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January 28, 1971     Shelton Mason County Journal
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A HUGE DEEP RED Amaryllis was grown by Judy Calvin from a Dutch bulb. Mrs. Judy Calvin Up A Clever, Tasty Casserole Very, t md of house plants is Judy ('alvin. and especially adept is she in the growing of Amaryllis. She ordered, tills fall, two tt(dland~glown Amaryllis bulbs. One o~ lhem was intended as a gJit h)r her mother-in-law and the f)ther was ior her own enjoyment. Scheduled for ('hristmas id~)ming, the bulbs were delayed ~rl transit because of strike iondit!()IIs, and were not potted ~m~i] a '~tek prior to the holiday. Oli l)ectmber 20, when she p~esentcd the gift to her mother-m-law on her birthday, b~th bulbs were sprouted, ~howing several inches of growth. On New Year's Day, Judy's she met and married Dennis Calvin. In addition to the growing of house plants, Judy likes to sew. Both she and her husband like to snow ski, and they enjoy the family pets, a Pekingese dog and a guinea pig. She attends the Methodist Church, and was formerly a member of the Jaycttes. "Taking care of two small children," she says, "doesn't leave much time for outside activities." She gives a recipe which is a great favorite with her family and friends. Baked Bean - Cornbread Casserole Amaryllis opened, on a 24 inch stalk its first bl~ssom~ brilliant ~;2, 16-oz. cans po~k and beans ........... , .... red and eight-and-~-haff tneh~ tit 1 Jiametcr Iwo su~h stalks were small pkg. cornbread mix ~ J~d ~.Jch bearing four of Mrs. (alvin last year grew a l)utch Amaryllis with pink blooms, equally large but opening on shorter stems. After flowering, the plant was well-tended with frequent applications of fertilizer and water until the foliage had completely matured and dried away, This bulb is again approaching the blooming period. Judy will carefully care for this year's bulb in order that it, too, may again and again produce it's magnificent bloossoms. Judy, her husband Dennis and sons Wade and Warren who are, respectively, four years old and almost two, moved into their new home on Turner hill only two months ago. Much landscaping and gardening is on the agenda for the coming spring and summer m on ths. Judy Cotvin was born in ()lymp~a, and came to Shelton with her parents in 1955, when they moved from Tenino. Here C. diced onions C. catsup Mix beans with onions, catsup and half of wieners, diced. Remaining wieners may be added whole or diced as desired. Mix cornbread as directed on package and spread over bean mixture. Bake at 350 degrees for 20 or 30 minutes, testing cornbread with toothpick. Serve hot from the baking dish. Grange To Meet The 7:30 p.m. meeting of the Fair Harbor Grange will be preceded by a potluck supper at 6 p.m. next Thursday in the Grapeview Fire Hall. Silver Stars Ride A good ride with no rain was reported by four members of the Silver Stars Saddle Club who met at noon Saturday at the Cliff Benson ranch. On the pews of Shelton First Baptist Church were tied large red bows centered with white poinsettias and red poinsettia plants adorned the altar for the December 20 wedding of Sylvia Sund and Bruce Wilson. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold E. Sund of Hoodsport and the groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wilson of Shelton. The Rev. Jerry Larson performed the double ring ceremony at 3 p.m. before 350 guests. Escorted by her father, the bride was gowned in floor length white satin embossed with white velvet and styled with an emplre waist, long sleeves and a trailing train. At wrist and neck was trim fashioned of looped satin. From a petaled tiara short layers of tulle formed her veil, with a swath extending the length of the train. She wore shoes of matching white satin and carried a cascade of white roses and dark green Ming Pine interspersed with tiny red velvet bows. Identically costumed were matron of honor Mrs. Sharon Lindal and maid of honor Miss Sheryl Sund, both sisters of the bride, as well as bridesmaids Miss Linda Hopey, Mrs. Verdell McAferty, Miss Beth Quimby and Mrs. Linda Rollins. White bunny fur edged the neckline of the deep red velvet long-sleeved, empire-waisted gowns, and trimmed the bottom of the floor length, slightly gathered skirts. To white fur muffs were attached corsages of Ming Pine with feathered red carnations and ribbons of red velvet. Headpieces were formed of red velvet bows with white fur pom-pons on red velvet cording. Attired in the TODAY'S auxiliary No. 5372 of Belfair will be held at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday in the Lower Elementary School where meetings first were held. All current, former and prospective members and friends are welcome. On Feb. 2, 1946, 22 women and 31 men were instituted to form the original group. For 15 years the post and auxiliary have sponsored the Community Halloween Carnival, with assistance from local clubs; for 10 years the organization has hosted in both spring and fall the Puget Sound Retriever Trials; benefit dinners have been held and countless community projects accomplished; veterans hospitals Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Wilson same fashion were flower girls Brenda Wilson, sister of the groom and Jenny Lindal, niece of the bride. White candles in candelabra tied with red bows were lighted by Cindy Sund and Mary Sund, cousins of the bride, wearing Jan Danford, Society Editor empire-waisted and long-sleeved dresses of floor length dark green velvet. Dick Daniels was best man and ushering were Dave Bayley, John Lindal, Glenn VanBlaricom, Brad Wilson and Brian Wilson. Don Bearden served as ear organist and also sang a selection, accompanied by Sheryl Sund, pianist. Carol Ann Murillo, self-accompanied on guitar, served also as vocalist. Both songs were written by the soloists. Black patent leather accessories were worn by the mother of the bride with her mint-green crepe-knit dress and matching jacket trimmed with rhinestone buttons. To accent her beige linen ensemble, the coat of which was flecked with dark brown the mother of the groom chose dark brown accessories. Red and green trimmed their white rose corsages. Tables in the church parlors, where a reception followed the ceremony, were adorned with red bows and plants of red poinsettias. A four-tiered chocolate cake was frosted in white with a trim of red poinsettias and tiny green holly leaves fashioned of frosting. Serving were Mesdames Robert Sund, Robert Neath, Jack Rainey, Tom Werner, and Miss Pam Olson. In charge of the guest book was Mrs. Bette Morton with Miss Debbie Easguard and Miss Rosanne Gain presiding at the gift table. Reception music was presented by pianists Sheryl Sund and Becky Bates. Both bride and groom are graduates of Shelton High School. The bride, majoring in elementary education, will be graduated from Seattle Pacific College in June. The groom is majoring in sociology in Stanford University. After a ten day wedding trip to Hawaii, and attendance at the Rose Bowl parade and game at Pasadena, the Bruce Wilsons are at home in Seattle. WWSC Freshman Sally Einarsson Receives Offices Sally B. Einarsson, Shelton, has been appointed Chairman of J-Board of Mathes Hall at Western Washington State College after recently being elected to serve on the Judicial Board. The Board consists of three permanent members and three lottery members. College Judiciary proceedings are instituted only for violations of college regulations. Sally also has been elected to serve four quarters as a freshman Rocky Howard # Hi h School Spotli ht Contemplating a career in Oceanography, Rocky Howard is one of two students enrolled in the non-credited scientific German course offered by Shelton High School. His other subjects include civics, Washington State History, trigonometry, physics, and stage band, in which he plays lead guitar. He student teaches advanced biology, and he plans to attend Evergreen State College. He has been for three years a member of the German Club, and a member of the Science Club for two years. As a sophomore he belonged to the Rifle Club. He is currently Boys' Club senior class representative and a student faculty committee member. Active in 4-H for six years, he participated in many fields including gardening and horses. He owns an Appaloosa mare and Working at Thriftwa after school and him with little leisure, of his spare time is stalking the wiley "I haven't caught says, "but I keep comingi Meetings S hel-Toa Guild January 8 in the home, Christensen with Ms Hanlon as spring rummage discussed with March 5 tentative date. A white sale was conducted s members. The December held on the 17th of the Sharon Bechtold's Co-hostesses were and Pat Preppernau. A her six month old colt and enjoys business meeting was representative on the Home riding as well as hunting and a giftexchange. )'!~te~lSth am~versaw of the are visited, and, assistance given to veterans, who are, often thus paid. EconOmies AdvisOry~Counci~Tl~" ,, fishing. : ' : TM ~2: ~ ~ : or'~P~'fl~1~lOtt:'bf Veterans at ~t~th the veteran and his family;, fr~tl~ecareftheqrw'ncl'/ffdre~:~ Coiancil cbn~sists of twelve ~ ' Rocky, ~'6 ~6"if~ b'TM'f."find- ...... " ............... "~- Foreign Wars Nuel Curtis Post and local youth groups are helped; Twenty-five year pins will be permanent members which .Mrs. Doyle Howard, was born in Card Parties determine the objectives of the Home Economics department. Miss Einarsson, a freshman majoring in Home Economics, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Einarsson of Shelton. Improvement Club Meeting Planned Hood Canal Improvement Club will meet at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday in the Union Fire Hall. The meeting is open to the public. Two game protectors and a representative from the State Fisheries will be present to speak and to show films on sports. Cosmetics Eagles Auxiliary will hold pinochle first and third Tuesdays month at 1 p.m. Multi-service Center. Now, tara limited time, your choice of lovely silver water, wine or sherbet goblet, all from famed International Silver Co.c--abso' lutely FREE when you open a savings account of $500 or more, or when you add $500 to your present savings account at TCF. Then, with each additional deposit of only $250 or more, you can purchase additional goblets for just $3. But hurry. Start your set now. This offer may have to be limited, soon. THURIITON COUNTY FEDERAl, 8AVINGS.AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OLYMPIA--- Home Office Fifth 6, Copitol Way Shelton on April 6, 1953, and has four younger brothers and a little sister. Randy is a sophomore; Don is in seventh grade; Ted is a fifth grader; Tom attends third grade; and Jeannie is a pre-schooler. LACEY SHELTON Branch Branch Guild To Meet Donnie J. O'Neill Orthopedic Guild will meet at 8 p.m. Wednesday in the home of Joan Manke with Margaret Anderson as co-hostess. NEW OFFICERS of the Shelton Adult Art Club are, left to right, Velma Graves, president; Rea Roe, secretary; Helen Baker, vice-president; and Bev Townsend, treasurer. They will preside at their first meeting when the club convenes at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday in the PUD auditorium. Members will sit for charcoal portraits to be done by Eva Perkins, Seattle area artist, who will also display water colors. All interested persons are welcome to attend. received by 12 auxiliary members, and one, joining by transfer, will be awarded a 30 year pin. Many other pins will be given including three 25 year pins to Post members and two 35 year pins to transfer members. contributions are made to further cancer research. The National organization sponsors a children's home in Eaton Rapids, Mich. where the children of veterans can be raised by house mothers, the widows of for YOU 4111 Madt Square | 111 Reilmd Avenue Memorial Service Held By Hood al Women By DOLORES DRAKE Memorial services for Mrs. William Gilbert (Cecil) were conducted by Mrs. John Shortsleeves at the January 21 meeting of the Hood Canal Federated Woman's Club. Cecil was born October 17, 1888 in Council Bluff, Iowa. When she was three years old Cecil's family, the Hunters, moved to Skokomish Valley where they homesteaded and started the development of that fertile area. Cecil grew up there and was one'of the first to work in the County Auditors office, keeping records. Cecil married William Gilbert on March 18, 1913. They had two children, Shirley Hanson of Shelton and Dean of Spokane. Cecil and Billy lived in Seattle until 1940 when they moved to Hoodsport. It was about this time she joined the Hood Canal Federated Woman's Club and became active in all its affairs. She was the only club member ever given the distinction of Honorary President. She spearheaded the drive to get the clubhouse started. Cecil was always willing to do more than PTO Will Meet A display of student hobbies will be presented at the meeting of Pioneer PTO to be held at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday in the school. her share and served on almost every committee. As recently as last spring, she prepared luncheon for all the club members. When Cecil learned she had a terminal illness, she faced it with courage and serenity. Although life had not always been kind to her and there were many hardships and heartbreaks, she never complained and always had compassion for others. Her sweet and gentle manner endeared her to all who knew her. PERFECT CHOICE LOWREY RENT or BUY on Easy Terms Johnny's Music Box 205 Cota 426-4302 REMOVING FACIAL HAIR Q. Can all depilatories be used on the face? A. No. The skin on your face is more sensitive than the skin on the rest of your body and must ~erefore, be treated with specia| care. A .dep atory formulated espec al~y for use on the face is gentler than a regular depilatory. Following use of a depilatory, a special skin-soothing cream should be applies to Your face. MAKEUP FOR OILY SKIN Q. I have a very o ly complexion. What kind of foundation WOuld be best for me? A. A medicated foundation that fights blemishes would be your best choice. If you prefer a non-medicated foundation, read the label on the package carefully. You Would naturally not want to use a foundation that is formulated to fight dryness .or lubricate dry skin. Whatever foundation you use, you can minimize any oil "sh!ne through", b~ using a fresnener unoer the foundation and powder over it, Neil's Pharmacy Emergency Ph. 426-2165 Fifth & Franklin St.--426.3327 Open Daily 9:30 to 7:30 Saturdays -- 9:30 to 0 Page 6 - Shelfon-Mason County Journal - Thursday, January 28, 1971