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April 18, 1963

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18, 1963 SHELTeR--MASON COUNTY JOURNAL Published in "Christmastown, U.S.A.", ShelLon. Washington PAGE 3 ...... &apos; New Officers For "What s Cooking" In Whose gltthen? /IShel-ToaGuild ecipe avorites of County Residents Tea Orthopedic Guild was held  Usually kept quite mother's simple does mean they can't be is proven by June for Pudding Cake. Auditor's of- She and her , recently attended Parents el senior the all-night and went of the breakfast their son, Geral, this year y, Jim 16. L-gers live on island Lake tmli yve it. I -- ' lea , the summer they :tll!l-  outside and snend as ;  possible swi'mming ,38li::e winter June's t0 a g  and looking MENU 22-26 with meat. Corn, apple- tuna on hot and carrot sal- Upside-down cake [hili coil carne,  ter Sand, reg., wedg- yding, milk. !m'. ;:or turkey sand.. ,, bro ted cheese salad, lies, milk. "Pctato s o u p, d, grilled If%kit Carrot and celery fruit cup, milk. 'enamins from 00PP's Rexall Phone 426-4642 JUNE RODGERS likes her recipe for Pudding Cake because it just takes a minute to whip up. The pudding-like cake bottom is topped with crunchy brown sugar and nuts. It is delicious served with either whipped cream or ice cream. PUDDING CAKE 1 egg beaten Add 1 no. 2 can fruit cocktail and juice 0 HARDWARE Q PAINTS  1 mile off highway on Cole Road R " ppi e 0ad Broiders $u y  It6ad Ph. 426-8224 i tsp. vanilla Sift together: 1 cup flour 1 cup sugar 1 tsp. soda dash of salt April 9 at the home of Mrs. Bev Ndson with Mrs. Norma Carlson as co-hostess. An election of officers was held for the coming year with the fol- lowing results: President Mrs. Rose Bye; wee pres.. Mrs. Lois Tibbits: see.. Mrs. Lu Ann Gibson: treas. Mrs. June Christensen. The new officers will take over their offices at the next meeting which will be a potluck dinner to be held May 6 at the home of Mrs. Pearl Watkins. It was reported the dance held March 23 was a huge success anti all proceeds were sent to the Mary Bridge Children's hospital in Ta- coma. /t's A Date Today, Thurs., April 18 Navy Mothers Club, 7:30 p.m., Memorial hall. Bordeaux PTA. 7:30 p.m.. mul- ti-purpose room. ViTelcome Chapter No. 40. 12:30 p.m., sack luncheon Masonic tem- ple. Rotary Club luncheon, noon, Mmg Tree Cafe. Port comnqission's meeting, S 1.:.m.. courthouse. Olympic League high school baseball. North Mason vs. Shelton. Loop Field, 3:50 p.m Friday, April 19 Rachel Knott Orthopedic Guild. 12:30 p.m. luncheon at the home of Mrs Harold Nordeng. VFW meeting, 8 p.m.. Memorial hall. Olympic League high school track. Central KiLsap vs. Shelton, Loop Field. 3:50 p.m. Saturday, April 20 Drivers license examiner. 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.. police station. VFW sponsored teenage dance. 9-12 p.m.. Memorial hall. Sunday, April 21 Shelton churches invite you to attend the church of your choice. Monday, April 22 Shelton Garden Club. 1:30 p.m., SHELTON HEARING AID So cial Even ts CENTER 211 COTA STREET Phone 426.86 12 Society Editor Marj Waters Phone 426-442 home of Mrs. Gee. Brewer. St'. Arid to first mixture. Pour into County commission's meeting ___,, HJt[ MRS. DOttlE PARSONS and Roy Mitchell were recently in- stalled as Worthy Matron and Worthy Patron of the Order of Eastern Star, Belfair Chapter No. 241. The beautiful public cer- emony was held at the Belfair Masonic Temple, with many friends and relatives in attendance. greased baking dish. Cover with 1[ 10 a.rn. courthouse, WHITE GOLD AND AQUA SETTING cup brown sugar mixed with lz Preliminary School Budget hcar- cnp chopped nuts. Bake at 325 de- [ ing, 8 p.m., "Evergreen school. BELFAIR OES INSTALLATION grees for 50 rain. Serve with whip- Shelton Faculty Wives, 8 p.m., ped cream or ice cream, tServes 8) home of Mrs. B()b Dethlefs. The Belfair Masonic Temple gift table were Russell and Mil- EDITORS NOTE: In nearly 3 Shelton General Hospital Aux- was eeenLly the scene of the {n- drcd K!sler. Mrs. Richard Gilbert years of intmsdewing cooks and iliary coffee hour, 10:30 a.m. - 2 stallation of the new officers for t sang "Trees" to honor the newly collecting recipes today's recipe p.m., home of Mrs. Dick Yacger. the Order of Eastern Star,, BeN installed Worthy Matron. for Pudding Cake is the first one Mt. View PTA, 8 pan, at the fair Chapter No. 241. I Also present and deeply ira- to be offered by two cooks, and school .... Being installed as Worthv Ms- I pressed, by the beauty, of the in- oddly enough, toth in the same Tuesday, April 23 tron was Mrs Dollie Par sons stallahon, was Past Worthy Grand weal<. Next week's cool<, Mrs. Hal:'- Kiwanis Club hmcheon, noon, while Roy Mitchell was installed l patro} tester Farrar ?. B{'eme!-- old Cramer, had planned to use it. Memorial hall. She says iL is one used very often City commission's meeting, 2 as Worthy Patron I ton wno was aceompameu oy ms ior her church dinners because of p.m., city hall. Other officers installed were: ' wife. a-o qate matron Mrs Harve- After the installation, officer; the ease with which it can be serv- Salvation Army truck in town. ,.s c " ' ....  ' " ' ' " ed, plus the fact that everyone Phone 426-656 'or leave at 325 Rice; associate patron, Merrill Is- and guests rehred to the dmmg thinks it is delicious. No. 5th st. on" secretary Mrs Alice Pope; room where retresnmens were Shelton Music Club, 8 p.m., treasurer, M'i's. Alice Rice con- served. home of Mrs. A. W. Frank. ductress, Mrs. Ann Westberg: as- ............................ There is no true security for the XYednesday, April 24 soeiate conductress, Mrs. Richard _h, | IPI individual except as he finds it in Drivers license examiner, 10 Gilbert: chaplain, Mrs. A. G. Pur- h .HDu =H the security of all:--Edwn Mark- a.m. - 5 p.m., police station, dum. , ham. Thursday, April 25 Marshall, Mrs s. c. DeLeo00 or- Attend Oonfetence Golden Age Club. 6 p.m. potluck ganist. Mrs. Lloyd Suhr: Adah. Seventy-five girls from Shelton Memorial hall. MYs. Merrill Ison; Ruth Mrs. M. Junior high school attended the Rotary Club luncheon noon Ming Tree Cafe. ""=-EW I / g ARRIVALS . Shelton General ltospitai Mr. and Mrs Frank H. Clark. Route 3, Box 599, a boy, April i2. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Rodgers, Route 1. Box 98. a girl, April 12. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Bostrom. Is- land Lake Drive. a girl, April 16. Lt. j.g. and Mrs. Peter E. Rcqua nee Diana Young became the parents of a baby boy April 7 in Waipahu. Hawaii. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Young, Sr., Bayshore. PRIMROSE SALE Our Lady of the "Woods Guild of St. Edward's Parish will hold its 4th a]mual primrose sale this Saturday at the Safeway store. The primroses are purchased from Springhill Farm at Gig Harbor. Half the things that people do not succeed in are through fear of making the attempt.---James Northcoate. D. MeKay; Esther. Mrs. William Taylor: Martha. Mrs. Charles Beck: Elects. Mrs. Tom Gibson: warder. Mrs. Ethel Randall; sen- tinal. John R. Huson. The Installing Matron was Past Matron Alice Pope assisted by Mrs. Orville Kager. Junior Past Matron, The Installing Chaplain was Past Matron Levina Williams and [he Installing Marshall was Past Matron Mrs. Norman Ras- nqussen. Mrs. Clinton Townsend was the Installing Organist and Past Patron Earl Anderson was the Installing Patron. The chapter room was decorated in white and gold with aqua ac- cents, the colors chosen' by the Worthy Matron. Large white bas- kets of golden forsythia, and daf- fodils were in evidence throughout the chapter room. Three large white styrofoam circles, each cen- tered with a white Bible inscrib- ed by the Worthy Matron's motto, "Faith. Hope and Charity" were set in a blanket of aquamarine net and nylon at the base of the Worthy Matron's station. In the West was another Bible inscribed with "Loyality". the Worthy Ma- tron's watchword for the year. lV[ary Jane Lewis of Bremerton sang several selections. The pro- grams were passed by Becky Ward and Cindy Armstrong, nei- ces of the Worthy Matron and Girls' League Conference held in the Miller Junior high at Aber- deen March 30. Shelton girls presented a Skit on "Conservation of Natural Re- sources". Mary Connolly, Shelton. was the conference secretary at this meeting. The delegation from Shelton was accompanied by Mrs. Norman Remme. the girls' advisor. MORTAR BOARD PLEDGE AT U of IV Bonnie Funk. daugtater of Mr. and Mrs. James S. Funk. ShelLon. was one of 20 University of Wash- ington coeds tapped for member- ship in Mortar Board, senior voraen's honorary, at a recent meeting. Membership is in recog- nition of outstanding scholarship and leadership service. HOSPITAL AUXILIARY SLATES COFFEE HOUR The Shelton General Hospital Auxiliary will hold a coffee hour from 10:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. next Monday at the home of Mrs. Dick Yaeger on the Allyn road. Admission will be a gift dona- tion for the hospital showcase. CYO DANCE The Catholic Youth Organiza- tion will sponsor a teenage dance from 9-12 p.m. this Friday at. the THE CELLO IS STAR OF PIZZICATO CLUB'S "CRUSADE FOR STRINGS" MEET The annual Crusade for Strings program was presented at the April meeting of the Pizzicato Club. The "Crusade" prograras are a project of the National Fed- eration of Music Clubs and are de- signed to stimulate greater inter- est in the playing of stringed in, struments. Guest speaker of the evening was Mrs. Oliver Ashford who pre- sented an interesting program in which she described the members of the stringed-instrument family. Special emphasis was given to the cello which is her instrument. Mrs. Ashford's performance of Bach's Arioso demonstrated the points concerning cello tone. range and technique that she had spo- ken of earlier in the evening. Club members enjo'yed the many little anecdotes Mrs. Ashford told concerning her experiences as a cello player. During the business session re- Iorts on the Washington State Federation of Music Clubs Junior Day convention held in Seattle March 30 were given by Diane Frank and Cathy Seth. The club's award winning achievement rec- ord book was displayed. The recording chosen or this month's addition to club members "listening" repertoire was Tchai- kowsky's Piano Concerto No. L Hostess for the evening was Vicki Valley. She as assisted by Connie Cheney. FACULTY IVIVES TO MEET ON MONDAY Shelton Faculty Wives will meet at the home of Mrs. Bob Dethlefs next Monday. Mrs. Irving Vick will be co-hoste. Mrs. Jane rindsor will speak. SHELTON GARDEN CLUB MEETING MONDAY There will be a meeting of the Shelton Garden Club next Monday at the home of Mrs. George Brew- er, St. All members desiring trans- portation are to meet at I p.m at the Episcopal church parking lot. Want Ads Pay Off Two social events are on the calendar for the Pizzicato Club within the next few weeks. A progressive dinner is slated for this Saturday evening with re- freshments being served in the homes of Cheryl Scott, Judy and Diane Antonsen Linda Barrom and Diane Frank. During National Music Week i (May 5-12) a musical tea will be presented for the m0tbcrs and friends of club members. BORDEAUX PTA MEETING TONIGHT Bordeaux PTA will meet at 8 p.m. tonight in the multi-pro'pose room st the school. Election of officers will be held. The group will vote on a pro- ject for spending of accumulated money. Members must be present to vote. BRAGGING! 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