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Senior All-Night Party Planning Meeting Slated Parents of ISR senior students met last Thursday evening to be- gin plans for' the anmm] all-night party held graduation night for seniors and their dates. Mr. and Mrs Carl Downing were elected general chairmen for the event. The following committee chair- men were named: Finance com- mittee, Bud Knutzen and Rodger Tuson; decorations, Mr. and Mrs. AI Hughes, Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Bassett and Mr. and Mrs. Walt Emsley; supper, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Lovell; breakfast IVrr. and Mrs. V;hitley Rogers; inside entertain- ment, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Smith; outside entertainment. Mr. and Mrs W. P Barger and Mr, and Mrs. Bruce Mc Lean: clemmp, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Goldschmid. The new meeting will be held at g p.m. next Tuesday at the new high school. All parents of senior students are urged to attend. There are still committee vacan- cies and there will be work for anyone interested in helping. Marriaje Licenses Applying for marriage licenses in the Mason county Auditor's of- fire this past week were: John A. Sommerfcld. Jr., 21, Huntington B e ae h, Calif.. and Sandra Stm Tupper, 19. Shelton. Thomas Earrieau 44, Bremer- ton, and Estelle Michall. 36. Port Orchard. GETS STUDENT HONORS Lynn. Jeffery, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Jeffery, Shelton, was one of the students on the dean's list for the first semester at the University of Colorado. SCHOOL MENU Week of April 8-12 MondaySpaghetti with meat, hot buttered French bread, corn, fruit, milk. Tuesday--Wiener on a buttered bun, macaroni salad, vegetable wedges, Easter cake, milk. Wednesday -- Spring vacation. Thursday -- Spring vacation. Friday -- Spring vacation. Supplement your child's diet with Plenamins from Prepp's Rexall 133 RR. Phone 426-4642 i I INSTALLATION OF NEW OFFICERS HELD BY ELLINOR CHAPTER OES MRS. CORDA WATKINS was installed as Worthy Matron and Alek A stley as orthy Patron for fhe Ellln0r Chapfer No. 177 Order Of the Eastern Star at the Masonic temple in Union March "2. DecOrations included three large red satin hearts edged in white net depicting the motto Mrs: Watkins had chosen for her year, "Love One Another". Ellinor Chapter No. 177 Order of the Eastern Star held its instal- lation of officers at the Masonic temple in Union, March 29. Pre- siding officers were Worthy Ma- tron Frances Moake and Worthy Patron Peter Borg. Installing Matron was Ruby An- derson of Trinity Chapter No. 215 of Olympia; installing Marshal, Margaret Turner of Trinity chap- ter; and installing Chaplain, Lulu Smith of Spangle Chapter No. 141 and Ellinor Chapter No. 177. Doris Hillman of Shelton Welcome Chap- ter was installing organist. A quartet from Quilcene, The Quils, sang sever.el selections dur- ing recess accompanied by Mrs, Mary Ann Swinnerton. Junior Past Grand Patron of the State of Washington. and tester Farrar from Reliance Chapter I QUALITY Used Cars and Trucks 1961 Hillman 4-dr., 12,000 actual mileage 1959 Rambler Ambassador 4-dr., HT 1958 I.H. Heavy-Duty -ton pickup 1956 Chrysler Windsor 4-door sedan = ======================================================== . iJ | Ill HOW ' : .,,, ,,,, ! | : | i 5-YEAR- 50,000 MILE WARRANTY ; ON ALL :1963 : J CHRYSLER -- PLYMOUTH -- VALIANT ! , 1 miimiigmwmI=== ul==l===Im==I==a====m=m==m= ===I==II- 6-WHEEL LOGGER 1957 International VF-200 cab & chassis V-549 engine, 5-speed main transmission, 4-speed auxiliary, 36,000-lb. ,rear bogie. Ready to go -- completely reconditioned. KIMBEL HOTORS, IH. CHI%YSLER PLYMOUTH VALIANT .O @ INTERNATIONAL TRUCKS 707 SOUTH FIRST ST, PHONE 426-3433 I I were introduced and seated in the East. Louise Shields of Poulsbo Chapter representing the Grmad jurisdiction of the District of Co- lumbia in the State of Washington. and Viola Ferris of Welcome Chap- ter, deputy instructor in the Kit- sap-Mason district were introduced and seated in the East. Worthy Matrons and Worthy Patrons from other chapters were introduced and welcomed. The installing" marshal escorted the new officers into the chapter room. They wore white dresses and carried a huge bouffant American Beauty red rose. The colors for the new Worthy Ma- tron's year are red, white and sil- ver, red being the color of the fifth point of the Star of Electa's sta- tion. The new Worthy Matron, Cords Watkins, wore a gown of silver and carried a bouffant American Beauty red rose. Three large red satin hearts edged in white net stood on easels in the East. depicting the motto the Worthy Matron has chosen for her year. "Love One Another". Wooden stands of a single red rose stood behind each five star- point chair. A three-foot gold and silver, hand cut tin medallion deco- rated the wall in the West. Those installed were worthy ma- tron, Corda Watkins; worthy pa- tron Alex Astley; associate ma- tron, Zone Senn; associate patron, Thomas Turner: secretary, Betty Goodpaster: treasurer. Frieda Smith; conductress. Evelyn Nich- olson; associate conductress. May- belle Willson: chaplain Mettle Backlund; marshal. Hazel Dam- mann; organist, Charla Reeder; Adah. Roberts McKiel: Ruth. Elea- nor Astley; Esther. Louise Jack- son: Martha. Pearl Schmidt, Elec- ts Eleanor Pierce: warder. Marie Turner: sentinel. Francis Akers. The courtesy officers were intro- dtmed, pro-tern Lulu Smith. prom- pter Minnie Sauers. birthday chairman. Hazel Dammann. Cords Watkins introduced her family and thanked her sister Belle Young, for her beautiful gavel, also her friend. Mrs. Einar Sund, for the beautiful orchid cor- sage. Mrs. Watkin's daughter, Mr:. Connie Frank of Seattle sang a beautiful song to her mother. She was accompanied at the piano by her daughter, Corda Ann. Vicki Pierce and Linda Potter were in charge of the programs. ffudy Nicholson attended the gift table and Janice Pierce and Nita Potter were in charge of the guest book. Door hostesses were Chris- tine and Steve Ahl. Refreshments were'attended by Ella Lang, Erna Martin and Dorothy Larson. Shar- on Akers attended the punch bowl. HERE'S HOW IT WORKS: I. An outgoing envelope notice, dtleat etC., and inserts check in. pocket of return envelope, Detach- able flap. provides customers with n wecord o! e.pense=, E (Relum Envtlopel :Ideal for '$av|ngs Accounts Statemen Past Due NoflceI Personnel Inquiry Contract Payments Fund Dr|ve Mail Order Selling e Mail-Well Returnelopes are available m the following colored papers: White Ms|l-Well and Pink, Green and Goldea Autumn in Glowtone Stock. Mail.Wdl envdopea for your every busnem need THE JOURNAL Local WWI Vets Auxiliary Plans Potluck Meeting A 6:30 p.m. potluck dinner will be sponsored by the La(fics Aux- iliary, Veterans of Wm'td War I next Thursday at, the Memorial building. Featured entertainment will be enjoyed during the dinner hour and following the regular session of Madrona Barracks No. 1462. Both business sessmns will start at. 8 p.m. Legislative l'eports are to be discussed as well as proposal to form a Veteran's Counci in Shel- ton and Mason county. Visitors are expected from Bremreton. Ret- sil sod Olympia. All members of Madrona Bar- raeks and Auxiliary are urged to attend the dinner and sessions as well as enjoy good entertainment. ..................... Jayettes Schedule A Game Night The Shelton Jayettes will spon- sor a Game Night at 8 p.m. next Thm'sday at the Jaycee hall. Bridge, pinochle and various other games will be played. Door prizes .to be awarded include a floral ar- rangement by Mrs. Doris Bailey of tle Bamboo Shop and Avon cos- medics. Refreshments will be staT- ed. The one dollar donation will be ConCributied to community welfare projects such as the Shelton Re- creation Association, and for child- ren's hospital gowns at the Shel- ton General hospital. VFW Ham Shoot And Tedn Dance Saturday Nomination of officers will be the main topic at the VFW Post No. 1694 meeting Friday evening. Final plans for the Ham Shoot will also be made. It will be held from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. this Satur- day at the State Patrol firing range. Your .22 or the Post's. The public is invited. A teenage dance will be held from 9-12 p.m. Saturday at the Memorial hall. Never fear spoiling children by making them too happy. Happi- ness is the atmosphere in which all good affections grow. Thomas SPRING WEDDING RITES FOR JANE STEEHLER, LUCAS RIMES A MARCH 23 wedding ceremony at the First Methodist church united Miss Jane Marie Steehler and Mr. Lucas J. Rimes, Seattle, in holy matrimony. Miss Steehler is the daughter of Mr. and MrS. Stuart R. Steehler, Shelton. Rev. Robert Rings performed the ceremony. Mrs. Robert Haaseth, Seattle, was the bride's only at- tendant. The bridegroom's brother, Quince Kimes, was the best man. George Hunter and Duane Wright acted as ushers with Mrs. Loui Larson accompanying Miss Marilyn Sachs, sqloist. Following the ceremony a reception was held at the church. Pouring were Mrs. L. S. Ekorenrud and Mrs. Helen Nelson. Mrs. Allen Morgan served punch and Mrs. Eddie O'Malley served cake. The guest book was in charge of Mrs. Earleen Sachs. Misses Nancy Wright and Lois Hunter attended the gift table. Following a wedding trip to Hawaii the Rimes will make their home in Seattle. SHELTON JUNIOR MUSIC CLUBS AWARDS HOME FROM JURIOR BAY I Thirty-five members of Shelton's junior nmsic club, their counse- lors and parents, joined other jun- ior musicians affiliated with the Washington State Federation of Music Clubs in attending the ninth anmml Junior Day meet in Seattle last Saturday. More than 100 Western District club members attended the one- day convention held in the Music building on the University of Washington campus. Mrs. R. W. Norvotd was general chairman for the event. Western District junior officers vcho presided at the business meet,- ink were president Terri Turner and acting secretary, Diane Frank. Both are members of Shelton's Pizzicato Clnb. The address of welcome at ,the morning session was given by Mr. Vi]em Sokol. director of the Youth Symphony Orchestra of the Paci- fic Northwest and faculty member of the U of W Music school. Three young musicians from Spokane representing junior clubs from the Eastern District were included in the morning's program. Two junior composers. Joy Well ef Everett and Howard Hoyt of Camas presented interesting orig- inal compositions during the morn- ing. A musical highlight of the day was the harp concert presented by diminuitive 13-year old Heidi Leh- walder of Seattle. The afternoon session opened with the singing of the Junim' Col-. lest. sung to Mrs. Donovan mer's musical setting. Hertz. state president ingon State Clubs then a An excellent sented by ] lowed. Cynthi Rice, from the B Sharp vocal solo accom Charles Per!{. 7th grader care Cl'ub. selection. Shelton clubs their share of Pizzicato's awarded first place tion with Treble lowing closely with award. Pizzicato worked on their book were Diane tonsen, Atom Neth. Melanie man of Treble Clefs record committee. A second place the Pizzicato Club of American third place was for its American Club reports read tion included B Sharp report read by Pizzicato's read by Diane Frant" New Western installed at the sion we)'e Mortmfs Vivice secretary Robin Club BremertOn LOCKER Hind Quarter-- 59 = Grain Fed Graded Good SHELTON MEAT ,GO, Phone 426-3581 GIRLS STATE REPRESENTATIVES CHOSEN AT ISR Have the Greenest Grass In Town THE OMPETE OGANIC FERTILIZER Puget Sound Baiancec (5-8-5) So easy the kids can do il! LOJIN(- OVEN tNKORMATION which explains the purpose of Girls State are this year's Irene S. Reed representatives to the annual event which will be held June 10-17 on the campus of the Cen- tral Washington State college at Ellensburg. They are (seated) Charlene Kelsey, sponsored by Hood Canal American Legion; Liz Somers Zests Club; (standing) Ginna Correa, Shelton American Legion Auxiliary; and Kelly Fredson, Kiwanis Club. Sus- an Mallory and Carolyn Robbins have been named alternates. The purpose of Girls State is to pre- pare a representative group of high school leaders to understand and to use the democratic forms of our American government. Girls State citizens learn by participation the responsibilities and privileges of American citizenship. The techniques, advantages and disadvantages of two-party gov- ernment are demonstrated. Junior girls are se- lected so they will have the opportunity to put what they have learned into practice in their senior year. OF SH ELTON Mason Materials 7th & Park Plant, :Rummage Sale Today And Tomorrow A combination Plant and Rum- mage sale will be held today and tomorrow by the Donnie 3. Ortho- pedic Guild in the vacant building next to the library. Doors will be open at 9 a.m. All proceeds from the sale will be sent to the Mary Bridges Or- thopedic Hospital in Tacoma. Eagles Ask For Used Hearing Aids Eagles Auxiliary No. 2079 is collecting used Hearing Aids to be given to the Hard of Hearing school in Vancouver. They will be renovated and used to help a child hear again. Anyone having one to donate is asked to call 426-2420 or 426-8730. Journal Want Ads Pay Tile Sale Tile Sale Tile Sale "DO - IT - YouRSELF" I 60 sq. ft. Tools Rented Glass Shower doors  Accessories ' Carlson's Tile & Fireplace Shp On ML. View Phone 426-2057 Crazy Eric is East Bremerton Crazy Eric's Anniversary SHAKES 19 c % Deluxe Beefy Burger Fries & Shake