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PAGE 12 SHELTONJMASON COUNTY JOURNAL Published in r¢Christmastow,rl, U.S.A.", Shelton, Washington Thursday, Stork Shower Fetes Mrs. Joyce Dishon A storlc shower honoring Mrs. Joyce Dishon was held Sept. 9 at the home of he]" mother. Mrs. Gone Moore with Mrs_ Dishnn's aunt. Mrs. Doyle Barnett. eo-hostessing. Attending were the Mesdames Lee Backer. Harvey Backer. Ad- olph Trousil, Leona, rd Anderson, M. Barnett, V. Sienko, LarDy Dishon. Bud Dishon. Clarence Thurnou. C. Visminas. Myrtle Becket. Win. Gott, Heinie Hilderman. Lyle Ev- erist. Edith Moore and the Misses Betty De Lorme. Gladys Shanks. Coralie Anderso and Lorraine Demler. Unable to attend but send- ing  gift was 3/Irs. GoD. Kazinsky. Prizes were won by Lorraine Demter and Nina Dishon. Pharmacy Phacts From Nell Evander I've talked before about the danger of leaving old prescriptions in your medicine cabinet There's the ever- present danger that a young child will get into them. and there's also the very real danger that some adult will consider u sing them for a put'- pose other than i::;!i that for which they were originally prescribed. You see drugs rarely remain constant in strength. Drugs that stay on our shelves are constant- ly inventoried. They can get/tired' just sitting there on the shelf, and, when this happens, we replace them with new full-strength drugs. We take pride in being ready to serve you with the finest in drugs for your doctor's prescription. Open Daily 9:30 to 7:30 Saturdays -- 9:30 - 6:00 Nell's Pharmacy 4th & Poailroad AAUW Delegates Give Reports At the b(mrd meeting of the Olympia branch of American As- sociation of University Women held Tuesday evening, Sept. 10. delegates reported on actions tak- en by the state division's board in its summer conference last month. The meeting was hem in the home of Mls. Truman Price. Olympia. Mrs. Walter Olsen was co-hostess. Washi'agton State University President Clement C. French. pres- ident of an assaciation composed of the state's five public colleges and universities, has agreed to meet with AAUW representatives to discuss AAU\\;¥'s recommenda- tions for Fost-high school educa-, lion. Dr. Marion Irish Cox. vice- president of the North Pacific re- gion of AAUW. declared that Washington has been regarded as one of the bait-dozen strong state divisions i:] AAUW. Two fall workshops are plmmed tentatively for Oct. 25 in Spokane and Nov. 9 in Seattle. Miss Jocelyn Dol]m wall edit two state bulletins this year; lhc first one to be pub- lished this month The annual state conventioP, will take place in Hy- art House in April 1964, to be ad- dressed oy Dr. Pauline Tempkins, general director of the Associa- tion. Women college graduates who are interested in membership in the AAUW. Olympia Branch which includes Shelton. please contact Mrs. Donald Holden, membership chairman, at Rt. 3, Box 441-AA, Olympia, or telephone 352-8710. FAMILY GATIIERING AT RADTKE tlOME The home of Mrs. Otto Radtke was the scene of a family gaTrier- ing last Tuesday. Among those at- tending were Mrs. L. M. Townsend, Dff Pont; Miss Josephine Laramie, Santa Monica, Calif.: Mrs. James Black Contrails; Mrs. Floyd Town- send, Olympia; and Mrs. Jack Cole and Mrs. Mintie Ahern, both of 426-3327 Shelton. ST. MARTIN'S GOLLEGE Evening Classes, Fall Semester, 1963 September 23 to January 30 For Men And Women Of All Faiths CALENDAR Registration: September 19-20 ........................................................ 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 12:30 p.m. to 4:30 September 23 ............................................................... 6:30 p.m. to 7:30 FEES Tuition .................................................... ..'.:." ....... $20.00 per sam. hr. Entrance Fee ..................................................... $ 5•00** Auditor's Fee ....................................................... $10.00 per sam. hr. Change of Registration ................................... $ 1.00 per each class Classes Begin: September 23 SCHEDULE OF CLASSES Education 74b - Methods and Materials of Teaching - Secondary Social Science - 2 Hrs. - Wednesday - 7:00-9:00 p.m. Room 304 History 59 - Pacific Northwest History - 2 Hrs. Tuesday - 7:00- 9:00 p.m. - Room 201C Music 19':'  Music in the Elementary School - 2 Hrs. TBA any afternoon - 3:30-5:30 p.m. Spanish 51 - Survey of Spanish Literature - 3 Hrs. - Monday - 7:00-9:00 p.m. - Room 201C * Will not be offered unless at least 10 persons enroll. **Assessed only once for new students. For further information: Contact Registrar's Office, St. Martin's College, Olympia, Wash. Phone 352-7571 High School Spotlight MOLLY MURDEY is a senior honor student at Irene S. Reed high school. After graduation she plans to enter the University of Washington and major in Journalism or Sociology. Summer vacation months of Miss Molly Murdey were days filled with new and numerous ex- periences. As school was out in June, Mol- ly found herself working at the Journal answering the phone as Society Editor, taking' pictures, writing feature stories, and on the whole, broadening her scope in the field of Journalism. About the middle of August, Molly flew Lo Alaska where she visited relatives. Before returning home, she decided to spend an af- ternoon taking in some of the Alaskan scenery. On this particu- lar day the tide was out as Molly walked along the shore. Intrigued with a distant island in view. the adventure spirited gal walked out to it. Shortly afterward she found herself surrounded with water. Luckily for Molly, some people on the slore spotted her and sent an emergency boat to her rescue. "I wish they had just let me swim back to the mainland. I felt so ridiculous!" Molly exclaimed Now with school in progress she is back at the books again with classes in Journalism. civics shorthand, honors English and stu- dent teacher in the first year Lat- in class. She is also working as assistant in Miss Baldwin's office. During her junior year. Molly was initiated in Honor Society. This year she is chairman of the club's installation ceremonies. She is copy editor on the school an- nual, past president of Latin club, a projectionist, on the Highclimb- er staff, and a member of Quill SPEGIAL This week Only 30-06 Hunting Ammo 180 gr. S.P. $2.75 per box Choose from area's largest selection of custom ammunition Prepp's Reloading Service Phone:426-4114 and Scroll. Tennis and Pep Club. She was in the sophomore play and student director of the junior play. Outside the school activities she is a melnber of the Methodist Youth Fellowship and Rainbows. Molly resides at 1700 James St. and is the daughter of Mrs. Watt Elliott. She was born in Ab- erdeen, December 14, 1945 and has lived in Shelton since her fifth grade. Outdoor sports are a fav- orite with Molly, as she likes to snow ski and is taking skiing les- sons, plays tennis, swims, paints and reads. , Miss Murdey is making plans to attend the University of Washing- ton where she will.major.in Jour- nalism or Sociology. She would like to become a community €tevelop- ment worker in the Peace Corp. Nurses Urged To Register For CD The Washington State Nurses Association. District 22 of Shel- ton met Sept. 10 at the home of Mrs. Thelma Adams. The mem- bership campaign for 1964 was the main busiress discussed. Other topics of discussion included fu- ture head nurse and general duty workshops. WSNA urges MI registered nur- ses living in /ffasor Count tt] heek* With the local distmcz so 'a list of names, addresses and phone numbers can be made for the lo- cal civil defense program. Full Day Scheduled For Golden Age Glub Next Thursday will be a busy day for the Golden Age Club. Members will meet at 10 a.m. at the Memorial hall to tie quilts. A food and flower sale will be held. At 6 p.m. a potluck dinner will climax the day. Members helping in the morning are to bring a sack lunch; About 48 attended the last meet- ing. Mrs. K. S. Snyder became a new member. UNIVERSITY IVOMEN Material regarding the Ameri- can Association of University Wo- men will be submitted for the year by Mrs. Willard Rublin, 1218 East Fairmont. Her home phone number is 426-3240; office, 426-3363. IT'S DODGE'S 50th ANNIVERSARY, Oh boy, it's D-day...the '64 Dependables are on display SEE '64 DODGE, the low-price ear that doesn't look or feel like one. Handsome exterior, roomy interior, and a husky performance. Yet priced with Ford and Chevy. The low-price field will never be the same, now that the '64 Dodge is here. And as with every '64 car built by Dodge, you get the extra bonus of a 5-year/50,000-mile warranty.* I I I I I II I I I TRY '64 COMPACT DODGE DART, the compact in the large economy size. Family-sized, family-priced. Few compacts cost less than Dart. Not one gwes so much for the money. II I *THE DEPENDABLES' 5-YEAfl/S0,OOO-MILE WARflANTY::,-CyaI ¢oratton rrNt=, for 5 yeats or 50.000 miles, whichever comes 'rst, aBalnst defects in materials and workman. p lad will reglaco or repair at a Chrysler Motors. Corporatmn Authorized Dealer's piece of buaineea, the engine block head and internal parts intake mamfold water ,puml .traosmissmn ¢alMI and. iflterlp patto (oxclullin[ manual dutch) torque converter drzve shaft unlvo¢ll jmlts, rear as e and differenbal, and rea •heel bearings of its 1964 automobiles provided the owner has the an9 ne o changed leer, 3 mon Or 4,000 miles, whichever comes first, the oil filter ,aplaced every second oil chan|a amd Um carburetor MI" tor cJeaned every 6 months and replaced every 2 years, and every 6 mOnths furntah to such a dulOr widemce DRIVE BIG DODGE 880 FOR '64, the quiet, thoughtful step above the low-price field. Big room. Big ride. Big luxury• Big power. Dodge 880 is big in everything.., but price. Go Dodge "B4 Patrick T. Guild Slates Bottle Drive The first meeting of the year for the Patrick T. Orthopedic Guild was held recently at the home of Mrs. Lar)y Manke. New officers for the year are: Mrs. Larry Manke. pesident; Mrs Kenneth Pearee. vice president; Mrs. Jim Sobotka. secretary; Mrs. Roger Hoff. treasurer, and Mrs. Carl Bernert. reporter. The first project for the year will be a bottle drive to be held October 5. On that day members will pick up bottles from 12 noon until 4 p.m. Anyone wishing to donate can call Mrs. Larry Manke at 426-4603 and let her know where bottles can be picked up. The next meeting will be held October 8 at the home of Mrs. Jerry Byrne. New Program Planned In Girl Scouting Episcopalians Slate Potluck This Evening A 6 p.m. potluck supper tonight will be the first social event of the fall season for the St. David's Episcopal church members and their families. It, will be held in the church. 1 This Sunday the Right Rev. Win. F. Lewis of Seattle will be pres- ent for confirmation A coffee hour will follow the service. SOCIAL EVENTS Gold Star Parents To Be Guests M Dinner Tomorrow VFW Gold Star Parents will be honored with a dinner beginning at 6:30 Friday. The program will be in charge of Alice Haines. Bet- ty Godwin and Viola Langen are food chairmen. Decorations are un- der supervision of Vi Brumbaugh, Merle VanderWal. Arlene Smith and Edna Bearden. Cleanup com- mittee will be Jessie Cox, Marian Johnson, Beverly Kokett Fae Ro- binson. Nancy Card. Colleen Gap- hart and Sue Weaver. Sept. 9 a special meeting was bold at the home of President Jo Sparks. Final preparations were made for raising money for the auxiliary's cancer fund. Donations of 10 cents each will be accepted giving all members and the public a chance to win a lovely hand- knitted sweater. For further de- tails contact Mrs. Sparks or chair- man Colleen Gephart. The sweater was made by cancer co-chairman, Emma Grassl. All members are urged to help with the Kiwanis luncheon to be served by the auxiliary next Tues- day. ROYAL NEIGHBORS TO MEET MONDAY Royal Neighbors of America will meet at 7:30 p.m. Monday aL the Memorial Hall. The meeting will be called to order by Oracle Mrs. Gertie Lombard. Refreshments will be served by Mrs. Stella Booth and Mrs. Ida Butler. The door prize will be brought by Mrs. Gladys Nelson. FOE CARD PARTY WINNERS ANNOUNCED High scorers for the Eagles Auxiliary card party held last Sat- urday night were Haman and Myra Learnard. Second places went to Herman Lorenzen and Elizabeth Butler. Traveling pinochle was won by Herman Lorenzen and Phyllis Moore. The next card party will be,held Sept. 28 at 8 p.m. at the Eagles airport hall. The public is invited. PHOEBE CIRCLE RUMMAGE SALE Women of Mt. Olive Lutheran Church are having a rummage sale next to the library on Railroad Ave.• Thursday and Friday, Sept. 26-27. The sale will be from 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. NEW GIRL SCOUT Handtiooks are now available at the Shel- ton Public Library. The new books include the four age groups in Girl Scouting. Representing the scouting program in the above photo are Mrs. S. W. VanderWegen, leader of troop 306; Leann Cortes, Brownie; Sandi Steensen, Cadet; and Leslie VanderWegen, Junior. The Girl Scout program is now planned fm four age groups m- stead of the former three, with uniforms and new handbooks for each group. Brownie second and third grades: Junior, fourth to sixth grades; Cadette. seventh to ninth grades: and Senior Girl Scouts, J.0th-12th grades. Reorganization of the program has been made in order to meet the needs of today's young girls. The foundation of the program is the Gn'l Scout promise and laws. together with service, troop managemeut, citizenship, interna- tional friendship, health and safe- ty. To keen leaders informed of the changes, a new notebook is now Old Fashioned Dress To Be In Order For Rebekah Lodge At the last regular meeting of the Rebekah Lodge one candidate Mrs. Irene Stine. was initiated into the order. Visitations will be made to Aber- deen Rebekah Lodge this Friday and to Port Orchard next Wednes- day. Noble Grand. Mrs. Ruby Pope, is asking members to wear their old fashioned dress to Aberdeen. Anyone wishing transportation to these lodges may call Mrs. Pope. The next regularly scheduled meeting, Sept. 27. will honor all the present officers and again the members will wear their old fash- ioned costumes in commemoration of the 60th anniversary of the lodge. A potluck supper will prece- de the meeting with the main dish and dessert being furnished. New Bridge Club Will Meet Each Monday Evening Shelton Bridge Club held its first regular evening duplicate ses- sion at 7:30 p.m. Monday in the PUD auditorium. N-S winners were Vern Partlow and Bill Luke. Dick and Jeari Yeager, Connie Travis and Dexter Edge, and Pat Byrne and 3ira Fletseher. E-W winners were Roy and Virginia MeConkey, Jane Bennett and Gordon Craig, Kathryn Van Ars- dale and Elsa Schlausser. and Shir- ley Byrne and AItelle Fletcher, Officers elected were: Gordon Bennett. pres.; Dick Yeager, vice pres.: Kathryn Van Arsdale, see.- treas.; and Martian Stroud, publi- city. Meetings will be held promtly at 7:30 p.m. each Monday aL the PUD auditorium. All enthusiastic bridge players are cordially invited. II I / I cried the hero/ Let us be your hero and refinance your old mortgage. Your payments will be rearranged into small monthly installments, re- ducing both interes and principal. Stop by and talk with our loan officer. LeL us put a happy ending on your home-buylng drama. available to them covering the en- tire program. Anyone wishing fur- ther information may contact Neighborhood chairman, Billie Holm, 426-4518. CALIFORNIA GUESTS Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Lord of Hay- ward. Calif., have been guests in the home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Lord of Little Skoo- kum Bay. IN NURSING HOME Letters and cards from friends of Mrs. Pearl Chase would be greatly appreciated, while she is at the McKenna Nursing Home, McKenna. Wash. Her address is McKenna Nursing Home, 167, Mc- Kenna. Wash. BUSINESS Ambulance • Radio Dispatched • Oxygen Equipped • 24 hr. service Torsak Ambulance 2119 Adams St. 426-8254 Auto Glass • Expert Installation JIM PAULEY, INC. 5th & Railroad Ph. 426-8231 Barber • Appointments • Wednesday & Thurs. 9:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. PHONE 426-2072 BERNIE'S BARBER SHOP Building • New Building • Remodeling • Cabinet Making Shelton Home Building Joe Rank 719 N. 4th 426-4545 Draperies • custom made • free estimates • work guaranteed J. C. PENNEY CO. 305 RR Ave• Ph, 426-8283 Drugs • Helena Rubinstein cos- metics , Prescriptions . Hypo-Allergic cosmetics NELL'S PHARMACY Covey Bldg. Ph. 426-3327 Electrical • House wiring & rewiring • Electric Heating • Trouble Shooting • Licensed & Bonded Contractor JIM EINARSSON gLEe. Star Rte. 2, Box 37, 426-6520 ,.= Electrical • Fairbanks-Morse Pumps • Electric Heating • Westinghouse Appliances 8HELTON ELECTRIC CO. 419 Railroad Ph. 426-6283 4th & Birch 8 to 8 ' / _ .. Printing  ' • Quality Work Paule) Motors o FIFTH AND E)' ' of, r WASHINGTON THI Front & Railroad Ave: LHoAMN§cOoFuFlCEELO-- OUYMTmAMANN INMANNSHELToNREAL --eST ATE,sEE: [ 2,7 cots Florist • Plants for all occasions • Flowers EVERGREEN FLORISTS 426-8479 of All Kinds THE JOURNAL Phone 42-12 VFW Di, Slated This The Fifth both the VFW fliary will be held Raymond will be the first officers. District officers are: Jessie Cox, tor and trustee; assist, musician; banner bearer: guard. Use Journal % -! Today let's cars without are not just signer's actually are a around: it' Lo as "air ances ride on a blasted body and are sideways--bY jets or compressed aw Lies of these mr the imaginatior turally, are almost tually no limit they can attain. need no travel over land. w2at blacksmith a,o cotfld have d hydramatic drive QUALITY sERVI! PRICE , • • For NEEDS TRUCK or or USED tire M ERV'S TIR COTA, •. Corr. 1960 Std. DI Floor C , Linoleum • Tile • Carpeting • Formica REX FLOOR Mt. View Heating- , Safety check • Clean - • Minor & STAR KEYS Sales 514 Ellinor Hospital • Rental • Wheel • beds, • oxygen Torsak Ambt 2119 AdamS Insu; • Disability, • Life" • Retireme Mutual & Duane Landscaping • Lawl, shrubs • Top soil, Free estirt SUNSET Herbert Baze Masonry • Brick, • Free BILL Rt. 3, Box '" Sand, • TOp soil • Peat • Custoln Johns creek 426-3552 Sewing • Sales Singer 117 5th A ope Tire S I4: ifes • New RecapP ig • used OK TIFIg Mt. View TV • Radio , CB LEROY'S