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SttELTON--IIASON COUNTY JOURNAL--Published in "Christmastown, U.S.A." Shelton, Washington ...... PAGE 15 --VFW Convention ? WHAT'S anavmn' IN"WHOSE v,vnu=N-- ' Amer!can Legion "i " ' " - ---" - - -- :!l " In Abe deer / , , , , Auxlhary R epmts } ' A e i n i AI . n . i] Set Next Week ? D _- Favorites" io nt Residents 0n Poppy Sale i  v. !  i b   i! s.a . ! i---,-- .......... ; ,teellJe OfC u y - - "- - of  coo,o,, dttor arj Wa,o Phone ,2-,,1 ,, ,,(=l.I/  'me vFw 5urn annual conven-  ruesnay evening's meeung I ')t .== -- . ..... the American Legion Auxiliary z 1 tion to the Department of Wash- was presided over by president -aX rnhlg all drug d 1 you are entitled? eros can be listed. ble free to our hes you an an. Pae in today and [*Tax. It's ree. ' moneyl ad XAAI.07 ington will begin next Wednesday in Aberdeen and run through Sat- urday. Delegates from Shelton are Sue Weaver. Arlene Smith. Florence Hamilton, Josephine Sparks. Fae Robinson and Bernice Jansson. Highlights of Uhe convention will be the department banquet at 7 p.m. Thursday in the Elk's Tem- ple with the ball to follow. Friday the parade Will begin aL 2:30 p.m. and the fifth district banquet will be at 5:30 p.m. at the Merck Hotel. The Pageant of Drums will be at 7 p.m. at the Olympic Stadium. MRS. LEWIS LEAVES FOR HAWAII SUNDAY Mrs. Charles R. Lewis wH1 leave Sunday for Hawaii. She will be ae- comparfied by her two grana- dough, Charleen and TeN Nell- Lewis. The trip is a gift for Char- lees who recently graduated from Shoreline high school in Seattle. Federated Woman's Club AL BREAKFAST Canal Woman's Clubhouse- Potlatch SUNDAY, JUNE 16 $1.25 plate ; L Children Under 12 - 75 IWE ERATOR! .thi is the Week to buy that new Frigidaire O ' Y u ve been wanting. The price tells Buy. And--you'll get the Frigid- Ruth and Jim N t wcre both raised in Shelton and are now raising their family here. They have been active in comnmnity at- ......................................................... ,:++. .............................. ,:=l RUTH NUTT and her husband, Jim, have both been elected as president of Bordeaux PTA for the next school )'ear. This way if one of them cannot make it to a meeting the other one can take over. Ruth's recipe is for Stuffed Baked Potatoes, fairs, especially since their young- stets became school and Scout age. Their oldest boy, Stephan., ts 9, Caroline is 7, Bruce., 5, and their baby, Larry, is three years old. A new system or oficers is be- ing initiated by the 'ordeaux PTA next fall, and Ruth and Jim will be the first to try it out. They have been elected co-presidents of the group. This way, as so often happens with parents of young children, if for some reason one of them cannot attend a meeting, the other can take over. Ruth has been room mother and takes her turn on lunch room duty.  : Lowest-priced 00l.,oor- Frigidanre makes l i  Giant lO0.lb, freezer. Automatic defrosting refrigerator ,+ sectiom Twin produce Hydrators--Deep, shelf storage door. ONZ. Y ! .. ,20069 - 10 DAYS ONLY STURDY ! WASHER The Nulls attend Cub Scout Pack meetings as a group. Ruth likes gardening, refinishing old funfi- lure and cooking. One of her fa- vorite recipes is for stuffed baked potatoes which she agreed to share with us. Stuffed Baked Potatoes Wash and scrub [our medium potatoes. Rub skins with bacon drippings. Bake at 400 degrees for about 45 minutes or until done. Slit skins lengthwise to remove potato leaving shells intact. To potatoes add: / cube butter I tbsp. minced onion One dlove finely ehoppcd garlic ; cup grated sharp cheese Enough top cream or evapora- ted milk (must be warm so it will not cool potatoes) leat with mixer until thick (as mashed potatoes) Salt and pepper to taste. Put mashed potatoes back into shells. Bake at 400 degrees until golden 151;own. m::)ncrease or decrease to family EDITOR.'S NOTE: Apologiesal iJi order to last weck;s c001, Chiy0 l " Okam, for spelling her name wrong Sorry, Ctnvo "% '. , and thanks for being such a good sport about it: +, Girl Scout Day Gamp Starts Monday Girl Scent Day Camp will be- gin next Monda? morning Each girl is reminded to take her health slip and a sack lunch the first day. The readers will provide transportation. The Camp director, is Helen Brewer. Unit leaders are Mes- dames Sharon Thompson. Billie Holms and Betty VanderWegen. Assistants will b Mickey StarkY, Arlene Meadley, Alice Fredson and Lowest Priced' .... FRIGIDAIRE Journal Wanf Ads Pay. FREEZER You can buy! Model UFD-IO-63 9.61 cu. ft. net capacity g Sl89 Model WDA.63 HEW |2.LB. TUB! ]l: lhs. f clothes in a single load I Utornatically, washes + Big 336 Ibs. capacity. Proved zero zone freezing! 4 full-width shelves--plus extra-deep door shelvesl 10 DAYS Porcelain Enamel interiorl ONLY Frigidaire dependability, tool get the best quality and the Bestbuy when buy a Frigidaire apl)liance from... INDUSTRIAL & BUILDEilS SUPPLY Shirley Clinton. Report of toe pop- py sale was made by halrman Addle Norris, who thanked all who worked on the poppies, A display in the window of Lhe Angle Agency was part of the poppy program. Those working on it were Addle Norris. Shirley Clinton and Agnes Alexander. Poppy sprays and a wreath were made and placed at the Memoaal Day ceremony at the cemetery. A motion was made to orner pop- pies for next year by Addle Nor- ris. Election of officel. for the com- ing year resulted follows: Pres- ident, Marian MacRae; first vine- president, Florentine Connolly; second vice president, June Hoard; Sgt. at arms, Dora Jackson. sec- Francis Luhm: trcasurer. Mary Dobson: chaplain, Etna Eliason; historian. Litlian Norvold. The executive committee con- sists of Agnes Alexander. Aug- usta Twohy, Esther Lrmpbcnour, Roe Melcum and Ada "1210thler. Delegates to the convention in Yakima were elected as follows: IV[arian MacRae, Shirley Clinton and Esther Umphenour. Alter- nates are Francis Luhm. Beryle Faubert and Charlotte Gardner. The installation of the new offi- cers will be held' July 2 at the Memorial Hall. The fourth district drill team will do tim installing. Refreshments will be served. Senior Party Workers Thanked Carl Downing, chalz-man for the senior party held following com- mencement last Friday night, has asked the Journal to extend his thanks to all comtnittee members and particularly to committee chairmen for the wonderful job done by each of them. The theme for the annual affair sponsored by parents of the grad- uating seniors, was "Safari". The clubhouse at the golf course was turned into "Little Africa" with life-like decorations which includ- ed natives. A midnight supper was served to grads and their dates, then a First & Pine 426-4393 night of dancing to live music. playing games of fun or just sit- ting and visiting provided enter- tainment for everyone. An early mmming breakfast brought the all- night party to a close, leaving gra- duates tired but very appreciative of the efforts put "forth by the committees to make their "big" evening especially entertaining'. June Meeting Held By WCI'U The June 7 meeting of the Wo- man's Christmn 'lemperance lJm iota was held at the home of Mrs. Olive Quartier with Miss Alia Russell as co-hostess. Plans were discussed for the skate convention Lo be held in Olympia with Thurston and Mason counties as hostesses in October. Devotions were given by Mrs. Ger- trude Saeger, the program by Mrs. Blanch Bell. Preceding the luncheon a delic- ious fruesta was served by Mrs. Pahner Roberts. The next" meet- ing will be a picnic in the gar- dens of"lV[rs: Roye1%i:" " --...::.-- Marriage Licenses Applying for marriage licenses at the Mason County Auditor's of- fice this past wee were: Bruce Ridgeway, 21, Aberdeen, and Pamela Parris, 19, Poulsbo. Brian D. Underood,- 22, North Bend, and Ruby Tr&vis, 18, North Bend. Calvin Clmton, 19, Ft. Leqs, and Barbara Umphenour, 20, Shel- l, on. Daniel Decious, 24, Berkeley, Calif., and Margaret Peck, 22, ShelteR. Walter Cook, 53, Olympia, and J. Glee Johnson, 48, ShelteR. Kenneth Durham, 22, Milton- Freewater, Oregon, and Barbar& Dougal, 19, Seattle The Veterans AdmimsLration provides hospital training for one- third of then ations new physic- ians. USED CARS 1958 PLYMOUTH CLUB SEDAN ...... $845 Radio, Heater, Push-Button trans., Engine Rebuilt 1957 CHEVROLET BELAIR ................ $695 6 cyl. 4 dr. 1955 MERCURY 9-pass. wagon ........ s495 RaOio, Heater, Automatic- Real Clean! 1953 CHEVROLET 4-door ................ s295 19500 ; ar ............................. s29 5 TRUG, KS 1957 DODGE  ton ................................ s895 1956 FORD ............................................... s845 3/4-Ton Picktip -- New Engine $100 SPECIAL -- runs good! 1952 DODGE Std. trans. 1952 Buick GET A '63 DODGE They're Dependable! Guaranteed for 50,000 Miles or 5 Ycars.! PAULEY MOTORS Front St. & Railroad Ave. Phone 426-8183 * High School Spotlight * NANCY BLOOMFIELD (nee Wilson) was a speaker last Fri- day night at the commencement exercises for the Irene S. Reed Class of lg63. Considering that she had married before her junior year and became a mother during her senior year this was a re- warding experience for her efforts in finishing her education. All of the seniors who gradu- a.ted last Friday night had work- ed hard to achieve their diplomas and all of then] had someonc who was real proud of them. It is quite possible one of the speakers, Nan- cy Wilson Bloomfield, had worked just a little harder, and her ram- ily and friends were just a little more proud of her than average. Between her :ophomore and jun- ior years, Nancy and Jerry Bloom- field were marricd. She surprised many by going back to school that fall. When she became pregnant during her junior year very few would have guessed she would continue bey education, much less finish in the Top Ten with her own class. Nancy dropped out of school the first semester of her semor year to await her baby and take care of it after it was born. She re- turned to school the second semes- ter. A correspondence course while she was out. pins extra ercdits she was carrying and an extra class the second semester, gave her all the credits she needed for graduation. Her grades placed her in the Top Ten. Her efforts wete. greatly rewarded when she was voted as a commeneenlent speaker. Before her marriage she was a member of Pep Club and GAA. Needless to say, Stephanie, who is now eight months old, took up Nancy's spare time. Although Nancy was born in ShelLon Feb. 26. 1945. she lived the first six years of her life in Snqualmie. She has lived sere since. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dan Wilson. She stands 5'5" and has dark brown hair and blne eyes. When asked the inevitable ques- tion. "Do you think it is a good idea for high school students to get arrid?" Nancy's answer was "no". Sbe is not sorry she did, but readily admits it is much harder Lo finish school as a mar- ried student. SPECIAL LOW PRICE on famous Pittsburgh 0 SUN-PROOF FOR LIMITED TIME ONLY] PER GALLON (nvoilnble in White, includln mildew- et fume-resistnnt White, o.d fourleea recall- mixed body coIot A Real Home Handyman Morgan, Eacrett Lumber Co. Hillcrest / I /I I I I i l::l.]Jj,Id, I ii:11  II I:-I LOW COST HOME LOANS NEW CONSTRUCTION -- REMODELING -- PURCHASE 6 % On Reducing Balances  No Commission The subjects she chose the see- g1,,,,,t,, end semester will not only help .,J.,(z,i;w Nancy in her job as a homemaker _ _ _ - = but qll stand her in good stead when she applies for work. This Mason Oounly Sawngs & Loan Assom.on she plans t0 do in order to help TITLE: INSURANCE BUILDING Jerry finish his college education. SHELTON She stqdied civics, home man- agement, foods, business English an Dad t Because ,kes N,ce Th,ng ... 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