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1, 1963 SHELTON--MASON COUNTY JOURNAL  Published in "Christmastow% U.S.A.", Shelton, Washington pAGE 3 Slated So ciul Events Aug. 3 Grange Hall Society Editor ,,__Molly Murdey Phone 426-4412 be served from Sht. The supper CAR0 ECOMES o announce that coffee and dcs- S been planned. WIFE OF AR A. SILCOX es and coffee for [l be available for t Wish a full meal. lay Is Nonday n of Mr. and Mrs. elebrated his llth ) With a cake and at his parents' he afternoon was aseball and riding Rick Fitchitt Steve arid Darrei' Kim- Dave Puhn, Clyde r, Gregand Steve easey, Ray Huis- and Floyd Dah- tehitt ani Debbie ,Per was served s joined the cele- I were Mr. and 'itehitt Mr. and saw and Marleen, Y Kimmerly, Mr. hn, Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Gordon . and Mrs.. Hul- led an after-sup- me between tthers at a sco" ,00ETS lENT [hee Fun and of Televis on 426-6602 Lodge &A.M. No. 11 tion G. 3 W.M. Secretary 00LUE OX " ONLY |II ONLY The former Carol Martindale and Archie Silcox will make their home in San Antonio, Texas, where the groom is employed by the U:S. Air Force as a jet engine mechanic. The bride is a graduate of Auburn Academy, which her husband also attended before entering the service. Carol Martindale, daughter of Mr. and blt's. Donald MartinGale of Sumner, and Archie Silcox, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs Archie Silcox of Sltolton, were married June 30 at the Sevelth Day Adventist Church in Aubmm. Elder Glenn Patterson perfm!med the cere- n'loriy. Baskets of coral gladioli and mock orange bh)ssoms decorated the church for the evening wed- ding ceremony. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a chantilly lace gown with sequined appliques around a scoop neck'and a chapel-length train. Her should- er-length veil was caught by a crown of seed and tear drop pearls. The bridal bouqnet was of white carnations with coral tinted edges and stephanotis. Linda Martindhle, sister of the bride, was maid of honor in a nile green dress with a chiffon skirt and lace sleeves. The bridesmaids, Jill Williams of Kent, Margorie D0rr of Kirkland and Marcia My- ers of Auburn, wore dresses of coral satin brocade with fitted bo- You Should Know.. GLINT WILLOUR Nothing contributes more to one's dices and unpressed pleated skirts. The best man was Larry Grubbs of Auburn. Others taking part in the ceremmy were candlelighters, Julia. Norman of Auburn and Ri- chard Silcox of Shelton; flower girl, Julie Silcox. Korean foster sister bf groom; Bible carrier, Jer- ry Tadej; ushers, Dick Martin- dale, DaviC Maztcrjohn and Jim Duterrow; violinist, Leroy "Weber; vocalist, Sherry Roth and organ- ist, Eleanor Jones. The mother of the bride wm'e a dress of blue silk organza over taffeta, featuring embroidered flo- wers on Lhc bodice with beige ac- cessories. The mothcr of the groom cbose a rose chiffon dress with a shirred bodice and panelled skirt for her son's wedding. Both moth- ors wore corsages of pink rose- buds and white carnations. Serving the wedding calve at the reception, rnich was held at Rud- olph Hall, Auburn Academy, were Mrs. Janet Wedel and Miss Helen ThorbL, rn. Others assiating were: punch bowl, Mrs. LaVerne Dorr and Miss Eerier Mooers; guest book; Mrs. LaRene Mittlieder, gift table, Mrs. Vinette Kinnear, Miss Marilyn Cooley and Miss Marilyn Stream and groonfs cake, Jodi and Denise Roth. The bride's going away outfit was a teal blue brocaded satin sheath with white accessories. The couple left by train for their new home, which will be, at Randolph It's A Date Today, Thursday, August_ 1 KAREN WESTLUND-C. SAUPE WED IN EVENING CEREMONY peace of mind and security than Air Force Base in San Antonio, .! adequate Life Insurance. Tex.   L__- I y ] WASHER ONLY '179w,th 00ra,00e PANTS N'Y 'tlSw"'"" i s oo .::: , ,119 ,o,. ,ow SAME DAY SERVICE " ON ALL FRIGIDAIRE ."jm) Savings Account= r ,'" St;tements Past Due Not|eel L;? i __[] Personnel Inquiry. ,!: Basic Slim .............. . " " .......... $11.95 l.,ur.Z.v,)om , Contract Payments Fund Drwe$ z,. . ! Mail Order Selling _/ Wrap Skirt .......................... $11..95 ..... Mail-Well Rctumelopes are available ia .. Brushed Plaid ...................... $9.95 Jesenh A. Matich. 26, Seattle. and Murcia Louise Redman. 20, F, ellevue. C. J. Hansen: 63. Shelton. and F.,,'Ale FoM:er. legal, Shelton. TLalph Adair. 25, Shelton. ano Clara Sturgeon, 28. She(ton. Clarcnce G Selvog, 27. Brcm- erton, and Colleen DunhanL 23. Brcmerton VCTU MEETS TOMORROW The August meeting of the Wo- man's Christian Temperance Un- ion will be held at 1 p.m. tomof row" at the home of Mrs. Manilla Galloway. The meeting will begin with a no-hosl, potluck lmeheon. The theme for the worship ser- vice which is taken from Psalm 90. will be "Rear View Mirror". and the program will be "Fun--A Family Affai .'. DIADLINE APPROACHING leserv:ot]ons for the Iron( .5. Reed class of 1953 remion, to be held Au=,.qst 1.7 at AlderbrooK. mr, st be m..de by thc end of this v,-eel(. Timse wishilg 1;o make res-. er:ations n3ay mail their checks to 13obbie Coodwin. P.O, }ox 514, Shelton. r tLey may a.'.l 426-3503. A Subsidiary of P. N. Hirsch & Co. SUMMER CLEARANCE CONTINUES Terrific Values ' in All Departments At Times Wears Horned-rimmed Glasses All Color Coordinated, Fashioned Styled for EARLY ":- GARLAND FALL SWEATERS PANTS, SKIRTS Pullover CHARGE IT SWEATERS ////// '79ScARDIGAHS' '169s WASHER and00 _ '895 to '169s envelope .tum Envelo tim following colored papers: Whito Mail-Well and Pink, Green and Goldert Autumn in Glowtono Stock. Mail-Well envelopes for),our every business need THE JOURNAL 409 Railroad Ave. Vern Miller, Owner Hip-stitch .............................. $9.95 MEN'S SHOP Phone -126-6432 Gene Hanson, Manager SERVING SHELTON SINCE 1895 1st and PINE DIAL 426-4393 Monday - Friday 8 a.m. till 5:30 p.m. Saturday 8 a.m. till 4:30 p,m. UNDER 5' TALL FULL 10 CUBIC FOOT CAPACITY '189o0 ONLY with trade AS LOW AS 10.00 A MONTH CHARGE IT ,,,,L, RANGE BUDGET BIG 23' - WIDE oven - Holds A Large Turkey @Space To Spare On The Cooking Top Storage Galore In Full - Width Storage Drawer 30" ELECTRIC Model RS130-63 ONLY 168oo w,,. ,..0o AS LOW AS 10.00 A MONTH Karen YVestlund, daughter of eepLion was given ira honor of the Rotary Club luncbcgn, noon, Mrs. Evelyn Laney of Shelton, and newly married couple by the aunt Ming T',';ee Cafe. . N  _1 ._ ,. .... Conrad Saupe son of Mr and Mrs av\\; iv otners tu,,.  p.m., ' -' ' of tho bride, Mrs. Cliff Whiloaker. . " ..... George Saupe also ot Shelton lvttql]Ol'lal lilll . ' .  ) .............. r i were married Jmy 1 at the lmme It was held at the Gateway Care. Joint mstauanon au  o  o- - . ..... . ...... _ . - , of Justice George Ehe. Relatives After the reception, Mr. and trip to California. The bride is a p m i  i ub ,- Friday, Augus. 2 gown of white satin with lace bro- graduate of h'ene S. Reed high school and was a princess in thc ag,cs .,',uxmary rmmnage sale, cade and a short veil of silk il- 1959 Forest Festival. She former- , _ ' cr . . 9 .m. 5 p.m., P.U.D. bmldm,, lusmn. She carmed a bouquet of ly worked for the govermnent in Woman's Christian Temperance rosebuds, carnations and gladioli. Olympia. Her husband is employed Union. meeting 1 p.m., home ot Following_ the .,ceremony a_, re- by Gott Oil Company. FRIGIDAIRE Mrs. Manilla Oalloay. V.F.\\;V. Anxiliarv 8 p.m., Me- mona,Camp.hall. -' - _ ,  .---_-" Oddfellows Plan Joint PLIANCE Annual 4-H Club salmon barbe-  cue, 6:30 p.m., Panhandle Lake- _.L...  j Picnic With Rebekahs : AP 4-H NEW #] The members of Odd Fellows Saturday, August 3 ARRIVALS / , Lodge No: 62 and Ruby Rebekah Eagles Auxi.liarv rummage sale lk;* ' Lodge No. 75 wilt hold .a joint pic- 9 a.m.- 5 p.m., P'.U.D. building, _....|.j . nic Sunday, August 4 t Kneeland SALE Drivers' license examiner. I0 I,[]- I1 " Park. Eating is schedulod to be- a.m. - 5 p.m., police station. . . ___ - gin at 1 p.m. Benefit Dance 9'30 p.m CIo- . The Ruby Rebekahs are busy '. " "' Shelton General Hospital cluanum range flail, supper: o- . ........ preparing for the official visit of 12 n m lvir. ann virs. lJonala 1. 'aveh the president of the Rebekah As- ' ' ' Sunday, August 4 JulyStar 26Route, 1, Box 117, a girl, sembly of Washington state. Ruby / / I I / / Shelton churches inv,t you Lo Mr. and' Mrs. James Hartley, Rebekah members would like tO attend the church of your choice. 1117 Turner a irl July 26 wish all of their ill sisters a very ' . ...... speedy recovery. R E h,hW,r . 0 R  R i'-iiiT Odd Fellows-Rebeahs ..... pm,nc 1 Mr. and Mrs. Josenhr Kilbourne p.m., Kneeland Park. 1720 Jefferson, a girl, July 27. Monday, August 5 Mr. and Mrs. John Sllcox, RL. DIRT DOBBERS TRAVEL (ounty commission's meeting, 2, Box 991, a girl, July 27. Sixteen members of the Dirt :tO am., comthouse. Mr. and Mrs. James Blauvelt, Dobbers Garden Club traveled to Tuesday, August 6 905 Euclid, a boy, July 30. Port Townsend .July 23. Their i.:.:.:  1  Degree of Honor Protective :ks- Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Havens, first stop was at Ma'iaf Stone Is- sociation, 11 a.m.; homc of Mrs. 1912 Stevens, a boy, July 30. land to collect rocks and shells and Acht Howard. * * * eat lunch. They then visited Fort lhwanis Club luncheon Po,,n, .. ...... Clime Hospital Flagler. In Port Townsend they L mortal hen " --*. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Andrews, visited the court house, which was City ecru  ,i,)) s meeting, ' R .. :,'.s. :'. " ," 2 cute 11, Box 179, Olympia, a girl, built in 1890, the Bartlett home t,.,r, city had. July 29 With its art gallery, the Chetze- i:!:!: Wedn,stiay, August 7 --- make Park and other places of in- ]!i Hillcrest Homemakers' Club 11 VFW SCHEDULES PICNIC terest. After completing an en- a,:ill.rivh, ome.!: ,Ms rs E lh, s Velis. The next business meeting of joyable sight seeing trip and eat- ers 11 ttX I "llnI, ] U ' r a' " - 'e "" "' ': '"  the Ladies Auxiliar:y t the Vet" ing dinner in Sequim' they return'm O p l'l poller saI:10n : '" " - -. .: - ' '.i , " eransof Foreign Wars willboheld ed to Shelton. /nur ay Pugus[ , ":' .-' , -, at 8 p.m. tomorrow at the Mem- _l-tola ry Cnlfl lunclleoll noon, , . .   ' orzat Hall. vung Tree :ate . . Plans for the annual picnic of TI|LETE'. FOOT C;olden Age Cltts, nee', ,fc]n"r- . rxxr -* ,:, A, :: ..... . HOW TO 'I'Ri,]AT IT- . .... " ""  th vvv ru% a .tu2let.y ztxau Apl)lY illstant-drying T-4-L, You feel Ltl r:alI, their families will be completed, it. take hold to check itching, burning. ............. The picnic will be held Aug. 11 at in minutes. Then in 3 I0 5 days. watch iil infocted skin slough off. Watch healthy llr " ' T " Delight Park. ' skin replace, it. If not pleased IN ON; i 00vlarrla00e incenses --- HouR. your 48c back at any drug Store. NOW at McConkey Drug Ceil- Applying for marriage licenses Journal Want Ads Pay ter, aL the Mason County Auditm"s 24" WIDE office this past week were: