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June 25, 1964     Shelton Mason County Journal
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/ PAGE 10 SHELTON--MASON COUNTY JOURNAL--Published in ":Christmastown, U.S.A.", Shelton, Washington .... -- ................................ ,i ............ LIFETIME RESIDENTS TO GELEBRATE ?HEIR GOLDEN ........ ANNIVERSARY THIS SUNDAY A'r KAMIL,OH~ GRAHGE H LL, ~J~j__.~ Bob J ones Station wagon living is be- coming quite the thing in those parts of the country where the Great Outdoors is fairly ac- cessible. There's nothing so tempting to the outdoor-loving family as the prospect of week- end or vacation spent in hunt- ing, fishing, camping, or tramp- ing. The station wagon, with its ample storage space and room for sleeping is just the ticket for such jaunts. The station wag- on is great for pulling a trailer or boat. Here you've got room and pulling power for the steep roads you're liable to run into as you head for the hills. When you get to your destination, you've got your roof over your head, contact with the outside world via radio, and the ability to pull stakes and move out if the weather or the fishing prove unfavorable. QUALITY SERVICE at a FAIR PRICE . . . For all your TIRE NEEDS PASSENGER, TRUCK or T'R,~CTOR . .. NEW or USED tires available at MERV'S TIRECAP . . 1st & COTA . 426-8104. LIFETIME MASON COUNTY residents, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Qulnn, will celebrate their Golden Wedding Anniversary with an open house from 2-4 p.m. this Sunday at the Kamilche Progress Grange hall. Honoring their parents will be Mr. and Mrs. Donald Quinn, Mr. and Mrs. James Qulnn and Mrs. Daniel (Lorene) Wilson. Ten grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren are also expected to be present 'for the festive occasion. The Quinns were married July 2, 1914 in Olympia. Mrs. Quinn is the former Letha Mohney, daughter of a pioneer family who settled at Summit (now Mc- Cleary) in 1896. The Quinn family, also pioneers, settled in Kamilche in 1888. Mr. Quinn's first em- ployment was as a fireman for Blakely Logging Co. from 1905 until 1918. He then worked for Simp- son Logging Co., transferring to the Simpson rail- road crew in 1922 where he worked as brakeman until he retired in 1954 after more than 50 years of work. Mason county has been the Quinn's home ell of th~ese years. They will be happy to receive the many friends they have made throughout the years this Sunday. Copr. 1960 Std. Featurom of Wn. Open Monday and Friday evenings 205 Cota St. Phone 426-430 ATTEND GRADUATION Mr. and Mrs. Emil Matson and Marvin attended the graduation of James Mattis from Central Wash- ington State college in Ellensburg June 13. Mattis is a former Shel- ton resident and is married to the former Mary Matson, also of Shel- ton. The couple is now living in Seattle where he will attend the University of Washington Law school in the fall. Journal Want Ads Pay Try One Today LOCAL PASTOR TO BE MARRIED SOON The engagement of Miss Lor- raine Rehbein and Rev. Gerald Herman of Shelton h~s been an- nounced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. Rehbein of Regina, Sask. Rev. Herman, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Herman of Appleton, Wis- consin, is pastor of the Mt. Olive Lutheran church in Shelton. The wedding will take place Aug. 15 in Grace Lutheran church, Regina. A CHOCOLATE OATMEAL Refrigerator Cookie recipe is one Ann Anderson prepares quite often. The Andersons make their home at Lake Cushman in the foothills of the Olympics. Oatmeal and chocolate combine to make a family favorite cookie atthe Lake Cushman home of Ann and Syd AndeTson. Ann likes this particular recipe because it is a refrigerator cookie, therefore can be baked at her convenience once it is mixed up. Living in a park-like setting in the foothills of the Olympics more than makes up to the Andersons for the distance they are from town. Syd works at the Hood Ca- nal powerhouse for the City ot EAGLES NEWS I)ELE(;ATES TO STATE CONVENTION Eagles Auxiliary No. 2079 was represented at the Washington state convention in Spokane by delegates Ruby Lorenzen, presi- dent; Marie Lewis, state Muscu- lar Dystrophy chairman; Jean Dorsett, jr. past president; and Alice Herzog, past president. Lester Dorsett, jr. past presi- dent, represented the Shelton aerie: CARD PARTY The Eagles Auxiliary card party will be. held at 8 p.m. this Satur- sl: * Tacoma. The Anderson children number three . . . Cheryle, 16, Ricky, 12, and Dale, 7. Ann claims no hobbies but she enjoys being' a homemaker. She is a member of the Christmastown Orthopedic Guild plus a sewing club and a bridge Club. CHOCOLATE OATMEAL REFRIGERATOR COOKIES 1 cup flour V.- tsp. salt ~j~ tsp. soda V., cup shortening 1 cup sugar 1 egg 1 tsp. vanilla ~,,', tsp. almond extract 2 1-oz. chocolate squares melted and cooled 1 cup rolled oats 1/~ cup chopped nt]ts Sift dry ingredients together, add shortening, sugar, egg and flavoring. Add meltedchocolate. Beat until smooth. Fold in oats and nuts. Shape and fold in wax paper. Chill. Bake at 350 degrees 10-12 minutes. OPEN HOUSE PLANNED FOR "MA" PORTMAN In honor of her 90tO birthday .......... FORMER i MISS JEANNE MARIE SALLEE was Montana to Jack L. Myers. She is the lee, Olympia, and. Wm. S. Sallee, Newp( of Shelton. The ceremony took place in in Big Timber. The couple was honored at~ Sunday at the Tyee restaurant in Anne Koch, Olympia, Miss Dianne St. mend W. Dodge, Mrs. John H. McCaugh! bride, Mrs. Dan L. McCaughan, aunt S. Sallee, Newport, Oregon, Mrs. and Mrs. Max Rheinhardt. '" .... Gharles Wrage Is Guest Of Honor At Golden Amaranth Reception er ti a,, Club as Royal Matron Myra Collier and Royal Patron Claude Danielson presided at the June 17 meeting of Laurel Court No. 26 Order of Amaranth at the Mr. Moriah Ma- sonic Temple. A tribute to the flag was given by Lorrell Seljes- tad. Recess was called for the recep- tion of Assistant Grand Lecturer 1964-65 Charles Wrage. He was in- troduced and greeted by many dis- tinguished guests including Ddputy Supreme Royal Matron Carmen Seegars of Puyallup, several grand officers mid officers of otl]er a youn Business and industry are helping to pay the costs or' today's education If you ve sent an5 sons or daughters to college lately, you are no stranger to the rising costs of educat;ion. Tuition rates have increased as much as 300 per cent since 1950. Are the schools making ends meet ? I[ardly. At most colleges and universities, the tuition you pay covers less than half the cost of your child's education. Someone has to I)rovide the remainder. L,* America's eorporatiolm are contributing in many ways. S{andard will provide nearly $1J/.', million this year for seholarshil)s, fellowships, grants and materials for schools and colleges. Our seA olin'ships and fellowships have no strings attached. \Vc do not select the recipients, nor (lo we expect them to come to work in our Colnpany. It's simply a way of putting an arm around the shoulders of promising young men and women. And helping to answer the plea: "Give us more trained minds to serve the nation." Planning tthead /o serve you better STANDARD OIL COMPANY OF CALIFORNIA day at tile airport hall. The public is invited. High scores for June 13 went to Art Hazelquist and Margaret New- ell. Second high was won by Ernie Stuck and Cora Hill. Paul Dirt- man and Clara Stuck held travel- ing pinochle. Mrs. Augusta Portman ("Ma" to everyone who knows her) will be,curts" Also greeting him were guest of honol' at an open houseI officers of 1960-62 he served with this Sunday. The Matlock Grange Iwhile acting as royal Patron of is sponsoring the event and has in-I Laurel Court. vited all of her friends to stop in J The court enjoyed several songs between 2 and 5 p.m. to wish her Iby Mrs. Stephen Ringhoffer, 'Happy Birthday'. ' daughter of the royal matron. She. FIVE (501Vat your Chevrolet dealer:v ) / lVlod~ s a ~0wn ab0vc top left, Corvette Sting Ray Sport Coupe; right, Corvair Monza Club Coupe; center, Chevy ]I Nova Sport Coupe; bottom left, Chevelle Nal: T Waited till now for that new Chevrolet? ouve ,~truek it rich, because right now it's "~ra(te 'N' q'r;tvcl lime aL your ( hevrolet (Ical(rs ..... Check him oll these five beautiful buys" :I--lhe luxurious Jc -smooth Chcw'olet. TIME 2 --The Am-loving Chevelle. 3--Chevy ]:[, economical too. 4--The unique rear-engine, FOR THEGn V Corvair. 5--A sensational Corvette Sting l{ay. HIGHWAY PERFORMERS CHECK THE T'N'T DEALS ON CHEVROLET' CHEVELLE CHEVY II , CORVAIR AND C RVETTE NOW AT YoUR Pick a sleek Super Sport choice of engines, :tit" extra-cost options. A roomy Camping. l:'crhaps a si)orLy coupe, From 45 n:lo(te Whatever your choice, it's First way to go is your --during Trade 'N' Travel 1ST & GROVE STS. SHELTON 426-4426 Mrs. chairman. and M'rS. nlan. order an( they The