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April 1, 1971     Shelton Mason County Journal
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i:i);:(::::1%:11/ i)(i; ( iii i Sigrid Crabtree High School Spotlight was born Oct. where her With the US There she to the United of Mr. and and she lives the Matlock area. Younger brothers, one of whom is Others YOUnger than Sigrid has n Club, on the staff of and has written Column for the has been an AFS and an Honor Society member for two years. Sigrid plans a career in journalism, and hopes to attend Grays Harbor Community College, after working throughout the summer. "1 like to read," says Sigrid, "and I like to write. 1 enjoy all fields of writing." Her school subjects are journalism, German, senior English, and civics, and she student teaches U.S. history. She has a cat and a little Chihuahua dog, and she rides a mini-bike. "l plan to get a horse," says Sigrid. To Feature Display craft display of indic the ho~e 8 p.m. of Mrs. Mrs. Cecil McLain Winner Named Washington's Betty Crocker Homemaker of Tomorrow for 1971 is BarbaraLynn Burrill of Selah High School, Selah. Lark Hamlin of Shelton received honorable mention. chairman Margaret :cept memorials e Children's contacted at Give Your loved One a Special gift this Year. " .a 9 i.~ No. MRS05 :tones avnihtble he. aV.ilable Dr. Chapple Presents Coloratura Dr. Stanley Chapple, Director of Symphony and Opera School of Music at the University of Washington, gave a special dissertation on Opera at the March 2! meeting of the Shelton Music Club held at 1:45 p.m. in the home of Bernhard Winiecki. Seated at the piano, Dr. Chapple gave his interpretations of excerpts from various operas. He presented coloratura soprano Litlia Garner, who will be featured lead soprano as Francisca in the opera "Carmen" soon to open in Seattle. "The audience was thrilled," says Mrs. Bernice Stewart, club president, "when Miss Garner reached F above high C." Litlia Garner will travel to Germany in the fall to make her debut in "Kaisei's Lantern", having a year's contract for her role. During the business meeting, the club adopted a music award proposal to provide a year of local study for a student qualifying on organ, piano, violin, or voice. The Shelton Music Club is sponsored by the National Federation of Music Clubs. Mrs. Buddie Will Attend WCTU Institute Mrs. Buddie, state president of the Women's Christian Temperance Union, will attend the County Institute to be held Friday in the home of Mrs. Phillip Hardie. The morning session will run from 10 a.m. until noon, when potluck luncheon V~ill be served. The afternoon session will begin at 1 p.m. and end at 3 p.m. All interested women are invited. Retired Teachers Schedule Meeting Members of the Mason County Retired Teachers association will hold their regular spring meeting on Friday with a luncheon at noon in the Hallmark Inn. Mrs. Ruth Smith will report on her i:ecent trip to Australia, and members will be asked to pay annual dues at this meeting. All retired Mason County teachers are welcome to attend. MRS. GLENN SOWERS, finance chairman of Epsilon Sigma Alpha Beta Zeta Chapter, in behalf of her organization makes the annual presentation to John Schreiber, Director of Exceptional Foresters. The check was for $400. '1-10 N~' MR511 is n Othe , .' ........ -- Dinner Planned the oi '. re than .o By Yacht Club It sta[ nary gift. f ~l~t~'us for a The Shelton Yacht Club will "qer's h 0rde apPiness, serve its annual Oyster and Ham fhaPerpi the symbol dinner on Saturday from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. in the clubhouse located I%rn' .ness today at the city dock. Tickets will be available at the door, or from any yacht club member. Class Party Will Be Held In Evergreen Inn, Olympia The Evergreen Inn in Olympia will this year be the site of the traditional commencement night party given by the parents of the graduating class of Shelton High School. Smorgasbord, dancing, games and entertainment will highlight the all night celebration for the graduates and their guests. Mrs. James Elmlund and Mrs. Moritz Schmidt are general chairmen of the event. Serving with them will be: Mrs. Bey Kokett, secretary; Mrs. Barbara Rogerson, treasurer; Mrs. R.J. Bamford, telephone; Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Antonsen, publicity; Mrs. Gerald Burger, prizes; Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Starkey, games; Mrs. Kelly Nutt and Mrs. Richard Gardner, snacks; Mr. and Mrs. AI Johnson, band; Mr. and Mrs. Warren Maynard and Mr. and Mrs. Don Olli, chaperones; and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Densley, transportation. Tickets for 'the party will be available to the seniors at the high school office. April 30th will be the deadline for them. A bus will be available for those needing rides. Those parents interested in helping are asked to contact any of the committees. Kathy Baxter Wins Award LOWREY & PIANOS always RENT or BUY on "Orn a r.', Easy Terms Iklin Jehnny's Music Box 205 Cota Kathy Baxter Crab :ed By Moose The family crab feed scheduled for Saturday by Shelton Moose Lodge No. 1684 will be followed by dancing to the music of "4 What It's Worth". The dinner will be served from 5:30 p.m. to 8 p.m., and the dance will be held from 9:30 p.m. until 2 a.m. Tickets will be sold at the door, and all Moose members and their guests are invited. The original fashion design of Miss Kathy Baxter, granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Baxter, will appear in the April issue of the "American Girl", a magazine for teen-age girls. Her rainwear design was selected from more than 30,000 entries in several catagories in the magazine's recent search for the best work of the nation's under-I 7-year-olds. The magazine is published by Girl Scouts of the USA. Kathy, now a sophomore at Washougal High School, was born in the Collier Clinic in Shelton on June 9, 1956. She is the eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Baxter of Washougal. Her father was graduated from Irene S. Reed High School in 1949. Her winning fashion consists of a long tailored jacket, pants and tunic of crinkly, wet-look red vinyl complemented by a cotton blouse made from material identical to that lining the jacket. Slimmettes Install New Officers Installed by the Slimmette Tops Chapter on March 24 were Veta Holtorf, leader; Rose McHaffie, secretary; and Dorothy Holloway, treasurer. The group meets at 7 p.m. every Thursday in the court house annex. Girl Scout rs To Meet Thursday The regular monthly girl scout leader meeting will be held next Thursday at 10 a.m. in the home of Mrs. S.W. Vander Wegefi, Service Unit Chairman. All leaders, assistant leaders and service unit members are asked to attend. Included on the agenda will be business matters to be taken up at the Annual Meeting of the Council, April 21; tray favor schedule; swaps for the two Wider OpPortunity 'selectees; and a mini-clinic age level work shop. The first staff meeting for the 1971 Mason Day Camp will be held at 6:30 p.m. on April 12, in the home of Mrs. Richard Waller, Day Camp director. Day Camp staff manuals will be distributed and explained by Mrs. Stan Francis, Field Adviser. The 1971 Day Camp will be held at the Mason Lake Recreation Area from June 28 to July 2. Registrar for the event is Mrs. Ernest Malloy. Prospective members of the staff are Mrs. L. Glen Roller, Business Manager; Mrs. S.W. Vander Wegen, Equipment Manager and Program Aide trainer; Mrs. Richard Norris, Mrs. Judy Coogan, Mrs. Larry Manke, Mrs. Robert Mendenhall and Mrs. Douglas Goldsby, Unit Leaders. All Senior Girl Scouts of Troop 715 are invited to participate as assistant Unit Leaders. Positions on the staff yet to be filled include a nurse or qualified First Aider, Waterfront Director and Cadette Unit Leader. Anyone wishing to join the staff is asked to contact Mrs. Wolfer at 426-6416. Rummage Needed Good rummage is needed by the Twanoh Grange for a sale set for May 4 from 9:30 a.m. to 9 p.m. in the PUD auditorium. Those wishing to donate may call 426-2677. Made to Measure--Any Size Lined or U,nlined NO CHARGE Pay Only For Materials Choose from Immense Selection , Over 150 Patterns ;' and Colors ..,,. MATERIAL PRICED Open Friday Evenings Until .~. :~,~:~ TOP SALESLADIES in the recent Camp Fire Girl's candy sale were first-place winner Valerie Glassey, center; Julie Hicks, right, second-place; and Vicki Putvin, left, third-place. I By Jan D~nford For three hundred And sixty four Days 1 may not Know the score; 2 But let the pranksters Do their worst - I won't be fooled On April first! I came to work early, and no sooner had I removed my coat than a co-worker exclaimed: "Oh, my! There's a big rip down the back of your skirt!" "Yeah. Sure," I said, with a superior smile. "I know - April Fool." "No, really," she insisted. "Uh-huh," I said. "Well, all right!" she replied with a great show of exasperation. "if you want to go around with your unmentionables exposed to public view..." "It doesn't bother me a bit," I assured her. I worked at my desk for a few minutes; when I rose and crossed the room, one of the fellows told me about my ripped skirt. "Yes, 1 know," 1 said in a most matter-of-fact manner. "It's the latest style." "It's really quite a long rip." he responded dubiously. "True," 1 agreed. "Well," he said, with a worried look, "I just hope you don't bend over." "The new deliberately beautiful look is in. We have all just come from the beauty show, where we learned how to do the newest "cuts" and the special perms designed for them. All to create this new look. Also we have many new "tricks" and ideas for creating youthful and flattering styles on long hair. In other words if its new we do it. So why not have this new look for Easter." Extra Special for Easter/ OUR BEST "FROSTING" Phone 426-, with Conditioner and Fillerall Reg. $25 ............ NOW $20.50 OUR BEST "BLEACH" With Full Bleach, Conditioner and Fillerall. $22 Regular for short hair $27.50 .... NOW ,50 Our Operators schedules are... Stella-- Man. thru Fri. Kathy -- Tues., Fri. & Sat. Alyce -- Tues. thru Sat. Arlene -- Thurs. and Fri. Marlene -- Monday, Thursday, Friday & Saturday Chris -- Monday thru Saturday. Tuesday off. 1428 OLYMPIC HWY. SO. Open Mon. thru Saturday Evenings By Appt. I threw him a withering glance and walked into the back room. The refrain was immediately forthcoming; obviously the entire staff was in on the act. A persistent lot they are, and they kept it up all day long. It takes a lot of moral strength to withstand eight hours of this sort of badgering. Never once, however, did I weaken to touch with tentative hand the supposedly torn and tattered area. Not for an instant did l give them the satisfaction of succumbing to their psychobagical..smping. 1 arrived home, smiling smugly, to find that there was a long rip right down the middle of the back of my skirt. The things the thought Of which I'm sick at Are more than I Can shake a stick at. Epsilon Omicron Slates Bake Sale A bake sale will be sponsored by Epsilon Omicron chapter of Beta Sigma Phi on Friday in the Safeway store. Chairmaning the event is Mrs. Tom Weston. At the regular meeting to be held at 8 p.m. Monday in Mrs. Weston's [10 Ille, a p r ogram~ "Music's inth~encc on our Lives", will be presented by Mrs. Mike Ogden. Mrs. Jerry Swartos will co-hostess. Members will bring plants for a plant exchange. Election Planned I!lection of officers will be held by the VFW auxiliary when they meet ',~t 8 p.m. Friday in the Memorial Hall. Installation is planned for May 7. VFW Post No. 1694 will nominate on Friday with election to be held on April 16. NOTHING CAN come out of an artist that is not in the man. Henry Louis Mencken The high-rise silhouette in glossy surfaces - news for him, for her! Not new - fit, construction, top- quality materials -the inside story that makes Red Goose tops with Morns tool FREE GOLDEN EGG as seen on TV, given with each pair of RED GOOSE SHOES I "T& F, vnily Shoe Store" O":--ur Shoe C, u'''"-b--N--o--w- --Ha S=~-i __ Off e:_ 2,718 _Mem btr_s_ __ J 107 S, 4th Shelton Thursday, A 1, 1971 son County Journal Page 7