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March 18, 1971     Shelton Mason County Journal
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% NEWBORN ADAM AARO, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Aaro Jr., has just been placed in an Isolette as are all babies born in Mason General Hospital. Looking on are Mrs. Larry Nelson, left, president of Mason General Hospital Auxiliary, and LPN Norene Coleman. Auxiliary Will Buy Isolette Each new born baby in Mason General Hospital is placed promptly in an lsolette within minutes after birth. The infant is weighed, but no bath is given. The Isolette, once commonly called an incubator, was formerly used only for premature babies, but it has been established that all infants are benefited by this helpful start. Temperature, heart rate, respiratory rate, color and activity of the child are recorded, lf, at the end of six hours, the temperature is normal and vital signs stable, the infant is removed to be bathed, measured, dressed and placed in an open crib. If necessary, the baby is left in the lsolette for a longer period. There are at present four lsolettes in use at Mason General Hospital. The newest one was purchased seven years ago, and on this model alone the temperature of the baby is automatically recorded. Three additional Isolettes are needed. Within approximately a year, the Mason General Hospital Auxiliary purchased a $2000 anesthesia machine used in surgery; two wheel chairs; a silver coffee service for the dining room; and a Polaroid camera which is used in the nursery where pictures of babies are taken for presentation to the mothers. The Mason General Hospital Auxiliary, whose recent purchases for the hospital include Thorasic instruments for chest operations, baby scales, a tourniquet for use in surgery, and two chart carts, find ,themselves just $400 short of the $1400 required to buy one lsolette. To raise money for this purpose, a bake sale will be held in the PUD auditorium from 10 a.m. until 3 p.m. next Thursday. A special table will feature new Easter gifts from the Hospital Gift Bar. Those wishing to assist toward the purchase of the Isolette are reminded that such donations are tax deductible and that receipts will be issued. Eastern Regional Scheduled holarship Degree Of Honor VFW Ladies Six members of Beta Zeta birthday cake had been sent to ,o ,.o o..o,,..oo..o.oo ,, o t Show Dinner Planned t3totdendMe on Saturday and Vancouver School for the Deaf. It _ _ .'. Degree of Honor Lodge will Give Party .qunday to attend the Eastern was shared by many boys. --..TO ~He,,~_ ,~,~ meet at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday in the Memorial Hall for a Friendship On Friday 89 patients in i~e"l~ma!nwctJnZ On Wednesday the group Dinner. Western State Hospital were ! d~. a!:~,nat chairman Mrs. catered for the 19th Hole Golf The annual Scholarship Art Lodges invited to attend are entertained at a party given by k.:,~ ~vans condt~cted the March t l mtctmg heht at 8 p.m. in her Olympia home. Mrs. Jim McNamara reported that a large Club. The next meeting will be held in the home of Mrs. Glenn Sowers on April 17. Initiation Slated tle:-n Malioy, Patti Brewer and Lm~rie Land will be initiated into tilt: Older of Rainbow for (.;iris at 730 p.:n. Monday in the Masonic lem, ple. A 6 p.m. potluck dinner wiiJ precede the meeting. Practice for the initiation will bc held at 12:30 p.m. Sunday. Food Sale Set A food sale will be sponsored by the Dirt Dabbers Garden Club in the Safeway store tomorrow, beginning at 10 a.m. Proceeds will be given to the Kidney Fund. Those wishing to contribute food may leave donations at the Safeway Store on sale day. aren oore, A double ring ceremony in the Swedenborgian Church in San Diego, Cal. at 7 p.m. on February 7 ~mited in matrimony Karen Lee Moore, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank E Moore of Lemon Grove, ~,l and James Griffin Magnus, U~c son of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley S~rong of Shelton. Rows of lace trimmed the ,,l~:cvcs and the fiont of the satin w::,:!dmg gown fashioned by the Show sponsored by the Shelton Adult Art Group is scheduled for March 31, and will be held from l l a.m. to 9 p.m. in the PUD auditorium. Funds raised will provide an art scholarship for a high school art student. All local artists are invited to display their paintings. Entry fees are 25c for Art Club members and 50c for non-members. The show is open to the public and a small donation is requested. Co-chairmaning the event are Merle VanderWal, Ina Wivel and Wilma Dittman. James mother of the groom. The bride, wearing an almost-floor-length veil and carrying red roses and stephanotis on a heart-shaped background, was given in marriage by her father before 100 guests. White carnations, white stock, and candles decorated the church. Matron of honor Kathleen Thompson, sister of the bride, and bridesmaids Sandi Koderick and Marcia Rutledge were gowned those from Olympia and from Tenino. All Degree members are welcome. Mrs. Gladys Nelson is chairman of the event. Reynolds Lopi ............. .ow $1.69 Reynolds Irish Fisherman 79 Bmll Melody lilY,Jr s,.0o ..... 75 Bucilla Pastel Print ......... 59 Ftlildm. Win-Tot ........... 39 Unger Nannetto s]. 0 ........... Now 99 KNITTING BAGS Expanded Vinyl s..so .......... NOW $4.98 Tapestry Tote ............ $4.98 SALE GOOD MARCH 18-19-20 Call About Beginning & Intermediate Knitting Classes On Mountain View 4264568 Adjudicator Named Charles M. North of Western Washington State College will be the adjudicator for piano adjudications to be held in Shelton on April 2 and 3. The Recognition recital for the winner will be held April 5. agnus Page g - SheHon-Mason County Journal - Thursday, March 18, 1971 in rose pink full length velvet accented with white velvet bows. Stephanotis adorned their hair, and they carried red roses and white carnations on heart-shaped background material. Best man was Randy Donnely, and seating the guests were Brian Copeland and Keith Moore, brother of the bride. Bert Chobeau was musician. Mr. and Mrs. James Griffin Magnus t Serving at the 8 p.m. reception in the church were Jan and Moreen McPherson, with Linda Nordstorm in charge of the guest book. White and pink roses decorated the four layer cake. The bride is a graduate of Grossmont Junior College, and the groom was graduated from Sealth High School. The couple will reside in Shelton. ARIENS TILLI WW Compost Grinders FREE DEMONSTRATION! FREE INFORMATION ON ALL ASPECTS OF VEGETABLE GARDENING! the VFW Auxiliary. Fourteen dozen cupcakes and 139 magazines were presented by auxiliary members Josephine Sparks, Merle VanderWal and Sue Latham. The parties are given every two months. The next meeting will be held tomorrow in the Memorial hall. Golden Age Club To Hold Potluck Golden Age Club will meet in the Memorial Hall at 6 p.m. next Thursday for a potluck supper followed by a business meeting and an evening of music, dancing and card games. The last meeting was attended by 28 members and 25 visitors. The next meeting will be a 6 P.m. potluck on April 22. Salty Sashayers Meet Saturday The Salty Sashayers Square Dance Club met Saturday evening at 8:30 p.m. in the fairgrounds hall. Ed Mathews was caller, and many, members of his recently graduated class were among the dancers. Current classes meet each Monday evening. Rt. 3, Box 1 7 426-2574 Eves. Anniversary Reception Planned Mr. and Mrs. Leo D. Brewer of Phillips Lake will celebrate their Golden Anniversary with a reception, during the afternoon of Sunday, March 28, at the Lake Limerick Country Club near Shelton. Leo Brewer, born in Tumwater and raised in Rochester, is the grandson of a Washington Pioneer, John M. Brewer who came West by wagon train from Arkansas and settled in Rochester in 1860. Mrs. Brewer was born in Centralia and grew up in Littlerock. Her father, ttarry U. Stephens, settled in Centralia, moving to Littlerock in the late 1800's. They were married in Chehalis on March 29, 1921, and lived in Tacoma for many years. They later lived in Puyallup and in Sumner before retirement to their home on Phillips Lake. Their two sons are Ronald L. of Lynnwood, and Douglas K. of Yakima, and they have eight grandchildren. Mr. and Mrs. Brewer welcome all friends, neighbors and relatives to their anniversary reception. Mr. and Mrs. Leo D. Brewer Ritual Of Jewels I Held On Monday In Taylor Towne Participating in Epsilon Omicron Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi Ritual of Jewels held in Taylor Towne Restaurant on Monday were Mrs. Bill McHatton and Mrs. David Williams. A program debate on abortion was led by Mrs. Mike Ogden, and election of next year's officers was held. Elected were Mrs. Richard Baxter, president; Mrs. Norman Anglin, vice-president; Mrs. Mike Ogden, recording secretary; Mrs. Bill MeHatton, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Jerry Swartos, treasurer; and Mrs. Joe Lovat and Mrs. David Williams, city council representatives. Home-made candies and pies will be featured at a bake sale planned for April 2 in the Safeway store. By Jmn With due respect To my friend Thoreau, Almost all Of the folks l know Step to the beat Of a different drummer In winter time Than they do in summer. tfenry David 'Fhoreau said it beautifully: "If a man does not keep pace with his companions, perhaps it is because he hears a different drummer. Let him step to the music which he hears, however measured or far away." Dear Abby cleverly commented to a reader that perchance an intellectual friend was making up his own tune as he went along. Well, why not? Somebody has to beat the drums; some of us are born musicians. I reserve the right to music of my o~ however discordant it upon the ears of lilting pipes to primrose path the who fit so well tread. Indeed, so dancing steps follow even though To each his owt~" me not that I along a twisted solitude to a s~ symphony of composition. And dO dismiss as a vacant far-away look of is focused beyond tN Like a lion And often contriving To leave in' the March has To hold his own . ,at, 'Till almost the m,l~.~ !i!1%. MR. AND MRS. Harry Pozorski of Potlatch announce the engagement of their daughter Sandra to Gary Frederickson, the son of Mrs. Gilbert Frisken of Hoodsport and Paul Frederickson of Randle. Miss Pozorski was graduated from Shelton High School in 1970 and is now enrolled in Olympia Vocational Technical Institute in Olympia. Her fiance is a 1968 SHS graduate and has attended both Olympic College in Bremerton and St. Martin's College in Olympia. He is now a student in OVTI. No wedding date has been set. Nightshade Includes Tomato And Because both belong to family (as does the 1 6th century often confused the them both the "love-apple." But, 2 centuries a pple-o f- SodOr~ described, which but turned the mad at first bite. When the clt eggplant reache Europe, it was a p ple-of-Sodora "mad-apple" while continues to be d'amour," love Even today, ha is called melanzana, Mala insana which mad-apple. Sale Scheduled The TB Association will hold a rummage sale from 9 a.m. to 4 P.m. Friday in the PUD. Funds raised will be applied on payment for the new X-Ray machihe. DRAPERIES Made to Measure-Any Size NO CHARGE Pay Only For Materials Choose from Immense Selection ator Fabrics Open Friday Evenings Until 8:30 p.m. FOR ALL Watches Diamonds Jewelry "For satisfaction, always buy a watch from a watch-maker." 5th & Franklin 426-3283 Top quality doesn't just comes aboU' dedicated artisans whO themsel eve is rea both our co Palmer and won top competition. competed ProfessiOn graphers of Convention in Seattle. you, Morn