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October 3, 1963

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L i r 3, 1963 SHELTON--MASON COUNTY JOURNAL--Published in "Christmastown, U.S.A.", Shelton, Washington Page 3 hrk Makes 00eturn well-known returned Friday National Parr she has been Lake Studio, She has just second season since Lumbermen's Mer- as Miller's. Christmas, lrs. at the Flag- on Hood Canal. Will return to Jenny third season. is always grace; al- Russell Lowell HOURS Garden Club Executive Board Has Meeting The final meeting of the 1962- 63 Executive Board of the Olym- pic District of Federated Garden Clubs was held on Sept. 17 at the Sequim Prairie Park Club House. Sixteen members gathered at 12:30 for a pot luck hncheon. Follow- ing hmch Mrs. Gerald Hunt called the meeting to order. The next district meeting will be held at the VF\\;V Hall at Se- quire cn October 15. Registration will begin at 9:30. Luncheon will be served at 12:30 by the Sequim Prairie Garden CluB, the host club for the day. The newly elect- ed director, Mrs. Frank G. Tay- lor of Leland, Wash., will be in- stalled at the Oct. 15 meeting. At the meeting Mrs. Hunt an- nounced the names of the State Federation Convention chairmen Mrs. Gerald Hunt, co-ordinator Port Townsend, Mrs. Carl Blank Sequim, both from the Olympic District and Mrs. R. V. Paulson and Mrs. Alvin Carlson, both of Bremerton, who will represent the Cross Sound District. The State Convention will be held this year in Port Angeles on June 10, 11 and 12, 1964. S.R.A. PINOCHLE The S.R.A. Pinochle Club will hold its first meeting on Oct. 7 at 8:00 p.m. at the Memorial Hall. All Simpson emplo3ees and re- tired Simpson Employees are wel- come. it R PACIFIC TRAIL'S ('ITIBLE FOR 0R SHINE /l>e!e.ly reversible . . . even to the button-off qvee  AomMarquis "double exposure" stroller ![i n irridescent check or muted plaid :[eenwood poplin. Treated ,ith Zelan 4eV re.at for all-weather wear. Irridescent loden 'ilh,Slng to oyster; brown check to oyster; |,. maid to black. Varsity styled in sizes 34 !%' 19.95. with "Hyak" . jacket of easy-care, wash t type 285 nylon. Diamond-quilted Batik pattern . . . reversing to nylon. Water repellent, of rmcd with cloudsoft Trailite (755 cOtton that won't mat down). Elastic 'Vers-o-Snap 3-way collar-hood. L0den solid loden; blue to black; brown S, M, L, XL . . . $17.95: It's A Date Thursday, October 3 Rotary Club luncheon, noon, Ming Tree Cafe. Daughters of the Pioneers, 2 p.m. Home of Mrs. Warren Lin: coln. Rummage and gift sale, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., PUD Building. Pro- eeeds to benefit Tuberculosis Christmas seal sale. Navy Mother's Club 8 p.m Memorial Hall. Shel-Toa Orthopedic Guild, home of Mrs. Chloe Scoles. 40 & 8 Voiture 135 October Promenade, 7 p.m. dinner at Shel- ton Hotel, 8 p.m. Prom at Vets Club. Friday, October 4 Women's Christian Temperance Union no-host luncheon follower by business meeting and program, 112:30, Fireplace room, First Bap- tist Church. Mason County Retired Teachers Unit. 1:30 p.m. at home of Mrs. Leitha Westland. V.F.W. Ladies Auxiliary meet- ing, 8 p.m. at Memorial Bldg. High school football, Shelton at Tumwater, 8 p.m. Saturday, October 5 Driver's License exarniner, 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., police station. Pioneer PTO game night. Pio- neer school multi-purpose room 8 p.m. Sunday, October 6 Shelton churches invite you to attend the hurch of your choice. WVVI Veterans and Ladies' Aux- iliary, potluck lunch and meeting, 1:00 p.m. Belfair Masonic Temple. Monday, October 7 Professional Nurses' Day Din- 7 p.m. Colonial House. Ahna Burke Junior Orthopedic Guild 7 p.m. Home of. Mrs. Les Young. S.R.A. Pinochle Club, 8 p.m. Memorial Hal ! . County Coinmission's meeting 10:00 a.m. Courthouse. "B" team football, Shelton vs. West Bremerton, 4 p.m., Loop Field. Tuesday, October 8 4-H Leaders Council meet, 8 p.m., Extension office. City Commission's meeting, 2 p.m. City Hall. Kiwanis Club luncheon, noon, Memorial Hall. Wednesday, October 9 Drivers' license examiner, 10:00 a.m. to 5 p.m., Police station. Beta Zeta Chapter, ESA, 8 p.m., home of Mrs. Bob Seibert. Thursday, October 10 Golden, Age potluck dinner, 12 noon, Memorial Hall. PTA Fall Conference 1:30 p.m. Evergreen School. Public invited. Shelton-Mason County Chamber of Commerce, 7 p.m. dinner, 8 p,m. program, Sbelton Hotel. SHEL-TOA GUILD The Shel-Toa Orthopedic Guild will meet today at the home of Mrs. Chloe Scoles, with Mrs. aoyce Haivorsen aeLing as co- hostess. The meeting is scheduled to begin at 8:00. Members will please note change in date of meetingz: All meetings have been changed from the sec- ond Thursday of the month to the first Thursday. Members are reminded that can- dy money is due and any new pro- spective member is welcome to at- tend. Pendleton sport shirts T.01IG OR SIIORT SLEEY ,1495 We've got both k]ncls, fln(I most of tile Pendleton "collectors" we know will welcome the two versions in their wardrobes. S|eeve lengths and 1)ocket st,vles MR. AND MRS. W. A. LYNN TO BE Baptist Ohurch Sets wcru To Held Christmastown Guild tIolds Sept. Meeting HONORED ON 50TH ANNIVERSARY 0d0ber For R0und-gp No-Host Luncheon The Obristm00stown Orthopedic October will be the month of the Miss Marian Johnson, president Guild held its September meeting big "round-up" at tile First Bap- of the Women's Christian Temper-at the home of Mrs. Austin Lar- : tist Church on tim corner of fifth anee Union of Shelton will preside son with Mrs. Harvey Hilhnan set- and Cota Streets, Shelton. at the meeting to be held oil Fri- ring as eo-nosts. This is a time when all people day, Oct. 4, in the fireplace room New officers presiding at the whose names have been on the of the First Baptist Ctmrch. meeting were Mrs. Austin Larson, Bible School rolls during the past A no-host hmchcon will be held President; Mrs. Stanley James, year will be contacted and invited at 12:30 followed by a business vice president; Mrs. Sid Anderson, to return to the class that is suited meeting and program. Members Secretary; Mrs. Don Brown, treas- to their ages, or to their prefer- are urged to attend as plans for urer; snd Mrs. George Kaszycki, ence---.if they are in the adult the stae qonvention to be held publicity. groups, in Olympia October 15 through 18 Guests for the evening were Mes- Instead of a 'Rally Day'. the will be completed, dames Larry Lunsford and Fred Rupe. Door prize was won by Mrs. Bible School is using the entire Joe Miltenburger. " mont00 to bring back all the ab- Gh i |i Ghurch To business at the mee,ng sentees, the regular students and r s an; i was the appointment of Mrs. all the new ones who will accept Hear Missionaries Therse orr as chairnmn of the the invitation to come join in the  candy sale to be held in the near class sessions where the Bible is The Christian Church of Shelton future. All proceeds from the sale taught earl] Sunday morning be- is Joining with 150 otheF congre- will go to the Orthopedic: Hospital. ginning at 9:30 a.m. gallons of the Pacific Northwest It is hoped the sale will be a big The teachers of Bible school in the 00orthwest Missionary Con- success other in an attendance and visita- night from Oct. 6-11 the church guild will be held October 9 at i will be competing with one an- ference School of Missions. Each Tile October meeting of the lion contest to gain back all that will have a different missionary the home of Mrs. Stan James, were lost during the summer speaker. months. The'y will win points through home visits, telephone These missionaries include War- calls, postcards or letters, by gain- ren Moore of Alberta, Canada; ing new members and by enrolling Thomas Courtney of tile Nuanetsi USED prospective new members. River area of Southern Rhodesia; i Harlan Woodruff of Okinawa; However, the rally work is not Harold Fow]er of Italy; RayCarl- C A R S limited to the teachers only, all son of the Philippines, ancl Rob- members of the Sunday School err West of the Okayama Prefer- .... enrollment can be bus too, to lure Mission of Japall. make October a huge Rally Month of the year. Sunday evenings meeting will begin at6:30 p.m. The other meet- 7_ ..... ings will be held at 7:30 p.nl. each 1963 ........ane h''" I,,z,,,,Jnltlrll Teachers evening. The public is invited to these meetings. 6,000 miles, To Meet Friday A _, 19634 d.Fairlanesedan 500 The October meeting of the Ma- ueor,ne Reed demo. son County Retired Teaehels Unit will meet this Friday, Oct. 4 at Guild Me#w, 1963 Fairlane H.T. the home of Mrs. Leitha West- "" " 0 coupe demo. The Georgine Reed Orthopedic land .t 1:30 p.m., in the Grapeview Guild met Sept. 20 at the Colordal district. House. Hostess for the delicious 1963 Galaxie 500 hlneheon was Mrs. George Drake. HT Coupe demo. Marriage Licenses 50th ANNIVERSARYMr.,and Mrs. W. A. Lynn, Hillsboro, Following the luncheon the 1962 Falcon Ore., former Shelton residents, will be honored with an open house meeting was called to order by at the Shelton Moose Hall, 1:30-4:30 p.m. Sunday in honor of their Applying" for marriage licenses Presitent. Mrs. Roy McConkey: 4'door deluxe 50th Wedding Anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Lynn were married here in tile Mason County Auditor's Mrs. R. O. Yeager was appointed Oct. 5, 1913. They have eight children, James Lynn, Vancouver; office this past week were: Penny Drive chairman and Mrs. '58 Hillman Minx Kenneth W. Lynn, Seaside, Ore.; Donald Lynn, Shelton; Mrs. John Krise, 19, Shelton, and Jim Gillilaid publicity chairma.n, g-door sedan Jeanette Culpepper, Edmonds; Mrs. Delores Simmons, Lilliwaup; Marguerite Johns, 17, Shelton. The next meeting will be held Mrs. Lucy Kingsbury, Hillsboro, Ore.; Mrs. Delphic Spencer, Cecil M. Riley, 49, Spokane, and Oct. 18 at the Colonial House, hos- '56 Ford Mainline Mossyrock, and Mrs. Charlotte Kolano, Napavine; 35 grandchildren Frances Mortensen, 48, Spokane. tessed by Mrs. A. E. Hillier 2-door, f-cylinder and 10 great-grandchildren. Friends and relatives are invited to' join with them at the open house Sunday. '' " '56 Plymouth Wagon Family Honors Noble Grand 00-00oor, v-8 Au,o0000t,o 1956 Plymouth Mr. Leimback On Honors Officers dr. v-8 stlok 88th Birthdav At the ]ast meeting of Ruby Re- bekah Lodge No. 75, the Nobel '55 Chevrolet Belair Lilliwaup Community Hall was Grand, Ruby Pope, honored all the 4-door, V-8 Automatic tile scene of a recent family re- officers by presenting them with union and birthday celebration as gifts. There were visitors from 55 Pontiac Custoln the Leimbaek family gathered to Olympia, Leavenworth, Hoquiam 2-door hardtop, V-8 Auto. celebrhte Ernest (Grandpat Leim- and Idaho. . back on his 88th birthday. Final plans are. being made for also more low "Heaps of fried chicken" was the dish'ict meeting to be held in @ LUMBER  HARDWARE  PAINTS piced cars on served on a platter Grandpa Leim- Shelton, Oct. 12. Tl:re will be our lot . , . back's mother had brought from practice of officers and drill team 1 mile off highway on Cole Road Germany over 100 years ago. The Monday, Oct. 7 and Thursday, Oct. Jim _...,P,,ua=, lnc tables were beautifully decorated 10. Practice will start at 7:30 both Cole Road Builder's Supply ' in autumn leaves and flowers, evenings. All drill team members Phone 426-8231 Two birthday cakes were pres- and officers are urged to attend. , I with a money tree, decked out with ihe ]'rothers +for Oct. 11 ieJfilkTl*'uom ad Ph 4262 .... : bills and silver. " Used Cars- 5th &Gota Th Lodge wishes all our ill mem-/i Those attending the festive ev- ent were Pat and Mary Ieimback, hers a espeedy recovery.   ,  .... Dick and Barbara. Leimbaek, Ta ....... ,,, coma; Ellen and Richard Cook, burn; Helen, Debby and Patty Or- tiz, Seattle; Gladys, Barney, Ter- ry, Cindy and Linda Rishel, Lyle, Sally, Kevin and Nickie Leim- back, Shelton; Alice Jean, Steven, Kelley and Shawn Dullenty, Hoodsport; Joe Buechel, Dayton; Gertrude and Ray Quinn, Ellen and Bus Halstead, Poulsbo; and Bernice Lcimback, Hoodsport. SPECIA Also attending the gathering were Mr. and Mrs. Bob McCal- ment of Bremerton. :Mr. McCal- ment homesteaded by Grandpa Le- imback years ago in Montana. Shelton Bridge Club !ii:  12,5 GUBIO FT, Holds Meeting 0 EAGH SHELF A At its regular meeting this past Monday evening at 7:30 in the .... PUD Auditorium, the Shelton ':[{{[{ Bridge Club became officially af- {t iiii filiated with the American Con- 0 DOOR STORAGE tract Bridge League as a member of the Olympia Unit, so now fl'ae- tional and master points will be O 420 ..,u.u .r on,,,=...% awarded to weekly winners. This week the high N-S pairs in order were: Percy Bean and O 5 YEAR WARRANTY Rod Hansen, lIary Keller and Mr. .,. ..... ' Brodie, Kathryn Van Arsdale and Nlsa Schlausser and Ann, Correa and Jean Yeager. E-VV high pairs were: Lou and Jim .Hartley, Gor- . don Bennett and Jack Gray, and $ O0 tied for third and fourth were; Norma and Ed Becker and Tveden and Foote. SOROI{IT I'LEI)GE Leanne Armstrong, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Preston Armstrong, Shelton pledged , , .  Alpha Omicron Pi O101 ly last r "" , ::. Wednesday at the University of Washington campus. ,,.u,,. q7800 '"'"" 0028800 UPRIGHT GHEST i w,rr.u,ty. are the only diffcrcnce. Over 700 Ib, cap. Otherwise boi:h are famous Mrs. Edna Olli Emn:ona of Pendletons through and Olympia, formerly of Shetton, has through--inachoiccofnm-llreceivcd news that she is both a $i6800 I r, chi.ne-washab|o patterns, g,,andmother and a. great grand- t NOW 1N SIOCN A COMPLETE s--L-xL mothcr m lhe same week. 1)ELUXE G.E. She w'ls made a gr, mdnothc,' MOBILE MAID DISHWASHER IANE OF KRESKY & SIEGLER ,uwA's it ,vl,:a Mr, md ,is. Lar,y oni oe OIL AND WOOD HEATERS. %*IRGIN |/Taconia, fornerly of Shelton, an- ','OOL ; i/ nounced the birth of daughter 8"12 - $12.98 14-20 - $14.98. |[ and a gr(at a ' l --- - grandmother when .:.' 's. ', Bim'd of Bear- SHOP AT MILLER'S AND SAVE! SAVEr SAVE! ' i! crtOlL Mich., gave birth to a boy. ' ,, 00,,e,ton 00eoo00a, .o,pi,a, DOW "" ROYAL ' m, Mr and Terry Morse P O :NO MONEY P , REDiT, Is NOVEMBER ' Box "21 Hoods) ..... i i| temter 2"(, 1963 '  i| Mr. and Mrsi'George Twidweli, 0 E || St].r Route 1 BOX 109-B, Shelton, OVER 20 APPLIANC S WE HAVE SHELTON & N DISPLAY N/X// r MASON COUNTY'S BL,' boy, September 28, 1963. 0 Lrdl i| Mr. and Mrs Marvin Thomas, ONLY Route 1, Box 406, Shelton, a boy rll  Septom00er MILLER'S S.E00TO00 00O..O.,ZED E. A Subsidiary of P. N. Hirsch & Co. Clinic Hospital OLYMPIA SERVICE DEPT. A Subsidiary of P. N. Hirsch & Co. No births reported for this weeR. L