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PACE 8 . SIIELTON--MASON COUNTY JOURNAL- Published in 'Chrstmastown, U.KA.", Shelton, Washington Thursday, 0ct ( EAGLES' NEWS I -- _ ..... DIAN WOODS, JERRY MALLORY Gysh© hbrom F,im Georgme R00dL,a i i 50UAL R CEREMONY Slated November II O0000hO00o00dlc e WHAT'S COOKING IN, WHOSE KITCHEN? PRES,OENT v,S,TS II Eagles Slate President, Irma I I WED IN 0CTOBE ; !i: Hunt from Puyallup, visited Shel-ll m  m A film on Cystic Fibrosis will Guild met 0etob be Shown at 8:30 p.m. November brook Inn. HosteSS ]'€/,, ton Eagles AuxPiarv No, 2079 I kVkM/5 l lat the Memorial Hall. The spon- tolls luncheon preC!. October'22. Past St'te President, t[ soring group Eight and Forty, iness meel.ing was Je-: lM:able Bartell of Kelso, was also " invites the public to attend " lie,'. A rccm'n g,'ol;g]:i. present. Mrs Hunt gave a lalk on NIIA PINOCIILE Cystic Fibrosis iv the most ecru- lhe hmeheon and meeting',|?-,. MAXINE MELL likes her Party Seafood Casserole fer special occasions or for busy days when a one-dish meal is an important time-saver. If your family likes sea food at all you'll probably add this recipe to your "favorite" list. lfaxine MeWs Party Seafood Casserole is indeed true party fare, but is economical enouga %nat ,t does not have to be saved just for special occasions. The ease of .... " iS preparatmn makes zt a good b 1 y day" casserole, Salad and rolls will complete your " meal. Maxine and Art Moll have four children, three girls and a boy. Kathy is 16, Patty 14, Sandy 10, and Jimmy .8. The Timc-Watchers 4-H group is one of Maxine's spare-time pro- jects. She has worked with the group as co-leader, and is active in the Southside PTO. Gardening is a year-round pleasure for her as she has a greenhouse. She also likes to knit. Party Seafood Casserole 3 lard cooked eggs, sliced 1 5-oz. can shrimp, cut in halves 1 7-oz. can tuna, well drained n 1 d 2-oz. can mushrooms, stems a pieces 1 6-oz. can crab meat 2 cups medium white sauce ,4-1b. cheddar cheese, grated 1 cup bread crumbs mixed with Va cup butter melted. Place in buttered eight-inch bak- ing dish, layers of each of the above ingredients, sawng the cheese and buttered crumbs until last for the topping. Bake in 325 degree oven for 45 minutes. This amount serves 5-6 people. EDITOR'S NOTF--Last week's recipe for hot chicken dish stated the sauce portion of the recipe to be made with one cup chicken fat, 3/4 cup flour and one cup broth. The broth should be changed to one quart. JOURNAL WANT ADS GET RESULTS! BUSINESS DIRECTORY AtoGlass ,, , Heating " ExhOrt check I'| , C16an - up Installation ]:l . Minor & major repairs Iii STARKEY'S HEATING JIM PAULEY, INC. I/ Sales & Service 5th &Railroad Ph. 426-8231 11514 Ellinor 426-4673 ./j Barber , I Appointments : Wednesday & Thurs. 9:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. PHONE 426-2072 BERNIE'S BARBER SHOP Insurance . Disability, Hospitalization . Life • Retirement Funds Mutual & United of Omaha Duane Rodgers - 426-6142 i i Beauty ...... I • Hair Cuts - $1.50 • Shampoo & Set  $2.00 • Permanents - $7.50 up • Evening Appohltmen CHRISTMASTOWN SALON 114 S. 4th downtown 426-8643 Landscaping I -. Lawns, rookeries, trees shrubs Top soil, tilling, leveling Free estiinates SUNSET LANDSCAPING Herbert Baze 426.47i8 n i i Building .... • New Building • Remodeling • Cabinet Making Shelton Home Building Joe Rank,719 N. 4th 426-4545 Draperies ,, , custom made • free estirnate • work guaranteed J. C, PENNEY CO. 305 RR Ave. Ph. 4268283 i,i Masonry , Brick, Block, Stone : QUality Workmanship • Free Estimates • Contract or Hourly Basis BILL CARLSON Rt. 3, BOX 331 426-4480 Sand, Gravel • Top Soil • Pet Soil • Custom Tractor Work Johns Creek Sand & Gravel 426-3552 Norm Anderson Sewing Machine: i Drugs , u l . Sales, Service Rentals I" • Helena Rubinstein cos- [ [ . New and Used | | • Free Pickup & Delivery | mettc= I | Singer sewing Center | • Prescriptions I . Hypo-Allergic cosmetics I | 117 5th Ave, East - Olympia ! | Open 'til 9 p.m. Fri. | NEll'S PHARMACY | ] Ph. 357-7586 U Govey Bldg. Ph• 426-3327 Electrical ..... • House wiring & rewiring • Electric Heating • Trouble Shooting . Licensed & Bonded' Contractor JIM EINARSSON ELEC, Star Rte. 2, Box ,37, 426-6520 i Electrical • Falrbanks-Morse Pumps • Electric Heating • Westinghouse Appliances SHELTON ELECTRIC CO. 419 Railroad Ph. 426-6283 i , f , Tire Service ,, • New OK Tires • Recapping • Used OK TIRE STORES Mt. 11ew - Ph. 426-4832 Jl , i Travel • Air - Rail - Steamship • Bus - Hotels - Tours • No Extra Charge For Our Service Angle Travel Res. Center 401 Railroad A've. 426-8272 426-4134 Floor Coverings i . Linoleum ! . Tile • Carpeting • Formica i REX FLOOR COVERING Mr. View Ph, 426,2292 i TV Service .... • Radio - TV • Phonographs CB 2:way radib LEROY'S TV SERVICE Mr, View Ph. 42.6-317f2" ret:lrded children, her project for ('LUB MONi)A' the year. The St%A Pinochle Club will Shelkon s rve:l dinner to, lhe meet at 8 p.m. next. Mon::ay at gr(mp be%re the meetiPg ann the Memorial Hall. desser fo'hr.vi.,  it. Vidtors f"o: ^ f,o last meeting aline Petty Tenino. P,wt Greliard. Cig Hat had high score and Vi Laugen, bor and I(e's,) v:erc 1)resent. second high, for the women. Walt :" * * Austin hem men's high score with VISIT PORT ORCHARD L,,a =..c z;man:us, secont. Eagles Auxiliary No. 2079 ra(-le Juice Petty and Le(mne Miller a visitation to P()rt Orchard Oct- hold 1500 trun-:p. Grace Wells and ober 17. After the meeting a Hal- Edna Clavy won the double pln- loween costume party was eii)y- co.no. ed by everyone with many prizes f or the best e0sttlmOS. Lnnch was servccl afterwards. EAGLES VISIT Shelton was well rem'esented at the District meet in Tenino Octo- ber 13. On October 15 members of the auxiliary attended the Ta- coma Roundup. Dorothy Ends act- ed as one of the trustees for this meeting. CARD PARTY WINNER Ernie Sweiger and Philip An- derson took 1st and 2nd places respeetive!y at the October 12 card party. Women's high places went to Edna Kneeland and Leona MASON COUNTY JUNIOII DRILL TEAJI ME1CTS The meeting of the Mason Coun- ty Jm]ior Drill Team was held at the home of Dr. and Mrs. I)oug Larson Oct. 15. Anyone interested in horses and jo'nin .. the drill Ieam is urged to atLenl the next meetin wb;ct will be held November 20 at the Capitol l-Iiil clubhouse. Ma.-ce! Atl- l noch will be guest speaker. Par- t ents are re'god to attend. men's high; Paul Dittman. 2nd high; Avis Saeger. women's high; Alice Crossan 2nd high. Travel- Anderson. Traveling pinochle was ing pinochle went to Philip An- taken by Edna Kneeland and John. derson and Avis Saeger. Riter. The next card party will be No- Taking honors at the October vember 9 at the Eagles airport 26 card party were Donald Ragan. hall. The public is invited. High School S-P00i00 : PAM CLAYTON comes from a "teaching" family and plans to carry on the family tradition. She has lived in Grapeview since she was five years old and attended Shelton schools since the eighth grade. # $ One of the seniors enjoying the first full year in the new Shelton High School is Pare Clayton. Pare has attended Shelton schools since the eighth grade., Before that she was a "country school" student as the Clayton family lives at GraPevie w. As a junior, Pare took a fling at. dramatics, playing one of the roles in "Harvey", the Junior play. She is a member of Pep Club. Tlespians, FTA and is secretary of Latin Club. She is also school projectionist. For her last year in high school Pam has chosen teachers' orien- tation, chemist'y, French II, Sr. English and civics as her subjects. Chemistry is her favorite subject, though not epecially her best. Pare is a member of the 0andy- stripers, a group of young girls who help out 'at the ho:q)ital in their spare time. She also belongs to Rainbow. In the spring she turns out for tennis. After high sJhool Pare wants to attend college, probably West- ezra at Bellingham; and traiu to be a teacher. With two teachers in the family already this is not surprising. Pam's father, Walt Clayton. is a junior high school teacher and coach. Her mother is a substitute teacher. At present Pam's choice is teaching history in high school. Other children in the Clayton household include ram's brother, Chief. a freshman this year, and her sister. Georgia, age 10. Our "senior in the spotlight" is a brunette, has dark brown eyes and is 5'5" tall. She waft born in Aberdeen and moved to Grapeview at the age of five. Water and snow skiing are her favorite hobbies. YOU]:00. LETI ERHEAD DOES IT REPRESENT YOUR BUSINESS AS IT IS TODAY? Your letterhead h Important. Aa attractive, tasteful letterhead can in- crease tho prestige and impact of your correspondence. It should be p-to-datv, assuming the present- ay personality of your business. If Tou think your letterhead could stand improvement, coma tn and discuss it with us. We'll ba glad to supply you with a type layout or art sketch of a "new look" for your letterhead and envelope• No charge or obliga- lisa, of coursv, t MR. AND MRS. JERRY MALLORY (Dian Woods) following their October 19 wedding in the First Methodist church. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Don Woods. His parents are Mr. and Mrs. Robert Temple. They will make their home inGrayland while he is stationed in Westport with the U. S. C'oast Guard. White and eranbTy were*the predominating colors used in dec-] orations and flowers for the Octo- ber 19 wedding of Miss Dian Woods and Mr. Jerry Mallory. The double ring ceremony for the daughter of :Mr. and Mrs. Don Woods and the son of Mr, and Mrs. Robert Temple was perform- ed by Roy. Horace Mounts in the First Methodist Church. All are of Shelton. Baskets of white mums and cranberry stock graced the front of the ilatform. Cranberry net- ting and white ribbon decorated the aisle candles, Mr. Woods escorted his daugh- ter down the aisle. She was love- ly in an elegant gown fashioned of imported silk bombazine and chantilly lace. It was detailed by a lace bodice, scalloped neckline and long sleeves. The traditional look of the full skirt was captured by tie;s of lace which swept grace- fully into a chapel train. Her headpiece was a small crown of delicate pearls 'and cut crystals. This was fastened to a bouffant veil of silk illusion. She carried a bouquet of pink roses and white stephanotis. Miss Colleen Dombroski. maid of honor, wore a cranberry street- length dress with bell.shaped skirt styled with a fitted waist and a matching hat. In similar attire were the bridesmaids, the Misses Sherry Kent, Sue Mallory, Kathy Santamaria. Janet Temple and Susan Woods. All carried colonial bouquets of white carnations with pink lace and netting. The flower girl was Miss Suzie Gruver who was pretty in a white embroidered batiste dress with a cranberry satin sash. Bobby Woods was ring hearer. Candle lighters, Miss Kay DeMiero and Miss Sharon Townsend, were dres- sed to match the other attendants. Best man for the bridegroom was Mr, Jack Mallory. Ushers were the Messrs. Jean Myers, Dick Okonek, Larry Skillman, Tom My- =l: .T. ors and Dennis Temple. Mrs. Doris Hillman. organist, accompanied Mrs. Dick Okonek as she sang "Because", and, "The Lord's Pray- rio '. For her daughter's wedding Mrs. Woods wore a cranberry mohair suit with matching hat ann bone shoes and gloves. An aqua and gray wool two-piece dress with gray accessories was worn by Mrs. Temple. Both mothers wore corsages ot pink rosebuds with feathered white ca,nations. The reception was held in the church parlors following the cere- mony. The reception table center- piece was of white mums and cranberry stock flanked by crystal candelabras belonging to the bride's grandmother. The maltese cross cake was designed with ros- es cascading" down the front and was toppec 1 witb three wedding bells and two white doves. Serving were the Mesdames Jack Mallory, Barbara Woods Charles Lentz, John Lentz, John Temple. Evelyn Coburn, Warren Woods and Bill Coburn. Mrs. Den- nis Temple took charge of the guest book and Mrs. Barry Caskin attended the gift table. A memory candle, made by Mrs. Arthur Christensen as a gift to the bride and groom, was aglow during the reception. The newlyweds are both grad- uates of Shelton High School. The bride attended Olympic C01Iege and is presentIy employed by the State Division of Banking in Olympia. The bridegroom is with the U.S. Coast Guard. stationed at Westport. The Mallorys will make their home in Grayland. SOUTHSIDE GRANGE The next meeting of the South- side Grange will be held Friday evening and will begin with a 6:30 p.m. potluck dinner. The attxiliary will meet next Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Avis Saeger. men :n(t serio-s disease of in- Mrs. Roy McConReY fancy and childhood. It effects the presided a( tie meetin hmgs and digestion. Thick mucus on the by-laws of th{ clogs the hmgs and prevents the be given'qt lhe next flow of digestive juices from the Ms. R. O. Yeager, ! mncreas into the snmll intestine lhe by-l'tws c.ommitte leaving the child prey to lmeunmn- The November mee ia and snbjeet to nmhmtrition. In held at the Cohmial some Cystic Fibrosis babies a bloc- Mrs. Purl JemisOn aS ked intestine .at birth remdres im .......... mediate life-saving Sllrg'try. Clmritv is quite as.[ - ............................. dora, bu} when charr Use Journal Want Ads-pea,., it iv k'novcn bY and endurance .... ,18 J II A METER CAN'T MEASURE The True Value of EOTRIOITI The electric meter, as accurate and pre- cise as man can make. measures the amount of electricity you use each month. But even this accu- rate instrument can't measure the real val- ue of electricitythe family pleasure from "rv, radio, record play- er . . . the work-sav- mg electric washer & dryer . . . the kitchen clean-up team of elec- tric dishwasher and waste disposal . . . the convenience of the food freezer and re- frigerator . . . the marvels of electric air conditioning and elec- tric heat. Nothing you buy does more to bring comfort, convenience and better living than your electric service, a bargain you'll de- pend on every day of the year. PoU D NO. 3 -" ,ir . . ,,0,,. 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