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January 14, 1971

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Jsa nal J OO In Canal Court No. 79, Order of Amaranth, will meet at 8 p.m. Monday, in the Union Masonic Temple, at which time the grand royal matron, Mrs. Scott Meacham of Bremerton, will visit, patron, will preside. Preceding the meeting will be a 6:p.m. no host dinner, at Millo's Diner at Potlatch. All members are welcome. A winter theme is planned for A reception will follow the meeting, with Mrs. Elmer Edwards, Mrs. Gordon Stolze, Mrs. Evelyn Nicholson and Mrs. Matt Kaare arranging the buffet tables. Those who will assist with accompanied by Leonard Cook, the decorations in the Temple, the pouring of coffee are Thomas :~"--:~llJ grand royal patron, of Moses with the royal matron and royal Turner, Elmer Edwards and ~:iiiiiii~ Lake. The grand marshal, Mrs. patron in charge, assisted by Mrs.Gordon Stolze. The past officers Leah Rindal and many other Maybelle Wilson. of the Court will serve as greeters. State officers are also expected. To be honored at this special A practice will be held at 1 " ~;NI[ A holiday highlight for Isa : ~ . matron, and Earl Abbot, royal Representative to Connecticut. Masonic Temple. : " McDonald was a telephone call Mrs, Betty Abbott, royal time is Robert Owin, Grand p.m. Sunday in the nion Dunsmuir, came to the United , '- ' States from her native Scotland in 1919. She lived first in Elma for:: which,frsix months, and then in Sheltonthe widowed,Same lengthsheOf residedtime' after for ~ ~2' "~l/J" ' i~::~ .... many years in San Jose where she worked asa waitress. ~ T O D A Y! S J,~,~ P tA ii~ .... : S re* r e *o eton r tl years,years ago, and has, for the past llheld the position of cook ~1~ for the U.S, Forestry. ~/ ~! :ii~ kIII'I~ l Jan Danford, Society Editor . I "I am cooking for college-age ! ~ff:"~!*~ L_~ i: boys," she says, "who are i planting trees, surveying and :' ~ engineering. They have terrific ii:~ ~~.~~ it ~4 !d ili ..... ~~i ...... appet,tes" ' -- P" ' S elton Lodges Will Ho Schre,ber To Talk Isa is employed at the Satsop p Guard Station, where she stays from Monday through Friday, ;;eJ~l~.~ " " At Next Meeting Joint Installation Of Officers , , spending week-ends in her~ ~_~:~~" ~l~ll'~" I"~ ~i, '~" I Sel No. 62 and Buford Rose and Grace Wells; urLanalwomen [ Shelton home during which time ~ ~ 41 h ton Lodge Mr. and Mrs. Benny Eugene Smith she orders her food supplies for ~ ~ ~I,A~I Ruby Rebekah Lodge No. 75 will Treasurers, Ron Jonker and Mary Hood Canal Federated the coming week. The groceries F~kAP ~ ~1~ i~ 4~ ~ hold a joint installation on Dobson. Woman s Club will meet in the y RoseAnn Diemert are pickedupandtakentothesatsop station by one of the ~i . ~ di~ Friday, ata:00p.m, intheOdd Appointive officers of both Potlatch Clubhouse next ,verl I forestry boys. [; '~ p~r L,~: ~ FellowHall.Elected officers to be Installing officers are members of lodges will also be installed. Thursday. Potluck luncheon willbe served at 11:30 am, the?ene hI "I do just about everything :!~ 4 ~ ,~, Weds Benny Eu Smit necessary in the preparation and ~b: i Father Gabriel Donohue at 11 o Seattle, served as Matr4 D o b s o n a n d D o r o t h yassembly. 12:30 pm and the program~ to be serving of the meals?' states Mrs. I~'q'-m k--.m ~ im2~:~',~ ~ Schwietering; Vice Grands, Special guests will be Sam presented by Mrs. Donald Culik, o'clock on the morning of Honor, wearing a short dark| McDonald. "Iset the tables, clear ~'~ Howard and Judy Wilson, Patterson Sovereign GrandMaster chairman of the Education November 21 performed the satin dressofempirestyling1 away, do dishes, and clean the ~ 4 1,4 ~ husband and wife team; and his wife from Pennsylvania. Department, will begin at 2 pro. double ring ceremony uniting in satin buttons trimmed the[ kitchen in addition to the actual ~1~i~ Secretaries, Alan Moss and BeulahThe public is invitedto John Schreiber, Director ofmatrimony Beverly RoseAnn bodice and the long lace sllt cooking Good timing is ~~ ~ Helser; financial secretaries, attend. Exceptional Foresters, Inc., will Diemert, daughter of Rose M. Dark pinkbowsadornedhetl essential." Her table is show a ten-minute film and will Diemert, and Benny Eugene and her flowers were darl~| occasionally set for as many as 27 ~i' M ~ explain the work and the aims of Smith, the son of Mr. and Mrs.light pink pore-ports :t persons, although the diners M r'~l ~ . the Exceptional Forester JeromeCermak. streamers, i| usually number trc, m six to 18. k _ ulympla banquet program. A group from the Alt, ernate pews in St. The light pink gown ofl whomlSa' OneareOf stillnineliving,Childrenvisitedfive WARC To Hear Set For Tlldv Foresters will sing. Edwards Catholic Church were Martha Marshall, bridesmai~ of ~ ,/ II/, ,..es-a/ The Bring-and-Buy Table" tied with pink bows, and two styled identically to that.~ her family in Scotland four years or. Uogla AIKIn$ .... will featurejams, jellies andbaked standing baskets of two-toned matron of honor. Her fl~ ago and again in December of The Olympia t~rancn ot the goods. The public is welcome to pink gladioli with greenery, were the same, but the b0~I 1967. "it was wonderful to see Dr. DavidS. Alkins, Executwe American Association of -"end accented with pink bows and her hair were of a lighter pini4 them," she said, "but the cold Director for Washington, will be University Women and the art . weather bothered me. 1 was so present at the meeting of the Olympia Chapter of the National streamers, flanked the altar. Serving as his nepheWS| anxious to get back to the United Washington Association for Secretaries Association will With her Empire gown, styled man was Mike McAferty of I~ States that on my return trip I fell Retarded Children to be held at 8 jointly sponsor a banquet in Matrons TO Meet with elbow length sleeves, theSeating the 100 guests were| bride wore white elbow-length Brown and the groom's t!! while in London, breaking my pm Wednesday in the Capitol Hill honor of the women legislators on gloves and carried a bouquet of Danny McAferty of Oregon.~| ankle. My visit was therefore clubhouse. Tuesdav evening. It will be held at Welc om e Ch apter past light pink pom-pons centered Tcd Wittenburg was organistt| extended for two months, and 1 Dr. Alkins is resigning soon to the Tumwater Valley Restaurant matrons will meet next Thursday with a corsage of dark pink The mother of the bria'i~,,~ boarded the plane for my flight accept a higherpositionwith with a punch bowl at 6:30 pm in the Masonic Temple for a noon home with my leg in a cast". WARC. and dinner at 7 pm. sack luncheon, rosebuds with pink streamers and attired in a light pink dress| green ribbons. From her full short which she wore a pink net~ "I had wonderful care ~ veil a long swath of veiling piece, pink sandals and enroute," she declared. "1 was ~ ~ .......... : extended to floor length. She was gloves. The grooms mother1 met with a wheelchair at every i~ ~ ;~ i "' :i;,, ,~I' i given in marriage by her brother, a light blue suit with change, and the stewardesses ~ere ~ ~/' %~ just great." ~ ~ ~ ~ Rod Diemert. accessories, and each wore a~ ~t ~;~ ~;i; ~ ............. One of Mrs. McDonald's ~ ~I )~ ~ ~ Her sister, Evelyn M. Roberts orchid. ;t ~'~; '~ ~ Seventy five guests att~ sisters ~veral years ago visited her ~,~ ~ ~,;~ here for a period of six months, }~ ~i ~ ~ ~i the nnreceptininthettt, li Methodist Church. The fiw~ N ....... r. h / cake was decorated in two y ........... oalry oasnayers of p!nk, trimmed with ros ll ...... Dance Saturday ~: SlaipgerSr:gd t pp: ,l g gu ' '~ ~ ' : ~: iv~/~: ~: ....... ~ : Ed Matthews called for the either side were heart-~si~ .... ~ e~": ..... Satur bride and groom cakes aa ..... ~:i:~')i' day evening dance held by .. : . to] w~tla doves the Salty Sashayers Square Dance . ,,J' Club in the fairgrounds hall. Servmg were Mrs. Etta' ~: ~*i Matthews is currently Mrs. Linda Mc.Aferty, anaJ xnst r McAferty, relatwes of the ructing a class in squa e .~P~ dancing. Many members attended Mrs. Mac Grant, and | will then be thoroughly blended." .......... the Club dance in which five Christiansen Mrs V~ "'My forestry boys," she laughs, "are great for sweets. Their only complaint about my cooking is that they gain too much weight." She gives the recipes for their two favorite cookies. MRS. B. E. CALDWELL, JR., Welcome Wagon Club President, presents an oversized contribution to S. Gordon Craig, Chairman of Independent Mothers, Inc., to illustrate the enormous task ahead for the new Corporation in its pioneering effort to establish a group home in Shelton for unwed mothers and their children. Joint Meeting Scheduled The American Legion Auxiliary Fred B. Wivell Unit No. 31 will hold a joint meeting with the American Legion Post on Tuesday at 8 pm in the Memorial Hall. Guest speakers will be Heroko Yokoyama, who is sponsored by the American Field Service and is staying with the Cliff Starkey family, and Fumiko Nakayasu, sponsored by the Rotary Club and-residing in the William Dueraling home. The girls will show slides of their native country and Heroko will also sing and dance. ~ ~ ,~ ~ ~,~ ~"~'~ ~ ~,~ ~ ~ 9~I. You Should Know... CLINT WILLOUR Everyday is someI man s last chance II to insure. i 1717 Olympic Highway North I I Ph. 426-8139 'c" Jr'r ~L~J~ __t squares participated McAferty took charge The Salty Sashayers meet on guest book, and attending the second and fourth Saturday table were Anita Maid evenings of each month. Seattle and Debbie Seattle, niece of the bride ~, After a wedding t~ Aberdeen, the couple is r~ in Mountain View. Bo~ Epsilon Om icrongraduates of Shelton High Sd To Meet Monday and the groom is emploY~ Danny Wilson s Lath Mill. t "Let's Talk On the Radio and Over Television" will be the theme of the program to be presented at the Monday meeting of Epsilon Omicron Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi to be held at 8 pm in the home of Mrs. Bill McHatton. Co-hostess will be Mrs. Tom Weston. BEGINNING KNITTING LESSONS Evenings 7:30 -- 9:00. 8 week session. Classes limited to 10- two instructors. Classes start January 26th -- Cost $10.00. Tuition includes 1 book, 1 pair of needles, 1 ball practice Yarn, aid kit, and 10% discount on anything sold at the yarn shop while taking lessons. Call now -- 426-8568 or drop in to register. Introducing: two new yarns -- specially priced. \ \ Acrylic (wool & Shetland wool weight) Reg. $1.10 -- Now Mohair Reg. $1.00 -" Now ALL CHRISTMAS KITS Marked Down 40~ We have a oo g d selection of crewel embroidery supplies and kits and needle po nt yarns blank canvas and kits. 2020 Olympic Hwy. N. on Mountain View MINIMIZING COLD SORES Q. Is there nything I mke a cold sore less A. A non-medicated -- applied In the scrupulously clean fingernails and crefully ram~ night -- will help to mke sore less obvious. More Important concealment, however, I| ttltude towards a cold sore, about ten days. During th~ play up your eyes and y0 and forget about your Before you know it, the gone. REMOVING FACIAL HAIR Q. I'm troubled with fa$ but I have a sensitive cor~ Would you suggest a depilatory? A. Yes, a cream depiNI usually the gentlest f(; depilatory available. AS an extra precaution,~ depilatory on an area of skll the size of a dime. If that# adverse reactions, the prod be used safely anywhere face. Neil's Pharn Emergency Ph. 426-2 Fifth & Franklin St.--42i Open Daily 9:30 to Saturdays -- 9:30 to ~Hi h Beverly Trotzer Beverly Trotzer likes sports, both as a participant and as a spectator. "I've just started to ski," she says, "and I love it." She played Powder Puff football, rob. Bey is the daughter of Mr and Mrs. Norman Trotzer, and her sisters, Jean, Jane and Joan are Shelton's famous Valentine triplets who will soon be ten years old. She has an older brother, Tom, a married sister, Kathleen; a sister, Ruth Ann, who is now attending St. Martin's College; another sister, Linda, a Shelton beautician ; and yet another sister, Patricia, a seventh grader. Born in Wausau, Wis. on Aug. 21. 1953 Bev came to Shelton when ~,he was two months old. She made a summer vacation trip back to \Vausau last year for a ol Spotlight visit. "All of our relatives are there," she explained. School subjects include civics, girl's drafting, advanced typing, shorthand, and general business, with drafting a favorite. Bey plans to attend summer school at the Olympia Vocational Technical Institute "I will learn more typing," she states, "and probably key-punch." She plans a career in the business world and would like to work for the state At present she is employed in the Evergreen School Library, where she works part time during the school year and full time in the summer. She also baby-sits. As a junior and a senior she has been a Scarlet S member, and for three years has belonged to the Girls' Athletic Association of which she is now president Peanut Butter Cookies C. shortening C White sugar C. brown sugar 1 egg ~A tsp. vanilla C. peanut butter (smooth or crunchy as desired) 1 C. sifted flour tsp. salt tsp. baking soda Cream shortening and sugar; add egg, vanilla and peanut butter; beat well. Sift dry ingredients, add and mix well. Shape into balls and flatten on greased cookie sheet with a fork. Bake at 375 degrees for about ten minutes. Sugar Cookies 2 cubes (lb.) margarine l C. granulated sugar 2 eggs Beat for about ten minutes (She finds that results are better with hand beating than with use of mixer) 3 C. flour 1 tsp. baking soda 1 tsp. baking powder Add dry ingredients to beaten mixture and mix well. Form into small balls and flatten on ungreased cookie sheet with a fork dipped in sugar Bake at 350 degrees for about 20 minutes, until they begin to brown Amaranth To Meet In Dishon Home The Amaranth Social Club will meet on Monday in the home of Nina Dishon, 407 East D St., for a sack lunch with hot soup and coffee to be served. Members are reminded to bring a wrapped white elephant gift. Games will follow the regular meeting. Page 6 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Thursday, January 14, 1971