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May 16, 1963

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1963 SHELTON MASON COUNTY JOURNAL--Published in "Chrismastown, U.S.A.", Shelton; Washington PAGE 3 To Scout FOURSQUARE CHURCH SITE OF FURISTER-HORVATH CEREMONY Troops will partiei- and Thurston at Steven Saturda y. Will begin at 7:30 rnot.orized floats circus at 2:30 the Capitol ling north on down town and Cubs are sell- the circus tip AND MOW cuts reduces standards. for care leaves and :iiiii :i!i!:iiii &apos;i.:: :::::i:::, :: ::,: ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ;.:::!: :?:;Zi.;..).i::::-::: A MAY 4 WEDDING date was chosen by Miss Rose Marie Furister and Mr. Imre James Horvath. Miss Furister is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E, C. Furister, Shelton. He is the son of Mrs. Joseph Horvath, Goyn, Hungary, The double-ring ceremony was performed in the Foursquare church by Rev. Lewis Wysong. * :.: The Foursquare church was the site of the May 4 wedding of Miss Rose Marie Furister and Mr. 1rare James Horvath. Her parents are Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Furister. Shel- ton. He is the son of :Mrs. Joseph Horvath. Gyor, Hungary. The dou- ble ring ceremony was performed by Bey. Lewis Wysong amid dec- orations of pinl daisies with white stock and white candles. The bride's father gave her in marriage. She wore a white floor- length gown of lace over taffeta with a short veil and carried pink baby roses with white stephanotis. Her maid of honor. Miss Alice Meurer of Edmonds, wore a street length sheath dress of coral rayon- acetate with sn overskirt of ny- lon organdy. It was styled with a bow at the waist. White gloves and a head band of stephanotis completed her costume. Her bou- quet was of pink carnations sur- rounded by white ones. Bridesmaids were Miss Kaenae MeQuilkin. niece of the bride, and Miss Gladys Rizner of Portland. Their outfits matched the maid of honor's except for be ng styled without the bow. They carried white carnations. Miss errel iV/e- Quilkin was ftowcr girl. She wore Merry Tiller SCOTSMAN model--shown with Mukhing rotors and extenslos'to 23" wide- is  thrifty pov, package for small garden plots. Comfines 2, hp wlfh County Seeks It's A Date Bids On Court Tody, Thure;ay May 16 Hood Canal Voman's Club. i1 a.m.. Potlatch clubhouse. House Lighting MingRtarYTree Cafe.Club luncheon, noon. Navy Mothers Club. 8 p.m., 1Vie- The Mason County Commission moia] hall. :Mason Co. Democrat Club, 8 p.m., Monday set 11 a.m. June 3 as PUD bldg. the time for opening bids ml new lighting for the first and second Olympic League high school floors in the Court }louse. baseoau. Port Angeles vs. Shelton. A bond for Harry Stillwell, BeN 3:50 p.m. Loop Field. fair. who was appointed last, weeR Friday, 5lay 17 Rachel Knolt Orthopedic Guild, as Juallce of the Peace at Belfair 12:30 p.m. luncheon meeting, home was approved Stillwell will fill of Mrs. Glendon Ferguson. out the mlexpired term of Will- VF\\;V Auxiliary, 8 p.m.. Memor- iam DeMiero. who resigned, is] hall. The commission approved the Ruby Rebekah Lodge, secondary transfer of $108.68 from auto to sale PUP bldg. typewriter in the budget for Juve- Saturday, ]lay 18 nile Probation O f f i e er Marvin Union Masonic Lodge auction Christensen. and rmmnage sale. 10 a.m.-10 p.m., The vaeation of First Street in Union Masonic hall. Union from Aider East was ap- Drivers license examiner. 10 proved after no one appeared at a a.m.-5 p.m., police station. hearing to object. Auction and rummage sale. 10 Herbert Hipkins, Grapeview, ap- a.m.-10 p.m. Union Masonic peared to protest the vacation ot temple. a section of a road which was ap- Ruby Rebekah Lodge second- proved some time ago. He said the ary sale. PUD bldg. notices of hearing on the rata- Sunday, May 19 tion were posted in the wrong Shelton churches invite you to place on the road, The commission attend the church of 5'our choice. set a meeting with him and other Monday, May 20 property owners affected May 27 County commission's meeting, 10 to discuss the problem, a.rn., courthouse. Notice was received from the Pre-sehool PTA. 8 p.m., at the State Auditor that the county's play-school. request for $1.218 in disaster funds Shelton Garden Club, 1:30 p.m., to cover part of the cost of cleat'- home of Mrs. Chas. Runacres. ing and repairing county roads at- Advanced news deadline for this terthe Oct. 12 wind storm had been week's early Journal, 3 p.m. approved. Tu'esday, 5[ay 21 The Mason County Engineer's Mason Co. Fair Board. 8 p.m. office reported $240.75 in receipts commissioner's office. from the Harstine Island Ferry Kiwanis Chlb hmcheon, noon, for the week ending May 13. Memorial hall. City commission's meeting, 2 1'O APPEAR IN CONCERT p.m., city hall. Janet Maranville, Shelton. is one Fred B. Wivell Post 31. Ameri- of the 115 young musicians who can Legion, 8 p.m., Memorial hall. will appear in the Youth Symph- Shelton Rhododendron Society, ony Orchestra concert in the Se- 8 p.m.. POD bldg. attle Center Opera House at 8:80 Shelton Music Club. 6:30 p.m., p,m. Friday. dinner meeting, Colonial house. %Vedne,day, May 22 a pink party dress with a full Drivers license examiner. 10 skirt, a.m.-5 p.m., police station. The bride's nephews, Paul and Journal puhlishes today for For- Garth MeQuilldn, were candle est. Festival edition. lighters. Victor I<amon of Seat- Thursday, iltty 23 tle was best man for the bride- Golden Age Club. 6 p.m.. Me- groom. Ushers were John Toth. mortal hall. Port Angeles and Vaughn Parker. Mason Co. Democratic Central Seattle'.. Cornmiltee. 8 p.m., courthouse. Mrs. Vernabell Rice sang several Rotary Club hmeheon, noon. numbers accompanied by Mrs, Ming Tree Cafe. Charles R Lewis at the organ. Paul Bunyan Days in Shelton Mrs. Furister wore a pink ear- retail stores start today, carry nation corsage on an aqua sheath over to Friday. for her daughter's wedding. ........................... The rceeption was held in the church basement following the Among Your wedding ceremony. The three-tier- ed cake was decorated with pink Merchants ros-:s and a rein,at,re bride and Koom It was served by Mrs, Mac . G1ernsey and Mrs. Charles Stilts. At the l)uneh bowl was Mrs. Car()- t 1, n Hoffnmn Seattle pouring b= chaln-drlve transmission o Y - " ' .... ; . " '! ! ' delbte, equk'aie of = 4 hp were Mrs. John Swett and Mrs N . worm-gear unit. Comes with L.'uce M,Qullkln, roster of the (IO'rT NASrlEI) ON OIL [' lu In " " $rttgr,.Iro, nsppld wheelJ,, bli,!e. ..... INSTITUTE COMMITTEE 'U' ._ '. "  _ _ iV[iss Penny M eQuilkin niece:of W.F. Gott of Gott Oil Company, i ,uwm ' .... the b, ide took ehar.c of the guest Shell Oil Company agent, in the' , mket! . "1 ' " - ' - ';" lln _rr ce  boox and Mss Norma Crawford Shelton area, was recently ap-  I, u.O Pql rill | .! SeattK attended he gift table, pointed to the advertising andpub- ,   V ; , . .,-:   ,, " iRIII'--,,- ,_. "." :': .............. : " [.m b,udc a(ended the Umver- lie relations committee of the Oil :. Rlll|lilal ,,me, 'ee, ..... ' qity of Washin,,.,lon and graduated Heat Institute of Washington. ;;. --ILn, from Seattle ISacific College. She Gott will serve for a period of Qi,l,  'ull, 1 BI II II | is ,.)resently employed at. Bocing's one year on the committee which w/U U  r  b .[1. in Seattle.'He,' tnu4band works for supervises the regional promotion 0 n ,EllUr' 'Vlllq#/ |WlVIVg mll the Apex Marine Co., also in Se- of oil heating fuels for over 300 ,Hillerest  on Hillcrest ' atlle where they will make their fuelin theilwestmndealerStwo-thirdsand distributorSof the State. .* * * ILM HER'E FRIDAY! That's right, we have a limited supply of the new Polaroid Land Color Film. Just snap the shutter, pull the tab, and in 50 seconds you have a beautiful full-color picture. If you've been waiting for color film before buying a Land Camera, you don't have to wait any longer. We have several models in stock that will make beautiful color pictures, for example the Model 900 shown here. This is an ideal camera for color. It has fully automatic electric eye operation and the widest range of any automatic camera in the Land Camera line. The tiny micro-eye sets both the lens opening and the shutter speed. All you do is choose the scene you want to see -- in color[ For a limitedtimeonlY, you can buy three rolls of the new Polaeolor Film with any Land Camera kit. Don't be disap. pointed. Supplies are very limited. Come in tomorrow! GRACE GRAF Leaves Business Scene Fellow employes at Shelton's J. C Pcnney store said farewell to Grace Graf at a breakfast party yesterday at Heinie's Broiler and presented her with a going-away- gift upon her retirement frorn ac- tive serwee with the company. Mrs. Graf had worked fro" the Penncy company in She!ton off- and-on since the company first came to Shelton in 1925. when she helped her husband. Gus, who was fir.t man.ge, tor Penney's here. %Vi(h her rcaqv smile and deil'e o help, Mrs. Graf has been one ,f the u, ost popular sales ladies in the Penney store for many v(?ars. I :i R CAHERA WiTH '  I{OF, IN HOOD LOI)(IE d Tla.S NEIV OIVNERS Robin Hood Lodge, one of Hood disappointment and cost of a wasted roll expensive fihn. Although Polaeolor is as easy to use as black and white, it still instructions and perhaps accessories, o the model camera. We are prepared %Plete information on Polacolor, its use STUDIO g CM00E00A 124 North Second Canql's oldest and most popul'],' dininff soots, will open officially for the 1963 see.so! next Tuesday 'Hider ne\\;v ownership. M,'. and Mrs. \\;YelLer Henderson of Centralia have purchased the husiuess from lhc vidow of lhc bile Don I:lec1xntai, and have under- I ,ken nn extensive renlodeltng pro- io('t no\\;v ilc'4rinq" conli,)le|ion. The lqe]Mcrs0ns OWl, and ()per- ,/o a l)opulal l?est, alll'Rll| ust Ol t- ,:i,!,, Centralia. XV:tWs Drwe-In lhille-Til Restau'.*ml. The ]Obill Hood Lodge menn will he patterned :'.fle+ + their Ceutralia peration. oe- ,-o;'diug 10 the new owners. PORT BOARD CANCELS Due to conflicting engagements of two board members, the Shelto- Post Commission will not hold il' regular monthly meeting tonight. normally scheduled in the court- house at 8:00 p.m. Next regular meeting of the commmsion will he June 20. ! >:.:,:::::,,,...< NEW OFFICERS for the 1963-64 for the Veterans of Foreign War Post 1694 and its Auxiliary pictured above are Commander Frank Kokett and President Josephine Sparks, They will assume their duties after the department convention in Aberdeen June 22. Reg.uo lar meetings of the post and auxiliary are held the first and third Fridays of each month. The newly elected officers urge everyone who is eligible to join the VFW. NEW VFW POST AND AUXILIARY OFFIGERS 00Mary M, Knight Gircus is Success Thc student circns aL Mary M. Knight School played to a h.fll house all three nights, Engene French, s c h o oi superintendent, said. It was an excellent program and very well received, he said. The group has had several off- ers to ])erform ill other areas. Plans are being made to have some of the acts in the Forest Festival Parade. i Parents Oi-s;-niors Set Pianniug Session There will be a general meeting of Lhe parents of graduating ISR senior st,dents at 8 p.m. tonight at the new high school building. Final plans for the all-night par- ty to be held following graduation will be made. Alt committee chair- men are asked to be there to give their progress report& $cho, ,! Dropout00 Are ;ubject Of ('om,,ittee Talks School eropouts was the subject of the Mason County Juvenile an( Welfare Advisory Committee meeting last week. Speakers were George Hermes. Irene S. Reed principal, and John Pill. Hood Canal School Superin- lendent, who had been invKed to the meeting to discuss the prob- lem Part of the discussion centere(1 around the inability of the drop- outs to find employment. Hermes said 56 students had withdrawn from High School thfs yea,'. Of these, 18 witharew be- cause they were moving; 13 quit without withdrawing;, seven en- tered military serwce; seven failed in their studies and were dropped: seven were expelled be- cause of diciplinary problems ana four left to get married. The committee agreed that there was a possibility these potential dropouts could be detected in ele- mentary grades and decided to m- vile elementary school principals to the next meeting to discuss what might be done along these lines. The next meeting will be June 13 in the Juvenile office. Journal Wahl Ads Pay DENTISTRY STUDENTS Two Shelton students have been accepted in the University of Wa- shington School of Dentistry for the fall quarter, the University announced this week. They are Raymond E. Manke, son of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Vv'. Manke and Jan B. Norw)Id, son of Dr. and ]rs. Rudolph Norvold. Both are now students at the University. 40 et 8 DANGE TO WESTERN MUSIG Friday, May 17 9:30 p.m. - 2 a.m. MEMBERS ONLY DON'T BE HARD of HEARING FREE HEAR|NG TESTS Hearing Glasses 89 Ear Level Aids 50 Body Type Aids FROM Aid Cords - Batteries - Repairs on,y SER.-FIT-CHG.-I MPORT Free He00ring Tests THURS. 12 to 6, FRI. 9 to 6, SAT. 9 to Noon SHELTON HEARING AID GENTER 211 Cota St. Shelton, Wash Ph, 426-8612 A MATOHIRG DRYER BOTII FOR '336L OOLOR GONSOLE '"" ,144,o RT/tBLE ,. ,.0. ,148oo PORTABLE PLUS FREE 14,95 STAND -- 5 ONLY -- 23 iNGH OOflSOL-E 12 cu, t|, REFRIGERATOR '188 o W/T matching 12 cu. ft, FREEZER '188 oo REMEMI;Elk. NOBOD'f BEATS A "MILLER DEAL o $)00e/ton A subsidiary of P. N. Hirsch & Company, formerly Lumbermen's Mercantile