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November 4, 1971     Shelton Mason County Journal
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13 Act on County have registered so in the annual which will be held ay afternoon and 13, at St. Lacey. local units will be 3,000 boys from and Mason counties participating in one this event. to participate so Shelton-Mason are the following a. 11 Chairman Neil of tin 112, Chairman Keith Plane Balsa Busters Club will host a at Sanderson Field Case of inclement will be changed start at noon and The activity Public as spectators charge. RACTER: a )roduced in the of daily duty. Woodrow Wilson Anderson, demonstration of fire building and cooking; Troop 155, Chairman Gordon Anderson, demonstration of signaling; Troop 160, Chairman Mrs. Shitman, exhibit of plastic tarps for tenting; Post 701, Chairman Laurence Star, exhibit on chemistry of wood and products; Post 711, Chairman Carey Thompson, exhibit on scuba diving. The Scout-O-Rama will be held at Capital Pavilion at St. Martin'sCollege, starting at 2 p.m. and running to 9 p.m. Nov. 13. A Scout-O-Rama is an activity-filled panorama of both exhibitions and demonstrations by Cubs, Scouts and Explorers. It is the Scouts' opportunity to show their parents, neighbors, friends and the general public what they can do. llckets are now on sale for the Scout-O-Rama. All tickets are $1. and admit one adult. High school and grade school students are free when accompanied by an adult. Scouts will be going door to door selling tickets to the Scout-O-Rama. Tickets may also be purchased at the door on the day of the event or at the Scout Service Center in Tumwater. Proceeds from the ticket sales benefit the individual Scout units selling the tickets and the Scout program for the entire council in this area. Couple By CARMEN YATES HARSTINE - October 22nd Brenda Glaser assisted by her sister, Sandy and brother, Rick and her morn, Bonnie and two friends spent the afternoon decking the Harstine Community Hall out in a pretty festive fashion. Saturday afternoon nearly 100 guests gathered at the Hall to witness the young couple joined in marriage by Reverend Foster from Lacey's Church of God. Brenda Glaser was a radiant and especially sweet bride in her street length white dress which featured white lace fan sleeves. She carried a bouquet of white spider mums and yellow rose buds as did her bridesmaid, Crissy Franich of Fife. Crissy, the bride's cousin wore a lovely yellow dress. Brenda's handsome groom, Orin Anderson was raised in Port Orchard and is currently employed at Bangor. The newlyweds will live at Navy Yard City. This past Monday Sue Healy accompanied by Audry ttinchcliff headed for Seattle for Sue to take her State Board Beauty Examination. Audry served as her model for the ordeal. Audry said a model for these sessions does not come out looking as if they'd just been to a Beauty Shop. Sue will know in about ten days whether she passed the exam. This past Saturday evening Jim and Ella McAuliffe had a big date to celebrate, their 30th rrle wedding anniversary. So they invited Jim's sister and her husband, Jack and Eileen Cruickshank to join them for dinner out. Down at the Bob Barnett home on the south end of the Island held an old fashion musical jam session strictly to the liking of the 'adult' generation. The group that gathered for the impromptu Halloween Party had a total of seven instruments, including a trombone, mandolin, bango guitars and accordians. The Carl Eshelman's are proud grandparents of a new grandson born last week. But grandpa and grandma will probably be ready for a bit of relaxing in the near future when their other three lively grandchildren can go back home to get acquainted with their new brother. A couple of weeks ago the Nesses had a family get together to help Ted and Elsie celebrate their 43rd wedding anniversary which is the 20th and also daughter, Patty's birthday on the 25th. Also present was son, Glen and his family. This past Sunday the Mattson family, new property owners dropped in to say 'Hi' to the Nesses after they'd stopped to inspect the remodeling being done on the house. They are from Portland. The Nesses have new tenants in one of their three apartments. They are the Mitchel Graces with all IsJan two preschool children. They are from Seattle. He is employed by the Weyerhaueser Company at Harstene Pointe. Helen Louise Simons and Elsie Ness have a nice 'arrangement' this fall. Helen picks grapes from the sparse grape crop and brings them to Elsie who makes the jelly which the two gals share. The AI Weihmans of Portland drove up to the Island to stay this past weekend. They had just returned from a month's trip back to New York in connection with Al's work. Their opinion of the big city were just the opposite. She really enjoyed it for a visit (but she wouldn't want to live there); he couldn't find anything to like about it even for a visit! Beulah Hitchcock went over to Olympia last week to spend a few days to be on hand for the numerous activities her two granddaughters were involved in for the Halloween holiday. While she was there Pauline Carries and her daughter Melanie dropped in to visit for awhile. Melanie is coming along exceptionally well following her long ordeal in a cast for nearly four months. For get well wishes this week, --==---- Call Us About OAK PARK A Planned ~L"~ ~ Unit Development 426-2646 HIMLIE REALTY, INC. - we may have to hire a carrier pigeon! For they are being sent all the way to Alameda, Calif. to lke Carlson who entered the hospital the first of this week for surgery. Oct. 18 Orvaline received a telegram from Denmark from her son, Luke who is currently stationed in Iceland. The big occasion was her birthday. There was just one catch to the message. It was written in the native language of Denmark! A day or so later a post card arrived from Luke with the translation. There will be a special SChOOl board lnee[ing tonight (Thursday). The five school boards from the near-by non-high districts will meet at Pioneer. the subject: financing of the Shelton ttigh School. The Advisory Board meeting will be post-poned one week due to this special meeting. Trouble with hydraulic_ systems? Your Standard Man, C. C. COLE & SONS, INC. Can Solve Your Problem. He's In Shelton - 426-4411 Standard Oil Company of California Yj %.. / FOR "OUR Formerly Beckwith's Jewelry White Gold Diamond Solitare Wedding Set Was $237.50 ....................... NOW Yellow Gold -ct. Diamond Wedding Set $ Was $250.00 ....................... NOW White Gold Diamond Wedding Set $I Was $125.00 ....................... NOW Antique Gold Diamond Wedding Set Was $200.00 ....................... NOW Diamond Pierced Earrings, 14 kt. Gold $ Was $119.00 ....................... NOW ;:;?. J[ il;i ijiii i!i!: : -!iiiiiii !!ii .................... i" Stanley B. Armstrong Olympic Research Division William F. Chase Olympic Research Di~iltl)n (;: O. Arthur Coffman ~ OlympieResUech Divan Marvin J. Anstey Olympic Research Division Floyd D. Watters Olympic Research Division Gents, 17-Jewel Day-Date, self-wind $ Was $95.00 ......................... NOW Gents, 17-Jewel, Day-Datb, Self-Wind ..,, ......... .4 .... NOW $ ,t9 Ladies, 17-Jewel, White Bracelet Watch $ Was $80.00 ......................... NOW Ladies, 17-Jewel Yellow Bracelet Watch Was $65.00 ......................... NOW Ladies, 23-Jewel, Diamond Watch, 1-full Carat Was $650.00 ...................... NOW I [ Rankin J. Lynch Olympic Research Division W. Paul Steensen Olympic Research Division John W. Luhm Olympic Research Division Alfred E. Baker Olympic Research Division Ralph E. Davison Olympic Research Division (They've been around a long time) I Oyonier Incorporated is proud to recognize these employees. Each have achieved 25 years of dedicated service to the company. producers -- important members, not only of the company, }the community also. These Reyonier men and women help pro- products we sell. Products such as chemical cellulose used in ire of over 6,000 products everything from artificial leather cleaner bags, end pulp that goes into the paper you read and Besides helping to produce pulp and chemical cellulose, products that in turn improve our standard of living, these loyal employees contribute much to the economic stability of our community. ITT Royonier Incorporated is o subsidiary of International Telephone and Telegraph Corporation. I~AYO N I E R Ladies Pearl and Genuine Amethyst was $60.so ............................... NOW Ladies Yellow Gold Pearl Ring Was $25.00 .................................. NOW Ladles Antique Gold Topaz Was $45.00 .................................. NOW Ladies Blue Sapphire was $68.00 .................................. NOW Ladies Genuine Opal was ss5.oo .................................. NOW Ladles Blue Llnde Star Sapphire was $52.5o .................................. NOW Ladies Yellow Gold Peridot Was $29.95 .................................. NOW Assorted Ladles Birthstone Rings War, $16.95 ................................... NOW Assorted Boys Sterling Rings was sz4.es .................................. NOW e Values From $2.00 Door Prizes Given Away Oaiiyl Easy Credit Terms Buy for Christmasl SAVE NOW! 5th and Franklin Thursday, November 4, 1971 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Page 21