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September 9, 1971     Shelton Mason County Journal
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eco / KAREN BEESON forms a rose on an implement called a "rose-nail". The flower will be removed with a knife to be set in place on the iced cake. Guild Meets In Hoodsport annual tlunter's bake sale to bc held October 16 at the Canal Supply in ttoodsport. Grange To Meet Tiny Tim Orthopedic Guild met for the first time this year at g p.m. on September I in the Hoodsport home of Mrs. Dick Allen's parents. New members are Sharon Card, Connie Atkins, TaIni Pierce and Ann Perkins. Guests were Shelly Fredrickson, Linda Hansen, Barbara (;ray and Delores Velkov. Plans are under way for the After a 6:30 p.m. potluck and a shorl meeting at 7 p.m. Friday. Progress (;range will visit Shelton Vatlcy Grange. Thirteen-year-old Karen Beeson, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Don Beeson of Allyn, has earned for herself a rapidly-growing reputation as a decorator of beautiful cakes. It all began when she was ten years old and Mrs. Echo Matson, Allyn, a friend of her mother, helped her to decorate a cake for the birthday of her younger brother, Donnie. "My interest stated then," Karen says, "and Mrs. Sharer helped me a lot from then on." Jean Sharer ,heads the 4-H Cornucopia group of which Miss Beeson is president and in which she has been active for six years. "There are smaller divisions within the group," Karen explains, "and I have studied sewing for six years and cooking for the past two years." In addition to those for all special family occasions, Karen decorates cakes for friends and for school and 4-tl events. Last winter she provided a three foot by four foot sample of her talent for her eighth grade class, tier dad transported it to school on a sheet of plywood. [:or the 4-H camp held at Panhandle Lake from July 26 through July 31 four sheet cakes, each measuring two feet by three feet, were baked. Karen decorated two of them and supervised the ornamentation of the others. Miss Beeson, as a North Mason High School freshman, will be a cheer-leader. She will .join the Girls' Club and the Girl's Athletic Association turning out for track and for basketball. She waterskis. rides horses and enjoys bike-riding. ra es O0 in /~ii>!i( / ........ STEMS, LEAVES, and small blossoms are fashioned directly on the cake as Karen Beeson adds the finishing touches to another example of her art. She has a black cat, parl-Siamese, named "Whiskers", who closely resembles a Burmese featured on television. Karen, born in Shelton on Oct. II, 1(#57, wishes to majorin scicn~ and is ,,onsidcring enrolhm.nl in a Beg~ !y School ;dler her graduation She will LEARNING CREATIVE STITCHERY in classes sponsored by the community Library Association are, left to right, seated, Jane Hellman, Jean Deffinbaugh and Susan Hamilton; standing are Sharon Coleman, Morley Kramer, Lois Thomure and Sarah Tostevin. Instructor Marie Grinnell conducted lessons each Thursday from August 5 through August 26 in the Shelton Public Library. A Holiday Workshop will begin in late October. Nell Molenaar Set To Speak Cosmetics Nell Molenaar, corrections coordinator from the Governor's office, will be speaker at the Monday luncheon and meeting of the Christian Women's Club to be held at noon in the Hallmark Inn. A facial demonstration will be a special feature. For reservations call 426-6543 or 426-2488. Dancers To Meet Welcome Chapter Sets Men's Night An 8 p.m. business meeting wiil precede the 8:30 p.m. dance to be held by the Salty Sashayers at the fairgrounds on Saturday. Ed Mathews will call. No round dance lesson is scheduled for tonight. for YOU WHAT A FRESHENER DOES Q . What does skin freshener do for the skin? A. U sed after cleansing with cold cream, skin freshener will remove any greasy feeling that remains on the skin. It also has a temporary tightening and toning effect. FRESHENER OR ASTRINGENT? Q. What's the difference between a freshener and an astringent? A. A freshener is a mild Men's Night will be observed by Welcome Chapter No. 40 OES at the regular meeting scheduled for Saturday in the Shelton Masonic Temple. Entertainment and refreshments will be provided by the men. product designed for removing any traces of cream that may remain after the skin has been cleansed. An astringent is a much stronger product designed arimarily to tighten pores and firm the skin. Use an astringent only if your skin is oily. Neirs Pharmacy Emergency Ph. 426-2 ! 65 fifth & Franklin 5t.--426-3327 Open Daily 9:30 to 7:30 Saturdays -- 9:30 to 6:00 I lI II I Convalescent Care LONG LAKE CONVALESCENT Dedicated care for the elderly patient. Wa. Li. 93. Country-Home Surroundings. PHONE TR 1-1210 Rt. 1, Box 458-A, Port Orchard Complies fully with Title 6 Civil Rights Act of 1964 I / continue to learn the art of cake-decorating, and plans to attend a class to start on September 28 in Shelton. She uses a plastic bag with metal or plastic tips for her work. Roses are fashioned on an implemenl called a "rose nail". They are removed with a knife and placed on the frosted cake. Other decorations such as leaves, stems, small flowers, and script are formed directly on the cake. Her icing may be stored in a jar, unrefrigerated, for at least three weeks. She often makes a double batch, or prepares the mixture in advance to save time on a busy day. Decorator's Icing , '" Beat 1 egg white until frothy. Add 2V2 C. powdered sugar. Boil 2 Tbsp. water, and 4V2 Tbsp. granulated sugar for 1 minute; allow to cool for 5 minutes, then pour over egg white mixture. Add: 2/3 C. Crisco, or other solid, white vegetable shortening ~k tsp. vanilla Vz tsp. lemon extract V2 tsp. salt 2 drops butter flavoring Cool before using. Winners Named By Bridge Club North-South winners at the Monday night meeting of the Shelton Bridge Club were Bruce Kreager and Clyde Ruddell, and Tuey Schumacher and Bob Quimby. Winning for East-West were Elsa Schlosser and Gusti Goldschmid, and Ann Batchelor and Shirley Byrne. uple On August 6 Debra Ann Hoosier, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank ttoosier of Shelton, and Leonard Rice, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Rice of Agate, were united in matrimony before a white archway flanked by baskets of yellow and white nlixed flowers in the Shelton Seventh-Day Adventist Church. Candles were lighted for the 6 p.m. ceremony by bridesmaid Mary Ann Hoosier and by Jim Landis, and the 250 guests were seated by James Cook and Clifford Rice, brothers of the bride and groom. The bride, given in marriage by her father, was attired in floor-length white taffeta overlaid with chiffon, the fitted square-necked bodice of which was overlaid with lace. Panels of lace also enhanced the slightly belled skirt and the long bishop sleeves, and lace overlay adorned the edges of the full chapel train and the shoulder length veil held to her head by triple white bows. She carried yellow roses, white stephanotis and white lilies-of-the-valley with cascading yellow baby roses and yellow ribbons. Mare of honor Miss Debbie Eastgard fashioned for herself an empire-styled yellow taffeta gown overlaid with yellow and white nylon dotted swiss styled with short, puffed sleeves and accented with yellow ribbon. Triple yellow bows held her short yellow veil and she wore a corsage of yellow baby roses and carnations. Sarah le Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Bridesmaid Mary Ann tloosier's musician was identical gown was made by the Pique. mother of tile bride. The mother Stan Wilson was best man, a lodengreen and Bible bearer was Daniel lnother a Hoosier, brother of the bride, dress. Each Vocalist was Debbie Eastgard and costume, and of yellow , carnations. TODAY'S Jan Danford, Society Editor kert Meeting Set Mrs. A. J. Hicks and Mrs. Odell Presley will hostess the first meeting of the season of Sarah Eckert Guild to be held at 11 a.m. next Thursday in the Grapeview A yellow and and yelloW decorated Adventist persons following Yellow bride and cake served cousin of poured by the bride's aun Bennett. In charge treasurer; Mrs. Ralph W. Weymouth, secretary; Mrs. Curtis Bell, Mart chairman; Mrs. Margaret Kochanski and Mrs. Vern L. Jackson, sunshine was Miss Cal., and was Mrs. of the bride. The g~ Versapane Shelton bride, a mern and German fire hall. chairmen. , ' , : senior. , ; New officers ,-beginnfft, g. their, .. .~repar~ioia~will be stadled,:~,. ; : A(t~r @' terms will be Mrsl Paul [lolladay for the Guild's Novcnlber Shores the president; Mrs. llenry A. Person, Country Store. 1618 Ridge vice-president; Mrs. C. E. Carter, Jayettes To Meet Tonight Today's 7:30 p.m. meeting of the Shelton Jayettes, to be held in the home of Mrs. Pat Swartos at 407 East D St., will consist of an orientation program concerning chairmanships and organization of projects. Fall events and projects will be discussed. Luncheon Slated Hood Canal Federated Woman's Club will hold a luncheon and meeting in the Potlatch clubhouse at 11:30 a.m. next Thursday. ine At $14.99 In Shelton SHOE SALON Style Shown Only $21.00 Available At First Just Arrived a graceful touch Early Americana'" enduring by 5 Unique gifts. Unusual v lines of pewterware are almost ing. Come in and see our entire free, enduringly styled with A. Pewter Bon Bon Dish 672 inch di~i B. Pewter Beaker, 3~ inches tall C. Paul Revere Bowl, 5 inch dia: D. Pewter Mug, 5~/, inches tall .... :" Page 6 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Thursday, September 9, 1971