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PAGE 8 SI,-I"ELTON--MASON COIrNTY JOURNAL -- Pubhshed in Ch zfmstow L U.g.A. , Shetfon, Washington Thursday, .. t A. n a Nydla Giub Donates it .....--,- ----,-- ,., -...--- ...--..-.. WCTU Institute Homemake  L U R R  , , . wnni 3 uuuKmu in waun. Kuunn, n, " ' " " e To Shr,ners Hospdal / . , . Sesslon Friday . T n e,. ! F v p n t Next W,,l, ' . ile mot April 2 at the home of  g..mo, ravontes oIuounw Kesloents troves liltereStlilg _ win meet next wed Ilp to Mrs. Clarence Grunert with Mrs. [ ..... Jr"_  -- -- " _- ........... "J - _- The Shelton Woman's Christian Society Editor Marj Waters Phone 426-441z home of Mrs. Ray  --__ = -- _ Echl.a Auseth asco-hostesS. . I Temperance Union held its State- Cenker Street, at .xo-  Sizeame .aonauons werereceiv- I Conntv Institute last Friday at '" will be by the hostess. f Devotions for the morning session ;::,';ii!!i! At the last meetir jackS0 Loans on furniture, automobiles, equip- ment, livestock, or other security and take up to 48 months to repay. Credit Life Insurance is avail- able. Phone, stop i or write: SERVICE FINANCE GO. 124 Railroad Ave. Shelton, Washington Phone 426-4447 I I I I I convalescent relief fund of the Shriner's hospital. It is used to provide braces, shoes and arti- ficial imbs for tess fortunate chin dren after they leave the Shrine hospital. Anyone wishing to con- tribute to the fund can call Mrs. Florence Weeks. The next meeting of Nydia Club will be held at the home of Mrs. Claire Bearden with Mrs. Rose Mille as co-hosteSs. Laurel Oourt Uhoir Visits P0r! Angeles The Laurel Court Choir of Lau- rel Court No. 26 Order Of Amar- anth, Inc. provided the musical entertainment in Port Angeles last Saturday evening at the Juan de Fuca Court No. 59, Order of Amaranth. Inc. public installa- tion. Choir members attending were Viola Danielson. Muriel Rhodes Marie Story, Boa Larson, Stella Neuenschwander. Beth Johnson. Ann Batchelor. Elsie Wilson. Mar- hie Wrage, Lorna Erickson and &lice Dahlgren. .  "r-- Q LUMBER HARDWARE Q PAINTS 1 mile off highway on Cole Road Cole Road Builders Supply [U[II II IF YOU HAVE any doubts about how good Lois Poe's Lemon- Frosted Coconut Bars are, just ask Brian, 4. He will be more than happy to demonstrate their tastiness. Thee cookies travel nicely when it is your turn to ftwnish something to go with coffee after a meeting. Cookie Bars are especially con- venient to serve when it is your turn to fmmish the after-meeting dessert to go with coffee. They can be baked, trusted and trans- pJrted in the same pan. Lois Poe's recipe for Lemgn Frosted Coco- nut Bars is one She especially likes for this purpose. Lois Was recently elected to sere a second year as president of Pre-sehool PTA. She is a mem- ber of the Rainier Orthopedic Aux- iliary and she and her husband, Calvin, belong to the Salty Sashay- ors Square Dance Club. The Orthopedip Penny Drive, which is in its second week, has kept Lois quite busy this month as she is treasurer for the Mason County Orthopedic Association. The Poes Bare two children, Bri- Cole Road Ph. 426-8224 i ........ NOTIC OPEN FOR BUSINESS AT OUR NEW LOCATION 1916 OLYHPI HIGHWAY NO. (next to Needham's Food Center) LES HANSENr Owner Who00needS musclos ? $o tMnk about toe trips o the beach this summer, those brigh sunny days an4 balmy moonlit nights. And besides, looking at it from a very ractical point of view, it's Trade 'N' ravel time right now at :our Chevrolei; dealer's. He's got some beautiful buys. But you had better hurry before somebody muscles in ahead of you. Spring s here. Summer's coming fast. And with these sporty good-Jooking Corvairs selling the way they are, he who hesitates will wan to kick hielfo Do you know how ea i g to he a  eoer f4. 'ith a Corvair or park one? Turn this  ' , aewspaper sideways and it will give you a _: =. pretty good idea. The wheel handles jus :: '_ " about that eas!!y. , |ii , The Corvair s engine is tt the rear, for i" CHEOET mot onlz greater traction, but more balanced. ii ....... weight distribution. And that's what makes t\\;-/:: = the steering So completely effortless. _.._.q The engine is air cooled, too. No radl- |_.. -.-_  :-:: - ator. No water or antifreeze. No boiling :: --- -_-: =_ : over or freezing up to worry about. It takes  the weather and the terrain as it comes. 1 IUUK t;llLVKULLI UI:PJ.LK CHECK HIS TNT DEALS ON CHEVROleT, CHEVY1T, CORVAIR AND CORVETTE were given by Mrs. Palmer Rob- erts Mrs. "vV. H. Snelgrove reported on National Papers. Mrs Olive Quartier on Spiritual Life and Mrs. Nena Roberts on Pubilicty. State officers present were state president. Mrs. Chas. Budde state director of Health and Medical Temperance. Miss Ida A. Johnson of Seattle: and state director ot Literature. Mrs. Palmer Roberts of Shelton. Mrs. Rtb Cassidy. president of Thurston Co. and the Olympia Uniom Mrs. Lola Routt. Mrs C. L. Williams and 3/rrs. Mi- t cheal were also guests of the local group. The afternoon devotions were given by Mrs. "Nena Roberts wire read and gave the history of the Indian version of the 23rd Psalm, Pamela Dewell was made a White Ribbon Recruit. the service beinff conducted by Mrs. Budde and Mrs. Harold Chase. Miss Marian Johnson reported on Temperance and Missions: Mrs. Mary Tin'nor on Christian Citi- zenship: Mrs. Blanche Bell on Music: and Mrs. Palmer .Roberts l on Nitural Fruit Beverages. I The next regular meeting vill be at the home of Mrs. Manilla Galloway. * * Ladies Auxiliary an, 4. and Betsy, 8. Calvin is a forester for Simpson Timber Co. TO YEW Installs Lemon-Fre.ted Coconut Bars cup butter or margarine 1 cups brown sugar 1/ cups flour 2 eggs 1 tsp. salt 1 tsp. baking powder 1 tsp. vanilla 1 cup flaked coconut 3/4 cup chopped nuts Frosting 2 cups confectioner's sugar cup half and half or light cream Grated rind of 1 lemon 2 tsp. lemon juice Cream butter or margarine and cup brown sugar until light and fluffy. Add 1 cup flour and mix well. Press mixture evenly ov- er bottom of 13" x 9" x 2" pan. Bake in 350 degree oven for 10 rain. Beat eggs, vanilla and re- maining one cup brown sugar un- til frothy. Sift together remaining cup flour and baking powder and salt. Fold into egg mixture. Add co- conut and nuts. Mix well. Spread evenly over mixture in pan and bake in a 350 degree oven for 20 rain. more. Cool in pan. Frosting: Mix confectioners sugar and crm. Add lemon rind and lemon Juice. Heat and stir over just-simmering water until Smooth and shiny. Cool a i]tle. Pour over coconut mzxture. When cold cut into 24 bar-shaped pieces. LAUREL COURT REGULAR MEETING Laurel Court No. 26 Order of Amaranth will hold its regular meeting at 8 p.m. next Wednes- day at the Masonic Temple. Members are urged to attena as there will be balloting. HELL CHEVROLET COHPANY First & Grove Sts. Shelton Ph. 426-4426 1963-64 Officers The Ladies Auxiliary to the Veterans of Foreign Wars held its installation of new officers for the ensuing year last Priday night. Officers installed were: Presi- dent, Josephine Sparks; St. vice president, Bernice Jansson; Junior Vice president, Nancy Card; sec- i'etar#; Fae Robinson; treasurer, FlorenCe Hamilton; conductress Arlene Smith; banner bearer, Vio- la Laugen; flag beareL Ruth Nel- son. Color bearer No. 1, Colleen Gep- hart; color bearer No. 2, Alice Haines; color bearer No. 3, .Merle VanderWal; color bearer No. 4, Phylis Moore; patriotic insttac - tor, Jessie Cox; historian, Marian Johnson; musician, Stella Booth; assistant musician, Marie MeKay; guard, Mary Jadin; trustee No. 1, Viola Laugen; trustee No. 2, Sue Weaver; trustee No. 3, Daisy Pin- hey. Mrs. Evelyn Seeley of Olym- pia, District No. 5 president, was the installing officer. Her instal- ling conductresses were Bertha O1- son and Ann Young of Aberdeen. President elect, Josephine Sparks, presented the instlling of- ficers and the officers being in- 'stalled with gifts and corsages. Past junior president, Merle Van- derWal, presented all of her offi- eers from the past year with love- ly ceramic cups and saucers she had made herself. They were done in the auxiliary motif. Decorations for the installation were carried out in a spring theme. Refreshments were served follow- ing the installation. Mrs. Emma Grassl was in charge of the guest book. Many guests were present from Olympia, Aberdeen, McClea- ry and Elms. Mrs. rally Taylor of Port Townsend, a past Depart- ment President, was present. One of the highlights of the eve- ning was the introduction of Bill IAndberg of Olympia by Harold Seeley, Dept. Voice of Democracy chairman. Bill presented his speech which won him fourth place in the National contest and also won him a trip to Washington D.C. and a $1500 scholarship. VFW Officers For New Season Installed Friday At a joint installation of the VFW Post No. 1694 last Friday the following officers were instal- led; Commander, Ftmk Kokett; senior vice commander, Herbert Nelson; junior vice commander, Orin Brumbaugh; Chaplain, Ernie Campbell; adjutant, .Darrell Sparks; quartermaster, Glen Lau- hen; three-year trustee Ernie Ma- i'ioy; officer of the day', John Jai- sson; post surgeon, Bob Springer; service officer, Les Miller. The installing officer was L. F. Godwin assisted by his aide, Dar- rell Sparks. Out-of-town visitors were Dept. Voice of Democracy Contest chairman, Harold Seeley, from OlympiaPost No 318; com- mander-elect of Olympia Post No. 318, Bob Jenkins; Frank Taylor of Aberdeen Post No. 224; John Trohimovich of Elma Post No. 1948. Bi!l Lindberg, oUrth nlace win- ner 6f the Voice of Democracy Es- say, contest. .n . the National level gave hm winning speech and a summary of his trip to Philadel- phia and Washington, D.C, , The next regular meeting of the Post will be held May 17. New officers will assume their duties after the Department convention in Aberdeen in June. GOLD STAR IIOTHERS TO BE REMEMBERED All Mason county mothers of service men killed during the wars of our country who have not in the past received a plant from the VFW in memory of a deceased service man on MemoriM Day are requested to contact Commander Merve Smith or E. F. Malloy so they may be included in this year's recognition. Any Gold Star mother who has moved to a new location is asked to notifY the post of the new ad- dress. If you live in an outlying area please give general directions to your home. WINNERS Winners of door prizes at the VFW-sponsored Teenage dance held at the Memorial hall last Saturday night were 'Betty Cowan, wayne James and Linda Miller. enjoyed watching Moss demonstrate kets. Mrs, Vern nickel prize and Mrs. ner the fair prize The Homemakers 1; and donated 64 quittsi out families in the t years. Eagles Visit Gig Harbor Eagles District Lewis was honored "MOTORCYCLES" is at the head of Jim Lamont's list of hobbies - in fact, it's the only thing on the list right now. Jim is an ISR senior student. Hems considering taking up the trade of electrician after graduation. Jim Lament, 5'11" ISR senior, has turned out for football, wrest- ling and track all three of his high school years. He is a two- year letterman in football having- played both guard and tackle. He lettered one year in wrest- ling but received an injury one year which prohibited him from accumulating the necessary points for another letter. Jim*s track ev- ent is pole vaulting. He has made his frack letter in both his junior and senior years. SEY Club Gives 'Thanks 'To Officers At the last meeting of the St. Edward's Youth Club the outgoing officers were presented with Ro- saries as a thank-you from the club for their work this year. Out- going officers were: President, Kim Doran; vice pres.. Mike MaN loy; sec.. Mary Beth Connolly; and treas.. Lynn Burfiend. New officers for next year will be elected at the potluck dinner meeting to be held at 6 p.m. this Friday in the church basement. To be eligible for office a student must be in the 8th grade and have paid-up dues. RHODODENDRON SHOW SLATED The Rhododendron Show spon- sored by the Shelton Chapter of the American Rhododendron So- ciety will be held at the Simpson office building from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. this Saturday and Sunday. The show was enjoyed by over 200 people last year. There will be permanent identification tags this year to give more information con- cerning growth habits and culti- vation. There will be other im- provements over previous shows. Plants and trusses will be on dis- play from various nurseries grow- ers and hybridizers of this area. The public is invited to display plants and trusses from its gar- den. Anyone interested may tele- phone Ernie Grant at 426-3114. There will be a door prize -- "Day Dream", The public is invited to attend. Journal Want Ads Pay His plans for the future are not definite but Jin] thinks he will at- tend Edison Technical school in Seattle after graduation. He would take training to be an electrician there. Jim's senior subjects are trig, civics, world history, typing and romp. He is president of Boys Club and a member of "S" Club. He belongs to Young Life. Munsing, Michigan was the birthplace of this week's senior in the spotlight. Sept.. 8, 1945 was the date. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Lament and has one brother, Fred, (a sophomore) left at home. Jim has blue eyes and dark hair. He lists but one hobby--motor- cycles ! auxiliary May 1. Shelton were Ruby Alice Herzog, N Shelton Eagles attea- [ trict meeting at Gig Sunday. Marie LeWiS  Herzog were Judges 0 ' listic teams. 14 Lloyd Lewis, LoWS.t" Herman Lorenzen at : mens meeting. ;: See E Music 205 TV and THE SHELTON.MASON CHAMBER OF COMMERCE and at THE FOREST FESTIVAL cordially invite you to attend THE QgEEN'S & C0110NATIOII honoring QUEEN MARILYN & HER COURT and to hear an address by DAVE JAMES Public Relations Director Simpson Timber Company in the Mountain View Thursday evening, May 23, 6:30 P.M. $2.50 per person Tickets available at Needham's Food, 20th Century, Johnny's Music Box, Mason County Stationers. Beckwith Thurston County Savings & Loan, S The Journal or from any Amaranth For Your Home  Economical, Practical HIGHT-TIHE OUTDOOR ILLUHlllATI01i For only .a few cents a night you can light up YOU; front yard and driveway, you can install a modern efficient light near your house or garage, you can banish the darkness around your patio or recreational area. Here's What Visualize YOUR home with one or more of these modern, efficient lights. Think o  the many advantages you will enjoy and the peace of mind you realize if your property is effectively illuminated after dark. * An efficient and modern naire designed for all * A built-in photoelectric on the light as darkneSS turns it off next  All brackets, and h; com[olete installation. * All electric power used during ation of the light. * Free maintenance and burned out bulbs. The Low Cost Will Surprise You -- Get Details IIASON COUNTY P.U.D. No. 3 JACK COLE TOM WEBB, ED TAYLOR JERRY Sh President Vice President Secretary