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Rosemary Crumb Local Winner Of VFW Contest The VFW Post No. 1694 will meet in regular session at 8 p.m. this Friday. The main topic of dis- cussion will be the mid-winter Conference in Longview Saturday and Sunday. Those" plannnig to attend should contact Commander Metre Smith at 426-6985. At the January 4 meeting Law- rence Rensing won the $50. This is the first time anyone has won. i Ernest Mall0y, chai,rnan of the V0ice of Democracy esay con- test for the Post, reports• that Rosemary Crumb was the winner of Shelton division. Bill Lindberg of Olympia won first place in the 5th district. Plans ae being formulated to honor :the two win- ners at a dinner in the near future. Use Journal Wanl Ads i i p i i DAHCE Matloek Hall Jan. 19 9 P.M. - 2 A.M. music by RAMBLIN' FOUR Potluck Slated By Golden Age Club The Golden Age Club will meet for a 6 p.m. potluck dinner at the Memorial hail next Thursday. There will be dancing later in the evening. About 60 members attended the last meeting with a new member. Mr. Knutson. joining the group. Don't forget the mmmage sale each Friday and Saturday at the old Title Insurance Co.. 122 Rail- road avenue. Rainier Auxiliary Hosts Game Night The Rainier Orthopedic Auxin iary hosted a game night and card party at the home of Mrs. Harold Wilson Jan. 9. Tie 25 members and guests present enjoyed the gala New Year's decorations and a varied selection of desserts. Mrs. Mar6 Allneeh and Mrs. Eugene Lindberg won the door prizes. At the Feb. meeting the group will be making Christmas stock- ings. The members are reminded to bring their sewing supplies. Chas. Savage To Be Zont Dinner Speaker dinner meeting of the Shelton Macon>County Zonta Club will be held at 6:30 p.m. tonight at the Colonial House. Mr. Charles Savage will be the ,guest speaker. His subject will be 'How LaWs Are Made ad the New LaWs Coming Up." , " | • i i r i i r - TWO NIGHTS 40 & 8 VOITURE 135 PRESENTS FUN ON FRIDAY and SATURDAY WITH TIlE POPULAR and TALENTED HARTY FRIDAY, JANUARY 18 SATURDAY, JANUARY 19 High School Spotlight MARLENE CLEVELAND is a member of Latin Club at iSR high school. This is a 'new group whose purpose is to attempt to show how the Latin language is connected with moderh life. In the high school spotlight this week is senior student. Martens Cleveland. Iarlene, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Cleveland, was born in Shelton 3uly 7, 1945. She moved to Oklahoma with her parents as a baby but returned to Shelton before she became of school age. M'arlene is a blue-eyed blond and stands 5'5½" tall. Civics, senior composition, latin (second year), practical math-and advanced typing are her subjects for this semester. 1V[arlehe is a librarian. She be- longs to Library Club and a new organization, Latin Club• The pur- pose of this new group is to try to make people understand that Latin is not a dead language and to attempt to show how it is con- nected with modern life. In the future they intend to put out a Stockwell, Gardner FOE Card Winners Tenna Stockwell and Glenn Gardner held high scores at the FOE card party last Saturday night at the airport hall. Second high went to Viola Laugen and Wally Dundas. Wally Dundas and Tenna: 'S0q,: well held traveling pinochl: :"• '. The next card party will be held January 26. latin paps{" in English• Baby-sitting, skating and swim- ming are on Marlene's hobby' list. First on her list of things she en- joys doing, however, is helping her little brother and sister, Jan- ice and James, who are 9-year-old twins. After graduation Marlene in- tends to }tttend St. Peter's Hos- pital to become a Practical nurse. Republican Glub To Attend Legislative Session Next Week F The Legislative Session in Olym- pia will be attended by the Ma- son County Women's Republican Club next Wednesday. This visit is in lieu of the regularly sched- uled January meeting of the group, and in accordance with the plan of the president. Mrs• George G. Shackelford. to give interested members a chance to become ac- quainted with the workings of the state legislature• The group will meet by 9 a.m. Wednesday at the Timber Bowl, 633 First street• Those wishing to make the trip may call Mrs. L:'L. Mclnelly at 426-3198 for transportation arrangement. LAKE ISABELLA REBEKAH- I00F INSTALLATION THIS- FRIDAY NIGHT A public joint installation of of- ficers °for the Rebekah-.I.O.O.F. Lodge will he held at 8 p.m. this Friday evening at the IOOV hall. FAected officers to he inshlled for the Rebekahs are: Ruby Pope, noble grand; Cassie Coble. vice grand; Elizabeth Bntler. ree. see.; Dorothy Schwietering, financial see.: Nellie Nelson. treas. Odd Fellows elected officers are: Lionel Leman. noble grand: Law- rence Kent. vice grand; Robert Bond. financial sec ; D. O. Ellison, treas. Rebekah appointed officers are: Agnes Alexander. mght supporter to n.g.; L(mise Rose. left support- er to n.g.; Irene Jackson• warden: Pearl Jackson. Conductor; Judy Wilson. chaplain: Ha/Lie Eltison. inside glatrdian; Ka.t!lerine Calk- ins, pro Lem; 14osalie Wells. out- side guar@ian; Beulah Helser. mu- sician: 0pal Moore. color bearer; Ruth Latham right supporter to v.g.; Dora Lanning, left snpporter. to v.g.; Marie Smith is past noble grand. AppoinLed officers for the Odd Fellows are: Dal Cole right sup- porter to noble grand: Earl Moore, left supporter }o noble grand; Mel Dobson. warden; l=ay Wells, con- ductor: Allan Moss. chaplain; Chas. Dahlman. inside guardiaq; Harry Alexander. outside guardian; J. C. Willey, right scene support- er; Clay Berry, left scene support- er; P. J• Burke, right supporter to vice grand; Robert Leman. left supporter LO vice grand. Gordon Pope is the past noble grand. The public is invitei to attend. Plans For March Dance Made By Shel-Toa Guild The regular meeting of the Shel- Tea Orthopedic Guild was held last Thm'sday evening at the ho- me of Mrs. Dodie Wittenberg with Mrs• Lois Tibbetts as co-hostess. Plans were discussed and made for the annual dance to be held sometime in March• Tickets will again be sold through guild mem- bers only. Members were reminded to drop off any and all old license plates at Bingers Service Station to be collected for the benefit of the Mary Bridge Children's Orthopedic Hospital in Tacoma• l Recipe Favorites of County Residents l PORK NOODLES is the recipe chosen by Nelda Flint's family as the favorite they wanted her to share with the readers. It's a won- derful meal-in-one-dish that will serve you well on many occasions. Her two youngest children, Adele and Willie Lee, pose with her. When Nelda Flint told her fam- ily she had been asked to be Cook of the Week they chose the recipe for her. Pork Noodles was the unanimous decision. Not only does her family like this dish• but Nel- da likes to prepare it because it is a full meal in itself. Real han- dy for those evenmgs your teen- agers are in a hurry to get ready for a date and don't have much time to do the dishes in' Nelda's husband. Wilbur. works for the PUD No. 3. They have three girls. Maxine. 15, Christine, 12. and Adele. 16 months, and a baby boy, Willie Lee. just 2 months old. GASSENTI PLAYERS DELIGHT LARGE GROWD WITH INTERESTIHG SELEGTIONS Vancouver's fine instrumental president, acknowledged the beaut- ensemble, the Cassenti Players, iful flowers furnished by the Shel- ton Garden Club, chairman. Mrs. Henry Hansmeier. He also urged members to avail themselves of the unusual opportunity to attend eleven concerts in neighboring cities. Announcement was made of the ]963-04 membership drive to be held early in Feblnmry under the chairmanship of Mrs. Dexter Edge of Shelton. VFW Auxiliary Slales gave an exciting program at the Shelton Junior high school last Wednesday night as the second of this season's Mason County Com- munity Concerts. The audience, which nearly filled the auditorimn. enjoyed an excellent sampling of the many forms of chamber music. Bassoonist George Zukerman, who prefaced the selections with witty comments, delighted the con- cert-goers with an exhibition Of virtuoso technique on the unusual solo instrument in "Andante and Rondo"• The Flints have discovered how much fun traveling can be when you have camping equipment. Their camper has made vacation travels more fun for the whole family. Nelda likes sewing and fishing, too. She is a member of the St. Mary's Altar Society. Pork Noodles About five pork chops, cubed, leave bone in for flavor• Two medium onions, diced• Two quarts cold water. Bring to a boil then simmer for 3-4 hours. Add soy sauce to taste (about one small bottle). Simmer 30-40 minutes longer. Have boiling salted water rea- dy in large kettle• Add one or two packages Chinese noodles (depending on size of family). When done. drain, rinse in cold water. Drain again and cover with hot water. Serve noodles in individual ser- ving bowls, adding the pork sauce• Garnish with either chopped green onions or chopped hard cooked eggs or both)• Serve with crack- ers or potato chips. January Meeting Shelton Garden The January Shelton Garden Chlh al: I p.m. nexL Thursda home of Mrs. Frank T. 704 Birci] street. Tea  served by Mrs. Martha and Mrs: Frank Smith.  "Daisies for E,:eryone' the title of the pr g'am. , are to bring seeds to sb Slides To Be Seen By Dirt Dobbers A potluck hmcheon a  showing activities of the P ber Garden Club since formed will be the featur meeting next Tuesday at at the PUD building. The care of dalllia b be demonstrated to me this meeting. Being is a stale of c ness. and a man has a entity.--Richard G. Ha NEW HOMELI WAY OUT FRONT IN V • converts from direct t¢ drive in 9 minutes or le!! Cuts in any position, eve side dow • Ideal for all-round use  wood. clearing, pruni[g, ONLY $149 for direct drive with 14" bar and ch HAVE A FREE DEMONSTRATION 1"01 Saeger Motor On Hillcrest ] We Service What We 00"urst°" ENVELO0000SAVE'BY'HAIL Introduees a bringing our teller's wi!!l RESERVATIONS -- Phone oP_ on¢.o.ov SALVATION ARMY WOMEN'S CLUB The six men who formed tile TRUCK HERE TUESDAY The Lake Isabella Women's ensemble, each a fine soloist, com- A ---- . . __ The Salvation Army truck will Club will meet at 10 a.m. next bined their talents artistically in ln'ill Rm th | a_'d[ll  m be in town next Tuesday• For Wednesday for a combined work several varying combina;tions. One vmll=p mluluan my • arm on|mum pickups call 426-2215 or 426-6564 party, potluck hmcheon and bust- of tile most; appreciated was a or leave articles at 325 North 5th hessmeeting at the home of Grace Mozart selection, "Adagio and - .' , street. Petty, Kamilche. -Rondo", for flue, oboe, bassoon and :" i ' . ' " .  keyboard• In striking contrast was the exciting modern "Sonata" by : CHBiROLET Keeps Going 00reat } Rieti. Graciously the Cassenti : . .... i II ! Players responded to enthusiastic : applause with "Perpetual Motion" : to end a memorable performance. ! Dr. Andrew Beelik, association : o wo , p h SKOKOMISH COMMUNITY : N nder Chevrolet is so opular with a choice like this: the luxm'ious Jet-smoot } : Chevrolet, ively low- d Chevy I orty re n  } : l price I, sp ar-e gine Corvair, and CLUB CARD PART" Skokomish Community Club will :: two new. versions of America's only all-out sports car, Corvette.  i sponsor  card party this Satur- : ' The make more people ; day at the community hall in Sko- : depend 0a .: komish Valley. Pinochle will begin : :=:.; izi::i:i::!:::i:i: at 8:15. : IK 1 ". Impala Sport Sedan- :l JET'SMOOTH CHEVROLET one of 13 Jet-smooth : Chevrolets • ."" ., ;.':;,.z 2 i : beauty, ride and comfort you'll go Ior tnstantZv  shares the easy-care features o the big Chevrdet : .. l .vZ : Corva'r Monza Cub Co -- i : C rvette S lug Ray Sport Coupe- : with snazzy bucket seat interior there's also a new Sting Ray Convertible • ••*lMm e•• ale *e * * • • . e* • *o !* * • e e e a .* • • • • • • a • • • 0* e e *aea • • • • •. • • • • I *la o • • ale $ • • • • • e lo*l el • • • a• * i a I •. *. • • • •. • •. * • • * . ° •. 1 • • • ° ° ° • *. * * • ° • ° .*°.*°°i*.e•.ae.eeoelele*.l See four entirely different kinds of cars at your Chevrolet dealer's Showroom ! HELL CHEVROLET ¢OHPAHY Shelton, Wash. Phone 426-4426 Mid-Winter Conteren©00 Saturday and Sunday The next regular business meet- ing of tho Ladies Auxiliary to the Veterans of Foreign Wars will be held at 8 p.m, Friday in the Me moriM building. Hostesses will be Marian L. Joimson, chairman, an( Ann Campbell, Dorothy Kelse3 and Bernice Jansson. The mid-winter conference wil? be held in Longview this Satur- day and Sunday. Ron Gunter has been appointed chairman of the teenage dances sponsored by the VFW. Lots "of help and ideas are needed. Larry Godwin, Wayne Robinson, Dar- rell Sparks and Les Miller are also on the committee. The recent This will be the second party New Year's 'Eve dance was very in the series. The public is wet- successful. This is the first all- come. teen project any organization has sponsored in this community for ' DEGREERuMMAGEOF SALEHONOR someThetime.auxiliary is grateful i for all help ou the r'ecent donat'ons to- Degree of Honor Protective As- Ward the quilt project for its can- soeiation will hold a rummage sale cer program and also the success from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. this Fri- of tim recent food sale. The mem- day and Saturday in the PUD auditorium, jects.bers worked hard on these arPr°" Last Friday Josephine Sp ks, National Guardsmen are the hospital chairman accompanied only members of our military by Betty Godwin and Virgie Cleve- services who take an oath to both land motored to Western State the President and their governor. Hospital where they helped serve They serve in a dual Federal-State over 80 patients home made pies status, and assisted in a game party. END LONELINESS, UNCERTAINTY, SITTING ON THE SIDE WHILE OTHERS HAVE FUN If you have been missing out on good times because of hearing loss, let us show you how BELTONE may help " you to dis•over a whole new world of sound. COME IN TO SEE US AT ... Eells and Valley Appliance Center Friday, Jan. 18, between 10 a.m. and 12 noon Or, if you can't make it then, telephone 426-4663 and we will be glad to come to your home. No obligation. DANIEL E. BRUNER BELTOHE HE00RII00G AIDS 106 E. 4th, Olympia Phone 357-3521 "Serving Mason County Since 1950" AS NEAR AS YOUii u: AI £ FOR gOTll DEPOSITS WITHDRAWAl In the convenience of your own home f( out your savings account deposit or witi[i drawal records •on the handy detaehaN tab on the envelope and mail it in the -"llt ready-addressed envelope. You can g!' these convenient "Save-by-Mail" enve!i opes by stopping in, phoning or writi us, where... YOUR sAvINGS at current annual r. -' EARN DIVIDENDS AT p U ed:L4:/m0esannualiy i corn o nd Shellon Branch Thurston County Federal i Savings & Loan Associatio,i Accounts Insured to $10,000.00 by the F.S.L.I.C. 9 A.M.  4 P.M. Monday thru Thursday 10 to 3, 4 to 5:30 Fridays Home Office Branch Office 5th & Capitol Way  313 Railroad Ave, Olympia, Wash. Shelton, Wash. SAFE DEPOSIT BOXE • Private, Confidential, Eco 0 IIi  II • " I I n It II '