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School Slated For VFW Post And Auxiliary "Schaum Torte" Is Traditional In Mrs. Grunert's Household CAROL GRUNERT makes music on an ebony heirloom piano more than 100 years old. A woman with many interests is Carol Grunert. For more than 12 years she and her husband, Clarence. have been members of Shelton's Salty Sashayers Square Dance Club, and they are charter members of the Christmas Town Rounders Round Dance Club. Mrs. Grunert was, in 1952 and 1953, Matron of Order of Eastern Star Welcome Chapter and in Torte", always made for her husband's birthday by his mother. "1 have continued the custom," says Mrs. Grunert, "But ! have sirnplified the procedure." " My husband's mother was aghast," she laughed, "when she learned that I used an electric mixer. When she made Schaum Torte, she beat it by hand, always in the same direction, for a full hour.'" All members of the Mason County VFW post and its auxiliary are eligible to attend a school of instruction in Elma on Sunday beginning with a noon luncheon at the VFW American Legion Hall. For further information please contact Wayne Robinson, commander of the Post, 426-4167. The next regular business meeting of the Post and its auxiliary will be held August 6 at 8 p.m. in the Memorial Building. The annual VFW picnic for all members of the post and auxiliary and their families will be held at Mason Lake on August 8. Each family should bring a potluck dish and their own eating utensils; coffee and pop will be furnished. Many activities are planned. Mrs. William Gephart attended the Dept. of Wash. school of instruction in Bremerton on Saturday. A report will be given at the meeting to be held on August 6. New members campaign will start Sunday and 1972 dues can now be accepted. At the last meeting held by the auxiliary on July 16, Senior Vice President Lucille Chapman presided over the draping of the charter in memory of past president Betty Godwin and member Billie Thorneau. Mrs. Morton Is Honored On Birthday Mrs. Mae Morton, 92, was honored at a surprise birthday party in Fir Lane Terrace Convalescent Center at 2 p.m. last Thursday. In addition to the staff and friends, guests included a son, a daughter, a grand-daughter, two great-grandsons and two great-grand-daughters. Musical entertainment was provided by women of the church of Latter Day Saints. Mrs. Morton, born in New York, has been a resident of Shelton for approximately eight years. She has five grandchildren and ten great-grandchildren. ~954 she sez'~d ~ D~puty .... ~uetor of the "l~ra~/t~ Ch~la'f~*.~e- OES. She is a member of lhe U'nited Methodist ('hurch. the Nydia ('lub, the Daughters of lhc Nile, Shelton Rock and Mineral society, and a bridge club. "The Daughters of the Nile", she explains, "are relatives of Shriners, and we assist the crippled children after their release from Shrine ttospitals. We purchase for them crutches, special shoes, and other needed items." Mr. and Mrs. Grunert became enthusiastic rock-hounds last fall. They and friends, the Ronald Gassers, make frequent trips to Lebanon, Ore. to dig agates. The colorful stones are cut and polished by her husband, after which Mrs, Grunert fashions from them all sorts of attractive jewelry. Sehaum Torte 6 egg whites 2 C. sugar tsp. cream of tartar or 1 tsp. baking powder tsp. salt 2 tsp. vinegar 2 tsp. vanilla Beat egg whites, and all ingredients except sugar, until stiff; then add sugar very slowly, beating at high speed. Bake in a ten-inch pan, 4 or 5 inches deep, that has been lightly buttered and dusted with flour. Bake in a 275 degree oven for 1 hours, or until lightly browned. To serve fill the center (lightly crushed down) with strawberries, or other fruit as desired. Top with whipped cream. Club Meet Carol Grunert, who studied at the Cornish School of Arts and Music in Seattle, plays an ornate solid ebony piano more than 1 00 years old. The instrument once belonged to her grandmother. Born in Alabama, Mrs. Grunert grew up irt Seattle and was there married. She came to Shelton when in 1934 her husband was made manager of Concrete Products, now Graystone. Twenty years ago they moved to their present home on Hammersley Inlet. Clamming is a favorite recreation. Mrs. Grunert has two children, six grandchildren, and a step-grand-daughter. Frequent visitors, they appreciate Grandma's cooking, and Grandma enjoys the preparation of their favorite foods. She truly likes to cook. She experiments with new recipes, and treasures many old ones that have long been in the family. Such a one is "Schaum rd Players Meet Monday Winning for North-South at the Monday meeting of the Shelton Duplicate Bridge Club were Vic King and Norm Hulbert, and Pearl Archibald and Edna Burkhart. East-West winners were Kay Jackson and ilene Taylor, and Bruce Kreager and Lillian Updyke. The Navy Mothers Club No. 247 will meet at 7:30 p.m. next Thursday in the home of Mrs. Ellen Evans at 535 Fairmont. Members are reminded to bring a "white elephant". Sale Scheduled A rummage sale will be sponsored by Amaranth Laurel Court from 9 a.m. until 4:30 p.m. on August 5 and 6 in the PUD auditorium. nn versary The Rev. Dr. and Mrs. E. B. Cooney celebrated their 60th Wedding anniversary on July 3. More than 70 friends and relatives attended the reception held in the community building of tlidden ttaven court, Shelton where the couple resides. The party was given by the couple's four children and their families, Mr. and Mrs. Frank O'Connell of Renton, Wash., Mr. and Mrs. Delmer Cooney of Minneapolis, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Cooney of Shelton and the Rev. and Mrs. Verne Cooney The Rev. Dr. and Mrs. E. B. Cooney Flea Market Set Belfair Chapter OES and Masons will hold their annual flea market on August 7 and 8 in the Masonic Temple in Belfair. Saturday hours will be from 9 a.m. until dark, and Sunday hours will be from noon until 6 p.m. Both old and new items will be available, and everyone is Welcome. FAT Odrinex can help you become the trim slim person you want to be. Odrinex is a tiny tablet and easily swallowed. Contains no dangerous drugs. NO starving. NO special exercise. Get rid of excess fat and live longer. Odrinex has been used successfully by thousands all over the country for over 12 years. Odrinex costs $3.25 and the large economy size $5.25. You must lose ugly fat or your money will be refunded by your druggist. NO questions asked, Accept no substitutes. Sold with this ~]~arantee by: EVERGREEN UG CENTER --30e Railroad Ave. -- Mail Orders Filled. Page 6 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Thursday, July 29, 1971 ni In the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Flint, Christine I. Flint on June 16 became the bride of John A. Larson, sonof Mr. and Mrs. Austin Larson. The double ring ceremony was performed by Justice of the Peace Glenn Correa in the presence of relatives and close friends. Attendants were Miss Sarah Kreger and Bruce Larson. The bride's full-length, long-sleeved white embossed satin gown was styled with a sweetheart neckline, and her Mr. and Mrs. John A. Larson oupl shoulder-length illusion veil was held by a cluster of net leaves and satin roses. She carried a cascade of white rosebuds and baby's breath, with silver leaves and blue ribbon streamers. The maid of honor wore a street-length teal-blue crepe dress trimmed in silver braid. Her nosegay of white carnations and pink rosebuds was tied with blue ribbon. Approximately 100 guests attended the reception held in the Flint home following the wedding. Aunt of the bride Mrs. Myrtle Orr, Olympia, cut the three-tiered- cake which was ornamented with blue roses and silver leaves, and topped with satin bells. Dave Larson, brother of the groom, poured punch, and the bride's small sister, Adele, passed scrolls. Also serving were Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Allen, with Doris ttillman presiding at the guest book. The couple honeymooned in Canada and will reside in Olympia. The groom, who was on leave from the Army, is now serving in Thailand with the Military Police. The bride is employed by the State in Olympia. TODAY'S Jan Danford, Society Editor II eac On July 9 Mr. and Mrs. Robert Berg of Bainbri~tge Island left for Ethiopia where they will serve as members-of the National Education Association Overseas Teach Corps in a summer educational assistance program. Selected by the Committee on International Relations of the NEA, the Bergs will work with a team of 28 American educators who have volunteered their services to conduct special training programs for elementary school BUT DIDN'T! Recently discovered in an old cookbook compiled by the ladies' group in a Baptist Church of Wolcott, Ind. was the following item on the cooking of husbands. "A great many husbands are entirely spoiled by mismanagement in cooking, and so are not tender and good. Some women keep them too,constantly of Murro Bay, Calif. Aqua and white comprised the decor carried out in the cake, flowers and decorations. Dr. and Mrs. Cooney were pastor and wife in Methodist churches, serving 20 years in South Dakota, and in Brooklyn Center, Minnehaha, and Park Avenue churches in Minneapolis, Minn. He retired in 1958. Dr. Cooney was twice a member of the Bishop's cabinet as a District Superintendent in the Minnesota conference of the Methodist church. Other mer0bers of the family in attendance for the occasion were Mr. and Mrs. Norval Bruce, Eric and Erin, granddaughter and her husband and two children of Los Angeles, Calif; Gary Cooney, grandson of San Francisco, Calif.; Mr. and Mrs. Gary Ronden and Bill, granddaughter, her husband and son of Medford, Ore.; Dudley and Charles Cooney, grandsons of Shelton; and Sharon and Ned Cooney, granddaughter and grandson, of Morro Bay, Calif. The couple has four children, ten grandchildren and nine great grandchildren. in hot water, others freeze them; others put them in a stew, others roast them, others keep them constantly in a pickle. It cannot be supposed any husband will be good and tender managed this way. But they are delicious when properly treated. Don't keep him in the kettle by force, as he will stay there himself if proper care is taken. If he should sputter or fizz don't be anxious, some husbands do this. Add a little sug~ir in the form of what confectioners call 'kisses', but no vinegar or pepper on any account. A little spice improves ~him but it must be used with judgement. Do not try him with something sharp to see if he is becoming tender. Stir him gently the while lest he be too long in the kettle and become fat and tasteless. If you follow these directions you will find him very digestible, agreeing nicely with you and he will as long as you want." We're not sure how well this old recipe will work today in the age of power-drive can openers, outdoor electric grills and kitchen cooking implements with master panels of such complexity as to tax the ability of a master engineer (which most housewives have to be these days). But we ~eem to detect some elements in the "cooking" methods which "suggest that the modern wife of today isn't too far removed from her maxi-skirted grandmother of yesterday. WRINKLES REMOVED IN 3 MINUTES Now, available to you, REVEAL, a new scientific cosmetic which will remove your wrinkles temporarily in just 3 minutes and lasts up to 8 hours. Apply REVEAL as directed to your forehead, around your eyes, and neck and watch the years disappear as the lines, crows feet and puffiness disappear In just 3 minutes. REVEAL costs $3.50 and Is sold with a strict money back guarantee. If not satisfied for any reason, just return the package to your druggist an~ get your full money back. GET REVEAL TODAY AND LOOK YOUNGER TONIGHT. Sold only by: EVERGREEN DRUG CENTER 306 Railroad Ave. -- Mail Orders Filled. 5th & Franklin * 426-3283 directors and secondary teachers. Robert Berg, the son of the late Gust E. Berg and Laurel L. Berg of Shelton, received his early education in Shelton schools and his undergraduate and his graduate degree from the University of Washington. He now teaches industrial arts in North" Kitsap High School. Mrs. Berg earned her undergraduate degree from the U of W, where she is now working toward a graduate degree. She is a teacher of florae eConomicS in the ' North Kitsap Junior High School. Prior to leavinR_ the United States, the Bergs spent three days in orientation at the NEA center in Washington D.C. Upon arrival in Ethiopia, they will remain in the capital city of Addis Ababa for a brief orientation period after which they will conduct in the outlying town of Adwa an "education-in-action" program for secondary teachers in industrial arts and home economics. They plan to return by way of the orient. Potluck Planned The noon potluck luncheon of Madrona Barracks of the Veterans of World War I and auxiliary will be held next Thursday in the Memorial Hall. Cosmetics for YOU WHAT IS NIGHT CREAM? Q. What is a "night cream"? A. A night cream is also referred to as a lubricating, emollient, or conditioning cream. Applied to skin that has been cleansed and freshened -- and allowed to remain on overnight -- this type of cream will help to soften and smooth the skin and to counteract dryness. NIGHT CREAM Q. What properties should I look for in a night cream? A. Actually, a good lubricating preparation performs its function in 30 minutes. It is not necessary to leave it on overnight, unless it is more convenient to do so. Whether it is used at night, or during the day, a lubricating preparation should have these qualities: * It should be rich in natural oils. * It should be*of a kind that will penetrate deeply into the skin. Young women should select the type of lubricating cream that is soothing. Older women need a formula with activating qualities. Neil's Pharmacy Emergency Ph. 426-2165 Fifth & Franklin St.--426-3327 Open Daily 9:30 to 7:30 Saturdays -- 9:30 to 6:00 Mr. and Mrs. Charles Henry Hillman Jr' ;herri Lou Smith M iharles Henry Hill Sherri Lou Smith, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack E. Stuart, and Charles Henry Hillman Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Henry Hilhnan Sr. of Olympia were united in matrimony in the Mt. Olive Lutheran Church on July 10. The double ring ceremony was performed at 8 p.m. by Pastor Huver with her step-father, Jack Stuart, giving the bride in marriage. Two baskets of yellow and white daisies with greenery decorated the church. Venice lace overlayed the bodice of the bride's fullqength gown of organza over taffeta. Lace motifs adorned the skirt and chapel-length veil. The bride wore a large lace bow-cap and carried a cascade of ribbon-tied daisies and fern. Matron of honor Mrs. Jay A. Cook, sister of the bride, was attired in a long, pale yellow dress of organza over taffeta. Daisies trimmed the gathered waist and the sleeves, and her small nosegay was fashioned of daisies and fern and ribbon. Michael W. Smith, brother of the bride, was best man. Candles were lighted by Danny Hillman, cousin of the groom, who also seated the 50 guests. Organist was Mrs. Putvin. For the reception following the ceremony, the Memorial Hall was decorated with baskets of yellow and white daisies with streamers of the same colors. Yellow daisies trimmed the three-tiered white cake served by Mrs. Elizabeth Baker. Also serving were Mrs. Alice Rickards and Mrs. Conrad Saupe, cousin of the bride. Presiding at the gift table was Mrs. Michael Smith, sister-in-law of the bride, and Miss Conni Jay Lord was in charge of the The bride, a School graduate the J. C. PenneY., tter husband Olympia High Martin's College, at Sea Mart. After a Oregon Coast, are making Olympia. Dozy In Haines After a Cheri Moore the July 21 Mays 4-H by Cheri the home of Karen pledge, zodia~ cabin were a n d the dre discussed. Theresa Morkert will picnic lunch to be held on Haines home. By Kapers Kamilche held a Decorations cabin at the Monday Each zodiac BY Do you your shopS, and ge Then where ill Air Conditioned C while getting your hair by any one of our expert REVLON PRODUCTS are forget our Specials on "Perms", are good for the month. Vacationers and newcomers wt 6 fine operators to 1428 OLYMPIC HWY-~0. Phone 426-6659 ii Open Mon. thru Saturday