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12, 1963 SHELTONMASON COUNTY JOURNAL--Published ill "Christnustown, U.Z.A.", Shelton, Washington PAGE 3 'iOM.. "" .,..,.... .... !:.:: ..., !& ': . .... I uehael Longan, son of Mr, and Mrs, Martin Longan, ,C "ned as his bride Miss Susan Grunert, daughter of Mr. n Jaf.enee Grunert, all of Shelton. After a wedding trip to l. r, and Mrs. Michael Longan are at home in the =:1 ct of Shelton. A reception will honor the couple .,e Agate Grange Hall. Mrs. Almaden To Host Shelton Woman's Club Mrs. A. Almaden will entertain the She]Yon Woman's Club in her home at 824 Franklin on Tuesday, Sept. 17. Meeting time is at 1:30 p.m. four family make fine decorations for your extremely reasonable at Dean's . . . only ean's annual profile event today, tomorrow and all day all three days. No primping necessary, SCrub faces, or even shave, and clothes make no =-Vet. Just come as you are with no muss or It's A Date Today, Thursday, Sept. 12 GoldeI Age Club, noon, Memo- rial Hall. Ruby Rebekah Lodge degree practice. 7:30 p.m.. Odd Fellows Hall. Shel-Toa Orthopedic Guild. 8 p. m.. at the home of Mrs. lose Nye. Rotary Club hmcheon, noon. Ming Tree Cafe. Installation of officers of Shel- ton-Mason County Chamber ot Commerce. Colonial House. dinner 7:00 p.m., program 8:00 p.m. Friday, Sept. 13 Ruby Rebekah Lodge, 8 p.m., Odd Fellows Hall. St. David's Episcopal Churcl rummage sale. 10 a.m., Parish Ha ll. Saturday, Sept. 14 F.O.E Card Party, 8 p.m.. Air- port Hall. Drivers license examiner. 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.. police station. Sunday, Sept. 15 Shelton churches invite you to attend the church of your choice. Monday, Sept. 16 Shelton Garden Club. 1:30 p.m., at the home of Mrs. Harry Dee- gan. Play School registration, 8 p.m., Evergreen School. Shelton Faculty Wives. 8 p.m., at the home of Mrs. Gary Nicloy. County Commission's meeting, 10 a.m.. courthouse. Tuesday, Sept. 17 Mason County Fair Board. 8 p.m. Commissioner's Office. Mason County Forest Festival Committee. 8 p.m., PUD confer- ence room. Shelton Woman's Club. 1:30 p.m., at the home of Mrs. A. Al- maden. Fred B. Wivell Post 31. Ameri- can Leg!on post and auxiliary, Memorial Hall. potluck dinner 6:30 p.m., meetings 8:00 p.m. Kiwanis Club luncheon, noon. Memorial Hall. Wednesday, Sept. 18 Hillcrest Homemakers. 11 a.m., home of Mrs. Louis Thomure. Business and Professional Wom- en's Club. 7:30 p.m., home ot Mary Dobson Drivers license examiner. 10 a.m. - 5 p.m., police station. Thursday, Sept. 19 Hood Canal Womau's Club, noon, Potlatch Clubhouse. Navy Mothers Club. 8 p.m., Me- morial Hall. Port commissmn's meeting, 8 p.m., courthouse. Past Matrons of Welcome Chap- ter. 12:30 p.m.. Masonic Temple. Rotary Club luncheon, noon. Ming Tree Cafe. Navy Mothers To Serve Kiwanians Navy Mothers of Shelton will serve Tuesday's Kiwanis luncheon in the Memorial bldilding at noon. The regular business meeting m tim NaVy Mothers Club is sched- uled to "be held on Thursday, September 19. Use Journal Want Ads SCHOOLS HOMES eAYROLL$ GOVERNMENT l ESPECIALLY CAREFUL that children mean to be careless. st that in their zest and vitality they forget to slept look nd listen be- the street. It isn't that we mean careless either, yet the very car we naY be considered a lethal weapon and of our negligence could be It is our moral obhgatmn to be extra :hese days when school children crowd dks. check yourself on these safe driving tips: 1 e. especially careful near schools . . think one step ahead, of every pedes- trian. Rnow all traffic rules . . .observe them as life or death regulations. 3'Regard all traffic signals, signs and -markers as lifesavers . . . they are. q""aVe YOur car safety checked often. aulty equipment can cost lives. TIMBER GOMPANY nded In Shelton In 1895 IPJr and Western l=len)lock Acoustical. Insulating and Products, Plywood and WCTU Convention Held In Shelton The :mmml County Convention of the Womn's Christian Temp- erance Union was held Friday in the Shelton Methodist Church, be- ginning a 11 o'clock with Mrs. Nena Roberts giving the devotions. Election of officers for the com- ing year resulted in Miss Marian Johnson. president: Mrs. Nena Ro- berts, vice president; Mrs. Gert- rude Saeger. corresponding secre- tary; Mrs. Manilla Galloway, re- cording secretary; and Mrs, W. H. Snellgrove as treasurer. The ex- ecutive board ;ill meet next week and appoing directors. A no-host luncheon was served from attractive tables decorated by Mrs. Caroline Lentz. Mr. Charles Budde of Seattle, key. Horace Mounts and :Mr. and Mrs. Clive Troy were amongst the guests attending the program. The Union wished to thank Mr. and Mrs. Troy for their assistance with the booth at the Mason Coun- ty Fair. Principle speaker of the after- noon seamen was l{rs. Charles Budde. who has just returned from the National Convention held in Columbus. Ohio. She explained the plans of work for the coming year. key. Horace Mounts led the afternoon devotions, Elinor Eastern Star Slates Rummage Sale A rummage sale. sponsored by the Elinor Chapter Order of East- ern Star, will be held Friday anct Saturday at the PIJD building. The sale will be from 9:3O to 5:30 p.m. EPISCOPAL RUMMAGE SALE Women of St. David's Episcopal Church are having a mnnmage sale in the Parish Hall on Friday, beginning at 10 a.m. The sale will be open to the public. Preparing For December Bazaar Preparations are now under way for a Bazaar to be held by the VFW Auxiliary on Dec. 6 m the PUD auditoqum. For fur- ther information, contact Ways nd Means chairman, Vi Brum- baugh. Mrs. Brumbaugh reported the recent rummage sale successful. At the last meeting oi the aux- iliary, delegates Jessie Cox and Sue Weaver gave interesting re-. ports of the National Convention held in Seattle. Alice Haines, Gold Star Moth- ers chairman, reports the dinner to be held honoring Gold Star Parents on Friday, Sept. 20. It will be a 6:30 p.m. affair in the Memorial Hall. A program has been planned. Betty Godwin and Viola Laugen are chairmen of food. Further information can be given by contacting these mem- bers as o menu. On ]Vriday, Sept. 13, Bernice Jansson reports auxiliary will hold a party at Western State hospital for patients. Shel-Toa Orthopedic To Hold Meeting Tonight Tonight at 8 p.m. Shel-Toa Or- thopedic Guild will meet in the home of Mrs. Rose Nye with co- hostess, Mrs: George Hunter. This will be the first fall meeting of the season and all members are urged to attend. RETURNS TO SITKA, ALASKA Mrs. Lawrence Downie returned to Sitka fter a five week's visit at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford. While here she also spent time visiting other rel- atives and friends. Mrs. Downie returned home by Pan American jet, CLIFFORD LINTONS HONORED 0N SILVER ANNIVERSARY SILVER ANNIVERSARYMr. and Mrs. Clifford Linton celebra- ted their 25th wedding anniversary, Saturday. The Lintons were married in the Bride's home at Shelton and have resided here since that time. Friends and relatives gathered at the home of the Clifford Lin- tons, Saturday evening in honor of the couple's 25th wedding an- niversary. Tlze reception table was beauti- fully decorated with a wedding cake and flowers carried out with a silver, !'ink and white motif. Cliff and Irene Linton were mar- ried at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. D. McGee, Satur- day afternoon, Sept. 3. 1938. Rev. J, O, Bovee read the service, and attendants of the couple were the bride's sister, :Mrs "W. H. Lord and the groom's brc Leo Quinn. At the Saturday evening recep- tion, Mrs. Lintoa was attired in her original, blue velvet afternoon wedding dress, With the exception of the four years in Bremerton during the war. the Lintons have lived in Shelton these 25 years. Their three children are Mrs. 'Pat Getty of Juneau, Alaska; Mrs. Gene Robert- ton, Tacoma and Eugene at home. BUD P AULEY DODGE USED CARS 1959 PLYMOUTH BELVEDERE $1095 Auto. Trans. V-8 Power Steering - Sharp 1959 INTERNATIONAL PICKUP .... s1295 Long box, 4-Speed trans., 6-ply tires 1957 BUICK 4-DOGE ................................ $795 1957 PLYMOUTH STA. WGN ............. S79 5 V-8 - Std. Trans. 1956 PLYMOUTH 4-DR ......................... s595 V-8, Standard transmission. Clean. 1955 CtIEV. STA. WGN ........................ s445 2Dr.. 6 Cyl. Std. Trans. 1954 DODGE 4-Dr ................................... =295 V-8 - Automatic Clean Car 1953 PLYMOUTH CLUB COUPE ...... :s245 1953 PLYMOUTH 4-DOOR .................... =245 GET A GOOD DEAL ON A 63 DODGE WHILE WE STILL HAVE A NICE ASSORTMENT OF 63'S I WATCH FOR 1964 DODGES New Models here Sept. 20 PAULEY HOTORS Front St. & Railroad Ave. Phone 426o8183 LINDA HENSEL-DALE HALL EXCHANGE WEDDING VOWS BRIDE AND GROOMMiss Linda Hensel, daughter of Pauline Hensel, became the bride of Mr. Dale Hall, son of and Mrs. Bill Hall on Saturday, at 311 Arcadia Street, Shelton. 0 Miss Linda Hensel became the bride of Dale Hall at an evening ceremony Saturday, Aug. 31 in Shelton's Methodist ChLwch. Rev. Horace Mounts performed the double-ring ceremony for the daughter of Mrs. Pauline Hensel and fh-e son of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hall, all of Shelton. Lavender and white gladioli bou- quets decorated the church. The bride wore a ballerina-length gown with lace top and long pointed sleeves. Her full skirt was of ny- lon organza. The finger tip veil was attached to a pearl crown, She carried a bouquet of laven- der and white carnations with or- chid centerpiece. Honor attendant. Mrs. Ginny Griggs, wore a gown of blue lace and satin, with long sleeves and ballarina length skirt. She car- ried a floral bouquet of blue glad- ioli atgd white carnations. Bridesmaid in a pink lace and satin gown was. Miss Diane Hughes. Her dress was similar to the Matron of Honor's. and her flowers were pink gladioli with white carnations. The bride's mother chose a beige brocade sheath with white hat and corsage of chrysanthemums. Mrs. Hall wore a beige knit drear with blue hat and orchid corsage. For her wedding trip to Port Angeles the bride changed to a three-piece blue knit suit, with black paten accessories. Mike Hall. brother of the bride- groom, was best man and Sam Valley seated the guests. Mr. John Steinberg sang "The Lord's Pray- er", accompanied by Mrs. Stein- berg. Following the ceremony, a re- ception was held at Dayton Hall. White bells and streamers decor- ated the room. Large bouquets of pink gladioli and chrysanthemums provided the floral decor. Cutting tie cake was Mrs. Dixie Smith. Miss Dian Durand poured. i rs, Mr. August 31. The couple are living In charge of the guest book was Mrs, Gall Brewer and receiving the gifts were Sue Ann and Vickie Hall. The newlyweds are now at home on Hillcrest. Mrs. Iall is attend- ing Irene S..Reed high school, completing her senior year. Mr. Halt, graduate of Irene S. Reed, is employed with the Buck :Moun- tain Logging Company. Ben Forbes Caller For Square Dance Ben Forbes of Port Orchard will be calling the dances for the Salty Sashayer Square Dance Club when they have their dance this Satur- day evening at Memorial Hall. Dancing will begin at 8:30. and will be followed by a potluck sup- per at 11:30. Bennie Berndson of Olympia will continue with the square dance lessons at Bordeaux School each Tuesday evening at 8:00. He ,,,,rill be teaching the basic movements of square dancing, to be followed at a later date by basic round dan- cing. Anyone interested in obtaining more information can contact Clarence Grunert. Pharmacy Phacts From Nell Evander Fron time to time we're asked. "What's really behind a trade named drug?". The mswer is really rather fas- cinating and def- initelv w o r t t talkig about. First of all there is the great care taken which is commonly call- ed "quality con- trol". As an ex- ample the quality control on a sin- of one tranquilizer finds thirty-eight (38!) different peo- ples' expert work, It goes through 114 departments, 134 tests. 114 op- erations and 24 days of work us- ing 31 different raw" materials be- fore it can be ready for distribu- tion in our prescription depart- ment. It is this kind of caxe.- knowledge and skill which is no important when your doctor's pre- scription calls for a "trade named drug". Open Daily 9:30 to 7:30 Saturdays -- 9:30 - 6:00 Neirs Pharmacy 4th & ,R all road 426-3327 I You Are Invited To Have Coffee With Us on our first day of business belwoen 9:00 a.m, and 5:00 p.m. Nits and Jim Bariekman, in Shelton's Newest Care NITA'S At 325 Railroad Avenue I I , i tl/ i i i McConkey Drug Center . presents {5. :.. : Surround yoursel( with the etra dimension oi beauty ... an invisible aura oi fragrance to lift )'oar pir, its, captivate your public! Choose from right exquisite cents, now at,:his very =pecial price: London Mint, Night Scented Stock, 37 Audley, Green Moss, Queen's Ransom. Lilac, Royal Purple, White Phlox. *plus 10% tederal to CANNON HOSIERY SPECIAL Guaranteed 1st Quality 100% Nylon 15 denier 99 per pair value, 3 $198 All Sizes All Shades McConkey Drug Center Evergreen Square t