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PAGE-I SHELTON--MAg0N COUNTY 50URNAE -- Published in "Ch"stma.tov n, , U.,q.AY, ghelton, Washington ' i: , , i , i i i UH I rl i "Next T0 New" Sale Slated This Week By Guild Tile Rachel Knott Orthopedic Guild held its postponed meeting last Friday with a 12:30 p.m. hmcheon at the home of Mrs. Louis Van Arsdale with Mrs. George Grisdale as co-hostess. Nineteen active members were present. After a delicions hmcheon, Mrs. Los Shelver, president, conducted the business meeting. After the minutes of the last meeting were read and the Tress- liter's report given the discussion tnrned to the "Next to New Sale" to be held by the Guild thin Fri- day and Saturday at 11 a.m. at the PUD auditorium. Mrs. Samnel Fritz. chairman. led the discussion. Each member was assigned to a division of the sale. Women's dresses in sizes 9- 18 will be offered along with blous- es. skirts, jackets, hats. shoes, costume jewelry, belts, scarves, men and boys clothing and house- hold goods. Members are hoping" the sale will be as successful as the two previous ones. as all of the pro- ceeds wih be turned over to the Children's Orthopedic hospital in Seattle. New Officers For Mt. View PTA Nit. View PTA elected the fol- lowing officers Monday evening: Mrs. Clyde Ruddell. president; Mrs. E. R. Fuller. 1st vice pres.; Mrs. Dwayne Rogers. 2rid vice pres.: Mrs. Rodger Wuson. see.; Mrs. Jim Connolly, treas. Tre panel discussion led by Mr. Shipley, Mrs. Rediski and Mrs. Lee was very interesting. There were many questions from the parents on the continued growth program which added to the total explanation. 55 YEARS TO BE FETED SUNDAY Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Hodgson will celebrate their 55th wedding anniversary this Sunday. An open house in their honor will be held from 2-5 o.m. at the Shelton Valley Grange hall. Tom Olson, Grange master, cordially invites all friends and relatives of the couple to attend. Coffee and cake will be served by the Grange. The Hodgsons were married March 25. 1908, in Minnesota, where they lived until coming to Shelton in the '40's. Most of the couple's five children will be help- ing them celebrate Sunday. They are Mrs. Art Farr. hooey, Minne- sota: Lawrence. Alaska ; Bob, Leonard and Hin'vey, all of Shel- ton. ......................... Caroll Rogers Wed In California Rites Miss Cmoll Eileen Rogers was raarried March 6 to Mz. Albert A. Bachclier. Jr.. in San Pedro. Cali- fornia Miss Rogers, a graduate of Irene S. Reed high school, is the daughter of Mr. and Mr& Fran- cois A. Rogers. Shelton. Her hus- band's parents are Mr. and Mrs Albert A. Bachelier. St. San Pedro. California The newlyweds will live in Ta- coma. LOCAL DEMOLAY CHAPTER NAMES GINNA CORREA AS SWEETHEA-RT 4ay Correa mio't lrehe , of the ShMton Assembly GirlS. Miss  Correa" will: take part in many Of the during the ensuing year. The annbunceme(Tt Ly Sweetheart iS a highlight of the installation ceremony. Mike Carte.sor/ of Dr. and Mrs. Wayne B. Carte, was seatecl's , Master Councilor. The installing team included: Jack Rogers, MaSter Councilor; Ed Shields, Senior Councilor; A1 Jorgenson, Junior Councilor; A! Kewis, Chaplain; Stewart Hawt|nson Marshal; Mike Urakawa, Senior Deacon; JinX-Sh'ields, Flower Talk. Ron Ostio, Executive Director, is Dad Advisor to the installing'team. Rebekah Lodge Plans Easter Bonnet Parade At the March 22 meeting of Ruby Rebekah Lodge members I enjoj, ed aictm'es shown by Nellie] Nelson ttken on her around the I world trip John Brodv showed ] "ome slides of the state'of Wash-l ingtdn. A reading on Sehyler Col- fax anniversary was given by Miss Mary Dobson. The l eflestnlent table was deco- rated in St Patrick theme. Olympia Lodge, Ruth 17 has in- vited Ruby Rebekah to its Eister Bonnet Parade April tO and has asked fhat Shetton members wear :heir bonetg. The April 12 meeting will be the local Easter Bonn'et show. Bonnets are to be made of things trom around the house. There will be a prize for the best bonnet. Refresh- nent committee for the next meet- ing consists of Gladys Ashley, h'ene Gustafson and Grace Bart- lett, All ill members of Ruby ,Re- bekah Lodge are wished a speedy recovery. Shelton Yacht Club- Sets Oyster Fry Date, The Shelton Yach Club will hold its annual Oyster Fry from 4:30- 7':30 p.m. this. Saturday at the Me- morial halt. This is the club's yearly money making event. " Ih addition to oysters the menu will incltlde ham, baked potatoes, green'beanS, cabbag' salad, rolls, 8.pple" dessert and coffee, milk, ted or water. Tickets will be sold for $50 for; adults; 75 cents for: chilitren Under" 12! They - are available through Mrs. Elmlun, aAy Yacht Club member, or at the"door. RETIRED TEACHERS TO ELECT NEW OFFICERS A meeting of the'Retired Teach- ers Unit of:Mason county will be held at" 1:30 p.m., April 5 in the h0e of Mz, Mary Trexler. This is an '. important meeting as. officers will: be elected fur the coming-year and other important issues discussed. Ohoirs And Bands To Entertain At PTA The Evergreen PTA members will meet at 7:30 p.m. tonight in the school auditorium. The pro- gram will feature 5th year choirs and the 5ttl and 6th year bands ol all the Shelton Eelementary schools. Everyone is welcome. A business meeting will follow with the nominating committee introducing the slate of candidates for the new officers for next year. Refreshments will follow. Navy Mothers Work., On Baby Layettes Ten members of the Navy Mothers Chlb drove to the Unio home of Mrs. Frank Dean. Mort. day to sew on baby layettes. The layettes are donated to the Brem- erton Navv Mothers Club to be given to Navy wives who are in need of them. The next meeting of the ehff: will be at 7:30 p.m. April 5 at the Memorial hall. : &RRIVAt VV" Shelton General H(rpital - Mr. and Mrs, Jerry King, 308 E. Harvard, a boy, March 21. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Bolduc, Jr. Rt. 1, Box 289. Elma, a boy. March 22. Mr. and Mrs. James Lindsey, :i: Rt, 3, Box 477 B, a girl, March 23 RUMMAGE SALE DeMolay Mothers Club will hold a rummage sale April 5-6 at the - PUD building. CLASS REUNION MEETING The ISR Class of1948 Class Re- ' union planning committee will meet at 8 p.m. next Thursday at the'home of Joe Townsend. : Hurricane Ridge Winter Facilities To Close March 31 useAfter Sunday, March 31, winter will be closed er services alia , " Lodge. The road to Hurricane Rtdge, however, will be kept open o z weekends until travel warrant weekend visitors. While snow depths on Hurrfl- cane Ridge this winter have been considerably less than normal there was sufficient snow to main- tain fine skiing for many hund- reds of people throughout the _ winter season. Many came to play in the snow and see the magnifi- cent view at Hurricane Ridge. Considering tlm phenomenally low snowfall throughout the west we are pleased, Doerr added, that we could provide skiing at Hurricane Ridge throughout the winter and thus have another successful sea- son for the snow enthusiasts. VISITORS TO HAWAII ALOH A ---'Ruby Fit"z" (left), manager of-Safeway's Shetton stoe, and her sister, Mrs. AI Call,Son, are pictured, hre!upon their  arrival in Honolulu by plane recently for a two.week vacation. Trip ar- rangements were made through the An gl.e  Travel Reservation Center in Shelton. Cars Heater, automatic trans, showroom olean. 61 Hillman DelUxe 4 Door Sedan Heater, 12;000 tctUal miles 60 Valiant V.200 4 Door Sedan Radio, heater, standard shift 59 Rambler Ambassador 4 Door Hard|op Radio, heater, automatic trans., power steering and brakes. Lots Of other extras One owner, sharp. See Our New Car Spring Specials On This Page of This Paper I(IIWBEL MOTORS, INC. CHRYSLER --- PLYMOUTH -- VALIANT INTERNATIONAL TRUCKS 707 SOUTH FIRST ST. PHONE 426-3433 Social Even ts Society Editor Marj Waters Phone 426-4412 TO, WED FORMER SHELTONIAN THE ENGAGEMENT of Miss Fiona Lynne Foyston to Mr. Jer- ome Layton Buzzard, son of Mr. and Mrs. James L. Buzzard, Shel- ton, was made at a dinner for the immediate family by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sidney C. Foyston of Seattle. Miss Foyston was a 1961 Sea Fair Princess, she attended Highline College and was Science demonstrator at the U.S. Science Pavilion during the World's Fair. Her fiance graduated from Irene S. Reed High School in 1957. He is a graduate of the University of Washington and is now in his second year of graduate work at the U of W Law school. The couple will be married by her grandfather, the Roy. Mr. D. E. Nourse of Lopez Island on her parents' 23rd wed- ding anniversary, June 28. SRA Pinochle Club Final Game Night The SRA Pinochle Club will have its final night of play with a banquet next Monday aL the Me- mortal hall At the laM: meeting Cora Drake high score for the womgn; Lu- Speece held 2nd high. Claude Rickards held high for men: Louis Herzog, 2nd high. Double pinochle ,'as won by Cora Drake and Olaf Iohnson. Honorable Mention For Two Southside Girls Two Southside school 7th grad- rs. Elizabeth Ann Quimby and Kathleen Trotzer. won an Honor- ble Mention at the Kitsap Science %ir held at Olympic college last ,'riday and Saturday. The annual event is open to all students from grades 1-12 throughout the Olympic peninsula. Approximately 220 projects were entered this year by 256 students. Eastern Star To Install Saturday Installation ceremomes for \\;Velcome Chapter No. 40. Order of Eastern Star will be held at 8 p.m. Satm'day at the Masmqe Temple. Mrs. Win. Potter will be in- stalled as Worthy Matron; Victor Ellison. Worthy Patron: Mrs. Bes- sie Halt Associate Matron: Ed- ward Auseth Associate Patron. These ceremonies are held an- rurally and are open to the public. Stoekwell, Gardner Win FOE Card Series Opal Asche and Jack Smith held high scores a the FOE card pary last Satm-'day. Second Mgh went to Tenna Stockwell and Art Hazel- quist. Virginia Dundas and Jack Smith held 300 pinochle. This was the final game in the series. Series winners are Tenna Stockwell and Glenn Gardner. The next series will begin April 13 m the Eaffles airport hall. RECEPTION SUNDAY FETES Cutting the wedding cake at a reception held at the Golf Club last Sunday in their honor are newlyweds, M r. and Mrs. Guy Beckwith. T h e couple was feted by close to 300 friends, many of whom tool{ part in a r ran g ing, decorating a n d p r e p aring and serving the food. In fact. so many of the couple's friends assisted it was found impossible to make a for recognition. A buffet luncheon was served with cake which was topped with the traditional wedding  = v surrounded by daffodils, ey Girl Scouts To ,-o,,,,!,, Sheltonian fi Mrs. Mike of a baby boy born WI', "vValla. Mrs. W alJa -- I'Ie L-! form:r,l:A::HPea:i:h:i:gleeltllKa:hy ChaSe. 'i i ::i''n Start Annual ,Cookie Sale Next Wednesday Next Wednesday the Girl Sconts of Mason county will begin their annual Cookie Sale. The sale will continue through April 13. Two kinds of cookies will be offered this year. Both will sell for 50 cents a box. Each girl sell- ing cookies will have a Girl Scout pin or some means of identifica- tion. The money from the coolde sales will be used to purchase needed eqnipme#: Also. each indiv]dU'l earn 5 cents pe':b: II its own activities. ':: Anyone who-is 0J and would like so]e6 ies is asked to calllY II HALT ENGINE WEA There's a remarkable new ashless detergent in deposit-free Motor Oils. It keeps combustion clean and engine parts so free of sludge you car thousands of extra miles from the engines in you equipment You'll find exactly what you "RPM"--the only complete line of deposit-free oils. RPM Supreme - an 'all-season, multigrade that can save up to 15% in gas. RPM Special--the only single grade, deposit-free motor oil available. For any Standard Oil product, call C. C. Cole & Sons Inc. 118 So. Third St 426-4411 FRIGIDAIRE SPRING ,SPECIALS 1963 Ilodeis Plymouth Savoy "6" 4-dr. Sedan Standard Trans., Iteater reg. $2,561o55 SPECIAL s2248.48 Plymouth Savoy "V8" 4-dr. Wagon Automatic, Heater, other Extras reg. $3,305.80 SPECIAL s2891 "14 Valiant V-100 4-dr, Sedan Std. Transmission ---Heater reg. $2,258.75 SPECIAL s2040.58 -- ONE ONLY -- Internalional Scoul 80 4-WHEEL DRIVE Heater, long steel top, warn hubs, bucket seats, signals, powr.-lok axles, dual 11- gal. fuel tanks, traction tires. reg. $2752.68 SPECIAL $2445 SEE US FOR SPRING PRICES ON OTHER MODELS IN STOCK... SEDANS -- HARDTOPS  WAGONS N'EW I 963 INTERNATIONAL C-IO0 -TON Bonus load pickup, V-8 engine,-3 speed, heater, signals. reg. $2,497.37 SPECIAL = 2195 BEST BUYS Smart buy! Frigidaire "Thrifty Thirty"! Model RS.SOS.S$ Compact design brings big-range cooking to apart- ment-size kitchens. Holiday host? Oven holds big turkey. Unlimited heat settings for all surface units. Frigidaira dependabilitlfl =178oo New FRIGIDAIRE Washer has 12,1b capacityl B Model WCDA-63 Fresh water "brighten up" insesl Spins clothes driest! Re- moves lint automaticallyl * Cleans clothes inside and outi Suds saver Model WCDAR- 63 saves gallons of water[ THE STURDY Tvl=IG IDJKIl=t] WASHER '198oo FI , Convenl ina I Zero zone insulated ha:as 71-1b.S. ";::i| ', Self-defrost ng ;001| ' refrigerator se*,' .i|, Full-width fruit vegetable HY -e i dew-fresh stora ' ii ' Deep-shelf d0O: for slim, fat, sou ,;. tall containerS, "i!-, * Frigidaire ..ot'1i ' dependabilitY, to i FRIG THE FAMILY KIMBEL M Ig01tS, II1. 00industrial. & Builders Su , :U :: ::i{TR:TR--N 2TINOUTR U-C YV?::i:: 4:6 3433  F rst and Pine Streets Phone 426 49 707 I , " ; " ,