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November 7, 1963     Shelton Mason County Journal
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November 7, 1963

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 Grandmoiher Club Methodist Men To o:00c armval !0i,nners ,ft's Auxiliar\\; Veterans lJ W " ' _ ors held its regular Auxiliary / WHAT'S GOGKIHG IN WHOSE KITCHEN? Extends Invitation SOC/A Serve Dinner Tonight - / Recipe Favorites Of County Residents EVENTS ' U'lUrne parade a: the carni- First Johnny und Kar- - ere: Joe VCerdall, first; ]ler. second: Greg Bish- [ Third through fifth . Sandy Shetrer first; 'liZard sc'c nd" and Ben  fiVanHorn, tim'd. Sixth ighth grades Sandra |Jirst. Eiieen Sonde, see- IltUei:y S;nett third |riZe for the most out- went to the Moth- to Boy Scout Troop place to the Belfair to the Rhododen- Club Judges were enton of Auxiliary [Mr. and Mrs. Percy oat and Auxiliary N(). r Members Report group enjoyed report on the Convention of the -iChristia n Temperance .! in Oly::pia. Mrs. Ag- -a s Was hostess Friday ::,..ting which was held :]th Lutheran church. ilrl 3. Carlsen gave the !lOad Mrs. Roy Eells re- i, life of one of the ear- iis Whose work resulted ,  Mrs Kanga Mrs rhold and Mrs. David e chosen as captains WiT:Is to secure new mem- =!nSing team to enteriain A LUNCH FAVORITE at Jane Roach's is her special Oatmeal Cookies. Two unusual ingredients give the cookies a delicious "nutty" flavor that improves with age (if you can make enough at one time to last). Jane's two youngest, Shana and Diane, pose with her. A cookie that tastes better as the Rayonier Olympic Research it ages is featured this week. Jane Division and is active in the Sea Roach says she usually makes two Scout program. Besides Alan 8, batches of her oatmeal cookies at a time for this reason. Grated raw apples and cracked wheat give these lunehhox treats a def- initely different flavor. Being the mother of four young- sters doesn't give Jane much time t raeeting will be the ":: Party at the home o: for organization worl: outside of i lerts' the honle. However. she lS assist- eaS iITIN! ant room mother for her son. Alan's. room. She also teaches the Lead; four-five year olds' Sunday school class at the Church of Latter Day tie [ Saints Jane's husband. ,Ves. works at IP, RTHA SGHLAMME TO. PERFORM iIIGHT FOR COMMUHITY CONCERT they have three girls, Colleen, 5, Shana, 4. and Diane, 10 months. Jane likes "old fashioned" things and her hobbies include cro- cheting and quilting, two of the oldest forms of handicrafts. Oatmeal- Cookies 3/4 cup soft shortening 1 cup brown sugar . cup granulated sugar 1 egg 1 tsp. vanilla 3-4 Tbs. molasses 1 cup raw grated apples or 1 cup applesauce 1 cup sifted flour 1 tsp salt  tsp. soda 1 tsp. cinnamon 1 tsp. nutmeg 3 cups uncooked oatmeal l cup raisins walnuts optional/ 1,,) Tbs. cracked wheat optional ) Mix thoroughly shortening, su- gars, egg, molasses and vanilla. Sift together flour salt, soda. cin- namon and nutmeg. Add to shot'- tening mixture, mixing well. Add apples or applesauce. Blend in oats. Raisins and wahmts. Drop by teaspoon onto greased cookie sheet. Bake in 350 degree oven 12-15 minutes. When using cracked wheat, add it to shortening mixture after you put in the molasses. It gives cook- ies quite a nutty taste and walnuts are not really needed. The longer the cookies last the better they taste, getting quite mellow as they age. ::::::::::: K tchen Shewer ; ! : ! For Bride-To-Be :iii:!i:::;: :,: :: :i-'!::i;:i:! i: " Miss Rosemary Stuck was guest ::::: ::::: i: of honor at a k{tchen shower Oct i, 27. Mrs John Lentz and Miss i:. Janet Lentz hosted the affair at i the home of Mrs. Lonnie Stuck. - " = ' Fourteen guests were present. COUNTY Community Concert Association will present Many nice gifts for her future *h I amou h "Son of Man home were received b the bmde . amine, internationa ly f s for er gs Y " y " - 8 p.m. tonight at the Shelton Junior High school, Miss to-be. Scented. candles were won ''pr born in Vienna, has been acclaimed as a folk-stager" y virs. waller Holloway, Miss , esents her nurn}ers as a concert singer. She began Janet Temple and Mrs Lonnie "s.ional career at the Players Theater in London where Stuck  prizes for games played in variety Sows. Since that time she has appeared in au..:ig the evening. =of c United flver candles stood on either  oncerts throughout Europe, Canada and the ._ . ',e she was sine of the lovely white cake f2 Can sing in 16 different languages. In 1957 . . , . "a wth re aeeorated with pink roses whmh i f Ppear at a Chicago night club. She accepted " - . . Or fear of being thought too "artv" However, Miss centered the refreshment table. "% br " " I sin Miss Stuck is the bmde elect of oke attendance records there" and was quirky g - . . retu - " " - nces Mr uiinton Halbert nShe has since made many similar appeara -tkN| t W i = l 1 THURS UUOS n tncls uearance lI%',.:.,... I  only I Go,d Scrip,o , ! ZY"=' I 20o power ' I Pen & Pencil Set i I, '5 9s I Mtcr0scope" I '5oo I :::' I reg. pr,ee" 7.9 I I" '19 9s i 2 only I i - I ICE BUCKETS I 'i'ZD LO'I]ON I I (reg, $5,95) I !_,, ,o I STUFFED I ", , I 2 ,,oo ,,,o i ANIMALS I ,.o, I oty Curl Set ! ' I[])o|trtc I lld  tlaghdt I , . , $ 95 Polaroid Wink bght as =,7.g, .............................................. 12 . " e $ 95 Polam,d Pholo Electrm Shall r was ,.9, ........................ 19 . , $ 95 750 power Microscope ,.,as ,., ..................... 10 Pharmacy " I Govey Bldg. For Hew Membership The Assoei,ated Grandmother Clubs of Washing'ton has extended an invitation to grandmothers of Mason County to form additional clubs and join the association. There are 61 clubs in the state Of Washington at the present time with some 1600 menIhers. The objectives of the associa- tion are to build a retirement honie in the state of Washington for Washington grandmothers where they may retire in comfort, inde- pendent of their children; to serve their eonimunity and in hospitals and nursing homes, as club mem- bers. when needed: to establish better living conditions for our aged. The organization is non-sectar- ian and n0n-p01:tical. Each club consists of six or more grandmo- thers, through motherhood, mar- rmge or adpption. They meet once a month and through their ef- forts in bazaars, rummage les. cake hakes, card parties and var- ious other fund-rais/ng activities, raise money for the Home Build- ing hind. The association has purchased eight acre of land for a home- site. at Sequim, Wash. It is fully paid for and there is over $8,000 in the building fund. A state con- venton is held each year alternat- ing between Eastern and Western "vVashington. The 1964 convention will be held in Port Angeles. Anyone interested in forming or joining a club in this community and desiring further information regarding doing so, may obtain it by writing to either the State President. Mrs. Estelle Wollaston, 3402 N.E. 75th St., Seattle. or Mrs. Kathleen C. Leftwieh, 5605, S. ,V. Hanford St., Seattle. (Mrs: Leftwich is the former Kathleen Fairchild and a 1920 graduate of Shelton high school). Mrs. WoN laston is available to come and help organize anytime a group can get together. GOLDEN AGE CLUB POTLUCK MEETING The Golden Age Club will meet for a noon potluck next Thursday at the Memorial hall. A business meeting will follow. At the last meeting 65 members were present. The Tune Toppers played for the dance. Use Journal Want Ad Local CYO Wins Outstanding Award CYO members and adult advis- ors attended the tenth annua CYO Convention at the Olympic Hotel last week-end. Main higl:- light of the convention was the resentation of the Christ the King award gven each year to outstanding teen clubs throughout the Arch-Diocesan of Seattle. St. Edward's CYO parish club was among the ten recipients. There are 120 affiliated teen clubs in the Arch,Diocesan. CYO members attending were FrLn Demmon. Mary Buechell. Kathy Flower. Evelyn Clark, Jennie Herron Mary Johnsen. Melody Morgan, Pare lfcComb. Roy Ritner II, Jim Doerty and Dennis Pozarski. They were ac- companied by Mrs. Walter Doer- ty and Miss Charleen Smith, adult advisor. SEY Gub. ,Carnival Proves Successful The St. Edward's youth Club extends its thanks to everyone who helped" make its caa'nival the mmcess it was. Barry Caskin was the winner of the stuffed lion. Should anyone else be interested in Christmas cards with their name imprinted ou them please phone Pat' Connolty, 426-8548. This is the last call on imprints but the group has a large stock of Christmas cards on hand for se- lection from now until Christmas time. The next business meeting of the SEY will be a potluck dinner meeting at 6 p.m. tomorrow night in the church basement. All Cath- olic Junior high students are cord- ially invited to attend. Dues are one dollar a year. RECUPERATING Mrs. Loza McCord, who has been quite ill recently, is recuper- ating at her daughter's home in Seattle. Mrs. Alviene (Bina) Hope copse to visit her mother while[ she was iii and decided to take her home with her. At WSOS Bazaar  this man The Methodist men get in on the act ,,,night when they take gives you ovor the dinner spot at the annnal Methodist "Vomcn's Society ot CiIristian Service bazaar which driving pleasure will be held from 11 am to 7:30 p.m. today at the armory. Luncheon will be served by the wmnen from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. - He gives your car a lift through with a choice of three hot dishes t.I proper lubrication, He helps you and salad, rolls, dessert and cot- fee. Donation will be $1. avoid trouble by keeping those A Swiss Steak dinner will be | smoother driving! served by the men from 5:30-7:- 30 p.m. Donation for this nieal bearings from getting too dry, will be $1.50 with a 50 cent child's plate being offered. , Come let our expert lube man Booths will feature foods, ap- rons, fancy work. Christmas gift grease your car to insure you of ideas and many ot:hers. VICKI LEE AUXILIARY The Vieki Lee Orthopedic Aux- iliary will hold its meeting next ONE stop here will keep you safely on the GO ! Monday at the home of Mrs. Gord- o:, o,00n OLE'S HOBILQAS SERVICE co-hostess. Everyone is to bring something for making Christmas decorations. Dues and calendar money have to be in this meeting. 1ST AND PINE 426-36 You'll agree 0AR[GO Butter makes it better No substitute can match the flavor and  f: nutritious goodness of Darigold Sweet  : Cream Butter. Cookies, cakes 'n all your ' baking, will taste beter with Darigold : : : Butte  '::'  z  r or farorite stor HARVE SAVINGS Prices Effective NOVEMBER 7-8-9 Right To Limit Serve-U Saves-U $ DARIGOLO BUTTER Gra,o AA Per ,o,o, ................................ 59* EGGS Local Ranch ..... AA Ex. rge .................................................... oo.. 53 SHUR-FfiESH BUTTERHORNS o,y ,. "Of Four ........ 33* FLEISGHMANN'S MARGARINE Corn Oil Pound ...... 3/$1 A.B.G. HI NEIGHBOR ASSORTMENT ,.o.. 49* Pkg. WH|TESTARGHUNK TUNA ,.o,. Tins ................ 4/$1 PET EVAPORATED MILK :,a."s ................. ;;-o, 8/Sl SHUR.FRESH CHOPPED BROQt 2;: 7/$1 Sli..,FSESH e00sv LI00a eE!00 ;',o'::. 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