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Page 2 SI-I'ELTON--MA0N C0UN'TY JOURA- Published in "Chrfstmaston, U.S.A.", helton, Washington Thursday, MarCia: ty Studies ,CHAMBER noGanu Fore/.. MISS STEELE IS MARCH BRIDE Chr,stmas" Tree Moose Lodge Makes _,: Problem Of . (continued from page 1) .' ,,m .. Plans For Easter e'f/ [i ! . Pine. He added that no decision   ! Sidewalk :Repair has yet been made on where the .qfnndnf To 00r0wers Have Egg Hunt m y b/h The city ordinance on the instal- L.M.'s nexyoffme headquarte_'s wl!l q" wl,w v, w v / Miss Sharon Kay _ s , = Preliminary plans for the an- /  m  lation of sidewalks would not e^esta.'.m..n.ea..2ut.n,e nPe(' umy .,. ,, I Steele was the Annttllhlgg,ltll#m| nual Moose Lodge Easter Egg I /llnn'fl apply ill getting a property owner w,u,, rt, ma.m .,=,,,. - ... |mdlm = ] March 2 bride of =llll|llU|J[Vllll|, Hunt were made at a meeting o]:  ] lFIl| ":i to repair his sidewalk but there wnamDer 'resmem: Jonn W. V ][ [ Mr. Gary L. Dot-  officers of the loage this weeK. I' "u, m:i is a state law which applies, City Bennett pontedsoU/ehthd?vtisRanY; s ] son, son of Mr. Christmas tree growers from The event is sponsored by the |,d[iih _l Attozmey John Ragan told the city mr's ulymp c re .a " The Woman's Society of Chris- ! and Mrs. Earl E. Washington, Oregon, Idaho and local Moose Lodge Easter Sunday &\\;llllSU|||| V| commission Tuesday. completed a large new shop.-stor- tian 5ervice of the First Methodist Dotson of Mr- British Columbia flocked over with financial assistance from lo- Ragas had been asked to check on the law after City Supervisor Pat Byrne presented to the com- mission last week a list of side- walks which are in need of repair. Final passage was given a city ordinance increasing the amonnt allowed a person serving out a fine in jail from $3 to $6 a day. The commission anLhorized an appraisal of city property for in- surance purposes. Jerry Samples and Glenn Correa appeared to ask the city about re- newing the Public Utility District No. 3 franchise which has expired. BUILDING PERMITS Building permits were approved by the Mason County Commission Monday for Maurice L. Minor, wood residence, $1,200; Public Util- ity District No. 1, office and resi- dence, $70,000; George Neal, car- port, $300 and W. A. Clayton, wood residence, $1,000. Profound sincerity is the only basis of talent as of chaz-acter.-- Ralph Waldo Emerson. n NEW BLUE OX THURS. - FRI. - SAT. Opens 6:45 MAT. SAT - 1 p.m. age building and added a $4,800 monthly payroll in additional labor force in recent months. BENNETT ALSO announced the granting of a 3-month lea.ve of absence to Chamber secretary :' manager Phil Murphy with his place to be taken during that time by Ed Faubert, a former Chamber secretary of many years. Phil Bayley and Buck Price pointed out some of the benefits the Shelton golf course brings to the community thvough greens fees paid by visiting golfers from surrounding, communities. Geens fees amount to some $8,000 to $10,000 a year although net all this is paid by out-of-town golfers. Chairman Jim Pauley ('f the She!ton Port Commission said his group has made further improve- ments recently to the water-acres3 facilities at Arcadia Point and boat moorage facilities at the city dock. Commendatory comment on the Chambers Christmas-t r e e s-f o r Corgresswomen was another pro- gram highlight and was climaxed by presentation to Fred Peste of a collection of letters of apprecia- tion, pictures and clippings from the Christmas tree recipients. Peste ha fuznished the trees for this program for several years through the Douglas Fir Christ- mas Tree Company which he oms At the conclusion of the meet- ing remarks were rampant that the "program", unplanned as it was, turned out to be one of the most interesting the Chamber has held in a longtime. Church and the Rotary Club will co-host a group of foreign students from the University of Washing- ton. These students are on 'a friendship tour arranged for them through the Foundation for Inter- national Understanding Through Students (F.I.U.T.S.) at the Uni- versity. Mrs: Hal Condon, Presi- dent of the .Woman's Society of Christian Service. :nd r'-' r'n,' las Larson, of the RotaryClub, are making plans to host zrom z o o students arriving Wednesday afternoon, March 27, and staying in Shelton until Friday afternoon, March 29. Mrs. R. B. Dickey is in charge of providing a host fam- ily for each student. THE FOUNDATION for Inter- national Understanding Through Students is a non-profit organiza- tion for the cultivation of effective relationships between our citizens nd international students. Its ac- tivities are directed toward both the students and the community. The F.I.U.T.S. welcomes all for- ei students arriving at Washing- ton Ports of entry and welcomes University of Washington foreign students when they arrive in Seat- tle and provides the new student with a family for up to ten days where there is an American sin- dent. The Foundation has many functions, among them assisting the student in finding housing and employment; arranging picnics, excursions, etc., on which occasions the students get acquainted with Foundation families and American students; sponsoring international roundtable discussions, radio and SAVINGS BOND SALES TV programs featuring the foreign During February county sales students. of U. S. Savings Bonds amounte4 This tour, during the spring va- to $8,964, according to Mason cation, will visit Bellingham, Olym- County Savings Bonds Chairman pin, Wenatchee, Hoquiam, Ana- L. A. Carlson. cortes, Moses Lake, Ephrata, Har- rington, Shelton, Puyalhip, Port "'s .. .. ... .p *o00Wn00en00woo,ey*a0000m00 SATURDAY-  p.m. iJou av other and --" cities of Washington.  These tours present the oppor- tunity, not only for foreign stu- EVERY WEEK dents to visit and know people in smaller communities, but for the : people to share n the culture, the each day ill the week lands.mUsie'an&lifefthsefrmther there, is always a Trailer H0me SUPER SPECIAL LJo.n., March 31 , * The deadline for licensing trail- er homes in Mason County is ' " :larch 31, the auditors office: re- ill 'the minded trailer home owners ithis week. Furniture Dept. -- 2nd Floor  of Shellon A Subsidiary of P. N. Hirsch & Co. formerly the Lumbermen's Mercantile Since March 31 is a Sunday, the trailer homes can be licensed April 1 without penalty, the an- nouncement said. A $3 penalty will be assessed on those not licensed until after April 2. NOT WILLIAM A. The William Morris in the police court report last week on a charge of being, a minor consuming liquor was William L. Morris, Mason Apartments, not William A. Mor- ris, 1936 Laurel. PINT SIZE BEAUTY Tt(EATMENT Beautiful complexions thrive on milk. For this is na- ture's own beauty formula. Milk helps keep your skin soft, smooth and youthful. It.helps to give you a radi- : "  ant glow of health that enhances your entire appear- _t_=. , .. ante. In fact, no other beauty treatment does so much for you, yet costs so little. Let your beauty come from within. Pour yourself a glass of glamour-milk. ADD-A-GLASS-A-MILK TO EVERYMEAL Cleary. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John C. Wilson, Shelton. The bride is a gradu- ate of Irene S. Reed High School. Her hus- band graduated from Elma high school and is now employed at the Boeing Co. in Seattle where Thurston County Friday and Saturday (March 15 and 16) in- gesting "show me" cultural prac- tices. The two day show, sponsored by the Northwest Christmas Tree Association, started Friday after- noon with a look into J. Hofert Christmas Tree Companys Mighty Mountain Nursery and extensive Christmas tree plantations. Lee Wells, Olympia, guided the grow- ers through the HoferL develop- ments, wimre "he is manager. The growers also inspected the cal merchants and citizens. Moose members will be solicit- ing donations from businessmen. Anyone who wants to donate can mail the contribution Lo the Shel- ton Moose Lodge, Box 564, Shel- ton. EAGLES AUXILIARY .HOLDS BREAKFAST The Past Madam Presidents of the local Eagles Auxiliary held a breakfast at the hcune of Bez.ha Lord. Assisting with the well-at- windshield o win PITTSBURGH SAF DUPLATE ,.,. PII DU0UTE  i  ii SOLEX H..-,* ;i ' assure you prompt, ea, placement job in model= ot care on the they are making their home. The Dotsons were wed in a double ring ceremony in Coeur d'Alene Idaho. AUGUST WEDDING BELLS 'TO. RING G. R. Kirk Companys Scotch pine plantations where they saw ma- chine-planted Christmas trees, and reviewed weed control programs. SATURDAY THE TOUR cent- ered on Herb Plumb's Sparkeel Christmas Tree Farm near Olym- pia. Here the "choose and cut" marketing method was studied. Growers were also able to draw sharply into focus a combined sys- tem 'of producing plantation nd farmed wild Christmas trees since Plumb raises both types. Dr. Mark Buchanan, Director of Washingtons Agricul- tural Experiment Stations, was the featured speaker at the as- sociation's annual banquet, held Friday night in the Olympian Ho- tel. He noted that Christmas trees now make up a $5 million annual business. Dr. Buchanan told the group that application of Washington State University ' research to Christmas tree production is now an impozant phase of the Universitys outlying testing pro- gram. He explained that the pro- gram unities the Universitys re- search and extension efforts to apply research findings to specific crops and soils. IN WESTERN WASHINGTON, Washington State University staf- fers, stationed at Puyalhip and Vancouver, are cooperating with tree farmers to test the effects of fertilizer on tree growth, color and shape. 1963 Northwest Christmas Tree Association officers were elected at the banquet. They are Hal Schu- del, president, Corvallis Ore.; Lee Wells, vice president, Olympia; Jim Gibbons, vice president, Port-- land and Bob Kintigh, secretary- treasurer, Springfield, Ore. L. O. Seljestad, Shelton, and Herb Plumb, Olympia, were elected di- rectors. Plumb was appointed the associations national delegate. THE ENGAGEMENT of Miss Betty Jo Paulsen to Mr. Edward The committee arranging the program for the two day session Lynn York, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bunion, Columbia Fails, included Lee Wells, Olympia; Buck Montana, has been announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Armstrong and L. 0. Seljestad- Paulsen, Jr., Shelt0n. Miss Paulsen graduated last year from Irene S. Reed high school. She is now working locally at Mamie's Grill. Shelton, and Robert McKay Thurs- tended event were Florence Mar- ler, Clarlotte Gardner and Alice Baxieman. i:i. Advice is seldom welcome. Those 6RIMES & who need it most, like it least.-- Samuel Johnson. NG S00(IAi SPRI 1963 Hodels Plymouth Savoy "6" 4-dr. Se! Stan4ard Trans., Heater reg. $2,561.55 SPECIAL $2248  Plymouth Savoy "V8" 4-dr. W ! Automatic, Heater, other Extrai reg. $3,305.80 SPECIAL $289;1' Valiant V-IO0 4-dr, Sedan i  Std. Transmission  Heater reg__ $2,258.75 SPECIAL $2040,-,: Scout 80 !! Inlernahonal 4-WHEEL DRIVE Heater, long steel top, warn hubs, seats, signals, powr.-lok axles, dU : gal. fuel tanks, traction tires. : reg. $2752.68 SPECIAL $2 SEE US FOR SPRING PRICES ON MODELS IN STOCK. ,. d: SEDANS --HARDTOPS -- WA: Her fiance is employed by a supermarket in Shelby, Mont., where ton County Extension Agent, they plan to make their home following an August wedding. Olympia. Red Cross Fund Drive 5iarts In Co00,nty More than 50 volunteers swung into action this week as the 1963 Red Cross fund drive began un- der the direction of chairman Roh- err S. Tanner. The ShelLon residential drive will be held Thursday and Fri- day, March 21 and 22, under the co-chairmanship of Mrs. L. C. Van Arsdale and Mrs. Leon Haynes. The Shelton business section un- der chairman Ed Faubert, will be covered Friday, March 22. :Pro- fessional contacts will be handled by Bill Batstone. Area leaders named by Tanner for the county portion of the drive are Miss Emily Babcock, Pick- ering; Howard Somers, Grape- view; Mrs. A1 Jensen, Lake Cush- man; R. W. Missmer, Hoodsport- Lilliwaup; Harry Ehnlund, Sko- komish Valley-Union; I. W. Holm, Belfair; Bill Le Drew, Arcadia. Assisting these county leaders will be Donn Marsh, Don Query, Mrs. J. McKiel, Mrs. H. W. Robbins. Mrs. Erling Eastgard, Ms.thins Gutmann, R. L. Moffett, Mrs. Veru Morgus and Mrs. Lloyd Reeve. DISTRICT CAPTAINS named i for the Shelton residential area I are Mrs. Buck Armstrong, Mrs. Frank Porter, Mrs. Otto Gold- schmid, Mrs. John Steinberg, Mrs. Ruby Frisken, Miss Marion John- son, Mrs. Bill Johnson, Mrs. Gor- don Bennett, Mrs. Martin Hart, Mrs. S. W. VanderWegen, Mrs. Douglas Larson, Mrs. Bill Gott, Mrs. Paul Hinton and Mrs. June Hoard. Assisting the captains in the Tanganyika Official Is Visiting Olympic Halional Park Hamedi S. Mahinda of Tang- anyika, Africa is visiting Olympic National Park March 19-23, Supt. John E. Doerr announced today. The purpose of Mahinda's vis- it to Olympic is to see and dis- cuss wildlife management in the Park especially as related to the rain forest which is similar to some areas in Tanganyika. Mahinda will be in the United States seven months. He will vi- sit several National Park and Forest Service areas, colleges anc[ state offices in c9nnection with his study of wildlife conservation nd management. His educational visit to this country is under the direction of the Food and Agricul- ture Organization of the United Nations, United States Depart- ment of Agriculture and land grant institutions cooperating. residential drive will be Mrs. R. E. Johnson, Mrs. Kurt Mann, Mrs. Leon Scott, Mrs. Vince Himlie Mrs. R..J. Hembroff, Mrs. E. E. Mackey, Mrs. H J. Well, Mrs. James Gilliland, Mrs. Ben Briggs, Mrs. Joseph Replinger, Mrs. Glenn Correa, Mrs. R. E. Davison, Mrs. Q. Thomas Ryan, Mrs. T. B. Or- me, Mrs William C. Tobler, Mrs. Harold Cramer, Mrs. Elmer Smith Mrs. Roy Lamont, Mrs. Joe Shim- ek, Mrs. Cliff Starkey, Mrs. Rob- ert Tobey, Mrs. C. Patterson, Mrs. Wentz Eagle. OTHERS ARE Mrs. Bert De- mers, Mrs. Delbert WesLon, Mrs. Staff Smith, Mrs. Carl Blomgren, Mrs..V.T. Connolly, Mrs. R. B. Lowe, Mrs Mary Ellen Anderson Mrs. Allan Johnston and Mrs. Guy Fowell. G, LOSE-O'UTS all Boysen Paints Boat Paint  Flat Wall paint  Wood Enamels, etc. % OFF All Curtains and Drapes CAFE -- Sash-Tie-Backs - panels, natural and plain drapes 1/3 OfF Furniture Dept.  2nd Floor of Shelton A Subsidiary of P. N. Hirsch & Co. 9 formerly the Lumbe men s Mercantile IN UW SOCIETY W. Scott Briggs, son of Mr. and Mrs. B. T. Briggs, Shelton, was initiated into the University of Washington chapter of Phi Lam- bda Upsilon, honorary chemical society. He is a senior, majoring in chemistry at the University. IN CWSC CHOIR Ted Wing, Union, is one of the students from Central Washington State College, Ellensburg, who will make a tour of the state April 7-11 as member of the schools concert choir. NEW I 963 " INTERNATIONAL C-100 -T0,i Bonus load pickup, V-8 engine, 3 t heater, signals. reg. $2,497.37 ElltI'BEL IIOT0nS CHRYSLER -- PLYMOUTH -- "v INTERNATIONAL TRUCKS * . FI T ST. ! ! 0 i! When planning meals for tW : 707 SOUTH FIRST ST. you got a 1 GIBSON FROST.CLEAR FOODMASTt or twenty... [ YOU'L00 BE Regularly priced at $699 SPECIAL '499 with acceptable trade 18.9 CU- FT. CAPACITY 11.2 CU. FT. FRESH FOOD STORAGE CAPACITY 269-LB. FREEZER CAPACITY 24-QT. FULL-WIDTH PORCELAIN CRISPER 5 REFRIGERATOR SHELVES (4 slide out, one regular) -k FROST CLEAR IN REFRIGERATOR & FREEZF LEM WARREN REFRIGERATIO00,,00,:0000 Sales ----- 127 So. 2nd St. -- Serviei ili "It'" ms The Service After the Sale That Counts" ,: ! 18-LB. 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