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12 StlELTON--MASON COUNTY JOURNAL  Published in "Christmastown, U.S.A.", Shelton, Washington Thursday, ,( , .................. ] ,i i LOYAL ORDER OF ] . $ . .- I i Social Events000000 j Sbo,to. Lodge 1684 I I Gerry Ha t, I i Governor I Society Editor Marj Waters Phone 426-4412 I Phone 426-3047 i I I Russ Morken, Secretary It  ' I Phone 426 4071 BENEFIT DANCE |IT E'| =it. ll" I " I I A henefit dance in honor of Mrs k]l qJU[Jl k_l I MEETINGS HELD EACH I! JoAn'i Davidson will be ileld'th;s riled;r= _L_J._IJ I ni] ,d 4,h q[nr]gvl II Friday evening from 9 p.m.-1 a.m. lIIp ,CHUUIU I- .... '--: t-'Mn '-'''7" If in Eastwo0d hail at Alderbrook rll 1 "1 I O, e n n I Inn. Donations will be $1 each. IIIIS l00rlllay  Frinds of the Davidsons are spon- , , , r | r   ,. , Tne St Edalds outh Club . 8 p.m. Alrpo t I | __ " | Sorlng Lne qance , , SKi DllS will leave the church at TRACK ROLLERS LAST LONGER Track roller bushings and shafts get unsurpassed pro- tection with RPM Tractor Roller Lubricant. It flows evenly, coating bearing surfaces with a tough film that stays put even under shock Ioads...seals out dirt, mud and water. RPM Tractor Roller Lubricant comes in 3 grades for Caterpillar and International equipment and an A/C grade for Allis-Chalmers tractors. any Standard Oil product, call (' For C. C. COLE & SONS Inc.\\;'/.," 118 S. Third St, 426-4411 kvM 7 a.m. this Friday morning for the ski trip to Crystal Mount- ain A written permission slip h'om the parents Will be necessary before any child boards the bus. i I Sack hmches are preferred, however there are restaurant fa- eililws available. Should anyone desire to take a sled there will l be room on the bus. I The bus. will return to the church at approximately 7 p.m. 1 Parents are responsible for theh" t child having a ride to his home. If snow conditions are not good at Crystal Mountain the group v:il] go instead m White Pass. Chaperones for the trip will be Mrs. Ernest Malloy, Mrs. Gordon Dickinson and Mr. and Mrs. James E. Connolly. Dennis Yule Atlends Washington Seminar Dennis Yule. son of Mr. and Mrs. Howard V. Yule. is one of four students at Seattle Pacific College who is attending the Wa- shington Seminar on Federal Service in Washington, D.C. The seminar is sponsored by the Na- tional Association for Evangeli- cals. Yule is a political science major at SPC. In addition to the seminar the group intends to visit the New York Stock Exchange and the United Nations. Eagles Aerie Slates District Meeting The next Eagles Aerie district meeting will be held at 1 p.m. this Sunday in Centralia. The regular meeting of the Eagles Aerie 2079 willl be held at 8 p.m. next Tuesday at the airport hall. This will also be donut night. I I A-Volunteer representing the Tumwater Council Boy Scouts of America will be calling on you Thursday evening, Feb. 21 for your contribution to the 1963 fund drive. (Space Courtesy Simpson Timber Company) I I REPORT FROM MOTOR TREND EXPERTS ON THE '63 RAMBLERS: ,, High School Spotlight JERRY PARKS is editor of the Irene S. Reed high school paper and assistant editor of the school annual. He is a member of Hon- or Society and has qualified as a finalist for National Merit schol- arship. Spending a big percentage of his high school years on crutches due to a knee operation and com- plications has not kept ISR sen- lOt Jerry Parks from participat- ing in school activities. Jerry is a three-year Thespian, having been student director of his soph- omore play, held a main lead roll in one play in his junior year and by assuming one of the major roles in this year's senior play. Jerry is the editor of. the school paper "The Highclimber". which is a big responsibility. He is also assistant editor of the school an- nual the Saghalie. He belongs to Quill and Scroll and was a mem- ber of the old Press Club. In the scholastic department Jerry has fared very well. He be- longs to Honor Society and is one of two Shelton students to qualify 4-H NEWS, Builders The last meeting of the 4-H Builders Club was called to order by the president, Bob Spooner. The pledge was led by Roy Even. Old business discussed included where to go for the educational trip. Places m Seattle. Tacoma. Olympia and Hurricane Ridge were suggested. The following committee was appointed to make the decision: Len Robinson. chair- man. Jerry Marcy, Ben Bi'ewer and Kay Loertseher. A committee was made up to let members know what the Builders will be doing. It includes: Lynne Stevens, Grapeview: Judy Smith. Kamilche: Bob Whitmarsh. Skokomish Valley; Dave Valley, Matlock. Sally Wolfe, Southside; Melvin Evens, Dayton. There will be recreation at the next meeting at the PUD build- ing. Kamilche is to bring refresh- ments. Plans were made to give Valen- tine treats to Bott's Nursing Home and the Allyn House. Faye Fischer was in charge of refresh- ments, The meeting was adjourn- ed by Judy Smith. --Faye Fischer, reporter "Zean, clean lines.., more room inside" Rambler "63 "Car.,. o the Year" Full room for six 6-footers,"Plenty Curved glass side windows, of headroom, legroom.", amazingly easmr entrance. The award reads, "for outstanding design achieve- ment and engineering leadership." Motor Trend ex- perts saw it in the "lean, clean lines," with "more room inside for increased comfort." Hailed Advanced Unit Construction "... will take punishment" longer ... hold resale value." In ride, performance, long-life features, they found '63 Ramblers outstanding. See the value of the year, at your Rambler dealer. American Motors--Dedicated to Excellence 233 S. First Street -- Shelton, Wash. SHELTON BOTOR CO. READER'S DIGEST SUBSCRIBERS: Check your lucky Number In Rambler's $2;000,000 "Gong P aces" Giveaway, in February ssue of Reader's Digest, page 24A. as a finalist for National Merit scholarship, After high school Jerry plans a two year pre-major course at the University of Washington while he decides definitely what he wants to make his career. Journalism. chemistry, English, dramatics and civics are his sub- jects this semester. Reading and music are his favorite hobbies. Jerry was born July 27, 1945 in Bremerton. He was nearly three years old when he moved to She]- ton. He makes his home on Hill- crest with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bartlett Parks. and an older sister, Marjorie, who is an ISR graduate. Jerry is 5'7" tall, weighs about 130 pounds and has dark hair and brown eyes. REGEIVES HONOR MISS DONNA WOLFE received a Grand Cross of Color degree at Bellingham last Saturday night. This is the highest honor that can be conferred upon a Rainbow girl by the Supreme Assembly. Miss Wolfe isafresh- man at Western State College in Bellingham. Attending the ceremony from Shelton were the Misses Gina Correa, Linda Nutt and Leslie Weston and Mr. and Mrs. Rex Umphenour. Miss Wolfe is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jess Wolfe, Shelton. Several Membership Awards Presented By Loal VFW Auxiliary Past presidents and commanders of the VFW Post and its Auxiliary were honored last Friday evening. Rosemary Crumb, "Voice of De- mocracy" winner presented her es- say and was awarded a transistor radio from the post. Sue Weaver received a 25 year continuous membership pin. Lucy Edmiston and Mary Jadin vere present to accept 20 year contin- uous membership bars. Lucille Speece received a 10 year bar. Among several members elligi- ble for 5 year continuous member- ship bars the following were pre- sent to receive them: Teckla An- derson. Bernice Jansson, Margaret McKay, Phyllis Moore, Fae Robin- son, Arlene Smith and Merle Van- derWal. The post presented the auxili- ary with a lovely 33rd anniversary cake. Sue Weaver, Americanism chair- man, was in charge of the pro- gram. GARDEN CLUB DISTRICT MEETING There Will be a Cross Sound District meeting at the Golf Club building in Port Orchard Feb. 25. Any members of the Dirt Dobber Garden ClUb wishing to attend are to be at the PUD building in Shel- ton at 8:30 a.m. Bring a sack lunch. ATTEND SEATTLE MEET Mr. and Mrs. George Cropper spent several days in Seattle this week. While there they attended a Board dinner meeting of the U of W Arboretum Foundation at the Wash. Athletic Club. Nits. Cropper is a member of the board. The meeting included husbands and wives of members. Shel-Toa Guild Has ................................................... Plans For Spring Decorating Show The regdlar meeting of the Shel- Tea Orthopedic Guild was held last Thursday evening at the home of Mrs. Joyce Halvorsen. The: guild will again present Doris Bailey of the Bamboo Shop in a spring showing of decorating ideas for Easter, baby showers, wedding showers, spring hats: birtbday parties and accessories for bridal attendants. March 4 has been selected as the dat2 for the showing to be held nt 8 p.m. at the PUD building. Tick- ets may be purchased for $1 from any gnild member, at the Bam- boo Shop or at the door. A draw- ing for a door prize will be hcl(t Coffee and cookies will be served following the show. All proceeds will be donated to the Mary Brid- ge Childrens Hospital in Tacoma. A nominating committee was appointed for selection of candida- tes for election of officers to be held in April. Final plans were made for the annual dance to be held March 23 at the Moose hall. Tickets are available through members.. A lovely decorated cake was made by the cohostess to celebrate the guild's 5th year of organiza- tion. A brief summary was read of the group's activities and pro- jects over the past 5 year's Sheltonians Honor Local Woman In Palm Springs Fete Mrs. Leona Elliott was honored Feb. 5 on the event of her 75th birthday, with a reception in Palm Springs. Her daughter and hus- band, M'r. and Mrs. Karl Faulha- her, were host and hostess for the occasion which was held at the Prairie Schooner Trailer Lodge, where Mrs. Elliott is spending the winter months. Her two sisters Mrs Elizabeth Parent, Bellevue, and Mrs. Georg- ia Lonsberry, Tacoma, presided at the birthday cake table. Shelton residents wintering m Palm Springs who helped Mrs. El- licit celebrate include Mr. and Mrs. Art Bennett, Mr. and Mrs. C, C. Cole. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Rowe, Mr. and Mrs. Matt Boone, and Mrs. Anna Runacres. Mrs. Elliott is a Mason County pioneer, having been born at Day- ton where her parents homestead- ed over half a century ago. THREE SPECIAL PROGRAMS ASSURED CONCERT MEMBERS The Mason County Community Concert Association successfully concluded its recent subscription campaign with a sizeable increase in membership, making the group at its highest level in recent years. President Andrew Beelik announ- ces three excellent programs for he 1963-64 series. In early fall Martha Sehlamme, Viennese born folk-singer, will entertain. The uni- que puppet Concertheatre "Llord's International" comes to Shelton in January, and the Paganini String Quartet, heard here several seasons ago, was on overwhelm- ing choice for the early spring third offering. Mrs. Dexter Edge of Shelton, membership chairman, and Hal Rogers. v, rho assisted her wish to thank the many workers of the area who made this effort such an outstanding success. Special mention is directed to those who generously contributed student memberships and financial aid to allow Shelton students interested in music to enjoy these excellent presentations. Simpson Timber Company, Ra- dio Station KMAS. McConkey's Pharmacy and Waterfront Realty are accorded many thanks for contributing newspaper space for advertising. Millers of Shelton provided window display room, and Sears catalogue store of Ev- ergreen Square graciously donated space for campaign headquarters. Georgine Reed Guild Meeting The February meeting of the Georgine Reed Orthopedic Guild was held at the Colonial House last Friday. Mrs. H. E. Grant and Mrs. Alden Bayley were hostesses for the luncheon which preceded the business meeting. Mrs. Carl Macke. an inactive member of the guild, now living in Oswego, Oregon, was a guest. Mrs. Edwin Lovell, president, an- nounced that Mrs. James H. Gilli- land would be the Guild's Penny Drive chairman for this year. An afternoon of bridge followed the business meeting. VFW Members Are Reminded of Dues Commander Merve Smith of the VFW Post 1694 would like to re- mind all deliquent members that the month of February is Re-En- try Month. Anyone wishing to be reinstated may do so by merely paying his 196 dues. If you are interested please call Larry God- win, Quartermaster, at 426-4386 before March 1. The next regular meeting of the Post will be held March 1. A Dis- trict 5 meeting will be held in Ho- quiam March 2. Golden Age Club Has New Members Members of the Golden Age Club will meet for a 6 p.m. pot- luck dinner next Thursday at the Memorial hall. Two new members, Mr, and Mrs. Julian, were presented at the last meeting which was attend- ed by about 65 members and two visitors. The weekly rummage sale has been postponed until a new loca- tion is available. WHAT'S OOOEl00G IN WHOSE i Recipe Favorites 0fCounty LORRAINE WHITE'S recipe for Hamburger-Bean one that will be enjoyed winter and summer. It is an dish and can be made in record time. A combination of two of our most common foods, hamburger and pork and beans, make up the basic ingredients of Lorraine White's recipe for hamburger-bean dish. This is a wonderful dish for camping or picnicking but it should not be overlooked for win- ter meals as well. Working wives and busy mothers will appreciate the short cooking time that gives such delicious results. Lorraine's husband, Charles. is the breakfast chef at the White household. Pancakes are his spec- ialty, He has tried all kinds of ex- perimental variations with some very tasty results. The Whitc's have two girls and one boy, Diane 14, Sharon 15, and Dale 10, SALVATION ARMY TRUCK The Salvation Army truck wilt be in town next Tuesday. For pickups call 426-6564 or leave articles on the porch at 325 Nc,. 5th streeet. Bowling is one hobbies. She has taking piano joying learning own entertainment. also a recent spare she has ae( She is ex still life but if she to taelde 1 to leave her living dows of the ' ]ite'a Olympic highway beautiful view of Hambur( Saute until fat: One medium Add and broWlX: hamburger. Add: One 2 mid beans. One 8-oz. can Three Tbsp. Salt and pepper Cover and simr ;:=;::., '51 ;: A METER O00N'T The True Value of f ELECTRICITY The electric meter. as accurate and pre- cise as man can make. measures the amount of electricity you use each month, But even this accu- rate instrument can't measure the real val- ue of electricity--the family pleasure from TV, radio, record play- er . . . the work-sav- ng electric washer & ryer .... the kitchen clean-up team of elec- tric dishwasher and waste disposal . . , the convenience of the food freezer and re- frigerator . . . the marvels of electric air conditioning and elec- tric heat. Nothing you buy does more to bring comfort, convenience and better living than y o u r electric service, a bargain you'll de- pend on every day of the year. LIVE BETTER ELECTRI( MASON COUNTY P=U.D. JACK COLE, president; TOM WEBB vice ED TAYLOR, secretary JERRY