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PAGE ]6 . . SLTON--MA0N CO ,10TRNA1b " Published in ':Chrinf-ma.gtomi, [J.q.A.", he]ton, Washington Gold Star Mothers Convention Held in Vancouver The annual state department convention of Washington-Idaho Gold Star Mothers was held April 16-1.7 in Vancouver. Mrs. Howard Hor, Department President, opened the forrnal business meet, ing at 1:30 on Tuesday. Reports of officers and committees were featured for this session and at 5 p.m. Mrs. Thelma Burlingame of Olympia, Department Chap- lain, conducted the impressive me- morial services for the Mothers and Dads who had died during the past year. 1 Chapter Past Presidents met at 7:30 Wednesday morning for breakfast. At the business ses- sion following the breakfast, of, fleers for the coming year were elected; Installation of officers took place at 6 p.m. Wednesday and a 7 p.m. banqnet concluded the convention. I Attending from ShelLon were ]vIrs. W. S. Rempel and Mrs. Grace Holt and from Olympia Mrs, Thel- ma Burlingame and Mrs. Clara Megiveron, president of the Olym- pia Chapter. Mrs. Burlingame was re,elected as chaplain for the corn- i ing year and Mrs: Grace Hell was elected and installed as recording  Secretary, The Olympia Chapter received an award for its generous :Contributions to the five Veterans Hospitals in the state. Ninety-one mothers attended the conventibnl SOHOOL MENU ..... Week of April 29 - May 3 MONDAY -- Grilled Cheese sandwich, vegetable soup; cher-' ries, milk. TUESDAYWiener wink, po- tato salad, vegetable wedges, chocolate cake, milk .... WEDNESDAY--Chili con car- he, hot buttered eornbread, car- rot and celery sticks, pumpkin pudding with whipped cream, milk. TH U RSDAY -- Barbecued tur- key on a bun, buttered carrots, fruit salad, milk. FRIDAY -- Macaroni and cheese, sugar peas, party sand- wich, ice cream bar, milk. Supplement your child's diet with Plenamins from INSTALLATION HIGHLIGHT OF ZONTA MEETING NEW OFFICERS were installed at the recent Jim Needham, treasurer; M?s. C. K. Hicks, board Mason County Zonta meeting held at the Colonial member. Back row, board member, Mrs. Lee Kiefe( House. Pictured are front row, Mrs. Del Cole, and Mrs. Elmer Smith. Mrs. Elbert Trexler, sec- vice president; Mrs. Forrest Green, president; Mrs. retary, was absent because of illness. The Colonial House was the setting for a dinner meeting of the Shelton-Mason County Zonta Club April 18. .Past president, Rosie Smith con, ducted impressive initiation eerie- monies as the club .welcomed five new members. Receiving honors were Charlotte Denniston, Lucile Blake, Lueille McBride, Dee Gray and Lillian Updike: ,. Susie Pauley, also a Past Pres- ident of the chtb, presided when President lone Green, vice presi- dent Helen Cole, secretary Mary Trexler, treasurer Anvina Need- ham and directors Mary Smith, El- sie Wilson and Isabel Hicks were installed in/their new offices for Outstanding service performed by her committee, service being the object of Zonta. A boaz'd and business meeting will be held May 6 at the home of Jane Windsor on Arcadia road. ON HONOR ROLL Four Shelton students, Carolyn straight A's for the quarter. Myers and GeraId Spiker, were listed on the winter quarter honor roll at Central Washington State College, Eilensburg. Miss Edwards had a 4.0 grade point average or straigh A's for the quarter. ACCEPTED BY WSU Job's Daughters Seattle Trip Enjoyed By All Members of Jobs Daughters Bethel No. 37 and new girls in- itiated into the group enjoyed a recent trip to Seattle. Lnnch, shoppfng and an academy award winning show were on the agenda. Initiation for new members was held April 2. Wilma Boldue and Sue Woods were welcoomed in. Gall Downing received "Jobie of the Month" bracelet for best initiatory work. PreppsR .............. ' exall the ensuin year. Betty Kiefer, the outgoing pres- ident, was presented a gift by her 133 RR, Phone 426-4642 ......... club members. Elizabeth Simpson received the Service Award for Mary L. Tobler, Shelton, has been accepted for admission to Washington State University for the 1963 Fall Semester, the school gaid this week. I I I I I I I llll I I'M I I L (,)(.) KIN G F OR ...... 100,000 SAFE DRIVERS, O to tell them about LOWER AUTO INSURANGE GOSTS CALL YOUR MAN FROM NORTHWESTERN DICK ANGLE.----HERB Angle Agency ANGLE 4th & RAILROAD PHONE 426-8272 I I The Jobs Daughters Ham Din- ner, which was Honored Queen Paula's working project, was held last Saturday at, the Masonic Temple. It was well attended. A bake sale has been planned for this Saturday. Jobies have been invited to put on the opening and closing cere- monies for the Masons at the regu- lar' May 4 meeting. May 5 Janet Estvold will be in- stalled as Honored Queen. Her theme will be "Wishing Well". Mrs. oeffinbaugh Heads County PTA Council Mrs. David Deffinbaugh was elected 1963-64 president of the Mason County PTA Council at its election held last week aL the regular meeting held in the Ever- green school. Also elected to serve with her were: 1st vice pres.. Mrs. Vince Himlie; 2nd vice pres.. Mrs. John Johnson, Belfair; sec. Mrs. Albert Luhm, and treas., Mrs. John Dent- son ,Hoodsport. Marvin Christenson, Juvenile officer for Mason county, gave an interesting talk on juvenile prob- lems. He also discussed the curfew law for juveniles and the status of the law as it now stands. The council voted to again spon- sor a boot]T at Forest Festival. It was reported that each PTA unit is sending a representative to State PTA Convention in Belling- ham. May 7-9. 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PER MONTH *Monthly payments based on rnanufacturer's suggested retail prices for enr ,::i'ns gschhaW;e s elldfW;ePr: ylma as ;Is ;;idd a DJoEe smr: ihnur Jr00atWnt ;i noqrumpe/ leot, transpo/tatioa, insurance, state and local taxes, if any. SHELTOH MOTOR 0 I ill 233 S. First St., Shelton, Wash. SEDANS-Classic 550 2- neuNO Door Sedan has full room for six 6-footers. Rambler SEAT OPTI0 ! extra-value features. 4-- COMPACT WHERE A C RAMBLER 6 o,V.8 Local Woman Elected To Altend Convention Four women from the Mason County area attended tte Tall Timber Girl Scout Council meet- ing which was held in Centralia last week. There were Mesdames Fred Hohn. Ernest Malloy, James Gilliland and Selden VandcrWegen. Mrs. VanderXregen was elected as one of the three Council dele- gates to attend the Girl Scout Na- tional Convention to be held in Miami, Florida, next October. Mrs. Holm was elected as an alternate delegate. New Leaders For VFW Post Named Frank Kokell. was elected Com- mander of VFW Post No. 1694 at its regular meeting last Friday in the Memorial hall. Also elected were Herbert Nel- son, Sr. Vice; Orrin Brumbaugh, Jr. Vice; Ernest Campbell, Clap- lain; Robert Springer, Post Sur- geon; Jim Haines, Advocate, and Ernest Malloy, 3 yr. Trustee. They will be installed at a joint installation with tlle "Auxiliary May 3. This is an open meeting and the public is invited. At the teenage dance April 20 James, Dick Bell and Frank Hud- son. TO HEAD MAY DAY FESTIVITIES--Queen May Day Festival to be hpld at the Linda Trotzer and her King, Scott Puhn, will Highlight of the festivitie will be be the center of attention at the annual Southside Maypole dance. LINDA TROTZER, Society Editor Marj Waters Phone 426-4412 RACHEL KNOTT GUILD PREPARING FOR OOMING ORTHOPEDIC PENNY DRIVE The Rachel Knott Orthopedic Gulld held its April 19 luncheon meeting at the beautiful new home of Mrs. Harold Nordeng on Hood Canal with Mrs. Bea Grout as I co-hostess. Mrs. Les Shelver, president, con- ducted the business meeting. Af- ter the secretary and treasurer's reports committee chairmen gave their reports. Mrs. Grover Brew- ster distributed the envelopes for the Penny Drive whie starts May 1 and runs through May 14 when the envelopes shouId be picked up by Guild members. Mrs. Samuel Fritz, chairman of the Ways and Means commitee, gave her 'report on the successful "Next to New Sale". Rather than send the clothing left from the I sale to the Orthopedic Thrift Shop l in Seattle i,t was taken to Mrs. I Roy Kimbel's basement aL her I suggestion, where anyone wishing" I to look the articles over may con-I tact a Guild member to go out and see them. It was voted to send $550 to the Orthopedic hospital in Seattle. The members thanked Mrs. Fritz for the efficient way she organized the preparation and actual sale itself. Mrs. Harry Deegan and Mrs. Harold Nichols were awarded a record player and resort type hat respectively. Mrs. Harry Deegan, chairman of Shelton Lodge Of Royal Neighbors Hosts Convention The Royal Neighbors of Ameri- ca of the Olympm Dstrict met pril 17 at the Odd Fellows Hall 'in Shelton for the ammal con- vention. Sheldon lodge was host- ess to about 60 women. State Supervisor Christine Port- er was a guest along with Depu- ties Wanda Alguard. Bremerton; Nelly Oen. Quilcene, and Freida Church of Port Orchard. Shelton members who are dis- trict officers are: Ruth L. Moore, oracle; Viola Laugen, recorder- receiver; Willie Quinn, outer sen- tinel; Stella Booth, musician. The Shelton escort team was made up of Elizabeth Zeitler, Rose Laugen, Phyllis Haney, Gerry Himlie, Bon- ita Williams and Patti Quinn. Corsages were presented the of- ficers by Mrs. Ida Butler, The afternoon was spent in School of Instruction with different camps putting on the work. Talks by the State Supetwisor and the Deputies were given. Entertainment was provided by the Amaranth Choir of Shelton. The 1963 convention will be at Olalla. DISTRICT DEPUTY MAKES OFFICIAL VISIT I the Nomination committee, an- nounced the slate of officers for the coming year: Mrs. Pearl Dutcher, president; Mrs. Chuck Rowe, vice pres.; Mrs. Harold Nor- deng, see.; and Mrs. Herb Rotter, treas. The May 17 meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Chuck Rowe with Mrs. Veto. Baker as co-host- ess. + It's A Date Today, Thurs., April 25 Golden Age Club, 6 p.m., pot- luck at Memorial hall. Rotary Club luncheon, noon, Ming Tree Cafe. i Evergreen PTA, 8 p.m., school auditorium. Mason Co. Democratic Central Committee, 8 p.rh., courthouse. Shelton Rock and Mineral So- ciety, 7:30 p.m. PUD auditorium. Shelton Jayettes, 8 p.m., home of Mrs. Bernie Dorcy. Mt. Moriah Masonic Lodge called communication, 7 p.m., Masonic Temple, conferring two third de- grees. Friday, April 26 SEY Club potluck meeting 6 p.m.. church basement. Ruby Rebekah Lodge, 8 p.m., IOOF hall Sturday, April 27 FOE Card party, 8 p.m., airport hall. Drivers license examiner, 10 a.m.-5 p.m., police station. Salty Sashayers Square Dance Club, 8:30 p.m., Memorial hall. Third annual Shelton Invita- tional high school track meet. Loop Field Preliminary eliminations 1:30 p.m.. finals 7:30 p.m. Final day of Journal subscrip- tion campaign. Sunday, April 28 Shelton churches invite you to attend the church of your choice. Monday, April 29 County commission's meeting, 10 a.m.. courthouse. Tuesday, April 30 Mason Co. Homemakers Assoc., spring meeting, 10:30 a.m.. Prog- ress Grange hall. Dirt Dobbers Garden Club. 10 a.m.. PUD bldg. Kiwanis Club luncheon, noon, Memorial hall. City commission's meeting, 2 p.m., city hall, Wednesday, May 1 Bordeaux PTA ham dinner, 5- 7:30 p.m., at the school. Hillcrest Homemakers Club, 10 a.m., home of Mrs. Clarence Cor- nell. Drivers license examiner, 10 a.m. -5 p.m. police station. Thursday, May 2 Navy Mothers Club, 7:30 p.m., Eagles District Deputy Marie Memorial hall. Lewis made her official visit to Rotary Club lnncheon, noon, South Bend last Thursday. Dist- Ming Tree Cafe. rict 2Vrother Veona Fisher also at- Daughters of Pioneers, 2 p.m., tended, home of Mrs, Jess Daniels. Mothers, here's the.easy way to + give chi/dren mu/t/-v/tamins/ Delicious; Orange Flavored V|6RAN *2 9e Prepp's Rexall Store 133 Railroad Avenue MAY DAY FESTIVAL May 5 is the date set for the annual Southside May Day Festi- val. The program will begin at 1 p.m. at the school. Linda Trotzer and Scott Puhn have been chosen by the student body to reign over the event. The general chairman for the festival is Mrs. Lynn Wilson; pro- gram chairman, Doris Jackson; music chairman, Dick Endicott; decorations, Katherine Bracy; Kit- chen, Veta Holtorf and Betty Johnson; publicity, Thelma Puhn; ribbons, Marie Neal; guest book, Busy Belles 4-H Club; clean-up, Margaret Bacon; grounds and par- king, Don Wilson and the Time Watchers 4-H Club. The puhlic is invited to attend. Belfair WWI Vets Change Meet Date The regular meeting of Belfair Barracks No. 2778 WWI Veterans and its Auxiliary will be held this Sunday instead of the first Sun- day in May, the usual meeting date. The meeting will be held at the Belfair Masonic Hall starting with a potluck lunch at 1 p.m. Plans will be mtde for the District meeting to be held May 19 in Bel- fair. Those who plaE community gram are hot dogs and family and their. ve,are and the dinner will the public. take their .hot the kitchen starts. The lower a colorful Ring". 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