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April 1, 1971     Shelton Mason County Journal
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:i Pamala Diane Tabor and Harvey Lynn Farrimond were united in marriage on March 1 2 in an evening Candle-light Service in the home of the bridegroom's parents Bishop Lew McAferty officiated at the double ring ceremony for the daughter of Mr and Mrs William Tabor and the son of Mrs Jeane Farrimond and the late Bishop James B Farrimond The bride was attired in a full-length gown styled with many tiers of lace, a fitted bodice and long sleeves A train was attached to her hooped skirt, and she carried a bouquet of trailing white carnations with variegated pink rosebuds and green ivy. Maid of honor Mary Ann Tabor, sister of the bride, wore a long pink knit formal dress with empire waistline and long puffed sleeves David Fitzgerald was best man. The reception following the ceremony was held in the recreation hall of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. A white arch and picket fence were decorated with pink flowers, fern and greenery. Gladioli, carnations and rosebuds ornamented the hall. Bud vases on tables held pink and green long-stemmed carnations. A many-layered cake, and pink and green punch were served t o 2 3 5 guests by Sharon Makoviney and Katie Hardcastle. Valeen Fitzgerald presided at the guest book, and sister of the groom Julie Farrimond provided background piano music. Also serving and assisting at gift tables were Peggy Graham and sisters of the groom Jamie + DAISY SMITH teaches sewing in the House of Knits, and she does all sorts of heedlework as a hobby. Daisy Smith Gives Recipes For Her Favorite Party Fare "When my youngest daughter was born," says Daisy Smith, "I decided that 1 wanted to decorate the wedding cakes for my three daughters and my son." And so she practiced, baking cakes for all s~cial .ms4, tot, many tril~ul~+ And she succeeded in supplying cakes for the weddings of all her children except for a daughter who married in California. She loves to cook. Since her marriage she has collected cookbooks, and holds membership in two cookbook clubs. "I read the books," Daisy explains," and then proceed to cook by ear." Mrs. Smith teaches a class in the sewing of knitted material in the House of Knits. Her classes usually include from eight to 12 persons, and, according to Daisy Smith, it is not necessary that the students be experienced sewers. "'Some of those enrolled are beginners," she states, "and we make everything - girdles, swim excellent for social festivities is Mrs. Smith's Basic Chip Dip with variations. Basic Chip Dip With Variations Prepare one envelope: Schilling ,~ Sour Cream 8m/ee ad~,dtxceeed:,,~ Add: 1 8 oz. package of Philadelphia Cream Cheese 1 tablespoon lemon juice 1/8 teaspoon salt Beat till smooth Divide this mixture into four equal parts. Bacon Garlic Dip To one part add: 1 slice crisp bacon, crumbled, and 1/8 tsp. garlic powder. Barbecue Dip To one part add: 1 tablespoon Seafood Cocktail Sauce 1/4 teaspoon barbecue season salt teaspoon vinegar teaspoon horseradish mustard dash each of tobasco sauce and salt. comes R e c o g n i t i o n Recital Set Participating in a Recognition Recital to be held at 7:30 p.m. Monday in the Junior High School auditorium will be winners of piano auditions set locally for Friday and Saturday as part of the program of the Mason County Chapter of Washington State Music Teachers' Association. Charles M. North will act as adjudicator, and 66 students will audition. ii ..... i=: = iii+~!i~i~~ .............. ~i,i,il .... :!ii Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Lynn Farrimond Lou Gledhill of Utah and Vonnie Farrimond. Both bride and groom attended Shelton High School. Harvey Farrimond, a 1970 graduate, is manager of Phillips Service Station in Shelton, where the newlyweds will make their home. ed Women Attend State Regional ....... Mrs. Floyd R idout, ..... Washington State president, and Mrs. Glen Sowers, Washington State secretary, were among the six members of Beta Zeta Chapter, Epsilon Sigma Alpha who attended the state regional meeting held at the Oasis Cafe in Goldendale on March 21. Mrs. Ridout presided at the 12:30 p.m. luncheon and business session at which were present chapters from throughout the state. A board meeting had been held on Saturday for state officers and chairmen. Plans were announced for the state convention which will be held in Vancouver in May. i~,'~:~+ ~ LOU COWLES, piano and violin instructor, discUS with her eight year old student, Patrick Byrne, audition for the Recognition Recital to be held Career Girl Is Named Mrs. Jerry (Janice) Jackowski received the award for Best Dressed Career Woman of 1971 in Anchorage, Alaska. The Ten Best Dressed Women were announced at the fur style show and luncheon at the Annual Fur Rendevous. The award is sponsored annually by the Anchorage and Spenard Business and Professional Women's Clubs. Seventy one candidates were judged at work on poise, proper wardrobe for occtrp'a'tional onvirOnment, business etic~dette fitting to the profession, and wardrobe coordination for the career woman. Mrs. Jackowski, daughter-in-law of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Jackowski of Shelton, is the Assistant Registrar at the University of Alaska in Anchorage. She moved to Anchorage with her husband, who is Associate St~perintendent at McLaughlin Youth Center in Anchorage, and their two boys, Tommy and Timmy, in May of 1969. She was formerly Registrar at Clover Park Vocational Technical School in Tacoma and he was with the Washington Corrections Center in Shelton. TODAY'S The altar of the Matlock Community Church was flanked by baskets of yellow and white chrysanthemums tied with parrot-blue ribbons for the December 29 weddi'ng of Elizabeth Jo Hickson and James Robert Winings. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James E. Hickson of Shelton and the groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. George Winings of McCleary. Pastor James O. A. Luckman Jan Danford, Society Editor performed the double ring v-neck fitted bodice ceremony at 6:15 p.m. before 50 waist-line, with guests. Given in marriage by her in the skirt Dennis father, the bride was ~ttired in a ' McCleary was gown made by herself. She wore pianist Mrs. white lace over a p~rrot-blueprovided music. lining with a short chapel veil. A beige dress Her only attendant was herstripe was the sister, Janice Hickson, who bride's mother, carried white carnationswith parrot-blue streamers. Her daffodil yellow dress was sleeveless, and styled with a of the groO green-patterned Both wore corsages white carnationS, ribbon and silver A small bride white, centered table, and the trimmed with topped with bride figurines. Serving ttickson, aunt of her cousins, pvl Hickson and Chris cousin Linda charge of the cousins Bill and Blue Cheese Dip presided at the gift suits, slacks, dresses, and even The bride is a ,, To one part add 1 tablespoon coats She has taught for three , : Shelton High C] years, and enjoys both the work Dr:shbl2dwbloU:e:?::s~ire sauce and aria me assooauon w~rn people, salt " Jayeffes To Meet sheRbertSwas SchOOlemployetC Wibaux, in Eastern Montana, -eat till smooth On Next Th ,.I .. is the birthplace of Daisy Smith, 13 .,,urs..aI Coiffures. The groC in Germany, serV who came to Washington in 1935 Olive Dip In Hicks' Home U.S.Army. and to Shelton approximately 23 To one "art add" cu" of minced years ago. Her husband, Alex E. .. v v tq~ ,~ ........ npe onves The Shelton Jayettes will meet at 8 p m next Thursday in ~m~ms~r3.Tml~:~ct e.n.gmeer for A dash of worchestershire sauce the home of Mrs. Bill Hicks with akmp: ra h t:o. tits hobby ts and a dash of salt P g PY. ........... 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A , of the Order of Eastern Star, and boiling water for 5 minutes; wives charter night event on ..... put on the waY ' cap is put on.. y she has recently joined the remove tea leaves. Boil 12 C. u~,c.e Yn~tMarch 26 wereMr, andMr" and~ MrS.Bob andFirstpin itbrUSnon Dau,~ters of the Nile. , sugar with3 qts. water. Combine Strachilaand Mr- _ . Mr. and Mrs Jerry Then, pull the wl top at your forebear I am very interested,' Daisysugar syrup, tea and l qt. lemon wartos. Mr. and Mrs. James Robert Winings Smith declares, ' in any juice. Divide equally and store in back and down. Stray hairs .~' organization with emphasis on 6 c o n t ain era h oldingYour On the Right Course/ ~1~ 14~r~~" ~~'~