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PACE 1t SI-IELTON-MAgON COUNTY 30URNAIJ -- Publihed in ,ChvlstVm.towb U.g.A.', the]ton, Washington Can S You Tax Money! Are you cla|mlng all drug de- ductions to which you are entitled? Thousands of items can be listed. DrugTax,--available free to our customers--furnishes you an an- nual record. Come in today and ask about DrugTax. It's ee. Start saving tax moneyl PREPP'S Rexall Store Second & Railroad Phone 426-4642 ,Copyright ]962 AgendaElecti°n ForIS OnVFW ""W'H'AT;S"C0"0:K'iN'G"i'N"WHOSE'"KiTGHiN;"! Auxiliary Friday Recipe Favorites Of00unty Residents i Election of officers in the Ladies Auxiliary to the Veterans of For- eign Wars will be held at 8 p.m. Friday at. the Memorial bldg. Hos- tesses for the meeting will be Dai- sy Pinney, Frieda Smith. Arma Springer and Dorothydee SLwrat4. The prize will t)e brought by Jo- hanna Anker. Arlene Smith has been appointed poppy chairman by president Mrle VanderVal. A new menIber. Haze/ G. Keough, transferrc'd from a Seattle VFXV Auxiliary. The auxiliary will hold a prc- Easter bake sale at Safeway store April 13. Vi Brumbaugh at 426- 4206 is chairman assisted by Stella 13o(:,lh at 426-6654. Belfair WWI Vets Set Sunday Potluck World War I Veterans. Belfair Barracks No. 2778 and its Auxili- ary will mee Sunday at the BeN fair Masonic hall. A potluck hmch wilt be served at :l p.m. followed by the regular meetings. All Vv'orld War I veter- ans are invited to attend avoid a BIG PINCH in yOur home fln=nc: g plan/ THE "BIO PINCH" iS a lump sum payoff . . . a lttrge sum of money that can cause endless worry and scraping to gather. To avoid it see our loan counselor for a comfor- ably planned, mnthly-re- payable Home Loan. With our flexible loan terms you repay in monthly insta!lments that are always the same.., that fit you individual income and needs., o and that directly reduce principal and interest owed.., until you own free and clear. Stop in today for ull details on our safe, sure home financing. ?,.,.. ] HOME OFFICE  OLYMPIA IN SHELTON  SEE: LOAN COUNSELOR KURT MANN  MANN REAL ESTATE I BONEY LOERTSCHER got hungry for sourdough biscuits like he used to have cooked on the campfire when he was a bronc buster years ago. He found some "starter" this winter and while his wife. has been vacationing in California he has been "cooking up a storm" out Dayton way. We found a starter recipe and Boney has given u's his biscuit and pancake recipe. Anybody care to try for good "old-fashioned" flavor? The term "sourdough" is a fami- dinner complete with sourdough lar part of western lore. Most biscuits} this editor couldn't help people have a vague idea of but think the "good old days" what it is. but few in this" day and must have bben pretty good if they age have actually tasted good old ate like that. sourdough biscuits or pancakes. Quite by accident we discovered a well-known county resident, Boney Loertscher, had a "starter" an(t had been baking sourdough bis- cuits by the panful this winter in the absence of his wife who is wintering in California. Boney willingly agreed to share his recipe but denied his ability as a cook. Returning from an in- tetwiew with him (five pounds heavier, thanks to a full course TV SETS FOR RENT Don't Miss the Fun and Entertainment of Television TAYLOR RADIO ELEGTRIG 4th & Cota 426-6602 i Boney his real name is Ernie, hut he hasn't been called that since he was 14 was born in Kansas. His folks moved out here while he was a yearling, and, ex- cept for a few years when he de- cided to see the world, this has been his home. At the age of 14 he was logging the good down-to earth way, with oxen. At 16 he decided to see what lay beyond the next mountain. Bo- ney began his travels which cover- ed several of the western states. He worked at whatever jobs were available, plowing, riding broncs or what have you. He made a big name for himself as a bronc rider and was called "Bronco Boney" in Oregon. Listening to auctioneers fascin- ated this cowboy and he discover- ed he had natural talent for cry- ing an auction. Many think he mis- sed his calling and should have pursued this as his life work. Logging won out in the end. After Boney and his wife were married they settled just a short distance from his parent's home- stead in the Dayton area where GOOD NEWS FOR WESTERN MOTORISTS! Richfield is extending its money-saving, clean carburetor guarantee in a new form--with new benefits for Richfield Boron users.   @ : This new Golden Guarantee provides Written assurance of a clean carburetor--affording pro- tection against carburetor "boil-out" repairs that can cost you up to $36 or more. @ @: : ¢5 , Get full details, including Golden Guarantee form, from any Richfield dealer. 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On this em- blem you can mark the date and mileage as a reminder when your clean carburetor guarantee goes into,effeck A HANDSOME GOLDEN GUAno ANTEE KEY CHAIN will be sent to you without cost, 60 days after you mail in your guar- antee. It is personalized with your initials, has your own code number and postage guarantee. If your ]ys are Record Crowd • I I Journal I $0¢0001 Events It PTA Meeting L € A record crowd attended the] Society Editor • Marj Waters • Phone 426-4412 t ' ' =- HER BETROTHAL ANNOUNCED i ii Pack 15. Den 3. In the short business meeting a report was given on the results of the Spaghetti Dinner by the sec- retary. This gear's Founder's Day pin was presented to Mrs. Gladys Mart:in as the most outstanding member in PTA for the year. Mrs. Franklin's room won the room count. It was announced that next month's meeting will be election of new officers. The special feature of the even- ing was an outstanding concert presented by the 5th year choirs and the 5th and 6th year bands of all the Shelton Elementary schools. Catering Jobs Keeps Members Of ESA Busy Members of Beta Zeta gathered March 27, at the home of Mrs. Bill Kimbel for the regular busi- ness meeting. Final arrangements and plan- ning were made for serwng the Alumni class reunion dinners next month for the classes of 1943 and 1948, Mrs. Glenn Sowers, ways and means chairman, announced that catering for the 19th Hole Golf Club in mid-Ma,.eh was well re- ceived and appreciated, and the r.ecessary arrangements for next month's dinner are already plan- ned, The Washington State Conven- tion of ESA will be held in Seattle, May 3-5 and there will be extra plans and preparations for observ- ing their 25th anniversary. Elec- tion of State officers will be held at this time. The next meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Dick Holland for a combined business and educa- tional meeting. At this time an election of Chapter officers and] chairman will be held. I i At the close of the meeting a] surprise shower for Mrs. Harold Johnson was given, followed by efreshments served by Lhe hos- tess and co-hostess Mrs. Harold Johnson. they have lived since. In November they will be celebrating their 50th anniversary. Until about a year ago when Boney broke his leg, he was still doing some logging. A story about Boney wouldn't be complete if his ability as a poet wasn't mentioned• On several oc- casions situations have arisen Which have compelled him to take up pen and paper and compose some very colorful lines of poetry. One of =hese descriptive works about old-time logging fits in with the theme of the upcoming Forest Festival and will soon be publish- ed in the Journal. SOURDOUGH BISCUITS 2 cups sourdough starter 1 egg 1/3 cup sugar 1 tsp. salt  cup milk 1 tsp. soda dissolved in 1 Tbsp. water Stir well. Add abut 4 cups flour. Roll and cut into biscuits, Makes about 24. Let rise in warm place for 2 or 3 hours. Bake. Close your eyes when eat them and see if you can't smell campfire smoke and hear cowboys singing in-the back- ground. Boney's starter was about 10 years old so he didn't have a re- cipe for it. We hunted and came up with the following recipe. SOURDOUGH STARTER 1 yeast cake or pkg. dry yeast 2 cups flour Milk  just enough to make a batter. Salt -- a dash, too much ruins action of starter. Let above stand overnight in a warm room in a glaSS or plastic bowl large enough to allow for an increase in the bulk. Next morning take out one cup of the batter and put it aside in a COol place. This is your statqer for next Lime and can be used for pancakes or biscuits. Boney's recipe for pancakes fol- lo'ws: SOURDOUGH PANCAKES cup souedough starter egg 2½ cups milk 1 tsp. salt  tsp. soda and ½ tsp. baking powder sifted With 2 cups flour; Mi well before baking on hot griddle. Optometrists To Meet Here Tonight The Olympic Optometric Society will hold its April meeting at 7 p.m. tonight aL the Colonial House with Dr. H. M. Tokos, chairman Election of officers, reports from the by-laws and insurance commit- tees are on the agenda, according to Dr, L. B. Ellison. Aberdeen, pre- sident. The wives of the otom- • - ..... d a mee'i p ecrmts Will flOl U ng Of the wm., Auxiliary following the dinner- - SHOWER HONORS BRIDE-TO-BE March 23 was the occasion of a lovely bridal shower honoring Miss Rose Furister. IL was held in the gaily decorated lower auditorium of the Foursquare church. Prizes for games played during the evening went to Mrs. Mabel Goodwin, Mrs. Dallas Savage and Mrs, Rachel Chase. Miss Furister received many lo- vely and useful gifts for her home- to-be and was delighted to renew acquaintances with several friends she hadn't seen for some time, She now makes her home in Seattle but grew up "in Shelton and at- tended schools here. The refreshment table earri- out a theme of wedding beil in the decorative centerpiece and nut cupg wik nihiture: Eelis, COl mr = LOW U -- WATC m • P THE ENGAGEMENT of Miss Sharri Joan Coutts to Mr. Joseph Wendell Williams, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Williams of Philo- matha, Ore.. has been announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Coutts, Shelton. Miss Courts is a graduate of Irene S. Reed high school and attended Seattle Pacific College for two years. She is employed by the Simpson Timber Co. in its Seattle office. No definite wedding date has been set. PRINCESS Precision shock mainspring. WINDJAMMER Precision jews water Never before sU jeweled stylieg, su( at this low See our comph superbly style[ jeweled water $12.95  Wherl case, crystal al crown are iotact . Rummage Sale To Supplemenl Seal Sale A rummage sale will be held at the PUD building next Thursday and Friday beginning at 9:30 a.m The proceeds will go to the Tuber- eulosis Assoc. to help supplement the Christmas seal sales which fell below the goal. All clothing will be clean. There are many articles of new men's and women's clothes that have not been worn. Some plants will be available. EXTENSION AGENTS TO SPEAK AT SKOKOMISH County Extension agents. Mr. Charles Peck and Mrs Jane Wind- sor will be at Lhe Skokomish Com- munity Club at 7 p.m. Monday to speak Lo the 4-H clubs of the Val- ley and all interested persons. Mr. Peck will show slides of interest to everyone. Children think not of what is past, not' what is to come, but enjoy the present time, which few of us do.---Jean de La Bruyere. BRING YOUR GLASS rROUBLES TO US You can depend on our "know how" to save you trouble and money when it corn replacements. Because we know are doing (and why) you can be sure it RIGHT! 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