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i!}; tober 10, 1963 ieation should contribute I ard physical strength Newly Elected !m Mdry Baker Eddy President installed lit Music Club ! a look into the fabu- of auto transpor- .'. It shouldn't be too t rae Detroit designers I way, before some ot :riving cars without he in mind is an idea  Powered bv a gas- ::,h e same kind that experimentation for now. The advan- gas turbine are: Y vibration free; It With complex gear The Shelton Music Club met Sept. 24 at,the home of Mrs. Ralph Horton. Mrs. R. E. Duckham and Mrz. P. J. Gillie were co-hostess- es. Mrs. James'Barrom was elected president of the Shelton Music Club. She was installed by Mrs. Ralph ragner. A short bi]siness, meeting was held and then the meeting was turned over to Mrs. R. W. Norvold, program ctiair- nlall. Mrs. Norvold introduced Janet winner of a music scholarship this year, who played several selections on her flute, ac- companied by Mrs. Dexter Edge. i Mrs. Bruce Kreger spoke on "Music Education, An American Specialty". Lang's "One Hundred Years of Music in America" was the principal source of informa- toin. SHELTON--MASON COUNTY JOURNAL- Published in "CChristmastown, U.S.A.", Shelton, Washington ..... The Shelton Music Club is af- Years filiated with the State and Na- li[ the tional Federation of Music Clubs. rjy Lilliwaup Community Club To Elect Officers At Meeting Friday II3' Daisy Vance sale and each member is asked LILLIWAU--P - Friday, Lilli- waup Community Club will hold its business meeting to elect of- ficcrs for tlae coming year. A pot- i luck 'dinner will be served at 6 p,m. The meeting will be called to or- der at 7 p.m. by the president, Jack Leimback. Pinochle will follow the business meeting to start at 8 p.m. Frances Moake and Stella Morken will be hostesses. Hood Canal Garden Club held its meeting Thursday, Oct. 3 at the club house at Ptlatch. The meeting was called to order at 11:30 by the president, Lois Pierce. Twenty one nembers answered roll call, with three visitors being present. They were: Mesdames Eva Hanson, Thressa Redman, Mr. Timpani Will Speak Oct. 17 To Bordeaux P.T.A. At the Bordeaux P.T.A. meet- ing, to be held Thursday, October to bring a gift for the Korean or- 17 at 7:30 p.m. in the Rusty CaN phans, low auditorium, honored guest THE CI,UB will hold a rummage speaker will be Mr. Ernest Tim- sale Oct. 11 at the old PUD build- pant. Mr. Timpani will be the ing in Shclton. Superintendent of the Washing- Mr. and Mrs. Luke Beavers of ton Corrections Center and will Port Angeles spent the weekend speak to the group on the Con- with Luke's sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. Bill McKasson. Mr. ] servation of our Youth Having been in institutional and Mrs. Claud Elwood of Kirk- work for the past 18 years, he land were guests Oct. 4 of Mrs. will discuss the causes of crime Allie Ahl and the L. K. Webbs at their home in Eldon. On Oct. 12 the Elwoods will leave Seattle- Tacoma .Airport by jet plane on a guided tour ot the south sea islands. They will visit Riji, Bor- neo, Tahiti, and Hawaii. They will celebrate their 50th wedding an- niversary while on tour. Mr. and :Mrs. Fariell Glenn of eattle spmt a week visiting Mrs. and Oscar Lavine. They were in- troduced and given a hearty wel- Fariell' parents, Mr. come. I Fred Martin. Plans were formulated to attend ...... the Olympic District Federation  _[ I| I II of Ga,:den Clubs to be held in/aL==. laflwa[zel and delinquency among our youth and the importance of school an(1 education to them. He will also touch on the moral and spiritual values in relation to the welfare of our youth. All P.T.A. members and anyone else interested is welcome to at- tend this meeting. RUMMAGE SALE SET is twice as power- FOR OCT. 11 AND 12 Sequim Oct. 15. e Pist0n engine; and it The Church of Jesus Christ of OFFICERS WERE installed by/rpI"re-are s For u l%er t . cheaper fuels. But Latter Day Saints will hold a rum- Mrs. Cecil Gilbert. Lois Pierce, la is a fuel hog. How- mage sale Oct. 11 and 12 in the president; Mattie Backhmd. vice !,:eat strides have been old Sears store by the Library. president; Bernice Leimback, trea-/Seas0 fl 0pegiflg / toreraedy this, and it Tire sale will be from' 9 a.m. to surer, and Elma Jenner, Secretary. : o long before such a 5 p.m. with al proceeds going to A delicious pot luck lunc]a was !s I served at 12:30 p.m. by the hos- ;: ale, . . relief society of the church, tesses Mrs. Robert Rowe and Mrs. I. Anyhe wishing t dnate t the Edward Jenner" /iiP! sale is asked to call Gladys Marr, After hmch Mrs. Rule Dicken- I SERVICE ataFAIR 426-3053 before the llth. All do- ' For all your TIRE nations would be appreciated, son showed colored slide pictures '" ; PASSENGER, I of her trip to Europe where she  TRACTOR ... NEW , spent six months. They were en-  tires available at WWI VETERANS by all. :'I TIRECAP . 1st & World War I Veterans of Bar- Hood Canal Wemans' Club will :1 '''426-8104. " " racks No. 1462 and Ladies Aux- hold its next meeting Thursday, elk season from 7 a.m. to 11 a.m. and Mrs. Local Jobies Hold Friendship Night Once during each term. the Be- thels in this area try to visit each other on "Friendship Night". Each member has a step-in sister who takes her office fro" the evening. The first friendship night was held in Manette on Sept. 16. Five girls from Shelton Bethel No. 37 attended. The next visitation was held in Olympia on Sept. 24, with several Shelton officers taking part. The regflar meeting for Shel- ton Jobs 'Daughters was a friend- ship night. On Oct. 1, a short bus- iness meeting was held. Honored Queen Janet Estvold reminded all the girls to get rummage together S.E.Y. Swim Party Cancelled; Will Hold Regular Meeting Due to the benefit Junior High School football game on Oct. 11. the St. Edward's Youth swzmmiug- potluck party has been cancelled until a later date. However. there will be a regal- County, City Offices To Be Closed Friday All county and city offices in Mason Comrty will be closed Fri- day. Columbus Day, normally a holi- day, falls on Saturday this year. The city and county commissions lar potlucl dinner meeting in the last week voted to close the offices church basement at 6:00 p.m., Fri- to give employees the Friday off day, October 11. Cormnittees will in lieu ef the holiday which falls e assigned to work at the Car-lon Saturday. nival to be held on Saturday eva- I -- ......................... ning, Oct. 26. NYDIA CHAPTER Dues of a dollar a year are due and payable now. All Catholic students of Junior High age are invited to join the club. "WILL MEET TUESDAY The Shelton Chapter of the Am- erican Rhododendron Society will meet Tuesday, Oct. 15 at 8:00 p.m. at the PUD building. There will be a round table dis- cussion of tavorite rhododendrons and why they are such. The dis- cussion'panel will consist of Bud Wyatt, Walt Elliott, Betty Ann Vander Wegen and Eddythe Orme. William Herrick will act as mo- derator. There will also be a demonstra- tion on green grapting and tak- ing of cuttings from rhododend- rons. Anyone interested in attending the meeting is invited. Eagles Auxiliary Will Host State President Eagles Auxiliary No. 2079 will host the State President Erma Hunt Oct. 22 at the Eagles Hall at the Airport. There wilt be a l 6:30 dinner, prepared by the La- dies. to be followed by a business meeting at 8:00. This will be the State Presi- DAUGltTERS OF THE NILE Nydia Chapter, Daughters of the Nile met on Sept. 25 at the home of Mrs. Bea Grout. Union Plans were completed for the queen's dinner which will be at the Colon- ial House on Thursday evening, Oct. 24. The dinner will honor the Queen of the Zora Temple of Ta- coma. Tickets are availv[ble from Mrs. Bessie Hall VICKI LEE GUILD TO HOLD OCT. 14 MEETING The Vicki Lee Orthopedic Aux- iliary will hold its October 14 meeting at the home of Mrs. Per- cy Zamzow, with Mrs. Bud Helser as co-hostess. Mrs. Clyde Ruddell of thc Rain- ier Orthopedic Auxiliary will come to sell their regular and holiday candles. There also will be a white elephant sale. WELCOME CHAPTER Welcome Chapter No. 40. Past Matrons will meet at the home of Mrs. Hattie Pierce on October 17, for a 12:30 hmcheon. HOMEM[AKERS CLUB RUMMAGE SALE Pickering Homemakers Club will hold a rummage sale in tim PUD Features of Wn. iliary ,will meet today, Oct. 10 at 8 p.m. at the Memorial Hall. All veterans are invited to at- tend. October 17 at the Club house in Potlatch. ! The meeting will be called to: order at 11 a.m. by the President, Mrk Robert Rowe. This will be guest day, each member is asked to bring a guest. Lunch will be served at 12:30 by Hoodsport members. There will be a plant 0 HARDWARE O PAINTS 1 mile off highway on Cole Road 0Is Road Builder's Supply Gold Star Mothers Attend Meeting On Saturday, Oct. 5, Mrs. Grace Holt:, and Mrs. W.S. Rempel of Shelton, ogether with Mrs. Thel- ma Michel, Mrs. Clara Megiveron, and Mrs. Jennie Goodwin of Olympia attended the board meet- ing of the State Department of Washington and Idaho Gold Star Mothers held in Tacoma at the Winthrop Hotel. Mrs. George Gal- braith of Tacoma presided. Luncheon was served at the ho- tel to 50 mothers from 13 chap- ters. Business sessions and re- ports of committees were held throughout the day. MEN'S SUITS , by ' F.andTimely to s8900 Forcaster & Alligator HATS $1 by Stetson l",and and will be open "all night" Friday for the convenience of the deer hunters. Friday evening [r. and Mrs. Bill McKimson and son, Lance, Matlock, and Mr." and Mrs. Wes Hurley of the lake visited Mr. and Mrs. John Patten. Drop-in guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Archie Kelley was Mrs. Kelley's sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Pearsall of Elma. Celebrating their 17th wedding anniversary last Friday evening were Mr. and Mrs. Hank Chappeil. Visiting Mr. and Mrs. James Bleeker on Monday and Friday was Mrs. Bertha Visser of Pot- latch. Mr. and Mrs. Dorsey Goff of Union called on the Bleekers last Friday. SUNDAY AI,rERNOON callers at the Bleekers home *were Mr. and Mrs: Charles Van Epps, Shel- ton and Mr. and Mrs. William Hall of Kamilche Point. It's A Date Today, Thursday, Oct. 10, 1963 Madrona Barracks No. 1462 Vet- erans of WWI and Ladies Auxil- iary 8 p.m. Memorial Bldg Golden Age Potluck dinner, noon, Memorial Hall. PTA Fall Conference Evergreen School 1:30 p.m. Public invited. Rebekah lodge practice for ofi- cers and drill team 7:30 p.m. Rotary Club luncheon, noon, Ming Tree Care. Chamber of Commcree October meeting, Gateway Cafe (Kamil- che), dinner 7:00 p.m., program 8:00 o'clock. Friday, October 11, 1963 Rummage sale, Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Old Sears Store. S.E.Y. Club potluck dinner meet- ing. 6 p.m. Church basement. Meeting of Ruby Rebekah Lodge. First Nomination of officers. pro. IOOF Hall. Sheiton Highclimbers footba II game, 8 p.m. Shelton at South Kit- sap. Shelton Kiwanis annual benefit football game. 8 p.m. Loop Field, Shelton Blazers vs. Jefferson Jun- ior High of' Olympia. Saturday, Oct. 12, 1963 Drivers lieeuse examiner, 1O a.m. to 5 p.m., police station. F.O.E. Card party 8 p.m. Air- port hall. " ' Rebakah Association District No. 3 meeting 10:00 a.m IOOF Hall. " Mark E. Reed Chapter, Order of DeMolay installation of olfi- cers 8 p.m. Masonic Temple. unday, October 13, 1963 Shelton churches invite you to attend the church of 3,our choice. St. Edwards Catholic Youth In- stallation in Church. 7 p.m. Reception in Parish Hall. Pub- lic invited. Annual punt-pass-and-kick con- test, 1:00 p.m., Loop Field. Monday, October 14, 1963 County Commission's meeting, 10 a.m., Courthouse. B squad football,, Shelton vs. Central Kitsap, 4:00 p.m., Loop Field. Tuesday, Oct. 15, 1963 Kiwanis Club luncheon, noon, l{cmorial hall. Mason County Fair Board 8 p.m., commissioners office. Fred B. Wivell Post 31 Ameri- can Legion, 8 P.m.. Memorial Hall. Shclton Rhododendron Society, 8 p.m., PUD Bldg'. School Board meeting, 8 p.m., Evergreen School. 4-H Leaders council meeting, 8. pAll., Extens Oil office. City commission's meetiug, 2 p.m., City tall. Wednesday, Oct, 16, 1963 Drivers Iiccnse examiner. 1O a.m. to 5 P.m., police station. Shclton 13usiness & Professional Wolneu's Club. 7 D.]n. Holne oi Mrs. Howard Smitt. Thursday, Oct. 17, 1963 Welcome Clmpter No. ,10 P.'tst Matrxms 12:30 luncheon. Home ot Hattie Pierce. Bordeaux PTA, Rusty Callow auditorimn. 7:30 p.m. Speaker Mr. Ernest Timpani. Navy M'others Club 7:30 p.m. Memorial Hall. Rotary Club luncheon, noon. Ming Tree Cafe. Port connnission,s meeting, 8 p.m., courthouse. for the runmmge sale being held on the 25th and 26th of Oct. Visi- tors from Manette Aberdeen, and Belfair attended this meeting. Re- freshments were served. Monday, Oct. 7, two car loads journeyed to Belfair to attend a similar meeting. Again, several of the Shelton officers took part. SOCIAL EVENTS Shelton Yacht Club Elects Officers The Shelton Yacht Club held its regular meeting Oct. 3 at the PUD auditorimn. Election of of- ricers was held and the following were elected: Commodorc. Ray Hash: vice commodore. Dick Sac- get: Rear Commodore. 5ames Ehn- luud: secretary: B. B. Thomas;' treasurer, R. B. Dickey; Board member. DavidLittle. Commodore Hash has appointed the following committee chairman to serve with him for the coming year: Fleet captain, Ed Reeker; hemberslip, Lloyd Goodwin; pub- licity, Jeanette Hansen; Ways & Means. Marion Saegcr; Sunshine. Mary Ellis; hostess. Betty Tweed; librarian, Phyiis McCuiston; Judge advocate, Clint Mifflin: Public re- lations. W.qlard Rublin: safety & education. James Elmlund and program, Dick Saeger. A very favorable report was giv- en by Don McCuiston on the work progress of the new clubhouse. Club members were reminded that dues are payable in Novem- ber. RefreshmmAs were served af- ter the meeting by the hostesses Audrey Preppenau and Eloise Little. BRIDGE CLUB WINNERS Ten full tables turned out tltis past Monday evening with high N-S; 1) Lou and Jim Hartley, 21 Katherine Van Arsdale and Elsie Schlosser. 3) Anne Sargent and Bob Phillips, and 4) Conn,- Travis and Dexter Edge. The E-W win- ners were; 11 Helen Harris and dent's official visit and other dig- nitaries will be present for the meeting. All members are asked to come and meet the new presi- dent. Women's Club Will Discuss Winter Plans The Shelton Business and Pro- fessional Women's Club will meet Wednesday, Oct. 16 at 7:30 pan. in the home of Mrs. Howard Smith. Following the business meetfng, dessert will be served. Members are m'ged to attend as winter work plans will be discussed and a report on the Heart Forum given. ......................... RETIRED TEACIIERS The Mason County Retired Tea- chers ]net at the home of Mrs. Leitha Westland in the Agate dis- trict for their regular meeting. Mrs. Mary Trexler. president, pre- sided at the business meeting. Ten members were present and two new retirees joined. These were Mrs. Dorothy Carlon and l,rs. Esther Herren. Following the business meeting thc hostess served refreshments and a social hon: was enjoyed in Mrs. VVesland's lovely home sur- rounded by flowers and a setting of natural beauty, SALTY SASHAYERS ILL DANCE SATURDAY Ben Forbes o Port Orchard will be calling for the Salty Sashayer Square Dance Club this Saturday night for their regular dance. Danetng begins at 8:30 in-the Memorial Hall and is followed by a potluck suppe,, at 11:30 p.m. All dancers arc invited to attend and spectators are wclcome. The hosts for the evening will be Mr. and Mrs. Harry Pearsall Joe Spafilding and Mrs. Mortenson. F.O.E. CARD PARTY The last Eagles Auxiliary No. 2079 card party was held Sept. 28. High went to Louis Herzog and Clara Shtck. with second high going to Herman Leonard and Alice Herzog. Traveling- pinochle winners were Clara Stuck ant Marie Lewis. The next card party will be heK Oct. 12 at 8:00 p.m. at the airport hall with the public cordially in- vited. Jane Bennett, 2) Mary and Ed Lovell, 3) Anne and Bill Batchel- N:kVY MOTHERS or, and 4) Stella Hillier and Etta The next meeting of the Navy Rector. Mothers Club will be Oct. 17 at It is important that all players 7:00 p.m. in the Memorial Hall. be at the PUD auditorium in {ime October 15 the Navy Mothers to actually start playing at 7:30 will serve the noon Kiwanis lun- p.m. cheon. building Friday and Saturday, Oc- tober 18 and 19, from 10 to 4 p.m. Use Journal Want Ads PAGE 3 JOURNAL WANT ADS GET RESULTS] [.m , Lowrey Organ You play pleasing melodies ri0ht Irom the start! Beginnms. children, adults--anyone can play right away--it's so eas on a Lowrey... and so easy to own[ The Starlet brings you Lowrey's gloriOUS organ vomes--rAus litany exciting and exclusive effects. 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