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January 21, 1971     Shelton Mason County Journal
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7 Baha'is Hold l Study Session ! Baha'is of Shelton and Mason [ _ _ _ County took part in an all day'---- Teaching Institute held in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ken Martig on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Charles of Kent led the discussion prepared by the National Teaching Committee of the Baha'is of the United States. A pot-luck dinner and fellowship marked the midway point of the study session. Silver Stars Set Saturday Trail Ride Weather permitting, the Silver Stars Saddle Club will meet at the Mason Lake home of Cliff and Ann Benson at noon Saturday for a two to two-and-a-half hour trail ride. For further information call Tulla Kimball at 426-8988 or Jay Umphenour at 426-6683. Lorraine Fox h School Spotlight ,# "'I like so many things!" says Lorraine Fox. "I guess 1 just like life itself." Among her many special interests are sports. As a spectator she appreciates them all and she swims, water skiis, snow skiis, plays tennis, and loves hiking. She is very fond of children, and finds pleasure in working with youngsters and in baby-sitting. She likes music, and has for five years studied the piano, and also plays the guitar 'a little bit.' Traveling is a joy to her, and she has spent alternate summers throughout her life in New Orleans where her mother's relatives reside. "I know New Orleans as well as I do Shelton," she says. The biggest thing in Lorraine's life at the moment is her possible English. I like them both very much." For three years Lorraine has been a Pep Club member, and has belonged to Z Club as a junior and as a senior, and to AFS also. As a sophomore she was a member of the French Club. She has been a Catholic Youth Organization member for the past three years, and she is Spiritual Chairman of the group, and was chosen October girl-of-the-month. She is a member of the recently organized youth group affiliated with the Washington Association for Retarded Children. She plans to seek, after her 4-H NEWS Dazx Mays Attend Parties On December 11 the Dazy Mays 4-H group were guests at a potluck dinner given by Grange members in the Progress Grange Hall in Kamilche. A Christmas party with a gift exchange was held on December 23 in the home of Mrs. Haines, leader. by Karen Fuller, reporter. Council To Meet Visitors from Tenino will attend the Mason County Senior Citizens Council meeting and potluck dinner to be held at noon Friday in the Multi-service Center. graduation, further training to enable her to work with retarded Honor Roll Told selection as Rotary exchange Born in Riverside, Cal. on children and she contemplates a Patricia J. Thomas, Rt. 2 Box future career as a physical 41, Shelton, is on the fall term therapist, scholastic honor roll announced . student. ,~ ...... July, 31, L953, Lorraine Fox came "I wal~*~ore than'*~th~l~l~g ~ to 'SlCeffott~hen sli~ was a third else." declares Lorraine, "to be an grader. Her parents are Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Fox, and she has two younger brothers. Steve is a high school freshman and Bob is a sophomore. Lorraine Fox is employed at the Journal on Wednesday evenings. by Oregon State University. Miss Thomas is a sophomore majoring in physical education. Some good annuals for semishaded places are flowering tobacco, salvia, balsam, lobelia, alyssum, snapdragon and forget-me-not. exchange student. It's all 1 can think of, and how I hope I am chosen !" She studies chemistry, civics, senior English, world history and senior choir. Asked to name a favorite, she said "1 can't choose between senior choir and senior \ PROUDLY DISPLAYING their recently won trophies are Robinettes Stacey Martin, Dawn Rhodes, Laurie Byrd and Kristi Manke in the back row, left to right. In front are Kim Joslin, left, and Vicki White. A FRIENDLY DOG attends an injured ear. Sonic six months or so ago my cat Cecil, in honorable combat, suffered the loss of the southwest corner of his left ear. Despite the continuous application of costly concoctions, the wound has remained unhealed. Tara, the young German Shepherd who recently joined my household, immediately made. friends with my many cats, and to Cecil in his sad and sorry plight went all her sympathies. She promptly prescribed and proceeded to car~y" Out'~'an involved program of treatment- Winners Named North-south winners at the Monday night meeting of Shelton Duplicate Bridge Club were Gordon Bennett and Louise Umphenour, Gusti Goldschmid and Mrs. Maddon, and Tuey Schumacher and Bob Quimby. Winning for East-West were Mr. and Mrs. Max Smyder, Liz Allison and Helen Ruddell, and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Stock. Robinettes Win Again The Mason County Robinettes placed first in Parade Corps competition in the 'Salute to '71' contest held in Seattle on January 10. A large plaque was awarded to the twirling group, and each of the 17 members received a medallion. Eight additional trophies were won by six members entering individual competition. Vicki White took first place in Beginning Solo Twirl; Stacey Martin was first place winner in Beginning Solo Strut and second place winner in Military Strut; taking second in both Intermediate Solo Twirl and Basic Strut was Dawn Rhodes; Winning second places in Beginning Solo Twirl and Basic Strut and third in Military Strut was Kristi Manke; Laurie Byrd was third place winner in Beginning Solo Twirl, and Kim Joslin took third in Basic Strut. The contest was sanctioned by the U.S. Twirling Association. The Robinettes plan to enter one contest each month until May, when the parade season begins. Kathy Chodora, West coast teacher and contest judge, instructs the Robinettes. which continues to include frequent and thorough washings and gentle massage by the oh-so-easy pressure of those big sharp teeth. In trusting appreciation Cecil accepts submissively the ministrations until the therapy becomes too vigorous for comfort, at which time he may attempt an early exit. At this point a large paw implanted on his solar plexus serves to hold him firmly in position until his dismissal. Cecil is no slouch when it comes to self defense, and the measure of his faith in his friend is indicated by the fact that he has never raised a claw against her. Dare dogs rush in where doctors fear to tread? If tender loving care can cure a torn and tattered ear, the deed is done. I love my canines Who make beelines For my much Beloved felines Who stalk and deal with Most severely The dainty birds I love so dearly Who, in turn, Before my eyes Strip the cherry TROPICAL FISH Large Variety! Including: Fancy Guppies, Clown Barbs, Tetras, Etc. MARION'S AQUARIUS 1221 W. Birch 426-6148 I SEARS, ROEBUCK and CO. TO OPEN CATALOG SALES MERCHANT STORE in Union, Washington Here is an exceptional opportunity for a person interested in a sound business arrangement who desires to operate as an independent merchant, in a downtown location to serve Sears customers. Write today for further information to: SEARS, ROEBUCK and CO. T. J. Leahy Regional Merchant Program Manager 2465 Utah Ave. South, Seattle, Wash ngton 98134 (19-3) III ion A double ring ceremony performed by Pastor Kenneth Robinson in the Faith Lutheran Church on November 13 united in matrimony Antionette Olena Olson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas D. Olson Sr., and James Cowell Kolowinski Jr., the son of Mr. and Mrs. James C. Kolowinski Sr. All are of Shelton. The bride, attired in floor length white velvet, was given in marriage by her father. Her floor-length veil of lace-trimmed net was held by a tiara, and she carried six long-stemmed red roses tied with red velvet ribbon. Red gladioli in white baskets decorated the church, and in pews tied with white bows the 200 guests were seated by ushers Ron Lund, Gary Kolowinski and Marvin Simpson, who also lighted candles. Matron of honor Mrs. Renee Huston, and bridesmaid Mrs. Connie Lund, cousins of the bride, were identically gowned in street length scarlet velvet with white accessories and short red veils. Each carried three long-stemmed white roses with a white velvet bow. In a short-sleeved version of the bridal gown, flower girl Miss Sandy Jo Turner, cousin of the bride, carried a white basket filled with red blooms. Richard Jaeger served as best man and musician was Mrs. Sue Johnson. The mother of the bride chose an empire-styled street length dress of pink, while the mother of the groom selected dark brown, princess-styled with gold buttons. Each wore an orchid. A reception held in the church following the ceremony was attended by the 200 wedding guests, and red gladioli decorated the room. The four-tiered heart-shaped cake was topped by bride and groom figures and ornamented with a cross and rings. Serving Tree I prize. I recently saw a Spiro Agnew watch offered for sale very cheaply in the repair department of a jewelry store. "This watch," said the jeweler bitterly, "was absolutely uncalled for." **It I can remove from my divan All cat hair, dust and dirt With just one application of My nicest black wool skirt. Poor Dental Health Noted In America Most Americans have a cornucopia of good foods at their disposal but that doesn't mean they have good dental health. The facts about the loss of what should be good teeth are shocking, reports the Health Insurance Institute. It has been estimated that 20 million Americans who are 34 and older have lost all their teeth to periodontal or gum di~ase. And another 35 million appear headed for the same loss. What's more, dentists estimate that there are 800 million to one billion cavities going untreated in the nation. And the U.S. Surgeon General's office says that last year less than half the people in the U.S. visited a dentist even once. Many dietitians have pointed out that Americans eat well but not wisely. Now new evidence indicates that tooth loss and decay may be as much a matter of poor nutrition as it is of neglect. A team of dentists at Cornell University said their experiments show periodontal disease is caused by a deficiency of calcium or excess of phosphates in the diet, rather than "plaque," as many dentists believe. Plaque is the hard substance, formed by food and the mouth's chemical actions, that attaches to the surface of a tooth, particularly at the gumline. Good dental habits cannot begin too early, dentists agree. Even babies should be guarded against tooth decay. Two English dentists recently warned that babies who sleep while sucking on their milk bottles may suffer tooth decay later. The lengthy contact with sugared milk makes baby's upper front teeth susceptible to decay. -" Z S_2--E-_-_2222-_22225 - - -S,C-_-_ - .... - ........... 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 i 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 good selection of crewel embroidery supplies and kits and needle point yarns, blank canvas and kits. THE 2020 Olympic Hwy. N. On Mountain View ----S-2-_- ................. 22-3_2 ......... Page 8 - Shetton-Mason County Journal - Thursday, January 21, 1971 Ison Is Mr. and Mrs. James Cowelt Kolowinski Jr. were Mrs. George Davis, Mrs. Keith Simpson and Mrs. Joe Simpson, aunts of the bride, and Carol Kunkle. Mrs. Neil Rostvold was in charge of the guest book and presiding at the gift table were Mrs. Larry Pfaff, sister of the groom, and Mrs. Cy Turner, aunt of the bride. A later reception was held in the home of the bride's parents. The bride is a Shelton High School years attended Community College in The groom was Garfield High School irl Wa. and is now em Hoffman Olympia, where the reside. MR. AND MRS. RAYMOND PHILLIPS engagement of their daughter Joyce to Kenneth of Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Woodall. All are of Shelton, young people attended Shelton schools. No weddingc been set. THE "IN" LOOK! Just the right boot for the look. Available in Spanish Moss. Low Style Ask for your Golden Goose High Style Shown "The Family .., Shoe Store" Our Shoe Club NoW Over 2548 Membel 107 S.