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March 7, 1963

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Page 2 i EVERGREEN ELEMENTARY ART EXHIBIT AT PTA SPAGHETTi DINNER HELD DINERS AT THE EVERGFIEEN PTA spaghetti dinner last Thursday were in for a special treat-- in addition to the food. A special art exhibit from the paint brushes Of the Evergreen studentsJined the hails. In the above photo four of Mrs. La- Mont's 4th graders take a look at the pictures from their room. From left to right they are Todd Looney, Martin Leburg, Judith Laugen and Suzanne Gibson. Each room chose its own sub, ject and form of art. Among the pictures, which were hung by mothers of Evergreen students for SCHOOL MENU WEEK OF MARCH 11-15 Monday -- Wiener wink, pota- to chips, fruit salad, hot cin- namon rolls, milk. Tuesday -- Barbecued burger on a bun, macaroni salad, car- rot sticks, fruit jello, cookie, milk Wednesday -- Chili con came, vegetable wedges, peanut but- ter andwich, apple or peach cobbler, milk. Thursday Creamed turkey on fluffy rice, vegetable salad. hot light rolls, fruit, milk. Friday  Tuna fish and noo- dles, snap green beans, hot buttered biscuits, nibbles sin-- prise, ice cream bar, milk. Supplement your child's diet with Plenamins from Prepp's exall 133 RR. Phone 426-4642 TtELTON--MA0N COUNTY JOURNAL- Published in 'TTwistatow,n, U.g.A.", 9helton. Washington i i I I I I I ENTERTAINS DINERS LAST THURSDAY NIGHT the occasion, were examples of straw blowing, finger painting and egg shell art. Subjects chos- en ranged from'Pioneers to Postmen and in- luded such exotic ideas as Playing with Colars, ariety,.'and Mexico. rThe pieces of art w0rk in the above photo were dane by straw blow rig and each carried a title girVen by. the artist; .such as M ixe 'up Butterfly,C;razy Go'it, scrambled Eggs, The Crazy Horse, Sunset Lover The Big Splat- ter and Mashed Potatoes, to name a few; Salty Sashayers' Dance Saturday Ben Forbes of Port Orchard will be the caller for the Salty Sashay- er's square dance this Saturday night at the Melhorial hall. Danc- ing will begin at 8:30 p/m. follow- ed by an 11:30 p.m. potluck suP- per Mr, and Mrs. Clarence Grunert and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Lemon will be hosts for the evening. Anyone interested in watching the dancing is cordially invited to attend. The Monday night dance les- son class will be joined March 18 by a beginners class from Olympia. Marriage Licenses Applying for marriage licenses at the Mason County auditor's of- fice this past week were: John R. Spencer, 20, Fort Lew- s; and 14atricia Ann Archer, 19, heiton. Hat R. Siel, 53, Bremerton, and Helen E. Mills. 53, Bremerton. John Straasburg, 35, Port Or- chard and Betty MacMillan. 29, Port Orchard. Phill A Skinner, 19, prt Lewis and Alia Dorey, 16, Shelton. By The S A V E IOth Savings made by February I O will earn interest from February I SAVE AND SERVE YOURSELF YOUR SAVINGS at current almual rates DIVIDENDS AT 4100% @ EARN compounded four times annually Shelton Branch Thurston County Federal Savings & Loan Association SEPTEMBER 7 NUPTIAL DATE SET ANNOUNCEMENT ias been made of the engagement of Miss Sharon L. Carmody, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert F. Car- mody of Sparks, New to A/2c Antone V. Bisser, son of Mr. and Mrs. Victor Bisser of Shel- ton. Miss Carmody is a gradu- ate of Sparks high school and of the Idaho State College De- partment of Nursing. She is currently employed at the Wa- shoe Medical Center in Reno, Nev. Mr. Bisser is a graduate of Irene S. Reed high school and is now with the United States Air Force stationed at Schilling AFB, Salina, Kans. A Sept. 7 wedding is planned. It's A Date Today, Thursday, March 7 Rotary Club luncheon, noon, Ming Tree Cafe. Navy Mothers Club. 7:30 p.m., Memorial Hall. Hood Canal Garden Club, 11 a. m., Lilliwaup Community club- house. Class of 1948 reunion planning meeting, 8 p.m., home of Dan Davidson. Daughters of Pioneers of Wash- ington, 1:30 p.m., home of Rose Fredson. 40 & 8 Vulture 135 monthly Pro- menade, dinner 7 p.m.. ShelLon Hotel, Prom 8 p.m. Vets Club. Friday, March 8 SEY potluck dinnez'. 6 p.m., ehm:ch bsement. Eagles Auxiliary rummage sale, 9 a,m. -'5:30 p.m., PUD building. Saturday, March 9 FOE card party, 8 p.m., airport hall. Eagles Auxiliary rummage sale, 9 a.rn. to 5:30 p.n,, PUD iuilding. LDS church baked food sale, 10 a.m., Miller's Dept. Store: Drivers license examiner, 10 a. m. to 5:00 p,m., police station. Salty Sashayers Square Dance Club, 8:30 p.m., Merrorial hall. Mr. lorlah Masonic Lodge stat- ed communication, 8 p.m., Mason- ic Temple. Sunday, March 10 Shelton churches invite you to attend the church of your choice. Monday, March 11 County commissions meeting, 10 a,m., courthouse. Vicki Lee Orthopedic Auxiliary, 7:30 p,m., home of Mrs. Don tuna, Coin Club, 7:30 p.m., PUD build- ing. Tuesday, March 12 4-H Leaders Council meets, 8 p.m.. extension office. WSNA meeting, 7:30 p.m., home of Margaret Furman. Kiwanis Club luncheon, noon, Memorial Hall. City Commission's meeting, 2 p.m., city hall. School board-meeting, 8 p.m,, Evergreen school. Dirt Dubbers Garden Club. 10 a.m., home of lYrs, Laurel Wes- ton. School board and Hartstene Is- land bridge bond special election in all Mason County precincts, polls open 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Wednesday, March 13 Drivers license examiner, 10 a,m. to 5 p.m., police station. hureday, Marh" , Golden Age Club birthday din- Accounts Insured to $10,000.00 by the F.S.L.I.C. 9 A.M.  4 P.M. Monday thru Thursday 10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Fridays Home Office Branch Office 5th & Capitol Way i 313 Railroad Ave. Olympia, Wash. Shelton, Wash. SAFE DEPOSIT BQXE ? Private, Confidential, Eoonomig,al .............. . ............... ! What's Doing Among Our SERVICEMEN | u ================================ Armond R. Tuberg, interior communications electrician first class. USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Arm(,n N Tuberg, Union, is serv- ing aboard the submarine USS Plunger. which has joined the Pa- cific Fleet as an element of its mmlear-powered mdersea striking J(JrCe: Panl V. Rossmeier, aviation struc- tm'al mechanic third class. USN. son of Mr. and Mrs. Ludwig ILoss- meier. Matlock. is sel:ving with Attack Squadron 192, which re- turned to San Diego, Calif.. on Feb. 11, after spending seven months in the Fat' East. David L. Kelley, airman. USN, son of Mr. ahd Mrs. Archie L. KeN [ey, Matlock,is'serving aboard the gupport aircraft carrier USS Lex- ington, homeportd in Pensacola, Fla., and operating in the Golf of Mexico. Michael K. Smith. Belfair. has been promoted to airman second class in the United States Air Force. "A'irman smith, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles K. Smith. BeN fail', is assigned to the 4641st Sup- port Squadron as a radar operator at Beale AFB Calif. Staff Sergeant Wayne A. Tidy- man of Shelton, Wash., has gradu- ated from the Noncommissioned Officer Preparatory School here at sheppard AFB Texas. Sergeant Tidyman received the Comnandant's Trophy in recogni- tion of his demonstrated excepti- onal leadership ability and out- standing qualities desired of a non- cOmmisSioned officer. A graduate of Irene S. Reed High School, the sergeant is mar- ried to theformer Mary L. Ander- son of Shelton. He is the son of &lvin L. Tidyman, Rt. 3 Shelton. Airman Second Class Glen E. Fourre, son of Mrs. Emma E. Beall Hoodsport, is being reassigned to Biggs AFB, Tex., following his graduation from the United States Air Force technical training cour- se for air traffic controllers at Kessler AFB, Miss. Airman Fourre was trained in the proper control of airport traf- fic and air approach and air route t#affic. P. W. Collett HM3, is serving aboard the U.S,S. Lexington (cvs16), Pensacola, Fla. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon L. LaMarsh, Shelton. The navy and marine pilot ca- dets take their final training, of landing their plane on the car- rier. The ship also is available to lend aid to people in disaster areas in the Southern Gulf waters. They are presently in New Or- leans and Texas and will soon be back to home base. Pensacola. GUARD PROMOTION M/Sgt. Kenneth M. Rose, Unit Administrator for Shelton. Nation- al guard unit announced several promotions made recently. They included James R. Clifton to Staff Sgt.; Harold G. Demmon and Stanley C. Morker to Sgt. E5; Clarence E. Brown. Dale C. Hall, Robert Jacobson and Angus L. tester to Sp. 4 and Denny J. Law- son. Michael McLain and Henry C. Rose to Pfc. NEW ARRIVALS Shelton General Hospital Mr. and Mrs. Tom VanSlyke, :Box 764 Allyn, a girl. Feb. 27. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph McNish, Box 355)Quilcene, a girl. March 5 net, 12 noon, Memoz4al Hall. Madrona. Barracks, eterans of WWI meeting, 8 p.m., Memorial Hall. Rotary Club luncheon, noon, Iing Tree C(ffe. HOOD CANAL COUPLE TO BE THE American Parade of CENTER OF A:TTENTION SUNDAY Music Program Hehl By B-Sharp O[ub The B Sharp Junior Music club whieh is affiliated with the State and National Federation Club held its Ameriean Parade of Music program at the Evergreen school with its councilor Mrs. Harry Car- lon. "I Love the USA" was chosen for the theme. The group sang "The Star Spangled Banner". and "America the Beautiful" A piano solo. "Poor Wandering One" by Gilbert and Sullivan. was played by Cinda Watson. Cynthia Rice sang Stephen Foster's "Beau- tiful Dreamer" SLephen Foster's "Jeanne "With The Light Br.own Hair" was pre- sented at the piano by Margie Tylezak. "Washington My Home" by Helen Davis was mmg by the club members. Yonz' National Guard. orginally called "militia" took its present name to honor Lafayette, French Garde Nationale chief, Thursday, Ma $ TAT E Life Insurance Company Home Office: Bloomingt0nj MR. AND MRS. WILLIAM H. GILBERT will be the center of at- tention from 2-5 p.m. this Sunday at the Hood Canal Woman's clubhouse in Potlatch. The Gilberts are being honored on the occasion of their 50th wedding anniversary by their daughter and son, Mrs. Sam Hansen, Shelton, and Dean Gilbert, Spokane. Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert were married March 8, 1913 in Olympia. She is the former Cecil Hunter, daughter of pioneer W. A. Hunter. She came to Mason County when she was two years old and has spent much of her life here. Mr. Gilbert was born in Ashland, Ore., where he lived until he moved to Seattle at the age of 13. After their wedding the Gilberts settled in Seattle where he worked as a chauffeur for 28 years. Following his retirement in 1940 they mov. ed to Hoodsport where they have spent the remaining years. The Gilberts have five grandchildren. Their son and daughter extend a cordial invitation to all of the couple's friends and relatives to join them in celebrating the event of their 50th wedding anniver- sary this Sunday. ESA Members To Attend Utile Theatre Production In Tacoma Members of Epsilon Sigma Al- pha. Beta Zeta Chapter will go to Tacoma next Wednesday to at- tgnd the Little Theatre Produc- tmn of "Picnic". Mrs. Robert Set- bert. social chairman, s making the plans for Beta Zeta's annual night out for cultm'e. A Valentine party was held for members and husbands at the home of Mrs. Bob Wolden Feb. 15. All took part in the box social and games. A few of the more pliant tried the Limbo. A business and educational meeting was held at the home ot Mrs. Ed Dunbar Feb 25 with Mrs Robert Seibert acting as co-hos- tess. Mrs Dick Holland. welfare chairman, reported on plans for Beta Zeta's desire to suggest Re- tarded Children as a state welfare project. A donation was sent to Faith Home. ESA's present state project. Mrs. Glenn Sowers. ways ana means chairman, selected a eom- mittee to serve dinner to the Golf Club's 19th Hole Organization Feb. 28. Educational chairman, Mrs. Ed Dunbar presented an in- teresting program on making wall plaques. The next regular business meet- lng will be held March 25 at t.e home of Mrs. Bill Kimbel. QUALITY Used Cars and Trucks '61 HILLMAN 4-door -- 12,000 actual '59 RAMBLER Ambassador, 4-door, '57 CHEVROLET Belair, 4-door wagon WE-NEED USED CARS COME IN NOW 1963 CHRYSLER -- PLYMOUTH -- VALI 5 YEAR -- 50,000 MILE WARRANTY ,, 6-wheel Gab and Chassis '57 INTERNATIONAL VF-200 - V549 e! 5-speed main and 4-speed auxiliary tr a 36,000 66 Bogie -- Completely Reconditi DATE CHANGED FOR COIN CLUB MEETING The Coin Club will meet at 7:30 p.m. next Monday at the PUD building instead of March 18 as planned. There will be a speaker. Refreshments will be served. All coin collectors and enthusi- asts are invited to attend. Incredible as it sounds, about thirty million Americans now en- gage in sports fishing. We have several older USED CARS and PICKUPS IN ST0 EASY TERMS! KIHBEL MOTORS, CHRYSLER -- PLYMOUTH -- VALIANT INTERNATIONAL TRUCKS CRAZY ERIC'S PIZZA RAHA 8" COMBINATION PIZZA DIVORCES GRANTED Two divorces were granted in Mason County Superior Court on Friday. They were Roberta Dick- ison from Rodney Dickison. ano Igeverly Phillips from Robert Phil- lips. Six of our Presidents served as National Guardsmen They were George Washington, Abraham Lin- coln, Andrew Jackson. Chester Arthur, Theodore Roosevelt and Harry Truman. LADLES! Your Husband Is Wo, th 20" a & WILL WEI6HHIM The-Hoof To Us/ EELLS and VALLEY and pay you 20 cents a pound for your hus- band in trade on the purchase of this... 20 CU. FT. 686-LB. CAPACITY HOTPOINT FREEZER All husbands are wor.th 20 cents a pound . . . tall husbands, short husbands, fat husbands, skinny husbands. If you have a 300-pound husband, just thinkhe is worth $60. We will weigh tim . . . and we'll give him back also. Yes, ladies, your husband is really worth money now. In fact, we doubt if the price of husbands will ever be higher, BRING HIM INTO EELLS & VALLEY APPLIANCE CENTER TO- DbY and make him pay off at his full weight in the equivalent of gold. 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