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PAGE 4 ...................................... Published in !Chriatnastown, U..AY, Shelton. Washington Thurda It's A Date Today, Thnrsday, July 4 Independence Day. Friday, Jiffy 5 Woman's Christian Temperance Union meeting, 1 p.m.. home of Mrs. Roy Cells. Saturday, July 6 Drivers' license examiner. 10 a. rn. to 5 p.m., police station. Jnnior Legion baseball Shelton vs. West Seattle. 6:00 p.m.. Loop Field. unday, June 7 Shelton churches invite you ito attend the church of your choice. Junior Legion baseball. Shelton vs. West Seattle, 1:30 p.m.. Loop Field. Monday, Jnly 8 County commission's meeting, 10 a.m.. courthouse. Coin Club meeting, 7:30 p.nr., PUD building. Tuesday, July 9 4-H Leaders Conncil meeting, 8 p.m., extension office. Dirt Dobbers' Garden Cinb. 10 a.m.. PUD building. Kiwanis Club luncheon, noon, Memorial Hall City commission's meeting, 2 p.m., city hall. School board meeting, 8 p.m., EverKreen school. Jtmior Legion baseball. Shelton vs. Raymond. 6:00 p.m., Loop Field. 'ednesday, July l0 Royal Neighbors potluck lunch- con. 11:30 a.m. Kneeland Park. Drivers' license examiner. 10 a. m. to 5 p.m., police station. Woman's Society of Christian Service circles' meeting, 1 p.m., Methodist church. Thnrsday, July 11 Mason County Forest Fesiva.l Association meeting, 8 p.m., PUD conference room. Rotary Club. hmcheon, noon. Ming Tree Cafe. 40 & 8 Voiture 135 July Prom- enade. 7:00 p.m. dinner at Shel- ton Hotel 8:00. Prom at Vets club, Wed In Hoquiam Frances V. Crawford of Shelton and George H. Walberg of Wins- low were married June 22 at the home of the bride's sister. Mrs. Roy Willis. in Hoquiam. The small Sharon Kellerman Becomes Wife Of Donald Stoppler quiet ceremony was attended by riends and refatives, ter of Rev. and Mrs. W. F. Keller- The couple then traveled to th man of Dayton, and Donhld VaN ocean beach for their' wedding entine toppler, son of Mr. ann trip. Mr. and Mrs. Walberg will Mrs. Phillip Stoppler of Shelton. make their home in Winstow,[were married June 14 at the Mr. where Mr. Walberg is a Chevron ] Olive Lutheran Church. Rev. Mer- dealer, vin Kellerman performed the dou- Mr, and Mrs. Dnald Stoppler will make their home in Seattle :for the uminer. In SeDtember the coupl will move to Olympia where the groom will teach at North Thdrston High School. ble ring ceremony. The church was Sharon Adell Kellerman. daugh- decorated with standing baskets of 1 w.A,,s cram= m w.0s00 x,,0m? t l Recipe Favorites Of&unt; Residents/ KIT1;Y JOHNSON, plctffr6 ab'oWe ih h'e. "attractive home on Cots Street where she lives with-her, husband Bud and two children, feels her recipe for Merinque Schaum Torte is practical and time-saving. Music, art and swimming are just a few of Kitty J'ohhson's ma- ny interests. After taking art lessons and becoming quite accom- /plished with water colors. she is looking forward to oil painting. Mrs. &hnson also play the-or- gan and is a member of Orthope- dic and Rhododendron Society. She enjoys swimming and beach comb- ins at their cabin on the Union side of the canal and is "also a sailing enthusiast, although she seldom has an opportunity to pur- sue this activity. The Johnsons are planning to enlarge their canal cabin this fall. With so many activities, ' Kitty naturally appreciates time-)aving recipes. She has chosen hdr rec- ipe for Meringue Sclmum TOrte to share with the readers because it is a dessert that can be made sev- eral days before an occasion and then kept in the refrigerator. Kitty feels this recipe is very practical, since the dessert can be made ahead of time and gotten out of the way, the hostess is free to concentrate on other party pre- lmrations. Besides being a time-saver, this dessert is also delicious as the Johnson children. Steve. 18 and Erica. 14, will certainly agree. As it is so-rich, it goes a long way. When cut into small pieces it is appropriate as an after din- ner dessert, as well as being ideal for party or club neting refresh- ment. Merinm Schaum Torte Ingredients for meringue: 4 egg whites 1 cup sugar /z teaspoon cream of tartar 1 teaspoon vanilla . Beat egg whites until frothy; add cream of tartar and beat un- til stiff-enough to hold a peak. Beat sugar in gradually; continue beating and add vanilla. Beat un- til Stiff and glossy. Spread into a well greased and flea, red 9-inch cake pan and bake very slowly for ex'et'ly on hour at 300 degrees, Remove meringue immediately from-pan t-o prevent aft'eking. To cool. slide on a piece of wax pa- per and on to aboard. Ingredients for topping: 4 egg yolks  cp sugar 3 tablespoons lemon juice 2 tbs, grated lemon rind 1 cup sweetened and flavored whip cream Beat gg yolks until stiff. Beat in sugar, lemon juice and rind, Cook 0ver hot water, stirring con- stantly, until medium ):liick; c0ol. When meringue is cool. put on half the whip cream, then the le- mon topping and top with the re- mainder of whipped cream. Chill in ice box 24 hours. white calla lillies and pink and white peonies adorned the altar. The bride's gown had a white satin bell-shaped skirt with a full train extending from the waitband. a rounded neckline and full-length tapered sleeves. Rose appliques were scattered down the center ot the skirt and bodice and her shoul- der-length veil of tulle was at- tached to a satin rose. Carrying a bouquet of white and yellow or- chids with stephanotis, she was escorted up the aisle by her father. The matron of honor. Mrs. Mer- vin Kellerman wore a green sat- in brocade dress with a hat ot green net caught by a satin rose. She carried a bouquet of gold rose- buds. Susan Newlean and Sharon Bonneville w e r e candlelighters. The best man was Ronald SLopp- Ier and the ushers were Ted Han- son and Jerry Byrne. Phil Stoehr. accompanied by Mrs. Mildred Put- vim sang "A Wedding Prayer". An orchid linen sheath and jack- et with beige accessories were worn by the bride's mother. Her corsage was of purple orchids. The bridegroom's mother chose a blue shantung sheath with white acces- sories complimented by an orci2id corsage. The reception was held in the parrish hall of the church Serv- ing the cake. which was decor- a ted with pink rosebuds arid pink bells, were Mrs. Emil Venzke and Mrs. Emil Rauscher. Others erv- ins Were Mrs. L'er0y Kellerman, Mrs. F. B. Ristine and Miss Nancy Briggs. Miss Carol Coffman and Mrs. Ron Stoppler were in charge ot the guest book and gift t.ble, re- spectively. The church decbrations corsages and bouquets were done by the groom's grandmother, Mrs. Ole Olson. and Mrs. Helena My- ers. Both are of Bremerton. The couple left for a wedding trip on the Oregon coast with the bride wearing a yellow shantung suit with white accessories and a corsage of white and yellow or- chids. Both are graduates of ISR. The groom graduated from the Uni- versity of Washington this June, where h'e was a member of Phi Delta Theta fraternity and a math honorary organization; Pi Mu ED- silon. The bride als0 attended tle University of Washington. Marriage Licenses Apptying for marriage licenses at the Mason County Auditor's of- fice this past week were: Kenneth L..Esler, 29, Allyn, and Shirley Reckabaugh. 33, Allyn. Charles Herz. legatl Shelton, and Grace Collins, legal, Shelton. Harvey W. Weyrick, legal, Ta- coma, and Ann B. Haynes, legal Shelton. Duane Nault, 18. Shelton, and Louella MeHenry, 19, Union. William B. Edwards. 84, Gig Harbor, and Geraldine D. Edwards, 32. Gig Harbor. LOGAL, SGENIG FLIGHTS Local. Flights  $2 person Scenic Olympic Mountain Flights  $8 person In Our NEW MOONEY MARK 21 Plane tor full information and res- ervations Call AEROLYMPIC Phone 426-4453' over the holiday weekend V.F.00 Members Receive Awards The recent VFW Auxiliary con- vention held in Aberdeen honored many of the local VFW members with awards. Colleen Gephart re- ceived an award for a very out- standing press book and Betty Godwin won a community service award for her work. Awards also went to membership chairman. Bernice Jansson and poppy chair- man. Arlene Smith Mr. and Mrs. Merv. Smith at- tended all four days of the con- vention as official Shelton dele- gates. Others attending were Mr, and Mrs. John Jansson. Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Sparks. Florence Ha- milton and Fae Robinson, Jessie Cox and Sue Weaver were elected as delegates tothe Nation- al Convention of the VFW Post and Auxiliary to be held in Se- attle in August, Fae Robinson and Brnice Jansson were selected as alternates. Several Shelton VF'W members att'ended a meeting of the Olympia VFW Post and Auxiliary held Fri- day evening, June 28. Those at- tending were Mr. and MrS. Larry Godwin. Mr. and Mrs. John Jans- 0n. Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Sparks and Fae Robinson. Botts Thank Community For Success Of Home Mr. and l;[rs. GiikitV[, otts of the Botts' Nursing Home woum like to thank everyone who has cess with all their gifts, visitations cess with all their gifts visitations arid interest. Mr. arrd MP. BGtt feel it has been seven years of pleasure working with members of the community They also thank those on the BoWs Nursing Home staff, who are so faithful in their service,. They wish much Success to Mr. and Mrs. Lester Krueger of BeN fair, who are the new owners and operators of Shelton Manor Nurs- ing home as of July 1. Harsliae Man Heads Amateur Press Group Dr. Raymond H. Waid, Har- stine Island, was recently elec- ted president of the United Ama- teur Press Association of America. The United Amateur Press Assn. is an internationally operating or- ganization with members in sev- eral countries. The object for its members is to write and publish for a hobby and pleasure. Thi year's "convention was held in Philadelphia, Pa. V.F.Wi--Meetsuly 19 The next bsiness meeting of the VFW Post and its Auxiliary will be held at 8 p.m.. Friday. July 19 in the Memorial Hall. All new officers will take their sta- tions. Many important items will be discussed including plans for the annual VFW picnic to be held t]e.first Sunday in August at De- light Park. Her Betrothal Announced THE ENGAGEMENT of Miss Lynda Rodgers to Daniel Densley, son of Mr. and Mrs. D. Ray Densley, has been announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Whitley Rodgers. All are of Shelton, Mr. Densley, who is now employed by Safeway, graduated from high School i Glendale, Oregon in 1959 and attended Southern Oregon College of Education. His future wife is a 1963 graduate of ISR and will attend Mode Beauty School. No definite date has been set for the wedding. i i ..... Retails Under $ I O0 9 99 eal " Shellon A Subsidiary of P. N. Hirsch & Co. Bell Riders Slate Play Day Sunday The Mason County Bell Riders will hold a zone approved play day a the Shelton Posse Grour, ds Sunday. Grand entry will start ar 12::I0 p.m. THE ALL JUNIOR show will be staged in two divisions. Th,y include 13-years-old and under and 14 through 18-years with ribbons going to five places and trophies for each age group. Entries are $.50 per event or $3 to play all day. Hm'se and rider skills will be demonstrated through 11 different games. They include western p'ea- ure class, individnal pole-bending, four-man baton race. Texas bar- rcls. fnur-man flag race. individ- uql scm'ry, nmsical sacks, figure "8" stake race. boot race keyhole /rid the sack race. The play day is open to lhe public with no admission charge. The next meetin of the Bell Riders has been changed to Jnly 12. Meets Next Wednesday The July meeting of the Shel- ton Business and Professional Wo- men's Club will be held Wednes- day. July l0 at the summer home ot Mrs. Katherine Calkins on Hood Canal. A potluck dinner will pro- ceed the business meeting. Mem- bers wishing more information may call President May Smith at 426-6261. Salvation Send Six Youngsters A Salvation Live, Mrs, Merle Shelton on arrangements for arrano.ements fo the Armv's en, near "Renton. heing carried out Assistance office reqnest from the Service ed by H. Parry erships are being t committee W.H. snrcr. The Army's c a professional rains lean Camping ry possible guard the daily swimming iods are under qualified life- The camp on June 15, tinue in separate Any p would be Shelton please contact committee or tance office. High ............. Low .............. High .............. Low .............. BUD PAULEY DODGE USED GARS 1959 OPEL STA. WAGON ....... Clean- Economical 1957 PLYMOUTH STA, WAGON V-8 Automatic 1.956 CHEVROLET 4-DOOR . 6 Cyl. - Std. Trans. 1958 HILLMAN 4-DOOR ...................... 1954 DODGE 4-DOOR ............................. 1953 MERC. 4-DOOR ........................... 1955 CHEV. PICKUP ........................... I/2 Ton 6 Cyl. Canopy Top GET A '63 DODGE They're Dependable! Guaranteed for 50,000 Miles or 5 YearS! ! PAULEY HOTORS Front St. & Railroad Ave. STATEMENT OF FINANCIAL CONDIT AFTER CLOSE OF BUSINESS JIJNE 30, 1963 ASSETS FIRST MORTGAGE LOANS AND CONTRACTS ........ $15,953,688.91 Members' savings have been invested in first mortgages and contracts on local real estate and are being repaid in monthly installments LOANS ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTS ................................ 16,601.99 OTHER LOANS ...................................................................... None PROI:I'I'Es SOLD ON CONTRACT ............................ 75.901.69 Properties being purchased by monthly pay- meats stipulated it/contracts we have orignated for pdrchasers. REAL ESTATE OWNED AND IN JUDGMENT ............ 67,911.28 INVESTMENTS AND SECURITIES .... $1,058,992.00 CASH ON HAND AND IN BANKS .... 358,827.51 1,417,819.51 FEDERAL HOME LOAN BANK STOCK ........................ 210,000.00 This stock makes available to the Association such short and long term credits as its business requites. OFFICE BUILDINGS AND EQUIiMEqT ........................ 398,120.87 Less Depreciation, DEFERRED CHARGES AND OTHER ASSETS ........ 74,909.15 LIABILITIES SAVINGS ACCOUNTS ...................................... $15,48,2 This represents the savings of members. Each account is insured up to $10,000.00. SHARES PLEDGED ON MORTGAGE ACCOUNTS ADVANCE FROM FEDERAL HOME LOAN BANK LOANS IN PROCESS ............................................................ The association has made loans to build, repair, refinance or buy homes on which these funds are to be disbursed. OTHER LIABILITIES .......................................................... lViscellaneous items to be paid in the ordinary conduct of business, SPECIFIC RESERVES ........................................................ GENERAL RESERVES ............................ 1,428,555.87 SU RPLUS .......................................................... 203,580.25 - i TOTAL ASSETS .................................................... $18,214,953.40 TOTAL LIABILITIES Quarterly dividends at the rate of 4 % per annum have been declared June 30, 1963. Thurston County Federal Savings and Loan HOME OFFICE Fifth and Capitol Way OLYMPIA, WAS! INGTON SH ELTON BRANCH 313 Railroad Avenue SHELTON, WASHINGTON LACEY OFFICE 4131 Market Square LACEY, WASHINGTON OLYMPIA, WASHINGTON OFFICERS & DIRECTORS CARLTON I. SEARS - President V. R. LAWRENCE - Executive Vice-President J. C. MINSHULL - Vice-Pre'sident EUGENE DOLAN - Secretary-Treasurer EVERETT A. LAKE - Assistant Secretary- Treasurer GARY HOPE - Controller HAZEL WALMER JOHN S. LYNCH, Jr. ARNOLD M. KOUToNEN HERBERT G. ANGLE M. M. "Bud" LYON - Shelton Branch Mgr' DONALD L. HEINTzELMAN - Lace)' BranV Mgr. L