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November 11, 1971

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ecoupage Decoupage, according to Carol Hews, was in the 17th century a craft for the decoration of French Provincial furniture. It has been revived in a simplified form as a hobby. Carol, who has lived in the Shelton area tnnce 1966, has been interested in the art for the past two years and has made many plaques, and decorated many boxes. Mrs. Plews was born, reared and married in Tacoma. She and her husband, Gary, have three little pre-schoolers. Chris is four years old, Robbie is two; Andrea is almost one. "I am president of the Jayettes this year," Mrs. Hews explained, "and I am so busy with my children and with the duties me icers re In New officers installed at the October 20 meeting of Girls' League were Virginia Dundas, president; Sharee Franklin, vice-president; Jennie Cross, secretary; Jane Gibson, program chairman; JulieHaley, art chairman; Dale Ray, social chairman; Mary Whittenburg, Pepstaff chairman; Karen Kytta, accompanist; Carol Barnett, flagbearer; Gaff Fuller and Mary French, color guard. Representatives from ninth grade are Burble Dorcy and Robyn Ogden; from the eighth Women To Meet In Tumwater The Olympia Chapter of the National Organization For Women will sponsor a talk by Isabelle Gates Rosenfels of the State Human Rights Commission to be held at 8 p.m. Monday in the Unitarian Church, 219 B, Tumwater. As supervisor of the Commission's Age and Sex grade, Jessie Cross and Kristie Manke; from the seventh grade, Janie Eager and Cheri Johnson. Installing officers were Alexis Kuhr and Virginia Dundas. Pianist was April Kuhr. A welcome speech was delivered by Mr. Jackson. By' JAN DANFORD During my sister's summer visit she prepared for me one morning my breakfast, and a more playful plate of vittles I have never seen before nor since. Heavy-lipped with rashers of bacon and with a crimson blab of jelly for a nose, the food-face was flanked by triangular ears of toast all Mrs. Morley Kramer, Shelton librarian, spoke on Women's Lib. A ballet was performed by Patti Brewer. Viki Skaar sang and played guitar, and a poem was recited by Jennie Knudsen. The theme was "Autumn is a Beginning." Officers Elected For Bridge Club Shelton Bridge Club officers for the coming year are Warren Russell, president; Clyde Ruddell, vice-president; and Helen Ruddell, secretary. North-South winners at Monday night's annual dinner meeting were Lenora Dudley and Evelyn Wills; Tuey Schumacher and Bob Quimby; Bruce Kreager and Clyde Ruddell; Aggie Murray and Hassan Shatila. Winners for East-West were Mr. and Mrs. Warren Russell; Col. Dudley and Aubrey Wills; Mr. and Mrs. Henry Stock; Lynn Rust and Shirley Byrne. of the office that I've had to drop Division, Mrs. Rosenfels isand it sprouted tiny tufts of Neal White many of my other activities." directly concerned with theparsley hair• Staring at me She plans to participate in the enforcement of the newly passed soulfully were white-rimmedMatrons To Meet , m |l state legislation which forbids egg-yolk orbs of bright and ElinorChapter No. 177 dES 4~ I-4:-k e_k__l Community Library Association when time permits; and when her discrimination in employment for quivering yellow. Past Matrons Club will meet next k~ I I I g ~ O ~ I10 O I q~-- - --Ip UI I I ~ II own children are in school, she reasons of sex. I pity the party-goer who Thursday in the home of Frances v -- _ hopes to resume her teaching All interested men and might be confronted by such a Moake, located north of ,,Svorts are my hobbv", states Kip is a SHS soph0t career. Mrs. Hews taught at the women are invited to attend the visage on his morning-after.Lilliwaup. Neal White, who has lettered for sister, Vicki, is a fifth'g junior high level for four years in meeting. "It's beautiful, I told my An important business three years in football, two years Vice-presiden Tacoma and for one year in sister as she waited in " " in baseb and a year in sophomore • I meetingwillfollowthe noon all class undo Slielton. hand-clasped eagerness for my potluck, basketball• "I hope to make a class, Neal White is She loves music, with a . . praise, "but I simply can't eat a career of coaching or in some Class President. lie s~] preference for the classical; she Urllo~ Ladles soft egg." other area of athletics." Senate for two year~ reads a great deal, and holds a assured"N°me,tr°ublewhiskingat themall'" backShe Guild Meets Neal, the son of Mr. and Mrs. yearn membe;n~fedll' strong interest in archaeology. Meet Today into the skillet. Gene White, was born in Shelton board. He atE . She is adept in the execution of Donnie J. O'Neill Orthopedicon April 28, 1954. tris older last summer, an.a _ pen and ink drawings. , The regular meeting of the I averted my gaze from the Guild met at 8 p.m. on Nov. 3 in brother, Randy, was graduated sophomore and a Jtua~ "1 also dabble in oil painting,' Union Ladies Civic Club will be suddenly sightless countenance she says. held today in the Union Fire Hall reposing on my plate. In less than the home of Mrs. Ray Orr with from Shelton High School twoBoys Club Represents, Carol Hews is the editor, at noon. Mrs. Alice Adams and two minutes the eyes were back Mrs. VirgilMankeasco-hostess. yearsago. A younger brother, For approximat¢~ publisher, writer, typist and Mrs. Ann Grattan will hostess the in place, now horribly cataracted White has been em • Twentieth CenturY proof-reader of the Cole Road potluck luncheon, with a film of albumin. Ir=~ i I ! I/ IA / | 4a m full-time in the su, Capers and Commentary. The Discussions will include theI touched one with a tentative news for the monthly sheet is )f annual bazaar to be held fork. It wept. Great golden tears 1",~,i[~ hOldS model meenna part-time during the, gathered by Kay Roller, a December 4 in the Fire Hall and oozed down the empty cheeks ......... '~' He studies advanC lne regular vusiness and and otner beauty aids was education nhysiolo~ neighbor, who canvasses the the new method for burglary beside the jelly nose to stain the , ," ( model meeting of Epsilon Sigma presented by Mrs Stella Winters, - • and he stud scattered Cole Road homes for prevention, bacon mouth. Alpha, Beta Zeta was held at8 assisted by Candy Pauley. ~pmg'al education" ~ items of interest. CAROL PLEWS patiently applies coat after coat of finish toAll ladies in the areaare "Laugh, Clown, Laugh," 1 p.m. on October 27 in the home The chapter recently .....;no k~,~t,~ov neXtS The paper is mimeographedher decoupage plaques and boxes, invited to attend, murmured with a mighty lurching of Mrs. Glen Sowers.' presented $35 to the Bluebird and ..... ',,~will'~rob-ably t by Gary Hews and delivered by of my innards. " - " ~ u Miss Roller. "I'm sorry," I said piteously The scope of ESA was Campfire girls, sponsored locally as I continue nay ed "All sorts of decoupage according to the picture to be occasional sanding with very fine 100 TO Attend to my sister. , highlighted by Mrs. Dick Holland by tlaem, declares, "and I'.rn for the benefit of the guests, Mrs. The Eastern Regional meeting C e n t r a I W a shlnl~ materials may be purchased,'used. The wood must be sandedsandpaper or steel wool between Still too soft?' she queried Tony Nelson, Mrs Bonita in Yakima was attended by five "~ lle e " Carol Plews declares, "but I smooth, and either a clear finish layers. "I don t mean to be picky," I A showing of false'eyelashes Saturday afternoon seminar was usually use odds and ends that l or a stain should be applied. "It should be sanded after Church Dinner in amazement. Williams and Mrs Casey" members, and presiding at the t~o g. ' have on hand." Allow to dry for 24 hours, every third layer," Carol states. More than 100 Thanks-Giving explained apologetically, 'but any Mrs. Floyd Ridout, Washington ,a To make a plaque she buys To the back of the picture. When finished the surface Crusade visitors will be guests at a soft at all is too soft. I want my State Jr. Past President or selects a rectangie of wood, or which may be cut out orleft with should be smooth and glass-like dinner to be held at 6:30 p.m. eggs absolutely immobilized; ' 4--~ ~[WW~~ m matmr~.~.or.#, cileae or an oval, its baclqgound intact, apply a! mad o~~ ~.;~t0 ~toda~ in the United Methodist ~tte, rly motionless; ~ao activity' Foresters Feted: . ,. :., - ~ ~ coating of w~t~n~.-b~ glue, _I~ is~ detect tl~ 6fitffiie~ 0~" the ~iet~re ~chu~2 Mrs. ,lqal McClary will be '~hat-so-ever." S .-. .- Bu sy bees ' ~ '" ..... essential that ~the surface be when the fingers are moved over in charge. L completely and thoroughly the surface. Consecration'serviceswill be i Grim and wordless, she B VFW Member t, m . c r mon ous'r Y r ",, Lottee Hour With New( Ca,d Party Slated covered, and this is best "Greeting cards are an held at the 10:30 a.m. Sunday back into the frying pan and on octooer 30 M. • • " a . ,, morning service. A pinochle party will be held accomplished with the use of excellent source of pictures, turned the heat on high. Five Wayne Robinson, Mr. and e,,k,,,J. ,|A,,~ our in Twanoh Grange Hall this cloth or the fingers. Apply picture Carol Hews remarks, "and ribbon minutes later she slapped down Mrs. George Witcraft and Mrs. ~1,1 I~I,,iU | ~l,I October 1o. w~. _ evening. Doors will open at 7:30 to board and with• a damp cloth or paper trims may be,, added to before me two slightly-blackened VFw,FranCiSservedC°le'clderrepresentingand cupcakesthe A ~,ouest sneaker~ willreterrelateand membersbut one personand nln~ p.m. and play will start at 8 p.m. smooth picture from center toedge a plaque or a box. Teachers Meet eyes, wrinkled of lid and edged experiences as an interp The public is invited. Boxes are finished in the same with hard brown crusts, to the boys of the Exceptional reporter during the Dachau war meeting. Honor Night Set An honor night will be held for all line officers, secretary and treasurer by Laurel Court Order of Amaranth at 8 p.m. Wednesday in the Masonic Temple. edges. Wipe away excess glue. Allow to dry for 24 hours. A clear shellac or varnish is used to cover the picture, and many coats are required with a thorough drying period and an Guild Will Meet Luncheon Set dES past Matrons will meet with Florence Weeks next Thursday for a noon sack luncheon. All past matrons of the area are welcome. Mrs. Curtis Bell and Mrs. Paul Holladay will co-hostess the 11 a.m. meeting of Sarah Eckert Guild to be held next Thursday in the Grapeview fire hall. Plans will be made for a Christmas party in December. Potluck Planned Meeting Planned The Golden Age Club will Georgine Reed Orthopedic . meet in the Memorial ttall for a 6 Guild will 'meet at noon on p.m. potluck next Thursday. An November 19 in the home of Mrs. evening of music, dancing and Herbert Angle at 1330 May St.. games will follow the supper. A White Elephant sale will be The last meeting was attended held. by 72 members and guests. lst. & Railroad Ave. * Shelton * 426-8277 INVITES YOU I0 COME AND ENJOY OUR NEW IN THE COFFEE SHOP OPEN SUNDAY THRU FRIDAY manner, and may be used to hold jewelry or other items. She makes card boxes by painting them bright red or blue and decorating with face cards. "Plaques may be painted rather than varnished, too, if one prefers," she adds. She sometimes singes the edges of a picture to produce an antique effect. "Hold it over a stove-burner," she warns, "I used a match once with completely disastrous results. I lost the whole picture!" Food Sale Slated A food sale will be held by St. David's Episcopal Women's Guild from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. next Thursday in the church at Third and Cedar streets• 1. 1971 The Mason County chapter of the Washington State Music Teacher's Association met on November 2 at 7:30 p.m. in the home of Melba O'Neil. Harriet Langdon, vice-president of N.W: Washington WSMTA, spoke on accreditation, motivation and equalization of teaching fees. Secret pals will exchange gifts at the December 8 meeting to be held in Bed Larson's home. Moose Events Set Shelton Moose Lodge No. 1684 will hold a dance on Saturday from 9:45 p.m. to 1:45 a.m. in the lodge at the airport. Breakfast will be served at 2 a.m. A matinee movie will be presented by the Teen Moose on Sunday at 1 p.m. in the lodge. "Just right," I declared, attacking them with gusto. She stared in total disbelief. 'Tll bet they hate to see you coming in a restaurant," she muttered. "I never order eggs in a restaurant," I informed her. "They always fry them too hard." "I... came...first !" To the chicken said the egg. "G'wan[" said the chicken, "You're pulling my leg! Let that remark From the record be stricken! I must insist That first came the chicken!" The omelet said To the chicken fricassee "I find that it no Longer matters to me." ) We'd like you to spend tomorrow in a pair of California Cobblers. In Cobblers fit, Cobblers comfort. Cobblers beauty. They'll be soft, whether your life is or not, Another soft thing about Cobblers: the price. More love than leather SHOE SALON Foresters. Members of the auxiliary baked the cupcakes. Mrs. Darrell Sparks, Mrs. Wayne Robinson, Mrs. Jessie Cox and Mrs. Lee Chapman attended a meeting in McCleary on October 27. This was the final inspection meeting of district president Mrs. Frank Pennel of Montesano. Young Carrots Are Best Raw trials at the Mason General The new Hospital Auxiliary Coffee Hour to MacRae, Ch( Anderson. be held from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. on Monday in the Sylvan Frank and Mrs. our group but Heights home of Mrs. Bernard leader. Her Winiecki. A question and answer period will follow the talk, and selections will be played on twin pianos by Mac Winiecki and Virginia Aho. 4-H Sale Chambers. Mrs. to be our sewing Everyone project or and decided on is Debbie is Shelly LorE Enge Tommi Anderson. If you like to serve raw carrot A moonlight rummage sale We schedule sticks, look for the young, from 6:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. Friday meeting for well-colored, small-sized carrots, in the Lincoln Gym at 5th and we had a which are more tender and Cola streets will be sponsored by MacRae, and milder-flavored than larger, older the Assorted Livestock Growers BY carrots. 4-H Club. DEAN WILL even take pictures upside down to get your attention special which ends Nov. 1 5. If you call during the special and sched sittings before the end of November, the special price will apply. Act you want photographs in time for Christmas!