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/ \ t 6 4-H NEWS Wranglers Elect Vice-President The Evergreen Wranglers 4-[I meeting was held May 13 at the Fair Grounds. An election was held for a new vice president. Liana Ford is the Vice-President. The 4-H horse camp will be held June 15 to June 18. A $6.00 fee must be paid to Tula Kimbel before June 1. The $6.00 will take care of feed for the horse and rider. Check in time will be 7:00 p.m. June 15. June 18 after 5:00 is checkout time. On Saturday, at 10:00 a.m. Tula Kimbel will have practice for the 4-H kids and horse~. The kids who want to attend may call Tula Kimbel Friday evenings. by Tammy Ford, reporter Busy Bees Meet In Schmiege Home C The Busy Bees met at the home of Mrs. Schmiege after school on May 3. Barbie Dorcy called the meeting to order in the absence of Sandy Wicken. Kathleen Byrne led the flag salute and Debbie Helser the 4-H pledge. t Roll call found nine members and 2 leaders present. Kathy Byrne gave the treasurers report. We discussed the cabins we wanted for camp and talked KAYE KNUDSEN, center, treasurer of Epsilon Omicron Beta Sigma Phi, in behalf of her organization presents a check to Mildred Welch, secretary of Independent Mothers of Mason County. On the right is Ruth Anglin, service chairman of Beta Sigma Phi. g;on d Thursday The Forest Festival Ham Post and Dinner will be served by the VFW American from noon until 2 p.m. on are used to Saturday in the Memorial Hall. ;in hospitals The menu will include potato le National salad, baked beans, and s, Mich. homemade rolls and pies. Those i /ill, j: about the bake sale held on May 9 at Thriftway. by Barbie Dorcy Reporter Stockmen Meet Sl wishing to assist in preparations are asked to be in the hall at 8 a.m. Memorial Services will be held at the next regular meeting on Friday, and services will be held in the cemetery on Memorial Day. The May 7 meeting of the Assorted Livestock Growers 4-H group was called to order by Tim Dodge. Steven Ford gave a demonstration on the parts of a pig and Ran Koch demonstrated the grooming of a cow. The club caught up record books and discussed a bake sale. by Guy Dodge, reporter t Almost every week I receive several prettily penned pleas from potential poets petitioning me for a few pointers. Although I am certainly no authority on the art of versifying, I am always happy to expound on my own somewhat unorthodox procedures. First of all, let us make ourselves aware of how beautifully the English language lends itself to rhyming. For 'heart' there is 'apart'; for 'love' there is 'dove'; and, of course, for 'June' we have 'moon'. Scorn not these phrases trite and true; they have survived the centuries. For instance: We shall have a honey moon In the merry month of June. Now. Can we get real fancy and come up with a double rhyme? What rhymes with 'honey'? Why, 'money', of course! If you have some money, June, We'll go on a honeymoon. Better, isn't it? Let's move back another word or two and perhaps weql find yet another rhyme. How's this? If you're low On money, June, We cannot go On honeymoon. I'm sure everyone has the idea by now. There's something called poetic feet, of which there are supposed to be a certain number of a certain type in each line, but nobody pays much attention to this stuff. And if rhyming is a nuisance, there's always blank verse. They say that I am not a poet true Because I write in less than classic form, Crowding in a close-cropped line or two Ideas deviating from the norm. Pentameters iambic, I admit, I shun to seek the querulous quatrain, To force the wily word therein to fit; Yet may there lurk within my low-brow brain :n Matson help in the gathering and The makings of the lyric or the ode )r the Dinner to be held Sunday in Would my rebellious spirit but deny The primrose path to tread the dusty road In footsteps made by better bards than I. Now have I said, in long and lengthy sonnet, Dinner What could have been in couplet told, doggone it! rn. to5 eview be the of the HUgh's the Way in Years Were begun in the long-vacant building. It has since been landscaped, painted, re-wired, reinforced, and refurbished. The church was built in 1909 by the Congregationalists, who held services there for over 30 years. Made to Measure--Any Size Lined or Unlined NO CHARGE 011 Susan Busack High School Spotli Music is recreation, study and hobby all rolled into one for Susan Busack, who has been a pupil of Bea Larson for more than six years. Susan, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Busack, was the pianist for the state-award -winning play "Peanuts". She likes to listen to music as well as to perform, and she especially enjoys stereophonic sound. Her studies include advanced typing, journalism, civics and publications. She was vice-president of the Girls' Club in her junior year, an honor society member for two years, and she attended Girls' Deffinbaugh Is Graduated With Robert L. Deffinbaugh was graduated on May 7 with a Master of Theology degree from the Dallas Theological Seminary in Dallas, Tex. Deffinbaugh, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Byron L. Deffinbaugh, majored in Old Testament and Semitic Languages, and wrote his graduation thesis on "The Use of the Exodus Motif in Isaiah 40-55". He plans to teach at Believers' Chapel in Dallas. Cosmetics for YOU WHY NOT SOAP & WATER Q. Why shouldn't I use soap and water to cleanse my face? It's the only way it feels clean. A. Soap and water treatment just doesn't do a good job of removing makeup. The ingredients in cosmetics yield better to cold cream. In addition, cream does a softening job and is easier on the skin. My advice, therefore, is that you first remove makeup with cold cream. Then, if you prefer, you can wash with soap and water. With possible exception of teenagers, most women need the protection that cream gives the skin. Personally, I like to leave a thin film of cream on my skin, under my makeup base. It makes makeup easier to remove at night, and gives some protection from the weather. Open Friday Until 8:30 p.m. Pay Only For Materials COLD CREAM & CREAMER Choose from Q. What's the difference Immense Selection between cold cream and cleansing cream? .as rul~oLr:$ At A cream sold a ;r cleansing cream" is usually COld cream which has been "' Over 150 Patterns emulsified and otherwise modified to enhance its ability and Colors to remove makeup or grime r.rom the face. It is generally PIIKIEI ',ghter in body than cream sold MATIRIAL as "cold cream". ,29 ~1. Nell's Pharmacy Emergency Ph. 426-2 165 Fifth & Franklin St.--426-3327 Open Daily 9:30 to 7:30 Saturda Is -- 9:30 to 6:00 State last year. She is vice-president of the Future Homemakers of America. She is copy editor for the Saghalie, and works on the Highclimber. During her six years as a member of Job's Daughters she has held many offices. For a year and a half in her freshman and sophomore years, she was employed at the Journal where she stuffed papers. For the past two years she has worked at the Dairy Queen, part-time through the school year and full time in summer. Miss Busack will attend Western Washington State College, but is undecided as to a major and as to a future career. "My main goal right now," she says, "is to educate myself." Born in Shelton on March 21, 1953, Susan has two older brothers, Gary and Scott, both SHS graduates. Susan Busack likes to be outdoors, and she dreams of a vacation trip through Mexico. ,lee Slate Installation For June 8 Officers elected by the Eagles Auxiliary No. 2079 at their May 11 meeting will be installed on June 8 in a joint installation to be held in the Airport Hall at 7:30 p.m. The public is invited. Taking office will be Linda Gingrich, president; Shirley Keith, vice-president; Jenny Smith, Chaplain; Betty Taylor, Conductress; Virginia Dundas, secretary; Shirley Waring, treasurer; Agnes Bartch, inside guard; Bertha Lord, outside guard; and Hattie Shonkwiler, Jean Dorsett and Mazie DePoe, trustees. Gertrude DePoe is Junior past president. The 44th anniversary of the organization was observed at the May 11 meeting which was attended by eight past presidents, 11 mothers of the auxiliary, and one charter member. Mike Connolly Program Planned IiI For Tuesday Night ScholarshiI E. W. Keirsted, Lt. Col. IS Awardec USAF, retired, will show slides and present a program "This Iml. Changing World" at a special T~ CoF~r)o ily meeting of the Shelton Rock and Mineral Society to be held in the The Shelton Music Club, PUD auditorium at 7:30 p.m. which is affiliated with the Tuesday. National Federation of Music The event will be held in lieu Clubs, held their Scholarship of the regular meeting scheduled Award auditions last Thursday for May 27. The public is afternoon, in the Faith Lutheran welcome. Horse Show Set For Saturday A Zone-approved horse show sponsored by the Silver Stars will begin at 2 p.m. Saturday at the fairgrounds. Activities will include both performance and games with high point awards. IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII Want material for delightful sachets? Grow lavender, a perennial, and use its flowers. Church. After hearing twelve young people sing and play, the Scholarship Awards Committee chose Mike Connolly to receive the award of $100 to be used for music lessons from the teacher of his choice. Other students, who ran close seconds to the winner, were: Trombone, Jeffery Palmer; vocal, Debbie Eastgard; piano, Sheryl Bedell, Janna Eken, Patty Francis, Gall Fuller, Susan Hamilton, April Kuhr, Karen Kytta, Ann Quimby, Sheryl Ann Sund. Becky Bates was unable to participate in the auditions because of illness. Hanging Baskets Geraniums, Fuchsias, Begonias, Ivy Geraniums, Potted Plants. Your Baskets planted! Closed on Thursday. 426-3482 Spencer Lake FOREST FESTIVAL TIME is here again and RaN & BOB at are really going out on a limb and chopping prices on everything in honor of the Shelton Forest Festival. !i f ..... r REG. (LONG HAIR EXr~m NOW REG. NOW PERM WAVE SPECIAL REG. HI PROTEIN WAVE NOW We Feature Air Waving... Saves drying time. Fall "" LIMITED SUPPLY! Operated By t RON KEEN and BOB GALSTER Thun y, May 20, Shelton-Mason County Journal Page 13