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March 18, 1971

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Debbie Gesche High School Spotlight She was born on June 2, 1953 in Spokane, lived for five years in Port Townsend, moved to Mossy Rock for a nine year stay, and then, in 1967, Debbie Gesche came to Shelton. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Gcsche are her parents, and she has a brother, Barry, who is a high school sophomore. For three years Debbie has been a member of AFS and Pep Club, and as a junior she belonged to FHA. She studies civics, advanced typing, child development, and office practice, and plans to attend Central State College in Ellensburg where she will major in secretarial work. She is presently employed by Himlie Realty. Music, dancing and lots of movies comprise her recreational activities, with an occasional reading session when she can find a book that truly holds her interest. In the summer she swims and wat~t ~kiks, and she enjoys year round the family dogs. "Herman" is a l)oberman and "Chicky'" is a Chihuahua. Dehbie looks forward to a summer vacation with her family, whose plans include an extensive Potluck Planned The noon potluck meeting of Elinor Chapter dES Past Matrons' Club will be held Tuesday in the home of Mrs. George W. Moake, who lives in Eldon on ttood Canal. Guild To Meet Georgine Reed Orthopedic Guild will meet at noon Friday in the Hallmark Inn with Mrs. W.H. Rogers as hostess and Mrs. P.B. Murphy as co-hostess. Cosmetics YOU WH AT'S "CASTI L E" SOAP? Q. What is a "Castile" soap? How is it different from other soaps? A. At one time, "Castile" meant that the soap was made in Spain exclusively from olive oil. As the term "castile soap" became more popular, however, it began to be applied rather loosely to any soap containing ingredients similar to olive oil. Today, soaps labeled "castile" may be made from coconut oil or animal fat REMOVING BLAC KH EADS Q. What's the best way to remove blackheads? A. Frequent cleansing of the face is the only way to control blackheads. Choose a cleanser recommended for your skin type and use two or three times a day. Finish off the cleansing procedure with a freshener. To guard further against the formation of blackheads, use washing grains instead of a liquid cleanser twice a week. These granules, mixed with water, will help to wash away excess skin oils and the i m purities that cause blackheads to form. Neil's Pharmacy Emergency Ph. 426-2 165 Fifth & Franklin St.--426-3327 Open Daily 9:30 to 7:30 Saturdays -- 9:30 to 6:00 trip through Canada. "When I'm through college," says Debbie, "1 hope to find a job near Corvallis, Ore. 1 really like the country around there." TODAY'S Camp Fire Girls Will Celebrate 61 st Birthday The 61 st birthday celebration of the Campfire Girls and Blue Birds will include a Father-Daughter dinner to be held at 2:30 p.m. Sunday in the Bordeaux School. Entertainment will be presented by the girls, and cakes baked and decorated by girls and their fathers will be judged and prizes awarded. Selling awards will also be given for the recent candy sale. Crafts and uniforms will be displayed in the window of Miller's Department Store. Organizational meetings for the purpose of forming new Blue Bird groups are scheduled for Tuesday in Evergreen School, and for Thursday in both Mountain View School and Bordeaux School. All meetings will begin at 3:15 p.m. All interested 1st and 2nd grade girls and their mothers may attend to learn about the Camp Fire program. Tom-Pat-Oki Girls Elect New Officers Tom-Pat-Oki Camp Fire girls, who meet on Thursday in the home of Mrs. Roland Cuzick, recently elected as president Valerie Parson, with Becky Bliner as scribe. Plans were made for Birthday Week, observing the 61st year of the Camp Fire girls. All Blue Birds and Camp Fire Girls in Mason County join in scheduling a father-daughter dinner to be held Sunday, with entertainment by the girls. A high-light of the dinner will be a cake contest, with entries baked and decorated by fathers and daughters. By Becky Bliner LOWREY & PIANOS RENT or BUY on Easy Terms Johnny's Music Box 205 Cota 426-4302 are Lee ann e arrles Karel Lee Mann became the bride of Jacob M. Bishop in the Faith Lutheran Church at 2 p.m. on February 20. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs Kurt L. Mann, and the groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Bishop of Chicago, I11. Tom and Jerry Mann, twin brothers of the bride, seated approximately 50 relatives and close friends gathered to witness the double ring ceremony performed by Pastor Kenneth J. Robinson. Pew bows were fashioned of royal blue velvet ribbon, and altar baskets held white gladioli, white daisies and silver leaves with ribbons of royal blue. The altar arrangement was designed with white daisies, blue ribbons, silver leaves and white lace wedding bells. Escorted by her father, the bride was attired in a floor-length white gown styled with a chiffon skirt over taffeta, daisy-lace bodice and full chiffon sleeves with long lace cuffs. Her chapel length mantilla veil was held by a chiffon bow, and trimmed with matching lace. She carried a nosegay of white daisies with silver leaves, blue net and blue velvet ribbon and wore a blue garter; a penny reposed in her shoe. In full length royal blue satin styled with long sleeves, Mrs. Lynn Lane, Matron of Honor. wore a silver necklace, a gift from the bride. Her long blonde hair was caught up by a crescent of daisies and blue velvet ribbon, and her bouquet was a smaller replica of that of the bride. Raymond Posey of Tacoma acted as best man, and Mrs. Dee Morton served as musician. A Jan Danford, Society Editor Open House .... The 50th wedding anniversary ~f !,1~: a~l ;F~a~z~*Rausclaer wdl be celebrated at an Open House to be held from 2 p.m. until 4 p.m. Sunday in the home of their daughter, Mrs. John H. Mitchell, at 1005 North Broadway, Aberdeen. Hosts and hostesses are Mr. and Mrs. John Mitchell; Mr. and Mrs. E.S. Rauscher, son and daughter-in-law; and Mr. and Mrs. Jacob M. Bishop special guest was Mrs. Mary Garbaciak of Chicago, aunt of the groom. Blue shoes and white gloves accented the red, white and blue suit worn by the mother of the bride. The groom's mother chose a sea green sheath with matching shoes. Both wore white daisies with silver leaves and royal blue ribbons. For Sunday were married March 26, 1921 in Harrison, Nel~,They lived near Crawford, Neb. for several years before moving to Salt Lake City, A reception in the church parlor followed the ceremony. The centerpiece of white daisies and silver leaves was complemented with royal blue ribbons and white lace wedding bells. The cake, made of three white layers and one chocolate layer, was iced in pure white and topped with bells and flowers. Serving were the Misses Johnna Winters, Kathy Halvorson and Susan Busack. Mrs. Dana Kunkle attended the gift table, and Mrs. Holly Dean was in charge of the guest book. Immediately after the reception the newlyweds paid a visit to Mrs. Frieda Mann, grandmother of the bride, in Fir Lane Terrace Convalescent home. They gave to her a corsage of carnations. After an Open House held in the home of the bride's parents, the bride and groom traveled to Ocean Shores where they honeymooned. The bride attended Shelton tligh School and the groom the Holy Cross High School in Chicago. He is now stationed at Fort Lewis and is serving with the U.S. Army. They will make their ~e i~r Shelton. - .... Utah in 1936. In 1945 they came th di to Shelton where Rauscher O r o p e c operated a businessuntil his retirement in 1967. He now A i ti works part time asa station SSOC a on attendant in Shelton. Serving at the Open House Will Meet will be Mesdames Emil Rauscher grandchildren, Mr. and Mrs. J,D. of Shelton; Fern Whisler, Mitchell, Mr. and Mrs. G.T..- Portland, Ore.; Roger Addleman Shields, Vaughn and Kameron of Forks, Wa. and Mathew Matesa Mitchell, and Randy, Tim, and of Tacoma. Rosemary Rauscher. There is also The Rauschers are members a great-grand-daughter, Julianne of St. David's Episcopal Church. Mitchell. Mr. and Mrs. Franz Rauscher There will be a meeting of the Mason County Orthopedic Association in the P.U. D, Auditorium on Tuesday, at 7:30 p.m. The President, Treasurer and Penny Drive chairman from each guild and auxiliary are requested to be at this meeting. The President and Treasurer will discuss possible changes in the procedure of handling individual guild and auxiliary funds. Penny Drive chairmen will pick up their materials for the assigned areas. Penny Drive is May 1-14. Mrs. Ward Doland of Seattle will speak on the importance of Penny Drive. Mr. and Mrs. Franz Rauscher 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 Page 6 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Thursday, March 18, 1971 dO [S immer Swimming is a big thing inthe life of Patti Wolfer; perhaps this is one reason that she was on hand so promptly to assist with the clean up of Pool Nuotare after the recent fire that destroyed the recreation hall and damaged the pool area. '~I just couldn't bear the thought of the pool being closed," said Patti. "I spend a lot of time there." Mrs. Wolfer learned to swim in Pool Nuotare in January of 1970: she was a complete beginner and terrified of the water, but she was not alone. The class was composed of adult women, all with much the same attitude an overwhelming fear combined with a determination to overcome it. Patti Wolfer gives Joan Woodward, instructor, unlimited credit for the accomplishments of the group. Patti is now an intermediate swimmer, enjoying the deep waters of the pool with confidence. Her next step will be into junior life-saving. Mrs. Wolfer was born in Portland, Ore., as her father was in the service, her family moved many times. She finished high school in Sequim. During her high school days, a mother requested that she write a few cheerful letters to a son in the Navy. As she was completely unacquainted with the young man, Patti suggested to the mother that her son write the first letter. A few weeks later she received a brief note from the Philippines which launched an 18-month correspondence that PATTI WO/FER'S grey Poodle is named terminated in their marriage in Beagle, Mssy", belongs to her daughter. December of 1955. R i c h ard Wolfer, Pat ti's Can-Opener Casserole 7-Up Salad husband, was employed by Simpson Timber Co. upon his 1 small jar boned chicken Heat 2 cups apple graduation from college, and the 1 can peas in 2 packages Wolfers came to Shelton in 1959. 1 C. chopped celery until dissolved. They have a daughter, Diana, who 1 Tbsp. onion flakes cups of 7-Up arl~ is eleven years old and shares her 1 Can Cream of Mushroom soupundrained crushed mother's enthusiasm for the 1 can Chicken-Rice soup. nutmeats if desired. water. 1 Can Chow Mein noodles The topping, 1 small can milk (optional).made a day ahead, Mrs. Wolfer has been for twoMix, sprinkle with buttered bread 3 oz. package creal years leader of Girl Scout Junior crumbs and bake in 375 degree of unwhipped Troop No. 603 and, for. two years overt for 45 minutes, and one cup sml pfi0t" to her leadershil~;"l~t'ved~a~ ...... AS' an" ~accomphniinerit she Mix and refri assistant Brownie leader. There suggests serve, whip and are 25 girls in her present troop. She will act as co-director of the Day Camp to be held in the summer. Although sponsored by the G~rlScouts, the camp is open Girl Scouts Be to all girls. Adult help is needed, and both men and women may A I ki volunteer assistance by contacting r~r~L~a Coo e Mrs. Wolfer, who is a member of the United Methodist Church.Girl Scouts of Pacific Peakssupervision. Pernar Patti once studied ceramics,Council will begin their annual obtained frona and has created a number of cookie sale at 10 a.m., Saturday. manager before attractive objects including a Junior, Cadette and Senior girls business or hanging lamp; she is an amateur will participate. The sale ends Sales in stores or organist, and both she and her April 5. also be cleared husband have recently taken up Three varieties of cookies depot manager, MrS. bowling, have been ordered for this year's Jr. "We aren't very good, but wesale; chocolate mint, shortbread Proceeds fro~ sure have fun," says Mrs. Wolfer. and a mixed box of fudge anddivided so that the A tremendous undertaking vanilla cream sandwich cookies. 10c per box sold, lc and a fascinating project is the The price remains $1.00 per box. to the cam family" history she is currently Rules of the cookie sale fund to provide compiling, complete with include: No girl may sell whose girls going to canal; mounted photographs and dues are not up to date; all girls Girl Scout ev~ accompanying written material, must sell in pairs, with Junior Girl balance set One of Mrs. Wolfer's most Scouts accompanied by an adult, development and s versatile dishes is and Cadettes under adult program. 3-DAY Choose from spring dress prints or sportswear solids. 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