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27, 1963 PAGE 1 ENOUR BECOMES LVIN CLAXTON 4ENOUR and Calvin Ctaxton were married ring ceremony at the Methodist Church, The home in Olympia. 15. at 7:30 Umphenour. and Mrs. Rex and CaN of Mr. and of Roger's ere united in was held Church. up the WOre a White broca(lc li and ros-  honor Was -- - - ' JVtlSs Geor ia -,er dr g ess was pale were Pacific 'ement ex- cattle Op- of Mr. re- blue brocade with white accessor- ies. Mrs. Barbara Spencer. the bridesmaid, wore a similar cos- tume. Sharon Young, the flower girl was dressed in blue chiffon and carried a basket of white dais- ies. The best man and usher, respec- tively, were Alfred Barcenas and Joel Bator. "The Lord's Prayer" and "Love Me Tender" were sung by Mrs. Bea Larson. The bride's mother chose a beige suit of linen for; her daughter's wedding. A reception in the church base- ment followed the wedding cere- mony. Serving were Mrs. Homer Pointer. Mrs. Jay Umphenour, Mrs. George Doaks and Mrs. Piage Barcenas. Miss Randi Tuson was in charge of the guest book. After the reception the couple left for a trip along the Wash- ington coast with the bride wear- ing a navy linen suit with white accessovies. The bride is a gradu- ate of Irene S. Reed. She also at- tended Olympic College and Dietz Business College. Her husband is in the Army and is stationed at Fort Lewis. The couple will set- tle in Olympia. The '1964 Conventiou of the Washington State Federation of Garden Clubs will be held in Port Angeles next June, Mrs. Harold Goody of Spokane, newly elected President of the State Federation, announced \\;Vedncsday, June 19, at the close of this year's conven- tion in Longviev,'. Olympic Pen- insula and Cross Sound Districts will be co-hostesses. Attending' the 1963 Convention from the Olympic I'cninsula DiaL- : riet were Mrs. Gerald Hunt, Di- rector, of Port Townsend; Mr:.. Jack PlmJ::ett, president-elect, Mrs. 3.,Iiehael Maloney and Mrs. R. A. Nelson, all of Port Angeles; Mrs. Carl Blank, State Chairman : for visiting Gardes; Mrs. Earl Priest, Plesident-elect, and Mrs. '  .' Fred Cook, of the Sequim Prairie  Garden Club; Mrs. Loren Priest, of the Sequim Valley Garden Club, mid Mrs. G. F. Taylor, Quilcene Garden Club. Sequim Prairie Garden Club was the Richfield Oil Civic Beautifica- tion Context winner in this Dist- rict for the newly planted roe garden in their Memorial Park. They received an inscribed red- wood plaque and an additional planting of trees or shrubs of their choice. Other award: went to Port An- geles, in the class of clubs with over 100 members, receiving hon- orable mention for their 1962 • Flower show. "Return to Tradi- tion'". The schedule for tilat show. written by Mrs. Nelson. received a third place award. The 1962 Chrysanthemum show. Mrs. Paul Blotter. chairman, received a sec- ond place award, and the Christ- mas Trail contest, Mrs. George Heckman. chairman, received an lOnorable mention. Port Townsend Garden Club, 50 to 100 members class, received a second place award for the sched- ule of their 1962 Flower Show. Paulson Family Visits Former Shelton residents, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Paulson. arrived in Shelton Sunday, June 23. With them are their three daughters, Louise. Sandra and Donna. The Paulsons moved to Jesup, G.. in 1958 when Mr. Paul son. a Rayonie/' employee, was transfer- red. The family will spend its month's vacation traveling and visiting friends. They visited a cousin in Vancouver. friends in Centralia and are now stayng at the home of her mother, Mrs. Inga Kneeland of Shelton. YOUNG DEMOCRATS MEET The first meeting this smnmer of the Mason County Young Dem- ocrats will be held as usual in the Con]missioners' room of the Ma- son County Courthouse. The time is 8 p.m. and the date is Thurs- day, June 27. Tickets for the Miller's $10 merchandise certifi- cate purchased from our treasury will be passed out We Would like to see all 50 of our members at- tend and anyone else who may be interested. , .7 : .: ' . Socialfvents Society Editor , Molly Murdey , Phone 426-4412 . High School Spotlight * MONNA BARGER was active in Library Club, Pep Club and FTA in high school. She lists civics and second-year German as her favorite senior subjects. Brown-haired. green-eyed Mon- I na Barger says she was happy to I graduate from ISR this June and is looking forward to college very much. She plans to attend Central "Washington State College in E1- lensburg and then teach high school English and German. Asked why she has chosen tea- chins as a future career. Monna replied that there will always be a demand for teachers and educa- tion will ahvays be needed in this modern, fast-paced world. Born February 22, 1945 in Ab- erdeen, Monna lived in Yakataga and Ketehikan, Alaska and Ore- gon before coming to Shelton. Concentrating on a tan will oc- cupy Monna's time when she is not working in her parents' groc- ery store. Barger's Bayshore Gro- cery as she has for the past four summers. She also plans to swim and learn to water ski. Monna's hobby is rock collect- ing. 'Tin reallb; a rock hound!" she exclaimed. Several years ago she discovered an amethyst on Hillcrest, which was a valuable ad- dition to her collection. She also likes hi-fi-records and cars, especially a gray '50 Chev- rolet. Fresh Silver Salmon w,o,o or Half ................................ LB. i ii i i Women 0f Moose Install Officers An installation of officers for "Women of the Moose, Shelton Chapter No. 462, will be held to- night at 8 p.m. in the Moose Hall at the airport. The installation ceremony will be conducted by the members ot Moose Lodge No. 1684. They :ill be assisted by the men's drill team. Refreshments will be served and the public is invited. F.O.E. DELEGATES ATTEND CONVENTION Shelton F.O.E. delegates attend- ed the 58th F,O.E. Washington State Convention, which was held June 13-16 in Aberdeen. Shelton Aerie delegate and Aux- iliary delegate were' Lester and Jean Dorsett. Others attending were Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Lewis, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Morler, Mrs. Ruby Lorenzen, Alice Herzog and Charlotte Gardner. The three main fires caused in Washington throughout tne years have been careless smokers, cam- pers and trash bmners. Children playing with matches or learning to smoke cause increased concern. t i i i i ..... , ,,, /,,, i i r,,,, ,,,,, this man gives you driving pleasure i ±111 He gives your car a lift through proper ubrication. He helps you avoid trouble by keepi{? those bearings from getting too dry, Come let our expert lube man grease: ),;vlr  to insure you of smoother driving! Salmon seeker ONE stop. here will keep you safely on the GO! COLE'S MOBILGAS SERVICE 1ST AND PINE HA 6-3903 step up the ladder "- ,buy *when you put©base a gallon of any "’ and O" paints OFFER GOOD THROUGH JUNE 29, 1953 LAWTOH LUHBEB ’0. 420 So. First St. Rusher, ]n chemis- At aunoil C. No- a recep- :ecutives at Says Help corn- Jones all Ma- recrea- Will be s Will be Seattle BUSINESS TV Service • Radio - TV . Phonographs • CB 2-way radio LEROY'S TV SERVICE Mt: View Ph. 426-3172 i i Tire Service • New - Goodrich • Recapping • Used OK RUBBER WELDERS Mr. View Ph. 426-4832 DIRECTORY Floor Coverings • Linoleum • Tile • Carpeting • Formica REX FLOOR COVERING Mt. View Ph. 426-2292 Radiator Repair • Boiling out . Soldering • New cores BOON'S PLUMBING H. EATING, SHEET METAL 623 S. 1st. Ph. 426-3483 Electrical Florist • Fairbanks-Morse Pumps I • tglectrie Heating I Plants • Westinghouse Appliances for all occasions SHELTON ELECTRIC CO. . Flowers 419 Railroad Ph. 426-6283 EVERGREEN FLORISTS . ,, 4th & Birch 8 to 8 426-8479 Drugs • Helena Rubinstein cos- metics • Prescriptions • Hypo-Allergic cosmetics NELL'S PHARMACY Govey Bldg. Ph. 426-3327 Landscaping • Lawns, rockeries, trees 'it shruhs I • Top soil, tilling, leveling • Free estimates SUNSET LANDSCAPING Herbert Baze 426-4718 AnimM Haven . You bring them • W'e board them • Anything from mouse to elephant MEL-RU ANIMAL HAVEN Dayton - St, Rt. 2, Box 100 Phone 426-2387 Auto Glass . Expert Installation JIM PAULEY, INC. 5th & Railroad Ph. 426.8231 Draperies i . custom made • free estimates • work guaranteed J. C. PENNEr CO. 305 RR Ave. Ph. 426-8283 Electrical • House wiring & rewiring • Electric Heating • Trouble Shooting • Licensed & Bonded Contractor JIM EINARSSON ELEC. Star Rte. 2, Box 37, 426-6520 Printing • Quality Work of All Kinds THE JOURNAL 27 CoLa Phone 426-4412 Hospital Equip. I . 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