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April 11, 1963

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..... PAGE I Josephine Sparks New President Of up to '5000 Loans on furniture, automobiles, equip- ment, livestock, or  other security and take up to 48 months to repay. Credit Life Insurance is avail- able. Phone, stop iL or write: SERVICE FINANCE GO. 124 Railroad Ave. Shelton, Washington Phone 426-4447 VFW Auxiliary Josephine Sparks was elected president for the ensuing year of the VFW Auxiliary, She will be installed in May. Other officers elected were Bernice Jansson as senior vice president; Nancy Card, junior vice president; chaplain, Arms Springer; treasurer, Flor- ence Hamilton: guard. Mary Ja- din; conductress. Arlene Smith; 3- year trustee, Daisy Pinney. Delegates to the district con- vention in Westport will be Colleen Gephart, Fae Robinson, Jessie Cox Sue Weaver. Bernice Jansson, Ar- lene Smith. Alma \\;Vhite and Merle VanderWal. Alternates elected were Betty Godwin. Nancy Card. Florence Ha- milton, Marian Johnson. Violet Brumbaugh, Daisy Ptnney, Alice Haines and Viola Laugen. Mrs. Sparks will announce her appointive officers at the April 19 meeting. Men To Entertain Amaranth Laurel Court Laurel Court Order of Amar- :anth will have its regular stated meeting a 8 p.m. next Wednesday aT he lTasonic temple. The Sir Knights will entertain the ladies with some of their tal- ents and refreshments. A gay eve- ning is anticipated for all. "I go to prepare a place for you, I will come again, and receive you to Myself; that where I am, there you may be also." JOHN 14:3j At this Holy Easter season, we wish to express our sincere wish that you and your family and friends will receive ev- ery spiritual and mateal  biessing. Shelton Branch Thurston County Federal Savings & Loan Association Accounts Insured to $10,000.00 by the F.S.L.I.C. 9 A.M. -- 4 P.M. Monday thru Thursday 10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Fridays Home Office Branch Office 5th & Capitol Way 313 Railroad Ave. Olympia, Wash. $helton, Wash. SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES Privats, Confidential, Economical SHELTON--MASON.COUNTY JOURNAL-- Published in "Christasto/:U.1.A.", Sheltn, Washington Thursday, -, f..-- ......................... , .......... , ............. . ........ , WHM'S COOKING IN WHOSE KITCHEN? i Recipe Favorites 0fCounty Residents i NADIA HOVIND tossed =n a couple of clever ideas for making refrigerator cookies when she gave us her Coconut Refrigerator Cookie recipe. Nadia is the leader of the new 4-H club, Buttons and Bows. Nadia Hovind gave us a delic- ious cookie recipe and a couple of handy tricks for making refriger- ator cookies. After mixing her cookie batter she places it in but- ter or margarine cartons and free- zes it. At baking time she slits the carton lengthwise, peels off the wrapper and slices. The waxed carton keeps the cookies from sticking and the slices are just the right size and much easier to cut neatly when frozem Last year Nadia was secretary for the Southside PTO. She is a member of tim Shel-Toa Orthoped- ic Guild. She recently tackled the task of being leader of a new 4-H group of 5th grade girls. They call themselves Buttons and Bows, At their first meeting Nadia found duty goes beyond teaching the girls to sew and cook. They had her doing the twist with them! The Hovind's home overlooks Hammersley Inlet so it is no sur- prise to find Nadia and Buzz (his name is Russell, but no one uses it) enjoy water skiing and swim- ming. Their youngsters, Cindy, 10, Wendy 7. and Mike 5, will soon follow in their parents' "ski-steps". When she isn't skiing in the sum- mer, Nadia is gardening. Winters she knits. Coconut Refrigerator Cookies a/2 cup butter or margarine. x cup sho,-tening 3 Tbs. sugar. 1 cup Angel flake coconut pack- ed firm. 1 tsp. vanilla. 2 cups sifted flour. Mix. Pack in butter or margar- ine cartons. Freeze. Cut carton down middle. Slice cookies thin. Bake 45 minutes at 275 degrees." Cool, roll in powdered sugar. JOHN. C, RAGAN ATTORNEY AT LAW Announces The Removal Of His Office To Title Insurance Building 122 Railroad Avenue Shelton, Washington Telephone 426-2061 Optometric Society :Sets June Date To Install Officers , Election of new officers for the Olympic OptomeLric Society was the main topic last Thm'sday night when the group met at the Colo- nial House. Dr. and Mrs. Harry Tokos were chairmen of arrange- ments. The nominating committee chairmanned by Dr. Fred Bet'- ken, Aberdeen, reported the fol- lowing slate which was unani- mously elected by the group. Pre- sident. Dr. L. B. Ellison. Aber- deen: president elect, Dr. Win. J. McKinney, Raymond; vice presi- dent. Dr. Harry Tokos, Shelton; and secretary-treasurer. Dr. Lar- ry Hedgren. Cbehalis. They will be installed at the June 6 meet- i inK in Raymond. A committee was appointed to arrange a mid-summer fellowship meeting with Dt L. Hedgren and Dr. Tokos assigned to this duty. The Washington Optometric As- sociation will hold its annual con- vention in "vVenatchee this year, May 23-26. Many of this society have indicated intention of atten- ding. It was m mounced that "Mature Vision" programs for Golden Age clubs are now ready and will be presented upon request to any of the members of the Olympic So- ciety. These programs will be giv- en on "How to Preserve Vision in the Bifocal Age". and: "Tips to the Older Driver". A presentation with slides can also be arranged. New VFW Officers To Be Elected At April 19 Meeting The VFW sponsored teenage dance at the Memorial hall Sat- urday night was attended by 96 students. Winning the door priz- es were Mike Mitchell, Connie Ste- vens and Tom Wingard. The main order of business at the April 5 VFW meeting was the nomination of officers for the com- ing year. At the next meeting which will be held April 19 there will be further nominations and elections. Commander Merve Smith was the lucky winner of the $25 jack- pot, Bob Springer won the small one. If there are any new Gold Star Mothers in this area or any who have new addresses, will they please notify Ernie Malloy at 426- 3488 so they may be honored with their plant on Memorial Day. Pinochle Club 'To Host McCleary The SRA Pinochle Club will entertain the McCleary Pinochle Club at 8 p.m. Monday at the :Me- morial FIall. The April 1 meeting concluded the tournament. June Petty was top winner for the women; Eliza- beth Butler, 2rid; and Lueille Speece, 3rd. For the men Paul Case was high winner; Claude Ri- ckards. 2nd; Louis Herzog, 3rd. The playoff with McCleary for the trophy will be held May 6. District Deputy Feted By Olympia Auxiliary The Olympia Eagles Auxiliary honored District Deputy Marie Lewis and District Mother Veona Fisher April 2. Gig Harbor Aux- iliary put on Memorial services and its drill. Attending from Shel- ton with ,Mrs. Lewis were Jean Dorsett, Ruby Lorenzen and Alice Herzog. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Lewis en- joyed the Eagles smelt feed at Kelso last Sunday. One of twelve reasons why this is Cadillac's greatest year. For 1963, Cadillac tempts you with seven sedans, two coupes, two convertibles and a limousine. It also attracts you for a number of other reasons, including price. Why not see your dealer for the pleasant details? ELL CHEVROLET COMPAHY First and Grove Streets  Phone 426-4426 Shelton, Wash. POTTER, ELLISON INSTALLED FOR WELCOME CHAPTER 0ES See TV and at Husic 205 TO THE N INSTALLED AT THE 69TH Welcome Chapter No. 40 OES in- stallation of officers March 30 was Juanita Potter as Worthy Matron and Victor Ellison as Worthy Patron. About 150 guests gathered at the Masonic Temple to view the impressive ceremony. Juanita Potter was installed as Worthy Matron of Welcome Chap- ter No. 40, Order of Eastern Star at the 69th installation of officers held on March 30, in the Masonic Temple. Approximately 150 guests were in attendance. Installed as Worthy Patron was Victor Ellison. Other officers installed during the impressive ceremony were: Bessie Hall, associate matron: Ed- ward Auseth. associate patron; Florence Weeks, secretary; Flor- ence Taylor, treasurer: Evelyn E1- lison, conductress; Mary Anne Beseh. associate conductress: Helene Biehl. chaplain; Norman Larson, marshal; Alice Palmer, organist. Elsie Seljestad, Adah; Violet Hicks, Ruth; Dorothy Phillips, Es- ther; Stella Neuenschwander, Elec- ta; Edna Auseth. warder, and Lorell Seljestad, sentinal. Yet to be installed is Verna Jackson as Mar- tha. The Temple was beautifully decorated with sprang flowers, a large star being placed in the East. Dorothea Brickert, Junior Past Matron. acted as installing matron and was assisted by Clarence Grunert. Junior Past Patton. and Fred Ferris. Past Patron. Other installing officers: Estella Robert- son, P. M., Marshal: Carol Grun- ert, P.M., Chaplain, and Corda Watkins, Worthy Matron of Elin- or Chapter, Union, organist. Introduced and seated in the East were: J. Lester Farrar of Reliance Chapter, Bremerton, Past Grand Patron and iV[able Roach, of Robert Morris Chapter, Seat- tle, Grand Warder. Also introduced were Louise Shields of Poulsbo representing the Grand Jurisdiction of the Dis- trict of Columbia and Viola Fer- ris, Deputy Instructor of the Grand Chapter of Washington. During the brief intermission L mnsie was furnished by Helen and Ira Stansbury. Ginna Correa, Worthy Advisor of Rainbows and' Paula Harman, Honored Queen of Job's Daughters were candle lighters. Mary Potter, daughter-in-law of the Worthy Matron was soloist ac- companied by Doris Hillman. Presenting the jewels to the outgoing Worthy Matron was :Mr. William Brickert and to the out- Chrislensen To Be County PTA Council Luncheon Speaker The Mason County PTA coun- cil will hold a 12:45 p.m. lunch- eon meeting at the Evergreen aud- itorium April 17. The luncheon will cost $1 per person. A short business meeting will be held followed by a talk by Mason County Probation officer, Marvin Christensen. Mr. Christensen will speak on some of the problems he encounters dealing with juveniles Those who are unable to attend the luncheon but wish to hear Mr. Christensen may do so. This por- tion of the program is scheduled for 1:30 p.m. Election of new council officers will also take place at this meet- ing. Royal Neighbors To Have Convention Here Royal Neighbors of America of the Olympic Peninsula will hold their convention in Shelton, April 17 at the Odd Fellows hall. Registration will start at 9 a.m. Luncheon will be served by the women of the Rebekah Lodge. All members are invited to at- tend. CANAL AMARANTH BAKE SALE There will be a bake sale this Saturday at WaiFs Marina at Hoodsport sponsored by'the Canal Court Order of Amaranth. The sale of Easter goodies will start at 10 a.m. going Worthy Patron, Mrs. Carol Grunert. Special appointments announced by the Worthy Matron were: Francis Magmtder, Bible bearer; Samuel ]V[agruder, registrar; Doris Hillman, assistant organist, and Edith Mayer, prompter . Greeting at the door were Hat- tie Pierce and Lorell Seljestatt. In charge of the guest book was Nita Potter. Linda Potter had charge of the programs. Refreshments were served in the dining room. Pouring were: Alma Catto. Ann Batchelor, Gladys Martin and Viola; Ferris. Myra Collier was chairman of the kitchen committee, assisted by Lois Davidson, Muriel Rhodes, Willis and Dorothy Barnett, Bertha Waldrip and Etna Eia- son were in charge of the gift table. -  , C CHAIN BUILT FOR Converts drive in 9 Cuts level ONLY Saeger On "We S MASON COUNTY P=U.D. JACK COLE, president; TOM WEBB ED TAYLOR, secretary JERRY LIVE BETTER The electric meter, as accurate and pre- cise as man can make, measures the amount of electricity you use each month. But even this accu- rate instrument can't measure the real val- ue of electricity--the family pleasure from TV, radio, record play- er . . , the work-sav- mg electric washer & dryer . : . the kitchen clean-up team of elec- tric dishwasher and waste disposal . . . the 0onvenience of the food freezer and re. frigerator . . . the marvels of electric air conditioning and elec- tric heat. Nothing you buy does more to bring comfort, convenience and better living than y o u r electric service, a bargain you'll de- pend on every day of the year. ELEOTRIOITY A METER CAN'T MEASURE ' The  True Value of