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February 7, 1963

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forecast calls for re- n, heavier than normal, res will be mild with ? degrees and te !rees. Comfortable With [ Modern Heat . 00. ROAD 426-3322 ttELTON--MA ON COUNTY JOURNAL PubliShed in Oh,stTatown, U.S.A.", Social Even ts Society Editor Marj Waters Ptmne 426-44t2 FAMILY AND CLOSE FRIENDS HONOR PIONEER ,COUPLE ON 60th ANNIVE$ARY THE IMMEDIATE FAMILY and a few close friends gathered at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Linton January 27 to honor the pair on the event of their 60th wedding anniversary. The honored pioneer couple homesteaded in the Matlock area following their marriage January 27, 1903. Their three children, Clifford Linton, Mrs. Leo Quinn and Mrs. Bob Dawson, have all remained in Shel- ton to raise their families. The Lintons have eight grandchildren and five great-grandchildren. OPPER SPECIAL DS N duty coil spring mattress with box spring, padded head- .card, in beige or white and metal frame with headboard brackets nylon casters. Thurs., Fri., Sat. $ 59ss Olsen Furniture Cota Street Phone 426-4702 ASH! mmm= m = I mN m==m Na N mmt=l=l=mNm==mi E| What,'$ Doing Among Our SERVICEMEN i Duane A. Archer. baiterman ccond class. USN. son of Mr. au(t Mrs. tennct ll J. Archer. Shellon is serwng aboard the de- stroyez USS Boycl, which was part ()t the coml)ined force of 20 ships ,,nga,,ged in Exercise Saddle Blanket early in February off the coast of S(mthcrn California. The five-d'l,y exercise, held from Feb 4 through Feb. 8, dealt nainly with anti-submarine war- farc training. The operation cen- tered around a fast carrier st ril- in K force, with its wide range of detection and strike capabilities. James E, Din'and. quartermaster seaman. USN, so of Mr. and Mrs. Phillip W. Durand. Shelton. is serving aboard the attack air- craft carrier USS Ranger. which recently visited Cubi Point, Repub- lic of the Philippines, The Ranger visited the Naval Air Station Jan. 6. dm'ing her current Far Eastern cruise as part of the Seventh Fleet. This is the super-carrier's fourth'tour of duty in the Westerr. Pacific. Airman Basic David J. Rogers, son of Mr. and Mrs. Earl D. Owen, Shelton, has been selected to at- tend the Hnitcd States Air Force technical training eom'se for air policemen at Lackland AFB, Tex. Airman Rogers, who completed the first phase of his military training lmre, was selected for the specialized course on the basis of his interests and aptitudes. High School Spotlight BILL SMITHrplays quarterback on the Highclimber football team and center on the basketball squad. He plans to attend college next fall to prepare himself for a teaching and coaching career. Sports play a big part in high school life. The individual players determine the quality of the sport, Win or lose. Bill Smith is an ISR WEATHER REPORT LOCK UP ALL THE WINDOWS AND DOORS, TAKE THE WHOLE FAMILY TO MT. VIEW FOR . . . & W WINTER BLAST Wa 11:00 a.m. 11:00 p.m. FREE Root Beer 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. SATURDAY, FEB. 9 -- FREE- Balloons e Coffee for the kiddies MI day long FREE ROOT BEER SOUVENIR M!UG VALE 45 with the purchase of EACH GALLON JUG OF A&W I,u G" LUCKY PEOPLE : 5 LUCKY PEOPLE LUCKy TICKET WILL GET : HOLDING LUCKY TICKETS WILL GET FREE ORDERS i FREE GALLON OF they may have chosen  No matter ,= ! much they-,,,vo ordoed. ' ' .A & W R 0 O T B E E R A!I dayiongwe.. will serve . HOT DOGS--.. -10. SHAKES--20. -.L , " SoDon't. Miss The "WINTER BLAST" at t00/NOe'S A & Mt. View Open Every Day senior student respected by his teammates, not only for his abili- ty, but for his enthusiasm and the hard work he puts in to help his team better itself. Basketball and football vie as Bill's favorites. He was quarter- back for the Highclimber football team this year and is now playing center on the basketball team. In the spring Bill will turn out for baseball. When school is out and the weather permits he will be spending as much time as possible on Hood Canal swimming and waterskiing behind his boat which he is very proud of. He also likes to read. Sports has been an interesting and big part of Bill's high school life, but not necessarily the main part. He has not forgotten there is a future to prepare for. With his future in mind, he took Teacher's Orientation last semester. This gives a student an opportunity not only to learn about teaching tech- nique but to get some actual prac- tice. Bill liked it so well he plans to attend Western Washington College next fall to prepare for a teaching career. He hopes also to be able to do some coaching. This semester Bill is taking ci- vics, senior literature, math, bio- logy and sociology. He is a mem- ber of "S" Club and Latin Club. His main organization outside of school is Young Life. Bill was born in Shelton May 15, 1945. He lives at Skokomish Valley with his mother. Mrs. Da- niel Cush. and four brothers and a sister. He is 6'2" tall, weighs 203 lbs. has dark hair and dark brown eyes. POLICE COURrT Appearing on the Shelton Police Court Docket Monday night were John Bliner. minor m possession, 20 days in jail, stay out of auto- mobiles 60 days; Robert E. Sallee no valid operator's license. $10 lorfeit; William F. Stewart, no valid license plate, $5 forfeit Christopher S. Gallagher, no, valid license plate, $5 forfeit; Lon C. Deyette, no valid license plate, $5 forfeit: Louis Palmer. no valid li-'- cense plate, $5 forfeit; Robert J. Wilbur, drunk in public, $15 for- feit; Alex Harmon. no valid license plate and no valid operator's li- cense. $30 fine; Ned Miller dis- orderly conduct. $10 forfeit: Fran- cis X. Beatty, drunk in public, $25 fine. $2.50 costs and four days in jail; Wayne Rupp, drunk in pub- lic. $10 forfeit; John H. Tingley, driving while intoxicated and vlo- lation of safety responsibilit 5,, act, $100 fine, 10 days in jail; Cyril Wagener. driving while intoxicated and failure to keep to the right of the center line, $110 fine. $2.50 costs and five days in jail sus- pended: Mike Challender. no valid operator's license, turned over to juvenile authority; Tom Cuziek drunk in public ,$25 forfeit: David Thompson, no valid license plate, $5 forfeit, I 11 WHAT S COOKING IN WHOSE KITCHEN? : Recipe Favorites 0fCountv Residents! IF YOU WOULD LIKE a bright red cake to fit in with your motif for a Valentine party, try Irene Weir's Red Velvet Cake recipe. This pretty red cake iced with the snowy white frosting is in itself, a truly beautiful valentine. Irene %Veir's recipe for Red Vel- vet Cake is an appropriate one for your Valentine's Day entertaining. Food coloring gives this cake the bright red color associated with All Hearts' Day. Although her mother is a pro- fessional baker in Seattle. Irene had very little experience in cu- linary arts before her marriage. She learned as she went along, and admits receiving helpful hints from husband. Larry, who manag- ed to keep from going hungry while he "batched" before they were married. Larry teaches Physical Educa- tion, Health and Vocations at the high school and coaches wrest- ling and baseball. The Weirs have Dancing, Potluck For Salty Sashayers Ben Forbes of Port Orchard will be the caller for the Salty Sashay- er's square dance beginning at 8:30 p.m. this Saturday at the  Memorial hall. Dancing will be followed by a potluck supper at 11:30 p.m. Hosts for the evening will be Mr. and Mrs. Al Edson and Mr. nd Mrs. Elbert Beatty. Bennie Berndson of Olympia is giving square dance lessons each Monday at 8 p.m. at the Bordeaux school. Anyone who would like a review of both round and square dancing can contact Carl Down- ing at 426-3122 for more informa- tion. one little boy, Kevin age 9 months. Irene is a member of Faculty Wives and St. Rose of Lima Guild. She likes to play the piano, knit and sew. She and Larry both are enthusiastic snow skiers and avail themselves of every opportunity to enjoy this invigorating (and sometimes bone-shattering) past- time. RED VELVET CAKE , cup shortening lfi cups sugar 2 eggs 2 Tbs. light cocoa 2-ounce bottle red food coloring 1 tsp. salt 1 tsp. vanilla 1 cup buttermilk 2V cups cake flour I Tbsp. vinegar 1 tsp. soda Combine shortening, sugar and eggs. Cream well. Combine cocoa and food coloring to creamed mix- ture. Add salt. vanilla, buttermilk and cake flour. Stir vinegar and soda together and fold into mix- ure. Do not beat. Bake 350 de- grees, 25-35 rain. Cool. FROSTING 5 Tbs. flour 1 cup milk 1 cup butter 1 tsp. vanilla 1 cup sugar Combine flour and milk and stir over low heat until thick. COOL THOROUGHLY. Cream butter, vanilla and sugar. Add cooled mixture and and fluffy. Frost cooled cake. i-i Among Your Merchants HELTON MOTOR CO. ADDS IlAMBLER LINE R. B. Dickey, owner of Sheltol Motor Company, has announced tlmt the firm now has the deal- ership for Rambler. a product of American Motor Company, The company continues also as the dealer for Buick, Pontiac and G MC trucks in Mason county. The sales staff has also been enlarged with the addition of Henry Coffey. Coffey worked in Shetton previously as a car sales- man for Bob Irwin and has been working for Irwin in Olympia. Others on the sales staff are John Milosovich. Jerry Simpson full lime, and Les LaBissoniere part- time. FREE ROOT BEER, AT A&W OPENING SATURDAY Minor %Villiams officially re- opens his A and W Root Beer drive in on Mr. View this Sahu'- day after the winter closure. Free bMloons, root beer and cof- fee will await A and W fans all day Saturday along with reduced prices on many items. Lucky tickets will also get free orders for the holders and free jugs of root beer. (See ad on page 3). A steer in dry lot, with access to adequate salt. will drink at least 20 gallons of water daily. Page 3. nl NEW BLUE OX FRI. - SAT. - ONLY Open 6:45 -- Starts 7 p.m. Always Clean and Friendly The Notorious Landlady Ct) t-] 1 T Don't Knock The Twist SCHOOL MENU WEEK OF FEB. 11 - 15 Monday--Macaroni and cheese, snap green beans, bread and butter, fruit and milk. Tuesday -- Meat potato burger, cole slaw, ehoe. pudding, sand., and milk %" UNCRUSHABLE Wednesday -- Chili con carne. YeS. wedges, hot light rolls, ba- ked cherry pudding and milk. Thursday  Turkey loaf. ma- shed potatoes, whole kernel corn sand, milk and valentine cake. Friday ..... Creamed hma on toast squares, veg. salad, coo- kie and milk. Supplement your child's diet with Plenamins from Prepp's Rexall 133 RR. Phone 426-4642 mobity, new eeason slenderness. The fashion treasures: softly draped ecld/ne, Slkle pin, easy skirt Mth impressed #eats. Amel triaeetate jersey print never wilts or wrinkles, machine washes, dotes on drip dry;ng. Brown, blue, or green predominate. 181 to 241/. only the LOOK is expensive $11.95 ) THW OPlBATEST OI = IAII,.. for the young individualist in a Mouson sheath that never watches the dock or calendar. A mobile marvel of wiltless wiles the Toni Todd Uncrushable  YOUIR VALUABLlUl .., 1, takes to travel, scorns wrifldes, washes and drips dry m jet speed. Exciting stained glass print im Rosewood's Arnel triacetate jersey, Gray/bronze; acqua/bltie, or blue/green. 10 to 16. only the LOOK is expensive $11.95  '   MERCANTIL[ PHON E 426-3433 00CRUSHABLE 707 SOUTH FIRST ST. KIMBEL MOTO., IHC. 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