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e inson Very active in the auxiliary to the VFW is Fae Robinson, color bearer for both District No. 5 and the local auxiliary. She has twice held the presidency, and is currently secretary-treasurer of the past presidents club of District No. 5. She is the Youth Activity Chairman forthe VFW auxiliary. Several times a year the group presents to Rainier School in Buckley clothing to be distributed as needed. They sponsor a girl in Rainier School, Robin Rockafellow, and she receives from them special gifts at Christmas and on her birthday; the auxiliary sends, to the school office, money for Robin's "snack fund", which is given to her as needed throughout the year. The VFW auxiliary has also donated in the past to the Rogers School and will be assisting the new school, which will need more equipment than can be provided by the school district. Mrs. Robinson is interested in the Exceptional Foresters, for whom the VFW Post and auxiliary presented a Halloween party. They visited the boys with freshly-baked cup cakes and apple cider. The young men were asked what sort of entertainment they preferred. "Just talk to us," they said, "we'd rather have just visiting than a lot of games." Volunteers often take the boys to church, to Sunday School, or just for an outing. "More people are needed," Fae states, "just to be friends with the boys. They enjoy conversation so much." Fee Robinson, although born in Tacoma, thinks of Shelton as her home town. "I started first grade here." she explains, "and was graduated from Shelton High School. I met my husband, Wayne, here and we were married in Shelton and FAE ROBINSON fashions candles in many forms and sizes. "I'm always saving odd and interesting bits of junk materials," she laughs, "and eventually I find uses for them." Twelve years or so ago, she became interested in the making of candies. She fashioned them, in various forms and sizes and types, for herself, for gifts, for bazaars. She uses either paraffin or regular candle wax, melting it over very low heat in a three-pound coffee can filled to no more than the half-way mark. "The wax could easily catch fire," she warned, "if the can until the candle is hardened, after which the bottom may be cut from the can and the finished candle pushed out. Hollow candles are created by the use of containers of two sizes. Place one within the other and pour wax into the larger, leaving the inside can empty to be removed after the "shell" has set. A small flat candle should be placed within the hollow to show through the outer wall of wax as it burns. Such candies are attractive when placed on a foil-covered disk of cardboard and UNICEF Is Aided By Drive About 50 youth from several churches of Shelton met at the United Methodist Church Sunday evening and went trick-or-treating for UNICEF as a part of a world-wide program of support for children. The group collected $390, and then gathered at the Methodist church afterwards for a party. The money collected will go towards helping children around the world. Some of the money, for example, may be used to help buy school supplies in Mauritius, or a regular supply of safe water in India, or protection from trachoma in Ethiopia. Dr. Richard Engan, Chairmen of Christian Social Concerns of the United Methodist Church supervised the arrangements, and many men and women helped by driving the car-loads of youth to the different sections of town. Others helped with the Halloween parties at the church Dr. Engen expressed sincere thanks to everyone who donated time, money, and help to make this year's UNICEF a success. National Guard Is Recruiting The Shelton National Guard is opening a recruiting program for the first time in six years. Three years ago, it was virtually impossible to get into the National Guard as most units were full and an enlistment freeze had been ordered. Hundreds were on waiting lists at this time. Now, as guardsmen complete their military obligation, discharges have created a limited number of vacancies. Oct. 12 was the "Kickoff" date for the state wide recruiting campaign by the Washington Army National Guard to fill vacancies as they occur National Guard recruiting in the Shelton area has set up an information center at the Armory 6th and Franklin Sts. The center, open from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. daily, has been created to inform the public and potential recruits of the opportunities now available in the Guard, and the "Try One" Today, Thursday, Nov. 4 Rotary Club luncheon, noon, Ming Tree Cafe. 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. Multi-service Center board meeting, 7:30 p.m. at the center. Fair Harbor Grange; potluck, 6 p.m.; meeting, 7:30 p.m., Grapeview fire hall. DPW, noon, Taylor Town. Navy Mothers, 7:30 p.m., home of Mrs. Ray Sharp, 443 Cookson. Rummage sale, 10 a.m. - 5 p.m., PUD. Sponsored by Mason General Hospital Auxiliary. Shel-Toa, home of Nola Parson. Friday, Nov. 5 Chamber of Commerce board meeting, 7:30 a.m., Hy-Lond Inn. VFW auxiliary, 8 p.m., Memorial Hall. Rummage sale, 10 a.m. - 4 p.m., PUD. Sponsored by Mason General Hospital Auxiliary. Senior Citizens, noon, multi-service Center. WCTU noon potluck, home of Mrs. Merrill Wingard. Saturday, Nov. 6 Country Store, 10 a.m. - 2 p.m., Grapeview fire hall. Moose crab feed, 6 p.m.; fun night, 8 pm., at the lodge. Sunday, Nov. 7 Shelton churches invite you to attend the church of your choice. Monday, Nov. 8 PUD No. 3 commission meeting, 1 p.m.; PUD conference room. County commission meeting, 10 a.m., court house. Shelton Bridge Club Champagne Dinner & Tournament, 6 p.m., Timbers Restaurant. Goodwill truck in town. Phone 426-4847 for pickups. It's About Time Tops, 7 p.m., County Health Office. continued to livehere." were too full, or the heat toosurrounded with a border of program for veterans. Christian Women's Club, They have four children and high." whipped wax ornamented with noon, Hy-Lond Inn. three grandchildren. Mrs. She adds crayons for color, glitter and sequins and tiny Mason County Salon No. 508 Robinson for seven years has been and sometimes she includes scent, figurines if desired Degree Class 8 & 40, 7 p.m., Memorial Hall. employed as bookkeeper for which can be purchased in a To make whipped wax, melt WSNA District No. 22, 7:30 Miller's Department Store. hobby shop. paraffin or old candles and whip IS Planned ., . -.~.~.',~ Mason General Hospital She has always been The wax is poured into a with a rotary beater until it Persons interested in a master ! Jti~groom. mold, which may be as simple or resembles snow. This substance interested in handicrafts, of business administration evening Tuesday, Nov. 9 as fancy as desired. Molds may be LOWREY & PIANOS RENT or BUY on Easy Terms 1ohnny's Music Box 205 Cola 426-4302 purchased in many shapes and s~zes; a tin can may be used, or milk cartons, or plastic bottles. Regular wicks may be bought, or heavy cord can be used. Dip into wax and allow to harden. After pouring wax into can, 'allow it to set until of a soft consistency before inserting wick. Foil, or a lid, wtth a hole in the center should be placed on top of the can with the wick pulled through the hole. This procedure holds the wick in proper position "Start your own personal wig wardrobe with our wig special this week." will attractively decorate plain tapers or other types of candles. Crayons may be added to create different color effects. A quick, easy, inexpensive and very pretty candle can be made from a single box of paraffin, according to Fae Robinson. She melts the blocks slightly to soften them, sticks them together in pairs, places a wick between the two halves and joins them to make a rectangular candle. She adds a frosting of whipped wax, preferably tinted, and decorates with sequins and glitter. Centerpieces are made by placing a tall candle on a plastic foam base into which are inserted artificial flowers, greenery and ornaments. Ribbons, feathers and figurines may be included. With the Purchase of Any Wig, Buy the Second Wig (of $29.95 quality) for Only $5 or a Wiglet for only $3 ,Use your second wig for that special Christmas Gift! Speaking of Christmas, Get your order in soon for those Revlon gifts! Make your Appointment sarly for the Holidays! t ~t #t Vacationers and newcomers welcome. 6 fine operators to serve you. 1428 OLYMPIC HWY. SO: Phone 426-6659 Evenings By Appt. Open Men. thru Saturday Page 8 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Thursday, November 4. 1971 Tarlittle When crowling's too slow and walking is still a whole new world .. protect those little tender feet and give them fit, support and grow room in the right places. $ Other Styles from $6.99 study program in Shelton are invited to attend a meeting at 7 p.m., Thursday, Nov. 11, at Simpson Timber Company's Colonial House, 222 Pine Street. Pat Rodgers, Simpson's Better Methods coordinator at Shelton, says Dr. Vernon Stinzi, Dean of the School of Business at Pacific Lutheran University in Tacoma, will meet with the group to discuss scheduling a night school program here. Members of PLU's business faculty would conduct the accredited courses with a general management orientation. Candidates for a graduate business administration program to be conducted here should immediately call Rodgers at Simpson's Colonial House. His telephone number is 426-3381, extension 284. , FP./E GOLDEN EGG as seen on TV, given with each pete of /lED GOOSE SHOES l---&;:S/,o;, c,u N,,, Over 3~285 Members ] la - -= ................... 107 S. 4th Shelton Kiwanis Club luncheon, noon, Timbers Restaurant. City commission meeting, 2 p.m., city hall. School board meeting, 8 p.m., Evergreen School. 4-H leaders council meeting, 7:30 p.m., extension office. Moose lodge, 8 p.m., airport hall. Degree of Honor, 8 p.m., Memorial Hall. Elinor Chapter OES, 8 p.m., Union Masonic Hall. Mason County Credit Women, 7:30 a.m., Timbers Restaurant. Eagles auxiliary, 7:30 p.m., Eagles hall at the airport. Hood Canal Improvement Club, 7:30 p.m., Union Fire hall. WSCS, noon, United Methodist Church. Christmas Gift Open House, 10 a.m. - 3:30 p.m., PUD. Wednesday, Nov. 10 Christmas Town Tops, 7 p.m., Multi-service Center. Soroptimist Club, 8 p.m., PUD conference room. Pledge ceremony, ESA Beta Zeta, 7 p.m., Falls Terrace. Thursday, Nov. 11 Rotary Club luncheon, noon, Ming Tree Cafe. Toastmasters Club, 6:45 a.m., Timbers Restaurant. Slimette Tops, 7 p.m., court house annex. St. Edward's Woman's Club, board meeting, 7:30 p.m.; regular meeting, 8 p.m.; at the church. Inn Quest Activities Set New hours are coming to the Inn Quest. Also happening soon are nominations and elections for the executive board, musical entertainment, volunteer training sessions, a rummage sale, and hosting of the Shelton Democratic clubs. Beginning November 8th the Inn Quest will be open from 3 p.m. to 9 p.m. on Mondays and Wednesdays. These hours could expand to include all weekdays, depending upon response. Phil Lovegren will be providing entertainment to the teenagers attending the Inn Quest this Friday night. He will perform from 10 p.m. until 1 a.m. Also among the activities this weekend will be the taking of nominations for the executive board Due to the loss of a list of nominations taken on October 22nd and 23rd, voting will be postponed until November 12th and 13th. All who made nominations on October 22nd and 23rd are asked to renominate those people. New nominations are also welcome. A second volunteer training session for future kitchen and hotline workers will be held on Monday, November 8th after the regular board meeting. All interested teenagers are welcome. Christina Savage Succumbs At 91 Mrs. Christina Sarah Savage of Tobin and Poplar Streets died Monday in Fir Lane Terrace Convalescent Center at the age of 91 years. She was born July 17, 1880 in La Farge, Wis. and came to this area in 1934. Mrs. Savage was a member of the Christian Alliance Church, the Skokomish Grange and the Pomona Grange. Survivors include four sons, Floyd Savage of Olympia, and Charles, Virdon and Alva of Shelton; four daughters, Mrs. Oleta Cable of Port Townsend, Mrs. Leota Dean of Olympia, Mrs. Lilly Loitz of Shelton and Mrs. Ellen Rebman of Union; a sister, Mrs. Flossie Pierce of Wisconsin; 22 grandchildren; and 35 great-grandchildren. A service was held at 2 p.m. Wednesday in Batstone Funeral Home. The Ray. Earl Evers officiated and burial was in Shelton Memorial Park. Two Are Morton G. Dies In Morton G. : Ferry St., died of 76 years in Olympia. He was 1895 in had lived in years. He was was a I and Barracks VeteranS One. He was a Fisherman's Club. Mr. Adams is wife, Ida, of three daul Thatcher of Mary Ream of Shirley grandch Forrest of San Arthur of RenD, sisters, Mrs. City, Nab., Mrs. of Santa CruZ, Gladys Gerhardt The Ray. officiated at a Batstone a.m. MondaY. Shelton Memorial In lieu of were made to the Two young Shelton men were arrested Friday on charges of grand larceny in connection with the theft of a tape deck and tapes Arrested were Daniel Douglas Hood, 18, Rt. 10, Box 4, Shelton, and Lanny Paul Olsen, 19, 1003 Railroad Ave., Shelton. Hood was arrested at 2:25 p.m. at the Mason County Court House and Olsen at 3:50 p.m., also at the court house. CHARAC description of want others to see us. Call OAK A Planned Unit Development 426.2646 HIMLIE REALTY' Your On the Right Course When you set sail for the MIlL And Our Famous School Board The Shelton School Board will have its regular November meeting at 8 p.m. Nov. 9 in the Evergreen School Library. 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 1/3 t Special good only Nov. 1 thru 15! If you call during the special and schedule your sittings before the end of November, the special price will apply. - Our Complete Sewing Center Reg. $3.98 NOW NYLON NET 18 colors. For your craft ideas ......... 296 re. TERRY CLOTH PRINTS Dan River. For that Xmas bath rode- Stripes, Solids, Patterns $2.98 Value NOW FELTEX PRINTED FLANNELETTE guS$ortad Patterns & colors. For the little ones sleepwear ................ Yd. SHIRT PLAIDS Permanent press. 50% polyester/50qk ottOa Regularly $1.29 In Tweeds, stripes & patterns NOW Seamless Stretch FOR Prices good Thurs.-Fri.-Sat. Nov. 4-5-6 350 STORES THROUGHOUT TEN WESTERN EVERGREEN SQUARE SHELTON