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December 19, 1963     Shelton Mason County Journal
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December t9, 1903 -P31 NLY [555 atic brew selector v3 to 9 cups pr00f spout ely 8riphandle Easy to cleam UMiTED TIME ONLY HILLER'S % I'M ]// I.'.'.'::_".7"211 'beater ejector WHi'LE'THEY LAST... : ge12Imh." i I= - CompLetely f,,raersible $1 95 th Control - FALL COLORS HIGHLIGHT NOVEMBER WEDDING CEREM,0NY :.:.:.-.. : CUTTING THE CAKE following their November 30 wedding are Mr. and Mrs. Victor H. McCallson (Susan Moran). Her parents are Mr. and Mrs. Orville T. Moran, Shelton. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Helmet J. McCallson, Los Angeles. Shortly after the first of the New Year the newlyweds will be moving to Los Angeles. Fall colors highlighted the church decorations for the Nov- ember 30 wedding of Miss Susan ;Elizabeth Moran and Victor H. McCallson. The ceremony unit- ing the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Orville T. Moran, Shelton, and the son of Mr. and Mrs. Helmer J. McCallson, Los Angeles, Calif., was performed by Rev. Clarence A. Lody at the St. David's Epis- copal church. Mr. Moran gave his daughter in marriage. She was gowned in a floor-length white satin dress styled with a fitted bodice and wrist-length sleeves. Her shoulder length veil was held in place with a white ribbon rose. Her bouquet was a white ribbon rose sur- rounded by tangerine and brown rosebuds. Miss Rosalie Hanson, maid of honor, wore a tangariue sleeve- less taffeta dress and carried a bouquet made of a matching rib- bon rose surrounded bv green rosebuds. The bridesmaid; Miss Diane I)urand was dressed simil- arly in :'age green taffeta with a bouquet of a green ribbon rose with tangarine buds. Thane Rucker and Eric Harris I were candle lighters. Leonard Mc- I Callson, .brother of the bride- I groom, was his best nlan, Dmmis I Jensen ushered and Mrs. tterbert I Strickland was musician, ] Mrs. Moran wore a taupe sheath with beige accessories. Her cor- ;age was of rust and gold chry- santhemums. The bridegroom's mother chose a pale blue sheath with blue accessories. Pfnk and blue chrysanthemums made up her corsage. The fall motif was again car- ried out in the reception held in the parish hall following the cere- mony. Several bouquets of flowers in fall tone were used and the tables were skirted with yellow crepe paper. The Maltese Cross cake held a cluster of bells on the top and was otherwise decorated with tan- gerine roses.' Serving were Mrs. Out Of One, ln!o i Another :Presidency For C,omiy's Taylor M'ns,n County's Ed Tayhn', who at home serves PIJ]) No. 3 as its se.crelary, :tcppcd out of one[ i presi !,.ncy anl iala another on tl-,a PUD statc-'.evcl last weekend. His term as president of tile Washingt)n Slate P.UJ3 \\;ssocia- t:ion ended with the annual meet- ing last Wednesda:.,, Thm'.day and Friday in Seattle, BuL he had h ardly shed those robes before le was elected pres- ident of the \\;rashington State PUD Utility Svstem a gr, mpot PUDs from within the association but .not including- all of them, which pool some of their facili- ties for mutual benefit. PUD 3 of Mason County is one of them. :: : Taylor's two contemporaries as PUD 3 Commissioners, Jack Cole and Tom Webb, plus PUD 3 man = ager Jerry Samples and auditor Ed Krona, also attended the three day sessiou. MIXED FOU.RSOMJZS W L Pin Busters .......................... 4 0 Strippers ............................. :-.4 0 Twisters ................................. 3 1 Board Busters ...................... 3 1 Odd Balz ................................ 1 3 Knock Outs ............................ 1 3 Timber Ducks ........... : ............ 0 4 What's Next .......................... 0 4 High games--Suzie Luhm 168, ,Don Knudsen 223. High series--Jean Hartwell 457, Clyde Landsaw 535. Split pick --- Gene Geist 4-7-9. CY0 NATIVITY PAGEANT TO BE SHOWN TOMORROW NIGHT MELODY MORGAN, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Morgan, and Roy Ritner II, son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Ritner, have been chosen by the CYO to represent the Blessed Mother and St. Joseph in the CYO live Nativity Pageant which will be held at Brewer Park across from the Simpson Timber Co. main office at 7 p.m. this Friday. The public is cordially invited to attend. The pageant will be narrated by Jim Doerty, Fran Demmon and Kathy Flower. Colored Lighting will be by Hank Hadsell, costumes by Mrs. Dick Gardner. Other members of the cast in- clude Kim Doran, Joan Ross, Mary Johnsen, Carolyn Gardner, Barb Ells, Mike Malloy, Ken Kneeland, Tom Fredson and George Wagner. The pursuit of perfection, then, is the pro'suit of sweetness and light. Matthew Arnold Trifles make perfection, and perfection is no trifle. Michelangelo PAGE 5 ALLYN COUPLE EXCHANGE VOWS Lydia Towers and Mrs. Pearl Dutcher, . pouring; Mrs. Leander .. Geist and Mrs. Emery Austin, cake; Lyta Andrews, punch bowl. Tami Lee Craig took charge of the guest book and Mrs. Gordon Craig and Mrs. Leonard McCall- assisted the bride, who opened ,'. son her own gifts. The bride is a graduate of .. Shelton high school Class of 1961. Her brMe.groom graduated from . Los Angeles high school and is presently with the U.S. Army at Fort Lewis. They will make their home in Olymp'ia nntil his dis- . charge at the end of January, at ,.- which time they will move to Los Angeles wl)ere he will join his father and brother in a family van and storage business. The bridal couple honeymooned at Harrison Hot Springs in Canada. Toasimasiers Hear Three Speakers Clive Troy, Don Brown and Don ,Vermlinger were speakers at the weekly meeting of the Shel- ton Toastmaster's Club last week. I Paul Gillie was toastmaster. Harold Van DeRiet lead the ta- .. ble topics with a discussion ot .% "What you look for in a town, ll . you had a choice of towns to live .. in ?" Troy was presented the awara .: for the best speech and Brown for the most improved speech. Gale Feuling was-chief evalua- tor, assisted by Arn Cheney, Carl Downing and .Dave Timeher. Ger- ald Geffre was a guest. Assignments for this week are Jim Barrom, Dave Thachcr and Gale Feuling, speakers; Clive Troy, toastmaster; Ken Frank. evahmtor; Bob Osterman. table toPics and Harold Van DeRiet, ah's. Use Journal Want Ads A Subsidiary of P. N. Hirsch & Co. RILLIE BEARDSLEE and William Morton were united in holy matrimony at 2 p.m. last Sunday at the Allyn House Nursing Home with Judge Stillwell of Belfair officiating. Matron of Hon- or for the bride was Marie McCullogh. Dick Valley was best man for the bridegroom. The bride wore a beautiful blue dress with a necklace of pearls. Her bouquet was a white orchid with tiny rosebuds on the streamers..Flower arrangements were furnished by the Beachcomber Garden Club. One hundred guests attended. In the above picture the newlyweds prepare to cut the beautiful wedding cake which was served following the ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. Morton will reside at the Allyn house. 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