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May 13, 1971     Shelton Mason County Journal
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In Recent Ceremony By DORA HEARING MATLOCK - A very pretty wedding was held at the United Methodist Church in Shelton Saturday night when Debbie Brehmeyer daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Brehmeyer Jr. became the bride of David Rodger Knipschield, son of Mr. and Mrs. Knipschield of Agate. Many relatives and friends attended. Matlock Grange held its regular meeting last Friday night with 16 members attending. The Charter was draped in memory of Mrs. Augusta Portman. One new member was given the obligation - Mardell Dudics. The Grange ladies will put the banquet on for Mason County Granges Bowling teams this Saturday night. Nellie Rossmaier wishes to thank all the members who took part in the baking, sewing and needlework for the state grange convention. Some entered for the National Grange. Miss Dori Lou Barnes of Mercer Island spent Friday and Saturday with the William Barnes Sr. and William Barnes Jr. at their farms, prior to her departure on May 16 for Osaka, Japan. She will be teaching English there for the next year. The William Barnes Jr. and Dorie Lou helped celebrate their fathers birthday Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Pat Walker and son of Seattle, Mrs. Larry Walker and girls Janet and Susan and Mr. and Mrs. Dan Walker and sons David and Ricky were Sunday Bank Aiding CARE Effort The Shelton Branch of the Seattle-First National Bank is assisting CARE, the overseas relief and rehabilitation agency, to mark the 25th anniversary of its world wide service to humanity. "Care at 25" enclosures during May will remind its customers and the community of this milestone of achievements in serving Americans concerned about the plight of less fortunate people in other lands by delivering in their behalf aid to ease hunger and suffering. More than 100 million packages have been delivered to the hungry and destitute, many of them victims of disaster or aggression, aiding a billion people in 73 countries. Today CARE serves in 35 countries. dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Walker. Mr. and Mrs. Elvin Hearing and Mr. and Mrs. Gene Brehmeyer and sons were Monday visitors at the Herbert Brehmeyer Sr. home. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Walker and sons spent Saturday in Tacoma with the Neal Davies and Larry Walker families. Matlock Ladies Club met last week Wednesday with Mrs. William Barnes Sr. and Mrs. Elvin Hearing hostess. Visitors were ladies from the Riverside Club. Mrs. Lula (?reamer, Mrs. Rita Palmer and Mrs. Rachel Valley were judges for the grange sewing contest. A program was held after the luncheon. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Sharp and family and James Rossmaier of Olympia, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Goodburn and family of Shelton and Mr. and Mrs. Larry Chamberlin and family of Port Orchard were Mothers Day guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lud Rossmaier. Mr. and Mrs. Elvin Hearing took in the Rhododendron show Sunday in Shelton and then visited Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Hunter at Lake Nahwatzel. Carl Portman spent Tuesday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Max Cash. Mr. and Mrs. Le Roy Boothe of South Bend, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Brehmeyer and Mr. and Mrs. Gene Brehmeyer of Grisdale, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Quibble and Mr. and Mrs. 1. C. Ford all went to the Herbert Brehmeyer Jr. home after the wedding and celebrated Ira Brehmeyer's 13th birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Tyler Booth and baby and Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Boothe and Mr. and Mrs. Sandy Bridges and daughter were weekend guests at the Ira Ford home. Dr. Renolds and family of Seattle were weekend guests at the Kenneth Howard home. Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Ronald May and family were visitors at the Howard home. Mrs. Graham Dundas and children of Shelton spent Wednesday afternoon at the Archie Kelley home. Mrs. David Smith and children returned to their home at Humptulip Saturday after spending a week with her folks Mr. and Mrs. Archie Kelley. Saturday evening Mr. and Mrs. Edward Valley called at the Kelley home. Southside By MRS. RAY KRATCHA SOUTHSIDE - The Bachelors 4-H club met last Monday at the Southside Grange Hall at 4 p.m. The meeting was called to order. They discussed how to get rock collections ready for the fair this year. Leader Ann Wheeler said 4-Her's could make egg carton collection boxes and each member could collect his own rocks and label them. Members started learning about different kinds of rocks in their 4-H books. They learned about "Igneous," "Metamorphic" and "Sedimentary" rocks. Refreshments were served and i _ E , Spooso, d bz Fraternal Order, I(niqhls :7 Three girls from the Shelton High School Art Class were awarded prizes recently for their entries in the traffic safety poster contests sponsored by the Knights of Pythias. Robert W. Thomas, Grapeview, Knights of Pythias State Chairman of the project, presented the awards to the girls. Top left is the third place winner drawn by Diane Dunbar, a junior; on the top left is the first place winner drawn by Karen Johnson, a senior, and on the bottom, the second place winner drawn by Nancy Dayton, a junior. i \, / Shelton High School den cers le the meeting adjourned, reported junior leader Chris Rickards. Friendship club met May 5 at the home of Alma Hurst. There were five members and two visitors that attended. The next meeting is May 19 at the home of Grace Wright. Mr. and Mrs. John Kratcha Jr., of Silverdale, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Kratcha, John Kratcha, Leah Perrine and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Kratcha gathered at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Kratcha, Michael and Shelley Saturday evening to help Dolly Kratcha of Silverdale celebrate her birthday. Mr. and Mrs. John Cookson and Jackie visited Mr. and Mrs. Ray Kratcha Sunday evening. BY SIGRID CRABTREE Voting was held last week and the results were announced on Friday. ASB (Associated Student BodY) officers for next year are Jim Rogerson, president, Jim Kneeland, vice-president; Diane Bourgault, secretary, and Jim johnsen treasurer. DRAMA Peanuts left us with a smile, went to Pullman to be entered in the state competition and back with four wins. Peanuts received the best play award, Julie Archer received best actress, Dan Nye received the best actor award and Guy Hodge received the award for best supporting actor. The cast has been working since early in the school year in order to perfect the production under the leadership and guidance of Dean Tarrach, the drama instructor. The cast included Julie Archer as Lucy; Kim Niklaus, junior as Charlie Brown; Guy Hodge, senior, as Shroeder; Dan Nye, senior, Snoopy; Mike Connolly, junior, Linus; Linda Koch, senior, Peppermint Patti and Holly Manke, junior, Sally. Other members of the cast include Sandy Baskin, senior; Dee Williamson, senior; Terri Bostrom, junior; Joe McClanahan, junior; Kathy Stickley, junior and Wendy Erhart, senior. Latin Club The Latin club Flower Festival was held Tuesday night from 7:30 to 9 p.m. in the Reed Social Hall. There were many events such as netwrestling, buffet, portrait Students painting, puppet show, and same maJ fortune telling. Teachers There was no admission and each charge but donations were with those accepted for coverage of food costs. There Opera Penelope talent "Penelope" an opera will be who presented to Shelton High School talent students by the Seattle OperaRobert company Friday at 10:30 a.m. in the Shelton Gym. The AFS Saturd The regional AFS convention This Yl was held here last Friday. You and Exchange students and students the dance from the surrounding area Cyrcus. participated in the convention. Registration several Registration for high school As is tl classes will be held May 25. allowed Page 16 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Thursday, May 13. 1971