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July 15, 1971     Shelton Mason County Journal
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at' OO In Sisters From :otland Visit With Mrs. Isa-McDonald "This is typical Scottish weather," said Mrs. Jean Diggle and Mrs. Liz Brown who arrived from Ayr, Scotland on June 30 to visit their sister, Mrs. Isa McDonald. The visitors are impressed by ladies, who had never seen anything to compare with the .Tacoma Mall with its covered areas. But perhaps most of all they are enjoying the meats available to the local consumer• the trees of the Pacific Northwest. "In Scotland," they explain, . .... d "There are none like them in "most of the cattle are of a small '~ J Scotland, ' they state. "There the breed, and the cutting of the meat [] trees are low and brushy." is entirely different• Very small [] American stores with their portions are prepared as roasts V • , extensive displays of merchandise and individual servings are tiny. ' r are also strange to the Scottish Sight-seeing has included trips to scenic sites and a tour of the ~. ~" #~ Tumwater brewery, j , • ~ -- ummer "American people are , . ..... | t ..... * |Jr ~ wonderful," agree Liz Brown, :~ [ I! : Luncheon who made a trip here seven years " ! } •- L I| ~. - ago, and Jean Diggle, for whom • / ,~ I[ k ° -' I~1 / this is the first visit. "Everyone is ~ ] . n, I rlannea so nice to us." ISA McDONALD. center, visits with her ii:llI q . , Isa McDonald is happy to be left and Je n:...i .... :,,^a a,,r Sq ot The Mason County Retired reunited with her sisters who will ~ , . ,,, ,.,:~u,= o ..... ,~ .,v ..... y , • • • - TOr a six-weeKs s:ay. ...- Teachers Assoclahon will hold its stay until mid-August ..... - summer potluck luncheon at "I just hope, says lsa, 'that nOOnpark Friday at Potlatch State we'll have some typical Sh,elton, a on Hood Canal. summer weather before then. • ~ | • ~ | / 1 ~ Reports on the state I~| |~ '~ ~'ll~i~tl ]~i~ ~l~dP~l~ll~l]i| convention in Spokane will be |~,~lkJ~ ~ DI|%,J try |~,]1 ~,~| |~,A~ /~1~ given by the delegates and the ('tlrt4 Prlr~ P~f .~qa[ / ~ legislative chairman will give a ........ l ~'" Their first annual Antique Ladies of Saint David's Guild, other iternS~l,," J ~ . ; " progress report Twanoh Grange will hold a Show and Sale will be held by under the leadershio of Mrs will be for ~, i ~ ~- ~' Members are asked to bring pinochle party on July 23 in their members of Saint David's George Brewer Jr.,-and Mrs: will come l:~ 0 i~ ":@ ~ ~: i their own table service, and Belfair halllocated on the Victor Episcopal Church from noon on Edward Jenner, will sell Toppenish?~f |~ ; - ~ ~ anyone wishing transportationcut-off road. August 12 through August 13, luncheons, coffee, tea, and Ticketsw~i |] ~ . "~ .... please call Josephine Moss, Doors will open at 7:30 p.m. and will include nine Washington home-made pie during the show. of its kind i~ ~i |l " ~e* '~ , 426-4618 or Addle Norris, and play will start at 8 p.m. dealers in antiques and " All items displayed - now by tl~e~ |~ " ~-~ ~:Y~ 426-4509. New members are Refreshments will be served, and collectibles. It will be sponsored furniture, cut and blown congregati0.~ ~ | ( , .~ ~ ...... ~/ especially welcome to attend,the party is open to the public, by the men of the church, glassware, china, miniatures, and available at tn~ d il ,. a'., ," JanOanford, SocetyEdtor I:' ,/" / • . ,> ,i eun on Held In Marysv lle i ~lt ~i The 25th reunion of three Coughlin, Denver, Colo;Mrs Carl family of Olympia ~ :'~ .,~'~> ,a~.".,,,~r'. nt ~ brothers and two sisters was held Morgan of Shelt0n; Mr. and' Mrs. Parents,-deceased, were Mr. ~, '~ >": ~:~i~ :i:~'< ;~ i ~ . on June 28 in the Marysville,Larry Stangeland, daughter andand Mrs. L. E. Bishop of Shelton !i ~," ~ . '::{~,~ | i II. Washington home of Mr. and Mrs. son-in-law of Floyd Bishop, and and graduated from Shelton High~:i~~, :~:::i;!~:~ |~i n ~t Floyd Bishop. family of Stanwood;Mr. andMrs.School were Ralph Bishop in ~i |l ~ ~ ~ ~ Attending were Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Carr, daughter and 1929" Clyde Bishop in 1939; and ~i)',~'~i~ ll ~ ~_ ~a n ~Jt ~ Ralph B~shop, Portersvdle, Cal.; son-m-law of Mrs. Morgan, and Mrs. Floyd Carrm 1959. ~: II J "~I I If Mr. and Mrs. Clyde W. Bishop and S!'~:tll, , ~.~,,~ daughter Patti of Escondido, Cal ; nounC il MR AND MRS DON OL/I an AI ~=.. : ,~ORIANNE MAY, ably assisted by Merle, Brett, b~by Terry Lt C~a, Ret and Mrs [ R . . , ,. g .. • • ~. ,^~=,ffle . , " ..... ai d ltor Ohnl o ;e tert ii tll iano. " "" ' " : "- ", ..... ' ..... -h ..... ' " "t- . ," • their daughter Dawn Ann to Y of. , t row eQon/as from oeea of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Miltenberger. are aid ,~" -:: ~:.r~ >; ~ ~ • chOU - • . .......... : " :; -- • ,- ....... s a nraduate of Port Ange es H gh b ^th Adr,anne May s Children ll,, For Colorful W nter Plants graduated ,rom S, helton ,,gh ddn;date / Un vers :y Ol vvasning:on. The A___ ! I_ I~ I I "11"" / I_ --~ ~lll ~ ~::~:';~:~:..~i The gardener who wants his your hand, water, then merely " - ~re her rOll-lime JOD al~ ~ ~ ; :£:{,?~ii~ window sills colorful all winter scatter the seeds over the surface. _ t~~ ~~d ;, ,:i ~i:,i~i:~ with lots of flowering plants will Do not cover them. Settle them in Saturda,, Dance Au:ianne May was born in one week each month by little J~ ~ : ~!)~ do well to consider begonias from place with a fine spray of water 1 ,1"_.~ P~| Anchorage Alaska b,,t lived John Hang for whom Mrs May ~~.'/5:~E newer hybrids B~ossoms of the Set thes'e where the ~l . . . .. I~lllr'rl~ k She was reared in Seattle and decorates the kitchen of Mrs I~ ~:~':'~:~ hybrids are larger and colors varv temnerature is from 60 to 65 tareo nv t.,~,--- a there was graduated from high Ma s Angles~dehome She rows ~.'.:,~ ~! throughout agreaterran e de rees and check them : De. , - ~ ~ .... ~ ..... K K~rn I1~ Y • g ' ',,', • " ..r~, g • g . school She attended Renoun s coleus each hoya neoneromia a ~' ~:~ ',~z~-,;~ g seeds are fine as dust occasionally to be surethe Y g PP Y . ~o 0f Be area enn Km ht will su 1 • , ....... :,, ~ , . .~ ~;, . ~ • tla~,~ ! Beauty School m Lake City, butprayer plant and a gardenia II f~ "" : i, 5::~'