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gItELTON--MAZON COUNTY JOURNAL--Published in "Chr,btnmstow2 Shelton, Washin PAGE 5 ,BLAKE BECOMES OF WENDELL LANE Barb Bloomfield Home On Leave So cial Even ts Sosiety Editor Molly Murdey Phone 426-4412 RED AND WHITE THEME FOR MATSON-MATTIS WEDDING guests attended the wedding and reception of a nd Wendell Lane. which were held June 22 OUse. Mr. Lane is in the U, S. Navy anl is California. where he will be joined by his at the Col- The couple left for a wedding date and trip to Lake Crescent and Victoria. of Patty B.C., with the bride wearing a red of Mr. and linen suit with white accessories. Union. and The bride graduated from h'ene of Mr. and S. Reed high school, attended Mr. of Richland, Lee's Beauty School and is now Bakker of employed by Style Masters' Beau- armed the dou- ty Salon in Seattle. Her husband is a graduate of Benton City high school in Benton City, Washing- ton and is now in the U.S. Navy. a white With a bell- long ta- escorted father. Her veil was arc. The bri- red roses. n silk crepe Blake. sister of the nosegay f red roses. by Kit- groom. inan the Wore a pink by a bses. A beige by the cot- roses. Colonial ring. Serv- Neal Elizabeth Lonnie Mrs. Ore., Mrs. Neal of the gift Potter of of the guest RUMMAGE SALE PLANNED The F.O.E. Auxiliary will spon- sor a rummage sale August 2-3 at the P.U.D. building. Anyone having rummage may call 426- 2149. The account o fthe F.O.E. in- stallation printed last week ann turned in to the Journal by an F.O.E. representative omitted the name of Virginia Dundas, Junior Past Madam President, who was among the new F.O.E. officers in- stalled June 11. PICNIC IS JULY 10 The Royal Neighbors of Amer- ica will hold a potluck luncheon at 11:30 p.m., July 10, at Kneeland Park. Members are reminded to bring wieners and buns for their families Each member is required to furnish t hot clish or salad. Keep "Washington Green is a campaign of information and ed- ucation aired at the prevention of man-caused forest and range fires. Use Journal Wad Ms See It Now BARBARA BLOOMFIELD Barbara Ann Bloomfie] d, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Waiter B!oomfield. Route 1. Box 277-A. Shelhm, completed 10 weeks of basic training at Recruit Train- ing - Women, United States Naval Training Center. Bainbridge, Md.. and was graduated during a mili- tary review held June 21. 1963. The local "WAVE. a graduate of Irene S. Reed high school will spend a 14-day leave with her fam- ily befoi'e reporting "to the U.S. Naval Training Center. San Diego, Calif., for Dental Technician's school. Seaman Apprentice Bloomfield received instruction in Naval Or- icntation: Naval History, Citizen- ship and Current Events; Naval Ships, Aircraft and Armament; Naval Jobs and Training; Self Im- provement; First Aid; Physical Training; and MHitary Bearing and Drill during her indoctrina- tion period. The Shelton WAVE enlisted at the U.S. Navy Recn]it- ing Station. U.S. Post C-f lice, Olympia fOr three years and was sworn in at the U.S. Navy Recruit- ing Station. Seattle. She was employed by Mamie's Grill of Shelton, before entcxing the Navy. She enlisted on April 1, of this year. June 21 ..... Neff R. Brigham, Seaman - Commissaryman gradu- ated from Commissaryman School. at the Coast Guard Training Sta- tion at Groton, Conn. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Brigham of Route 3. Shelton, Washington. Brigham re- ported to the Training Station from Coast Guard Receiving Cen- ter at Alameda, Calif. Upon graduation he was trans- ferred to the I2th Coast Guard District with Headquarters in San Francisco. Calif. Brigham is a graduate of Shel- ton high school, class o,f 1961. AMARILLO --- Airman Third Class William J. Forman of Shel- ton. has completed the United tates Air Force technical train- ng course for jet engine mechan- ics at Amarillo AFB. Tex. Airman Forman was trained in the inspection, repair and assem- bly of turbojet engines and use of related ground equipment. He is being reassigned lo a permanent base for duty in his new technical specialty. The airman, son of Dr. and Mrs. B. B. Forman of 103 Pine St.. Shelton, is a graduate of Irene S. Reed high school. Earl C. Barnes. machinist's mate second class, USN. son of Mr. and Mrs. Clifton C. Barnes of Route 1. Shelton. is serving aboard the destroyer USS Hank. which is in the Mediterranean with the Sixth Fleet. The Hank is part of the fleet's fast destroyer striking force, which provides a defensive screen for amphibious and air,craft ships during maneuvers or routine oper- ations. During the cruise, the Hank crewmembers will visit several Mediterranean ports. MR. AND MRS. JAMES MATTIS will live in Shelton, where the groom is employed at Simpson Plywood for the summer and will then make their home in Ellensburg while the groom continues his education. The couple was presented with a memory candle to be lighted at the wedding and on every anniversary thereafter. The candle was a gift from the groom's parents. Mary Helena Matson, daughter[ of Mr: and Mrs. Emil Matson of Shelton. became the wife of James Melvin Mattis. son of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin L. Mattis of Redmond, Wash.. at 8 p.m. last Saturday, June 29. Rev. Carl Carlsen of the Faith Lutheran church performed the double ring ceremony in the Meth- odist church, which was decorated with baskets of red roses and mock orange blossoms. Red and White pew markers with sprigs of iv3' adorned the pews. The bride's floor-length gown of silk organza had a sweetheart neckline and molded bodice with the skirt forming a flowing red- ingote with a chapel train. Her fingertip illusion veil trimmed with lace tmng from a Swedish crown of pearls. Carrying a bouquet of red roses and white carnations. the bride was escorted up the aisle by her father. The matron of honor, Mrs. Mary Ellen Fuller, wore a wlitc cott,,n sheath complimented by red shoes and hat. Herbouquet. carried on a fan trimmed in red velvet and white lace. was of red roses and tnoc] orange blossolns. Mrs. Ruth Am, Harrison. Mrs. Anna Ghrmnm and Mrs. Carol Ok- onek were bridesmaids in white embossed cotton dresses with red sashes around the waists. Red and white dotted swi.s frocks with full skirts were worn by the flow- er girls. Laurie Lund. cousin of lhe bride, and Jill Himlie. \\;Vhite shoes and gloves and red flow- ered headbands completed their cutfits. Candle lighters were Sue Jean Henderson. cousin of "the groom. and Darlene Lund. cousin of the bride. They Wore cotton dresses with red velvet bows at the waists. Jan Norvold was best man and James Nunamaker, Dennis Yule, Gerald Spiker, Bill Mat]is, brother of the groom, and Marvin Matson, brother of the bride, served as ushers. Herbert Vonhof of Shet- ton, accompanied by Evan Emery of Ellensburg, sang "I Love You Truly", "O Perfect Love" and "The Lord's Prayer". The mother of the bride wore a pale blue and white jersey dress with beige accessories and a cor- sage of pink causations and red rose buds. A blue lace sheath with white accessories complimented by a blue carnation corsage was choseu by the bridegroom's moth- el'. At the reception held in the Methodist Church. the wedding cake in the shape of a Maltese cross, was decorated with red ros- es and topped witla a white dove with Lwo rings in ils mouth. This decoration was also on the bride's grandparents'. Mr. and Mrs. Nell Lund, silver and golden wedding mniversary cake and on the hridces parents' wedding cake ..... Serving and pouring were Mrs. Hans Lurid, M:rs. Marvin Lund, Darlene Land. Sue Jean Hender- son. Karen Sue \\;Ventz. Mrs. Clif- ford Henderson. Mrs. Henry Jack- stad. Mrs. Bill Jackstad and Mrs. Don Lund. Judy Lund took charge of the guest book and Cathy Neth and Susan Ogden were in charge of the gift table. I Both the bride and groom are 1960 graduates of ISR. The bride attended Central Washington State College and is presently em- ployed by Dr. R. W'. Norvold. The groom is a senior in pre-law at ' C.W.S.C.. and is servmg as Asso- ciated Student Body president. After the reception, the couple left for a wedding trip with tim bride wearing a beige sheath with a blue flowered design and pale blue accessories. RECEPTION HELD FOR COUPLE _ Can't Beat A "Miller's Deal" t Appliance Department * oi Shelbn & C0. Airnmn Second Class Richard W. Millard. Belfair, is being re- assigned to Glasgow AFB. Mont.. following his graduation from the United states Air Force technical training course for ail%orne elec- tronic equipment specialists at Keesler .A]B. Miss. Airman Millard. son of Mr. and Irs. Harold A. Miltard of Bel- fltir, Was trained to tune, operate and repair special Air Force air- boPne electrohic equipment and re- lated test devices. OF ....... THESE MEN MAY KNOOK AT YOUR DOOR ..... If he does i% ) J ANE TORSAK YOU'RE LUCKY He will give you a bargain Never to be repeated after the present supply is gone LINDA GREENWALT, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Green- walt, recently became the wife Of Douglas Kitsch. The couple IF ltlE MISSES Y0U plans to make their, home,in Seattle., , A reception was held June 15 Amos Martin, Mrs. William Hung- PHONE 426-8254 MEMBERSHIP "CARD WHICH WILL ENTITLE ONE FREE AMBULANCE ROUND TRIP TO THE HOSPITAL BY ' Ambulance Service at the Colonial House for Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Kitsch, who were recently married out of town. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Greenwalt of Shelton. He is the son of Mr, Eldon Kirsch of Houston, Tex., and Mrs. Melvin Iverson of Everett. Red roses and asparagus ferns decorated the re- ception rooms. Mrs. J. R. Howell, great aunt of the bride, served the three- tiered cake. Others serving were Mrs. Louis .Schultz, Mrs. E. E. Mackey, Mrs. Olaf Anderson, Mrs. erford and Mrs. Robert Edwards. The small cousins of the bride, Mary Martin and Barbara Hun- gerford, were in charge of the guest look: Mrs. Flossie Earl, Mrs. Jmnes Kirsch, Mrs. Donald Botts, Karol Mackey and Comfie Fred- son were in charge of tlle gift ta- ble. The bride is a gFaduate of Irene S. Reed high school and Olympic College. Her husband attended the University of Arizona. The new- lyweds will live in Seattle, where they are both employed. ::::::::::::::::::::::: am=== mm mm What's Doing Among Our SERVICEMEN N N N I I I N H NIl I I liilil ill I ll I I I  I" Skip A. Hash fire control tech- nician first class, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond \\;V. Hash of Potlatch. was advanced to his pre- sent rate May 16 while serving aboard the guided missile frigate USS MacDonough, an Atlantic Fleet unit homeported at Charles- ton. S.C. His promotion certificate was presented by he ship's command- ing officer in recent ceremonies aboard the ship. Advancement is based on meet- ing the Navy's military and pro- fesional requirements and deter- mined by the needs of the service and scores attained on the Navy- wide competitive examinations gi- ven bi-annually. His promotion re- sults from successful participa- tion in the February tests. Among the Navy's newest guid- ed missile frigates, llacDonough carries advanced and modern wea- pons including ASROC, an anti- submarine weapon, and Terrier an- ti-aircraft guided missiles. USS VESUVIUS -- Harold G. Young seaman, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Young of Star Route I, Shelton. smwmg aboard the ammunition ship USS Vesuv- ius, recently participated in exer- cise Flying Fox. a major fleet striking and anti-aircraft warfare training exercise off the West Coast. The five-day exercises were con- ducted by Commander First Fleet and centered around the attack aircraft carrier USS Hancock. In addition to the Hancock, the destroyers USS Gregory, Me Der- rout, lIullany and Braine, the aux- iliary ship USS Bellatrix and the fleet oiler USS Mispillion took part in the maneuver. The Task Force was opposed by numerous land-based aircraft from the Naval Air Station at Alameda, Calif. The Vesuvius is a Pacific Fleet unit homeported at San Francis- CO. TINKER AFB Ralph C. Spil- seth of Shelton, has been promot- ed to airman first class in the United States Air Fole. Airman Spilseth, an aircraft me- chanic, is assigned to the 1707th Organizational Maintenance Squa- dron at Tinker AFB. Okla. The airman, a graduate of Irene S. Reed high school, is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Spilseth of 2126 Olympic Highway N., Shel- ton. His wife is the former Linda J. Leveen of 5037 N.E. 32rid P1, Port- land, Ore, LACKLAND AFB, Tex.--Air- man Kenneth G. Vander Wal of Shelton. Wash.. is being reas- .igned to Chanute AFB, Ill., for echnical training as a United States Air Force aircraft mechan- ical equipment repairman. Airman Vander \\;Val. who en- listed in the Air Force a short time ago, has completed his ini- tial basic military t r a 1 n ing at backland AFB, Tex. The airan, son of Mr. ana Mrs. Peter K. Vander Wal oJ 1109 N. Cliff Road, Shelton, m a 1961 graduate of Irene S. Reecl High School. Marine Private Ronald R. White, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. H. White of Star Route 2. Shelton. com- pleted individual combat training recently a} the Marine Corps Base, Camp Pendleton Calif. The four-week training period includes Combat indoctrina rich, small-arms fire, and tactical skills. Under carefully selected instruc- tors, the Marine \\;learns to take his place in small fighting units, such as the four-man fire team and the 14-man squad. Albert D. Pinney, Jr., a Navy anti-submarine wmffare aviation chief (AXCA), visited his parents Mr. and Mrs. Albert D. Pinney, Shelton, during a two.weeks leave recently. He is stationed at Con- cord, Calif. Exchange Rings "And Vows MR. AND MRS. ROGER HOFF were married June 1. The bride is an ISR graduate and is employed by the Washington State Tax Commission in Olympia. Her husband, also a graduate of iSR, attended Grays Harbor Junior College and is employed by E. Manke and Sobs. (hbt0 by )ean's Studio) Ia-ske1s Y White osttapdragoms with yellow iris on the altar deco- rated the Faith Lutheran Church for the June 1 wedding of binds Marie Hardy and Roger 'Lewis Hoff. The bride' avents aPe VIr. and Mrs. Paul Biff]ey of Hood a- nal and the groom's, Mrs. Leslie Hoff. key. Cart Carlsen performed the double ring ceremony. The bride, wearing a floor- length gown of nylon lace and net over satin and carrying a bouquet of yellow orchids surrounded by yellow and white sati roses, was escorted up the aisle by her fa- ther. Her silk illusion veil was caught by a crom of lace and seed pearls. A .yellow taffeta dress with a white embossed organdy overskirt was worn by Miss Bonnie Wagner, -NEW ARRIVALS Sheltoh Gen Mr. and Mrs. EdWard Lycan, 923 Thomas St., a girl, July 2. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Allen, Star Route 1, Box 173, a boy, June 29. Clinic Hospital Mr. and Mrs. Gene Brown, Route 1, Box 220, a boy, July 1. the maid of honor. Miss Vicki Lynn Hall, cousin of the bride from Medfrd, Ore., and Miss Ka- thy Hoff, niece of the groom from Tacoma, were bridesmaids. All hats and bouquets were made by Doris Bailey of the Bamboo Shop. The best man was Larry Man- ke and ushers were Jim Barnett and Jerry Corey. Sharon Sherack of Olympia, accompanied by Ron Jongeward, sang "How Do I Love Thee" and "Lord's Prayer". The bride's mother wore a biege brocade suit with white accessor- ies and a white and beige orchid corsage. For her son's wedding, the bridegroom's mother chose a pink lace dress With white accessories and a pink and white corsage. Immediately following the cere- mony, a reception was held in the church parlors. The four-tiered cake, baked and decorated by Mrs. Jerry Byrne, was circled with yel- low roses and topped with a min- iature bride and groom. Sewing were Mrs. James Hoff, Mrs. Gerald Hoff, Mrs. George Way and Mrs. Frank Nicholles. Miss Judy Whiteaker attended the pi]nehbowl. Miss Cheryl Hall, Miss +SuzanneSuzawith and V[iss Penny Pifillips took charge of the guest book and gift table. The couple left for a wedding trip to Vancouver. B.C., with the bride wearing a yellow and white linen suit with white accessories. They will make their home in Shelton. ....  dk Merr Tlll,r SCOTSMAN  " Lk == package fr idnd'll gcdlt l  doin-dr|ve Ivansmlssi 1  worm-gear unit. 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