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October 7, 1971

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omcze, Candelabra bore lavender ales, and baskets of flowers aorned the Shelton Seventh Day \dventist Church for the August 15 wedding of Nancy Tomczek and Benjamin Baze. White ribbons tied the pews and a white runner covered the aisle. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Tomczek of Milton-Freewater, Ore. and the groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Herb Baze of Shelton. Elder AI J. Webb of Fall City officiated at 7 p.m. as Ed Tomczek gave his daue..hter in marriage before 150 guests. A long and flowing veil formed full-length sleeves for the sleeveless, floor-length white satin bridal gown with bead-trimmed bodice. A large purple orchid centered the bride's bouquet of white and lavender carnations. Maid of honor Kathyleen Rottacker of Auburn wore a dress of lavender dotted swiss over a darker lining. A ribbon held her hair and she carried white and lavender carnations. Attired in gowns identical to hers were bridesmaids Linda Eastham of Ketchikan, Alaska and Marcia ]'omczek, sister of the bride, of Milton-Freewater. They carried small flower arrangements. Flowers and embroidery trimmed the long-sleeved, full-length white satin gown of flower-girl Cherie Luke, cousin of the bride, of San Dimes, Cal. llerb C. Baze Jr., brother of the groom, Tacoma, was best man. Bible Boy Teddy Baze of Bellevue, cousin of the groom, was attired in a tuxedo as were ushers Roy Poradun of Eerndale; Randy Linder, cousin of the / / Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Baze groom, Shelton; I)~nny Tomczek, brother of the bride, of Milton-Freewater; and Jeff Baze, brother of the groom, Shelton. Candles were lighted by Beverly Tomczek, sister of the bride, Milton-Freewater, and Annita Baze, sister of the groom, TODAY'S Jan Danford, Society Editor Past Matrons Plan Election The Kitsap Mason County Past Matron's Association of the Oxder of Eastern Star will hold its fall luncheon and business meelmg at the Masonic Temple in Beltair at 12:30 pro. on luesday. Pasi Matrons of Bclfair (?hapter will llosless. Mrs. tlattie (;. Pierce, President, will conduct the business meeting with an election of officers. All officers who served at the spring meeting will serve Tuesday, according to Mrs. Pierce. Past Matrons from other areas who now reside in the local area are welcome. Shelton. Their street-length flowered dresses were fashioned of lavender dotted swiss. Mrs. Jan Davis, aunt of the groom, Seattle, was musician. A duet was sung by Donald Gamble and Laurilce Mac Gregor and a solo by John Layer of Enumclaw. A bluc knit dress with crocheted bodice worn with black shoes and matching jacket was the choice of the bride's mother. The mother of the groom wore pink chiffon with a lace jacket and matching hat and shoes. Lavender fishnet covered tables in the Shelton Seventh Day Adventist School for the 8:30 p.m. reception. The cake baked by Irma Mason, aunt of the groom, was decorated in lavender and purple. Serving were Jo Luke, aunt of the bride, of San I)imes, Cal. and Verna Kakuske of Auburn. Susan Lofgren of Bellevue, attended the guest book and in charge of the gift table were Clara White, l!phrata, and Kathy Layer, Enumclaw. Guests were present from Minnesota~ Alaska and California. The bride is employed by ltalhnark Inn and the groom by Richert and Sons. Both are 1971 graduates of Auburn Academy. The couple honeymooned at Ocean Shores, and will reside in Shelton. Rummage Sale Set A good selection of merchandise will be offered at the annual rummage sale to be held in St. David's Episcopal Church from 10 a.m. until 4 pro. on Friday. 8 And 40 To Install Officers New officers of Eight and Eorty Mason County Salon No. 508 will be installed by Partner Shirley Clinton at the 7 p.m. dinner meeting to be held in the Memorial Hall on Monday. All members should wear short white dresses. iss Jane orris arrles ('lose friends and families witnessed the Septenrber 23 wedding of Janet Morris, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Morris of renino and Leonard llurst, son of Mr. and Mrs. Everett tturst of Shelton. The double ring ceremony Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Hurst was performed at 7 p.m. in the Methodist Church of Yelm by the Rev. Rollin E. Stierwalt. The bride was given in marriage by her father, and her sister, Barbara Morris, was her maid of honor. Tim tturst served as his brother's best man. A reception was held in the home of the bride's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Samples, who had originally introduced the couple, flew from San Diego to attend the wedding. Roger Samples has been a life long friend of the groom; Mrs. Samples and the bride were college friends. The bride is a graduate of Tenino High School and of Centralia College. The groom, a Shelton High School graduate, attended Modern Barber College in Seattle. They will live in Shelton. Your On the Right Course When you set sail for the And Our Famous Stop in and enjoy your favorite beverage along with the featured dish of the "What's Cookin' " column from the Journal. 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. in Hoodsport Page 6 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Thursday, October 7, 1971 Nancy Carey's Cookies Her Kiddies Happy Nancy Carey is a woman of many interests and many accomplishments. She is secretary of Vicki Lee Orthopedic Auxiliary and treasurer of the Christmas Town Tops. She and her husband, Robert, are members of the Salty Sashayers Square Dance Club, having been graduated from a class in June. For Mrs. Carey the lessons constituted a brush-up course as she had not only square danced in years past but had also taught a class of children in Seattle. She loves horses and was once a regular rider at the Aqua Barn Ranch in Maple Valey. She studied English riding under the European instructor Bozo Schiller. Nancy was born in Los Angeles, moving to Seattle as a 16-year-old. She came to Shetton three years ago. The Careys have a married son, Robert Jr., now serving with the Navy; Chuck is a high school student; Joe serves with the Army: Brian is four and a half years old and attends Hood Canal Pre-School; Susan is a two-hear-old. Mr. and Mrs. Carey are now learning to round dance in the class conducted by Les Elliott. Soon to be graduated, they will join the Christmas Town Rounders who meet twice monthly for an evening of dancing. Flying is a family recreation. Last summer Nancy and her husband, who is a member of the Flying Club, flew to Colorado in the club plane. Navigator Nancy was responsible for their crossing of the Rockies in the wrong area. "We couldn't get enough altitude to fly over the mountains," she states, "so wc had to fly through the canyons." The two younger children, passengers in the four-seater, loved the adventure. The trip included a visit with Nancy's sister and her family, in Colorado, and a flight through: California and into Las Vegas. '~ Mrs. Carey, who hasn't bowled since her h~gh school days, recently joined a women's team. "I'm a lousy bowler," she admits, " but 1 have a lot of fun." A family membership in Pool Nuotare promises future recreation for all. Nancy swims "some"; her husband is a good swimmer; the children are learning. A cat named Mickey and a crossbred Collie-German Shepherd called }terkimer complete the Carey household. The big gentle dog has a sentimental story in his background. He had always been wonderful with children, but one day Nancy was informed that he had bitten a neighbor child. "I just couldn't believe it," she says, "tte'd always been completelytrustworthy. Maybe someone teased him, or hurt him 2' But whatever the reason, Nancy felt that tterkimer had to go. She took him to the Humane Society in Olympia, there being no local branch. She told to the sympathetic attendant the entire Sale Scheduled story. If you've ever tried to say "Herkimer" while choked with tears and racked by sobs, you will understand her problem. Having confessed his sins, she left her pet to his fate -- for about an hour. "I just couldn't stand it," she declared. "I had to go back and get him. I decided I'd keep him tied if necessary." Herkimer, the friendliest of canines, has never repeated his misdemeanor. Nancy sews, making many of the garments worn by her young daughter. She enjoys baking but in deference to her Tops membership, she seldom indulges the hobby. "I not only like to bake things," she laughs, "but 1 like to eat them, too!" However. as the holidays approach all her good intentions fall by the wayside. "Just before Thanksgiving," Nancy explains, "I get together with a few friends and we really bake a lot of Christmas cookies!" Christmas Cookies (An old family recipe) 1 C. sugar 1 C. unsulphured molasses 1 C. shortening 1 C. hot water 3 egg yolks 7'/2 to 8 C. flour Mix sugar and molasses; add shortening with hot water; add egg yolks and mix well. Make a paste by adding small amount of cold water to: I tsp. soda 1 tsp. cloves 1 tsp. cinnamon 1 tsp. ginger Add paste to mixture; add flour in thirds. Roll out % to Vz inch thick and cut into desired shapes Bake on greased cookie sheet for 15 minutes in 350 to 375 degree oven. Frost and decorate. Frosting 2 C. sugar 3 egg whites, beaten stiff t'/3.g, water. t lsp. vanilla . ~" sugar"'and"'water until it "spins a hair". Add to beaten egg whites and beat. Add vanilla and food coloring if desired. Spread on cookies and allow to dry. Another pet recipe is Broiled Hamburger and Pineapple Sandwich 1 lb. hamburger 2 slices pineapple in unsweetened juice. Shape meat into 4 patties. Place slice of pineapple between two patties, crimping edges to seal. Broil on bothsides until hamburger is done. If desired, barbecue sauce may be poured over sandwich before serving. Dieters should omit the sauce and use only lean ground beef. BELIEF: consists not in the nature and order of our ideas, but in the manner of their conception, and in their feeling to the mind.., something felt by the mind, which distinguishes the ideas of the judgment from the fictions of the imagination. David Hume Cosmetics for YOU A rummage sale will be held by Eight and Forty Mason County Salon No. 508 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on October 14 and 1 5 in the PUD auditorium. Partner Alice Hill will be in charge. DRAPERIES Made to Measure--Any Size Lined or Unlined NO CHARGE Pay Only For Materials Choose from Immense Selection tor Fabrics Over 150 Patterns and Colors MATERIAL PRICED 229 yd, Open Friday Evenings Until 8:30 p.m. WHAT IS A "FRICTION RUB"? Q. What is a "friction rub?" When should it be used? A. A "friction rub" is a cologne with a light fragrance and a high alcohol content. Applied generously after your bath or shower, it will impart a light fragrance to your skin and at the same time, act as an astringent to close pore openings. BATH OIL AND MILK BATH Q. What's the difference between a bath oil and a milk bath. A. A bath oil is more highly concentrated than a milk bath. It usually contains more perfume oils and can be used as a perfume as Well as in the bath. Only a small quantity is required. A milk bath comes n powder form and dissolves to produce a foam.. The fragrance is lighter than tnat or Dath oil. Neil's Pharmacy Emergency Ph. 426-2165 Fifth & Franklin St.--426-3327 Open Daily 9:30 to 7:30 k~,=Saturdays -- 9:30 to 6:00 ilili __ SUSAN AND BRIAN, Nancy Carey's younger children, rnake qu mother's cookies. Charles B. Leske Will Speak Here Charles B. Leske, dean of the Division of Itumanities and Arts in Evergreen State College, will speak at the noon meeting of the Mason County Wouren's Republican Club to be held in the ttallmark Inn on October 19. Music will be provided by Mrs. Sigrid (;randahl of Steilacoom. Both men and women are welcome to attend, and reservations may be made by calling Mrs. Ann Batchclor at 426-4417, or Mrs. Peggy Bennett at 426-8513. hayers Welcome To Saturday Evening Ed Mathews will call for the 8:30 p.m. square dance to be held by the Salty Sashayers in the fairgrounds hall on Saturday. A business meeting will begin at 7:45 p.m. Spectators are welcome, and beginning dancers from the current class are invited to attend as guests. There are still a few openings for teenagers and adults for the lessons now being conducted by Ed Mathews on Monday evenings in the fairground The classeS the Salty accept the s members uPn after approxi0aa Sorority Denise been Pledgi Omega at ' Washington. TULIPA KAUFMANNIANA Shakespeare, Johann Strauss and Water Lily ............................. NOW Red Emperor ............................. NOW Mount Tacoma, First Lady, Greenland Fantasy, Flying Dutchman, Apeldoorn and. Golden Measure ................ NOW HYACINTH BULBS 5 colors ........... KING ALFRED DAFFODILS CROCUS BULBS 5 colors ........... NARCISSUS BULBS 10 varieties Gallon containers. Varieties of Junipers, Heather and Pyramidalis NoW Reg. $1.49 ................. LUMBERN[EN'S Of Shelton * "Building ,, only. 426-2611