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September 23, 1971     Shelton Mason County Journal
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ugu Unite uple Vicki Stracke Rainbow Girls Will Install New Officers On Thursday Vicki Stracke will be installedLove; JoAnn Miljour, Religion; as Worthy Advisor of the Cheryl Nault, Nature; Laurie Rainbow Girls of Shelton Lund, Immortality; MarthaSmith, Assembly No. 19 at an open Fidelity; Kathy Martin, installation to be held at 7:30Patriotism; Mary Painter, Service; p.m. next Thursday in the Ann Howerton, Chaplin; Patty Masonic Temple. Brewer, Outer Observer;Dana Baugess, Drill Leader; Ilene Also to be installed are Malloy, Musician; Sharon Smith, Colleen Hamlin, Worthy Associate Choir Director; and Sana Brewer, Advisor; Jeanee Nutt, Charity; treasurer. Diane Bourgault, Hope; Michelle Families and friends are Drengson, Faith; Patty Dunbar, invited to attend. Starr Named Semifinalist In Scholarship Competition Ronald M. Starr of Shelton Corporation. "'From this group has been named as a semifinalist will come many future leaders in in the 1971-1972 National Merit business, industry, and the Scholarship competition in which professions," he said. A double ring ceremony in the United Methodist Church on August 29 joined in wedlock Donna Reed, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Reed of Bremerton and Michael Young, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Youug of Shelton. The Rev. Andrews officiated at 3 p.m. before 250 guests at an altar adorned with a bouquet of white gladioli and yellow daisies. Yellow bows accented green candles and decorated the pews. Given in marriage by her father, the bride was attired in floor-length, long-sleeved, flower-embroidered satin with white pearl daisy trim. A headpiece of fresh white roses held her elbow length veil and she carried white rosebuds with camille leaves. Evy Young, matron of honor, was gowned in full length bright yellow crepe with yellow chiffon overlay, olive green velvet trim, and matching accessories Identically dressed were bridesmaids Rosie Gribaudo, Ellen Maurer and Peggy Nedved. All wore headpieces of scattered daisies, and bouquets were fashioned of daisies in shades of yellow and orange. Street length versions of the bridesmaids' gowns were executed in apricot and yellow floral whip cream fabric with olive green velvet trim for flower girl Jackie Young and candlelighters Jenny Hildebrandt and Josette Townsend, who wore yellow daisy wrist corsages. Myron Young was best man, and ushering were Steve Wescott, Klayton Baskins and Ben Myers. Vocalist Cindy Rice sang "Twelfth of Never" and, after TODAY'S Mr. and Mrs. Michael Young approximately 15,000 of the nation's most intellectually talented high school seniors will compete for about 3,000 Merit Scholarships to be awarded in the spring of 1972. The Semifinalists were the highest scorers in their states on the National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test, which was given last February to more than .655,000 students in about 16,600 schools nationwide. They constitute less than one per cent of the graduating secondary school seniors in the United States. They are representative of the country's most intellectually able young people, according to Edward C. Smith, president of the National Merit Scholarship DO first vows, "Now We've Just Begun". The bride's step-mother chose mint green bonded knit with shoes, gloves and purse in the color of bone. The groom's mother wore apricot bonded knit with matching accessories and the corsages of both were fashioned of yellow roses. Rooms of the church were decorated with yellow and green bows, white gladioli, yellow daisies and matching candles for the reception held at 3:30 p.m. Yellow roses and daisies and a Jan Danford, Society Editor miniature bride and groom ornamented the five-tiered white cake served by Leslee Bailey and Alberta Woods. Also serving were Linda Myers, Dor Sturtivant and Phyllis Gray, with Cheryl Cowan attending the guest book, and Thelma Linn and Alice Hildebrandt presiding at the gift table. After a Hawaiian honeymoon, the couple will reside in Bellingham where both are seniors in Western Washington State College. ren MARCIE HENDERSON often prepares family. Another favorite is Orange Angel Women's Association of the combined United Methodist Church. Mrs. She sews and knits and does makes "These students bring honor Zonta International "Lita Bike"P Slat d crewel embroidery. She plays butshedoeS not only to themselves, but also " rogrom e bridge "just for fun". foods "Cooking is not really a hobby with me," states Marcie Henderson. "It's not as much fun as it used to be because everyone is now watching weight." Nevertheless, she still enjoys t he p re par a tion of attractive meals, and takes well-justified pride in the many special dishes she prepares. Although at one time she was most contemptuous of box mixes, she now likes them. "They have improved a great deal since they first came on the market," she explains. Marcie's husband, Ken, is with Seattle First National Bank, and they came to Shelton in 1970 from Seattle, where Mrs. Henderson had lived since 1943 Marcie, whose parents came from Sweden, was born in a Swedish community in North Dakota. She spoke Swedish before she learned English. "It was rough when I started schooL" she admits. "I didn't learn English until then." The Hendersons have four children. Michael lives in Bellevue; Marjorie Hayton has recently moved to Salem, Ore.; Gary attends the University of Washington; and Ross is a seventh grader. Their grand-daughter is 16 months old. Marcie Henderson is a part-time employee of Bob's Shoe Tree. "I work occasionally to help out," she says, "and I thoroughly Oriental Pork 1 lbs. lean pork, cubed 2 C. diced celery 2 C. sliced onions 1 green pepper, diced Brown pork using no shortening. Add vegetables. Add 3 C. canned bouillon 1Vz C. water Simmer 1 hour,covered, then add: 3/4 Tbsp. sugar 2 Tbsp. soy sauce Thicken with2 Tbsp. corn starch in C. water. Add 1 can bean sprouts 1 small can button mushrooms Serve over chow mean noodles or rice. enjoy it. I like people, and the ones I meet are very, very nice." She is a member of Georgine Reed Orthopedic Guild, and the group is busily preparing for a rummage sale to be held next Thursday. She belongs to the to their their teach , Fall Conference and their communities ~ The . Degrees Received Robert D. Kieburtz received a ~ GET READY FOR Master of Science degree and Dazy Mays 4-H club met An International Dinner will "I quit the game for many Her faJ .... The VF~V Post with Boy District 5 will hold a dinner in yearsi" she declares. "because the Pork, To Convene Today Scout Troop No. 112, who are Westport on Wednesday beginning people who played were too the sponsored by the Kiwanis Club, at 7:30 p.m. Officers from serious about the whole thing. I the rec: When the Zonta International will conduct their annual Shelton are Mrs. William Gephart, like to play cards with friends for her Fall Conference convenes in "Lita-Bike" Program on Saturday president, and Mrs. Wayne enjoyment only." years. Medford Oregon, today until from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. Robinson, secretary-treasurer. Antiques interest Marcie "It's a lit September 25, the Shelton-Mason All bicycles are eligible to Henderson, but she wants only Marcie. "It County Club will be represented receive safety tape as a free those that are family heirlooms, a dietician by Mrs. Elmer P. Smith. service of these organizations, or have belonged to friends, the dish in a Zonta International is an Bicycles must be taken to either Model Meeting ',i don't admire things just organization of executive women Evergreen, Mt. View or Bordeaux because they are old," she Orange in business and the professions, School. Held By Chapter maintains. "They must have a organized for service and Gold Star Parents of Mason sentimental value as well." 1 pkg. fellowship. County were guests at a dinner Monday Evening Vickie Judd Joins She assists in the care of the 1 C. boiling On their agenda will be plans served on Friday by the VFW Post beautifully landscaped lawns and 1 C. for an International Convention and auxiliary. Each mother was The Model Meeting of Epsilon Her College Choir the colorful flower beds that V2C. sugar to be held in Portland, Oregon in presented a gift and color slides Omicron Chapter of Beta Sigma surround her Shelton home, but ~A C. June, 1972. were shown byChester Valley. Phi was held at 8 p.m. Monday in Vickie Judd of Shelton has she gives full credit to her 1 C. O t he r 1 o c al Z o n tia n s Past auxiliary presidents of the home of Nancy Dunnington. been selected as a member of the husband. Dissolve attending will be Mrs. Lillian President Ruth Anglin explained Ricks College Women's Choir, "Ken is the gardener," she Add oran Updyke and Mrs. Lucille Blake of Beta Sigma Phi. which will present concerts and states, sugar. Union and Mrs. Lucille McBride Guests were Sue Kimmel, perform for devotionals as well as Her house pet is a pure white whi of Shelton. 4-H NEWS Janet Drebis, Toni Ruhl, Vicki other college and community cat with one amber eye and one pieces o Mrs. Updyke will serve as ~ ~ ' - ", ..... L Clark, Dorthee Gregg, Cheryl functions in the area of Rexburg, blue one, deaf as so often is the and re alternate delegate. Kimberling and Sue Dirkland. Idaho during the school year. case when white feline fur is serve. Dazy Mays Greet The Valentine Queen will be selected at the next meeting to be One New Member held in the home of Alice Ogden with Janna Baxter as co-hostess. future success of these young people will, however, depend upon their ability to become productive at the high intellectual levels that they are capable of attaining." Semifinalists must advance to Finalist standing to be considered for the Merit Scholarships to be awarded next spring. Semifinalists become Finalists by receiving the endorsement of their schools, substantiating their high NMSQT performance on a second examination, and providing information about their achievements and interests. Donna Cronin ,,,~,~oa September 11 in the home of Mrs. Mou,~.~,~ ..... s be held in Susan Merriman's home received a bachelor's " Homes. inure were nine memoer on October 9. oegree in summer uar ......... * present and a new member, q ter co,,,~,~m~.t .......... o, u,~o,~... ~nannon ~toraaien joined me icsl I exercises held ~ ,,~,,, ' ' ' i Washington State College incmo. Donna Cormier and Karen Belllngham on August 20. Both ....... t~ osmet er ,e are t e ( OUj are of Shelton. .-. ...... Ulllcers electeo were: r~aren Fuller, President; Michele Moore, ~or Y n ! ,-I , 1 vice president; Churl Moore, Daroecue ~larea secretary; Donna Cormier, J WHAT FORM J a A salmon barbecue will be treasurer. J OF DEPILATORY? J ..... ,Q79 -,== :- / O. What's the differencel ; ~,",i~:~.';i' ~/'~, "~[~~':;; i sponsored by ElinorChapterOES The next meeting will be i between cream and lotionI ~ ~: ,~ "il in the Masonic Temple in Union October 9, 1971. , I depilatories~ / ~ /;~ frOmsunday.4 p.m. until 7 p.m. on by Nancy Morkert, J A. Cre;,'m depilatories are| ~ ~- "~- ..... :-,- -'~'* Reporter I easier to apply to a small/r,~larea ;"':";~ ................. : ~'"~ " land are therefore ; aoreJ .... :":" ...... :-':""'" I convenient for underarm use. I I They are also less likely tol ~-,-r;-~,~'r;-:~ ~l~l~ll, ~r~-*~'~--~" I irritate the sk n. l ~-~ ':: ...... ; * " / Lotion depilatories arel __~i~{ I essentially linuids an,~ ,.,~.~ -~ I theref ........ , ~ ~i It ure cover a arge area __| '~ ,~. ~-S./ Ct:r~s g=:t~ ngg f I such as the 'egs -- more easi'y. [ .)[ ~i'i MR' AND MRS. LOUIS R. GRINNELL announce the | FACIAL / engagement of their daughter, Liz, to Robert Dunn, son of / DEPILATORIES / ting Mr. and Mrs. A. Roy Dunn. All are of Shelton. Miss Grinnell is a freshman in Highline Community College. Her fiance is a .0. Can use a regular ~-:--,,,= ~ I dep,'atory to remove the'~;I ., ..... , * graduate of Green River Comm,unity College and for the next I on my ,ace; ..... - ~. making an "E I / A. We WOuld advise you to ! ~" ~ e ~_ ": two years will attend Parsons College in Fairfield. Iowa. I remove your 'acia ......... Bucilla needl Both are graduates of Shelton High School. No wedding date , ,,air wire a .~, I depilatory prepared especially "-~._. ~ ~ ..... .Ja_.~_~t~; ~- has been set. |depdatory on your fa.^lU/,arl " "i.. ; ;, Jeweled Cole I sure to do a test area first. II LOWREY I Choose an area about the size II LONG LAKEN ORGANS ,o,a dime and observe the 11 l reactions carefully. If th .... - r~ CONVALESCE T - l any s,gn of irritation. =,:~s I ~REPN II area' d nt-use the depilatry I CENTER IANOS Ion the rest ot your face. -" ,J r, for Crew in Blue" will do the rest. / / the FSLIC I nsurance~b ~ ll~ / ,yl Dedicated ca e T or BUY on Nell's Pharma elderly patient. We. Li. 93. E " ~Now Increased ~1]/ ei I ~1 To $ 0.ooo.oo I .Q'll lllrCJII _ II 111"IIIII I'I I asy terms Country-Homesurroundings. I | EmergencyPh. 426-2165 I I Fifth & Franklin St.--426-3327 J PHONE TR 1-1210 - - I * ,,,,. .,L . . RL 1, Box 458-A, Port Orchard Jok..y $ Mum Box ~t~ ~, ~,/,/at~#4,,~, I Open Daily 9:30 to 7:30 | ~rlllrm:. ~,, SHELTON -- First &,.t,,o.Ratlroad, 426-8211"~..,o~,,, ~ Saturdays -- 9:30 to 6:00 J OLYMPIC HIMY. N. Civil Rights Act of 1964 205 Cote 426-4302 ~'* s'~'~ ........ -- ~ ~. % .'77"~ .... Page 6 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Thursday, September 23, 1971