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|i!) 3 p&apos;S" ......................... VFW Plans0pen MISS MANKE CHANGES NAME IN Lost Lake Folks OrT, roVE STARTS HERE COOKING, iN WH[ISE"KiI':00]'00iE00I?'")installation To=orrow MIORNING WEDDING CEREMONY ires 0fCounty Residents ir The Veterans of Foreign Wars and its auxiliary will hold a joint ................... ; installation of officers at 8 p.m. this Firday in the Memorial build- ing. The public is invited to at- tend. Mrs. Darrell (Josephine) Sparks will be installed as president ot the auxiliary and Frank Kekett as commander of the post. Refreshments will be served fol- i lowing installation, i ............................. i Former Shelton Woman l Enter ar= Ebibit A former ShelLoniat:, Mrs. Esther Johnson (nee Esther Botts) of EI- lensburg, has been invited by the Ellensburg branch of the Amerman Assoc. of University Women to exhibit paintings and art work at the 1963 Art Festival May 26 at the Lockwillow Gardens of Mrs. R. L. Rutter. Mrs. Johnson has chosen to dis- play a seascape in oil, a still life in pastels entitled "Earthen Ves- sels" and a sketch. It's A Date Today, Thursday, May 2 eeipe for Chocolate Pie calls for marshmallows , . Navy Mothers Club, 7:30 p.m., bars. It takes very httle kmtchen t me to Memorial hall. creamy dessert. With her in the picture is her Rotary Club hmcheon, noon, Ming Tree Oafe. * * * * * Olympic league baseball, Shel- to see the number lation as Honored Queen of Job's ton vs. Bainbridge, 3:50 p.m., Loop that are I Daughters has taken much of her Field. older more i time. She enjoys helping the group 40 & 8 Voitm'e 135 May pro- Kay I as much as possible. She also likes menadet dinner 7:00 p.m. Shelton Pie!to sew and garden. Motel, prom 8:00 p.m. Vets Club. calls for such' In addition to tile two girls, Banquet for top ISR seniors. YOU will have Kay and her husband, Randolph, Evergreen Auditorium, 6:30 p.m. it: MarshmaN have a son, Wayne, 16. Friday, May 3 and whipped * VFW Post and Auxiliary joint bulk of this CHOCOLATE PIE installation of oft..'ers, 8 p.m., Pie. 18 marshmallows Memorial building. girl, Janet, lf3 cup milk Saturday, May 4 Kay spent 4 chocolate ahnond Hershey bars Drivers license examiner. 10 with (irl (5c size), a.m. - 5 p.m., police station. Since her Melt the above ingredients in a Work party at new fair grounds ly, 3, came double boiler. Remove from heaL at airport, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. the Lime to and cool thoroughly. Jaycee seatbelt clinic, Third ann z as 2 pint whipped cream Cedar. ngs to her Fold the chocolate mixture into Sunday, May 5 ]s a member the cream and fill a baked pie Shelton churches invite you to chm, ch. shell. Sprinkle with chopped al- attend the church of your choice. Coming insLal- I mends. Work party at new" fair grounds at airport 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday, May 6 County commission's meeLing, 10 a.m., courthouse. Tuesday, May 7 Welcome Chapter No. 40 OES Social Club, 12:30 pJq., home ot Mrs. Clifford Wivell. Kiwanis Club luncheon, noon, Memorial hall. City commission's meeting, 2 p.m., city hall. Fred B. Wivell Post 31, Amer- ican Legion, 8 p.m., Memorial ball. Wednesday, May 8 Drivers license examiner, 1U a.m. - 5 p.m., police station. Methodist WSCS Joint Cireie meeting, 7:30 p.m,, fireplace room. Thursday, May 9 Rotary Club luncheon, noon, Ming Tree Care. , Golden Age Chlb, 12 noon pot- luck, Memorial hall. Belfair OES Rummage Sale, 10 a.m., Shelton PUD building. Plan to build or buy a home /;m ,  Shelton General lto,spital i{0.' 0wll, why don't you and =. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Bac, 324 |:1) wine let us help you finance it, NY' ' East 'T' street, a boy, Ap!l 28. Mr, and Mrs. John P. Everett, :  923 Roy street, a boy, April 30. Mr. and Mrs. John Ruymann, 218 No. First Street, a girl', April 30. . ......................... ]3AG LES ATTEND I:II:TH &ND  WASHING'rON OLYMPIA I N SHELTON  SEE: MANN  MANN REAL ESTATE AN EARLY MORNING WEDDING ceremony at the St. Edward's Catholic church April 20 changed Miss Judy Manke's name to Mrs. lerry Byrne. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Elmer Manke. He is the son of the late Mr. and make their home in Shelton. Biue majestic daisies and white stock b:nked tim altar at the St. Edward's church when Judy Man- ke and Jerry Byvne exchanged vows aud rings April 20. Tile aisle pews bold bouquets ef small blue and white daisies with a touch of yel!ow. Father Mark Weichmam performed 1he 10 a.m. ceremony. Miss Manke's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Ehner Manke. Shelton. The bridegroom is Lhe sen of the la.Ie Mr. and Mrs. Edgar L. Byrne. Mr. Manke escorted his daugh- ter down the aisle. She wore a gown of satin-backed crystaline styled with deep folds falling from the waist with a short ehaoel train. The lace covered bodice had a straight panel of lace down the front. A silk ilhsion veil was caught by a pillbox made of ma- terial nmi.ehing the dress and set, off with seed pearls. Mrs. Harry Coles of Union desigued and made lhe gown. The bride carried a yel- low-tlroated ore hid surrounded with lily-of-the-valley and hya- cii.h on a white prayer bet. Mrs. [Lay err. siyter of the bride. \\;Vies her 1]lalrotl of hohor. lle vvore S bell-Mlztpcd own of blue and green cotton aiJn pr nt covered with eopen blue .,qlk ova'anza She carried a nosegay of blue daisies and yellow rose" huds. A small veiled headpiece was topped v,ith blue and green vamegated flowers. Bridesmaid:a were Misses ao ,Iohnsen, and Diane Gooch. Sono- ms, Calif., and Mrs. Gene Robert- son, Tacoma. Their outfits matched the matron of honor's. They carried nosegays of blue dais- ies with a touch of yellow. Shannon and Shmm Byrne, nieces of the room, were flower girls dl eased in white dimity dress- es with sashes of material match- ink the attendant's dresses. Mark Manke ,the bride's nephew was ring bearer. Mike Byrne was best man for Mrs. Edgar L. Byrne. They will his brother. Dennis Carlson. Don Stoppler and Joe Monroe ushered. Mr. and Mrs. Pat Havens took charge of the music. Mrs. Manke's choice of attire was a dress and coat ensemble. Her dress was of orange and beige silk print with a beige coat lined in the dress matermI. She chose beige accessories. Her cor- sage was of brown and beige cymbidium with hyacinths. Tile bridegroom's sister, iVIrs. Bernie Harvey wore a royal blue cotton satin sheath dress with patent shoes and purse and white hat and gloves. Yellow rosebuds made up her corsage. The reception was held in the church immediately following tile ceremony. Bouquets of blue, white and yellow daisies graced the re- ception table. The fern'-tiered cake. baked and decorated by Mrs. A1.Petzold. was covered with sugar bells and roses and topped with the tradi- lionel miniature bride and groom. The cake was served by Mes- dames Charles and Virgil Manke. Mrs. Martha Witsiers and Mrs. Art Byrne. aunts of the groom, poured. Miss Mary Ann Heogerty, Milbrae. Calif.. attended the punch bowl Mis. Lee Hatch, Spokane, -v.q in charge of the guest book and Miss Linda Cheney and Carol \\;olden attended the gift table. For their wedding trip the newlyweds took in the San Fran- cisco Bay area and Reno. The new bride is a graduate of Irene S. Reed high school and attended Sealtle University. She is em- ployed as a secretary in the County Engineer's office. Her husband attended St. Martins high school and college and graduated from San Frmciseo College ot Mortuary Science. He is em- ployed at the Batstone Funeral Honre. They will make their home in Shelton. DISTRICT MEETIi IG  I. High School Spotlight Fourteen 'members ot Eagles Aerie 2079 and its Auxiliary at- tended the District meeting in EI- ma last Sunday. The men brought back the traveling trophy. D 0P'ENING AY -' FRIDAY -- SMUilDAY NOON UNTIL 5:00 P.M. ERJGY FREE REFRESHMENTS DOOR PRIZE See Demonsirahons of the Amazing STUDIO KNITTING MAGHINE , which we will have on display! HOUSE OF K.iT$ I mooth. Her plans for the future include further education at CWSC; Gall is a Jr. Princess of Job's Daughters, C;enlral \\;r'asllinglo n State col- an(t t=[ono]" Society representative lcge in l!]liensbug is Gau Lt,)\\;vn- on the Board of Control. 321 Cotg Street ;ed S P E C I A L OR MACHINE I... oz. NEEDLES accessories FEATURING: CUSTOM KNITTING KNITT'D GIFT ITEMS REYNOLDS YARN and KNITTING INSTRUCTION BOOKS REGAL RAM YARN lug's choice for edu<'.ation aft er Irene S. 'Reed high school next nofliil, (Jail ham not ;t,'q yet ll]<le a definite choice bet.ween busllleg8 t'dileation aud elenlentary teach- ing. Subjects chosen by Gall this year iuclude ,]om'nalisln. ei\\;qcs, shorthand, literature and soci)l- ogy. Gall is a member of Honor So- ciety, FTA and Pep Club. She is prograln ehait'man for Girls' Club furthering bet She is active in the Methodist raduation from Yout:h Fellowship. Gall is Jr. Princess of Bethel No. 37, Order of Job's Daughters. She lists read- ing as lter only hobby, Newport. Wash., was the birth- place of this week's senior in the spotliglt. Feb. 12. 1945. was the date. She fs the daughter of Nh'. and Mrs. Carl Downing, Hillcrest. A brother, 15. and a 5-year-old sister complete the Downing fanr- ily. Gall is 5"6" tall. and has blue eyes and light brown hair. Enjoy Spring Activities By Doris Hickson LOST LAKE.----My! Hasn't the weather been great ? Just right for working in the garden and "put- tering" around in the yard. Slow as it might have been spring is finally here. And this is just the  kind of weather that gives every- one "Spring Fever" and the people of Lost Lake are no exception. '. ;:::; Everything out there is so beauti- ' ful they feel they must keep it :::: that way. ' ..... As you look out eross the lake you may see a few ducks swim-! ruing around, a fish jump and make a small splash as he catches a water bug. Look! On the other side of the lake there are two children playing with their dog. In the background you can see all of mother's flowers in bloom and a cat sleeping on the window sill. while mother works in her flower bed. Jim, Barb and their new son. Scott Burwell. of Portland will have the opportunity to join in on all the excitement because they are out visiting the Don Saeger fam- ily this week. KATHY SAEGER probably took advantage of this nice weather too. when she had Owen. Ann. Rieky nd David Bvo ,,vev , holn her celebrate her 15th birthday, bunday. Mr. and Mrs, Freeman have kept up their spirit for fun and exercise throughout the winter by bowling and it has paid because on Saturday evening at the Bowling Dinner, Mrs. Freeman received a trophy for the high women's series and Mr. Freeman will be next year's president of the league. Home Lighting Is Subject Of Extension Speaker A basic lesson in ways to im prove honre lighting is being of- fered by the Mason County Exten- sion.Service to the teachings ot the Washington State University Specialist, Miss Arlean Pattison Tuesday. This lesson is open to the public and will be held in the Extension office conference room in the basement of the Post; Office, Shelton, beginning at 11 a.m. and continuing through until 2 p.m. Those attending will be asked to bring a sack lunch. Miss Pattison has a long back- ground of experience with housing and equipment and will be teach- ing some of the ways that light- ing in the home can be improved with very little cost. She will also give an understanding of the dif- ferent types of lights available on the modern market She is a Washington State Agricultural Extension Service Specialist whose responsibility s in the fields of teaching housing, honse planning, and household equipment. Mat/oc00 Logger Featured In US/A Fi/m For Far East Frenk Brehmeyer. Simpson i Timber Company highelinrber at Camp Grisdale may soon become a TV star in the Middle East. Brehmeyer, who lives at Mat- lock. last week was filmed at work and home for a six rninute pleee of "Images of Life". a new TV series being produced by the U.S. Information Agency for showing in the Middle East. It's a series ' showing various types of jobs in America and part of our overseas information program. The nar- ration, of course, will be in Arabic. A director ft, om New York and camera crew from Seattle spent Thursday and Friday at Camp Grisdale shooting scenes of Breh- meyer topping a tree and per- forming other parts of his job. They also took several general log- grog scenes: On Saturday, the crew arrived at Bretmeyer's farm at 6 a.m. to shoot scenes of him tending his registered anaus herd and othe, scenes of his family. Then they traveled to Oyehut for clam dig- 2'ing scenes. Last whiter, a USIA man visited Camp Grisda.|e and talked to reh- meyer for to hours gathering script material. The director from New York came out a month ago to talk to Brehmeyer some more and to scout locations. OES SOCIAL CLUB MEETS ON TUESDAY Welcome Chapter No. 40, Order of Eastern Star Social Cl,,b will meet next Tuesday at 12:30 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Clifford !\\;Vivel. 508 No. 6th street, lrs. ', Tom Rowe will be co-hostess. PRETTY SHOES are a desire of every little (and big) girl's heart. Kathy Petty, age 9, is no exception to this rule. Thangs to the Children's Orthopedic Hospital in Seattle Kathy will some day be able to wear just as pretty a shoe as her mother. Mrs. Mary Ells, can find to buy for her. Kathy was born with crooked bones in both of her feet. Since the age of two she has been making trips to the Orthopedic hospital (often 2-3 times a month) where she has been fitted numerous times with casts. She has had to wear special shoes all of her life. Last June, Kathy underwent corrective surgery. She is scheduled for more surgery as soon as school is out this year. Even then Kathy will still have to look forward to surgery at least two or three more times before she can start shopping for those pretty shoes. Kathy is just one of 23 Mason county youngsters treated at the Children's Orthopedic hospital last year. A total of $10,851 worth of free care was given these youngsters. Each year Orthopedic Guilds and Auxil- iaries sponsor the annual Penny Orive to help reDlaee these funds. The local drive started yesterday and continues through May 14. Members of local Auxiliaries and Guilds will be leaving the fa- miliar brown envelope with a heart on it at homes in the commun- ity and will return in two weeks to pick them up. ............................................................ m-- A jet vacation-for- two in romantic Nassau .,,,flus... the Gibson Appliance of your choice! 1,000 Grand Prizes! Check your Gibson Lucky Number Coupon in April 19th LIFE mag- azine--or come in and pick a Sealed Lucky Number! Lem Warren Retrigeration Phone 426-2445 2nd & Cots Street It's the Service After The Sale That Counts t WANTED = . e DINERS WHO DESIRE EXGELLENT ,OUiSI00E e WHO WISH TO BE- PAMPERED BY OUR --Our Specialty-- Ghar.Broiled Steaks Seatood I Ghicken COCKTAI S In The Liars Den ...... . m PHONE 877-5388 for reservations if desired SE00VlGE Dine over the water in the Panoramic Dining Room at , . , L00KE GUSHMAN RESORT Dining 6 't, il 10 p.m. Dancing Every Night Group Luncheons and Dinners 4./18-25 2t m L ....