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February 28, 1963

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28, 1963 SHELTONJMASON COUNTY JOURNAL- Published in "Chr{stmastmvn, U.S.A.", MARCH $ ZERO HOUR 9:30 A.M. tVIILLER'S MILLER'S00 onn together in bringing mass buying power and great savings in ENERAL ELECTRIC APPLIANCES, TELEVISION and STEREO SETS to MASON and IHURSTON COUNTIES and, the OLYMPIC PENINSULA Edw. ’. Dorn, veteran Olympia Q.E. Appliance Supervisor, has bought 3 CARLOADS OF G.E. EQUiPMENT to be divided between the Shelton and Olympia stores. Making Possible The REATEST SAVINGS FOR THRIFTY SHOPPERS IN MILLER'S HISTORY POLIcy will continue to be followed from March 1  MILLER--S APPLIANCE prices will match any competi- need to travel to the big cities or shop at discount tion, offering in addition factory-trained service and im- any longer. It mediate delivery. 0 EASY G.E.G.G. TERMS ALSO AVAILABLE O Reg Brown, Shelton Miller's Appliance Manager, and "Ski", w ill be on the floor to help you in your selections! G.E. ELEOTRIG RANGE • 30-inch, all Cal-Rod units • Push button switches • Removable oven door for easy cleaning. • No drip cook top ,148o 0  12.5 cu. ft. capacity G.E. UPRIGHT FREEZER $188 Place setting MOBILMAID ! G.E. REFRIGERATOR • 11.8 cu. ft. capacity • 2 adjustable cabinet shelves • Dial defrost convenience • Butter compartment • Magic corner hinges • 5-year protection plan '18800  Deluxe G.E. Filter-Flo WASHER -- s234° w/t G.E. WASHER • 12-1bs capacity • G.E Filter-Flo • 3 water temperatures • 2 cycles • One year warranty on all parts and labor '1999s 0 G.E. TELEVISION • Portable • 19-inch daylight blue picture tube • Top Tuning • 5-year warranty • Precision-etched circuitry. '1599s Shelton, Page 9 Southside PTO To Have Heeting On Harch 4 By Mrs. Ray Kratcha RemiP.der of the Southside P.T. O mecs on March 4 and will show pictures of the May Day program. Southside Eagles 4-H club mem- bers are meeting at Mrs Donald Wilson today for a project meet- ing and to practice on their skit for Rally Day. Southside Homemakers club met at Veta Holtorf's last Tuesday and modeled the dresses they made in there sewing classes. The mem- bers discussed plans on the bake sale that is coming up in the near future and also discussed the clo- set planning at Martha Woods. Bell Riders Saddle club meets this Friday at Jerry Boeck at Hoodsport Friendship club meets at the home of Elsie Buining on March 6 to continue the work on the quilt they have started. The last meeting was helc at Alice Stots- berry. SOUTHSIDE Bachelor 4-H club met at their leader Mary Wetter's Feb. 18. The club will meet Mon- days instead of Tuesdays. All the members of the 4-H club worked on their demonstrations. Mrs. Bob Herrick baked a beautiful Valen- tine cake for the 4-H club. Southside Bachelors met at Bill and Dick Tibbets on Feb 25 and practiced their skit for Rally Day and also planned a menu. Refresh- ments were erved by Bill and Dick Tibbets Skookum Ladies club met at the home of Mrs Francis Allen last Thursday. Those all attending were Grace Collins. Mrs. Frank Bishop, Mrs Clyde Wells, Mrs. James Shrum, Mrs. Manette Moore and girls, Mrs. VivJan Marcy, Mrs. Helen Stansbury, Mrs. A1 Lord, Mrs. Mattson, M. Blanche Leege, Mrs. Ruth Wallin, Mrs. Cleo Adams and hostess Mrs. FranCis Allen. The ,roup of ladies enjoyed visiting and were served cake, ice cream and coffee. The next meeting of the club will be held at Grace Collins of Little Skookum. LIVE WIRES 4-H club members met in the home of their leader Mrs. Betty Wolf, to discuss their demonstrations and Rally Day and also figured out their skit fox" Ral- ly Day. The club members contin- ued on their knitLing at the meet- ing and learned a new stitch in knitting. SMly Wolf se-ved re- freshments. The next meeting will be held at Linda Rains March 7. Mill Creek What Nots 4-H club members held their meeting at Marve Simpson Feb. 20, with the roll call given and the minutes read. The 4-H club members have a bake sale coming up in the near future and also have a skating I party planned tor in March, The club discussed heir sldt for Rally Day. Mrs. Simpson served refresh- nents a,l the mcetin.. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Kratcha last Saturday evening visited Mr, and Mrs. Georg Plews NOTICE We are again offering the service of issuing Sealtle-Firsi National Bank PERSONAL UONEY ORDERS Please Call At Our CASHIER DEPARTMENT for this convenient service - NOW KNOWN AS Miiier's f Shelton SLEEP SLEEP SLEEP WAKE UP FULLY RESTED QUALITY BEDDING Inner Spring or Latex Foam AT THE BEDDING HEADQUARTERS Furniture Dept. - 2rid Floor __  NOW KNOWN AS Miller's of Shelton NEW SPRING DRESSES In a variety of GAY PRINTS and SOLID COLORS In NEW STYLES and NEW FABRICS ENCHANTIHQ NEW SPRING STYLES that adapt readily to DAY OR EVENING WEAR JUNIOR SIZES 5 to 15 "Amy Deb" REGULARS 8 to 20 "Sherwood" HALF SIZES 12V.2 to 241/2 '129s NOW Known As Miller's of Shelton - --  Now Miller's of Shelton