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June 6, 1963

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PAGE SELTON I4ON"COU]iY 3)URNAt&apos;Publihed- in 'fOhi:{,tmaown. U.S.A.". he]ton, Washington ThursdaY,: Final Distrid Meet Of Season For FOE Shelton FOE No. 2079 wa host for District No. 3 at the airport hall recently. Ninety men and 134 women were present. This was the last district meeting until Sep- tember. Lloyd Lewis has been elected District chairman. Marie Lewis had the Pew District deputy and secretary installed. Deputy Laura Brown. and Secretary Alice Per- leins, both of Olympm. and Myrtle Triplott, Chehalis, did the instal- "ling. Vorna Loftquist was chosen Mo- ther and Alice Herzog is the new musician, ... NEW... LAWN-BOY FINGER tip START JUST TOUCH AND MOW Lightest weight Magnalite Housing cuts mower weight. ,-Quietest mowing Oversize muffler reduces noise. Safest operation Exceeds ASA standards. Highest powered Super-powei'ed for smoother mowing. Easiest lawn care Vacuum sweeps leaves and clippings into the bag, In Short.., LAWN-BOY is the mowingest mower on the market! Priced from $69.95 SAEGER MOTOR SHOP On Hillcrest i i , Olympic DisMct Garden Club Board Meeting The executive board of" the Olympic District. Wash. State Fe- deration of Garden Clubs met at the home of the director. Mrs. Gerald Hunt. Port Townsend. May 28. As this district and the Cross Sound district are to be hostess districts foe the 1964 convention in Port Angeles, plans were made ro' a promotion skit r.o be present- ed at the 1963 convention in Long- view in Jfine..Taking pirt grill be the district members going from this area Mrs Clail Blank. immed- iate past director of Sequim, and Port Angeles Garden Club presi- dent-elect, Mrs. Jack Plis.'<ett are in charge. Again this year the Scars and Roe.buck Urban Development Fund has given a substmitial amount to Washington State Federation to be divided among the districts for beautification projects. Sequim Prairie Garden Ciub ag- ain this year won the Richfield Oil Co. sponsored Civic Beautifi- cation contest for w(,rk on its Me- mm'ial park and will receive a spe- cimen tree of its choice. Mrs. I. A. Ranta of Port An- geles expressed her appreciation to OYO AWARDS PRESENTED AT LAST MEETING OF SOHOOL YEAR the clubs in the district for their ahnost I00 percent support of the Scholarship and Memorial fund. This fund yearly makes available three scholarships to students in Washington state in the fields of I-Iortieulhlre. Floriculture and Landscape design. A grant is made eacl summer to a stud- ent in botany who works With the State Park program in listing and classifying the flora and fuana in a state park. Attending the meeting from this area were Iv[rs. G. F. Taylbr, Le- land, Wash., Mrs. nsgai, P'ddr- sen, Mrs, Ray -Nordt and M;. George Tracy of Nordland, and Mrs. Lee Davis of Port Townsend. GETS C-VSC DEGREE Carolyn A. Edwards, Shelton. is among the students at Central Washington State College who will get degrees at Commencement ex- ercises June 8. FATHER MARK Weiehmann presented CYO Boy and Girl of the Year awards to Fran Demmon and Bill LeDrew at the award din- ner held last Friday in St. Edward's parish hall. Miss Demmon iS :!: * 4: * The Catholic Youth Organiza- tion held its last meeting of the school year May 28 with an award dinner in St ,PEdward'm Parish Hall. Honored guests Were the parents and ninth graders, and Mr. and Mrs. Gale Fenling and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bourgault. Out-of-town- guests were Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Caldwell. arch- diocesan adult president, and Rev. Gerald Moffat. priest director. En- tertainment was provided by Ger- ri Gems and Caroln Gardner. Special awards were presented to Mrs. Ted Wittenberg, Mrs. Ru- d Flakus, Mrs. Hem'y Warnes and Mr. and Mrs. Dan Morgan for their able assistance through- out the year with the CYO. Bill LeDrew. president, presented Charleen Smith. adult advisor. with a corsage and a gift from all the members lin event of the evening was the presentation of the Boy and II I r SaegerMotor Shop on Hillcrest Kappa Psi i I ill i ii i . i II Girl of the Year awards. They were awarded ty Bill LeDrew, son of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Morgan, and Fran Demmon, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Demmon. An Inspirational award was presented to Denny Cardinal, son of Mrs. George Cardinal, for outstanding sportsmanship during Church League Basketball season. All retiring officers were pre- sented certificates and new offi- cers were introduced. Jim Doerty, newly elected president, was pre- sented a gavel by Bill LeDrew, retiring president. Deegans Return From Visit With Daughter Dr. and Mrs. Harry Deegan re- turned last week from a visit with their daughter, Bonnie Jean Ford, and family at. San Jose, Calif. Dr. Ford has obtained sabba- tical leave from San Jose State college for the next year and will serve as Assist. Superintendent of Curriculum on Headquarter's Staff for the Army's dependent schools in Germany, France, Italy ann Spain He and his family will leave early in July and will be stationed at Karlsruhe, Germany. SENIOR PARTY PLANS COMPLETE Final plans are made and every- thing to make the all-night party for graduating senmrs an occasion to, naember, has been taken care of. Parents will host grads Friday night at theGolf Course follow- ing commencement exercises. An evening of fun, dancing and games plus a supper and breakfast have been planned. Progress is the real cure for an overestimate 0f ourselves. ---G. Macdonald Monza Spydor Conve?tibl:  ....... ! " .......... :. ; M0n-za Spyder Club Coup= " ( or high water K ' . Vacations go smo0th00 inn Chevrolet orvair Bring on thoe mountMns! They're ;not so :hlgh and over'or golng dry, because there's no radiator. Corva|r's ' ...... ' ......... i " " 1 " mighty when you ve got Corvmr s gutty sx and rear- eng ne is air COO ed, No concern about brake adjust- engine traction working On them. _  k : menLs, either, beCauge the brakes idjus = You scurry p the meanest "grades. ,k' ,., t.hemselves. Nohing much to think You move with sure-footed agility on   about at all except the good time you re wet pavement muddy lanes, gravel arid tl___. _ m hdvir/. other would-be miseries. , fHfVROLfT Like to do that in a Sporty bucket- And with most of Corvair's Weight seated Monza Club Coupe or Convert- ible? Like to spring into summer with a 4,speed stick shift* and Spyder pack- age* with its 150-hp Turbocharged engine? Your dealer's got just the Corvair and the Trade 'N' Travel deal on it to put you in a holiday mood. on the rear wheels;you have easy steer- ing, too, Fact is, the :hmldling's so light and responsive we don,t, even of:ftr power steering for thecar. .... And there's more to feel good about,  .... No problems with your radiator boiling  : YOURSHEI/ROLET DEALER'S .... ....... *Optional at extra cost CHECK HIS DEA00 ON CH00O00, H, CORVAIR AND CORVETTE ELL CHEVBOLET OOMPANY 1st & Grove Sts. Sheltohr Washington 426.4426 t i iii 1 i ii i J _ ---- *" . an ISR junior, LeOrew a graduating senior. Denny Cardina re- ceived the Inspirational award for outstanding sportsm'mship during the Church League Basketball season. SocialEvents Society Editor Marj Waters Phone 426-4412 Port Orohard, Belfair VFW Install New Officers At Rebil Nuel Curtis Post and Auxiliary 5372 Veterans of Foreign Wars of Belfair held its installation of of- ricers at Retsil recently in con- junction with Fred B. Needham Post and Auxiliary 2669 of Port Orchard Installing officer for the auxil- iaries was Marguerite Minty, pre- sident of the Department of Wa- shington and ,V. A. Talbott. 4th disfCrict commander, had the hon- or of installing the posts. Corsages of gold poppies were presented to the department offi- cers who were: Marguerite Minty, department president; Rose Be- ham and Dollie Parsons. past de- partment president; Dorothy Price, 4th district president; Edna O. Hanify, department secretary; and Nadine Tucker, deputy chief of staff. They were welcomed by presidents Sally Natland of BeN fair and Rose McMillan of Port Orchard. Installing ritual was conducted by the 4th district color team and gifts were presented to them and to the installing officer. Gifts were presented Lo both auxiliary presi- dents by the members. Officers installed for Nuel Cur- tis were: Mrs. Einar Johnson, pre- sident; Mrs. A. M. Olsen. Sr. vine president; 1V[rs. Joe Tsehida, Jr'. vice president; Mrs. Phillip Han- ify, treasurer: Mrs, James Huff- man. guard; Mrs. F. M. Greenler, Chaplain; Mrs. Gordon Sqttire, con- ductress; Mrs. O. G. Nichols, Miss Valley Willey and Mrs. Emil Gaet- aria, trustees; Mrs. Jess Brian flag bearer; Mrs. lauline Hannegan, banner bearer; Mrs. Dollie Par- sons, Mrs. Kenneth Grafidy, Mrs. O. G. Nichols and Miss Valley Willey, color bearers; Mrs. Gaet- ana, historian; Mrs. Myron Polk, patriotic instructor and Mrs. L. A. M0ngrain, secretary. Post officers'are Kenneth Grant dy, commander; Frank DeMiero, Sr., vice commander; Jess Brian, Jr. vice; Howard Collier, quarter- master; MJa'on Polk., judge ad- vocate; James Huffman, chaplain; Phillip Hanify, surgeon; Arvith M. Christiansen, advocate; and C. G. Nichols, Kay Thompson arid L. AleXander, trnstees. important Meeting Tomorrow For 'The VFW Auxiliary The next regular business meet- irig. of the Ladies Auxiliary to the Veterans of Foreign Wars will be held at 8 p.m. Friday in 'the Me- morial building. Last week hosp{tal chairman, Jo'Sparks, attended Fecognition. ceremonies at Afiaerican Lake hos- pital. She was p'iesented an aware for her a u x i 1 iary's outstanding Work this past year. Others t- t'ending the rbghm with her were Florence HamlKon Far Rob- inson, Emma Grassl, Be"nice Jhns- son and Marian Johnson. A Cas- cade Council award was presented to Marian Johnson. Bernice Jansson, accompanied by Jo Sparks and Florence i?tamil - ton, went to Mary M. Knight school to iue the VFW auxiliary writing contest awaid to sec0iict place winner, Donna 'Owen... A large attendance is urged for Friday's meeting as no other meet- ing will be "lield in Jufie. Discu- sion will be held regarding De- partment convention beifig held in Aberdeen. A report of fihe recent district meeting held in Wtnnr will be given 0ffic " " " rs elec(ed o district offides Will also be an- nounced. Attending district meeting were the Messrs ahd lesdames Charles Cox, John Jansson, Darrell Sparks, Merve Smith; Frank B20kett; Bill Gephart, Wayne Robinson, Larry' Godwin and Merle VanderWal, Sue Weaver, Marian Johnson and Flor- ence Hamilton. Great steps in human progress are made by things that delft worR the way philosophy thought they Should. Charles F. Kettering. IWCTU Meeting Is Tomorrow The Woman's Christian Temp- erance Union will meet tomorrow at 1 p.m. for a no host hmcheon and program at the home of Mrs. Olive Quartier. 317 No. 5tl sreet. The program topic will be "The Work of Hands and Heart" featur- ing social service temperance, missions and spiritual life depart- ments. HOOD CANAL CLUB SLATES BREAKFAST The Hood Canal Woman's Club will hold its annual pancake break- fast June 16 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Potlatch clubhouse. Price will be $1.25 per person. The public is invited to attend ............................ GOLDEN GRADUATION FOR LOCAL COUPLE Mr. and Mrs. Warren Lincoln left last weekend to attend their Golden Graduation 50-year reun- ion at WasMngton State Unlver- sity in Pulhnan. They were the only married al- umnae couple graduated in 1913. ........................ RETURN FROM TRIP Mr. and Mrs. George Koch have returned from a three-wtmk train trip which took them to DeLand. Florida and back to Chicago where they visited with relatives. They reported a wonderful trip but were happy to be back in the Pacific Northwest. Eagles Joint Installation 'To Be Held Tuesday A joint installation of officers will be held by the FOE No. 2079 at 8 p.m. next Tuesday at the air- port hall New officers to be instailed for the aerie are: President. Lester DorseLt: vice president. Fred Stuck; chaplain. Curtis Cammack: ndde guard. Earl Leggett: out- side guard. Ernest SLack: trustees. Albert C. Lord Lynn Cole and "Wal!y Dtmdas: secretary, Frank Marler: treasurer. Winston Ascl:e: past president. Ray Morkert. Auxiliary offieer- are: Presi- dent Jean Dorsett; vice president. Ruby Lorenzen: chaplain, Myrtle Swearingen; conductress. I3ertha Lord: outside guard, Agnes Lund: inside guard. Bertha Johnson: sec- retary,. Opal Asche: treamu-er. Florence l,{arler; trustees. DOl't)- thy Ead. VVinifred Morkert and Alice Bariekman: past president, Virginia Dundas. Names of two charter members, Myrtle Glenn and Tins Chamber- [in, were left out of a t'ecent ar- ticle reporting the auxiiiary's hon- )rhtg of past 'madam pve.idenls and charter lnentbers. Neither were present, hill they wtu'o iloI]- wed with gifts. .................... I The greater part of pr)gesa is I the desire to progres-.Seneca L0 up to $ Loans on autm ment, other Lake up to 48 Lo repay. Cre Insurance able. Phone, or write: : SERVIGE 00 r 124 Shelton, HALT EN61NE W There's a remarkable new ashless detergent deposit-free Motor Oils. It keeps combustion cn clean and engine parts so free of sludge you thousands of extra miles from the engines equipment. You'll find exact!y what yot "RPM"--the only complete line of de oils. RPM Supreme--an all-season, multigrade that can save up to 15% in gas. RPM Special- the only single grade, deposit-free motor oil available. For any Stdndard Oil product, call g. 0. ,Cole & Sons inc. 113 So, Third 426-4411 i!:[!i:!i;i!iii::iii!i , add.-a- evelr00r "t() Fresh, cold milk aL mealtime makes your hvorite foods better. And each refreshing sip o[ milk contributes ) are important to your family's health. That's wh5 mate for every meal. Add-a-glass.a-milk mornlng, . %: