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" " " &apos; e U SA " helton, Wahlngton PACE ],5 1963 SHELTON--MAON COIYlqTY JOUPNAIN- Pnblihefl m. Ch ..fma fo?mL . ....... , __ Editor al Even ts • Molly Murdey . Phone 426-4412 School Spotlight <. •) q '7"" % \\; skiing are the sports enjoyed by Paula on Lake Isabella. She will attend U.P.S.,this this Week is 1963 Reed. Born Can- 1 inch and is the and Mrs. 3, planned an Week she With the a camping Will visit Y and then Stay with Paula ld enjoying water ski- on Lake Isa- things in interesting not only but als() ra-curricu- in, FTA, 4 her six- Island oi birthday Uson, Jer- Iill. Mar- ggins m]a Was made by Ore- , Continue ana :: British Iter-eoas. ’ ::: Pep Ch2b, Saghalie Staff and the Gil'l Club Executive Board, Panla was elected to the position of yell leader on the pep staff in her juniorL year. Among her activities not assoc- iated with school are the Metho- dist Youth Fellowship and Job's Daughters,  of which she is Past Honored Queen. Paula enjoys snow skiing and has taken lessons at White Pass for the last two winters. Collect- mg record heads Paula's list of favorite h*bbies. She especially likes folk nuusm and jazz. She is also an accomplished seamstress and makes many of her own clothes. market. Paula is ,)x)olcing forward to at- tending the} Uriversity of Wash- ington next fall. She plans to ma- jor in educa'tion and then teach home economics. C/ass Of I953 P/ans Reunion Attent ion oh1 toni ! Plans for a 10-year reunion of the Irene S. Reed graduating class of 1953 are nearing completion. The reunitm w.:; b held Aug. 17 at Alderbrook Inn. In order to get printing of the class history booklets underway, questionnairds should be l.urned in by Monday, July 15. Completed questionnaires should be sent t:o Mrs. Jo Ann Davidson. 503 Belle- rue, Shelton. Checks or lnoney orders for res- ervations or class history booklets can be mailed to Mrs. Bobby Good- win, P.O. Box 514, Shelton. The absolute deadline for making rest ervations is Aug. 1. Alumni are encouraged to send any family photos to Mrs. Jo Ann Davidson for display on a bulle- tin board Any 1953 class member living in the Stockton, Calif,? area and needing transrortation to Shelton should contact David Brown, 1775 Bristol Ave., Stock- ton, Calif. .Outdoor Square Dance Slated For Saturday The Salty Sashayer Square Dance Club has cancelled it's dance this Saturday night because of the Lakefair dance to be held in Olympia. Well known callers from the Olympia-Tacoma area will be on the program at the Lakefair dance. which will be held on an outdoor platform near Capital Lake. In the event of rain, the dance will be held in the Olympia High School. Rainbow Girls Will Assist At Cleaners As a summer money-making project, the girls of Shelton Rain- bow Assembly No. 19 will be as- sisting the regular attendant at the Shelton Coin Operated Clean- ers. across from the City Hall. The girls will work Wednesday, July 17, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. The Rainbow girls will receive a per- centage on all cleaning broug'ht in on that day. They hope to see many of yon there! Hillcrest Homemakers Plan Birthday Party The Hillerest Homemakers Club will meet at 10:30 a.m. next Wed- nesday at the home of Mrs. Dar- :ell Sparks on Mill Creek Road. A birthday party for mem bets hav- mg birthdays during the last three months will be held. Members should bring a potluck lunch and come prepared to tie the quilt which will be displayed in the club's booth at the Mason Coun- ty Fair this Auglst. PAST MATRONS TO MEET The Past Matrons of Welcome Chapter No. 40. Order of Easterr Star, will meet at 12:?0 p.ni., Thursday, July 18. The meeting will be held at the home of Mrs Vi Danielson. BUSINESS 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 HEATING, SHEET METAL 623 S. 1st. Ph. 426-3483 TV Service • Radio - TV, • Phonograpls • CB 2-way raelio LEROY'S TV SERVICE Mt. View Ph. 426-3172 Tire Service • New - Goodrich • Recapping • Used OK RUBBER WEt.DERS Mt. View Ph. 426-4832 ii ii i Electrical ! • Fairbanks-N[orse Pumps • Electric Heating i , Westinghouse Appliances SHELTON ELECTRIC CO. 419 Railroad Ph. 426-6283 I Drugs • Helena Rubinstein cos- metics • Prescriptions Hypo-Allerglc cosmetics NELL'S PHARMACY' Covey Bldg. Ph. 426-3327 Landscaping • Lawns, rockeries, trees shrubs . Top soil, tilling, leveling , Free estimates SUNSET LANDSCAPING Herbert Baze 426-4718 :FIorist for all occasions • Flowers EVERGREEN FLORISTS 4th & Birch 8 to 8 426-8479 Auto Glass • Expert Installation JIM PAULEY, INC. 5th & Railrosd Ph. 426-8231 i Draperies , custom made • free estimates . work guaranteed J. C, PENNEY 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 Animal Haven , ,, • You bring them • We board them • Anything from mouse to elephant MEL-RU ANIMA.L HAVEN Dayton - St. Rt. 2, Box 100 Phone 426-2387 Welding Service- - . 24 hour call • also horse shoeing JAMES KYLE Rt. 1, Box 1091 Phone Tacoma -- VI 7-7307 Printing * Quality Work of All Kinds THE JOURNAL 227 Cota Phone 426-4412 Ambulance -- -I • Radio Dispatched / • Oxygen Equipped -- ] , 24 hr. service [ Torsak Ambulance I 2119 Adams St• 426"82541 Hospital Equip. I . Rental & Sales • Wheel chairs, lifts • beds, walkers • oxygen & tents Torsak Ambulance Service 2119 Adams Phone 426-8254 WHAT'S COOKING IH WHOSE KITCHEN? Recipe Favorites 0fCounty Residents Tony Folzo Family Has House Guests [r. and Mrs. Ilarolcl Ullius and son Kurt from Sebastopal, Cali- fornia, were last week's house guests of Mr. and Mrs. Tony Fon- zo and family. Mrs. Ullius is Mrs. IOIlZO'S sister. While here they enjoyed visit- ing the Olympia brewery and Hood canal. Mrs. Ullius looked forwara to picking wild blackberries as she had clone on her previous visit to Shelton 2 years ago. "There have been a lot of chan- ges made toward the better since I was here 20 years ago", common- ted Mr. Ullius about Shelton. Five year old Kurt enjoyed vis- iting Santa's Hnuse-and having his picture taken by the huge San- ta Claus. The Ullius family !eft for tle retnrn trip to Californi: last Saturday. Sunday the Fonzo family 'vas Majority Service Is This Saturday The Rainbow girls of Shelton Assembly No. 19 invite the pub!ie Lo attend a Majority Service ;at 8 p.m., Saturday, July 13. at the Shelton Masonic Temple. A Major- ity Service is given approximately every two years for those Rain- bow girls who have reached their twentieth birthday or have mar- ried. Their majority certificate en- titles them to a lifetime member- ship in the International Order ot Rainbow for Girls. Shelton As- sembly hopes that many peop!e will attend this very impressive ceremony, which will be followed by a reception. Navy Mothers To Serc The Navy Mothers' Club will serve at the Kiwanis hmcheon next Tuesday aL the Memorial Hall. The next regular meeting of the chub will be at 8 p,m., Thursday, July 18 at the Memorial }lall. Thirty-two fatal traffic acci- dents were caused in Washington State last year due to vehicle de- feels. FEET Af'HE, IT(!il? A of all your bones are in the feet. No wonder they lcile, swell, I)erspir', iteh. I$tihe feet twice d=tily wiih T-4-1, Solu- tion ior r(lie[ O[ the 'i bones, 66 joints plus ligaments. Iurbs athlete's toot. too (sloughs off infection--watch heal- thy skin replaee it) or your 1Be back =t any drug f|ol'e if nol I)le=tsed IN ONE 1101',1{. TOI)AY :It I•repp's ltex:tli Gas - Oil - Hot Sandwiches - lee, Cream - Pop visited by M'r. and Mrs. John Be'- gle of Portland. Millions of Series E Savings Bonds bought 20 years ago are still outstanding. They're worth about 83 percent more than their cost price, and are still earning interest. One out of every six cars safety checked last year was found to need immediate attention for safe operation. at Southwest of Stretch Island off Wells Beach On Case Inlet One Of Alnerica's First Floating Marinas Russell & Ruth Wells Grapeview, owner - operators Washington Phyllis Ritner, standing above in her yard on Northcliff, enjoys making Roquefort dressing for her family and friends. She is kept busy by her duties as the present state committee woman for the Democratic party. %Vhen friends come to dimmer at the home of Phyllis Ritner and green salad is served, they often ask to borrow her delicious recipe for Roquefort dressing. The dressing s quick and easy to prepare. It may take a few minutes longer to make it th.]n to buy the boltled commercial dressing, but its special homemade flavor certainly makes up for that. The flavor her dressing adds to tossed salads can't be beat. whe- ther the salad is for a formal din- ner or a patio picnic. The Ritner children. Gary, 26; Gall 21. and Roy Jr.. 16. have been enjoying it for years. Mrs. Ritner is active in the A. B. Govey Guild and Saint Theresa's Guild. She is also treasurer of Saint Mary's Altar Society and is presently serving as state com- mittee woman for the Democratic party. Roquefort Dressing Simply mix the following ingre- dients in the order gven. 2 cups mayonnaise  cup milk 1 teaspoon lemon juice 1 1/3 teaspoon sauterne wine ], teaspoon salt A teaspoon pepper A dash of garlic powder 1 2/3 ounces Danish blue or Roquefort cheese, grated coarse makes better ice .cream DARIGOLD .-- ICI CRA Local ice cream fanciers prefer Darigold, With your first bite, you'll aree •.."Darigold Makes It Better!" Prices Effective JULY 11-12-13 ' Right To Limit CUT CORN i0/,001 Frozen FANCY PEAS FROZEN 7/'1 10-OZ PKG ..... FRENCH FRIES OR CRINKLE 5/$1 CUTS 16-OZ. FROZ. FANCY SQUASH 10/=1 10-OZ. PKG. BAKER'S DOZ. DONUTS 13 TO A PG 39 ’ STEAK SALE U.S. Choice Verifine Sirl,oin St00ea00k T-BONE STEAK 98' ' Choice Verifine .................................... Lb. OPJEltHOUSE STEAK vo.,,oo°' o.o,oo .................... ,lO 9 '  Lb. TOP R00ND STEAK u, c.o,OOoe .fl!Mi’ I€ ' U , |' HI,,,,,, m-..- ml,llg Verifi Lb, A--A" ="  A.:. Fresh Lean For UKUURU KuuRu Char Broiling ......................................... Lb. LESSWIENERS "oz. SK|N Verifine .................................... I I I I ] I I California Red Ripe Slicers TOMATOES.... ,Lb. 2/49© Local Red LEAF LETTUCE. Ea. 2/,I 9© Santa Rosa Calif. Fresh Grown Fruit PLUMS.. • • • • . Lb. 2/35c Washington Grown Jumbo Yellows ONIONS...... Lb. 3/19e BR00OKEN SHRIM00P IN00STANT MILK ALL VEGETABLE S.H.ORTEN00ING FANCY PACK 4y-OZ. TINS CARNATION 9:18 ( NON-FAT 14 QT. PKG. SNOWDRIFT ALL-VEGETABLE 3-LB. TINS LA / OPEN I ASPARAGUS SPEARS WAL WALLA 3/$1 SUNUPS / .................................... 14-OZ. TINS ........................................................................................ 303 TINS /[[ GRAHAM ORAOKERS .t.T. °. ............................. 1 LB. BeΧ 39* TOMATO CATSUP .UNT'S s ........................................ 14.oz. BOTTLE 6/'1 ERLAND'S MUSHROOMS STEMS.', PCS. ........................ 2oz T,NS 2/25  I I I II I I II I I I I Ill