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Page 12 SHELTON--MASON COUNTY JOURNAL- Published in "Ohristmastown, U.KA.", Shelton, Washington Thursday, Dessert Luncheon For Canal Garden Club Learning About Birds Homemakers Club NextThu sday fi rd n Cl b P og T.ere ,,,ill ,e a 12 noon dessert r a e u r ram hmcheon meeting of the Hillcrest The Hood Canal Garden Club Tile Shelton Garden Club met 13omemakers Club next YVednes- day at the home of Mrs. Grace will meet at 11 a.m. next Thurs- Feb. 18 in the home of Mrs. Marie day at the Lilliwaup Community Almaden.the ConservationPlans wereluncheonCOmpleted.to Wells. Thursday 8 members of the elublouse for a potluck hmcheon] fr Last be held March 18 at the Colonial club visited Legislatm'e in Olym- meeting. Hostesses will be Mes- House. The Forest Festival roy- pia. dames Lester Ager, Nick Sceva, city will be guests for this event.  Josie Peterson and Allie tobinson. I ArTangements tire being complet- Slides showing the landscaping ied by NIrs. H. A. Hansmeier and at the Hood Canal Junior high i Mrs. Isaac Jeffery. school will be shown. Mrs. Almaden led the program .................................. and discussion on "Let's Know I f tor e ii Our Birds' and played o most in WCTU To Observe teresting recording of songs by ihbe World Day of Prayer wnd birds in their natm'al habitat. i 00.oMarch9 II frthWrld'sDayfPrayerMrsWIteMarbIewre-hs- the Woman's Christian Temper- tesses. + aneo,nio,,will meet today at the Off-i ..... i ................ By homeofrs.W.H. Snelgrovebe- i Vi it lton Valley i[ ginning with a 1 p.m. potluck ' C a s s i., luncheon. E gl D ty I (r_a.ge ]a|l II The program subject will be a es epu "Knowledge Increaseth Strength". Eagles District Deputy, Mrs. Interested women are invited. Lloyd Lewis has been making her official visits. She made one at Chehalis last Wednesday. Attend- WON'T TALIt, wew= m ter Dorset, Herman Lorenzen and Louis Herzog. Another inspirati- onal talk by the State president, Inez Rhodes, was heard. Other visitations by the Deputy include Seattle No. 1, Centralia, Elma, Olympia and Tenino. Meeting Friday For VFW Auxiliary The next regular business meet- ing of the Ladies Auxiliary to the Veterans of Foreign Wars will be held at 8 p.m. Friday in the Me- morial building. A 5th district meeting will be held Saturday in Hoquiam. Memo- rial services will be conducted. President Evelyn Seeley of Olym- pia urges a large attendance as department officers will be there. NAVY MOTHERS CLUB NE)(T THURSDAY The next regular meeting of the Navy Mothers Club will be held next Thursday at 7:30 p.m. at the Memorial hall. There will be a baby shower fol- lowing the meeting. Hostesses will be Mrs. Glenn Chase and Mrs. A. Underwood. STUDENTS HONORED Joan Bayley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Phil Bayley, Shelton, was among the University of Oregon freshmen women invited to the annual "Smarty Party", for fresh- men women who had the highest grades in the class during the first term of college. This cantankerou citizen, refusing to talk until he has some- CARD PARTY SATURDAY body to talk to, sits beside the phone awaiting a long distance FOR S K OKOMISH CLU B call from his granddaughter. Have you called a lonely loved one The S kokomish Community Club lately? How about this evening, after six, when long dis- (A)) willpartySpOnsorthis SaturdayitS neXtevenmgpinochleatCardthe tance rates are evenlower? PACIFIC NORTHWEST BELL  Community hall. Card playing will begin at 8:15 p.m. The public is welcome. SHEL-TOA GUILD TO PRESENT CHLOE SCOLES ('left) and Lorna Joslin (right) model hats which will be on display at the ='Spring Showers" show to be presented by Doris Bailey (center) at 8 p.m. next Monday in the PUD building. The SheI-Toa Guild of the Ta- coma Orthopedic Assoc., will sponsor the show which will include many types of home and party decorating ideas such as spring flower Local Eagles Attend District Meeting Members of the local Eagles Aerie and Auxiliary Who attended the District meeting inCentralia  last Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Lewis, Mr. and Mrs. Her- man Lorenzen, Mr. and Mrs. Al- bert Lord, Mr. and lVrrs. Louis Herzog, Mr. and Mrs: tester Dor- seLL, Earl Leggett and Mrs. Ten- na Stockwell. The men brought home the traveling trophy. SRA Pinochle Club Meets Next Monday There will be a meeting of the SRA Pinochle Club at 8 p.m. Mon- day at the Memorial hall. At the last meeting Lueille Speece held high score for women and Cord Drake. 2nd high. Val Sienko was high for men with Louis Herzog, 2rid. Paul Case and Leonne Miller held 1000 aces. Double pinochle went to Marge Wilson and Tenna Stockwell. CAKE BAKE SALE The Patrick T. Orthopedic Guild will sponsor a Cake' Bake Sale this Saturday. A variety of cakes will be offered for sale at 20th Century Thriftway store on Hill- crest and a downtown location. t LiVElY NEWS... FAtCON 60FS Choose from 16 models! Now you can get America's favorite compact--teamed with a lively new V-8. Choose from sixteen models-- sedans, hardtops, convertibles, wagons, exciting new Falcon Sprints--add V-8* --and learn just how much fun driv- ing can be. V-8 powered Falcon Sprints made a dramatic debut in Europe--sweeping their class fn the gruelling 2,500-mile Monte Carlo Rallye. Judge Falcon's championship per- formance for yourself--test-drive a lively new Falcon V-8 todayl *V-8 engine is standard in Falcon Sprints, optional tn other Pal-cons including station wagon's. Not available in Falcon Station Bus and Club Wagons. America's liveliest, most care-free cars I FORD Falcon Fairlane, Ford Thunderbird FALCON FUTURA HARDTOP [OR 60 YEARS THE SYMBOL OF DIPENDABLE PRODUCTS @D tMOTOR COMPANY JIM PAULEY, IND. 501 Railroad Ave. "SPRING SHOWERS" arrangements, baby and bridal showers, spring hats, accessories for bridal attendants, as well as Easter and other holiday ideas. There will be a drawing ford door prize. Coffee and cookies will be served. Tickets are available from mem- bers or at. the Bamboo Shop or may be pur- chased at the door. All proceeds will go to the Mary Bridge Children's hospital in Tacoma. High Shool Spotlight * MARY TOBLER spent 2t/2 of her high school years in Japan where she had an opportunity to see some of the country and study the customs of the fascinating people. After high school she wants to become an airline stewardess and see some more of the world. :Mary Tobler has already seen ing people of that land. She re- more of the world than many of ports the weather there much the her classmates at Irene S. Reed same as ours with the exception high school will ever have the that they have more snow. opportunity to see. Even so, she is Fortunately Mary has had no 4-H Leaders Council Sels Demonstration, Rally Day Dates Plans for 4-H Rally Day were presented at the February meet- ing of the 4-H Mason County Leaders Council. Rally Day will be held at the Mt. View School March 9 starling at 4 p.m. Each club is to make place mar- keys for its own table. They will also bring their own potluck sup- er, dishes, silver and clips. Cof- fee and Kool-aid will be furnished by the Leaders' eomcil. Each group is asked to have a skit prepared. The election of the Fai{' queen will be held before dinner. A tentative date of April 20 was set for Demonstration Day. Dinner And Art Show Tonight At Evergreen The Evergreen PTA is sponsor- ins a spaghetti dinner and student art exhibit from 5:30-7 p.m. to- night at the school. Charge for adults is $1, child- ren 50 cents. Family tickets may be purchased for $3.50. The pub- lic is invited to attend. LUNCHEON DATE FOI OES SOCIAL CLUB Welcome Chapter No. 40 DES Social Club will meet for a noon luncheon next Tuesday at the home of Mrs. B. N. Collier at Ar- cadia Point. Cars will leave the Masonic temple at 11:30 a.m. ROCKHOUNDS WILL MEET THIS EVENING The regular meeting of the Shelton Rock and Mineral Chlb will be held at 7:30 p.m. tonight at the PUD auditorium. TO C CHAIN ENDS FARM WOODCl. Converts drive in 9 minutes Ideal for 0rd wood, [posts, land clearin[ mS, etc. Cuts flush with the ONLY for direct HA P A DEMONSTRATION Saeger Motor On Hillcrest We Service What ,i S A V E Savings made by February 1O will earn interest from February I SAVE AND SERVE YOURSELF YOUR SAVINGS at current almual EARN DIVIDENDS AT making plans to see more of it in the future. Mary was born October 13, 1945 in Fort Bragg, N.C She attended grade schools in Ohio and Calif- ornia.. The first part of her 8in grade was spent at the Shelton Junior high school. Following that she spent 2/fi of the most'interest- ing years of her young life in Japan where she attended a com- bined junior and senior high school of 300 students. The Tobler family lived in Nor- thern Honchu where Mary's fa- ther was stationed. These were interesting years for Mary. She had a chance to see much of the country and become acquainted with the Customs of the fascinat- Five From .Area On Olympic JC Honor Roll Five students from the Shelton area have been named to the fall quarter honor roll at Olympic Col- lege of Bremerton. The 284-name list includes 84 who earned pre- sident's list honors. To make the president's list it is necessary to earn a 3.5 grade point average over 15 or more credit hours. Re- gular honor roll requirements in- clude a 3.0 average in at least 12 credit hours. Those from Shelton area on the president's list are: peter Bueehet and Kay DeMiero. Those from the Shelton area on the regular honor roll are: Victor Bailey, Dean Dewell and Sharon Townsend. RAINBOW GIRLS RUMMAGE SALE Rainbow Girls will held a Rum- mage sale this Saturday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. at the PUD build- ing. A large Selection of articles to choose from includes records, a carpet sweeper, dresses, coats, lingerie, shoes and children's cloth- ing among other items. A bake sale has been planned for March 9 from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. at the 20th Century Thriftway. OES SOCIAL CLUB POTLUCK LUNCHEON Ellionor Chapter DES Social Club will meet for a 12 noon pot- luck luncheon next Monday at the home of Mrs. Pete Borg in Pot- latch. trouble with her credits in spite of moving around. In Japan there were not as many subjects offered. but all of the credits she earned there were acceptable here. Calif- ornia, she says, offered more va- riety in subjects, but she thinks Shelton has better teacllers. Her subjects this year include advanced sewing, civics, senior choir, shorthand, literature and office. Mary hasn't been here long enough to become active in organ- izational work. Her main hobby is sewing. After high school she plans to attend WSU in preparation for becoming an airline hostess when she is old enough so she can get back to the business of seeing some more of the world. Mary is the daughter of Mr. a'nd Mrs. Jess Tobler. She has an old- er brother and an older sister. Her younger brother. Bill is now 15. Mary is 5'2/" tall, has dark hair and brown eyes. compounded four times annually Shelton Branch Thurston Savings & Loan Accounts Insured to $10,000.00 by the 9 A.M. -- 4 P.M. Monday thru Thursday 10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Fridays Home Office Branch 5th & Capitol Way 313 Railroad Olympia, Wash. Shelton, SAE DEPOSIT BOXES Private, Confidential, I'M L(.)(.)KING F I00,000 SAFE DRIVE to tell them about LOWER AUTO INSURANCE CALL YOUR x MAN FROM NORTHW DIOK ANGLE ..... HERB Angle Agency 4th & RAILROAD A PHON