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PAGE 2 SITELTON&apos;--MASON COUNTY JOURNAL--Publiched in "Chrit,ma,town, U.S,A.". ghel[on, Washington So c/a ! E v e n ts l 'Eight And Forty Initiates Four New Society Edito, Marj Waters' Pbone,006-4;,00 Members Menday At 6:30 p.m, Monday the Me- morial hall was the setting for the RAINBOW G|RLS INVITE PUBL|C TO ATTEND IHSTALLATIOH RITES S00NI)AY THE PUBLIC IS CORDIALLY INVITED to attend the installa- tion of Miss Elizabeth Somers as Worthy Advisor of Shelton As- sembly No. 19, Older of Rainbow for Girls. The Impressive care- mony will be performed at 2 p.m. this Sunday at the Masonic Cindy Willard. Birthday bank, Cindy Good; re- porter, Carolyn Schwaub; histor- ian, Lonnie Redman: orator, Cindy Remuburg; lecturer, Margueritr Neau: keeper of register. Julir Lanning; rainbow flag bearm Leslie Weston; A m e r i c an fla.,' bearer, Janice Blake; standar flag bearer, Kathy Porter. Members of the choir includ, Linda L. Stevens, Cindy Good. Di ane White. Cheryl Schnitzer, Be,* sy Willard, Kathy Dale, IAnda Ste. vens, Sheryl Johnson, Lindley Whaley, Gaff Taylor, Kathy Luhm Jean Davis, Kathy Porter and Lin- da Barrington. The installing o f f i c e r s are' Worthy advisors, Ginna Correa. Tern pie. The installation of officers of Shelton Assembly No. 19. Order o[ Rainbow for Girls will be held at 2 p.m, this Sunday at the Mason- ic Temple. The following officers are to be installed: Worthy Advisor, Liz Somers; worthy associate advisor. Vickie McTne!ly; charity, Linda Nutt; hope Pare Bgardman; faith, Tek!y Tray;s: recorder Maryanne Judah: treas.. Reta Carte: chfip- lain, Candy I'Tutt; drill leader, Car- ol Hardin: love, Virginia Crum; re- ligion, Taralea Parr. Nature. Marilyn Renecker; im- mortality, Carolyn Batstone; fi- delity, Pare Clayton; patriotism, Billie Sue Johnson: service, Mol- ly Murdy; confidential observer. Patsy %Volfe: outer observer, Kar- en Parr; choir director, Sheryt Kathy Kelly and Mrs. Art Nick J tevens; musician, Shayne Larson. I ms; marshall, Sue Mallory; Chap-. Courtesy officers.are as foll0i:  in.. xlene Rutledge;,musicia Bible bearer, Christi Besch; kee- an! tvotd; soloist. Sand; Be:i er of jiiwels, Drena :cCoy: keep- I dell; recorder. Maranne Judah. ',.: er of paraphernalia, Kay Boiing; I Following the instaLlation re, west page, lita Grimes: east phge, ] freshments will be served in the' Linda Simpson; recorder's aSSist., dining room. DINERS GUIDE WHite Room initiation ceremon- ial for Mason Co. Salon No. 508 Eight and Forty. Partner Rae Melcmn. assiAed by oth:,r ofticcrs,, admitted Partners Ann Levine, France:; .uhn. Jem-.de Hoff ann Charlolte Gardner o Eig_ an: Forty nmmbership. Following a'7 pan. potluck c;in ner served, o 19 partners Le Cimp. eau Bm3,1e Faubert convene2 the meetinK Reports wece givc]] hy Child Welfare e h air m an. Dor: aacxson, end Constitutioi, and J:* Laws chairman. Jenny I-toll. 'i'le remainder of Departmental re- quirements is to be met by con- tributions to Departmental by La Petite Caissiere Addle Norris. Hostesses for the June 10 meet- ing will be Partners Charlogte Gardner, Ann Campbell and Vir- ginia Wallin. Following adjourmnent a so- cial time was highlighted by skits rranged by Partner Shirley Clin- ton and presented by the four new members. Altar Sociely Has J0ini Meeting 0! Guilds For Potluck The ladies of St. Mary's Altar Society held a joint meeting of all guilds last Thursday evening in the parish hall. After a potluck dinner Mrs. Jo Bourgault and Mrs. Etta Rector gave reports on the recent conven- tion held in Everett. For the program Rev. Father Foyle of St. Michael's parish, Olympia, showed slides with a de- scriptive tape of the famous "book of Kels". He also brought with him a copy that had been made from the original which was made 1200 years ago, printed ann decorated by hand. This was prob- ablythe first showing of the slides in this country. American Legion ll.xiliary $1a|es Girls' S00ate Tea Tile re:ular meetnlg of the Amerman Legion Auxiliary was opened according to ritual by President Mrs. Roy C!inton May 8 at the Memorial hall. Gir]s' S'cate lea will be f]'om 13-5 p.m. this Sunday at the Memor- to! hall. All girls in tLe district vhosen to attend Oir'ls' :4tate. as well as girls wl]o ha.w.' attended ,)revio:lsly, will be guests. Miss M:try )obon is in ch:rga of :tr- rangcments. Mrs. Addie Norlis. Poppy chair- [k!_l. IFIIIO'UtlceJ p;a':; ?o:' : v/orl a):rLy next Tuesday. At ;q:: rneer- "F the white crosses will be made. Icgnlar reports by Amerie:; ism. Courtesy, ChUd We!fa]'e ";;< Cons'dtution and L-;y l,.,ws vvc, given by chairmen The first reading o{ nonfinateC officers for the cll:-;liI],{ year was give]] by Mrs. ChauloLte Gardner. The Auxiliary window will be part of Fore:t Festival observance Following adjournmem refresh- mencs were served t.o All::i]i.fv and Post members. ...................... Ruby Rebekah Lodge Honors Nothers Day Ruby Rebekah Lodge No. 75 met last Friday for the Mothers Day meeting. Members were entertain- ed by the brothers. Eva Viliis was initiated. Visitors attended from Olympia Ruth No. 17 and Fern Hill No. 180 of Tacoma. District president, Elizabeth Onan was also present. She was presented with a beau- tiful cake in honor of her birth- day. Grace Carr. Shelton member, made it for her. The nex meeting will be a 6:30 potluck dinner May 24. It will be over in time for members to at- tend Forest Festival events. The secondary sale will be held Friday and Saturday at the PUD building. M00AY FESTIVAL QUEEN AND /" FRA'N DEMMON EVELYN CLARK FRAN DEMMON, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Demmon, was selected to 'reign"over St. Edward's CYO May Festival. Princesses chosen 'are Rosemary Stuck, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Russell StUck; Evelyn Clark, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Clark, and Pare MComb, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James McComb. The FeS t Val wi be he d at 3 p.m. th s Sunday n St. Edward's church FAMILY REUNION, OPEN HOUSE 'TO CELEBRATE THE FRED STUCK'S GOLDEN ANNIVERSARY THE 50TH WEDDING ANNIVERSAH OT Preu and Clara Stuck will indeed be a time of cele: brating for their whole family. The Stucks Will have all nine of their children with them for the first time in nearly 25 years to help them com- memorate the occasion. An Open House, planned by the children, will be held this Sunday from 1-4 p.m. at the Colonial House. Coming from as far away as Alaska and California will be their five daugh- ters, Laveta Anderson, San Diego, Frances Colas, Kodiak, Alaska, Dorothy McCauley, Dayton, Wash., Laura Klein, Aider'wood Manor, Nina Mac McCord, Tacoma. and their four sons, Russell, Shelton, Wayne, Hoquiam, Loren, Downey, Calif. and Ver- non of the U. S. Navy. Mr .and Mrs. Stuck were wed May 20, 1913 in Rapid City, South Dakota'. They spent the first eleven years of their married life there before moving to Wyoming for four years. In 1927 they came to Shelfon Where they located on the Cole Road. They have been there since. In 1940 their home burned down but they re- built in the same place. In his *'younger" days Fred was a cowpuncher and bronc buster. Later he drove a truck for a while. After moving to Shelton he worked for Rayonier. Inc. for 20 years before retiring. Before her marriage Clara was a school teacher. Since she started her family she has had enough to keep her busy without working outside of the home. During the war Stuck's home was a "home away from hbme" for many servicemen Stationed in the area. Fred and Clara were used to having a gang around and welcomed the oppor- tunity to extend the hospitality of their home to young men who were far from their own families. Since his retirement in 1956 Fred has kept busy with his gardening and his woodworking shop. Clara has found time to take up knitting. They have als0 had time to do some traveling and have taken'a trip nearly every year either by bus or by Car. The Stucks have 23 gi'andchildren and 7 great-grandchildren. Their only advice for a long, happy' marriage is "give and take';. The Stuck's children extend a ordial invitation to all the many friends their Parents have made through the years to drop in at the Colonial House Sunday and wish +.hem well on the event of their Golden Wedding Anniversary. PRINCESSES ANNOUNCED BY CYO PAM IVlcCUMB ROSEMARY STUCK Some 300 children will participate in the procession and living rosary. Flower girls for the coronation of the Blessed Virgin are Stephanie Feuling, Bridget Kneeland, Teresa Mallinger and Joan Connolly. The queen and her court will represent St, Edward's church in the 19th annual Forest Festival parade. LAKE CUSIIMAN RESORT  miles from Hoodsport on Lake Cushman Dine Over The Water in the Panoramic Dining Room CHAR-BROILED STEAKS SEAFOOD CHICKEN Cocktails in the LIARS' DEN Banquets- Parties Phone 877-5388 for reservations if desired MILLO'S DINER o Hood Canal nea Potlatch on Highway, 101 BREAKFAST  LUNCH  DINNER --- Our Specialty -- BROASTED CHICKEN (fingerqicken' good) We feature SEAFOOD, too! Phone 877-9488 Take=Out Orders!  DAIRY QUEEN a-mh st st. in Shelton Recognized as THE place for thick SHAKES and smooth SUNDAES, and NOW from DAIRY QUEEN'S kitchen - HAMBURGERS and FRIES. Phone 426-8091 r THE OYSTER HQUSE 3 miles West of Belf&ir on Hood Caal We Take Pride in Our HOMEBAKED BREAD and PASTRIES Complete Variety Of DINNERS SEAFOODS GATEWAY CAFE  mile ,th a seuo on the Olympic HighWay BREAKFAST  LUNCH -- DINNER Prime Rib and Steak . SeafoOd Homemade Pies Dinner Parties Invited Open daily 6 a.m, to 10 p.m. MAMIE'S GRILL 1934 Olympic Highway North on Mountain Yqiw' BREAKFAST  LUNCH -- DINNER Special Dinners Daily -- Fried Clams  Oysters Buckwheat HotaLes Anytime WE MAKE OUR OWN PIES! RAU'S CHICKEN DINNER INN rest or vio= On the Canal our specialty -- BUTTER FRIED CHICKEN SEAFOODS . CHOICE STEAKS We Specialize in Banquets Phone Union 898-2322 way N iNOR S A & W DRIVE-IN ia ,, " '*COME AS YOU ARE, WE SERVE IN YOUR CAR" FOOD and DRINK ORDERS TO GO HAMBURGERS & FRIES FOOT-LONG HOT DOGS iii i ii L HER BETROTHAL ANNOUNCED THE BETROTHAL of Miss Gall Fuller ires been announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Howard D. Fuller. The future bride- groom is Mr Robert Brewer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph J. Brew- er. All are of Shelton. Mr. Brewer is an Irene S. Reed graduate. His bride-to-be attends ISR, A June 8 wedding date has been set, Marriage Licenses Applying for marriage licenses at the Mason county Auditor's of- rice this past week were: Gary D. White. 22. Montesano, and Nelda L. Hoover. 18, Aber- deen. Douglas A. Clark. 21, Olympia, and Carol Hathaway, 15, Olympia. William Guy, 21, Bremerton. and Jeanctte Quill, 24, Bremerton. Robert K. Balch 38, Aberdeen, and Ada R. Eriekson. 36, Oakville. Dennis K. Loertscher, 20, Seat- tle, and Sandra Mattson. 19, Shel- ton. Shel|on Ceramists Bring Home Ribbons Four Shelton residents placed entries in a Ceramic Show May 4 sponsored by the Tacoma Eagles Auxiliary in Tacoma. Each brought home a ribbon. Entering from Shelton were Mrs. Grace Wells, Mrs. Fern Latimer, Mrs. Jean Hoffman and Kim Snyder, 6. Kim is the daughter of lV[r. anct Mrs. Merle Snyder. Her mosaic tile, entered for her by Mrs. Hoff- man, won a blue ribbon. Sale Slated Saturday By Canal Amaranth A rummage and auction sale will be held from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. this Saturday at the Union Lodge hall. Canal Court. Order o Amaranth invited everyone to at- tend. Antiques. electrical appliances, furnitm'e and rummage will be of- fered for sale. Hot dogs, pie, cot- fee and hamburgers will be served. Anyone having articles to do- nate may call TR 7-5432 or TR 7-5234. LOCAL WOMAN JOINS HONORARY AT UPS Miss Mary Louise Brown was initiated into Kappa Omicron Phi, national home economics honor- ary, when it was installed last week-end on the University ot Puget Sound campus. The national chapter absorbed the former local honorary, Pi Phi Nu. 3Aiss Brown, who was also in- stalled as keeper of the archives. is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul M. Brown, Shelton. SHELTON GARDEN CLUB MEETING MONDAY The Shclton Garcen C]uh will meet at 1:30 p.m. Monday at the home of Mrs. Charles Runacres. Mrs. Maria Kennerly will talk on corsages and flower arrange- merits. PICNIC TIM]E FOR FACULTY WIVES Shelton Faculty Wives will wind up the school year with a picnic next Monday at the home of Mrs. Vern Morgus. Mrs. Bob Sund is helping with the arrangements. Thursday, NEW ARRIVALS Shelton Gener Mr. and Mrs. Rt. 2 Box 189. a Mr. and Mrs. 875 V.2 Pairmont, Mr. and Mrs, 4 Box 400. a gi Mr. and Mrs. Star Rt. 1 Box Mr. and Mrs. Holman. a girl, Mr. and Mrs. ena. P.O. Box 12, Clinic 11'. and Mrs. So. 1st sh'eet. girl, IVlay 12. SH The Shelton meet at 6:30 p.. the Colonial meeting. The program 1963 scholarship stallation of The Shelton filiated with al Federation of LAST P{'e-School pTA the last time 8 p.m. next scho] Mr. gist, will be SCHOOL Week of hot whole kernel nut butter wedges, Wednesda chicken, ter, carrots iced graham hot biscuits, fruit jello, cheese wedges. Supplem with 133 HR. DONATE TO SCHOOL Churchwomen of St David's Episcopal church donated $20 from the proceeds of their recent annu- al Spring Tea to the Rogers school. SALE PLANNED Ruby Rebekah Lodge No. 75 will hold a secondary sale this Friday and Saturday at the PUD building. QUALITY USED '62 CHEVROLET Greenbrier sports '60 FORD FALCON 2-door Sedan '60 RAMBLER AMERICAN '59 HLLMAN Convertible '59 CHEVROLET Belair "6" '59 CHEVROLET Parkwood statioP '58 RAMBLER AMERICAN 2 H! VALUE USED T '60 WILLYS 4-wheel Drive PickUP '51 I.H. 1-Ton Flatbed with dumP '51 I.H. 1-Ton Cab and ChassiS '39 I.H. 1 -Ton Flatbed with durP '57 I.H. 6-wheel Cab and Chassis KIMBEL HOT , r-- CHRYSLER -- PLYMOUTH e INTERNATIONAL 707 SOUTH FIRST ST. WINNEI  lrlLRFIC SAFETY POSTER CONTEST GRAND OPENING POULSBO CRAZY |ni's Big 19 Celebration SUNDAES FRIES HOT DOGS 19" (Regular 25 size) FLOATS SODAS C RAZY ERIC'S Now 5 Locations! SHELTON 1st and Alder West Bremerton East Bremerton Poulsbo  Purdy