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December 5, 1963

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PAGE 2 | New Officers For B Sharp Club The December 4 meeting of the B Sharp Junior Music Club. affili- ate of State and National Fed- eration of Music Clubs.. was held at the Methodist church after school for the purpose of install- ing officers elected for 1963-64. New officers include: President. Julie Remsberg; vice president, Sandy Johnson; secretary, Laure Hard; treasurer, Vicld LaChance. The flower ritual installationwas assisted by Jayne Look and Cyn- thia Rice, past officers of B Sharp. The group&apos;s theme will be "Listen to the People". a study oJ: American folk music. Group singing was led by song leader Cynthia Rice. Refreshments were served by Sandy and Susan Johnson. .............................. Journal Want Ads GLASSFYRE {$;. ap, v.-._ Let Your Saving Od Fuel Make your monthly payments on your GLASSFYRE DOOR and See our line of Franklin Stoves ! Carlson's Tile ; ; Fireplace Shop on Mr. View i Film On National VFW Home To Be Shown Friday Night VFW Post: 1694 is receiwng a film on the National Home at Eat- on Rapids for' showing at the meeting thi IVriday night. Not enough is known aboltl the home by the individual. The film wil! acquaint members with facts they sho'a!d know Children of a member who was in good standing for one year pri- or to deaih or disablement are eligible to live at the home. Chil- dren of an auxiliary member who had foreign military service her- self and had been a member in good standing for a year prior to her death or disablement are al- so eligible. The children live in a home with a house mother. Their life is kept as nearly normal as possible. Top education benefits and the best medical attention are available to them. If there is enough call for it the film. will be shown again at the district meeting this Satur- day in Shelton. Brownies Welcome New Members The second meeting of Brownie Troop 172 was held Monday at the Evergreen school in Mrs. Moss' first grade room. The troop wel- comed two new members, Cindy Mongen and Joyce Look. Merry Lynn Coffey served the treat. Debbie Connally will be in charge of the refreshments next Monday. Mrs. Hellman. troop lead- er, gave a lesson on the flag. Projects were continued from last meeting such as weaving, starting hand plaques and paint- ing creative cats from bottles. The new Brownie handbooks were passed out. The. troop is still open to new members. Anyone interested is asked to contact Mrs. Hellman or Mrs. Tabor. . Cheryl Tabor, scribe WSNA MEETING There will be a regular meeting of the Washington State Nurses Association at 8 p.m. next Tues- day at the home of Mrs. Hazel Barnett, 1420 Holman street. MISS LALICKER FETED AT BRIDAL SHOWER A bridal shower honoring Miss Sherry Lalicker, bride-elect o Mr. Perry Christensen was held last Friday at the Island Lake hpme of Mrs. Everett Hatch. Co- hostess was Mrs. Anton Mroz. Game prizes went to Mrs. Clyde Lalicker and Mrs. Eugene Stacy. The honored guest was ac- companied from Yakima by her mother, Mrs. Clyde Lalicker. *<LookiVtg for a way to save mon- eyY Elyers Who file their quar- teriy's5ci[1 security reports late pay an unnecessary added expense it penalty taxes. File your em- ployer quarterly reports on time. now selting for 0niY g5 Easiest to play of all musical instruments! This re markable home organ has brought the joy of mak- ' ing musm to thousands and thousands of people everywhere. and now you can own it at the lowest price in its successful history. t's never been so easy to step up to a real percussion organ with two 44-note manuals. We have a complete selection of styles and fine wood finishes. Come in or call us today. FREE HOME TRIAL EASY BUDGET PLAN q IOHHHY'S ltiUS BOI 205 Cots St. StIELTON--MASON COUNTY JOURNAL- Published in "Christmastowb U.KA.", ZheRon, Wauhlngton Thursday, December 5o c/a/ Even ts Society Editor Marj Waters , Phone 426-4412 4-H NEWS Agate Ti 1) Top Club New ofieers of the Agate Tip Too 4-H club are Laura Tokas. president; Tami Craig, vice pres- ident; Kathy l)ickenson, secre- tary; Linda Gates. historian and Carolynn Auseth, reporter. The members have been making plans for their projects for the coming year They have received thei record books and calendar's. The club has 22 members, 10 of whom are new. The grottp m planning its Christmas lJarty tonight at the Agate Grange Hall. At the group's Nov. 21 meeting the leader, Mrs. Martin Auseth, showed an easy way to make a centerpiece from apples and sword ferns and how to make a Christ- ma, decoration. - -Carolynn Auseth, Reporter Time Watchers The first meeting of the new Time Watchers 4-H club was held in the County Extension office November 26. Mrs. Bedell. leader, called the meeting to order. It was decided the meetings of the the new club would be on the second Tuesday of each month after school in the Extension of- fice. Officers are as follows: Col- leen Shrum. president; Kay Lo- ertscher, vice president; Carolyn Auseth, secretary; Kathy Mell, treasurer; Terry Shrum, social di- rector and reporter. Projects were chosen by the members. The next meeting will be De- cember i0. Terry Shrum, reporter Marriage Licenses Applying for marriage licenses at the Mason County Auditor's office this past week were: William D. Wellman, 40, Ta- coma, and Margarette Knoop, 45, Tacoma. Carl R. Capehart, 61, Hadlock. and Daisy L.. Richards. 60, Chim- icunl. Allen M. Strine, 60, Shelton, and Dorothy B. Larson, 50, Potlatch. Kenny L. Keith. 21, Bremerton. and Gloria Willis, 17, Olympia. NEW ARRIVAL,5 Shelton General Mr. and Mrs. Donald Smith,, Star Rt. 1, Box 170, a boy, No= vember 27. Mr. and Mrs. Gaylen Burgess, 1325 Edgewood, a boy, December 1. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Kinnaird, Hoodsport, a girl, December 1. Clinic Hospital Mr. and Mrs. Norman Temple, 2003 King Street, a girl, Decem- ber 2. DPW MEETS TODAY Daughters of the Pioneers of Washington will meet at 2 p.m. to- day at the home of Mrs. Clarence Latham, 728 Pine street, for a Christmas party and gift ex- change. Going into business for yourself ? Olympia Music Pupils En00erlain Local The Shelton Music Clnb met Novemler 26 at the home of Mrs. R. W. Norvold. Co-hostesses were , Mrs. Bruce Kreger and Mrs. Har- ry Smith. "Crusade for Strings" was the title of the evening's program. O1- ga 'K. Stewart. Olympia music teacher, presented several of her students. Playing the violin were Russell Paulm'ude Dave Arnold. Cindy Crausin and Karen John- son. Rebecca Stewart played a cello solo. Accompanists were Mrs. Philip Paulsrude and Mrs. Stew- art. The Shelton Music Club is affili- ated with the State and National Federation of Music Clubs. it's A Date Today, Thursday, December 5 Rotary Club luncheon, noon, Ming Tree Care. Yacht Club business meeting, 8 p.m., PUD building. Navy Mothers Club. 7:30 p.m., Memorial hall. 40 & 8 Voiture 135 December Promenade, dinner 7 p,m. Nita's Coffee Shop, Prom 8 p.m., Vets Club. Friday, December 6 VFW Auxiliary, 8 p.m., Mem- orial hall, High school basketball, Shelton vs, East Bremerton, Shelton gym, B squads 6:30 p.m., varsities 8:00 p.m., Saturday, December 7 Canal Court Order of Amaranth Bazaar and Smorgasbord, 10 a.m.- 8 p.m., Union Masonic temple. Vicki Lee Orthopedic Auxiliary Christmas decoration sale, 9:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m., Seal's store. Drivers license examiner, 10 a.m. - 5 p.m., police station. Sunday, December 8 Shelton churches invite you to attend the church of your choice. Monday, December 9 Vicki Lee Orthopedic Auxiliary, 8 p.m., home of Mrs. Gene Ayers. County commission's meeting, 10 a.m.. courthouse. Coin Club, 7:30 p.m.. PUD build- ing. Royal Neighbors of America potluck dinner and Christmas par- ty, 6:30 p.m., home of Mrs. Vi Laugen. Tuesday, December 10 4-H Leaders Council meeting, 8 p.m., Extension office. Women's Division of Bayshore Golf Club Christmas party, 8 p.m., home of 'IVIrs. H6r ./kngl. Kixvanis Club luncheon, noon, Memorial hall. City commission's meeting, 2 p.m., city hall. School board meeting, 8 p.m., Evergreen school. Moose Lodge, 8 p.m., airport hall. Dirt Dabbers Garden Club. 10 a.m.. PUD building. WSNA regular meeting, 8 p.m., home of Mrs. Hazel Barnett. High school wrestling, Shelton vs. North Thurston. Lincoln gym, 4:00 p.m. Wednesday, December 11 Driver's license examiner, 10 a.m. - 5 p.m., police station. Thursday, December 12 Rotary Club' luncheon, noon, Ming Tree Cafe. Golden Age Club. noon potluck, Memorial hall. Chamber of Commerce De- cember .meeting, 7:00 p.m. dinner, 8:00 p.m. business program, Shel- If you plan to hire one or more ton Hotel. emplbyees, ask yogr local Internal High school wrestling, Shelton Revenue office fo information on vs. Federal Way, Shelton gym, 1 how to file your employer quar- squads 6:30 p,m., varsities 7:30 terly reports for social security, p.m. Top Quality Used Cars '60 Chrysler New Yorker 4 Door Sedan Radio- Heater - FUll Power Steering, Brakes, Windows, 6 Way Seat. One Owner . Real Sharp '59 Chevrolet Parkwood V-8 Wagon Radio - Heater - Automatic Power Steering & Brakes / '59 Hillman COnspee d Minx vertible Radio- Heater Trans. '58 Pohtia:c Chleftali" 2 Dr. Hardtop Radio - Heater - AUtomatic ........ R PLEASURE HI Scout 80 4 x 4 Travel Top 961 Radio - Heater - Hubs. H. D. Rear Bumper Large Mirrors - Real Clean. '60 G.M.C. V-6 Carryall Wagon Radio - Heater . 3 Speed - 9 Passenger '55 Willys Jeep 4 Wheel Drive Heater - Factory Metal Cab CONFUSED--Mrs. Jim Gilliland isn't the target of that adjective, although she perhaps was a bit amazed to find rhododendrons blooming on Railroad Avenue last week. A Journal photographer caught her looking closely at the out-of-season blossoms the day before Thanksgiving. The weekend cold snap which came later in the week put an end to the beautiful flowers and probably also killed any chance of the hundreds of buds on the postoffice lawn rhododendron bushes from ever blooming Wouldn't that have been a sight at this time of year! However, the mildness of the fall weather until late last week has caused Old Mother Nature to do some strange and unexpected things with flowers and shrubs. NORTH HAS:ON SCHOOL Senior Play Cast Members Give Assist West Kitsap Production Last Week by Margie Green Nell Hoem. North Mason's Sen- ior Play Will Tatum. came to the rescue of West ttigh School's All School Play cast last Saturday ]n Bremerton. West's own actor for the role was unable to attend the production and was replaced by N.M.'s corresponding star. Both schools have chosen Leonard Wib- berly's "THE MOUSE THAT ROARED". A new date has been set for the Senior Class Play. There will still be two performances and they both will be given. Friday. The student-faculty pmformance will start at 9 a.m. and the evening showing at 8 p.m, Admission pri- ces will be the same as previously state---Adults-S1 ; A.S.B. Card Holders:50 cents; and Children- 25 cents. The GAA has found another sport for which, the girls can earn points for membership. This event is simply called judo. Every Mon- day and Friday, during seventh period. Mr. Hawkills instructs all those girls interested in this un- usual course. Practice is held in the high school gym. The names of the nine girls presently enroll- ed in the judo class are Nora Schroeder, Vicky Cartwright, Car- ol Sue Gilson, Susan Kowalszyk, Karin Squire. Sandy an Schiller, Penny Sally Jo Metzler. A Girls Club Boys Club meeting are for- Dee. 12. THE BULLDOGS basketball season their second Olympic boree at Poulsbo. For tails, see Dennis Shelly's! column. There will be a PTA z tonight in the There will be an meeting Dec. 10 lead bY dent. Paul Furehert. Many students have their admission stubs to IScholastic Aptitude uled for Dec. 7 in er seniors plan to take the January and are awaiting turn of their tickets. Weather High LoW Nov. 27 .............. 51 31. 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