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March 21, 1963     Shelton Mason County Journal
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, I I I Hi00r00scopeLE - 2 only - 750 Power $10,95 WAS $13.95 1 only - 300 Power $3,95 WAS $5.95 - 1 only - 12OO Power $21.95 WAS $27.95 - 1 only - Zoom Microscope $13,95 WAS $17.95 NELL'S PHARMACY P H O N E 426-3327 Govey Bldg. 4th & RR Ave. I-IELTON--MASON COUNTY 30URNAL --Publiuhed in "Chrisfnmstown, U.S.A.", Shelton, Washington ENGAGEMENT OF ARIZONA STUDENT IS ANNOUNCED HERE THE ENGAGEMENT of Miss Mitzi Ann Barboni to Mr. Peter Sylvester D'Ambruos0, son of Dr. and Mrs. Peter D'Ambruoso, Orange, Conn,, has been made by her aunt, Mrs. Clyde Hime- baugh of Union. Miss Barboni is a graduate of Irene S. Reed high school and is attending Arizona State university in Tempe, where she is a senior majoring in elementary education. Mr. D'Ambruoso also attends ASU. He is in the pre-medical training program. The ceremony will take place at 11 a.m. April 15 in Our Lady of Mount Carmel church in Tempe, SALVATION ARMY TRUCK IN TOWN The Salvation Army truck will be in town next Tuesday. For pickups call 426-2215 or leave articles at 325 No. 5th street. made for days like this Sheltonian Enjoys Visit In Alaska Tom Kelley, Sr., recently spent a very pleasant 10 days visiting in Kodiak, Alaska with his daugh- ter-in-law, Mrs. Tom Kelley, Jr., and his grandson, Stanley. He was disappointed in not being able to see his son who was on a crab boat at the time. While there Mr. Kelley made an extensive tour of all the island's facilities including the large Navy base and the crab can- neries. He had a second disap- pointment when plans had to be cancelled for a bush plane bear htmting excursion due to incle- ment'weather. He hopes to repeat the trip in the near future, FOR RENT Don't Miss the Fun and Entertainment of Television TAYLOR RADIO ELEGTRIG 4th & Cots 426-6602 Concert Association Selects A Beelik As New President The Mason County Community Concert Association held its an- nual meeting at the last concert of the season at the Junior high school last Wednesday. The fol- lowing new board members were selected: Mrs. George Cropper, Mr. Hal Rogers, Mrs. Steven Hale, Mrs. Berwyn Thomas. Mrs. Rudy Norvold. Col. San Fritz. Mrs. Gra- ham Watkins and Mr. John Ragan. Following the program the board met to select the following officers for the next season: Presi- ent. Dr. A. Beelik; first vice pres., Mrs. Francis Eacrett: second vice pres.. Mr. Hal Rogers; secretary, Mrs. Warren Moe; treasurer. Mr. F. W. Herriek. The audience was delighted with the intricate rhythms and modern close harmonies featured in the program presented by the "Sexte- to Mexicano. Recognizing the audi- ences enthusiasm, the group sang three interesting encores to end a memorable evening. An authentic stage setting was provided by a Mexican flag graci- ously loaned by the Mexican con- sulate of Seattle. Mexican art ob- jects were effectively displayed around the stage under the direc- tion of Mrs. Wm. Henderson, presi- dent of the Shelton Garden Club. The articles were furnished by Xrs. Gib Rucker and Mrs. Clara Angle. JUNIOR MUSIC MEET SCHEDULED IN SEATTLE SOON The completion of plans for at- tendance at the Western Wash- ington State Federation of Music Clubs Junior Day meeting in Se- attle March 30 was the main item of business when the Pizzicato club held its monthly meeting in the home of Debbie Maranville. Fifteen girls from the club are planning to attend the meet. TransportatiOn to Seattle is still needed and any parent able to provide a car for the trip is asked to contact Mrs. R. W. Norvold, the club's counselor. The musical portion of the eve- ning's program enlisted the tal- ents of both guest performers and club members. Guests who per- formed were pianist Jerry Wag- ner and flute trio members Suzi Aho, Janet Maranville and Sue iorvold. These guests performed selections on which they had re- ceived superior ratings at the Washington Music Educators ad- judications in February. Club members who performed included accordionists Vicki Val- ley and Karo] Mackey and piano soloists Anne Connolly and Debbie Maranville. A short biographical sketch of Beethoven was presented as pre- paration for the club's listening to a reeorliog, of his Moonlight Son. ate. At the close of the evening refreshments were served by the hostess. Reception Will Honor Beckwiths A reception to honor newly mar- ried Mr. and Mrs. Guy Beckwith will be held between 12:30-4:30 p.m. this Sunday at the Golf Club. The reception committee invites the Beekwith's many friends to take this opportunity to congratu- late the happy couple. Luncheon will be served. One ingredient is priceless: "lt the Water" FiMtom welcome. Olympia Brewing Company, Olympia, Washington, *Oly* t * Has fl really travel! Just out! A hot newV-8 to add new fire to the Comet fun-and-sun line. We call it the Cyclone 960 V-8. You'll call it a pistol l It's available in any Comet-jaunty convertibles, sedans with Comet's classic roofline, station wagons, racy bucket-seat S-22's, and Comet's newest, the rakish Sportster hard- top. And Comet adds to your fun with new service-savers that greatly reduce operating costs for brakes, anti-freeze, oil and lubrication. No wonder Comet holds the top  "63 MERCURY resale value record in its class. Your Mercury dealer's got the Comet COM ET you're interested in... and keeps his interest in the Comet you getl COMET , METEOR MERCURY.., PRODUCTS OF: ([ MOTOR COMPANY... LINCOLN-MERCURY DIVISION HOW ' FOR  60 YEARS THE SYMF DEPENDABLE PRODUCTS PAULEY INC. 501 Ru|lroad Ave. . -. . I Social Events Society Editor Marj Waters Phone 426-4412 SEPTEMBER WEDDING DATE SET MR. AND MRS. ARTHUR H. TIEKAMP, Issaquah, announce the engagement of their daughter, Marie Ann, to Willard E. Kessel, Jr., of Olympia. Miss Tiekamp is a 1961 graduate of Issaquah high school and is presently employed at Boeing in Renton. Mr. Kessel graduated from Irene S. Reed high school in 1960. He is employed at Thurston County Title Co. in Olympia while attending St. Mar- tin's College. He is the son of Mrs. Mary Servidio, Shclton. An early September wedding is planned. BPW EXTENDS THANKS TO THOSE WHO HELPED 5lAKE HEART DRIVE SUCCESS The Shelton Business and Pro- fessional Women's Club held its dinner meeting Wednesday in the banquet room at Ritner's Broiler. Guest speaker was Mrs. Helen Sa- vage who gave an interesting ac- count of the progress of the cot- WOMAN'S CLUB TO SPONSOR FASHION TEA NEXT THURS. A Fashion Tea for the benefit of the Korean orphan adopted by the Hood Canal Womans Club will be held at 2 p.m. next Thursday at the Potlatch clubhouse. Mrs. Arthur Kraus. Potlatch, will chair- man the event. The Spring fashions shown will be presented by Mode O' Day, Mil- ler's Dept. Store, J. C. Penney, Shelton. and Calahan's Canal Sup- ply of Hoodsport. Modeling these fashions will be Medames W. H. Gilbert, Irma In- dahl, Edward H. Jenner, Catherine Johnson, Bryan Miles and H. A. Nordeng. Teen-age styles will be modeled by the Misses Sharron Akers, Dundie Sketsey and Sylvia Sund. Children's clothes will be shown by Becky Bates, Sandra Borovesky, Jill and Judie Dickin- son, Debbie Eastgard, Jan Good- paster, Kevin Gwinn, George Jar- vis and Cherye Sund. Mrs. Rule Dickinson will talk on her recent world tour at today's meeting. This is a change in the program from that which was an- nounced earlier. The public is invited to support the Fashion Show. It is not only for a worthy cause, but promises to be a most enjoyable afternoon of entertainment, Tickets can be obtained from Mrs. Marie Turner, Union, and iVirs. Edith Kraus of The Garden, ". 'nation is $1. potlatch Do rectional institution near Shelton. Guests from the Olympia BP' were also present. Contributions to the Heart Drive are still being received by the county and city chairmen. The Bhelton members wish to thank the following captains and helpers who gave so generously of their time collecting for the drive: Mes- dames Robert Temple, Robert Sternquist, Cecclia Cornell, Ken- neth Brown. Kelly Nutt, Mabel Hall, D. S. Clark. Edward Kent, Willis Burnett. Charles Peck. ,Toe Townsend. Sr.. Joe Town- send, Jr.. Katherine Calkins, J. A. Tobler, Raymond Wells. Gene Hanson, Ann Simpson, Fred Snel- grove. Eugene Moore. Jesse Dan- iels, Marion Helser. W. T. Jack- son Miss Sharon Kent, Bob and Vicki Sternquist and Eldon Allen. High school girls also helping were Jane Runnion. Dian Hughes, Jill Driver, Evelyn Clark, Karen Sternquist. Susie Aho, Lynn Nutt Janet Temple. Susan Mallory, Ro- salie Hanson, Janet and Pat Stein- berg. Members of Den 5, Cub" Scout Troop Pack 12 with den mother, Mrs. Cecil Patterson assisted by Mrs. Ray Prouty, also collected for the Heart Drive. Union Masonic Lodge Fetes Two Two members of the Union City Masonic Lodge No. 27 F & A. M. were presented with 50 year Pins at the March 7 meeting in Union. Clifford W. Johns, LilliwauP, and Laurent Kn0x Webb, Hamma Ham- inn, had both been members a lit- tle over 50 years when the presen- tation Was made under the auspic- es of the Grand Lodge for Masons in Washington. . A large attendance o members and friends were present for the occasion. Rummage and Plant Sale Today, Friday A Run,range and Plant Sale will be held in the old Journal building today and tomorrow by the women of St. Edward's Catholic church. The Sale Will begin at 9 a.m. both days. Anyone wishing to donate rum- mage should call Dorothy Brugato at 426-2416. For donations of plants Call Maria Kennerly at 426- 2140. DOOR PRIZE WINNERS Door prize winners at the March 2 Teenage dance held at the Me- mormlhall were 5pc Snyde Gall lobinSon and Gary Rose. About 90 teenagers attended the VFW sponsored event. Shel.Toa Guild To Present Annual Dance Saturday The regular meeting of the Shel-Toa Guild of the Tacoma Or- thopedic Assoc. was held last Thursday evening at the home ot Mrs. Norms Becket. Final plan s were made for the annual dance to be held this Saturday at the Moose Hail. Tickets are availa- ble through members only with all proceeds going to the Mary Bridge Children's Hospital in Ta- coins. The nominating committee pre- sented a slate of candidates for offices of the coming year. The guild would again like to thank Doris Bailey and Lorna Jos- lin for their fine showing of "Spring Showers". which Was held March 4 at the PUD building. Many interesting and novel ideas were given on home and party decorations. The next meeting will be held April 11 at the home of Mrs. Bey Edson with Mrs. Norms Carlson as co-hostess. Tenino Auxiliary Fetes Eagle District Deputy District Deputy Marie Lewis and Mother Veona Fisher were honored by the Tenino Eagles auxiliary last Saturday. It was also Teninos an- mversary and chartor member night, Attending from Shelton were Marie Lewis. Ruby Lorenzen and Alice Herzog. Men attending the aerie were Lloyd Lewis. Herman Lorenzen and Louis Herzoff. The same group also attended the District No. 8 meeting in Kelso. SEY Club To Go On Hike Saturday The SEY Club will go on a hike this Saturday. Members will meet at the St. Edwards church at 12 noon. The group will go out Rail- road avenue through Dayton to the airport and back to the church. Refreshments will be served afterward in the church basement. Thur Spring Motif For Garden Club The Hood Canal met at the March 7. Lilliwaup Sceva. Madge and Josie Peterson, ses. Baskets of ced the tables which with decorated place napkins. Plans were rating of the Hood Ca clubhouse in reception held there Mrs, Win. Gilbert. so discussed for the ing to be held Hood Canal Woman'S  Potlatch. Mrs. D. H. Pierce of the club project of khe Hood school grounds and eulture alon with her trip to Sol TV and- at Music 205 Cots COINS WANTED AMERICAN MUSEUM OF WE WILL PAY CASH FOR U.S. COINS OF NICE LARGE CENTS ........................................ 50c INDIAN CENTS ........................................ 10c to OLD 5c ........................................................ 10c to OLD 10c ...................................................... 15c to OLD 25c ...................................................... 55c OLD 50c .................................................... UP TC ALSO WANTED--ANY GOLD COINS & CANAOIA! 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