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March 25, 1971     Shelton Mason County Journal
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March 25, 1971

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Seeleys Visit VFW Post And Auxiliary Mr. and Mrs. Harold Seeley from Olympia Post No. 318 visited the Mason County VFW Post No. 1694 and Auxiliary when they met at 8 p.m. Friday in the Memorial Hall. Seeley is the District Senior Vice-commander and Mrs. Seeley is a past department president. Flags were donated by the Auxiliary to the Credit Women of Shelton and to Dan Nye, who will send the flag to the family with whom he stayed, last year, in Norway. Stuffed animals, purses, caps, and booties donated by Frances Magruder, were sent to Rainier School in Buckley. harles North Adjudicator For Pianists Charles M. North, professor of music at Western Washington State College, will be the adjudicator for sixty-six piano students presented by seven teachers in the Shelton area on April 2 and 3. Clara and Chester Rosenberg Teen Moose Plans Breakfast Rosenber Airy . .nn.versa. , Mr. and Mrs. Chester Rosenberg will celebrate their 40th anniversary with a "no gift" open house reception to be held on April 3 from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. in the Memorial Hall in Shelton. Hosts will be their son, Verne Rosenberg; their daughter, Beverly Mahlendorf; and their three granddaughters, all of Shelton. Chester Rosenberg was born and raised in the Agate area. Clara Rosenberg came west from Minnesota in 1930. The Rosenbergs were married on April 5, 1931, and haye lived in the Skokomish Valley since 1933. Rosenberg, a veteran of World War I is a member of Madrona Barracks No. 1462 and Mrs. Rosenberg is a member of the Auxiliary. They are members of Skokomish Grange, Pomona Grange, and State Grange. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Rosenberg, 1 Stitchery how Scheduled Samplers, wall hangings, pillows and clothing will be included in the display of original stitchery to be featured by the "The Handbook of Stitches" by Grete Petersen and Elsie Svennas describes in words and diagrams over 200 embroidery Rain Visit Yeln Attending the Rainbow Friends Shelton Public Library starting on stitches. The authors have Capital Club in Professor North joined the A family breakfast will be limited to those with Moose Monday. Both abstract and selected from among the great12 were Joanna Lark Hamlin faculty of WWSC in 1966, and his prepared and served by the Teen affiliations, representational motifs are variety of popular and rare Nault and Ann d e g r e e s i n c I u d e B.S., Moose from 9 a.m. until 1 p.m. ' The group meets from 7 p.m.enhanced by the use of a wide stitches those that should prove girls were winners Northwestern University; B.M., on Sunday in the Moose Lodge at to 8 p.m. on the second and variety of yarns, stitches andboth stimulating and practical for gavel. igh S h I Sp [igh ~ Chicago Musical College; andthe airport, fourth Wednesdays of each month appliques onunusualbackgroundthe modern embroidery The District H C OO ot t M.M.,D.M.A.,EastmanSchoolof The fund-raising breakfast, in the Moose Lodge. Club materials. Most of these items enthusiast. Mrs. Margaret Ke Music, University of Rochester. open only to Moose members and activities include swimming, were designed and executed under Stitchery can be valuable in ~ the Masonic their guests, will finance the picnics, hayrides and dances with the direction of Mrs. Ona developing creativity in children, utympia on MarCh "He s a real groovy turtle, operate her own business in Reno, Teen's planned events. Eggs, ham live music. Dunning in her classes on Creative Mothers and teachers will find a Rainbow Girls says Lark Hamlin of her strange Los Angeles, or San Francisco. and pancakes will be on the Advisors are Wally and AnnStitchery conducted through the number of books in the library and Vicki Stracke, and exotic pet desert tortoise. Her subjects this year include 4--H NEWS menu. French. Adult Education Program of thedesigned for this purpose Genell Stockwell, C He hibernates all winter in a civics, biology, senior choir and The Teen Moose organization Shelton High School and Olympic "Embr0,!dery for School and Ann HowestOn. cardboard box in my room, but in family living, and she is an office welcomes all young people College. Ch!ld~;nr by Anne Butler, ! the summer he runs around the worker. yard." Lark Hamlin likes to swim Stock Growers between the ages of 12 and 19~P ...... ~---|[ The library has a good ~tit y tot Children by Sale SchedlJJl Lark acquired the creature 10 and to water ski; she likes to Hold Meeting years, and membership is not selection of books on stitchery Jacqueline Enthoven, Miller and for those interested in trying this Lubell's "The Stitchery Book"David Ray Orth0# years ago in California and he listen to music, often attending art form. Applique Stitchery"and Erica Wilson s "Fun With will sponsor a rurntn~ now measures approximately concerts in Seattle, and her The Assorted Stock Growers by Jean Ray Laury shows the Crewel Embroidery" are all 10 a.m. until 4 p.n~"_'ji eight inchesin diameter. His name favorite musician is James Taylor; 4-H Group met at the fairgrounds Karen Schomaker reader, step-by-step, how to illustrated with easy-to-follow PUD auditorium. I~.~ design and make unique and instructions for projects that will be made to Mrs. Psu~i is Tommy. she enjoys boating, and she is an at 7:30 p.m. on March 12, with t's List Extremely artistic is Miss enthusiastic spectator at high Tim Dodge calling the meeting to On Presiden beautiful works of decorative art. interest young people, chairman, in whOS~ I Hamlin, with many and varied school wrestling matches and order. talents. She draws and paints in basketball games. Demonstrations were given by On the President s List at The only requirements are a few Beginning April 1 the Shelton group held thet , basic techniques, readily available Public Library will be open from meetingl oils, having to her credit many "I like football, too," she Edith Dwyer on types of pigs; by Washington State University is By JAN DANFORD materials, and an awareness of the noon to 9 p.m. Monday through pictures of animals and several declares, "but I get too cold at Steven Ford on parts of a battery; Karen M. Schumaker of Belfair. ). almost unlimited possibilities of Friday and from noon to 5 p.m. landscapes. She studied for almost the games." Her very special by Glen Winkler on parts of a Honor roll students are I review in utter shame creative stitchery, on Saturday. Meeting four years with Velma Graves.recreation, however, is the playing rabbit; and by Liana Ford on how Robert W. Meyer Jr., Belfair;My paltry little sins; She is, also, a vocalist, and sings in of card games, to give a demonstration. Liane C. Schumaker, Belfair; and I scarce can tell where virtue ends A question and: the Methodist church choir. As a sophomore, Lark was a The club is planning the sale Marcia Jo Ervin, Steven N. And wickedness begins, will follow the ~,~ :,.,~lm=mim~Qlld~~~it~l~~~ d~,%~A~! ,&~,~,g[,l~a.T#~ r a~ing Evan4er, Cathy J. Luhm, Cynthia - ~~ ....~ the Shelton is skilled for three years has oeionged toproject. L. Standley, John A. Tylczak, ~nd'~ * * I* have long ..... Suspected .......... that i Society tO be hel i~ the finer points of interior AFS and Pep Club. As a junior By Guy Dodge, reporterBetsy L. Willard, all of Shelton. might be a witch; and, unless my today in the hearing is defective, I have Grange A 6 p.m. P' precede the Fair Harbor 7i30 p.m. ~next 1 Grapeview Fire at Ray The world lighting Is Shown above r multiple symmetrically acrylic bowl. an ornamenta rests on a low Model No. and as a senior she was a member of Z Club and of Honor Society. She is a member of the United Methodist Church and is active in Methodist Youth Fellowship. She was the recent recipient of the- Betty Crocker Award for tlae Future Homemakers of America. Lark, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hamlin, was born in Pale Alto, Cal. on Nov. 11, 1953 and as a baby moved to Los Altos where she lived until coming to Shelton as a sixth grader. She has an older married sister in Colorado; a sister, Tracy, who was graduated from Shelton High School; and a younger sister, Colleen, who is in the ninth grade. "I guess I'm just an average American girl," Miss Hamlin says of herself. Made to Measure--Any Size decorating. Two years ago, she completely redecorated her own room. She painted walls, refinished furniture, renovated an old trunk, created a table of cardboard, made drapes, and fashioned finishing touches of her own design. The wall placque that was part of the decor of the Hallmark Inn's Baha room was made by Miss Hamlin. "I used real tree branches," she explained, "combined with artificial leaves and birds." She also made bird cages for further decoration of the area. Not surprisingly, Lark Hamlin plans a career in interior decorating, and wilt attend Western Washington State College to major in art. She hopes to Lined or Unlined NO CHARGE FOR LABOR Pay Only For Materials Choose from Immense Selection Over 150 Patterns and Colors MATERIAL PRICED $ 29 From yd. i- AN APRIL 17 WEDDING is planned for Salli Ann Godding and Richard Ruddell. Miss Godding is the daughter of Mrs. OpenFriday Douglas Godding of Shelton and John Godding of E nin = Kenniwick. Her fiance is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Until 8:30 p.m. Ruddell of Shelton. MAGIC, el' it 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. ii l PARENTS: We have arranaed to have a photographer at l ZOth CENTURY THRIFTWAY Wednesday, Ma, r,ch 31st ONE complimentary color portrait FREE to each family as a gift from our store ! Any number of children , . . any age , . accompanied by a parent, will be photographed m color . . . FREE! To say "thank you for your patronage" to our regular customers and "hello" to our new friends, each fam- Bring the children m on the dates ilywill receiveaPORTlAITof oneoftheir child. shown, and dress them colorfully, as ten FREE as a gift from our store. these are beautifully posed, individ- i ual porlral|s . . tot snapshots. Soy- [ GROUP PORTR&ITI will be taken upon request when time eral poses are taken, without charge and space permit. However - ]~'R~',I~. portrait will be one of ... and additional J, low COSt [g)rlralls [ a single subject. may l)e purchased! A "PAINTING IN YARN", one of the many examples of creative stitchery to be displayed in the Shelton Public Library beginning Monday, is admired by Mrs. Richard Baxter, left, and Mrs. Tom Weston, both of whom will exhibit their work. sometimes heard the same suspicion voiced by others. I recently received in the mail a newspaper clipping disclosing the growing of the ranks of the white witches of the nation. No black magic, no broomsticks, no bubbling of the midnight cauldron marks the modus operandi of these benign but bewitching creatures. Modern day good-witches have no identifying characteristics. They look just like you or -- well, me. They are understandably reticent about themselves, fearing discrimination. When they meet, their words of greeting are "Blessed Be". Our goal - that is, the goal of the Good Witches of the USA - is to maintain, at the very least, a balance of power between white magic and that of the black variety. Are you extremely conscious of the electric magnetic waves given off by the persons around you? Are you aware of both negative and positive impulses, and are you good at interpreting these universal vibrations? Are you rather expert on extra-sensory perception? Blessed Be. In witch-craft, In which craft My doings are tragic, I'm a dullard For colored Mid-grey is my magic. OPENING APRIL FIRST MICHAEL STALLMAN, OWNER and DEBI BASKIN' OPERATOR FOR APPOINTMENTS CALL 426-1733 or CR5-3256 Open 9-5 p.m. 6 Days a Week, Men. thru Sat. Open Wed & Thurs. Evenings by Appointment We Feature a complete line of Wigs & Hair Styling Located At= ROBIN HOOD VILLAGE UNION, WASH. "For buy a 5th &l Page 8 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Thursday, March 25, 1971 ;r i: ] , ,,, rll ii i Iiiii,, I I II II