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PAGE 12 SHELTONmMASON COUNTY JOURNAL- Published in "CChr{stmastown, U.S.A.", Shelton, Washington Thursda, November I Symphony Oroheslra What&apos;s Cooking In Whose Kitchen? I.strm.00s ,s Toe0 $OC/AL I Recipe Favorites of County Residents For Pizzica|o OLtub EVENTS The first m a series of programs based on Dorothy Cummins' book "All About the Symphony Orches- With Thanksgiving" practically ira" was enjoyed by the Pizzicato Local Travelers ]aer and Christmas around the Club when it met at the home ot corner, Betty Timpani's recipe for Diane Frank Instruments used in Home Fro trip for Ho]iday Salad is one that the symphony orchestra was the m ' should get a good workout. Betty's study topic of the evening. A d Th W ld recipe has an especially good tea- An interesting period of discus- roar[ e or Lure for holiday entertaining - it stun and demonstration of brass =hould be prepared the day before and woodwind instruments was Thoughts of their electric blurt- serving for best flavor results. The presented by guests and club mere- kets and central heating lured two Timpani family is new in our bers. Guests participating in the local women home from a rounO- community but. for several rea- program were Cathy Saeger, Phil the-world trip a few days early sons, they are fast becoming as- Lovgren, Tom Schlegel and Perry this month. Mrs. Frank W. Bishop quainted. One of thQ reasons m Swett. Club members who took and Mrs. H. A. McCann left Shel- because husband Ernie, who s part in the program included Deb- ton August 14. When they re- Superintendent of the new Correc- bie Maranville, Judy and Diane turned home November 10 they lions Center. has been much in Antonsen and Alicia RuddelL At completed their 44th airplane trip demand as a speaker, the close of the program a piano of the three-month tour. They The second, is really seven good solo was played by Marilyn Okano. rode in jets of every make and reasons -- the seven Timpani An impressive candle light in- size as well as propellor planes, children who entered the local stallation service followed the pro- large and small. school system this Sbptember. gram with past president, Mary They flew across the Himalaya They are Mary Jo Ann, 13, Mich- Connolly, acting as the installing Mountains four times and recall ael. 12, Mark, 10, Pat, 8, Tim, 7, officer. She installed Judy Anion- it as one of the most outstanding Marilyn, 6, and John, 5. Baby Joe, sen, president; Diane Frank. vice- and thrilling experiences of the 8 months, brings the grand total president; Vicki Valley, secretary; trip, with the high, snowcapped to eight, and Marilyn Okano, treasurer, mountains in the bright sunsi]ine Before moving here the Tim- The Pizzicato Club is an affili- of the Orient being magnificent be" pants were at Monroe. Wash. five ate of the Washington State aria yond words. years. Prior to that they lived in National Federation of Music They had the privilege of meet- indianapolis, Indiana and Detroit Cluls. ing many interesting people at and Lansing, Michigan. You won't their various stops. The enlighten- find a native of our fair state more Treasros For 6iris ing trip showed them the problems enthusiastic about the Pacific of Asia, with its teeming millions, Northwest than Betty. Of all the BETTY TIMPANI'S Holiday Salad is not only colorful for those IS Oonferene Them which are also the problent, sot places she has lived in and tray- festive occasions, but is especially nice because it can be made the world. sled to (and she has traveled ex- a day ahead of time. With Betty in the picture are her two young- Forty-five girls from Shelton Some of t.heir stops included tensively) this is "the place" for est, John, 5, and baby Joe, 8 months. Junior high school attended Girls' Hung Kohg, Tokyo, Formosa, Ms- her and her family. She doesn't * * * :* League Conference November 2 at nila, Bangkok, Singapore and Coy- even have complaints about the happening at home she might miss of' consistency of custard. Set Hopkins JuniOr high school in lon. During their stay in Ceylon weather: As a matter of fact, she something interesting if she left. aside. Mae sure it is cool. Aberdeen. they took a one-week motor trip thinks it is one of the best fa- Actually, Betty has been busy get- Drain completely: 1 No. 2& can 8he hostess school entertainea around the island which was a tares! (That should make you ha- ling settled and entertaining romp- pineapple rings, 1 lb. seedless or with an inspiring theme, "Trefi- tropical beauty they could find no tires ashamed.) any since their move here in AUg- tokay grapes, 1 jar red maraschino sures for Girls' ". Mrs. Norman words to express. ! Before her marriage Betty was ust she hasn't had time to con- cherries, jar green maraschino Remme accompanied the Shelton They then headed north into In- s medical Record librarian. She sider outside activities, cherries. Add 2 or 3 Cups minis- delegation, dia. It was while they were travel- enjoyed riding) and swimming. * * * * lure marshmallows, ins in the interior of India they Now she enjoys her family. Betty Holiday Salad Whip  pint whipping cream SHELTON ROCK AND made the trips over the breath- says she can appreciate what her iXelt 2 Tb. butter in top of don- until it stands up. Combine with MINERAL SOCIETY takingly beautiful Himalayas. One inother meant years ago when she ble boiler. Add 4 eggs which have cooled cooked mixture. Add fruits. The Shelton Rock and Mineral of these trips was to southeast aid she had no need for enter- been whipped until lemony, aria Cover with saran wrap and refrig- Society will meet at 7:30 p.m. Russia where they went to Tash- Lainment outside of the home be- the juice of one lemon. Stir con- crate until ready to serve. (For next Tuesday in the PUD Audi- kent, Samarkand, and up to Alma cause there was always so much tantly over warm water until best flavor prepares day ahead.) torium. Ata, just 50 miles from the Chin- ese border and 100 miles south of tB00G THREE HOUR SALE=O RAMA Lhe border where the Russian as- tronauts are launched into space. iran, Nepal and Afghanistan fol- lowed India. In Iran they toured Tehran, Isphan and Shiraz where they visited the ruins of Pores- pulis, the ancidnt capital of Per- sia. They went to Bagdad in Iraq MOOI00tLIGH,T SALE ooro y trip enjoyed in Egypt was to the Aswan Dam From Ca{to they flew to Rome which they fmmd bitterly cold so they headed for sunny Spain only Lo find it was rattans. IL was when they discovered that central heating is not turned on in Spain until November 15, the thoughts of their electric blankets and SPEGIALS ON SALE 7 TO I0 P.M, FRIDAY NIGHT NOVEMBER 22 ONLY comfortably heated homes set the couple winging homeward a few r days earlier th'an Lhey had plan- ncd. "  -; r -"'-'A, " For homes, camps, boats, children Model HD-4 General Electric FLASHY FLASHLIGHTS,..,,,.., 69o HAIR DRYER Was ,13 VFW Auxiliary $19.95 ......................................... (Complete with batteries) "Reach-in Bonnet", 4 heats * Shop now for Xmas, PlansBake Sale 00.E..e,uxe .p-up oOico Oo,u00e And Bazaar Miracle Aluminized scorch-pro0f Silicon Cover TOASTER CAN OPENER At the last meeting- of the La- , n,s'ro-:n- Board Pads & Oovers 660 Thermo,tat,ca,,y dies Auxiliary to the Veterans ot = Controlled, Model T-82 KNIFE SHARPENER Foreign Wars Aliens McMillan of McCleary made her official visit. fits all 54-inch ironing boards Was $.88 Was $.Jb88 Sybil Teagle, district secretary $19.95 Jl_) $19.95 Jl_ from McCleary, accompanied her. Other visitors were Evelyn Seeley, GIFTWARE DEPT. and Irene Wellman of Olympia. APPLIANCE DEPT. Shelton will host the next dis- MILLER'S MILLER'S tricL meeting December 7. ....... The auxiliary will hold a bazaar I and bake sale in the PUD Decem- ' ber 6. Vi Brumbaugh is chair- A Subsidiary of P. N. Hirsch & Co. man. A Subsidiary of P. N. Hirsch & Co. Treasurer, Florence Hamilton. reminds members that a few dues still remain unpaid. They must be Men's Pullover Crew Neck Boy's New Fall paid by December 7 for 100 per cent paid up membership. Get SWEATERS SWEATERS those dues in and help your aux- iliary win the trophy. Gray, bone, blue, olive Sizes 14-16-18 sma,, * .od,um * "urge Washable Four Local ESA NEW FALL $688 $7.98 $598 STOC K -,, YLembers Attend MEN'S and BOY'S DEPT. Yakima "* "'lVleetlng Four Beta Zeta Chapter mem- bers were present for the Epsilon DEAN W1LL PAY $5.00 to everyone making an appointment UlILLr-li Ou!'='rnm Sigma Alpha Washington State Friday between 7:00 to 10:00 p.m. Call 426-3272 or drop into . Eastern Regional meeting Novem- Dean's Studio. Remember, there is no more personal gift than ber 17 in Yakima. The meeting a professional portrait. (Naturally, this offer does not allow was hosted by the Yakima chap- customer to take advantage of regular Christmas Special shown A Subsidiary of P. N. Hirsch & Co. ter. Saturday evening, prior to the elsewhere in this paper and is good only if appointment is kept.) Board meeting, members attended SOLID WOOD a no-host dinner held in the Holi- day Inn Motel in Yakima. The ARMSTRONG. Danish Occasional Tables luncheon and busme * " ss meeting Sunday were also held there. m Mrs. Floyd Ridout was present at the Board meeting as she is INLAID UNOLEUM Two 16 x 24Step Tablesand matching 16 x 36 Cocktail Table, serving as State Ways and Means pla--stic tops.-Briss--fe--riffiled, tapered legs attac-Kedvv;tfi--e<tra chairman. Others from Beta Zeta strong metal plates. Self leveling legs. Strong enough to chapter attending were Mrs. Glenn stand on. Sowers, Mrs. Bill Kimbel an0 is o 3388 .Virs. Gene White. 1Vh's. Ken, Evans and Mrs. Wayne Herron, who had $ ALL THREE $ sq. yd. been in Beta Zeta chapter before ONLY moving, were also present serving ..... as Statc Secretary and State REX FLOOR COVERING  Value Treasurer, respectively. The next chapter meeting will be Monday at the home of Mrs. Bob oo 00,,ow Olsen Furniture Wolden, 327 Cots Street O,c[00ber Wedding -- Ri .... Be s ng For JoDean 0'NeLl .... 12-inch lace.to-toe Famous Grizzly brand October 12 Wedding bells rang Moonlight Sale INSULATED PACKS for Miss JoDean O'Neil and Mr. 10% OFF $6 O0 ROD BLANKS Myron Glen Roberts at the Hoods- ott homo of hm RUBBER BOOTS for making your own P " " " r " grandparents, Oil All Sizes 3 thru 12 glass fishing rods IVir. ann vtrs. V, illiam H. Gilberts. Her parents are Mr. and Mrs. Sam Fireplace Items Rog. Reg. $41JIL B. HanSon, Shelton. He is the son Price Price i of Mr. and M:rs. Glen Roberts. Let your savings on Fuel $8.50 $.4.95 OnlaLha, Neb, make your monthly payments Close friends and reIatives at- o,, your 00,ass lyre door. Vi;;ItLI;; orunlmuennnv'"00 GOODS 00o00emon, = ' ' tim bride's great-aunt, 3/[rs. Wilma Vail, served the cake and another Carlson Tile. & Fireplace Shop = Mrs. E. . Hedberg, Belle- 200 Olympic Highway South rue, poured. Miss O'Neil is a graduate of 2335 Olympic HWy No, Phdne 426-2057 Shelton high school and Deitz Bus- iness CUilege in OlympTa. They , are making Seattle their laome. High School Spotlight DIRT C A.NCEL " ]The regular meeting of the Dirt den Club bas been catls of the Cross" riot meeting being P How would you like t "Old Bess" some day, d t(t the highway, t 01 switch to "automati( get about driving (l hundred miles? you ( R the time napping, ' , watching television, b, fetched, doesn't it? E ie what engineers inter  curing traffic probleI 1 visioning for us. anu : off, either. Highwa) r wired especially to s to a receiver under : t which will pass on i] to an electronic co control of motors your steering mech L NON ORR played end on the championship Highclimber football can take over the col ' team this year. He also turns out for basketball and track. Run by flipping a swit plans to attend the Air Force Academy in Colorado following high ble? Several of these i school graduation with the Class of '64. already being tested Three-year letterman, Ron err, Ron belongs to the Shelton High QUALITY SERVICEat tl had the happy experience of play- scnoOlrepresentativeLettermen's ClUbthe Boardand is itsof NEEDsPRICE... For all yU  mg on a football team that lost on PA$$ Control. He claims no hobbies. TRUCK or TRACT01. none of its games Ourng his sen- or USED tires Weapon ior year - an experience a foot- Born July 21, 1946 in Shelton MERV'S TIRECAP "' ball player will be a long time for- Run is the youngest of seven. He COTA . . . 426-8104. getting. This husky Highclimber has two sisters and four brothers. end is 6' 1" tall and weighs 185 MountainHe is the SOnview.Of Mrs. Theresa Orr, Copr. 1960 Std. FeatureS. ,'  pounds. He has blue eyes ana blonde hair. With his high school football career behind him Ron is now HOE LO '.''A* busy turning out forbasketball, a LOW COST sport he also lettered in last year. Spring will find him practicing his two main track events, high jump l][llO,I " ''!jl,} and javelin, in preparation for his NEW CONSTRUCTION -- third letter in that sport. Sports, however, is not the only PURCHASE .  thing on this senior's mind. He is Ill !! well aware when graduation comes 6 % On Reducing Balances -- No Com iss}!l next spring he has to be preparea ' ,,. for the future. Run plazas to attenu Charges ,':[ the Air Force Academy in Colo- rado to study for an engineering M G y S T: eareer. As entrance requirements ason curt avings & Loan fissotla' are high he is concentrating on TITLE INSURANCE BUILDING grades. His subjects this year in- elude math analysis, literature, SHELTON chemistry, choir and civics. Chevrolet now makes four different types, each with its own distinct advantages. Whichever one you buy will be a lot mole truck than your money bought the last time! FLEETSI DE. Based on sales, the best liked pickup in the world. Outstanding feature is its large body extending clear out over the wheels. Two body sizes. Two wheel- bases. Best riding truck, by far, with coil springs all around and independent front suspension. Cab and body have double- wall construction. Chevrolet Fleetside-- best for all-around use. STEPSIDE. Has flat interior body b-""ll ween " and convement side steps bet e re and rear fenders. Comes in sar ,;.e, sizes as the Fleetside plus one bigger:d engine is 230-cu.-in. Six. A 292 Six o V8 is available at extra cost. RAMPSIDE. Nobody else makes a pickup exactly like this one with a ramp at the side. The ramp makes loading easy because of its 16-inch rise. Truck also has a conventional tailgate. Body and frame- floor assembly are very rigid because they are welded together. Has larger 95-hp air- cooled engine this year. Independent coil spring suspension all around. EL CAMINO. If you want good looking as any car on the is the one! It can work hard, like a million dollars doing it- pickup in the world with Body You can order an E1 Camino as as fancy as you wish: bucket. conditioning, 4-speed transmiss brakes are some of its extra-c CHEVROLET TRUOK$ Te/ephone your Chevrolet dealer about any type of truck! .............. " .o.... ..... ,oo ...................................................................................................... o- . filELL CHEVROLET C600IPAflY ,< First & Grove Sts. Shelton