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May 16, 1963     Shelton Mason County Journal
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, SHELTON:--MAS0N COUNTY JOURNAL--Published in 'Christmastown, U.S.A.", Shelton, Washington ThursdaY:l PAGE 10 Bordeaux PTA - " _ _ ' May Schedule Is " ,,,..,.,,. ,,, ,, ;,.,, ., ,. ,, .; MANY PROBLEMS DISGUSSED00' e WflMI 0 UUUIILINU 111 1flUOlE RI/,UrilEit, BE: To Install Tonight a t t n ! $ v p_ n t. Busy One For / / STATE PTA GONVENTION IN _: Bordeaux PTA will install new tlW  11 I  I I w  mm w  Tl7 A,,Vl],).,r ( n r . /-.rl  lr .] .L_ ) Representing Mason County at trial, PTA rfle officers at 7:30 p m tonight at the . . , 'X " ? Keclpe favorites uiuounty t00esloems the recent Washington Congress dren in school. Two presidents, Jm and Society Editor Marj Waters Phone 426-44 2 The new regular meeting of the  - of Parents and Teachers Convert- have to p Y , Ruth Nutt, will be among those Ladies Auxiliary to the Veterans " . ...... " ,r uues only once,} installed '  w,.o  ,.m h. h t non in eumgnam were: mrs. each child.  Others who will take new of- | " I F I I 11 II e /II 'nm'*me)rr"c)'ni''l i" t*la*e: Clyde Ruddell and/Mrs. Roger Wu- In an aftern0[ : rices are: Mrs, William Hender-  Hlnll hnnl %nnTIinnT  ;o;i;i bui-]d:mff:'H'otesse's will--be son, Mt. View; Mrs. Tom Ryan delegates, YlrS;t son 1st vice pres.; Mrs.. Virgil -- 11111 FtlIVVl qlFrlFVWlIIgl Lucille Speece, Doris Simpson, and Mrs. Joe Borek, Evergreen; vancouver,  Allen, 2rid vice pres.; Mrs. Joyce -- Barbara Okonek and Elinor Gas- Mrs. Dave Dick and Mrs. WiN pressed cancer;.. Dick, treas.; and Mr. and Mrs. ser. The prize wilI be brought by liam Henderson, Bordeaux; Mrs. 1963 legislatUr Nell E;ander, sec. Edna Bearden. Dave Deffinbaugh, PTA Council; jar financial_* Special music will be furnished Memorial services will be con- Mrs. Jack Grubb, Hoodsport; Mrs. from the sta Lv. by the 5th and 6th grades, ducted b , the auxitiar, for all of Thomas Davis, North Mason and have to forgte  P- deceased me-rs a Mrs. Albert Luhm. Pro-School. ences in taxaU  ***o . sonal responSu t Winners At Last Members are urged to attend The organization is backing the Eagles' Card Party At the May II Eagles card par- ty the women's first place was won by Clara Stuck; second place by Elizabeth Butler. Art Hazel- quist won men's high; Ernie Swi- ger, second. Traveling pinochle went to Vio- la Laugen and Avis Saeger. The next card party will be held May 25 at the Eagle's hall at the airport. The public is invited. To him who is in fear every- thing rustles.--Sophocles. TV SETS FOR RENT Don't Miss the Fun and Entertainment of Television TAYLOR RADIO ELEGTRIG 4th &Cota 426-6602 SANDI BYE was born in Shelton, raised in Shelton and ttended Sbelton schools, She will graduate with the class of 1963 this June 7. Sandi hopes to attend Beauty school following graduation. 6AINS COMFORT FROM CALL !'!'!:%: :i:i: "Oh course I dot a code in my head, but dank you for calling," was the happy grandmother's reply to an unexpected long distance call from her son and his family. It wasn't Mother's Day or even Christmas. They just had the impulse to keep in touch, and the kids wanted very much to talk to Grandma. Even with the pleasant weeping caused by this call, her voice sounded good to ever/one. Have you shared some tearful hap- piness with your folks lately? Call this evening, after 6, ,( when the rates are lower. PACIFIC NORTHWEST BELL Sandi Bye will be one of the first in line for her diploma when they are passed out at Irene S. Reed high school the night of June 7. Graduation will climax 12 years of attendance in Shelton schools for her. Sandi was born in Shelton Jan- uary 20, 1945. She is the daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Bye, Hillcrest. She is, in fact, their last "chick". Sandi ha three sisters anal a brother--all older than she. She took business courses in the first couple of years of high school and home economics cours- es this year. She has decided nei- ther one is for her. After high school Sandi hopes to attend Beau- ty school. Her bjects this year are ad- vanced tailoring, civics, home man- agement, foods and drama. She is a member of Pep Club. She re- cently helped organize the Moth- er-Daughter Tea at the high school which also included a style show. Swimming and water skiing are favorites of this 5'4" brown eyed senior gal with dark brown hair. She also likes to sew. Dr. Hall To Speak To Democrat Club There will be a meeting of the Mason County Democratic Club at 8 p.m. tonight in the PD build- rag. Guest speaker will be Dr. Rob- ert Hall from the Department of Public Assistance. His subject ill be Medicare. Refreshments will be ser.ved. All Democrats and interested persons are cordially invited to attend. RACHEL KNOTT GUILD The Rachel Knott Orthopedic Guild will meet for a 12:30 p.m. hmcheon Friday at the home of Mrs. Glendo Ferguson rather than Mrs. Chuck Rowe's as prev- iously planned. Oldsmobile sales ate ROCETI#G! Nearly 1,700 people a day are discovering what a thrill it is to step out in an Oldsmobile. Reasons? Plenty! Sleek looks. Sensational V-8 performance! Plus the kind of economy that' made the Olds Dynamic 88 Class "G" winner in the Mobil Economy Run! F STATION WAGO DYNAMIC 89 CONVERT|BL I= -- THERES SOMETHING EXTRA ABOUT OWNING AN OLDSMOBILEI., SEE YOUR FRIENDLY OLDSMOBILE DEALERI ---- HELL CHEVROLET CO. 1st & Grove Sts. Shelton, Wash. this meeting due to a busy sched- ule ahead for the remainder of t5e month. Hospital chairman, Josephine Sparks, accompanied by Betty Godwin and Florence Hamilton vi- sited Western State hospital last Friday. They took 12 cakes, 95 books, several magazines and clo- thing for the patients. They serv- ed refreshments to over 104 pa- tients. Saturday evening McCleary aux- iliary held its installation of new officers. Attending from Shelton were Fae Robinson, Josephine Sparks, Bernice Jansson, Jessie Cox and Florence Hamilton. Elma auxiliary has invited mem- bers from Shelton to a joint in- stallation of its post and auxiliary next Monday beginning with a 3:30 p.m. turkey dinner. New-00fi00ers '00osen By Golden Age Glub New officers were chosen at the last meeting of the Golden Age Club which was attended by 45 members. The new president is Roy Cable; vice president, Walter Chappell; treasurer. Mrs. Alma White; secretary, Mrs. Homer Painter; sick comm. chairman, Mrs. Grace Bartlett; publicity, Mrs. Mary Trctter; trustees. Ho- mer Painter, Mrs. Avis Saeger and Mrs. Ads Wandell. The next meeting of the club will be held at 6 p.m. May 23 at the Memorial Hall. New Girl Scout Program Offered A group of Shelton Girl Scouts attended a conference in the Cen- tralia Junior high school May 4 to learn what Cadet Scouting will be. Over 400 girls from the Tall Timber council participated. Cadet scouting will be open for all girls from grade 7-9 regard- gardless of whether or not she has been a scout before. Any girl interested in further information can call Mrs. Fred Holm at 426- 4518. Bridal Shower Honors Miss Sandra Mattson Many useful household items were received by Miss Sandra Mat- tson when she was the guest of honor at a bridal shower May 7 at the home of Mrs. Pat Dugger. Mrs. W. E. Lawson was co-hostess for the event. Miss Mattson will become the bride of Mr, Dennis Loertscher May 25. Games were played with prizes going to Mrs. Ronald Freeman and Mrs. ,Jim Shrum. Refreshments were served. DEMOCRATIC CENTRAL COMMITTEE MEETING There will be a meeting of the Mason County Democratic Central Committee at 8 p.m. next Thurs- day in the courthouse. Frank Keller, chairman of the democratic State committee will speak on the Future of the Dem- ocratic party, Navy Mothers Visit Bremerlon Glub Eight members of the Mason County Navy Mothers Club vis- ited the Bremerton club May 8. They helped serve cookies and coffee to patients in the Navy hospital. Afterwards they went to the installation of officers of the Bremerton club. Mrs. Albert Lord of Shelton was the installing offi- cer. The next regular meeting of the Shelton club will be held at 8 p.m. tonight at the Memorial hall. Navy Mothers will serve the May 21 Kiwanis luncheon. ' ::I::::: ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ................= .......:.......:. . :!:.. (-.' ROSE NYE'S recipe for French Bread is one she uses year- round. It is good with spaghetti dinners and other winter meals and real tasty with summer barbecues. With summer just around the corner thoughts begin to turn to the back-yard barbecue. When we think of barbecue menus we invariably come up with . . . and French bread". Rose Nye's recipe for French bread is an easy one to mix as there is no kneading involved. It is delicious as garlic bread, toast or just plain. Lois and Dale Nye live on the Cole Road. They have two child- ren. Weedy, 8, and Danny, 11. Dale has the Nye Plastering Co. to keep him busy. Rose helps with the bookkeeping for the business. She is the newly elected presi- tent of the Shel-Toa Orthopedic uild and a member of the Little Skookum Community Club and Matloek Grange. Rose likes to work in the yard when the weather is nice. She also enjoys figuring out house plans with her husband. French Bread l/fi cups quite warm water 1 pkg. dry yeast 1 tbsp. sugar 1 tbsp. melted shortening 2 tsp. salt 4a cups sifted flour Put water m heated bowl. Add sugar and yeast. Allow yeast to start working then add shorten- ing and salt. Stir well. Add flour. Mix well with large spoon Dough should be sticky. Cover with cloth wrung out in hot water, Let rise until more than double in bulk-- about 1u hours. warm oven works well). Shape ifiLo two loaves and place on buttered baking sheet ISABELLA CLUB SLATES CARD PARTY Lake Isabella Women's Cinb will sponsor a luncheon and card party next Wednesday at the home of Avis Saeger. Lunch will be served at noon with card playing begin- ing at 1 p.m. Everyone is welcome to attend. The American Legion Dept. of Wash. FRED B. WIVELL POST 31 Jay Umphenour. Commander J. Mel Dobson, Adjutant Meetings 1st and 3rd Tuesdays MAY 7 & 21 At The -- Memorial Hall----8 p.m. Will they inherit a home or a 2:" ':" :?:.::: * :::::: ======================} ii" ...... : :'x'f::::::.:.,. .";: ::::i:., ,f mortgage? LIFEC0's Home Protec- tion insurance guarantees that your family will in- herit a home, free and dear -instead of a mortgage. This low cost LIFEC0 protection - patterned to your specific needs-is a must for every home buyer. Protect your family home with LIFEC0's Home Pro- tertian insurance plan-call us today. LIFECO INSURANCE COMPANY of AMERICA that has been sprinkled with corn meal. Slash top and brush lightly with water (salted if desired). Raise again uncovered until very light. Bake 10 minutes at 425 degrees. Brush again with water and re- duce heat to 350 degrees. Bake 30 minutes more or until done. Five minutes before done. brush with mixture of one beaten egg white and one tbsp. water. For a change try a glaze of /z cup cold water. Vz tsp. salt ad 1Vz tsp, cornstarch cooked until clear. Apply before raising seconl time and after 10 minutes bakfng. Hembroff Agency 116 No. Second Phone 426-3357 HOME ovvtc s E).TT L [:t WA.HI?GTON proposed F#?SO"I'D (:' :1. gam- bling tolerance law passed by the 1963 legislature. t reaSfi:-ned op- position to liberaliza:on of liquor laws and called for tighter con- trols on cigarette advertising. At the same time delegates to the annual convention rejected 631-290 a Spokane proposal opposing any new federal aid-to-education. total govern onomies, PUS action ancing", she Mrs. Mage cellence in it must be curreut on athletics ouns of of tests and On other matters the PTA sup- tire school ported the United Nations as the best available instrument for excellence. . world peace, opposed postal rate CLA increases for educational material, 194 .- awPePlroved half a dozen federal child MEETING uefsarr proposals and ctlanged the A meeting at ' s uctu e. union comitte-- The state dues were raised from 8 p.m. next Tue; 30 to 45 cents a year with the of Mr national dues remaining at five Financial pla; cents. However, for a one-year dinner will be.!,: ibis % ( gives driving He gives your carl proper lubrication' avoid trouble beating's from come let our grease )',:lip ca0 smoother driv Ingl ONE stop here will keep.you 1 M"''" safelYlk,,:: '! 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