink carnations and pale engineering cuts upkeep costs ' L  i .......... ;::9:i  MEETS MONDAY yellow orchids. i  ' The Vicki Lee Orthopedic Aux- The reception followed the cere- / It  , Ii Buickresale iliary will hold its February 11 mony in the church. Serving cake meeting at the home of 3Ers. Per- were :Mrs. John Riggins and Mrs. /"  ' I' value nyx"--'ng high cy Zamzow with Mrs. Duane Chet Baze; pouring, Mrs. Herb RECORD NUMBERS SHARING BUICK SUCCESS Wright as co-hostess. Baze and lIrs, lel Mason: punch, YOUR CAR. IS WORTH MORE NOW IN TRADE TIIAN t /  i tppe:t 196 kaenSae'deo somethinglV[embers toare workremindedon tOforbringthe IT EVER WILL BE AGA. i  } I $25t6hmacf'trg, anli2t8 Hamper Benefit drawing which e | " " .... |  " " :Y'I model sold in 1960  Today's will be held March 30. DON T DRLA, Y. BE MONEY MIEAD! TILDE NOW. ! , / I quality Buick stays new longed | '".\\;! Y | *Source: IAI)k G.ide Bks, Nov. t960 1952 ......... t ' ,, ,',', " i ' ' MRS. LEWIS ATTENDS REGIONAL CONFERENCE Eagles District Deputy Marie Lewis attended the Eagles North-  ili: ,-- '  iil;: ii i!iiii:  Ill I  Wide choice of fullsize,LeSabte models; Wagons, Convertible 2- and 4-door Hardtgps and Sedans . . If ' :'; ;] i: .... ' i:4JJ:i!!i!:"J* ..... :" '" !j;  ':i::ii I%)' ' " ' ' q|i,'t . Q ,nq| , ' r . ----Extra values in Double Check u CONNIE MASON IS BRIDE OF BRUD EASTON IN JAN. RITES MR. AND MRS. BRUD EASTON following their wedding cere- m0ny at the First Methodist church on January 19. She is the former Connie Mason, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Reynotd Mason, Shelton. His parents are Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Easton, Harrington, Washington. Bouquets of blue and white lvl:rs. Jim Gooley. Mrs. Ted Rey- chrysanthemums and pink carna- holds was m harge of the guest tions decorated the First Metho- book. Miss Laura Barbree and dist church when Miss Connie Mrs. Les Mason attended the gift Jean Mason became Mrs. Brud able. Edwin Easton January 19. Blue Miss Mason is a graduate of and white bows decorated the Irene S. Reed high school and has west Regional conference in Eu- gene, Ore., last weekend. Wash- ington state was represented by 38 members. lV[rs. Lewis will give her report at District meeting. HAPPY DOLPHIN BAKE SALE TOMORROW A bake Sale will be held at the new 20th Century Thriftway and Tradewell stores this Friday by the Happy Dolphin Swim Guild. sale will start at 9 a.m The funds will be used for the retarded children's swim program. 4-H NEWS The Guys and Gals 4-H lub met 3an. 28 in the Middle Sko- komish Community Hall. Three new members, Robin Mal- cry, Lynda Dillon and Richard Silcox, joined the club. The group decided as a com- naunity service project each girl would bake two dozen cookies to be given to the Red Cross for use in a hospital. Entertainment for Rally Day, March 9, was discussed. There were 17 members and two leaders present for the meeting. Dancing and refreshments fol- lowed the meeting. Bert @owan, Repoz'te. Ski Trip To Be Planned At P011 The St. Edward's will hold a potluck dinli! atll6bP"l]e  (2]t' ;z'': to sign up for the to Crystal Mountain Feb. 22, The various expenseS will be explained and Only members wiLh pa will be allowec to acCO group as the cxpese ing the bus Will be boi Lreaslu'y. Golden Age Next The Golden Age ClttJ for a 12 noon potluck dl at the Mem0 Thursday About' 70 members sent for the last MaYg'ie Speck's students did several the group. Members are rummage sale which Raih'oa d avenue. office) each Friday Benefit Smt Dinner A Smorgasbord will be held this 12:30 1 6 p.m. at the sonic temple All proCe to the Davicl R. Mcg! Mr. McKay was serio recently in a logging a! This" is a communi spearheaded by the j of all Belfalr active or[ Everything to make thi has been donated. Adult servings children under 12. TAYLOR RI been employed at the Sprouse- Reitz store. The bridegroom, a sgoLlaitse a , S.HIrarrilng:atiohi, gh ELEGTRI in. BremerLon where the couple . 4th &Cota Will make ltslqome. _ I NDW--- TWD NIGIIT$ I 4o & 8 VOITURE 135 PRESENT I FUN ON FRID 1 land SATURD/00 I WITH THE I POPULAR and TALENTED L HARTY ] FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 8 SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 9 ] 113 GOTA STREET i " Members Olfly I RESERVATIONS -- Phone 42(] .3! 9:30 p.m, to 1:30 a,m, Let's Brag About SHELTON and MASON COUNTY -- Send A Copy Of WELCOME TO SHELTOH AND HASON COUNTY To  friend, relative or total stranger anywhere in the United States or Canada The Book Is Book Will Contain . . . FREE POSTAGE, ENVELOPE AND HANDLING 25' PER COPY Just send your check, cash or I.O.U. along with the names Many pictures of area History and other stories Schools, clubs, churches Maps of city and county All kinds of information about the area. - Published By - Shelton Printing & and addresses to .... 131 Railroad Avenue Shelton Printing S h e 1 t o n ! & Stationery (3o. PHONE ORDERS ACCEPTED IF YOU PAY FOR TP!