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February 11, 1971     Shelton Mason County Journal
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What began as a simple session of painting the interior of the older home purchased a year and a half ago has somehow exploded into a full scale remodeling job for Beverly Greene and her husband Richard, who live on an acreage near Dayton. Their son, Ryan, who is 21 months old, will be joined by a sibling in April, and Bev has little activity at present beyond caring for her home and family. They plan a trip to Kansas in the spring to visit friends. "Richard and I are learning to play pinochle," she says, "and I'm doing my first bit of BEVERLY GREENE would like to see more recreational facilities for Shelton's young people. "1 wish 1 could do something to help in this direction," she says. Parents To Meet Parents of the senior Class of Shelton High School will meet at 7:30 p.m. today in room 7 of the Angle Building to plan the senior class party. Meeting Scheduled The Mason County Chapter of Washington Association for Retarded Children will meet at 8 p.m. Wednesday in the WARC clubhouse on Capitol Hill. embroidery." She is making a baby quilt of embroidered squares. Beverly is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Don Saeger, longtime local residents. She was born in Shelton and was graduated from Shelton High School. She and Richard, who is employed as a Correctional Officer at the Washington Corrections Center, celebrated their third wedding anmversary on January 19. After serving with the U.S. Navy for four years, Richard Greene is now with the Navy Reserve. The Greenes are members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, where Beverly is a member of the Relief Society and is a visiting teacher. Mrs. Greene deplores the fact that there is offered in Shelton so little in the way of recreation for young people. "I would very much like to help in any project in this field" she stated. "I just don't know where to start." Her recipe was given to her by her husband's aunt, who lives on San Lopez Island in the San Juans. Lime Chocolate Dessert 1 Can evaporated milk I large pkg. lime jello C. hot water C. sugar C. lemon juice 1 lb. Hydrox cookies C. melted butter Pour milk into large bowl and chill in freezer until crystals form on edge of bowl. Dissolve jello in hot water with sugar and lemon juice. Chill until syrupy. Crush cookies and mix with melted butter. Spread half of cookie mixture into 9 inch by 13 inch pan. Beat milk until doubled in bulk and add to jello mixture along with two or three drops of mint flavoring. Pour jello-milk mixture over cookies and sprinkle remaining cookies over top. Chill until firm. Winners Named The Shelton Duplicate Bridge Club met in the PUD auditorium on Monday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Bennett, and Lenora Dudley and Aubrey Wills winning for North-South. East-West winners were Col. Dudley and Evelyn Wills, and Mr. and Mrs. Warren Russell. Guild Will Meet Georgine Reed Orthopedic Guild will meet at noon on February 19 in the home of Mrs. Ronald F. Sanford. '''-'--'-'--------'---------- ._-~- - -~_l LOWREY RENT or BUY on Easy Terms Iohnny's Music Box 205 Cota 426-4302 SIGNING THE PROCLAMATION that names February as American Music Month is Governor Dan Evans. Looking on, left to right, are Charles B. Teske, Dean of Division of Humanities and Arts in Evergreen State College; Mrs. Clifford Agnew of Olympia, Music Club state chairman of Music in Schools and Colleges; Mrs. Bernice Stewart, president of Shelton Music Club; and Mrs. Donovan Palmer, Shelton composer. CAPITAL SAVINGS * Two Year * $1,000,00 O FSLIC Insurance NOw Increased To $20,000.00 _ *IIIIII1, SHELTON -- First & Railroad, 426-8211 ~A,I|I_|I%~ Home Office: Olym.l= ~I-fl~x" Olympia -- Montelano -- Vancouver -- Shelton SH|LTON VANCOU~f|R AIt|RnEEN OLYMPIA at HAZEL DILL MONTESANO #o,,~O~f.eTUMWAT|R Page 6 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Thursday, February 11, 1971 loom Katie Antonsen High School Spotlight Attendance at the Broadway musical 'Hello, Dolly' - tours in New York City and in Washington, D.C. - a stop at Niagara Falls - all are highlights of a month-long trip taken last summer by Katie Antonsen. "I would have vacationed for a few weeks more," she said, "but I had to get back to my job." She has been employed at Shelton Public Library since she was a ninth grader, working part-time during the school year and full time through the summers. Katie studies advanced typing, office practice, business math and civics, and she hopes to go directly into secretarial work upon her graduation. She is a Pep Club member and has belonged for three years to AFS. Born in Shelton on March 5, 1953, she is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Monroe. She has two older sisters; Diane is in Oakland, Cal. and Judy in Olympia. Her brother, Keith, is a freshman attending junior high school. Music and reading are her hobbies. She is a guitarist, and has been for two years a member of the Pizzicato Music Club. Music Club To Hostess Luncheon Charles B. Teske, Dean of the Division of Humanities and Arts of Evergreen State College, will speak on the organization of the music and arts department of the new college when the Shelton Music Club hostesses the Parade of American Music program and luncheon to be held in the United Methodist Church at noon on February 20. American music will be featured. A nominal fee will be charged for the luncheon, reservations for which should be made by February 13 by phoning Mrs. Donovan Palmer at 426-4306 or Mrs. Bernice Stewart, 426-4794. Preceding the luncheon and program will be the winter board meeting of the Washington State Federation of Music Clubs which will be held at 10 a.m. with a coffee hour beginning at 9:30 a.m. WSFMC is an affiliate of the American Federation of Music Clubs. " etics YOU DAMAGE FROM WAVING? Q. Does permanent waving damage the hair? A. The tensile strength and elasticity of the hair Is reduced slightly by permanent waving. However, if a woman's hair is in good condition before It is waved, this change will hardly be noticed. Most of the "damage" attributed to permanent waving actually occurred before the waving was done. If hair Is in bad condition -- from extreme weathering, peroxide bleaching, or permanent coloring ~- a permanent wave will result in hair breakage and a very tight wave. For this reason, the "test curl" is extremely important. This pre-wavlng of a small strand of hair will tndicate the condition of the hair and the probable results should a complete wave be given. Nell's Pharmacy Emergency Ph. 426-2165 Fifth & Franklin St.--426-3327 Open Daily 9:30 to 7:30 Saturdays -- 9:30 to 6:00 TODAY'S Before an altar ornamented with white chrysanthemums and flanked with pink gladioli and red carnations in baskets tied with pink satin bows Susan Bloomfield and Gary Giffen exchanged vows on January 23. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Pete Bloomfield and the groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Don Giffen, all of Shelton. The double ring ceremony was performed in the United Methodist Church by the Rev. Horace Mounts in the presence of family members, and Pete Bloomfield gave his daughter in marriage. Scalloped ruffling trimmed the cuffs of her long fitted sleeves and also the collar of her full length empire-styled gown of acetate and nylon lace. Her very full skirt fell to a scalloped hemline and her shoulder length veil of white nylon tulle was held by a pill-box headpiece! fashioned of white satin petals and rows of seed pearls. She carried a cascade of red and pink rosebuds and stephonitis with pink and red streamers. Matron of honor Aliene Reece was attired in a floor length long-sleeved red velvet gown made by Darlene Manley, sister of the bride. Pink satin trimmed the empire waistline with a satin bow at the back, the streamers of which reached the length of the skirt. A row of tiny pink satin-covered buttons extended from the mandarin neckline to the waist. As a headpiece she wore a pink satin bow with pink nylon tulle. Jim Reece served as best man. The mother of the bride was gowned in a long-sleeved dress of blue ribbon lace trimmed with blue satin. The groom's mother chose a straight-skirted dress of black crepe accented with white Jan Danford, Society Editor Mr. and Mrs. lace and pink satin. Both mothers wore corsages created of red, pink and white carnations. Approximately 100 persons attended the 8 p.m. reception held in the Island Lake Fire Hall. Decorating the rooms were red, white and pink streamers, pink and red Cupids, and white and pink wedding bells. The tables were centered with Gary Giffen arrangements of pi , carnations and. candelabra held pinI, four-tiered cake, b~i Boysen, was pink roses, white and light green topped with white with pink roses ribbon. Serving were Nancy Mclrvin, Evelyn Putnam, Donna Reller, Tammi Schuffenhauer, Patty Brown The guest book Stephanie Wilson, and presidi table were Pat JohI Wilson. Both bride attended Shelt on After a weekend at at home at Rt. Shelton. University Dinner Schedu| ' E vergreen'..-~ The Mason County VFW Post continuous membership pins. auxiliary to conduct a "Cherry Today and To~"~ No. 1694 and Auxiliary will Following the dinner, Dan Bake Sale" at the store on Friday subject of CharleSl~ honor all past commanders and Nye will show color slides of and Saturday, February 12 and address to be 4 presidents at a dinner to be held Norway and the Exceptional 13. Donations of pies, etc. for this evening, when February 19, beginning at 6:30 Foresters will sing. sale will be appreciated. Branch of th.~ p.m., in the Memorial Building. Once again the manager of Fifth District President Mrs. Association of Uni1 Auxiliary members will receive J.C. Penney Store has asked the Robert Jenkins at the last meeting holds its,branch presented awards received at Women s Clubl[~ Clay To Address rdeners "Mud" Clay, owner and operator of Ctay's Greenhouses, will speak on the care and the propagation of fuschias when the Shelton Garden Club meets at 1 p.m. Monday in St. David's Episcopal Church. Clay grows fuschias, pansies, primroses and flats of annuals on the premises of his Spencer Lake home. Clay will answer questions and give information on the planting and maintaining of flower beds. Hostesses for the tea to follow the talk will be Mesdames Laura Murphy, Venus Rogers and Florentine Connolly. At the January meeting Mrs. Mac Rutledge demonstrated the use of a potter's wheel. Hostessing were Mrs. Mary Ashford and Mrs. Ruth Smith. ii m:::'=:: h~,::':~.t.:.~" . The rule in Interior Design is "suit yourself" Design any room in your entire home the way you like it -- thus your home will reflect your own personal tastes. There is nothing more personal than portraits of You and those you love, so put them into your room design. Make them tell a story. Put them anywhere you like in any size, in any arrangement. Do it so you Will enjoy the result. We at Dean's Studio will help You if you ask. Mid-Winter conference held in Walla Walla and earned by the Auxiliary. Josephine Sparks was presented a Snoopy pin for her work on community service. Washington, Olym! The public is this address for 8 p.m. 7:45 and the will follow the power steering power bra on pecial Ford Galaxie 500's and orino 500's at your Ford Dq White ler's Order vinyl roof, whitewalls, wheel covers, special exterior ant interior trim, special color.., get the free power steering. Also air conditioning, tinted glass, more.., get the free power brakes, too.