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f 1963 o Ch7.ctma. town, U.S.A.", Shelton, Washing.on I-WLTON--MA,:,0N COUNTY JOURNAI-- Published in " "' s PAGE 15 Y of lS now in 5-12 has National Clubs as a ' all who par- ) music. 21ub spon- Mrs. O. of the Stewart Week Club wishes helped to sful in Public Li- display in repared by Cluh has aware of the local Week ast Sunday. To Dance Dance Dance will be 8:30 p.m. at and for the er e st ed in contact Carl amakers Anniversary D. Nuna- With an Hill event )red cou- ames and serve par- and :ee sisters, were guests who S age licenses off- Auburn, Shelton. and Phoenix, :2, Brem- ) o Hear )ort Wo- Thurs- with as luncheon of new Hood the the zraa, will :RVICE 46.3172 kES "426-4832 PUmps APPliance s tee s leveling BOby Social Even ts Society Editor Marj Waters Phone 426-4412 LUCiLLE SPEEGE AND CHARLES WRIGHT NEW LAUREL ,COURT AMARANT8 OFROERS Two Local Nurses Attend Convention Held In Spokane The 58th annual convention of the Washington State Nm'ses As- sociation is being" held in Spokane May 7-10 at the DcvenportHotel. Edna Loughnan. president of District 22. has announced two professional nurses from Shelton are attending this convention. They are Betty C. Townsend RN. newly elected president, and Nan- ey Cunningham. RN. These two nurses will go as voting delegates. I Any registered nurse licensed m this state and belonging to her district ]nay attend with a regis- tration paymenU The theme o; the convention is "What's Happening to Nursing?" The president of XVSNA. Helen Hanson, will be presiding. One of the speakers will be the president i of ANA. Her subject will be "The ] Changing Role of Nursing in Com- munity Service". Dr. William Bar- ber, Dean. School of Education. Gonzaga will speak on "Role Change in Nursing --- a Research Point of View". Local nurses are looking for- ward to hearing a report on the convention at a 6:30 p.m. potluck meeting next Tuesday at the home of Evelyn Fagergren. New offi- cers will also be installed at this meeting. Those wishing directions. rides or information regarding the meeting arc asked to call any member or your hostess. Use Journal Want Ads LOCAL ESA CHAPTER BRINGS HONORS FROM THE STATE Eight memhers of the Beta Zeta Chapter, Epsilon Sigma Al- pha, attended the 25th anmml Washington State Convention at the Edgewater Inn in Seattle, May 3-5. The convention was at- tended by 190 women in all. The theme "Silver Anniversary" was carried throughout. Beta Zeta members attended the Chapter Officers Workshop and the Panel \\;Vorkshops on Pub- licity, Education. Welfare. Ways CONVENTION mony condncted by Mrs. Dick Holland assisted by Mrs Glenn Sowers. The Washington State ESA Cmmcil President, Mrs, Ken Fengler presented ten-year ser- vice pins to Mesdames Dick Hol- land. Glenn Sowers and Jane White. State Awards were presented at the second business session of the 25th annual ESA Washington State Convention. Beta Zeta re- HOME MANY ISR Latin 'Club To Present Roman Fair This Friday Night The Irene S. Reed High School Latin Club will present a Fair in Roman tradition this Friday from 7:30 - 9 p.m. in the social hall at the Irene S. Reed building. ll kinds of entertainment will be offered including booths for for- tune telling, mythology, flowers and food. Live artists will be on hand to draw portraits. Wrestling will be presented by Coach Larry Weir. , NIP. COMFORT WrrHIN-I OU YgTEM FOP. HEATING [ ,Jr l / , - _- WOULD / - win J and Means and Social Programs. During the convention Mrs. Floyd Ridout was elected Ways and Means Chairman of the Wash- ington State ESA Council. Two former Beta Zeta members were elected to ESA Council positions. Mrs. Ken Evans of Seattle was elected Secretary and Mrs. Wayne Herron of Tacoma was elected Treasurer. At the banquet Mrs. Ray Rice and Mrs. Bill Schirmer of the Beta Zeta Chapter received their Jewel Pins at a Jewel Pin cere- FOE Card Party Winners Announced High scorers at the April 27 Eagles card party were Vir- ginia Dnndas and Roy Moore. Second high went to Viola Laugen and Ernest StUck. Traveling pi- nocle went to Viola Langen and Roy Mobre. Moore held 1000 aces. The next card party will be held this Saturday night at the Eagles airport hall. The public is invited. ceived the State Publicity Trophy, State Yearbook Trophy, State Dis- aster Fund Trophy and honorable mention (2nd place) for its scrkp- book. Members attending the conven- tion were the Mesdames Ed Dun- bar. Dick Holland Bill Kimbel. Ray Rice. Floyd Ridout Bill Sehirmer. Glenn Sowers and Gene White. The next regular meeting of the Beta Zeta, Chapter will be held Monday at Island Lake. Hostess for the evening will he Mrs. Gene White assisted by Mrs. Bill Hunt- er. Journal Want Ads Pay The Latin Club was formed just before Christmas of this school year under the supervision of Mrs. Hilligoss. The public is -,nvea to attend I the Fair. There will be no admis- sion charge. Donations will be ac- cepted for the food. DUE TO' MR KIMBEL'S HEALTH,: KIMBEL'S DAIRY MUST CURTAIL IT'S BUSINESS UNTIL FURTHER NO- TICE. WE HAVE BEEN HAPPY TO SERVE OUR MANY CUSTOMERS DUR- ING THE PAST TWO YEARS AND THANK EACH OF YOU FOR YOUR PA- TRONAGE AND COOPERATION. REFUNDS FOR BOTTLES WILL BE MADE AT THE FARM, A public installation was held April 27 at the Masonic Temple for installing. officers of Lain'el Cpur[ No. 26 Order of Amar- ant,h IncorpOrated. H. L. Lucille Speece and S. K. Charles Wright were installed as Royal Matron and Royal Patron. The court room was decorated with baskets of pink carnations. The Master of Ceremonies was S. K. Orin Pats, PRP. Special music was presented by the Laurel Court choir. H. L. Mary Ellen Sambila, Royal Matron of Para- dise court was the musician. Other officers for 1963-64 to be installed were: H. L. Myra Col- liar, associate matron; S. K. Claude Danielson, associate pat- ron; H. L. Lois Davidson, secre- tary; S. K. Charles Wrage, treas- urer; H. L. Bea Larson, conduc- tress; H. L. Marie Story, assoc. conductress; H. L. Grace Wells, trustee for three years; H. L. Lou- ise Stiner, marshal in the east; H. L. Doris Simpson, marshal in the west; H. L. Georgia Hellman, standard bearer; H. L. Hattie Pierce, prelate. H. L. Irene Jackson, truth; H. DIRECTORY Floor Coverings------ Linoleum Tile Carpeting Formica REX FLOOR COVERING Mt. View Ph. 426-2292 Radiator Repair I . Boiling out Soldering New cores BOON'S" PLUMBING HEATING, SHEET METAL 623 S. 1st. Ph. 426-3483 Florist Plants I for all occasions Flowers EVERGREEN FLORISTS 4th & Birch 8 to 8 426-8479 Auto Glass ...... Expert Installation JIM PAULEY, INC. 5th & Railroad Ph. 426-8231 Draperies custom made free estimates work guaranteed J. C. PENNEY CO. 305 RR Ave. Ph. 426-8283 Electrical House wiring & rewiring Electric Heating Trouble Shooting . Licensed & Bonded Court No. 26 Order of L. Beulah Helser, faith; H. L. Glo- ria Stoner, wisdom; H. L. Heleu Wright, charity; H. L. Beth John- son, musician; S. K. Glerm Sire'y, historian; H. L. Ahna Catto, war- der; S.K. Theodore Deer, sentinel; H. L. Julia Watts and H. L. Vio- la Ferris, flower matron; H. L. Muriel Rhodes, grand representa- tive to New York, grand officer. Presentation of installing officers was as follows: Installing patron,  S. K. Ray Chamblin, deputy su- preme royal patron; installing marshal, H. L. Mildred Forbes, past royal matron; installing aide; S. K. Robert Forbes, grand assoc. patron; installing prelate, H. L. Ruth Latham; installing see., H. L. Ella McCulloch, past royal mat- ron; installing musician; H. L. Mary Ellen Sambiia, royal matron. The following were in charge of coronation ceremonies: Coronat- ing matron, A. L. Marie Runnion, PRM; crown bearer, H. L. Mable Aitken, PRM; sword bearer, S. K. Charles Wrage, PRP; marshal in the east, H. L. Elsie Wilson, PRM: marshal in the west, H. L. Muriel Rhodes, PRM; standard bearer, H. L. Luella Parls, PRM; honored marshal, S. K. Leonard Speece; soloist, H. L. Sea Larson. The Honor Guard consisted of S. K. Emil Walker, captain, S. K, Elmer Buehrer, S. K. Dess Haines, S. K. Edwin Erickson, S. K. Gol- den Davis and S. K. Harry Jack- son. The flower arch was formed by koyal Matrons and officers elected 196-64. Programs were distributed at entrances by Bradley Simpson and Michael Speece. H. L. Myra CoN lier was in charge of refresh- ments. Flowers were by H. L. Ma- bel Aitken. Susan Speece took charge of the guest book. H. L. Ruth Speece and H. L . :Yary Smith presented the gifts. The punch bowl was attended by H. L. Annette Munson. The tables were decorated with pink and blue napkins and flowers for the reception honoring the newly installed officers. 4.H NEWS SHELTON VALLEY CLOVERS The Shelton Valley Clovers 4-H Club held its April 25 meeting at the home of Mrs. Evers. The final enrollment sheet was filled out to be turned in to the exgension office by May 1. The following demonstrations were given: Chuch Brown, How to Properl Tie a Calf; Sally Einarr- Y son, How to Bake a Potato Cor- rectly; David Miltenberger, A New Way of Freeing Cattle of Grubs. The next meetin, g will be held May 16 at the home of Aleca, Bob and Ricky Ruddell. Chuck Brown, reporter Plans were made for a car wash which was held Saturday at two service stations in Shelton at the last meeting of the Guys and Gals 4-H cluo. Those who presented demonstra- tions at the Demonstration Day in Shelton were told what ribbons they had received. 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