"
Newspaper Archive of
Shelton Mason County Journal
Shelton, Washington
News of Mason County, WA
Get your news here
Mason County Journal
May 13, 1971     Shelton Mason County Journal
PAGE 8     (8 of 28 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
 
PAGE 8     (8 of 28 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
May 13, 1971
 

Newspaper Archive of Shelton Mason County Journal produced by SmallTownPapers, Inc.
Website © 2021. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal.




ncers AMONG DANCERS to appear in recital are, left to right, Juli Rhodes, Cathy Brown, Donna Coot and Cami Rhodes. rese II allies "'Follies of 1971" will be include Vera Evander; Mary Ceci Rogers; Cathy Brown; and presented at 2 p.n,. Sunday in(;or(Ion; Shirley, i)ebby, Donna Julieand Cam, Rhodes. Bordeaux School by students ofand Beverly Cool; Traci and Jazz, tap and acrobatic theCherieSchmidtDancc Sludio, Machcllc tlanson; Pattricia dancing will be featured, with appearing in the fifthannual Seljcstad ; Steve I)uchsherer;music by Northwest Freedom. recital of the school. Adrianne Lisoskic; J'oni Lynn Funds raised will be Shelton performers will Fonzo; I)ianna, Rita and Ran contributed to the Mason County Warrcn:TerrlCuzick;TraciBoelk; Chapter of the Kidney [.orrie I~utvin; Bobble Aitken:Foundation. Local Gardeners Xo In Brooks Home In H bme C) fMrs. Norvold ..... uxiliary The Mason County Post No. 1694 and Auxiliary of the VFW held a joint installation of officers in the Memorial Building on Friday. Installed as Commander was Wayne Robinson; Sr. Vice-president, Walt Bloomfield; Jr. Vice PresidenL Lee Chapman; Chaplain, Fief Menoza; Quarter Master, floward Swope; Adjutant, Darrell Sparks; Judge Advocate. Frank Kokett; ftistorian, Bill Gephart: Service officer. George Witcraft; Officer of the Day, Larry Godwin; Surgeon, Bob Springer; and three year Trustee, Sam Magruder. The installing officer for the post was Larry Godwin. Installing Officer for the Auxiliary was Bertha Olsen of Aberdeen. Officers installed were President, Frances Magruder; Sr. Vice President, Lucille Chapman; Chaplain, Jessie Cox; Treasurer, Marge Witcraft: Conductress, Bea Gray; Guard, Mamie Clark: Patriotic instructor, Colleen Gephart: Color Bearer No. 3. Fae Club To Sponsor Art Festival An Art Festival will be sponsored by the Shelton Adult Art Club from 6 p.m. until 9 p.m. on May 21 and from 1 l a.m. to tl p.m. on May 22 in the Fellowship tlall ot the Faith Lutheran Church. Entries will be accepted at the church on May 21 from noon until 4 p.m. No more than six pictures will be received from club members, and guest entries are welcomed. All pictures must be framed and ready to hang. Art objects ,nay be entered if properly based. Small pictures are acceptable. Artists wilt appear in action and the show is open to the public. Helen Knudsen is chairmaning the project. Republican Women To Hear Speaker At May Luncheon Mrs. Jim (Barbara) Dolliver of Olympia, featured speaker for the May Luncheon to be held by the Mason County Women's Republican Club at noon Tuesday in the Hallmark Inn, is an author and a poetess. Her family was selected to represent Washington State in a recent National Pageant held in Florida. Her writings, which are an extension of her major interest in family and home, include a published book "Intelligent Woman's Guide to Successful Organization and Club Work"; an article in last December's issue of Good Housekeeping; and a steady stream of poetry sent to Lutheran, Baptist and Methodist publications. Two sample chapters of a new book are now in the hands of a publisher. She has conducted writing classes and has served as president of the Olympia YWCA and of her PEO chapter. Mrs. Dolliver will speak at 12:45 p.m., and those unable to attend the luncheon are invited to hear her talk. Reservations may be made by calling Ann Batcheior, 426-4417; Alice Dielle, 426-3416; or Peggy Bennett, 426-8513. Robinson; No. 4 Sue Latham; Flag Bearer, Maggie egg; Banner Bearer, Vi Laugen; Musician, Josephine Sparks; Trustee No. 3, Colleen Gephart; Secretary, Eva Swope. On Saturday night District convention was held in Olympia at the VFW Hall. A no host dinner was served by the Olympia Auxiliary at 6:30 p.m. with the meeting beginning at 8 p.m. Those attending from Shelton were Mr. and Mrs. Larry Godwin, Mr. and Mrs. George Witcraft. Mr. and Mrs. ttoward Swope, Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Sparks, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Robinson, Lucille Chapman. Jessie Cox, Colleen (;ephart, Sue Latham, Marian Johnson, Esther Morgan and Mamie (?lark. ttoward Swope was installed as St. Vice Commander of District 5. Josephine Sparks was installed as Musician and Fae Robinson as Color Bearer No. 3 in District 5. Film To Be Shown Thursday "You Don't ttave to Buy War, Mrs. Smith." a fihned address by Bess Myerson (;rant, Comnlissioncr of ('onsumer Affairs for New York City, will be shown at 8 p.m. next Thursday in the PUI) Auditorium. Mrs. Grant, a former Miss America, made the talk at the World Mothers Day Assembly of 'Another Mother for Peace' in San Francisco last May. She says, in part, "As New York City's Commissioner of Consumer Affairs, I have been telling the people of my city... that they do not have to put up with shoddy products in the market place; and I feel the same way about shoddy policies. You don't have to buy the cliches of 'peace-keeping actions.' You don't have to buy falling dominoes. You don't have to buy war, Mrs. Smith... "Well, we've learned something. That while our sons have been sent out to the jungles of the world to fight the enemy, the enemy is here. The enemy is in Union Square - in Times Square - and especially in Wilshire Boulevard - it's smog. "The enemy is in Appalachia and the ghettos of Harlem and Watts - it's hunger and despair. "The enemy is polluted water and air The enemy is ~oolluted hope. POllutJof~ ,s not healthy for children and other living things... Our cities are burning, and we're devoting our national resources to napahn for the straw huts of lndo China. "Why'? Because there are profits to be made on Pentagon p,oducts. And there are thousands of companies involved. Some of them are very familiar names to us homemaker-con- sumers."..." 'Another Mother for Peace', the non-profit, non-partisan association that sponsored Mrs. Grant's appearance in San Francisco, seeks to eliminate war as a means of settling disputes between nations, peoples and ideologies, by educating its women members in order that they may actively communicate with their representatives in Washington. The loges of this group, the flower with the statement 'War is not healthy for children and other living things," has been translated into many languages. Arrangements for presenting the film locally have been made by Andy Tuson, program chairman for the Mason County Democratic Club. The club will hold its regular business meeting at 7:30 p.m. preceding the film. The public is invited to attend both film and meeting..,,,,~ !/%fii:r . : Nancy Evers High School Sp Sewing is a very big thing for is secretary for Nency Evers, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne livers, who has been active in 4-t-I work for the past seven years. She learned to sew when she joined the group and is still going strong. She has entered ahnost every available contest concerning clothing and has participated in judging activities as well as dress review. She has entered her sewing projects ill fairs with excellent results, and for the pasl two years she has attended the state 4-H conference in Pulhnan. As a sophomore, Nancy joined the Rifle Club and as a junior, the Z Club. In her junior and senior years she has belonged to the Honor Club, and she has been a Latin Cluh member for three years, and president of the group for the past two years. She which she has for two yearS. tter studies senior Englisl year Latin. second year student as! llistory. He reading needlework crocheting and Miss Eve Shelton on has a younger an older sister, She is Circle, and (;rays ttarb~ to prepare dental h economiCS the extension The last regular spr~ng meeting of the Shclton (;arden Club will be held in the home of Mrs. Judson Brooks at I p.m. on Monday. Mrs. Greta Jeffrey and Mrs. Dorothy Young will be tea hostesses. New officers will be installed. Mr. Ruddell of the State Park~ Department will be the speaker for the afternoon. Plans will be made for representatives of the Club to attend the State Convention to be held in Port Angeles From June 14 through June 17. The June meeting will be a picnic in Pt. Defiance Park. fhe Ma y meeting of the Ann Ouimby gave a report on I'izzicato Music Club, a ,,,others" Junior Day which washeld May 1 New Officers Set Scholarship Tea It',,, look place at 7 p.m. on May in Vancouver, Wa. At this meeting Church Women For Laurel Court Held Last Week 4 in the home of co-counselor elections for State Junior Officers Mrs. R. W. Norvold. tlcr took place and three Pizzicato Set Installation Royal Matron Greva TobeyBy Music Club co-hostesses for the event were memburs were elected to l.ori ttuber, Karen Kytta, and positions: Alexis Kuhr as of New Officers and Royal Patron Harold Brown will preside when Laurel CourtThe annual Scholarship Tea Tracey I)eMiero. vice-president, Nancy Eveleth as The n,ccting opened with the secretary, and Lori Huber as Newly elected officers of the No. 26 holds its first meeting with presented by the Shelton Music singing of the Junior Collect of the National Federation of Music ('lubs played by April Kuhr. The hymn of the month was presented by Ann Quimby. Belinda Rae read her essay, "Joy of Service Through Music", which won first place in the Washington State competition. By Jan Danford cockroach crouching in the crevices of the newspaper. Oh, the utter humiliation of it! My embarrassment knew no bounds. ! was mortified beyond belief, chagrined and shamed. I wrote them a prompt and lengthy letter of abject apology, and rushed to them a fresh cockroach by return mail. tlow 1 hate The bug so ugly, Snuggled in A rug so smugly. My butterfly Escaped to try His wings on high, Enraptured, While I who spun A web begun In careless fun Am captured. 1 recently sent to overseas relatives a large and carefully packaged parcel of goodies, most of them extremely fragile and therefore surrounded by crumpled copies of the very versatile Journal. The delighted recipients wrote to tell me of the safe arrival of their gifts, assuring me that all items were intact and in wonderful condition with the exception of the quite dead chaplain. The Pizzicato Club won first place for its Achievement Record, Honor Roll Standing, President's Report, and National Music Week, winning second place for its yearbook. in the competitions for various musical scholarships, Karen Kytta won the Persis ttorton Award for a piano student and Alexis Kuhr won the Marguerite Cohen Camp Scholarship for her flute work. The highlight of the business section of the meeting was the candlelight installation of new officers by retiring president Susan Hamilton. Taking office were Alexis Kuhr, president; Nancy Eveleth, vice-president; Connie Tuson, secretary; Tracey DeMiero, treasurer. Mothers and guests heard a program presented by the members which included piano numbers by Cheryl Bedell, Susan Hamilton, Karen Kytta, Ann Quimby, and Connie Tuson. A flute solo was played by Alexis Kuhr with April Kuhr at the piano. Songs with guitar accompaniment were performed by Lori ttuber and Tracey ........ DeMiero. Made to Measure--Any Size Lined or Unlined FOR LABOR Pay Only For Materials Choose from nse Selection Over 150 Patterns and Colors MATERIAL PRICED From Open Fray Evening~ Until 8:30 p.m. St. Edward's Women's Club will be installed at the last yearly meeting to be held at 8 p.m. today in St. Edward's Hall. They are: President, Mrs. Leonard Friend; vice-president, Mrs. Norman Bykerk; secretary, Mrs. William James; treasurer Mrs. Harold Zangl. The Alter Boys' Swim Party was held on May 4 at the Nuotare Pool. After swimming they gathered in the Hall for hot dogs and snacks. The Women's Club has recently purchased new draperies for the meeting room. The re-decoration project will continue with upholstery work for the Fireplace Room. new officers at 8 p.m. Wednesday in the Masonic Temple. The court will honor Jr. Past Royal Matron Frances Magruder and Royal Patron Louis Barnaby, and also mothers and fathers. Officers who were not present for installation will be installed at this meeting. Drive Scheduled Precinct Committeemen of the Democratic Central Committee will engage in a house-to-house Dollars For Democrats Drive on Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Club in honor of National Music Week was held from 3 p.m. until 5 p.m. last Thursday in the home of Mrs. R. W. Norvold. A varied program was presented by vocal soloists, pianists, clarinetists, and a string trio. The club will award to a qualified student a year of local study in music. The winner will be selected by a panel of five club members from grades seven through eleven. Fourteen applications have been received for judging and auditions will be held. National Music Week and the Shelton Music Club are sponsored by the National Federation of Music Clubs. SHOE DEPT. COMPLETELY WASHABLE by Regularly $5.99 NeW Blue with Red trim Bone with Brown trim Tie into everything this summer in gay carefree easY clean Canvas Casuals. They're the mostl DRAMATIC NEW LOSE WEIGHT GOING NOTHING ON KET IS MORE FOR WEIGHT JET. jET 350 Approx. jET ! Makes 22 22 o WHAT JET USERS SAY** Lost 32 Ibs, in 12 weeks, and has since last a total of 64 1/2 Ibs. "My Doctor and I are no dral if onyt delighted with my r~ults." ... Lost 29 I/2 Ibm. "...this is a wonderful diet w~th desirable results and no hunger or o~ craved fotigue.".,, tension" .. ONE WEEK'S TRIAL WILL II Th Gold M ~dal For Adults and T When EVERGREEN SQUARE Page 8- Shelton-Mason County Journal - Thursday, May 13, 1971