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April 15, 1971     Shelton Mason County Journal
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April 15, 1971

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AN EARLY SUMMER wedding will unite in marriage Norma Huber, daughter of the Rev. and Mrs. R. W. Huber of the Mr. Olive Lutheran Church in Shelton and Craig Hashimoto, son of Keith Hashimoto of Reedley, Cal. Miss Huber attends Chico State College in Chico, Cal. Her fiance, a graduate of the same college, is employed by Fresno County in California as a civil engineer. The couple will reside in Fresno. TODAY'S Jan Danford, Society Editor Jayettes And Jaycees Slate May 1 Installation Banquet err), Jean arrles Close friends and relatives at 2 p.m. Saturday witnessed the nuptial rites of Terry Jean Shrum, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James M. Shrum, and Kenneth A. Johnson, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Alvar Johnson of Edgewood. The double ring ceremony was performed by the Rev. Horace Mounts in the United Methodist Church. Escorted by her father past pews tied with white bows to an altar graced by chrysanthemums, carnations and blue candies, the bride was attired in white lace over satin. Her floor length, empire-waisted gown was styled with a scoop neck and long puffed sleeves. To a headpiece of white daisies and stephanotis, fashioned by her grandmother, was attached a shoulder length veil and she carried a cascade of chrysanthemums centered with a carnation corsage touched with blue. In her shoe the bride had placed a Norwegian coin, a gift from the mother of the groom; for "something old" she wore a necklace that had adorned the neck of her grandmother as she posed for her wedding portrait. Matron of honor Mrs. Leonard G. Hunter, sister of the bride, was dressed in baby blue lace over white satin, styled identically to the gown of the bride. Her white crocheted straw picture hat was trimmed with a :~ ~j 2 Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth A. Johnson blue bow and her nosegay was composed of blue-tinted carnations. The groom selected as his best man his brother-in-law Dave Nowicki, and candles were lighted by ushers Perry Johnson and Dick Shrum, brother of the bride. Mrs. Michael Roening sang "Wedding Prayer" and "The Lord's Prayer", and Mrs. Richard Morton was the musician. Both mothers wore long-sleeved knit dresses with m a t c h n g a c c essories and chrysanthemum corsages. The mother of the bride chose pink Art Group Names Joyce Fisher Hazel Beckwith New Secretary Will Perform and the groom's mother preferred turquoise. Daffodils and daisies decorated the Fireside Room for the reception following the ceremony. Topped with bells and bows was the three-tiered white cake baked and ornamented by Mrs. Gladys Vinson of Olympia. Pouring were Mrs. Everett Tidball, aunt of the bride, and Mrs. Robert Sinclair, aunt of the groom. Cake was served by sister of the groom Mrs. Dave Nowicki and cousin of the bride Mrs. Milton Buck, and punch by Marsha Chapman. Carol Rodgers attended the guest book while Carol Cowling presided at the gift table. Bunny and Natalie Nowicki, nieces of the groom, passed scrolls. The bride, a Shelton High School graduate, attended Yakima Valley College. Her husband was graduated from Fife OO on lie amlin ol Fontelle Hamtin, who holds a degree in Home Economics, has always loved to cook. Born in Sioux City, Iowa, she was graduated there from the high school known as 'The Castle on the Hill'. an honest-to-goodness castle that had been rebuilt into a school. Tower rooms, six or seven stories high, were used as meeting rooms for sororities and fraternities. She attended Nebraska State teachers College to major in Home Economics, but by lack of funds was forced to discontinue schooling after the first year. In 1944 a representative from Boeing came to Sioux City to recruit employees. Fontetle and her older sister, Betty, hearkened to the call and came to Seattle. After a year with Boeing, Fontelle moved to San Mateo, Cal. to make her home with an aunt and uncle and to attend the local junior college. Her sister found employment in an office in San Francisco. Their parents, missing the kids, moved to California. Her father, a former employee of the Sioux City Journal, bought a printing shop in Napa, Cal., where Fontelle worked with him until enrolling in San Jose State College for the completion of her education. She met Ernest Hamlin, who was attending the college as a returning war veteran after five years service with the US Navy. In their junior years they were wedded, and they were the first married couple to be graduated from the school. "We had our graduation picture taken together," Fontelte recalls. She taught for two years in Watsonville. ('al., but did not return to her career in that area after the birth of her daughter, Tracy, in 1950. The Hamlins also COOKING UP something wonderful in her verY kitchen is Fontetle Hamlin. one time she mad~ clothing for "Now they she explains, terrific job of Hamlin ladies extensive years ago, Ernest Hamlin owned and operated a variety and hobby store in Palo Alto, Cal. and Fontellc taught in that area. Ernie now runs Hamlin's ttobby and Toy Shop. For her first three years in "lhe Jaycee and Jayette Jayettes were presented to At the April 7 meeting of the In StateBand .igh School and attended Pacific have three other daughters- Kay, Shelton, Mrs. Hamlin taught first recipes, one Installation Banquet is scheduled Exceptional Foresters at the Shelton Adult Art Group Hazel Lutheran University. He is who is married; Lark, a high grade in Bordeaux School. She for May 1 in Heinie's Broiler. monthly party sponsored by Beckwith was selected as the new Flutist Joyce Fisher of employed by Xerox Corporation. school senior; and Colleen, a then accepted a position as Spare Ribs and Election took place at last Jaycees and wives at the Jaycee club secretary. Greta Skaar was Shelton will be a member of the After a wedding trip to ninth grader. There are four teacher of the Remedial sixth 4 lbs. country style ~, Thursday's meeting held in the Hall. .... ~ Hiek~ hc]l~ne withMrs.g11~=~.,~ layette members are now '~'~": :Gtandon eoT-3h"~6'~es~ng and ~rs~ ' Collecting sales slips from local stores and also other items for the Kt;Y ('ommunity Club Awards Democrats Meet Bruce Yost, wife of a new Jaycee, as a special guest. To be installed are Mrs. Gary Plews, president: Mrs. Dick Andrews, vice-president: Mrs. Gene Caldwell, State director; Mrs. Mike Grimm, secretary; Mrs. Chuck Ruhl, treasurer; Mrs. John Tarrant and Mrs. Dan Stewart, directors. The Jayettes have slated a bake sale for May 7 in the Safeway store, with Mrs. Chuck Ruhl chairmaning the event. The group will cater a bowling banquet on May 20. Easter baskets made by the The Mason County Democrat Club will hold its April meeting in the PUD auditorium at 7:30 p.m. today. The program will include a question and answer period conducted by Representative Charles Savage. Young people are especially welcome. Coffee and cookies will be served. and Virginia Bourgault demonstrated the making of sugar Easter eggs. Penny Lakey was the winner of the Velma Graves painting awarded at the Scholarship Art Show held in the PUD auditorium on March 31. More than 125 paintings and art objects were displayed. hostess. Central Washington State College The One-Man Art Show was Ch~,~d which will rn~ presented by Flor'ence Stvens ff~'~l~tour from April 1 9'~ April 21. The group will visit schools and communities throughout Central and Western Washington under the direction of A. Bert Christianson. Guild Will Meet Rachel Knott Orthopedic Guild will meet in the home of Mrs. Helen Ferguson on Friday. Mrs. Bonnie Slettedahl will assist. Daisy Smith Is Installed Daisy Smith was installed as Worthy Matron of Welcome Chapter No. 40 Order of the Eastern Star at 8 p.m. on March 27 in the Masonic Temple. Oscar Stensager is the new Worthy Patron; Hazel Stensager, Associate Matron; and Loran Armagost, Associate Patron. Other officers installed were Norma Larson, secretary; Bessie Sutherland, treasurer; Ruth Boysen, conductress; Catherine Armagost, associate conductress; Leonard Cole, chaplain; Pat Wells, marshal; Violet Cole, organist; Marie Story, Adah; Catherine Foseide, Ruth; Betty Marshall, Esther; Pauline Archer, Martha; Elsie Seljestad, Electa; Helen Stansbury, warder; and Marvin Biehl, sentinel. The Stated Communication of Welcome Chapter No. 40 Order of the Eastern Star will be held at 8 p.m. Saturday in the Masonic Temple: Entertainment will be provided by Job's Daughters and Rainbow Girls of Shelton and DeMolay boys from Olympia. Made to Measure-Any Size Lined or Unlined NO CHAR6E Pay Only For Materials Choose from Immense Selection tor Fabrics Over 150 Patterns and Colors MATERIAL PRICED Open Friday Evenings Until 8:30 p.m. California, the will reside in Puyallup. newly-marrieds grandchildren, grade in Chinook Middle School Before coming to Shelton six in Lacey, where she is presently ........ emptoyed~ She is a member of the United Methodist Church and of the Order of Eastern Star. She is active in guild work and in PTA and for her first two years in Shelton headed a junior girl scout troop. Her husband has always been involved in boy scout activities. Fontelle and Ernie Hamlin, having square danced for five years in California, promptly joined the Salty Sashayers upon their arrival in this area. Daughter Tracy, who started square dancing at the age of seven and who now attends college, still participates enthusiastically. During their second year in Shelton, Suzi Bertuzzi, AFS exchange student from Argentina, made her home with the Hamlins. Cooking and sewing are the true hobbies of Mrs. ttamlin. At 1 large can drained with jui Make s; 1 C. peach juice 2 C. brown sugar 2 tsp. ginger C. catsup C vinegar ~k C. soy sauce garlic salt and pepl~ Pour sauce over l baking pan, and at 400 degre~:~t over nleat a sauce. Continue hour. Ribs shoul~ during cooking baked pc Mrs. Harnlir~ recipes for pe~ employed outside this entree she and removes freezer before morning, and fir of the meal in her return in MR. AND MRS. L. L. VAN CLEAVE, 1204 West Birch, will celebrate their Golden Wedding anniversary on Tuesday in the Seattle home of their daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. James F. Sutterman. The Van Cleaves were married on April 20, 1921 in Council Grove, Kan., and came to Shelton in 1929. Van Cleave for 13 years ran a garage, following which he was with the Shelton Police Department for more than 21 years, retiring in 1963. They have a granddaughter, Barbara Smith, of Pullman. THE BRA THAT IS It has been our pleasure to serve our many Customers during the past 10 years of operating Econ-O-Wash Laundry and Cleaners. Therefore, we take this Opportunity to thank all of our friends as we retire from the business. -- Ray and Lucille McBride ECON-O-WAStt LAUNDRY & CLEANERS CUSTOM FITTED BY TRAINED CONSULTANTS The Pennyrich Bra is not fitted as bras bought "over the counter". Your trained Pennyrich Consultant fits your bra to your individual needs. A new world of figure flattery awaits you! The Pennyrich Bra is entirely different from other brassieres in that it supports and lifts with the patented Pennylift. Also, trY Pennyrlcr figureS, give line yoU ' See the Pennyrich Bras and Girdles at: Featuring Merle Norman 6th & Laurel Cosmetics NEWLY INSTALLED officers of Welcome Chapter No. 40 Order of the Eastern Star are, left to right, Loran Armagost, Associate Patron; Hazel Stensager, Associate Matron; Daisy Smith, Worthy Matron; and Oscar Stensager, Worthy Patron. Your On the Right Course When you set sail for the And Our Famous Stop in and enjoy your favorite beverage along with the featured dish of the "What's Cookin' " column from the Journal. 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. in Hoodsport Page 6 - Shelton-Mason Countv Journal - Thursday, April 15, 1971