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,hi !i i r SHELTON--MASON COUNTY JOURNAL- ,Published in "Ohrisfmasiown, U.S.A.", Shelton, Washingon , Page 1 i i |lm&amp;mmmgmmlmmmmmmmlmnmmmmmlmmmmmmmRmwummmnlsmmmmmmmm.mBmmmmmmmmmBa WP0st Pays QNET SOME WEDD)NG AT ]LNI} LE Work Party Today : .... , .... ....... ............... .....  : Shelton Iotans To /  '++)NT L00AL GOgPLE |Pt M+.RRD, GE For Rachel Knott ) WHAT  UO, UKIHU IH WHU, KHUHI[H, !Hmmr B Students 1 :hSna w , :,q ' " ' , , i ' " [ ona+ek Treat  O,mped,c Guild ) Recipe Favorites Of County Residents : A.d hel[ Parents] ][ iI IF '/" %i,lar i,,,:Li!t el !,+ : :i:7;:[ Thu I::.3G p... L[a:dl 15 ]u:cZ. , 2.oa Clmpter ! Delt. K:pp:, at POt ]X.o. 1694 },.iarch  : :::} : :4#:i:: con meetin of the Rachel Knott .....................  ............................................ Gamma educational honorary for " to al P.!'ted he 1-ad mmleu Orthopedm Guild will be held a* omen teaehms, held its lunch- Ik"  tl.hf:r !! ! t2!5s .r s 'M lge L;u i % r iVs:ln IA ':'I  lma'anr'ebaei: inaga lti:']h 2; :7i'2 tBaieliTgyi! TMPTATION iti; ': alltl l[r,r} ed before ynu are entit- i'uet 01% -' " ' " /1 : ,yUle1" I:ISI.U"alIce. !2>e,in+ o joit coffo !!11 u e,d at which the Post b3 ::l 1 tren raembers of tle Aux- elicieus calve -am1 to ,,&' Thi;" W;S the a -off t a array five members of , ,,u nine of the Auxiliary tr Hoquiam for the 5th 'Ul 3 ng e d to inspect the ,, ho of that Post. [7"anent Commander Wiljo . diil t WOnderful job de- :If e of ::mPartnlenewri colors. A number il[ Pre "nt and District offic- sent The Shelton Post L l 'rShlp\\;hE. traveling., trophy for Shoot is to be the State Patrol The public is Daflce for the bels' l00arch 9 Hall YOUR GLASS TO US MR. AND MRS. GUY BECKWITH were married last Friday night at the Island Lake home of Mr. and Mrs. George Valley. She is the former Mrs. Nancy Doak, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Goode, Quilcene. He is the son of Mrs. Grace Beckwith, Shelton. They wilt make their home on Hood Canal following a wedding trip to Sun Valley, Idaho. The Island Lake home of Mr.. and Mrs. George Valley was the I setting of a candlelight wedding t ceremony uniting Mrs. Nancy Doak and Mr. Guy Beckwith in matrimony last Friday evening. The double ring ceremony was per- formed in front of the fireplace by Rev. Robert Rings with the imme- diate families in attendance. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Goode, Quilcene. Mrs. Grace Beekwith, Shelton, is mother of the bridegroom. Soft wedding music played in the background during the cere- mony. Mr. and Mrs. Valley were the couples only attendants. The bride's double green orchid corsage complemented her beige wool dress. For the wedding trip which took them to Sun Valley, Idaho she chose a beige wool plaid dress with matching ha and ac- cessories. The wedding cake was centered on the reception table which was covered with white net. over a linen cloth. Silver eandclabras with white tapers were surrounded by pink and white miniature roses. A wedding bell was suspended direct- ly over the reception table. An open house is planned in hon- or of the newlyweds 1Vfarch 24 at the Golf and Country Club. e,, Mrs. Beckwith is employed "g the Shelton branch of the Seattle  First National Bank. Mr. Beck- with is with the Beekwith Jewel- ry Co. They will make their home on Hood Canal. Mrs. Fritz, chairman of the "Next to New Sale," the guild has stated March 29-30 at the PUD auditorium, asks that members please take all clothing and arti- cles such as vases, pots and pans. or anything in first class condi- tion to the home of Mrs. Roy Kim. bel as soon as possible. Today is the first "work day" starting at 10 a.m. thiS morning. Mrs. Fritz has requested as man- Guild members as possible to be at Mrs. Kimbel's. They should take a sack lunch. She will fur- nish tea and coffee. Additional work parties will be held Marcia 12, 21 and 28. If any friends of the guild mem- bers wish to donate almost new articles for the sale-they will be gratefully accepted. LOCAL MUSIC CLUB ENTERTAINS GROUP WITH "MUSICALE" The Shelton Music Club met Feb. 26 at the home of Mrs. R. W. Norvold. Twenty members from the Bremerton Choral Society and the Peninsula Music Club of Bre- merton were guests. A "Musicale" dedicated to the parade of American Music of the National Federation of Music Clubs featured performances by members of the Shelton Music club and their guests. "Emily" by Belva Felt of Ken- newick was sung by Mrs. Dean Palmer accompmied by Mrs. Don- oven Palmer who wrote the Spring Cycle of songs sung by Mrs. Ralph Peel. She was accom- panied by Mr. Walt Sowards. A presentation of the 1Vrusie of the Junior Collect by Mrs. Pal- mer was made to Mrs. R. W. Nor- vold, Junior Councilor. A grouping of American flags and red, white and blue candles made a striking table setting. A special birthday cake for Mrs. It. A, Hansmeier, Mrs. Dean Palmer and Mrs. Warren Cook, president of the Peninsula Music Clnb, all of whom were celebrating their birthdays Feb. 26. was another feature of the evening. The Shclton Music Club is at- filiated with the State and Na- tional Federation of Music Clubs. Vieki Lee Auxiliary Meeting Next Monday The Vicki Lee Orthopedic Aux iliary will hold its Msrch 11 meet- ing at 7:30 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Don Lmd with Mrs. Arden Pierce as co-hostess, Members are reminded to bring tJ]eir finished garments to be<pqt into the .hamper Which will g( o display Tuesday or Wednesday at the Sears Catalog office. I haven't time to hate anybody. Sam Rayburn March Of Values 00AL[ Don't Miss This Price Slashing Event NO DOWN -- PAY AS YOU USE IT .. SAVE / LET GENERAL ELECTRIC I MOBILMAID I dishwashing automatically "+ +'=' '188 121/2 c,f. upright FREEZER 3-Heat -- 2-Cycle 12-'1b: ca paoity G. E. DRYER '148 w/t +'"" '148 General Electric RANGE ray :ed Crisper Oor Latch +158" " 12 lb. CapacitY2 cycles @ 3 water temps / T Filter-Fie (.. es O11 Miiler's of Shelton 0018800 + _ You Bet You Can't Bet a 'MILL ' " ER DEAL GERRY HIMLIE chose Chocolate Chip Date Cake as her recipe to share with the readers. This is a moist cake with the frosting baked on it. Chocolate lovers will go for it in a big way. Those of you who. favor choc, Neighbors of America. elate cake will be especially anx- ious to try Gerry'Himlie's Choco- late Chip Date Cake. The dates make this an unusually moist cake, which men usually prefer. The topping of chocolate chips and nuts, is baked on the cake removing the necessity of messing with frosting later. Gerry came to Shelton the year she was a junior in high school. She is originally from Minnesota. Her husband, Vince, sells real es- tate with a local agency. The Him- lies have two youngsters, 3ay, 8: and Jill. 6. The Faith Lutheran church is the organization Gerry gives riiost of her spare time to. She Sings in the choir and is president of the Women's group. She belongs to Bordeaux PTA and Royal DIRT DOBBERS TO Reading is her favorite hobby. She also likes to sew. At the pres- ent time Gerry is working on a project that interests her very much the 10 year reunion of her ISR class of 1153. Chocolate Chip Date Cake Put together and have ready: ! cup dates, I tsp. soda, 1 cup hot water. 1 cup sugar 1 cup margarine 2 eggs 1 tbsp. cocoa 1 3/4 cups flour  cup chocolate chips. Cream sugar and shortening. Beat in eggs. Add dry ingredients and stir in chocolate chips. Add date mixture. Pour into greased 13 x 9 x 2 pan. Sprinkle half cup nuts and half cup chocolate chips on the top before baking. Bake at 350 degrees for 30-35 rain. In MEET ON TUESDAY , I a glass pan it requires a lower A potluck luncheon meeting  ill ) temperature and longer baking be held by the Dirt Dobber Gar- time. den Club beginning a.t 10 a.m. nextl . * * * Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Lau- I Last week our cook, Les Miller, tel Weston, 701 N. lBth street, was mistakenly placed in the Kor- flower .. arranging demonstra- ean'situation. We shotfld have said hen will be given. VWortd War II. Sorry, Les! present, Shelton members of Iota Chap- ter will give recognition of schol- astic effort to all seniors with a B average or better. They plan a dinner and program for stu- dents the first week in May. Education in this legislative session was interpreted briefly by Mr. Joe Chandler, Executive Sec- retary of the Washington Educa- tion Association. Mrs. Elizabeth Whitman, di- rector of Voluntary Service at the VetermVs hospital at Amer- ican Lake, spoke of the contri- bution volunteers make in the re- habilitation program. "The volun- teer represents the community's concern for the patient", Mrs. Whitman stated and demonstrated patient's reactions by means of a film, "The Gift You Bring". ISR Class of 1948 Reunion Meeting There will be an ISR Clas ot 1948 Class Reunion planning meet- ing at 8 p.m. tonight at the home of Dan Davidson. All class members are urged to fill out the questionnaires sent to them in the mail and return them as soon as possible so the com- mittee members can make up the history. Spinning reels were first used In England, around 1900. HOMELITE C CONVERTIBLE DNIVIE CHAIN SAW BUILT FOR THE FARMI Convede from direct to ge drive in 9 minutes or less Cuts level with the ground Instant starting ir any weather , ONLY $1499s ' direct drive with 14" bar and NAVE A FREE DEMONSlrRA TION TODA .I Saeger Motor Shop On Hillcrest We Service "What re Sell WALLPAPER 22 BOOKS FOR a- DAY SPECIAL ORDERS and WE ALSO CARRY A WIDE SELECTION IN STOCK Furniture Dept. - 2nd Floor  NOW KNOWN AS Miller's of Shelton De Fashion News is here/ MUNSINGWEAR 100% White COTTON SLIPS with all-around shadow panel sizes 32-40 ,400, short 32-36 MATCHING m. SLIP with all,around shadow panel sizes S-M-L $300 mm mm  m m m mmmmmmmmmmm Ship'n Shore" embellishes the blouse with embroidered applique 4.00 Simple blouse. Only one adornment. That's the beauty of restraint, 65% Dacron polyester, 35% cotton. Easy-care. White, gay hues. 30 to 40. Now ,,,,o,,,,, Miller's of Shelton As picks daisies for the freshest knit of the season! RIVIERA DAISY SHIRT The slyling is as feminine as the flowers scattered ovcr this cool combed cotton lisle knit. Note the gently scooped/xeckliue, hrief sleeves, new relaxed shaping, ;ith it, :hitc Stag's combed cotton Sanforized-Plus Riviera Cloth Southamptons... fanmus for beautiful tailoring, for slim, shapely cut. Just above ankle length, with neat narrow waist- band, side zippcr md pocket, Riviera Dais)" Pullover: $6,00 oulhamptons: 88.00