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PAGE-18 I-IELTON,-_ ,A0N COUNT" JOURNAL- Published in ehr.tma.tcm,n, U.S.A.', helton. Washinon hursday, December 26 / Greeting drawn by Teresa Nutt t Age 11 Bordeaux School !. NITA'S i:, COFFEE SHGP ii 50EIAL EVENTS Former Resident Writes Of Reaction To Kennedy Death In Sedan, Africa The following zs an excerpt from a letter written to her par- ents by Doris Hunter Wilson, Obel, Sudan. Ahica. The letter zs dated Nov. 23. Dear folks : "We were listening o the radio last night at. 9 p.m. when the broadcast was interrupted telling that John Kennedy had been shot. At first we couldn't believe our ears. then turned to Voice oI America and got further news at first bdefinjte, then telling for certain that he had died. Half an our aftehe was shot we heard he news here at Obel The vconders of radio are harl to believe. Today everyone felt bad, all the Clinic workers and here at Obel the teachers stopped by in twos and threes to tell us how sorry they were. I think not only that he was President but that people liked him personally - for his work toward world peace, like the recent test ban treaty, and also for his work for equal rights for Negros. Sometimes a great tragedy awakes others to fight in the place o fthe one who has died. I'm sure his similarities to Lincoln are also felt by the zest of the world which probably thinks more of Lincoln than any other U. S. citizen." Sheldon General Hospital Mr. and Mrs. Gene Geist, 411 Grove, Apt. 1, a girl, Dec. 20. Mr. and Mrs. Da'id McGee, Star Rt. 1 Box 97 A, a girl, Dec. 22. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Culty, Star Rt. 1 Box 186, a boy, Dec. 22. Mr ,and Mrs. Herb Welch, 659 Dearborn. became the parents of a baby boy born December 9 at he St. Joseph's hospital in Aber- deen. He weighed in at 5 lb. 12 oz. and will answer to James Donald. Santa Arrives For Rebekah Yule Party The members of Ruby Rebekah Lodge and their families enjoyed a Christmas dinner and'-party De- cember 15. The dining room was beautifully decorated in keeping with the Christmas season theme. Santa arrived with treats and gifts for the children, young and old alike, as they gathered around the Christmas tree. Entertainment for the next re-" gular meeting will be in the form of a New Year's party. The social committee will be Mabel Aitken, Judy Wilson and osephine Moss. Age 11 Bordeaux School 4-H NEWS TIMEWATCHERS The second meeting of the Time- watchers 4-H Club was called tO order by Colleen Shrum. presi- dent,' December 10 in the basement of the post office. It was discussed to have a Christ- mas cookie sale December 21 at Thriftway on Hillcrest in the after- noon. Kathy Mell was appointed to look in on it and check with the members. Each member got their record and project books. It was discus- sed to change the name of the club." Jan Parker was a visitor. Terry Shrum, reporter Less than half the annual cost of operating the University of Washington is derived from stat: tax funds. 0, SMALL HOME WEDDING FOR HELEN MYERS, SCOTT BRiGGS y; ':: :// :i! MISS HELEN JEAN MYERS'and William Scott,Briggs exchang ed vows last Saturday afternoon at the' home of .her. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ivan G. Myers, with the immed)ate families of both in attendance. He is the son of Dr. and Mrs. Ben Briggs. All. are of Shelton. William Scott Briggs took Miss Helen Jean Myers for-his bride last Saturday afternoon at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ivan G. Myers. He is the son of Dr. and Mrs. Ben Briggs, all of Shelton. The double ringeremony Timber Co. The bridegroom is a 1963 graduate of the University of'Washington magna rum laude and has a teaching assistanceship at Stanford. They will make their home in Palo Alto. California. was performed by key. Horace Mounts in front of the immediate families and the couple's fitten- dants, Miss Linda Banner and Larry Hughes, When her father gave her in marriage the bride wore a long- sleeved street length sheath gown of white nylon velvet she had made herself. Her short silk illu- sion veil was held by a pearl tiara. Her single adornment was a strand of pearls..She held a bou- quet of gardenias and red carna- tions. A red and white theme was used for home decorations as well as for the wedding dinner which was held at the Colonial House. Three grandmothers of the young 'couple were present for the occa- sion: the bride's maternal grand- Ik mother. Mrs. Nina Hart Shelton. her paternal grandmother, Mrs. Eva Myers, Everett. and the bride- :}i groom's grandmother, Mrs. Myra Scott, Gresham, Oregon. Both of the newlyweds are 1959 graduates of Shelton High school LAWRENCE FISHER and won Reed scholarships that NEW WORSHIPFUL MASTEI year. The bride attended the Uni-[ versity of Washington and has Mr. Moriah Masonic Lodge will been employed at the Simpson seat Lawrence Fisher as its 1964 Worshipful Master during its SALTY SASHAYERS 100th installation program next CANCEL DANCE Friday evening in the Masonic The Salty Sashayers Square Temple in Sheiton. Dance Club is cancelling its reg- Fisher succeeds Glen Hufnail. ular fourth Saturday dance in fav- Other /V[t. Moriah officers to be or o fa New Year's Eve dance, seated during the colorful ritual, Bennie Berndson of Olympia will whirl1 start at 8 .m. and are open be the caller. A potluck supper to the' public, will include: will be served following the dance, Lou O. Larson. Senior Warden; which begins at 8:30 p.m. at the William M. Brickert, Junior War- lemorial hall. den; John L. Carte, Treasurer; Ar- - t Census To Seek Farm La00or Fac!s The nun]l)er of Amermans 14- and-older in the labor force who did any paid farm work dnrlng 1963 will be determined from ans- wers in the l)ecenfl)er Cm'rer, t Population Survey Io be conducted in this area during the week of Dec. 15 by the U.S. Department of Commerce. According to Guy E. Rainboth. director of the Seattle Regional office. U.S. Bureau of the Cen- sus. the figures will update those released recently which showed that 3.6 million persons in the labor force were employed as hired workers on the Nation's farms during 1962. The survey has been conducted regularly since 1955 by the Bureau of the Census for the U.S. Department of Agriculture. Answers glveIl in this survey, being taken in 357 s,qccted areas of the United Stales. will holp the Government in determining farm labor needs and in studying the special economic and social prob- lems of migrat0rv wovkers and other farm employes. In addition to the oueations asked annuklly on the number of days worked and cash wages earned the Census Bureau inter  viewers this December will ask information on the type and van tle of other benefits the hired farm hands got from their farm- er-employers. Included will be questions on free housing, meals. food products and other benefits, The questions will supplement the regular questions asked each month on time worket bv those in the labor force during the week before the interview from which the Nation's employed-unemploy- ed figures are derived. In October the survey showed 3.5 million of the 76.1 million per- sons in the labor force were out of work. The comparable figures for the same month a year ago are 3.3 million and 74.9 million, Census Bureau interviewers who will visit families in this area in- O, lude iVrrs. Polly A. Swayze, Shel- ton. Public invited To Hasoni Lodge Installation Friday ! GREETING BY CATHY BENNETT Age 11 Bordeaux School MARJ WATERS, Society Editor nold L. Cheney Sr.. secretary; George Howard, Senior Deacon; Lorrell O. Seljestad, Junior Dea- con: Fred E. Ferris. Senior Stew- ard: Rex D. Umphengur, Junior Steward: Victor T Ellison, Mar- shal; Edward Auseth, Chaplain; and Claude H. Rhodes, Tyler. Among the Masons who will take part in the installation ritual are retiring Master Glen Hufnail, William C. Batchelor, Horace Cra- ry, Rolla Halbert. Tom Watts. Cla- rence Grunert (all past Masters of Mt. Moriah Lodge), Mrs. Loui Larson, Lawrence Fisher, Juanita Potter. Victor Ellison, Lucille Speece. Charles T. Wright, Clar- ence Shain. Adrian Wright, Cheryl Boad, Mrs. Jack PO,ell, Valerie Ann MeInell), Mrs. Rex Umphe- nour, Donald Neuenschander, and Charles Morrison. Mrs. Larson will sing vocal so- los while Mrs. Potter. Mrs. Speece, llison, the two Wrights, and Shain will give greetings from the Eastern Star, Amaranth and Royal Arch Masons. The junior Masonic orders. Jobs Daughters, Rainbow Girls and De-Molay will be represented by Miss Boad, Mrs. Powell, Miss McInelly, Mrs. Um- phenour, Neuenschander and Mor- rison. Refreshments will be served fol- lowing the ceremonies. ii,i Shelton-Mason ,County Journal q ( GREETING DRAWN BY SALLY SWISHER Age 11 Mt. View School COOKE'S PLANT FARM ,,,4" Age 11 Age 10 GREETING BY DON4LD GARDNER Bordeaux School RITNER'S BROILER i ii '::; /d GREETING DRAWN BY STEVEN EBINGER Mt. View School GENE HANSON, Manager VERN MILLER, Owner i I