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PAGE 18 SHtLTON MASON COUNTY JOURNAL--Publlahed in &apos;Chrisbna8toum, U.%.A.', helton. Washington Social Events Society Editor Marj Waters Phone 426-4412 High School Spotlight DEAN MANBERG lettered in golf as a member of the ISR golf team last year but dropped out this year in order to work part-time and save for his college education. His favorite hobbies, besides golf, are hunting and fishing. The Shelton ISR Highclimber ing time element with his work. Golf team test one of its letter- men this year when Dean Man- berg decided he would have to give up golf because of a conflict- TO GRADUATE REED B. TINDALL_ son of Mr. and Mrs, Sidney Tindall, Shel- ton. is scheduled to receive his Bachelor of Arts degree in Speech from Western Washing- ton Col lege at Bellingham, Commencement exercises will be June 14, He is also a graduate of Irene S. Reed high school. He didn't want to give up his part- time job at Safeway because he is savin to help with his college expenses. Dean plans to attend Cent,alia Junior college next fall and has training for the Dental field Jn mind. His subjects this year in- elude world history, chemistry, el- vies. senior lit. and dramatics. I{e ]s a member of "S" Club and Boys Club He put his dram- aries training into actual practice' this winter when he appeared in the Senior ehtss play. Dean was bm,n Pet. 4. 1945 in Chekalis. His parents are Mr. and Mrs Alvin Manberg, Angleside. Dean has one sister who is youn- er than he His school years have heen spent in Shelton as he mov- ed here when he was about 5 years fld. Dean is 5'" tall. weighs 150 lbs. and has hazel eyes and dark brown hair. His favorite hobbies. besides g<flf, are hunting and fish- ing .... csneciMlv trout fishing and d;5 v hlmtiiSg? He has tWO deer to his credit. SHELTON VOMEN ATTEN I) VEDI)ING Mrs. G'aee Holt and Mrs. W. S. tZempel attended the wedding of Mrs. "Phelma Burlingame and Mr. "Walter Michel of Olympia Satur- day at 8 p.m. The ceremony was performed in the First Methodist chnrch before 200 guests. The Rev Walter MaeArthur officiated. A reception followed in the Great hall of the church. Mr. and Mrs. Michel left Monday for a wedding trip to Hawaii. |Ii|||I|IIRHSi||R|||BRR|RRW||||Wi|liRIWll| PRD| - m WATCH THE PARADE IN COMFORT IN TENNIS SHOES FROM Couple's Attendants Attend Golden t Wedding Gelebrati0n Out of town guests came from far and wide to help Mr. and Mrs. Fred Stuck observe their Golden Wedding anniversary last Sunday at the Colonial house. A pair of very welcome guests from Rapid City, South Dakota were Mr. and Mrs. Em Lamke who stood up with the honored pair the day they were married. Mrs. Stuck's brother. George Stnck and his children end fam- ilies. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Ruther- ford. Mr. and Mrs. John Craw- ford. Robert Stuck and Mr. and Mrs. John Miller came rom Rose- burg, Oregon. Three of the Stuck's children Leveta Anderson. Loren and Ver- non Stnck. came from California. Other members of their family at- tending were Mr. and Mrs. Charles McCauley, Dayton, Wash.. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Klein Alderwood Manor. Mr. and Mrs. James Me- Cord. Tacoma. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Stuck. Hoquiam. Mr. and Mrs. YVill Coles. Kodiak, Alaska, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Stuck and Rosemary, Shelton. Mr. and Mrs. A1 Atkinson. Hoquiam Marvin Leman. Salem, Oregon and Mrs. James Dunwoody, Dayton. Ore, Pouring and serving were Mes- dames Glenn Gardner. Arnold Liv- ingston, Wayne Robertson, Merle Holloway, Robert Leman. Opal Lancaster and Albert Lord. The Stueks granddaughters, Rose- mary Stuck and Karen Atkinson attended the guest book. Darlene and Virginia Stuck took charge of the gift table and Katy McCau- Icy and Robin Klein were at the punch bowl Luncheon eeting For Iota Chapter Iota Chapter of Delta Kappa Gamma, education honorary for women teachers, held a luncheon meeting at the Colonial House May 10. 21 members were pres- ent Mrs. Ernest Newland. presi- dent. urged the members to attend the regional conference which will be held in Rapid City, South Da- kota. June 27-30. The highlight of the meeting was the White Elephant sale con- ducted by Cora Kelly. The pro- ceeds of this annual auction go to the Scholarship fund The next meeting will be held in the fall. GIRL SCOUTS NEWS A training session for Girl Scout Day Camp personnel will be held at the Jaycee building at the air- port May 28 and June 4. I WHAT'S G00KIN6 IN WHOSE iiTOHEN? t Recipe Favorites Of Count; Residents 1' VIRGINIA DICKINSON'S Macaroni Salad Scallop has some un- expected ingredients which give it an unusual flavor, This hot dish is a good one for summer patio meals. One of Virginia Dickinson's fay-' orite recipes is a macaroni hot dish. It has several ingredients not usu- ally associated with macaroni and cheese which give it a special fla- vor. Virginia, her husband Corky, and their four youngsters, Kathy, 11. Jimmy, 9. Susie. 6. and Danny, nearly 2. live out the Bayshore road several miles. The Dickinson neighborhood is in a small clearing surrounded by tall trees. Their large lot has much room for flower beds. For- tunately, Virginia's favorite hobby is gardening." Virginia's Macaroni Salad Seal- LOCAL NURSES ATTEND CONVENTION % BETTY TOWNSEND District No. 22 delegates, prem- dent Betty C. Townsend and Nan-  tional studies and with science de- m  cy Cunningham, returned from Sift ..,  the 58th annual convention for the Washington State Nurses As- S BOOTEiY i: s0ciati0n" held at the Davenport = The Hotel, Spokane, with much infor- mation and election results in the House of Delegates where the o- " Women's Cords - Discontinued Colors tal ballots cast numbered 376. -- . *229 _-= The local group held a potluck dinner at the home of Evelyn Fa-  gergren with Linda 'Anderson as . "" co-hostess. The meeting was turn- ---- ed over to the 'delegates after a __ short business meeting. " Tennis Shoes For The Entire Family Betty Townsend's report was on  the new role in nursing. Margaret - i [] Oxfords And Ill-Tops B. Dolan, president of ANA from [] Chapel Hill, North Carolina pre- sented interesting information. She - $299 ,_ . reported registered nurses now ---- range from 2-3 year graduates and --. : And Up ---- nurses graduated with co-educe- F IIIillllllilllilllm IIiiii1i111111111111111111  grees. Even so, it wOUld help to .il I!!11 I!11 have a broader liberal arts btek- I II I I I I [ ....... I'M L(.)(.)KING FOR 100,000 SAFE DRIVERS O to tell them about LOWER AUTO INSURANCE COSTS CALL YOUR -- MAN flORTHWEsTERN DICK ANGLE ..... HERB ANGLE 4th & RAILROAD [ ........ I Ill II Angle Agency. PHONE 426-8272 II I I lop served with a tossed salad and rolls would go real Well for a I patio dinner now that the weather is getting better. MACARONI SALAD SCALLOP 3 tbsp. butter 3 tbsp. flour 1V2 cups milk 2 cups cooked macarom / cup mayonnaise 1 onion chopped fine 1 cup celery, chopped fine 1  tsp. salt % tsp. pepper ;/4 cup grated cheese Melt butter in small pan. blend in flour. Stir in milk. Cook over I low heat stirring until it boils one minute. Combine remaining in- gredients except cheese in greased 't dish. Pour sauce over. Stir until / well mixed. Sprinkle cheese over top Bake in 350 degree oven for 45 minutes. NANCY CUNNINGHAM ground as there are more people now, more scientific treatments available and more preventative measures. There is a greater de- man d fr nursing service of a higher quality with more com- prehensive and effective modes of delivery of health and nursing ser- vice. Nancy Cunningham gave an in- teresting account of the House of Delegates and on the latest tech- nique on life saving mouth to mouth resuscitation. A president was not elected but Anna Mac Ei:idks0n was elected 1st .vice pre- sident and Inez Schindler re-elec- ted treas. The..nurses voted to change the annual convention sys- tem which has been in effect for many years and substitute bi-an- nual conventions, For the non-con- vention years there is to be chemical conferences to improve standards for the profession Delegates Attend WSCS Conference Local delegates attending the 22nd annual meeting of the Pacific Northwest Methodist Conference Woman's Society of Christian Ser- vice included Mrs. Robert Rings, Mrs. David Little and Mrs. Robert Seibert. The conference met May 8-10 at Central Methodist church in Spo- kane with 500 delegates and visi- tors representing most of the 236 local church societies in Washing- ton and northern Idaho. Hospital AUxiliary Spring Luncheon The annual Shelton General Hos- pital Auxiliary spring luncheon will be held at 12:30 p.m. next Monday at Aide,brook Inn. Cal Hopper, hospital administrator, will be the speaker. ReservaAons can be made by calling the hospital on or-before Friday. Marriage Licenses Applying for marriage licenses at the Mason county auditor's of- lice this past week were: Roger L. Hell, 24. Shelton, and Linda Hardy, 19, Shelton, Robert W. Squibb, 43, Ft. Lewis, and Nadine Padelford, 49, Spana- way. Junior Music Oiub Hosts Mothers At Spring Tea, Musicale vIothers of club members were honored guests when the Pizzicato Cluh presented its spring tea and musicale at the home of the club's counselor. Mrs. R. \\;V. Norvold. The nn'.sieale i an mmual event hehl in observance of National Music Week. The evening's pro- ram was dedicated to this year's Music \\;Veek theme. "Let the \\;Vorld Rejoice with Music". The program under t,le enair- manship of Judy Antonsen, open- ed with the chb's smaing of the Junior Collect of the National Fe- deration of 3,Iusie Clubs. Linda Parker then spoke of the signifi- cance of National Music Week. Other narrators, who included Cheryl Scott. 1Linda DiUman and Linda Cruiekshank, described in- teresting features of the club's study and social program for the year. The musical portion of the pro- gram included piano solos by Deb- bie Maranvil]e. Cathy Neth and Anne Connolly. Diane Frank, Les- lie Suratt and Mary Connolly sang vocal solos. A vocal group comprised of Susan Hembroff. Lin- da Barrom. Karol Mackey, Connie Cheney and Linda Cruickshank was accompanied by a accordionist Gall Zieg'ler. A flute solo was played by Judy Antonsen and a clarinet solo was presented by her sister, Diane. The program con- eluded with an accordion number by Vieki Valley. A display of a stringed instru- ments which included among other, a half-size, a three-quarter size and a full-size violin proved to be of great interest to the audience, as did the Pizzicato Club's award winning achievement record book which was on display during the evening. New Officers For Vicki Lee Auxiliary The Vicki Lee Orthopedic Auxi- liary held its annual election of of- ficers meeting May 13 at the home of Mrs. Gene Ayers with Mrs. ken LeGarde as co-hostess. The results of the election are as follows: Pres.. Mrs. Bob ester- man; vice pres., Mrs. Gordon Cos- ta: see.. lVrrs. Don Lund: and treas. Mrs. George Schnabel. lVh's. Bill Jackstadt was presen- ted with a heautiful azalea plant for doing such a wonderful job as president of the group during the 1962-63 term EAGL]bS SLATE DISTRICT MEET There vill be a district meeting of the Fraternal Order of Eagles Aerie No. 2079 in their hall at the airport at 1 p.m. Sunday. Guest speaker will be Henry Voss. past worthy president of Ballard and state chairman Max Beer. heart fund, All Eagles are urged to be there by 1 p.m. RGE ATTEHDANCE EHJOYS RHODODEHDRON SHOW HELD The Rlododendron Show spon- sored by the Shelton Chapter of the Amer;can Rhododendron So- ciety had a large attendance. The winner of the door prize. "I)ay Dream". was Mrs. Helen Schlie- mann of Traceyton Bremerton, \\;Va sh. Nearly three hundred enthus- iastic visitors attended the show. The Society would like to lhank the Simpson Timber Company for providing a lovely setting. The building and patio made a magni- ficent natural background for the display or rhododendron Members were very grateful for the parti- cipation and generosity of non- New BPW Officers Elected And Installed .tit Last Meeting G R AI The new officers of the Shelton 0 P E H Business and Professional Women's Clnb for 1.963-64 were elected and installed at the May 15 dinner meeting in the Colonial House. Three guests from the Olympia B PW club were present, of which two, the Misses Veva Babb and Hazel Black]er. acted as the in- U,i.a,, stalling officers, iwuvu i|wa Accepting the new posts were May Smith, president; /vIarjorie JagTlOW. wee president; Lodema Door prizes Johnson. secretary; and Ella Chase, from 2 treasurer. The Washington State Business and Professional Women's Club, Located Inc. held its state convention in at DaytOn Seattle at the Olympic Hotel last Newman weekend. Four members attend- BoX ing Saturday's session and banquet as delegates and alternates were May Smith, Maybell Daniels, Ella Any on Chase and Lodema Johnsop. like his June 12 the club will hold a animals for no-host dinner at Sea Fare on Hood Canal with the business may do so meeting later in the canal home day free of member Cora Kelly. memhers who and the wonderfal growers and Those wisp were Mr. and N[rS. Mrs. Loren Browtl Crosby. Mrs. Gene Paul Everett. Mrs. de,. Mr. and 5irs. Dr. and Mrs. g. L. and Mrs. Roy Ritner. Rmacres. St., NrS, Mrs. Adkins. Grovcer:g and participated were of Tacoma. VVnl. l?on, Izeln of Vance of Ehna Union C.C. and Hap O LUMBER t HARDWARE IP t 1 mile off highway on Cole Road Cole Road Builders Cole Road I I r I (,0 I00IN D/lIVE a winning performer... I . 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