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June 27, 1963

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27, 1963 SHELTON--MASON COUNTY JOURNAL--Published in "rChristmastown, U.S.A.", Shelton, Washington PAGE 3 JUNE 20-22 i!i ,&apos;i!:ii:iil;'il i /%1 f( ii /:= Orrea was appointed Grand Representative to the t in Washington and Idaho at the 37th session mbly of the Order of Rainbow for Girls held of Puget Sound Field House. Others helton Assembly No 19 were Liz Somers, Vic- a Nutt, Georgia Umphenour, Jean Davis, Pare Hardin. The group was chaperoned by erce and Mr. and Mrs. Rex Umphenour. USED CARS Sta. Wagon ........................ 795 sty. Wago. ........................ s845 0bGE Custom Royal $795 hr. FITp " .............. -LYIIOUTH Suburban .... =745 0W Mileage ............ 6 4-Dr ................................. =595 4-Dr ................................... s295 Pioneer Silver Wedding Noted By Reception By Betty Ann Shero PIONEEi A rceept.ion was held Saturday night in the Agate Grange "Aall for Mr. and Mrs. Martin Longan in honor of their 25th wedding anniversary. Twenty-five guests attended ti?e affair including their two sons, Michael and David. The hall was decorated with spring flowers and the tab?e was decorated in silver and pink. A beautiful anniversary care which was baked and decor- ated by Mrs. Andy VanderWal was umed as the centerpiece. Congrat- ulations from all their friends to lhis fine couple. VISITING IN the home of his mother, Mrs. Essie Gibler of Spen- cer Lake is her son, Frank Gibler and family of Hawaii. The Vic Auseth's and Mrs. Alice Hovind are making a vacation trip to North Dakota to visit relatives. A birthday party was given Sat- _ urday night for Ray Bowman in their Spencer Lake home. MRS BOI a{ISTINE was the ..... honored guest at a pink and blue shower given by Mrs. Bobby Bar- zett and Mrs. Ralph Endicott. Cake and punch was served to 19 guests. The Agate Grange will hold its. regular meeting this Friday eve-] ning beginning at 8:30 p.m. The / Grange is also sponsoring a dance / to be held Saturday night begin- I ning at 9 p.m. with the music by] the Tune Toppers. / Sunday visitors in the Jackt Shero home were the Enzio Binsa family of Olympia Kiwanis Holds Meeting The regular Tuesday noon meet- ing of the Kiwanis Club was held at Evergreen School, The usual meeting place, the Memorial hall, was not used as the floors are be- ing refinished. The regular program planned for [he meeting was cancelled. In- stead, the members watched an interesting film by the Bell Tele- phorie Co. on the October 12 storm. Torger Lee showed some of the more modern training aids used in today's schools and explained their operation. Golden Age Club Trip The Golden Age Club will meet at 8:45 a.m. Thursday, July 11 for a trip to Port Angeles, Mem- bers will travel by bus from the Memorial Hall to Post Angeles, where they will visit the Golden Age Club in that oily. A hmcheon will be served and a small fee for the bus trip will be required. The meeting scheduled for to- So cial Even ts I Society Editor , Molly Murdey , Phone 426-4 12 ROBERTA SCHWARCK MARRIES E. DONALD PITTS OF CHELAN Robcrta Rae Schwarck, daughter of Mr. and Mrs: Bruce Schwarck of Shelton. became Mrs. E. Donald Pills June 15 in a double ring ceremony held at the Bellevue Christian Church. Roberta Roe Schwarck, daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. C. Bruce Schwarck of Shelton. married E. Donald Pitts. son of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Pitts of Chelan. in a double ring ceremony. The ceremony was held at 2 p,m., June 15 in the Bellevue Christian church. The church was decorated with white gladioli, pink carnations and yellow chrysanthemums. Dr. Carl Johnson performed the ceremony. I The bride, wearing, a g.wn of 4-D. s495 nigh has bee,, cancelled as the ............................. floors of the Memorial Hall are being refinished. A '63 DODGE carrying a bouquet of yeUow and Th b  pink rosebuds with White step- ey re Dependa le] hanotis, was escorted up the aisle Uaranteed for 50,000 Miles or 5 Years! , by her father. Her sl]ouider-length veil was attached to a crown of PAULEY HOTORS Attendants were twin sisters. Mrs. Norris Ran of Portland and Mr:< \\;Villiam Chase of Shelton. t Railroad They wore pink and yellow bro- W'S" Ave. Phone 426-8183 Shelton General Hospital cade dresses with bell-shaped skirts and carried bouquets of white carnations. The flower girl was Jennifer Jean Stevenson. niece of the bride. of Coburg, Ore. She was dressed in a pink satin frock with a rib- bon sash and carried pink carna- tions. Gordon Fellows of Chelan was best man and Art Wall of Puyal- lup and Robert Swoboda of Sno- homish ushered. "O Perfect Love", F.O.E. and "Wedding Prayer" were sung by R. K. Stenerud of Mercer Is- land For her daughter's wedding,' the bride's mother chose a pale pirik, two-piece dress with a pink rose- bud corsage and White accessories. The bridegroom's mother wore a pink sheath dress complimented with a pink i'osebud corsage. At the reception, which was held in the fireside room of the church. a three-tiered cake topped . with two pink satin bells was sl-ced. Serving were Mrs. Robert Greena lee of Ellensburg, Mrs. William Henderson of Shelton, Miss Nancy Lundquist of Mercer Island and Miss Linda Lyons of Issaquah. Nieces of the bride. Wendy Chase, Pamela Stevenson and Nancy Rau were in cl]arge of the guest book and gift table. The bride is a graduate of Cen- Iral Washington State College and is a member of Kappa Delta Phi ,sorority. Her husband graduated from C.\\;V.S.C. and is employed by the 1itzvil!e High School. Time for a Treasury Tip: Sel- dom would a Savings Bonds owner realize a gain by cashing his old- er E bonds and buying new ones with the proceeds. Mr. and Mrs. John Cool{ Route 2. Agate. a boy, June 24. CHOCOLATE HUT It's A Date MASON DAIRY YOUR FARMER NEIGHBORS at 3rd & Grove Streets Pholm 426-4473 Today, Thursday, June 27 Rotary Club hmcheon, noon, Ming Tree care. Mason County Young Democrats meeting, 8 p.m., courthouse. Women of the Moose installa- tion, 8 p.m., Moose Hall, airport. Junior Legion baseball, Shel- ton vs. Hoquiam, 6:00 p.m., Loop Field. Friday, June 28 Ruby Rebekah Lodge, 8 p.m., IOOF Hall. Saturday, Jime 29 Drivers license examiner, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., police station. Sunday, June 3) Shelton churches invite you to attend "the church of your choice. Junior Legion baseball, Shelton vs. Chehaiis, 1:00 p.m., Loop Field --two games. Monday, July l County Commission's meeting, 10 a.m., courthouse. Tuesday5 July 2 Kiwanis Club luncheon, noon, Memorial hall. City commissioners meeting, 2 p.m., city hall, Fred B. rivell Post 31, Ameri- can Legion, 8 p.m., Memorial hall Joint installation of officers with auxiliary. Wednesday, Jiffy 3 Drivers license examiner, 10 a. m. to 5 p.m., police station. Thursday, July 4 Independence Day. Rev. Gonnolly, S. J. Honored At Reception A reception was held last Sun- day from 3 to 5 p.m. for Rev. Thomas Edward Connolly, S.J., followirig the singing of his first solemn high mass at St. Edward's Catholic church. He was ordained June 15 at St. Aloysius' Church in Spokane after spending 14 years preparing for the priesthood. The sermon was given by the Very Rev. A. A. Lemieux. presi- dent of Seattle University. Oth- er priests assisting on the altar were Father Mark Wiechmann, O. S.B., Father George Purdy, S.J. and Michael Meyer, S.J., a former Shelton resident. Approximately 250 relatives and friends attended the reception, whelq was held in St. Edward's Hall. White flowers and greens decorated the hall and the table was done m pink and white color scheme. St. Mary's Altar Soc- iety sponsored the reception with Miss RoSe Fredson as general chairman. efore the reception, a lunch- eon honoring Rev. Connolly, S,J. was held at the Shelton I-otel. Thirty-two friends, relatives and visiting priests attended. Rev. Connolly is the son ofMr. and Mrs. V. T. Connolly. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Harmon and their four children from Seattle were present for the mass. luncheon and reception. Mrs. Harmon is the for- met Virginia Connolly. MarriaNe Licenses Applying for marriage licenses at the Mason County Auditor's of- rice this past week were: Louis O. Richard. 28. Kent, and Hazel Halves. 33, Kent. Marshall White. 52. Shelton, and Lorraine Davis, 37, Shelton. James Melvin Mat(is, 20, Shel- ton, and Mary Helena Anderson, 20, Shelton. Frank Allan Kendall, 18. Brem- erton, and Shirley Jean LeFebire, 17, Bremerton. In the 20 years prior to Keep Washington Green. 188.000 acres of land burned each summer. The average from 1940 to 1962 was less than 30,000 acres per year. HOLDS INSTALLATION rnose who took part in the F.O.E. installation are, from left to right Ray Looney, Mort McKenzie, Lester Dorsett, Jean Dorsett, Virginia Veitenhans. and Marguarette Thompson. Leggett; Outside Guard. Ernest Stuck; Trustees. Albert Lord, Lynn Cole and rally Dundas; sec- retary, Frank Morler; Treasurer, Winston Asche and Past President, Ray Morkert. Auxiliary officers installed were President, Jean Dorsett; vice- president, Ruby Lorenzen; Chap- lain, Myrtle Swearingen; Conduc- tress, Bertha Lord; Outside Guard, Agnes Lund: Inside Guard, Ber- tha Johnson; Secretary, Opal As- che: Treasurer, Florence .Morler and Trustees, Alice Bariekmann, Dorothy Eads and Winifred ]riot- kent, SEATTLE I S WEDDING SCENE New officers of the Eagles Aerie and Auxiliary were installed Tues- day evening, June 11. The public installation was held at the air- port hall. Installing officers were Mort McKenzie. Past Worthy President and Mrs. Marguarettc Thompson, Past Madam President of Gig Har- bor. Ray Looney and Virginia Veitenhans of Gig Harbor were in- stalling conducLors. The Gig Har- bor drill team assisted. Officers installed were Presi- Dent. Lestcr Dorsett: Vice pres- ident, Fred Stack; Chaplain, Cur- tis Commeek; Inside Guard. Earl Lester & Betty Krueger New Owners & Operators Effective Monday, July 1st Botts Nursing Home State No. 385 Miss Jeanette Claudine Ross, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred M. Ross of Seattle, became the bride of Mr. Robert Lee Deffinbaugh, son of Mr. and Mrs. Byron L. Deffinbaugh of Shetton, on June 15 at the Ballard Baptist Church. The bride is a 1963 graduate of Seattle Pacific College and Wilt be teaching in the Edmonds School District next fall. The groom will continue his studies at Seattle Pacific College. Ruby Rebekah Lodge Elects Grace Wells Grace Wells was elected Vice Grand at a meeting of Ruby Re- bekah Lodge No. 75 held June 14. She will fill the vacancy left when Cassie Cobel resigned because of ill health. The fathers were honored and prizes were won by Charles Dahl- man, Oren Ellison and Alan Moss. The charter was draped in mem- ory of Maude h,lell. Plans are being[:made for the joint picnic of Ret)kahs and Odd Fellows. Josepline Moss. Hattie Ellison. Agnes Alexanler and Ru- by Pope will comprise(he dbmmit- tee for the picnic. At the next meeting of Rebek- 4th & Cota ah Lodge, Beaulah Helser. Eva Simmons and "Wille Mac Landsen will take charge of the supper committee. Journal Want Ads Pay TV SETS FOR RENT Don't Miss the Fun and Entertainment of Television Rhymes with carve TAYLOR :RADIO ELECTRIC 426-6602 i SHOES FOR SUMMER SANDALS & THONGS LEATHER z3" and s4" TENNIS SHOES CANVAS AND CORDS s2" & s3" KIDS GET YOUR COUPONS FOR NEXT DRAWING JUNE 28. THE BOOTERY "SHOES FOR r THE ENTIRE FAMILY" , ......... -------------------,, ._ USED APPLIANCES 12 cu. ft. Admiral Refrigerator (Coppedone) 22 yrs, old  Tiller-Turner 12.5 cu. ft. Frigidaire :Refrigerator (Auto. Defrost) 14 cu. tt. Gibson (1963) Repossessed Two door Combination Auto. defrost, Used 45. days for Approx, half price, Dozens o! used refrigerators, freezers, washers, dryers, ranges. Priced to sell with every unit sold fully warranteed. 2-Used Air Conditioners with 4 yrs. balance of warranty left. Bounding Mainer. -' Lem Warren Refrigeration 127 South Second Street Phone 426-2445 "Its the service, after the sale that Counts"