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PAGE 16 SHELTON--MA0N COUNTY JOUNAL-- Published in " ' Chvzsimaston, U.g.A.", helton, Washington ,Thursday i i £ Savage To Speak To Democrat Gluh ReD. Charles Savage will report on the session of the State Uegisla- tnre just completed at a meeting of the Mason County Democratic Club at 8 p.m. tonight in the PUD Auditorium in Shelton. A white elephant sale will be held following the meeting-. IN COLLEGE PRODI[CTION Lynn Jeffrey, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Jeffrey, l lth, Shel- ton, will perform in the University of Colorado Porpoise Club swim- ming show entitled "Isms - an Interpretation," April 18 20. Groups of 2 to 24 will execute synchronized numbers of stunts. stroke variatoins• comedy and tan- dem swimming in a colorfully ligh- ted and costumed show. Miss Jef- frey is a freshman majoring in education. Use Journal Wahl Les Young 2325 Phone Callanan 426-2428 Street, STATE FARM MUTUAL AUIOMOBILE INSURANCE COMPANY Home Office: Bloomington, Illinois .... 59--19 Beifair Fire Department Sponsors I aa.e's a0TTmS IAIlyn Woman Returns Home From Kam!!00heoHoas New Easter Egg Hunt for Children Sunday I I Visit To Son and Family in Florida 'ho neighboChol(e00 s at: c00l;ida: d NEXdviJU "--'-= '  " : ,evtv-'- :'  " " . i  ." ! : ." "'- lynhas ustretmnedhome• "'ts "" ""' ':;" • • ":" :' ' " ''• ":" ['" ]iittl'n'nt°dieM'i•;'z!eic)i'it°'Ha:vei";! \\;ile!cca{n!l;eS'llYi BELFA/' R'sl,')',ll::eel::st :n,;: lm ment appointment was d Le;:YeV:':;eunp::g AlALLff,,lyr:),;o?;::¢,tOCal;to  M,alteEdDCe:;cletiot:?ast::,ls Mry ed the old saying, "If it rains on Mr. Christianscn has had 22 with yeast breads. We'll rely on flying down to Miami. Fla. to see be made from the floor, former Quinn residence. The Kamilche Easter Sunday, it will rain for years of experience, beginning' his the expert advice of Mrs. Roy " Mrs. Davis asks all members to Guests at the Orville Taylor school attendance son. Wes Stock and family. Doris make an effort to get more can- home Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Easter Sunday W.B. seven Sundays", which is pretty work in the Bremerton office, set- Walter of Odessa and Mrs. H. and her danghter-in-law and presented lecitati0 gloomy news for those who have ring as mail orderly with the just sogged their way through a Navy during W()rld War II in Brit- very vvel Easter, lish West Aft'lea and Casa Blanea, The rain slackened a little for the annual Easter Egg Hunt for children of Belfalr Fire Depart- merit members, held at 12:30 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Alice Pope. Some 45 youngsters, divided into three age groups, hunted for eggs t and collected their prize money! between the worst of the down- pours, and had fun in spite of the weather. Mrs. John Pope and Mrs, Robert Henningsen were m charge of arranging the hunt, with Auxi- liary members boiling and coloring the eggs used. April seems to be the month for election of new officers, and at the last meeting of the Elementary P.T.A. the following were named: Mrs. Walter Scott. jr., president: Mrs. Robert Marsh. Mrs. Donald Beeber• and Mrs. Kenneth Grande. vice-presidents; Mrs. Edward Squire. secretary, and Mrs. Ray Kronquist, treasurer. The Auxiliary of Nuel Curtis Post 5372 V.F.W. named its new Officers as follows: Mrs. Einar Johnson, president, Mrs. A. M. Olson. vice president Mrs. Joe Tschida. junior vice president; Mrs. Frank Greenler, chaplain; Mrs. James Huffman. guard; Mrs. Gordon Squire. conductress; Mrs. Phil Hanify, treasurer• Trustees are Mrs. C. G• Nichols and Miss Valley Willy. ANOTHER GROUP that elected its new officers was the Frances F. Gladwin Orthopedic Guild, meet- ing last week at the home of Mrs. James Huff man. Mrs. William Hunt will be the new president; Mrs. Edward Harris, vice presi- dent; Mrs. Walter Baselt, secre- tary; and Mrs. Charles Walsh treasurer. Memorial Chairman for the group is Mrs. Boyd Hunter. April also seems to be the month for moving, and the return of some of the summer i,esidents of the area• New trailerites at Terra Lin- da are Mrs. Grace Hunt, formerly of Bellingham. and the Robert Shelly 4family formerly of the South Shore. The William Gibsons of Long Beach are back at their North shore summer home, and friends in this area are welcom- ing the return of the Orin Soules. Marking another change, BeN fairites are welcoming a new Post- master. Arvith M. Christiansen, whose appointment is now in for confirmation by the U.S. Senate. He replaces Joe Peters, who has served as acting postmaster until YOU WHO ARE HARD-OF-HEARING DON 7 B£ DEAF BRING US YOUR COUPONS FROM LIFE MAGAZINE If you are not a subscriber, come in anyhow, and see our representative, Mr. Harry Bodenschatz, at: Eells and Valley Appliance Center Friday, April 19, between 10 AM and 12 Noon Ask him about YOUR SECOND CHANCE TO WIN A FREE BELTONE HEARING AID No jingles! No box tops! No sentences to complete! $250,000 worth of Beltone hearing aids to be given away absolutely FREE! Daniel E. Bruner BELTONE HEARING AIDS nnd returned to work at the Bre- merton office at the war's end. He has been a Belfair resident for the past five years, living on Union River. near the North Shore Road with his wife and son. David. a North Mason junior. So Goodbye and Thank You to Mr. Peters. and Welcome to Mr. Christiansen from the community. TIlE EASTERN STAR Social Club will celebrate its 15th anni- versary when it holds its April meeting at the home of Alice Pope on the 24th. A potluck luncheon is planned for noon and all past officers are invited to attend this commemorative meeting of the group. The new home of the Jack Ro- mings at Seacliff Estates near Gig Harbor was the scene of the last meeting of the Belfair Weaver's Guild. The Romings, former North shore residents, are well-known for their weaving skill, and enjoy- ing their hospitality for the day were Mesdames: W• Evans, Tom Gibson, George Oakhmd, Metthew Bischoff, E. Crabtree; Miss Bea- trice Evans and Mrs. W. Scott of Burley. The 82nd birthday of Walter Scott. pioneer Mason County log- ger, was observed at a family gathering at the home of his son, Ralph Scott. Celebrating the occa- sion were the Ralph Scotts, with Susan. Sally, Gary, and Tom; the junior Walter Scotts, with Sandra, Kenny and Richard; the Carl Mat- tuses with daughters, Carol, home from the U. of W. for the occasion, and Nancy; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hendry and Brian; and Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Anderson and Mark. Mr. Scott has been a resident of this area for over 20 years com- ing here from Harstine Island, where he had lived for a number of years. He began his logging work at Seabeck. The veteran logger still has his pilots license and on occasion flies his own plane. Just before his birthday he and a pilot made a flight to RenD ;and Los Angeles, reporting a fine trip and a wonder- ful time. FORMER P. So N.S. employees who are enjoying catching up on work around home after their re- cent retirement are C. W. (Slim) Henningsen, Helen Mitchell, and Start Freelin, all of the North shore. The William Cummings gave a dinner party last week. marking not only the retirement of two of the guests, but that of a beat-up station wagon, in'hich most of those present had traveled t0uadL from work for a number of years. A clever theme of "No riggin' just diggin' ", was arranged by the hostess in honor of the driver. Attending the dinner were Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Kisler. Roy Mit- chell. Jack Harris. J. V. Jacobsen; Start Freelin; Mrs. Earl Roche, Mrs. Mildred Davis, and Jim Jes- sifield. Congratulations go to: The Jer- ry Heaths, on the arrival of a new daughter: Miss Susan Clappe, who as Theta Rho Dist. 7 president, presided at the District's semi-an- nual meeting in Port Orchard; and Miss Nancy Mattus, who repre- sented North Mason at the D.A.D. luncheon honoring Good Citizen- ship\\;award winners. Ragan Plans 'Open House' In New Office 106 E 4th, Olympia 'phone 357-3521 Serving Mason County since 1950 Kaputa of Harrington who came grandson drove up froln Miami to to our county recently to demon- Baltimore and to take in first strate for the Washington Wheat game of the season of the Balti- Growers' Association. These tips more Orioles. Glad to see you back might help: 1. Count on using 1 yeast cake for 4 to 5 cups of flout'. This should be ample for fine grained but light bread. 2. Use 110 degree water for get- ting dry yeast into solution and use only 90 degree water for com- pressed yeast. 3. Be sure to scald homogenized and other fresh milk. Evaporated and dry milk don't need this be- cause the heat of processing this has already killed the enzymes that can work on flour gluten and break down its rnbbery quality that is needed to hold the gas generated by the yeast. 5. Knead 5 to 10 minutes, It can even go as high as 20 minutes if you can stand this exercise, Using your electric mixer at the first when the dough is soft, helps out and cuts your kneading time. 5. Be careful about raising dough next to high heat. You get a prebaking of the part next to the heat and a hardness of crust and cracking above that. Just rely on 72 degree room temperature fora little longer time• 7. For delicious cracked wheat flavor, add cooked Bulgar or ala when you shape the loaves. 8. Try these baking tempera- tures: 350 degree for 20 minutes for clover leaf rolls and dinner rolls; 375 degree for 45 minutes for loaf bread in dull finish metal pans; 350 degree for 60 minutes for whole wheat bread in metal dull finish pans. Here is a delicious Recipe for Caramel Bubble Loaf given at the demonstration. Divide your sweet dough into pieces about the size of a walnut. Shape into balls, Place one layer of balls ½ inch apart on the bot- tom of a greased bread loaf tin. Arrange the second layer on top of the first, placing over spaces in the first layer. Arrange a third layer of balls. Pour a caramel glaze over all. Let rise until double. Bake in a moderate oven 350 de- gree for 35 to 40 minutes. Let it stand in the pan five minutes ,be- fore turning out. The recipe for the Caramel Glaze is A cup dark corn syrup, I table- spoon melted butter or margarine, V.., teaspoon lemon extract and  teaspoon vanilla extract. FUN TO in the Post Office, Doris, we know you had a wonderful trip. Mr. and Mrs. Jewel Von Osten have had guests from Canoga Park Calif• this past five days. Shale's brother, Frank Kalishok and wife June. and Susie's dad. John Kalishok came up to spend Easter. While they were here they took in the Space Needle. drove around the Hood Canal and all the men went fishing up neat' Har- stine Island• It had been several years since Susie and Frank had been together and they had a won- derful time talking over old times. They spent Easter together and the Kalishoks left Monday morn- ing. We are happy to hear Otto Bemp of Victor is now home from the Veterans Hospital in Vancouver. He is reported feeling better than he has for a long time. didates for next year's offices, Every candidate is'entitled to com- petition, because if he oz' she wins an election, the winner has the confidence of a majority of the members, and if he or she loses, the loser can feel relieved at being free of that responsibility for the coming year. Beachcombers Garden Club held its regular meeting at Fireside Room at Belfair Baptist Church April 11. Business meeting was called t() order at 11 a.m. by Mrs. Edward Grigg, president after which a pot luck hmcheon was served. Feature of the afternoon was a flower show anlong mem- bers, which was judged by Mrs. Eleanor Meyers of Bremerton. Mrs. Elma Anderson won the sweepstakes for her arrangement. Several blue ribbons were won by various other members showing the club is really improving in this line. Next meeting at Mrs. Betsa Reynolds. Grandpa Stock is now home Don Valley a former resident of from the hospital and feeling much Allyn and grandson of Mr. and better. Mrs. Elmer Beeson is staying with We hear Howard Wynn caught the Beesons and finishing high s nice fish near Harstine on Satur- day also Jewel Von Osten caught a school at North Mason. Donations for Fire Department and First Aid Car this past week: Mr. and Mrs. James Jones Mr. and Mrs. Alex Okonek. Mr. and Mrs. Roland Baker, Mr. and Mrs, Elmer Beeson. "Mexican Education" will be the subject of Junior Senior ;High School PTA meeting in the high school library April 18 at 8 p.m. This will be a continuation of the Elementary PTA's program. Mr. Lamb and other members of the faculty will discuss Mexican education particularly concerning the high school age students. They also plan to show slides and pic- tures which were not ready in time for the elementary meeting. 21 Junior-Senior High School P members are asked to sug- gest names for the Life Member- ship Award to be presented in May. Usually the person chosen has done a great deal for the wel- fare of children-and youth, either in home, school, church or com- munity• THE .JUNIOR- SENIOR High School PTA nominating committee reports the following candidates for next year's offices: president, Mrs. Thomas Davis; vice president, Mrs. Wilson Fortman; secretary, Pioneer PTO Blood Doners Get , ID r Fu st Call For Donations By Betty Ann Shero ton were in Seattle a week ago PIONEER. Your correspondent to attend the wedding of their had quite an experience last week daughter, Shirley to William at news time and I'm still shak- ing--I hit my first deer and I hope my last. There were no in- juries except to my nezwes and the poor deer was listed on the sheriff's report as unfit for hu- man consumption. The car re- ceived only minor damage but I will be a little more alert each time I pass that spot. Pioneer P.T.O. blood donors re- ceived their first call a week ago Friday for two pints of O positive blood for Mrs. Gene Lambert• The Jiick Shero's answered the S.O.S., both being of the type needed, but only Jack's blood was acceptable. Others in the Pioneer area who hadn't signed-up on the list fur- nished the additional blood. Pioneer P.T.O. met April 2 and an interesting talk was given by Irvin MeArthur on the proposed EASY TO Attorney John Ragan announced this week he is moving his office curfew in Mason County. The to a new location in the Title In- majority at the meeting was for suranee Building, 122 Railroad the curfew. The next meeting will be held May 7 and the P,T.O. fath- ers will be hosts for the evening. A movie titled "Our Land" which is sponsored by the Department of Natural Resources will be shown at the meeting and the election of officers will also be held. MR.. AND MRS. Harry Hamil- Avenue. Ragan said he plans open house in his new quarters Monday. Ragan has had his office in the Bell Building, 121 S. Fouth St. the past 18 months, where he has been in association with Glenn Correa. Raga n is city attorney. malta DRIVE OWN ! Y Exciting new blend of beauty and action.., in the low-price fieldl / What a simple, saving way to move into an Oldsmobile! The stylish, longer-looking F.85 sports a spirited aluminum V-8... maneuvers around tight turns and into snug parking places with equal ease! Yet it's priced right down in the low.price field! Fun.drive an F-85... today_! There's "Something Extra" about owning an OLDSMOBILEI OLDSMOB= 5% SEE YOUR LOCAL AUTHORIZED OLDSMOBILE QUALITY DEALER - .......... MELL CHEVROLET CO. 1st and Grove Sts, i r Towner at the University Chris- tian Church• Returning home with the Hamilton s Sunday were their five grandchildren. Jim and Shar- on Richards of Seattle. and Jeff, Aim and Gary Stroud of Bain- bridge Island for a week's visit. Recent visitors in the Ray Walker home, were Mrs. Grace Taylor. mother of Mrs. Walker and her brother, Bill Walker. and Ann Beck, all of Vancouver, B. C. Recent visitors in the Jack Shero home. were Mr. and Mrs." Pete Miller of Matlock: the Gar- land Foltz's of Seattle; Walt Carl- son of Deer Park: Ken Herman. Sedro Woolley: the John Dallam's, Shelton; Mr. and Mrs. Dick Shero, Connie and Mike of Quinault, and Betty Ann's father, Alex Johnson, Castle Rock. There seems to be a spot of danger that the residents of Leed's Loop Road should be aware, in fact there are two open, old wells located below the old Weaver place. One of them is partially concealed by an overgrowth of ivy. These could be fatal if not taken care of soon especially since that area is becoming more populated• Sunday. visitors in the Vic Au- seth home were the Buzz Hovind's of Arcadia Road. ONE OF OUR PIONEER area residents died in the Clinic Hos- pital last Saturday night--it was Mrs. Jennie Grunert. mother of Clarence Grunert. The community offers its ondolences to the Gun- erts and the rest of the family. Sibert Auseth celebrated his eleventh birthday by taking- a group of his friends to the swim- ming pool in Shelton. The Agate Sewing Club met last Wednesday evening in the home of Lou Younglove with seven mem- bers present. The next meeting will be held at Doris Auseth's. April 24 . A baby shower was given for Mrs. Bonnie Baxter at the home of her parents, the James Bax- ter James Baxter of Deer Creek. Nine ladies were present to en- joy the blue and pink cake which was decorated with a crib scene on top. The cake was baked and decorated by Mrs. Ralph Endicott. Mr. and Mrs, Elmer Strope and girls were Easter dinner guests of the Cliff VanderWal,s. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Shero and sons attended the wedding of Betty Ann's sister, Mrs. Bonnie Johnston to Freeman Grisvold, both of Castle Rock, Sunday after- noon. The marriage took place in the Gloria Dai Lutheran Church in Kelso with only the immediate families present. The reception was held in Sunset Lodge near Castle Rock. Mrs. Shero cut the wedding cake and another sister, Mrs. Walter Agren poured. A niece of the bride ary Agren pre- sided at the punch bowl. Betty Mac Grisvold. sister of the groom, opened the wedding gifts. Kathy Dickinson, daughter of was recently interviewed by a group of Junior 4-H Leaders and • the taped recording Will be played soon on KMAS radio. real nice fish by Harstine on Sun- day. Mr. and Mrs. Don Beeson enter- tained Margies brother and family, Mr. and Mrs. Chet Dove. Judy, and Debbie on Easter Sunday. MR. AND MRS. Russ Schillinger and family spent Easter in Taco- ma with Russ's sister and her family, Mr. and Mrs. Holstin Mr. and Mrs. Dick Rasmussen and family had a very lovely Eas- ter with Mrs. Rasmussen s tool:her in Tacoma. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Beeson spent Easter Sunday with their daugh- ter and her family, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Eldridge of Grapeview. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Van Slyke and daughter, Kim had Easter dinner with her folks, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jolley. Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Dishon had 30 guests for dinner on Easter. Several of the guests came from Tacoma and around. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lockwood, Nina's parents, were also in attendance and there were 15 grandchildren and 4 great grandchildren present. So nice to have a reunion to celebrate Eas- ter. A group of friends of the Earl Terrells who have made it an an- nual affair met this year at the Beachcomber restaurant in Port Orchard. Although the group was slightly smaller this year because of illness they had a grand time. After dinner they-all gathered at the Earl Terrell home and spent the evening reminishing oldtimes together and listening to one of the couples tell of their recent trip around the world. C. M. Mercer and daughter Mar- gie and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Tay- lor and two sons. Mark aud Ben. Because of the rain which damp- ened the area, an Easter egg hunt was held in the house. A NEIV GRANDSON was born to Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Clark, March 7 when their daughter, Mary and husband. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Jones who now live in Frank- lin. Pa.. became parents of their second child. %rilliam Lloyd. Rev. and Mrs. A. W. Graham and children of Tacoma ,gpent Easter Sunday with their daugh- ter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Phil Simmons. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Petty had Sunday dinner with their son, Robert Petty, and family who live in Skokomish valley. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Otto and children made a business trip to Tacoma last Thursday. The Herb Nelson's spent Easter Sunday with their son Bruce Nel- son and family in Shelton. Thursday Mrs. Sarah Butts, Olympia, called at the Eugene Tavlor home. IR. AND MILS. Eugene Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. Clem Sargent had several out of town visitors for Bible truth of a a the • was • g" in proclai ! number gathered f!, morning service fora chm'ch dining ro0m., There will be a., Grange hall Saturday( and Easter dinner. Mr. and Mrs. Wil- liam Martin of Long Beach. and Music their daughter Laura of Seattle. Ernest Wynn of Rochester, and anderlindezv BOWLING SHELTON RECREATION Pb. 4253903 or see Gale & 128 No. First St. 'SURE.BET" l'reut Your Family wafts, always and it's available a! Stores everywhere OR DELIVERED TO YOUR Shelton Mai ICE . / Another Quality KITSAP.MASON Product of 3rd at Grove • YOUR FARMER NEIGHBORS • phone