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' oiul00 _.,: Eve. ts Ihstruchon HOLD POTLUGK Thursday DOlphin's swim in- the retarded children :Ool begins this er, at a meeting [uay at Ruth Bead's decided to change )}a Tuesdays. Visit- ele0me any Tuesday ! to 11:0() a.m. S Were given special i by Jan McIntyre, Y instructor f'om Me. T\\;(,o nng over meth- swimming and interest in appreciated. Judah, also to collect ma- benefiting by Oct. 4. to attend the Excep- to reach their tllar bus}ness meet- Auxfiary to the le,,,.4; at 8:00' p.m. __%%ng. _. t Y/iiffeS served ty ;440es e- C'ox Beulah The Sbelton Golden Age Clu will meet at the Memorial Hall October 10 for a noon potluck hm- cheon.: At the last meeting some of the members met and tied two quilts. It was reported that the Food and Flower Sate was a sue- cess,,and their last dance, at which the Tune Toppers played, was also a; huge success, with 85 in attend- anee. :, Thanks would like to be given to Mrs. Ione Green, who substitu- ted for Mrs. Kimble, in playing the piano. WW I Veterans To [Gonvene October I0 Madrona :Barracks No. 1462, t Veterans of World War 1 of the} U.N.A. and members of the Ladies I Auxiliary will meet at the Mere-I orial Building on Thursday eve- ning, Oct. 10 at 8:00 P.M. At this meeting, plans will be outlined for a most worthy com- munity project. Some entertain- merit is expeieted and refreshments will be served by the Auxiliary fol- lowing the business session. All members are urged to attend. As a reminder, 1964 dues are now Gephart. payable. ,: .:2: k:}it: :} lIGHT'S recipe for Fudge is + one she always has It makes a large batch which is especially nice of your family has a sweet tooth. Carol and the Ilcture with their mother. (Elite to her housewife and sew, but only and likes gets past the mother with sympathize the time CIyde, ton for the past four years. They came here from Berkely, Calif., where Clyde attended school. Ellie is active in the church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints where she teaches kindergarten, first grade and primary. She also has a teenage youth group and be- longs to a relief society. She is a Rachel Knott Guild . High School Spotlight * Mrs. Arvilla Wiley Holds First Fall Hono; ed At Party Smda\\;, Sept. 22, proved to be villa x, Vilev as her family gathered The Rachel Knott Oft pcdic at thc Tlbme of her daugbter, Mrs. Guild heht its first fall meeting on  H, E. Hawley to fete her 80th Sept. 20 at the tmme of Mrs. Chuck  birthday. Rowe with Mrs. Harohl Nichols The family reunion was planned as co-hostess. Nineteen nlembers by Mrs. "Wiley's three daughters, were in attendance. After a fine luncheon. Mrs. Les Shelver, the immediate past Pres- ident, presided at the business meeting before turning it over to Mrs. Pearl Dutcher, the newly elected president. Other new officers are: Mrs. Chuck Rowe. vice president; Mrn. Harold Nordeng, secretary, and Mrs. Richard Brewer. treasurer. Committee chairmen are: Ways and Means. Mrs. Les Shelver; Pen- ny Drive. Mrs. Grover Brewster; Calendars. Mrs. Dexter Edge; Membership, Mrs. Frank Travis, Jr., Mrs. Harry Deegan and Mrs. Samuel Fritz; Hostesses, Mrs. Louis Van Arsdale: and Publicity, Mrs. George Cropper It was voted that the members make a trip to Seattle to see the Orthopedic Hospital on their regu- lar meeting day, Friday, Oct. 18. If this is nor possible, the hmeh- con meeting will be held on that day at the home of Mrs. Harry Deegan with Mrs. Franz Rauscher as co-hostess. Mrs. Deegan suggested a project to .raise funds for the hospital which the guild wi'd consider hold- ing in the spring. From now on the members should call the hos- tesses if t'ney are unable to at- tend. The meeting was closed in reg- ular fashion. Eagles Auxiliary Make Visitations Last Week Eagles Auxiliary No. 2079 have been busy this last week with many visitations. Eagles attend- ing the District meeton Sept. 22 at Hotluiam from Shelton were Mr. and Mrs. Lester Dorsett. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Lewis, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Lord Mr. and Mrs. Herman Lorenzen. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Learnard. and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Herzog. Eagles Auxiliary No. 2079 mere- bern visiting Gig Harbor on Sept. 23 were Jean Dorsett. Opal Asche, and Florence Marler. On Sept 26, F.O.E. Auxiliary members visited Buckley Auxil- iary, the home of our State Chap- lain, Merle Chrintianson. Attending were Jean Dorsett Marie Lewis. the State Muscular Dystrophy Chairman. Ruby Loren- zen and Alice Herzog. F. O. E. and Auxiliary members helped Longview celebr.ttc their 34th Anniversary on Sept. 29. Ma- ny dignitaries attended from all over the state. Attending from Shelton were Mr. and Mrs. tester Dorsett. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Lew- is, and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Lof enzen. F.O.E. Auxiliary selected a del- egate to go to the Mid-Winter Con- ference to be held in Pasco on December 6 through 8. Jean Dof sett was selected and Opal Asche as alternace. PIONEER PTO GAME NIGHT A game night sponsored by the Pioneer PTO is bein held Satur- day, Oct. 5 at 8 p.m. in the Pion- KELLY FREDSON was one of Shelton High School's delegates to Girls' State this summer. She also attended the Seabeck Leader- ship Conference. She is Girls' Club president this year. Kelly Fredson was one of four Shelton High School girls to attend ] Girls' State last summer She al- so went to Seabeck Leadership Conference. Both events gave the students attending them oppor- tunity to learn about school gov- ernment, to meet ninny nice young people their own age and gave them an idea of what living away from home will be like after they graduate from high school. Last year Kelly was Girls' Club vice president. This year she is president of the group. She is also a metfibe:' of Pep Club. Latin Club, Honor Society, GA.A. and Scarlet "S". She is on the Saghalie staff. In her sophomore year Kelly was secretary of G.A.A. She turns out for tennis in the spring and is a member ,)f the Tennis Club. Organizations taking up her time outside f school hours in- elude the Junior auxiliary of the Shelton General Hospital and the Catholic Youth Organization, of which she is secretary. Kelly's favorite subje's are his- tory and science. This year her schedule includes world history, ciwcs, chemistry, honor's English and biology, She also works in the school office. Mr. and Mrs. Mark Fredson are the parents of this week's senior in the spotlight. Tley make their home on Hillerest. Kelly has two brothers, Tom. who is a ironer this year. and Tim. 9. She was born in Shelton. has blue eyes. dark hair and 3s 5'7/ '' tall. Swimming, water skiing, tennis, bowlifig, babysitting, reading and watching sports are on Kelly's list of hobbes After high school she will probably attend the U of "V but is undecided as yet. as to what courses she will take. Mrs. Alice Cooper. Mrn. Virginia Breathers, and Mrs. H. E. Hawley. They presented their mother with a lovely corsage of yellow chry- santhenluuls and white rose buds. Mrs. Wiley wore a lavender lace dress for the occasion and was presented with a cake and received many eongratulations from friends and relatives. Those attending the reunion were Mr. and Mrs. Leo Hargrove of Seattle. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Smathers and children. Pasco. Mr. and irs. L N. Smith and child- ren of Kent, Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Smathers and dalghter, Pasco. Mrs. Alice Cooper, San Francisco, Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Hawley and two sons. Shelton, Mrs. Mary Mil- lard of Portland Mrs. Jiley's sis- ter who remained a week. and the honored guest, Mrs. "iley. Mrs. Vriley also received greet- ings from relatives unable to at- t end. You'll agree !i ,v.7""" {,,: ........... '.ffii:il N ii!ii;: JOURNAL GLASSIRED ADS GET RESULTS We think you will like them why don't you drop in and See Them ? Used Cars 959 RAMBLER 6 Sta. 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