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April 4, 1963

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4, 1.963 BHEL'r0N--MASON COUNq JOURNAL  Published in "Chstmastown, U.S.A.", Shelton, Washington PAGE II NS up to on furniture, equip- livestock, or security and !up to 48 months Credit Life is avail- Phone, stop in FINANCE CO, Ave. 1447 Eagles Auxiliary Entertains Guests The Sbelton Eagles Auxiliary was visited by the Gig Harbor Eagles recently when they put on a memorial service for the Auxili- ary and aerie. They also present, ed their drill. National president, Cora Riggs, was honored by' the Olympi'k aux- iliary. Forty candidates were in- itiated in her honor. State officers did the initiating. Many auxiliaries enjoyed an inspirational talk given by Mrs. Riggs. OPEN HOUSE TO FETE BARNABYS Mr. and Mrs. Oda H. Barnaby will celebrate 50 years of married life with an open house at their home from 1-5 p.m. this Sunday. The Barnabys reside at Rt. 2 Box 526. The honored couple were mar- ried in Wichita, Kansas April 2, 1913. They have lived in the Shel- ton area for the past 12 years. Mr. Barnaby worked as a tool and die maker at the Bremerton Navy Yard before his retirement. The Barnabys children will spon- sor the open house. They are Har- ley Barnaby, Mrs. Edith Chamblin and Mrs. Betty Freeto, all of Shel- ton, Darrel Barnaby, Paulsbo, Louis Barnaby, Phoenix, Arizona, and Mrs. Eileen Marrs, Wichita, Kansas. Les Joslin SUGGESTSt Consider this . . . only 7 out of every 1000 men reaching the age of 65 are self-supporting. I have a plan for you - the West Coast Life Insured Savings Plan for salting away today's plentiful dol- lars for a sure income when you want to retire. Phone me. COAST National Forests Social Events Featured At L0cal Conservation Lunch Society Editor Marj Waters - Phone 426-4412 The annual Consmwation Lunch- con of the Shelton Garden Club Sotlightp ,+ held at tile Colonial House Hioh School w+ abont forty members and 1  guests in attendance. In keeping with the theme, "Conservation of Our National Forests." the lobby and tables were decorated with natural greens from the woods, and fea- tured the State Tree. the western hemlock: the State Flower the wild rhododendron, and the State Bird. the goldfinch. Favors were pink camelias. A table held pamphlets concern- ing the scope of the United States 'orest Service and a collection of beautiful pittupes take.n by Henry A Hansmeier of the local sVaff. Mrs. William Henderson, presi- dent of the Garden Club. presided and introduced the Forest Festival princesses Marilyn Mills, Randi Tu- son, Marilyn Hughes, Virginia Hol- latz and Lynn Stevens, and their chaperone. Mrs. R. "W. Norvold. Speaker for the day Virgil E. Allen. forest technician of the Shelton Ranger District. He told of the interesting and valuable work being done at the Dermic Ahl seed orchard of which,he is di- rector. Colmed slides illustrated the methods used in working for in- creased seed production and the results obtained in eliminating mr- wanted characteristics and per- ' petuating good characteristics of forest trees. This is original re- search for both the Snoquahnie and Olympic National Forests and its success has brought natiomvide :::::]:::::::::::::::::::;:::::::::: :::::::]::::::::::::::::::::::):::::::: : attention to the project. Mr. Allen : :2: :. r' "  ........ :2:2"I:.'I: "I:.+ is a fine speaker and his enthusi- JANET ESTVOLD has chosen Pacific Lutheran University to asm held the interest of everyone. finish her education in. She plans to major in education or music. Mrs. Allen. too, was a guest of the club. In charge of arrangements for Janet Estvold will receive a Janet has taken piano lessons the occasion were co-chairmen special gift on her birthday this for six years and in turn is giv- Mrs. Isaac Jeffery and Mrs. Henry year her high school diploma, ins piano lessons in her spare Hansmeier. Janet was born June 7, 1945 in time. She has won several awards She has been a Shelton- in recent contests for her playing, lone G To Tacoma+tan since the age of four. She also likes to swim. water and reen Her senior yea," at ISR has been snow ski. Janet+ sews many of her Head Zonta Club a busy one. Janet's classes have own clothes. included band. Latin. shorthand, Pacific Lutheran- University in Shelton Mason County Zonta Club civics and Teachers' orientation. Tacoma is her choice for finishing board and business meeting was ExtracurricuLar activities include her education. She plans to major held at the home of Mrs. Min Wi- being treasurer of GAA. a mere- in music or education, yell Monday evening. bet' of Girl's Club Executive Board This week's senior in the spot- New officers elected are: Presi- and a member of Honor Society. light is a 5'6" brown-eyed blonde, dent, Ione Green; vice president, She is Senior Princess in Job's She makes her home on Fairmont Helen Cole; secretary, Mary Trex- Daughters this year and a mere- street with her parents. Mr. and ler; treasurer. Andy Needham; 1 bet of Luther League of the Faith Mrs. Randolph Estvold; a brother, yr. board of director. Elsie Wilson; Lutheran church. Vrayne, 16; and a sister, Holly,3. 2 yr. term Isabella Hicks and Mary Smith. After the meeting dessert and coffee was served followed by a .IVE surprise baby shower for Mrs. Jane Windsor. Seventeen members 3H0 p 0 gE'E/rZ watched her open gifts. v, Tg 4-H NEWS EA  Little Egypt Wranglers +"'+ LIFI * AIDIMI lllALlrl 1627 SUMMIT DRIVE PHONE 426-6373 BONNETS for Morn & Sis 'lz9 to '29s {- Ladies rp, SUAL FLATS Latest Styles '219 pr. r Access0ries Bows Wave Caps Style Curlers + i I :: 4/i;,+ ;5.:iiii. > At 7:30 p.m. March 19 the pre- sident of the Little Egypt Wrang- lers 4-H Club. Marly McCallum, called the meeting to order at the Dayton hall and led the American Large Assortment BAGS % Gloves  Scarfs Made up Baskets & T0ys 39* & up Dress up thehome New Shipment of LAMPS 2 piece CAPRI SETS for Kiddies Misses Ladies '|99. '399 TENNIS SHOES for Ma, Pa & Kiddies 99 +- '2 98 pr, Record & Phone Stands Boudoir ChMrs Pictures VARIETY STORES S. HASTINGS, Manager Evergreen Square SATURDAY 1S HER WEDDING DAY MISS SHIRLEY HAMILTON will be married at the University, Christain church in Seattle this Saturday to Mr. William C. Towner, son of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Towner, Seattle. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry P. Hamilton, Shelton. Miss Ham- ilton graduated from Irene S. Reed high school in 1955. She is pres- ently employed by Martin Furmture Co. in Seattle. Her future hus- band is graduated from the U of W and teaches school in the Se- attle area. Flag salute. :Melvin Evans then led the 4-H flag salute. Jack Rumpff read }he minutes of the last meeting. Using a box with an egg-shaped l]e in it. a strong flashlight and a plastic egg, Ron Rickards, gave a demonstration on How to Candle an Egg'. By giving a brief description of the uses of electricians pliers, needle-nosed pliers, insulated tape and a screw driver. Tom Leonard gave a fine demonstration on the Basic Tools Needed for Electrical Work. We were told that the Mason County Demonstration Contest will be held April 20 at the Angle building this year. Several mem- bers of this club will participate in this activity. They are: Ray McCallum, Doris Hickson, David Valley, Martin McCallum, Kenny Evans and Ron Rickards. The themes nominated by the club for this year's 4-H camp are "Progress", "Wild West". "Colo- nial Days" and "Life in the Fu- ture". All members and anyone who wants to be a member is asked to attend the next meeting a Day- ton hall April 16. 3ack Rumpff will bring refreshments. Ron Rickards. reporter DIRT DOBBERS CLUB TO MEET TUESDAY ACHIEVEMENT AWARD FOR TREBLE CLEF CLUB The Treble Clef Junior Music Club held two meeting in March. the regular meeting at Bordeaux school and a special meeting at the home of counselor Hazel Hans- meier, to complete work on the Achievement Record scrap book. And then, on March 30. came the highlight of the club year, at- tendance at the Ninth Annual "Western DiVision Junior Day at the Music Building of the Univer- sity of Washington. Mrs. Wiley Surratt took the group over for the day with the following girls making the trip: Cynthia Snrratt Melanie Dickey, Holly Scott. Cherie Miljour, Leila Locke. Patty Dittman and Terri Vokojance. Foth)wing tne business meeting the Juniors were welcomed by Mr. Vilem Sokol. director of the Youth Symphony and a later thrill was a visit at the rehearsal of the of cttestra. Fine musical numbers wme presented on the Junim" Day bgram bV young people repre- senting many of the clubs, by a group from the Youth Syhphony and Special Members from Enum- claw, Bucktey and Spokane. A great treat was the Harp Concert by Heidi Lehwalder. who has ap- peared on a nationwide telecast and is a most endearing and ac- complished 13-year-old girl from Seattle. The first singing of the Junior Collect to the recently published nmsical setting by Alice Pahner brought a feeling of pride to all of the girls and counselors from the Shelton clubs. The eagerly awaited Presenta- tion of Awards came at the close of the afternoon session. The girls of the Treble Clef Club were most happy to receive the Second Place Award for their Achievement Rec- ord. Treble Clef members making the trip to Seattle gained a new ap- .preciation of what it means to be among the many junior clubs af- filiated with both the Washington State and National Federation of Music Clubs. RETIRED TEACHER CHANGE MEETING PLACE Due to the illness of Mrs. Mary Trexler, the Retired Teachers will meet at 1:30 pro. Friday at the home of Mrs. W. S. Rempel on Arcadia Road Retired teachers ate welcome to attend. /VCTU MEETS FRIDAY The Woman's Christian Temper- ance Union will hold its regular meeting this Friday at the home of Interesting Speaker Entertains Shelton Music Olub Members The Dirt Dohbers Garden Clul Mrs. Blanch B. Belt. 510 Birch St. will meet at i0 a.m. next Tuesday  beginning with a 1 o'clock no-host at the home of Mrs. Russel Schroe- luncheon. der. New officers will be nominal- The devotions topic is 'Three ed Members are to take a sack IHigh", Luke 2:41-52, and the pro- funch, gram "Plants in Their Youth". The Shelton Music Club met March 26 at the home of Mrs. Do- novan Palmer, Co-hostesses for the evemng were Mrs. Harry Car- Ion and Mrs. O. G. Erickson. Dr. Andrew Beelik gave an,in - teresting and entertaining talk about Hungary and Czechoslova- kia. The folk nmsic of these two countries was tile main topic but he talked about the history of the two countries me. Records were played and Dr. Beelik explained about the various types of folk music. Elected to office for the 1963-64 year were: President. Mrs. O. G. Erickson: vice president. Mrs. Ralph Hoffman; secretary, :Mrs. Roy Rector; treasurer, Mrs. Edna Vebber. The Shelton Music Club is affi- liated with the State and National Federation of Music Clubs: EASTER CARDS GANDY, too NELL'S PHARMACY WSHA To Elect Officers Hex! Tuesday The reaular meeting of \\;rSNA Districi No 22 will be held at S p.m. next Tnesday at the home of Nancy Cunninghanq, 1331 Ttlrner Ave. Annual election of officers will be held. A study program will be given the two delegates who will attend the "WSNA annual conven- tion in Sookano May 8-10. This is an important meeting and a good ttendance is hoped for. ZONTA CLUB RUMMAGE SALE A pre-Easter" Rmmmge Sale will he held by the Shelton Mason County Zonta Club tomorrow and Saturday at the old Journal office. Doors open at 9 a.rtl. TO FETE PIIESIDENTS AND CHAITER MEMBERS The Shelton Eagles Auxiliary will have pas presidents and charter members night April 9. All charter members and past pre- sidents are m-ged to all:end. NEW BLUE OX FRI. - SAT. - ONLY PENNEY'S FREE SHOW SAT, MAT. - ONLY PENNEY'S FREE SHOW Get mother or Dad. when they shop at Penney's this week to pick up tickets. For Sat., April 6 Only AND WHEN I GRADUATE, THE wARRANTY ON MY NEW PLYMOUTH .WILL, STILL BE IN EFFECT! I L- Lucky freshman! He can't drive on campus so he won't pile up many miles in the next four years. But... he's got a Plymouth with a 5.year/50,000- mile warranty*. So he's well protected. If you'd like that kind of protection, buy a new Plymouth-- with America's longest and best new-car warranty! PAA *Your Authorized P{ymouth-Valiant Dealer's Warranty agairmt de- fects in material and workmanship on 1963 cars has been expanded to include parts replacement or repair, without charge for required parts or labor, for 5 years or 50,000 miles, whichever comes first, on the engine block, head and internal parts; transmission case and internal parts (excluding manual clutch): torque converter, drive shaft, universal joints (excluding dust covers), rear axte and differ= iaL and rear wheel bearings, provided the vehicle has been serviced at reasonable irvals ardirm to the Plymouth-Variant Cartified Car Care schedules. KIMBEL MOTORS, INC. 707 So. First St. Shelton, Wash.