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April 22, 1971     Shelton Mason County Journal
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tp The Hood Canal Federated Woman's Club will hold a Friendship Tea in their clubhouse in Potlatch on Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. Mason County girls who entered the High School Girls Sewing Contest will be honored, and will be presented with cash awards All women and girls are welcome. First place award was won by Betty Stickland of Lilliwaup; second place by Sondra Blongren of Shelton, and third place by ul held in the Potlatch clubhouse, and will be installed at the May meeting Luncheon hostesses last Thursday were Mesdames Jack Catto, Carl Hansen, Charles Meadowcroft and Frank Crichton. Decorations and program carried out the theme for the month, "May the Mountains Lift Your Eyes and the Hills Demand Your Climbing." Guests of honor were the Forest Festival Court The Princesses were attired in Hoodsport Ranger District, narrated slides of wildlife, recreation, Alpine Country and Timber Management in the Olympic National Forest The Hood Canal group were among the nine Federated Women's Clubs from Mason, Kitsap and Pierce Counties who attended the Peninsula District Spring Conference held in Tacoma on Wednesday. At this semi-annual conference awards ,were presented to clubs for Lou Cow les Lou Cowles has taught music since her high school days. She was born in Minneapolis, but on Pamela Bloomfield of Hoodsport. matching outfits fashioned by outstanding achievements in Honorable mention was given to themselves and Mrs. Douglas Conservation, Education, Fine raised and educated in Portland, i.. ,, Rona Harper of North Mason and Larson, chaperone, wore a suit Arts, Home Life, International Ore. where she took up residence Terri Anderson of Hoodsport. matching that of Paul Bunyan. Affairs and Public Affairs. Guest at the age of six weeks. "~,~,~ // A new slate of officers was Bernard Altenbach and sneaker was Mrs Arthur Hill She was graduated front the elected at the April 15 meeting Harold Drake, employees of the president of Seatile Federationl Ellison White Conservatory where U.S. Forest Service with the she majored in piano and violin, - and for ten years played with the Portland Symphony Orchestra ~ / I I_*__ t-~. n -- m ~, _ A _ under Vilhelm Von Hoogstraten. cnouarsnnp unsplays And t:vents bet In 1929 she was married to m . , m m . . Dale Cowles. Three daughters and o~ Party Held For I~nf;onol Mueie" Waak a son were born to them all of ~ ~Ui;;::" / my. m ~,~u.~uw,~w mvJv,~J~ vv.,~ whom stilt reside in Oregon. ,/ ~ " "One studied ~?~" ~ll ~l IM'l JlJ~llr~ National Music Week Mrs R W. Norvold. A musicale ............daughter ,, ....... Ih~l f"~i I U~,,~ll / ......... ' . ", " , , , . ViOlin says Mrs. towles ano ~iL~.~" sponsorea may z mrougn May v has been arrangea ny co-cnalrmen _....,u',.... ..... :_, ...... " ....... ;.. , J,. . n xr . r~ ~ .- r ~,. . ~. ~ i. dlIUI-ILCl tJl lily ~IlIS ~/UII 1 lllLIT~l~ ] m % The annual Scholarshin oy me National reaeranon o~ Mrs James uarrom anu mrs. ~-,- ~, - ..... :, I ~,,,~ v . . ' . . . . scnolarsulpout alan t use it - ::', Soft-Drink Party of the Mason Music Clubs will be observed Bernhard Wlnleckl. Special ,_ " ......... ]i~)~, - .... ' . , ., ...... . sne marrleu lnsteau, her , ~ General Hospital Auxiliary was locauy ny many events under the numbers Will oe playeu oy a string ~au hter ..... v " i I: . . u g s nau ai one time a ocal , held at 3"30 p m April 6 in thedirection of the LocaL Music Club. trio featuring Mrs. Oliver Ashford ......... I i' .... . ......... ' trio anu entertalneu on raulo I I hospital dining room On May 2 Shelton churches cello Mrs Dean rammer ViOlin" . ..... a ~ i ' " ' . ' iron| vornana I F~ Fern Cramer is Auxiliary will dedicate sacred music and and Mrs Harvey Hillman prone .... " . _. , ~_ d .... Iney were orougnt up on board chairman in charge of Radio KMAS will offer at I p.m. Residents of Fir Lane Terrace ........ [ ~ ....... _ ...... music LOU t~owles explains I nursing scholarshins Already in each bunuay a classical concert Convalescent Center and hie|ton - ',, ,. , , .. ,. " I r . - ........ . ,, .,, , "anu all my Cnlluren love it 1 lUqt I the scholarship program are Emily prepareu oy or. Andrew ueeliK. Manor ~urslng name wm oe ....... ' " " I " ~ ...... wlsn my seven granacnuaren were ~ I Bmll~,! Meyer, Judy Denoyer and Darlene The Mason County chapter ofentertained by organist mrs. LOS - "; ....... u /'n . . nearer, fa love to teach them " Schmlege, who gave informational the Washington State Music Larson a Music Club member I'he .~ , . ;. ~ , I ll~,]/ - . . . . ' . iwelve years ago LOU aria her , talks. Teachers' Associahon will present Washington Corrections Center ....... J ,, nusoanu came to bnelton Attending were 24 ~irls their students in a May Festivalwill participate in various " , ....... ~ . ..... ~ ~ [ ,,,~ F I" re resen i helto ' - .... p.m. - l alan t teacn nere at ilrst ....... ,;, ,~fS~**"'~m~llJ p t ng S n High School, Recital at 7:30 on May 3 In departments. ' d : LOU states except Ior a Iew Mary M. Knight and North Mason the United Methodist Church. Schools and libraries will offer . " " " ~ [ I ' neighborhood children ~ ' ~ |" High School. Laurel Nelson The Scholarshin Silver Tea of displays, and windows of special " [ I / ~~ hospital administrator, and Kay the Shelton Music Club will be interest have been preparedShe,was widowed seven y~a, rsl il ago anu resumed her career >ne Radcliff director of nurses were held from 3 p m to 5 p m on jointly by the Shelton Music Club , " " [ [ O ' . .... . . . . teaches in her Island Lake home ' , present. May 6 in the home of Dr. and and Junior Pizzicato Music Club . , " I l=, ,i lessons negInnlng at 7 15 a m At u .b , ~. in Millers Department Store and " " : '. I~~ I[ ...... 9 a m she starts her secretarial l iJl il Jonnny s MUSIC DOX. ~ ' m -. i Hi work in the United Methodist I~ [- ] , Church office. Her music lessons |lil MRS. FLOYD RIDOUT, Washington State ESA president, n i resume at approximately 3 p.m. ~U COWLES ...... " "^r ~" ....... -~ule for - t...,.., ~au~e~ In lie uu~y ~',.II~u looks on as Governor Dan Evans signs a proclamation I I . II m and continue until 6 p.m. .. I designating May 1 through May 7 as Epsilon Sigma Alpha I ~ . J I Installarlon Lou Cowles is a member of COtTee. -1 week. ESA, an international society, was founded 42 years I ~ i T /'% I% ~ V m {~ I Washington State Music Teachers :.~ ago. The local chapter. Beta Zeta. was chartered in ,0~ .n~ I I' 7 ::: there are now more than 40 chapters in the state. _ ef For 2lfSthn 1 a ow i o 2 t A-e " , ....... Her hobbies include many ura;t,'t~ " l us olli' New Fie ted ' ~/~/~,- P,w,p. ~[ Y~~/~ ~t/~, m~'~[-~~ [ At the Friday meeting of the types o~ needlework ~ne resta ' ut the work was too saved 1cPlr Xrl'~ ] [VFW Auxiliary nlans were made ...... ,hard I was often cleaning the until soft st" I / .... - ^ ~. crocnets makes nooKeu rugs, ana. .. :" .... - : ~or~SK~ I I tar the installation at otticers " ..... Kltcnenat lour O'CLOCK in the sauce mzx, L~l New officers of Beta Zeta $ O0 to charita le organizations. sews, [asnlonlng garments Ior . s and liq I Jan Danford, Socuety Ed0tor l which will be heldMay 7th at ......... morning and we opened at 5 ntushrooni. ~T& ('hapter. bpsilon Sigma Alpha Future events for members l ......... nerseli and two granu-uaugnters. ' . , ~- ~.,~urS o,i~ I I t~:uo p.m. In tne wiemonai She also ardens am." slnImer ~ 72 m. ~ were elected at the 8 p.m. include a mother's Tea on I / Building This will be an open ,~ g, " , , _ A Christmas gift from her tender. Rcmove St~'~ meeting held on April 14 in the Sunday, given by sponsored CampI . " ...... ' t, araenlng anu yaro-worK ...... -.~m - meeting and the public is invitedff r a lot of t'e a u v " " orotner was a suoscrlptlon to to serve, t~ home of Mrs. Glenn Sowers. Mrs. Fire Groups and a Founder's Day o te n r p enc alue ......... avert ' Plans are also under way for. ............ Gourmet Magazine in whnch Another f ~ Floyd Ridout was co-hostess, dinner konor]ng mothers at 6:30 . mrs. t.owles aeclares, bne nKes an ........ ' .. -slllll~ the VFW Forest Festival lunch in ...... sne nnus lntormanve reaulng as . ..... .,.. r..h S~I }leading the slate for p.m. on May 3 in Taylor Towne. ~~,~,o--n ~' #~',~'#'% W/%n k* . . sorts oi hewers, ann ner large .... ~vucauu ...... ;~';tff~ . , .-.o , . . . . lawn ts surrounded by..woo~a~Ls ...... 2/3 cups pltte 1971-197~ alarM,s. Bill Kimbel ..... .~ May, in which month Buddy . well as interesting recipes. Jhe . driP,~ ,,,. ,.~.,~, ,,m .,~,,..... ~.. ~..,. ~ ,--.~;~ ~.,:,.,,a-n Poppies~l be sc~d.. "1 Once had drgatt~Jl~" tin: 'P'ublIca!ln'~eaq~,'/''nnlh deals 2 cuns fresh~ vice-president; Mrs, Lucille - - ....... The aux~[llary received a extenswe vegetable gar " ' she .'- . . . ' crab meat ' ,, .,~.~, . teaturmg the local recipes and O1~ Latha,,,, secretary': Mrs. t d Enrollment .,, Fete,, ,von ,.=,~r=men, sponsor trophy as the VFW says, but afterscreelu.,~ .... soll .......... " Vzcupshopped' ........ ways wire lOO(1, her eraser, a -ise ~!1 ('alnpbell, trcasurer: and Mrs. nantam league came in first place for one row ot carrots last year ---. oic:. - '- .... *-^o:--- :~ - 1 cupmayonna -All Kyron Wilson, parliamentarian. "r I~ ! I ]l ' . . , ~llU~lan uy pxutc~lun, La ia OX~ Mr. and Mrs. Otto E. Wojahn He has served, and continues again this year. the vision faded.' ..... tsn erated lena ~t~;!i O,~. Mrs. Kimbel will announce 10 De r ela .......... gourmet cooK as a notmy. .,.o ..e. of Union will retire on April 30. to serve as Chief of the Union. T h e P o s t is see k lng She likes to cook but seldom ...... 3 tbsp lemonjUlCe.,~ ~K ...... ' t'lne IO OClS as Well as " CO appointive chairman at a later e~ " On April 29 at 8 p.m. In the Fire Department. He is a member applications for the Shelton High prepares big meals for herself ~e" ........ cup chopped ~l u IIgntIUl people wonuertul date/ . , by moose Union Fire Hall an Open House of the Hood Canal Improvement School Carpentry Class and VFW alone, weat '. ,.',,,~,, ...... ,,vocadoS ~ fftqd rvlrs, ltuntley, for nine years a will ...... be held for them by the Club and most actlve In all ClVlC Housing program The deadline - "It's a red letter day " she ...... her and beautiful scenery qqt shredded 10~m~ , , ~' nlgnnghted her last spring s tour ~'" ' ~ ,,._ Union Ladies Civic Club, the affairs for a hcations is e ohV teacher at Rogers School, was Enrollment of candidates will ..... pp " ' i' May 27, and laughs, 'when my kids cam ....... ',', , "- - wedges ripe ' ,!.~ featured speaker, and Mrs. Jim be held by Shelton Moose Lodge o~ me Hawalan islands anu sne ' oll " Hood Canal Improvement Club The Wojahns have two they should be mailed to VFW home Then l can go all out in my .... ". ' Reserve a few 2~ and the Union Fire Department married children, Donald and Housing Program, Rt 1 Box 642 cooker " plans, to go Dace again. "~u re dining Ottltt~ McNam:~a reported that to date No. 1684 on Saturday in the . 1 m oIn to tour Europe ,, . , , Y ..... t. t -m" the chapter had given more than Moose Lodge at the airport. We w~sh to show our MaryAnn. Shelton, Wash. 98584 The VFW She and her husband once . g g , . Mix with Crab na . some uay too ,, sne insists "ny Cocktails will be served at 6 " ' n of the owned taurant on the Or g hoe" -' '- ' Blend toget *~l appreciation of the many Everyone is welcome at the handles the selectio ares e on hero V&itina p.m. and dinner at 7 contributions that they have Open House t0 be held in honor family for whom the house will coast and during this time Lou K or oy crOOK: peel 2 tbsp lel.2.~l.~! p.m., .......... made to the commun,ty, says of Mr and Mrs Otto E. Wojahn. be built c .... tes' ac-uired .... ,' a~al of In the meant,me Mrs,. Cowles . ........ ' r.o.o "~' '~ ........ ~ followed by enrollment at 8 p.m. " . " .... "1 - s ..... and ,, , . ................. , Mr. and Mrs. Carl ttoman of Dancing to the music of Lynx Mrs George Snuffs, president of her cat, Obedlah J. Beast, u:.. ,,~-~,,,t 2]3",)~ Ox Yoke Guest Ranch, Laramie, will begin at 9:30 p.m. with an the Union Ladies' Civic Club, "We enjoy their lfome and collect ~'o~,,~o~'oemiXi~~ Wyo. are visiting in the honle of early morning breakfast to be are fortunate to have two such , ~-~ a't'o ~ fabulous recipes such as mix:tu'~'~ ~ fine people as residents. | in#,~ | ]~i~ ~ " Mr. and Mrs. Bill Haman. Bill served by the men of the Moose ' " .......... as been a ---~ i~ ~1 ! Ilk, t~'/,~ [ Stuffed Steak Roll Cut avocados lrttt~ tloman is Carl's brother, at minimal cost. LUCUle wojann n" ....... ~ 1 flank steak (or round steak) and skin and rlJb.'~l clerk in the union post omce ~...,~ I~1--. -. -. .-/ ~''~ flank ste k h " *" r flavor 1% ..... man|u;~]l They will also visit his In addition to Moose ......... t 1 f"l/'t~ i[~/t~rl"''~-~ ~: ~ ' , a as a nette - : tDlSp olle ~