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February 14, 1963

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. , . . lary 14, 1963 fiI-IELTON--MASON COUNTY JOURNAL Published in "Chr,tmastowv.. [hg.A.", Shelton, Washington 3 SHELTONIAN HELPS PLAN CALIFORNIA DATE FESTIVAL RUGE and his wife, Adelle, ad- en costumes to fit in with the theme of County National Date Festival at Feb. 15-24. The former ShelteR and his wife are supervisors of the big for the annua_l event. The gay theme has been chosen by se of the Coachella Valley&apos;s similarity to the Far East. Dr. Ruge first prac- ticed medicine in ShelteR in 1903. Later he prac- ticed in Bellingham and Seattle. He was a psy- chiatrist and noted lecturer, as well as superin- tendent of Northern State Hospital. He is a Shelter home owner and still spends part of his summer months here. Auxiliary 1 Officersof Ve- War I will iustall at the regular meet- 8 p.m. in the Memo- to be installed are: Adams: senior )elle Willson; junior treas., May Rachel Chase; Madden. lg officer will be Clara Will be served at- JAYETTES Jayettes Will meet at the home o[ Easter Card Kits Made By Auxiliary The Vicki Lee Orthopedic Aux- iliary held its Feb. 11 meeting at the home of Mrs. Percy Zamzow. Cohostess .was Mrs, Duane Wright. Easter card kits to be sent to the Orthopedic hospital were made. iNTtER GUIDES & OUrTFITTERS BPW To Sponsor Oity and County Heart Fund Drive The regular business meeting of the Business and Professional Women's Club was held Feb. 6 at the home of Mrs. Joe Town- The March 11 meeting will be send. Jr, Miss Mary Dobson will held at the home of Mrs. Don entertain the group'at a 6:30 p.m. Lund with Mrs. Arden Pierce as fund-raising dinner m her home inChsteSS'as a newMrS'member.Jan Zangl came next Tuesday, followed by a meeting. The Heart Drive which begins OPEN HOUSE TO Sunday in Shelton and Mason HONOR COUPLE county is sponsored by the BPW Mr. and Mrs. tester F. Crossan Club under the leadership of Mrs. will be guests of honor at an open Maybell Daniels. Assisting her as house from 2-4 p.m. this Sunday city chairman is Mrs. Ella Chase. at the Skokomish Community hall. Many voluntary leaders, co-wor- Their many friends are invited to kers and students will be calling stop in on the occasion of the on the area homes for contribu- couple's 25th wedding annivers- tions to this very needy cause cry. the research and care of heart diseases. DeMolay boys will be in charge of distributing and collecting the Heart containers to retail stores. Workers will check in with their leaders or at the Memorial hall Sunday afternoon. Committee members of the B PW club met Monday for dinner and an evening work party at the home of Mrs. Ella Chase in pre- paration for this drive. TWO HOURS OF ACTION PACKED ADVENTURE IN COLOR AND SOUND Democrat Club Plans Dance Friday "Come as you are" is the theme of the dance being sponsored Fri- day night at the Dayton Commu- nity Hall by the Mason County Democratic Club. Dancing will begin at 9 p.m. to the music of the Ramblin' Four. Tickets will be sold at the door. The Democratic Club is also planning its next regxdar meeting Feb. 21 at the PUD Auditorium at 8 p.m. Joint PTA Meeting To Feature Speaker A joint meeting of the three elementary school PTAs and the Mason County PTA council will be held at 8 p.m, tonight at the Evergreen school auditorium. Dr. Silvernail. a well known educator and outstanding speaker will give a talk on his educationa impressmns of the USSI. He ha, recently returned from a trip through Russia with a group ot educators. The =eeting is open to anyone who would like to attend, whether or not he is a member of the PTA. FINEST BIG GAME NG -- WILDUFE FROM ALASKA actual scenes film from ehin([ he hunter. FOLR R. Th;s year we have captured dm most excihng Polar Bear picture ever made. OF ACTION -.. HunTs. for tTopby Dan Barron Ground Carlbou -- Alaskan " Grhzly Bear -- Polar Bear. 40 rn;nues o bes end|oseit graphy ever ,filmed. BEFORE SHOWN IN THIS AREA: with other Ataska shows here. Not a silent picture! Narra- and color in film. Four years in the at a cost of thousands of dollars. Coontz Junior High Aud. 18-19-20  7:30 p.m. F High School Auditorium ebrury 26-27-28  7:30 p.m. Valentine Party For Rebekahs A Valentine party followed the regular meeting of the Ruby Re- bekah Lodge No. 75 last Friday. Grace Wells won the prize for the candy hunt. The next meeting will be held Feb. 22 and will be initiation night. Opal Moore, Grace Wells, Suzy Dobson and Pearl Jackson will be in charge of refreshments. Candle Projeot Nets Big Profit At a meeting of the Evergreen Commonwealth Orthopedic Guild held Monday Feb. 11 at the home of Mrs. George Frisk it was re- ported that $ 80.75 had been col- lected as a result of the Christmas candle project. The guild wishes to express sin- cere thanks to the following for permitting the candles to be placed in their place of business: Golden Pheasant, Andy s 40 et 8. Ritner's, Mac's Corner, lY[amie's Grill, Bull's Grocery at Union, Pastime, Joe's Tavern, The Lamp- post, and Shelton Recreation Bowling Alley. Marriage Licenses Applying" for marriage licenses at the Mason county Auditor's of- fice this past week were: Claude H. Wagner, 68, Bremer- ton and Hattie E. Kinney, 57, Olympia. Gerald Glenn, 53, Bremerton and Ellen L. Laucher. 49. Tacoma. Daniel Hushman. 24. Bremerton and Marlene Martin, 27, Hubbard. Ore. Tel'ril G. Brown. 19 Bremerton and Eie L, T[uesdel, 19, Bremer- ton. So cial Even ts Society Editor Americanism Subject For Marj Waters Phone 426-4412 i i i,,i It's A Date Monthly Meeting The first monthly meeting of the Amorican Legion Auxiliary was held Feb. 5 Chairman. Mrs. Amy Frank headed the Americanism program, the theme being "3qmt is Americanism". Oilier regular reports were given. Mrs. Etna Eliason. education chair- lnan. reported on inform atiort re- garding scholarships given by the American Legion. The Poppy and Pan American programs were discussed. Plans were presented for chairmen to consider. Following adjournment dough- nuts and coffee were sewed by the Post. Plans For Annual Pancake Breakfast 0n The Griddle Shrove Tuesday, sometimes cal- led Pancake Tuesday, falls on Feb. 26 this year. The women of St. David's Episcopal church are busy planning their traditional pancake breakfast for this day. Mrs. James Gilliland is chairman with Mrs, Edwin Lovell in charge of the decorations. The age-old custom of serving and eating pancakes on this par- ticular date is observed in many parts of the world. It is used as a celebration before preparing for the more austere season of Lent which commences the day after Shrove Tuesday. Pancakes with butter and syrup, bacon and eggs, coffee and fruit juice will be served continuously from 7 a.m. to 1 p.m. Donation will be $1.25 for adults, 50 cents for children. The public is invited to attend. Lincoln Is Theme For 8 and40 Today, Thursday, l,'eh. 14 St. Valentine's Day. VVWI Vets and Auxiliary, 8 p. m.. Memorial hall. Golden Age Club. 12 noon pot- luck. Memorial hall. Joint PTA meeting. 8 p.m. Ever- green school. Rotary Club hmcheon. 12 noon, Ming Tree Cafe. Shelton Jayettes. 8 p.m., home of M]'s. Tom Ryan. Friday, l,'eb. 15 Ractlel Knott Guild. 12:30 p.m. hmcheon, imme of Mrs. Frank Travis. Jr. VFW Post and Auxiliary pot- luck dinner meeting, 6:30 fl).m., Memorial hall. Georgine Reed Orthopedic guild, 1 p.m., Colonial house. Amaranth Choir Rummage sale, PUD. building. Saturday, Feb. 16 Amaranth Choir Rummage sale, PUD building. Drivers License examiner, 10 a. m. to 5 p.m.. police station, Teenagers dance. 9 p.m.. lV[emo- rial hail. Sunday, Feb, 17 Shelton churches invite you to attend the church of your choice. Heart Fund drive. Mond-ty, Feb. 18 County commission's meeting, 10 a.m., courthouse. Shelton Faculty Wives, 8 p.m., home of Mrs. Harold Wilson. SRA Pinochle Club. 8 p.m., Me- morial hail. Tuesday, Feb. 19 Mason Co. Fair Board meets. 8 p.m.. commissioner's room. court- house. Kiwanis Club luKcheon, 12 noon, 1Y[emorial hall. City commission's meeting, 2 p. m., city hall. Fred B. Wivell Post 31. Ameri- can Legion, 8 p.m.. Memorial hail. Slleltou Rhod<)dendron Society, 8 p.m.. PUD building. tVednesday, }Feb. 20 W, omen's Republican Club, 1:30 p.m.. PUD building. Drivers' license examiner, 10 a, February Meeting lm to5 p.m., police station. Salon No. 508 Eight and Forty Thursday, Feb. 21 met for the regular meeting Mon- day. Dinner. served by hostesses Beth Johnson. Addle Norris ann Rae Melcum. was enjoyed by 18 partners at the Memorial hall. The tables were appropriately de- corated with Lincoln silhouettes in black and white, set in minia- ture logs. The meeting was opened accord- ing to ritual by Chapeau Beryle Faubert. Chairman reports were given. Child welfare chairman, Do- ra Jackson. was informed that blouses for hospitalized children are to be made. Easter favors for Firlands will be sent later. Funds for the nurs- ing scholarship will complete all departmental financial require- ments. The White Room ceremony was conducted by RaP Melcum acting as La Superintendante, assisted by other officers. By this cere- mony Charlotte Gardner was ad- mitted to membership. Partner Augusta Twohy repor- ted on the progress of the Eugene Martin Memorial project. An ap- propriation was voted. Hostesses for the March meet- ing will be Partners Mattie Back- lund. Augusta Twohy and Lillian Norvold. Birthday of five partners was observed. Partner Agnes Alex- ander conducted a fun skit "The Candy Store". Meeting was ad- journed. I feel within me a peace above all earthly dignities, a still and quiet consmence,--Shakespeare. BPW dinner. 6:30 p.m., home of Mary Dobson Welcome Chapter No. 40 Past matrons, 11 a.ln. Masonic ten]pie. Rotary Club luncheon, noon, Ming Tree Cafe. Navy Mothers Club, 7 p.m., Me- morial hall. Hood Canal Woman's Club, 11 a.m.. Potlatch clubhouse. HOOD CANAL CLUB MEETS NEXT WEEK The Hood Canal roman's Club will meet ac 11 a.m. next Thurs- day at the Potlatch clubhouse. The business of the day wil be dispen- sed with in the morning followed by luncheon. Hoodsport members will act as hostesses. Mrs. Anne Rowe of Potlatch, program chairman, will present Mr. M. V. Grunkmeier of Shelton who will show a film "Decorat- ing Unlimited" which should prove to be most informative to mem- bers. Also of equal interest will be a talk by Mrs. Harry Coles of Union on "Spring Fashion" wrth hints on selecting patterns and materials. In the absence of the president, Mrs. Helen Thwaites, 1st vice pre- sident, ]Vfrs. Vera Shortsleeves of Hoodsport will preside. FACULTY WIVES MEET MONDAY Shelton Faculty Wives will meet at 8 p.m. next Monday at the home of Mrs, Harold Wilson. Mrs, Rodney Rakowicz will be co-host- ess for the evening. BRIDE-TO.BE JUD! SUE SPRINGER of Ven- ture, Calif., is the bride-elect of Warren James Zeitler, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Zeitler, Bremerton. Mr. Zeitler is sta- tioned at Point Mugu Naval Base. Rear Venture, as an av- iation fire control technician. Miss Springer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Springer of Ven- ture, is a 1962 graduate of Ven- tur. high school. Her fiance, who was a member of the 1960 class of Irene S. Reed high school, studied eonstructural en- gineering at Washington State University. No date has been set for the wedding. Concert Association Membership Drive Closes Saturday The initial progress at the be- ginning of the Mason County Com- munity Concert Association annu- al membership drive was the best ever, this year. The campaign started February 4 and will con- tinue until noon this Saturday. The Sextetto Americauc final attraction of this season to be seen March 13. is being .offered as a special bonus to new members. D,m to a change of the by-laws of the organization, election of new officers for the next year will be held during the March 13 concert, Shetton (ieneral th)spital Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Kurtz. Rt. 2 Box 693. a girl, Feb. ]2. Mr. and Mrs. Allen. ell. 860 Ellionor street, a boy, Feb. 6. Mr. and Mrs. James Howell, Rt. 1 Box 72. a boy, Feb. 8. IT'S A GIRL :Mr .and Mrs. Tod Schmidt Shel- ton. became the parents of a baby' girl Feb. 5 at the St. Peters hos- pital in Olympia. Tressa Anne has been chosen for the new addition's nalne. LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE ShelteR Lodge No. 1684 Gerry Hart, Governor Phone 426-3047 Russ Morken, Secretary Phone 426-4071 MEETINGS HELD EACH 2nd and 4th Tuesdays of the Month 8 p.m. Airport i , n Colored Slides To Be Shown The Shelton chapter of the Ame- rican Rhododeudron Society will meet at 8 p. m. next Tuesday at the PUD building. An interesting program is plan- ned for the evening. A series of 80 colored slides featuring the best of rhododendron hybrids will be .hown. These slides are from the National Rhododendron Society headquarters. Visitors are welcome. Amaranth Choir Rummage Sale Laurel Court. Order of Amar- anth will meet at 8 p,m. next Wed- nesday at the Masonic temple. This will be advance night for the of- ricers. The Amaranth choir will spon- sor a rummage sale at the PUD building this Friday and Saturday. Proceeds will help pay their way to Tacoma to Grand Court in March. If members friends have any rummage to donate for the sale they are asked to contact one of the choir and they will pick it up. HIGH SCORERS FOR SRA PINOCHLE CLUB The next meeting of the SRA Pinochle Club will be held at 8 p. m. Monday at the Memorial hall. At the last meeting June Petty held high score for woman, Alic Herzog, 2rid. High for the men was held by Walt Austin and 2rid by Russel Clary. First Swallows Are Sighted The swallows have come back to Mason County, reportedly about a month early. Mrs, Eric Christensen reported one pair has returned to their Spencer Lake home and have made themselves right at home in the Christensen's bird house, The swallows usually do not return to this area until about March 15, so they are about a month early this year. [esther High Low Preeip. Feb, 6 63 4:S .36 Feb. 7 61 40 -- Feb. 8 69 41 --- Feb. 9 64 36 ...... Feb. l 0 68 30 ..... Feb. Ii 63 30 =- Feb. 12 62 30 -- TRY JOURNAL WANT ADS CARD OF THANKS I wish to extend to my friends and neighbors in Hoods- port and Shelton my heartfelt thanks and appreciation for the acts of ldudness and sympathy they extended to me in the loss of my beloved wife who passed away on January 23rd, last. I wish also to express my sin- cere thanks to the nursing staff of Shelton General Hospital for the kind and efficient service with which they attended my wife throughout the course of her illness, and the kindness and consideration they extend- ed to me during the days and nights that I spent by her bed- side. Most sincerely, Frederick Noad CARD OF THANKS My deepest gratitude to all those who sent cards, floral of- ferings and memorials-and the many acts of kindness shown me during my recent bereave- ment. 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