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September 30, 1971     Shelton Mason County Journal
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Lin Linda Dodge, daughter of Mr. md Mrs. Lee Chapman, became :he bride of Dennis Combs, son of ~lr. and Mrs. Clifford Combs of Port Angeles on August 28. The 5ouble ring ceremony was performed at 2 p.m. by the Rev. William Andrews in the United Methodist Church. The bride was given in marriage by LeRoy Valley. Her long gown of alecon lace over bridal satin was styled with a high ruffled neckline, long full sleeves and satin buttons to a highrise ge waist. The matching lace train was held at the waist by a large satin bow, and the waist-length veil was secured by a headpiece of satin roses and jewel-trimmed leaves. A going-away corsage centered her bouquet of blue daisies and white baby roses. ecomes Long-streamered white pew bows were centered with blue flowers, and on the altar were white candles, white gladioli and blue daisies. Maid of honor Margaret Dodge, sister of the bride, was attired in floor-length white dotted swiss embellished with Schiffli embroidered blue roses and tied with a blue velvet sash with long streamers. Her white picture hat was trimmed in blue velvet. Her gloves were white and she carried a blue daisy colonial bouquet. In an identical gown was bridesmaid Marilou Smith. Wearing a daisy-embroidered skirt of white dotted swiss topped in matching blue, flower girl Vicki VanderWal, sister of the bride, carried a basket of blue daisies. The dresses of her attendants were made by the bride. Candle lighters Don Evans and Gary Pearson seated the 100 guests, and ring bearer was brother of the bride Larry VanderWal. Keith Combs was best man for his brother, and the musician was Mrs. Richard Morton. White shoes and hat were selected by the mother of the bride, gowned in apricot lace. The grooms mother, in lavender crepe, chose beige accessories. Their flowers were white daisies. For the 3:30 p.m. reception following in Dayton Hall, lace-covered tables held blue and white flowers. The three-tiered cake, adorned with blue roses and silver leaves, was topped with traditional bride and groom figurines. Serving were Linda Hildebrandt, Terri Sivert, and the mesdames Gary Combs, Charles Upham, Darrell Sparks and Manley Michler. Mrs. Jerry Heminger was in charge of the guest book and attending the gift table were the mesdames Maurice Pearson and Leslie Pearson. The bride is employed at Shelton Manor Nursing Home and the groom is with Simpson Timber Co. Both are Shelton High ,~ ~,.; School graduates. in After a wedding trip to Ocean ....~ ~t~ Shores, the couple is at homein " ,~i~ Shelton. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Combs Official Visit To VFW Slated Fifth district commander program held Saturday at the Harold Seeley of Olympia and local elementary schools. John Mandel, district inspector Boys of Boy Scout Troop 112 from Raymond, will make their who assisted the VFW Post and official inspection of the V F.W ~uxiliar~ with the project are Post on Fridi~at 8 ~:m. i~/~h~"" Iohn "l~e~et~, Roger Ayres, Clark Memorial build~. Lehman, Doug Anderson, Gordon The fifth distric~resident, Mrs. Frank Pennel of l~lontesano, will make her official visitation to the auxiliary on the same evening. A report will be heard on the results of the "Lita-Bike" Reed, Mike :Fletch0r, Gene Greenfield, Brian Jot/fis'on, Herb Van Cleave and Allan Van Cleave. Assistant scout master Ran Fletcher helped to supervise. TODAY'S Prospective Cubs And Their Families Set Potluck Dinner The organizational committee for the Hood Canal Cub Scouts will hold a potluck dinner at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday in the Hood Canal School. All boys who are interested in becoming Cub Scouts are invited to attend with their families. Boys age eight through ten years are eligible. Each person is asked to bring his own table service. For further information call Duane Layette, 426-8381; Pat Darby, 877-5558; or Sarah Deno, 898-3355. Retired Teachers To Hear Speaker The fall meeting of the Mason County Retired Teachers Association will be held in the Hallmark Inn on October 15. A 'representative from the Washington State Teachers Retirement System office in Olympia will speak at the noon luncheon to give the latest information on teacher's pensions. All Mason County retired teachers are welcome. Jim Rogerson Winners Named By Bridge Club The first High School spotlight of the year shines upon Jim Rogerson, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Rogerson. He is ASB president; he belongs to Honor Society; he is a Key Club member, a member of the Young Democrats, and he participates on the swimming team Jim studies World Affairs, senior English, civics, and Journahsm, and he student teaches junior English. Rogerson was born in Shelton on April 27, 1954. He has an older brother, Paul, who is a graduate of SHS, and a younger sister. Kathy. His hobbies include swimming I Sp0tlight and water skiing. The family enjoyed a summer vacation trip to Banks Lake in Eastern Washington. Jim is employed as a mailer for the Journal, and sometimes works in the hay fields. He mentions as a possibility employment at the local radio station as a disc jockey. "I like music," he states, "I'm not too fussy as to what type but I like best modem music that is well-arranged." Jim Rogerson plans to attend college, but has not yet made a choice. 'TII probably major in either political science or journalism," he says. Monday night winners tar the Shelton Bridge Club were, for North-South, Tuey Schumacher and Bob Quimby; Bruce Kreager and Clyde Ruddell; Bill Batchelor and Helen Ruddell. East-West winners were Shirley Byrne and Lynn Rust; Doris Christy and Gusti Goldschmid; Vic King and Norm Hulbert. DPW Will Meet Daughters of the Pioneers of Washington will meet in Millo's at noon next Thursday. ONLY THE just man enjoys peace of mind. Epicurus ;mith, Loughrey Nuptials On August 28 Mr. and Mrs. Michael E. Loughrey A double ring ceremony performed by Pastor Sigmund Boegl in the Faith Lutheran Church of Lacey at 8 p.m. on August 28 united in matrimony Gail Ardis Smith and Michael E. Loughrey. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James A. Smith of Shelton and the grand-daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Wright, Shelton. The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack E. Loughrey of Boise, Idaho. Candles, pale green spider mums and gladioli decorated the church as James Smith gave his daughter in marriage. Her lace-trimmed gown of satapeau featured bishop sleeves and a ruffled hem, and her veil was a lace-touched mantilla. Over a prayer book used in her parents' wedding the bride carried orchids and bachelor buttons. Theresa Ann Smith was her sister's maid of honor. Her blue-flocked ivory satin-finish gown was styled with bishop sleeves. She wore a matching hat and carried pale green spider mums with blue bachelor buttons. Identically attired was bridesmaid Mrs. Judy E. Meyer, sister of the Jan Danford, Society Editor Informational A special informational program on Children's Orthopedic Hospital and Medical Center will be presented at 7:30 p.m. today Donnie J. O'Neill Guild Will Meet On Wednesday Donnie J. O'Neill Orthopedic Guild will meet at 8 p.m. Wednesday in the home of Mrs. Ray Cook with Mrs. Bill Johnson as co-hostess. Work will be done on projects for the Tacoma Orthopedic Association bazaar to be held in Olympia at the Community Center on November 6. Members are asked to bring unwrapped "white-elephant" items for the booth at the bazaar. Guild Plans Discussion An Inter-denominational Panel Discussion will be presented by St. David's Episcopal Guild at 10 a.m. Wednesday in the church. A business meeting will follow and at 12:15 p.m. a dessert-luncheon will be served by the Mesdames Frank Wascher and Howard Wilder, hostesses. Members are asked to bring a sandwich. Work Party Set By Guild Sarah Eckert Guild will hold a work party at 11 a.m. Monday in the Henry A. Person residence on Stretch Island. Members should bring their own "Country Store" projects upon which to work, or, otherwise, scissors, needle and thimble to be used in other work. Mothers To Meet Navy Mothers Club will meet at 7:30 p.m. next Thursday in the home of Mrs. D. Underwood at 219 South 8th street. bride. Richard Hobdey of Boise was best man. He and Terry Meyer, brother-in-law of the bride, seated the guests. Organist was Mrs. Jane Kule Page, and Jane Huff sang the selection played at the wedding of the groom's parents. Pale green spider mums ornamented church rooms for the reception which followed the ceremony. Serving were Mesdames J. Denny Smith, grandmother of the groom from Portland, Ore.; Dorthy Loughrey of Boise, grandmother of the groom ; A. W. Wright, grandmother of the bride, Shelton; Bob McNicols and Jerry Devel of Olympia; Steve Paulsrude and Byram Mayer. Kathy Loughrey, sister of the groom, attended the guest book. The bride, a Shelton High School graduate, has been employed in Olympia by the Department of Natural Resources. Her husband, a graduate of Boise High School and of Idaho State University, is employed by Syms York Co. After a trip down the Oregon coast, the couple will reside in Boise. Program in the United Methodist Church. The Cardiopulmonary Center will this year perform 50 open and 60 closed heart surgeries. Pictures and exhibits will show the role of recreational therapy in Children's Orthopedic Hospital. All interested persons are welcome-to attend. No admission fee will be charged. eau ul Jell Is The jewel-like jars of jelly that sparkle in the fair booths of the Skokomish Valley Grange are in great part the work of Mattie Barkley, who has for many years been one of the chief contributors. Mrs. Barkley was born in Pennsylvania and in 1906 moved with her family to South Dakota where she attended grade school and was graduated from high school. She was employed there as a teacher for two years before her marriage to George Barkley. In 1942 they came to Washington to visit a married daughter. "We like the country so much that we just stayed on," Mattie explains. The Barkleys have five children, 11 grandchildren and nine great-grandchildren. One son and three daughters live in the area. Mattie has been Chaplain of the Skokomish Grange for more than ten years and of the Pomona Grange for eight years. She is a member of the United Methodist Church. One of her hobbies is crocheting. She has made approximately 20 afghans in the past three years - one for each child and each grandchild. "I haven't got around to the great-grandchildren yet," she says. Her husband grows a large garden, and Mattie delights in the canning and the freezing of the produce. "I preserve everything I can get my hands on," she laughs. "I always have plenty to give the children." hat's Cook : er MATTIE BARKLEY makes beautiful jellies thati Since George Barkley's as they look. retirement 13 years ago, he and his wife have made three visits to Mattie's Pennsylvania home, twice including trips to Washington, D.C., where they enjoyed sight-seeing tours of historical places. A Cocker Spaniel, a Poodle and a Siamese cat are household pets. Mattie, fond of all animals, . re 'al when she rode Foursquare Sets horse to and from school. :" i "As a girl Imilked cows," she Sale And Bazaar remembers, "but no mor~.-- now I want milk in cartons from the store." Mattie makes jams and jellies and pickles, and a family favorite is her relish. Alex Young Sale Scheduled Guest Artist Alex Young To Visit Shelton Art Club Furniture, books, toys and clothing will be offered at the fall rummage sale to be held by St. Edward's Women's Club from "9 a.m. until 5 p.m. on October 7 and October 8 in the church basement. Alex Young, born in China had two one-man shows in and now residing in Olympia, will California, his works including be the guest artist demonstrator landscapes, seascapes and for the Shelton Art Club meeting portraits. to be held at 7:30 p.m. Hostesses for the evening will be Kay Brumbaugh and Nita Brumbaugh. Guests are welcome. During the club's annual Sidewalk Show held September 18 in front of the Penney store the popularity of pictures was evaluated by public vote. In first and second place were paintings by Sue Rutherford; third, Gail Edmiston; fourth, Hazel Beckwith; fifth, Grace Wells. "I make it out of whatever l have on hand," she states, and it always seems to be good, no matter what I us~." Although Mrs. Barkley makes jellies of the many fruits and The United Foursquare Women will sponsor a rummage sale and bazaar on Friday in the PUD building beginning at 9 a.m. Children's clothing, household goods and miscellaneous merchandise will be available as well as new items for early Christmas shopping. Work Postponed The first and second degrees of the county granges scheduled for October 1 in the Agate Grange hall have been postponed until October 8. Potluck Planned Wednesday in the PUD auditorium. He will complete a painting before the audience. Young, who spent the first ten years of his life in Hang Kong, was graduated from California State Polytechnic College with a degree in Architectural Engineering. A self-taught artist, he started painting seriously in 1967. He has The regular noon potluck meeting of Veterans of World War I Madrona Barracks No. 1462 will be held in the Memorial Hall at noon next Thursday. berries the light beautifully juice. For fresh apple ''One commercially states. 4 C apple 6 C. sugar l pkg. 1,/2 C. lemon 2 tsp. mm~ Green Measure Add boil over stir well. pour paraffin. To shades, green into sev colors an~ desired. Auxi ConceSS At cam Field on Auxiliary Orthopedic operate a serve hot and soft driialcS" . : WCTU To Meet The Women's Christian Temperance Union will meet on Friday for a noon potluck in the home of Olive Quartier. Golden Agers To Hold ,le A combined rummage sale, bake sale and plant sale will be sponsored by the Golden Age Club from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. next Thursday in the PUD auditorium. Officers To Visit American Legion The official visit of Fourth District Officers will be made to the Fred B. WiveU Post No. 31 and Auxiliary of The American Legion at their meeting to be held at 8 p.m. Tuesday in the Memorial Hall. face. ASK US ABOUT OAK PARK A PLANNED UNIT DEVE[LOPMEN'Ir HIMLIE REALTY, INC. Ph. 426-2646 Page 6 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Thursday, September 30, 1971