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January 31, ].963 SHELTON--MAg0N COUNTY J01:tPNAL Published tn rrChitma,t:mm), U:&amp;A.', ghelton, Washington Arrangements ] Rachel Knott Guild > Ann Rau Named High S h ! Sp tlight For/ What's Cooking In Whose Kitchen? I Lo00.l Homemaker ire of Shelto.n " C O0 0  aking Plans Club Meet,ha Next-to-New Sale l , Recipe Favorites of County Residents /Contest Winner Garden Chlb was Mrs. Richard Brewer was he,- " /[iss Ann Rau. has been mmed ined Jan. 21 at the home tess for tle January 18 hmeheon ., lwinner from Irene S. Reed high meetinR of the l%achel Knott O1"- school in the 1963 Betty Crocker F. A. Travis. St. AtWac- arlan,elnents were made by Mrs Percy Ken- H. A. Han.sn3eier and interesting  alk entitled For Everyone" was given Travis and was follawed pen disctIssion ious re-frestlments Were ser- MrS. tPrank Smith alld l,,[rs. Wiisiers. Mrs. Travis pre- each one present with a - f daisy seeds. HEATING EXPETS ,t0 f AN iiiii::::ii::i:i !!::iii!i::ii:!:i CORALIE ANDERSON will graduate from Irene S. Reed high school this spring. In the fall she intends to enter Western Wash- ington college where she will prepare to be a teacher. 1ADEMIKIr, Ira. SPECIALS FROI!I - Westinghouse@ WESTINGHOUSE REFRIGERATOR =:i. ,00oo ,.--,219o o ' i |,l 0 laundromat L"30 " Multi-Cycle Wash Control Weighing Door i Cold Water Wash and Rinse Suds 'N Water Save; Fsh-Button Wash Cycles More Washing Power ,228oo Priced matching dryer available CLEARANCE PRICED t Irene S. Reed senior student in the spotlight this week is Coralie Anderson. Coralie is a member of Future Teachers of America, Pep Club. Girls' Athletic Associa- tion. Honor Society and Girls' Club Executive Board. She plans to attend Vestern Washington College at Bellingham after high school. Coralie wants to be a teacher, but hasn't decided whether to major m math or Eng- lish. Her subjects, this last year in high school include trigonometry, civics, chemistry, French and Eng- ish. Swimming is Coralie's favorite hobby. She spends as much time as possible in the water and is the hotdm' of a senior life sawng btdge. In the spring she turns ou.t for tennis. Coralie is another of the many ISR sttlents who was born right here in Shelton. Her birthdate was January 25. 1945. She is 5'6" tall. has g:een eyes and light brown 3aU', The daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Anderson, she is their only girl. She has three brothers. Rick 21; Jim. 16. and Ron. 9. The An- dersons make their home on Moore Hill. WCTU Meeting Is Scheduled Tomorrow The Woman's Christian Temper- ante Union will meet at I p,m. this Friday at lhe home of Mrs. Mer- riLL Wingard, 2210 Olympic Hwy North. The program topic will be "'Or- ganization Brings Strength" and a study o "Narcotic Education" will also be made. t Her recipe for Refrigerator Nut Butter Cookies is a favorite of Peggy Havens because it makes a large batch of delicious buttery cookies which can be baked as she finds the time or need for them. As her three boys grow up, Peggy will find more and more use for large recipes. The Havens boys are Jeff. 4, Brad, 3. md Danny, 16 months. Peggy's husband. Pat. is a member of the Junior and Senior high school teaching taff. His field is music. Peggy is a member of the Lady of the Woods Guild of the St. Ed- ward's Catholic church. Knitting and sewing are hobbies she enjoys when she finds time to work them in. REFRIGERATOR NUT BUTTER COOKIES 1 cup Brown Sugar 1 cup White Sugar 1 lb. Butter or Substitute 3 Eggs, unbeaten 1 level tsp. Soda  tsl. Salt 5 cups Flour 1 cap chopped Nut Combine ingradient, in a large bowl. Mix v2Ith hands. Shape in 2 or 3 rolls. Chill until fimn. Slice and bake on ungrcased cookie sheet. 10-12 rain. at 350 degrees. TO BE MARRIED,>" \\;Ve may well go to the moon, but that's not very far. The great- est di.tance wc have to COVer still lies within us.-- Charles de Gaulle. thopedie Guild with Mrs. Kenneth [Pl.anl( as co-hostess, The president. Mrs. Les Shelver. eon,hlcled the business meeting lhat followod. Mrs. Samuel Frilz. secretary, read the minutes of the November meeting, no business meeting having been held in De- cember due to the Christmas par- ty. The trea alrer. Mrs. Brewer. remounted l.hal dues for active, as well as inactive, lnenlbers, are due or iho coming year. Mrs. Frilz rcada letter from the Shel/on General Hospital than- king tim o'uild for the canned fruits and vegetables donated at Christ- lllas time. Mrs. Grover Brewster, assisted by Mrs. Harry Deegan, will again have charge of the Penny Drive which stm'ts May 1. Mrs Fritz, chairman of the Next to New Sale, said that ar- ticles should be taken to the home of Mrs. Roy Kimbel by March 15 ,nd that a quantity of clothing and artieles for the sale is lready there. She would like as many of the members as possible to attend the work parties which will be held once a week before the sale. A discussion wil] be held at the February 15 meeting as to a suit- able day each week for the work parties. The guild is considering having permanent racks made to hold the e]oting, In addition to clothing, such articles as jewelry, purses, vases, pots and pans, furniture. books and magazines, will be on hand. The sale is to be held at the PUD Auditorium March 29-30. If anything is left over, another sale will be held for one day. Mrs. Shelver thanked the hos- tesses for a delicious luncheon. ? VFW Post Meeting Friday Evening The next regular meeting of VFX Post 1694 will be held at 8 p.m. this Friday at the Memorial hall. Members are urged to attend and sign a card naming benificiary e.n their accident and dismember- ment policy. AI Pinney, service officer for the post. is in Veterans Hospital in Seattle for an extended stay. Merve Smith will handle Mr. Pinney's calls at 426-6085. There will be a crab feed at 8 p.m. next Tuesday at the Aber- deen VFV Post. Members of all posts are welcome. BISSERS MEET FUTURE I) AUGHTER-IN-LAV A/2C Antone Bisser was re- cently home on 4-day leave from Shilling AFB, K art s a s. He brought his fiancee, Miss Sharon Caromdy of Sparks, Nevada, to meet his parents. Mr. and Mrs, Victor Bisser of Island Lake. ELLINOR CHAPTER OES SOCIAL CLUB POTLUCK Ellinor Chapter, Order of Eas- tern Star Social Club xWill meet Monday for a noon potluck lun- cheon at the home of Mrs. George Moake of Eldon. VEIAOME CHAPTER OES SOCIAL CLUB LUNCHEON Welcome Chapter, Order of Eas- tern Star Social Club wilt meet for a noon hmcheon next Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Lawrence Mun- son. 1101 Turner. All Star members are welcome. DISHWASHER ,148o o PEGGY HAVENS' Refrigerator Nut Butter Cookie recipe makes a large batch. The cookies can be stored in rolls in the refrigera- tor before baking or all baked at once and kept in the freezer until needed. Danny, Brad and Jeff pose with their morn. Valentine's Day Set For Annual Spring Style Show Valentine's Day has been set as the date for the anmml spring style show and luncheon by the Olympia area Orthopedic council. Proceeds from this affairs, which will be held at the Tyee restaurant o Highway 99 near Olympia, will go to the Mary Bridge Orthopedic Hospital in Tacoma. Co-chairmen of the hmeheon and style show are Mrs. D. M. Patillo find Mrs. Fred Metealf. Styles will be shown by M. M. Morris store, Olympia. Cards may be played following the show. Mrs. Frank Earl will be in charge of distribut- ing them. An added attraction will be duet composed of Mrs. Hartley Kruger and Mrs. Scott Milligan. who will play dinner music during the show. The luncheon is open to the pub- lic. Tidets and reservations may be secured by eatling Mrs. Robert Cole, phone 943-0966. Canal Amaranth Pancake Breakfast Canal Court. Order of Amaranth will serve a pancake breakfast to tle public February 10 at the Lilli- waup choolhouse between 8 a.m. and 2 p.m, Mrs. Mattie Backlund will super- vise the preparation of pancakes, eggs, bacon and coffee. Adults may eat as much as they like for $1 donation. Mrs. Backhmd is a superb cook. She won a prize in a television contest and was congratulated by Erie Stanley Gardner. famous au- thor, who enjoyed her wild black- berry pie. Use Journal Want Ads Search for the American Home- n]a.ker of Tomorrow, She thus be- comes e}igible fo one of 102 scho- larships with a total value <)f $110.000. Miss Rau's papers have been entered in competition with those of other state high school winners for state-wide honors. The State Homemaker of Tomorrow will be named m the spring. She will re- ceive a $1500 scholarship. Winner of the national contest will have her scholarship raised to $5000. Miss Rau is the daughter df"Mr. and Mrs. Alien Ram SllA PINOCHLE CLUrll The SRA Pinochle Club'" \\;<'ill meet at 8 p.m. Monday at the Me- morial hall. I I I LOANS up to '5000 :,,,-+,, Loans on furnitur% automobiles, equip- ment, livestock, or other security and take up to 48 months to repay. Credit Life Insurance is avail- able. Phone, stop in or write: SERVIGE FINANGE GO. 124 Railroad Ave. Shelton, Washington Phone 426-4447 Thurston Savings & Loan Introduces a New SAVE-BY-HAIL ENVELOPE bringing our teller's window Evergreen PTA '  AS NEAR Meets Last Week ;; AS YOUR Evergreen School Parent Tea- i-: chers Association met at the !ii? ::  M school last Thursday. .::::;i,:::;..'. ...... ,,,, AI It was announced that the an- nual spaghetti dinner would be Feb. 28 in the school auditorium. There will be an exhibit of stud- L ent's school work in connection with the dinner. A tape recording explaining the "level system" was presented wth B 0 a question and answer period fol- lowing. "  :::;:). = The invocation was given by Rev. i!i i Clarence Lody of St. David's" Epis- i{ copal Church and the flag salute ;! i was led by Cub Scout Pack 10, X Den 8. Eagles Auxiliary Sets FOR BOT H ...... Basket Social Date SAV/N(S The members of the Eagles EJectric Home Heating Auxiliary will have a basket social O O February 12 at the airport hall. The group is planning a h'um- HDR " mage sale ]VIarch 8-9. Anyone hay-WIT (=ALS ing rummage to be ieked up i THE REV. AND MRS. RAY asked to call 426-2420 or 426-3490. Mainwaring of Kasilof, Alaska, L  J  announce the engagement of sNONo-- "-; gE their daug hter, Miss Janice Rue PINOCHLE PARTY Mainwaring, to Richard Alden Swanson, son of Mr. and Mrs. The Skokomish Community Club  John A. Swanson of Delmar, will sponsor another pinoehle par- ! i i ! i !i New York. Miss Mainwaring ty this Saturday evening. "ard Zp:iticnWeeii   attended Biola College in Los pb, ying xll start at 8:15 p.m. at Angeles, Calif., and was grad- the Middle Skokomish Community \\; unated from Emanuel Hospital hall. " " school of Nursing, Portland. She The public is welcoene. is presently on the staff of Reed College in Portland as a cam- . BELFAIR WAR I VETS SLATE POTLUCK MEET ready-addressed envelope, get " Clean As Electric Light " The cleanest way to heat your home is with built-in ELECTRIC home heatingthe modern system that cre- ates heat instantly, silently, automatically. Belfair Barracks No. 2778,, Worl War I Veterans. and the Ladies Auxiliary will meet at 1 p.m. Sun- day at the Belfair Masonic hall. There will be a potluck lunche- on followed by a meeting and in- stallation of new officers for 1963. If a good face is a letter of recommendation, a good heart is a letter of credit.--Edward George Bulwer-Lytton. Electric heat is as clean as electric light--and as safe and silent, too. With warmth-by-wire, there's no fuel, no storage requiremetts, no flue, no fumesjust the even warmth that you can control, room by room, with individual thermostats. Your walls, your draperies, carpets and furniture will stay clean longer. Ask for the facts about the home heating system of tomorrow that's here today---clean, quiet, comfortable electric heat. aus nurse. Mr. Swanson rec- eived his BBA degree from the University of Michigan. He is presently attending the Episco- pal Theological School in Cam- bridge, Mass. A summer wed- ding is planned. Everybody's heart is open, you know. when they have recently es caped from severe pain, or are re- coverlg the blesssing of halth. Jane Austen. Enjoy Famous Music, Sung by the Famed GUSTAVUS ADOLPHUS COLLEGE OHOIR presented under the auspices of the I I Mason County Ministerial Association _xXXx I / 1//,, andother --'llrA'r;l00. SUNDAY FEB. 3 i( We$|lnghouse AppHon0es cr00/c00r oo :IS, ' -at- *) B ata:is'M'--li'Tl'e h HELTON ELECTRIC CO .,so, p g 9 NO 3 a pt t C I u r c COUNTY = Railroad Ave. JACK COLE, president; TOM WEBB, vice-president; French, British and Czech origin; The Bach Motet; and others. - 426-6283 El:) TAYLOR, Secretary J ERY SAMPLES, Manager Also featuring several of the choir's fine soloists. these convenient "Save-by-Mail" envel- opes by stopping in, phoning or writing us, where... YOUR SAVINGS at current annual rates EARN DIVIDENDS AT @ 400,4% i compounded four times annually H i t Sheiton Branch Thurston County Federal Savings & Loan Association Accounts Insured to $10,000.00 by the F.S.LI.C. 9 A.M. -=- 4 P.M. Monday thru Thursday 10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Fridays Home Office Branch Office 5th & Capitol Way 313 Railroad h Olympia, Wash. Shelton, Wash. AFE DEPOSIT BOXES Private, Confidential, Ecor N 0 T IG E : Now open Fridays Gonhnuously I0:00 a.m, to 5:30 p,m, 313 Railroad Ave. Private, Confidential, Economical I II