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the State Convention Cllristian Temp- Olympia last week Johnson and the Howe, Roy Eells, Harold Chase. Ne- Turner and el- Also attending the banquet were Roberts and Mrs. state officers were Mrs. Charles A, vice president, Pittan, Wooand ; secretary, Mrs. Seattle; record- Mrs. Ralph J. treasurer, Mrs. Bellingham. Mrs. was appointed a the organization, WEDDING and relatives ga- y of God 101-21 J October marriage of Miss Johns and Mr. douhle-ring cere- amidst a set- by Rev. Mc- gave her in the daughter of Steve Johns, Shel- Mesplie, Shelton, bridegroom. carnations ac- lace floor-length the bride. Her Etta Hart- Lgth gown ..White carnations. Mesplie were Johns, Jr., was man for the Dave Lopeman. by Mrs. Me- Alex Gouley, ZOO]her wore a dress beige dress was me- dinner and re- d at the Kamilche following the cer- Fluckinger cut e. Georgia Johns attended the "Will live in Kamil- is employed Bride honoring Mrs. atthews was giv-" Mrs. Paul Hurst arles Hurst at the latter. Dahlias in and cream "vith decorated the enjoyed ;ames Which were ser- oT the evening. and many love- received by the new For hters raeeting of Job's held Oct. 15. Ini- for Joyce Powell, Aleca Rudll. Jobie partici- received the award. The awarded to Di- initiatory worE. on the De- publicity, in Aberdeen and Grandma and presented' the horn of plenty appreciated. the new mem- and congrat- were served. MISS LALIGKER TO WED LOCAL MAN SET DATE--Mr. and Mrs. Clyde R. Lalicker, Yakima, announce the engagement of their daughter, Sherry Nadine, to Mr. Perry Gerald Christensen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur C. Chistensen, Shelton. Miss Lalicker is attending Yakima Valley college. Her fiance, a graduate of Shelton High school, is assistant manager at the Shelton Tradewell store. A January 4, 1964 wedding date has been set. SEQUIM IS LOCATION FOR DISTRICT MEET OF FEDERATED GARDEN CLUBS ordinator: Mrs. Carl Blank. Mrs. R. V. Paulson and Mrs. Alvin Carl- son of Bremerton. Although the lists of chairmen for the many committees has not as yet been completed, Mrs. Hunt announced the names of those who have been chosen so far: Decora- tions, both (-tistricts. Mrs. Robert Nelson; table decorations, botti dis- triets, Mrs. I. Rants: exhibits. Olympic District, Mrs. David Hope; flower arrangements, both districts. Mrs. Seymour Howard: hospitality, Olympic District. Mrs. Horace Gleason and Mrs. Gordon Hunt; hostesses, both districts, Mrs. Jack Plaskett. Music and entertainment, both districts, Mrs. Hunt and Mrs. Paulson: program. Mrs. Paulson and Mrs. Hunt; properties. Olym- pic District. Mrs. Maloney; regis- ttation. Olympic District, Mrs. Carl Blank; commercial favors, both districts. Mrs. Lillie New- ton; corsages, Olympic district, Mrs. Pmfl Thiele and Mrs. H. Ahl- vers: sales both districts, Beach- combers Club: tote bags, both dis- tricts, Mrs. J. Kamamoto. Menus, Olympic district. Mrs. H. Ahlvers; place cards, Olympic Dis- trict. Mrs. Priest; protocol and seating, Cross Sound District. Mrs. Carlson; welcoming tea. both dis- tricts, Mrs. James Moulton; hous- ing and" reservations. Olympic Dis- trict, Mrs. J. Neimeyer; bus tour, Olympic District, Mrs. Larry Win- ters; tea. afternoon tour, Olympic District, Mrs. John Doerr: badges, Olympic District, Hood Canal club in charge; breaTdast favors, Bog- achiel Garden Club. After announcing there would be a drift wood work day at te Gardine School November 5 Mrs. Taylor adjourned the erring. Slides of the flower show spon- sored by the State Federation of Garaen Clubs which was held last year at the fair were shown then for the "pleasure of the guests. The regular scheduled meeting of the Olympic District of Feder- ated Garden Clubs was held in Sequim Oct. 15 at the VFW Hall with the Sequim Prairie Garden Club as hosts, Although the wea- ther was much too nice for any gardener to be indoors, 80 mem- bers and three guests attended the meeting. Mrs. Gerald Hunt, out-going dis- trict president, presided at the morning session at which time she called for the final reports of her chairmen. A program fol- lowed. ' Mrs. C. Fields, a dahlia expert, gave a most interesting talk on that flower. She explained to the group how tubers should be stored for the' winter and demonstrated how to divide the clumps for spring planting. She brought with her specimens of many varieties. At 11:45 a.m. the newly elected ofhcers of the district were instal- lea, namely: Mrs. G. F. Taylor of Lake Leland, director; Mrs. R. A. Nelson of Dungeness. first assist- ant director;. Mrs. Ansgar Peder- son of Nordland. second assistant director; Mrs. David Hope of Se- quire, recording secretary; Mrs. Floyd Hart of Port Townsend. re- cording secretary; Mrs. Herman Alhvers of Port Angeles, treasur- er; and Mrs. Gerald Hunt of Port Townsend, parliamentarian. After lhe 12:30 p.m. luncheon a drawing was held for the many useful door prizes which had been contributed by the merchants of Sequim. The meeting was resum- ed with the newly elected direc- tor, Mrs. Taylor, presiding. Mrs. Taylor called on Mrs. Hunt to speak on the 1964 state convention plans to this effect: The convention will be held in Port Angeles June 10-12 under the auspices of the Olympic and Cross Sound distrcts. The chosen theme of the convention is ,'Nature's Treasures". The four chairmen in charge are Mrs. Gerald Hunt, co- For Your Home -- Economical, Practical OUTDOOR ILLUHINATION cents a night you can light up your front you can install a modern efficient house or garage, you can banish the your patio or recreational area. YOUR home with one or more efficient lights. 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Washington Hood Canal Giuh i$oialEvents Completes Kerean Boy:s Chdsrnas Box The October 17 meeting, of the .oodte,dedCan.lby W"'" S,.emb,.sCh,bandWaSnincat Red (ross Makes 1 Masoni Past Masters g].s,s at ,hc P,...b ,l.bho.s, Plans For Coming Hight Slated Saturday In the president's absence, firsl vice president Mrs. Edward Jen- ner. presided. Guests included Mesdames Walter Carpenter. Ella Lang, Ann Klassel (first president of the elub Iqrla Maytin. Frances Rueker, J. E. Schoenberger Edith Edwards. Mary Drennen of Taco- ma and Mrs. Pierce Linberg, Pu- yallup. Lllncheon hoslesses were Mes- dames William Gilbert. Verne Hill. John Short sleeves and H I. Mile. Mrs. Hill decora.ted the tahles with bowls of small zi]mias from her garden. A six-year-old Korean boy will be ire recipient of a box loaded with a large variety of gifts at Christnms due to the nany mem- bers remembering to bring gifts for him The elub has sponsored a Korean orphan for the past five years. Mrs. Pierce Linberg of Puyallup, Peninsula District President of Federated Won]en's Clubs. was gnest speaker of the afternoon She spoke to the club on Realis- tic Approach to club work and gave the history of Club Federa- tion reminding members there are 11 million women .in the Federa- tion. The members enjoyed listening to a recorded mmg "Strengthen The Arm of Liberty", that was written especially for the Federa- tion and presented to its National President by the authors of the famous song "Tea for Two". The plant sale at the Bring and Buy table delighted many. Mrs. D. H. Pierce retJorted the rl]m- age sale held Oct. 11 a success. The club's card party Oct. 18 was enjoyed by those who attended. International Relations will be the subject of the program Nov. 21. All members are urged to be present to vote on the newly re- vised constitution and by-laws of the club. Club members and friends ex- tend their deepest-sympathy to Ann Rowe. the president, and her husband.Robert, in the tragic loss of their grandson, Edward Con- rad Barren of Seattle. Oct 13 at Ellensburg. Edward, eight, was injured fatally when the horse he was riding bolted, frightened by a shot from a hunter's gun. Holiday Months Cascade Council of American Red Cross ]net a the Shelton Ho- tel October 1.4 with representa- Lives present from Thurston Ma- son. Pierce and Grays Harbor counties, Vort Lewis Auxiliary and MeChord Air Bftse. Red Cross rec- reation workegs from Madigan, American Lake and Western State hospitals were present and pre- sented their requisitions for Nov- ember and December activities. Plans are ah'eady under way for Chrzstmas observance. Local contributions this month were 33 dozen cookies and prizes for games from the VFW Auxil- iary and cookies from Piekering Homemalers Club and Mrs. Iurl Jemison. The cookies are used-for afternoon coffee breaks in the wards at Madigan and for dances at American Lake. Patients' birth- days are observed at V[adigan by a ward party with the cakes fur- nished by Ft. Lewis Auxiliary. Madison Hospital would like more new or nsed paper-back books as well as comic books for the children's wards. OES SOCIAL CLUB LUNCHEON MEETING Social Club of Velcome Chap- ter OES will meet for a 12:30 p.m. luncheon November 5 at the Phil- lips Lake home of Mrs. Magruder. Those wishing transportation please be at Mrs. Hack's at 12 noon. Mr. Moriah Masonic Lodge wil host its annual Past Masters night this Saturday evening in the Ma- sonic Temple in Shelton. A 6:30 :tlnner will open the eve- ning's program with wives invited to join their Masonic husbands for this part of the time]ion. The lodge's stated eomnmnieafion will be held at 8:00 o'clock. Worship- ful Master Glen Hufnail announ- COn. Halloween Dance For Salty Sashayer Club The Salty Sa.shayer Square Dance Club will have its Hallow- een dance this Saturday night at PACE .15 Hillcrest Homemakers Have Demonstration ;0y t-o'tak The next meeting of the Hill- 7 crest Homemakers Club will be at the home of Mrs. Charles DeMoss, 1620 Mason St., on Nov. 5 at 12 noon. Mr.. May Burgess will act as hostess. At their last meeting, held in the home of Mrs. Ellis Wells, 13 members and three visitors were present. Visiting were Mr. and Mrs. Richard Clifton and son. Mr. Clifton gave an interesting dem- onstration on leaf painting. Junior High Girls Install New Officers Eighteen girls were installed in their offices of Girls' Leagnm at Shelton Junior high sclmol Oct. 16. After an hour assembly the girls entertained their mothers and tea- chers at a social hour in the cafe- teria. Miss Koenig presided at the sil- ver service and Cindy Stentz at the punch bowl. Elected officers for this school Mmnorial Hall. A special fun year are: Candi Nutt, presidenti night is being plmmed with door Linda Barrom, vice president; and prizes and refreshments. Anne Connolly, secretary. Dancing will begin at 8:30 p.m. with Bennie Berndson of Olympia as caller. At 11:30 p.m. a pot- luck supper will be served. Hosts for the evenhg are Mr. and :Mrs, Carl Downing and Mr. and Mrs, non Gosser. [00foolish chances eplace your cracked 1  windows wlth PITTSBURGH SAFETY GLASS Our complete stocks of, DUPLATE s=e., Pl,, o=,. DUOLITE a vn,n, ot., SOLEX ' Heot.,Absorbln OIm mmu ou prompt, efficient glmm I placeznent Jobs in all makes aml isodek = =at= on the road thy, CArt t  ReR IIA}I GRIMES & McNEIL 3rd & Grove Sts. FAREWELL DINNER FETES DR. FOIIMAN Shelton General Hospital person- nel and medical staff feted Dr. B. B. Forman at a farewell dinner held at Alderbrook Inn last Thursday evening. Dr. Forman is leaving the community to accept a position at the University of Arizona in Tucson. 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