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PAGE 12 SHELTON--MASON COUNTY JOURNAL-, Published in "Christmastown, U.S.A.", Shelton, Washington See Emerson TV and Stereo ai Johnny&apos;s Husic Box 205 Cota St. Public Installation This Sunday For The Moose Lodge The public is invited to attend ceremonies installing new officers of Shelton Moose Lodge No. 1684 at 7:30 p.m. Sunday at the lVtoose Airport Hall. The installing officer will be Past Governor. Cecil Bingham, He wilt be assisted by the drill team of the Shelton Women of the Moose. Visitors from neighboring lodges have been invited and are expected to attend. Included in these, are the new officers of Olympia who will be installed earlier the same day in ceremomes at their lodge hdll in Lacey. Refieshments will be served. SEY CLUB SLATES POTLUCK MEETINGS The St. Edward's Youth Club will hold a potluck meeting this Friday at 6 p.m. in the church basement. Following dinner, the planned activity will be a treasure hunt. FOR6ETS IMPORTAHT DATE :::v-::::::r:f: ::: : ::::.: :i::: This quick-thinking young wife. who forgot her mother-in-law's birth- day till the last moment, didn't send an "I forgot" card or whip up a belated fudge cake. She just called her mother-in-law by long distance (after 6p.m.. when rates were lower), and the whole family said"Happy Birthdayl"Why don't you spread some joy among your kinfolk, by long distance, Ibis evening? PACIFIC NORTHWEST BELL _ _ ....v-v-..*..... 00Social Even ts00. Society Editor Marj Waters Phone 46--+412 High School Spotlight + GARY COMBS has been an asset to the Highclimbe football and track teams for the past three years. In the winter sport he played fullback. Shot, discus and javelin are his track events. Gary Combs, 191-lb. ISR senior, keeps in shape between football and track season by lifting weights. During football season he gets plenty of exercise playing fullback on the Highclimber squad. He is a three-year football letter- man. Gary ia a consistent first place wmner in track. His events are shot, discus and javelin. He has also earned a track letter each of his three years in high schol. Although he has done well in sports, Gary has not neglected pre- paring himself academically for TV SETS FOR REHT Dont Miss the Fun and Entertainment of Television TAYLOR RADIO ELEOTRIG 4th & Cota 426-6602 the fUture. He hopes to attend Washington State University and train to be a mechanical drawing teacher. He has taken algebra, bookkeeping, drafting, civics and biology this year.- Drawing and hiking are two pastimes Gary enjoys. He also likes playing the accordion and zs a member of the Ramblin".Four, a musical group that plays for dances. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Combs of Dayton are Gary's parents. He has two younger brothers at home. Gary was born Jan. 29, 1945. in Oxnard, Calif. and came to Shel- ton at the age of six. Gary is 5'11" and has brown bair'and blue eyes. Dirt Dobbers To See Flower Arranging Mrs. Emily Sherwood, accredit- ed flower judge, will be present at next Tuesday's meeting of the Dirt Dobber Garden Club to be held at I0 .m., in the PUD build- ing. She will teach.classes in flow- er arrangmg to the members.: There will be a potluck lunch- con. $P From Our Land . . . '"" ".i:"+++m ..... .......  ghstenmg fingers over the rch soil, ' IL,,/////,,, ti nourishing the sprawling horizons  1 "" of sugar beet fields. A single U andI  sugar beet- which grows :arger and richer in our fertile Washington  M the growing season. MADE IN wASHINGTON 00,01 sUGflg puRE :iHE GRANULATED .... combining this freshness with carbon diox- and the captured vitality of sunlight in nature's own "food factory", .... to make sugar, It's one of $i:' ........ nature's miracles, Harvested from i;:,.ili!:, the soiZ, the fat, healthy '.. .... +'..".g  U and I sugar beets are :v..'.::.:::.,,. "::.!.::i ." ! shipped by truck and __ ::: .'-::::::..::: . : :::.:::: - " <:" IP1 ........ train... ... to gleaming U and I sugar beet factories in Moses Lake and Toppenish, where an exacting process of efining and quality control make these beets into pure U andI sugar. If you live in our wonderland of Washington, always buy home. grown U and I -- the purest, sweetest, [inest sugar that nat and man can produce. Open Inslallalion .... Of New VFW Auxiliary Officers Slated May 3j Recipe Favorites 0fCount; Residents New officers for 1963-64 of the Ladies Auxiliary to the Veterans of Foreign Wars will be installed in a public installation at 8 p.m. May 3 in the Memorial Hall. Mrs. Darrell Sparks will be in- stalled as the new president. Ser- ving with her will be: Sr. vice president. Bernice Jansson; Jr. vice president, Nancy Card; chap- lain. Arma Springer: conductress, Arlene Smith; secretary, Foe Rob- inson: treasurer. Florence Hamil- ton; banner bearer. Viola Laugen. Flag bearer. Ruth Nelson; color Bearer No. 1, Colleen Gephart: col- lor bearer No. 2, Cecelia Gunter; color bearer No. 3. Merle Vander- Wal; color bearer No. 4, Vi Brum- bough; patriotic instructor. Jes- sie Cox; historian. Marian John- son; musician. Stella Booth; assis- tant musician, Marie McKay; guard, Mary Jadin; trustee No. 1. Viola Laugen; trustee No. 2, Sue Weaver; trmtee No. 3, Daisy Pin- ney. Mrs. Sue Weaver m in charge of refreshments. Decorations are under supervision of Arlene Smith, Betty Godwin, Bernice Jansson and Josephine Sparks. All committee chairmen must have their reports in to the de- partment chairmen by May 10, the deadline date. Evergreen PTA 'To Elect New Officers Tonight The Evergreen PTA will meet again ths evening in the school auditorium at 8 p.m. for the Ap- ril meeting. Rev. Martin Wick of the Mt. View Christian Missionary Alliance church will give the in- vocation and Brownie Group No. 726, under the leadership of Mrs. Hellman, will post the colors. The election of new officers will be the important order of business for the evening. Following, Marvin Christensen, :Mason County Juv. Chile Officer, will be the special speaker of the evening. He will explain this position and the du- ties for whi he is responsible in the county. Refreshments will be setwed fol- lowing the meeting. All parents are urged to attend. Dominican Republic Subject For American Legion Auxiliary Meet A larger attendance tan usual enjoyed the April 16 American Le- gion Auxiliary meeting at the Me- morial Hall. An interesting report on living and working conditions in the Dominican Republic was given by Pan American Relations chairman :Mrs. Etna Eliason. Later pictures of this interest- ing island were shown by :Mr. and Mrs. Roy Clinton. A doll dressed in full costume of the area was on display. The American Leg, ion Auxiliary has made a 20 year study of the Dominican Republic' and as a re- sult is attempting to establish rur- al schools to teach at least the fundamentals of reading, writing and arithmetic to the children as well as better home-keeping meth- ids, better farming, sewing, sni- tation, first aid, small machine repairs, etc. in evening classes for adults. Auxiliaries have been con- tributing this year to a fund to help this program. Poppy Days, :May 24-25 was an- nounced. Plans for the Poppy sale were presented by Poppy chair- man, Mrs. Addle Norris. Spring conference is to be in Tacoma :May 9. Delegates elected to attend were Mrs. Shirley Clin- ton with Mrs. Frances Luhm as alternate. A nominating committee con- sisting of Mrs. Charlotte Gardner, Mrs. Ann Levin and Mrs. Martha Witsiers was appointed. Following adjournment refresh- ments were served. CHEWY WALNUT SQUARES are a favorite at Furn Cramer's house. Furn finds this recipe especially useful when company is coming on short notice. The speed with which they can be pre- pared in no way detracts from the delicious flavor of the cookies. Crunchy, chewy cookies are a favorite with most cookie fondlers. Furn Cromer's Chewy Walnut Squares fill the bill. not only for flavor, but for ease of prepara- tion. When Furn finds out she has company coming on short notice she mixes up a panful of these family favorites and sticks them in the oven. Furn is a charter member of the Shelton General Hospital Auxin iary. She acted as treasurer of the Shelton Garden Club for two years and has spent many years in PTA work. At present she is devoting most of her spare time to her church, the Latter Day Saints. Furn and her husband, Harold, were quite dismayed recently to discover their son. Philip, will be graduating from Irene S. Reed high school at exactly the same time their daughter, Mary Lynne's graduation is scheduled at East- ern Washington State College. Hobbies listed by Furn are read- ing and cooking and making handicrafts for church bazaars. CHEWY WALNUT SQUARES 2 eggs i tsp. vanilla 2 cups brown sugar 1 cup sifted flour Ve tsp. soda. V2 tsp. salt 1 cup choped walnuts Beat eggs, add brown sugar and Visitors From Pasco For Local Family Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Smothers. Melinda and Dean of Pasco. were Easter week-end guests of Mrs. Smothers' sister and husband. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Hawley, and her mother, Mrs. Arvilla Wiley, Shel- ton. Mrs. Wiley returned home with the Smothers where she will spend the next two months. First class Seaman Dean Smo- thers returned to his ship, the Ben Homme. in Bremerton Easter Sun day. He will be stationed there un- til August. vanilla. Mix in sifted dry ingred- ients and walnuts. Bake in large loaf cake pan about one hour at 300 degrees. Cut is squares while warm. Stork Shower At Deer Creek Home A Stork Shower for Mrs. Jesse Ells was held at the Baxter home on Deer Creek April 11. Mrs. Ells, whose home is in Renton. is the former Bonnie Baxter. daughter of Mr. and Mrs, James Baxter'. The table was decorated in the Easter theme and high-lighted by a cake with a cradle and balSy on top, baked and decorated by Mrs, Ralph Endicott. Mrs. Florence "White was the hostess. :Many lovely gifts assure a well- dressed baby in the near future. County Schedule Meeting The Mason Association will meeting at day at the Pro at Kamilche. The morning voted to business. ricers in Clark, president; son. vice HoltmT. Wright. publicity. A potluck served at noon bringing food Special afternoon, will be culture Washington at Puyallup. principles of lustrate with Wearue has ture specialist worked with the mental station and with the EX  Snohomish Hostesses for be the the Lake the Progress right at the exit and travel of a mile. For The will meet at 10 a,: day at the home ' Cornell, 1324 will follow the :Mrs. Chas: strate the Thirteen visitors en jewelry at the last IN WASHINGTON BEER A As natural as the wholesome grains and which it is brewed, beer is Wash! nc n's age of moderation-- light, sparkling, delicious, And naturally, the Brewing Industry is prouc living it .provides .for so many .fOlks in only for employees of the Brewing Industry for the farmers and other suppliers of gredients. In Washington, beer beiongs--enjY @ UNITED STATES. BREWERS AssoCIATIOIq' A Delight/u/Iv New VANILLA-GARMEL REVEL TOPPED WITH Navy 5[others To Install Officers New officers of Navy Mothers Club No. 247 Will be installed next Thursday at 7:30 p.m. at the Me- morial Hall To be installed are: Commander. Mrs. G. ,Fanning; first vice com- mander, :Mrs. M Prouty; second vice commander. Mrs. :M. Le- Marsh; adjutant, Mrs. D. Pinncy; finance, :Mrs. O. Dean., color bear- er, Mrs. E. Sharp; banner bear- er, Mrs. C. Piper; Chaplain. :Mrs. B. Lord; judge advocate. Mrs. M. Richardson; first matron at arms. Mrs. ,M. Baxter; second matron at arms, Mrs. G. Wescott. The installing officers will be Chief Robert Werner and- Chief Don McErven. FOUR GENERATIONS :FOR ],]ASTER SUNDAY DINNER Mrs. Clara Piper entertained 32 members of her family for Easter, a group which included four gen- erations. Her four daughters with their husbands and Children were present, however, her one son in California was unable to attend. Four great-grandchildren to Mrs. Piper, were in attendance, Now Available At Your Favorite GIVE YOUR FAMILY A TREAT TONIGHT TREAT YOUR GLUB LUNGHEON TOMORROW Another +00,%KITSAP.MASON DA Product 3rd at Grove YOUR FARMER NEIGHBORS phone