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December 19, 1963

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PAGE 12 "HAVE A SAFE HOLIDAY" Don&apos;t let a rite ot accident ruin the joy and'happiness of your Holiday Season. Observe the safety messages on the Christmas Safety Seals yotw Sunior Fire Marshal is using to decorate gift package greeting rds. Wishing you'a tf and morO' CltrbLmas. A. ROY DUNS 126 Railroad Phone 426-6363 Representing Hartford Ins. Co. Group . ._ | [Santa Is Present For Sunday Party Tile Sbelton Yacht Club Christ- mas dinner and party was held Sunday in the PUD auditorium. After a big turkey dinner enter- tainment was provided by Vicki Valley, Maxine Flynn and Joe Giddings who played several se- lections on their accordions. San- ta put in an appearance with gifts and candy for all. Mr. and Mrs. Leg Hansen re- ceived the award for having cduis- ed the most hours the past year. They were presented a lovely set of Melmac dinnerware for their boat. The party concluded with the singing of Christmas carols. Open House To Fete The Walter Chappells Friends and relatives will honor Mr. and Mrs. Walter .I. Chappell on tF, eir 40th wedding annivers- ary at an open house from 2-5 p.m. this Sunday at their home on Mill Creek Road. Mr. and Mrs. Chappell were wed December 24, 1923 in Brewer Maine. They have lived in Shelton for the past 15 years. The Chap- ells have five childien and 16 grandchildren. Holiday Party Held By Local WSNA Nurses of WSNA District 2 met December 10 at the home of Mrs. Hazel Burnett for their annual Christmas party. A brief business meeting with reports on the alcoholic and cardiac work- shQps were given. A white elephant gift exchange with holiday refreshments high- lighted the evening. NEW LOW PRICE This genuine SKILSAW Power Saw saves hours on workshop or home repair jobs. Cuts wood, plaster board, wall paneling, composition material. No other saw gives .you all these features at this low price! Cuts 2" lumber at 90% Lightweight - only 6/ 1" stock at 45 bevel. Ibs. - makes sawing a "breeze," Powerful motor deTivers Accurate, easy-t0-use full torque to blade, depth and bevel controls. SHELTON HARDWARE 103 Railroad Avenue Phone 426-81b. SHELTONMASON COUNTY JOURNAL  Published in "Chrstmasfown, U.g.A.% SheIton, Washington TO BE HONORED ON 50TH ANNIVERSARY MR. AND MRS. J. MEL DOBSON will be honor- ed at an open house in their home at 520 Laurel .treet from 2-4 p.m. this Sunday on the occasion of their Golden Wedding Anniversary. Their daugh- ter, Miss Mary Dobson, is taking charge of the fes- tivities in honor of her parents. The Dobsons were married Christmas day 1913 at the Carstairs farm at Matlock by Rev. A. Anderson who was a circuit minister for the Methodist church at that time. They lived in Grays Harbor county until 1922 when they moved to Shelton. Mr. Dobson started working at the local Rayonier Pulp Mill when it opened for business. He retired from the EAGLES NEWS District No. 3 of the Eagles t Ladies Auxiliary has challenged I District 7 on membership, the los- er to donate $10 to the State Pre- sident's program, retarded child- ren. The challenge was given at the district meeting held recently at Chehalis. The ShelLon men brought back the traveling tro- phy. The Eagles Christmas program will be held at :1 p.m. this Sunday at the Eagles airport hall. The women are in ch.rge of the pro- gram and all Eagles and friends arc invited. Mrs. Lloyd Lewis. the State Muscular Dystrophy chairman. visited Puyallup auxiliary Decem- ber 12. Tile home auxiliary was honoring the State Madam Presi- dent, Erma Hunt DANCING Lampost Tavern 3 :Nights Each Week Thurs. Fri. Sat. Live Western Music FRee .ms=oN ,i I company in June, 1956. He has been active in the American Legion for many years and has been a member of the Odd Fellows Lodge in Shelton for more than 45 years. Mr. Dobson was on the hospital board for more than ten years. He was a Rayonier Union representative for some time. Mrs. Dobson has been active in the American Legion Auxiliary and Ruby Rebekah Lodge. She is a Past Noble Grand of Rebekahs. The Dobsons look forward to greeting the many friends they have made through their associations in the community the past 41 years. No gifts please. Hi0h Scho(I Spotlight IN ADDITION TO Sheiton High school activities, senior Don Neuenschwander has the responsibilities connected with being Master Counselor of the local DeMolay chapter. His plans fen the future include teaching. in one beautiful RAMBLER CLASSIC 6 or V-8 package- Mew Rambler Classic 770 hardtop, one of 24 models in 3 exciting '64 Rambler Series: American... Classic 6 or V8 .. Ambassador V-8 No. 1 in compact car sales-Rambler leads because Rambler listens [ new excitement.., big 6-f00ter room.., standout perf0rmance...value features . ... ....... .... : :';:?%:.. :! i..: .::!::'!. : :" .. ; : . :.:. ,,:: ;.:..::.: ........ .V::/' :" ;r::.. , .... 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Don Neuensehwander. Shelton Nigh school senior, has plaimed his study eom'se with teaching, in mind. His subjects Lhis year in- elude teacher's orientation and student teaching. He plans to at- tend Western Washington college after high school. Although he has definitely made up his mind to be a teacher, he is undecided which subject he will major in. Other subjects on Den's sched- ule include chemistry, literature, composition, civics and German. One of the subjects he has enjoyed mos is German so he was pleased to join the new German Club which was formed this year. He is also a member of Science Club. Recently Don became Master Counselor of the Mark E. Reed Chapter of.De.Molay. Previously he had been 3umor and senior coun- selor. The position carries a lot of leg onslblhty an ?p " "" d Don prides him- self in the fact that membership has increased since he Look office. Don, a Sheltouian since birth, is 5'8" tall, weighs 125 pounds and has brown hair and grce_ eyes. Itc is Lhe son of Mrs. Ivan Ncuen- sehwandcr. Reading and shooting ale his favorite hobbies. BEEF WINNERS NAMED BY EAGLES Winners ]n te Eagles beef award held December 10 were: First prize, a hind quarter of beef, won by. Dixie Lewis, Shelton; Fecond prme, front quarter of beef, won by Harold Huisingh, Shelton; third prize, 11] pound hmn, won by Joe Essensa, Te- n]no. I)IIUP DOBBERS CANCEL I)ECEMER MEETING There will be no meeting of the Dirt Bobber Garden Club Decem- ber 24. In its Place there will be a Christmas party at 1 p.m. Dec. 31 at the home of Mrs. Elroy Nel- son on Capitol Hill. SALVATION ARMy TRUCK The Salavation Army truck will be in town nexL Tuesday. For pickups phone 426-6564 or leave articles on the POrch at 325 No, , 5th street. , I NEWS IAttle Eg)'l)t Sew and Sews ceived the award for having cruis- 4-H Club met D,:cem:er i:i at the home of Mrs. John MaeRae. The meeting was called to order ana the flag salutes were said. The minutes were read and ap- proved. Old and new business was discussed and it was decided to make Christmas tokens for the patients at the Shelton Manor. Demonstrations were given ana the meeting was adjourned. Re- freshments were served. .Sheila Hickson, reporter VFW AUXILIARY CHRISTMAS PROGRAM The VFW Auxiliary Christmas party will be held this Friday for members and thei rfamilies begin- ning with a 6:30 p.m. potluck. Santa Claus will make an appear- ance during the evening. Early Deadline Asked For Holiday Edition An early printing schedule next week, due to the Christ- mas holiday, will maka it neces- sary for all social news for that issue to be turned in by Friday of this week. II Thursday, December Open House Planned To Fete 25lh Anniversary The family of Mr. and l'hs Dave Price has planned an Ot'en House to be held at their home, 417 South Second street from 2 - 5 t).m. this Sunday in honor of the couple's Silver Wedding Anniver- sary. The Prices were married in Montesano December 20. 1938 and moved to Shelton a little over :,0 years ago. Mr. Pries has been en:- ployed by the Simpson Timber Co. for 35 years. The couple has requested nc gifts please. DEGREE OF HONOR JUNIOR CLUB PARTY The Degree of Honor Junior Club will have its Christmas par- ty at 7 p.m. tonight at the home of Mrs. Ads Howard. 502 Fair- mont street. Pharmacy Phacts From Nell Evander Best wishes for the com,ng holiday. Here at NeWs Pharmacy we're prepared to serve you with items that will make the day more enjoyable. 4th and Railroad is the address, and we're always glad to be of service to you. Open Daily 9:30 to 7:30 Saturdays  9:30 - 6:00 Neirs Pharmacy 4th & Railroad 426-3327 GLASS For A Perfect Christmas For The Whole Get A GLASSFYRE and See our line Carlson's Fireplace on Mt. 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