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June 17, 1971     Shelton Mason County Journal
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June 17, 1971

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Convention Will Open Wednesday The Department of Washington VFW convention will open officially at 9 a.m. Wednesday with headquarters in the Morck Hotel in Aberdeen, and will continue through June 26. Special events will include Memorial Services at 7 p.m. Wednesday; Department Banquet on Thursday evening; a Friday afternoon parade; District Five Banquet on Friday evening; Pageant of Drums at 7 p.m. Friday; and joint installation of Post and Auxiliary officers at 2 p.m. on Saturday. Further information may be obtained by phoning Colleen Gephart, 426-6425, or Eva Swope, 426-3604. Presenting a party for patients at Western State Hospital on Friday were Josephine Sparks, Bernice Hatch and Merle VanderWal. Magazines were distributed. 7 MR. AND MRS. A. George Anderson, on their wedding day. Andersons To Observe Anniversary The Golden Wedding Anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. A. George Anderson will be observed at an "At Home" to be held in the home of the honored couple at Rt. 3 Box 536 from 2 p.m. until 5 p.m. on Sunday. The Andersons were married on June 20, 1921 in Tacoma, where both lived for more than 50 years before coming to the Shelton area in 1957. George Anderson is a retired Tacoma Firefighter, and now enjoys gardening and reading as hobbies. Mrs. Anderson likes to knit. Hosts and hostesses will be their three children and their families, Mr. and Mrs. N. W. Bergh of Seattle; Mr. and Mrs. Arthur G. Anderson of Puyallup; and Mr. and Mrs. Allen C. Anderson of Paso Rubles, Cal. Grandchildren are Connie Anderson, Craig Anderson, Curtis Anderson and Tara Lynn Anderson. Missionaries Will Speak Mr. and Mrs. Louis A. Escobedo, missionaries of the Mission of the Loving Shepherd, Inc., a Lutheran Faith Mission, will speak and show slides at 7:30 p.m. Friday in the Faith Lutheran Church. The Escobedos, former TODAY'S Jan Danford, Society Editor Mother's Aid Class Offered By Red A Mother's Aid course offered by the Thurston Mason County Chapter of the American Red Cross will start Tuesday. The four two-hour sessions will be held in Tacoma residents, will tell of the Chapter house at 1407 experiences in their work among Capitol Way, Olympia from 10 i the Spanish speaking people in a.m. until noon on Tuesdays and i Nogales, Ariz. and Nogales, "l'ry Offi II d Thursdays. I GLORIA PETTY mixes a batch of Ting-a-Lings for the Mexico. According to Mr. and AUXl la cers Insto e Mrs. James Lear, R. N. will Kamilche Kaper 4-H Club bake sale to be held on Saturday. Mrs. Escobedo, who work in teach the care of infants and small both physical and spiritual areas, Installation of officers was installing conductress, b th of children. Essentials covered in the Kaper 4-H Bakers :s For A Kamilche Gloria Petty, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Petty, is the reporter for the Kamilche Kapers 4-11 Club. Under the leadership of Mrs. Mary Relier, the group specializes in cooking. Started last year, the club claims eight members who meet in the home of their leader. Miss Petty, 11 years old, will enroll in Shelton Junior High School in the f~!1. Born in teaspoonsful onto the waxed paper, and let it cool and harden for about 30 minutes in the freezer." The Kamilche Kapers 4-H Club will hold a bake sale on Saturday in front of the Sears Roebuck store. There just might be some Ting-a-Lings available. \ the need is great. Miss Beverly Kimmel, an R.N. from Bremerton, is studying Spanish at the University of Arizona in order to help in nursing and future medical fields. It is hoped that a clinic and held by Eagles Auxiliary No. 2079 at an 8 p.m. meeting in the airport hall on June 8. Installed by installing president Elenor Wilbur and an hospital may be built to serve the poverty-stricken peoples of Rev, Moor~ts Mexico. The program is open to the public. The ladies of the church are reminded that a potluck for the guests will be held at 6:30 p.m. on Friday,. in Faith Lutheran Church. ,J And Family To Feted All friends are invited to attend a potluck dinner to be held in honor of the Rev. Horace Mounts and his family at 6 p.m. Saturday in the United Methodist Church. Those attending are asked to bring milk for their children, dishes and silverware for their own use and food to share. Anyone unable to attend the dinner is welcome to visit the church later to greet the guests of honor. Coffee and refreshments will be served during the evening. MISS BETSY POE, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Poe, Shelton, practices tent pitching in preparation for "Wyoming Trek", a Girl Scout wider opportunity at the Girl Scout National Center West, Ten Sleep, Wyoming. She|ton, abe has previously ~ attended the Kamilehe Valley school, where she served as cheerleader last year. tter brothers art" Lawrence Cox, who will be a Shelton High School senior next year, and l'ommy Petty, ten years of age. Her sisters are 1 2-year-old Barbara Petty and Mrs. Kathy Caudill, whose 14-month old daughter, Tina Marie, is Gloria's only niece. Family pets are a dog and two cats, and summer boarders are two cheerful chipmunks kept by the high school biology class for observation. Although always interested in both teaching and nursing, Gloria has no definite plans for her future. At present she is enthusiastic about the Kamilche Kapers. "We had a meeting on June g," she says, "and Mrs. Relier helped us to make Ting-a-Lings. "'First we assembled our equipment: measuring cups, double boiler, cutting board, a long, sharp knife, a small sharp knife, scissors, mixing spoon, measuring spoons, table knife, teaspoon and waxed paper. "Next we collected our ingredients: 1 six-oz, package chocolate chips, V2 Cup chopped nuts (any kind may he used), aA Cup chopped dates, teaspoon salt, IV z Cups Cornflakes, and Cup shredded coconut. ''Then we made the Ting-a-Lings. We melted the chocolate chips in the top of the double boiler over hot water. We were careful not to let the water boil. As soon as it reached the boiling point, we turned off the heat. "We chopped the nuts. We pitted the dates and chopped them. (You can buy dates already chopped and pitted.) "We added the nuts, dates, salt, cornflakes and coconut to the melted chocolate and mixed them all well. "We dropped the mixture by Teresa Wiss Receives Degree Betsy Poe el, For Trip With Senior Girl Scouts Miss Betsy Poe of Shelton, along with 31 other selected Senior Girl Scouts of Pacific Peaks Council, will leave Wednesday by charter bus from Tumwater for Ten Sleep, Wyoming, where they will join Girl Scouts from throughout the United States in a week of horseback riding, back packing and archaeological digging. The Pacific Peaks group is divided into four patrols, and Betsy is the Assistant Patrol Leader of patrol number 4. En route, the girls will camp at Emigrant Springs State Park, near Pendleton, Oregon; Craters of the Moon National Monument, Idaho; and Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming. On the return trip, the patrols will camp at Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming; near Glacier National Park, Montana; Farragut State Park, Idaho; and Lake Wenatchee State Park, Washington. They will arrive home July 8. Commander USN Ret. and Mrs. Donald H. Wiss flew their twin-engined plane to San Antonio, Tex. to witness the graduation of their daughter Teresa from Trinity University. She received a BA in Elementary Education with a minor in Arts. Included in the three-week trip from which they returned early in June was a visit in the Corpus Christi home of Mrs. Wiss's parents. Teresa returned to Shelton with her family. Page 6- Shelton-Mason County- lourn-ai :Thursday, June 17, 1971 Chehalis, were jr. past president, Gertrude DePoe; president, Linda Gingrich; v~ce-president, Shirley Keith; chaplain, Genevieve Smith; conductress, Betty Taylor; inside guard, Agnes Bartch; outside guard, Bertha Lord; Trustees, Jean Dorsett, Mazie DePoe and Hattie Shonkwiler; secretary, Virginia Dundas; treasurer, Shirley Waring; and musician, Alice Herzog. President Linda Gingrich named Mazie DePoe as mother of the auxiliary. class will include safety and emergency measures; the meaning of discipline; diapering, holding, bathing and dressing of the baby; preparing meals; feeding children; coping with and amusing the child. Those interested should call or write the Red Cross Chapter house to enroll. There is no charge for the course. The Red Cross is a participant in United Good Neighbors. Breakfast Planned Mrs. Accardo By Teen Moose Receives Degree In Illinois Rosanne Gain Is duated Rosanne Gain, daughter of Rev. and Mrs. W. H. Gain, Box 163, Hoodsport, was among the 380 students to graduate from Seattle Pacific College during the 80th annual Commencement June 6, 1971. Miss Gain earned a Bachelor's Degree in Home Economics. She graduated from Shelton High School in 1967. Her college activities have included Theta Beta, Co-chairman for "Mom's Weekend", and Falconettes. Mrs. Rene Perkins Accardo, Route 1, Montesano, received the bachelor of arts degree with a major in education at the 112th June commencement of Wheaton college, Wheaton, II1., on Monday. The daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Perkins completed her work in March 1971. While a student at Wheaton, Mrs. Accardo has served as student government secretary, dorm officer, and Parents Day committee chairman. She also has participated in oratorio and Christian service activities. She is a graduate of Mary M. Knight high school. Degree Awarded To Mary Davis Mary Connolly Davis, Shelton, was graduated cum laude from the Seattle University. She received a bachelor of science degree in nursing. @ Registration deadline for Mason Day Camp has been set for Monday Mrs. Richard Wolfer, Camp Director, has announced. Both Girl Scouts and non-Girl Scouts must have their Day Camp. ;cheduled W. VanderWegen, Equipment Manager; Mrs. Gerald Pyle, First Aider; Mrs. G. E. Waddington, Life Guard; Mrs. Walter Wright, Cadette Unit Leader; Mrs. Douglas Goldsby, Mrs. Carl Vorse, registrations in the hands of Mrs. Mrs. Harley Pollock and Mrs. Ernest Malloy, registrar, by that: Edgar Cole, Junior Unit Leaders; date. The annual camp, to be held Mrs. Joe Coogan, Mrs. Guy at the Simpson Recreation area at Mason Lake will begin the following Monday, and continue through July 2. Car pools are being formed with drivers leaving from the Thriftway parking lot, the Court house, and the Shop-Rite parking lot promptly at 8:30 a.m. Girls will be returned to their pick-up area at approximately 3:30 p.m. each day. On June 28, girls and staff will bring their own lunches. On the following days, lunch will be provided at camp, but girls should bring their own eating utensils, plates and cups, dunk bag and sit-upon. Every article brought should be clearly marked with the owner's name. The assigned staff for Day Camp include: Mrs. Richard Wolfer, Director; Mrs. Charles Ruhl, Business Manager; Mrs. S. Lusignan, Mrs. Vernon Burkman and Mrs. Richard Norris, Brownie Unit Leaders; Jim Cook, Boys Unit; Mrs. John Tarrant, Mrs. Daniel Stewart and Mrs. Andrew Forrest, Tadpole Unit. In addition, members of Senior Girl Scout troop 715 will serve as program and staff aides. LOWREY & PIANOS RENT or BUY on Easy Terms MR. AND MRS. A. George anniversary. Winners Named North-South winners at the Monday night meeting of Shelton Duplicate Bridge Club were Jane Bennett and Yas lto; Helen Ruddell and Bruce Kreger; Gusti Goldschmid and Connie Travis. Winning for East-West were Don Bennett and Gordonr Bennett; Rex Umphenour and Louise Umphenour; Etta Rector and Ann Batchelor. I don my wig Quite unappalled Because I am, Thank God, not bald; How 1 wish That underneath My denture were My own true teeth. Ham and eggs toorder wjth.a.,.4:tle,~l,ding for one more chance. hash-brown potatoes will I rose an hour early in order highlight the menu of the Teen to spend a little extra time with Last Friday was D Day. Denture Day. My appointment was for mid-afternoon. I couldn't sleep the night before. I rode my nightmare rough-shod through the dark and dreadful hours, beset by haunting visions of my trembling teeth Moose Father's Day Breakfast to be served from 9 a.m. until 1 p.m. on Sunday in the Moose Lodge. The event wilt provide funds for Teen-Moose activities. By Jan Danford Picnic Scheduled The Dirt Dubbers Garden Club will hold a potluck picnic in Potlatch State Park on Tuesday. Each person should bring his own beverage. Members will meet at the PUD building no later than 10:30 a.m. In event of rain, the regular meeting and the potluck will be held in the PUD building. Looney Enrolled Steven M. Looney, son of Mr. and Mrs. William S. Looney, 1021 Olympic Ave. Shelton, is an Accounting major at the University of Washington. Parties Cancelled them on this, our last morning. I lovingly brushed them, applied the dental floss and employed the Water-Pie, the while they gazed * * * upon me in reproachful silence from the depths of my melancholy mirror. I managed a small, lop-sided smile. "You can see how it is," I whispered. "There's nothing personal in this.., l'd keep you if I could..." I went to work as usual and wrote frantically in preparation In h for my early departure. I went home at noon. The condemned teeth ate a hearty meal. I had arranged for a friend to Explore drive me to and from my ordeal. We chatted bravely throughoutRecal the trip. She left me with a sympathetic smile, an encouraging In m, word and a kind promise to return for me at the stipulated hour. That "And how are you today?" queried the receptionist brightly. "Fine," I sniffled, wiping away a s~arreptitious tear. I sat in a big chair and wept softly until I was ushered into the presence of the doctor and placed in the iron embrace of the encompassing recliner. "Open, please." Eagles Auxiliary No. 2079 will cancel all card parties until further notice. For the man who owns a car and has a student in the eleventh grade or above, we have a special insurance program that can save you money. If your son does well at school--gets a "B" or 3.0 average--you can enjoy up to 25% savings on your automobile insurance. Girls are eligible for up to 15% savings. Give us a call--chances are your son or daughter qualifies right now. ROCKY HEMBROFF 506 W. FRANKLIN 426-3357 Anderson, 0n CB 'ers Christmas hold a dance a.m. on fairgrounds his band A served. Tickets the door. A coffee available, Sunday in the: And yet, Until mY I could, in SAFECO INSURANCE Home Offwe I Seattle, Wa=h. My curls ImpervioUs ari Of high wild 1 tried. ! poor themselves to coo heaving sobs in profu cheeks to on my sterile "Look, dentist, "do pulled or "No I sorry, Miserable, abcessed little I love them their ugly state of I made they Can I now The me. So do it's "c