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Rebeka00 Plan Hard-Time Party Ila Chase was initiated at the Feb 22 regular meeting of the Ruby Rcbekah Lodge No. 75. The door prize was won ty Grace Carr. The next meeting will be held March 8 and is to be followed by a "Hard Time Party". Everyone is to attend m costume. A prize will be giwm for the best one. There will be no refreshment committee as every member is,to bring a sack hmc, h for two. Marriage Licenses Applying for marriage licenses in the Mason county Auditor's of- fire this past week were: James R. Baysinger, 19. Shel- Ion. and Thehna L. Cornish. 15, Spanaway. John C, Arnold. 20. Shelton, and Marilyn G. Jones. 19. Shelton. Guy T. Beckwith. 34. Shelton. and Nancy A, Doak. 25, Shelton. ................................. ]in World War II tl]e entire Na- tional Guard went to war. Nine divisions fought in the Pacific and nine in Europe. Fourteen Guards- men won }he Cong'essional Medal of Honor. the nation's highest mi- Ill dry decoration. --= ..................... Drink 0 glas00e$ of Milk every day | Recipe Favorites 0fCounty Residents i I Normal precipitation starting on Thursday. - Above normal temperature. Highs in low to mid-50s. Low in upper 30s. You'll Be Comfortable LES MILLER does his cooking from a wheelchair now, but he sJ;ill takers over about half Of that department in his home. He first feaxnel to cook as a boy wtien he helped his mother in the kitchen of their farm in Missouri. He also fed part of Uncle Sam's army for four yeai's during the Korean situation. Les Miller's wife, Dorothy, is so about 4  years ago which paraly- proud of his e0oking ability she zed him from the waist down. Fa- suggested we feature him when ing life in a wheel chair would un- we called and asked her for a re- doubtedly be hard for anyone to ripe, We were more than happy take. To an active, healthy anibi- to add a male member to our tious young father and husbar/d it growing list of cooks in Mason must have seemed like a death county, sentence. However. Les and Doro- His first cooking experience was thy and their two teenagers, tar- gained on the farm where Les was ry 16, and Linda 15, working to- raised in Missouri. He helped his gerber, have managed to build a mother cook for the family which happy life i spite of this serious included 14 children. When he was handicap. in the service he cooked four From his wheelchair Les directs years for the army. the family's gardening projects: Dorothy is perfectly happy to H'e attempted mowing his own have him assume half of the cook- lawn with a riding lawn mower, ing duties at home, Meat is his but the vibration irritated his in- specialty. He knows all of the cuts jury too much. At the present of meat and the best way to pre- time he is giving the Service Of- pare each of them. ficer's job for the VFW a tryout. Les does his cooking from a Les believes it is a "must" for wheel chair now, due to an injury every girl to learn to cook and he received in a logging accident highly recommends it for boys as well. His recipe for Cream Sau- sage, uses Little Pig Sausages and sounds like it would be good for The American Legion breakfast, lunch or dinner Cream Sama,ge Dept. of Wash. Cut 1 lb. of tittle pig sausages FRED B. WIVELL into bite size pieces, Place in fry- ing pan until golden brown. Drain with POST 31 off excess grease and add 2 Tbsp. butter and ;3 Tbsp. flour, Cook un- Jay Umphenour, Commander til lightly browned. Add 2 cups J. Mel Dobson, Adjutant milk stirring until smooth and Meetings 1st and 3rd Tuesdays heated through. More milk may 60TT OIL vv'. MARCH 5 & 19 be used for thinner gravy., Spoon ever toast. A poached egg placed BAYSHORE ROAD -- At The  on top makes it extra good. 426-3322 Mernorid Hall8 p.m. PENNE ,S Shclton General Hospital Mr. and Mrs. Harold Johnson, Rt. 3, Box 330, a boy, Feb. 21. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Knuckey, 418 Cascade. a boy,,Feb. 23. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Cook be- ' came the parents of a baby girl For a Limited bo. Feb. 25 in Columbus, Ohio. Mr. Cook is stationed in Germany. Grandmother is Mrs. Mary Cook, Time Only Shell on .-, Hatred is the madness of the heart. --Byron LOYAL ORDEK OF MOOSE , Shelton Lodge No. 1684 Gerry Hart, 2 Governor j' Phone 426-3047 Russ Morken, Secretary Phone 426-4071 MEETINGS HELD EACH 2nd and 4th Tuesdays of the Month ,:. 8 p.m. Airport ,g / CLOSE Shell Modern Heat To vncraft,, Charge Them dress shirts Committee Duties Explained To Republican Women The regular monthly meeting of the Women's Republican Club was held last Wednesday at the PUD building. Eleven members were present and two gentlemen guests. Couty Auditm' C. Nolan Mason and Mr. W. L Marble. Guests are al- ways welcome. Speakei" of the day wa: Mr. Sel- don W. Vander-Wegan, chairman of the Mason County Republiean l Central Commiftee. His topic was I "Duties and functions of the Cen- tral Cmnmittee and precinct com- mittee men and women". He urged that all members take an active interest in pricinct work and co- operate with the Central Commit- tee in every way possible, A ques- tion and answer period followed. Those who were in attendance wish to thank Mr. VanderWegen for his informative and interesting talk. There was some discussion rela- tive to changing the day of the week for meetings to enable more members to attend. Members are asked to give this some serious thought so it may be discussed more fully at the March meeting. Future meetings will be called to order promptly at 1:30 p.m. and members are kindly requested to be on time. Mrs. G. G. Shackleford, club pre- sident, urged all members to write to their Congresswoman. Mrs. Ju- lia Butler Hansen. I Third Congres- sional District), U. S. House of Representatives, Washington. D.C. and to ouF. Senators, Warren G. Magnuson and Henry M. Jackson, U. S, Senate, Washington D. C. about any legislative matters af- fecting our interests. It is only in this way they will know what the people they represent expect of them. The meeting was adjourned ear- ly in order that members might go to the Mt. View School to assist in preparing the tables for the Lin- coln Day dinner held that evening. The date of the next meeting is March 20, the place to be announc- ed later. ALL CLASS OF 1938 TO PLAN REUNION Members of the Irene S. Reed high school class of 1938 are in- vited to attend a class reunion planning meeting to be held next Wednesday at 7:30 p.m at the home of Miss Mary Dobson. 520 Laurel street. [ : So cial Even ts Society Editor Marj Waters Phone 426-4412 EX-SHELTONIAN TAKES BRIDE MR. AND MRS ARNOLD OLIVER prepare to leave the church following their wedding Jan. 12 at the Congregational Church in Fremont, California. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Donald W. Lawton, Fremont. His parents are former Shelton residents who return to their Triton Cove home on Hood Canal each sum- mer, Lt. Commander and Mrs. Emmett S. Oliver, presently of Fremont. Arnold attended both elementary and high school in Shelton. The newly weds will make their home in Oakland where the groom is employed by General Motors. H01T-WALTON VOWS EXCHANGED IN AFTERNOON CEREMONY Two formel Shell;on students, Miss Carol Ann Holt & Mr. Stod- dard Mark Wal- ton( were mar- ried in a double r 1 n g ceremony last Friday after- noon at the First Methodist church Rev. R. B. Rings officiated at the ceremony. Miss Holt is the daug- hter of Mr. and Mrs Robert S, Holt. The bride- groom 'is the son of Mrs. Arthur T. Walton and the late Mr. Ar- thur T. Walton. All are of Shel- ton. A short length gown of silk or- ganza with short white gloves and white satin heels was chosen by the bride for her im- portant day. A taffeta r o s e t te held her short veil in place. She carried a bouquet of white minia- ture chrysanthe- mums and hya- cinths. Miss Sally Holt, sister of the bride, was her maid of honor., She wore a blue silk organza dress with matching taffeta rosette and veil. Her bouquet was a nosegay of blue and white chrysanthemums and carnations. Best man for Mr. Walton was Mr. Tim D'Acquisto. Ushers bvere M. Jim Brown and Mr. Dan Ro- binson. Mrs. Holt was attired in a beige brocade suit with a veiled cocoa hat. She wore an orchid corsage. A miniature pale yellow mum corsage was worn by the bride- groom's mother on a Ming blue silk sheath with a hat of black  straw styled with a short veil. OUT BOYSEN PAINT , ,, _ 00on., % OFF re ace r $5 Regular $3.25, $2.98 Combed cotton oxfords, broad- cloths . . . pima cotton broad- cloths. ll available in your fo picir of collar styles! = Furniture Dept.- 2nd Floor Luxury 2 - ply lai:'a cotton  - *  Of broadcloths, oxford . . . Dac- for l-on:e poyestcr'n cOLLOP SUeF broadcloths, Fashion detailing. MISS CAROL ANN HOLT. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. Holt, became the bride of Mr. Stoddard Mark Walton last Friday after- noon. He is the son of Mrs. Arthur T. Walton and the late Mr. A. T. Walton, The newlyweds both attended Irene S, Reed high school. They will continue their studies at Montan State University in the spring. A reception was held for the couple at the Angleside home of the bridegroom's mother following the ceremony. Silver bells hung at the entrance and on the balcony overlooking the view of the city. Blue and white chrysanthemums graced the serving table. Mrs. Gary Nieloy and Mrs. James Doran served. The punch bowl was attended by Mr. Peter Formuzis. Miss Karen Doran was in charge of tbe guest book. The bride is a 1962 graduate o Irene S. Reed high school and is presently attending the University of Washington. Her husband gra- duated from ISR in 1961 and has attended the U of W and Montana State University where they will both continue their studies in the spring. The bridal couple took a short Wedding trip into Oregon. Play-School Offered For 3-5 Year Olds Mothers of small children are reminded that Play-School for youngsters 3-5 years of age is still in operation. Children attend- ing enjoy taking part in a rhythm band, group games and a story circle among other activities. The Play-School is a non-profit organization with a low charge to cover operating costs. Mrs. Adele Fletcher conducts the classes. Anyone Wishing further informa- tion regarding the school is asked to call Mrs. Poe at 426-8658. 4-H Leaders Are Honored Here The Colonial House was the set- Ling for a special 4-H leaders' recognition banquet last Thursday evening. 'this came through grants of the 3ears t-oeoueK Foundation which has a history of cooperation with the 4-H youth program in the state. Part of the measure of its support is shown by the total ot $160,649 in donations for 4-H in the State of Washington from 1941 to 1961. Mildred Lakeburg, local Manag- er of the catalog office of Sears Roebuck was special guest for the recognition banqaet. Included as leaders of the 4-H clubs oI Mason County were those who had taken part in the recent work- ;hops for club training. They were Mesdames Catherine Bracy, Betty ickson, Veta Holtorf. Doris Jackson, Agnes Kelley, Bonnie villiams, t3ev Lyman, Doris Whitmarsh, Maxine Mell. Helen Bakke, Mary Wetter. June Hard- ing, Jean Sharer. Rachel Valley, Gyneth Auseth. Del Simpson, Ed- ythe Bedell, Dorothy MaeRae. Joyee Olson. Larue Evers, Phyl- lis Day, Pauline Bradley, Joyce Snyder, Betty Wolf, and Jim Hick- son, Allen Hickson. Bert Day, Ri- chard Kelley and Gue, Martin Auseth, Mason County Commis- sioner. Guest speaker of the evening was Olivet' err of the Thurston COunty Extension Service. He spoke on the Lasting Value of Community 4-H Clubs. err pointed out that commun- ity clubs, involving two or more adult leaders, have long tenure because of community support. "Strict project clubs" he said. "usually fall by the wayside al- ter short duration because com- munity support is often times lacking." CRAZY 4-H CLUB BAKE SALE The Mill Creek Whatnot 4-H Club will hold a Bake Sale thh; Saturday at "the 20th Century Thriftway store starting at 10 a.m. I shall never permit myself lo stoop so low as to hate any man. ---Booker T. Washington It's A Date Today, Thursday/ Feh. 28 Golden Age Club. ( p.m. pot- luck. Memorial hall Evergreen PTA St)agbet, ti din- her and Student Art Exhibit. 5:50- 7 p.m.. at the school. WCTU potluck luncheon meet- inK, 1 p.m.. home of Mrs. V. H, SnIgrove. Rotary Club hmeheon, noon, Mind Tree Cafe. Staelton Rock and Mineral Club. 7:30 p.m.. PUD bldg. Men's 19th Hole Club monthly meeting, 6:00 Social Hour. 7:00 dinner, 8:00 meeting, Bayshore clubhouse. Forest Festival workers meet- ing, 8 p.m., PUD 3 luilding. Friday, March l VF,V Post and Auxiliary meet- ing, 8 p.m.. Memorial hall. Junior high basketball. Shelton vs Hbpitins of Aberdeen. 2:00 p.m.. SheFtofl gym. Olympic league oasRetball. Shel- ton vs. Port Angeles {final game of season. B squads 6:30. varsi- ties 8!00 p.m., Shelton gym. World Day of Prayer Service. 1 p.m., St. David's Episcopal church. Saturday, March 2 Skokomish Communi[y Club pi- nochle party, 8:15 p. m.. com- munity hall. Rainbow Girls rummage sale. i0 a.m.-6 p.m.. PUD bldg. Drivers license examiner. 10 a.m. -5 p.m., police station. Sunday, Mar('h 3 Shelton chu'ches invite you to attend the church of your choice. Monday, March 4 Ellinor Chapter OES Social Club. 12 noon potluck, home of Mrs. Pete Borg, Potlatch. County commission's meeting, 10 a.m.. courthouse. SRA Pinochle Club, 8 p.m., Me- morial hall. Tuesday, March 5 Kiwanis Club luncheon, noon, Memorial hall City eommission' meeting, 2 p.m., City hall. Fred B. Wivell Post 31 Ameri- can Legion, 8 p.m., Memorial hall. Welcome Chapter No. 40 DES Social club, noon luncheon, home of Mrs. B. N. Collier. We/inesdy, March 6 Hillcrest Homemakers Club. 12 noon dessert luncheon meeting, home of Mrs. Grace Wells. Drivers license examiner. 1O a.m. -5 p.m., police station. BPW. 7:30 p.m., home of Mrs. Mabel Burk. Thursday, March 7 Rotary Club hmeheon, noon. MR. AND MRS. E, Shelton. announce ment and April 6W of their daughterih and Mr. John A. , Jr.. son of Mr. and Sommerfeld, St., Beach. Calif. a 1962 graduate high school, She is presently Simpson Timber formerly lived in Wash., where he high school in attended Western State college in Journal SCHOOL WEEK OF M Monday -- spag buttered corn, ii bread, carrot stie !_ Tuesday  Roast vy over mashed I s cry stuffed with ter, hot tea rolls,  Wednesday    with wiener pe, vegetables, sandWi! , cake, fruit, milk, Thursday -- Turg dles. carrot and c t hot biscuits with: applesauce, milk. FridayClam el# e cheese sandwich; r iced graham ere milk. !" Supplement yoU with Plenarn,' ; Mind Tree Cafe: Navy Mothers Club, 7:30 p.m.,  _ Memorial hall. rrepp s Hood Canal Garden Club, II 133 RR ph0i a.m., Lilliwaup Community club- " : house. ,(tUA L i T Y Used Cars and Truck! 196! Hillman 4-dr., 12,000 actual 1959 Rambler Ambassador 4-dr., 1953 I.H. Heavy-Duty !/z-ton 195(; Chrysler Windsor 4-door --N000 5-YEAR -- 50,000 MILE ON ALL 1963 CHRYSLER- PLYMOUTH -- 6-WHEEL LOGGER 1957 International VF-200 cab & V-549 engine, 5-speed main 4-speed auxiliary, 36,000-lb. rear Ready to go -- completely KIHBEL HOTORS, CHRYSLER  PLYMOUTH VALI/ INTERNATIONAL TRUCKS 707 SOUTH FIRST ST. Deluxe BEEFY BURGER (lettuce, tomato, chopped onion and the works) - and - THICK, CREAMY SHAKE only 49' e Pink Lady - - - 10e ENTER CRAZY ERIC'S 50-MILE HIKE SATURDAY CALL BREMERTON ES 7-1722