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February 18, 1971     Shelton Mason County Journal
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J Square Hearts and flowers filled the fairgrounds hall with Valentine's Day decor as Ed Mathew's square dancing class was graduated at the regular meeting of the Salty Sashayers on Saturday night. Cla~ members : before ]n audience dancers and were required to ,_'xecute o r~:)uline while stepping around raw eggs placed on the lloor. To add to the merriment, the initiates were blindfolded. Feminine screams of consternation mingled with masculine moans of anguish as on-looking Salty Sashayers lamented the ensuing mess amid the constant crackling and crunching underfoot. Blindfolds were removed to disclose that soda crackers had somehow AMONG SQUARE DANCERS who were graduated on Saturday night from the class sponsored by the Salty Sashayers were Bob and Ellen Blanchard, who were celebrating their 20th wedding anniversary. Diplomas were presented by Ed Mathews, left, instructor. The Blanchards' daughter, Robin, also completed the course. replaced the eggs. Wearing red cardboard mortarboards from which dangled tassels of hearts, graduates received from Ed Mathews of Bremerton, instructor, displomas Salty Sashayers, vice-president Don Cress gave to each graduate a certificate of membership in the club. A TV lamp in the form of a ceramic horse was presented by the class to their instructor and his wife Shirley, who assists in teaching. "It's a great gift," said Mathews, whose family owns and rides four horses. Calling for the evening of dancing was Ed Mathews, with Bennie Berndson and Clarence PILING UP PANCAKES in a practice session are Mrs. Normar Eveleth left, and Mrs. Gene Benedict, co-chairmen of the annual Shrove Tuesday Pancake Breakfast to be held in the hall of St. David's Episcopal Church on Tuesday from 7 a.m. until 1:30 p.m. What- BEGINNER'S SQUARE DANCE LESSONS First Lesson Feb. 15, 8:00 P.M. and every Monday thereafter for approx. 20 weeks. When- Where- Mason County Fairgrounds Who- Everyone between ages of 9-90 $2.00 per couple NOTE: Clip this ad -- it will entitle a couple to the first lesson free. Grunert assisting as guest callers. Cupid having struck again, plans for a May wedding were announced by Alice Hanson, a class student, and Joe Spaulding, a long-time member of the Salty partnered his throughout the course of lessons. The second class of the season, sponsored by the club and taught by Mr. and Mrs. Mathews, met for the first time Monday evening in the fairgrounds hall. Enrollment is still open and those wishing to attend should register promptly. Presentation of the ad appearing in the Journal will entitle a couple to the first lesson at no charge. The Christmastown Rounder~ Shelton's round dancing ggollp, will meet at 8 p.m. to jjlay in the fairgrounds hall. T~ext regular dance of the Salty Sashayers, scheduled for February 28, has been cancelled in. order to allow the club to attend a b'e~fi'efit dance to be held in the Lac-A-Do hall in Olympia. Funds raised will be contributed towards the building of a square dance hall in Bl'emerton. 'ROUND THE Today, Thursday, Feb. 18 Rotary Club luncheon, noon, Ming Tree Care. Toastmasters Club, 6{45 a.m., Timbers Restaurant• Slimette Tops, 7 p.m., court house annex. Port commission meeting, 8 p.m. court house. Hood Canal Woman's Club, 11:30 a.m., Potlatch Clubhouse• Shelton Nimrod Club, 8 p.m., clubhouse. Mason County Demmzrat Club, 8 p.m., PUD auditorium. Multi-service Center board meeting, 7:30 p.m., at the center. Sarah Eckert Guild, 11 a.m., Grapeview Fire Hall. OES Past Matrons Welcome Chapter, noon sack luncheon, Masonic Temple. Friday, Feb. 19 Chamber of Commerce board meeting, 7:30 a.m., Timbers Restaurant• Drivers license examiner, 10 a.m. - 5 p.m., court house basement• Rachel Knott Orthopedic Guild, home of Mrs. K.W. Frank• VFW Birthday Dinner, 6:30 p.m., Memorial Hall. Georgine Reed Orthopedic Guild, noon, home of Mrs. Ronald F. Sanford. Saturday, Feb. 20 Game night, 8 p.m., Eagles Airport Hall. State Board meeting of Federation of Women s Clubs, United Methodist Church. Ham Dinner sponsored by Priscilla Club, 6 p.m., Cloquallum Grange Hall. Bake Sale, 10:30 a.m., Safeway Store• Proceeds to Heart Fund. Sunday, Feb. 21 Shelton Churches invite you to attend the church of your choice• Monday, Feb. 22 PUD No. 3 commission meeting, 1 p.m., PUD conference room. County commission meeting, I0 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 office• Mason General Hospital Auxiliary Coffee Hour, 1 p.m. - 3 p,m., hospital dining room. Rainbow, 7:30 p.m., Masonic Temple• Tuesday, February 23 Kiwanis Club luncheon, noon, Timbers Restaurant. City commlssmn meeting, 8 p.m., city hall. Moose Lodge, 8 p.m., airport hall. Degree of Honor, 8 p.m., Memorial Hall. Mason County Credit Women, 7:30 a.m., Timbers Restaurant. Eagles Auxiliary No. 2079, 6:30 p.m. potluck, airport hall, Wednesday, Feb. 24 Drivers license examiner, 10 a.m. - 5 p.m., court house basement. Christmas Town Tops, 7 p.m., Multi-service Center. Mason County Hospital District Commission, 10 a.m., court house. Thursday, Feb. 25 Rotary Club luncheon, noon, Ming Tree Cafe. Toastmasters Club, 6:45 a.m., Timbers Restaurant. Slimette Tops, 7 p.m., court house annex. Phone 426-3213 evenings for more information. Presents... lepoi Also P.M.C. Needlepoint Yarn 2020 Olympic Hwy. N. Page 8 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Thursday, February 18, 1971 VFW Promotes Project POW "Project P.O.W." holds topGodwin, president of VFW priority with Shelton's VFW auxiliary No. 1694, "by writing auxiliary, letters to a North Vietnamese Petitions signed by more than official." two million Americans were taken She suggests that letters be to Paris in October by Mrs. Mary sent airmail at 20 cents per half Cottone, National President of ounce. "They should be brief," the VFW Auxiliary, and Herbert she says, "and in no way R. Rainwater, Commander-in- abusive." -Chief of the VFW. Letters should ask that The North Vietnamese American servicemen held delegation to the Paris peace prisoners be treated humanely, conference refusing to meet with that their names be released and them, Rainwater and Mrs. that those who are sick be Cottone displayed at a press allowed to return home. conference the 11 cartons Correspondence should be containing 1200 pounds of addressed to: petitions. Xuan Thuy Upon their return to the Delegation of the Democratic United States, they requested a Republic of Vietnam letter-writing campaign as part of 8, Avenue General Leclerc a continuing effort to express94 Choisy-le-Roi American public opinion on theParis, France prisoner of war issue. The 41 st anniversary of According to Department of Mason County VFW Post No. Defense listings, more than 1000 1694 and auxiliary will be U.S. servicemen are believed to be celebrated with a birthday dinner missing in action in Southeastin the Memorial Hall at6:30p.m. Asia with about 450 held as Friday. prisoners of war. "We may be able to help the P a s t p r e s i d e n t s a n d anxious families of these men and commanders will be introduced and service pins awarded. A the many Americans who are concerned for them," says Betty program is planned. iii¸ Judi Hartman ByJanIl~nford Judi Hartman Exhibits - -~-- Paintings by Judi ttartman are mixed media, I keep a pet termite And all of his progeny; I feed them on table scraps - Mostly mahogany• First-time visitors to Termite Terrace are without fail astonished and intrigued by my novel gate-fasteners• There are, in the fence surrounding my immediate dooryard, a total of five gates• The front one, having been installed by a mere carpenter and an unimaginative one at that, closes with a conventional hook and eye; so let us proceed to the rear of the enclosure, where my own inimitable style takes over. At the very heart of a roll of barbed wire there are marvelous gadgets created of unbarbed material for the original purpose of providing a core• There is at one end a circular bend that fits to perfection over a gate-post, while the opposite extremity narrows to a long loop which slips over a piece of lumber protruding apropos of nothing from the top of the gate proper. This throws a, lot of people, althougfi I Can~{ imagine ~/hy. It is only necessary to make sure that gate and gate-post are perfectly aligned, thus enabling the gadget to be easily removed and replaced. The gate leading to the barnyard is, I confess, a bit more complicated, being held by an old leather cow halter. I've seen some strong men weep bitter tears of frustration as they attempt to determine which buckle leads to freedom. A little on the tricky side as well is the portal through which one passes from the back yard to the front, or vice versa• This short length of fencing is formed of six-foot cedar garden stakes, driven into the ground to a depth of perhaps five inches and nailed to a two-foot tall frame. There are eight of these so-called pickets left un-nailed and to make the crossing one must uproot the required number of stakes, leap over or crawl through the 24-inch-high supporting structure, and re-plant the stakes. This, for me, is a comparatively simple procedure as I can slip through sideways (holding my breath) with the removal of only two pickets. On the rare occasions that 1 have thus bruised my anatomical protuberances, I am reminded to forego the fatted calf for a few weeks. Some of my chubbier friends have found it necessary to remove all eight pickets only to be faced with the sad fact that they are physically unable either to jump the rail or to force their corpulences through the aperture below it, in which case they must on exhibit through February in Bigelow's Little Gallery in Olympia. For the past ten years Mrs. Hartman and her husband David have lived in Shelton. They have three children, eight-year-old Greg and Trudi and Jeff, twins, who are 1 I years of age. Throughout this time Judi Hartman has studied off-and-on, majoring in art. She has attended Olympic College, Centralia Junior College, Idaho State University, the University of Washington and Pacific Lutheran University, from which she was graduated with honors in January, receiving her degree in art. Although prefering to paint in oils, using a palette knife, or in Rainbow To Meet remain in the back yard or negotiate several gates to reach On Monday Night their goal• The piece de resistance, however, is my garden gate;there my imaginatio!~ has r~a ri~t ;and my ingenuity has krtown no bounds. '~' Being a Liberated Woman, I have secured it with a cast-off panty-girdle, one leg of which encircles a paling of the gate, while the other embraces the gate-post• Each subtle summer breeze that sighs With soft elusive fragrance Can toss my thoughts like butterflies To make of them mere vagrants; But wild wet winter winds, unkempt In damp and dismal gray, Can roar and shout nor ever tempt My tidy mind to stray• Order of Rainbow Assembly No. 19 will meet at 7:30 p.m. Monday in the Masonic Temple• All line offidets and color stations should be at the Temple by 7: 15. Members who have not yet paid dues are reminded to do so, and any girls with candy, stationery or money for these items should bring same to the meeting, as well as rummage for the sale. No slacks, jeans, shorts, or trousers are to be worn. Only dresses and skirts are acceptable attire. Guild To Meet The regular meeting of the Rachel Knott Orthopedic Guild wilt be held in the home of Mrs. K.W. Frank on Friday. works with pen charcoal• Her writing of poetry swim, ski, and is a substitute Schools. Her next for March and gallery of the art campus of University• Time For A change of made for the planned by Hospital be held from I the hospital Y. In ;pons¢ many film, the one shown pertains and to the the hospital. on the auxiliary. 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