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7, 1963 SHELTON--IIASON COUNTY JOURNAL- Published in Chrstmastawn U.KA." Washin Of Grapeview Women Tour New Grant C Angle School Building Alderbrook Inn Cooking Staff Has aucl Mrs. Harry Edwards. who drove down from Forks for a fa- mily visit and Sunday dinner. Ta- king advmtag.e of this opportml- By Ethel Dulby nine just when the agitated lady ity for a friendly visit were Ed UN1ON. At Alderbrook Inn re- MC was about to cast about for a and Louise Okonek who are "fish- eently with 200 members of Con- third guest speaker---came the un- ing buddies" of the Edwards. sumers Credit conference taking cxpected---4he most perfect and Both Les and Faye Soule were over the resort space---Manager also beautiful Egg Souffle ever happy to greet long-time Tacoma Ron Kirtland and Assistant Man- seen on the shores of Hood Canal. friends for Sunday dinner, :Mr. and agcr Sam Houston got together and large delicious platters and Mrs. Wes Lees and daughter Mary with Mary McBratney, who holds trays of the same--the very as- Ellen. (Daughter Barbara Lee was sway over culinary matters and sence of deliciousness, and to absent due to a previous skiing menu, etc.. with regard to plan- please the most hungry as well as date.) ning something a little extra spe- enthusiastic gourmet. We are very sorry to learn that cial for the 9 a.m. breakfast for The manager and assistant man- Ann Westberg has been confined the crowd of some 200 persons, ager relaxed, go did the kitchen to her home for several days, a After the three-way conference, crew and it may be assumed that victim of that small but *nighty it was decided Egg Souffle supreme Mary McBratney had made a big flu bug. was to be the piece de resistance, fresh pot of coffee and she and Sue Gatliu, who has been kept Somewhere a reczpe was found her helpers enjoying the same. busy helping at home and at her ---the amounts used in the same The Wednesday evening tailor- folks&apos; newest venture, The Allyn were multiplied, and once more ing class of Micky Colas which Cafe. spent Friday night and Sat- multiplied, etc. Mary lV[cBratney's has been held at Hood Canal Jun- urday with friend Laura Davis at own specialty as everyone knows for High school was postponed be- her Hood Canal home. being her delicious home baked cause of weather conditions. Ac- Quite a fortnight of weather bread, rolls, etc. However as chief cording to Micky, the present class we've had! Freezing weather fol- chef at the Inn she ganely set ia concluded next Wednesday eve- lowed by snow and then came the about to prepare the egg souffle, ning. The classes have been so quick thaw and the rains! The This included separating four successful, that a new one will weatherman tells us that the first hundred egg whites from four begin Wednesday, Feb. 20th. Re- several days of. February brought hundred egg yolks, measuring out quests for women interested in down more ram than has been exact amounts of milk flour, etc. learning tailoring have been corn- recorded for this time in over 46 and most important of all the ing in so rapidly that reservations years, beating of the four hundred egg with regal<l to the class has had whites to stiff peak stage. This to be limited. All appearance SUNDAY'S BALMY {?) wea- ther, not only brought out sev- was done and according to direct would seem to indicate that what oral fishermen and sports boat report-beaten bowls of egg Micky Coles of Colas Craft of Un- enthusiasts, but also had a hand whites large and small stood ion has need of--is a couple of in making quagmires of a number everywhere in the kitchen of A1- extra days or work hours added of local lanes and roadways! derbrook. All hands were kept for her program and work sched- busy--the half dozen waitresses ale. Our Grapcvmw Fire Chief Los also pressed into servace. The Mrs. Osear Smith and grand- Rice. willing and able host for much added and multiplied collec- daughter ClaudiaCheney spent, the those fabulous Firemen's picnics, lion of beaten egg whites added to weekend visiting Mrs . Smith's tells us that his big raft has gone the flour and milk--in the large daughter, Mrs. %V. Buck of Seat- astray! The raft is made of three tub used (according to the tale tle. great cedar logs every lmrd to just told to us and we hope Ron replace) and has s plank deck. Kirtland was not drawing the MANAGER DICK BUECHEL Having weathered the recent long-bowl overflowed---and there and Harold Hunter of Skokom- north wind blows, the raft was were flakes of beaten egg white ish Valley and Steve Hale board apparently torn loose by the south here and there and more con- of commissioners of PUD No. 1 wind early this last weekend. Any tainers pressed into sezwice to and Marlowe Parrett manager of reports ou the apprehension of hold lle souffle mixture. Finally the local public utility district, at- sameciated.WOuld be very mucb appre- ten large baking pans were filled tended the monthly meeting at The Fair I:Iarbor Grange will ith the soqffle mLxture and each Governor Hotel---Olympia last pan placed tenderly into the large Tuesday. Work on the new PUD hold its monthly meeting tonight oven. The manager and assist- building at Potlatch to start im- IThursdav) at the Grapcview ant manager stood guard--and no mediately it was announced, with school. 8 p.m. sharp! one was pemnitted to step any- constlction by Shelton contract- thing else but lightly for the time ors, the Cascade Olympic Con- necessary for the baking. In fact struction ompany. James Maitis Seeks it was said--silence prevailed With everyone realizing the until the time to peep at the bak- tear Fire Department and their GWSG Student Proxy ing dishes ,ee, FireDopa.mentandtheirfa00 AT 9 A.M. IN EASTWOOD Hall need of new equipment and means James Mattis. son of Mr. and --200 hungry but good-natured of defraying running expenses-- Mrs. Melvin L. Mattis. formerly guests sat at the many tables-- and also pmhase materials and of Shelton is a candidate for" Stu- waiting--the invocation was given equipment necessary, form letters den t Government Association ---this was followed by a g]mst were mailed to local residents last President at Central Washington speaker--whom the agitated fern- week. requesting contributions by State College. He was nominated inine MC had pressed into sezice the three members of the board-- at. the second anmml nominating --guest-speakers being" a bit out President Harry Colas of Hood convention Imld Jan. 22 and 23. of place at a breakfast table, with Canal Improvement Club, Thomas Mattis. who is a college jumor, hungry guests waiting. At seven Turner. and Otto Wojohn. go if is a political science major. He minutes after nine still no sign of you have not mailed in your con- has been active in campus affairs food, tbe now troubled MC pressed tribution--renember to do so now. including', National Staudent As- into service a second unsuspecting Your fire rates it is id will be sociation coordinator and a mere- honored guest speaker---who rose[ redhead appreciably. bet of the Herodoteans, a history to the occasion and offered a few Needed mostly by the Volunteer honorary, brief words. At 14 minutes after Fire fighters are--hsurace cov- FRIG I,,DAI00IRE APPLIAN,CES"" -- After gather- dessert hour at the home L Howard Seiners early afternoon a group of ten ladies drove on into for a very special "pre- occasion was a tour new annex to the Grant building conducted by High School Principal Hermes. ee much zmpressed, not /? he beauty of the build- t also by its practicality rsatility Receive  e-'" ' d with  nLnusmsm were several ;:!{the spacious and well-light- :iry-study hall room, the ully equipped chemistry .sics labs (convertible to "ioms for other subjects) ! cheerful (and versatile,) la"  ladies driving in to see mills of our last year's elped to build were Mrs. :ery, Mrs. Ed Okonek, Mrs. udt, Mrs Austin Hicks, i_Y Sanford, Mrs. Hall She- i{M rs. Jimmy Walker, Mrs. tz, Mrs Howard Somers i. Walt Clayton.  Grapeview schoolmaster, Zehe, reports that MY. and i!lph Weymouth have most iully donated a Webster,s :it.g ed dictionary to the ':hool from their private li- !This most useful volume icontains over 500,000 en- far superior to any in the ind is very much apprea- AliCE I for birthdays here in Grapeview! steam bafh at son Bill's. Busines. Celebrating her Feb. 1 birthday m}tters Look Lbem to Seattle on Saturday was Miss Bonnie June Monday but they were able to Benson. Fond tattler Burr and squeeze in a cw visits with little brother Mike escorted Ben- friends before their return to hie and fourth and fifth grade Grapeview. girl friends, Marcella Westberg, The Art Nicklaus family is back Susan Pogreba, Alice Hicks and in their Island View home as of Georgia Clayton, ms well as Miss Tuesday past. Jan. 29. and "darned Nancy Picha, a Sunday school glad to be!" Although the major classmate from Purdy, to the repairs have been made on their Shelton Roller Rink where an ac- place, badly damaged by fire on tire afternoon was spent by all December 3. there are still many and thoroughly enjoyed as were details to be cared for. Both Art the refreshments. Congratulations. and Ernestine wish to express Feb. 2 birthday boy was "Eke" their appreciation to friends and Eacrett, who celebrated his an- neighbors for all the help given nual "29th" by driving with wife in this emergency. Ann to Oak Harbor where they The friendly hospitality of the spent the weekend with son Bob Bill Staudts. Jr.. made for a pleas- and family: A 'delicious chicken ant family afternoon Sunday. dinner and ;a special cake greeted From Everett came brother Louis the celebrant who fully apprec- with wife Dorothy and daughter ted his daughter-in-law's efforts. Sue, who had stopped by Renton pen their return home both Ann to pick up brother John's wife and Eke were happy to have on- Inez and children Kathy and Tom- Joyed an uneventful journey, what my. This was a special treat for with the weather cooperating (as Inez who has been "widowed" by well as did the ground hog, come Boeing Aircraft Company who to think of it). sent hubby John to Philadelphia Celebrating Mutters Feb. 3 for several months. Bill Stoudt, birthday Sunday, the Howard So- Sr., as well as weekend "star- mers drove to Lake Lucerne to boarder", young "Chick" Staudt spend the day with Murial's folks, (Fort Lewis) were also present. r. and Mrs. Ivar Opdal, enjoy- Bill Stoudt Sr.'s guests on Wed- ng the usual delectable dinner nesday were Tacoma friends. Mr. as well as pleasant and relaxing and Mrs. Roy Nelson. With them family visitlng. Special slrprise they brought friends. Mr. and Mrs. for Mrial Wa son La:urie's phone Maurie Smith, as well as a delic- call oa i the ght 'before from the ious potluck dinner. Part of their U.S. C Guard Academy in time was spent digging up fir New London, Conn.. where Lurie and hemlock seedlings to be trans- m now a third Classman. planted to the Nelsons' treeless Walter Clayton, Sr. enjoyed his Cowlitz Lake summer cottage. Feb. 4 birthday dinner at his The potluck dinner? Unanimous son's home Sunday, family style, decision of the guests was to trade (The ureau of Vital StatiStics it in on a hotcake feast prepared reveals that he has this date in on Bill's new electric griddle, a common With none other than gift from his fond children. Jack Benny!) SPEAKING OF CHILDREN: VALLEY To continue this chronological News comes from Portland that birthday report we must add that twin daughters were born to Mr. HALL Mrs. lred L!tz.s birthday anni- and Mrs. Fred Schwinn. The two Feb 9 versarywas Feb. 5. Happy birth-diminutiveprematuregirlsarrived day, Phyllis. -- ' Jan. 27, Kathrvn Gay and Karen I MR, AND ,MRS: MYRON'Poik Ray, weighing :{n at {hree pounds, spent a lovely weekend in Kirk- seven ounces and three pounds, ii I land with s0n  Wilford and faro- nine ounces. These tiny tots will U$1C 8%' THE Hy. Not only did they enjoy,, a be welcomed by brother Bobby :If:TUNE TOPPERS [ family dinner, with son Bill and and sisters Suzanne. Julie and family, also:present, but included Nancy. Mr. and Mrs. Charles ! in the veeken'd was a Finnish Schwinn, probably the proudest grandparents in Grapeview so far this year, are waiting until the Joe Kilbourne  Phone 426-2439 babies come home from the hos- Duane Rodgers Phone 426-6142 pital to make a visit southward. Escorting his mother to the FOR FULL INFORMATION CONCERNING. Shelton High School's annual Me- WHY MORE PEOPLE PREFER ther-Son banquet last Tuesday ev- . ening was Doug Lutz. 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ALL DONATIONS will be per- sonally acknowledged. P.O. Box 113, Union. ashington. According to reports response in the past two days has been gratifying, a couple of substantial checks have arrived via mail from California and ChehalL--and out of town. Localities also responding in good form. One of the problems at the mo- ment for Hood Canal Improvement Club is new wiring and also pur- chase of a meter, the Community Hall being without lights at the present time due to the fact power came through the wires of Union School. now being razed. Mr. Par- rett, H. H. Blake and Harry Colas inspected the building Friday, witb thought in mind of needs and equipment necessary, and for im- mediate installment. Mrs. Harold Cain was the guest of son, Richard, at the Mother-Son banquet at Shelton High School last Tuesday evening. The event was largely-attended: After the dinnex--the Honor Guests mid hosts were treated to a prcg:am FREE... When You Buy $1.89 qt. 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