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October 17, 1963

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ilL0ctober 17, 1963 SHELTON MASON COUNTY JOURNAL Published in "Christmastown, U.S.A.", Shelton, Washington iR00O! i 0 CANAL . - "  - . - ,__= .... ,_.___ .,=__i..__. m m- I F I I F ' _m, m= am-. .r. nm ..r.,, [cA.o .ARTY , , mmreslmg meenng t lvJt. view r JA Win Woman'00Olub 00WHATS GOOKIHG IN WHOSE KITGHEN? |s Hanaed For Higfl 5(:11ooi 3poUight . , .g card party >'.'iay  1-101{1 tsarnlval ut, et.. 18, at the Potlatch (   | Plans are now underway for -e'ith games startm at ,eHa|a Woe the annual Mr, View PTA fired '['he Mason Cotznty Women's Re- raising carnival which will be held publican Club will ineet Wednes- Nov. 2 from .5:30 to 9:00 at the day, Oct. 23. at t:30 p.m. at the school. .-- member is requested to a table of four. Rcfresh- (MLbe r served. Mrs. H. L n of the event. IN QUALITY. that express that you are ]! of good taste and ar "once in a life- ent will be correct detail. and up IRNAL FREE DAY flOl,,IOAY DIANE MIKLETHUN'S recipe for Tropical Bruffins is a new and different way to make muffins. Diane is shown with their eight week old daughter, Shannon Jo. Diane Miklethun's recipe for Tropical Bruffins is a different and tasty way to disguise tlhose "plain muffins" yon're been mak- ing for so long. This tasty treat can be used for dessert or lnnch- con snacks. O Be Kimbel Motors Guest at The Sahara Hotel, Las Vegas DRAWING OCT. 26th g to Buy - Nothing to Write One Couple Will Win at Kimbeis ill the BIG is from Sept. 20, 1963, Lo 5 p.nq,. SaLurday, Oct. patina Plymouth dealership, displaying the post- receptacle for entry blanks, will offer a three-day Sahara Hotel in Gas Vegas. A public drawing m dealership will be held at 5 p.m. on Oct. 26 the winners. No consideration of purchase is re- part of the entrant. open to all adults, 21 years of age oz" older, ex- of the participating Plymnuth dealerships, or agencies, or their families. restricted to one per person per dealership. couple will receive a Sahara Holiday, consisting room for two nights I double occupancy); a gift good for food and beverage in "Don the Beachcomb- tour behind the scenes of the Casino; two buffets Lounge of the Sahara; midnight shoW in the Congo three cocktails per person; club breakfasts in free bingo in the Lucky Casino in downtown holidays must be used by Jan. 31, 1964, and Sunday night--through Thursday night basis, hol- excluded. ur, cl addresses of all entries must be printed, STATE ....................................... Memorial Hall. Mrs. Harold C. Stirting, program chairman, who attended the recent Western Republican Conference in Eugene, Oregon will report on that meeting. Mrs. Stifling will entitle her talk, "Breakfast With 'Rocky' and Dinner With 'Barry"'. Tt,ere will be door prizes anct refreshments will be served. Mrs. Calvin H. Mann v,'i!l set as hos- tess with Mrs. Travis Fisk assist- inK. Visitors are cordially izlvited to attend. Eight And Forty Will Show Film The regular meeting of Eight a]d Forty was held Monday even- ing, Oct. 14. at the Memorial Hall. Le Petit Chapeau Premiere. Mattie Backlund. presided in the absence of Le Petit Chapeau. Virginia ,Vallin. A deliciou dinner was served by hostesses Shirley Clinton. Ann Campbell, and Francis Luhm and a Halloween motif decorated the tables and room. Before and af- ter the meeting, the Partners stuff- ed TB envelopes a project of the Salon since 1952. At the next regular meeting o* the Salon Nov. 11, a film will be shown on Cystic Fibrosis. The pub- lie is invited to attend the show- ing of this fihn at the .Iemorie..i Hall at 8:30 p.m, To allow time for the showing of the film. the next dinner meet- ing will begin at 6:30 p.m. instead of the usual 7:00 p.m. Partners will please take note. Nurses To Attend Regional Workshop Two regmtered nurses from this USED CARS & Diane and her husband. Darrell, area will attend the two-day reg- have purchased a !ovely home at lional Workshop on the Alcoholic Walker Park and are now in the Patient sponsored by the Wash- process of remodeling. At pres- ington State Nurses Assoeimlon fat the Tyee Motel in Olympia next cnt they are adding a fircplace. ]Monday and Tuesday, Oct. 21 and Just-eiaht weeks ago there was a happy addition to the Miklethun j 22. household with the arrival of lit- Those traveling to the "Workshop tie Shannon Jo. Between taking will be representatives from the care of the new baby and remodel- Shelton General Hospital and the cling, this leaves little time for Doctor's offices. Di,ne to pursne he,- hobby of sew- Beta Zeta Chapter, ESA, inv. Diane s a aceomplishet Host For Fun Night :eamstress and it: is well shown[ in little Shannon Jo's room. t M'embers and guests of Beta Zeta Chapter Epsilon Sigma Al- hrhen Diane ae.d Darrell aren't pha. met on Oct. 9 at tle home working on their home. you ean lo f Mrs. Bob Seibert. for a fun tlsually find Darrell working at night Social comittee members his favorite pastime, old ears. had prepared several games, using Darrell has a 1923 Ford flatbed their Newspaper Theme for Fall and a 1931 Model A. the latter Rushing. The highlight of the which in now in the "restoration" evening was a style show, with period, fashions created out of just mws- Both Diane and her husband are. papers. Original commentating graduates of Sheq;on High School. accompanied the shows. Some Tropit.al Irn[fins short news stories were compiled I can (8 3/4 or 9-oz. J emmhed and read by those present. pineapple 2 bananas ' cup sugar 1 egg , cup milk 2/3 cup Grapem]ls 2 cups biscnit mix I Yap. salt :i tsp. cinammon Giaze 1 cuo powdered sugar, unsifted Two tablespoons pineapple syrup Preheat oven to 425 degrees and grease muffin tins. Reserve 2 tbls. syrup from pineapple for glaze. Slice bananas and rnash with fork. Combine sugar, egg and milk; mix well, then add Grapenuts. nn- drained pineapple, banana, biscuit mix. salt an{l einammon. Stir mix- tare about 25 strokes until blend- ed but not smooth. Spoon into muffin tins. almost to top, and bake for 20 rain. Meanwhile. blend glaze ingred- ients in small bowl until smooth. Loosen Buffins with small knife and while still hot. place each. Engagement Tdd Mr. and Mrs, David Walker wisi to announce the engagement oI their daughter. Nancy, to Harold Donnelly Jr. of Sitka Alaska. Nancy is a t959 graduate ot Shelton High SehooI and is pres- ently employed by the State ot Alaska in Juneau. Her fiance at- tended Washington Stale College and the University of Alaska ann is presently employed as an en- gineer for the Department of High- ways in Alaska. No date has been set by the en- gaged couple. , Use Journal Want itds Members discussed their cater- in K for Ilte Golf Club dinner on ] October 16th. Delicious refreshments were srved by the hostess. Mrs. Seiberl. and her committee. Guests for the evening were Mrs. Shriley Hohnan. Mrs. lake Hall Mrs. Don Young, Mrs. Peter Londahl, and Mrs. Harold Wiles. The next meeting, a business meeting, will be on October 23rd, at the home of Mrs. Glenn Sowers. Ladies Auxiliary To Practice Friday Night The next: regular meeting of the Ladies Aux. to the Veterans ot Foreign YVaI'S will be held Fri- day, Oct. 18 at 8:00 p.m. in lhe {emorial Bldg. Refreshments will be served by Betty Godwin Beatrice Gray, Alice Haines and Edna Bearden. Tlle prize will be brought by Florence Cleveland. Aftending- the Cascade Council meeting Monday at the Shelton top side down. in glaze. Easy way Hotel were Marian Johnson..1o to transfer to cooling rack--slip Sparks, Fae Robinson, Betty God- fork under top and invert, twin and Colleen Gephart. There will be a practice of the officer's march at Friday's meet- ing. TRUCKS HILLMAN Floor Shift MBLER 4 dr. Wagon o.d. FORD Oountry Sedan 9 passenger . TRUCKS, 960 International 1/2-ton lowmileage, like new FORD Crew Bus- Ideal for Hunting or gamping 949 STUDEBAKER 00A-ton Jig PAULEY, INC. Bob Wolden Bu Rose p: 5th & Railroad sed Cars: 5th & Cota Members of the auxiliary inter- ested, in turning out for a rit- uausnc team should contact Pres. Jo Sparks as soon as possible. Shelton Garden Club Will Meet October 21 An interesting programAs plan- ned by the Shelton Garden Club for Monday, Oct. 21 in the home of Mrs. Marie Almaden. Mrs. V. T. Connolly will pre- sent. "Barboo and Baskets for Doorways and Porches" by Shulke. There will also be an exhibit' by the Bamboo Shop. Anyone inter- ested in [bamboo is welcome to at- tend the meAng. Tea will be served by Mrs. Is- aac Jeffery and Mrs, Harry Gru- vcr. DEMOCRATIC CENTRAL COMMITTEE MEETING The Masun County Democratic Central Comittee will meet qt 8:00 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 24 in the Mason Cotnty Courthouse in Shel- ton. Cal Johnsm, the governor's press secretary will be the speak- er. The subject of his talk will bc "Pubtie Relations in Polities." ALMA BURKE J.O.G. At the l;Isl Ablla ]3url{e Junior Orthopedic Guild meeting, it was reported that the group made $24.67 on t.heir bottle drive. Also discussed at the meeting were plans for the comiug year. The nexl meeting will be Oct. 21 at the home of Mrs. Lea Young tit 7:00 P.m. 1MPOI{TANT MOOSE MEETING There Will be an important meet- ing for Women of the Moose Tues- day Oct 2 " ,, "'. .2 at the iVfoose Hall. I Its Chrmtmas in October and all members are urged to attend. The committee appointed by Mrs. Ernest Malloy, chairman consists of the Mesdames Ray Densey, Gordon Bennett, James Connolly, Edlon Farcy, Duane Wright, Andy Tuson, Vern Han- son James Cross, Lyle Coleman. Ed Bac, James Doherty, Charles Manke and Clyde Ruddell There will be a large variety of games plus a cake wheel, car- teens and homemade candy. Mrs. Ray Densey" and Mrs. Gordon Bennett. kitchen chairmen. report that a cafeteria style ham dinner will be served with home- made pie, coffee or milk. Also on the menu will be hot dogs, potato salad md baked beans. BOBBI HILDEBRAND is a very busy Senior this year. Bobbi was Editor of the High School Handbook and is Editor-In-Chief of the school yearbook, the Saghalie. This week's featured senior is favorite class. a very active, responsible young Besides her other duties, Bobbi lady with a pleasing personality is active in Pep Club and Honor and pleasant smile for everyone. Society. R'oberta Lee Hildebrand, better Outside activities include both known to her friends as "Bobbi". snow and water skiing, cooking, came to Shelton High School in the last quarter of her Sophomore year. In that short time. Bobbi has been given the responsibility of editing the Handbook and this year, the great task of Editor-in- Chief of the Saghalie. This is one of the biggest responsibilities giv- en a high school student and Bob- bi truly deserves it, At the present, Bobbi is sched- uling all seniors for their senior pictures, which will be placed in the yearbook. This is a big" task in itself Each day Bobbi devotes her study hall period, one hour. and after school each night to working on tie yearbook. Classes which fill this busy girl's day are Teachers Orientation, che- mistry, shorthand. Honors English, and civics. Bobbi claims she has no sewing and ice skating. Bobbi has taken snow ski lessons and every weekend in the winter months one would likely find her on some ski slope. Born in Tacoma, Jnly 24. 1946. Bobbi attended school there until moving to Shelton. This 5'3", green eyed gal is the only child of Mr, and Mrs. Robert Hildebrand. Bobbi admitts she is undecided as to a career but thinks she will either study home economics at Washington State or journalism at the University of Oregon. MASONIC MEETING There will be a called meetbg of the Mt. l{oriah Masonic Lodge confering fellowcraft degree to- night at 7:30 p.m. in the Masomc Temple. Shelton Bridge Club Monday Night Winners Shelton Bridge Club held its regular session at 7:30 p.m. Mon- day in the PUD auditorium. N-S winner in order were Katherine Van Arsdale and Else Schlosser. Jane and Gordon Bennett, Nor- ma and Ed Becket, and Rose ann Bob Quimby. E-W winners in order were Jim Fletcher and Pat Byrne, Bill Lucke and Roll Jongeword, Ed Tveden and Gary Foote. and Constance Travis and Dexter Edge, The next meethg will be at 7:30 p.m. Monday in the PUD audi- torium. All enthusiastic bridge players are invited to attend and bring a partner. PAGE 3 Vieki Lee Guild Plans Bake Sale The Vicki Lee Orthopedic At, x- iliary held its Oct, 14 meeting at the home of Mrs. Percy Zamzow, with Mrs. Bud Helser as co-hos- I tess. There was one guest present, Mrs. Pat Carney. I Mrs. Gone Lindberg and Mrs. Lee Rhodes brought regular and holiday candles to show and sell. There was a white elephant sate and plans were made for a bake sale set for Oct. 26 at the Sears Roebuck Store, The next mdeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Gordon Costa with Mrs. Sue Leeds as co-hos- tess. DONNIE J. GUILD The Donnie J. Orthopedic Guild met at the home of Mrs. Ray Cook for its Oet. meeting. Tickets were distributed and are now on sale for a ham nnd turkey to be held sometime before Thanksgiving. Because of the successful plant and rummage sale which was held in the Spring, it was decided to make this an annual project. The meeting was adjourned and re- freshments served. MATLOGK GRANGE DANCE SAT., OOT, 19 9:30- 2:00 Music by The Ramblin' Four |.,=, LOW COST HUE LOAHS NEW CONSTRUCTION -- REMODELING PURCHASE 6  On Reducing Balances  No Commission Charges *' Mason County Savings & Loan Association TITLE iNSURANCE BUILDING SHELTON Save Now At Oise00s... KING SIZE TABLE FORMICA TOP 48" Round with TWO 12" leaves, spoon shaped feet HEAVY STOCK MAPLE CIIAIRS Large Man.sized chairs with 1=/4 '' thick seats and betutifully turned legs, Captains Chair. $5 ca, additional. ALSO AVAILABLE: 5 Piece Group $1 down delivers $10 per month SOLID MAPLE CORNER HUTCH ' Just belOw, too. Magnetic catches, touvered doors. Just *79  or '150 oo the thing! 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