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PAGE 16 SIIELTON--itA0N CY $0URNAE- Published in "Chri,tmtmrn, U.CJ.A. ", he]ton, Washington Thursday, To become an able and success-I ful man in any profession, three| things are necessary, nature, study and practice.--H. W. Be,chef. HOOD CANAL PTA The Hood Canal PTA will meet at 8 p.m. next Tuesday at the Hood Canal junior high school. For Easter Permanent Special '13so This is our regular $20.00 permanent and includes hair cutting.  Special_ for Children We Specialize In Helene Curtis and Rayette Permanents Edward's Beauty Salon 114 S. Fourth St. Phone 426-2431 i' 1; f" f i T • • ] • -(. Irl I 4-H NEWS Shelton Valley Clovers The Shelton Valley Clovers 4-H Club met April 4 at the home of Susan Bloomfield. IL was reported that Patsy Miltenberger, Sharon Evers and Susan Bloomfield work- ed with Mrs. Evers on the Panhan- dle Lake Lodge March 30 to help get it ready foc camping. The members were reminded of the bake sale to be held Saturday from 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. a,t Tradewell. A committee consist- ing of Beverly Brown. Aleca Bud- dell. Barbara Brown. Susan Bloomfield and Sharon Evers is to make up signs to advertise the sale. The new meeting will be held April 18 at Mrs. Evers' home when all demonstrations must be com- pleted for final enrollment sheet, The meeting was adjourned, re- freshments erved and the follow- ing demonstrations given: Sharon Evers, "tIow to Frost and Deco- rate Cakes"; Carol Evers. "Suit- able Play Materials"; Aleca Rud- dell, "How to Make Good French Toast"; Bob Ruddell. "Different Ways of Making Orange Juice". PR E-SCHOOL PTA WILL MEET MONDAY There will be a Pre-School meet- ing at 8 p.m. Monday at the Pre- School. 1226 Bayview street. Mrs. Watt from the Public Health Dept. will talk followed by a question and answer period. Election of of- ficers will also be held. I'H L(.)(,)KING FOR _%. 100,000 I I I SAFE I00I00IVERS O to iell them about LOWER AUTO INSURANCE COSTS CALL YOUR MAN FROM HORTHWESTERH DICrK ANGLE ..... HERB Angle Agency 4th & RAILROAD I ANGLE PHONE 426-8272 I I I __ 8 * High School Spotlight * BILL LEDREW, ISR SENIOR, plans to attend Seattle Univer- sity in the fall. He has an unusual hobby for a boy--he likes to cook. Bill is a member of Honor Society. Bill LeDrew, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mel Morgan, will be graduating in June with the 1963 class at Irene S. Reed high school• Bill is a native Sheltonian having been born here May 8, 1945. He lives on Angleside with his parents and two brothers and two sisters. Bill has been accepted ut Seat- tle University which he will enter in he fall. He plans an architec- ture or chemistry course. To pre- pare for this he took trig, chem- istry, 2nd year German. civics and Honor's English this semester• Bill belongs to Matb and Rifle Club, FTA and Honor society. He is a member of the Saghalie staff and the ISR Tennis team. He is president of SL Edward's Catholic Youth Organization and teaches first grade Sunday school C] ass. We should have featured Bill as "Cook of the Week", One of his favorite hobbies is baking and he has been practicing on the all-time favorite, apple pie. Bill also col- NAVY MOTHERS CLUB REGULAR MEETING Navy Mothers Club will meet at 7:30 p.m. next Thursday at the Memorial Hall. Nomination of of- ricers will be held at this meet- ing. Navy Mothers will serve the Ki- wanis luncheon next Tuesday. TOTAL PERFORMANCE. BALAXIE 500/XL SPORTS HARDTOP YOU'LL KNOW WHY FORD SWEPT THE FIRST FIVE PLACES AT DAYTONA...WHEN YOUR'63 FORD IS STILL GOING STRONG YEAR AFTER YEAR F@RD Daytona's big, banked oval puts unbelievable stresses and strains on engines, steering gears and frames. The Fords that won at Daytona took all the punishment this famous track could dish out over 500 miles of grueling competition with- out missing a beat. In this toughest of all stock car events, mechanical failures claimed over fifty per cent of the starting field. But of twelve Fords entered, nine went the distance. Ford took six of the first ten places. Five-hundred-mile events like Daytona are a public demon- stration of t-oughness, reliability and sheer engineering excel- lence that are part of the new generation of Fords A test like this can't be duplicated on anybody's test!ng grounds--it's run right out in the open. Any car can enter. But only the car that has the best total combination of strength, balance, precision control and road-clinging suspension can win ... that's what we mean by total performance. Visit your Ford Dealer before you buy any other new car. Here's what you'll find: a new kind of total-car durability, a new ,kind of handling ability, a suspension that is startlingly smooth yet sticks to the road like tar. If you haven't driven one lately, you can't really know what a new Ford is like. Remember, if it's built by Ford, it's built for performance.., total, performance/ solid, silent SUPER TORQOE FOR 60 YEARS THE SYMBOL OF DEPENDABLE PRODUCTS INf. $1M PAULEY, 501 Railroad Ave. lects rocks, likes to draw and likes cars. Bill is 5'6' tall has bhle eyes and blond hair. He has attended Shelton schools except for his freshman and sophomore years• ORTHOPEDIC GROUPS MAKE PLANS FOR ANHUAL PENNY DRIVE DUE NEXT A preliminary 1)lanning meeting I Young; Rachel Knott Mrs. G. C. for the anmlal Penny Drive for Brewster; Sherilyn Byrd Mrs. the Children's Orthoped c hospital Melvin Matson and Mrs. \\;Villiam in Sea.tl.le was held recently in the home of Mrs. Joe Borek. Ma- son County AssoCiation Penny Drive chairman. Areas to be covered were as- signed to ttle various guilds and auxiliaries. Those present and the groups they represent are as fol- lows: A. B. Govey, Mrs. William Carlson ; Christmastown. Mrs. Jack Swanson: Mayme Bell Tay- lor. Mrs. J L Replinger: Georg- ine Reed. Mrs. Jim Gill,land; Green ColTunonwet]dh. Mrs. Ellqer Man- Re: Dorcas Myers SmitiL Mrs. Les Nell: Vicki Lee. Mrs. Arden Pierce: Rainier. Mrs. Jerry Stein: and Evergreen. Mrs. L. L. McInel- 1>. This state-wide fund raising pro- jeet of the Children's Orthopedic hospital in Seattle is held annual- ly from May 1-1.4. The envelopes are delivered to the homes on May 1 and are picked np again on May 14, Tile nloncy raised in Mason County is only a small portion of the anlount of free care given an- ]]nally to children of this county. WCTU Luncheon Meeting Held At Mrs. Bell's The Woman's Christian Tem- perance Union held its regular monthly meeting last Vriday at the home of Mrs. Blanch Bell be- ginning with a 1 p.m. no-host luncheon. Vice President Marian Johnson conducted the business meeting and had reports from directors• Mrs. Olive Quartier gave the de- votions. Mrs Nena Roberts re- viewed the lesson entitled. "Plants in Their Youth". Mrs. Hazel Barren reported on the increased consumption of li- quor in Olympia, during the per- iod of the legislature. Mrs. Ar- villa Wiley's topic was "You Don't Have To Drink" and Mrs. Nina Hudson read an article by Jim Bishop entitled "The Treasurer of 12". Mrs. Quarter will be hostess for the next meeting. PAST MATRONS PLAN SACK LUNCHEON Welcome Chapter No. 40 Past Matrons will meet at the Mason- ie temple for a 12:30 p.m. sack luncheon next Thursday. Interesting Speaker Sial@ For Republican Women's Luncheon Mrs. Virginia Shackelford of Tacoma. radio personality and student of world a f f a i r s. will speak to the members of the Ma- son County Women's Republican Club and their guests at the hm- eheon meeting of the group next Wednesday• The 12:30 p.m event will be held at the Colonial house. Mrs. Shaekelford's topic will be "Foreign Aid is all Iceberg." A special guest for the occasion will be Mrs. Edgar Eisenhower. al- so of Tacoma. A sale of articles on the "Po- sies and Junque Table". with Mrs Eber Angle as chairman, will pre- cede the luncheon beginning at 12 noon• Mrs. George G. Shacldeford, president of the county organi- zation, and Mrs, Harold C. Stir- ling, program chairman, planned this meeting that should be of un- usual interest to both men and women of Mason county. Reserva- tions are to be made by Monday with Mrs. Guy Norris at 426-6066. Mrs. L. L. MeInelly at 426-3198 or Mrs. MeKay at 426-4828. Birlhday Is Family Gel.Together Occasion Mrs. Careta Mutt was feted last Sunday afternoon in her home with a birthday dinner. Sixty- three guests were present for the occamon including all of the fami- lies of Mrs. Mutt's one daughter and five sons. Her brother and three sisters and other relatives came from various parts of the northwest to help with the cele- bration ill spite of bad weather• As in the past 13 years Mrs. Mutt shared the birthday cake with one of her granddaughters, Candy Mutt, their birthdays being only a day apart. VFW AUXILIARY BAKE SALE The Ladies Auxiliary to the Vet- erans of Foreign Wars will hold a bake sale this Saturday in the Safeway rtore. Violet Brumbaugh, ways and means chairman, is in charge. HOOD 8ANAL GARDEN CLUB TO HOST PENINSULA DISTRICT MEET TUESDAY" The Hood Canal Garden Club met last Thursday at the Hood Ca- nal Woman's elubhouse in Pot- latch. Plans were completed for the Spring meeting of the Olympic Peninsula District Garden Club's meet to be held at the clubhouse next Tuesday with Hood Canal Garden C!ub as hostess. Nine ehlbs comprising the Olym- pic district are Beach,embers. Bo- gachieI. Gardiner. Nordland. Hood Canal, Port Angeles. Port Town- send, Quilcene and Sequim Prairie with a total membership of near- ly 37O members. Registration Will begin at 9:30 a.m. Mrs. Gerald A. Hunt. Port Towrbsend District Director, will eondfict the business session be- ginning at 10 a.m. Mr. Charles Peck, Mason County Extension ag- ent will speak at 11:15 a.m. on Horticulture. The $1.25 plate hmcheon will be served by the Hood Canal Wo- man's club members under the supervision of Mrs. Ann Rowe, chairman. Luncheon reservations must be sent to Mrs. W. A. Leim- beck. I-Ioodsport, or phone her at 877-5333 by Friday. The afternoon program will be- gin at 1:15 p.m. The theme of the flower show 'will ,e "The Gaiety of Spring" with two divisions. Hor- ticulture and Decorative. Judges will be from. Cross Sound District, Bremerton. Presiding over the Country Store will be District Ways and Means chairman, lV[rs. Mattie Badklund. Decorating the clubhouse for the occasion will be under the chair- mansbip of Mrs, Maude Crosby, Shelton; tables, VIrs. Edith Kraus, Potlatch; favors, Mrs. Ilene Ager. All interested in Garden Club work and beautiful arrangements are welcome to attend. Other business of the club in- cluded election of officers for a two year term. New officers elec- ted were: President, Mrs. D. H. Pierce; first vice president, Mrs. Mattie Backlund; secretary, Mrs. E. H. Jenner; treasurer, Mrs. W. A. Leimbeck, New officers begin their term in September. Fund Raising Dinner Scheduled By BPW The Shelton Business and Pro- fessional Women's Club will meet at 6:30 p.m. next Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Mabel Burk. This will be a fund raising dinner. Members are asked to call Mrs. Burk for reservations. A complete report of the Heart Drive will be given during the evening. Marriage Licenses Applying for m'nTiage licenses at the Mason county Auditor's of- lice this past week were: Robert Allen West. 19, Puyallup, and Glenda M. Fintde, 17. Puyal- lap. Rodney O. Cardwell. 35, Taeo- ma. and Charlotte Cardwell. 32. Tacoma. Glen M. Griggs, 40. Sheltml, and Lena May, 33, Ashford. Kenneth M. Lamb 36. Tacoma, and Geraldine M. McLemore, 25. Tacoma. Clark S. Mansell. 38. Seattle. and Coffin, E. Cull, 47. Seattle. Eugene R. Benedict• 34. Shelton. and Bonnie L. Wyatt. 23. Shelton. Bert Wilbm', 38, Shelton, and Marilyn Mount. 22. Shelton. Children have more need of models than critics. Joseph 3ou- bert. PUPPIES _Can You Mon Are you ductlons to Thousands of items DrugTax--available customers--furnishe nual record. Come ask about Start saving tax PREP Rexall Second & Phone Copyright 196 1.%, Don't be a Gas As Iifile as sg.00 weekly after small down payment- • cuts gas and half • 4-cycle, 55 HP • no ability Don't Hmit yo ing to short gas dock- = Homelite you go twi every and oil. motive-type gasoline ture of gas a tests prove more power , speed,. • more dollar with a HOOD CANAL MARIHA AT UNION -- PHONE 898-2252 COME IN AND HA VE A FREE TRIAL RUN FOR i•:;ii:;[),ili!: Bordeaux PTA To Choose Year's Project The main topics for discussion at next ThUrsday's meeting of the Bordeaux A will be the choice of a project for the Year and the completion of p!ans for the Spring Ham Dinner to oe held May 1 The meeting will begin at 7"""' in the multi-purpose room °u ;PLm_" • Cla,- rooms will be open at 7 a.m. for class visitation. Two projects have been ,^oted for consideratmnb thee . s,., T H K N N E o, roun" A mulLi-purpose -Y - "• - e- - concrete slab to oe US.Q tot games and tennis and the possible clearing Phone 426-6940 St. Rt. 2, Box 137 Shelton, VCasl and graaing of the School r,,-, to .prowde add ttonal pla-- area." ..... These Six Shetland Sheepdog (Toy Collie) Be Ready To Go For Easter. They Are All Registered, Males, Three Females. Ready to Go About May 10 Will Be Registered Pomeranians, one Black, Two Sables and Some Registered Toy Fox Terriers. STUD SERVICE--Champion Shetland Sheepdog " Black Pomeranian - Toy Fox Terriers.