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March 4, 1971     Shelton Mason County Journal
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March 4, 1971

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FRANCES BILDERBACK pumps gasoline at her Valley Center Union Station near Potlatch. Frances Bilderback Bakes Salmon With Sour Cream I Boy Scouts from Troop I I 1 of Hood Canal, which is sponsored by the club; presented the first part of the program when Hood Canal Federated Woman's Club met on February 18 in the Potlatch clubhouse. Ken (Buckshot) Connally, Senior Patrol leader, introduced the Boy Scouts and showed the items that all should carry when going into the woods, among which were pad and pencil, compass, band-aids, two dimes for emergency phone calls, compass. candle, and waterproof matches, made by pouring candle wax over wooden matches. Brad Atkins, assistant Senior Patrol leader, demonstrated compass orientation on a map of the Hood (?anal area. Richard and Russel Dana and Steve Slott demonstrated the many useful TODAY'S knots they have learned to make. and explained their uses. The Boy Scouts also showed how to make a lazyman's fireplace which consisted of green poles lashed between trees in such a way that a fire could be built approximately two feet up from the ground. The club presented to the boys six sets of Morse ('ode flags. Jo-Ann Pizzello, Mason County Extension Agent told of the many services available from the extensionservice. Included are individual assistance, group assistance, and their program for youth, better known as 4-tt. The extension service program has changed over the years to meet the needs of the people. 4-H, originally set up for the country boy and girl, has expanded to the city, since many farmers buy their Jan Danford, Society Editor Puppet Show Depicts Opera kAna Wcbber and Etta Rector were co-hostesses at the February 23 meeting of Shelton Music Club, an affiliate of the National Federation of Music, held at 8 p.m. in the home of Mrs. James Barrom. Mrs. Barrom and her daughter, Marie, prepared and enacted a puppet show portraying the opera 'Kismet', one of those studied this year by the club, utilizing authentically dressed puppets and realistic settings personally created. Previously prepared tapes provided as background music portions of the 1 hc climbing ~)t llloutatains to I)iablo l)am and to Ross Lake has bug hcen a lavorite l~)rm ~)I near Sedro Wooley and to the recrcal>n lot I'rana, s l~ilderback, waterfalls on the l)osewallips. once a tHcmhel ()Ililt,, .,'%lpHac She is interested in rocks and ('tub. has collected many black and ~ia~ .... ;~nlong lhe nloutHalns she has white varieties. She is a gardener ~,: ~ated are ~:'ascadc Peak. Mt. and ha~e_~!jzed ULt~&rlR/.j~..~.~.{ Sauk Big l:C,t~r M~)tmiaitj. ~w~ii~ ~0f ...... the sempervivums colnnlonly gislcr~ Peak,,. ,lItil 'ql Itikcr. She has cxpl opera as puppets were manipulated and the story of the opera was read. A brief commentary on the opera, given by Ruth Smith, preceded the puppet show, and a short business meeting followed the program. The next meeting, to be held gram milk, meat and vegetables as city residents do. Mary Johns and Barbara Ward, members of the Golden Thimbles 4-H Club told what 4-}t had meant to them. Mary demonstrated one of the sewing techniques she had learned in her clothing project, which was m a t c h i n g p 1 a i d s. S h e recommended that beginning sewers start with even plaids as they are much easier to lay- out on a pattern. She stressed the importance of buying for uneven plaids sufficient material to ensure proper matching. The Golden Thimbles 4-}t club is led by Mrs. Ben Drake and her assistant. Mrs. Ray Johns. Mothers of Hood Canal pro-school children served luncheon to club members and guests. Jayettes Set Events A 'White l:lcphanl" sale x~ill be a feature of the inccliilg ol Ihc Shelton Jayencs. to bc hL'ld 'ai 7:30 p.m. next Ihursdcly in Ihc home of Mrs, Jerry N;val'lt> \vilh Mrs. John Tarranl as co-ho~ies>. a wine-and-cheese larding social is planned for March 13 m the home of Mr. and Mrs. Iota Myers. Mrs. Jack Wcbbcr is chairman of the event, Jayetles aIld their husbands on Monday visited the ttapp) dalc Jaycees at Washington ('orreclions ('enter, and on Saturday plan ,i trip to Woodhmd for a regional meeting and social. For Madigal~ soldiers the Jayettesmade candy Valentine corsageswhich were selected 1~3r the soldiers and mailed b3 the Ja}rcttes to designated recipienls. Annual chapter night \~:~s observed on February 25 in Taylor Tox~n Restatiranl ~ith Margaret Endersby of Mason County l)ivision of Public Assistance as guest speaker. Beta Sigma Phi Hears Speakers Coupons Needed By Sixth Graders Mrs. Ridout's Bordeaux school sixth-graders have a problem. They have been collecting Betty Crocker coupons, 800,000 of which may be redeemed for a kidney machine. General Mills, however, is discontinuing the offer, having Mrs. Mildred Welch and Mrs. Barbara Martin, representing Independent Mothers of Mason ('aunty, were guesl speakers at the Monday meeting of t-lpsihm Omicron ('hapter of Beta Sigma Phi held in the home of Mrs. Richard Baxter with Mrs. Arden Merrimas co-hostessing. Visiting was Mrs. Linda Walden. March 15 is lhe date set for Ritual of Jewels, to lake place ill Taylor Town Rcslauranl, A bake sale is planned for April 2. Rainbow Girls at 2:t5 p.m. on March 21 in the been accused of tradingon human home of Mrs. Bernard Winiecki, misery. No coupons will ber'lc/I/'l|-r~ will feature a dissertation on redeemed in this manner after Meeting opera by Dr. Stanley Chapple, May 31. With so short a time to attain Director of Symphony and Opera in the School of Music at the University of Washington. their goal, the students have written the following letter: Mrs. Ridout's room, at Bordeaux, is collecting Betty Crocker Coupons. We have been collecting Betty Crocker coupons since the first of October. The reason that we started was because Mrs. Denny Davidson spoke to the health classes, and brought the educational van to BoFde'au'x Sel~ol. ~ ' .... We are saving Betty Crocker coupons for a kidney machine. We need 800,000 coupons for one kidney machine. The coupons we have counted so far add up to a total of 46,800. We have received several letters from people telling us what a good idea it is. If you have any Betty Crocker Coupons you would like to donate, you may deliver them at Shoprite on Mountain View, or at Bordeaux school on Hillcrest. We may receive them 'only until the end of May. Thank-you Sincerely, Mrs. Ridout's Home Room. Order of Rainbow Assembly No. 19 will meet at 7:30 p.m. Monday in the Masonic Temple. All line officers and color stations should be in the Temple by 7:15 p.m. Only dresses and skirts are acceptable attire. No slacks, jeans, shorts or trousers may bc worn. Among those working for the good of the order in the candy ,oal~ held. on February 27 )itl the Safew~y and the Pcnney Stotd," were Dana Stracke, Jeanee Nutt, Vicki Stuller, (knell Stockwell, Colleen ttamlin, Cheryl Nault, Joanna Miljour and Diane Bourgault. Selling door to door were Cheryl Nault and Joanna Miljour, giving two days of their time. Two Initiated Into Auxiliary COUNTING A QUART of money is Wilma Downin She and her husband, Carl, are president couple of the Salty Sashayers Square Dance Club, at whose special Friday evening dance donations to the Heart Fund were collected. Kamilche Kapers Entertain A Guest The f:ebruary 23 meeting of the Kamilche Kapers was held in the home of the leader, Mary Relier. Jeanne pizzcllo. County Extension Agent, was our guest. There were ten members present. Miss Pizzello answered many questions about demonstration day and camp, Several members decided what to demonstrate. We also.discussed a mother's tea and a babysitting day. The nex! meeting will be held on March ,2: an,l we will practice our demonstrat,0ns. By Joaquina Gonzales, reporte~" Recent iniliates into l';agles Auxiliary No. 2079 were Genevieve Smith and Shirley Waring. The organization meets ai 7 p.m. on the second anti fourth Tuesdays of each month, in lilt_' airport hall. A bazaar, rulnnlage :.lille bake sale is planned for Maroh I1 and March 12, to he held lrom 9 a.m. until 4:30 p.tn. in the l)tJl) auditorium Anyone wishi~? to donate should ca!l 426-1181. Help Heart Fun,:# i i Mr. and Mrs. Michael L. Miss Prey, Michael Wed In February Me]~lhcrs of the immediate ]'he families wilnt,,ssed on February 20 from Shelto.1 in tile [3niled Methodist church attended the lhe ii/arriage of Marilyn Jo Prey, Sound where diltlgJller Of Mr. and Mrs. Itoward Phi Delta Prey of ()rondo, and Michael L.a trooper Brickerl, son of Mr. and Mrs. State Patr, Willi;tln M. Brickert of Shelton. Everett vicinib The Rev. ('harle.s Fox of After a trii Wenalchee, cousin of the groom,to other officialedal the double ring couple will cert'nlolly. { A learn of flowers adorning her hair, the bride was gowned in silk crepe l:,shioned with a high C neckline, ,.\-line skirt anti fingertip slee, cs of cililfon, llcr white Bible To was lopt~t:d with a single yellow rose acenled wilh grec'n 1/.'111 and A bake ycllo~ st realners. ~l rs. I)enlon Bailey of by St. after all lutllW~llcr, mullah of honor, was a.ln. until II atlircd in empire-waisted bright the church yellow complimented with white. AI the Mar She wore a white and yellow nominating headpiece of flowers and net, and .,~e, carried a long-stemmed yellow announce rose. Brian Brickert served as his year. Floor bc accepted, brolhcr's hesl nlall. A reception was hehl in the home of the groom's parenls followingthe ceremony. Work The bride, a graduate of }:aslmont tligh School in F, ast Shel-Toa Wenatcilec, was employedby p.m. today Pacific Norlhwest Bell prior to Georgia her marriage, in preparatt~ sale to bc 2 p. in. auditorium. WSNA Dinner Set should brin the meeting. Washinglon Siale Nurses Bonnie Wi Associalion District No. 22 will hold a dinner meeting at {~:30 p.m. I ucsday in Taylor Town. All rcgislered nurses areB idg welcome, t"or reservations call r e 42(>2118 or 426-g159. Sale Scheduled I)olmie ,I. O'Neill Orthopedic (;uild will hold a rummage sale in the PIJI) auditorium tonite from 7 p.nl. until 8:30 p.m. i\ short business ineeting will precede Ib.e sale. Monday auditorium Gordon B~ Quimby winning for East-West Krcager and and Mrs. :', ......... Made to Measure-- .... Lined or Unlined The Salty Sashayers Square Salty Sashayers will be held on WSCS To Meet Pay Only Da,~ce club held a special March 13. The class currently fund-raising dance in the sponsored by the club and taught The Women's Society of fairgrounds hall on Friday by Ed and ShirleyMathewsmeets Christian Service will meet at Choose evening. Special guests were Mr. the United ::: .... and Mrs. Dave Thacher. Collected donations were presented by club president Carl Downing to Thacher, the county-city chairman of Mason County Heart Association Fund drive. The next regular dance of the LOWREY & PIANOS RENT or BUY on Easy Terms Johnny's Hllic Iox 205 Cota 426-4302 every Monday evening at 8 p.m.noon T!aesday in in the fairgroun'ds hall. Methodist Church. Your On the Right Course When you set sail for the And Our Famous Stop in and enjoy your favorite beverage along with the featured dish of the "What's Cookin' " column from the Journal. 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. in Hoodsport . . V" Immense open Page 6 - Sheito~-Mason County Journal - Thursday, March 4, 1971