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February 20, 1964     Shelton Mason County Journal
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SI-TEL 0N--MASON COIYX.v] : JOURNAL- Published in "Chrtstmastown, U.S.A.", helt0n, Washington PAGE 11 Febrtlary 10d4 0urnal ant Ads Let Your '= On Fuel your monthly on your tSSFYRE DOOR and See our line of Franklin Stoves ! Carlson,s Tile & ireplace Shop on Mt. View ......... :: .............. ~, .:..:. ...... JOYCE JACKSTADT'S recipe, which is featured this week, will be of interest to wives of men who hunt. If you have found venison-burger uninteresting in the past you will be delighted to discover it can be really good. Posing with Joyce are her two youngest, Lane and Kristy. fl~ezer last October ? If you'd 1Yke to pep it up a little you'll want to try Joyce 3ackstadt's recipe for Venison Burgers. It gives the flavor of the meat the little bit of a boost it seems to need. Joyce uses this recipe quite of- ten because husband Bill. likes, to hunt, as well as fish. He is era- American Music Is February Theme For Junior Club The Pizzicato Junior Clnb pre- sented its annual Parade of Amer- ican Music progrmn in the home of Judy and Diane Antonsen Feb. 11. February is designated by the National Federation of Music Clubs each year as American Mu- sic re(ruth to give emphasis to the outstanding work being done by American composers. Durino-this lime all clubs affil- iated with the federation are pre- senting programs featuring nlllSiC that has been composed in this country. The club's program was divided into two parts. The first portion was dedicated to America's best- loved song writer, Stephen Foster, as a memorial on the 100th anni- versary of the composer's death. Highlights of his life were re- lated and it was pointed out that Foster was the first native com- poser to be elected to America's Hall of Fame. Three memorials to him. exist- ent in the United States at the present time. were described. Fos- ter music played during this por- tion of the program inchlded a flute-clarinet duet played by Judy and Diane Antonsen, a vocal se- lection presented by an ensemble of 10th and llth grade members and a clarinet duet performed by Aleca Ruddell and Sarah Kreger. The second half of the evening's program consisted of American ballads and folk songs. Seventh, eighth and ninth grade groups each sang folk songs of Ameri- can origin. Highlight of this sec- tion of the program was the group * * ploy*ed at th~ Rayonier Olympic of folk songs presented by guest Been wondering what to do with that venisonburger you put in the Research Divisi6n. The couple has performer, Miss Ruth Koenig. three children, Laurie, seven; Kris- The Lowrey Organ is playing your song on the TONIGHT Show starring Johnny Carson. NBC Television Feb. 6 - 11:55 p.m. --- Feb. 12 - 12:05 a.m. JOHNNY'S MUSIC 205 Cots St. PAYROLLS aOV(RNMI~NI OUR NEW MOVIE ,, Simpson Timber Company's flew movie, Shelter,,, is now available for showing to ~]Ubs and organizations throughout the Shel- on Working Circle. "Shelter,, is a 28-minute color and sound - o *"' oo...,., mills .... dUCts. The "stars" are your neighbors ',,no are employed in our Woods and plants. ii~oRequests for showing the film may be de by Phone or mail to the public re- as department, Simpson Timber Company, on'~cn, Washington. Requests will be filled a first come, first served basis. ty, five; and Lane, three. They have lived in Shelton about 10 years,, coming here from Vancou- Mr, View Residen~ ver. ideas to make her gracious home even more appealing. She was president of the Viclde Lee Ortll- opedic Auxiliary last year. She is also a member of Evergreen PTA. VenLson Burgers 1 lb. venison 1/3 cup finely crushed corn flakes % cup grated cheese 1/3 cup milk 1 tsp. onion salt % tsp. pepper Itsp. mazola oil 1 can beef gravy Cm~d~in-e venison, corn flakes, cheese, milk and seasonings. Mix thoroughly. Shape into thick pat- lies. Heat oil in fry pan and bro~m pattie;{ on both sides Pour off any fat and add beef gravy. Sim- mer about 20 rain. turning patties occasionally. Sctwe on toast or hamburger huns. GOLDEN AGE CLUB The Golden Age Club will meet at 6 i)m. next 'Thm'sday at the Memorial Hall for a potluck din- ner. A;:tendanee at the last meet- ing wa~ down due to illness. ELY ON SIMPSON TIMBER OOMPANY ~helton. McClear I m la Pounde y - O y p d ,n Shelton in 1890 Lt=glaa Fi- . Umber A~ and Western HemmCK liardbo'.~ eouatical, Insulating and I)OQra. ~'u Products, Plywood ana ====:=~ A meeting of the Mt. View Com- munity Club will be held at 8 p.m. tonight at the commtmity hall corner of Laurel and K Sti~eets. Everyone in the community is in- vited to attend and participate in re-activating the club which was established many years ago. Lack of community interest in the past few years has led to the hall sitt- ing idle and the six-acre play- ground going only partially devel- oped. Mt. View, as a conmmnity, is more fortunate than most in hav- ing these facilities, and each res- idenf'~s urged to attend the meet- ing, get acquainted with their neighbors over a cup of coffee and help make it possible to take ad- vantage of the possibilities of- fered. Reception Held For Newlyweds A belated wedding reception for Mr. and Mrs. Deunis L. Jensen (Dian Durand) wa:~ held last Sat.. urday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Nelson. The bride's grandmother, Mrs. Lillian Bean, poured. Cake was served by Mrs. Jean Parker. A toast to the bride and groom was proposed by the host. Tt~e couple were wed Dec. 23 in C0etlr d'Atene,' Idaho. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Phil Durand, Shelton. His parents are Mr. and Mrs. A1 Jen- sen, Hoodsport. The newlyweds are making their home in Shelton. Elementary Band And Choral Oonoed The fifth and sixth grade bands and sixth grade choir frorfl Ever- green, Mt. View and Bordeaux El- ementary schools will present the annual band and choral concert at 7:30 p.m. next Tuesday m the High School gym. Parents and friends are urged to attend. There will be no admission charge. :les Card Party Saturday Night A card party will beheld at 8 p.m. this Saturday night at the airport hall by the Eagles A.uxi]- iary. "l'he public is invited. Winners for the Feb. 8 party were Harold Johansen and Ida Downie high; Louis Herzo and Marie Lewis, second high. Travel- ins Pinochle weiit to Patti Dirt- man and Marie Lewis. Herman Lorenzen and Elizabeth Butler won the series prizes. Little Egypt Wrangler~ The Little Egypt Wranglers 4- H Club met Jan. 29 at the Day- ton Hall. & demonstration on making a Brood Frame for a bee hive was given by Rey McCallum. Jo Hickson gave a demonstration on How to Select a Garden Spot. She gave some good pointers, one of Wllich was never to select a spot where trees or tall sln~lbs shade the garden. Jack Rumpff gave one on mak- ing a leather wallet. He is taking Crafts in 4-H. He told how he cm-ced the impressions in the wal- let and put lace around the edges. Project books were passed out and di,qcussed. The next meeting was slated for Feb. 12. --Rey McCallum, reporter JEANIE BURNETT, Shelton High school senior, would like to be an occupational therapist. If her plans work out she will enter UPS in the fall to begin studying for this career. A wide variety of interests keeps Jeanie busy, both in and outside of school. Occupational therapy has taken the interest of Sl~elton High SChOOl senior Jeanie Burnett. Next fall she would like to attend the Uni- versity of Puget Sound to begin studying for this profession. Jean- ie has had experience in hospital life the past years by spending part of her spare time as a Can'ay- Striper at the Shelton General hospital. She and the other girls in this group brighten up the day Ior patients at the hospital when they make an appcarance in their gay candy-striped uniforms, car- rying dinner trays, delivering mail or flowers, or just visiting. Other outside-of-school activit- ies Jeanie participates in are Young Democrats of Mason Coun- ty, of which she is president, and Methodist Youth Fellowship, which she is secretary of. She al- so sings in two church choirs. Her school activities include be- ing secrel.ary of the band council and a member of the Latin Club. She soon wnl be a Thespian due to working in make-up and on tim stage crew for school plays. Jeanie's subjects this year in- elude oand (she plays the flute), civics, Latin II, composition, per- sonal typing and physical science. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Burnett, Hillcrest, are the parents of this week's senior in the spotlight. She has two older sisters, both ISR grads, who are lharried. Jeanie was t)orn in Shelton Dec. 24, 1945. She is 5' 4V_," tall, has green eyes and brown hair. She does a lot of reading and is another one of the clever ymmg gals who makes all of her own clothes. ()ROSS SOUND GARDEN CLUB I)ISTRI()T MEET There is to be a Cross Sound District Garden Club meeting at Hadden Hall in Bremerton next Monday. All members of the Dirt Dobber Garden Club wishing to at- tend should be at the local PUD building at 8:45 a.m. lie sm'e to bring a sack hmch. Coffee will be served at the hall. Reckless driw~rs use the road- way the rude way, Concert Memhership increase Forces Change Ot Location The Cmnmunity Concert mem- bership campaign came to a suc- cessful close at noon Saturday showing a n]arld, d increase over this year's nlenll)ership, The 196,1- (]5 series of con('erts, chosen ill the end of the campaign, were booked on a basis of 460 mcnlbors as contrasted with a 400 base last year. Because of the inc,'easc in membership it has been announc- ed tirol concerts hereafter, in- ch|ding the Paganini Siring Quar- lot on Fcb, 24, will 1)e held in the Blue Ox The'get. In concluding the campaign, Hal Rogers, membership chair- man. expressed appreciation to the vohmteer workers for their ef- forts in the campaign nnd to the following org'anizntions and indi- viduals who gave assistance in the campaign: Shell.on-5{ason County Journal, Simpson Timber Co., Rayonicr. Inc., Sears. Station KMAS. Millers Dept. Store. Bap- tist church and Mr.s. I~I. C. Knautz (mimeographing) and Mrs. Selden VanderWegen ~w!ndow display). Thanks were also given to Dr. and Mrs. B N. Collier for opening their home to the Concert Asso- ciation for its kick-off dinner at the opening of the campaign. VISITS IN TACOMA Jack Smith, Arcadia Road, spent Sunday in Tacoma visiting former Shelton residdnts Mr. and Mrs. Everett Mabbot and family. ................................... SALVATION ARMY TRUCK TUESDAY The Salvation Army truck will be in ~own next Tuesday. Articles can be left on the porch at 325 North 5lh street. The human heart, at whatever age, opens only to the heart that open in return --Maria Edgeworth I Illl II Ill Pharmacy Phacts From Nell Evander What do you do when sickness strikes you or sonleone in your family? 17'O1. your o\vn sake, the nlornent you have reasoB to be- lieve the situation needs medical attention, c a I l 5,cur doctor im- mediately. What- e v e r you do, p 1 C fl S e don't make the mis- take of relying on o 1 d-\v i v e s preparations that SO O f t e U are based on back- f e n c e - gossip, or just plain superstition. And, above all, don't try to use the medicine that has been a pre- seriptioi~ for some other member of the family. When your doctor prescribes for you, he pays at- tention to your age, your weight and your own general physical condition as well as your known reaction to drugs. For yonr own sake, call your doctor! Open Daily 9:30 to 7:30 Saturdays --- 9:30 - 6:00 4th & Railroad 426-3327 See Your Doctor Now About Flu Vaccine for Winter Protection II ,i Just Arrived... New Shipment of SCENTED CANDLES No need to go out of town for knitting supplies Large inventory of Spinnerin, Maypole, Bouquet Yarns Pattern Books --- Bangles --- Slipper Soles -- Winders -- Needles etc. 210 So. 2nd WAX-N-WOOL SHOP 426-8051 OPEN 10-5 - TUES. - SAT. 2/20 I I at i i i i ii iii i i i i ............ : : ............... O PAA au ., 'You won't have to paint a racing stripe on this Valiant to tell people that it's got a V-8 engine in it-fl ey'll know at every stoplight. Valiant was always a peppy car, lint now-with its optional 273.cubic-inch V-8-wowl You'll find your nearby Plymouth Dealer is dager to show it to you. i