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1963 SHELTON--MASON COUNTY JOURNAL --- Published in "Christmastown, U.S.A.", Shelton, Washington PAGE 3 Rebekah Lodge No. 75, hall, was Past Noble ast Noble Grands include (not in am, Ruth Yule, Mary Dobson, AI- :)bson, Dorothy Schweitering t an, Mamie Earl, Elizabeth Butler, Teckla Anderson, Maybell Daniels, Elizabeth Simpson, Willie Mac Landsaw, Rosalie Wells, Beu- lah Helser, Grace Wells and Agnes Alexander. Those holding the arch are Judy Nelson, Lois Rose, Josephine Moss and Hattie Ellison. Irene Jackson and Jessie Cox are the conductresses. HERE of Lester McGee of relatives Niilo Kota- Kirsti think country here. ways the rs from Fin- Were: "Every- "the Am- more casual- many more highways ung to our they music. They m. Finland they TV pro- "A1- and "Ozzie and Slated )f Elinor Chap- Star, will Per at 6 plm. Will be held and all of the Installation Held Hood Canal American Legion Auxiliary No. 230 held its instal- lation of officers on Wednesday, July 10 at the Holiday Beach Club House on Hood Canal. Fourth District President, 'Mrs. Frances Zurflu of Tacoma and 4th District vice president, Mrs. Vera Hawkinson of Tacoma, were in charge of the installation ceremo- ny. They were assisted by the 4th District drill team. Officers installed were president, Mrs. Roland Willson; vice-presi- dent, Mrs. Virginia Wallin; sec- retary, Mrs. John Shortsleeves treasurer, Mrs. Mattie Backlund historian, Mrs. Anna Johnson chaplain, Mrs. Robert Smith and sergeant at arms, Mrs. Jennie Hoff. Refreshments were served to the more than 30 guests present: Guest pianist for the evening was Mrs. James Reeder. To Wed In August EAGLES AUXILIARY SPONSORS DINNER The Eagles Auxiliary 1YIember- ship Challenge dinner was held at 6:30 p.m., July 9 at the airport hall. As Sheiton Auxiliary was the loser in a membership con- test against Tenino the dinner was put on for the contest winner, Te- nine Auxiliary. Visitors from Ab- erdeen also attended and stayed for the meeting at 8 p.m. Shelton Pioneer Visits Wallace A. Johnson, the first Ford dealer in Mason county in about 1909, visited Shelton last Saturday. He built the building now used by the Ford Agency here. Johnson is now residing in Garden City, California. Use Journal Want Ads Social Even ts Society Editor . Molly Murdey . Phone 426-4412 It's A Date Today, Thursday, July 18 Navy Mothers' Club, 7:30 p.m., Memorial hall. Rotary Club lunch- con, noon, Ming Tree Care. Port commission's meeting, 8 p.m., courthouse. Friday, July 19 V.F.W. meeting, 8p.m., Memorkl hall. Golden Age Club rummage sale, P.U.D. building Saturday, July 20 Golden Age Club rummage sale, PU.D. building. Social Club of tEl- liner Chapter, Order of Eastern Star, potluck supper, 6 p.m., Pot- latch State Park. Drivers' license examiner, 10 a.m. - 5 p.m., police station. Sunday, July 21 Shelton churches invite vu o attend the church of your c'hoicc. Monday, July 22 Royal Neighbors of Americar, 7:30 p.m., Memorial hall. County commission's meeting 10 a.m., courthouse. Tuesday, July 23 Dirt Dobbers Garden Club trip to Port Townsend, 8 a.m., P.U.D. building. Salvation Army truck, phone Mrs. Salisbury at 426-6564 or leave at 325 No. 5th Street. Goodwill truck, phone Mrs. Len- tz at 426-4847. Kiwanis Club luncheon, noon, Memorial hall. City commission's meeting, 2 p.m., city hall. Wednesday, July 24 W.S.C.S. picnic, II :30 a.m., Methodist Church fo rtransporta- Marriage Licenses Applying for marriage licenses in the Mason County Auditor's of- flee dm'ing the past week were: Gerald M. VanCleave. 19. She!- Ion. and Barbara T. Rishel 19. Shelton, Darryle McDonald, 43. Seattle. and Margaret Hatch. 40. Union. Peter Vi 7. Kruger. 29. Shelton. and Barbara Drengson. 26. Shel- ton. Walter Burlingame, 39. Tacoma, and Georgina Raseth, 36. Tacoma. Paul Armstrong, 45, Shelton, and Alice Rains. 37, Shelton ...................... VrSCS PICNIC PLANNED The Women's Society of Christ- ian Service circles will hold their annual picnic Wednesday, July 2i at Mrs. Clive Troy's home on Pickering Pass. Those attending should meet at the Methodist Church at 11:30 a.m. for trans- Fortation and slmuld bring their own table service. VISITS FROM ILLINOIS Mrs. Ivan Shutler and children, Trudy, Kathy and Lloyd from Lib- erty Hill, Ill.. are visiting her par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Nord- quist and-illiam Shutler of Shel- ton. THey have been here approx- imately three weeks and will re- turn to Illinois this Saturday. tion. Drivers' license examiner, 10 a.m. - 5 p.m., police station. Thursday, July 25 Rotary Club luncheon, noon. Ming Tree Cafe. Ph. 426-8139 You Should Know... I GLINT WILLOUR No other investment has the flawless record of Life Insurance during trou- blesome financial times, and no other investment in any time or at any price is remotely capable of duplicat- ing its granite-like stability and of conferring upon its owner such last- ing peace of mind, N/W NATI 0 NAL ENGAGED k', - Mr. and Mrs. Lyle E. Barnhard. PO Box 15 Shelton announce the engagement of their daughter, Miss Shriley Ann Kopperman, to Nornqan E. Langevin. son of the late Norman Langevin and Mrs. Langewn of East Greenwich, Rhode Island. Miss Kopperman is a 1960 graduate of Irene S. Reed and her future husband is a graduate of North Kingstown High School in RhoBe isiand. No date has been set for the wedd- ing. TRAVEL TO MISSOURI Mr. ancl Mrs. Harry Brown of Shelton returned July 2 from St. Louis. Mo. They had travelet to Missouri by ca]" to return their granddaughters. haron. Sandra and Vicki Wood. Lo their parents, Mr. and 5rs. Amel VVood. Mr, and Mrs. Wood were Shet- Ion residents until last Jmmary CLINIC HOSPITAL when Mr. Wood. who is in the Mr. and Mrs. Harold Lazelle, Coast Guard, was transferred to Rt. 1, Box 228. Yelm. a boy, July St, Louis. 11. O LUMBER HARDWARE PAINTS 1 mile off highway on Cole Road Cole Road Builder's Supply Cole Road Ph. 426-8224 DJtRIGOLD makes better ice cream ..- || CREA Imcal ice cream fanciers prefer Darigold. With your first bite, you'll aree ..."Darigold Makes It Better!" NEW and YOU a saw that peration, of the ill saws Shop rest We ,ell MR. AND MRS. EARL Marr of Shelton announce tim engage- merit of their daughter, Aria, to Arlin Kohler, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Kolfler of Midy, Utah. Miss Marr is a 196; grtul- uate of Irene S. Reed. Her fu- ture husband attends Brigham Ymmg University. An August wedding is plaimcd. (Photo by Dean's Studio). HERZOG FAMILY VIS1TS Mr. and Mrs. Keith Hczog an their two children from Slidcll, La,, have been visiting his par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. George Herzog of Shelton, this past week. They also "visited his sister, Mrs. Roy Deffinbaugh, in Kirkland. On the way home, they stopped to see an- other sister, Mrs. Don Fourre, in San Jose, Calif., and a brother, Bob Herzog, in Phoenix, Ariz. the financial Deluxe telephone Coffee - Bavarian folk on premises. of Lamplighter wire or call 0547 If you took away00e Rayonier Cellulose what do you suppose would be left? ) TURN THE PAGE AND SEE)