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15, 1963 ,cial Eve n ts • Molly Murdey • Phone 426-4412 . IS WEDDING SCENE daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Jansson of Harris August 2. The couple will make :lanta, Georgia. AT PARK of the Arca- +&apos;nic this Sun- rk. The pot- }d to begin By FOUR Karla Jansson, daughter of Mr. :rod Mrs. John Jansson of Shel- ton, and J. Gordon Harris, son ot Gordon G. Harris of Jessup, Georgia, were married August 2 m the First Methodist Church in tlanta, Georgia. The bride wore a dress of beige illc shantung with a corsage of bi.onze orchids. After the wedding ceremony, the couple flew to the Northwest, where they visited the bride's par- ents and friends and stayed in Vancouver, B.C. \\; The bride attended Irene S. Reed High School and is presently mlployed by the Internal Revenue Service. The couple will make t.heir home m Atlanta, Georgia, where the groom is working for the State Game and Fishing De- partment. [SS DIRECTORY SERVICE Ph. 426-3172 Floor Coverings • Linoleum • Tile • Carpeting Formica REX FLOOR COVERING Mt. View Ph. 426-2292 STOREs Ph. 426-4832 Pumps Appliances "ECTRIc CO. Ph: 426-6283 el) cos- cOSmetics kRMAcy_ Ph. 426-3327 trees leveling ING 426-4718 to " HAVEN "), iox 100 ' ' t6-8556 lifts :e Service e ,26.8 254 r repairs £/T:NG Pv 426-4673 Radiator Repair • Boiling out , Soldering . New cores BOON'S PLUMBING HEATING, SHEET METAL 623 S. 1St. Ph. 426-3483 Florist ,, • Plants I for all occasions • Flowers EVERGREEN FLORISTS 4th & Birch 8 to 8 426-8479 Auto Glass .Expert 1 Installation /I JIM PAULEY, INC. II 5th &:Railroad Ph. 426-82311] Draperies I . custom made • free etimates work guaranteed J. C, PENNEY CO, 305 RR Ave. Ph. 426-8283 i Electrical ,, • House wiring & rewirhg • Electric Heating • Trouble Shooting • Licensed & Bonded Contractor JIM EINARSSON ELEC. Star Rte. 2; Box 37, 426-6520 Ambulance • Radio Dispatched • Oxygen Equipped • 24 hr. service Torsak Ambulance 2119 Adams St. 426-8254 Sewing Machine • Sales and Service , New and Used • All Makes & Models Singer Sewing Center 117 5th Ave. East - Olympia Open 'til 9 p.m. Fri. Ph. 357-7586 ............................. I ................ Shelton, Wahingon u PACE 13 Hillerest Homemakers Elect New Officers New officers were elected at I:he last meeling of the Hiltcrest Homemakers Club. Elected were M)'s. Louis Thomm'e. president: Mrs. Joe Grasse. vice-president; Mrs. V. M..}aekson. secretary sod Mrs. Ray Hamilton. 1;rea;llFer. The club will meet al the Ma- on County fair p.roun(ls next Wednesday to prepare their booth f, or the fair. All members arc ask- ed to be presem. The next regu]ar meeting will be held at 11 a.m. September 18 tt the home of Mrs. Louis Tham- ure. 619 Dearl;orn Street. Showers Honor Brides-To-Be At Belfair Homes By Carolyn Freelin BELFAIR The stream of summer activities in Belfair seems to center about weddings as Aug- ust prepares to take the title (if "Month of Brides" away from June. Miss Gae Palmerton of Moses Lake was feted last Thursday at a bridal shower. Tile afternoon party was given by Mrs. Cora KeN ly and Mrs. Wallace Ganty al Mrs. Kelly's South Shore home in advance of Miss Palmerton's mar- riage to Ted 'Ving of the South Shore. The wedding will take place in Moses Lake. Among the guests were Mesda- mes William Wing, James E. \\;Vii- son, Erma Roessel. Rudolf Sund- strom, Stan I,'reelin. Jack P. Ha.r- ris Tex Sterling, James Sargent, Edward Fisehler. \\;V. H. Travis. James Huffman, Rex Crossen. G. G. Shaekleford .Calvin H. Mann. and Neal Mitchell, and Misses Su- zy Wing, Connie Harris, Carolyn Freelin. Mary Dragovieh, and Su- san Wilson. Guests of honor at an evening shower Aug. 8 was Miss Diana Allen, whose marriage to Jim Cady is set for Aug. 24. Mrs. C. \\;₯. Hen- r.ingsen and lVh's. Robert Henning- sen were hostesses for the pre- nuptial event Decorations of pink flowers and candles carried out the color theme chosen by Miss Allen for her wedding. Others attending the shower were Mesdames Gerald Allen. El- mer Slagle, C. C. Eddy, Walter Baselt. Richard Harlan, Lloyd Suhr, Fred Bennett Gary Powers, I w,,rs +00rag ,. w.0sE x,Tc,E,? Reeip, e Favorites Of Count; Resident_ _ s LAURA MURPHY, seated above in her home on Northcliff, held the position of School Board clerk for many years. Her recipe for Date Nut Drop Cookie will most likely become a favorite of those of you who try it. \\;Vhen Laura Murphy was asked te be Cook of the Week, she had a difficult Lime deciding which one of her many delicious recipes to contribute. She finally chose her formula for DaLe Nut Drop Cookies. a recipe she has practi- cally memorized as she has been making it for many years. Mrs. Murphy belongs to P.E.O., a bridge club. a local orthopedic Kroup and the Episcopal Church Guild. She is familar to many as the former clerk of the School Board She likes to knit, is an accom- plished seam.trcss and has recent- ly taken up gardening. "I'm not very good at it yet." comlncnted Laura in regard to her horticultu- :'al skills. She enjoys reading in general and is especially interested n news magazines. Her husband, Phil, is secretary .of the Shclton Chamber of Com- merce. He was formerly employed by the Post Office. Laura elahns the following re- ripe is very simple. This spicy type of the ever popular drop cookie will not remain uneaten in the cokie jar for long. Date Nut Drop Cookies .3/4 cup brown sugar !,/, cup fat cbutter or shortening) 2 eggs l .,'_, cup flour , teaspoon soda 1 teaspoon cinnamon [ teaspoon cloves j teaspoon allspice I/8 teaspoon salt .i cup water [ teaspoon vanilla 1 cup broken walnuts 1 cup chopped dates Blend sugar and fat until mix- ture is light and creamy. Beat in eggs, one at a time. Sift all the dry ingredients together and add in three parts to the mixture alter- nately with water. Beat l?atter un- til sm0oth after each addition. Then add nut meats and dates. Drop baler from a teaspoon on- to a greased cookie sheet. Bake in a mderate oven (350 degrees) for about 12 mhmtes. The American Legion Dept. of Wash. FRED B. WIVELL POST 31 Jay Umphenour, Commander J. Mel Dobson, Adjutant Next Meeting Tuesday, Aug. 20 -- At The -- Memorial Hall---8 p.m. Mrs. Rempel Returns Mrs. W. S. Rempel of Shelton recently returned home after six weeks of travel in the East ana Souhl. She went East as a delegate to the Gold Star Mothers Nation- al Convention which was held in the Mayflower ttotel in Washing- ton D.C. with Mrs. M'ary Kelly presiding. Sixteen mothers attcna- ed from this state. Following the convention. Mrs. Rempel visited friends in Wash- ington D.C. and then spent five .days in New York City. In New- port News. Virginia, she was the guest of Lt. and Mrs. Thomas M. Hopper. Mrs. Hopper will be re- membered as the former Maribeth Perdue. granddaughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Joe Graham. While in Virginia she visited historically famous Williamsburg and James- to,vn. Mrs. Rempel visited friends in Elkias, West Virginia. mid then traveled to Los Vegas, New Mex- ico. where she was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. Worth Gurley. Mrs. Gurley is a former resident of Mason County. A trip to Santa Fe was enjoyed as it is an im- portrait art center for Indian cul- ture. After visiting friends and rela- tives in several California cities lrs. 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HORGAH, EACRETT LUHBER -_ I I John Johnson Janet Anderson, George Pope, John Pope, Thomas 'robin, Larry Ramsey, Willianl Hunt, Rudolf Sundstrom, Rex Crossen, Glen Miller, and Miss Cin- dy Trammell. A II01tlE "WEDDING united Mrs, Tracy Farmer Ward and A. J. Harrison in nlarriage the evening of Aug. 3. Rev. Milton L. Gii:e performed the ceremony aL the Belfair home of Mrs. Albert E. Farmer. mother of the bride. At- tending tile couple were Mr. and Mrs. Clint Dawson. Tile new Mrs. Harrison chose a gold metallic suit for her wedding, wiLh a cor- sage of white orchids. Members of Chuck Wagon Rai- ders, local 4-It group, are looking forward Lo tile Kitsap County Fair Aug. 22-25. Several of the youngs- ters plan to enter their horses in halter, equitation, and trail horse competition. Among the Raiders' recent ac- tivities has been an overnight trail ride to Green Mountain. The 4- Hers left Bear Creak early Aug. 2 and circled Lucian Lake, ate hmeh at Gold Creek, and climbed the 1,689-foot Green Mountain. At the lokout station atop the moun- tain they admired the view and learned about the various instru- ments used by lookout Mrs. Mile Shelby. They descended the south- east side of the mountain, re- tm'ning to Gold Creek, where they were met by David Raines and Mrs. Ed Riedle with thinks and can]ping gear, for their cookout dinner and overnight camp, A number of the members re- turned recently from the 4-H camp al Twin Lakes. The Neptune Day swimming contests there sent se- veral of the Raiders home with honors; Linda Greaterex won first place m the floating contest, and Patty Raines placed second. Con- nie Sidwaski came in third in the dog paddling race. and Sandy Johnson placed third in form div- ing competition. Dou Raines won first place in the riud crawling race. Crowned as winners of the "girls best tent" award were Sha- ron Davis, Sandy Johnson, and Patty Raines. Others attending the camp were Darrell Raines. Linda Griffith, and Mrs. David Raines. who was firearms safety instruc- tor. MORE LOCAL CAMPERS were Rev. and Mrs. Milton L. Gire, Mrs. R. W. Cady, and Alan Cady Har- ry McKay, Carol Barber, Sandy Fleury and David Gire and cou- sins Grey and Kent Kitchel of Fremont, Calif. They were coun- selors and campers at the junior high camp at Cmnp Burton, Bap- tist Assembly Grounds, on Vashon Island. Especially honored at the Friday evening banquet which cli- maxed the week's activities was Alan Cady. who was runner-up for the award of "'boy camper of the week." And speaking of honors, Miss Leslie McDonald can claim her share. Leslie was named again on the University of Washington Ho- p.or Roll for Spring Quarter, a dis- tinetion for students who have achieved a 3.5 or better grade point for that quarter. Miss Nancy Marius returned last Thursday from a month's visit in Lancaster. Calif.. where she had been staying with the Lou Orme- rod family. Nancy and her cousin, Dennis. drove up from Lancaster cn,?ih,: go.,: sp+.:ing a a. al with the Mat- tus family. GUESTS AT TIIE Jack P. Ilar- ris home are Jack Rasor of Spring- field, Ore., and Miss Phyliss Rasor from San Diego, Calif. At tile end of their week-long slay Mrs. Har- ris and Miss Rasor plan a trip to Seattle, Vancouver. British Colum- bia, and Victoria, B. C. GROUND CHUCK ROUND BONE ROAST SKINLESS WIENERS SLICED BACON lean and fresh Lb, 69' ,om,..ooo,o.s 69, o..,,o, v=,,,oo 39' Verifine, Lean, Medium SlicedLb. 65 € BEEF ROAST POTAT,OES CARROTS - Crisp Verifine Brand l-lb. 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