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19, 1963 SHELTONMASON COUNTY JOURNAL--Published in "Christmastown, U.S.A.", Shelton, Washington PAGE 3 Your OPERATE of the ShelLo Seattle-First Na- drove to Seattle on to watch in op- mag]letic compu- clear all Sea-First next Monday. numbering on all commercial checks clearing by auto- and this in Seattle rather beginning next High Low Precip. 79 55 .......... 75 59 .02 71 57 .64 70 54 .12 60 55 .15 68 48 .11 44 FIRST MEETING IS SCHEDULED BY THE MT. VIEW PTA The Mountain View PTA will hold its first meeting of the year next Monday. Parents and teach- ers will gather in the multipur- pose room at 8 p.m. for a short meeting. The invocation will be given by Rev. Gerald Herman. Den 7 will present the colors. An open house will be conducted where the teachers will present to the par- ents an overview of the coming year&apos;s work. Mothers of the third grade rooms will serve refresh- ments. Officers for the new year are as follows : President, Mrs. Clyde RuddelI: It vice pres. and program chairman. Mrs, Dick Fuller: 2nd vice pres. and hospitality chair- man, Mrs. Mervin Lund secre- tary, Mrs. Roger A. Tuson: trea- surer, Mrs. James Connolly. Board members are: Safety, Mrs. Harold rilson; parliamen- tarian. Joseph Borek: correspond- ing sec., Mrs. Aloha Krumpols; library and audio visual. Mrs. Lila Scheel: citizenship, Mrs. D. R. Densley; project, Mrs. Douglas Dayton; ways and means. Mrs. Ernest Malloy; membership, Mrs Robert Turner: scrap book. Mrs, Eugene Evers: magazine. Mrs. E. Farcy; lunchroom duty, Mrs. Du- an Rodgers; character and spir- itual. Mrs. Alfred Sandoval: tele- phone. Mrs. Bert Demers; publi- city, Mrs. Clyde Knight: school board rep., Dr. Berwyn Thomas: legislature, Mr. and Mrs, A1 Shep- pard. nky00 THE HEARTENING REOEPTiON JND THE FLOOD OF FLOWERS you greeted the opening of our new place to eat last weekend. welcome is most encouraging and us always striving for improve- that we may continue to earn your ,port. HiT A and ,ilH BARIEKHAH 325 Railroad Avenue INSTALLATION DATE SET NAVAJO $9.99 Vickie Molnelly The public is cordially invited to lecturer; Lmda Simpson, orator; attend the formal installation o$ officers of Shelton Assembly No. 19. Order of Rainbow for Girls Lo be held at 8 p.m. this Satur- day at the Masonic Temple. Vickie McInelly, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. L. McInelly, will be installed as Worthy Advisor. Her officers will be Linda Nutt. worthy associate advisor; Pare Boardman. charity; Teddi Travis lfope; Patsy Wolfe, faith; Cindy Xillard. recorder; Reta Carte treas. Holly Hansen. chaplam; Sheryl Stevens. drill leader; Cathy Luhm. love; Drenna McCoy, re- ligion; Reta Grimes. nature. Je&n Davis. immortality; Julie Nutt. fidelity; Cindy Remsberg, patriotism; Kay 13oiling, service; Betsy "Villard. confidential observ- er: Cheryl Schnitzer. outer ob- server: Candy Nutt. choir director Carolyn Batstone. musician; Billee Johnson. historian; Gaff Taylor, Karen Paar, Bible bearer. Taralea Paar. American fla bearer: Diane White, standard flag bearer; Karlene Rutledge. Rainbow flag bearer; Vicky Howe, east page; Sheryl Johnson, west page; Kathy Dale. keeper of jewels; Linda L. Stevens, keeper of para- phernalia: Sandra Anderson, keep- er of register; Lindley Whaley, reporter. Choir members include Ginna Correa, Christi Besch. Linda De- mann. Jan;re Blake. Arlene Trail, Leslie Weston, Cindi Ford, Laura Rickey and ),folly Murdey. DeMolay escorts assisting in the installation will include George Kimbel. Brad Joslin and Leo Hurst, A reception and dance will fol- low the installation. Marriage Licenses Applying for marriage licenses in the Mason county auditor's off- ice this past week were: Gordon R Steehler. 29. Shelton, and Donna Jean Deach, 19, Shel- tOll. Jerry Mathews. 19. Ela, and Patrieia Chase. 17. Shelton. Ervin Wcstill 37, Shclton, and Myrtle Kelly, 28. Shelton. Jerry Adkins. 24, Tacoma and Cheryl Waring, 19, Tacoma. SUNDAY GUESTS Mr. and Mrs. James Rue and small son. Scott. and Mrs. Stella Carpenter of Seattle were guests Sunday of Mrs. V. S. Rempel. DANCE Sat., Sept. 21 9:30 P.M. - 2:00 A.M. Matlock Grange Music By RAMBLIN FOUR @ ARROWH / $12.99 E4b \\;\ \\;, A Subsidiary of P. N, Hirsch & Co, SHOE DEPT. Operated and Managed b: CHRIsTENSEN'S For Shoes, BremerLon Social Even ts Society Editor Marj Waters Phone 426-4412 Local Music Club Slates First Meet The Shelton Music Club will meet Tuesday at 8 p.m. at the home of Mrs. R. M, Horton. Mem- bers and anyone interested in join- in the club or desiring information or transportation may phone Mrs. Ann Rogers, 426-3076. Mrs. James Barrom was hostess for the first board meeting Sept. 11 Mrs. Ralph Hoffman. vice president, presided at the meeting. New committee chairmen were called on to talk about their var- ious duties and new ideas for the year. The September meeting's topic, "Music Education an American Specialty", will be presented by Mrs, Mildred Kreger. The Shelton Music Club is at- filiated with the State and Na- tional Federation of Music Clubs. SALVATION ARMY TRUCK The Salvation Army truck will be in to'e next Tuesday. For pick- ups call 426-6564 or leave articles at 325 :No. Fifth street. EVERGREEN PTA Evergreen PTA will meet at 8 p.m. next Thursday in the school auditorium. A short business meet- ing will be followed by open house in the classrooms. Mickey Keenan Enrolls U ,Greighlon University --Mlcl<ey Keenan. 1960 Shel- ton high graduate, enrolled at Creighton University in Omaha, Nebr., this week as a student in the school of dentistry. He had taken pre-dental studies at the University of Washington the past three years. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kee- nail. YARR BABY BORN IN GERMANY Captain and Mrs. Daniel J. Yarr became the proud parents oz a baby boy, Daniel Joseph, born Augast 1 ih Germany. Grandpar- ents are Mr. and Mrs. Harold Fer- guson, La Jolla. Calif., and Mrs. Dan Yarr. Shelton. Mrs, Yarr's mother visited them for two months this summer and Capt. Yarr's sister. Mrs. Marie Se- well. spent a week with them on her way home to Turkey after a trip around the world. fARRIVALS Rotary Club lnnohon noon, '1" Shelton General Hospital Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Hansen. 633 West H, a boy, September 11. Mr. and Mrs. J. Keith Bennett RL. 3 Box 232, a girl, September 13. Clinic Hospital Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Guerin. 315 Chambers, Olympia. a boy, Sep- tember 17. Today, Thurs., Sept. 19 Navy Mothers Club. 8 p.m., Memorial hall. Welcome Chapter Past Matrons, 12:30 p.m., Masonic temple. Ming Ti'ee Care. Port eolnnlission's meeting, p.m., courthouse. For e s t Festival Association membership meeting, election ot officers, 8:00 p.m., PUD 3 con- ference room. Friday, Sept. 20 VFW Auxiliary Gold Star Par- ents dinner. 6:30 p.m., Memorial hall. Saturday, Sept. 21 Drivers license examiner. ]O a.ln. - 5 p.m., police station. Shelton Golf Club Dinner Dance. 7 p.m.. Golf Clubhouse. Rainbow Public installation, 8 p.m., Masonic temple. Sunday, Sept. 22 Shelton churches invite you to attend the church of your choice. Mixed 2-ball foursome, 3:30 p.m., Shelton golf club. Monday, Sept. 23 Royal Neighbors, 7:30 p.m., Memorial hall. County commission's meeting, 10 a.m.. courthouse. Mr. View PTA, 8 p.m., aL tile school Tuesday, Sept. 24 TO ATTEND EWSC Kiwanis Club luncheon, noon, William L. Smith, Shelton. has Memorial halt. been admitted to Eastern Wash- ington State College fall quarter. Smith is a graduate of Irene S. Reed high school and wilt major in Education at EWSC. CAROL COFFMAN-- JAMES OAKES EXCHANGE WEDDING VOWS MISS CAROL COFFMAN, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Coff- man, became the bride of Mr. James Richmond Oakes, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Oakes, last Saturday at the Methodist church. The newlyweds will live in Seattle and continue their education at Sutherland, the guest book: and Miss Mary Maloney, cousin of the bride from Portland, took charge of the gifts. For her wedding trip the bride wore a blue wool suit which she designed and made herself. It was accented with a collar made for her from chinchillas raised and given as a wedding gift by the bridegroom's grandmother and late grandfather, Mr. and Mrs. Er- nest K. Oakes. The young couple will make its first home in the University dist- rict. Seattle. while both continue their education at, the University of Washington. the University of Washington. Last Saturday evening Miss Car- ol Lynn Coffman became the bride of Mr, James Richmond Oakes at an 8 p.m. service held in the First Methodist church, The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Coffinan and the bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. John Oakes. Officiating at the ceremony was the key. "lIorace H. Mounts. Music was rural;shed by Mrs. Max W. Fo, lsom at the organ and Dr. Don- ald L. Casebier who sang "With This Ring I Thee "Wed", and "The Lord's Prayer ', The bride, who was given in marriage by her father, wore a full length gom of white bridal taffeta with a chapel train. The front was trimmed with a panel of seed pearl embroidelT. She wore her sister's bouffant finger-tip veil caught Lo a crown of seed pearls vnd carried a cascade of stephan- otis and red, rosebuds with a cen- ter corsage of gardenias, step5an- otis and red rosebuds. Mrs. Rolla Halbert attended the bride before the ceremony. Mrs. "Wendell Williams. Corval- lis. Ore., matron of honor, wore a dress of American Beauty red bro- cade with a matching headpiece and carried a crescent bouquet of shell pink gladiola florets and white satin. Similarly gowned were Mrs. Mick Simmons. Potlatch. and Miss Susie Newlcan, Vancouver, bridesmaids. Cheryl Ann Oakes, sister of the bridegroom, whs fh)w- er girl. She wore a white dotted swiss dregs with an American Beauty i-ed sash with a matching headpiece and carried a basket wiN1 a cascade m-rangement of flowtrs. {r. Gary Oakes, brother of the .;]'()Olll \\;van tCS lnall The Messrs. Dcrril Mc%:ay and Marshall Mc- Guire ushered. Dwight McKay was the ring bearer. The briflc's mother chose a dress of ivory colored crepe with tur- quoise :rod blue accessories" and a corsage of white carnations witll pink rosebuds. The mother of the bridegroom wore a cocoa and beige lace dress with he;re accessories and a corsage of Jlink carnations an(l pink posebuds: The wedding reception was held at the Colonial House following the ceremony. Aunts of tile bride, Mrs. Hugh Charles Fortncr and Mrs. SLan Stenger, both of Seattle, poured; Mrs. Clarence Anderson and Mrs, Charles Fuller, aunts of the groom, cut the cake: Mrs. James K. Anderson was in charge of the pmmh bowl'; ss Kathy City conunission's meeting, 2 p.m., city hall. Salvation Army truck in town, phone 426-6564 or leave articles at 325 No. 5th street. Goodwill truck phone 426-4847 for pickups. Moose Lodge, 8 p.m., airport hall. Shelton Music Club. 8 p.m., home of Mrs. R. M, Horton. Wednesday, Sept. 25 Beta Zeta Chapter. ESA. 8 p.m., at the home of Mrs. Dick Hol- land. Drivers license examiner. 10 a.m_- 5 p.m., police station. Thursday, Sept. 26 Golden Age Club, 10 a.m,, Memorial hall; 6 p,m. potluck sup- per. Rotary Club luncheon, noon. Ming Tree Care. Evergreen PTA. 8 p.m., scl]ool auditorium. Exceptional Foresters annual membership meeting, 8:00 p.m., Exceptional Foresters headquart- ers at Shelton airport. See Our New OK LINE A quality tire at a price you can afford. RAUSCHER'S WEEK rl H -- END SPECIALS Q 0 BAN DEODORAHT ,,,r 69 TOH! PERil '1132 reg. $2.00 ...................... l CREST TOOTHPASTE .... 49 ALKA SELTZEB 39* m 54 ............................ V-O HAIR SPRAY .................... 89* $19 CANHON HOSIERY FLASHLIGHT ,,o.,, 89 resistance .... reg. $1.50 BRAZIER ,29 s reg. $4,95 ........................................ McConkey Evergreeh Square Drug Center SHOPPER SPECIAL 7 pcs. 426-3456 KING SIZE BED Complete ' 72"x 84" mattress, two box springs deluxe six caster frame, fitted bottom sheet, top sheet & Chatham quality blanket. Only '199 ................ , ....  ..........  _L ....... $ I0,00 down and $10,00 per too, { 328 Cota Street Olsen Furniture Co. Phone 426-4702