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PAGE } Thursday, "EAGLES ATTEND 1 ABERDEEN MEETING I Attending the Eagles District I meet iff Aberdeen Sunday were] the Ray Morkerts, Lloyd "Lewis'.'/ L,ester Dorsetts. Herman Loren- ens, Louis Herzogs. Otto Por- ters, Heman Learnards and Mr. Winston Asche. Mr. Frank Make. Mr Opal Asche and Mrs. Bertha Lord. Jaan Dorsett and Bertha Lord held offices in the inititation. Pharmacy Phacts From Nell Evander Friendly, careful prescription ser- vice ? Here at NeWs Pharmacy the answer is, "Of course!", and it will al- ways be that way. We appre- ciate your trust We're always glad to age and be of service to you, Open Daily 9:30 to 7:30 Saturdays -- 9:30 - 6:00 Neirs PharmaCy 4th & Railroad 46-3327 ,, n j i J p Eagles Auxiliary Members Attend Several Meetings Accompanying Eagles Auxiliary District Deputy Marie Lewis re. cently when she made her official visit to Hoquiam were Bertha Lord. Ruby Lorenzen and Alice t-Iez'zog. The Past President's suitcase was presented to the Hoquiam auxiliary to take visiting. The pro- ceeds in the suitcase will go to Rogers school for retarded child- Veil when it returns, Shelton auxiliary members also attended a recent meeting at Gig Harbor when State President Inez Rhodes was honored there. At- tending were Marie Lewis. Jean Dorsett Opal Asche. Florence Marler. Charlotte Gardner. Ruby Lorenzen. Myrtle Swearingen, Ali- ce Herzog and Charlotte Jarvinin. Central Committee Meeting Is Tonight The regular meeting of the Ma- son Co. Democratic Central Com- mittee will be held at 8 p.m. to- night in the PUD bldg., according to John Sells chairman. Business for the evening will be the adoption of the remsed by- laws and planning fund-raising ac- .Uities for the balance of the yeaz:. YOU CAN \\; " RELAX WHSN YOU'RE . ,-_cOO REFRIGERATOR CAKE is one of the favorites at the Fred Lutz home in Grapeview. Phyllis Lutz finds this dessert fitting for the fanciest occasions. It is easy to make and not nearly as expensive as you might think. Laurie, lY2, poses with his Morn. Have; you ever wished you had Add 1 cup sugar and yolks of 2 a real scrumptious dessert recipe]eggs with a tiny pinch of salt. that didn't cost a fortune to pre- Cook in double boiler for 5 rain. pare ? Phyllis Lutz' Refrigerator Whip 1 pint of cream. Add whites Cake will fill the bill nicely. Whip- of 2 eggs, beaten, and 1 tap. vanil- ping cream and chocolate sand- la. Combine above when first is Republican Women Hold March Meet On Hood Canal The Mason County Women's Re- publican Club met Wednesday of last week on Hood Canal with Mrs. Gemge G. Shackle, ford. presi- dent, as hostess and with 27 at- tending. A elmnge in the regular monthly meeting (lay suggested at last month's meeting and, at that tilne, recommended for additional consideration at the March meet- ing, was further discussed. It was decided that the day witl remain as scheduled. A list of all the precincts in the eount.y was reviewed and eli- gible Republicans recommended as pz:ospeehive committeemen or eommitt,ee-women to fill existing v;cancies. M,rs. Harold C. Stirling, pro- gram chairman, was, by special re- quest the speaker of the ater- noon. Her topic was her recent t.our of Australia and New Zea- land. M.rs, Stirling emphasized the scenic beauty and, the industries of both countries and contrasted, their governments, schools, and customs with DUNS. He]' intet:esf, ing talk was illustt:ated with maps, colored photographs and souvenirs. Dm;ing the cofee hour that fol- lowed, M.rs. Shackleford was as- sisted, in serving by Mrs. Eber Angle. M.rs. George H Baird. Mrs. Douglas Grout. and Mrs. Joseph C. Peters. The next meeting is scheduled for Wednesday, April 17. the place to be announced later. LOCAL CLUBS TO ATTEND JUNIOR MUSIC MEET SAT. Members of Shelton's three jun- ior music clubs will travel to Seat- tle this Saturday to attend the Washington State Federation of Music Club's Junior Day being held in the Music Building on the University of Washington campus. All junior clubs in western rash- ington will participate in the one- day convention. A highlight of the meet will be H OFfiCE= SEATILE Nobody settles claims faster and more fairly SAFECO makes it easy for here is one of the exclusive agents, like ourselves, to give advantages offered you by a you the finest insurance cov- SAFECO Auto Insurance evade possible. For example, policy: * SAFECO pays your entire repair bill if you are involved in an accident with another ear covered by a SAFECO auto policy. You will not have to pay the deductible amount. SAFEC0 offers many more time-saving and money-saving benefits. It would be our pleasure to discuss them with yore *Not available tt dl states Hembroff Agency 116 No. 2nd St. Phone 426-335; wich cookies make the base of this "oh,, so rich", but "oh, so good" dessert. The Lutz family lives at Grape- view. When Phyllis sees her family off in the mornings they set out to cover 50 miles between them. Her husband, Fred, goes to Bre- merton to work in the Navy Yard and her two older boys, Doug, 18, and Larry, 15, head for Shelton schools. Little Laurie. 1V, the ap- ple of the whole family's eye, stays home to keep "Morn" on her toes. Phyllis likes to read, although she doesn't find as much time for it now as she used to. She is a member of Fair Harbor Grange. REIRIGERATOR CAKE Soak 1 envelope of plain galatin in 1 cup cold milk for one hour. O IT'S GOT AMERICA'S LONGEST AND, BEST NEW.CAR cold but not congealed, a harp concert presented by Heidi Roll fine,  lb. (about 25) cho- Lehwalder. talented young Seattle eolate sandwich cookies, musician. The 13-year-old harpist Grease casserole and put  of recently appeared on a nation- the cookies in bottom. Pour in wide telecast eaturing outstand- cream mixture and place remain- der of cookies on top. Sprinkle with nuts (optional). Place in re- frigerator until firm. SOCIAL CLUB SLATES NOON LUNCHEON Welcome Chapter No. 40. OES Social Club will meet for a 12 noon hmcheon next Tuesday at the Island Lake home of Mrs. Viola Ferris. Cars will meet at the Ma- sonic temple at 11:30 a.m. Journal Want Ads Pay es, this is the compact with 33 special features that set it apart for value-including the warranty that puts it in a class by itself for quality. Come in, now, and let us explain the warranty, and demonstrate Valiant's value features. You'll arrive at the conclusion that Valiant is the best all-around compact anybody has come up with yet! @ f WARRANTY* ,Your Authorized Plymouth-Valiant DealePs Warran against defects in material and workmanship on 1963 cars has been expanded to include parts replacement or repair, without charge for required parts or labor, for 5 years or 50;000 miles, whichever comes first, on the engine block, head and internal parts; transmission case and internal parts (excluding manual clutch); torque converter, drive shaft, universal joints (excluding dust covers), rear axle and differentiaL, and rear wheel bearings, provided the vehicle has been serviced at reasonable intervals accord- ing to the Plymouth-Valiant Certified Car Care schedules, BEST ALL-AROUND COMPACT ANYBODY HAS COME UP WITH YET! KIHBEL HOTORS, IH. 707 South First St. Shelton, Wash. ing young talent in the United States. She has mso participated in music festivals abroad. Addressing the convention dele- gates will be BMrs. Wayne Hertz. Washington Slat e Music Clubs president, and Mr. Vilem Sokol. di- rector of the Youth Symphony of the Pacific Northwest. Miss Terri Tuzer of the Pizzi- cato Club. Western District presi- dent will preside at the morning session of the meeting. Diane Frank of the same cltd? will act as secretary-pro tem in the ab- sence of Mary Connolly, Western District Secretary. Awards will be given for best club reports, achievement records. American music programs and at- tendance. Mrs. R. W. Norvold, Junior Counselor for the Western Dis- trict, is general chairman of the event. Mrs. Donavan Palmer. Jun- ior Composers chairman of the Federation. will present young composers from Everett and Van- couver at the Saturday meeting. SH ELTON JAYETTES The Shelton Jayettes will meet at 8 p.m. tonight at the home or Mrs. John Dallam. It's A Date Today, Thurs., March 28 Hood Canal Woman's Club Fashion Tea, 2 p.m., Potlatch club- house. Rotary Club luncheon, noon, Mint Tree Cafe. Shelton 3ayettes, 8 p.m., home of lrs. John Dallam. helton Rock & Mineral Society, 7:30 p.m., PUD auditorium Evergreen PTA, 7:30 p.m., at the school. Senior All-Night party planning meeting, 8 p.m., new high school. Mason Co. Democratic Central Committee meeting, 8 p.m.. PUD bldg. Friday, March 29 Rachel Knott Guild "Next to New" sale. 11 a.m., PUD build- ing. Satm'dy, March 30 Rachel Knott Guild "Next to New" sale, 11 a.m., PUD bldg. Welcome Chapter No. 40 OES installation ceremony, 8 p.m., Ma- sonic temple. Drivers license examiner, 10 a.m.-5 p.m., police station. High school baseball, Shelton vs. Pozt Townsend, doubleheader, 11 a.m., Loop Field. Sundy, March 31 'Shelton churches invite you to abtend the church of your choice. Monday, April 1 county cormnlssion,s meeting, 10 a.m., courthouse. High school baseball, Shelton vs. Elms (non-league), 3:50 p.m., Loop Field. Tuesday, April 2 Welcome Chapter No. 40 OES Social Club, 12 noon luncheon, home of Mrs. Viola Ferris. Kiwanis Club luncheon, noon, Memorial hall. City commission,s meeting, 2 p.m., city hall. Fred B. Wivell oPst 31, Ameri- can Legion, 8 p.m.. Memorial hall. Wedzesday, April 3 Hillcrest Homemakers Club, 10:30 a.m., home of Mrs. Darrel Sparks. Drivers license examiner, 10 a.m.5 p.m.. police station. 19th Hole Club team golf matches, Shelton GoIf Club. Thurs(tuy, April 4 ISR Class of 1948 Reunion plan- ning meeting, 8 p.m., home of oJe ToWnsend. :Navy Mothers Club, 7:30 p.m., 1VIemorial hall. Rotary Club's annual post-sea- son basketball banquet honoring Highclimber players and mothers, 0 p.m., Mr. View school cafc- 6.0 teria. Public welcome. 40 & 8. Voiture 135 annual Pat Chefs night, 7:00 p.m., The Grove [potlatch). * High School Spotlight * Birthday Lunch Holmr Club The Ftillerest will meet at 10:30 nesday ut the home rel Sparks on Mill There will be a honoring all had birthdays in the months. Sixteen members and ors attended the torney John C. the importance of, make a will. VISITN Dan Loitz and Brice of Ketchikan, last week with his Mr. and Mrs. Chas, ton, The couple State College Sunday ,udies. even though this is ... National Week JANA RUNNION was a member of the Senior Play cast recent- ly and worked on the Girls' Club Tolo held just a short time ago. She is president of Pep Club and 4: :',: On July 8. 1945 a baby girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Run- nion at the Shelton General hos- pital. They named her Jana. When graduation time rolls around at Irene S. Reed high school in a few months Jana will be in line o receive ,her diploma. She is now 5'7" tall. has dark brown hair and brown eyes. Jana has been active through- out her school years. She is pre- sident of, Pep Club, is a member of Honor Society and Thespian Society. She was a member of the "Bull in a China Shop" play cast in her sophomore year and took part in "Girls in 509" this year. Jana worked hard on the Girls' Told which was held just recently. She is on the ISR tennis team. New Members Of Job's Daughters. lmhated Into 6roup Slhe regular meeLing of Job' Daughters Bethel No. 37 was held at 7:30 p.m. March 19. Installa- tion was held for the following members: Dianne Bina, Donna Su Ann and Wendy Anderson, Dianne Olson and Sandi Koch. At the close of the meeting the new mem- bers were welcomed and congratu- lated. Each night of initiation a girl who performed the most outstand- ing ritualistic work has the honm' of wearing the 5obie bracelet. Tuesday night it was presented to Linda "Rains. second messenger. Associate Guardian. Mr. George Howard. awards a present each month to the girl who in his opin- ion has had the best deportment. The "Jobie of the Month" for February was Yvonn e Van Laanen. It was decided Friendship Night will be postponed until next month due to a very busy schedule. A fellowship hour with hot choco- late and cookies was enjoyed after the meeting. 4-H NEWS SHELTON VALLEY CLOVERS The Shelton Valley Clovers 4-H Club met March 21 at the home of its leader. Mrs. E. Evers. The new demonstration score cards were explained and discussed. These will be used by the judges at the County Demonstration con- test April 20 at the Grant C. Ang- le school. Members were informed that the final enrollment sheet must be in the extension office by May 1 instead of June 1 this year. This means all members m,ust have their demonstration completed by then for eacl project they are taking. The next meeting will be held at the home of Susan Bloomfield April 4 when many members will be given their demonstrations. The meeting was adjourned and refreshments served. Chuck Brown. reporter is on the ISR Tennis team. ..,= .=,.- Civics, office, Honor's English, chemistry, home management and 2nd year of French fill Jana's schedule this year. After high school she would like to attend the University of Puget Sound or Western Washington College. She thinks she would like to be a French teacher. Job's Daughters, Rainbow or Girls and Young Life are Jana's ou-Qf school activities. When she has ime she likes to paint, water ski and swim or practice tennis. This winter she has added snow skiing to her list of hobbies. 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