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PAGE ]0 STELTON .--MA0N C0TY JOUINAL--Published in ,Christ,astow. U,.A.':',.She!ton, Washinon Thur' Fathers Honored At Amaranth Meeling Laurel Court No. 26. Order of Amffranth, Inc.. held a meeting Wednesday at g p.m. at the Ma- sonic Temple. The fathers were honored and a tribute was paid to the fhg. This {meeting, which will be the last until September. was pre- sided over by Royal Matron Lu- cillc Speece and Royal Patron Judge Charles Wright. Refreshments were served fol- lowing the meeting. CLOSED FOR VACATION 2 Weeks to 4P Ming Tree Gale Ron Orr Elected Mayor At Boys' Stale Session Ron Orr, one of Shelton high school's four delegates to Ameri- can Legion Boys' State at Pacific Lutheran University in Parkland during the past week, was elected mr of his respective city. ?he week-hmg session at Plu c, nded Sunday. Orr was the only Shelton repre- sentative elected to a major office. Other delegates were JOe Snyder, Bob Kieburtz and Bob Jeffery. They were among 467 other boys from all over "Washington State. Snyder ran for the Supreme Court ftd KieBurt2 ran-for State Representative, but were both de- feated in the final election. Seek- ingthe post of Lt. Governor, Orr was defeated in the preliminaries. . The purp()se of Boys' SLate is of an informative nature concerning the various operations of the Am- erican govermnental system. The boys learn through actual partici- pation the activities of the state, county and city administrative of- ficials. Juniors in high school are se- lected as Boys' State representa- tive because it is felt that their gained knowledge may be brought back to benefit the school as well as themselves during their senior year The Shelton delegates were sponsored by the Kiwanis Club. American Legion, Rotary Club and the Veterans of oreign Wars. O LUMBER HARDWARE PAINTS 1 mile off highway on Cole Road Cole Road Builders Supply Cole Road Ph. 426-8224 I WHAT'S GOOKIHG IN WHOSE KITGHEN? Recipe Favorites 0fd00ount; Residents IF PiE CRUST is your downfall give Vearl Hurst's recipe a try. Vearl says she couldn't make a decent pie until she found this recipe, now never has a speck of trouble. She is shown above "between customers" at the Shelton Coin Operated Laundry and Cleaners where she works. If you are one of the many cooks who just cannot make a good pie crust you will undottbtedly want to try Vearl Hurst's recipe. She says she could never make n ed- ible pie crus until she stumbled onto th.is recipe. Now she never has a failure. Vearl is the mother of three children. Her two oldest, Mar- lene and Tim are grown and have left home. ten is 15. Her hus- band, Everett, is a shift super- intendent at Simpson's Insulating Board plant. Vearl works at th BONNIE and MAC ARE BACK IN THEIR FAMOUS FRUIT STAND COMPLETE LINE OF: FRESH @ FRUITS VEGETABLES Q FRESH RANCH EGGS Valley Center Produce 10 Miles North Of Shelton On Hiway 101 Coin Operated Laundry and Clean- ers. Working with the Rainbow Girls and DeMolay boys the past eight years has taken a lot of her time, bfl Vearl has enjoyed it im- mensely. She belongs to the Or- der of Eastern Star and the Ev- ergreen Orthopedic Guild Knittihg is Vearl's favorite hob- by and one she is very good at as many .knitting fans will vouch for. Many beginners go to her for help. The Hursts enjoy several hobbies as a family, namely boat- ing and water skiing. This winter they took up snow skiing. As yet, Vearl does all of her skiing from the lounge in the ski lodge but is considering putting on skits next Winter. Pie Dough % cup butter 8 tap. sugar 2/3 cup shortening 3 1/3 cups flour 1, tap. salt 1/3 cup cold water In large bowl, with fork beat butte;' with ugar until creamy, then blend this mixture well with shm'teniflg. Combine flour and salt 1, . . with fork. Blend wth butler mx- tare. "Vith fork gradually stir in water until mixture cleans side of bowl. On lightly floured sur- face knead dough until just well- mixed. Ro 1 '8" thick. Cook shell 12-15 rain at 450 degrees. So ci.al Even ts Soc,ety Editor Marj Waters Phone 426 4412 Noll And Caskin United In Double Ring Ceremony Quality Dance Lessons Offered For those interested in dancing, Bennie Berndson. a dancing in- structor from Olympia, will be giving round dance leons at Bor- deattx School. The lessons will be held every Monday night at 8 p.m. More information can be obtain- ed by calling Carl Downing at 426- 3122 or 426-3213. BONNIE & 'MAC' McDONALD i your Chewolet dealer for type of truck. CHEVROLET HELL CHEVROLET CO. 1st & Grove SHELTON 426-4426 MISS MIRIAM NOLL became the wife of Barry Caskin in a double ring ceremony. Her parents are Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Noll of Gra peview. Miriam E. Noll and Barry Cas- kin were united in a double ring ceremony held at 7 p.m. on Sat- urday, June 8 at St. Edward's Catholic church. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Noll of Grapeview and the groom is theson of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Caskin of Brcmerton. A floor-length gown of white satin with a scoop neck and long tapered sleeves was worn by the bride. She wore a veil of imported silk illusion which was attached to a pearl and lace trimmed caplet. Miss Carol Caskin. the maid of honor was dressed m a pink taffeta gown with capped sleeves a lace bodice and a pleated eum- berbund. Thebest man was Mr. Bill Phm- kett. Donald and Ralph Noll ser- ved as ushers. Mrs. Russell Stuck. accompanied by Mrs. Ed Sliva sang "Ave Maria" and "Penis An- gelions". The bride's mother chose a green linen sheath with a corsage of green.orchids. For her son's wed- ding, the bridegroom's mother chose a beige sheath with a pink rosebud corsage. The reception was held at 8 p.m. in the Colonial House. A three teir wedding cake with a minia- ture bride and groom centered on top was served. Those assisting at the reception included Diane Woods, Deenie Dudley, Irma Riske, Jerri Albrecht and Kathy SantaMaria. Anna Ma- rie Riske was in charge of the guest book. The couple spent their boney- moon at Harrison Hot Springs. The bride began the wedding trip in a pink and white suit with matching accessories. The bride, who is now employed at McConkey's Drug Center, is a 1962 graduate of h'ene S. Reed high school. Her husband attended Bremerton high school and Olym- pic College. He is employed as manager of the shoe department at Millers. The couple will make their home in Shelton. Music Club Has Interesting Guests The Shelton lVfnslc Club met Tuesday, June 11 at the home ot Mrs. Ralph Horton for their an- nual potluck dinner. Mrs. R. 'W. Norvold was co-hostess. Mrs. Clifford Agnew and Mrs. Frank Crewdson members of the Capitol Music Club in Olympia, were guests for the evening. Mrs. Agnew presented her slides and told of her interesting trip last summer to the European Music Festivals. On this our. which was sponsored by the National Education Association. she visi- ted England, H o 11 and, France. Italy, Austria. Germany and Scot- land. The Shelton vtusic Club receiv- ed a Double Award of Merit in the 1963 Parade of American Mus- ic under the sponsorship of the National Federation of Music Clubs. Royal Neighbors To Meet Monday Night Royal Neig'hb0rs of America will meet at 7:30 p.m. Monday in the Memorial hall. The meeting will be called to order by Oracle Ger- tie Lombard. Refreshments will be served by Mrs, Helga Mattaini and Mrs. Ruth Moore. Door prize will be brought by Mrs. Elizabeth Ritter. Nurses Honor 3 Graduates , District No. 22 of the 'Vasl.- ington State Nurses Association honored three high school girl graduates interested in planning career in nursing on June 17 at the home of Mrs. Arnold Fox. Those honored were Janice Pier- ee. lrene Emsley ad Betty Kel!y. Gifts. which were a compliment from the doctors of the Shelton General Hospital. were presented to them by President BeLLy Town- send. The members entertained the honored guests with some of thew experiences and explained how to prepare fox' a career in all the special fields of Registered Nurs- ing. R.N. schools range from two year schools, three year diploma schools and a college degree re- quiring four or flve years of train- ing. The new officers presented cor- sages, which were made by Vice- President Thelma Adams to the past officers. Selma Buffington, past treasurer, and Edia Lough- nan, past president, received cor- sages. Refreshmen were served follow- ing the meeting. Shellon Glub Has Wednesday Dinner The Shelton Business and Pro- fessional Women's Club met for a no-host dinner at the Sea Fare Restaurant on Hood Canal, Wed- nesday, June 12 with six guests present. After dinner a business meet- ing was held at the canal home of Mrs. Cora Kelly. Reports were given on the state convention, which was held in Seattle the lat- ter part of May. Reports were also given on the open house of Aberdeen Business and Professional Women's Club, which was held Sunday, June in their new club house. The July meeting will be held at the summer home of Mrs. Kath- erine Calkins on Hood Canal Vred - nesday, July 10. Dinner will be potluck. Jan Norvold Honored Mrs. R. W. Norvold of Shelton was recently initiated into Alpha Epsilon Delta which is the na- tional pre-medical and pre-dental honor society at the University or Washington. Jan will enter the dental school at the University next fall. Sashap Square Gene Ballard, a v er from Tfleorfis, the squares for ayers' square The dance p.m. at the luck supper 11:30. DOYLE RETI'IINS The Doyle turned this visit in they visited sisters. Mrs. Vic Rice. The Orthopedic lnorrov at Roy McConkey. gin at 1 p.m. will assist as DOATI$ While the b insuranC Angle Angle Bldg. 426-8272 MASON COUNTY'S DINERS -- EAT OUT OFTEN THE OYSTER HOUSE West 3 miles ttood oil We Take Pride in our _,E$ HOMEBAKED BREAD and pAS'ln' Complete Variety of D INNER SEAFOODS 5 mile GATEWAY CAFE oil the BREAKFAST -- LUNCH  DINNi;8 Prime Rib and Steak seaf0 Homemade Pies Dinner Parties Invited Open daily 6 MAMIE'S GRILL 1934 011 BREAKFAST  LUNCH  DINN Special Dinners Daily  Fried Clams "J Buckwheat Hotcakes Anytime' WE MAKE OUR oWN PI5' RAU'S CHICKEN DINNER INN -- our specialty  , BUTTER FRIED CHirR1 SEAFOODS CHOIC We Specialize in Banquets Phe A & W DRIVE-IN "COME AS YOU ARE, WE SERVE . FOOD and DRINK HAMBURGERS FOOT-LONG LAKE CUSHMAN RESORT lie Over The Water in the pane CHAR.ROILED SEAFOOD Cocktails in the LIARS' DEN _ Phone 877-5388 for reservatiOnS WALT'S ROBIN HOOD LODG] AN ENCHANTING A --FEATU! NG-" HOME MADE PIES AND QUALITY FOOD AT REASON BREAKFAST SERVED MILLO'S DINER on BREAKFAST -- LUNCH "" 0IN -- Our Specialty BROAsTED CHICKEN We feature SEAFOOP, = Phone 877-9488 Take-OU DAIRY QUEEN Recognized as THE and smooth sUN0 DAIRY QUEEN'S k and FRIES. THE GROVE CAFE LUNCHES  DINNEF STEAKS -- SEAFOOD  cHICK OPEN 11 A.M. TO 12 M ID Phone 877-5571 -- Fred