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EXCHANGE NUPTIAL VOWS HERE MR. AND MRS. JAMES STREETER following their No- vember 9 wedding ceremony at 'the Shelton Methodist church. She is the former Louise Brown, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Brown, Shelton. He is the son of Mrs. Sam Shaw, Lacey. The bride is a graduate of Shelton High School. II I nadio & TV SERVICE black & white or color Orville "Dutch" Stanley PHONE 426-2014 Days or Evenings I I BECOMES MEMBER I I James A. Young, Shelton, a i i graduate student in inorganic i l chemistry at the University o I i Washington, was among 76 stu- i! dents and faculty members recent- lily elected to the Sigma Xi, nat- i tonal scientific research ociety. i[ The bravest thing you can do | when you are not brave is to pro- l l fell courage and act accordingly. | ---Corra Harris WlNOJAMMI Pelsloo Jeweled mowmen wat e/praoP, shock resistant, lumlnoul dial. NEVER BEFORE! Such precision-jeweled accuracy, luxury styling, lasting quality at this low price! A product of Bulova Over 50 quality Inspections Precision-jeweled movements Luxurioudy fin|shed cases Electronically timed Rugged dependability* Distinctly0 styles See our complete selection of superbly styled Caravelle fine jeweled watches from only $10.95 BL:KWITH JEWELRY 129 Railroad Phone 426-3283 Hood Canal Club t'h,,. J, , MR. AND MRS. I. V. YULE TO BE HONORED AT OPEN HOUSE Wins B00ok For TO CELEBRATE THEIR GOLDEN WEDDING ANNIVERSARY AtteMance |),,;--.. a ,.,., Today, Thursday, No,'. 28 The Hood Canal "Woman's Club Thanksgiving Day. Golden Age Club Thanksgiving met last Timr:sday with 22 mem- dinner. 4 p.m.. Memorial Hall. bets presem. Tlle 11 ,q.].] business session was conducted by Mrs. Re- Friday, Nov. 23 beTt Rowe. w'e:4ident. Exhibition basketball. Harlem Clowns vs. Sqmton Jaycees. 8 p.m. T Mrs. ?'i:,a .'Ti'!m" reported o( Shelt()n gym. the Peninstl: Di:t.i'icl meeting nl Santa Claus pays first visit of October :'0 held in SheHon. ghe season to Shelton as community present,d the ulub the book "Uni- Christmas tree on post office lawn ty and Divinity" won by it for is lighted at 7:30 p.m. Santa will . having the most membeTs in aL- listen to his small friends from . tendance .at the meeting. 7:30 to 8:30 in the old Journal Thig year . copy of the. club's quarters in the Angle Building at 1963-64 yearbook will be cnleTecl 4th -rod Raih'oad. in the Federalion's year book Sturday, Nov. 30 competition at the State Convcn- Driver's liuense examiner, .10 tion in Max, The booldet was cam- a.m. to 5 p.m.. police station. oi!e:l bv Mrs. Edward Jenner ant Sunday, Dee. 1 Mrs. Nina Miller. Waldo Chase. Shelton churches invite you to Union artist, made the picture for attend the churcb of your choice. the cover, a lovely mountain Monday, Dec. 2 scene in woodblock. County commission's meeting, A Christmas patty is being 10 a.m., eom'thouse. planned jointly with the Hood Ca- Evergreen PTA, 8 p.m.. at the nal Garden Club for member and school. their families to be held Decem- T,esday, Dec. 3 MR. AND MRS. I. V. YULE will be feted at an Open House in Simpson Timber Co. for 22 years, Since retiring he has[I ber 28. Kiwanis Club hmcheon, noon, honor of their Golden Wedding Anniversary this Sunday from 1-5 many hours of enjoyment in his hobby shod at his hence2.1 I The clubhouse was beautifully lIemorial Hall. p.m. at the home of their daughter and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. Yule is active in the Dirt Dobber Club and Ruby Re ! decorated in a Thanksgiving Har- City commission's meeting, 2 William Mallows. Their son. Howard, and his wife will help host Lodge No. 75. She has an interesting hobby of wood carVn.ntgt west theme by the Union members p.m., city hall. the event. The Mallows' residence is at the end of West "H" loves to cook for her two grandsons when she has the opp0Q,: who served a delicious hmcheon. Fred B. "vVivell Post 31. Ameri- street on Mountain View. Mr. and Ms. Yule were wed November The Yules are looking forward to greeting many of the frJ SeTving were the Mesdames Nina can Legion. 8 p.m.. Memorial hall. 30. 1913 in Choteau, Montana. They have lived the past 31 years, they have made in this community during the past year;' Miller. Lnd Andersen, Ethel DaN Wednesday, De('. 4 in Shelton. Before his retirement Mr. Yule was employed by the family has requested no gifts. by, Merritt Stark and Charles Driver's license examiner, 10 ........... / Wright. assisted by l1rs. Dwight a.m. to 5 p.m, police station. - .................................................................................................. Pierce. Annual Kiwanis Club football ....... | Guests were Mesdames Ruth banquet. 6:30 p.m., Mt View Girl Scout News Harmon. L. & Evans and Eva school cafeteria. Social Even ts I ro,,orpo 1, Hanson. Thursday, Dee. 5 first meeting November 18. The Steve Hale won the complete Rotary Club luncheon, noon. r one hour meeting was held at turkey dinner box offered by the lIing Tree Cafe. the Evergreen school in Mrs. club and in turn presented the box Yacht Club business meeting, 8 Society Editor Marj Waters Phone 426-4412 M:oss' first grade room. Nine as a gift to a family who might p.m.. PUD bldg. brownies were present. They v, ere: not otherwise have a Thanksgiv- Navy Mothers Club 7:30 p.m., ----= ]Ylerry Lynn Coffey, Debbie C)n- ing dinner. Memorial H,. Instructi Given WARC ,,-,,,ru'"er nelly, Pat Dunbar, Kay Hellman, Mrs. Verne Hill was-the happy 40 & 8 Voiture 135 December on Nora Nelson. Betsy Poe, Term Shelton winner of a box of chocolates. Promenade, dinner 7:00 pJn., Ramsfietd. and loxanne Wilson. Mr. and Mrs. embers of the club were hos- Prom 8:00 p.m., Vets Club. ESA Members On Sale Is Sucess$ Kay Hellman was in eharge ot Star Rt 1 Box teases last Sunday at the PUD No 1 open house, serving refresh- Glass A t Craft Three Winners Named ,o00,.eshm Merry Ly,,r, Coffey a boy, Nov. 22. ments. 1954 ISg CLASS r was in charge of the zei'reshmertts lvh'. and Mrs. The next regular meeting will REUNION MEETING Mrs. Bob Wolden was hostess The Mason County chapter of for the second meeti=g held Men- 1311 Summit Drive, a be held December 19. Guests are A class reunion planning meet- to the regular business and edu- the Washington Association for day 25. alvays welcomed, l{embers are ing for the ISR Class of 1954 will rational meeting of Beta Zeta Retarded "Children awarded its Tr,,,p 172 is opc for re'we .... aLlfl [ asked to bzSng wrapped exchange be held at 8 p.m. December 4 at Chapter, ESA Monday evening, hamper last Friday to W. S. Gra- members, Anyone interested in A BOY FOR V:G. gifts for :the afternoon gift ex- the home of Mrs. Georgia John- Educational director. M]:s. Floyd ham. Union. Second prize, which join, us is asked t COnLact emil. Capt. and Mrs. John 4 change. [son, 1410 East Ellinor St. Any- Ridout, insttacted members on was a pole lamp, went to D. J. Hdman, troop leader, or Mrs, became the parents of. a, one interested is asked to attend, g;lass arl. Each one made an Look. Shelton; third prize, a Tabor. assistant. November 25 in "vVemba g item covering it with the crack- planter with a tree, went to Tom Troop 172 and two oher troops, many, where he has le  led glass pieces. Brown, Sheiton. Members of one from lIt. View and one from ed for the past two yeat'd Mrs. Glenn Sowers Ways and WARC extend their thanks to Hi!lcrcst, joined in a songfes at grandparents are Mr. Means chairman, distributed the everyone who helped to make Evergreen school at 3:30 p.m. V. S. Valley. tickets on the chapter's yearly their hamper pT0ject a success. Tn,'sda:. a l! I philanthropic project to benefit At the November 22 meeting .Che_,'yl Tabop. Scribe Some 20 major feder Exceptional Foresters. Inc. of the group guest speaker was programs exist Their alti( A holiday dance will be held Van R. Hinkle, State Executive A great deal of talent is lost tors plan to lend $8.7 e$ December 7 at the Jaycee Hall. Director for WARC. He spoke on in this world for the want of a to guarantee and to int;al Anyone desiring" tickets may get Founding and Growth of Associa- little courage. -- Sydney Smith lion in loans this _f them from Mrs. Miekey Goodwin, tions for Retarded Children. His -- --  --- general chairman, research has brought out that Washington was the first state The chapter discussed Christ- to organize such an association. mas gifts for the Rogers school which will be taken out by the It was also brought out that members in December. Rogers school is fast becoming The next meeting will be De- crowded. So far no child has been cember 11 at the home of Mrs. tmed down but if enrollment Bill Kimbel. continues as it has in the past there will soon have to be a wait- ing list. CY0 Holy Hour Exceptional Foresters cut its first Christmas tree qovember Honors Memory Of A.yone wan.us a tree from the group should contact A1 XYag- President Kennedy nerf0r aatgood426"6889'cause. The profits go AYTINAL JR WARC wants to thank Epsilon m The CYO held a District Holy Sigma Alpha and Prepp's Rexall cJewcd:)/e Hour with the Bremerton CYO Store for donating candy again I teen club in St. Edward's Parish to Rogers school. in memory of President Jobn F. ulti vitamins Kennedy. N[embers of the Episco- m pal and Youth clubs ,-ere also Use Journal Want Ads present to pay their respects. Rev. Michael Feeney OSB, from St. Martin's Collge delivered the - - - sermon. Rev. Marion Roth OSB, 'assistant pastor of St. Edward's Mt. Moriah Lodge NAve tie welcome. Rev. Mark LEADERS' COUNCIL--Volunteer leaders are the key to 4-H Wiechmann said benediction. Re- A 1 .  A. I. Club success. Their business is run through the County 4-H sary was led by the CYO teens. Leaders' Council. The recently elected 1964 officers are: front Organist was Mrs. Ted Witten- O. 11 row seated, Mrs. Lawrence Bedel.I, preside, nt; Mrs. Joe Bourgaul,t, berg. secretary. Left, back row, Mrs. Frank Wolf, treasurer; Mrs. Servers were John Flower and Arthur Bakke, vice president. (Extension Service Photo) Ken Kneeland. General Chairman Stated Communication , was Kathy Flower and Fran THURSDAY, An important pat of the*4-H Mrs Frank Guyer, Mr. and Mrs. Demmon, president of the Brem- NOV. 30 -- 7:30 P.M. club program in Mason County Richard Kelley, James Hickson, erton district. A social hour was are the volunteer leaders who di- rs. Clifford Evans. Mrs. Fran held in tle church basement with Glen R. Hufnail, W.M. rect the activities of the young- Wolf. Mrs. Andrew. Stodden, Mrs. the Bremerton CYO presenting Arnold Cheney, Secretary sters in their clubs. Lucille Gribble, Mr. Ben Droke, entertainment. Mary Johnsen was The group met recently to elect rs. Robert Whitmarsh, Mrs. Joe chairman of refreshments.  _ - officers for the coming 4-H Club Bourgault, Mrs. Robert Ninnis, , Reg. $1.59 size year which is just getting start- Mrs. John MaeRae, Mrs. Robert TAMPAX ed. S.ternquist, Mrs. Eldon Harper, CLOSE OUT ON Ivfembers of Mason County 4-H Mrs. Eugene Evers. Doyle How- m m m la m m J ill Leaders' Council are: Mrs. Jerry ard, Ralph Saeger. Mrs. Joe Hill, Mrs. ArtNicklaus, Mrs. Aus-Brown, Mrs. lay Bracy, iV[rs. NEW '63" MODELS tin Hicks, :Mrs. Martifi Auseth, Don Wilson. lrs. Joyce Snyder,  ' @ 3rs. Tom Olson, 1V[rs. Victor Au- :Mrs. Laurence Bedell, Mrs. Arthur Reg. 83 size seth, Mrs. Max likkel,qJ, Mrs, Mell. Mr. andMrs. Marvin Christ- CREST TOOTHPASTE Ted Blair, Mr. and Mrs. Berg ianson, Mrs. Bernice Likes, Mrs. With 5 Year---50.000 Mile Warranty Day, Mrs. Charles M. Jackson, William Neal. Mrs. Ted Bare, VALIANT V-100 4 Door Sedan = '  Mrs. John Holtorf, lIrs. Karen M. Mrs. Kenneth Selvidge, Mrs. Diane Heater - Standard Transmission Anderson, rs..Jean Sharer. Mrs. Scovill, Mrs. Rebecca Maeomber Underseal - Padded Dash. _ June Harding, Mrs. Arthur Bakke, and Mrs. Ralph Simpson. Save $250.00 NOW $1,998.65 Reg. 69 size BELVEDERE 4 Door Sedan POLIDENT PLYMOUTH USED CARS Radio-Heater- Automatic Transmission . II II, = ,, II ,, i i i m ' Power Steering - Lots of other extras Save $500.00 NOW $2,777.70 ,og. s,.e $t1" '61 CORVAIR 4 door stick ................ $t 345 TOP QUALITY USED CARS APPLETS I 9 RAMBLER WAGON .................... $109S STATION WAGON , . , , , , , , , , ii I I II 6 cyl. Overdrive '59 CHEVROLET PARKWOOD 6 Passenger  " '57 PLY. STA. WGN. V-8-3 speed .... '595 ReconditionedRadi'Heater'. Automatlo- PowerReal Clean Steering ,eg. 59 size $ SAI '58 ]JY[BTJR 6 eyl, Automatic ............ 5 $1,395.00 ALKA SELTZER '58 FORD Fordor - 6 - Automatic. ....... $59,5 961 595 Radio- Heater- Hubs- Long Top- '55 DODGE Ton pickup - 4 speed ...... $ Big Mirrors - H. D. Rear Bumpers t00 Tablets 250 MG '53 FORD Sedan - Engine Rebuilt ........ '245 VIIAMIN ' i J [] sa i U t 2 DOOR HARDTOP '54 MERC. HTP. Sharp .......................... $39'5 ,58 PONTIAC CHIEFTAN CATALINA --- GOOD D EALS Radio-Heater - Automatic Transmission ,OOTHIAMIN, OMO E $699.00 . , REAL SHARP "'" "''" " "'" OH LEFT OVER 4DoorSedn Radio-Heater . Overdrive - One Owner ,AAb UUUItEAEAFmA' See It To Believe It At $345.00 Ill-W, LUE USED TRUCKS II1-C0 l"lke M tIURRY ONLY 2 LEFT Pickups - 4 Wheel Drives - Cab & Chassis Dumps  We have several in stock - panels PAULEY HOTORS KIRK MOTORS IHC. Front & Railroad 426-8183 707 S. FiPst S. 42J-3433 In Evergreen Square