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chers&apos; salaries, the United Nation., and la,my other issues. There will also be discussion of the role of PTA. as presently org- anized, and its possible change to an independent parent-teacher or- ganization (PTO). A PAE 8 StIELTONfMAg0N COUNTY JOURNAL- Published in 'Chrf.qtmastawn., U.o.A. '', ghelt0n, Washington Thursday, 0eta re, m_____ m ...... I,nu_m.__m " " "- wr A 'T''  1 1 1 ,,, ,a nm m m n m  '- ..... -J n 1 "a 1 T ,-,, really ISSUES 00)latea 00cnet]ules utrt uon.ers , < l00eDeKan 00,WHAT S GOOKING IN WHOSE KITGHEN. c] For PTA Dnscussnons n I, m n I It ,o n # November Sale , Te Spenser Fair / Hosts Evergreen PTA xdll meet at 8 P' q' ' ff 119 ff  j' ' BU   The Mason County Chapter of ] At the Oct. 15 meeting of the[ ( _ ) Shelton Rebekah i! n m this cveni  in the school - WARC w I1 sponsor its annual Mas) Co nty F ir Board it was " -x was lmst SaturdaYi} at ditorium Tiff- will undoubted Socaety Ed tor Marj Waters P one 426-4412 HaJ 1per and content'4 s'lle Nov- reran]mot slv vet ,d that the Du't  .............  ..... bekah Assoc]a+tnon N! ly be one of the most im ortant ember 22 this yea,' Twkets a,'e on D,,bber Garden Club should spon-i " + composed oi lo ReNb.Ji i{(c+ {in+s+. of tte yt,u.++ + Shmulatmg' p " + - : ..... ........ ....... - - ' ' . ,sale by nlel]llDel, .............. P '(meeds will sot the fa r t'ow r 'how again in + .... ' ++ thr ou+hOte. + this. (l[strt+_ t_'.:i  discussion witt{ comnlete mid- | {]" / it  / I  ||" | |. e'o to the Exc(pt onal Foresters 1964 with Mrs 1-{ussell Schroeder &  abeth Onan of Taco* ie;,ce participat+on,  wil'-l be held k IAD nflfll rlflTlirllnT I in,1 Rogers Fchool. as chairman once more. The group ' ' - of the Association PI'* / regarding the PTA position on tea- mm.m.m r,mmvvm rv,mm,mm* Du,'in.-, the I(mc.hers' institute was in charge of it this year And ..+ ,all-day session. ThehJ hld in Olvmoia lasl week Dr i! proved to be a big' success. :; bekah Lodge han " ..... " " '!'i opening and elosg 7 and also exemplifie Mr. Car Owner can save him- self quite a spot of cash if he's careful about wheel alignment on his automobile, whether it be the latest glamour boat or the reliable Old Faithful. Mis- alignment tears tires apart and puts a terrific strain on bear- ings mid steering linkage. An(1 it gets worse if the Condition isn't remedied. There are, how- +ever, preventive measures that .can be taken to avoid misalign- ment. First, park carefully; don't bang the curb. Second. don't let parking attendants drive your car on curved ramps as if they were stock-car ra- cers . . . This puts a sharp aide thrust to the wheels. And last, watch your inflation; keep it even, . . QUALITY SERVICE at a FAIR PRICE . . . For all your TIRE N E EDS PASSE NGER; TRUCK or TRACTOR... NEW or USED tires available at MERV'S TIRECAP . . . 1st & COTA . . .+426-8104. Copr. 1960 Std. Features of Wn. SANDI BEDELL isnot only active in the Shelton High School where she is a yell leader, she also participates in community affairs. She is secre:ary of the Mason County 4-H and a member of the high school choir at the Methodist church. Iusic is an important factor in Sandi BedeWs life. She loves to sing and play the piano. She is a member of the Choir Ensemble at the Shelton high school and is junior director of the high school choir. She is also a member of the ][etlmdist high school choir and plays the piano for Sunday school on occasion. She often sings for Rainbow installations. Sandi is taking a well rounded course iv, her senior year. Her classrooms include typing, civics, senior English, senior choir and commercial law. Choir and com- O LUMBER O HARDWARE O PAINTS 1 mile off highway on Cole R0al Cde Road Builder's Supply Cole Roal Ph. 426-8224 + } i mercial law are her favorite sub- jects. In addition to the choir ensem- ble, Sandi is a member of GAA, Honor Society, Pep Club and the Pep Staff. This is her second year on the' pep staff. Sandi is the 5'5", dark haired yell leader with the blue eyes, who, with her fellow yell teaders, keeps the enthusiasm stirred up at Shelton sports ev- ents. The daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Bedell, Hillcrest, was born in Raymond. She came to Shelton at the early age of four months. She has been a 4-H mem- ber for eight years and is secre- tary of the Mason County* 4-H this year. She also belongs to Rainbow and the :Methodist Ybuth Fellowship. Sandi plans to attend Centralia College after graduation where she will major in music. She then intends to become an air steward- ess. BABY SHOWER Mrs. Claude Riekards was guest of honor at a baby shower held Oct. 15 in the home of Mrs. Lyle Coleman with Mrs. Munroe An- tonsen as co-hostess. Game prizes were won by Mrs. Edith Stewart and Mrs. Morris Kinnan Refreshments were serv- ed. The +main topic of discussion was the expected arrival Of twins at any time. Thom:. Lantos of Califoi'nia stat- ed tim1 56.000 rtArded and hand- icappel per.:on with a combined incom? <)f g15,000.000 yearly were given training. After },ne yeai' of retv0"Pi+ation thei income roqe LO Y,102.000000. Income tax from these people mo]'e than paid for the cost )f tbc rehabilitation pro- viii'./` lhe more people lrained to be self-supporting, the belier the vconomy of the community. Dinner Honors The Ed Faubeds On 2500h We00d[n00 Annivors+,rv Twenty-five gnests helped Mr. and Mrs. "Edward Faubert cele- brate their 25th wedding annivers- ary at a dinner held in the Fan- bert's home last Saturday evening. The couple was married October 15. 1938 in Lacey. Guests from Seattle included Ro- bert Harmon, Claudia BordeauX, Gilbert and Mary Lou Oswald: from Olympia, Clem and Elma Yelle, I-tarold and Esther Davis and Esther Bordeaux; from the Ault Naval Base at Whidby Is- land, Sam and Jo Dinsmore. Shelton guests were Stella Hil- lier, Corime Alia]l, Vincent and Florentine Connolty, Robert and Donna Sund, Louis and Ruth Tyl- czak, James and Dorothy Hillier, Hazel McComb (who was also cel- ebrating her birthday), James and Joann McComb and Pare [cComb. Holiday H00nts Show To Repeat This November The last regular meeting of the Shel-Toa Orthopedic Guild was at the home of Mrs. Bern Scoles Oct. 3 with Mrs. John Halvorsen as co-hostess. Plans were made for the annual "Holiday Hints Show" to be held again in the PUD auditorium at 8 p.m.. Nov, 6. Doris Bailey of the Bamboo Shop will ]emonstrate fail and Christ- mas home decorating ideas. Dona- tion of $1 is being asked with all proceeds to go the :Mary Bridge CMldrens' Hospital in Tacoma. Coffee anO cookies will be served at the close. Plans were discussed for the forthcoming dance to be held some Lime in December. Guests for tile evening were Mrs. Bob Sheetz and Mrs. Cas Visminas. Members are asked to please rem.mbez+to turn in their candy money at. the next :neeting I lo be held Nbv. 7 at tl]e home of l Mrs. Bob Rogerson. ItOSPITAL AUXILIARY FALL LUNCHEON The annual fall luncheon of the Shelton General Hospital Auxil- iary will be held promptly at 12:30 p.m next Monday at the Colonial House. Ernest Timpani will be the main speaker. Call 426-3361 by Friday for reservations+ There were 566 exhibits with 59 exhibitions in the adult division and 18 in the junim division. It was judged by state accredited flower show judges from Kitsap connty. "hey were very compli- memary, both on quality and quantity of the show. The show is all open class an:t open to a]y- one living ill Mason coumy. Annual Halloween Event Slated By Belfair Groups Nuel Curtis Post and Anxiliary, Veterans of Fo,'eign Wars will hold its annual Halloween Carni- val from 7-10 p,m this Saturday in the Belfair school gym. Org'anizttions participating in Lifts commnnity project include the Vohmteer Fire Dept. and its Aux- iliary, Boy Scout Troop 513 and its Mothers' Auxiliary, Beach- comber and Rhododendron Garden Clubs, World War I Auxiliary, OES Social Club. Job's Daughters, Victor Improvement Club. %VSCS. and the BelfAir Bees. This will be the llth carnival. Many of the organizations have participated in all of the past ones. A children's costume parade will be one of the main attractions with cash prizes for the various age groups. There will also be prizes for the best booth exhibit. Free games will be conducted by Girl Scout Troop 133. Booths-to be fea- tured include homemade candy, baked goods, gift table. Christmas cards, country store, and games, and a food kitchen with hot dough- nuts made on the spot. Smorgasbord Dinner Planned For Nov. 16 Attention all smorgasbord lov- ers. There will be a smorgasbord dinner sponsored by the Altar So- ciety of St. Edwards Catholic Church Nov. 16 from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. in the Parish Hall All proceeds from this event will go to establish a Parish Lib- rary and for altar care The public is cordially invited. Donations will be $1.50 for adults, 75 cents for children grades 1-8. Children under first grade free. Iolans Hear Slate Board Meeting Repod Iota Chapter, Delta Kappa Gam- ma, an educational honorary for women teachers, held its luncheon meeting Oct. 12 at the Colonial house with 19 members attending. Mrs. Ernest Newland. president, reported on the State Board meet- ing held October 5 in Spokane. The group participated in singing directed by Mrs. Robert Keenan. :Mrs. Roy Layton shared colored slides of her recent visit to Italy, Spain and Switzerland. t Use Journal Want Ads work, " Several distingtis were present iucluding; red Davis of Bremert of the Rebekah Asserl WasbingtbP;  State of warden of the',. tt]e grand + -----/|:r IMPORTANT aF0g!!!"L i COMING SOU ;U "The public is a filr the showing of Mem0g Fibrosis at the p..  Nov. 11 at 8:30 Maso be sponsored by an g'7 lon No. 5OS Eight AN UNUSUAL RECIPE using economical cnlcken is one of --- Juana Fuller's favorite company dishes. Juana is 1st vice president leo, 'E2:2,E 4th & of the Mr. View PTA. A very unusual dish is offered by this week's eook, Juana FuN let', The economical price of chic- ken at the presen time makes her recipe for hot chicken dish es- pecially timely, If you thought there was nothing new left to do "with chicken you'll be surprised at this one. Juana and Dick are both skin diving enthusiasts, They have been diving about four years and find wandering around the bottom of the "briney deep" utterly fascin- ating. Their 12-year-old son. Bill, is learning to dive. Chert. 9, is working on her swimming so she, too, will be able to join the fam- ily undez*ater. Andi, 7, hasn't been bitten by the diving bug as ret, but undoubtedly she eventual- ly will. The Fullers have lived in Shel- ton the past 13 years. In addition to being  member of the Hood Canal Seals (a skin diving club), Juana is first vice president of the Mr. View eTA. She likes to sew and is learning ceramics. Hot Chicken Dish 1 fat hen (3 ,.5-4 lbs.) Season and cook till tender. Have quart of broth when finish- ed. Set aside to cool and fat comes to top. Moisten four cups bread crumbs, saute one small onion, two large pieces celery, chopped fine, one half green pepper in three Tbs. chicken fat. :Mix with moistened mambs and 1 tsp. sage and one tsp. celery salt. SHELTON COED IN RACE FOR QUEEN Mary Brewer, senior at CWSC. was chosen by bar living group on the campus to represent it in the election for Homecoming Queen for this week's Homecoming cele- bration. An all-campus election was held last Thursday with fin- als between the top eight being held yesterday. Cnt up chicken discarding all skin. ' Put a layer of dressing in buttered casserole, then a layer Of chicken. Sltue One .cup chicken fat 3/4 cup flour I One cup broth L Make like white sauce. Beat sx eggs. Lightly fold into cooled l sauce. Pour over chicken ] sprinkle with one cup buttered crumbs or corn flakes. Bake 45 rain. at 350 degrees. '1 IX:E ,, --Set your thermostat.., frgd :i "---- about'heating worrie"  / Cat!  today/or Automatic Refill service. Careful, considerate deliverl. EVERGREEN FUEL 319 So. First St. You'll agree... makes it better You work better when you work refreshed! Make yours a DARIGOLD-break for the refreshing lift that won't let you down. at your door or favorite store