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IAGE .,4 ........................ SHELTON MASON COUNTY JOURNAL Published in "Chr{stmasto.wn, U.S.A.", helton, Washington 0 DE MOLAY SGHEDULES INSTALLATION DON NEUENSCHWANDER DeMolay Master Councilor VISITING BEAUTY SERVICE Hair Cutting, Shampoo, Setting, Permanents for Invalids & Shut-ins. Mildred Schneider - 426-8094 The public is cordially invited to atttend the Installation of Officers of Mark E. Reed Chapter. Order of DeMolay to be held at 8:00 p.m. Saturday, October 12. at the Ma- some Temple. Refreshments will be served following the ceremony. Officers being- installed are as follows: Master councilor. Don Neuenschwander; Senior councilor. Tom Lowe: Jmfior counciler. Ed Dawson: Scribe. Milt Densley: Treasurer. Steve Hash: Senior Slides Of Trip Seen At Hood Canal Garden Club The Hood Canal Garden Club met Thursday, October 3. at the Woman's Clubhouse. Potlatch. Mrs. Rule Dickinson entertained in the afternoon with slides of her Australian trip last winter. During the business meeting Mrs. William Gilbert installed the new officers for the coming two deacon. Ron Rickards: Junior dea- years. Installed were: President. con. Joe Gruver: Senior steward. Mrs. D. H. Pierce; vice president, Jim Potter: Junior steward. George Kimbel! Chaplain. Brad Joslin : Sentinel Seth Cotes : Standara bearer. Bill Batstone: Almoner, Greg Souliere; Marshall. Rick Hanson: Orator. Dan Dickey; 1st preceptor, Steve Clinton 2nd pre- ceptor. Roy Dunn Jr.: 3rd pre- ceptor. Tim Rose: 4th preceptor, Bill Campbell. The installing team will be from the Seattle District No. 7 Chapter, Order of DeMolay. Others assisting for the evening will be Ginna Correa. Pare Board- man, Liz Seiners, Carol Hardin Cheryl Bead. Terry Turner. Mar- cia Dorcy. and the DeMolay Moth- ers Club. Vocalist for the evening will be Sandi Lewis. Mrs. Bea Lar- son will be musmian PAULA HARMAN PLEDGES Miss Pau:a i:arman. caughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Howard Rt. 1. Box 74. Shelton, has pledg- ed Alpha Phi Fraternity at the University of Puget Sound in Ta- colna. [Use Journal Want Ads Olympi a- Shelton-Bremerton Bremerton-Tacoma Stages, inc. TIME SGHEDULE No. 38 il Effective. Oct. I O, 1963 READ UP ESH ESH PM PM LV Bremerton, Wash. AR 12:25 --- AR BELFAIR AR 11:59 .... AR UNION AR 11:32 -- AR WN. CORR. CTR. AR 11:20 AR SHELTON AR 11:10 6:10 AR KAMILCHE AR 10:58 5:58 AR SCHNEIDER'S AR 10:48 5:48 AR OLYMPIA, WASH. AR 10:35 5:35 READ DOWN ESH ESH PM AM 2:45 .... 3:10 3:38 3:50 4:05 9:00 4:15 9:10 4:25 9:20 4:45 9:40 C. Y. 0. INSTALLATION ESH - Daily Except Sundays and Holidays. Shellon Depot. Shellon Hotel, I st & R.R. Phone 426-4530 Mrs. Mattie Backlund: Secretary, : : - Mrs. Edward Jenner. Treasurer. Mrs. W. A. Leimback. Corsages were made by Mrs. Gilbert and .... " ' Mrs. Verne Hill "  " Mrs. Mattie Backlund reported on the Olympic District Executive Board meeting held Sept. 17 at. Sequim. She also reported the no- host luncheon held Wednesday, Oc- tober 2. in Port Ang'eles. The State Convention will be in Port Angeles in June 1964 and Beach Combers Club and Hood Canal Club will help host the Conven- tion along with the other Olym- pic Peninsula and Cross Sound District Clubs. Garden Club members worked last week on the grounds of the Hood Canal Junior High School. The landscaping of the Junior High grounds was taken over as a project by the club a year ago last spring. October 15 will be the Olympic Federated District Garden Club Fall Convention in Sequim. Austin-Soule Vows Mr. and Mrs. Bert Austin of Othello wish to announce the re- cent marriage of their daughter, Patricia .Ann to Walter Sherman Soule, son of Mrs. Sherman Soule and the late Mr. Soule. Kenne- wick. The bridegroom was a former Shelton resident and attended the Sheltbn schools. The ceremony took place Sept, 24 in the Chm:ch of God in Pas- co, Wash The couple is making its home in Suhnyslope Homes, "Xennewick. e- . a ,ARDEI CLUB : .. 4:.: JIM DOERTY, son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Doerty, Shelton, will assume his new title of President of the Catholic Youth Orgamza- tion at a public installation October 13. Jim is a senior of Shelton High School. "Follow the Light" is the theme I chosen for St. Edward's Catholic Youth Installation of officer s this Sunday, Oct. 13 at 7:30 p.m. in at. Edward's Church, Jim Doerty, son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Doerty, will be installed as president. Other officei's to be installed are vine president, Gerri Gems; Republican Women Prepare For ,Meeting The Mason County Women's Re- publican Club will meet on the fourth Wednesday of October to enable more of its members to attend the Republican Western Conference to be held in Eugene, RUMMAGE SALE Th Hood Canal Woman's Club Ore.. Oct. 9-12. is sponsoring a rummage sale Oct. Mrs. H. C. Stirling, Belfair, ap- 11 at the PUD Binlding in Shel- peaf'ed on a panel of campmgn Barry Goldwater and Governor Nelson A.. Rockefeller. at the Oct. 23 meeting of the Mason County group' There is a great deal of in- terest in the Eugene meeting since it will give Republicans from the Western states a chance to meet the two leading contenders for their party's presidential nomina- tion. Notices of the Oct. 23 meeting in Shelton will be mailed to the members of the Mason County Re- publican Women's Club. secretary, Kelly Fredson; treasur- er, Evelyn Clark; Religious chair- men, Kathy Flower and Judy Smith; Cultural chairmen, Sally Hartman and Melody Morgan; Social Chairmen Mary Johnsen and Pare McComb: Athletic ChairmetL Denny Cardinal and Roy Ritner II. Charleen Smith will be installed as Adult .dvisor. Mrs. Rudy Fla- kus, Religious Advisor, and Mrs. Roger Anderson, Social Advisor. Installing officers will be Rev. Marion Roth, O.S.B.; Benediction will be by Rev. Mark Wiechmann O.S.B. Organist for the evening will be Mrs Ted Wittenberg. Honored guests will be iev. Ger- ald Moffat, Arch-Diocesan Direc- tor of C.Y,O. and Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Caldwell Arch-Diocesan Ad- ult President. ton and Oct. 18 a card party at the Hood Canal WOman's Club house. Potlatch. The next meeting of the Club will be Oct. 17, with members re- quested to bring a present for their Korean orphan. hairmen on Oct. 9. She will re- General Chairman of the instal- port on the meeting with Senator lation is Kathy Flower. agsisted by Mary Buechel. Others include Kathie Smith. decorations, Kathy Flower. inVKations. Mary Johnsen. refreshments, and Jeanette Her- ron and Rosemary Lambert prog- rams. A reception will follow the cere- mony in the Parish Hall. The pub- lic is cordially invited. They're here no00,-the all-new Falcons for 1964! We've kept the economy that made Falcon thmous. (]00Sflcon's Six still holds the all-time MobiI EcOnomy Run record for Sixes or Eights.; But we've changed everything else. New style, new comfort, new convenience and the plushest ride a compact ever had. Come test-drive the '64 Falcon soon! l?alcon Squire TRY TOTAL IERFORMANCE FOR A CIIANGEI FORD lalcon. Yairlan .TQed Tlmrgiexbird -  ' .iiiii:!iiiiiiiii!iiiiiiiiiii!i}i!!ii!iiiiiiiiiiii}i{}i!ii/ii}iii;!i iiiiiiiiiiiiiii:ii:i:ii .!i:i:?;:}::ii!i!i;i;!i:!i.?!i}:i]i!ii;i}ii!i!ii}ii)i!i?:i?iiiiiii!iii!iii!!i!i.ii ........... , :,,:, ::, : : :::: ;iiil i ii i ileal !i!i:,i,,: ::  ii  , i i!i,i !i ',i i iliil i!',ii,ili',i ',iil 'ii i! 'ili i iiil i i}i! :iiiiiiiii'iiiiiii',i i iiii;ii ':ii!iii,!iii!i i i i iiii': i!,:',}ii ..... ' :: @ :i iilii:!: !i!i:iii i: !i, i}ili:}!ii!iii!i}ili[! !i} i:ii [}i[:{i:: :i!![i! :!:i::i}ii} !i:::i}{i!!i i:i:ii::i :iii!ili::iiiiii:i:::}:!:!i!i::ii !:i. i l !i:::i::;::# :a:::.:.,. ........................................ Falcon"'' ................... Futura::::::#:: :Falcon Futura Hardtop t'rofl COMPA FACTS ON THE 1964 FALCON: Redesigned interior for greater comfort and convenience . Ford's famous qvice.a-Year Maintenance More safeguards against rust and corrosion than ever before . Optional power steering, power brakes Bucket seat models available . Optional air conditioning Five engine choices from thrifty 85-hp Six to 164-hp V-8 Four transmissions including America's only fully syndtronized 3-speed manual (stap.:h=rd with V-8'g) l:o urteen models plus three extra-duty wagon JIM PAgLEY, INC, 501 Railroad Ave. . Ford presents "Arrest ankt Trial"-ABC-TV Network-Check your local listings fdr .time ani clm*.I VFW Auxiliary Holds October 5 Meeting On Saturday, Oct. 5. President Jo Sparks, accompanied by Betty Godwin and Fae Robinson. attend- ed a school of instruction in Mc- Cleary. Any member wishing tickets or WCTU Plans For State Convention I The Oct. 4 meeting of the Wo- man's Christian Temperance Un- ion held in the fireplace ]'oom m [ the Baptist Church was well at- tended by members and sevcral l visilors. I After the no-host hmeheon President Ma)'ian Johnson presided at the business meeting. Plans for the state convention to be held in Olympia Ocl. 15 through 1; in the Jade Room of the Olympian Hotel were completed. The Shel- ton and Olympia Unions are the hostesses for the convention. Speakers at the banmmt Oct. 16 will be Governor Albert D Rosen lint. Senator Don Miles, Mr. Chas. Grover and Judge Mathew H. Hill. Mrs. Neva Roberts will be the toastmistress. Tke hanquet will start at 6:30 and members and friends are welcome to attend Under old business. Mrs. Arvil- la Wiley and Miss Marimq John- son told of the \\;Voman's Crusade of 1873 in Hillsboro. Ohio which remflted in the organizing of the National V.C.T ,U. Hostesses for thc meeting were Mrs. David Turner Mrs. Paul Arnold and Mrs. Olive Quartier. Nurses Banquet Termed Success District 22 of Washington State Nurses Association held their Pro- fessional Nurse Day Banquet at the Colonial House Monday eve- ning with President Betty C. Townsind presiding. Thirty registered nurses attend- ed along with the guest speaker, Rev. f-Iorace Mounts and his wife, who is a Medical Technician. Rev. Mounts presented a message on "Ntu'ses We Need". Special entertainment was pro- vided by a Dixieland band consist- ing of Paul Oraffe. Bruce Goodwin. Tom Sehlegel and Ross Robb and directed by Gary Nicloy. Other en- tertainment included several vocal arrangements by Sandra Lewis. accompanied by Pat Havens Flower arrangements were made by Thelma Adams and the display of.past Nurses Training Day Uni- forms and pictures caused some laughter and recall of past exper- iences that no hmger happen in training of nurses. Members are reminded of the next meeting which will be a mem- bership drive. Legion Slates Big Night Next Tuesday Fred B. Wivell American Legion post and auxiliary will hold the annual past commanders and past presidents night programs next Tuesday evenir g in Memorial Hall. Festivities start with a potluck dinner at 6:30 p.m. 4th District vice-commander Dick Van cho]cR of Laecy will attend the post pro- gram while delegates to boys and girls states will tell about their experiences during the v:eek tlley any member still ]lot contacted spent at ti]e good ciLizcnshio train- about tickets on the sweater for ing programs last summer, spon- . the cancer project is asked to sored by the Legion. I contact Colleen Gephart. - ................... Treasurer. Florence Hamilton S i iy reports 1964 dues can now be OC e Editor ill paid. The auxiliary would like 100% paid-up membership by With Pneumonia For the past two weeks Journal society editor Marj hraters has been under treatment h)r pneu- monia and was hospitalized for the first week. During her absence the society news has been handled by Miss Sherry Kent. December 7. the date of the next district meeting which will be held in Shelton. Members may also submit their eaneer Tnsurance premium of $2.00 when paying their dues, Shelton General Hospital Mr. anti Mrs. Adonis Hawley, 1805 Jones Road Shelton a boy, October 3. - Mr. and Mrs. Victor J Matson, 627 Cacade Street. Shelton, a boy, October 4. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Peterson Star Rt. 1. Box 171, Shelton, a girl, October 5. Mr. and Mrs. Yoshio Enoki. 117 No. 1st. Shelton. a girl, October 5. Clinic Hosoital Mr. and Mrs. James SchmahI, Rt. 3, Box 440, Sh(.lton, a boy, October 3. Mr and, Mrs. David M. Kimball. Star Rt. 2, Box 44. Shelton. a girl, Ccto/)er 5. GRANDSON BORN Mr. and Mrs. Les Shelver are the happy grandparents of a grandson born to Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence G. Shelver on Sept. 20.'. Born in Anchorage, Alaska, the proud parents and newborn son. named Lensin Gordon. flew to Washington 10 days later so Mr. Shelver could continue his studies at the University. Hillerest Homemakers To Meet October 16 The Hillcrest Homemakers Club will hold its next meeting Oct. 16 at the home of Mrs. Clarence Cornell, with Mrs. C. H. Clark as co-hostess. At their last meeting, 12 mem- bers were present along with one visitor, Mrs. Marion Helser. It was announced that anyone having leftover material please donate it to the organization for use in mak- ing quilts. If anyone is inter- ested, they are to contact Mrs. Louis Thomure, new Club presi- dent, at 426-8547. Marriage Licenses Applying for marriage licenses in the Mason County Auditors of- lice this past week were: Charles R. Green, 35, Bremcrton and Barbara K. West 23, Bremer- ' ton. Jean R. Kihl, 43. Seattle and Barbara M. Walton, 29, Renton. Terrance Brooks. 18 Williston, Fla., and Darryl Jean Jacobsen. 17, Burton. Clifford S. Pepper, 40, San Fran- cisco, Calif., and Virginia K. Ford, 41. Bremerton. Henry Schupp, 34 Bellingham, and Mary Gillmore, 33, Belling- ham. AMARANTH MEETING The Laurel Court, Order of Amaranth will hold its regular meeting Oct. 16 at 8:00 p.m. m the Masonic Temple. i ,6L 00SSFYRE Now you can have complete fire safety with a window for your fireplace. Glassfyre's folding F tempered glass provide maximum protection and easy fire tending. Glassfyre is economical  .... trois provide even temperature, a saving on fuel. the room, doesn't go up the chimney at night. clean, convenient . . prevents down drafts, elfin A variety of styles and finishes are available to fit and decorative theme. Fireplace SCreens & Ac A Variety of Free Standing * Franklin Stoves * Fire Hood * Acorn * Flare CARLSON TILE & 2335 Olympic Hwy. No. KIMBEL MOTORS, 1. Contest period is from Sept. 20. 1963, to 5 p.m., 26. 1963. 2. Each participating Plymouth dealership, ers and the receptacle for entry blanks, will holiday, at the Sahara[ Hote in Las vegas A each participating dealership:will be held at 5 P, to determine the winners. No consideration of P quired on the part of the entrant. 3. Contest is open to all adults, 21 years of cepting employees of the participating of their advertising agencies, or their families. 4. Entries are restricted to one per person per de 5. Each winning couple will receive a Sahara of a luxurious room for two nights double oCc certificate good for food and beverage in "Don er's"; conducted tour behind the scenes of the in the Casbah Lounge of the Sahara; midnight Room. including three cocktails per person; the Caravan Room; free bingo in the Lucky C Las Vegas. These holidays must be used by are good on a Sunday night---through Thursday idays and weekends excluded, printed' 6. Names and addresses of all entries must be ADDRESS NAME ...................................................................... CITY .................................................... STATE ............... LAUGH WITH ST AN BORESON & Popular Star of KING-TV and his performing Basset SHELTON GYH-OCT. 12-8 p.ft, Sponsored by High School Press Club as fund raising ADMISSION--Children 25 -- Students 50.  / laity:=