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High A little girl with a lot of voice is Cheri Watson. A mere four feet eight and a half inches in height, she is very tall in talent. She is well-known throughout Mason County and adjacent areas for her sweet, clear and expressive soprano voice. She has studied for the past four years under Mrs. llone Macduff of Olympia, and while her lessons embrace the classical, she sings almost every type of music and enjoys it all. For I 1 years she has studied piano, and her teacher is Mrs. Geneva Silva. Several times Miss Watson has gone to Washington State auditions both as pianist and vocalist, and she has participated in the ensuing Recognition Recitals. "1 will definitely continue my vocal studies," Cheri declares, "and I hope to keep on with piano, also." Although she may teach, it is more likely that she will choose the field of performance. As a career Cheri Watson officers of Job's Daughters to be held at 8 p.m. Saturday m the Masonic Temple, Chris Lord will bc installed as Honored Queen. Also taking office will be Janet Wiley, senior princess; Peggy Viger, junior princess; Roxie Wilson, guide; Denise Nelson, marshal; Doralyn Okonek, chaplain; Cathy Kimbel, treasurer; Linda Cochran, recorder; Barb Bamford, musician; Shelli Thomason, librarian; Sheryl Grunert, first messenger; Paula George, second messenger; Cheryl Kelly, third messenger; Tammie Blackwell, fourth messenger; Susan Ruddell, fifth messenger; Kathy Downing, senior custodian; Pam Wiley, junior custodian; Sherrie Denison, outer guard and Nancy Archer, inner guard. C,oir members are Vicki Cosmetics for YOU "STARTER" EYE MAKEUP Q. My husband tells me that most of the women he works with use eye makeup. I have never used any. Can you suggest something to get me started ? A. Select the items of eye makeup that are the easiest to appl~ye shadow in brush-on form can be stroked onto the lid easily. Get a color that either matches your eye color or matches your favorite outfit. Eyebrow pencil sharpened to a fine point, mascara in wand form, and automatic eye liner are all easy-to-use tools for the beginner. CONDITIONING LONG HAIR Q. I wear my hair long and straight. What type of conditioner should I use? A. Whether your hair is long or short, it should be conditioned after every shampoo with a cream rinse to ease snarls and tangles and to make the hair more manageable. Long hair may require a protein conditioner in addition to a cream rinse because ends tend to become dry or to split. A protein conditioner will give y our hair tile feel of new strength and it will help to calm fly-away ends. Neil's Pharma(y Emergency Ph. 426-2 ! 65 Fifth & Franklin St.--426-3327 Open Daily 9:30 to 7:30 Saturdays -- 9:30 to 6:00 ...... ;~i! " leen arrles Cheri Watson I Spotlight anticipates office work. She will attend OVTI to concentrate on book-keeping and accounting. Her subjects as a high school senior include office practice, office experience, typing, civics, senior choir and swing choir. In her junior and senior years she has been a Z club and an Honor Society member, and she is active in the Youth Group of the First Christian Church. She enjoys working with small children, and assists in this manner in her church. She also gave her time in recreational therapy projects for children in a Seattle hospital last summer. Cheri is skilled in all types of needlework. She crochets, knits, embroiders, and sews, making some of her own garments. She is very fond of her pet, a little part Chihuahua-part Terrier dog named Terry. Cheri, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Watson, was born in Shelton on April 16, 1953. She has an older married sister. White gladioli, roses and blue ribbons decked the aisles of St. Stephens the Martyr Church in Renton for the April 17 wedding of Kathleen Wotton, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Wotton, and Dennis Gillespie, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Gillespie of Renton. Father AI Marshall performed the 7 p.m. double ring ceremony before 200 guests as Bob Wotton gave his daughter in marriage. In a Victorian style gown of white moire with a shoulder-length veil of tulle, the bride wore a necklace of diamonds and sapphires, and carried a bouquet of blue carnations and white roses with white streamers. Her sister, Janice, maid of honor, was attired in yellow flocked voile with a white straw picture hat held with yellow ribbons. Bridesmaids were Dorothy Wotton, sister of the bride; Christine Gillespie, sister of the groom; and Edda Jourdan. They wore pale blue flocked voile, and blue ribbons trimmed their white straw picture hats. Bill Weiss was best man, with Robbie Wotton, brother of the bride acting as ring bearer. Ushering were Steve Gillespie, Craig Gillespie and Brian Johnson, and organist was Diane Lobe. Crepe dresses with lace over coats were worn by both mothers, Mrs. Wotton choosing bl~ae with matching shoes and bag. The mother of the groom was gowned in green with beige accessories, and both wore white orchid c orsages. Blue and white carnations decorated the tables in the VFW Hail in Renton for the reception at 8 p.m., and a pair of doves bearing wedding rings topped the wedding cake. Serving were Mesdames Buford LcCroy, Ed Fischer, Robert Hornell, Cleo Bell, Raymond Brant and Louis Johnson. Attending the guest book and the gift table were, respectively, cousins of the bride Karen DeDonato and Diane DeDonato. Mrs. Lois DeDonato, cousin of the bride, arranged flowers, and assisting with the reception were Mr and Mrs. Charlie Oak. okonek, and theguardian council includes Mrs. Wayne Clary, guardian; Sam Magruder, associate guardian; Mrs. Lloyd George, guardian treasurer; Mrs. Bill Kimbel, guardian secretary; and Mrs. Rob Bamford, director of music. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Gillespie Ctdmrinex can help YOU beCOme the trim person YOU want to be. Ollrlnex Is a tiny tablet and easily S~wed. Lontatn s no dangerous drugs. No at'ring. No special exercise. Gei rid of xc~s Tat ana live lOnger. Odr|rmx has used successfully by thoui~aJ~l ~. over the country for over 12-~'~t~l~'s" Odrinex costs $3.25 and the-I~';;,'~ economy size $5.25. YOU must ~'o~e ugly fat or your money wUI be refunded by Your druggist. No questions asked. Accept no substitutes. Sold with this guarantee by: Evergreen Drug Center -- 306 Railroad Ave.-r " Mail orders filled. Lorie Brandt and Cindy Bell passed groom's cake. The bride is a 1969 graduate of Shelton High School. Both she and her husband attend Western Washington State College They will travel to Lansing, Mich. where they will reside while attending Michigan State University. Twinkle, twinkle Little car - How shiny bright And new you are! Like a diamond In the sky And priced, alas, Almost as high. le ueen ... ' ............... i ........................................ l am becoming just a bit bitter ;~~J~-~ l~tal offk~r~ arc Diane about the aspersions constantly cast upon hay old but honorable vehicle. When my kid and I were about to embark on a brief jaunt a few days ago did he say, "Which car shall we take, yours or mine?" He did not. He said: "Which transportation do you prefer - Beauty or the Beast?" So my car isn't pretty; through snow and sleet and slippery my ancient cinderella made her unfaltering winter way while many of her young and beautiful sisters were floundering helplessly. Her voice is ever soft and low, except for the screams of protest when her power steering is too sharply turned or her brakes too violently applied. She has never smoked, and drinks but moderately. She stops and she starts and she goes to and fro in willing obedience to my many whims. With manners so gentle, I can forgive the tremor of her tired old limbs and the sagging of her sorry frame. It is true that I am a little sick of driving with my left foot in six inches of water. Not only does the precipitation penetrate freely through the crevice around the front door, but it also collects, while she is standing, somewhere in the depths of her dreary vitals. The first left turn deposits upon 'my shuddering shins a 'dreadful deluge of cold and dirty liquid. This, although undeniably unpleasant, does tend to keep a driver on his toes. I can always tell when spring has come. There "is a little depression just inside the door III I The Bra that is Custom Fitted. A new world of figure flattery awaits you at where nature combines in the proper portions the available heat, light, soil and humidity to therein sprout strange little seeds tracked in from who knows where I remove the tiny seedlings carefully to my-garden. Some of my nicest plants have been acquired in this manner. I love my car. I love her with the protective love of a mother for =.~ ~ug~y: ,offr~rinl~;., wi~th,,/~he tender passion of a woman for her first lover; with the fierce affection of a child for a mongrel pup; with the undying devotion of an old cow-hand for the faithful but feeble steed who has seen better years. Sad will be my heart when comes the day that I trade in my trusted and deRendable old buddy. Will she get a good home? Will her new owner love and cherish her? As I wonder and worry, will I be able to sleep nights? Perhaps, as my kid suggests, I should just take her out and shoot her. Though wish I may And wish I might On every star / That shines each night, I still must wend My weary way In a car that's seen A better day. Kokett, honored queen; Patsy Miltenburger, guide; Barb Bamford, marshal; Linda Koch, chaplain; Holly Dean, recorder; Luci Gilmore, senior custodian; Janet Viger, junior custodian; and Joyce Norris, flag bearer. Chris Lord Waite Is Listed Edward G. WaRe of Shelton is listed on the President's honor roll of Olympic College for the winter quarter. I III I ,,T Special OVERWEIGHT MINI WEDDING COVERAGE NOW * ONLY IN NATURALCOLOR ~ ~-, o';:...".".,~,~. *:~,..' , e,c~n01, eln A! McConnell Photo aphy ZIEGLER'S STUDIO & CAMERA SHOP Pllone 426-6163 124 N. 2nd., Shelton * Camera Charge Beauty Salon Featuring Merle Norman Cosmetics. 6th & Laurel 426-4582 I " 5th g Franklin avors A bout with polio as a 16-year-old hasn't slowed her down a bit. Eva Swope is a great gardener, and she does a little of everything when it comes to working on the premises of her home. Born in Minnesota, she came when nine years of age to Centralia, where she attended school. After her marriage to Howard Swope they moved to Shelton in 1948. Their three children, Allan, Sandra and Diane, were born here and were raised in the family home on Arcadia Road. Their house on a scenic six acres was, according to Mrs. Swope, "scrounged out of the woods", with the help of relatives "We built it ourselves," she explains, "and we're still working on it." Upon arrival in this area, they resided for a few months in Shelton after which they rented a cabin on Arcadia point in which to live while building their home. They started with one acre and later bought the adjacent five acre tract which included an old saw mill and dry kiln which they are now in the process of tearing down. Eva Swope is very active in the VFW Auxiliary. She has for three years served as secretary and will hold the same office next year. She gives much of her time to fund-raising projects. Her husband was Commander of the Post for two years and is now Quartermaster. He is the junior vice-president of the 5th District VFW. Eva Swope has surrounded her home with flower beds, and a rockery edging the lawn is abloom with arabis, mertensia, candytuft and other spring flowering plants. A bed of Daphne blooms early against the house, and a planting of daffodils, primroses and basket-of-gold is now bright with color and will later be filled with petunias. Approximately 30 rhododendrons form a bact~grotlnd to tower .,~rowing. Baby Care Class A class discussion and demonstration on the care of the newborn baby through the first year will be offered from 1:30 p.m. to 3 p.m. May 6 in the Health Department building at 5th and Birch streets The event, sponsored by the Thurston Mason County Health Department, is open to the public at no charge. YARC To Meet The Whoopees, the youth group affiliated with the Association for Retarded Children, will meet in the Capitol Hill clubhouse at 7:30 p.m. Monday. ORDER YOUR MOTHER'S RING TODAY! Ring Style No. SO for MOTHE Large stone for Mother in center surrounded by family birthstones. Ring can be made to hold from two to seven birthstones. In precious I0 lit. yellow or white gold. I3.00 Additional for Each Birthstone Many styles to choose from 426-3283 oral i~ ~i~ Page 8 Shel )n-Mason Journal y, 29, 1971 eau EVA SWOPE didn't grow the lily, but she beauty of her long-lasting Easter gift. specimens, and Mrs. Swope has Not a single left plants of salal and Eva Swope huckleberry to create a natural excep t ion o effect, strawberries, all In a. special bed that she calls efforts are her "little island" native plants "I like to sew abound. Trilliums blend with "but my greatest greenery and rocks around a little m y lit t le t v~ pine tree. grand-daughter." Local tudents Bridge On Honor Roll Winners -Winning Shelton students placed on~ the Monday the Central Washington State Shelton Du College's winter quarter honor were Tuey roll are Eldon Ray Allen, Brian M. Quimby; Jane Brickert, Neal Howard Jubb, Umphenour;an Martin James Rose, Richard Yes lto and Baldwin, Joyce L. Fisher, Vicki ' and Mrs. Lee Noreen, Kimali A. Sowers, East-We, st James K. Bennett, Darleen L. Stock and and Mrs. Ken Gray, Frank G. Rhoades and Julie Valerie Wolf and L. Ziegler. Vic King and ~C Recital Scheduled The Spring Festival Recital will be presented by students of the Mason County Chapter of the Washington State Music Teachers' Association at 7:30 p.m. Monday in the United Methodist Church. Card Parties Set The Simpson Pinochle Club will sponsor card parties in the Memorial Hall at 7:30 p.m. on the first and third Mondays of each month. For further information call 426-8115 or 426-4351. :ki In Con Becki Halla d appear in tla concert ,'DanCe presented by Washington modern 8:30 p.m. from May l in tla, Playhouse m admission Demonstrated by Cliff AndrOS of A-1 SEWING CENTER, Friday, April 30, 10:30 to 2 AT . IN SHELTON Mr. Andrus will be available to answer your sewing machine problems. Also Late model trade-in sewing mackM Necchi Portable Zig-Sag .......... New Dress Maker Zig-Sag ......... Singer Slant-O-Matic ............ '. ';' Singer Delu e Touch-And-Sew ....... Singer Zig-Zag with Cams, like' new .... "