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1963 PACE 1 I. autz Wedding In Yakima June 29 KNAUTZ will make their home re the bride is a first-grade teacher and the Both are graduates of Seattle Pacific the in Yakima of Jan- par- IVlc- groom's Mrs. Eu- k organza neck- front of swept Queen pearls. a cascade was es- father. was Knautz assist- Following the reception, the cou- ple left for a wedding trip to the San Jnan Islands and Victoria, B.C., with the bride wearing an aqua silk shantung jacket dress with black patent leather acces- sories. Wenat- She with veil and white Miss Miss cousin of girl. She OV- at the n charge of Mason Mary [ 2119 Adams i 451h Annual Picnic For Norih Dakotans SI-ELTON--MASON COTJNTY JOURNAL--Published in "Chrlsttlatow,. U.KA.". Shelton, Washington High School Spotlicjht* The 45th annual picnic of the North Dakota Association will be held Sunday, July 14. at the mare picnic grounds at Point Defiance Park in Tacoma Former North Dabeta residents are urged to bring full baskets o[ food and enjoy a day of fel!.ow- ship with former acquaintances. Recent arrivals to this area ana military personnel are extended a special invitation to attend. Cot- fe, cream and sugar for all adults and ice cream for their children will be provided. Registration will be by coun- ties so those attending will exper- ience little difficulty in locating old friends. The North Dakota As- sociation committee hopes a full quota of 1500 former North Dako- tans and their friends will at- tend this picnic. WI)TU Meets Tomorrow The Woman's Christian Temper- ance Union will meet at 1 p.m. to- morrow. July 5. at the home ot Mrs. Roy Eells. Following the no- host hmcheon, President Marian J, ohnson will direct the program with the devotions entitled "Mal- ice Toward None" and "Strong Nations Seek God". The Department of Internation- al Relations for Peace will also be discussed. Members are urged to attend and bring their friends. W.S.C.S. Plans Meeting The /oman's Society of Christ- tan Setwice circles will meet at 1 p.m., July 10 at the Methodist Church to discuss plans for a ba- zaar. Mrs. David Little, WSCS presi- dent. announced that this informal gathering will take the place of the regular monthly meeting. Ev- eryone is asked t0 bring ideas for the various bazaar booths. Re- freshments will be served. Pasl Noble Grand's Night July 12 Grace Wells was installed as Vice Grand at the last meeting of Ruby Rebekah Lodge No. 75. She will fill the position left vacant by Cassie Coble, who resigned be- cause of ill health. Mary Dobson was introduced to the members as the Distiict Dep- uty President. The members of Rnby Rebekah Loclge wish Grace Cart a speedy recovery. She m pre- sently ill in the Tacoma General Hospital. The July 12 meeting will be Past Noble Grands Night. The meeting will be conducted by the Past Noble Grands and everyone is asked to wear old-fashioned dresses. The supper committee for the July 12 meeting will be composed of Hattie Ellison. Jessie COx and Irene Jackson. B TV Service Radio - TV Phonographs , CB 2-way radio LEROY'S TV SERVICE Mt. View Ph. 426-3172 Keep Washington Green is foun- ded on the fact that the average 80 percent of Washingt0n's yearly wild fires are man-caused. USiNESS DIRECTORY Floor Coverings Linoleum Tile Carpeting Formica REX FLOOR COVERING Mt View Ph. 426-2292 Tire Service .... J . New - Goodrich Recapping . Used OK RUBBER WELDERS Mr. View Ph. 426-?832 Electrical FairlnkMorse Pumps Electric Heating Westinghouse Appliances SH=LTON ELECTRIC CO. 419 Railroad Ph, 426-6283 Drugs Helena Rubinstein cos- metics Prescriptions Hypo-Allergic cosmetics NELL'S PHARMACY Govey Bldg. Ph. 46-3327 Landscaping ..... Lawns, rockeries, trees shrubs Top soil, tilling, leveling Free estimates SUNSET LANDSCAPING Herbert Daze 426-4718 Radiator Repair, I Boiling out Soldering New cores BOON'S PLUMBING HEATING, SHEET METAL 623 S. 1st. Ph, 426-8483 Florist, I . Plants i for all occasions Flowere EVERGREEN FLORISTS 4th & Birch 8 to 8 4264479 Auto Glass Expert Installation JIM PAULEy, ING. 5th & Railroad Ph. 426-8231 Draperies .. I custom made | free estimates I work guaranteed J. C. PENNEY CO. 305 RB Ave. Ph, 426-8283 Electrical . House wiring & rewirLqg Electric Heating Trouble Shooting Animal Haven You bring them We board them Anything from mouse to elephant Licensed & Bonded MEL-RU ANIMAL HAVEN Contractpr Dayton - St, Rt, 2, Box 100 JIM EINARSSON ELEC. ., Phenol 426-2387 Star Rte. 2 Box 37, 426-6520 " " "in rrln g ...... Welding Service - I Quality Work I 24hourcall J of All Kinds J also horse shoeing I THE JOURNAL I JAMES KYLE I J Tacoma -- VI 7-7307 ] 2277ota Phone426-4412 IRt' l'Bx 1091 Phone Hospital Equip. Rental & Sales Ambulance -[ Radio Dispatched Wheel chairs, lifts I beds, walkers Oxygen Equipped oxygen & tents 24 hr. service Torsak Ambulance Service Torsak Ambulance ,I Phone 426-8254 2119 AdamS St. 426-825 I Clint Halbert is proof of the fact that, with enough ambition. good grades, after school jobs and extra curricular activties can be success'full) combined Honors English and chemistry were his favorite senior subjects "Attend the University of "Wash-, he has little time to participate ington and then enter some scien- I in these sports this summer as tific field, maybe chemistry or ' he is working with Dude Howard physics." replied Clint Halbert when questioned about his future plans. The fact that Clint is a very am- bitions and energetic young man is clearly shown by his active high school career and the after school or summer jobs he has held In high school Clint was a mem- in the acetate viscose divimon of the Rayonier lab. A 1929 Ford roadster with an Oldsmobile engine has occupied nmch of Clint's spare time during the past rive years. It is not sur- prising that Clint is presently ser- ving as secretary of the newly EVENTS Bridal Shower Held For Clara Sturgeon A bridal shower for Miss Clara Sturgeon was given Monday eve- ning, June 24 with Mrs. Almld Livingston and Mrs. Arne Ander- son as hostesses. Miss Sturgeon, who is engaged to Mr. Ralph Ad- air. received many lovely gifts. Those attending were Mrs. Vin- cent Adair, Mrs. Ruby Fi:Lz, Mrs. Stuart Steehler, Mrs. Ken Chain- berlin. Mrs. Brady Marshall, Mrs. Leona Lee. Mrs. Rosa Gish, Mrs, .lohn Hubbard, Mrs. Ole Ramsfield and Mrs. Mary Trotter. Louisiana Family Visits Shelton Mr. arid Mrs. Robert Wentz and their son Robby flew back to their home in Slidell, Louisiana, July 1 after a two weeks' stay in Shel- ton. The trip from Lonisiana to Shelton was also made by plane. hilc in Shelton, the family stayed with Mr. Wentz's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gibble and his bro- ther. Gayle X3/entz. Mr. Ventz al- so attended the ISR class of 19- 48 reunion. They visited Mrs/Wen- tz's parents, Mr .and Mrs. R. J. Rose of Olympia, and friends and relatives in Seattle. formed Gents' Car Club. He re- cently traveled to Hoquiam as a representative of the Shelton club. Born September 25. 1945 in Shel- ton, Clint has dark blond hair, blue-green eyes and stands 5 ft. 8Vc inches tall. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Rolla Halbert. ber of Honor Society, Thespians, Projectionists, Rifle Club, Press Club and Board of Con.rol. He enjoys dramaticsand took part in the junior and sophomore class plays. ' Clint worked at Dean's Studio for five years developing film. He was also'employed by Enco during his senior year. Even with his jobs and many extra curricular activities, Clint obtained the nmn- ber 15 position seholasticaily in his graduating class. Clint enjoys au summer sports, especially fishing, camping, swim- mmg and water skiing. However. , r i r You Should Know... GLINT WILLOUR A few years ago a college educa- tion was considered a luxury. But today it is a necessity if your child is to compete successfully in the world of business or industry See me about an education en- dowment to guarantee college funds for your child. NZ% NATIONAi-' Ph. 426-8139 Ineuranqp r /_v i Women Of Moose Install Officers Women of the Moose installed new officers June 27. Arlene ])oak was installed as Senior Regent by tnenlbers of the men's Moose Lodge with Otto Hanso.n as the installing officer and Gerry Hart as installing' chairman. Assisting were Russell Morken, installing chaplain; Glen Robert- t:on installing sergeant at arms and the men's drill team Other officers installed were Ju- nior Regent, Beverly D.unbar; Cha- plain Stella Howard; Junior Grad, rate Regent, Cnnie cronquist; Recorder, Harriet Pierce; Treas- urer, Eva Hanson; Guide, Lois Al- brecht; Assistant Gtfide, Mary Owen; Argns, Vi Crabill and Sen- tinel, Alta Bigha. . Members of the men's drill team were Bill Loving, Ralph CrabiU, Cecil Crow, Ed  Woodard, Earl Owen, Cliff Howard, "Ed Dunbsr and Bill Wilson. ' ...... The installation was followed by refreshments and a social hol.tr. Attends Graduation Mrs. Lorna McCord recently re- turned from a trip to Redraona; Washington. She as invited to Redmond to attend the gradua- tio of her grandniece. Journal Want Ads Pay Can Save You Tax Moneyl yeu dalming all drug de. ductions to which you are entltled Thousands  lteras can be listed. DrugTax-.available free to our cmtournhhes you an aw npal record. 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