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1963 ' Edit0 r ial Even ts Marj Waters Phone 426-4412 Set Students at met last further plans ight party to Commence- 50 has been see lding. This in to Mr. SChool as soon taking an un- should let ght away. all drug de- are entitled? Can be listed. free to our you an an- in today and It's fxee. National Music Week On Agenda For Local Music Club in May The Sheiton Music Club wilt meet next Tuesday at 8 p.m. at the home of Mrs. A. V. Frank. 1339 Olympic Hwy No. Stravinsky and Russian musm. past and present, will be the program subject. There was a board meeting Ap- ril 15 at the home of Mrs. O. G. Erickson. president of the club. Mrs. R. W. Norvold reported on the activities of Junior Week. The group was informed by Mrs. Ralph Wagner, scholarship c h a it-man. that the applications for summer music camp scholarships will be available this week to those sut- dents interested. The 40th annual National Mus- ic Week will be May 5-12. Mrs. Bernice Stewart. chairman of the event, discussed her plans about programs on radio station KMAS and a display in the Shelton libra- ry. An invitation from the Capitol Music Club in Olympia to attend the District meeting of the Wash- ington State Federation of Mus- ic Clubs May 14 at the First Bap- tist church in Olympia was read and plans are being made to at- tend the dinner meeting. The Shelton Music Club is af- filiated with the State and Na- tional Federation of Music Clubs. SHELTON--MASON COUNTY 30URNAE- Published in =Uh,'fma," ' town, U.S.A.", Shelton, Washingtor .................. T,;, ........... , ........................... , , , High School Spotlkjht ROSEMARY STUCK has been accepted at Everett Junior college and will enter there next fall to prepare herself for a future in business. She has recently been getting practice in bookkeeping and office work by helping in the bicycle campaign at the Journal office. Rosemary Stuck plans to take] Rosemary is a member of Pep  FOE CARD PARTY a, business course at Everett Junior Club. During her sophomore year 0 ItIGII SCORERS NAMED college next fall. She has prepared she was on the Board of Control. High scorers at the FOE April herself with business law and She is a member of the Catholic .13 card party were Leona Ander- bookkeeping this year. She also is Yonth .Organization and will be St son and Robert Johnson. Second biology, literature and the senior princess on their Forest ore place winners were Viola Laugen studyingcivics at Irene S. Reed high school Festival float. and Ernie Swiger. Traveling pi- nochle Went to Elizabeth Butler and Tenna Stockwell. The next card party will be held April 27 at the FOE hall at the airport. C. Ragan ATTORNEY AT LAW Railroad 426-4642 The Removal Of His Office To TITLE INSURANCE BUILDING  122 RAILROAD AVENUE Shelton, Washington Telephone 426-2061 Open HOUse Monday, April 22, 1963 NNEY'S =k Up Now where she will graduate come June 7. Dm'ing her junior year Rose- mary decided it would be nice to go away to school. She attended St. Mary's Academy at Winlock her second semester. However, she came back to graduate with her class in her senior year Piano Students Participate In Olympia Auditions The Olympia Chapter of Wash- ington State Music Teachers' As- sociation presented its annual piano auditions April 8-10 in the Olympia high school. Adjudicator for the auditions was Ted Norman. professor of piano at the University of Wash- ington, He heard 170 students presented by 14 teachers. Shelton students participating were Margie Tylczak, Patsy Mil- tenberger, Cinda Clark. Peggy Roe Stevens. Beverly Rings, Chert Watson, Karolee Stevens. Buddy Tuson. David Steinberg, Gall Smith. Cinda VCatson, Pat McNeil. Pare Boardman. Patricia Stein- berg'. A recognition recital took place April 15 in the high school. Chosen by Mr. Norman to appear from Shelton were Pat McNeil and Pat Steinberg. LIMITED TIME OHLY our entire stock of 2 49 ' Foremost Jeans reduced HUSKY SIZE REGULAR SUN Proportion-Fit Sizes! True Western Styling! Hefty cotton denims up to 13"}6 oz. .styled ex- actly the way he likes 'em low on the hip, tight on the leg. Reinforced at all points of strain, Sanforized@, machine washable. Although she was born in a Bremerton hospital August 16, 1945, Shelton has always been her home. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Stuck who also attended ISR She has no brothers or sisters at home. This brown-eyed senior gal is 5'5" tall and 'has dark brown hair'. She enjoys swimming and skiing md spends some of her spare time tuffing papers at the Journal of- }ice on Wednesday night. She also has recently been getting some bookkeeping and office practice by helping with the Journal bicycle campaign. Past Presidents And Charier Members Feted By Eagles Auxiliary Shelton Eagleg Auxiliary No. 2079 honored Past Madam Presi- dents and Charter members April 9. Charter members in attendance were Bertha Lord and Clarice Flick. Past Madam Presidents present were Bertha Lord. Gertrude West- colt Clara Stuck, Charlotte Gard- ner. Dorothy gads, Opal Asche. Fk)rence Marler. E. Verl Jones, Novella Booth. Alice Herzog, Marie Lewis and Ruby Lorenzen. Tile occasion marked the auxili- :ry's 36th anniversary. A lovely birthday cake was presented in honor of the event. A surprise visit h'om tile Port Orchard auxiliary climaxed the evening. They came h'essed as hobos and livened up the party. A nice hmeheon was enjoyed by everyone following the meeting. Several members of the local auxiliary attended the Spring Con- ferenee in Bremerton April 8. Madam State President, Inez Rho- des, gave an interesting talk. Many other dignitaries were in atten- dance. April 11 District Deputy Marie Lewis made her official visit to Raymond accompanied by several members and their husbands who visited the aerie. Lunch was served by the men. Nomination of officers will be held at the local meeting next Tuesday Rebekahs Feature Easter Bonnets In April Meeting Ruby Rebekah Lodge No. 75 met April 10 for the Easter meet- ing'. After much deliberation the.. judges awarded the prizes for the best Easter bonnets to Willie Mae Landsaw and Hattie Ellison. The door prize was won by Grace Wells. Twenty-one members visited the Olympia Ruth Rebekah Lodge No. 17 April 10. Louise Rose won a prize for her Easter bonnet. Ruby Rebekah Lodge has been asked to seat the officers of Dis, trier No. 3 this Saturday in Taco- ma. At the April 26 meeting refresh- ments will be in charge of Helen Savage, Lodema Johnson and Francis Moake. Cassie Coble will be in charge of entertainment. Plans are being made for initi- ation May i0, Former Shelton Miss Is California Bride Miss Pamela Esther Thompson, daughter of former Shelton resi- dents. Mr. and Mrs. Malcom A. Thompson. was married March 30 to Mr. Gary Otis Taylor in Ander- son, California. Miss Thompson began her chool years here during the time er father was office manager for the L. M. Co. GOLDEN AGE CLUB NEXT THURSDAY The Golden Age Club will meet at 6 p.m. next Thursday at the Memorial hall for a potluck din- net'. Mar@ members missed the last meeting due to illness. About 45 attended. E CARD tRICK Special Buy! Bath Sets In Top Colors 27" round or 24" x 27" contour ........ 1.66 24" x 36" oblong.. 2.66 Lid cover ............ 66 Softest cotton pile With latex backing. Machine washable Baby pink, salt-and. PePper, white, yellow. Velvet brown. Colorful carter Rug! las rayon pile Ifoam- hafi. bathroom! Ma- White, green, pink, Johnsons Leave Today On Trip To Homelands Mr. and Mrs. John H. Johnson leave today by plane for New York on the first leg of a trip that will Lake them to Sweden and Norway. They will sail from New York on the liner I(ungsholm for Gothenbt|rg, Sweden. This part of the trip will take from 7-8 days. They will visit in Stockholm with Mr. Johnson's sister whom he has noc seen since she was a tiny baby. About the middle of May the couple will travet to Oslo. Norway then return to Stockholm. Their next destination will be northern Sweden. where they will visit Mr. Johnson's hometown. From there they will continue into northern Norway, where Mrs. Johnson has relatives. Tile couple will spend 5-6 months re-acquainting themselves with their homelands. Mr. Johnson has been in this country about 50 years, his wife. about 36 years. He recently retired from Simpson's Fiberboard Plant. School Board Members Speak To Iolans Iota Chapter of Delta Kappa Gamma. an edncational honorary far women teachers, lmld a hul- eheon meeting April 6 at the Colonial house. Twenty-five mem- bers were present. Mrs. Williams Jacobs. Jr., a soprano soloist, accompanied by Mrs. Irving Flotree', pvesented sev- eral songs in keeping with the Easter season. Mrs. Kenneth W. MarLig, Shel- ton, and Mrs. Mel Knox, Olympia, school board members, spoke to the group on strengthening re- spect for women's capabilities. Mounh00 To Head PTA Program Mountain View PTA will meet at 8 p.m. next Monday. The Moun- tain Rescue Council from Olympic college in Bremerton will give a program on mountain rescue. Brownie Troop 315 will lead the flag salute. Rev. Rings will give the invocation. The closing inspiration talk will be given by a layman, Rachel Knott Guild Meeting Tomorrow The April meeting of the Ra- chel Knott Orthopedic Guild will be held .this Friday at the home of Mrs. Harold Nordeng. Mrs. D. Grout will be co-hostess for the 12:30 hmcheon meeting. Mrs. Samuel Fritz will give a report on the successful Nekt to New sale held in March. i i SET SUMMER WEDDING DATE SUMMER WEDDING PLANS have been revealed by Miss Arlene Becker, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Lee Becket, Shelton, and Mr. Ran E. Parrish, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Parrish, Fresnop Calif. Miss Becker is an Irene S. Reed high school graduate and is emPloyed by the Twentietht Century Thriftway Food Store. August is the month chosen by the engaged couple for exchanging wedding vows. Marriage Licenses Applying for marriage licenses at the Mason County Auditor's of- fice this past week were: Robert Bierman, 21, Boonville, Calif. and Patricia CooR, 18, Bel- fair. Ronald A. Jones, 22, Olympia, and Donna Beham, 19, Olympia. Michael Dalton, 19, Port Ange- les and Leslie Long 18, Port Ante. geles. W. Gerald Byrne, 24, Shelton, and Judith A. Manke, 19, Shelton. Clifford E. I.Ann, 22, Shelton, and Faye E. Goodwin, 24, Shelton. 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TAX FOR BIRTH AYS MOTHER'S DAY ANNIVERSARIES HOUSE WARMINGS BECKWITH JEWELRY 129 Railroad TOTAL PERFORMANC00E: YOU'LL KNOW WHY SHE 00o.o DOESN'T FEEL THE BUMPS,..WHEN YOU TEST-DRIVE*FORD'S NEW qO,O00iO00 RIDE The 1963 Ford gives you a rlde every bit as,smooth as cars cost- ing hundreds more, and for two reasons: a revolutionary new suspension system.., and added road-hugging weight. It took ten million dollars to develop the new Ford ride. We designed a revolutionary new suspension system for the 63 Ford. Where ordinary suspensions move only up and down to absorb road shock, the Ford suspension moves backward as well. In this double-action suspension system, coil springs up front and leaf springs in the rear combine to give you firmness in cornering and a special smoothness over the road. We added weight, strength and stability. The new Ford is now actually hundreds of pounds more car than any other car in its class. This remarkable weight advantage is in the suspen- sion, frame, and body. And, as you know, this added weight means a more stable ride. But a solid, road-smoothing ride is only part of Ford's total performance story for 1963. Look how Ford swept the field ttlis year inthegrueling Daytona, Riversidb and Atlanta 500's and in the demanding Pure Oil Performance Trials. Only a car with total performance--the best combinational strength, balance, precision control, braking power and road-clinging suspension --could roll up so many wins. Before you buy any new car, test-drive a Super Torque Ford. If you haven't driven one lately, you can't really know what a new Ford is like. Make this important discovery--if it's built by Ford, it's built for performance.., total performance. FOR 60 YEARS THE SYMBOL OF DEPENDABLE PRODUCTS MOTOR COMPAHY solid, silent SUPER TORQUE F@RD JIM PAULEY, ING, 501 Railroad Avenue ii i i