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ial Even ts Molly Murdey Phone 426-4412 School Spotlight igeshi will enter Western Washington State forward to a career either as an interpreter in high school or college. and Mrs. njuku-Machi, a resident of 1957. to come to first visited as made five across the lme. He en- on Oyst- miles out of joined by Sue. One I)ora alld living with apan. joined ish upon ar- entered the che Grade Zcd to grade mastered ]e still main.. a difficult SUmmer. are Studying With Mrs. Gib are teach- road," Sue commented. She also explained that in Japan the houses are much closer together than in the United States. collecting In use of 'Y designing events. tstic partici- activities chool years. representa- and junior Is' Club den of Control Worked in to Library of of- al- and civ- as her t o play bad- basketball COllege ed- to Ja- to add, birthplace town where are farming differen- United Hue ? "The smobth- are f n ,IIELTON--MA,0N COUNTY JOURNAL --Publiahed in "Chr,@:maqm, b U..A.",,belt0!, Washington AAUW HOLDS CONVENTION IN DENVER Four topics to be emphasized for the next two years by the Olympia-Shctton nembership of the Olympia br9nch of Aprican Association of University Women are: "Bridging the Gap Between Science and the Layman". "The American Family in a Changing World". "Occident and Orient" and "Expectations for Education". Miss Marvan Reynolds president of the group, expects to call a board race'.in, in order to re- organize under a new structure. adopted in June at the associa- tion's national convention in Den- ver. which will more closely relate offiees to program development. Among more than 2.000 voting delegates to the convention were Miss Reynolds and Mrs. %Valter Olsen. who became president of the Washington state division on July 1. For the first thne. over 50 percent of the nation's 1514 branches were represented at the biennial meetinm whose delegates agreed to eontinue efforts in sup- port of the United Nations and federal aid to educat2ion.. Thcv also voted to add, on request, all reginally accredited colleges of- fering a bachelor's or higher de- gree to the associatimfs list of institutons whose 'raduates are eligible for AAU\\;V membership. The new list consists of 534 names. Dr. Blanche Dew, of Nevada, 1{o.. was elected president, suc- ceeding Dr. Anna L. Rose Hawkes. who said. in her final ad- dress, that freedom of choice de- pends upon freedom of thought. From London, Miss Irene F. Hil- ton came to explain the vital role of American Association support of International Federation of Un iversity Women. of which she is president. Speaking to the representatives. John D. Rockefeller III said that problems created by the popula- tion explosion are greater than the threat of nuclear war. It is not a matter of food alone, he indi- cated, but the question is one of nmnbers of people vs. cultural re- sources as well as material ones. Harrison Brown. scientist and au- thor from California Institute of Technology, declared that although modern man has sufficient scien- tific knowledge, he lacks moral control over his problems. w.,'s ooo00,,G ,, w,osE ,,,O,E,, t Recipe Favorites 0fCount; Residents/ same : (, :!. : If you have any doubts about how god Norma Larson's Crisp Toffee Bars are, just ask her three sons. John, Bruce and David will be more than happy to demonstrate their tastiness. -- =I:. -'1: Norms Larson has chosen to present her rempe for Crisp Tof- fee Bars, as it is a favorite of her.Urn're sons. The Larson boys, John 11, BruCe 9, and David 7, ag- gree that their mother's cookies are tops for after-school snacks or picnic lunches. "Unlike many crisp cookies. Crisp Toffee bars pack very well and do not crumble," commented Mrs. Larson. She also has found PAULEY DODGE USED CARS .................................. $645 Wagon - Clean DR. STD. TRANS ..... '545 - RUNS GOOD '- R ................................. $295 STA. WAGON ................ s445 PICKUP ............................ s595 V'8- OVERDRIVE ............ '395 GET A '63 DODGE Dependable ! for 50,000 Miles or 5 Years! ! Y HOTORS Ave. Phone 426-8183 ' %: * ,2,' that her recipe is easy to prepare. Like most mother, s of active, grow- ing boys, she appreciates a sim- ple recipe which will keep the cookie jar full. Her recipe makes a fairly large batch of toffee bars. Norms is president of the Christmastown Orthopedic Guild and holds the office of Marshall in Eastern Star, She is a register- ed nurse and works one day a week in Dr. LeCompte's office. It was not surprising to find that baking is one o her favorite hob- bies. She enjoyggardening in their yard, directly across the street from Bordeaux school, and read- ing, especially mysteries, "I'm a 'Who done it?' fan," remarked Norms in regard to her literary preferences. Norms and her husband, Aus- tin, who is emIYloyed as shop fore- man at Simpson. plan to do some local traveling in August. As they visited Norma's home state of South Dakota last year, they have scheduled no lengthy trips for this summer. Crisp Toffee Bars I cup butter or margarine 1 cup brown sugar, packed in cup 1 teaspoon vanilla  cups sifted flour 6-oz. pkg. chocolate chips (1 cup) 1 cup chopped walnuts Thoroughly cream butter sugar and vanilla. Add flour and mix well. Stir in chocolate and nuts. Press mixture iota ungreased 15V, z by 10,, by 1-inch jelly pan. Bake in moderate oven, (350 des.) for 25 minutes or until browned. (2ut in bars or squares while warm. Cool before removing from pan. REMINDER: Series E, J and F Savings Bonds now may be ex- changed for Series H Bonds which pay interest each six months. Ask your banker, ENGAGED Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hodgson of Shelton announce the engage- ment of their daughter, Bever- ly Jane Hodgson, to Mr. Donald Nicholes, son of Mr, and Mrs. Howard Nidholes of Ch.qnning, Texas. The bride is a 1963 grad- uate of Irene S. Reed High School, No date has been set for the wedding. (photo by Dean's Studio) Alumni Association Plans Picnic, Dance The annual Mary M. Knight Alumni Association picnic will be held Sunday, July 28, at Potlatch State Park on Hood Canal. All alumni, former students, friends and teachers are invited to join in a day of fun on the canal. There will be swinmnng, boating, eat- ing, and best of MI, visiting with old classmates and friends. Everyone is to bring a potluck hmch and table service for their family, with ice cream and coffee being furnished The hour for eat- ing is set for 1:09 p.m. The scholarship fund raising dance will be held Saturday night, July 27. at the Matlock Grange Hall. Tickets may be purchased at the door or from a committee member. Music will be by Ernie Patnude's orchestra from Olympia. Ind'fvidual donations for the Scholarship Fund may be mailed to Katharine Calkins, 725 South 7th, Shelton. Wash. Double Wedding In Hoquiam For Former Shelton Residents Judith [la Dnvenport daughter of 35r. and Mrs. Paul I. Daven- port of Athens. Greece. and Car- roll Eugene Stuck. son of Wayne Stuck of Hoquiam. formerly of Shelton. and Mrs. Irma Carpenter of Kent. uere married June 22 at the home of the bridegroom in Hoquiam. Also married at this evening" ceremony were the bride- groom's sister, Virginia ,%aurel Stuck. and David Lee Pratt, son of Mrs. Charles Wilcox of Aber- deen. Vows were exchanged un- der an archway of sunln3er flov, r- et's. Miss Davenport. wearing a white sleeveless sheatb with a corsage of pale yellow rosebuds, was es- corted up the aisle by Clifford :Brooks of Aberdeen. Miss Cars Ann Childress of Aberdeen was maid of honor in a yellow spag- hetti strap dress with a match- ins bolero jacket. Bes{ nan was 'Charles StoCk, brother of the groom. The bride is a graduate of Wea- therwax High School in Aha-deen and the groom graduated from Irene S. Reed. The former Virginia Stuck was escorted up the aisle by her fa- ther, "Wayne L. Stnck. She wore PACE.17 Bake Sale Is Saturday The church, of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints will sponsor a bake sale Saturday, Aug. 27, at the Sears and Roebuck Com- pany. The sale will begin at 9:30 a.m. and will last until all the baked gOOds are sold. Homemade breads, nut breads, regular rolls, sweet rolls and fruit pies will be featured. As this church group includes many good: cooks, the public is encouraged to attend. Scheduled Election The Hillcrest Homemakers Club will meet at 11 a.m.. Wednesday, August 7 at the home of Mrs. El- lis Wells. Plans for the club's booth .at the Mason County Fair will be completed and an election of new officers will be held. At the last meeting 11 Home- makers and two visitors were pre- sent. Members tied a quilt for the fair. Luncheon was served by the hostess, Mrs. Mary Trotter. Joy is not in things; it is in us. Richard Wagner n white embroidered sheath dress with a veiled hat: and a corsage of yellow roses. Mrs. Floyd Aktinson, matron of honor And sister of the bride, wore an aqu matching dress and a corsage of pink carna- tions. Floyd Aktinson served as best man. The bride graduated from Ho- quiam high school and the groom is a graduate of Washougle high school. The couple will make its home in Aberdeen Virginia and Carroll St.uek's mother wore a while brocade sheath with while accessories and a corsage of yellow carnations. David P] att's mother wore a beige sheath with matching accessories and a corsage of flame carnations. A reception in the Stuck home followed the ceremony. Guests from Shelton included Mr. and Mrs, Fred Stuck, grandparents of the groom, and Mr. and Mrs. Merle Holloway. Mr. and Mrs, John A. Shappell, of Rantoul, Illinois, announce the engagement of their daugh- ter Charlotte Ann Henry of Lou- isville, Kentucky, to Lt. Gordon A. Grant, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Grant of 721 Sidney Street Shelton. Miss Henry at- tended Bell.(mine College in Kentucky and is presently em- ployed as a junior accountant in Louisville. Lt. Grant is a gradu. ate of Irene S, Reed and St, Martin's College and is now sta- tioned at Williams Air Force Base, Arizona. An August wedd- ing is,planned, Officers Announced By SASHAYERS TO MEET The Salty Sashayer SquAre "'""'a.a,u.w. President Dance Ch, b will have its regular Members of the newly organiz- ed board of the Olympia branch of American Association of Univer- sity Women are scheduled to begin discussing program development at 7:30 p.n;. tonight at the home of Mrs. Donald Holden, RI. 3. Box 441-AA on Zangle Road. Officeholders for 1963-64 an- nounced by president Maryan Rey- nolds are wce president (member- ship), Mrs. Holden; vice president program development), Jocelyn Dohm : secretary, Mrs. Hoberl Knight: treasurer. Mrs. Miles Brown; fellowships chairman. Mrs. Bruce Reeves: legislative etmir- man. Mrs. Robert i2all; world pro- blems represeutative. Mrs. Donald Davidson : comnmnity problems representative. Mrs. Charles Dram" cultural interests representatwe. Mrs. Bernard Saibc!: educalion representative, Mrs. Ralph Bes- wick; historian and by-laws chair- man. Mrs. Henry Rnmber;er; bul- letin editor. Mrs. Truman Price; directory editor. Mrs. Griffin Bre- wer: publicity chairman Margery Sayre: social chairman. Mrs. WeN ddn Rau; hospitality chairman. Mrs. Calvin Johnson. and represen- tatives to junior programs, Mrs. David Goedeeke and Mrs. Knight. At this merino, the program de- velopment commuter will submit suggestions for p{]rsuing the four topics of "Occident and Orient," "The American Family in a Chan- ging world," "Bridging the Gap Between Science and the Laymmf' and "Expectations for Education." PICNIC Tills SUNDAY Canal Court No. 79, Order of Amaranth. will have a picnic at noon, this Sunday at the home of Mrs. Tom Turner near Union. Cof- fee. cream and sugar will be fur- nished. All members are urged to attend. dance at 8:80 p.m. this Saturday at the Memorial Hall. Bennie Berndson of Olwnpia will be the caller Dancing will be folhnved by a potluck supper At 11:30. All nlen-lbelS are asked to at- tend the business meeting at 7:30 p.m to discuss plans for lhe com- ing year. Baptist Women Meet The Women's Fellowship of the P, aptist Church met last %Vednes- day at the Island Lake home of Mrs. Cecil Crow. Fom'ty-ttn-ee Is- (lies were present t(> eljoy the hmcheon. The meeting was held on the lawn overlooking the lake. Guest speakers were Mr. and Mrs. Ben Ralston, missionary appointees to West Pakistan. Mr. Ralston is a pllarmAcist and will 'worl,r. in the t,ospital there. The couple present- ed an interesting" skit. Mrs. Evaline Farrell played a selection on her accordion NAVY MOTIIERS TO MEET The Navy Mothers' Club w:lI meet at 8 p.m.. Thursday, Au:z'. 1 at the Memorial I-tall. All mem- bers are urged to attend. TV SETS FOR REHT Don't Miss the Fun and Entertainment of Television TAYLOR RADIO ELECTRIC 4th &Cota 426-6602 Polaroid Close-Out All Brand New 1963 Models Polaroid Cameras In Stock Now WHOLESALE PLUS I0% 4 models available  Easy Terms Ziegler's Studio & Camera Shop 124 No. Second 426-6163 I Prices Effective Washington Grown - Fresh or Fresh Frozen PAN READY FRYERS ........... LB. |9  WHOLE BODIED FRYERS LB IS Haley's VEAL STEAK oz ,,oze. ........... 6/69 JULY 25-26-27 ,,ghtL,m,tTo[ 8 rSLIOED BAGON Ve..,ne ........................... LB. 67 Sliced and tied lb. 43 PICNICS Hygrade Fu,,y ooked .................. B. 35 . SPARERIBS Fresh- Lean- 57  Small size .............. LB. PICNICS! L B PORK AHD BEANS MAYONNAISE Van Camp's 29-oz. Tins Best Foods 32-oz Jar 49 c EVAP. MILK Pet's (New Label, 14-oz. Tins S/'l OWDRIFT 3 lb. Tin ,5 49' Produce Persians, Casabas or Honey Dews MIXED MELON F,rst Me,on Sa,e O of the Season ........................ LB. 1 LETTUCE Large Local Heads ............................ Each 2/19 CABBAGE Pirm c.sp Heads ............................ Each 2/25* CAULIFLOWER Laro sno 19 White Heads .................... Each We still have a fine selection of Washington Moo(park Apricots for you. The finest quality available, OPEN SUNDAYS R A L Shut-fresh, 11-oz. Beef, Turk, Chix, Ch. Beef 39 FROZEN DINNERS, , , , , , , , , Local ranch ex. Ige. 49 GRADE AA EGGS......... Libby's 12-oz, Tins CORNED BEEF .49' g l l l l l l l 59 9FFEE ,b. Tins Tb:s