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May 20, 1971     Shelton Mason County Journal
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May 20, 1971

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lassical ! ! SIGNING UP FOR DAY CAMP are, left to right, Diana Wolfer, Darlene Balcomb and Paula Pollock. Mrs. Richard Wolfer, Day Camp Director, stands by to assist. II ram Day Camp Scheduled Day Camp sponsored by the Girl Scouts of America, will be held from June 28 to July 2 in the Simpson Recreation Area at Mason Lake from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. daily. The registration fee, due no later than June 14, will be $3.50 for the five days. The form should be completed and mailed, with the fee, to Mrs. Ernest Malloy, 2111 Adams St., Shelton. A receipt will be provided. The camp is open to all girls of Mason County, non-scouts as well as scouts. Many special events are planned, and surprise visitors are expected. Swimming will be available, and the camp will operate, rain or shine. A local doctor will conduct a free health clinic for registered girls on the morning of June 1 6 in the County Health Office, formerly the Clinic Hospital. Campers are asked to bring a sack lunch on the first day, and also a small note pad. Clothing appropriate for outdoor activities must be worn, and sturdy shoes are a necessity. Thongs, sandals and halters are not permitted. Additional information may be obtained by phoning Mrs. Malloy, or Day Camp Director Mrs. Richard Walter. 1971 DAY CAMP REGISTRATION Detach and mail with fee to camp registrar listed on page 4 (please print) Camp [Service Unit Camper's Name (Last name, first name, I m dd e initial) Name of Parent or Guardian Home Address (Number and Street) Name of Day Camp Camper is currently: (check one) ( ) Senior ( )Brownie ( )Junior ( )Cadette ( )Non- Scout City girl Corky Darn learned the hard way and loved every minute of it. Upon arriving in Hoodsport three years ago she was thrilled at the sight of her first woodpecker and overjoyed with the native plants and animals abounding in the surrounding area. In her wild but inexperienced enthusiasm she was, perhaps, gullible; she cheerfully embarked on an oyster-hunt armed with a large club, and in the course of her first mushroom-gathering expedition managed to lose herself and her friends for a full [Home Tel. ten hours before emerging in her own back yard at 4 a.m. proudly bearing a beat-up basketful of Our daughter has had a physical examination within the past year and is in good health. We give full permission for our daughter to attend Day Camp and participate in all activities, We have read the Camp Folder and agree to cooperate with all regulations. We also give permission for her to be photographed and further agree to allow the Council to release such pictures for publicity purposes. City or Town Zip Code badly mangled mush-rooms. ..... "They were the best I've ever Will Camper Use Special Bus eaten," she swears. if Provided? Born, raised and educated in ( ) Yes ( ) No Her Troop Troop has Annual Portland, Ore., there she met and No. Insurance married John Dorn, and there ( ) Yes ( ) No they lived until their arrival in this vicinity. They love their Hoodsport home. Cheese Cake Graham Cracker Crust PARENTAL SIGNATURE NECESSARY Soroptimists Clubs Convene 11/2 C. graham cracker crumbs 3 Tbsp. sugar 1/2 C. margarine or butter, melted Mix well and press into large pie plate Cream Filling 9 ats O0 ~iilI! ..... i//< / il CORKY DORN, dancer, writer, cook, also quite an outdoor girl. A ballet program, a Benefit or at the door. Hamilton, Sarah Overton, In Conference 23-oz. pkgs. cream cheesein lodgework, and are members Because Performance for The Muscular Shelton students dancing in Shannon Stordalen, Debbie 2eggs of the Aberdeen Elks. Corky time-ccrsurr Dystrophy Association of the program are Patti Ragan, Laurie Vander Wegen and 1/2C. sugar bowls with the Housewife's because of her America, will be presented by the Brewer, Florence Hamilton, Susan Nicki Schouviller. Clubs from Washington, Shelton's president, Bernadine tsp. vanilla League in Shelton and her quarters, she Oregon, Idaho and Montana met Duffey, was seated at a place of Beat together, pour into pie shell hobbies include archery, cookery and ~ Deanne Coyne School of Classical with the Alaska Clubs at honor at the Sunday session, and bake for 20 minutes at 375 Mr. and Mrs. John Dorn tive the weather per~ Ballet on Tuesday, in the Capitol i-d ' /TOD s! IFaM~anks' Alaska' n May ?'9' alng with presidents f ther degrees" Drain syrup frm l can in a small trailer the premises f Her cheese Theater in Olympia. when Anchorage, Juneau, clubs in the region who have of cherries and add to it 1 C. which they share with an elderly favorite borrow The performance will beginat ~ , Ketchikan and Sitka joined attained Jubilee Club status by sugar mixed with 2 Tbsp. Basset-Cocker Spaniel named Mill Thursday 8:00 p.m. and will consist of four ballets. II Fairbanks in hostessing the 53rd completing the required criteria cornstarch. Heat to boiling, add Tufty and with Friday, a large suits her to a "Cottontail Concert" and A Y m Conference of the Northwest of this, our Golden Jubilee year. cherries and cook until thickened. Labrador so named because he simple to pr i'Chimney Fantasy" are whimsical Region of Soroptimist. Bernadine The highlight of the closing Cool slightly; pour over cream was rescued by them on a Friday delicious, and sl stry' ballets and have been I ~/0~~ ~t: [Duffey' president' Jane Brwn'sessin n sunday were remarks filling" Cream well 1 C" surthe 1 3 th' 11 years ag" choreographed especially for delegate, Ruth Boysen, Evelyn by Peggy Couse, Regional cream and 6 Tbsp. sugar. Spread Abandoned and injured, he children and the 'young at heart', it m, i " Fagergren, and Jeanette Hansen Governor. over cherries to completely cover responded to their assistance by Students attending from Shelton, were "Sea Still" is an abstract S~ttleai21asdkm~malb;ds of the Order . top of mixture and return to oven adopting them. . ballet performed by four dancers, for 5 to 8 minutes. Corky loves to cook and sheInto Phi "A Hummel Prayer" is a Jan Danford, Society Editor / "-------- .......... -~ ..... ---=---- ....... likes to entertain guests. In the ballet inspired by a nun's love of The keynote "address on Mrs. Barnett Visits "No more city life for us - summer friends and relatives from AtState ~:~.L~ ~~: autul, tile ~eBt~ L',, , ' ~ ~i ~ .... ~ i -~ ~ ~ , ~ ~ _I Friday was delivered by Margaret m -- /"~-- -- -- -" -- u ...... everl': Corky declares. , Portland are frequent visitors, as ~r~ ........ -:Nmplicity represented by them. Tt Larkin, Klamath Falls, ~.!I! . orylu rltJllll~, .. Mrs. Dorn was for 13,.months are herdaneing~students. Among Federation Education chairman Mrs. Doyle Barnett returned the Hoodsport correspondent for University Pupils To Appear In Recital i; Well, Becky Wilson, and Lynn Wilson. Alexis Kuhr, flutist, will be guest soloist. Relatives and friends are invited to the recital and to the social hour which will follow. Hospital Tour In Tacoma By Guild An "On the Road" meeting will be held on Friday by the Sarah Eckert Guild, members of which will meet at 9:45 a.m. Friday in the Grapeview Fire Hall to pool tides to Tacoma. Gardens at Point Defiance will be viewed during the morning by those interested, after which the group will assemble at Mary Bridge Children's Hospital for a tour of the facilities. Guild efforts are directed toward the support of the hospital. Anniversary Is Observed By Demmons Mr. and Mrs. Don Demmon, 940 Cascade, observed their 40th wedding anniversary on April 8. They were married in 1931 in Lake Andes, S.D. They came to Shelton from Platte, S.D. in 1941, and Demmon was employed by the city. Their children are Mrs. Joyce (Fred) Wagner of Zanesville, Ohio, and Mrs. Donna (Lyle) Coleman, Harold Demmon, Dennis Demmon and Bonnie Demmon, all of Shelton. They have 11 grandchildren. They enjoy camping as a hobby. Mrs. Loui Larson wiU present piano, organ and voice students in a recital in the Methodist Church on Sunday at 2:00 p.m. Participating students are Mark Adams, Tim Adams, Lesli Boyd, Scott Boyd, Diane Bourgault, Holli Coleman, Chris Engen, Kathy Fuller, Karen Fuller, Gall Fuller, Vicki Heinitz, Lori Huber, Jayni Hunter, Bob Hurst, Dan Kimbel, Vickie Kimbel, April Kuhr, Candace Mac Rue, Jill Michaelis, Cheri Orr, Becky Pearson, Ann Quimby, Craig Ragan, Cheryl Tabor, Debbie Guild Raises Funds For Association Members of the Blanche Radtke Orthopedic Guild announce that $1170 was cleared at the fund-raising event held in the Holiday Beach Clubhouse on May 4, enabling the group to contribute $1300 to the Tacoma Orthopedic Association for the benefit of Mary Bridge Children's Hospital. Card Party Set The Eagles Auxiliary will sponsor a Pinochle Party at 7:30 p.m. on Friday in the Multi-service Center. The parties will be held on the first and third Fridays of each month. Tickets are available at Yenney's Music Store in Olympia and Past Regional Governor. On Friday evening Sarkis Atamian, University of Alaska Department Head, Professor of Physchology-Sociology received a, standing ovation for his address "Patriotism, Love of Country", which was the Conference Theme chosen by Governor "Peggy" Couse. On Saturday members were urged to "Bring our Soroptimist Themes to life - patriotism, love of country through law enforcement, responsibility and fights of others; plan and pursue them through communication, coordination, and recognition." Dorothea King, Director District No. 1, quoted our Federation President Katherine Stinson as follows: ".. The community problems and needs today are of such magnitude and of such concern to all, that they require the concerted efforts of all responsible citizens, particularly service club members.., there's no better time than now for Soroptimist to take the initiative and personally participate, become informed and involved and lead the action". Blanche Clark, Regional I.G.U. Chairman, urged Clubs in our Region to safeguard the welfare of children thru support of UNESCO and UNICEF, and the U. N. Mrs. Clark showed colored slides taken at the School for the Rehabilitation of the Blind Children in Mexicali, Mexico. The school was constructed and is operated by the Soroptimist Club of Mexacali, and is one of the projects to which clubs in our Regions have given help. The formal banquet, held in the Gold Room on Saturday evening, was attended by 375 members and guests. Dorothy D. Button, Regional Chairman of the 50th Anniversary Committee and Past Regional Governor, opened with "The Future Begins Today". Entertainment was provided by the Fairbanks Light Opera Association. The main address "Are You 'With' it?" by Eileene M. Bidwell, President Elect, Soroptimist Federation of the Americas, was followed by a reception honoring Federation Officers, Regional Board and Past Governors. recently from a month-long visit in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Jackson of Decatur, Ga. Mrs. Jackson is her daughter, the former Lorraine Demler. The Jackson's first child, Tyler Thomas was born on April 11. the Journal, and has now been employed for more than a year as a waitress in the Old Mill Tavern and Cute. She and her husband teach ballroom and tap-dancing to a class of 19 local children each Saturday morning. Both are active Smorgasbord Set initiated into Robert W. and Mrs. Bel fair; Li daughter of Barrom, Shel Barrom, D.K. Teen leaders of the 4-H will sponsor an International Dinner, smorgasbord style, from noon until 2 p.m. on Saturday in the Multi-service Center. IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIil1111111111111111111 The easy way to train such plants as sweet peas and morning glories is on specially treated string netting. It can be hung wherever you want the vines to climb. JAYETTE OFFICERS installed at a ba in Heinie's Broiler are, left to right in back secretary; Carol Plews, president; vice-president; and Toni Ruhl, treasurer. LeiLani Caldwell, left, state director, a director. Patti Tarrant, director, is not Beta Zeta Chapter Schedules Events For Coming June Beta Zeta Chapter, ESA will meet Wednesday in the home of Mrs. Gene White. Installation of officers will be held on June 2, and a letter of invitation has been extended for the Library Membership Kick-Off set for June 7. Chapter members will cater dinners for the 19th Hole Golf club. The May 1 2 meeting was held at 8 p.m. in the home of LuciUe Latham with Mrs. Ray Rice speaking on her recent trip to Hawaii. Mrs. Evans, Educational Director, summarized programs presented during her term of office and closed by reading a new ESA song written by Ralph Harrison. A convention was held in Vancouver from May 14 through May 1 2. Mr. and Mrs. Don Demmon Page 12 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Thursday, May 20, 1971