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May 13, 1971     Shelton Mason County Journal
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May 13, 1971

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on in Susie Susie Van Osten. the lady who opened the doors of the Economart around the first of April, has had years of experience ]n store-keeping Born m Minneapolis. she was raised and educated and married in Denver. She and her husband. Jewel. moved to California. and there her son, James. was born. The family returned to Denver in 1939 and Van Osten took up the building trade In 1956 the Van Ostens came to Allyn, They bought a five-acre tract and the Allyn store which Susie ran for two years. "I'd never run a grocery store before." she said. "but I enjo)ed it. I met a lot of nice people." The store is now being converted to apartments. Jewel Van Osten is owner and operator of Van's Floor Covering in Bremerton. and until opening t he Economarl Susie was employed there. She loves animals, and her pets include four dogs, three of them ('hihuahuas. a tankful of tropical fish and three cats. tier eldest feline is a 16-year-old grey angora, abandoned near the premises a~ a tiny kitten and hand led and raised hx Mrs Van Ostcn tier Siamese house cat. 1) Ling, pla~s htdc and seek tearing through the rooms and "talking a blue streak", ller big bob-lailed tiger-striped tom is part Manx and has too many toes. In addition to her own creatures, Susie feeds approximately 20 cats that have been abandoned and have gone wild.,, " o the All n SUSIE VON OSTEN is fond of animals In addition to her Sne ~s a memrmr l y Birthday Club, and she is studying own pets she cares for strays and orphans. ceramics. She sews as a hobby, both lor herself and hvr three ' .... ~ left-over chicken Mix all ingredients in a 2 qt grand daughters ' - " "," .. ., 1 can chicken rice soup casserole and top with crushed Ner recipe she s{ales IS ruiner ,' , . ' ,. . I C diced celery potato chips. Bake at 450 degrees difterentanu a rea~ prize ~or the ~, .;, ,. .... . 9 ........ , ' ,. , n t. succo aJmonus Ior .) to .~ minutes, until hot WOrKInf~woman as 11 can De ,, .. , ~ . ~, ~', ~ ,,. ,..t.. "/2 t. mayonnaise anu nuomy. nrenareuaneau ol [lille it)i/e " V2 tsp. pepper baked at the last minute. 2 Tbsp. minced onion _ . . ! ...... ., n_ne_n ...... Baked Ch,cken Salad 3 hard cooked eggs chopped Lu e n ~lnf~d Guild will meet for a noon luncheon on May 21 in the Hood (?anal home of Mrs. Dorothy Jessup. ~;(L ] J .... ill ESTHER WETMORE is very active in the VWWI Auxiliary, in which she served last year as president. It was incorrectly stated in last week's Journal that her affiliation was with the VFW auxiliary. Nancy Swanson To Be Heard Open Installation Set For Sunday In Saturday Voice Recital Miss Nancy Swanson, a member of the music department at Yakima Valley College, will be presented in a voice recital on Saturday evening at 8 p.m. in the United Methodist Church. A music major, Miss Swanson is a member of the Quahlots stagers, the music honorary Ars Nova, and the Madrigal singers. She was awarded the Gertrude Curtis music scholarship and last year was given the Outstanding Musician award at the college. Last summer she attended the National Music Camp at lnterlochen, Michigan, studying voice with Willis Pattersen. a smger who has been featured frequently in nation-wide T.V. productions. She also was a member of the opera workshop under the direction of Boris Goldovsky, one of the leading opera directors in the East. Miss Swanson sang roles in 'Marriage of Figaro" and "Don Giovanni" and also participated in the University choir which pcrlormed Berlioz's requiem "'t-lijah", by Mendelssohn. Her Saturday evening program will include a group of lieder songs by Schubert: "Der Doppelganger", "An Die Liere", and "Die Forelle"; Mimi's song and Musetta's waltz song from La Boheme; and a set of six Spanish folk songs by Manuel De Falla. A former student of Mrs. William Jacobs of Olympia, Miss Swanson is now studying voice with Mildred Forsling of Yakima Valley College. She will continue her study as a voice student next year at Central Washington State College in Ellensburg. iii: Card Party Set The Eagles Auxiliary will sponsor a Pinochle Party at 7:30 p.m. on May 2 in the Multi-service (?enter. By Rainbow Girls l)ena Stracke will be installed as Worthy Advisor of Shelton Assembly No. I 9 Order of Rainbow for Girls at 2 p.m. Sunday in the Masonic Temple. Also to be installed in the public ceremony are Vicki Stracke, Worthy Associate Advisor; Colleen Hamlin, Charity; Jeanee Nutt, Hope; Diane Bourgault, Faith; Sana Brewer, musician; Mary Painter, Love: Joanna Miljour, Religion; Kathy Martin, Nature; Martha Smith, Immortality; Laurie Lund, Fidelity; kinda Besche, Patriotism : Patty Dunbar, service: Wendy Hovind, Confidential Observer; ltene Maloy, Outer Observer. Courtesy officers are Cheryl Nault, Bible Bearer; Patti Brewer, Keeper of Jewels; Terri Campbell, Keeper of Paraphernalia; Ann tt owe rton, recorder's assistant ; and Dana Baugess, orator. Parents, families and friends are welcome to the open installation. ann Nancy Swanson Charles J. McCann, President of The Evergreen State College will speak at a public meeting at 2 p.m. next Thursday in the Potlatch clubhouse. All interestedI persons are invited to attend the one hour program sponsored byI the Hood Canal Federateff Woman's Club and coordinated by Mrs. Donald Culik, Chairman .... of the tiducation Department. McCann received his M.A. in Dena Stracke English from Yale in 1954 and his Contest. Ph. D. in 1 956. During his Sixty te, teaching career he has taught in themselveS the ttartford, Conn. junior andentertained on senior high schools and in New 5 with a Haven Junior College. He servedof song as instructor and assistant depicting the , professor of English in CanisiusIncluded were College and in Central Washington and jazz routi! State College as associate renditions professor and professor of My Country" English. There he was chairman of an encore the the department of English, with ,,Battle Assistant to the President, and Republic". Dean of Faculty. ~o~"'n~ I 1--b'~'-''' ~'~ members and meet for lunch at 11:30 a.m. Thethe Hood Musicians meeting will be called to order at 12:30 p.m. by President Mrs. Woman s Cliff Hold Meeting T O D A Y'S Claud Dugger. Mrs. Norman Club'Swednesday441e, Anderson, f:irst Past President of Lodge. (MaY 1 I Ithe washingtn State Federatin "stesses The Mason County Chapter of t of Women's Clubs will be guest of Mrs. George the Washington State Music honor and will install the newly Miller, Mrs. I Teacher's Association met at 8 ~ elected club officers. Verne Hill a p.m. on May 4 in the home of Bet Mesdames Claud Dugger, Richert. Larson with Dee Morton as ] Jan Danford, Society Editor | Frank Crichton, Bruce Myers and co-hostess, ttarold Drake will report on the /" Vocal selections were [ J Washington State Federation of presented by Florence Anderson Women's Clubs Convention they Officers and Bea Larson, and "Moon attended on May 3-6 in Seattle. River" was played as a piano duet Highlights of the convention were By TocI5 by Geneva Silva and Cinda Cy dl App d the awards. ,.To New offR Henderson. nthia Stan ey ointe ~,o Hood (?anal club placed A group of Brahms piano .... - dttet~ Were e'~e~:uted' by Melba ~':~ynthia Standlcy;~3a ''P:);13 "~ ~) ~ purpose of th~ti"is*~ first in Washington State for their~ ,'- ~,tl/it~t.ers~ work' in' the Press, Rdigibn~"~n'd, Aptril'~Z m O'Neil and Virginia Aho with Lou graduate of Shelton ttigh School to provide for the gtmproved Ethics, Rehabilitation and Safety,Don smitla Cowles, violin, and Geneva Sliva, and currently a pre-vet major in health care for all citizens in and received best overall Musser, EdU piano, performing a Handel Sonata. Sewing Workshop ;lated By County Extension Service The County Extension Service will sponsor a workshop which is designed to help the home seamstresswith the sewing of polyester fabrics. Miss Jane ttardessen, Educational Representative for Unique Zipper Company, will be the guest speaker. The special program is scheduled for Monday from 1 p.m. to 3 pro. in the Extension Office Conference Room in the basement of the Post Office. Miss Hardessen will answer the often-asked questions about polyester - what style of pattern, what kind of thread, what type of needle to use, and whether to underline. She will demonstrate sewing techniques and construction hints, including the installing of the Unique Invisible Zipper Following the one-hour workshop, everyone will have the opportunity to ask questions about sewing. Each woman attending the program will be given a booklet on Unique Invisible Zippers and a special booklet on sewing with polyesters. There is no charge and the program is open to alllllume~.,,,+ interested women. Gu !f pRMeyet g' Orthopedic . ) Guild will meet at noon on May .~ 21 in the home of Mrs. Phillip IS NOW OFFERING Bayley. /~ SHAMPOO & SET ~O" ONLY (LONG HAIR EXTRA) * STARTING MAY 17 -" MAY 29 * Also Offering Special Budget Bonus for Permanent SPRING IS THE TIME REG. FOR PERM-CURL $15 Washington State University, wasWhitman County and to plan a participation awards in the Murray, recently appointed by the new hospital for Pullman. Conservation and Education Day, secre Associated Students of WSU to Miss Standley, daughter of Departments. Mrs. Claud Dugger, Cleve the Comprehensive ttealth Mr. and Mrs. Roy Standley of Club president, received an Installing Planning Council of Whitman Shelton, was listed on the honorindividual cash award for her first Seuss, at' County. roll for last semester with a grade place entry in the state's EssayToa,, Her appointment is for a two point average of 3.79. year period and she is the second student to be appointed Potluck Planned The Golden Age Club will meet for a potluck supper in the Memorial Hall at 6 p.m. on May 27. The club will serve strawberry shortcake, and an evening of cards, music and dancing will be presented. LOWREY RENT or BUY on Easy Terms Johnny's Music Box 205 Cota 426-4302 114 South 4th Jane Hardesson 426-1712 Anchor Tie Cosmetics for YOU PERFUME CHANGES Q. I bought a perfume that had a wonderful color while in the container. When I Put it on, it changed character completely. Is there some way to counteract this? A. 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