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October 28, 1971

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JOANN DAVIDSON, left, will receive a kidney' transplant on November 9. Louise Stewart, center, and Ellen Andres, Jayette chairman, are busy with preparations for a Benefit Luncheon. Lunc eon ponsore dinner to be Davidson, who will receive a Shelton Jayettes Onkidney transplant a few days S in the Masonic later. Her sister, Julie Coleman is Provide funds to the donor expenses of Jo Ann The Mason County Kidney Set For Bazaar Benefit Luncheon, whose theme is "In An Italian Manner", will be served from 11:30 a.m. until 1:30 p.m. and Girl Scouts of Mrs. Pat Austin's troop will help. Tickets are priced at $1.50 and may be purchased from Barb Webber at 426-2684, from any Jayette, or at the door. and baked goods for 6 bazaar to be held mnity Center in be brought to the naeeting of Shel-Toa and money for the party set for m Hidden Haven turned in at this all White Elephants for the bazaar should be brought to Shirley Gray's home by today. Chairman for the wine-tasting party, open to members and guests, is Mary Ann Hanlon, with Bonnie Salisbury as co-chairman. The last meeting was held in the home of Shirley Byrne. Karen Rich was co-hostess and guests were Mrs. Mary Gamwell, Holly Petty-John and Sue Buchholz. Guild Will Meet St. David's Episcopal Women's Guild will meet in the church at 4th and Cedar Streets on November 3 at noon for the monthly meeting. Dessert will be served by the hostesses for the day Mesdames Ruby Crane and Emma Jordon. The Women Of The Moose Visit Hospital The Women of the Moose, bearing gifts made possible by the donations of both Shelton and Olympia merchants, visited Madigan Hospital on October 5. The trip was organized with the assistance of the Red Cross who escorted the visitors through four hospital wards where stationery, books, magazines, pens, cookies, candy, punch and popcorn were distributed. Patients and visitors conversed and played card games. Women of the Moose participating were Pat Petty, Pat Walker, La Vesta Kisons, Peggy Johnson, Hilda Crabtree, Stella Howard, Ann French and Pamela Swanson. The next trip will be made on Tuesday, and anyone wishing to donate items may phone Pat Petty, 426-2352, or Pam Swanson, 426-4641. facing the camera, unpacks cookies m tal with the assistance of Hilda Crabtree. The will visit patients again on Tuesday. Mushroom Exhibit Set For Friday The annual Mushroom Exhibit, sponsored by the Olympia Audubon Society, will be held Friday evening, October 29, in the Great Hall of the First United Methodist Church, 1224 E. Legion Way, Olympia. Doors will open at 7:30 p.m. to allow viewing of the exhibit before the program begins at 8 p.m. ..... 1/3 We've cut the price 1/3 on sittings for a limited time only! Call 426-3272 and make your apPointment NOW! Camp Fire Girls Name Today, Thursday, Oct. 28 Rotary Club luncheon, noon, Ming Tree Care. Toastmasters Club, 6:45 a.m., Timbers Restaurant. Slimette Tops, 7 p.m., court house annex. Shelton Pre-School Open House, 7 p.m., United Methodist Church. Golden Age Club, 6 p.m. potluck followed by business meeting and Halloween party. Memorial Hall. Rock Society, 7:30 p.m., PUD. Octoberfest Recital, 7:30 p.m., United Methodist Church. Friday, Oct. 29 Chamber of Commerce board meeting, 7:30 a.m., Hy-Lond Inn. Halloween Spook ttouse, 7 p.m. - 10 p.m., ttoodsport. Saturday, Oct. 30 Salty Sashayers caravan to Council Dance in Centralia. Leave Thriftway at 7:15 p.m. Democratic Central Committee box social and Dance, 9:30 p.m., fairgrounds hall. 4-H rummage gale, Lake Limerick Stables, 10 a.m.- 5 p.m. Halloween Spook House, 7 p.m. - I0 p.m., Hoodsport. Priscilla Club carnival and bazaar, 7:30 p.m., Cloquallum Grange Hall. Sunday, Oct. 31 Shelton churches invite you to attend the church of your choice. ltalloween Spook House, 7 p.m. l0 p.m., Hoodsport. OES tlam & Salmon dinner, 2 p.m. -- 7 p.m., Union Masonic Temple. Monday, Nov. 1 PUD No. 3 commission meeting, 1 p.m., PUD conference room. County commission meeting, 10 a.m., court house. Shelton Bridge Club, 7:15 p.m., PUD auditorium. Goodwill truck in town. Phone 426-4847 for pickups. It's About Time Tops, 7 p.m., County Health Office. Southside PTO, 7:30 p.m., at the school. Ski Club, 7:30 p.m., Mt. View School. Tuesday, Nov. 2 Kiwanis Club luncheon, noon, Timbers Restaurant. City commission meeting, 2 p,m., city hall. American Legion & Auxiliary, 8 p.m., Memorial Hall. Lions Club dinner & board meeting, 7 p.m., Hy-Lond Inn. Job's Daughters, 7:30 p.m., Masonic Temple. Jaycee dinner meeting, 6:30 p.m., airport clubhouse. Nimrod Club, 8 p.m., at the clubhouse. Shelton Music Club, 8 p.m., home of Mrs. Kevin Hamilton. Pioneer PTO, 7:30 p.m., at the school. Wednesday, Nov. 3 Christmas To,, ~: lop~. 7 p.m, Multi-service Center. Art Club, 7:30 p.m., PUD. Thursday, Nov. 4 Rotary Club luncheon, noon, Ming Tree Care. Toastmasters Club, 6:45 a.m., Timbers Restaurant. Slimette Tops, 7 p.m., court house annex. Yacht Club dinner, 6 p.m.; business meeting, 8 p.m., at the clubhouse. DPW, noon, Taylor Towne. Multi-service Center board meeting, 7:30 p.m., at the center. Fair Harbor Grange, 7:30 p.m., Potluck, 6 p.m., Grapeview fire hall. Navy Mothers. 7:30 p.m., home of Mrs. Ray Sharpe, 443 Cookson. Rummage sale by Mason General Hospital Auxiliary, 10 a.m. 5 p.m., PUD. Bulbs Should Planted Now's the time to plant bulbs for next spring's flowers. Daffodils, tulips and hyacinths are favorites, but even before they come into bloom you can have such early blossoming types as the crocus, snowdrop, blue Siberian squill and grape hyacinth. Bulb flowers show off to their best advantage when planted in clumps of at least a dozen, the Extension Service advises. The small bulbs are the most appealing when planted in drifts of 25 or more. Tulips, daffodils and hyacinths should be planted 6 inches deep and 6 inches apart. But above all, the spring-flowering bulbs must be planted this fall. New Leaders New and returning leaders for the Olympus Council Camp Fire Girls are now in full swing with their various activities. Mrs. Merle Wilson is the new leader of the second grade Blue Birds from Mt. View School. Leader of the second grade Blue Bird group from Evergreen School is Mrs. Alice Ogden, and Mrs. Carol Dale is the leader for the third grade Blue Birds at Evergreen. Mrs. Peggy Bennett will be in charge of second grade Blue Birds from Bordeaux School and Mrs. J~na Baxter is the third grade Blue Bird leader from Bordeaux. Mrs. Dodie Putvin has the fourth grade Camp t", Girls from Bordeaux and Southside and Mrs. Peg Heinitz is the new leader of the Southside Schools third grade Blue Birds. Fifth grade Camp Fire Girls from Bordeaux, Evergreen and Southside Schools are under the leadership of Mrs. Carole Hanson. The Da Kon Ya and Ta Wa Ma Nu Ka Camp Fire Groups had a skating party in Olympia last week followed by a fall picnic at Capitol Lake. A fun time was had by the "Snoopys" Blue Bird Group, led by Mrs. Peg Heinitz, when they went to Potlatch State Park last Saturday. They gathered shells and other sea life to use in a later project. Mrs. Peggy Bennett's second grade Blue Birds had their first experience in cooking this week when they made their own treats during their meeting. The Ta Wa Ma Nu Ka Camp Fire Group recently held election of officers, who are Traci Hanson and Susi Durand, co-presidents; Vicki White, secretary; and Leanne Swayne, treasurer. At their last meeting the girls in this group learned tie-dying. Mrs. Puhn Is Delegate I White House. 1 The delegation also lunched at the Congressional Club with I I Congressman Tom Pelly, Mr. and By Jan Danford Mrs. John Erhlichman, Mr. and /~.~....~...,~.._.........,.........~...,.....~..~.,...t Mrs. Art Fletcher and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Puhn, president of the Mason County Women's Republican Club, joined the delegation of Washington women attending the October 21 to October 23 Convention of the National Federation of Republican Women in Washington, D.C. Social hightigkts included, a bh'h~l]a~ : h|t~nded ' b~' Pi'esident and Mrs. Nixon, and a tour of the Mrs. Tony Chase. Breathes there a man With soul so dead Who while reviling Shaggy head Does not in anguish Contemplate His own thin-thatched And balding pate? *** It is no mere happenstance that the multitudes find themselves in a constant state of uproar over hair. An eminent psychiatrist, who very sensibly prefers to remain anonymous, states that hair - the length, breadth, color, shape, texture or lack of it - has long played an extremely significant role in the development of the human psyche. Consider the shorn Samson; meditate the far-out coiffeur of the Medusa; give a thought to the Lady Godiva. How about Rapunzel? This same rather reticent retriever of mental marbles feels that the current male trend toward longer tresses stems chiefly from a strong disinclination to part with the price of a haircut. *** She dyes it and She bleaches it; With heavy hand She teaches it; She teases it; She tangles it; She siezes it And mangles it; She makes it curli- Er, or straighter; She will earli- Er, or later Ouite despair- hag and indig Nant, simply wear A pre-styled wig. Sad is the lot And sorry the story Of woman's not- So-crowning glory. (ln Grandma's day, When she looked like a witch, She wore, they say, Something known as a 'switch'.) Holly Manke High School Spotlight # A three-year member of the Thespian Society, ltolly Manke has been awarded a role in every school production since the beginning of her junior year: and as a sophomore she was included in the cast of "The Bad Seed". "Drama is what I enjoy,'" Holly declares. "'1 don't know whether or not I'll pursue it as a career, but 1'1t continue with it as long as I can 2" She plans to attend the Cornish School of Arls in Seatlle. Holly is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Manke, and she has two younger brothers. Mark is a high school student and Joe is a seventh-grader. lter Mr. View household includes two cats and a Norwegian Elkhound who recently produced eight fat and furry half-Collie puppies. "About three weeks ago," ttolly explains, "The (;iris Club auctioned them off. It was a lot of fun, and they all got good homes." Holly loves football. "I like it is a spectator," she states, "and 1'11 turn out for powder-puff football if they have it again. She water-skis and she bicycles and among her hobbies Mothers To Meet The Navy Mothers Club will meet at 7:30 p.m. next Thursday in the home of Mrs. Ray Sharpe at 433 Cookson. Mrs. Puhn attended as a delegate at large representing Luncheon Planned Washington State and also the Daughters of Pioneers of Mason County Women's Washington will meet at noon Republican Club. next Thursday in Taylor Towne. DES Plans Dinner ca,, u,.0o, Order of Eastern Star willOAK PARK serve a ham and salmon dinner A Planned t.~,,~'~_~ from 2 p.m. until 7 p.m. on Unit Development ~~ Sunday in the Union Masonic 426-2646 ~/~/ Temple. I HIMLIE REALTY, INC.~- / are singing, reading, and music. For two years she studied ballet, jazz, tap, Hawaiian and Tahitian dancing. Miss Manke attends the evening drama class currently offered by the Adult Education Program. Cosmetics for YOU IS MAKEUP DAMAGING? Q. Does makeup damage skin? A. N o, unless you are allergic toa specific ingredient in the makeup. In fact, certain types of makeup are actually beneficial to the skin. Liquid makeup, for example, contains moisturizers and oils which can help protect the skin against the sun, wind, and dust. Medicated makeup contains ingredients which help clear up surface blemishes and protect the skin from bacteria. Makeup should, however, be completely removed at least once a day so that the skin can be thoroughly cleansed. COMBINATION MAKEUPS Q. Is there a foundation I can buy that would make powder unnecessary? A. Yes, there are many tinted foundation and powder combination makeups on the market today that give a mat finish to the skin. These makeups, however, do not eliminate the problem of oil shine*through and therefore need to be touched up occasionally. If you do not like the effect of repeated touch-ups with a tinted powder, try one of the new translucent powders which reduce shine without adding more color. Ne,I s Pharmacy Emergency Ph. 426-2165 Fifth & Franklin St.--426-3327 Open Daily 9:30 to 7:30 ~, Saturdays -- 9:30 to 6:00 ON A PAIR DURING ! I WASHER DRYER PAIR SALE That's right! You can save $100 on the famous America's finest home laundry equipment and save $25 to $100 on other Kenmore models! SALE ENDS SATURDAY----- Satisfaction guaranteed or your money back * Sears has a credit plan to suit your needs Shop the easy catalog way... Just pick up the Phone and Call us 24-Hours a Day! EVERG kEEN SQUARE 426-8201 SHELTON i i ii Thursday, October 28, 1971 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Page 7