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February 14, 1963

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Page8 SI-IELTON--]ASON COUNT]" ff0URNAU-- PuNighed in "Chritmatow,b U.S.A.", helton, Washington Thursday, RECEPTION HONORS NEWLYWEDS February Luncheon A RECEPTION HONORING the newly married Mr. and Mrs. Frank Nelson was held at the Middle Skokomish Community hall Jan. 20. Mrs. Nelson is the former Miss Glenda Gee, daughter of Mr. and Mr=. Glenn Gee? Shelton. His parents are Mr. and Mrs. Grant C. Nelson, Mount Vernon. Yellow and white was the theme for a reception held at the Mid- dle Skokomish Community hall Jan. 20 honoring Mr. and Mrs. Frank Nelson. The Nelsons were married at Hamilton, Wash., Dec. 31. The bride is the former Miss Glenda Gee, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Gee, Shelton. Her hus- band is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Grant C. Nelson, Mount Vernon. Serving at the reception were Mrs. VV. L. Gee. Centralia. aunt of the bride, and the Mesdames William Windsor, Robert whir- marsh, Stanley Lyman, Roger Wil- liam and Jack Howard. Mrs. Fred Wright of Kent served the cake. Misses Sandy Lyman and Maxine Tozier were in charge of the guest book and the gift table. Out of town guests were the bride's grandmother. Mrs. R. H. Pulver, Burlington, the groom's parents and his sisters. Misses Beverly and Janet Nelson. Also at- tending from out of town were Mr. and Mrs. W. L, Gee. Con/retie. Mr. and Mrs. William Whitney, Brm- non. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Williams and Glenda. South Bend. and I%r. HOMELITE CONVIRTIBLE DRIVE CHAIN SAW WAY OUT FRONT IN VALUE . converts from direct to gear drive in 9 minutes or less Cuts in any position, even up- side down Ideal for alLround usecord- wQod, clearing, pruning, etc, ONLY $149 ss t, |or direct drwe with 14 hat and chain MA VE A FREE DEMONSTRATION TODAYS Saeger Motor Shop ON HiLLCREST ,We Service What We Sell .. and Mrs. Imdn Yoder and Kay, Sumner. The bride is a graduate of Irene S. Reed high school and the Uni- versity of Puget Sound. She is a medical technologist at Skagit Valley Hospital. Mr. Nelson is in the farming business at Fir Is- land, neat' Mount Vernon, where they are making their home. Guest Speaker Slated For 'Republican Women Mr. Selden W. VanderWegen, chairman of Mason County Repub- lican Central Committee. will be guest speaker at the 1:30 p.m. meeting of the Mason County Wo- men's Republican Club next Wed- nesday at the PUD auditorium. Mr. VanderWegen will outline the work of the Central Commit- tee and the duties of precinct committeemen. He will explain how precinct committeemen are elected or appointed. Faith Lutheran loctg Officers Churcb Council Committees of Faith Lutheran Congregation will meet at 7 p.m. today at the Church for their first meeting un- der the newly-adopted Committee System of the congregation. The congregation, now a part of the American Lutheran Church, has adopted that Synod's Constitution for congregations. Following are the Committee appointments Evangelism and Worship, Keith Huts/, Monroe An- tenses, and Burton Tweed; Stew- ardship and Finance, Clarence An- derson, George Nichols, Charles Neth, Ray Spilseth, and Darrell Dennis/on; Education, Ken Ran/, Vince Himlie, Carl G. Johnson. and Mrs. Charles Neth: Property and Management. William Hartline, Robert Kangas, Dr. Rudy No,wold, and Les Spilseth. The Committees will be guided by the following newly-elected congregational of- ricers: President, Gerald K. John- son; Vice-President, George Nich- ols: Secretary, Clarence Anderson: and Treasurer, Darrell Denniston. The Congregation at its recent Annual Meeting decided to pur- chase the Baldwin C-46 Church Organ, and to have new furnaces installed in both the Church and the parsonage. ROCKHOUNDS TO TAKE TRIP SUNDAY N[embers of the Shelton Rock and Mineral Society will meet at 11 elm. Sunday at the store in Ka- laloch. From there the group will proceed to Ruby Beach for the February field trip. OES PAST MATRONS TO MEET NEXT WEEK Welcome Chapter No. 40 Past Matrcms will meet at 11 a.m. next Thursday at the Masonic temple. Members are to bring a sact unch. k Ibis man gives you driving pleasure He gives your car a lift through proper lubrication. He helps you avoid trouble by keeping those bearings from getting too dry. Come let our expert lube man grease your car to insure you of smoother drivingl ONE stop here will keep you safely on the GO ! OLE'S mOE00ILGA$ SER$E 1ST AND PINE HA 6-3906 I _ uJJ it , Meeting for Local WGTU Members The regular meeting of the ,Vo- man's Christian Temperance Un, ion was held at the home of Mrs, Merrilt \\;ingard Feb. 1. it began with a I p.m, no-host luncheon. Vice- president. Marian John,on, presided at the business meeting. Mrs. Palmer loberts hud charge Of the })rogran]. Her topic was "OraanizaLion Brings Strength." She also ;(:d the discussion on "Al- cohol". "Is it a Food" was discussed by Mrs. David Turner. Mrs. Roy Eells' [opm was "Is it a Disease?" Mrs. Newt Roberts reported on findings that show the moderate dl'inke[ does more harm than a habitual drunkard. Mrs, Mervin Wingard told of the effects of drinking on heridity. The next meeting will be held at t, hc home of Mrs. W. H. Snel- grove. 4-H NEWS SHELTON VALLEY CLOVERS The Shelton Valley Clovers 4-H Club met Feb. 6 at the home of Barbara Dunbar. The leader, Mrs. 12. Evers. r'eported there Would be project m e e t i n g information handed out after the meeting. Also the program committee will be contacted so they can meet and report at the next regular meeting. When roll call was taken each member answered by paying his dues and matching a name to some object or picture on a table pre- viously set up. It was interesting to note various matches made by the members present. A money making project was chosen and two members asked to check on a possible location by the next meeting. Also each member was asked to think of an idea for a skit for Rally Day in the near future and have them ready by the next meet- ing. The following demonstrations were given: Sally Einarrson, The parts of a horse; Carol Evers. A useful sewing center; Sharon Evers. Proper sewing tools; Susan Busack, How to prepare vegetab- les for storage in a refrigerator. The next meeting will be held Feb. 20 at the home of Dick, Carol and Sharon Evers. Keith Tibbitts has volunteered a demonstration at this meeting. Chuck Brown. reporter .,- ......r. ..... Social Even ts ROSEMARY CRUMB, recent VFW Voice of Democracy speech winner for Mason County, has her eye on space travel. Her ambi- tion is to build rockets a1"ter she completes an Engineering course in college. She won the VFW Voice of De- mocracy speech contest in Mason county and more recently took first place at a local Toastmasters contest. As editor of the Saghalie year- book Rosemary has a great deal of responsibility, tz:ying to beat dead- lines. This position takes up much of her after school hours as well as sixth period. It has been an ex- perience that won't be much help building rockets, but one she will never forget. CivicS. chemistry, accelerted lit- erature, math analysis and world history are her subjects this e- In this space age we to not give a second thought when a boy makes a statement that he wants to help build rockets when he grows up. It still comes as some- what of a surprise, however, when a girl makes the same remark. Rosemary Crumb. Irene S. Reed high school senior, has definite plans toward that goal. She plans to attend Washington State Uni- versity starting next fall where she will major in Engineering. Rosemary has recently had two successes getting "off the ground" with speeches she has presented. i"'ii, i00;i"C'0"0iiNii"iii"iiiiii6"'Ki00i;iiiiii;Y me i Recipe, Favorites Of County Residents GLADYS WYATT'S recipe for Pineapple Upside Down Cake calls for a cake mix, which simplifies preparing. It has a special step, however, that gives the pineapple a chance to absorb the good brown sugar syrup. With Gladys in the picture is 5 year old Susan. Very few people can resist Pine- apple Upside Down Cake with whipped cream. It is a favorite at }ie Ralph Wyatt home. Glady's recipe has a special step that gives the pineapple a chance to soak up the delicious brown sugar syrup. Gladys and Ralph .have five chil- dren. Their oldest girl, Virginia, is in her first year of teactzing, while their oldest boy, David, is a U. of W. student. At home yet they have Richard, 16, Nancy, 13, and Susan, 5. Square dancing is the favorite form of entertainment for both Gtadys and Ralph. They became interested in it many years ago and nave never lost their zest for this lively form of dancing. Flowers are Glady's "second love". She has at least 800 bulbs which give her yard color from early spring to late fall. She takes complete care of the planning and planting of her flower beds. She starts many of her flowers from seed in the house. In the winter, whcu there are no flowers from the yard, she brightens her home with house plants. Gladys also en- joys knitting and reading. PINEAPPLE UPSIDE DOWN CAKE 1 pkg. pineapple flavored cake mix 1 No. 2 can pineapple slices aA cup brown sugar cube butter cup juice from pineapple Combine sugar, butter, and juice in heavy skillet (at least 10 inches in diameter) and place over med- ium beat. When sugar and butter have melted and mixturebubbles add pineapple slices, halved, fitting m as many as possible. Cook about 10 rain. The pineapple will take up some of the syrup. Prepare cake mix. Remove skil- let from heat. When bubbling stops, spoon % of batter over the pineapple. Make cupcakes out of remaimng batter. Bake 20 minutes at 350 degrees. Turn out on large plate. Serve warm with whipped cream. mester. In addition to being editor of the Saghalie she is also on the Girls' Club Executive Board. a member of Honor Society and is one of two ISR students to earn National Merit Scholarship eligi- bility. She attended Girls' State VFW Auxiliary To This Friday , : The Ladies Auxiliar 3 to the Ve- terans of For(.igu Wars will cele- brate its 33rd anniversary this m Friday evening beginning with a DEPo r,, pollack dim]er at 6:30 p.m. in the Memorial building. Mervl Ga- tes is chairman ef the dinne}'. Ber- nice Jansson, Sue Weaver an(t Viola Laugen will serve on hey SI T Decorating committee is Violet Brumbaugh, Arlene Smith and Josephine Sparks. Fae Robinson, Jessie Cox, Marian Johuson Flor- B O X ence Hamilton, Elizabeth Jackson and Betty Godwin are on lte clemmp committee. -Winners of the Voice of De- mocracy contest will be honored E S at this'dinner. All past comman- ders and presidents will also be honored. Service bars and pins will be given to members. Bernice Jansson. writing contest chairman for the auxiliary, re- ports students now working eu their entrants, This is the 28th annual national high school writ- ing contest to be sponsored bv the VFW Auxiliary in cooperation with the educators and frce press of America. This year's subject is titled "What Cm I do For My Country". Prizes will be awarded on toeal, department and national levels. Eagle Card Party Prize Winners Winners at the Feb. 9 Eagles eard party were: 1st prizes. Loeie Avery and O R. Buckinghmn; 2nd prizes. Ida Downie and Roy Moore. Pinochle was held by Myra Learnard and Ida Downie. The next card party will be held Feb. 23 at the Eagles airport hall. Everyone is welcome. Local Students On Honor Roll At UW Several Mason County students were among those named to the honor roll at the University of Washington for the Autumn se- inester. They were Nancy Briggs, Pat- ricia Ferguson and Jan Norvold, Shetton: Linda Spooner. Grape- view, and Karen Kovack. Belfair. Private -- Confidential -- Your Privacy our first concern : Cheerful Service Emergency Air and Commt System Wide choice of Boxes $5.00 Yearly (plus tax, key, Shelton Branch Thurston County Savings & Loan Associ00 Accounts Insured to $10,000.00 by the 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 Olympia, Wash. Sheiton, SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES Private, Confidential 9 ho00e ? last year. Rosemary teaches Sunday school at the Hood Canal Community church. She plays piano, enjoys reading, swimming and tennis. She also enjoys watching all sports. Aberdeen was the birthplace of this week's featured senior. As- 0u can relax when you're covered by gUSt 23, 1945 was the date. She ""00u"ECOSAF is 5'9" tall, has dark brown eyes and reddish brown hair. Rosemary has lived in Hoods- port for 12 years with her par- COVER3 TIlE ents, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Crumb and three younger sisters. She has at- tended Shelton schools since the 9th grade. Past Masters To "DANGEROUS Hold Annual Meet GAPS" i;ehs 2e:wyn Mason cou ty Past Masters of er the Masonic Lodge w111 hold an an- nual meeting Feb. 23 at the Union City Lodge hall. A 6:30 p.m. no host dinner at $2 a plate will be held. Lodge will open at 8 p,m. For reservations please notify Secretary J. L. Catto, IIii No. Lilly, Olympia, or call FL 2-3713. All Past Masters are invited. Homemakers Club To See Lawmakers Work A trip to Olympia to visit the Legislature will be made by mem- bers of the Hillcrest Homemakers Club next Wednesday. At the last meeting of the group 2 visitors joined 16 mem- berS. Mrs. Jane Windsor gave a talk on Income Tax Record. Club members tied two quilts. FOR EXAMPLE: _ The policy covers trees, shrubs and plants--including lawns! The policy provides full building glass coverage with no deductible! The policy can be extended to cover seasonal dwellings and/or their contents! Check your current homeowners insurance. Chances are it does not offer these important "Protection Plusses" of GENERAL Insurance, Nobody sett/es claims faster and more fair/y/ INSURANCE Rocky Hembroff AGENCY 116 No. Second Phone NG 2 .. exep! money. O O O O O Letterheads Statements Business Cards Envelopes Brochures Menus Class Reunion Histories Checks Trial balance sheets Posters Business Reply Envelopes Invitations Programs Tickets Payroll Sheets Vouchers Books Funeral Notices Certificates Signs Estimate Sheets  Personal Stationery $ Etc. Shopping Bags