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1963 Shelton, Washington ii i PAGE 15 'l'v Board Names Jr. To Be Clerk Glascr Harstine Is- met Men- for their George T ppointed by of n of Glaser to fill by the rests- His Years to  run. been on the 1950, the thne. of George fell on the S. Reed high foot. She family doctor lofting a cast doctor says to stay two who it will only Cindy really sum- the north- spent her the Univer- visiting her Thea is science. deckhand thumb off .Weeks ago. deckhand The Peughs, taken advant- and spent visiting were Willis son, Rusty, the Norm ca Vashon Is- zs the former Was the Yates first visit to Vashon so the Tobers took them all around. CHAPIN AND MARY FOSTER of "Westley Gardens, spent Monday visiting with the John Hitcheoeks. Snnday, March 31, H. A. Glaser celebrated his 72nd birthday. Son Joe and daughters, Pat and Mar- gie came from Bremerton Satur- day and enjoyed spending the day with "Morn and Dad" Sunday. The Lauren Simmons and children of Gig Harbor and the R. C. Glasers of Shelton and the H. V. Glasers, Mrs. Anna Glaser and the Pete L. VanderWals and the Bill Gortzs all extended birthday greetings. The Harstine Island Women's Club left on the 9:00 ferry this morning for a field trip to Olym- pia. We'll tell you all about it next week. The Journal Bicycle Contest is in full swing and Bill Waite, David Barnett and one of the Glaser chil- dren are trying to "Win  Bike". THE HARSTINE ISLAND So- cial Club and the Harstine Island Grange have had a vapor light in- stalled at the Community Hall. The Tom Tierneys hosted a card party at their home Friday night. Those attending were the Irvie Wingerts, Gene Seward, George Waite, Jr., James McAuliffe and the Jack Meeks. Tre R. L. McCullochs, Gordon Simmons and Nels Baunsgards visited the A1 Pridhams Saturday evening Luncheon was served and they joined around the birthday cake and sang "Happy Birthday" Mortice. Mrs. James Lohrer celebrated her birthday Tuesday, Ella Mc- Auliffe on April 4, today and Jack Meeks and George Waite, Jr., celebrate their day tomorrow. Birthday greetings to all of you from all your Island friends. Has Snowfall .Friday On unday Morning had Friday winter US. was born to :Mr. and at the Slml- He has two to welcome Spalding Of at the nday and Spald- of Mrs. Carl Port- Oodburn and Saturday Lud Ross- Rossmaier and din- Friday :Matson L. D. Port- Kay were Mrs. Au- Portman and a meeting in of Ross of Augusta Rossmaier tests of thf m Olympia. fifth birth- from Silver Baxter from Long Island, N.Y., were Thursday evening dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Brehmeyer, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Kimmerly of Shelton called at the Herbert Breh- meyer, Jr. home Saturday eve- ning. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Breh- meyer, Jr. and family spent Sun- day evening at the I. C. Ford home. :Mr. and Mrs. Edward Valley spent Friday evening at the Rodg- er Spalding' home. MR. AND MRS. Edward Valley and son LeRoy, called on Mr. and Mrs. Charles LeBrec Sunday eve- ning. Weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Max Cash were their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Cash and daughter, Holly Jean of Everett and Mike and Diane Chamberlin from Alderwood Nan- 0r. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rtckert of Hoquiam spent the weekend with the Kenneth Howard family. Mr. and Mrs. E1vin Hearing were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harris of :Montesano. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Hopkins of Shelton came to visit the Herberl Brehmeyer, St. family Sunday and took Rickie and Dana home, who spent a couple days with their grandparents. THE ALEC TAYLOR family of Tacoma spent Saturday at the An- drew McGarvie home. Mr. and Mrs. William Evers of Shelton called on Mr. and Mrs. Edward Evers Friday. Sunday afternoon the Wayne Evers fam- ily visited their folks, Mr. and Mrs Edward Evers. ICE =h. 426-3172 WELDER S 2 DIRECTORY Floor Coverings-I---- i . Linoleum Tile Carpeting Formica REX FLOOR COVERING Mt. View Ph. 426-2292 =,m i i Radiator Repair , Boiling out Soldering New cores BOON'S PLUMBING HEATING, SHEET METAL 23 S. 1st. Ph. 426-3,483 lumps ApPliances cos. 426-3327 Florist . Plants for all occasions Flowers EVERGREEN FLORISTS 4th & Birch 8 to 8 426-8479 Auto Glass Expert Installgtion JIM PAULEY, INC. 5th & Railroad Ph. 426-8231 trees g 'bCAPiN Q 426.4718 Draperies custom made free estimates work guaranteed J. C. PENNEY CO. 305 RR Ave. Ph. 426-8283 i IAL 426-4412 Electrical .... I . House wiring & rewiring Electric Heating . Trouble Shooting Licensed & Bonded Contractor JIM EINARSSON ELEC. Star Rte. 2, Box 37, 426-6520 , i i i i Mrs. Elaine Cook, UNION.-- Mrs. Elaine Cool has a most ummnal hobby. It all began with her interest in unusual old recipes, seine of which inchlded rare vinegars made fronl herbs, mints, berries and various condi- ments. When tile Lloyd Cooks re- tired in 1959, he was vice presi- (lent and faculty member of \\;Vayne State College of Detroit, Mich., and she as a member of the teaching staff department heads, they retired to Union. build- ing a spacious and mmsual home of their own design on the site of the former Lucille T. \\;Vclsh place, which they purchased. Lh)yd Cook found fishing as one of his pastimes and Elaine delved into her collection of recipes, and soon was happily employed gathering wild berries, herbs to start her hobby project of making what nlight rightly be termed as "Gour- met Vinegars by Cook." A few of Slaine's recipes follow: "The Four Thieves Vinegar" car- ries this interesting notation--At the time of the great plague which swept through France in the 13th or 14th Century causing a great loss of life, the four thieves were among the survivors, and were in due time brought for trial. At the thne they were asked to what cir- cumstance they attributed the fact of their immunity to the plague, which wiped out so many lives. THE REPLY OF TIlE thieves being, they owed the fact of their physical well being to their daily portion of their own concocted vinegar which they drank each morning, hence the Four Thieves Vinegar--a, cup of crushed mint leaves, A cup rosemary, 2 table- spoons rue, 2 tablespoons tarragon leaves, also two of fresh bay leaves, and 2 tablespoons of sage leaves, 2 of salt. Ground cinna- mon, allspice, clove and mustard seed, and 2 cloves of crushed gar- lic. Pour over the ingredients 1 quart of red wine vinegar, let stand in covered crock two weeks, strain and also drain through cloth, then paper, and bottle in sterilized tightly corked contain- ers. She collects and uses unusual and attractive bottles, and gives her bottled product as gifts to her friends . Perhaps her most piquant and appealing vinegar is her Flowe1: Vinegar--as follows: One cup nasturtium blossoms, 3 tablespoons elderberry blossoms, 6 shredded geranium leaves, 6 chives finely chopped, 2 tablespoons each chopped dry figs and currants, 21 tablespoons honey. Cover the in- gredients with 1 quart vinegar of your choice let stand in covered creek two weeks, add 2 table- spoons salt, sieve and strain and seal in sterilized tightly corked bottles. Mrs. Cook at times adds a drop or two of fruit coloring to her "brew". These are but a couple of her collection. Tlae more simple ones made from juice of wild blackberries, grapes with ba- sil, honey and rosemary and crushed fresh mint added. A reci- pe for each salad. Mrs. Don Beckman reported the sale of Robin Hood Village--and the cafe-bar, and also her home place. The papers were signed Saturday a week ago. The new owner is reported as being an ex- perienced care man, having owned and operated several cafes, one of which is Walt's Cafe at Centralia. Mrs. Beckman plans to move to Seattle, where she formerly made her home, and will enjoy living' closer to her relatives and club friends. At the present writing she is in Seattle, visiting relatives, also making arrangements for moving. iVfrs. /vfary Jarcho returned home Tuesday a week ago from Phoenix, where she spent an enjoyable va- cation of the past few weeks visit- ing her sister, and enjoying the warm, sunny weather. Mr. and Mrs. Karl O'Berry had as weekend guest a week ago, Miss Florence :Mills of Seattle. Tuesday of last week their daugh- ter, :Mrs. Gene Hayes, and smalt son, Mike, and also :Mrs. Alex- ander of Seattle, motored out for the day--returning late that night via Southworth. The Pat Nilsons are busy people. Pat as president of Kitsap County 40 et 8, attended the Petit Promin- ade in Yakima At the same time Wanda wa, enjoying the Seminar at the University of Washington, she also reports having been most interested in, Comhunications" by Prof. Sumeister, and also "Wo- man's Status in Government" by Mrs. Gadding Bureau, of Women, Dept. of Labor. II THE LUD ANDERSEN'S had somewhat of a surprise, and also thrill Monday evening of last week, when Union fire truck manned by Chief Otto Wojohn, Real Purer, Howard McNish and Harry Coles drove up to their home to-report their chimney was on fire. When first observed by Howard lV[cNiSh of Union Marine, flames were shooting up in the air tweny feet out of the large old chimney. Lud Andersen said that he thought car- bon aceumtilated from the pipe of the oil heater in the living room, which is released into, the fire- place chimney may have caused the fire. During the afternoon, the Smokey 'ays: I YOU CN 13E CAREFUL WITH FIRE!I T BUY BACK J. i --it takes many years to gro back! Union, Makes siovo had siavie(t to smoke ind J\\;{/'S. A ndcl',qo]l lllFllcd I }lC Stove off, and it real:tilled off thc rest of the Ilflernooi3 and cven[!l o', fig a larg'c ('heevflfl fireplace fire Dll(le llle 1'()0111 conlfortable. Tile Union t,'ire Dept. crew checked carefully in the attic spcc around lhe clinmey, ,rod dcparicd after the ehinmcy fi]'e had burned it- self out. an(l all was given an O.K by the crew. err(, N. Nobles at his Olympus Manor home chocking over lbin's in general nl his cabin place, re- )erred his ,Vindv Cliff studio home had been remox;ed to the new site near Kind St., and wilhout any damage to his collection of bric-a- Unusual 00inegars The Carstasen l'nmily St. home- steaded at the small lake named for the ear!y pioneer family, Car- stasen Lake. A later comer lln- fortunately removed an earlier sign pest to replace the new one c, amed Carstcrs Lake. The elder Carstasens cleared land for pasmragc for their cows. and arass also fm'nished food chinKthe lakc. The early settlers drove tile hack road \\;th horse team and waon to take their but- let to Shctton. .As lale as 40 years ago remains of the old farm bomc might 5till he seen The old well was filled in about 30 ye'trs ago. Second As A Hobby er-in-law Ja.ck Porter of Seattle with then], busily making a few purchases to take along hmne with lhem. Mr. Porter had flown to Quartsite the wool{ before in order to spare Mr. Bonnet the drive back. Needless to say a happy family reunion took place, and on Sunday Mrs. Porter and three chin dren drove ove from Seattle to spend the day, and also return Mr. Porter to his home. The Bonnets broughl back more rocks of un- usual variety to add to :Mr. Bon- ner's collection. His hobby paying off in pleasure two fold. creation of pretty jewelry, and pendants for fmni!y and his assortment on won't take long mad it may save heartache later on. Let's think about it now before something might happen. New Money Order :Machines were to go into use at the Post Offices in this region on March 30th. The long time familiar green money order is being replaced by a bright yellow printed with red and black ink letters. They will be processed on the machine by the clerk at the time you make your purchase. This it is said. will re- sult in greater safety for money orders and more economical handling by the Post Office De- partment, according to Union Post Master "Wanda Nilson. How large should casting and spincast g'aides be? Close to 3/8 Step up the I ladder brac and art objects. Nobles in fact said hc remained on in his unique liltle studio home din'inK the process of the move across tile streets to the lots he had pnr- chased for the building to remain on. Two pianos and his electric organ in the loft also remained in good order in the shift of home sites. As an odd coincident:, the house moving contractor happened to re- marl( to Nobles that his wife owned twenty acres at Tahuya. In further conversation it was re- vealed that Contractor David Grant's wife was the former Elsie Carstason, whose father was the late Marius 'Carstason, resident of Tahuya, a former picturesque fish- ermen's eohmy, at the time the Coldevans, Rolles. and Lewiston boys, Tom and Bill. and also "Big John" Shafther and Marius Car- stason gill netted and also fished via net at tile mo, tth of the river, and also along the shores of the Canal. growth fir and rhodies took over the old time clearing through the passing of lhe years. THE OYSTER CROP being har- vested at the H. N. Ross place beach, the Howard McNishes lend- ing a hand in the work ,and also picking' their crop, all of the shell- fish being' shipped to Aberdeen. The blizzard and raw rain and chill winds of Saturday did not damocn the spirits of the work- ing cr e'v. The Harlan Blake family have been expecting her parents, Mr. and Mrs, Lester Bonnet honle fronl their annual winter vacation and rock gathering activity in Quart- site. Ariz.. some time within the past week. Imagine Lueille's pleas- ant and unexpected surprise last Friday to note a house trailer and car parked on the lot near Safe- wav in Shelton. which so resembl- ed those of her parents, and upon enlerinE the st:ore to make cer- tain. o find her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Bonner and also her broth- hand. inch for the first one and around Robert Gwin took a trip to Kent 7/32 inch for the tip top one. last Friday }o spend the day with Any much smaller hamper casting. his mother. Mrs. Mary Traeger, and helping make the 84th birth- day a happy one. Mrs. Traeger, a former residenl, of this place for the past years, removed to her new home last January. 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