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March 25, 1971     Shelton Mason County Journal
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Mr. and Mrs. John R. Snyder Miss Ikehara Is A Bride Immediate family members witnessed the marriage of Miss Shirley M. lkehara and John R. Snyder on March 17 in the United Methodist Church. The Rev. Horace Mounts performed the double-ring ceremony for the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Ikehara, Atsugi Naval Air Station, Japan and the son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Snyder, Shelton. Attendants for the couple were Mr. and Mrs. Joe L. Snyder, brother and sister-in-law of the groom. The couple will reside in Bellingham where both are seniors in Western Washington State College. The John Morrows Observe Silver Wedding Anniversary Seventy friends and relatives Norris, John, Barbara and three Bouquets of white chrysanthemums, red carnations and greens decorated the altar of Saint Edward's Catholic Church for the December 19 wedding of Elizabeth Kelly Fredson to James Michael Olson. The Reverend Gabriel Donohue officiated at the double-ring ceremony for the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mark Fredson and the son of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Olson, all of Shelton. Altar boys were Jim and Jerry Johnsen. Music was provided by Jeff Mitchell, soloist, and Mrs. Ted Wittenberg, organist. Escorted by her father up the aisle between pews marked with holly and moss green ribbon, the bride wore a candlelight satin peau gown fashioned with scooped neckline, empire waistline and bishop sleeves. Alencon lace appliques trimmed the bodice, sleeves and the skirt which flowed into a chapel-length train accented with peau bows and pearls. An elbow-length veil of French illusion was caught to the bow back of her Camelot hat of peau and Alencon lace. She carried a bouquet of white spider chrysanthemums and red rosebuds. Matron of honor was Mrs. Larry Warner. Bridesmaids were Kathryn Flower, Sandi Lewis and Kathy Olson, sister of the groom. They were attired in floor- length, empire-styled gowns of moss green velvet with ruffled velvet cuffs on the long sleeves, and stand-up ruffled velvet collars. They wore headpieces of white spider chrysanthemums and green velvet ribbon and carried holly wreaths accented with bows and streamers of red ribbon. ]'he bridegroom's best man was his brother, Dan Olson. Ushers were Don Nail, Mike Sergeant, Jay Cook, Tom Fredson and Tim Fredson, brothers of the bride Moss green accessories complemented the honey-beige knit dress and coat ensemble of the bride's mother. The bridegroom's mother chose a turquoise blue sheath and lace nounce alley Is O0 er Mr. and Mrs. James Michael Olson tiered wedding cake, with a base of four hearts, was decorated with red roses and topped with two lovebirds. Assisting at the reception were the Mesdames Gene Hanson, Ernie Pierce, Phil Morrison, Leonard Flower, Ken Fredson, Murry -Coleman, Dwight Southmayd and Mick Moses. Lori Cook, Connie Fredson, Mary Jane Southmayd, Terri Coleman and Lisa Coleman also assisted. The bride is a graduate of Shelton High School and Washington State University and is a member of Alpha Chi Omega. The groom is a graduate of Shelton High School. They are making their home in Seattle. TOD AY'S When one crosses the bridge .... which is the only entrance to the Nalley Farm in the Skokomish Valley, one enters another world. An island, the property is bounded on three sides by the Skokomish River and on the fourth by Hood Canal. Wild game birds strolling in fearless leisure along the narrow road may bring a vehicle to a standstill, and as far as the eye can see there is an abundance of unspoiled natural beauty. Margaret Gates and her husband, Robert, for the past year have been caretakers on the Nalley Farm. Mrs. Gates feeds the trout in the pond, the geese and the wild Mallards, and the Auracana chickens that lay olive-tinted eggs. She catches her limit of fish in the river flowing past her back yard, and she enjoys hunting. Many years ago Margaret Gates owned more than 100 horses including a white Arabian stallion trained as a parade horse, and a Palomino stallion. "Rodeo Ranch", owned and operated by Margaret and her husband, was located on the outskirts of Seattle. There wild horses brought from Eastern Washington were broken, trained and re-sold. Also on the premises was a riding academy. "We offered moonlight trail rides", Mrs. Gates reminisced. "We charged a dollar for three hours, and the ride through the hills included the roasting of marshmallows around an open fire." Margaret Gates was born in California, but was raised in Seattle, where she had lived most of her life before coming to the I Jan Danford, Society Editor gathered at the Cloquallum grand-children. Morrow is coat with matching accessories. I Grange Hall on March 13 to associated with the Mason County The church hall was decorated I honor Mr. and Mrs. John Morrow Road Dept. and Helen has gained with Christmas trees, huckleberry, on their silver wedding a .large aquaintance through her salal and holly for the reception. anniversary. The event, which was work with the News Tribune and An arrangement of white spider planned as a pot-luck dinner, more recently as "mail lady" cn a chrysanthemums and red came as a surprise to the couple Star Route in the Dayton area. rosebuds graced the tea table. The - ' Nalley Farm. She was employed for 20 years by florist Pete Jayettes To Hold MARGARET GATES cooks in the kitchen of Naltey Farm. who were married in Montesano on March 15, 1946 and have been residents of the Shelton area for gathered in the large hall. Mr. and Mrs. Morrow danced an anniversary waltz and were then joined on the floor by other couples. Music was furnished by Arthur Hliboki, accordionist, Ray Johnson, guitarist, Ray Hughes, mouth-organist and Florence Anderson, pianist. A large cake had been baked and decorated by Bea Loertscher. The Morrow family includes Mrs. Jane Riley, Mrs. JoAnn Jobies To Sell Easter Items Job's Daughters will sell Easter centerpieces, Easter lilies and Easter seals downtown on Saturday. A rummage sale is set for April 3, and will be held from 9 a.m. until 4 p.m. in the Masonic Temple. Job's Daughters Sunday was observed at the 11 a.m. service in the Faith Lutheran Church last Sunday, and the last regular meeting of the organization was held on March 16. Jobie of the Month was Cathy Kimbel and the Birthday March was won by Janet Wiley. Pro-Tern were Tammie Blackwell, 5th Messenger; Nancy Archer, Jr. Custodian; and Sue Ruddell, Recorder. Visitors were Linda Koch, PHQ Bethel No. 37; Jack Powell, Grand Outer Guard and PAG Bethel No. 37; and Mrs. Francis Magruder, Royal Matron, Laurel Court No. 26 Order of Amaranth. Potluck Planned The Veterans of World War I" Madrona Barracks No. 1462 and auxiliary will meet next Thursday in the Memorial Hall for a noon potluck to be followed at 1 p.m. by entertainment and the regular meeting. Each person should bring his own table service. LOWREY RENT or BUY on Easy Terms MR. AND MRS. RAYMOND E. PETERSON of Potlatch announce the engagement of their daughter Jeanne to Gary Prouty, son of Don Prouty of Sedro Wooley. Miss Peterson was graduated from Shelton High School in ]969 and is currently employed at Budget Finance in Olympia. Her fiance was graduated from Sedro Woolley High School in ]965. He now attends OVTI and is employed part-time at Capital Way Chevron. The wedding date is June 19th. DRUNK DRIVING Liability & Property Damage (over age 25) $27 (3 Me.) Fire Insurance Canceled? We can help en all fire insurance and home owners. INSURANCE AGENCY 843 Pacific, CHEHALI$, 7458855 Representing Dairyland Insurance Co. lehnny's Music hx 20S Cota 426-4302 O Rosaia, and for two years she, great-g: -- ""_,_ _Special Meetin9 herself, owned a shop. She also crowd is a common' IIUDI_ .rrese nrs. ~ , / *' ' shop,Wrked andin the forBn florist RobertMarche flower haow' v,hen shg s.cr~Margaret Gates, .an' Pizzicato,.._ _, ., ...... . . aruraay morn,ng uwn;uria~n~tL~.rno~mo'nS a special meeting of the " *'' * ,4,,, . ~,, .... ....... ~ ..... ~tar' -'-'- v-----r - - - ------' .. :!~?: : -,' :'~ ' * ~ Shelton layettes will be held at Mrs. Gates is an artist, and she Place in a flatbaking The regular meeting of tt/e composition was titled "Spring10 a.m. Saturday in the home of works in both oils and of raw rice; add Pizzicato Club, held at 7 p.m. on March 9 in the home Of Ann Quimby with Nancy Eveleth as co-hostess, opened with the singing of the Junior Collect and the hymn of the month as designated by the National Federation of Music Clubs. The entire program consisted of original selections composed by the members themselves. Alexis and April Kuhr played a flute duet written by Alexis and entitled "Early in the Morning". Cheryl Bedell played her guitar number called "The Pick and Pickles Blues". Connie Tuson played two of her own pieces: "Excitement" and "Lousay". Tracey DeMiero sang a poem of Rod McKuen's, "An Outstretched Hand", to her own guitar music. Susan Hamilton played "Ditty" on the piano. April Kuhr's piano Cosmetics for YOU TYPES OF HAIR COLORING Q. I am completely gray. What type of hair coloring should I use? A. There are four different types of hair coloring products: temporary, semi-permanent, one-process permanent and double-process blonding. You can use any of these types. Your choice should depend, not upon the present color of your hair, but upon the effect you want. If you simply want to add silver or platinum tones to your gray hair, use a temporary rinse or a semi-permanent hair color. The former lasts only until the next shampoo. The latter lasts through from three to five shampoos. It you want to change your hair to any color other than blond- or if your hair is white and you want to become a blond -- use a one-process permanent hair color. This color will not wash out. If your hair is gray rather than white and you want to become a blond, you will have to use a double-process blonding product. The first step in this process "decolorizes" the natural pigment in the hair; the second process deposits the blond shade. Flowers" and Lori Huber's was .called "Don't Ask Me." Karen Kytta's contribution was named "The March of the Busbies" and Susan and Laura .Hamilton sang "Once I was Younger" with words and guitar music composed by Susan. The annual progressive dinner was held Saturday, starting at 5 p.m. Appetizers were served in the home of Nancy Eveleth, salads in Susan Edson's, main dishes in Belinda Rae's and desserts in Kerry Kramer's home. All girls helped with the preparation of dishes which represented foods of various countries and many members wore national costumes. Mrs. Dick Andrews with Mrs. Dick Wanner co-hostessing. A short orientation on the state layette organization will be presented by officers. The group met for a wine-and cheese-tasting party on March 13 in the Tom Myers home. Mrs. Jack Webber acted as chairman. Gifts made by the club will be taken to Madigan Hospital patients before Easter. Rose Is Candidate Martin J. Rose is a winter quarter candidate for a master of education degree at Central Washington State College. "Your hair fashion is only as good as the condition of "your hair". Extra Special for OUR BEST "FROSTING" with Conditioner and Fillerall Reg. $25 ............ NOW $20.50 OUR BEST "BLEACH" With Full Bleach, Conditioner and Fillerall. Regular for short hair $27.50 . "... NOW $22.50 Remember! Our Permanent and Wig special prices are good the rest of this month! Our Operators schedules are... Stella-- Man. thru Fri. Kathy -- Tues., Fri. & Sat. Alyce "- Tues. thru Sat. Arlene -- Thurs. and Fri. Marlene -. Monday thru Sat. except Tuesday Chris ~ Monday thru Sat. except Tues. and Wed. II: phone 426-6659 i nnu r I 1428 OLYMPIC HWY. SO. Open Mon. thru Saturday Evenings By Appt. watercolors; she paints china; she has studied ceramics, at one time owning a kiln; she crochets- knits-sews; she plays organ; and she gardens in the flower beds on Nalley Farm. She likes animals, and among her pets are two cats, a Mynah bird, and the farm watch-dog, a large black Labrador named Clinker. She and her husband have three daughters, four sons, 27 grandchildren and four onion and greeia plus cut up stew as carrots, Pour over this tomatoes OR 2 ca~S OR 2 cans water to cover, chops, pork steakS, patties or links. to taste, cover, hour at 375 continue t&~- It's motive-- purest flattery! To slim your ankle, curve your make your foot look slender pretty. To wear, to walk in, to: feel your very best in-vitally alive! Shoe Our Shoe Club P Over 2,700 107 S. She Neirs Pharmacy Emergency Ph. 426-2165 Fifth & Franklin St.--426-3327 Open Daily 9:30 to 7:30 Saturdays -- 9:30 to 6:00 Page 6 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Thursday, March 25, 1971