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February 4, 1971     Shelton Mason County Journal
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PLANNING A LATE summer wedding are Judith Carol Smith, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Patrick Smith of Shelton, and Dale James Harlow, son of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond J. Harlow of Olympia. Miss Smith, a Shelton High Sclqool gr-ai luate, attended both Yakima Valley College in Yakima and Dietz Business College, and is now employed by the State of Washington. Her fiance was graduated from Olympia High School and attended Centralia Junior College. Having served with the U.S. Marines, he is now employed by the Olympia YMCA. Dinner Dance Is Scheduled The annual Chinese New Year Orthopedic Guilds, and all Dinner Dance will be held in the proceeds will go to the Children's New Officers B The Priscilla Club of Cloquallum held their first meeting of the year at the Cloquallum Grange Hall at noon on January 25. Hostesses were Mary Walko and Bed Loertscher, who provided Valentine decorations for the occasion. Newly-elected officers began their tenure of service and eleven members answered to the roll call. Projects under consideration included the making of a quilt to be finished and kept on hand for emergency use in the community; a discussion on the proposed incorporation of the club; and the various repairs which are needed Sashayers Attend Council Dance More than 20 square dancers from the Salty Sashayers attended the Sou'wester Council Dance held in Centralia Saturday night. The square dancing class currently sponsored by the club and taught by Ed Matthews will graduate on February 13. In response to numerous requests a new class will begin study on February 15, to meet weekly on Monday evenings. Further information will appear in the next issue of the Journal. Degree Received William Gene Archer received a bachelor's degree from Western Washington State College at the end of the fall quarter. egin Service on the hall. The February meeting will be held as a noon potluck lunch at the Grange Hall on February 16. Hostesses will be Gall Garvin and Freda Granice. Each member is asked to bring a dish towel to donate to the club kitchen. Diane Elliott Will Speak At Luncheon Diane Elliott of Olympia will be devotional speaker for the Monday meeting of the Christian Women's Club to be held at noon in the Hallmark Inn. The State Patrol will present a feature on safe driving for ladies. The January 11 meeting, for which the presentation was, originally scheduled, was cancelled because of weather conditions. Music will be provided by a local trio led by Vernabelle Rice. For reservations and for futher information call 426-6543 or 426-3555. Lilliwaup Club To Meet Friday Lilliwaup Community Club will meet for a 6:30 p.m. potluck on Friday in the clubhouse. Dinner will be followed by a business meeting and the playing of pinochle. Shelton National Guard Armory Orthopedic Hospital in Seattle. By Inn l~nford --- -- ! on Saturday from 9 p.m. to 2 The Aub Schmidt Combo will = = _ -- _ -_ = -- -- -- = _ = -_ _ - Today, Thursday, Feb. 4 Rotary Club luncheon, noon, Ming Tree Cafe. Toastmasters Club, 6:45 a.m., Timbers Restaurant. Slimette Tops, 7 p.m., court house annex. Yacht Club dinner, 6 p.m.; business meeting, 8 p.m.; at the clubhouse. Navy Mothers Club, 7:30 p.m., PUD Conference room. Multi-service Center board meeting, 7:30 p.m. at the center. Eagles Auxiliary Schedules Events A rummage sale is planned by Eagles Auxiliary No. 2079 for March 11 and 12,.and will be held in the PUD auditorium. Those having clean and salable items to donate are asked to call 426-1181, or they may bring the material to the Eagles Hall on meeting nights. At a 6:30 p.m. potluck to be held in the airport hall on February 23, Secret Sisters will be revealed and names drawn for new Secret Sisters. Doris Human was initiated into the organization on January 26. Birthday Party Planned By 8 &40 A birthday party is planned and members are asked to bring baby pictures to the regular meeting of Mason County Salon No. 508 8&40 to be held Monday in the Memorial Hall. A dinner VWWI Madrona Barracks & Auxiliary, noon potluck, Memorial Hall. Fair Harbor Grange, potluck, 6 p.m.; meeting, 7:30 p.m., Grapeview Fire Hall. Friday, Feb. 5 Chamber of Commerce board meeting, 7:30 a.m., Timbers Restaurant. Drivers license examiner, 10 a.m. - 5 p.m., court house basement. VFW Auxiliary, 8 p.m., Memorial Hall. Rummage sale, St. David's Episcopal Church, 10 a.m. - 4 p.m.. Sponsored by St. Hughes Guild of Allyn. Lilliwaup Community Club, 6:30 p.m. potluck, at the club. Saturday, Feb. 6 Game night, 8 p.m., Eagles Hall at the airport. Sunday, Feb. 7 Shelton churches invite you to attend the church of your choice. District I, VWWI, at Retsel. Rainbow Girls practice, 12:30 p.m., Masonic Temple. Monday, Feb. 8 PUD No. 3 commission meeting, 1 p.m., PUD conference room. County commission meeting, 10 a.m., court house. Shelton bridge Club, 7:15 p.m., PUD auditorium. Goodwill truck in town. Phone 426-4847 for pickups. It's About Time Tops, 7:30 p.m., County Health Offace. LANCE, 7:30 p.m., PUD conference room. Christian Women's Club, noon, Hallmark inn. will be served at 7 p.m. Mason County Salon No. 508 a.m. play, and dinner will be served at Through fracture, abcess, comedienne at heart. However, The event is sponsored by the midnight. 8 & 40, dinner, 7 p.m., Memorial Evergreen and the Vicki Lee No tickets will be sold at the Sprain and tumor there aretimes when even a clown Women's Society Hall. door. Reservations must be made I have kept my should be taken seriously. Rainbow Girls meeting, 7:30 by calling Mrs. Bert Demers at Sense of humor. I was with a small and select To Meet Tuesday p.m., Masonic Temple. James D. Rotz 426-2406. This is Chinese year group of what I had heretofore A noon lunch will be followed Tuesday, Feb. 9 4669, the Year of the Boar. Now I weep considered my close and kindly Kiwanis Club luncheon, noon, On President's List To smilenomore, friends. I was attempting to by a business meeting and a Timbers Restaurant. Afflicted with explain to them the swollen and program when the Women's City Commission meeting, 2 Society of Christian Service meets p.m., city hall. James D. Rotz, president last Sale Planned A fever sore. woebegone condition of my Tuesday in the United Methodist year of the Shelton High School ... countenance. School board meeting, 8 p.m., student body and currently A rummage sale sponsored by "Oh, look at her!" someone Church. majoring in electronics in Grays the St. Hughes Guild of Allyn will I seem to be regarded by my cried. "She's doing an imitation! "Communications" is the Evergreen School. 4-H leaders Council meeting, Harbor College in Aberdeen, held be held Friday from 10 a.m. to 4 contemporaries as some sort of She's talking with a mouthful of theme for a panel discussion 7:30 p.m., extension office. p.m. in St. David's Episcopalclown, which actually pleases me marbles!" Moose Lodge, 8 p.m., airport ~~erqlB of 3.65 for ~ , arranged by Marcia Stewart. All ~:' ~ :'~"' ' Church at 4th ~d Ce~ftlt: :: .... tmmert~8 ~ i~y~la~en a~ i; "I am NOT," I stated as women of the community are hall. , ~., s~ernly as my stuttering gums Welcome. i~ .... Degt~e-'dt Honor, ~'8 p:m.,~ could manage, "doing an imitation, and I do NOT have a mouthful of marbles! The swelling of my jaundiced jaw is extremely authentic. I have just had three upper molars extracted and replaced by a partial plate." Screams of delight. "Isn't she PRICELESS! She's' pretending that she has false teeth!" "I'M NOT pretending!" I shouted, snapping at my slipping uppers and wiping my chin, "and I DON'T have false teeth! At least not many. Just a few. Molars. Uppers. In back." Shrieks of merriment. I waved my hands furiously in front of my face, signaling for silence. The imbeciles subdued themselves somewhat, but it was apparent that they were poised on the brink of hysteria, ready to roll in the aisles at my slightest murmur. "Thith ith theriouth," I thaid- said-, as I disentangled my tongue, "this mouthful of malfunctioning machinery is slowly cutting my throat and chewing the interior of my face to ribbons while you bird-brains laugh it up." "Your a card," they assured me. "And you," I replied bitterly, "are a stupid bunch of ..." Fortunately the final portion of my remarks were drowned in waves of laughter. I departed in what dignity I could muster. I went home in a huff. I looked in the mirror and laughed until the tears ran down my cheeks. I looked just like I had a mouthful of marbles. ASSORTED CHOCOLATES, non-chocolate party wafers and mints are offered by the Campfire Girls whose annual candy sale, now in progress, will run through February 13. Purchases may be made from the girls or by phoning Dodie Pietvin at 426-2404. Left to right in the back row are Suzanne Graves, Carolyn Cuzick and Traci Hanson. In front are Sara Overran, left, and Vicki Putvin. Winners Named SheI-Toa Sets Tasting Party Shet-toa Guild will meet today in the home of Georgia Johnson with Nola Parsons as co-hostess. Following the business meeting will be a tasting party with each member bringing their favorite prepared dessert or casserole. Guests are invited. Union Ladies Club To Elect Officers The Union Ladies Civic Club will elect officers at a meeting to be held at noon next Thursday in the Union Fire Hall. Hostesses will be Ellen Rebman and Margaret Stillwell. A husbands-and-wives party is planned. Memorial Hall. Elinor Chapter OES, 8 p.m., Union Masonic Hall. Mason County Credit Women, 7:30 a.m., Timbers Restaurant. Eagles Auxiliary, 8 p.m., Eagles Hall at airport. Women's Society of Christian Service, noon luncheon, business meeting & program, United Methodist Church. Wednesday, Feb. 10 Drivers license examiner, 10 a.m. - 5 p.m., court house basement. Christmas Town Tops, 7 p.m., Multi-service Center. Soroptimist Club, 8 p.m., PUD conference room. Thursday, Feb. 11 Rotary Club luncheon, noon, Ming Tree Cafe. Toastmasters Club, 6:45 a.m., Timbers Restaurant. Slimette Tops, 7 p.m., court house annex. St. Edward's Woman's Club, board meeting, 7:30 p.m.; regular meeting, 8 p.m., at the church. Union Ladies Civic Club, noon, Union Fire Hall. EVERYTHING THAT enlarges the sphere of human powers, that shows man he can do what he thought he could not do, is valuable. - Samuel Johnson the home. We have frames to match any decor and will be glad to m a ke sugges- tions on how to group frames -- most frames can be hung together and look Well. Cosmetics for YOU FOR A CROOKED NOSE Q. My nose is sl,g.tiy crooked Is there a makeup I trick that would make it look straiqhter? . _ _ I A If your nose nas a Dump 1 on the bridge, a straiclht line of 1 cream highlighter down the 1 center to the tip will make i~ I appear straight and distract the I eye from the bump. | If YOu have a broad nose, I use a cover-up stick in a shade | darker than your foundation I anD blend it along the sides of / your nose and over the tip. | If YOur nose is skewed to | the right I d eeper shade in a slightly shade of foundation down the left side, angling it in from the side to the tip like a triangle. If Your nose skews to the tort, reverse the procedure. Angle the deeper foundation shade on the right side in toward the tip. If your nose is fatter on one side than on the other, shade the too-fat side with a deeper foundation shade. if your nose is too long and Dainty, apply a deeper shade of )oundation just at the tip. Neil's Pharmacy Emergency Ph. 426-2165 Fifth & Franklin St.--426-3327 Open Daily 9:30 to 7:30 Saturdays -- 9:30 to 6:00 Rummage lab Friday, February 5 10 a.m.-4 p.m. St. David's Parish Hall 3rd and Cedar St. Shelton Sponsored By St. Hugh's Episcopal Church Allyn North-South winners for the Shelton Duplicate Bridge Club's Monday night game were Lenora Dudley and Tom Halpin, and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Holt. Winning for East-West were Ann Batchelor and Etta Rector, and Bill Batchelor and Shirley Byrne. IIi iii e With sweet sad smile through misted tears I bravely face my fate - The poor man's Paggliacci with A painful partial plate. II i IIII I DRUNK DRIVING Liability & Property Damage (over age 2S) $27 (3 Mo.I Fire Insurance Canceled? We can help on all fire insurance end home owners. INSURANCE AGENCy 1143 Pacific, CHEHALIS, 748.8855 Representing Dairylond Insurance Co. Patti Starkey High School Spotlig Planning a tentative trip to Europe next summer is Patti Starkey. In 1967 and 1968 her family hosted Robert Emeras, exchange student from France, and it is in his home that she hopes to visit. Hiroko Yokoyama, exchange student from Japan, is now sharing Patti's home. Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Starkey are her parents, and she has an older- brother, Mike, now attending college. Patti was born in Shelton on October 17, 1953. She studies civics, senior English, German and trigonometry and she student-teaches German. For the past three years she has been a member of Z Club, AFS and the German Club, of which she is currently president. She has been an Honor Society member for two years and belongs to Pep Club this year. She is a member of the Ski Club, and takes lessons in this sport, her favorite hobby. Patti is a pianist, having studied for six years, and she sings in the High School Church choir of the Methodist she also participateS Li Group activities. She mischievous family Boxer. "I may change mY says, "but right now attend Western College to major languages with a teaching career. Rainbow Gi= To Hold Rainbow Girls practice at 12:30 the Masonic Temple, Lynne officers and color be present. Their regular held at 7:30 p.m. Temple. No trousers, shorts may be worn. attire is limited skirts and blouses. Now, for a limited time, your choice lovely silver water, wine or sherbet goblef iI from famed International Silver Co., lutely FREE when you open a savings acc of $500 or more, or when you add $50o]pO h your present Savings account at TCF." "-&y Fir, fjW. Vot Then, with each additional deposit o Ward V $250 or more, you can purchase additi ed from UFifruit Tr, goblets for just $3. But hurry. Start now. This offer may have to be .limited, Nt is a 1 High Sc ? THURSTON cOUNTY FEDERAL SAVINGS.AND LOAN AS$OCId~ON OLYMPIA -- Home Office Fifth & C, apleel Way LACEY SHELTOI4 Branch Branch 4111 Medtit 5quem |1| bllned Pane R - .e, P.Itnn.Ma nn Cn.ntv JnlJrnal - Thursd t. 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