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January 21, 1971     Shelton Mason County Journal
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January 21, 1971

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1 I I ! L ourgaul Miss Patti Bourgault has perhaps the only living room in town in which the skulls of cattle play an important part in the decor, *'They are really neat," says Patti. "they are painted in blue and yellow predominantly, with intricate designs and they have glow-balls for eyes." ''Glow-balls," Patti explains,"can be purchased in hobby shops• They shine in the dark." At the top of the pillars that separate the dining room from the • 4 ~ • ', • ~: STRANGE AND ARTISTIC are the tastes of Patti Bourgault who dines on squid and decorates her home with the skulls of cattle. New Member Is Initiated At VFW Auxiliary Meeting Tanya Barnaby was initiated into the auxiliary to the Mason County VFW Post No. 1694 at their meeting held in the Memorial Hall on Friday. The charter was draped in memory of Juanita Potter. Youth activities chairman Merle VanderWal reported on her trip to Rainier School in Buckley at which time dolls and clothing were delivered to Robin Rockafellow and to other resident children. Members voted to donate money to the March of Dimes program, and plans were made for the annual birthday party to be held on February 19. District No. 5 past presidents will meet for a 7 p.m. dinner in the Legion Hall in Elma on January 29. Those wishing to attend should contact Fae Robinson at 426-4167 or Josephine Sparks at 426-6342. The next regular meeting will be held at 8 p.m. on February 5 in the Memorial Hall. THE ENGAGEMENT of Christy Allen to Daniel Hess is announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Allen of Union. Her fiance is the son of Mrs. Edith B. Hess of Union. Both have attended Shelton High School. March 5 has been set as the wedding date. dO in II UI living room the skulls are mounted, facing one another. Patti shares her Hillcrest home with a girl friend who is equally interested in the exotic, and their house is a veritable museum of goodies collected from antique shops, second-hand stores, rummage sales and general treasure-hunts. "People come in and spend hours just looking around at our many strange things," says Patti. Miss Bourgault paints in oils. "I just play around at it," she insists• "I took art in school but have had no further training." She prefers abstracts. She sews, making many of her own garments, and up until four years ago entered and won many 4-H competitions in this field. She participated in a district fashion show. She likes to work with leather and will soon begin the fashioning of jackets to be made from recently tanned deer hides. Miss Bourgault is employed as checker in the Save Rite Grocery operated by Mr. and Mrs. Joe Leister on Highway 101 near Potlatch• Her parents own two horses, and Patti likes to ride. She likes to make candles, and has an assortment of them; she enjoys the collecting of odd objects; and she loves to cook. Patti's taste in food tends also toward the exotic, and one of her favorites is squid. "People are skeptical," says she, "and they don't want to taste it if they know what it is; however, if they eat it without knowing, they love it." Squid is prepared by first removing the entire sack from within after which the tentacles are cut off and the main portion of the squid is opened flat and cut into strips about 1% inches wide. The pieces are fried in butter for about five minutes at low temperature. "Squid," Patti explains, "is richer than shrimp, and slightly rubbery and very delicious." For those who do not fancy squid she gives her recipe for baked fish fillets, in which the hadst diffi~ulf part, she stales, fs the filleting of the fish. Frozen fillets may be used. Baked Fish Fillets 2 lbs. fish fillets ¼ tsp. salt ¼ tsp. paprika dash pepper Juice of 1 lemon 2 tbsp. butter 2 tbsp flour 1 tbsp. dry mustard 1 cup rich milk 1 can mushrooms % cup buttered bread crumbs 1 tbsp minced parsley Cut fillets in serving-sized pieces. Place in greased shallow baking dish and sprinkle with salt, pepper, paprika and lemon juice. Make white sauce of butter, flour, seasonings and milk. Add mushrooms and pour over fillets. Sprinkle with crumbs and parsley and bake in 350 degree oven for 35 minutes. Makes six servings. Additional or alternate ingredients may be used according to personal preference. Onions, celery, green pepper, etc. are tasty accents. Mr. and Mrs. Dale C. Leman TODAY'S Jan Danford, Society Editor Shawn Leahy will be installed as Worthy Advisor of the Shetton Assembly No. 19 Order of the Rainbow for Girls in a public installation of officers to be held at 7 p.m. Saturday in the Masonic Temple. Other elected and appointed officers are Worthy Associate advisor, Dena Stracke; Charity, Sue Swaze; Hope, Vicki Stracke; Faith, Colleen Hamlin; Chaplain, Michelle Lee: Drill Leader, Diane Bourgault; Recorder, Vicki Stuller; Treasurer, Cindy Pierce; Love, Linda Bosch; Religion, Ann Phillips; Nature, Jane Pogreba; Immortality, Michelle Dregson; Fidelity, Vicki Stoner; Patriotism, Jeani Nutt; Service, Wendy Hovend; Confidential Observer, Joann Miljour; Outer Observer, Patti Dunbar; Musician, Genel Stockwell, and Choir Director, Carrie Kramer. Installing officers are: Worthy Advisors; Ira Lanman and Shelley Chappell; Chaplain, Mrs. Robert A. Shaw; Recorder, Debbie Pierson; Marshal, Georgia Clayton; and musician, Mrs. Beth Johnson. Chert Watson will be the soloist. Candlelighters will be Susan Busack and Chris Lord. The Mother Advisor is Mrs. Edna Auseth, and the Rainbow dad is Mr. William Brickert. Shown Leahy B'S Meet For ;offee The Shelton C.B. Social group held a coffee break at the Capitol Hill home of Mr. & Mrs. J. Martin Lund, on Saturday evening. Those present were Mr. & Mrs. George Churas, Mr. Carroll Ellingsworth & Glen, Mr. & Mrs. Howard Harsh Engagement Of Miss Sells Is Announced Mr. and Mrs. John A. Sells of & children, Mr. & Mrs. E. J. Shelton announce the engagement Kalama, Mrs. Charles Keith, Mr. & of their daughter Pamela to Mrs. Charles Nutter, Mr. Pete Robert E. (Skip) Patterson, son of Replinger, Mr. & Mrs. Lloyd Mr. and Mrs. Rex C. Patterson of Robertson, Mr. & Mrs. Paul Pasco, Wash. W.heaton & children, Mr. & Mrs. Miss Sells is employed as a Jack Yeck and the Host and stewardess for Seaboard World Hostess, Mr. & Mrs. J. Martin Airlines based in Fairfield, Cal. Lund & Patty & Kelly. Robert Patterson is an Assistant Plan To Meet On Thursday The Golden Age Club will meet in the Memorial Hall next Thursday for a 6 p.m. dinner to be followed by a business meeting and an evening of music, dancing and card games. Fifty-three members and guests attended the last meeting. Visitors are welcome, and a small donation is requested. Attorney General for the State of Washington and is officed in Olympia. The couple plans to be married in June. LOWREY I, K RENT or BUY on Easy Terms Johnny's Music Box' ¢, 205 Cota 426"4302~ ', WHAT IS CONTOURING? Q. I have heard a great deal about "contouring" in makeup. What does "contouring" mean ? A. "Contouring" with makeup is very much like SCulpting. The dimensions of the face are changed by using dark shades of makeup to Shadow or tone down and !_i.ght shades of makeup to mghlight or fill in lines and dark circles. After the basic foundation Shade is applied to the entire face, a darker makeup might be used for example beneath the cheekbones to create shadow, and on the sides of a wide nose to make it look narrow. A light whitish shade of makeup m ght then be used to fill in any lines or dark circles and on the cheekbones to highlight them. , ~" Contouring makeup Kts with all of the basic materials needed for "sculpting" the face are available. Nell's Ph=rmacy Emergency Ph. 426-2165 Fifth & Franklin St.--426-3327 Open Daily 9:30 to 7:30 Saturdays -- 9:30 to 6:00 Lakin-Leman Wedding Held In December Ruth Carolyn Lakin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Austin Lakin of Tacoma, and Dale Curtis Leman, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin J. Leman of Shelton were m arried in the First Free Methodist Church of Tacoma on December 19. Designed with a lace cage, long sleeves and a scalloped neckline was the floor length satin bridal gown, and to a flower headpiece was attached a shoulder length illusion veil. The bride carried a nosegay of light pink roses, stephanotis and baby's breath. Maid of honor Jennifer Esther Johnston and bridesmaids Clare Darcy Thuline and Pavia Louise Witt wore dresses of red velvet and pink crepe. Flower girl and ring bearer for their aunt were Terrenna Jean Massey and Leonard Clifford Lakin. James Barry Stewart was best man and ushers were Stephen Thomas Townsend and Samuel Hanlon. Candles were lighted by Bruce Lakin and Dale Massey. The reception in the church parlors was attended by relatives from Missouri, Oregon, California and Washington, with Ruth Cooper of St. Joseph, Mo., aunt Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Good "[ of the bride, as a special guest. The bride studied at Seattle accountingPacificC°llegeandthegr°°m'anmajor at the Miss Vicki Lynn Banister i University of Washington, willbe Weds In Iorado Sprln graduated in June. The couple is 5th & Franklin 426-3283 living in Seattle• A bouquet of blue carnations and white daisies graced the altar of the First Baptist Church in Colorado Springs, Colo. for the November 13 wedding of Vicki Lynn Banister of Shelton and Daniel Good of Ft. Carson, Colo. Dr. Harlan L. Harris performed the double ring ceremony at 7 p.m. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Banister of Emmett, Idaho, and the groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Good of Portland, Ore. Given in marriage by her mother before 30 close friends with blue satin ribbon. :~ Ben Myers was best ushering were Ray Mol~ Schmedley. In a beige knit dress shoes and gloves, the the bride wore a corsa~ carnations. The suit s¢| the mother of the gro blend of white, yellow and her carnation col white. From 30 to 50 per present at the receptitl 7:30 p.m. in the ch~ Leslie Cochran attended book. and relatives, the bride was gowned in tailored white taffeta Miss Susie Banister lai ....... ettin- Sherrie Antich served over a Wl[ll wnlte n g.. .. , , .. , , Styled with a high wide collar and nereu wnlte ...caKe, " "" ........ he ornamented wltn BlUe longngnt outtonea sleeves, t topped with baby blue dress was accented with white ...... a.:.: ..... u-d th~ Uem "nn gecepnon room tad Udl~lCb dlU II ~ 11 tt U . -- ....... accented with blue and scattered acrossthe sKxrt. ,a. . a • . . the altar bouquet was headpiece of white taffeta daisies and leaves held laer ~aist:'len~tk ~ ........ ~ b~id¢~,i~ a 1~169 white carnations, attended SHS pfil~to a Cahfornla where Maid of honor /Vliss Debbie : Banister and bridesmaids Miss Lee gra:tuated. ! After a wedding trip Colo. the newly-marrie home in Colorado Spi groom is serving with Army and is statione Carson• Anne Whitmarsh and Mrs. Ben Myers wore tailored street length powder-blue velvet dresses, empire waisted with high rolled collars. Each carried a long-stemmed white rose tied SILVER GOBLETS Now, for a limited time, your choice of lovely silver water, wine or sherbet goblet, from famed International Silver Co. lutely FREE when you open a savings of $500 or more, or when you add $500 your present savings account at TCF. Then, with each additional deposit of onl' $250 or more, you can purchase goblets for just $3. But hurry. Start your now. This offer may have to be limited, THURflTON COUNTY FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN A $OCI ION • OLYMPIA--- Home Office Fifth 6, Capitol Way • LACEY • SHELTON Branch Branch 4111 kto kat Square 111 Railroad Avenu~ Page 6 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Thursday, January 21, 1971