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23, 1963 SHELTON MASON COUNTY JOURNAL--Published in "Christmas(own, U.S.A.", Shelton. Washington PAGE 3 Festival Planned cry to the Ve- will serve Memorial build- Y following the Paul : SatUrday. Will consist of ham. Potato salad, roils, tea or milk. :rieneed service lots of seating 0X " SAT. ONLY MAT. 1 P.M. SAT. Sue Weaver Is New Chaplain For VFW Auxiliary At the last meeting of the Ladies Auxiliary to the Veterans of For- eign Wars. Sue Weaver was elec- ted chaplain, replacing Arma Springer -who resigned due to her recent accident. Mrs. Springer ser- ved the auxiliary as chaplain for many years. Mrs. Vi Brumbaugh was also elected to position of 2 year trus- tee. Members of the auxiliary will join with the Ametrican Legion Auxiliary on Tuesday morning, May 28, in the Memorial Building to help make sprays for the ceme- tery for Memorial Day. 3osephine Sparks, hospital chair- man, reports Mason County V F. W. Auxiliary will receive an award of recognition from American Lake Hospital on May 27. A joint installation will be held in Olympia on Friday, May 24. Several members of the Shelton Auxiliary will assist in the floor work. FOREST FESTIVAL DANCE FRIDAY Tile CYO will sponsor the For- est Festival teenage (lance to be held at the armory this Friday. Dancing will be from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Music will be by the Galaxies. Admission price is $1 per person. PAUL BUNYAN SIZE SPEGIALS regular church goer (Thurs. & Fri. only) Armstrong Accolon 99c sq. yd. v Ls and discontinued patterns in Linoleums and Inlaid Vinyls the piece" at :l/ of regular retail. FOR THAT S;MMER OABIN carpet samples 50c to $5.00 !,!X FLOOR COVERING Phone 426-2292 So cial Eve n ts Society Editor Marj Waters Phone 426-4412 BETROTHAL ANNOUNCED Seventh Birthday Celebrated By Salty Sashayers The Salty Sashayer Square Dance Club celehrated its seventh birth- day May 11 with a dance at Bor- deaux school. There were dancers from clubs in Portland, Tacoma, and Bremerton as well as Olympia and Shelton. Walt Williams of KeN so called to the 21 squares of danc- ers. This Saturday night Bennie Berndson of Olympia will call for the regular dance which will be held at the Memorial hall. Danc- ing will begin at 8:30 p.m. follow- ed by a potluck supper at 11:30 n.n]. New officers for the coming year are Clarence Grunert, pres- ident; Bob Leman, vice pres.; see.- treas., Archie Vaughn. board mem- ber. Bert Deyette. The wives of these officers will work with them in the various offices. LINDA HENSEL, daughter of Mrs. Pauline Hensel, is the bride- to-be of Dale Hall, son of Mr. and Mrs. William L. Hall. All are of Shelton. The benedict is a a graduate of Irene S. Reed high school which Miss Hensel now attends No date has been set for the wedding. Fred Stucks Feted By Fellow" Eagles Mr. and Mrs. Fred Stuck were honored by the Eagles Aerie and Auxiliary May 14 on the event of their 50th wedding anniversary. A lovely corsage was presented to Mrs. Stuck and a boutonniere to Mr. Stuck. The Stucks were also presented with a cake, gifts and cards. The corsage, boutonniere and cake were all made by Opal Asche. An enjoyable evenirg was had by all Visitations Made By Local Eagles Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Lewis and Mrs. Herman Lorenzen attended a basket social at the Tenino Eagles Aerie Mgy 13. Eagles Auxiliary No. 2079 visit- ed Port Orchard last Thursday. Attending from Shelton were Vir- ginia Dundas, Jean Dorset(, Opal Aschc, Florence Marler, Charlotte Gardner, Agnes Lund, Myrtle Swearingen, Marie Lewis, Ruby Lorenzen and Alice Herzog. this Forest Festival it's..... It's A Date Today, Thursday, M:y 23 Golden Age Club, 6 p.m., Me- morial hall. Mason Co. Democratic Cenrm committee, 8 p.m., courthouse. Rotary Club luncheon, noon, Ming Tree Cafe. Queml's Banquet and Corona- tion, 6:30 p.m., Mr. View school, opering event of 1963 County Forest Festival. Frhlay, May 24 Ruby Rebekah Lodge, 8 p.m., IOOF hall. "Fun Night" entertainment pro- gram, 8:00 p.m.. Shelton junior high auditorium, 2nd night of 1963 Forest Festival. Saturday, May 25 FOE card party, 8 p.m. airport hall. Drivers license examiner. 10 a.m.-5 p.m., police station. Salty Sashayer Square Dance Club. 8:30 p.m., Memorial hall. Kiddies Parade. 10:00 a.m., Paul Bunyan Parade, 10:30 a.m., thru downtown streets of Shelton. Loggers sport show. 2:00 p.m. Loop Field. concluding event of 1963 Forest Festival Sunday, May 26 Shelton churches invite you to attend the chm'ch of your choice. IMLonday, May 2 i0 a.m, courthouse. Royal Neighbors, 7:30 p.m., Me- morial hall.   Hospital Auxiliary spring lull- ,. che(,n. 12:30 p.m.. Alderbrook Inn. Olympic league high school base- _- ... ba'l]. Shelton vs. Bainbridge, 3:50 S menrm-s-,.;nsaillng blue...lef you sa;l through p.m., Loop Field. Tuesday, May 28 summer w;th snappy zp and z;ng... \\; ,2. qq- 3. ff / The swlnglng.est coordinated group of summer tecta ups anywhere, Suspender skirt ... Jamaica shorts.. skimmer pants...weit seamed.., patch pocketed., .ira Washable, drip dry acetate/cotton blend denim h knock' out shirt-tail shirt, worn in-or-out, tn an unwiltable tri-tone check cotton/acetate seersucker, 3, Jamaica Shorts ...... Sizes: IB/18.__. 2,99 :Skimmer Pants ._.... Sizes; 8/18 ...... 2.99 Suspender Skirt ._.._ Sizes: 8/18 ....... 3.99 Kiwanis Club hmcheon, noon, Memorial hall. City commission's meeting, 8 p. m.. city hall. Salvation army huck in toxin, I, Evergreen Square phone 426-6564 or leave at 325 No. 5th street. Goodwill truck in town, phone 426-4847 for pickups. Wednesday, May 29 Drivers license examiner, 10 a.m.-5 p.m., police station. We have nothing to fear when Love is at the  helm of thought, but everything to enjoy on earttl and in heaven.--Mary Baker Eddy. MUSIC CLUBS PRESENT TALENT AT MEETING One of the best nmslcal pro- grams of the seasbn was heard May 14 when the Capitol Music Club in Olympia was host to the Western area meeting of the Wash- ington State Federation of :Music Clubs. Eighteen members of the Shel- ton Music Club enjoyed a buffet dinner following the program in the social hall of the First Bap- tist church Mrs. William C. Ja- cobs, Jr., president of the Capitol Music Club, president at the head table with oilier presidents of clubs in the area and officers of the weste2m area. Mrs. Clifford Agnew was mistress of ceremonies for the program. Mrs. Bernice Stewart of Shelton opened the meeting with a reading of the poem, "Servant. and Master" with background music by Mrs. Ralph McBride, Olympia. The Capitol Music Club was represented by an ensemble di- rected by Mrs. Robert Beaumier. The Shelton Music Club presented Mrs. Dale Cowles, violinist who was accompanied by Mrs. Roger Tuson. The Peninsula Music Club Bremerton, introduced Miss Pris- cilla Cohen, soprano, accompanied by Miss Carol Easton. These girls are members of the Con Brio Ju- nior Music Club. The Grays Harbor Lyric Singers sang a group of three numbers. They are directed by Mrs Emma Holland. Centralia Music Club pre- sented Mrs. Olga Kraus Stewart, violinist, accompanied by Mrs, Phi- lip Paulsrude. Also from Centralia and Germany was Mrs. Joy Ayers, soprano, who displayed her opera- tic talents with an aria from Ma- dame Butterfly. She was accom- panied by Mrs. Rite Todd Dunn. The Bremerton Women's Choral Society completed the program with four numbers. The director is Walter Sowards. The Shelton Music Club:is af- filiated with the State and Na- tional FederaUon of Music Clubs. Eagles -Feie-Moihers At May Meeting Mothers and Past Mothers of the Eagles Auxiliary No. 2079 were honored at the reflar meet- ing May 14. Gifts were presented to each of them. Charlotte Gardner, past district secretary, was also honored at the same meeting. A corsage and pin were presented her by the auxili- ary. PENNY DRIVE People whose Penny Drive en- velope was not picked up are ask- ed to call Mrs. Joe Borek at 426- 8405. USED CARS For a "FEE" color;rig sheet oF our MoIT O'DaF Cuf-out Dole wearing Sailing Blue Denfms.., Mop ia Ot f0ut .eotb7 OD O'DAY alorl, " ...... ............ ' Ford , __ - -'Rd,,,u,=, : Chev. .... Ford , 1959 BUSINESS COUPE I 1955 2dr. h.t. ] '1 6 c. s,c ! ' --- Ford Plymouth_ F-00rJ00 _Rambler_ 1960 FALCON 2 DR. STICK REBUILT ENGINE Ford 1957 4 DR. V-8, : i o,d., new paint. I Chev. 1950 Ya ton pick-up 1959 Amer. wagon Ford,, I 1958 CUSTOM 300 | 6 cyl., beautiful black I i i ercury__ 1957 MONTCLAIR 4 DR, H,T. loaded with extras. 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