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April 11, 1963

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AMERICAN LEGIOH AUXILIARY SURPRISED : BY VISITS FROM TWO DISTRICT OFFICERS The March meeting observed the 'lized veterans in the xehabilitation birthday of the American Legion Auxiliary. Ice cream and cake were served. The Rehabilitation chairman collected used costume jewelry to be sent to Walla Walla hospital and used by the Hospita- Easter Motif program. Americanism chairman report- ed the flag codes have been dis- tributed to the She]ton school's 4th grades. The April 2 mocking was sur- prised by visits from the 4th Dis- trier president. Mrs. Arthur Zur- fluh of Tacoma. and 4th District vice president. Mrs. Carl Hacan- It's A Date Today, Thursday, April 11 WWI Veterans Auxiliary pot- luck, 6:30 p.m. Memorial bldg Rummage sale. 9:30 a.m.. PUD bldg., proceeds to Tubet'eulosis Assoc. Rotary Club luncheon, noon, Ming Tree Cats. Chamber of Commerce April meeting, sinner 7:00 p.m., pro- grass 8:00 p.m.. Shelton Hotel. Friday, April 12 For 8 And 40 A delicious 7 p.m. dinner featur- ing a traditional menu was served to 18 members of Salon No. 508 Eight and Forty, Mason Co. Mon- day. Attractive, original table dec-. orations carried out the Easter motif. Hostesses were Partners Lillian Norvold, Alice Hill and Beryls Faubei't. Following the opening of the meeting according to the ritual the obligation of Eight and Forty was given to Frances Luhm and she was welcomed into member- ship, Regular reports were given. Brownie Troop 305, under,leader- ship of Mrs. Norma Herrick, sent to the Salon 16 Easter dinner fa- vors which will be forwarded to Firland Sanitarium by Child VTei - fare chairman Dora Jackson. They will be used by children at the Sanitarium. The May 13 meeting will be a potluck dinner. Cards will be sent. Following adjournment an Eas- ter Hat Parade concluded with prizes going to Partners Lillian Novold and Shirley Clinton Part- ner Agnes Alexander was in charge. ::: Thrift Shop Sale Shop will be held today, tomorrow and Saturday at the PUD building starting at 9:30 a.m. Proceeds from the sales will Te used to supplement the recent PB Seal;Sale. The money will be used for community health pro- gram and to furnish educational material to schools. New and slightly used articles will be sold as well as garden and house p!ant and some electrical appliances all usuahle. FREE FREE FR EE 00CADDIE '49 Convertible "Winner to be Announced April 12 at 5 p.m. Q Anyone (over 21) visiting our used car lot is eligible to win! '61 Falcon 2-Door. auto. trans. '60 Plymouth Savoy 4-dr. V-8 auto. trans. '59 Ghev. Impala 4-dr. H.T. loaded '59 Ford"Gust. 300 4-dr. V;8 'auto. '59 Ford Fairlane 2-dr. V-8 auto. 4.wheel dr, warren hubs, winch '59 Ford Custom Business Coupe, 2-dr. 6cyl. '58 Plymoulh Savoy 4.dr. V-8 auto. trans. oor. Dalphine '57 Mercury Monl. ' 4-dr. H.T. loaded Jim Pauley, Inc. CALL: Bob Wolden ........... 426-8231 Bu Rvse .............. 426-8231 Dealership -- 5th & Railroad Used Cars  5th & Cota son of Puyallup. Each gave ,n Brain>age sam, u:30 a.m.. pIID short interesting talk on current[bldg" proceeos to Tuberculosis programs. Assoc. The Cirls State committe. Mrs. R. /V. Norvo'd. Mrs. ,lohn Eliason and Mrs. R. C!intop. met with oth- er committee membars and selec- ted the girls who wi!l attend Girls State, Those c!m,qn were Ginna Correa. American Legion /uxil- iary; Kelly Fredsun, K i w a.n is Club; Liz Seiners. Zonta Club. Al- ternate is Susau Mallory: From Hoodsport American Legion Aux- iliary Charlene Ketsey was chosen with Carolyn Robbins as alternate. Articles for Rogers sclool were brought to the meeting. Poppy plans were discussed. The Doninican Republic was se- lected as the Pan American coun- try for auxiliary study this year. The April 16 meeting will present a program ou this country to be arranged by Mrs. R. Clinton. Pan Americans R el a'ti ons program chairman. The past several meet- ings donations have been made to further the building of rural schools in the Domin:can Repub- lic. Meeting was adjourned and re- freshments served. Viki Lee Auxiliary To Host Husbands The Vicki Lee Orthopedic Aux- iliaz'y held its April 8 meeting at the home of Mrs. Bill 3ackstadt with Mrs. Bud Helser as co-hos- tess. The drawing for the Hamper benefit was held March 30 with Vieki Lee doing the drawing. The Winner was Mrs. Leona Miller, Plans-were made for a dinner at 7:30 p,m. May 11 at the PUD building with husbands invited. The May 13 meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Gone Ayers with Mrs. Ron LeGarde as co-hostess. BUSY YEAR FOR HAPPY DOLPHINS The Happy Dolphins Guild has had a busy year. A bake sale was held in February to raise the re- maining funds needed to tile the recrettion room floor at Rogers school. At the monthly meeting in March the following officers were elec- ted for 1963-.6: Dorothy Judah, president; Louise Schmidt. ice pres.; June Bratten, see.; and Norene Stevens, treas. The April meeting was held at Floy Batstone"s home where many plans for the remaining school year were made. It is hoped to have at least four or five Guild members visit the Tacoma swim progr(m for handicapped chil- dren April 18. A tentative date of May 2 was set for the annual out- ing with the Rogers school chil- dren. This will be a day of games and eats held at Maple Beach. The swim "graduation" will be held the latter part of May. Again the public will be invited to attend and see the tremenduous success of the swim program for retarded children. Open House Fetes Nurse On Retiring Fellow employees at Botts Nur- sing Home honored Nurse Esther Fowble on her retirement April 1 with an Open House at her home. Nurse Fowble had been employed at the nursing home for more than seven years. A buffet luncheon was served. Plants were brought instead of the usual array of gifts, They will be placed in the yard of the home she has prepared to retire in which was named Glory Be by her fellow -corkers. |1 .... uby l:Lebekah Lodge, S p.m., IOOF hall. Satul'day, April 13 FOE card party, 8 p.m., airport hall. Drivers license examiner. :tO a.m. - 5 p.m., police station. VFW Auxiliary bake sale. Safe way store. Salty Sashayers Square Dance Club, 8:30 p.m., Memorial hall. Rummage sale, 9:30 a.m., PU bldg., proceeds to TB Assoc. Sunday, April 14 Easter Sunrise Service, 6 a.m junior high school aduitorium. Annual Easter egg hunt. 1:3(1 p.m.. Bordeaux school, sponsors0 by Moose Lodge. Monday, April 15 County commission's meeting, 10 a.m.. courthouse. SRA Pinochle Club. 8 p.m.. Me- morial hall. Pre-School PTA meeting, 8 p.m., at Pre-School. Tuesday, April 16 Mason Co. Fair Board. 8 p.m.. commissioner's office. Kiwanis Club luricheon, noon. Memorial hall, Fred B. Wivell Post 31, Ameri- can Lgion, 8 p.m., Memorial hall. Shelton Rhododendron Society, 8 p.m., PUD bldg. City commission's meeting, 2 p.m., city hall. Meeting of non-certified em- ployees of school district No. 309. 7:30 p.m., Mt. View school li- brary. Hood Canal PTA meeting, 8 p.m., Hood Canal j u n ior high school. Wednesday, April 17 Mason Co. PTA Council lunch- eon meeting, 12:45 p.m., Ever- green school auditorium. Drlvers license examiner, 10 a.m., 5 p.m., police station. Laurel Court Order of Amaran- th, 8 p.m.. Masonic temple. BPW. 6:30 p.m. dinner, home of /firs. Mabel Burk. Thursday, April 18 Navy Mothers Club, 7:30 p.m., Memorial hall. Bordeaux PTA, 7:30 p.m., multi- purpose room. Welcome Chapter No. 40 OES, 12:30 p,m. sack luncheon, Mason- ic temple. Olympic League high school baseball. North Mason, vs. Shel- ton. Loop Field, 3:50 p.m. 40 & 8 Crhe|s Passe Night Brings Out 8 Eight Chefs Passe answered roll call as 40 & 8 Voiture 135 gath- ered at The Grove for its annual Past Chefs night last Thursday. Earliest on the roll were two who served when the Mason County voiture was combined with Thurston County Voiture 151-- Harold Lakeburg 1944, Glen Gard- ner 1945. After re-activation of VoRure 135. the list started with Gib Rucker 1951. followed by Ed Fau- bert 1952. Ray Parr 1954, Mel Dobson 1955, John Luhm 1959 and 1960, and Ernie Campbell 1961. As chairman of the Gone Mar- tin Memorial project, Dobson re- ported all components are ordered and will be assembled sometime this month. Dedication is scheduled for Memorial Day in front of Me- morial Hall. SCHOLASTIC HONORS Mary MaeRae, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John G. MacRae, Shel- ton. received "high honors" at Seattle Pacific University for the, winter quarter. Success doesn't happen. It Is organized, pre-empted, captured by concentrated common sense, r- Frances E. Willard. SPRING SPECIAL Be a GOOD EGG--bring your chick into Dean's Studio and t.Ske advantage of our "2 SITTINS FOR THE PRICE OF 1" sale. You pay for setting on your FIRST CHICK and WE PAY for setting on 2nd chick. Perhaps you have  GROUP IN YOUR COOP -- you pay for setting on group. We will photograph any other 2 chick without charge. We are REAL SERIOUS about this. so quick LIKE A BUNNY, read this ad through once more and take advantage of Dean's Studio ;Z sittings for the price of 1 sale. Cheep! Cheep! Oheepl (pd. Adv.) i So ciaA' Eve n ts Society Editor Marj Waters Phone 426-4412 TO EXCHANGE JUNE NUPTIAL VOWS WITH KENNETH KNAUTZ Shower Ho'uors Local WFA i00embers Mrs. E. Dunbar Gelling Dividends A Storl Shower feted Mrs. Eu- Shelton district farmers using gone Dunbar April 4 at the home ] \\;Vestern Farmers Association mar- of Mrs. Michael R. McCord. As- keting and purchasing services are sisting the hostess with refresh- now receiving $17.118.98 as their mcnts, decorations and lining el]share of WFA's record $5.005.247 the bassinet was Mrs. Betty Col- ] operating margins created from lins. 1962's husiness volume of $73,839.- Guests included the Mesdames 909. reports Brick Bostwick. \\;VFA Thomas Sawge, Eli]mr Hay, Pat distributor. Patterson. Beti.y Collins. Dwayne Swearingen, Harry Swisher. Fred These patronage savings aver- Smith. Rick Deyetle James Sot)o- age $7.15 per ton. or nine per tka and Kennth Reds. Mrs. Rob- cent of the purchase price, of ert Johnson sent a gift 1)Ill COll]d forlnllht feeds and seven per cenl not attend as she gave birth to on all other non-feed productiou an 8 lb. ,t oz. girl at 6 p.m. that supplies. evening. Egg producers are also rector- ..... ing an extra 10h,._ cents a case divi- O--.:."''' Came on all eggs market and 11 cents a pound dividend on all fowl Night !, Tonight marketed through WFA. Fryer ., growers ar,,- ]'eceiving 1/3 cent a The ShelLon 5ayeLies will spon- pound patronage dividend on all Her a Game Nigh! al 8 p.m. tonigi]t . birds marketed the last quarter at the .Jaycee i/nll. ]_,:)or prizes of 1962. 'o h ,\\;.-,. ,-] i"chrl(, ;, hair styl- - ........................... in K by Edward's Sahm. a floral FERRY RECEIPTS ..:.. d, IiNe:AL,L ,_"-" Freddic"s Flow- Receipts from the It a r s t i ne Q ers. a floral arrapgemen by the Island Ferry for the week ending Bamboo Shop and Avon cosmetics. April 8 were $211.33. the Masou 219 So. 1st St. Proceeds will be used for eom- County Engineer's office reported. munity service projects such as the Shelton Recreation Associa- tion and for child]en's hospital gowns at tle Shelton General hos- :::. :.i:i!iii?ii i;i::i :;ii!!.i:i::i!;}i!! pital. ........................... QUALITY Salty. Sahayel', "s To : Meet Saturday Night USED CA :..::: ::: : Ben Forbes of Port Or2hard will be the caller for the Salty Sashayers Square Dance this Sat- urday evening at the Memorial hall The dancing will begin at 8:30 p.m. and will be followed by a potluck supper at 11:30 p.m. HosLs for the'. evening will be '60 VALIANT V-200 4-dr. sed. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Brown and Radio, heater Mr. and Mrs. Dick Leonard Plans are being made for !:he '59 RAMBLER Amb. 4-dr. H.T. Birthday Dance to be held May MARCH 12, 1963 was the date chosen by Miss Janice Elaine Mc- Mullen of Seattle to have her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George W. McMullen of Yakima, announce her engagement to Kenneth George Knautz of Leavenworth, Wash. He is the son of Rev. and Mrs. Eugene Knautz, Shelton. The bride-elect is teaching in a Seattle public school. Her husband-to-be is a music instructor in Leavenworth public schools. Both are graduates of Seattle Pa- cific college. A June 29 wedding date has been made in Yakima. The couple will live in Leavenworth following the wedding. MANY AWARDS FOR CUB SCOUT PACK I IO IN MARCH; JOE LOSACGO GRADUATES Cub Scout Pack 110 held its monthly meeting March 26 at the Mt. View school. The opening cer- emony was given by Den 5, ex- hibits by Den 6 and 7 and skits were given by Den 3 and 8. Den 5 gave the closing ceremony. New Cub Scouts inducted were David Farcy, Tye Hunter, Bonnie Starr, Brim] Wilson, George Hie- kam, Johnny Eager, Raymond Krumpols. and Patrick luckinger. The following received Wolf badges: Ray Parr, Danny )eta eatf and Steve Boysen. and Tracy Armstrong, who also received gold arrow on Wolf. Bear badges went to Shaun Parr and Dean Med- calf. Joe Lasacco received a Web- elos badge and 2-year pin; Don VanderWa!, 2 year pin; lDave Townsend, Donner stripes and 2 year pin: Bob Tm'ner, assist. Den- ner stripe. A graduation from Cub Scout- ing into Boy Scouts was given to Joe Losacco with his mother at- tending. Mrs. Merle VanderXVal. his den mother, gave his "Den Doodles" which are small minia- tures of all awards he has earned during Cub Scouting. Mrs. Marflyn Farcy and Mrs. l4uriel Wilson are the den mother's for the recently 'started Den 7. The following awards were also given at the Bhm and Gold Ban- quet which was inadvertently mis- sed last month: Joe Losaeco, Lion badge, 1 gold arrow on Lion, 2 sil- ver arrow on Lion; Doug Scullers. Gold and silver arrow on Wolf badge; Bob Turner. Bear badge and 1 year pin; Jay Taylor, Silver arrow on Wolf: Ricky Monger, 2 silver amow on Wolf. Bea' badge; Grey Hergert, 2 silver ar- row on Wolf. one silver arrow on Bear; Don VanderWal. Bear badge, 1 Gold arrow on Bear; Nate Thoma.% Bear badge. Republican Women Hold Meeting Of Executive Board Members of the Executive Board of the Mason County Women's Republican Club journeyed to Winlock Monday to a meeting called by District Director Bess Crocker for clubs in Congressional District No. 3. Attending were Mrs. George G Shackleford, . president of the county orgamzation; Mrs. Guy Norris, secretary; Mrs. Harold C. Stifling, program chairman: Mrs. Marie McKay, membership chair- man: and Mrs. Calvin H. Mann, publicity chairman. There are ten clubs functioning at present with a combined mem- bership of 1132 Republican wom- en. The purpose of these district stings s to encou me " " rage more cLubS LO be formed. The slogan for this meeting Was "Don't hiber- nate; educate, agitate and legis- late". Mrs. Stirling, in her capacity as State Camapign chairman, took part in the program for the day. ESA Donates To The Exceptional Forester Program Mrs. Dick Holland was hostess to the monthly business and edu- cational meeting of Beta Zeta Chapter, Epsilon Sigma Alpha, in her home April 8. The Chapter has sent a donation of $75 to the Exceptional Fores- ter's Inc., which will start its pro- gram in July toward work with retarded boys 16 years and over. This is a portion of the money made on the Chrishnas project last December by Beta Zeta Chap- ter. Mrs. Bill Kimbel was voted to reign as Chapter president this next year. Her co-officers are: Mrs. Robert Seibert. vise presi- dent: Mrs. Bill Schirmer, record- ing secretary: Mrs. Glenn Sow- ers. corresponding secretary; Mrs. Bob Wolden .treasurer; Mrs. Ray Rice. parliamentarian. Guest for the evening was Mrs. Jean Bass. an ESA transfer from Colorado. For the educational portion of the meeting, all gathered around to try their hand at decorating colored styrofoam Easter eggs with bits of ribbon, braid, sequins pearls, etc. The next meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Bill Hunter at Skokomish Valley. At the close of the evening cof- fee and refreshments were served by the hostess and co-hostess. Mrs Ken Smith. He gives your car a lift through proper lubrication. He helps you avoid trouble by keepP those bearings from getting too dry. come let our expert lube man grease yclw ca, to insure you of smoother drivingl ONE stop here will keep you safely on the GO! OLE'S HOBILG00$ SE00VCE 1ST AND PINE HA 6-3906 i i BRAGGING! Why We're selling the available anywhere. you a ground to Cooke's 11 with Walt Williams as caller. Shelton General Hospital Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Cook. Mat- lock. a Girl. April 4. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Johnson, Rt. 2 Box 189, a girl, April 4. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Peck, Un- ion. a boy, April 4. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Schrocder, 1103 So; 12th, a lx)y, April 9. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lentz be- came the parents of a baby boy April 2 in Melrose. Florida. Grand- parents are Mr. and Mrs. John Lentz, Shelton. Banquet To Honor Top iSR Graduates Continuance of an activity in- augurated last yea]" takes place May 2 with the scheduling of a public banquet honoring seniors at h'ene S. Reed high school who have maintained B or better grade averages in their studies. The banquet will be held in Ev- ergreen school auditorium under sponsorship of Delta Kappa Gam- ma of Shcqton with Dr. Franklin Thompson, president of the [rni- versity of Puget Sound. as princi- pal speaker. Tickets may be secured from Miss Irene Burright at Irene S. Reed high school. Auto. trans., radio, reater Power steering and brakes. '59 CHEVROLET Belair "6" 4-door sedan. Radio, heater automatic '59 CHEVROLET Parkwood Sta. Wag., auto. trans., rad., heater, pwr. steer, and brks. '58 RAMBLER American 2-dr. Sedan, heater, overdrive Good Transp '54 Chevrolet 4-door Sedan '53 Cadillac 2-door Hardtop '53 Chevrolet 2-door Sedan '51 Pontiac 2-door Sedan "50 Biek/4;door Sedan '49 Pontiac 4-door Sedan '49 Plymouth 2-door Sedan 5:i EIMBEL HOTORS, CHRYSLER PLYMOUTH -- INTERNATIONAL TRUCKS 707 SOUTH FIRST ST. pH FINE SUIT BY Timely & a. & F. '49so to '85oo NeW VERN Wlen's Shop MILLER, Owner 409 Railroad Ave. GENE HANSON,