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PAGE 12 SHELTON MASON COUNTY JOURNAL -- Published in "Christmastown, U.S.A.", Shelton, Washington Thursday, Beifair Shower Honors Recently Married Girl By Carolyn Freelin BELFAIR--Mrs. John Isaacson was feted last Tuesday evening, July 16 at a bridal shower at the home of Mrs. Robert DeLong. Honored at the post-nuptial ev- ent was the former Michaele Gall Medeiros. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Medeiros, wr,,o was mar- ried last month. A pirJk and white theme was carried out with ram- bler roses and astilbe arranged in an antique glass compote and a molded strawberry dessert. "Mad Libs" provided entertain- ment for the guests. Present for the evening were the bride's mother, Mrs. Ray Medei- ros; grandmother Mrs. Jim Jones; and great-aunts. Mrs. Earle Hol- den and Mrs. Jack ¥ard; the groom's mother. Mrs. Norman Is- aacson of Rocky Point; and Mrs. Lawrence McIlhaney of Silverdale. Also attending were Mesdames C. O. Eddy, Clarence Henningsen, Frederick Fardo, Robert Meyers, Lee Lopriore. Owen Calloway, Ro- bert Shelley. Elmer Slagle, Bill Cady, Leonard Nelson. Mel Mills, James E. Wilson, Douglas White. and James Maynard, and Misses Tina Nelson, Heather White. Rita Griffey, and Barbara Huson. Mes- dames Bob Schwartz and Ed Mills were unable to attend. The newlyweds are making their first home at Rocky Point. A REMINDER,: Don't forget the annual Belfair Firemen's Auxil- iary Ball this Saturday night, July 27, at the Victor Community Hall, 9:30 p.m until 1:30 p.m with its live music and free midnight lunch. Donat,n for the Ball is $1, and tickets can be obtained from Fire Department members and their fa- milies, or at the door Saturday night. Proceeds from this dance are used for community projects and welfare. Summer slows down most org- amzations' activities but it hasn't dampened the enthusiasm with which the Twanoh Grange mem- bers are planning their new Grange Hall. The group plans a building near the North Mason Junior-Senior high school to house its meetings and functions. They have been meeting in the Belfair Fire Hall. Land for the new Grange Hall ;vas donated by Alfred Snell. The property's location makes it read- ily accessible to members in the Belfair, Al/yn, and Victor areas. Also under way in the planning department are plans for the Grange entries in the Mason Coun- ty fair next month. ANOTI]ER SI]OWER, tlis one for bride-to-be Miss Beulah Mc- Kimson. was July 10 at the Per, ry McDonald home. Miss MeKim- son, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Win. ]VIcKimson, will fly to Okinowa in early September to become the bride of Dr. Boyd Aigner. Assisting Mrs. McDonald in hostess duties was Mrs. Norm Ras- mussen. Guests included the Mrs. William McKimson; Mrs. Ercell McKimson, Beulab/s grandmother; Mrs. Ralph Fleitner of South Da- kota: and Mesdames W. H. Travis, Ethel Drew, M. Howard, Ted Crow, William Morgan, Merlene Giese, Max Jordan. C. W. Henningsen, Charles Beck. David McKay, Ken- neth Short, Guy Williams, Ray- mond McDonald. Lloyd Suhr, Mat- thew" Bischoff, Roy Mitchell. Tim Deleo, Lavina Williams, Anna Stafford, C. C. Eddy, Stve Ahl, RudolpJa Sundstrom, James Huff- man, Madge Pennebera. Ann West- berg, Clint Townsend, Alice Pope, Merrill Ison. and Gene Freigang, and Miss Leslie McDonald. Miss McKimson is a graduate of Olympic College and the Uni- versity of Washington, and re- ceived her Master's degree from Colorado State Ur/iversity. Her fi- ance holds degrees from the Uni- versity of Washington and Colora- do State. Approximately one-half of the Series E Savings Bonds sold each year are bought through the Pay- roll Savings Plan, the Treasury Reports. IN WASHINGTON BEER IS A NATURAL From nature's ligllt grain comes sparkling, light beer... Washington's traditional beverage of moderation--it's light, sparkling, delicious. /nd naturally, the Brewing Industry in Washington is, proud of the more than one million tax dollars it contrib- utes to the state of Washington each year--money that elps support our schools, our hospitals and our parks. In Washington, beer belongs--enjoy it. UNITED STATES BREWERS ASSOCIATION, INC. Liliiwaup Couple Bring 1Back Eskimo Ice (keam Recipe From Alaska ,l"ri00,00P trip to Alaska. Mrs. Jessup pre- sented each :.nember of the Wed- nesday bridge club-with a copy of the "Eskimo Cook Book". pre- pared by the students of the Shis- maref Day School. By our stand- ards the available native foods are weird and their preparation incredible. Eden brief recipe, as below, is signed by the boy or girl submitting it and entranced by relevant drawings. Eskimo Ic Cream Grate reindeer tallow into small pieces. Add seal o slowly while beating with hand. After some seal oil has been used then add a little water while whipping. Continue adding" seal oil and water until white and fluffy. Berries can be added. Morris Iyutelluk. Seals Bare Feet Put the seal's bare feel in a cooking pot. Cover them with blubber and keep in a hot place until fur comes off. Then it is time to eat the seals bare feet. You can coffk them or eat them without cooking. Pauline Tocktoo. The receipe we found most di- verting was the one that conclud.. ed with the statement "I don't like it". No cookbook collection could be quite complete without this 37-page booklet published for the sole benefit of the Alaska Crip- pled Children's Association. avail- able in Juneau. Box 1981 for 60c. Mrs. Katherine Beardsley has surrendeied the keys of her Lil- liwaup Falls home to the new own- ers, the Russell Smiths of Califor- nia. She has purchased the Ed Fitzgerald place in Olympia. where she and her sister. Mrs. Elizabeth Dailey will live. However. Mrs. Beardsley evidences a continued interest in Hood Canal and her friends here by planning to week- end frequently at her apartment on Indian Beach a part of the property she retained when mak- ing the sale. DAUGHTERS ARLENE Berg and Doris Kaare together with their vacationing husbands and the youngsters have made the Dick Schauffler home a lively place this past week. Dick and Addle are 3elighted that Lo[is. Dick's bro- ther from Seabeck is moving to Eldon where they can get together more often. Harry Olell former resident of Hood Canal near Jorstad Creek, now of Seattle. was a visitor in the homes of Mr. and Mrs Dick Sehauffler, Mr. and Mrs. Gr;orge Moake. Mr. and Mrs. Ruel Pierce and Mr. and Mrs. Korzeniowski this week. Mr. and Mrs. George Moake at- tended the annual picnic of the 1962 Kitsap-Mason Eastern Star Past Matrons' club on Sunday. The picnic was he!d at the beautiful home and grounds of Mr. and Mrs. Orville Kager, of Grapeview. The group includes the Matrons and their Patrons and the families of both. About 40 attended. Mr. and Mrs. Sigurd Hoff have enjoyed a two weeks visit from their son Joseph Hoff and his wife and little Jo. who drove up from Las Vegas to be with them awhile. Mrs. Marjorie Furlong took a day off from the eight to six rou- tine at the Driftwood and drove to Portland with Mrs. Dorothy Kanpisbh of Lake Quinault, a friend with whom she once made a trip to Alaska, En route they picked up a third friend and spent a carefree day shopping and sight- seeing, taking dinner at world famous Lloyd Center. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Campbell have spent a week at Seaside. re- laxing and enjoying the ocean. They report pleasant hours spent with Mr. and Mrs. Jake Swelling, former residents of Triton Cove on Hood Canal. The Swellings are now located on a five-acre ranch at Battle Ground, a suburb of Portland, and have a summer place at Cannon Beach. 10 miles from Seaside. Mr. Swalling's health is much im- proved. Mrs Swalting is teaching and working towards her Masters' degree. WE REMEMBER the Swalling boys as children, enthusiastic and persistent with any undertaking. to ride immediately, which they did. Their faces flushed wth ex- erton and excitement they alterna- ted fallng off with wild bursts of speed. On-lookers feared that the day would end with broken bones. But all went well. So it is to be expected they are still giving a good account of themselves. Jake Jr.. in his second year of college making straight A's, and Jud, president of the Future Farmers of America, for his area winning blue ribbons with his beef cattle. Traveler's Rest, one of the ear- ly day resorts on Hood Canal bor- dering on the Jefferson County line. was last owned by the Swal- lings. It was m my recollection the first resort to be broken up by platting. This method of sel- ling a resort, cabin by cabin and lot by lot has been followed ad- vantageously by other resort own- ers. their market the city dweller who wants no more than a week- end spot adjacent to salt water and stream fishing. Little Robin Catto of Omak has been spending time with her grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. John L. (Jack) Catto of I]dian Beach, They were joined this week by John A. Catto of Seattle, Jack's son, and his two daughters. Mrs. Catto (Frances) retired the end of May from her job with the State Highway department, but has been ealled back to help out while others are away on vacation. Mr. and Mrs. Pat M. McGrady, who purchased Mrs. Elizabeth Ro- bbir,' estate in Lilliwaup two years ago, are now in residence there. Mrs. McGrady and Mrs. Frances Catto are sisters, daugh- ters of Mrs. Elizabeth Robbins, famous as the Northwest's octog- enarian golfer. Mr. MeGrady, who is science edi- tor for the American Cancer So- ciety with headquarters in New York city, is writing a book to be published in the spring. Mrs. Catto helps by typing the chapters as they are completed. Mr. Mc- Crady's son. Seamus, who will teach in Alaska this year, togeth- er with his wife and youngsters are spending the last days with the semor MeCradys until sailing date Aug. 1. Mr. and Mrs. Nell Vance re- turned Wednesday from a 20-day trip which took them into North- ern California. They spent the first 10 days with Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Carson of Coos Bay, Ore. During this period they contacted a granddaughter. Mrs. Jay Green. Then they moved on Lo Crescent City where they saw two nieces and families, the Hank Lucks. and the Oran Dexters, Mr. Vanee's brother. Arehie Pol- Storm Downed Timber Harws|ed Sales of National Forest Timber felled by the Columbus Day storm now exceed one billion board feet, according to J. Herbert Stone, Re- gional Forester, U.S. Forest Ser- vice. In the National Forests of Ore- gon and Washington, 958 sales have been made with a total vol- ume of 1,345,469,000 board feet, of which approximately 25 per- cent was intermingled green tim- ber that had to be logged with the blowdown timber. Most recent estimate on a re- giondde basis indicates there is approximately 390 million feet yet to sell. much of which is adver- tised at this time. In the past three months, 425 sales were made involving 861,322,000 board feet. Total volume of blowdown tim- ber actually harvested to June 30 is estimated at 403,332,000 board feet. Vl'he current woods industry strike has slowed removal of dam- aged timber in certain areas, Stone said. lock, picked them up at Crescent City and drove them to his home in Arcadia, where they ocean fish- ed successfully for salmon. A re- union of Nell's side of the family took place at Weott. From there another niece and her husband, key. and Mrs. Martin Engerbritson drove them back to Hood Canal. Through cooperation of relatives the Vances did not have to use their own car on this trip. The Engerbritson's and their four children are now house guests of the Vances, Thursday, Aug. 1, Hood Canal Garden Club holds its annual meeting at the Tom Webb place on the Union side of the Canal. It will be a potluck luncheon with husbands as guests. The business meeting starts at 11 o'clock p.m. This will be Flower Hat day so make and wear your own as gay and original as you choose. While summer is the popular time for visiting, hours spent with music and books are also gratify- ing. In case your supply of either is running low the Bookmobile schedule for our area with dates and stops are as follows: Mondays, Aug. 5 & 19 Indian Beach. 9:55-10:05 McKasson, 10:10-10:30 Stetson's Beach. 10:35-11:05 Eldon Store. 11:20-11:30 Beacon Point Res.. 11:35-11:45 Triton Cove. 11:50-12:05 Lilliwaup P.O.. 1:00-1:15 Star,.' White. 1:20-1:40 Holiday Beach. 1:45-2:00 Books, records, magazines and films are available through this service. Library cards are not re- quired. Pinochle fans bear in mind that the next games will be played at the Lilliwaup Community Club on Friday night, July 26th at 8 p.m. MASON COUNTY'S DINERS GUIDE --EAT OUT OFTEN LAKE CUSHMAN RESORT  miles from Hoodsport on Lake Cushman Dine Over The Water in the Panoramic Dining Room • CHAR-BROILED STEAKSi =.-. /e-,-T • SEAFOOD • CHICKEN ," Cocktails in the LIARS' D.EN Banquets Parties k\\;\'-2L[ Phone 877-5388 for reservations if desired 1 miles East WALT'S-ROBIN HOOD LODGE o Unio. o the Canal AN ENCHANTING ATMOSPHERE FEATURING • HOME MADE PIES AND PASTRIES • QUALITY FOOD AT REASONABLE PRICES • BREAKFAST SERVED ANYTIME MILLO'S DINER o Hood Canal near :Potlatch On I4ighway 101 BREAKFAST  LUNCH  DINNER -- Our Specialty -- • BROASTED CHICKEN (finger-licken' good) We feature SEAFOOD, too! Phone 877-9488 -- Take-Out Orders'  DAIRY QUEEN m o 1st st. in Sheltoa Recognized as THE place for thick SHAKES and smooth SUNDAES, and NOW from DAIRY QUEEN'S kitchen  HAMBURGERS and FRIES. Phone 426-8091 THE GROVE CAFE Highway 101 less than a ]nile South of Hoodsport LUNCHES  DINNERS STEAKS  SEAFOOD  CHICKEN DINNERS OPEN 11 A.M. TO 12 MIDNIGHT Phone 877-5571 Dh'ed Williams, Prop. THE OYSTER HOUSE s miles West of Belfair on Hood Canal We Take Pride in Our HOMEBAKED BREAD and PASTRIES • Complete Variety of DINNERS • SEAFOODS GATEWAY CAFE s miles South of Shelton on the Olympic Highway BREAKFAST  LUNCH  DINNER • Prime Rib and Steak • Seafood • Homemade Pies Dinner Parties Invited Open aily 6 a.m. to 10 p,m. MAMIE S GRILL 193 Olympia Highway Norm on Mountain View BREAKFAST  LUNCH  DINNER Special Dinners Daily  Fried Clams  Oysters • Buckwheat Hotcakes Anytime • WE MAKE OUR OWN PIES! MINOR'S A & W DRIVE-IN 1729 Olympic I4ighway ll. on Mr. View "COME AS YOU ARE, WE SERVE IN YOUR CAR" • FOOD and DRINK ORDERS TO GO HAMBURGERS & FRIES FOOT-LONG HOT DOGS CL[ARANC SAYS-I think its about time the people of Shelton and ty started getting a fair shake on their appliance needs. MILLER'S Afi00IJAL J@LY CLEARANCE SALE, we want check your metropolitan papers- If you find a better Northwest on regular merchandise, we will meet the we will deliver and install - REHEMBER- "flobody Beats A Miller Deal" • OVER 400 Ib, capacily • each shelf a quick freeze ® straight line design • 5 year unit warranty 13.2 18 c,. It. UPRIGHT FREEZER- °° 23 cubic ft. chest 775 lb. Capacity- Combination Refrigerator-freezer • 12 lb. capacily • 3 wash temp. • 2 Rinse iemp, ® Gold water Wash Filler Fio Constance wife June. 30'"°" =148°° i Can-Opener-Knife Combination- Reg. price $19'95 ..,ee NOW s resides on Laurel St. _. _ - _ _ I u.,,- s,0cx I } 0, ,A,, o, / /' Hew G.E. II inch t / rorlable TV ' / Di _. AT 00998' t '1 EASY CREDIT-No Payment Till Septee SALE WILL RUH UNTIL 5:30 p.m,, JULY 31st I Over 200 Appliances on Display MILLER'S - Shelton- Olympi G.E. SaleS' , CALI f