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2I 1963 ,IIELTON--MAo0N COUNTY JOURNAL Published in "ghr{&afoeb U.g.A.", Shelton, Washington PACE 17 i MEHU Nov. 25 - 28 with meat. buttered french milk. dog on but- green beans, fresh apples and - Turkey gravy ov- mixed veg- oatmeal -eran- and milk. Happy Thanksgiv- Vacation. It 'our child's diet from 's Rexall Phone 426-4642 Large Turnout For Bridge Club An exceptionally large turnout was experienced Monday evening at the regular meeting of the Shel- ton Bridge Club. North-South winners were Shir- ley and Pat Byrne, Jane and Got- (ion Bennett Rose and Bob Quire- by and Dorothy Oarrett and Per- ey Bean. East-West winners were Barbara and Marden Stroud, Mrs. Stella Hill[or and Mrs. ERa Rec- tor. Lois Lyon and Bill Batchelor and Gust[ Goldschmid and Dexter Edge. All interested bridge playeru are welcome. Play starts promptly at 7:30 p.m. SWIMMING PARTY FOR SEY CLUB The St. Edward's Youth Club will hold a swimming party from 7-8 p.m. Friday. This is not a pot- luck meeting, Members are re- minded to bring 50 cents witll them and to arrange for their own transportation to and from the pool. All Catholic Junior high students are invited to attend. e HARDWARE Q PAINTS 1 mile off highway on Cole Road Road Builder's Supply Ph. 426-8224 Social Even ts Society Editor Marj Waters Phone 426-4412 GOLDEN WEDDING ANNIVLRSARY OPEN HOUSE TO FETE COUPLE FIFTY YEARS OF MARRIAGE will be cause for a celebration in the Buck Prairie district December 1. An Open House will be held in honor of Mr. and Mrs, E. A."Bony" Loerstcher from 1-5 p.m. in their home, Honoring their parents on this momentuous occasion are their sons, Rudolph, Montesano, Ber. nard, Elma, Ernie, Elma, and Hartley, Shelton, and their wives, and their daughter and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph. (Ruth) Blundon, Grants Pass, Oregon. The Loertscher's eight grandchil- dren and four great-grandchildren will probably have a hand in the entertainment, too. Following their marriage November 25, 1913 in Tacoma, Mrs. and Mrs. Loetscher lived in Elma for three years, before moving to the Buck Prairie district in 1916 where they still make their home. Bony has been well known in logging circles since he was a youngster. At the age of 14 he was logging with oxen. Up until a little less than two years ago when Bony broke his leg he was still doing some logging. He also has somewhat of a reputation as a pretty good auctioneer. When Bony met his future wife she was cooking at a camp he was working for. Little did she know when she served him that first mea she was taking on a life-time job. The Loertscher's children will be on hand December 1 to help their parents greet their guests at the Open House in honor of their Golden Wedding An- niversary. Great New Economy! Great New Performancel AT NEW TIRE!. NOW WITH TUFSYN RUBBER BY GOODYEAR New shipment just delivered...ge[ your set today! Our first supply of this great new tire sold out early! TUBE-TYpE Blackwall Whitewall Size Price* Price* 6.70 x 15 $13.70 $16.70 7.10x 15 $16.25 $19.25 7.60x 15 $17,70 $20.70 This New Tire Fits Your Size BUDGET! TUBELESS BlackwaU Whitewall Size Price* Price* 6.00x 13 $12.25 $15,25 6.50 x 13 $13.30 $1,6.30 7.50 x 14 $15.80 $18.80 8.00 x 14 $17.95 $20.95 8.50 x 14 $19,70 $22.70 Blackwali Whitewall Size Pice* Price* 6.70 x 15 $15.80 $18.80 7.10 x 15 $17.95 $20.95 7.60 x 15 $19.70 $22,70 8.00 x 15 $22,35 $25.35 8.20x 15 $22.35 $25.35 * All prices plus tax and recappable tire Newl All-New! All-Weather! 25 Famous GOODYEAR Notion-wide ROAD HAZARD GUARANTEE New TUFSYN for Super-Durability! Tubeless 6.00 x 13 blackwall nlu * and recappable tire 3.T NYLON : f0r Super-Performancel No Money Down! Free Mounting! iTake Your Car Where the Tire Experts Are! .ON HJUB.ELLISON GO, TACOMA PUYALLUP /F'ront & Grove Sts. 19th & Pac. Ave. 5th & E. Main GOODYEAR DISTRIBUTORS FOR OVER "40 YEARS. Benefit Planned By Donnie J, Guild The Donn]e J. Orthopedic Guild held its May meeting at Mrs. tay Orr'8 1101310. Co-hostesses were Mesdames Joe Parsons. Gene Bay and Bob Ogden. The ham and turkey benefit was discussed and clmirman. Mrs. Joe Parsons. suggested all tickets be retnrned 1o her t)5' Nov. 19. The drawing ',viii be held Nov. 22. A card l)arty for members and guests followed the meeting with refreshmenls being served. IIOPITAL AITXIIJAllY SLATES MEETING There will be a general meeting of the Shelton General Hospital Auxiliary at 1 p.m. Monday in the [Mountain View To Host Joint PTA Meeting Monday A joint PTA meeting will be held at 8 p.m. Monday night at the Mountain View school. "The Self-hnprovement class, how it flmctions and how it compliments the regular elementary school pro- gram" will be presented by Theo- dore Gary, principal of the North Hill Elementary school where this system is now in practice. All are cordially invited to at- tend. The invocation will be given by Rev. Robert Wick of the Christian and Missionary Alliance church. Members of Mrs. Darrell Barnes' Brownie Troop No. 179 will present the colors and an in- fireplace room of the Episcopal spirational t,h(>ught will be given church. Members :u'e urged to at- by Glenn McGee. Refreshments tend. will be served. Silver-Work Glasses Are Planned Here The Shelton Rock and Mineral Society announced this week that Ed Crow. Renton. and the Boeing Employees' Mineralogical Society, will give Silver-work classes in Shelton. Crow and his brother Joe are nationally known for their lapi- dary and ilver work and have ex- hibited in most of the shows on the west coast. These classes are open to any- one. They will begin Jan. 5. from 1 to 3 p.m., at the old Capitol Hill Community Clubhouse. Any- one interested may obtgin fur- ther information and a, list of ma- terials by calling Mrs, Keith Byrd 426-4089, or Mrs, Lawrence Han- son 426-3648, Royal Neighbors To Plan Christmas Party Royal Neighbors of America will meet at 7:30 p.m. Monday in the Memorial Hall. Refreshments will be served by Mrs, Gerry Him- lie and Mrs. 5Iary Jadin. Door prize will be brought by Mrs. Vi Laugen. All members are urged to attend as plans will be made for the Christmas party. ONLY 13 MORE SHOPPING DAYS TILL XMAS - for family portraits at Dean's. (adv.) NEW MEMBERS WELGOHED TO ESA IN THE ABOVE Journal photo Mrs. Bill Kimbel (right) welcomes new members Mesdames Don Young, Jack Mallory, Joke Hall and Shirley Townsend (I. to r.) into the Bet Zeta Chapter, Epsilon Sigma Alpha. Mrs. Floyd Ridout conducted the impressive candle- light ceremony November 13 at the Tyee in Olympia. She was as- sisted by Mrs. Kimbel and Mrs. Bob Seibert. The new members were presented with corsages and a small gft by the chapter, A no host dinner followed lhe ceremony. EAGLES NEWS Eagles Auxiliary .No.. 2079 will hold a card party at 8 p.m. this Saturday at the Eagles ail2mrl hall. The public is invited. Card party winners for Nov. 9 were: Men's high, Don Ragan, 2nd high, Louis Herzog; women's high, Vi Laugen; 2nd high, Alice Her- zog. High series Went to Louis Hcr- zog ad Vi Laugen. Edna Knee- land and Louis Herzog won the traveling pinochle. Shelton Eagles attended a dis- trict meeting at Montcsano last Sunday. The meetings were well attended and a lovely dinner-was served afterwards. Attending from Shelton were the L. Loyd Lewis', Herman. Lor- enzens, Fred Stueks. Louis Her- zogs, Albert Lords, Heman Lear- nards and Frank Mako, Earl Leg- gett and Mrs. Myrtle Swearingen. The men brought back the travel- ing trophy. GOODVILL TRUCK The Goodwill trck will be in town next Tuesday. Phone 426- 4847 for pickups. e ECONOMY CHAMPS e '63 FALCON RANCHERO 101 HP engine, 6,000 miles '62 FALCON SEDAN 4 dr., deluxe trim, auto. trans. '61 FALCON WAGON 4 Dr. '61 HILLMAN MINX 4 dr. "4 on the floor" '60 RAMBLER AMERICAN 2 dr. station wagon '56 FORD CUSTOM 2 dr. 6 cyl. '55 FORD CUSTOMLINE 2 dr. 6 cyl. Other Good Used Oars '56 FORD Country Sedan 4 dr. V-, 9 pass. '56 PLYMOUTH Suburban 2 dr., V-8, auto. '53 FORD 2 dr. H.T. V.8 - O. D. TRUCKS '61 FORD Ton Style Side short box 6 cyl. '55 FORD Crew bus 30 passenger good for a big camper '45 4 x 4 1 ton steel flat bed '41 FORD  Ton Pickup JiB PAULEY INC. II 5th & Railroad BU Rose I Phone 426-8231 Bob Wolden ! tShellon Music .Club 'To Meet Tuesday The Shelton Music Club will meet at 8 p.m. next Tuesday at the home of Mrs. R. 'ft. Norvold. "Crusade for Strings" will be the program topic. Guest performers will be the pupils of Olga I4.. Stewart fl'om Olympia. Last Saturday ovening Mr. and Mrs. Bernhard Winiecki gave a dinner at their home for the ben- of it of the Music Club scholar- ship fund. The Shelton Music Club is af- filiated with the State and Nalion- al Federation ff Music Clubs. RUMMAGE SALE The Little Skookum Community Club will hold a rummage sale this Friday beginning at 9 a.m. in the PUD auditorium. SNOW TIRES HEW RECAPS RAUSCHER'S HEARS STRANOE VOICE, ANSWERS INSTANTLY ;::., :: .: l:!.) ::: %. "Coo." This was the staggering statement made by the young gentle- man above in reply to his grandmother's delighted volcc. His parents had phoned Grandma long distance to introduce him to the clan. Grandmother, who had been feeling londy, stated "Bless his heart-- I can't wait to see him. Thank you, dears, for calling--it's almost like having you all here." Have you shared some happiness with friends and family lately? Why not tonight? (The rates are/ even lower after 6, youknow.) PACIFIC NORTHWEST BrLL 1 THEY SAVED FOR m The home they've always wanted . .. exactly as they want it to be! It will soon be theirs... Because They Saved for it! They were smar in heir savings programt, too. They saved the down payment at TCF where their dollars were safe and earned st high dividend rate every three months. It was easy then to choose just the right TCF home loan to turn their dream into reality. If you have a dream home in mind, why not start now to make that dream come true? Start tomorrow by visiting any of TCF's three convenient offiCes. TCF's Shelton Branch is open until 3:30 Monday through Thursday, mfl until 5:30 Fridays for you added con- venience. *Each account insured up to $10,000 by Federal Savings & 'Loan Insurance Corp, TtlURSTON COUNTY FEDERAL SAVINGS & LOAN ASSOCIATiOlt Home Office Branch J r