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May 9, 1963

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Y 9, 1963 SHELTONMASON COUNTY JOURNAL-- Published in "Chrstmastown, U.S.A.", Shelton, Washington ' ii ' I r ll' pl i i - ' /_ i i i , i i , i in i Hill ,I I I n I I I, II I I O'rn e Attend Wedd" onn Of Good F'nend In Naches ,. ,l'mam"", .soo00,,.g o /A rll/ralnG Beams ncaoem uanmnales n Osten quet at South Side Grange on some good entertainment. M'. and Mrs. Earl q'el'rcll had .... t . and Mrs. Leonard Tuesday. Lucky gals even came i We were pleased to hear Mr. 1 dinner with their friends, Mr. at/all For the. zirsc dime .m seven Youfi men interested in com- .: d whf... . chri home with some money .... Elaine i and Mrs Noggle. moved into their Mrs .... Wolfe of Lakewoo(l on Sun- months wasningcn's- . ]raid-tel. ,tiu , a n|r . :   h-. "*;,,," ,.end at h laches. They even brought home a trophy. !new home thin past week, ! day. The Wolfe's also had friends uua!l Lint. *a go, e suave ..the i service academies in 1964 can aD- wecldin o ;  from Seattle in for the week end numoer Kie in the corresponding' ' " - Y--- g-  a very : Allyn residents were pleased toi Mr. and Mrs. Sam Clements . ......... " ...... ,. , , . ... ply now Senator Warren G. Mag- ;',]le Hayes. Their ! see the new launderette open for i svent the week end in Puvallun i Jvrs: Nona mHey went co Ta .... ,u,_y ,q ,.  ...... susan, D., Wash., reported today. _z.u With his aunt business this past week end. Best i ,,. .... a .... T ....... ,: ] coma to spend the day last Satur- wasmngwn ate. -au:o w n.mz . slid Mrs Earl An- of luck to then] i'n '='::."i' :,','; "'.^:vet day " Roy A. Betlacn said tansy tnac Magmson said those between nYl_ ok, _.formerlY t First aid classes will stai.t May ]just recently returned home after i Master Danny Beeson celebrated April's,49affc 2ttahte. Wein 17 and [22 yea:s,of age w,.ll be LS  ...... ' 114 from 7:30-10:30 p.m. at the, spending several months m Cah-I hs thsrd buthday last Thursday. A,,,q  ]o ..... r rowewr ev-n * ...... -. ........ ;.*- ..... ,-o 1 'tuparencs, vlr:, room next to the Fire Hall. If you; fornia and Arizona. [ He had several friends over for ='',, '=.,:::= "th-.qt, te'. 1.q63 ;n '*':'"'::,t',:d'h: h:":',i a g Mr. ann are interested lease come or con- cake ann me cream to celebrate ..... rift Jo .... , ,.^ P t :Mr. and N[rs. James Van OstenI ............ toll for the first four months of Serwce Comnusmon, July 8 in I ....... ' "  tact Howard W nn CR 5 2428 '  Those atenmng ]ms occamon . . . , .ltecl daughter nd Y ' - " I and daughter, Karen, went to ........ r,._ . r..,,. ,t... the year is still down 21 from the 27 Washington cities. and Kenn- Craw Donatmns for the Fast Aid Ca Seattle last Tuesday to have din- I ...... same permd o 1962 - . " " " e tJavey ngman, Km an mrnes " Graces attained will be used as for Fire Department thin past nor and see the Ice Follies to cel - f . tr fic .... .... t, ,,., x,. ,a ,. o  .-o *hh. ,, .......... ,, Beeson, Holly Vasbmder, Karen Mason County had no . af a guide m selecting appointees to a,,_Sa_rg_ent, als Uhey, Mr. and Mrs. Gotlib Stack. to help celebrate were Mr. and Van OsLen and Donnys starer, deat{s durngApml.Accormugnl xtre U.S MilitarYTACademy, U.S. vay hom .q,m Mr. and Mrs. Wes Gmffey ha ,. -,-=- *y-,'.- .... . ..... ?,, :M[r and Mrs Earl Terrell and figures, the county also had no Academv and the U S. Merchant d - ........ " dinner with Jerr,'s mother in avtrs. Jewel van oscen.  wanner- .. " " - - ............ ""  [--" "e-r "- " - - " "" o visit Mr , . . _:J II ... v, 1 tie W - rorted Mr. ann Mrs. ceve tsoyce went teans in Ap/ll o] ttt, y o.. Marine Academy, mag]uson sara. fler " Port Orchard. They saw XllmS : u ,,,  t  " e son. !,,.. ,. . ,.. ..... +.-., ! **r r, ............ ,^ ,.__. to Wenatch e fo.t the parade on Chief Betlach said speed, fail- A voun man who is interested, ,'e somy co around Mason Lake area. Their Russ Schfllinger of Victor is m co,, " ure to ymld the mght of way and who m a legal resident of Wash- fwynn was in daughter, Rita Gffey. went to the hospital after an accident at "  eWdays. We Packwood on an outing and had home on Saturday, .April 27. I-Ie - ,u eelmg her- dinner aL Chehalis. PAGe. 13 ,i n iiii in iii i i iiiii i i driving while intoxicated lead the was playing ball with . his .family b- _r- t, .... __ liSties. Thef cauSeSpatrolinChiefthe Aprilurged traged-motor. __ j Mrs. Dorothy Griffey attended a when he was struck m the eye -/ }/k@ rOCK of Altyn bowling tournament at Port. Or-]and caused a serious injmT. The //-xj ention at Ocean chard with her brother. ] doctor says his condition is good f] 0 __W"-V "[   nesday. I WE HEAR Job,s Daughters] as can be expected, but he:will ,., ,.t,  a_walcyzk, Mrs. Luau was wonderful. The hulal have to lie preetly still fo sev- I ,',WA$I NTON ] rs. Barbara dancers were adorable Those of oral days and not even roll over. :'''." "   "/ cir.., bowhng" ban- you who missed it really missed [ We hope all, will be okay for,him. '  ............ ists to check their speed and to check their automobiles for defec- tive equipment in preparation for the season of increased travel which lies ahead. ington State, and will be a high school graduate by June, 1964, may write directly to Senator Magnuson, Room 127, Senate Of- flee Building, Washington 25, D.C. for authorization to participate in the Civil Service Examination Ju- ly 8. DON'T BE HAitD of iiEARHHG FREE HEARIHG TESTS Hearing Glasses Ear Level Aids Body Type Aids FRO Cords - Batteries - Repairs 89 Only SER.-FIT-CH G,,I M PORT Free Hearing Tests THURS. 12 to 6, FRI. 9 to 6, SAT. 9 to Noon SHELTON HEARING AID CENTER 1 211 Cota St. Shelton, Wash Ph. 426-8612 oTd DOUBLE SPRING EVENT h,t.st.one u00.are % 24 puece beginner set for.8 . i /',\\;\ (8 DINNERS 8 CUPS S SAUCERS) J A\\;\\ .. P ,, ,.. ou,,.,.. ' ...... / ECORATED I I /tt/1 95 ...,,. I : a llll/l OPEN STOcK VALUK II IJJl"'" = ) on all open stock r / Sale ends May 11 QIFTWARE FOR MOTHER il! 8one China Cups & Saucers v... , aterns to Choose from --- $125 Lenox China and Gifl Line Flower Arrangements $2 to $795 eVere 1 qt. Double Boiler-- $788 u00l, Doll Pajamas J, . i. M0th0r'00 Dau and 9ummor 0oiIons 5.95 Io 7,95 ....... To give and to gather.., cotton fash- ions beautifully designed for now and summer living, Choose for yourself, gift Mother, from our array of smart sheaths, superb shirtwaists, beguiling bouffants, low prices are an added de- light. Golions. Jerseys- Dacrons $10.95 Io $14.95 BETTER DRESSES 17.95 to 29.95 REGULARS, JUNIORS AND HALF SIZES BENEATH L IT ALL,,, LOVELY ingerie J And it's never been as lovely as this season's! Choose Now from ,among: Half slips ............ $4 Full length slips $4 Fancy briefs ._ $1.65 l| APRONS 69' to']29 Fancy Nylon, polished Cottons and Organdies WAIST COVERALL COBBLE HANKIES Linens - Lace trim Bright Prints, embroideries, and linen initials 39:' to '2 I Ship'n Shore" embroidered blouse in full flower 4.OO Colorful tulips. Box tucking. Button-back. What suit could ask for more? 65% Dacron polyester and 5% cotton: easy-care. White, pastels. 30 to 40. TABLE LAMPS all types from $5,95 ROCKERS Early American Danish Traditional $24,50 up Seamless H 0 S E to '1 NECKLACE and E A R R I N G S $1.00 and $2,00 ea, LAWN FURNITURE Chairs - Chaises from $4.98 and $10.88 lUl $2.98 to $8.98 Assorted COSTUME PINS $1 and $2 each MATCHING EARRINGS $1 and $2 each OUI TEL:PHONE  ""k' of Shelton 426 8215 @ A subsidiary oi' P. N. HirsChMercantile & Co. -  ! . Formerly Lumbermen's __ .  t | Shirt and  Straight : Skirt in POOLSIDE PASTELS Easy.care eottous basking in a glow of sunny new pastels! The Provence Provincial print sleeve- less broadc]otl shirt doubles as an overblouse with its new loose fit and slfirt-tail hem. With it, Whi}e Stag's famous slim skirt in Sanforized-Plus Rivier& Cloth with side ipper and deep back kick pleat, Provence Shirt?.. $5.00 $8.00