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June 24, 1971     Shelton Mason County Journal
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June 24, 1971

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;i avls On May 8 a double ring ceremony united in matrimony Deborah Mavis Brehmeyer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert F. Brehmeyer Jr. of Matlock, and David Roger Knipschield, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Knipschield of Shelton. The Rev. Horace Mounts officiated at the 7 p.m. wedding in the United Methodist Church where a bouquet of purple and yellow iris adorned the altar and ribbons of the same colors tied meyer the pews. The bride, gowned in white satin and lace styled with a chapel train, wore a shoulder length veil of tulle and carried white carnations centered with a going-away corsage fashioned of a white orchid. She was given in marriage by her father in the presence of 150 guests. Maid of honor Rebecca Brehmeyer, sister of the bride, was attired in yellow and lavender with a headpiece of yellow tulle Mr. and Mrs. David Roger Knipschield arrles TODAY'S Jan Danford, Society Editor Limeric Ja A rummage sale to benefit Lake Limerick Country Club's Teen Fund will be held Saturday and Sunday from noon to 6 p.m. If it is raining or the weather is threatening, the sale will be Roy J. Brown, Floyd Jones, Glenn C. Parr and AI Hill with the help also of an undetermined number of the youths of the Saint An Drive, Mrs. A1 Gronseth, chairman, announced. Otherwise it will be held across the street on the club's tennis court. The committee has called on members and friends to donate used appliances, clothing, books, ornamental objects, plants and "white elephants". If possible, sale items should be left at the Utility Building as soon as possible. Otherwise they can be brought to the sales site between 9 a.m. and 11:30 a.m. on sale days, preferably Saturday. Helping Mrs. Gronseth are Mesdames Kenneth B. Walter, Velma Graves, ttelen Baker, Sue Rutherford and Hazel Beckwith, Shelton Art Club members who painted the mural "Indian Summer" for the Doctors' Dining Room in Mason General Hospital, will be honored at 2 p.m. Wednesday at a Tea hostessed by the Mason General Hospital Auxiliary in the Hospital Dining Room. The 16 inch by 18 inch oil painting from which the mural was copied is offered for sale by the Art Club. Sealed bids may be left at the Hospital Gift Bar or presented at the Tea. and her nosegay was created of purple and yellow iris. Dennis Knipschield, brother of the groom, was best man. Candles were lighted by ushers Ira Brehmeyer and Frank Knipschield, brothers of the bride " and the groom respectively. "Lara's Theme" and "Meditation" were played as piano solos by Elizabeth Brehmeyer, sister of the bride. The bride's mother was dressed in light blue with a matching hat. The mother of the groom chose a light purple suit with a hat of the same shade. Each wore a white iris corsage. A reception in church rooms followed the ceremony, and the table held a centerpiece of yellow and lavender iris flanked by yellow and lavender candles and bows. The three-tiered cake, ornamented with white, lavender and yellow roses, was topped with bride and groom figurines. Serving were Mesdames Ira Ford, Herb Brehmeyer Sr., LeRoy Boothe, Ken Gribble, and Miss Elizabeth Brehmeyer. Kathy Knipschield was in charge of the guest book and Chyrl Knips- chield attended the gift table. The newlyweds, both graduates of Mary M. Knight School, will live in Shelton after a Canadian honeymoon. The bride is employed by the Capital Restaurant and the groom by Mason General Hospital. / / ale community. Additional volunteer salesmen or those with questions may call Mrs. Gronseth at 426-6822. ? , i i i. ;i ii SHIRLEY GRAY and her daughter Sally are bird-watchers, and they feed their feathered friends on a sundeck. iss Gra Jeannie Ann Graham became the bride of Michael Little in an evening ceremony on May 14 in the home of the bride's parents. Bishop Lew McAferty officiated at the double ring ceremony for the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Graham and the son of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Little. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a full length empire-styled gown of nylon organza. Chantilly lace. seed pearls, and sequins trimmed the front of the dress, the Chapel length train and the full sleeves. An elbow length veil trimmed in Chantilly lace was held to her hair by a petaled tiara adorned with seed pearls. She carried a bouquet of pink carnations with lavender ribbons. Cheri Ramin, maid of honor was attired in an empire-styled long lavender gown with full sleeves. The bodice was encircled with pink ribbon, and pink buttons ornamented the front and the sleeves. Her nosegay of pink carnations was tied with lavender ribbons. Clovis Rodgers was best man. For the reception held in Hidden Haven Hall following the ceremony, a white arch was decorated with delicate pink flowers and greenery, with sprays of pink gladioli, carnations, white chrysanthemums and ferns enhancing the hall. Bud vases holding pink carnations and lavender lilacs adorned the tables Assisting as hostess at the reception was Fern Cramer. Those serving were Andrea Hill, Geneva Fitzgerald, Julie Farrimond, Anita Knight, and Elaine Little, sister of the groom. At the guest book was Sandi Eri, and helping with gifts New Candidates l_...,,,,r,uyr. _..,.,ru7 Heads SheI-Toa. To Be Enrolled Shirley Gra~ is the new president of Shel-Toa Orthopedic Guild, whose efforts benefit the Mary Bridge Children's Hospital in Tacoma. She and her husband, John, the Council-Wide Orthopedic Bazaar to be held in Olympia in November. ''At least 15 Guilds participate," she explains, "including many from Shelton and their 19-month-old daughter, Sally, live in Angleside. Born in Portland, Ore., Shirley was raised and graduated from high school in Everson, Wa. After attending Western Washington State College for and the surrounding areas." Christmas gifts are stressed, and many hand-made items are available. A bake sale is included, and a white elephant sale. Shirley Gray finds her Shrimp Pinwheel Casserole a good family Funds will be donated toward as accountant for Pacific Lumber the lsolette to be purchased by and Shipping Company of Seattle, the auxiliary. John Gray was enrolled in the graduate school of the University. They met and married. John, upon receiving his Ph. D, accepted three years, she moved to Seattle dish, and it is also sufficiently ,,, , , and there was graduated froln the: fancy for party fare. |~1~ ......... Uj~e~fs[ty of WashingtOn." ......... ~ ~"~ Shrimp.lJi~l~asserole --"~'~ ' ~hile Shirley was:emp!o3,ed~ 1/3 C. Ch0ppe(l green pepper employment with ITT Rayonier . I III II hOOI-- "7~"ocul~hJ and the Grays came to Shelton three years ago. They have lived in their Angleside home for the past two years. Landscaping and general gardening is a great source of pleasure to both Shirley and her husband. They purchased an adjacent lot for additional planting area, and there they are growing a vegetable garden in addition to flowers and shrubs. Both enjoy hiking. A fourth of July camping trip is planned, weather permitting, with a hike in the Enchanted Valley through Anderson Pass to the Dosewallips River area. "We have wanted to do this ever since we've been here," Shirley declares. Mrs. Gray knits and sews, and she does much reading; she cooks as a hobby. Hosts Dinner Last Thursday The Pioneer School Faculty hosted a farewell dinner for Pioneer Principals Robert Hartley C. chopped onion 2 Tbsp. flour tsp. salt 2 C. ( 1 -lb. can) tomatoes 1 C. shredded process cheese 1 C. (2 4-oz. or 5-oz. cans) cooked, cleaned shrimp. C. drained cooked or canned peas 1 recipe pinwheel biscuits Cook green pepper and onion in C. butter only until tender. Blend in flour, salt and dash pepper. Add tomatoes; cook and stir until thick. Add cheese; stir until melted. Add shrimp and peas. Pour into greased 2-qt. casserole and top with pinwheel biscuits. Bake at 450 degrees for 15 or 20 minutes, or until biscuits are done. Serves six. Pinwheel Biscuits Make favorite biscuit recipe and roll into a rectangle inch thick. Sprinkle with 1 C. shredded process cheese and C. chopped pimiento; roll as for jelly roll. Cut in l-inch slices. Place on top of hot casserole. Brush with 1 Tbsp. melted butter. and John Harp and their wives last Thursday evening. The party dined at Taylor Towne. Teachers and family members honoring the departing admi,nistrators included Mrs. Dorothy Zickrich, Miss Ethel Rohrig, Miss Linda Rinearson, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Dahlgren, Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Veager, Mr. and Mrs. Dean Palmer, and Mr. Roland Quinn. "I like to experiment," she MI I'lr r'~ll ik explains; "I really enjoy all types ~.n~,~, ~,~,na~,~ of cookm bu ' ec all 'g, t I,m esp i y I I |/ I'~* * interested in baking. Cosmetics tlOlaS t"lCnlc ~o the delight of little Sally, __ birds are fed on the deck, ~ for YOU A t Pllhn HnmL= generous supplies of bird seed ............... available to them at all times. The ~ !11 A picnic meeting held in the httle girl loves to watch them, and garden of Thelma Puhns home considers the feathered creatures REMOVING on June 15th marked the finale of to be her own personal pets. [ EYE MAKEUP I the years study of Opera for the Varied thrushes and towh~ I . .Q. I always have a great [ Shelton Music Club. sampled the smorgasbord ~ I aeal of trouble removing my I ~ t~ | eye makeup. Is there anything, During a short business December, and throughout theI I can use that will get it off I meeting Past President Estherwinter Oregon juncoes visited. | without a lot of rubbing? | Horton presented the NationalBlackbirds and sparrows are eliger I yes, there are eye l ~!~ Federation of Music Clubs' guests, but robbins, according to Ima.Keup- removers on thel ~ I~ Stewart ..... who has given two Blue /market formulated especia ly| President s pm to Mrs. Bernice Mrs. Gray, are shy. An occasmnal I f o r t h i s P u r p ose. A | : years Jay puts in an appearance, / water-solUable remover can be I of service as club president, but at present colorful finches ace 1 rinsed away With water and | ~ ~ :!: New officers for the coming plentiful. ' |W~l=- "'1 not ......... i year are: Ruth Smith, President; We saw so many strange ]~'-reyes'eavearing around] Thelma Puhn, vice-president;birds,' Shirley states, "that we iI AVOIDING I ~i~i~ Cathy Fose~de, secretary; and b ghtabookto~dentffythem, l EYE IRRITAT[ON | ~'~ ~:~ !~: ' OU " " " [[ ~ ~ Barbara Gorman, treasurer. Mrs. Gray looks forward to I| Q. How can I remove my | ~ )/the skin arouna mY eyes~ ,~i~i~i ,/ A. It is probably the | dissolving makeup that ~:ause ! 'il the irritation you feel. " I / If you hold a tissue under | your la?hes and close to your | |eyes wnen y.ou remove your I Geraniums, Fuchsias, Begonias' Ivy / makeup, me t,ssue will act as a ! blotter, soaking Ul:) th.I THE ENGAGEMENT of their daughter Kris is announced by [ Geroniums Plants. Your Bosket dissolving makeup and I Mr. and Mrs. John A. Strom. Her fiance is Richard E. it off sensitive skin areas .... Leightner, son of Mr. and Mrs. Earl T. Leightner of Page, } plontedl Closed on Thursdoy. ! Ariz. Miss Strom, a graduate of Shelton High School, is ! Nell's Phnrmuty J emplyed as secretary fr Security Title Cmpany" Leightn i UD 1 Emergency Ph. 426.2165 | is a graduate of Mingus Union High School in Jerome, Ariz. [ i . -33 .... and served as an Air Force illustrator for Pacific Air Fifth& Franklin St--426 ~.~| Open Dally 9:30 to 7:30 ! Command Headquarters Art Division at Hickam Air Force 426-3482 Spencer Lake kSaturdays-- 9:30 to 6:00 | base in Hawaii. The couple will wed in the United Methodist Church on August 14. .. ,, Page 6 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Thursday, June 24, 1971 By Moose Lodge The Loyal Order of Moose will enroll new candidates in the Moose Lodge at the airport on Saturday. Cocktails will be served at 6 p.m. and dinner at 7 p.m. The 8 p.m. enrollment will be followed by a dance at 9 p.m. with music by Lynx. Breakfast will be served at 2 a.m. Potluck_ PJanned, Senior Citizens Council wili' hold a noon potluck dinner in the Multi-service Center on Friday. Those attending should bring plates and silverware for individual use and either a hot or cold dish to share. Johnsen To Speak Harold M. Johnsen will speak on "The Calcite Family" at the meeting of the Shelton Rock and Mineral Society to be held in the PUD auditorium at 7:30 p.m. today. am ri Mr. and Mrs. Michael were Valeen Fitzgerald, Peggy Cummings, and Peggy Graham, sister of the bride. Following a honeymoon the couple will reside in Shelton. Present at the wedding were Food Budget Is By The Use Of the bride'S Mrs. A. W, Mrs. Rigby, Nelson, Boise, IdahO, Foods in the meat group - heat. There red meats, poultry, fish, eggs, dry the meat peas and beans - take the biggest constant bite out of the food dollar,further. "When food dollars are moisture limited, cutting back on the costs remain of the meat group may give you Just a the greatest return," Mrs. Linda that maY DeMiero, County Extension ground Agent said. Ground Ground beef probably is the hamburger least expensive of the red meats more than and it lends itself to further added extension. Since ground beef has extender! no bone, you can plan on four to d five servings per pound. When you ground cl~ make five hamburger patties from you a pound of ground beef, the your patties may be smaller than the family is in the habit of eating, limit on 0 n e '!,3:~:,o WnC~e p atty is sufficient fC~r ea~eh pelf;on at a be meal, but a discontented family costly does not help a homemaker who each is trying to stretch a limited adequate income. "In order to make larger family'sd patties with the same amount of bun, but ground beef, and maybe keep the per family a bit happier, try mixing in when about cup of oatmeal, bread an crumbs or instant potatoes to each pound of ground beef," Mrs DeMiero said. You also may want to blend in an egg or 1 or 2 tablespoons of The evaporated milk as a binder, she meet at suggested. Season to taste and in the grill or pan fry over low constant at 433 E E / Personalityl Peggy teel Values Values to $17.00 to $16.00 Now Only Now Only DOOR BUSTERS Reg. to $6,99 SHOE SALON