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h 21, 1963 SHELTONMASON COUNTY JOURNAL  Published in "Christmastown, U.S.A.", Shelton, Washington i Page 3 High School Spotlight plans to attend the University of Washington is one of the Top Ten in his class. Phil is a member band and the newly-formed German band at Irene SChool. Save Tax rOney! igTaxof .items can be listed. WZ'lbte e o our L x moneyl IPREPP'S Ilexall Store Cond &. Railroad , Phone 426-4642 In the'spotlight this week is Phi!ip Ct;amer, 6'1" ISR senior student. He has blue eyes and brown hair. Phil first saw the light of day Sept 4, 1945 in Tacoma, Wash. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Cramer, Angleside. The Cramers moved to Shelton when Phil was one year old so he ]as attended Shelt'on schools throughout his educational years. He is cne of the Top Ten in his dlags. Philip is taking band, civics, chemistry, st. English, sr. math and 2nd year German. He hopes to attend the University of Wash- ington after high school and will probably pursue an Engineering COllt'se. As a member of the LDS church, Phil is one of the councilors of the Sunday school superintendency and a member of YMMIA, the church youth group. He is a Sea Explorer Scout Water skiing, swimming, boat- ing and hiking are Philips favorite hobbies. At school he is a member of FTA, Honor Society, the Brass Sextet, Dixieland Band and Ger- man Band and is 2nd year presi- dent of Rifle Club. The new Individual Income Tax Return offers taxpayers an oppor- tunity to take refunds in U. S. S&vb'gs Bonds. The instruction booklet gives details. II ql The !ll I,Iql True ',. X o, ECTRII l 'x'--l ) Cise as man can mak: //\\; t  t' ,  measures the amou I -' of electricity you use each month. But even this accu- rate instrument can't measure the real val- ue of electricitythe family pleasure from TV, radio, record play- er... the work-sav- ing electric washer & :lean-up team of elec- tric dishwasher and waste disposal . . . the COnvenience of the food freezer and re- frigerator . . . the ?..-- marvels of electric air \\; ,-:=--,o Cm,ditioning and elec- ._,'/// Nothing you buy does more to bring comfort, convenience and better living than Y o u r electric service, a b&rgain you'll de- pend on every day of the Year. 0UN |,,,,,:, , P.U.D. NO. 3 ! A'YI-13R?LE' President; TOM WEBB, vice president; [.. eOretary JERRY SAMPLES, manager ' "", I ETT , , ER ELECTRICALLY Mt. View PTA To Elect Officers Next Monday ML. View PTA will meet at 8 p. m. next Monday evening at the school. A panel discussion and ex- )lanai]on of the Continuous Growth Program will be given. Mr. Red]ski from Clover Park, Mr. Shipley from Aberdeen and Mr. Lee fron) Shelton will explain how and why the program was started in their districts. Officers for the coming year will be elected at this meeting. The nominating committee has sub- mitted Mrs. Clyde Ruddell for pre- sident; Mrs. E. R. Fuller and Mrs. Marvin Lund for 1st vice pres.; Mrs. Dwayne Roger for 2rid vice president; Mrs. Roger Tuson for secretary; and Mrs. Jim Connolly for treasurer. Nominations may also be made from the floor. The Flag Salute will be lead by Boy Scout Troop llO. Rev. Younglund will give the Invocation and Jim Doherty will give an in- spirational talk. Royal Neighbors To Host Convention Royal Neighbors of America will meet Monday in the Memorial I hall at 7:30 p.m. Plans are still being made for the Olympic Dis- trict Convention to be held here in April. Refreshments will be served by Mrs. Gerry Himlie and Mrs. Mary Jatlin. :: ................................................................ :'Open House To Honor .. WHAT'S GOOKIRG IN WHOSE KITGHEN? i pit ,. , , , ' .Has al Personnel '  Members of the Ladies Auxiliary :: Recipe Favorites 0fCounty Residents i , of the Shelton General hospital in- vile the public to an open house. ' from 2-1 p3.n. next Monday at St. SAUERKRAUT PiE is this week's recipe. It was given to us by Pat LeGarde who claims it really is good. Ground beef and mashed potatoes accompany the sauerkraut to complete this casserole dish. With Pat in the picture are her children, Ronald, Cheryl Diane and Teryle. , Sauerkraut 'Pie doesnt sound Social Even ts Society Editor Marj Waters * Phone 426-4412 It's A Date Today, Thursday, March 2l Past Matrons of Welcome Chap- ter No. 40, 12:30 p.m. sack lun- cheon meeting, Masonic temple. Navy Mothers Club, 7:80 p.m., Memorial hall. Catholic women's rummage and plant sale, 9 a.m., old Journal bldg. Rotary Club luncheon, noon Ming Tree Cafe. Port commission's meeting, 8 p. nl,, courthouse. Bordeaux PTA, 7:30 p.m., at the school. 19th Hole Club monthly dinner meeting, 6:30 p.m., Shclton-Bay- shore Golf clubhouse. Friday, March 22 Rachel Knott Orthopedic Guild, 12:30 p.m. luncheon meeting, home of Mrs. Louis Van Arsdale. Catholic women's rummage and plant sale, 9 a.m., old Journal bldg. Annual inter-class track meet 3:45 p.m., Loop Field. Saturday, March 23 FOE card party, 8 p.m., airport hall. SEY Club hike, 12 noon, meet at the church. Drivers license examiner, l0 a. m. - 5 p.m. police station. Mark E. Reed chapter, Order of DcMolay installation, 8 p.m., Ma- sonic Temple. Public cordially in- vited. Sunday, March 24 Shelton churches invite you to attend the church of your choice. Rockhounds field trip, 10 a.m., Memorial park in Bucoda. Monday, March 25 County commission's meeting, 10 a.m., courthouse. Royal Neighbors of America, 7:30 p.m., Memorial hall. Mr. View PTA, 8 p.m., at the sol, Dot. Tuesday, March 26 Kiwanis Club luncheon, noon Memorial hall. City commisMou's meeting, 8 p. m., City hall. Salvation Army truck in town, phone 426-2215 for pickups or leave at 325 N. 5th street. Dirt Dobbers Garden Clnb, 10 a.m., PUP bldg. Shelton Music Club, 8 p.m., home of Mrs. Donovan Palmer. Ve(Inesday, March 27 Drivers license examiner, 10 a. m. - 5 p.m., police 'station. " Thursday, March 28 Hood Canal Woman's Club Fa- shion Tea, 2 p.m., Potlatch club- ]louse. Rotary Club luncheon, noon, Stork Shower Fetes Mrs..Richard Baxter. Mrs. Glenn Chase and Mrs. Ar- chie Underwood were hostesseu for a stork shower for Mrs. Richard Baxter following the Navy Moth- ors meeting at the Memorial hall March 7. Thirty-five guests enjoyed games and a delicious h|ncheon after the honored guest opened her many, lovely gifts. Out of town gamsts included Mrs. l'rank Deemer, :Mrs. N. Richardson ad Mrs. C. Fan- ning, all of Union, Mrs, M. Nel- sen, Mrs. M. Landas, Mrs. S. Bow- en and Mrs. R. Moody from Retsil and Mrs. M. A. Neilsen of Tacoma. Karen Greenlee Honored At Tea Miss Karen Greenlee of Shel- ion was among tile women hon- ored recently at a scholarship tea held aL Central Washington State College. Miss Greenlec received [ recognition for her st|'aigh;ce } grade average in student teachinm t is tile daughter of Mr. anci i She Mrs. Win. Henderson, Shelton. '! ARRIVALS  V/ Shelton General Hospital Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth L. Knight. 514 Dearborn, a boy, March 14. Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Blair, Rt. 2 Box 11, Union, a boy, Marci 15. Mr, and Mrs. Jerry Riley, Rt, 1 Box 290, Ehna, a b')y, M;reh 17. hit'. and Mrs. Ve/'non Morris. 7' Rt. 3 Box 579, a boy, Marci Mr. and Mrs. Robert Herzog, Phoenix, Ariz., became the par- ents of a baby daughter born March 11. Shei'ton grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. George Herzog Be what you are. This is the first step to{yard becoming better than you are. Julius Hare. Ming Tree afe-- Mason County Forest Festival meeting, all emnmittees, 8 p.m. PUP 3 conference room, For Your Wonderful Reception To Our FULLER PAINT DEPT. Grand Opening last weekend. Your kind comments and warm response were high- ly gratifying and encouraging to us. Congratulations Also To Our PRIZE WINNERS: JOHN A. LUND-- 1st PRIZE  Wa.ll Mirror MRS. MARTIN STEVENS - 2rid PRIZE .... 4 gap lons of Fuller Exterior House Paint MRS. F. A. TRAVIS, JR. -- 3rd PRIZE -- Door Mirror DORA MORRIS -- 4tl PRIZE  2 gallons Fuller Interior Latex and 1 gallon EXterior Semi-Gloss Paint INGUSTRIAL AID 1st & PINE STREETS BUILDERS SUPPLY very glamorous but according to Pat LaGarde, who gave us the re- cipe, you have to try it to believe it. Layers of Sauerkraut, ground beef and mashed potatoes make up this unusual casserole. Pat and her husband, non, have three youngsters, Teryle, 5/'non, Jr., 3t.z, and Cheryl Diane, 2. non is an avid fisherman. Instead of sitting home complaining like many wives do, Pat packs up a picnic lunch and she and the child- ten go along and enjoy the day as much as "Dad" does. Most of the family gardening is taken care of by Pat. She enjoys watching things grow and lear- ning when and where to plant flowers. She also likes to knit and crochet and is treasurer of the Vicki Lee Orthopedic Guild. S_atI TERKIIAUT PIE 2 lbs. Ground Beef 1. small Onion diced fine 5 reed. Potatoes eooked and mash- ed 1., eube Butter PHONE 426-4393 or 426-8279 i David's Episcopal chm'ch parish ;house. Mrs. Helep McCann, retir- ing hospital administrator, and Mr. Cal .Hopper, the new administrator, will be honored at that time. Speaker Tonight At Bordeaux PTA Bordeaux PTA will meet at 7:30 p.m. tonight at the school. Mr. Irvin McArthur. Administrator of State Dept. of Public Assistance, will be the speaker. The subject will be "Child ,Vel- fare" concerning causes and re- suits of school drop outs and other juvenile problems in the Shelton area. Problems often start in the grade schools and if not detected at this level become increasingly difficult to do anything about. Shelton Music Club Regular Meetiug The Shelton Music Club will meet at 8 p.m. next Tuesday at the, home of Mrs. Donovan Pahner, 1005 W. Birch street. The ,orogram subject of the even- ing will be music of Hungary and Czechoslovakia. The Shelton Music Club is affi- liated with the State and National Federation of :Music Clubs. Saturday Night Deuce For Sashayers Benny Berndson of Olympia will be the caller for the Salty Sashayer square dance this Satur- day night at the Memorial hall at 8:30 p.m. A potluck supper will follow-. The hosts for tile evening will be Mr. and Mrs. Bert Deyette and Mr. and Mrs. Phil Hardie. "Next To New" Sale Slated Next Week The Rachel Knott Guild will pre- sent its ammal "'Next To New" sale March 29-30 at the PUP building. Doors will open at 11 Clothing for men, women, chil- dren and babies will be offered in "next to new" condition. Some household articles will also be available. POTI,UCK LUNCHEON i salt, pepper FOR DIRT DOBBERS 1 small can Sauerkraut I Tile Dirl Dobber Gardep Cb b Saute crumbled ground beef, and I regular meeting will be held at onion with seasoning Place the 10 a.m. next Tuesday at the PUP ' . I sauerkraut m a casserole, top wth : building. There wilt'be a potluck tle ground beef and make a thixi { hmeheon.  layer of the mashed potaoes. Dot! Mr. Peek from the County Ex- with the V,; cube butter. Bake, coy-tension office will be the guest ered, for 30-35 minutes at 370 de-i speakei:. frees. Serve with hot rolls and tos- [ sea ........................ J 1 CHIN ESE (AME green salad. -. ', - r e ', m! To my sense the Sermon on the' 1 NIGI-][T Mount, read each Sunday with-  at-,rl,tr 1,![,.o! @ out comment and obeyed through-: J ' ', out the week would le enough for | 7:30 P.M. Christian practice. ;t DAYTON HALL ..... Mary Baker Eddy ' Morgan, Eaoretl's, Amazing new _ _ DOOR ' amll from Stem .Door to Screeu Door... IN SECONDS AS LOW AS =299s FULL i" THICK t SAVE SPACE--All inserts stay on door aft year SAVE WORK--Sliding Panels tilt out for washing weather. stripping , HEAVY ALUMINUM for MORGAN, EAGRETT LUMBER H I LLCREST Phone 426-4522 ....... I I I q 00ARCH OF VALUES t Continues For Its 3rd Week! : ,9 G,E. WI),SHER Ill 12-LBS CAPACITY( ....  3 VVATER TEMPS. G.E. FII_TER-FLO  '2 CYCLES 1 YEAR WARRANTY ON ALL FARTS AN LABOR 'lS8OO , = 00 138 D!"I, llii,::ill;i,ii ...... .... >, ...... i m ! i! ...... ,i;iiiiil;ii:i,,: PORTABLE G.E.. 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