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November 14, 1963

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, i i Want Ads OF OULDER '7 US OUT THE ES THE S. Service ' Dick Angle Herb Angle Angle Bldg. FOR AETNA CASU/iLTV INSURANC[ CHRISTMAS GIFT OPEN HOUSE HAS MANY CLEVER IDEAS FOR HOLIDAYS MRS. RUSSELL SCHROEDER, Dirt Dobber Garden Club mem- ber, demonstrated how to make paraffin paper craft for note paper covers and opaque window covering at the Christmas Gift Open House held November 5 at the PUD auditorium. The show was sponsored by the Mason County Homemakers Assoc. and the Dirt Dobbers. Many Christmas gift ideas were displayed for the public in the PUD auditorium November 5 when the Dirt Dobber Garden Club and the Mason County Home- makers Assoc. joined in presenting a Gift Open House. ]Irs. Russell Schroeder of the Dirt Dobbers Club was kept busy throughout the day demonstrating paraffin paper craft for making note paper covers and opaque win- dow coverings to be glued on with wheat paste. The process is sin- ple and offers many fascinating opportunities for originality ana ingenuity. Other demonstrators included Mrs. Roy Solder. Picketing, who demonstrated ribbon balls plastic novelties and jar ring breccia cushions. Norwegian cornucopias were shown by Dirt Dobber mem- ber, Mrs. Olaf Johnsen. Leaf painting was demonstrated by Mrs. Clarence Cornell of the Hill- crest Homemakers Club. Mrs. Robert Kramer showed bottle-tissue paper candle holders and crushed glass designs on glass. Mrs. Belle Nelson of Belle's Cer- amics Studio in Olympia. demon- tra'ted..uae A)f unfired stains on erffmic bisque and the fundament- MEASURE A METER CAN'T True Value of ELECTRICITY 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 Feal val- ue of electriclty--the family pleasure from TV, radio, record play- er . . . the work-say-. Ing 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, eonve nience and better living than y o u r electric service, a bargain you'll de- pend on every day of the year. NO. 3 COUNTY GOLE, president; TOM WEBB, vice president; secretary JERRY SAMPLES, manager BETTER ELECTRICALLY als and methods of ceramics. Homemakers clubs who cooper- ated with craft displays include Picketing, North Mason, Kamilche. Friendship, Southside and Hill- crest. The lunch concession was man- FOLK SINGER CHARMS CAPACITY AUDIENCE HERE Martha Schlanme. folk singer, charmed a capacity audience of Mason Cmmty Community Con- cert-goers a the Shetton Junior High School last Thursday night. Sing'ing in at least nine languages, the artist Dvecnted songs of all types tragic, comm. scnlimental and story telling. Miss ,chlamme, gowned strik- ingly in bl,tck with silver metal- lic highlights, kept the program informal with interestng comments introducing and explaining each selection. She also interpreted the iT!e-iniug of each nun]her with ges- tures and actions which added greatly to the rendition. Her cap- ahle accompanist. Abraham Stok- man. worked splendidly in accord with the varying moods. The ald- ienee respomted with delighted applause and was rewarded with several encores. Miss Schlamme was presenled with a bouquet of red roses m appreciation. Preceding the program Andrew Beelik. Association president, wel- comed the many out-of-town guests and annmmeed further con- certs to which members are in- vited. Flowers for the occasion were provided by Mrs. William Hender- " son. past president of the Shelton Garden Club. Following the concert a board reception honoring Miss Schlamme and her accompanist was held at lhe Angleside home of Mrs. A. T. Walton. Ushers and stage managers were high school students arranged for by Mr. Havens, high school music director. Henry Hadselt generous- ly added his contribution by man- ning the spotlight. Marriage Licenses Applying for marriage licenses at the Mason County Auditor's office this past week were: George W. Kingery, 25. Elms, and Elsie B. Thurman. 20, Elms. Wayne B. Kempton, 32, Olympia, aged by North Mason Homema- and Mabel Pratt, 42, Olympia. kers. Dirt Dobber members coop- George C. Burrows, 32. Brerner- era.ted on craft displays and a bake ton. and Doris McDaniels,: 40, sale. Bremerton. SHELTOHiAH WED IN ,CALIFORNIA A WEDDING :SERVICE .held in Ontario, California united in marriage Miss Linda Lou Kendall and Mr. David Robertson, October 12. The candlelight ceremony held in the home of the bridegroom's aunt and uncle, Mr .and Mrs. Wesley Robertson, was conducted before 50 relatives and friends. Miss Kendall is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Hayden of Seattle, formerly of Shelton. Mr. Robertson, a graduate of Irene S. Reed, high school, is the son of Mrs. Tom Townsend, Shelton, and Mr. Victor Robertson of Ontario. A blue and white setting complimented the bride's aqua street length gown of bridal satin designed with a sabrina neckline and bouffant skirt. A white orchid corsage and white accessories completed her ensemble. After a trip to San Diego and Mexico the newlyweds are making their home in Ontario where the groom is employed as an electrician. ! Shelton General Hospital Mr. and Mrs. Robert Fryden- berg, 826 First Street, a girl, Nov. 7. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Kellogg, 7th and Turner. a g2rl, Nov. 10. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Avery, at. 1, Box 286, a girl, Nov. 11. BABY GIRL BORN IN HAWAII A baby girl was born to Mr and Mrs. George D. Kirk Oct. 31 at the Army Tripler General hos- pital in Honolulu, Hawaii. /Irs. Kirk is the daughter of Mr. amd lrs. Robert Henz. Shelton. This is the second child for the Kirks. TM3 Kirk, USN, is itationed at Pearl Harbor. These aren't the GRANMA PRINTS the girls are GIVING AWA - but 8 x 10's and 5 x 7's are! Dean will give',a free Granma print with every order placed between October 15 and December 7. Make this a CHRISTMAS to be remembered by -Art Exhibit Has Harstine Scenes ,' Mason County visitors to the Seattle Art Museum during the RICHARD ANDERSON MARRIES ' MARY ELLEN LANGDON became the bride of Richard L. Ander- son in a ceremony November 9 performed by Father Eskstein in the St. Joseph's Catholic church in Seattle. Miss Langdon's par- ents are the Thomas C. Langdons of Seattle. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard J. Anderson, Shelton, are parents of the bridegroom. The bride wore a gown of antique g01d,and carried chrysanthemums. Her attendants were the Misses Kathy Langdon, her sister, Coralie Anderson, the bridegroom's sister, and Carolyn Smith. She has attended Olympic college and the University of Washington. The bridegroom attended Washington State University and the Uni- versity of Washington. They spent their honeymoon in Canada. MANY ARTISTS PRESENT AT WOMEN'S CLUB CONFERENCE The Colonial House was a bee- hive of activity October. 30 as more than 50 women gathered to attend the Fall .Conference of the Peninsula District meeting of Washington State Federation of Women's Club. Clubwomen from Puyallup, Tacoma, the Canal and Shelton began registering at 9:30 ?t.m. At the 10 a.m. business session and again after lunch, Mrs. Pierce Linberg, District President, pres- ided. At 11:30 a.m. a trip was made to the new Corrections Cen- :er where the group was given ' guided tour and heard an ad- dress by ?Mr. Ernest Timpani, 3uperintendent of the institution. Returning to the Colonial House at 1 p.m. the members enjoyed a delicious no-host hmcheon. Mrs. Maude Crosby, Shelt0n, was chair- nan of flowers and decorations, 'loral decorations throughout the ooms were beautiful. !Vlrs. F. R. Murdock of Puyallup was in charge of registration; Mrs. &rchie also showed a lamb she had sculp- tured and told how she went about creating it. A number of beautiful paintings by Tacoma artists were slabwn and a book of poems by a Tacoma clubwoman. There was also ceram- ics of excellent workmanship and beauty displayed by several clubs. Mrs. Ella Lang. Union, displayed her beautiful hand-painted China, an art in which she excels. Mrs. Edward Jenner. Potlatch, showed her stretch bracelets and told ho she made them. Twelve paintings t)y Mrs. Clara Bearden, Hoodsport, were shown. Mrs. W. S. Allison, Triton Head showed her "Beach PiCkup...., a picture she created using rocks, shells, etc.. picked up from the Canal beaches. Hood Canal authors. Mrs. Lud Andersen, Mrs. Elizabeth Robin- son and Mrs. D. H. Pierce, had their works on display. Mrs. Pierce also had several charcoal draw- Shel-Toa Guild Starts Plans For Christmas Party exhibitions of Oct. 6 through Nov. The last regular meeting of 3 may have recognized some of the Shel-Toa Orthopedic Guild was the scenes depicted in one of the held November 5 at the home of galleries. Mrs. Barb Rogerson with Mrs. Sixteen paintings exhibited by Phyllis Tembreul as co-hostess, Joe Brotherson, prominent San The gxfild extends its thanks Francisco artist who formerly liv- to Doris Bailey, Lorna Joslir and ed in the Northwest, were mostly Monica Pridham for making the landscapes which he did on Harst- "Holiday Hints Show" a huge suc- ine Island, where relatives of his own property. Artist Brotherson achieves an unusual textural effect to his pain- tings by the use of tempera and Chinese ink and laying the paper flat on a porch floor of drift planks, the finished woi'k then be- mg mounted as panels and folding screens in Kyoto. Brotheton's work has been shown in many Bay area exlibits where he is also we/1 known as an art scholar and for his lectures and television programs on Far Eastern. art. His introduction to Oriental  art 20 years ago was at the Seattle Museum and his train- mg since then has included gradu- atim from the University of Wash- ingbon and the study of calligraphy .in 1954 with the Buddist Abbot. Hodo Tabase. cess. Dee Clark and Rose Quimby were the winners of the door priz- es. Plans were made to have a Christmas party at the home of Mrs. Norma Becker Dec. 21. The guild is again selling candy which may be purchased from an guild member or by calling 426-6574. All proceeds will go to Mary Bridge Childrens' hospital of Ta- cools. The next meeting will be held December 5 at the home of Mrs. Norms Becker. ONLY 20 MORE SHOPPING DAYS TILL XMAS - for family portraits at Dean's. (Adv.) Announcement Mr. Robert has joined the staff at Christmastown Salon of Beauty. He welcomes your calls for all hairdressing services - Day or evening appts. Phone 426-8643 Marilyn Arnold Robert Morris Nell Berg For a long.rememberer[ Holiday... buy her a push-button DuaCycle portable I(itchen00kid Professional Dishwasher/Dryer i i i ii|m i ii r Dishes get leaner.,. drier, too, in this new. b family capacity KitchenAid. Plus these special features: II Durable porcelain insfae and out II New Classic Look with swept-front styling ( =' Guided Action Powe ,Washing No hand-rinsing Exclusive fan.circutated hot air for safe. FIo-Thru drying B Automatic Rinse Agent Dispenser helps dry dishes spot-free Convenient automaticdift top rack.., tilted design III Automatic reel gently re- tracts extra-long power cord B DuaCycle lets you RINSE and HOLD breakfast and lunch dishes so you use FULL CYCLE just oncea day No installation or remod- eling cost Calahan, H0odsport, in ?harge of morning program; Mrs. Juford Webley, Federal Way, hos- 9itality chairman; Mrs. Nina 1fil- 'er, Union, and Mrs. Frank Tray- s, Shelton, chairmen of arrange- ments for the day. During the morning session the sew song of the general Federa- tion of Women's Club, "Strengthen the Arm of Liberty" was sung by the group with much enthusiasm. Mrs. Ethel Dalby, Union, Dist- rict Fine Arts chairman, made all am\\;angements for the afternoon's art program. As she was unable to attend due to illness Mrs. D. H. Pierce, Hoodsport, substituted for her beginning :the program With a poem by Agnes Skone entitled ';This is Fine Art". She then in- troduced Mrs. Georgia Miller, Low- er Skokomish, who showed a large display of Indian baskets and other Indian art,effects, telling the group about the different articles, all of which are now priceless antiques. Mrs. Charles Wright talked about painting on velvet and showed two of her lovely pictures. The first., an incompleted picture, she described her technique and told how she would go about fin- ishing it. Mrs. Wright has been awarded a contract with a Port- land artist for her pictures. This year she won a coveted place in "Who's Who in America's Women Painters", an honor few attain so early in their art career. She the GIFT that only YOU can give - personal or family portraits done professionally by Dean. Only a few Saturday appointments still available -call for yours NOW. Dean'= tudio 426-3272, (pd. adv). ings. Mrs. wife of a forner Shelton minister, was introduced. She is the author of a book of verse. The Hood Canal Woman's Club will meet next Thursday at 11 t,m. at. the Potlatch clubhouse. Union members will be luncheon hostes- ses. :Mrs. Arthur Kraus will be in charg of the afternoon program. Visitors are welcome. Members are encouraged to attend to vote on the new constitution and by- 2nil & Cota Sts. laws. MODEL KD4P Myrtle Hatten, Tacoma, ....  , 7, Compare and you 'i buy the best... KitchenAid See them at LEM WARREN ItEFIRGLEitATION Phon e 426-2445 . . i ] Department Bany Ideas For Your Home or Christmas Giving. Make Your Selection NOW Easy, friendly terms Olsen Furniture C0. 328 Cota St. Phone 426-4702