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PAGE 4 SHELTON MASON COUNTY JOURNAL" Published in"ghrilma,,tow, U.S.A.", Shelton, Washington u , - ! ............................... !!! ............ , , , ....... " .... 6 Mr. & Mrs. Loitz Celebrate Golden Wedding Anniversary Marriage Licenses Applying for marriage licenses at the Mason County Auditor's of- fice this past week were: Harold L. Schneider, 39. Olym- pia and Patricia R. Becks, 37, El- nla, William R. Manning, 26, Shelton, and Pamela McAulay, 17 Shelton. John Hilstad. 49, Silverdale, and Grace Miller. 53. Sih, crdale. MR. AND MRS. CHARLES LOITZ will celebrate 50 years of marriage this Saturday evening at the Mountain View Alliance Chapel. Mary Jane Ross. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Elisja Durant, and Charles Loitz. son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Loitz. were marned August 17, 1913 in Naooleon. Ohio. To ce- lebrate their golden wedding anni- versary, a reception will be held for the{ couple from 7:30 to 10 p.m. this Saturday at the Mountain View Alliance Chapel. Mr. and Mrs. Loitz's children invite all friends and neighbors to attend. Three years after their mariage ii 1913, Mr. and Mrs. Loitz came West to Yakima. They settled in Shelton in 1931 and have lived THUR. - FRI. ONE COMPLETE SHOW .."";:72=2;::::3:'"": i JERRY' i I_00WR i "=" dmo e o $$o o e* o$ooo eo ow $.ete LAD THE DOG SAT. - ONLY here since then. Their children are Mrs. Margue- rite Lemke of Shelton. Charles Ross of Tacoma Burdette Loitz of Alaska. Farnum Loitz of Shelton and Mrs. Loretta Burkland of Pay- It's A Date Today, Thursday, August 15 i Club luncheon, noon. Rotary , Ming Tree Cafc. . Masonic Lodge, 7:30 p.m., Mr. Moriah Masonic Temple. Men's Simpson League bowlers' meeting, 7:30 p.m., Simpson build- inK. Port commission's meeting, 8 p. m.. courthouse. Navy Mothers' Club. 8 p.m. Me- morial hall Friday. August 16 Degree of Honor Protective As- soeiatio:, rummage sale. P. U D. building. Saturday, August 17 Driving' license cxaminer. 10 a. m. - 5 p.m. police station. D.H.P.A. rummage sam. P.U.D. building. Golden wedding anmversary of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Loitz. 7:30- 10 p.m.. Mt. View Alliance, Chm'ch. Sunday, A.gnst 18 She!ton churches invite you to attead the church of your choice. Third Congressional District Re- publican picnic, noon. Bucoda State Park. Former residents of Arcadia dis- trier picnic. 11 a.m., Kneeland Park. Golden wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. John Byrd. 1:30-4 p. m. 1903 Hay Street. Grays Harbor County Fair. E1- ma Fair Grounds. Monday, August 19 County commmsion's meeting, 10 a.m.. courthouse. Tnesday, August 20 Kiwanis Club luncheon, noon Memorial hall. City commission's meeting, 2 p. n)., city hall. Mason County Fair Board. 8 p. m., commissioner's office. Women's Commercial Bowling League, 8 p.m., Timber Bowl. Fred B. Wivell Post 31. Ameri- can Legion, 8 p.m., Memorial hall. Wednesday, Augnust 21 Drivers' license examiner, 10 a. m. - 5 p.m., police station. Thnrsday, August 22 Rotary Club hmcheon, noon, Ming Tree Care. Rebekahs Await Visit Of Assembly President At the last meeting of Ruby Re- bekah Lodge No. 75, held August 9. plans for a rummage sale to be held August 30-31 at the P.U.D. building were begun. The members I SotalEvents I Society Editor Molly Murdey Phone 426-4412 ) BLUE, AND WHNE THEME FOR LANEY-MARCY WEDDING Mr . and Mrs. Robert Marcy wil make their home at Little Skookum Bay near Shelton, where the groom is employed at Saeger's Motor Shop. He is a graduate of Irene S. Reed High School. The bride is the former Sharon Laney. (Photo by Dean's Studio) A double ring ceremony united Sharon Kay Laney, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Burl K. Laney, and Robert W. Marcy, son 'of Mr. and Mrs. William Marcy, August 3 in the Mt. View Alliance Church. best  man and' Gerry Marcy, Gary Collins and Lowell Hardie were ushers. "Oh Promise Me" and "Wedding Prayer" were sung by Richard Endicott, accompanied by Mrs. Richard Endicott. Legien To Hear Se00veNion Reports Fred B. Wivell American Legion p()st will hear repor'.s of delegate;: to th9 annual department conven tion held in Yakima last weekend when it meets next Tuesday ip ?temorial P, all for its August S(:ssi()n. The meeting was postponed un- ti! next Tuesday because the reg- ular date- ctmflicled with the con- venti,n. Delegates \\;vna represen- ted Fred B. ,Viveil post were Cmnmander Del V%ston. Adjutant Mel Dobson and inm:ediate past commancter J;;y Jmphep.out. Forest Festival Heeds Support Of Everyone By Lorraine 1)emler Three months ago the nineteen- Lh annual Forest Festival came to a close and already plans are be- ing made for next year's Festival. Are you among those plans. Have you contributed your time. ener- gy or resources to make the twen- tieth annual Forest Festival a success? The Festival is not a celebrationp rovided by the work of a few for the enjoyment of many. Rather, it is the expres- sion of the entire community's spirit engendered in a unique cel- ebration that has a history ot which it can be proud Numerous citizens of Mason County have worked with the Fes- tival which can often be describ- ed as a thankless job. but they derive their thanks by seeing their purpose manifested--Keeping Ma- son County Green and Keeping Washington Green. Direct support of the Forest Festival would be to work in the committees and var- ious phases of the celebration. Indirect support would be buying a Festival button, attending the Queen's Banquet. viewing the pa- rade or the logging show. Do you contribue your indirect support of allup, also decided to sponsor a bazaar Rev. Robert Wick performed the The bride's mother chose a navy all of these items? ........................................ early in the fall. evening ceremony, blue suit complimented by a pink AFTER THE FOURTEENTH Republican Women A' no-host .dinner at 6:30 p.m. The bride, wearing a floor-length hat for her daughter's 'wedding. celebration of the Forest Festi- at Heinie's Broiler will precede gown of white nylon and lace and Her corsage was of white orchids wd the pageant was taken from To Attend Picnic the August 23 meeting. At this carrying a bouquet of white orch- and pink rosebuds. A pale green Loop Field to the Shelton gym. Af- Members of the Mason County meeting the Assembly President ids, was escorted up the aisle by suit with white accessories and a ter a short lived period in the bet father. Her shoulder-length white orchid corsage was worn by gym, the pageant which was the "Women's Republican Club will will visit. All officers are asked to net veil was caught by a crown of the mother of the groom. journey to Bucoda State Park at wear formals, coronation of the Queen and the noon on Sunday, August 18, to There will be an addenda prac- pearls. Blue and white tinted gla- After the ceremony, a reception carrier of the fire protection rues- attend the Third Congressional tire at 7 p.m. this evening at the dioli decorated the church, was held in the church basement: sage was replaced y the Queen's District Republican Picnic. IO.O.F. Hall. Anyone having rum- Mrs. Linda Ferris was matron The fom'-tier wedding cake, decor- Coronation Banquet. Can you re- Mrs. George Shackleford. presi- mage to be picked up for the of honor in a blue chiffon dress ated with white roses, lilies of the member the Loop Field stage, the dent )fthe Mason County group, sale should call Grace Wells at. with a. matching hat. The brides- valley and silver leaves, was top- children dressed as flowers, rain- 426-6180 or' Pearl Jackson at 426- maid, Judy Kelly, wore a dress of ped with the traditional bride and drops, firebugs or woodland am- has appointed Marie McKay and f-room under a canopy of white reals? Both youngsters and spec- At:CeI)iellb. b the telephone ecru- 6456. .blue lace over nylon with pearl nlle. mitt,e, St;te reported that Thurs- ton County will provide the ice cream and coffee, but members will bring their own basket lunch. ................................. Local Moose Members Visit Olympia Lodge The Olympia Moose Loage held an Hawaiian Luau August 3. Those attending from the Shelton Moose Lodge were :Mr. and Mrs. Joe Cronquist. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Owen Mr. and Mrs. Glen Robinson, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Woodward. Eva Han- son and Frank Pierce. SA FE DEPOSIT BOXEs AITKENS ARE VISITED Mr. and Mrs. Richard Priszner and sons. Ricky, Roy and Randy, returned home to Anderson. Calif. [ornia last Monday after spending ten days in Shelton with Mr, Prisz- ner's mother. Mrs. Don Aitken. and her husband. Coming to Shetton to visit the Californians were Richard Prisz- net's sister. Mildred Lemke and daughter Pamela of Port Angeles, Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Priszner of Wenatchee. Mr. and Mrs. Eddy Priszner of Seattle. Donald Boulin- ton of Tacoma Mr. a.nd Mrs. Rollin After members of the Moose had and family and Hi'.. and Mrs. Rob- enjoyed watching Hawaiian dane- crt Aitken and family. ers, dinner was served by the , Olympia Lodge. . private -- Confidential -- Economical Your Privacy our first concern Cheerful Service Emergency Air and Communication System Wide choice of Boxes $5.00 Yearly (plus tax, key, deposit) Shelton Branch Thurston County Federal Savinp & Loan Association Accounts Insured to $10,000.00 by the F.S.L.I.C. 9 A.M.  4 P.M. Monday thru Thursday 10 a.m, to 5:30 p.m. Fridays Hom Office Branch Office 5th & Capitol Way 313 Railroad Ave. Olympia, Wash. Shelton, Wash. SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES Private, Confidential, Economical Shelton General Hospital Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Gray, Box 94, Lilliwaup, a girl, August 7. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Simmons, Route 3. Box 608, a girl, August 9. Mr. and Mrs. Billy Fields, P.O. Box 44, a boy, August 10. Mr. and :Mrs. Vernon Farrell. 2136 Olympic Highway N., a girl, August 10. :Mr. and :Mrs. Orville Kane. Star 1-oute 2. Box 3. a boy, August 10. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Pulsifer, Star Route 1, Box 172, a boy, August 11. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Byrd, 923 Moreland, a boy August 12. ,'im, rarOund the neckline. Ruby Laney and Sandi Lest;er were candle lighters in dresses of blue lace over taffeta. David Har- die. uncle of the groom, served as Alumni Association Slales Rummage Sale Put on your glad rags and pick up those that aren't so happy these days and bring them to 423 Rail- road. The Irene S. Reed Alumni Association is having a rummage sale August 23-24. Their goal is to get the associ- ation out of the red so that it will be possible to offer next year's graduating seniors a scholarship. This year they were unable to provide a scholarship or gve the seniors a dance. Since so many alumni are still living in the community, a good turnout for this project is expect- ed. The most needed ztem for the sale is back to school clothes. Dish- es. linens, bedding, toys and any white elephants can also be used. The building will be open to re- ceive donations after 7 p.m. on August 22. They may be deposit- ed any time before then at the following places: Bud Franklin. Island Lake; Bonnie Bourgault, 627 Cascade: Charleen Smith, 403 Angle Way; Irene Linton. West Railroad; Gene Hanson. Bettman's Hens Shop and Thelma Obremski, Route 1. Please have all contributions box- ed. Anyone interested in working on this project may call one of the above names for further infor- nation. BUD PAULEY DODGE USED CARS 1959 PLYMOUTH BELEVEDERE $1095 Auto. Trans. V-8 Power Steering - 8harp 1957 PLYMOUTH STA. WGN ............. $795 V-8 - Std. Trans. 1956 PLYMOUTII 4-DR ......................... $Q V-8, Standard transmission. Clean. 1955 CHEV. STA. WGN ........................ $445 2/Dr. - 6 Cyl. Std. Trans. 1956 FORD 2-Dr .................. :.., ................. $395 V-8- Overdrive 1955 PLYMOUTH 4-Dr ........................... $545 V-8 - Automatic - Sharp 1954 DODGE 4-Dr ................................... $295 V-8 - Automatic Clean Car GET A GOOD DEAL ON A 63 DODGE WHILE WE STILL HAVE A NICE ASSORTMENT OF 63's PAULEY HOTORS Front St. & Railroad Ave. Phone 426-8183 Serving and pouring were Mrs. Marshall McGuire. Mrs. Pat Dug- ger. Mrs. Lowell Hardie. Mrs. Da- vid Hardie and Linda Lanev. Lover Ballard. Mrs. Angus Lester. Au- drey Evans and Donna Evans rere in charge of the guest book and the gift table. The groom's cake was passed by Ruby Laney and Sandi Lester. Following the reception the cou- ple left for a trip to the San Juan Islands, with the bride wearing a lurquoise suit with a matching fur collar. The couple will make their home at Little Skookum Bay. HAWAIIAN LUAU HELD Mr. and Mrs Sidney Tindall were the host and hostess of a Hawai- ian Luau held Sunday at their home. Present were Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Grout of Union, Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Smith of Scapoose, Oregon. Mr. and Mrs. Reed Tin- dall and Brian of Burlington, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Henderson and Phil- lip of Shelton and Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Spangler of White Salmon. FELLOWSHIP FOR GOSSER Jon W. Cusser. son of Mr. and Mr,. Lawrence Cusser. Shelton, was the recipient of a United Sta- tes Public Health Service Fellow- ship grant recently. Cusser is in his second year of post graduate work at the Univer- sity of Washington He is working toward his Doctorate of Psycho- logy. 4-H NEWS Members of the This and Thats 4-H club who attended 4-H Club Camp at Panhandle Lake July 29 to August 2 were Patty Bourgault, Mary Nennis. LeAnna 'Whitmarsh, Laura Vander Veer, Susie Mc- Dowell, Wendy Boelander and the leader. Mrs. Bourgault. The theme used for the club's cabin decorations was "hillbillies". War is little more than a cata- logue of mistakes and misfortu- nes. -- Winston S. Churchill tators were visually reminded by the forest's message. I have heard people say that they wished the pageant would be like it was in the past. But those of you who , have made this remark should ask yourself---just what have I con- tributed to maintain the exis- tence of the Forest Festival. Re- hearsals, costumes, scrip writers. scenery, all need the time. ener- gy, and resources of the people of this county. The burdens in- volved in these tasks were just too heavy a weight on the shoul- ders of to() few people. OBVIOUSLY, somef olks in this counts enjoy their jobs with the Festival or else it woudn't con- tinue from year to year. How about sizing up the situation, put- ting two and two together i your help will make bigger and better Forest Festivals). If you coula call up a member of the Festival Association and say, "I'd like you to count on my support and assis- tance for the 1964 Festival" this would be one of the best expres- sions of cormnunity spirit you will ever make. Perhaps, it takes some exam- ple which hits our personal lives before we can see a need for ac- tion. Maybe it would be a gigan- tic fire begun by man's careless- ness which would eventually re- sult in loss of lives or income or both. Let's make sure this doesn't happen by adding your name to the roster of citizens who are ded- icating a part of their time to maintain a celebration which will sustain our furOrs--the lifeblood of this community. If you can't go to a spa and "take the waters" this summer, you can have your own private mineral bath at home by soak- ing regularly in warm salt water. You'll find it very relaxing to tir- ed muscles and hot aching feet. ATHLETE'S FOOT llOW TO TREAT IT-- Apply instant-drying T-4-L. You feel H take hold to check itching, burning, in minutes. Then in 3 to 5 days, watch infected skin slough off. VCatch healthy skin replace it. If not pleased IN ONE HOUR, your 48c back at any drug Store. NOW at McConkey Drug Cen- tel'. i "i ' 0 LUMBER 0 HARDWARE 0 PAINTS 1 mile off highway on Cole Road Cole Road Builder's Supply Cole Road Ph. 426-8224 I Thursday, Honored On 50th The family of Mr. and Mrs. John Byrd will hon on their 50th wedding anniversary this sundaY. reception will be held from 1:30 until 4 p.m. a The former Stella Limbaugh and John William August 18, 1913 in Kennett, Missouri. Their five Juanita Jarvis, The Dalles, Oregon; John Byr Evadean Lord. Shelton; Bill Byrd, Shelton ton. The Byrds also have 13 grandchildren and child. Rilner Loses Oul In Restanrants TV Program Meril Appearance Two more Gary Ritner, who reigned as top merit awards money winner for two weeks on Thurston the television quiz show "The Price excellence in Is Right" lost out Friday night, cleanliness He was stopped without a win. tires. His total winnings for two visits on the program included $18,886 in merchandise. Ritner is the son or Vfr. and :Mrs. Roy Ritner. Shelton. Park Road Gleanup Project Is Slated The National Park Service has approved $8,000 for roadside clean- up at Staircase in the Olympic Na- tional Park. The work will include .falling dangerov.s trees and snags and clearing out brush on the Stair- ease Road from 3V2 miles from the Ranger Station to the end of the road and .8 mile of the Stair- case campground road BUILDING PERMITS Building permits approved by the Mason County Commission Monday included to F. L. Satter- lee. w(:,d residence. $3,000; Paul Holladay, wood residence. $5.000: LeRoy B. Nereim. wood residence. $2,000; Dr. John Watson, wood summer home, $5.800: Lloyd O. Smith. re-roofing, $200: Howara Pe:.k. tbree wood residences, $16.- 557:$16,781 and $17,572; William R. Dennis. wood duplex, $11.000; Roy E. Stafford, wood cabin, $600; Rodger Himmelman. wood resi- dence. $6.000 and Claude Daniel- son, patio. $150. Mild nmstard acids a certain zest to scalloped potatoes. Use it, too, with potatoes au gratin. They are latch and Lake "which have been for the merit Previously the earned and H Cottage Caf airport, Union I now knoW that cnd wars. - -----G Pharmacy F'rom Nell Here at us. Works open Saturday s Neirs th & Railroad hNNOUNCIN6 Our Spec|M Seml-a..uai $ }105111:/ ot Fa#o Fi.e Imported a.d Domestic .: Weauet for Frill and Winter DP 0 Custom Suits and I # Saturday, August 17 Men . . . select your fall clothes now display of large lengths of more than 350 and domestic woolens for better" grade suits, topcoats, and sportS. wear. Available custom tailored to your own measurerneots in the style you select. These distinctive fabrics are ideal for better-grade business or leisure wear, and invited to come in and look them over MEN00 Vern Miller, Owner 409 Railroad Ave. Gene