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PAGE 10 SI-IELTONMASON COUNTY JOURNAL  Published in "Christmastown, U.S.A.", Shelton, Washington Thursday, November Work Program To Be Outlined For Rhododendron Sociell The Pacific Rhododendron So- ciety will hold a public meeting at 3:30 p.m. Sunday'in the PUD aud- itorium. There will be no chargc. The public is cordially invited Local members of this society, home gardeners all, are growing seeds of fine and unusual species and rooting cuttings of a wide Tange of top quality rnaterial which is all furnished free an- nually by the society. The society is concerned chiefly with the am- ateur, the home owner, and un- dertakes to make it possible for anyone to grow the finest in rhod- odendrons if they work at the soc- iety program of self-help. Leonard F. Frisbie Society pre- sident of Tacoma. will be present at the local meeting to line out a program of work or the season and to detail the many advantage of society membership. The soc- iety publishes a quarterly color magazine free to members, and s.ch new member to join at Sun- day's meeting will receive as a gift a small, fine and interesting pro- pagation. Seeds of species for free dis- tJbution will come this year from Japan, India,, Sikkim, Nepal, Eng- land and Scotland. Bazaar Plans Are Being Made By VFW Auxiliary Fifth district president, Arlene McMillan of McCleary, will make her official visit to the local VFW Auxiliary this Friday evening when it meets at 8 p.m. at the lV[emorial hall. Refreshment committees for the evening will be Sue Weaver, Ag- netha VChiting, Lucille Arbogast and Ruth Nelson. The prize will be brought by Jessie Cox. Plans are moving along towards the bazaar to be held in the PUD building December 6: Members are urged to attend the coming meet- ings for final details. Treasurer, Florence Hamilton, reports 1964 dues and cancer in- su'ance premiums are pouring in. The auxiliary hopes to have 100 per cent paid up membership by date of district meeting to be held in Shelton December 7. 6arden Club Members To See Holiday Ideas The 1:30 p.m. meeting of the Shelton Garden Club will be held next Monday at the borne of Mrs. L. D. Hack with Mrs. Craig Eliot as chairman for the tea. Mrs. El- iot will be assisted by Mrs. Leone Elliott and Mrs. O. D. Durand. The program will include holiday wreaths and swags presented by Mrs. Frank Travis. St. Members are asked to bring exhibits for the Thanksgiving season including fnfits, vegetables and decorations. w.Ars cooing ,n w.osE Recipe Favorites Of Count; Residents FRANKIE WUENCH stands in front of the fireplace at the Bay- shore home the Wuench family has occupied during their short stay in our community. Her Orange Chiffon Pie is just one of the recipes that has given Frankie a name for being an excellent "pie- maker". In a matter of 17 months as a resident of our community, Frank- ie Wuench has established a rep- utation for herself as "Pie Baker Supreme" that few, if any, can top. This week we are featuring her recipe for Orange Chiffon Pie which has won unanimous ap- proval. from all Who have tasfed it. For the past 40 years Bob Wuench's job has taken him all over the United States. Frankie and Mike, 14, have always accom- panied him, and now Vickie Sue, 18 months makes the traveling family a foursome. Bob's job as representative for the prison equip- meat company which has the con- tract for the new Corrections Cen- ter brought them to Shelton. How- ever, their traveling days are near- ty over. Bob has received a pro- motion that will base him perm- anently in St, Louis after the first of the yea,_'. Frankie and Bob look forward with pleasure to being able. at last. to put down their roots. Their 'goodbyes, however, will be tinged with nostalgic reminiscence for the many times they have made them in the pas years. Knowing her membership in any m'gamzatlcm would have to be ter- rainated shortly kept Frankie from joining any althongh she has en- joyed visiting several. She likes fresh water fishing, bowling, and has taken up golf since she moved here. She and Bob belong to the Shelton Golf Club. Orange Chiffon Pie 1 Tbs. unflavored gelatin % cup cold water 4 eggs separated ;- I cup sugar 5 cup orange juice 1 Tbs. lemon juice % tsp. salt Candidate For Governor To Be Speaker Wed. Highlighting the meeting of the ?Sason Connty Women's Republi- can Club next Wednesday will be Dan Evans. Republican candidate for Governor. who will be the speaker-of-the-day. A report will be given on the Biennial meeting of the Washing- ton State Federation of Repubii- can Women held yesterday in the Olympic Hotel in Seattle. Special features of the meeting will be a jewelry sale and door prizes. Mrs. Ralph Horton will be chairman of the refreshment com- mittee. The business session is sched- uled for 1:30 p.m. promptly at the Memorial Hall. The public is cord- ially invited to hear Mr. Evans. Garden Club Show Slated In Bremerton Cross Sound District of Garden Clubs will present it's 1963 holiday show. "The Holiday's Festivities", next Thursday from 2-9 p.m. ann Friday from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m., at the Sheridan Park hall in Esst Bremerton. Admission will be 50 cents. The show is open to any Garden club member. Entries should be en- tered between 8-10:30 a.m. next Thursday. For information on di- visions write Mrs. G. B. Ferguson, Star Rt. 1, Box 546, Bremerton or phone her at lVlY 2-6468. PAST MATRONS CLUB PLANS SACK LUNCIt Welcome Chapter's Past Mat, rons Club will meet at the home of Viola Ferris for a 12:30 p.m. sack luncheon next Thursday. Cars will leave Minnie Hack's home at 12:15 p.m. ZONTA RUMMAGE SALE Zonta Club will hold a rummage sale this Friday and Saturday at 107 So. Fourth street from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m Among the articles for aale will be children's clothing, records and books.. SOCIAL EVENTS RepuNican Women llitend BeaBle Meet Representing the Mason County Women's Rcpnmman Club as dero- gates to the biennial meeting of the Washington State Federation of Republican Women at the Olym- pic Hotel in Seattle yesterday were Mrs. George G. Shacldeford, resident. and Mrs. Robert Puhn ,itl Mrs. Ralph Horton and Mrs. Herbert Vonhof as alternates. Also attending was Mrs. Harold C. SLinging, state campaign chaw- nan, Keynote speaker for the meeting was Mrs. Cecil Kenyon, promin- ent Republican from California and third vice president of the Na- tional Federation of Republican Women. Date Set For Episcopal Bazaar St. David's Episcopal Church Bazaar is scheduled for Nov. 22 at the church. The bazaar will open at 10 a.m. Luncheon will be served from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. with Mrs. Oliver Ashford in charge. Mrs. Ben Grout and Mrs. Glenn Correa will be in charge of the gift booth; Mrs. Isaac Jeffery and Mrs. E McGill. gourmet booth; Mrs. Robert Quimby, candy booth; Mrs. Pearl Dutcher, apron booth; Mrs. Selden VanderWegen. Christ- mas booth; Mrs. Brian Miles and Mrs. Edward Jenner, children's booth. SHELTON ROCKHOUNDS SCHEDULE MEETING The regular meeting of the SheI- ton Rock and Mineral Society, Inc. will be held at 7:30 p.m. November 26 in the PUD Auditorium. 1 Tbs. gratedorangerind (- '  Sh F I graham cracker crust atterproo Soften gelatin in waterfive rain-  "  i lli'I I: [ Flexibl. utes. Beat egg yolks and add one- half cup sugar, orange juice. Iem- l'['il :;!;] f" e on jmee and salt. Cook over boil- ' ':".. "',.. "' ing water until of custard consis-begins l ::!ii7; |; --'b teney. Add grated orange rind and softened gelatin and stir thorough- ly. Cool. When mixture to | /l s',,-- thicken fokt in stiffly beaten egg IiI II ,, Also in 28" & 48" widths whites to which remaining one- with whipped cream. Grate orange I    rind on top for color. Makes one 9-inch pie. ....... ' .......... Can also rise stra.wbeIrics by | Slurm Dours and | | Born, Poultry I I Protects wells ChOlrC, ove, .| Windows. Porch | I and Hug Huuse  behind stoves,. Garment 609% omitting orallge juice al3d rind | *Enclosures. | | Windows. | | ,sinks, robins. Shower Curloint. Combine one .cup diced strawber- L---- -]_._..._ __. [_._ 1-  ..... ties with the 00irst one00alf cup ___ ,i II _. n n sugar and allow to star]d one hour, Strain juice and use iIgtead of or- ange juice - MORGAN-EAGRETT LUMBER .,-LOR00s, / I 11111 -  ] I / I T n Ik','o:n ,f_,00]:llllH,i:all |:lZllJill:! , Hioh School Spotlioht * SUE GILLILAND is president of Pep Club at Shelton High School. After graduation she plans to attend college in Oregon where she will prepare for a career in advertising. One of our Shelton High school seniors, Sue Gilliland, will be grad- uating thousands of miles from her birthplace next spring. Sue was born in Auckland New Zealand Dec. 12, 1945. She has no mem- ories of "down under" however, as she came to the United States as a baby. She lived in Texas and Oregon before moving to Shelton when she was in the second grade. After graduation Sue plans to attend Willamette University in Salem. Ore., and major in Journal- ism. She is interested in a career in advertising. Sue's subjects this year include physics, literature, French, short- hand and civics. She is'a member of Pep Club, GAA, Scarlet "S" and Honor Society and worked on the Highclimber "staff two years. She is president of Pep Club. Sue is 5'4" tall and has dark brown hair and eyes. Her favorite sports are golf, water skiing and snow skiing; favorite subjects are French and literature, ghe haa one sister, Particle, who is in the sev- enth grade. Recently Sue had a chance to show her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Gilliland of Angleside. how capable she is. She acted as "chief cook and bottle washer" while her mother was on a vacation trip in Europe. 000,LOW COST, STORM WINDOWS, pORCH ERCLO$00R|$.__ ....... To See ,Color , Speaial The Shelton American Rhododendron will meet at 8 p.m. et at the PUD building.; gram will feature Ben ,,0 of Camas. one of the au. . standing rhododendron iY Mr Lancaster will sh0w sli(ies and tell the st rhododendron creationS' ; so aociatcd with the  Gardens at Camas. I4: away one of his cre' door prize. The public zs Other special guestS'i Merle Sisney regional! the American Rhodode ciety, and Dr. David 0,' of Camas. Visitors from the insuia Grays chapters of the ARS vited to attend this SRA PINOCHLE Ob  The SRA Pinochle Cl1' meet at 8 p.m. next N nday the last :i" Memorial hall. At ;eli  Ruth Moore had higti ..' Cora Drake. second hi.gle; F women. For the men-is'i',., had high score and ?ll;: second high. Dorothy d04" Agnes Lund won the ochle. o DON'T rAMP YOUR wiFE Let tier nterpru" the Porch with, FLEX-0-6LASS This Y' Any little lady can e t 0 porch or breezeway w e$ FLEX-O-GLASS. It's d  Just cut with shears  ,,,i over screens. MakeS [i sunlit room, flood' I'$1 healthful UltraVic: J#'l where the children , winter long--or use as Store-room. Genuine, '1 clear FLEX-O-GLASS lScb  years at a fraction the t), ! glas Only 87 a sq. Yd" 1I. ' " r de '- local hdwre, or helping to solve your laundry-day :problems These men aren't working on a new type of laundry machine, but they are helping remove laundry-day .problems from thou- san4s of Pacific Northwest homes. These are "roughnecks," drilling for natural gas -the wonderful fuel that heats your wash- day wa and dries your laundry more quickly, more gently than any other way. Drilling for natural gas is a totgh job- and a costly one. Despite modem techno. logy, "xoughneckg' need strong muscles to operate drilling equipment. Then, only one exploratory well in nine actually turns out to be a producer; and each well costs $100,000 and more. But the effort and the cost are tremendously worthwhile. Be- cause, of course, natural gas does many things well-in addition to smoothing ou your laundry days. :Natural gas serves 40 million homes in the United States. Thou- sands of industries and businesses rely on natural gas for a multitude of uses. If you are nobyet using natural gas, learn its advantages.., call your etail gas ffistrio bution company* soon. / - EL pASO NATURAL 6A$ COMPANY Through its pipelines, El Paso Natural supplies wholesale gas service to retail natural gas distributors in WASHINGTON OREGON IDAHO ARIZONA ' CALIFORNIA, COLORADO NEVADA , NEW MEXICO TEXAS UTAH WYOMING "In Washington retail gas distribution companies are: CASCADE NATURAL GAS CORPORATION COLUMBIA GAS COMPANY, 'CITY OF ELLENSBURG NORTHWEST NAIURAL GAS COMPANY THE WASHINGTON WATER POWER COMPANY AND WASHINGTON NATURAL GAS COMPANY