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April 29, 1971

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ISS lie Mr. and Mrs. Richard E. Peterson Double Ring Rites Unite Couple In April Ceremony Matching double rings were exchanged in the April 10 rites that tmited m matrimony Sandra Anne Borovesky, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. (;eorge Borovesky of tt~od~pozt, and Richard E. Peter,am oi Olympia, son of Mr. and MIs. ('litton Peterson of Aibton, Nob. Pastor Ken Robinson oliicialed at the 2 p.m. ceremony m the Faith Lutheran (hurch where yellow and white daisies and daflodils filled large white baskets, and white candles were lighted by Richard Hores. In the presence of 75 guests the bride, attired in full length bonded white crepe, was given m marriage by her father. Her gown was styled with long belled sleeves and trimmed with small, white, yellow-centered synthetic daisies ot yellow and white, combined with lace. Maid ot honor Sandra Badrin wore a dress styled identically to that of the bride but fashioned of daisy-Hocked light blue voile. She wore corsages of yellow and white daisies. Following the ceremony a reception was held in the clubhouse of the Hood Canal Women's Club which was ornamented with deep blue and yellow baskets filled with yellow and white daisies and daffodils. Identical flowers trimmed the three layer circular cake made by Joyce Scott. Serving were Chris Bevis, Jan Johnson, Hazel White, Ella Baskin, Esther Jarvis and Jeanne Lindgren, cousin of the bride. Linda Bevis attended the guest book and at the gift table were Wendy Bolender and Gaye Scheel. Flower centerpieces were arranged by Esther Jarvis, aunt of the bride. The bride, a Shelton High School graduate, is now attending Olympia Vocational Technical Institute. The groom was graduated from Albion High School and has recently completed four years of service The Shelton Assembly of God Church was decorated with Candelabra for the February 14 wedding of Sheila Mac Hickson of Mercer Island, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James C. Hickson of Shelton, and Robert M. Stone of Seattle. Standing in place of the deceased parents of the groom, Mr. and Mrs. Norris Earl Stone, were Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Binkley of Bellingham. The Rev. Mason Younglund performed the double ring ceremony at 9:30 p.m. before approximately 50 guests, who were seated by Gary Pope and Robert Wilkowski wearing blue brocade dinner jackets. In an gown of white nylon chiffon over satin, the bride was given in marriage by her father. Her entire dress and train was appliqued with white daisies and the hem and bodice were trimmed with embroidered lace. The long, sheer sleeves were cuffed, and the stand-up collar was fashioned of embroidered lace. Her elbow-length illusion veil was caught with a coronet of petals and pearls, and her heart-shaped bouquet of white carnations was centered with a cross of red roses. Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Stone Matron of honor Susan Pope and bridesmaid Carolyn Cariaga wore full-length gowns of wine-colored velvet styled with full sleeves and empire waists. Small hairpieces were fashioned of white net and matching velvet, and they carried long-stemmed white carnations. TODAY'S Jan Danford, Society Editor Flower girt Darbi Berggren was attired in a floor-length skirt with a wine-colored velvet bodice The upper portion of her full sleeves were made of velvet. Best man was Michael Nelson Candles were lighted by Robert Wilkowski and Penny Nelson, whose black velvet floor length Orthopedic Guild Schedules Annual Spring Festival To benefit Mary Bridges Children's Hospital, the Planche Radtke Orthopedic Guild will hold its annual Spring Festival on May 4 th from l 1 a.m. untd 3 p.m. in the tfoliday Beach Clubhouse north of Hoodsport. The luncheon features a '" ,,"lonamal-ers needlework and art show with gown was made with an empire waist and three-quarter sleeves. Julie Farrimond was musician, and Jamie Hickson, sister of the bride, sang "Hawaiian Wedding Song" and "A Time For Us". The mother of the bride wore a red dress with black shoes and gloves. Mrs. Brinkley wore dress and gloves of navy blue and her shoes were silver. Their corsages of red and white carnations were tied with red and white ribbons. Red and white crepe paper streamers, a red and white carnation; centerpiece and valentine figures comprised the decor for the Dayton Community ttall where the reception was held after the wedding. The four-tiered white cake was ornamented with red roses and topped with a wedding bell. Mrs. Marion Wilkowski, Miss Betty Moon and Miss Kathy Mitchell served while the guest book and gift table were attended by Elizabeth Winings, sister of the bride. Musical entertainment was provided by John Avery and his band. The bride is a 1968 graduate of Shelton High School and was graduated in 1969 from the Automation Machine Training Center in Kansas City, Mo. She is employed in the National Bank of Commerce of Seattle. The groom is a gl'aduate of the Junior-Senior ttigh School in Kansas City and is employed in the ttarborview Medical Center at the University of Washington. The Robert Stones will live on West Queen Anne Hill in Seattle. many articles for sale including Peninsula District Women homemade baked goods and plants. A flea market will be in Hold Convention In Tacoma operation. The Blanche Radtke The Peninsula District of the Tacoma; Home life, and also Orthopedic Guild held their April The birthday of Mrs. John Washington State Federation of Public Affairs - Hood Canal meeting at the home of Mrs. John Nunamaker and her son Jim was Women's Clubs held their 20th Federated Woman's Club. Knefiland, of Potlatch. A work celebrated in connection with the Semi-Annual Conference in Mrs. Forest Ayers, district party was held on April 21 at the April birthdays of six other Tacoma last Wednesday. Mrs. Fine Arts Chairman, presented Lilliwaup Falls home of Mrs. family members on April 18 in Harold Drake, president, presided Mr. Leonard Schuchman who Russel Smith. the Seattle home of her husband's over the Spring Conference and directed the Lincoln High School The guild worksallyear cousin. Mrs. Orey Rush, 1 st. Vice Mixed Chorus in a musical toward this one annual moneyThe annual observance is held President was in charge of program. Mrs. Ayers also arranged making project for the Mary in a different family home each convention program. Guest of a Fine Arts and Crafts display of Bridge Childrens Hospital. Lastyear with friends attending to honor was Mrs. Albert Kulzer,articles made by the clubwomen, year this guild, with only 14 share a potluck dinner and past state President of the Guest speaker, Mrs. ArthurR.members, was able to send birthday cake. WSFWC. Hill, President of the Seattle $900.00 to thehospital, withAlso present were the TOBI FRINT is very fond of her pet Dachshund, Hold Birthday Tobi Lends Helping Observance When Mother Needs A A cat called "Tiny Kitty" and "1 played a little dog named Heidi bring a says, "but I lot of happiness to a young lady learned clarinet." -i named Tobi Frint whose manyWith the Girl, interests and activities include " Association cooking. Tobi is the ten-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Frint of Hoodsport, who have owned and operated the Old Mill Tavern and Cafe for the past 12 years. She has a 14-year-old brother, Dana. through 9, she soft-ball, basket kick-ball. She belongs t~ Thimbles 4-H Club, sorts of things cooking a friend, Vicky wore a hght blue picture hat and with the U. S. Navy. He is Considered by the delegates Federation and Second Director proceeds from their Spring Show. Nunamakers daughter, two sisters ~, ean-ied a small w~baskt of emptoyea~b.z.Gifford jh, e.. ,were.res~ti~a.,.~W,~O~., fla~ W~.~a~/~ke on the .... This year's ev~rtt iNomises to and. a cousin with their fa~ni!~s, { I_ight blue ribbon trimmed couple will live lmtiI June at no ana ...... E/.ea'n"Ul~ the world, -'l~he tieneral the sr.,rL white, low-waisted which time they plan a delayed Environment". Federation of Women's Clubs." ~ d~css ~I ih>wer girl Jan /)can, in W/joSk" hair were daisies. In a small ~hiie basket she carried daisy pctMs. Ring bearer was Jimmy l.mgrcn, cousin of the bride Best man Joseph Sidney and ushers Richard Flores. John McSween and John Adams wore Navy umforms. Michael Connolly was musician and vocalist with Kris Rickards as accompanist. Fhe' mother of the bride was dressed in mint green lace with matching coat and white accessories. The groom's mother chose light blue and her aecessoNes were also white Both nnua[ The annual Penny Drive sponsored by the Mason County Orthopedic Association will get under way on Saturday. It is the only public appeal for funds to be made by the Children's Orthopedic Hospital and Medical (enter of Seattle. "Cakes For Coins", decorated by members of the Rainier Guild, will bc placed in many places of business during the drive, chairman of which is Mrs. Charles Itelser who may be contacted at i-426-84t3. Martba Balsiger is one of 45 Shelton children who were treated during the past year at Children's Orthopedic Hospital and Medical Center in Seattle. When she was almost two years old, Martha was referred by : her local physician to Children's Hospital for evaluation of a lump on her collarbone. Doctors at the hospital diagnosed it as a tumor which was surgically removed a short time later and found to be { benign, Since then she has been watched closely for a recurrence. A January check-up at Children's ttospital Tumor Clinic showed that the lump had not returned. The daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred W. Balsiger, Martha was among 56 Mason County children who spent a combined total of 39~ days in Children's Orthopedic ltospitai last year and visited outpatient clinics 287 times. In addition to Shelton youngsters, also treated were three children from Union, one from Hoodsport and one from Potlatch. Care and hospitalization for t hesc youngsters amounted to $52,081, $20,246 of which was honeymoon trip enroute to their new home in Columbus, Neb. First place certificate awards With more than 10,000,000 were presented to District Clubs m e m b e r s i n a s s o c i a t e in the following categories: organizations from 54 countries e Conservation - Telesis Club of and territories (including clubs in The Olympia and Shetton Meeting Set TacomaI Education - Hood Canal exile), the GFWC clubs offer chapters of Beta Sigma Phi Federated Woman's Club; Fine"Unity in Diversity" through celebrated the 40th anniversary of Shelton's Rock and Mineralarts- Monday CivicClub of activities for all ages and interests, the organization's founding on Society will have its monthly Miss Betty Strictland of Saturday. The eight chapters meeting on April 29 at the PUD Lilliwaup, sponsored by the Hood joined for a 6:30 p.m. banquet Building in Shelton. There will be Art Club To Meet Canal Federated Woman's Club, held at the Red Bull in Lacey. a talk on calcite during the was awarded second place in theForty years ago, the first meeting which starts at 7:30 p.m. The Shelton Adult Art Club Peninsula District's High School chapter of the sorority was Anyone having rocks for will meet at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday Girl's Sewing Contest. First place formed in Abilene, Kan. There are discussion can bring them to the in the PUD building, winner was Miss Coleen Brown of meeting. There will be a question The group will present an ArtTacoma, sponsored by the Tacoma and answer period after the Show in the Faith Lutheran Junior Woman's Club. regular meeting. Church during Forest Festival. The Peninsula District's VFW Auxiliary Traveling Gavel award was presented to the Woman's Club of Pla Di Tacoma for the largest attendance ns nner at the conference. nny r ve given as free care. Free care costs were partially paid through donations and projects of the Mason County Orthopedic groups ($3.603) and by special gifts ($20). Shelton residents and other citizens of Mason County will ,have an opportunity to support the free care program of Children's Hospital and Medical Center May 1-14 during the annual Penny Drive. Funds collected by guilds and auxiliaries during this drive will help insure continuation of the hospital's policy .of offering the best medical care to all children regardless of race, creed, color or ability to pay. Total free care given during 1970 amounted to $2.3 million. MARTHA BALSIGER places the first coin in the first of the "Cakes For Coins" to launch the annual Penny Drive to be held from May 1 through May 14. Pomona Grange To Meet Friday In Shelton Valley The Shelton Valley Grange will host the Mason County Pomona Grange in the Shelton Valley Grange Hall on Friday. A dinner to be served at 6:30 p.m. will be attended by the Forest Festival Queen and her court. The meeting to follow at 8 p.m. will be the last before the Washington State Grange Session set for June 14 to 19 in Longview. Several resolutions are on hand for action. A display of arts and crafts will be judged and the winner will show at the State Grange. Honor Roll Is Announ Included on the University of Washington's honor roll for the winter quarter are David E. Fisher of Allyn and, from Shelton, John A. Gray, Sherry L. Jeffery, Dale C. Leman, Steven M. Looney, Peggy A. Nelson, Glenn VanBlaricom and Bruce L. Wilson. WRINKLES REMOVED IN 3 MINUTES Now, available tO you, REVEAL, a new scientific cosmetic which will remove your wrinkles temporarily in just 3 minutes and lasts up to 8 hours. Apply REVEAL as direCted to your forehead, around your eyes, and neck and watch the years disappear as the hnes, crows feet and puffiness disappear in ust 3 minutes. REVEAL iS sold with a s rict money back guarantee if not satisfied for any reason. Just return tbe package to your dru~l'ist GET REVEAL TODAY AND LOO-K YOUNGER TONIGHT. Sold Only by: EVERGREEN DRUG CENTER - 306 RAILROAD AVE. - MAIL ORDERS FILLED. Beta Sigma Phi :elebrates In Montesano Auxiliary presidents of District No. 5 of the Veterans of Foreign Wars are invited to attend the past presidents' dinner to be held at 7' p.m. today in the Montesano VFW hall. Secret sisters will be revealed and election of officers held. The post and auxiliary will hold joint installations on Friday in the Memorial Hall. Loyalty Day chairman for Post No. 1694 auxiliary reminds all citizens to demonstrate loyalty to their country by displaying the United States flag on Loyalty Day, May 1. The theme for this year is "Preserving Our Priceless Heritage". A flag presentation to the Skokomish Church is planned. now approximately 9,600 chapters and over 200,000 members in the United States, Canada, and twenty-four foreign countries. In addition to the banquet, traditional ceremonies were observed. The history of the local chapter was reviewed and new members were welcomed. Epsilon Omicron chapter will meet Monday in the home of Mrs. Arden Merriman with Mrs. Richard Baxter as co-hostess. The program "Sculpture and Art" will be presented by Pat Swartos. The Sargents To Observe Anniversary The 25th wedding anniversary of Dee and Clem Sargent will be observed by an Open House to be held in their home in Allyn from 2 p.m. to 5 p,m. Saturday. Hostesses are their children, Mrs. Ted Matson and Mrs. Terry McKean of Allyn; Mrs. Sargent's sister-in-law, Mrs. Howard Wynn of Allyn; and her sisters, Mrs. Edward Vander Linden of Seattle and Miss Irene Wynn of Centralia. Friends are invited to honor the couple. DRAPERIES Made to Measure-Any Size Lined or Unlined Pay Only For Materials Choose from Immense Selection ator Fnbrics Over 150 Patterns and Colors MATERIAL PRICED $ 2 9 From i. yd. Open Friday Evenings Until 8:30 p.m. Perhaps it was the enticing youngest in the aromas wafting their won~lerfut now maki way from tile Old ~1 ~hCn ; or ....... Tobi the delectable display of eatables Club, a chute offered at the Thursday night organization which buffets; or the influence of her parents, who are both skilled in cookery -- perhaps it was a combination of all these things that sponsored Tobi's interest in culinary efforts. At any rate, a year ago she began to cook. For herself and her family in their home she prepares many foods including hamburgers, French toast, cakes, and various main dishes and desserts. She has a handwritten collection of recipes kept in note book form. Tobi is active in many areas. She is a member of the Hood Canal Trojanettes, a drill team, with which she will march in the Forest Festival Parade. A fifth grader in the Hood Canal School, she plays clarinet in the band. VWWI To Meet With Auxiliary {/eterans of World War I and Auxiliary No. 1462 Madrona Barracks will meet in the Memorial Hall next Thursday. A noon potluck will be followed by entertainment and the regular meeting. Those attending should bring table service. August participated in the i1: Shelton on She is Sales Club of agency for the cards. During the su the kitchen of swims in the friends, and when mood, she fishes. Many are her future. She will Girl Scout, and tap-dancing "! want to Tobi states, "an~ piano lessons. tOO." Most of all, a career as an "I sure hope I tall," she worries. One of her copied from a Lemon (4 1 pkg. (3 5/8 oz.) mix. C. Shredded Prepare pudding Cool. Fold in into individual garnish with desired. United Methodist King & "G" Street pril Adults $1.50 * 7-12 Graders $1 1-6 Graders 50 * Pre-Schoolers Tickets available at the door. Page 6 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Thursday, April 29, 1971