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July 22, 1971     Shelton Mason County Journal
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MACE WISS prepares tortillas in the kitchen of her new home on Hammersley Inlet. Picnic Set Veterans of World War 1 and auxiliary No. 1462 will meet for a noon potluck picnic at Mason Lake next Thursday. Students Honored On the Olympic College President's Honor List for the spnng quarter are Alvin Johnson and Edward WaSte, both of Shelton. ace A flyer of planes, a builder of boats and co-constructor of her home is Mace Wiss, whose husband is Retired Navy Commander Donald Wiss, a professional pilot. Born deep in the heart of Texas, Mace Wiss lived in many places during the 29 years of her husband's naval career, the last five years of which she was employed as a computer operator for the Army and Naval Air Station in Corpus Christi. Upon the retirement of Commander Wiss two years ago, they took a sabbatical flight to Alaska, returning through the Shelton area. They decided to make their home here, upon the very property on which Donald Wiss's father had been born. When Commander Wiss's grandparents arrived in this area to homestead, they were disembarked at Skookum Point. Later, after the birth of a son, it was discovered that they were living on the wrong portion of land and it was necessary for them to move to the correct homestead near Agate. Twenty years ago. Cmdr. and Mrs. Wiss bought the original site of the family home, strictly for sentimental reasons. "We had at that time no thought of living here," said Mrs. Wiss. But here they are. They drew up plans and had them approved by an architect. "We did this to keep ourselves out of trouble," Mace Wiss states. Through the basic structure and the roofing, Cmdr. and Mrs. Wiss worked along with professional builders. From there, on they have done all work themselves with a bit of help now and then when they have felt the need of professional advice. ui In the Naval Air Station Hobby Shop in Alameda, Cal. the fiberglass hull for the "Skookum Queen", the Wiss's 18 foot cabin cruiser, was molded; from that point onward, Mace and her husband created the boat with their own hands. "It is rather unorthodox," Mace confesses, "as we built it to our own design. It suits us perfectly." Flying non-stop from Bellingham to Sitka, Alaska and returning non-stop to Shelton on July 5, Cmdr. and Mrs. Wiss and their daughter, Teri, a recent graduate of Trinity University in San Antonio, vacationed for ten days in Alaska. At the very end of the very last day of fishing, Mace's line was the only one yet in the water, her hook baited with the very last herring. It was then that she caught her first salmon, a 50 pound King. Her prize, along with a mere 25-pounder and several smaller ones caught by her husband, were canned in a self-service cannery after their return. Enchiladas 1 recipe chili con carne 1 doz. corn tortillas 1 lb. sharp cheddar cheese, grated 11/2 C. onion, chopped 1 C. ripe pitted olives, sliced Soften each tortilla by quickly dipping into very hot oil. Place into 9 by 13 by 2 inch casserole and onto each spoon chili con carne and 1 Tbsp. each of onion and cheese. Roll, placing overlapping edge down. Top casserole with ripe olives, remaining chili con came, onions and cheese in that order. Bake, uncovered, until heated through and cheese is melted - about 45 minutes at 300 degrees. great interest to her. "I'd like to correct one popular misconception," she remarked. "So many people seem to think that the red kidney bean is the true Mexican bean, and this is not so. It's the pinto bean." She serves her enchiladas with pinto beans, Mexican wild rice and a tossed green salad. Sale Scheduled A white elephant and rummage sale will be sponsored on Friday and Saturday by the Hood Canal Woman's Club in their Potlatch clubhouse. Doors will open at 9 a.m. TODAY'S Saint Nicholas' Episcopal Church, Tahuya, will hold their second annual Indian Salmon Bake on Sunday from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. at the church site, the old Tahuya School buildings. Mrs. Georgie Miller of the Skokomish Valley will be in charge of baking the salmon on racks over a fire of green alder. ollevson "Purple stock and pink daisies decorated the Mountain View Alliance Church where purple ribbon stretched between pews tied with pink bows for the June 26 wedding of Susan Ruth Rollevson and Ralph Arlen Saeger. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Donald A. Rollevson of Lake Cushman and the groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold O. Saeger of Shelton. The Rev. Earl Evers performed the double ring ceremony at 2 p.m. as Donald Rollevson gave his daughter in marriage before 175 guests. The bride was attired in a long white satin gown with sleeves and train of lace. Her veil was fashioned with white flowers and is rl lavender ribbon, and she carried white roses and pink daisies. In a full-length mauve gown, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Arlen matron of honor Mrs. Darlene Nielsen held a bouquet of pink roses with white daisies. Flower girl Lu Ann Arnold also wore a long gown of mauve. Ushering were Donald Scott Rollevson, brother of the bride, James Landis, and Bruce and Paul Saeger, brothers of the groom. musician singer. The mother c pink lace with and her carnations. chose a accessories, her corsage. For the the church b" ornamen Lavender and the cake made: cross 'and t~ Christograrn. Serving Leppanon, Lewis PI Johnson, aunt Saeger, son charge of presiding Debra bride. Later, in Mrs. reception families, out Both Shelton High. and the br Canadian B groom is em Jan Danford, Society Editor mon potatoes, cole slaw, garlic bread and ice cream. Donation is$2.50 for adults, $1.00 for children between the ages of six and twelve. Dinner for children under six years of age is free. Members of Saint Nicholas' Guild and their husbands will plan and serve the meal. Some of those included in the efforts are Rollevson and Landis were candlelighters. Dean Randolph was best man. Mrs. Richard Endicott was W. King, John Anderson, Jess Whitman, and Frances Huston. Youngsters of the church are selling advance tickets in competition for a prize; last year's "winner was Miss Kay Fixemer. The guild plans to feed some 500 people at this year's dinner. Last year in spite of rain, they planned for and fed 300 people. Mr. and Mrs. John Brady Whitener John Whitener Marry In Portland, In the First Church of the Open Bible in Portland, Ore., Charlene Everett, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth C. Everett of JPortland, on June 12 became the bride of John Brady Whitener, the son of Mrs. Lorine Whitener and the late Don Whitener of Shelton. The Rev. Melvin Hanson officiated at the double ring ,ceremony at 3 p.m. after which a reception was held in the Fireside Room of the church. The bride is a graduate of John Marshall High School in Portland, and is employed by the U. S. National Bank of that city. Her husband is serving with the U. S. Navy, .and is presently stationed in Tacoma. Following a wedding trip to Victoria, B.C., Mr. and Mrs. John Brady Whitener will reside in Auburn. Cosmetics For YOU MASK TREATMENTS Q. What does a mask do for the skin? A. A mask treatment stimulates circulation in the skin, thereby helping to carry away the impurities that cause oily or blemished skin. EFFECT OF FACE MASKS Q. How beneficial are face masks? A. Almost all face masks benefit the skin by stimulating surface blood circulation temporarily. Other than this one common benefit, however, face masks differ in their purposes and effects. Some help to cleanse the skin by sloughing off dead cells from the surface. Others are designed to firm and tighten the skin temporarily, thus helping to conceal tiny lines. Be sure that you purchase a face mask formulated to meet your particular need. Nell's Pharmaty Emergency Ph. 426-2165 Fifth & Franklin St.--426-3327 Open Daily 9:30 to 7:30 Saturdays -- 9:30 to 6:00 Page 6 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Thursday, July 22, 1971 The spacious living room and Chili Con Carne In addition to baked salmon, Mesdames Hugo Hoglund, Mack Proceeds from the salmon Northern bake will go toward payment on a After a homethe masteroverlookbedroomthe waters°f theirof llTbsp, bacon drippings the dinner will include baked LeDrew, Larry Watson, Richard new church site. Established in Canada, the cc 1 ½ lb ground round Hammersley Inlet. A lower level " September, 1968, Saint Nicholas Olympia. • " el 3 cloves garlic, minced will house a guest suite as w las 4 Tbsp ' chill"" powder 1' ight congregation has met in the old shop, storage and utility areas. " G O C ,~n ~rs Meet Ton school, whose buildings they have .... V2 tsp oregano leaves utnerma¢omplet~~, rooms.. ~ ~ ,are. ~esaS enl~:~fYet .~~ "~;~ ~i~otma" .... "~nain" ...... • ..... ~ Masqnbeen rentingschool District.fr°mtheLookingNOrth d -'oyette~ .. . ~ ~ ~ .-~, ~ . :~ 37~he~Golden Age Club will three months. • living,, m th~'~'ome as~'~ey buil~d~~. 3%~gP:c ~water " ~t at~6 p.m. today in the Birthday cake will again betowa~rd the day when they willSocial We sort of plan as we go • Memori~ Hall for a potluck provided at the September have their own building, the , ,, 4 Tbsp flour along,' Mrs. Wiss explains. We " dinner to be followed by an meeting, growing group purchased a Swimming can truly tell what we need, and can build the house just as we want it." A chandelier and other wrought iron decorative lamps were brought from Mexico in their private plane, and various ornamental items have been collected in their travels. Her hobby was once photography, but when the family acquired their first plane in 1962 all other hobbies fell by the wayside. Mrs. Wiss, at first afraid of small planes, soon became enthusiastic. "We bought a Beech Bonanza," she states, "and it is considered the "Cadillac" of single engine planes." "It is my impression," she continued, "that the Beech planes are of a more professional quality than most other small ones." She obtained her private license in 1966. They now own a Beech Travel-Air, a twin engine plane, and Mace Wiss will soon have her multi-engine rating. new From 1847 ROGERS BROS. ii II The enchantment of that first moment when you know it's forever.., captured in a timeless repousse' design that creates an aura of romance in any setting.., yours in gleaming silverplate or elegant gold electroplate. 48-Piece Service for Eight as shown. (less case) Sculptured Chest only $25.00. Brown meat in drippings. Add remaining ingredients, except flour. Cover and simmer for 1 hour. Thicken with flour. ~ -------....-.-._.---........ "I learned something new at the cannery," Mace Wiss declares. "The attendant advised us to wait for six months before using the evening of dancing, card games and music. Sixty eight members and visitors attended the last meeting, at which birthday cake was served in honor of those whose birthdays had occured within the preceding salmon, turning the cans regularly in order that juices may be Honor,,v,,D-'ll redistributed and re-absorbed by the fish, which is pressured for 90 minutes in the canning process." A week's cruise of the San Juans is next on the schedule for the Wiss Family. Mr. and Mrs. David Wiss of Eugene, Ore., brother and sister-in-law of Cmdr. Wiss, will arrive in their own boat to join them. With her many activities, Mace Wiss finds time to sew and she truly enjoys cooking. Because she was reared in Corpus Christi, approximately 125 miles from the Mexican border in an area where perhaps half the population were Mexicans, Mexican cookery is of .Announ Washington State University's spring semester honor roll includes Linda E. Barrom; Shayne M. Barrom; Steven N. Evander; Rodney N. Reeve; Darlene A. Schmiege; Shirley J. Van De Rift; and Betsy L. Willard; all are of Shelton. Also listed are Karen M. Schumaker and Liane C. Schumaker of Belfair. On the President's list are Shelton students Janna R. Kriebs;' Cynthia L. Standley; John A. Tylczac; and Linda C. Williams. pentn OO0 5th & Franklin Twanoh Grange Sets Card Party A pinochle party will be sponsored by Twanoh Grange on Friday in their Belfair hall located on the Victor Cutoff road. Doors will open at 7:30 p.m. and play will start at 8 p.m. The public is invited. Porsonalityl Values to $17.00 Now Only stream-bordered site on the North Shore Road in Tahuya this spring, and hopes to build soon. Picnic Scheduled The picnic outing of the Dirt Dobbers Garden Club Will be held Tuesday at Point Defiance Park. Members should bring sack luncheons and other foods if desired, and they will meet at 9 a.m. at the PUD building. and dancing social be held at residence p.m. SaturdaY" jayettes RSVP Bill 426-4727. THE TE woman'S behave SHOE SALON e Peggy Leel Values to $16.00 Now Only ¢ tO