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High School Spotlight ii -i i//-",i ,(: HENRIETTA WARNES joined the annua; cavalcade of job-hunt- ing graduates this June. She is a 1963 grad of Irene S. Reed high school.- Summer finds school students scattering to the winds. Many of m Can Say You Tax MoneyJ Are you la|mlng all drug de ductlons to which you are entitled? Thousands of ems can be liJted. DrugTax--available [ree to our customers--furnishes you an an- nual record. Come in today and ask about DrugTax. It's ree. Stazt roving tax moneyi PREPP'S Rexall Slore 222 West Birch Phone 426-4642 Landlord Copyright 1962 the graduating seniors from this year's class had jobs lined up some will rest before going on to school in the fall. Henrietta Warnes has joined the annual group of job hunting graduates. During her senior year she took office practice, bookkeeping, ad- vanced shorthand, civics and ad- vaztced dramatics. Henrietta was active in school. This year she was assembly chair- man, belonged to Thespians and Board of Control. She worked On make-up for .the sophomore and junior plays:and was a member of Pep Club. In her junior year she was in the class play. During the past year she was treasurer for the Catholic Youth Organization, of which she is an active member, Henrietta was born Feb. 24, 1945 in Dos Palos. California and came to Shelton when she was four years old. The daughter of Mrs. and Mrs. Henry Warnes on Cota Street, she has a sister, Marie, who will be a senior this fall, and a brother, Arnold, who is eight years old. wimming, reading and going to movies ,are the favorite hobbies of this 5 4 ' graduate She has brown eyes and dark brown hair. Les Jos!in SUGGESTS=  It's four times as hazardous to ride in your own car as to travel by airline. See me about low cost Accident Insurance, .;:,,)...-=, 1627 SUMMIT DRIVE @ Social Even ts Society Editor Marl Water= Phone 426-4412 PINK AND WHITE 'THEME FOR FULLER-BREWER WEDDING JUNE 8 was the wedding date cosen by Mr and Mrs Robert Brewer. She is the former Miss Gall Fuller, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Howard Fuller. His parents are Mr, and Mrs Ralph Brewer All are of Shelton Rev. Eugene Knautz performed the double ring wedding ceremony for Miss Gall Fuller and Mr. Ro- bert Brewer at the Baptist church June 8. The bride is the daughter of the Howard Fullers, Shelton. The Ralph Brewers are parents of the bridegroom. Pink and white decorations were used for the occasion. White stock was accented with pink shaded daisies and greens. White candle holders held pink can]es. Miss Fuller was escorted np the aisle by her father. She wore a white satin bell-shaped street- length gown with long sleeves and a round neckline. A white satin rose accented the waist. Her il- lusion veil was held in place by a large white satin rose. She car- ried a bouquet of white ruffled carnations, pink rosebuds and stephanotis centered with a white orchSd. :Mrs. Beverly Taylor was her matron of honor. Her dress was of dark pink taffeta with a bell- shaped skirt. Her hat was a mat- ching taffeta rose with white net circled veil. She carried an arm bouquet of white stock and large shaded pink daisies. The bridesmaids were 3,rs. Joan Hunter, Mrs. Pare Elliott and Mrs. Eloise Wokojance. The g o w n s were styled to match the matron of hoaor's ins medium pink They carried matching bouquets. Acting as flower girls were Ja- rde ,Iunter :,and Jessie Taylor. Their short dresses were of light pink taffeta with light pink roses at their waists. Candle lighters were Carolyn Brewer and Carma Wokojance. They wore light pink taffeta dres- ses with light pink roses at the waist and shaded daisy wristlets. James Brewer was best man. Denny Fuller. Ronnie Brewster and Paul Graffe were ushers. Herb Hergert was the musicmn and John Cole the soloist. A pastel printed lace over pink taffeta with a pink hat and white accessories was chosen by the bride's mother. Her corsage was of white carnations with pink rosebuds. The bridegroom's mo- ther wore a dress of pink lace over pink taffeta with white ac- cessories. Her eorsa,e was of white carnations with pink rose- buds also. Following the ceremony a re- ception was held in the church basement. The tiered clover leaf cgke with brushed pink frosting was decorated with pink rosebuds and white bells Lopped with thc traditional miniature bride and groom. Serving were Mesdames Don Lambert. Evelyn Fuller. Ruth Schnader, Marge Fuller and Miss Linda Hensel. Miss Marilyn Brew- er was in charge of the guest book. Misses Karlene Rutledge and Lyta Andrews attended the gift table. The bride attended Irene S. Reed high school from which her husband graduated. He is employ- ed in Olympia at the Olympia Feed Co. They will make their home .............. FOSTERS ARE VISITED Mr. and Mrs. Sam Foster were visited Sunday and Monday by Mrs. Foster's sister, Mrs. Wil- liam Beck. Mrs. Beck is from St. Paul, Minn., and is on a tour [of the western states. The sis- ters had not seen each other for over 10 years. See Valiant in ction on "Empire"-NBG-TV VALIANT, PRICES NOW START LOWER THAN/9 AMERICAN COMPACTS " + $1910" ... Valiant's lowest-priced model... [] Valiant is the low.priced compact rated"best value" [] Valiant is the low-priced corn pact with all.new '61 by 74.5% of 3600 drivers in a recent U.S. survey, stylinl. Every body model in the line styled new. [] Valiant is the low.priced compact which averaged [] Valiant is the low-priced compact with America's 26.26 miles per dal. in the '65 Mobil Economy Run. best new-car warranty-5 years or 50,000 miles.** Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price for Valiant V-100 2:door sedan. Destination charges, state and local taxes, if any, whitewall tires, back-up lights, wheel covers extrL w *Your Auttorized Plymouth-Valiant Dealer's Warranty against defets in material and workmanship on 1963 cars has been expanded to include parts replacement or repair, ithout charge for required parts or labor, for 5 years or 50,000 miles, whichever comes first, on the engine block, headand internal parts; tranemlssion ease and internal parts (excluding manual clutch); torque converter, drive shaft Universal joints (excludin 9 dust cOvers), rear axte and differ0ntial, and rear wheel bearings, provided tha vehicle has been serviced at reasonable intervals according to the Plymouth-Valiant Certified Car Care schedules. THE BEST ALL-AROUND COMPACT YET ... AT "YOUR PLYMOUTH-VALIANT DEALER'S| PLYMOUTH mvls,on  CHRYSLER GET '  MOTORS CORPoRATIOll KIHBEL MOTORS IHC. 707 South First St. " ' Shelton, Wash. Dirt Dobbers Plan Pc|luck Luncheon The members of the Dirt Dob- bers Garden Club will meet at the home of Mrs. Helen Baker. A pot- luck hmcheon will be held Ti]ose attending should be at the PUP building no later than 9:30 a.m Rummage Sale This Saturday The Canal Court. Order of Am- aranth. Inc.. wilt Iold a rununag sale Frid:ly and Saturday June 21 and 22. ar the PUll buiiding. The sa'e, of which Mettle Baeklund is ehairman.\\;vill begin at 9:30 a.m. Other aetivii-ies of tlm CanAl k)m't inchi(?e ;t meeting of the Ca- r, at Cc)urt Social Club a the ]OI]lC Of Erna Martin on Monday, June 24 ........................ Camp Kennydale Holds Open House The public is invited co attend an open house at Camp Kennydale, which is the Girl Scout camp for this area. The tmen house will be held from 1 to 5 p.m. on Sunday, /une 23. The camping period for Gift Scouts is scheduled to begin YVed- nesday, June 26. ............................. Attention Rock Hounds Attention all rock hounds! The Silver Lake rock dig will be held June 22-23. Overnight camping will be at Sequist State Park. Those attending should meet at the registration booth in the park at 10 a.m. Saturday and at 9 a.m. for the Sunday dig. PEGK-DEGJOUS WEDDIHG HELD SUHDAY AT GOLOH|AL HOUSE Margaret Kathleen Peck daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Peel{ of Shelton. became the wife ot Daniel t'usscl Decious. son of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Deci,us oi AI- Llu';is, CAlifornia. in a (hmblc ria._  ceremony held al. 2 p.m. Sunday, Ju,,e 16 in the Colonial House. The bride. \\;veavg a aown oz while sntm \\;vilh full length sleeves an_t a stbi'in'l n@L kline: was es- -:orled up tie aisle by her falber. She carried a bonquct of white Jardcnins. The 1, e v e r end Carl Carlsen perft)rP, led the ce.remony. Mrs Richard Wood of Seatt[c was the ma[ro%] of Ixo:lor She wore u pale hlue brocade cress md carried pink gladioi. Mr. Reinaido Nine of Oakland. California served as best man Ch'l'les and Gordon Peck. brothers of llle bride, were ushers. Mnsic was pro,,i:!ed hy Mrs. Dean Pahncr. Mrs;. (}iver Asi]- ford and Mrs. I:arw, y 11i;lman. The bride's tootler eho;o a soft- ly draped dress of mint green chiffon crepc wi:.h a pink hat. and pink rosebud corsage for i]ec dau- ghter's wedding, A pink d.'css 2omplimened by * \\;vhiie ro :e cm'- age was worn by the n:oLilcr ,J the bridegroom. A reception at the Cole]lie: House followed the wedding cere- mony. The reception table was covered with an heirloom table- cloth which belonged to thc bride's great-great grandmother. The bride is the fifth generation ot brides to have used this heirloom. Serving were Mrs. FrAnk Phil- lips of Gig Harbor. Mrs. Frank Porter of Shelton. Miss Martha Taylor of Tacoma. Mrs. Harvey Erickson of Seattle and Mrs. E. Cole-Price Wedding Is Held In Methodist Church KAREN ANN COLE became Mrs. John Price. Sunday, June 2 in a double ring ceremony at the Shelton Methodist Church. The couple will make its home in Seattle. (Photo by Dean's Studio) The Shelton Methodist Church was a member of Sigma Chi fra- was the scene of a 3 p.m. wed- ternity. ding fro' Karen Ann Cole, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard E. Cole of Shelton, and John Price. son of Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Price o[ Havre, Mont. For the double ring ceremony th) bride chose a 'loor-;ength gown of white organza over taf- feta with a bell-shaped skirt, scoop neck and elbow-length sleeves. Her butterfly tulle veil WaS attached to a headpiece of lilies-of-he/valley and she carried a bouquet of white stephanotis. She was escorted up the aisle by ". er Wilhelm was, the matron of honor. She wore a sleeveless dress of pink silk with a headpiece of pink rosebuds and d pink tulle veil. Her nosegay was df pink carnations. Mr. Robert Hannaford was the best man and Mr. Gerald Kravik and Mr. Howard Anderson served as ushers. All three are of Seat- tle. The musician was Mrs. Lea Larson. The bride's mother wore a mauve pink dress with beige ac- cessories and a corsage of pink rosebuds and white carnations. For her son's Wedding the bridegroom's mother chose a champagne bro- cade dress With matching acces- sories and a w'aite orchid corsage. A reception in the church base* menL which was decorated with pink and white stock, daisies and chrysarithemums, followed the cer- emony. Those assisting at the reception included Mrs. Robert Hannaford. punch: Mrs. Bill Harris. cake; Mrs. Gary Cole an Mrs. Ira Stransbury, ;u s[ngookM2ns  MDrs? FrWbatrW.Ys and Mrs. Ray Kimble gift table. Steve and Tins Cole passed the groom's cake. After the reception the couple left for a trip t9 Portland. Ore. The bride wore a pink traveling suit wilt] white accessorms. The couple will live in Seattle where the bride is employed by Bardahl and her husband by the People's National Bank. Tbe bride is a graduate of Irene S. Reed Ibigh school and her husband at- tended Montana State College and A Tuekwiller of Lewisbury, ,Vest Virginia Mrs. Orval Anderson ,)t Shelton assisted as hostess. After the reception the coup'c ]eft for a trip to the South with the bride wearing a blue mohair suit with black accessories. The bride is a graduate of Ire]l(, S. Reed and will graduate from the University of Washington with a B.S. degree in English. Her hus- band is a graduate of the Univer- sity of California and is doing research for his PhD. in chemis- try. The couple will live in Berkley, California where Mr. I)eeious wili be a teachiug assistant at the Uni- versity of California. SHERWOOD GRADU,TES Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Sherwooa traveled to Bellingham to watet] the graduation of their son Rod- ney. Rodncy, an alumnus of Irene S. Reed. graduated from Western Washington State College on Fri- day, June 14. Next fall Rodney will begin work as a speech therapist. He will bc employed by the Belling- l]am school system .......................... Shelton General Hospital Mr. and Mrs. Delmond Valley, Kodiak. Alaska, a boy June 15. During each year more than two million visits to Veterans Admin- istration Outpatient Clinics are made by the nation'sveterans. Potluck Social Clu The Golden i]old a meeting day, June 27 Hail. A pollueR ed by dancing. vided by -- Marriage ApI)lying for at the MasOn office this James and Joan Shaver, bars Calif. Wendell land. and ion. PITTSBURG C DL DUOLITE s,,em SOLEX assure you placement modebz o cS CAll US GRI 3rd & QUALITY USED Like New '62 Chev. Greenbrier sports Room with Economy '60 Rambler American wag Family Car '59 Chev. Belair "6" 4 Do Room with Go '59 Chev. 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