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PA0,E TTET/PON--MA ON JOI tgA?J--Pllbli. hed in tChr{stmn, tmrn. U. .AY, helton, Wn, hington Thur. &Y, t Shellon Yachl Club Opening Day Cruise Shelton Yacht Club me:,bers and guests will open the crtdsing seasen next Saturday wh,m tileir boats will leave the city (lock at 9:30 a,.m. and cruise in formation to Geralds Cove on Harstine Island. There will be a pollack ~(: 5 p.m. Ed Beaker, fleet capt'JilL has many activities pbmned ineh!ding dinghy races, balloon chase, man overboard practice and a dockside dance. There will be another pot- luck at 1 p.m. Sunday after which the boats will head back to the club. You Can't Beat The A Quality Tire at a Price You Can Afford i il : i i .... .i~!i;;~ :~: ~" ) = ! :/ii!ijii !i ~i, / i{ i TIM CARTE, one of the speakers for the forthcoming ~om- mencement exercises at Shelton High school, is president of Honor Society this year. He is also on the Highclimber tennis team. Math. analysis, chemistry, sec- ond ),eat' German, literature and civics are the subjects chosen by Tim Carte for his senior year at Shelton High School. Tim, a mem- be$" of Top Ten in his class of '64 will also be one of the commence- 2226 Olympic Hwy. No. ment speakers. ii i i i i i i iii i iii i , u i I iiii ii i i i Magic d Alumlaum will add permanent -., BEAUTY and CHARM to your "~~' EXCLUSIVE DISTRIBUTOR GENERAL MACHINE WORK AND ARC WELDING First and. Kneeland Streets Shelton Phone 426-3203 .... I i i i i i I i i i i i 1 1 1 1 1 i 1 i 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 q Born in Ann Arbor:, Mich., Tim came to Shelton when he was in the first grade. He is the son of Dr. and Mrs. Wayne B. Carte and will celebrate his 18th birthday May 4. An older brother, Mike, graduated from SHS last year. He has two sisters, Rots, an SHS junior, and Kris, Jhil)e years old. Tim is president of Honor So- ciety this year and belongs to Science Club and German Club. His abilities are not limited to the scholastic field. He is a member of the Highclimber tennis team and has turned out for basketball in the past. Tim's plans for the future are indefinite as to which college he will attend and what he wants to make his life's work. He is sure, however, that he will major in the science field. Water and snow skiing, tennis and reading are preferred hobbies of this week's featured senior. Ha has brown eyes and dark hair, and stands an even six feet tall. TOM MALIA)Y NAMED SEY CLUB PRESIDENT At the last meeting Of the St. Edward s Youth Club the follow- ing were elected as new officers for the coming year: Pl~esident, Tom Malloy; vice president, Linda Hathaway; secre.tary, Anne Con- nelly; treasurer,~ Mary Jo Tim- pant. It was decided to .go. roller skating this Friday night. The ex- pense of the skating will be borne by the SEY Treasury. Slides0f Tetons l injoyed By Hood ' Canal Clubwomen Slides of Jackson ttole, Wyom- ing, the 'Petons, and surrounding country were viewed I)y the Hood Can,d \Voman's Club~menlbers last Thursday when Mrs."Mabcl Burke :~howcd her fine collecti()ll and de- scvibe:l the country lind trails. ?,its. Be'Re spent last summer in tLc vicinity. The mounts,?,' business session was conduc~'-" l~y the president Mrs. Robert Iowe. Mrs. Nina Mil- ler, Mrs. Edward Jenner and Miss Dora Fredson were named to ad- minister the Oletha Stark mem- orial scholarship which is to be awarded to a deserving senior at Shelton High school to help fur- thor his or her education, as soon as the necessary arl'angetu(,nts can be made. Members, past preMdents ~td charter members of t11e ehlb ~11 celebrate the 37th birthday of the ch'ib's organization with a dinner pal'ty at 6:30 p.m. next Tuesday qt the Colonial house. Potlatch and Union members will bi~ hostesses The pr'/} will be $2.50 per plate Reservations should be made with Mrs. Edward Jenner at 877-5285 by this Saturday. Officers elected for the coming year include Mrs. Nine Miller, pre- sident; Mrs. Lester Ager, first Vice president; Mrs. William Gil- bert, second vice; Mrs. Edward Jenner, treasu~'er; Mrs. D, H. Pierce seei'etary; and Mrs. Robert Rowe, trustee for three years. The new officers will be installed at the May 21 meeting. Mrs. Millet" and Mrs. Rowe will be delegates to the State Conven- tion May 2-3 in N'eattle. Due to the untiring efforts on the part of Art 'chairm~n Mr=. Ethel Dalby, the club won an art award for outstanding participa- tion in the field of arts at the Olympic District's Spring Confer- ence in March. The Writers' Group will meet May 13 at 1 p.m, at the Potlatch home of Mrs. Arthur'Kraus. Any- one interested in attending is wel- come. A no-host potluek luncheon was served at 12:37_ p.y~ Luncheon Monday For Local Royal Neighbors Royal Neighbors of America wlll meet at 11:30 a.m. Monday at the Memorial Hall. Lunch will be serv- ed bV Mrs. Helga Mattaini and Mrs. "Ruth Moore. The convention of the Olympic Peninsula camps will be held April 29 in Olalla. ghelton camp will furnish the escort team. Ruth Moore will be vice oracle. All members are urged to at- tend Mon~ay's meeting. Door prize will be broughtl by l~Iv~. F. Liles. I1 1I NOW WITH No limit on months. No limit on miles, No ltmit as to roads. No limit as to speed. For the entire life of the tread. TUBE-TYPE Blackwel[ ALL TYPES t S,ZE: . with RIAPI IMA lI.. 1 6.70 x 15 $13.70 ~i ............. , u~.rX,~jJL~. YV[XJ~=-,,--* 710 X 15 16.25 ~uper-ourame zuzsyn is me ~tougnest ruDoer ~A]rTI~rI~IIT~AT&V ll'd~ | .'-- ~- .... ver used in Good ear tires ' rills. V kJ.,JL,,31 | x is l/./u e Y i iin " i , ....... - ' , ~ ,, ,* , ~ ..... , . 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MAIN 1 1 1 1 i FRONT & GROVE SHELTON 19th & PACIFIC, TACOMA PUYALLUP GOODYEAR DISTRIBUTORS FOR OVER 40 YEARS at" O O0 in CAROLYN RAGAN holds ,one-year-old Dabble while two-year-old Craig sits beside his mother in the above Journal photo. Carolyn, who is originally from Louisiana, shares a delicious Lemon Pudding Cake recipe with readers this week. A tangy Lemon Pudding cake gardening and watching sports is thi~ wSek's recipe from a fairly events. She is a member of the recent newcomer to our commun- Shel-Toa Orthopedic Guild, fine ity. Carolyn Ragan's dessert has Methodist church and the State a cake-like top covering a thick Home Economics Organization. creamy sauce and can be served * * * warm or cool, plain or with whip- Is:men Pudding Cake ped cream 1 cup sugar Carolyn and John are originally 3 tbsp. flour from Louisiana. John, now a local 3 tbsp. lemon juice (or more) atton~ey, was st~Tdoned at Fort I tbsp. lemon z~nd, grated Lewis during the Korean war. He ~/~ tsp. salt succumbed to the beauties of the 2 egg yolks Pacific Northwest, deciding this 2 egg whites was where he wanted to maffe h.m 1.cup milk ~, -- ' .....4, home. The Ragans lived first in l~lcna sugar, ~mur, ~,,LU,, juice Seattle, moving to Shelton about and rind, egg yolks, salt and milk, two and one-half years ago. They Beat well. F(~ld in stiffly beaten have two youngsters, Craig, t~o, egg whites. Pour into baking dish and Debbie, one. (uncovered}. Set in pau of hot Now that she has the children, water. Bake one hour in 250 de- Carolyn lists her family as her gree oven. Cool or serve warm, main hobby. She also likes sewing, plain or with whipped cream. Entertaining week Keeps Nuel Curtis VFW Aux. Busy Election of new officers was held last week by Nuel Curtis Auxiliary 5372, Veterans of For- eign Wars. Mrs. Curtis Macomber was elected president. Serving with her will be Mrs. W. H. Hunt. St'., ST. vice president; Miss Vallie Willey, Jr.. vice president, Mrs. Henry Hannigan, chaplain; Mrs. Pltil Hanify, treasurer; Mrs. Gor- don J. Squire, conductress: Mrs. James Hnffman, guard; Mrs. Ein- er Johnson, three year trustee. The Pos~ re-elected Kezmeth Grandy as commander for the sec- ond year. The following were elec- ted to serve With him: Senior vice commander, Frank DeMerio, Jr.; vice commander, Jess Brain; chap- lain, Laurence Dalton; adjutant, Arvith Christiansen; quartermas- ter, ttowar/1 Collier; trustees, No. 1, Leonard Alexander, No. 2, Kay Thompson, No. 3, Carl Nichols. Mrs. Gordon Squire was appoint- ed head of the comti~ittee for su- pervising meals for the Sound Re- trievers Club members wtmn they held their trial runs at Belfair. A~isting her were Mrs. Hannigan and Mrs. Huffman, as co-chair- iTlan, Mrs. Phil Hanify, local treasurer and Dept. of Washington secre- tary-treasure; represented the auxiliary in Tacoma when the Na- tional president, Lillian Campbell, was to make her official visit. Mrs. Campbell was unable to make the trip and sent Miss Beulah Adam- , past National president of Denver, Colo., in her place. Those attending were happy to renew her acquaintance, f the The auxiliary was guest o Ayuhat 4-tt group, which it spon- sors, for a potluck supper at Ta- hays. Several demonstrations were given and County Agents, Mrs. Jane Windsor and H. J. Van De- Riet talked on the changes science has discovered to help the farm- er and the housewife. A ben voyage party was held at the home of Mrs. Clarence Hen- ningsen in honor of Mrs. Hunt, ST., vice president-elect, who has left for an ocean voyage to England where she plans an extensive tour of the British Isles. National Music Week Dale Set May 3-10 National Music Week will be observed May 3-10 under the spon- sorship of the National Federa- tion of Music C't~bs and the Shel- ton Music Club. The 1964 theme is "Make Music Your Keynote for Living" The purpose of this annual ob- servance is to encourage more par- ticipation in music by the public. Music will be dedicated to Music Week by the churches, schools. and music teachers. A recital, es- say contest, musical tea and taped concerts will further publicize the week-long event. Shelton Music Club president, Mrs. James Barrom, says, "Music Is li~e universal langn~ge for all race.~ and creeds". Music Week chairman locally is Mrs. Bernice Stewart. ' SALVATION ARMY 'I'll t'CK N(~IlEI)ITI,I," Th,' Salvation Army lrll(,k will I)O ill IO\VE noxL Tuesday. A spe(,.- ial nee(1 foF used ;ll'tieh.s is l)e- ing t'(,li n()w due t o 1 il(' r('cont AlnM