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August 19, 1971     Shelton Mason County Journal
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comes Bride Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Van Blaricom OO in Karen Yon 0sten (center) explains how she makes shirred eggs to her younger sisters, Shaft, left and Julie, right. "Do you grow anything at home?" was the question asked of the three young Von Osten girls of Allyn. "No, lust animals" was the reply. To be sure, the James Von Osten homestead has a lot of animals. The family loves its tropical fish, billy goat, dogs and cat. All three girls were born in Bremerton. Karen, the oldest at ten, has spent this summer away from home. She has been as far away as Los Angeles and has stayed with relatives in San Francisco andOlympia. Karen learned aboutantiques at the shop of O. W. Murray in San Francisco. ~,~ i~akl ~,at-r~how to ~ake shirred ~ ', ~/~fe~%(~re2ipes the girls shared. Tippymi~ the part fox terrier, part ('hihuahua dog [ h a I K a ten owlls. K arch has belonged to lhe Cornucopia 4-tt (~ub in Allyn for two years. The three youngsters take turns helping their mother in the Girls nl kitchen. Shari, eight years old, is the middle daughter of the Von Ostens. She bakes cakes and cookies for the family and is a member of the Bluebirds. Her pride and joy is a Siamese cat named Py. Smallest of the Von Ostens is Julie. who is six. She owns Billy, a pet goat. Described by the girls as "lovely and cute," the goat is black with white markings and is just starting to grow horns. "tte likes you to push him so he can push you back," stated Karen. Julie also has a dog, Buttons. The gigling Julie, her mother contends, "just goes around breaking everybody up." Rounding out the animals are Sam, the famit~"s d.og, and. a tankful of tropical fish. The Von Ostens live on a small acreage in Allyn. Karen. Shari and Julie have chosen lwo simple but delicious breakfast dishes which they fixed for their mother's birthday last Monday. Shirred eggs, Karen's specialty, are something like poached eggs but they are baked in an oven. Shirred Eggs To make them, Karen butters the shirring dish and then puts a bit of milk on the butter. She then cracks two eggs into the dish, being careful not to break the yolks The next step is to put more butter on the eggs and more milk. Salt and pepper the eggs, before baking them in a 375 degree oven until the yolk is to your preference. Coffee Cake 2 cups Bisquick 4 tbsp. sugar 1 egg 2/3 cup mi!k or water 2 tbsp. salad oil ~::"~.~!.,~)~ ~" .... ":" ~~ Mix all ingredients vigorously:~ for one minute. Spread in 9" x 1" layer pan. Sprinkle this topping over batter: Mix 1/3 cup Bisquick, 1/3 cup packed brown sugar, % cup firm butter and tsp. cinnamon until crumbly. Elizabeth Quimb' bride, was the acolyte and Mr. ttarold Hansin was the organist. A garden reception followed at the home of the bride's parents on lfammersley Inlet. Pink gladioli and greenery decorated the house for the occasion. Assisting were Mrs. John Longmate, Mrs. John Sell, Mrs. Beverly Baldwin, all aunts of tile bride, and Mrs. Sal Quam, aunt of the groom. Serving punch were the Misses Linda Barrom, Linda Creasey, Judith Walz and Shannon l ohnson. Attending the guest book was Mrs. Michael Morton and passing flowers were Miss Cindy Wilden and Miss Jill Allen. Attending the gifts were the Misses Patricia Craswelt,. Jill Craswell, l)ebra }towe, and Carol Longmate, all cousins of the bride. Also assisting were the Misses Genell Stockwell, Laura Johnston and Kathy Wittenberg. Leaving the reception by seaplane piloted by a family friend, Mr. Ronald Wilder of Olympia, the couple headed for a honeymoon cruise through the San Juan Islands. Following their honeymoon, the couple will be at home in Seattle where both are students at In an evening ceremony August 7 at Saint David's Episcopal Church, Miss Elizabeth Ann Quimby became the bride of Mr. Glenn Richard Van Blaricom. The Reverend Donald Maddux officiated. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Robert Quimby and the groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd E. Van Blaricom. All are of Shelton. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore the family wedding dress, a floor-length gown of reembroidered lace over satin with a full hoop skirt and chapel train. Her floor-length illusion veil was held by a cluster of stephanotis. The bridal bouquet was of gardenias, baby pink rose buds and stephanotis. Matron of honor was Mrs. Gregory Branch and Miss Ann Quimby was maid of honor. Both are sisters of the bride. Bridesmaids were Mrs. Bruce Wilson and Miss Patricia McNeil of Shelton and Miss Jane Morris of Sacramento, California. Their dresses were emerald green floor-length, empire-styled gowns with white lace accent. Each wore a gardenia in her hair and carried a single large white chrysanthemum. Master Herbert Allen was ringbearer and his sister, Jill Arlene, was the flower girl. Mr. Donald Van Blaricom, brother of the groom, was gest man, with Douglas Halvorson, Bruce Wilson, James Nimnicht, and Robert Quimby, brother of the bride, as attendants. Miss Mary Chesterman sang "A Gift of Song" accompanied by Miss Betsy Rupp on her 12-string guitar. Brian Howe, cousin of the TODAY'S Earn UW the University of Washingt,ori bade is teaching m the Renton .a~ < School District and the ~)Qm is completing his final year of study "B". This is with a minimum of 12 graded credits. The 12 Shelton students are: Marilea Barber, Richard Brewer, Patricia Connolly, John Gray, Sherry Jeffery, Dale Leman, Gary Miltenberger, Peggy Nelson, Antoinett Slavich, Glenn VanBlaricom, Bruce Wilson and Gall Ziegler. .,~ Twelve students from Shelton qualified for the University of Washington's Spring Quarter High Scholarship List. They were among 3000 undergraduates who earned the honor. To be eligible for the list, a student must have at least a 3.5 grade point average, which is midway between an "A" and a Today, Thursday, August 19 Rotary Club luncheon, noon, Ming Tree Cafe. Toastmasters Club, 6":45 a.m., Timbers Restaurant. Slimette Tops, 7:00 p.m., court house annex. Port Commission meeting, 8:00 p.m., court house. Shelton Nimrod Club, 8:00 p.m., at the clubhouse. Mason County Democrat Club, 8:00 p.m., PUD auditorium. Multi-service center board meeting, 7:30 p.m., at the center. Friday, August 20 VFW Auxiliary, 8:00 p.m., Memorial Hall. Mason County Fair starts. Saturday, August 21 Mason County Fair continues. Sunday, August 22 Shelton churches invite you to attend the church of your choice. Last day of Mason County Fair. Memorial Hall. Eagles, 8:00 p.m., airport hall. Mason County Credit Women, 7:30 a.m., Timbers Restaurant. Shelton Music Club, 8:00 p.m. Eagles Auxiliary, 7:30 p.m., airport hall. Wednesday, August 25 Christmas Town Tops, 7:00 p.m., multi-service center. Chamber of Commerce board meeting, 7:30 a.m., Timbers Restaurant. Mason County Hospital District Commission, 10:00 a.m., court house. Thursday, August 26 Rotary Club luncheon, noon, Ming Tree Cafe. Toastmasters Club, 6:45 a.m., Timbers Restaurant. Slimette Tops, 7:00 p.m., court house annex. Hood Canal Women's Club garden harvest and bake sale, 10:00 a.m., Potlatch clubhouse. Monday, August 23 Pet illas PUD No. 3 commission r meeting, 1:00 p.m., PUD TO Celebrote conference room. County Commission meeting, 25 Yeors 10:00 a.m.; court house. Shi~ltoial Bridge Club, 7:15 Mr. and Mrs. John Petrilla of p.m., PUD:a~ditorium Mason Lake will celebrate their GoodlwffI',l truck in town.25th wedding anniversary this Phone 426~47 for pickups Sunday, August 22, from 2:00 It's Ab~q~,t~ Ti'me Tops, 7:00 until 6:00 p.m. at 960 Mason p.m., County Health Office. Lake Drive in Grapeview. Tuesday, Augul~t 24 Christie Petrilla, the couple's Kiwan'is Clubt!uncheon, noon, daughter, is giving the party. She Timbers Restaurant. is from Maryland and will be .... visiting her parents at the time of City Cor~mission meeting, the celebration. 2:00 p.m., City's, Hall. Mason County's 4-H Court that will be seen at the Mason County Fair this Moose Lodge, 8:00 p.m., weekend is composed of left to right: Tina Nelson, Chris Rickard, Patsy airport hall. Sharer and Suzanne Lick. The group has been in Lakefair, the Forest Festival Degree of Honor, 8:00 p.m., and Bear Festival parades. Wednesday they visited Brakeman BilITs television show. They will be presented at the style show at the fair this week. ,,. ! O! re~] I II TC ,J Canal Women Hold Sale | trim slim person you want to be | , ~ Odrinex is a tiny tablet and easily Hood Canal s Women s Club busy Canal hostess to replenishJ swallowed. Contains no dangerous I plans a garden harvest and bakesupplies fr the last f the | :xr:r~se ~t ~:r=~x~a &~/~ | ] ~! I sale for August 26 in the Hood summer guests. And it will appeal ] live Io~ger. Oartne has been used ] ........ ' .... to the c m _ . | successfully gy thousands all over l Canal t, eaera[ea women S (AUD a per crowd wnose name l the country for over 12 years. | UUIICIIn g ....... m rotlatch, baked.., . ~,~oodies. .have _"'~"v v~atua; ........ .= - II econoOdrineXmy costSsize $5.25.$3"25 Youand mustthe largelose I f Dluenerrles anu gamen produce I ugly fat or your money will be | Mrs. Carl aleason, club will be for sale. Proceeds will go I qeru;~ieodnsbYasY~lr ~Ucggei~i No I substitutes Sold with this i, member, said the sale is expected to purchase a new range for the | guarantee i~y ver rein Or-, | ", to draw eager buyers "This isclub's kitchen. The sale starts at | ~*r -- ao~:R=,,rg=a ~v, ~ / because it is just in time for the 10:00 a.m. said Mrs. GleasonI L ORDERS FILLED. " I in oceanography. Bridge Club Announces Winners Duplicate Bridge winners for August 9 were Evelyn Wills and Lenore Dudley first; Vic King and Itelen Rud: -~, second; and tied for third: Louise and Rex Umphenour and Kay Jackson and Elsie Schlosser. Duplicate Bridge winners for August 16 were: first, North-South, Bruce Kreger and Lillian Updike; second, North-South, Lenore and Ed Dudley; first, West-East, Vic King and Norm ttulbert; second East-West, Shirley Byrnes and Louise Umphenour. Cosmetics for YOU TO REDUCE FACIAL PORES ! Q. How can I reduce the size of my facial pores? A. You can reduce the size of your facial pores by stimulating your skin, thus promoting normal pore action. Medicated cleansers stimulate as they cleanse the skin. A mask treatment two or three times a week will also stimulate surface circulation, thus helping to reduce pore openings. TREATING SKIN BLEMISHES Q. How should I treat my skin blemishes, and how can prevent them from recurring? A. Cleansing and stimulating are the best treatments for skin blemishes. You can use a medicated skir cteanser which also stimulates.., or you can follow up your regular skin cleanser with a medicated mask treatment. To prevent blemishes from recurring, keep your skin immaculately clean and protect it during the day with a medicated makeup. This makeup will keep soil from going too deeply into your pores. Neil's Pharmaty Emergency Ph. 426-2165 Fifth & Franklin St.--426-3327 Open Daily 9:30 to 7:30 Page 6 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Thursday, August 19, 1971 M k Bennett Miss Barbara Morrison of Shelton and Mr. R. Mark Bennett of Everett were married Saturday July 24 in the United Methodist Church at Shelton, with Reverend William Andrews, pastor of that church and Reverand Paul McCutcheon of St. Luke's United Methodist Church, Bremerton, officiating at the 2:00 p.m. double-ring ceremony. The bride, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Phil Morrison, Shelton, is a graduate of Shelton High School and Central Washington College at Ellensburg. The groom, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Bennett of Bremerton, is a graduate of East High School, class of '64, and received his B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Washington in 1969. fte is a member of Theta X1 fraternity and Tau Beta Pi, engineering honorary. Miss Mary Knokc of Ellensburg was maid of honor. Bridesmaids, all cousins of the bride, were Miss Ruth Ann Zuroske of Pullman and the Misses Jeannette and Mary Ann Hophmd of Puyalh~p. Mr. Tom W. Bennett of Los Angeles, brother of the groom, was best man. Ushers were Mr. Alex Bennett of Bremerlon, brother of the groom, Mr. Skip Morrison of Shelton, brother o1 tile bride, and Mr. Jim KinswHcr of Everelt. bliss Lyn Gormley candleli Gordon of charge of guitar provided Mrs. Lout Assisting reception Hopland Zuroske Metzger of Esson of Kolb of bride, Mrs. Seattle, Mrs. Mark He background groom wedding groom's cake, Tage Ahlquist friend of the The of Mrs. late Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Elma. After the the bride'S informal and out-of-t0 home Following to the California, at home in i Mr. and Mrs. R. Mark Bennett IT'S OUR Hurry in today for BIG Junior Special PurchaSe l FREE-FALL ROBE SOFTLY QUILTED... oNLY Includes: Slacks, Vest and Skirt. oNLY See Us For All Of Y~ Back-To-School Ne ~---~,. EVERGREEN sQUARE