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PACE I 0 GET DEGREES i Dirt Dobbers Attend Four Mason County students were among those getting degrees Cross-Sound Meeting from the University of Vashing- I A recent meeting of the Cross- ton at the end of the summer I Sound District of the Washington quarter. From Shelton were Fred- State Federation of Garden Crabs tie Frank, John Schur and Donald was held in Poulsbo. FollowinK the Stoppler and from Belfair Ellen business meeting, the new officers Bert. of the Dist..ct were installed. .......................................... After the business meeting, an NEW BLUE OX FRID. - SAT.-8 p.m. ONLY Sun.-1:30 p.m. Closed Sun. night COMING MON., OCT. 21 ADULT PROGRAM No One Under 18 Please interesting lower arrangement de- monstration was given on the dif- ,ferenee in the old-fashioned way of arranging flowers in contrast to the new and modernistic forms. The local Dirt Dobber Club feel honored to have one of its mem- bers. Mrs. Claude Rhodes, accept ihe position of Chairman of "World Gardening, at the meeting. Local Dirt Dobber Club mere- hers attending this Cross-Sound meeting were: Mrs. Charles Cant- agno; Mrs. Victor Franklin; Mrs. John Taylor: Mrs. Claude Rhodes; Mrs. Russell Sclroeder; Mrs. Olaf Johnsen: Mrs. Elroy Nelson; Mrs. Orin Brumbaugh; and Mrs. A. H. Goodwin AMARANTH RUMMAGE SALE There will be a rummage sale this Thlrsday and Friday,&apos; Oct. 17 and 18 in the P. O. Building (next door to the library) by Lau- rel Court No, 26, Order of Am- aranth. GO MO00)00E-RN GO GAS IN YOUR HOHE Find out for yourself why natural gas is best for your home. This CLEAN, QUIET, DE- PENDABLE, ECONOMICAL, CAREFREE modern fuel has versatility unlimited. It heat s, cooks, cools, heats water, refrigerates, washes dishes, dries clothes, incinerates.., better, and for less. Heating conversions are inexpensive. A phone call to us (or to your favorite heat- ing dealers) will bring you full details. CASCADE NATURAL GAS 122 South 3rd St, Phone 426-9433 i i i H ,ItELTON MASON COUNTY JOURNAL--Published in "Christmasiowb U.S.A.", Shelton, Washington Social Even ts Society Editor Marj Waters Phone 426-4412 SHELTONITE EXCHANGES 0WS Mr. and Mrs. Antone Bisser are shown leaving the church after their wedding Sept. 7 in Reno, Nev. Mrs. Bisser is the former Sharon Carmody of Sparks, Nev. Mr. Bisser is a Shelton High School graduate of 1960. September 7 was the date chos- en for the wedding of Sharon Car- mody, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Carmody of Sparks. Nev., to Antone Bisser, son of Mr. and Mrs. Victor Bisser of Shelton. The wedding was performed at the Lutheran Church of the Good Shepherd in Rgnc Nev. As the couple exchanged vows before an alter banked with au- tumn-hued chrysanthemums and gladioli special wedding music wan provided on the organ and Miss Phyllis Breenen sang "Oh Perfect Love" and "Because", The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a white satin floor-length gown, fashioned with sweetheart neckline and fitted bo- dice. Her waist,length veil of il- hmion net was held by a wreath of stephanotis. Her bouquet was a cascade of autumn roses, stephan- otis and greenery. Wearing a waltz-length gmm of gold with matching accessories was the bride's only attendant. Mrs. Gary O'Neal, Her bouquet matched that of the bride's. Serving as best man for the groom was his father, Mr. Victor Bisser. Ushers were the bride's Now five kinds of Chevrolets forall kinds of people !" Homemakers Gouncll To Hear Head Of Maple Lane Girl's School Understanding the problems of the delinquent girl WAS the cen- tral theme for the Mason Coun- ty Homemakers' AssociaLion An- nual Fall Meeting on Tuesday. October 15. held at the Matlock Grange Hall Thomas R. Pinnoek. head of the Maple Lane Correction School for Gtrls was the featured speak- er in the Aftra'noon program. The morning session was devoted to business and convention reports. Homemakers attending the State Homemakers' Convention held in Longview c,n Oct. 8, 9 and ] 0 xveve Mrs. Lawrence Gosser, Mrs. Clarence Cornell. Mrs. A \\;V, \\;Vria'ht, Mrs. Tony Kriefels, Mrs, William Walko and Mrs. John BAnkS. These members attended the Tuesday session which fea- lured Dr. Edward Pope of \\;Vash- inLton. D.C. E-<tension Scryice as guest speaker Oct. 9 and 10. Mrs. John Holtorf and the County Ag- ent. Mrs. Jane "Windsor. repre- sented the Mason County Home- makers' Association for the busi- ness sesmon and the banquet. The two clubs of Mason County who received annual State Achievement Certificates were Piekering Home- makers and Hillerest Homemakers. MASON COUNTY Hon]emak- ers' Association is a group of homemaker clubs voluntarily or- ganized that use the Agricultur- Al Extension ervice as a som'ce of education. Some of the leader training lessons included for this coming year are: Making Draper- ies. Care of Kitchen Ware and Shoe Buying. The program is planned by the Mason County Homemakers' Council and reflects the needs and interests of the pres- ent day homemaker. Local Dirt Dobbers Name New Officers I The Dirt Dobbers Garden Club held its regular meeting Tuesday, Oct. 8, in the PUD auditorium. The business meeting was con- ducted by the newly installed of- ricers. During the hmch hour, spe- cia recognition was paid to Mrs. * * Russell Sehroeder, the retiring pre- brother', Donald Carmody, and her sident. cousin, Marvin Jeppson. The slate of new officers and A reception was held in the standing committees are President. home of the bride's parents fol- Mrs. A. H. Goodwin: First vice lowing the Wedding ceremony. Re- president, Mrs. Olaf Johnsen: peating the autumn color scheme second vice president, Mrs. Orin were floral arrangements and tiny Brumbaugh; recording secretary, golden bags of rice presented each KIrs. M. H. Lambert; treasurer. guest at the door. Mrs. Carl Emsley; corresponding Guests attending the wedding secretary, Mrs. Russell Sctwoeder; from Shelton included the groom's programs and yearbook. Mrs. Vic- parents. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Bis- tot Frankiin, Mrs. John Taylor, and Mrs. Orin Brumbaugh; Ways ser and Mr. and Mrs. A. J, Downer, and MeAns, Mrs. Olaf Johnsen and aunt and uncle of the groom. Mrs. Ira Yule. The new Mrs. Bisser is a grad- Historian. Mrs: 4-)rdon Clapper; uate of Sparks High School, Sparks. Nev. and Idaho State Col- publicity, Mrs. Archie Underwood; lege, where she earned a degree sick call Mrs. Delbert Weston; in nursing. Mr. Bisser graduated hostesses. Mrs. Jess Baxter and from Shelton High School in 1960, Mrs. Richard Baxter; tra nsporta- ........ tion. Mrs. Carl Emslev; conner- and is com))leting his military tour of duty at Schilling AFB. Kan. ration and librarian. Mrs. M. H. The couple is malting its first Lambert: fair board chairman, home at 401 South 10th, Salina, Mrs. Russell Schroeder; horticul- Kansas. ture. Mrs. Mary Bednarski; tele- phone committee; Mrs. Clande Rhodes, Mrs. Eh'oy Nelson, Mrs. RALVATION ARMY John Taylor, Mrs. Mable Hall and The Salvation Army truck will Mrs. Roy Baker; parliamentarian. be in Shelton Oct. 22. For pickups, Mrs. George Imhoff; and audit- call 426-6564 or leave articles on ing, Mrs. Charles Castagno, Mrs. porch at 325 Nm'th 5th. Lucille Speece. and Mrs. Glen Chase. Twenty members and one "J"ml- tot. Mrs. Winifred Carr. attended the meeting. Carnival Slated For Southside Nov. 2 At the Oct. 7th 'meeting of the Southside PTO guest speaker was Mrs. Andrew Beelik of the Shel- ton Public Library. The topic of her talk was "The Library and Children". Coming under old business. members were reminded that the membership drive ends Nov. 1 and the white elephant contest will be concluded Oct. 18. Also, any- one having extra coat hangers is requested to bring them to the next meeting. Under new business, reports were given for the Carnival to be held Nov 2 at the Southside School from 3 to 9 p.m. There will be a ham dinner from 5 to 7:30 followed by an auction, some- thing new for the Carnival. The proceeds from the carnival will go for more books for the library. The Carnival this year will prove to be a source of entertainment.for every member of the family. Be- sides the ham dinner .and auction, there Will be a cake walk, a .gift booth, bake sale, fortune telling, movies, sillhouettes, and games. S.R:A. "I'TNOCHISE The S.R.A. Pinochle Club will meet at the Memorial Hall on Oct. 21 at 8 p.m. If interested, call 426-8115. CARD iART Y The first of a series of card parties Will be given by the Mid- dle Skooraish ImproVement Club in the Club House Saturday, Oc- tober 19, starting at 8:15 p:m. JET-SMOOTH LUXURY CHEVRoLET--For luxury- loVing people. Rich new styling, finer appointments ia all four series and 15 models. Engines up to 425 hp*, manual or Powerglide* transmissions, NEW CHEVELLE--For pacesetting people, A totally. new kind of car with small-car handling, big-car comfort[ Styling that makes expensive cars jealous, Three series and 11 models, and a full choice of engine and trans- mission teams! CHEVY II--For practical people. Chevy II 'ith new V8 power* for fun-on-a-shoestring. Stretches the shoestring further with 4- and 6-cylinder engines, Chevy II's six models in two series all act like they're bigger, more expensive ears! CORVAIR--For fun-loving people. More fun than ever from Corvair's, new bigger engine! Same Corvair handling and riding ease in 9 models--including the 150-hp Turboeharged Spyders[ CORVETTE--For sports-minded people, Corvette now rides softer, smoother--but loses none of its gusto because its big V8 offers versions from 250 to 375 hp*! Want to get together with other ear-loving people? Go see your Chevrolet dealer,.., he likes all kinds! *optional at extra cost See five entirely different lines of cars at your Chevrolet Showroom -- CHEVROLET, CHEVELLE, CHEVY 12, CORVAIR & CORVETTE MER CHEVROLET COMPANY FIRST & GROVE STS. SHELTON 426-4426 WATCH FOR TURNING CARS WINNER, AAA TRAFFIC SAFETy POSTff. ONTiiST OPEN HOUSE HONORS COUPLE Mr. and Mrs, W. A. Lynn were recently honored at a 50th wedding anniversary celebration held at the Moose Hall. They are shown cutting their cake, baked and decorated by their daughter. Friends and relatives gathered at the l%oose Hall in Shelton Oct. 6 for the 50th wedding anniver- sary of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Lynn. An open house was held from 1:30 to 4:30, with over 100 gnests sign- ir/g the guest book. The party was given by the eight children or Mr. and Mrs. Lynn. Of-he eight children, all but one was in attendance, Ken- I neth Lynn of Seaside, Ore. Those attending were James Lynn, Van- eouver, Wash.; Donald Lynn, Shel- ton; Mrs. Jeanette Cuipepper, Ed- monds; Mrs. Charlotte Kolane Na- pavine; Mrs. Lucy Kingsbury, ed into the hall by grandson Mar ty Simmons and great-grandson Leigh Devaney, while Mrs. Bea Larson sang, "I Love You Truly". At this time the children present- cd their mother with a corsage. Helping with the reception was Mrs. Myrtle Torpin. sister of Mrs. Lynn, pouring tea; Mrs. Nita Fisk, punch; Mabel Hall. cake; Mrs, Ellen Harrison, coffee; Mrs. Geor- gia Miller, gamst book; and Janet Devaney, grand-daughter, gift ta- ble. The very elabmate cake for the affair was baked and decorated by the Lynn's daughter, Mrs. Jean- Hillsboro. Ore.; Mrs. Delphia Spen- cer, Mossyrock; and Mrs. Delores . Simmons Lilliwaup. Mr. and Mrs. Lynn were escort= GOLDEN AGE CI,UB The Golden Age Club will meet at tim lVIemorial HAll Oct. 24 at 6 p.m. for a potluck dinner. At the last meeting, 47 were present, with five visitors. It Was reported that several of T he members are ill at present. EAGLES POTLUCK The Fraternal order of Eagles Aerie No. 2079 will have a pot- luck dinner at 6:30 Oct. 22 at the Eagles Hall at the Shelton Air- port. Guest speaker for the evening will be Jonny Barrtell, State Con- ductor. All members are requested to be preent. FACULTY WIVES There will be a meeting of the Faculty Wives Monday, Oct. 21 at 8 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Geo. Kaszycki, 2015 Adams St. Guest for the evening will be Mrs. Doris Bailey of the Bamboo Shop. She will give demonstra- tions of Fall and Christmas dec- orations and arrangements. nette Culpepper. FREEZER Thursday, 0< MI;,ION AR 2 The "Belty Circle of t]e hcl(l its m:,cting at home of ]{l,S. ]owin n desscrL tions were gven Contts. The afternoon work for the school. Sixteen men] visito] enjoyed the From Nell Here at cy we take a truly professiona so that there can misunderstanding vitamins which help to you. There for this professional one which we are glad to give to we're always glad tor's prescription onr main profe we're also here ly service in eX! c which can be of Ie Open Daily Saturdays  9: Neirs 4th & Raih H EATS B COSTS The I FA<::T] is : It is claimed that a home can be he electricity for 14-15 a square foot. THE SAME HOME CA HEATED BY A MODERN OIL FURNACE FOR LESS THAN SQUARE FOOT! In addition, an oil furnace will provide lated, humidified air, the hospital cleanliness of air filtration, and from worry about red hot or overloaded wiring. Don't fall for bunkum and baloney. Electric heating costs as much as oil heat. And good health and comfort require proper ventilation.., the movement of fresh, warmed air-not a tightly-sealed "vacuum bottle" atmosphereo Enjoy lower monthly heating costs, with safer, healthier 0il Heat. OIL HEAT INSTITUTE OF WASHINGTON 407 So. First St. Western Farmers Extra Convelfienee and Economy in your home. Up To $25.00 Savings On Some Types of Freezers during this off car freezer sale. SEE UNI,GO FREEZERS at TAKE ADVANTAGE NOW!