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PACE 10 SI-!IgLTON--MASON COUNTY JOURNAG--Publihed in .tfChriatmatown, U.S.A.", Shelton, .Washington Thursday, Hood Canal Club Slates Fathers' Day Breakfas! Sunday Plans for the annual Fathers' Day pancake breakfast to be giv- en by the Hood Canal Woman's chib this Sunday arc complete. Breakfast will he served from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m aI the Woman's Chlbhouse at Potlatch. The price will be $1.25 for adults, 75 cents for children under 12. The affair is under the chair- manship of Mrs. Rose Mille. Hoodsport. Three brave men will assist in the kitchen. Harold Mille, Hoodsport. Thomas Turner, Union, and Verne Hill, Shelton. Women assistants are the Mes- dames Matt.ie Baekhmd, Lilliwaup, Esther Christansen. Cecil Gilbert and Lois Pierce. all of Potlatch. Alice Hill Shelton, Teresa Red- man, Hoodsporq Ann Rowe, Pot- latch and Zoe Sceva. Lilliwaup. Serving on the poster commit- tee are the Mesdames Lois Pierce, Chaz Reader and Helen Thwaites. Mrs. Ilma Jenner is. in charge of publicity. The dining room will be under the direction of Mrs. Ada Travis. Shelton, assisted by Mesdames Ni- na Miller. Union, and Anna Run- acres, Shelton. Waitresses will be members of the former Girl Scout Troop 29. Virginia Crumb, Louise Jasper, Barbara Jarvis. Linda and Jan Rode(son, Carolyn Schwab, Trudy Tweed and Michelle White, Mrs. Helen Thwaites, ticket chairman, announces that tickets need not be obtained previous to the breakfast but may be pur- chased at the door. The public is invited to attend. STATE FLOWER IS BACKGROUND FOR MAY WEDDING CEREMONY Native rhododendron and dog- wood decorated the First Baptist church May 25 for the 8 p.m. wed- ding Of Sandra Mattson and Den- is Loertsehcr. The double-ring rites for the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Mattson and the son of Mr. and Mrs. Hartley Loerts- cher was performed by Rev. Eu- gene Knautz. Both families are from Shelton. Mr. Mattson escorted his daugh- ter down the aisle. Her ballerina- length gown was of lace over taf- feta. Her veil was caught to a rhinestone tiara. She earned a bouquet of pink rosebuds, step- hanotis and a eattlya orchid, The bridegroom's sister. Miss Kay Loertscher. was maid of ho- nor. She wore a blue cotton bro- cade dress and earned a bouquet of pink carnations and rosebuds, Gary Mattson, brother of the bride, and Gordon Ragan served as candle lighters and ushers. Joe Lawson was best man for the bridegroom. Miss Jenny Knautz accompanied John Cole, wno sang "Because". and "The Vedding Prayer". A blue taffeta brocade sheath with white accessories was worn by the bride's mother and a mocha frosted print dress with bone ac- cessories by the bridegroom's mo- ther. Both had corsages of pink carnations, The reception was held in the church parlors following the cere- mony. The wedding cake baked and decorated by Mrs. Louis Asche was designed with pink roses and sugar bells and topped with a miniature bride and groom. Cutting the cake was Mrs. Alan Strutz and Mrs, Charles Robbins. Mrs. Jesse Ashe and Linda We- lander poured and Mrs. Pat Dug- ger attended the punch bowl. Glm'ia Welander took charge of the guest book and Merna A1- baugh' and Pat Daker were at the gift table. The newlyweds are both grad- uates of h'ene S. Reed high school. They will make their home in Se- attle where he is employed at Boeings. Mrs; Berge Takes Extensive Trip Mrs. Anna Berge, teacher and leNneipal at the Hoodspm't school, left today on the first leg of an extended trip which will include Holland, Switzerland, Germany, France. Belgium, Finland, England and Scotland. She is accompanied by  school teacher friend from Seattle. Mrs. Melba Williams. The couple will attend tim wedding of Mrs. Wil- liam's only son to a Norwegmn girl while they are in Norway. Mrs. Berge, who just finished her 40th year of teaching, made the trip with her husband six years ago and will revisit rela- tives of his that she had met on that trip. While in Helsinki. Fin- land she will attend the Lutheran Federation World Congress. The travelers do not plan to return until August 22 RETURNS FROM TRIP Jack Smith retnrfied Sunday from a trip to Missoula. Mont., where he attended the commence- ment exercises Of his only grand- daughter. Karen Kay Scheytt at the Missoula county high school. ]Mr. Smith was gone a week. i i . i j.Q . _J II  I Ill .  l I ......... _i-- For Your Home -- Economical, Practical NIGHT-TIME OUTDOOR ILLUMINATION For only a few cents a night you can light up your front yard and driveway, you can install a modern efficient light near your honse or garage, you can ban{sh the darkness around your patio or recreational area. Here's What You Get: Visualize YOUR home with one or more of these modern, efficient lights. Think of the many advantages you will enjoy and the peace of mind you realize if your property is effectively illuminated after dark. * An efficient and modern lighting lumi- naire designed for all outdoor areas. * A built-in photoelectric cell which turns on the light as darkness approaches and turns it off next morning automatically. * All brackets and hardware necessary for complete nstallation. * All electric power dsed during the oper- ation of the light. * Free maintenance and replacement of burned out bulbs. The Low Cost Will Surprise You -- Get Details Today From HASON COUNTY P.U.D. No. 3 JACK COLE TOM WEBB ED TAYLOR JERRY SAMPLES President Vice President Seoretary Manager Convention And Lunch On Agenda For Canal Club The Hood Canal Garden Club met last Thursday at the Lilliwaup clubhouse with Mrs. Francis Moake, Mrs. Kathryn Beardsly, M,'s. Elizabeth Dailey, Mrs. Evelyn Nieholson and Mrs. J. E. Shoen- berger as hmeheon hostesses. Mrs. D. H. Pierce. president conducted the business meeting which began at 11 a.m. In the af- ternoon Mrs. George Brydon dis- )layed McNess products for the benefit of the club. The club pre- sented Mrs. Beardsley and Mrs. Dailey with a gift for their new home in Olympia. Mrs. Mattie Baekhmd and Mrs. Pierce reported on the Olympia )istrict board meeting at Mrs. Gerald Hunt's, Port Townsend. which they attended May 28. Washington State Federation of Garden Clubs' convention will be held in Longview June 17-19 this ;ear. Several from the Hood Can- al Garden Club "plan to attend one cmy. Plans were made for the Rose Luncheon to be held at 12:30 p.m. June 20 at the Hood Canal %Vo- man's clubhouse. Potlatch Lunch- eon will be $1.25 a plate. The pub- lie is invited. Both the Garden Club and the Woman's Club have been dihgent- ly corresponding with tim State Department of Highways to get badly needed facilities along High- way 101 and Hood Canal for the use of tourists and are pleased to find their pleas have been ans- wered at Eagle Creek. Because July -t falls on the first Thursday of the month the next club' meeting will be July 11 at the Liltiwaup clubhouse. ALASKA IS WEDDING SCENE Birthday Celebration Feles Mike Speece Mike Speece celebrated his sev- enth birthday at Kneeland Park with the help of 14 girls and one boy. Enjoying a beautiful day in the park were Linda Little, Carol Chase. Viekie Stuller, Kathy Bar, Genell Stockwell Christine Frank, ,Julie and Debbie Frost, Susan ,Speece, Kerry Kramer, Lori Lund, Pare. Mary Ann and Chert Tabor and Scott Dethlefs. Organizing the party and help- ing serve refreshments were Mrs. Juanita Tabor, Mrs. Shirley Frot and Mrs. Ruth Speece. Mike turn- ed the tables and gave a small gift to each child attending. FOE Card Party Final Winners The final FOE Card Party of the season was held last Saturday night. High scores went to Viola Laugen and Ernie Swiger; second high to Clara and Enmst Stuck. Traveling pinochle was won by Virginia Dundas and Herman Learnard. Winners for the series wej:e,be high scorers of this final paity." Viola Laugen and Ernie Swiger. Mrs. Larsen Feted At Farewell Dinner A stirprise birthday and fare- well dinner was given May 26 for :Mrs. Florence Larsen at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Howard, Mrs. Larsen was presented with a piece of luggage as she is leav- ing to make her home in Keokuk, Iowa. She will also go to Connec- ticut in September to spend some time with her daughter, Mrs. Shar- on Kay Nelson, Bring yourself up to date behind the wheel! List all the things you've ever wanted in a motor car. Then check them off behind the wheel of a Cadillac. You'll find that the Cadillac scores some points of superiority you probably didn't even think of, Come in and learn all that's newl VISIT YOUR LOCAL AUTHORIZED DEALER HELL CHEVROLET COHPAHY 1ST & GROVE STS. 426-4426 MISS JANiCE RAE Mainwaring, daughter of the Reverend and Mrs. Ray Mainwaring of Kasilbf, Alaska, and Mr. Richard A. Swanson, son of Mr. and Mrs. John A. Swanson of Delmar, New York, were married last Saturday in the Kasilof Community church. The bride is a graduate of the Emanuel Hospital School of Nursing, Portland. Mr. Swanson is a graduate of the University of Michigan and is a student at the Episcopal Theo ogica School, Cabridge, Mass. The co. uplo Will reside in Cabridge while he is in school. KANGAS-FULLER WEDDING IS HELD IN OLYMPIA CHURCH MR. AND MRS. GEORGE FULLER following their wedding ceremony April 5 in an Olympia church. She is the former Mary Ellen Kangas, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John E. Kangas, Shelton. His parents are Mr. and Mrs. George H. Fuller, Bremer- ton. The Gloria Dei Lutheran church in Olympia was the scene of an 8 p.m. wedding last April 5 for Mary Ellen Kansas, daughter of Vh.. and Mrs. John E. Kangas, Shelton, and George Arlen Ful- ler. son of Mr. and Mrs. George H. Fuller, Bremerton. A floor-length gown of pure silk fashioned with a princess bodice, elbow-length sleeves and round neckline was chosen by thebide. Silk applique accented the bodice and neckline and the front of the skirt. She wore an illusion veil with a crown of lace and pearls and carried  bouquet of daffodils and yllow and white mums with streamers nd stephanotis. er fa- ther escorted her up te' aisle. Miss Mary Helena Matson.was maid of honor Miss Wihnifred Hanratty and Mrs. Claire Bens0n, both of Seattle, were bridesmaids. All three wore banana (yellow sheatl with matching linen pumps. Their hats Wei'e velvet and her circlet veils. They carried cres- cent-shap'ed bouquets of daffodils and mums with tiny wedding bells among the flowerS. Zane Fuller, brother of the groom, served as best man. Pat- rick Bayle and Larry Dachnhau- sen were ushers. Mrs. Philip Pauls- rude was organist with he bride's brother, Robert. acting as solo- ist. The bride's mother wore a pea- cockblue suit dress with beige ac- cessories. The mother of the bride- groom chose a beige coat and dress ensemble with melon acces- sories. Both mothers wore corsages of carnations. A reception was held in the church parlors following the cere- mony. The bride is an Irene S. Reed high school graduate. Her husband attended school at Bremerton high school and Olympic Junior college. Following a wedding trip to Can- ada the couple settled in Olympia where both are employees at the state house. OES PAST MATRONS POTLUCK LUNCHEON Past Matrons of Welcome Chap- ter No. 40 OES will meet with Mrs. Florence Taylor at Kamil- ehe for a 12:30 p,m. potluck hm- cheon next Thursday. Initiation will follow. Six Shelion Sludenis To Get Degrees From Olympic College Six students from the Shelton area will be among 177 graduat- ing from Olympic College m cere- monies Friday at the school's Slu- dent Center in Bremerton. Receiving an associates in arts degree are Peter Bueehel (eduea- t:ion); Morley Stewart Prepper- nau, Jr. I business administration) and Mary Lou Younglove (gene- ral). Associates in science degrees will be awarded to Kenneth William Martig, Jr.; Michael Dwayne el- son and Donald Edward Tobler. all engineering majors. Following the graduation exer- cises, a reception, open to the pub- lie, will be given in the court of the English-Social Science build- ng. OC Campus Wives will sdrve refreshments. Officers Elected By Tree Hound Assoc. Permanent officers of the Wes- tern Washington Tree Hound As- sociation were elected June 5 at the Grays Harbor Community Cen- ter. Maurice Bm-gess, Hoqumm. is the president; Dan Sleasman, Pa- cific Beach, vice president; Gee. Twidwell. Hoqumm, treasurer; Mrs. Dewey Handley, North Riv- er, secretary. There were 40 members present. FINAL ]EMINDER TO ]sR" CLASS OF '38 A final reminder to members of the ISR Class of 1938 the class reumon dinner-dance will be held this Saturday at the Moose Hail. Social hour from 6-7 p.m., dinner at 7 p.m. lVIembers who have not made reservations can do so by calling 426-8269. Monte Shindiggers Set Dairy Day Dance The Montesano Shtndigger Square Dance Club will sponsor its annual Dairy Day Dance this Saturday at 8:30 p.m. at the Mon- tesano city hall. Bennie BeFndson of Olympm will be the caller. New sound equipment will be in operation. Refreshments will be served. The public is invited. NEWLYWEDS VISIT Mr. and Mrs. Tom Powell are visiting in Shelton With Mrs. Pew- eli's pareuts. Mr, and Mrs. Clyde Townsend, following an extended honeymoon trip which included Ne- vada and California. EAGLES AUXILIARY SELECTS DELEGATE Jean Dorsett has been selected as a delegate to Eagles State con- vention in Aberdeen June 13-16. Opal Asche is the alternate. Originality does not consist of inventing a new language, but il} expressing in the accepted lang- uage all possible new and per- sonal thoughts. --Rene Dumesnil CityOf Drive Blue Banks for made their Tuesday in the chants. Members County Chapter banks throu "Through the ration of our able to stage thi help expand the vices of the City' afflicted." Blue Bank said. "Please give in this battle leukemias. blood, chest diseases." The the City of cal center. against amples of such the nation's first ium "Ring" and radiation unit and research cancer. From noW u1 Banks will be ing it easy and residents to Also servin campaig ton McClanahan, A thought though you dred times. COURTESY 2Etna CasU that the c, safe for his auto the careleSS why they. who qua 1.1: offers low. in convey all the ANGLE Angle Bldg. 426-8272 I WE CAN TRIPLE PLAY? In Financial Services WITH PERSONAL OffeTed from our Shelton WE TOUCH ALL THE BASES LOANS / / Home / / / [] SAVINGS .... _. 2nd [] SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES YOUR SAVINGS at current EARN DIVIOENDS 4%% compounded four times A1 Shelton Branch Thurston County Savings & Loan Accounts Insured to $10,000.00 by 9 A.M. -- 4 P.M. Monday thrU 10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Fri days Home Office 5th & CaMtol Way @ 313 \\; Olympia, Wash. SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES , Private,