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June 13, 1963     Shelton Mason County Journal
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PAGE 6 , graduating seniors and their dates stood (or sat) hnd visited, some 'danced and some played games, but all had a night to remember last Friday when they were entertained at the annual Senior all, night party sponsored by parents of graduates. The theme "Safari" was aptly interpreted in the The Veterans Administration ,sl the: third largest employer among I Uie Federal agencies, with more I tlza, n 170,000 employees i F Art:Point Wea&ng Invtatwns :rH ULTIMAT IN Quam:v. laVitations that express without words that you are a persOn of good taste and that your "once in a life- time" event will be correct in every detail. '100 for $14,95 and up m k',, ' The JOURHAL SHELTON--MASON COUNTY J0(IRNAL- Published in "Chrstmastown, U.S.A.", Shelton, Washington Wall i,|tlfal seell I11 the strove picture, Dancing to live music, games of chance and games of skill provided entertainment and fun for everyone. A midnight supper and early morning breakfast plus pop and ice cream available all night supplied the energy to keep most of the crowd going until the wee hours of the morning. SIGHTING IN 'C-Mrs. Peggy Markham, lookout on Dow Mountain, sights through the "fire finder" in the new lookout tower into which she moved this week. This is Mrs. Markham's first year as a lookout. Estates valued at more than $3/4 billion are administered by the Veterans Administration for min- ors and mentally incompetent per- sons. GI loans administered by the Vet- erans Administration have finan- ced one of every five homes built in the United States since the enct of World War II. THERE'S NOTHING LIKE A HOT BATH to relax oie a.er getting another,'class safely graduated! Two ISR Class of '63 grads, Clintorr Halbert and Rosemary Stuck, pose with one of the decorations in the "Safari, theme used at the Senior all-night party following commencement last Friday night. The Great White Hunter who got caught in the pot spent the evening in the vi- cinity of the outside games which were a very entertaining part of the eVening provided by the graduating senior's parents. Knutson Molly Murdey Attends Journalism Workshop Jerry Knutson was named 5ay- eee of the Month by the Shelton Jayeees at their dinner meeting last week. The award was present- ed by Jaycee President Arnold Fox for outstanding contributions to the community. The. Jaycees plan to present the award at their dinne- meeting each month. Knutson, a teacher in Shelton )er editors and staff mem- bers from throughout the state attending the second annual News- paper Workshop conducted by the University of Washington School of Communications this week is Molly Murdey of Shelton. Miss Murdey, a junior this past year at Irene S. Reed high school, is sponsored at the workslmp by the Shelton-Mason County Journal and will join the Jom'nal's summer 'staff next week upon completion bf tle workshop The morning workshop sessions feature talks by professional news- men. During the afternoons the students are working on the first edition of the University's sum- mer daily newspaper. Arso plan- ned for i?hursday and Friday are field trips to the Edmonds Trib- une-Review and the Seattle P.I. When size joins the Journal staff next Monday Miss Murdey, who is the daughter of Mrs. Walter Elliott, will assume the duties of society editor as summer replace- ment for Mrs. Marj Waters. Junior high, has served in many capacities on projects during the past four years. The most recent was the chairmanship of the For- est Festival Fun Night, which played to a packed house. Wanl Ads Pay Off !" !i ? i' i; ! ; ! : ...... i : i: TAKE FIVE! Relaxing between dances at the followed the theme s{ "or all-night party following commencement in front Of a true-to- last Friday night are two Class of '63 girl grad- with palm trees. uates; Chris Bunnell and Lynne Stevens with their sponsor this annual party dates. The handsome fellow in the back with the immediately following bone in his hair is part of the decorations which ing breakfast and ent Dave and Sherry Harrison will conduct one week of Children's Meetings at the Shelton Assembly of God June 17 - 21. The meetings will be held from 7 to 8:30 p.m. The services will in- clude, dramatized Bible stories, Bryan the talking Bear, Puppets, Scripture memorization, and special music. Children of the Shel- ton area are cordially invited to attend this specially planned program just for them. Is property Thursday Pulp Union Goniracl Talks Set July 9 Negotiations between tcayonier Inc. and the Pulp and Paper Mill Workers Union will resume in Portland July 9, Ralph Davisou, delegate from local 161 here said. The union rnelnbers overwhelm- ingly rejected the first company offer. Negotiations ae conducted on a regional level with several pulp mills and unions participating o]3 a uniform agreement. Weather .of the area, County Com how they the open ra changed. They to ]; mission after would be Set sion to hear : the questtdiLi plant trees had, not done cattle age they, ..... ings. , . He said t -- )nly d eStl,ic High Low rrecip.[ The ,Iune 5 ............ 65 48 .23 June 6 ............ 67 46 -- June 7 ............. 62 51 .10 June 8 ............ 61 , 50 -- June 9 ........... 68 48 .11 June 10 .......... 80 46 -- June 11 .......... 73 52 -- More than 7,000 medical research projects in all fields of medicine are being conducted by the Vet- erans Administration. 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