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PAGE 4 . i , .z j,!L _.!,y ! _ 2 -:2 ...... : .... L L ._._.__ .J .__ , ,J , J IIELTON--MABON COUNTY JOURNAL Published in"Christmasiown, U.S.A.", Shelton, Washington Thursday, MISS LMPHENOUR TO WED SOON WEDDING BELLS will ring June 15 for Miss Barbara Lynn Umphenour and Mr. Calvin A Claxton Miss Umphenour, an Irene S Reed High School graduate, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Rex Umphenour, Shelton. She has attended Olympic Junior College and Dietz Business college. Her future husband is the son of Mr. and Mrs, Arthur E. Claxton. Rogers City, Michigan. He is station- ed at Ft. Lewis with the U. S. Army. Mrs. Hatten Speaker For WSCS Lmmheon It's A Date The Methodist WSCS will hoht a hmeheon al 12 noon next Wed- nesday wih the Wesley Circle as Thursday, May 30 hostess. This wit] be the final lun- Memorial Day service. 11 a.m., cheon until next fail. Everyone s at the Mt. View Cemetery. \\;vclcon2e. Mrs. Charles Ha]ten. formerly of Shelton. now living in Tacoma will be lhe leader for the pro- gram. I I I rn LOAHS up to Loans on furniture, automobiles, equip- ment, livestock, or other security and take up to 48 months to repay. Credit Life Insurance is avail. able. Phone: stop i or write: SERVICE FINANCE GO, 124 Railroad Ave. Sheltoq, Washington Phone 426-4447 I SEY Club pothlck picnic. Stet- son's Resort. Dedication of Gene Martin Me- morial. 2:00 p.m.. in front of Mem- orial Building. sunday, June 2 Shelton churches invite you to attend the church of your choice. Baccalaureate service, 8 p.m., High school gym. American Legron junior baseball opening games, doubleheader. I :00 p.m., Loop Field, Shelton vs. Rai- nier Beach of Seattle. ' " .... Oper House. Student Carpentry "House, 1200 Block on Laur el Street. 1-6 p.m. Tuesday, June 4 Eastern Star Social Club 1.2 noon hmeheon at the home ) Mrs. James Waldrip. Annual Tuberculosis Assoc. diu- net meeting, 7 p.m. AlderbrooR Inn Wednesday, June 5 Methodist WSCS luncheon. 12 noon. at the church. Hiilcrest H c w e makers. 10:30 a.m.. home of Mrs W J. Cuziek. Thursday, June 6 Navy Mothers C!uh 8 p.m. Memorial hall. 40 & 8 Voiture 135 June Prm; 6:30 p.m.. Lake Cushman Resort. CAROL LOCKE AC( EPTS OFFICE Carol Locke has been \\;elected president of the Medical [.ecords Club at Seattle University for the forthcoming year. An installation dinner for new officers was held at the Piped Piper. Miss Locke, who will be a sen- ior next year, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Locke, Shel- ton. GIVES gIRTH TO TRIPLETS With almost no pain (he was away on a trip), this husband became the father of triplets. Recovedng his composure, he seized the phone, shared  his gladsome tidings with parents, imlaws, friends, draft board and in- come tax adjuster. Why don't you share some good news, or good fellowship, with friends and loved ones this evening? Like after 6 p.m., when our rates are lower? PACIRC NORTHWEST BELL $o c/a/ Even ts Society Editor Marj Waters Phone 426-44V' SCHOLARSHIP WINNERS ARE FEATURED AT SHELTOH MUSIC CLUB MAY MEETING The Sheiton Music Club met May 21 at the Conial House for dinner. Hostesses for the evening were Mrs. Oliver Ashford. Mrs. H. Hilhnan and Mrs Charles Lew- is. The program following dinner featured Sandra Lewis and Wen- dy Bcickert. who won the Music Club scholarships for summer school laet yea:'. Sandra sang ac- companied by Mrs. R. A. Tuson. Wendy played a clarinet duet with Tami Tembreull. Aria Mart sarg, accompanlcd by Pat Havens. Mrs. Bernice Stewart reported on the wonderful cooperation she had reeeivc'l during National Mus- m Week which was May 6-12. The annual state convention which featured the theme "Music. A Keynote for Living" was held at Cheney April 25-27 Mrs. H. A. Hansmeier told of the interesting time sle had. Mrs. Donovan Pal- mer. Mrs. R. W. Norvold and Mrs. O. G. Erickson also attended. Last Meeting Of The Season For Rachel Knott Guild The May 17 luncheon meeting of the Rachel Knott Orthopedic Guild was held at the Canal sum- met home of Mrs. Glendon Fer- guson with Mrs. rm. Bake]' as co-hostess. They were assisted by Mr. Ferguson's sister. Mrs. Ralph Wilhelm. The business meeting following the luncheon was presided over by Mrs. Les Shelver. president. Mrs Samuel Fritz, secretary, read the minutes of the April meeting. Mrs. Shelver turned into Mrs. Fritz, chairman of the "Next to New Sale". $18 received from Mrs. Kimbel for the sale of dresses left from the sale and taken to the Kimbel basement. It had been voted in April tV make the sale a year around project and members are urged to gather clothing that can be sold this fall and winter. Officers for next year are: Pres- ident. Mrs Pearl Dutcher: wee president, Mrs. Chuck Rowe: sec- retary, Mrs. Harold Nordeng; treasurer, Mrs. Herb Rotter. Iv[rs. Dutcher announced com- mittees for the coming yeas' as follows: Ways and Means, Mrs. Les Shelver: membership, Mrs. Harry Deegan and, Mrs. Samuel Fritz : calendars. Mrs. Dexter Edge; Penny Drive. Mrs. Grover Brewster; publicity, Mrs. George Cropper. The members thanked Mrs. Shel- ver for her untiring effbrt as president the past year anti Mrs Duteher thanked the hostesses their hospitality. Mrs. Ruth Smith talked of mus- ic in Alaska and Canada. Mrs. Robert Tanner accompanied by Mrs. Lewis sang some French and Canadian folk songs. The group was pleased to neet MAss Ethel Hepner from Tokyo, Japan. She was Mrs. Roy Rec- tor's guest during her stay m Shelton. Mrs. Ralph Wagner installed the new 1963-64 officers, who are: Mrs. O. G. Erickson. president; Mrs. Ralph Hoffman. vice prem- dent; Mrs. Roy Rector secretary,: and Mrs. Edna Webber treasures'. Club members are reminded that the next meeting will be held at Mrs. R. M. Horton's home June 11 and will be a 5:30 p.m. potluck dinner. The Shelton Music Club is af- filiated with he State and Nation- al Federation of Music Clubs. Georgine Reed Guild Elects New Officers The Georgine Reed Orthopedic Guild met May 17 at the Colonial House. Co-Hostesses were Mrs. H E. Grant and Mrs. Alden Bayley. A delicious salad luncheon was enjoyed by 18 members and one out-of-town guest, Mrs. M. Koph- ingst, formerly of Shelton. now re- siding in Vancouver. Wash. She was a house guest of Mrs. Chas. Lewis for a few days. The business meeting followed luncheon with the election of new officers. Mrs. Roy McConkey is the new president and Mrs. Paul Schlosser, secretary-treasurer. The new president extended a vote of thanks on behalf of all members to the outgoing president. Mrs. Edwin Lovell, and the former sec- retary-treasurer, Mrs. Richard O. Yeager. The guild's annual picnic will be held the third Friday in June. Mrs. MeConkey offered her canal home for the oceasfon with Mrs. Yeager as co-hostess. Bridge fol- lowed the business meeting. Homemakers Club To Visit Prison The Hillcrest Homemakers Club will meet at 10:30 a.m next Wed- nesday at the home of Mrs. W. J. Cuzick on Mill Creek road Lunch will follow a business meeting then the group will make a visit to the new prison. Mrs. l:ta Jones was a visitor at the last meeting at which 16 meinbers were present.-;:M rs, B. L. Bailey demonstr:ated ho;',Jtb naake hats. * High School Spotlight * LOREN GEE will graduate in the top ten of his class next week. He plans to attend WSU and major in Forestry. He has attended. Mason county schools since the third grade. Loren Gee was born Feb. 2, 1945 [ of Thespians and appeared in the in Sedro Wooley. The summer be- I senior play. He was president of fore he entered the third grade he his junior class. Loren was also moved to the Skokomish Valley. a member of the Highclimber 'He attended valley schools through the 8th grade before entering the Sheltn Junior high school in the 9th grade. He will graduate among the top ten in his class next week. Loren plans to attend Washing- ton State University in the fall where he will ma,lor in Forestry. His subjects this year have been trigonometry, chemistry, English, senior math and civics. His school activities include Lat- in club. Thespians and Honor So- ciety. He is this year's president wrestling team, Fishing, hunting, building model airplanes and tying flies are his hobbies. He has been active in 4-H work and has won his share of awards in the past seven years Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Gee, Sko- komish Valley, are the parents of this 5'11". 150 pound senior He has one older sister who is mar- ried. Loren has brown hair as well as brown eyes, which, we might add, are usually snapping with mischief. 0 LUMBER HARDWARE PAINTS 1 mile off highway on Cole Road Cole Road Builders Supply Cole Road Ph. 426-8224 Former Resident And Friend Visit Visiting in Sh[on this past week has been ft terrier resident. Miss Carlita Durand. and a friend. Capt, Virginia Dixor. goth of Phoenix. Ariz. Capt Dixon is a nurse stationed at Luke AFB neat' Phoenix. The two have been visiting with Miss Durand's mother. Mrs. Louis Durand. her grandmother. Mrs. Dollie Simp'son. and her sisters :rod their families, the Lowell Jar- vis' and the Drew Coles. Part of their' sightseeing includ- ed a trip around the Loop, which re]pressed Capt. Dixon very much. Unfortunately, Miss 1)urand's grandmother. v[rs. Simpson. had to enter the hospital before net visit was over. New Officers Elected By Garden Club. The Shelton Garden Club met May 20 at the home of Mrs. Chas. Runacres. The following ofhcers were elected for next yea]': Pres- ident. Mrs. H. A. Hansmeicr: first vice president. Mrs. W. A. "Wit- siers; second wee president. Sirs. Percy Kennerly; recording secre- tary, Mrs. Isaac Jeffery; corres- ponding secretary, M,'s Nena P. Hoberts: treasurer. Mrs. Frank Travis. Sr. The club will sponsor a girl to be sent to the Festival of Queens o be held in tire Seattle Civic Cen- ter ,Tune 23. Mrs George Cropper was co- hostess. SET JUNE 29 WEDDING DATE A June 29 wedd- ing date has been set by Miss Ruby Travis and Mr. Brian D. Under- wood. Miss Tra- vis. a senior at Mount Si higI1 sch ool, is the daughter, of Mr and Mrs. John Travis, N o r t h Bend. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Under- wood of Hoods- port are oarents of the bride- groom-to-be. He is a 1958 gradu- ate of Irene S. Reed high school and a 1960 grad- uate of Edison Technical school in Seattle. He is presently em- ployed by WSR at North Bend as a radio dis- patcher. SEY Club Sets Date For Picnic The St. Edward's Youh Club will hold a potluck pmnic at the Stateson's Cove cabin of the James Connollys M_emorial Day. Hot dogs and pop will be furnished by the club but the rest of the picnic will be potluck. Events for the day include swim- ruing, water skiing and tenni If any member needs transportation call Diane Frank at 426-6146 be- fore the day of the picnic. At the last business meeting for the year new officers were elected For next year. They are: President. Rick McComb; vice president, Nancy Wyatt; secretary, Diane Zukowski; treasurer, Cathy Card- inal. 1leetings will resume after school starts in the fall. Eagles Auxiliary Has New Officers Eagles Auxiliary No. 2079 held election of officers at its May 14 meeting. Elected to office were: President. Jean Dorsett: vice pres- ident, Ruby Lorenzen: chaplain, Myrtle Svcearingen; conductress. Bertha Lord; treasurer. Florence Marler; inside guard. Bertha John- son: outside ' guard, Agnes Lund; trustee, Dorothy Eads: past ma- dam president. Virginia Dundas. Edna Kneeland resigned as vice president and Ruby Lorenzen was nominated and eleetect NAVY MOTHERS CLUB There will be a meeting of the Navy Mothers Club at 8 p.m. next Thursday at the Memorial Hall. Shelton General IIospital Mr. and Mrs. David G. Johnson, 904 Euclid, a boy, May 21. Mr. and Mrs. Billy L. Kellogg, Rt. 2 Box 23, a boy, May 24. Mr. and Mrs. O1 Ramsfield, 1202 Co]a, a girl, May 24. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur. Lovell, 620 Arcadia, a boy, May 25. Visitation Is Made By Eagle Members. Members of the local Eagles Aerie and Auxiliary attended Olympia's birthday meeting rec- ently. Beautifully decorated tables held a cake for each month of the year. After the tables and cakes were judged. Marie Lewis auctioned the cakes. Lloyd Lewis was one of the judges :Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Lewis and Mrs. Herman Lorenzen visited the aerie and auxiliary. Visitors Feted On 46th Anniversary A surprise party was given to honor the 46th wedding annivers- ary of Ms'. and Mrs. Em Lamke of Rapid City, SD., last Friday evening. The couple was feted at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Stuck where they were visiting. Attending were Mr. and Mrs. Russell Stuck. Mr. and Mrs. /vlerle Holloway, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Leman and Lionel. and Ernest Stuck. all of Shelton. Will Coles, Kodiak, Alaska. Loren Stuc. Downey, Calif., and Levita Ander- son. San Diego Calif. Refreshments were served. Mrs. Ruddell Is New PTA Head Mr. View PTA installed new of- ficers at its meeting Monday night. ,_Mrs. ,Toe Miltenberger installed Mrs. Clyde Ruddell as president: Mrs. Dick Fuller. first vice presi- dent: Mrs. Marvin Lund as second vice president; Mrs. Rodger Tuson as ,'secretary; and Mrs. James Connolly as treasurer. Brownie troop 179 led the flag salute with Rev. Knautz giving the invocation. Mrs Alfred Sandoval closed the meeting with a short inspirational. Ray Densley, Jr. was recently honored with a PTA life member- ship for his work with the youth of the community. OES SOCIAL CLUB Eastern Star Social Club will meet next Tuesday at the home of Mrs. James Waldrip, 1019 E. Cascade for a 12 noon luncheon. USED CARS 1958 PLYMOUTH CLUB SEDAN ...... $RA Radto, Heater Push Bu r n v'- , - tton t a s., Engine Rebuilt 1957 FORD STATION WAGON ........ $795 Radio, Heater, Automatic 1957 CHEVROLET BELAIR ................ $69'5 6 cyl. 4 dr, 1955 MERCURY 9-pass. wagon ........ =S95 Radio, Heater, Automatic- Real Clean! 1953 CHEVROLET 4-door ................ $295 1953 PONTIAC 4 dr ............................. $295 T R U G K S 1956 FORD .............................................. s845 3/4-Ton Pickup  New Engine $100 SPECIAL -- runs good! 1952 DODGE Std. trans. GET A '63 DODGE They're Dependable ! Guaranteed for 50,000 Miles or 5 Years!! We wil be closed all day Thursday for Memorial Day PAULEY HOTORS Front St. & Railroad Ave. Phone 426-8183 w..rs .om00 ,. Recipe Favorites 0fCounty JELLO-ICE CREAM DESSERT is a cool summery enjoyed often by Ruby Allen's family. It is a quick can be prepared hours ahead of serving time. :i= :11 :1: :,; Jello-Ice Cream Dessert is a cream mixture favorite summertime dish at Ruby refrigerator until Allen's house. It is also a wonder- ful year-round party dessert. Jel- lo, ice cream and strawberries combined make this delicious, in- expensive taste treat.  Ruby's husband, Virgil, works for the U.S. Forestry Service. They  have fJur youngsters. Ronnie, 15. d Eldon, 12. Debra. 10. and Timmie, 6. Recently Ruby was installed as second vice president of Bordeaux PTA. She is also vice president of the Housewive's bowling league for the next season. Ruby has been- a room mother each year since her children started school She also puts in a lot of time on hmeh room duty at the school. Bowling, a hobby she just took up a couple of years ago, is one Ruby likes very much. She also enjoys camping with her family. Ruby looks forward to the once- a-month meeting of the Forestry Wire's pinochle club. Jello-Ice Cream Dessert 1 pkg. strawberry jello Double load 1 cup boiling water" Rt g Washer 1 pt. frozen strawberries Single load waShe 1/2 pt. strawberry ice crean] 1 cup graham cracker crumbs Dissolve jello in boiling water. @ Extractor add frozen strawberries. Sfr un- til thawed then add ice cream. Spread graham cracker crum)s on bottom of dish and pour jello-ice Auxiliary To Name New District Officers A fifth district meeting of the Ladies Auxiliary to the Veter- aus of Foreign Wars will be held this Saturday at Westport. This meeting will be election and instal- lation of new district ofhcers. The auxiliary will participate in Memorial serwces on Memorial I Day at the Shelton cemetery. Drapes Curtains Slip Covers Suits Coats Sweaters Skirts Dresses LAUNDRY Dryers Attendant On Daily 8 a.rm "" ( La (Across froln Min AND- THURSDAY, MAY 30 ORDER FREDDIE'S FLOW 323 Franklin sheltOO