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January 14, 1971     Shelton Mason County Journal
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Mr. and Mrs. Dean Edward Dewell rol Is Wedded To Dean Dewell oral The ten-day furlough of Lance Corporal Charles VanderWal ended on Saturday, as he left the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Pete K. VanderWal, to resume duty with the U.S. Marines. He entered the service a year ago, attending boot camp in San Diego and thereafter stationed at Camp Pendleton, Cal. Prior to becoming a Marine, VanderWal worked for the State Highways, and during this period was begun his highly-developed hobby of wood-carving. "A friend," says the Lance Corporal, "one of my co-workers, was very good at it and I watched him at work until 1 understood the process well enough to try it myself." His first figure, an open rectangle enclosing a ball and attached to a three link chain, required many weeks of spare time and was perfected only at a the expense of many blisters and Eggen of Portl nd cut "It was with a real sense of accomplishment," he states, "that I held the finished product in my band-aided hands." Lance Corporal VanderWal explains that one soon learns to handle the pocket-knife - his only tool - and the wood in such a manner that injuries are avoided. "The more one works at whittling," he declares, "the faster and easier it becomes." He utilized soft woods, the Rod Shutt, Thomas Goss and Robert Brown, all of Seattle. Ring bearer was Stephen Fenker. Receptions were held in the Pompeiian Room of the Congress Hotel in Portland and in the Thomas Coleman home in Shelton. After a honeymoon trip along John Martig Makes Official Recordin John Martig son of Mr. and Mrs. Ken Martig of Shelton, acted as recording technician at the Northwest Baha'i Winter School held at the Seabeck Christian Conference Grounds, December 31 through January 3. Acting on behalf of the Special Materials Committee, an organization under the direction of the national Baha'i administrative body, he made the official tape recordings of six lectures given by the main speaker at the Baha'i School, Dr. Daniel C. Jordan, Professor of Education at the University of Massachusetts. These recordings edited and produced by Martig will be duplicated in cassett form at the National Baha'i Center and made available for distribution by the Audio-Visual Department to Baha'i Communities throughout the country. Martig, a Shelton High School graduate, received an Associate Degree in Electronics at Olympic College in Bremerton, graduating with Honors in 1968. During his first two years there he was Student Trainer in the Athletic Department and in his Sophomore year was active in the Student Senate. He is presently continuing studies at Olympic Attired in a gown of white peau de sole and alencon lace which was previously worn by her three sisters, Carol Lee Eggen became the bride of Dean Edward Dewell on November 14 in the First Presbyterian Church in Portland, Ore. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. Paul Wright. The bride, who was graduated from the University of Oregon as Kappa Kappa Gamma, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edmond Walter Eggen of Portland. The groom, son of Mr. and Mrs. Duane S. Dewell, Shelton, attended the University of Washington and was graduated from Green River College. Matron of honor Mrs. Ronald Jones and bridesmaids Mrs. Robert L. Weber, Los Angeles, and Mrs. Daniel E. Fenker wore cranberry velvet gowns and each carried a candle. All are sisters of the bride. Katherine Fenker was flower girl. Daryl ~/ayne Dewell of Bellingham was his brother's best man and guests were seated by Dinner Scheduled the n w, weds g am of m st io O PO ,'L 0r,es V nderW , carves. T E " are at home in Olympia. The order to eliminate the possiblity O oro II groom is affiliated with of splitting and splintering. His The figures, always carved figure so far." Upon his return Laurel Court No. 26 Amaranth will hold a birthday dinner at 6:30 pm Wednesday in the Masonic Temple. Past Royal Matrons and past Royal Patrons will be honored. Lumbermen's Vacation Homes of Shelton. Art Club Election Held first five pieces were executed in the year prior to his joining the Marines, and all were made from pieces of wood two inches by two inches in width and as long as the desired length of the finished item. Although most of his designing is done "by eye", he sketches in lines for the various bars and for the links of chain, that they may be symmetrical and identical in size. ~E College specializing in Science and Mathematics and plans to transfer .......' to the University of Washington Mrs. Gary Wayne Pierce next year to earn his degree in the field of Electrical Engineering.. Donna Head, Gary Pierce Moose Lod Wed In hFornla ' best~ Donna Elaine Head, daughter Serving as New officers elected at the January 6 meeting of the Shelton Adult Art Group were Velma Graves, president; Helen Baker, vice-president; Rea Roe, secretary; Bcv Townsend, treasurer4 'and P,a,t~ Swaztos, publicity. Co-hostesses tor the event, held in the PUD building, were Lorraine White and Merle VanderWal. A gift certiticate was presented to retiring first president Ilazel Beckwith in recognition of her accomplishm en ts. Nancy Lund held a one-man art show. and fabric painting on velvet was demonstrated by Merle VanderWal. from a solid piece of wood, are from the desert, VanderWal Candidates compo~ed of several moving parts, finished the piece in a rich such as balls enclosed in cages of mahogany-hue stain. wood whose bars are sometimes Lance Corporal Charles The enrollment of new intricately spiraled; mobile VanderWal, a Shelton ttigh candidates will be held by Shelton lengths of chain; units resembling School graduate who went out for Moose Lodge No. 1684 on the mortar and pestle, wrestling, shows much originality Saturday evening in the Moose His last carving was made in his art. Lodge at the airport. while on desert maneuvers with "I start with a definite idea in Cocktails will be served at 6 the Marines. "I took a piece of a mind," he says, "and I develop it pro, dinner at 7 pm, and two-by-four with me," he said, as I go along." enrollment at 8 pm with dancing "and spent my leisure time t o t h e m u s i c o f t h e making this, my most elaborate "Mountaineers" from 10pm until Mrs. Welch 2am. The dinner will be prepared Arts Grafts Program Set ..... Will Shelton Garden Club will meet at 8 pm Monday in St. David's Episcopal Church with a program planned around arts and crafts. Mrs. May Rutledge will demonstrate the making of pottery on her potter's wheel. The Christmas meeting of the club was held in the Exceptional Foresters' Building at the airport on December 21. boys, trained by Mrs. June Wright who served as pianist for the occasion. Later the 20 Garden Club members joined the Foresters in group singing. Decorated cakes, coffee and punch were served at the tea following, arrangements for which were made by Mesdames Alice Snuffin, Marie Baker, Madeline Bridger and Jean Eliot. Each boy received a Christmas card and a box of home made candy. Mrs. Herbert Welch from the Independent Mothers Group will address the Shelton Jayettes when they meet at 8 pm today in the home of Mrs. Gary Plews. Mrs. Arnie Andres will co-hostess. Jayettes are making gift items to be taken to soldiers in Madigan Hospital, who will present them to loved ones on Valentine's Day. Plans are progressing for the Jaycees annual Boss's Night Banquet, at which the Jayettes cook and serve the dinner. Carols were sung by the 26 , of Mr. and Mrs. Dillard Cecil Head of Garden Grove, Cal. and Gary Wayne Pierce, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald William Pierce of Union were wedded in a recent ceremony in the First Baptist Church of Midway City, Cal. with the Rev. Harold Cubic performing the ceremony. Alencon lace embroidered with seed pearls trimmed the bridal gown of silk organza over satin styled with long and full sleeves which were cuffed at the wrists. Lace detailed the Victorian neckline and was scattered in appliques over the full skirt, by the women of the Moose. which ended in a chapel train. A ,~ .-~'::~,.~,~A~.....-o~. ..... "~2)~ '~ .7 halo of organza, lace and pearls ' .,, !~'~"~'*~tlifttled'ilel'qtlusion veil and she Round Dances carriet a cascade of gardenias, red To Meet Thursday The Christmas Town Rounders, Shelton's round dancing club, will meet in the fairgrounds hall next Thursday evening. Les and Jessie Elliott, instructors, teach to members a new dance each month. The dance of the month is taught throughout the state. roses and stephanotis. Deanna Kay Coats of Santa Aria, Cal. was maid of honor and bridesmaids were Susan Kauble and Bonny Head, sisters of the bride. They were attired in red velvet gowns and carried white fur muffs accented with sprigs of holly. Bridesmaids wore headbands of red velvet trimmed with holly, and the headband of the maid of honor matched her muff. Donald Raymond Santa Ana, Cal., and were David Christ Kauble, brother-in-law bride. In red velvet candlelighters Tracy of the bride, and Lori of the bride. For the reception Fellowship Hall, aunts bride Shirley Davidson Hill served cake and while Deborah charge of the guest book. The bride High School and by State Farm husband is a Shelton graduate and is currently! with Roc. Science Co. Following a Mammoth, Cal., the residing in Anaheim, CaL Card Party Eagles Auxiliary will hold a pinochle Multi-service Center Tuesday. The public _ By Jan Dunford There are many fine fish Still left in the sea Just waiting, I'm told, To be caught by me; But the ones that I catch Never measure, I say, As much as the ones That get away. lit** The condemned man sat in silence in the still, white cold cubicle. "You must be brave", said the compassionate fellow-being by his side. He nodded dumbly from time to time as words of comfort pierced the veil of mute agony in which he was enveloped. 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