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November 25, 1971     Shelton Mason County Journal
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November 25, 1971

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/ DO in Joanne ress Is ancer Square dancing is a family affair for Joanne Cress, her husband, and their three children. Joanne and Don, formerly vice-presidents, are now president-couple of the Salty Sashayers Square Dance Club, in which the children - ninth-grader Lynn, sixth-grader Tim and ten-year-old Gary - hold membership. The Cresses are always on hand to assist with square-dancing classes, and they frequently travel, with a car-load of dancers, to visit other clubs in the area. "1 think square-dancing is great therapy for both kids and adults," Mrs. Cress declares "It's not only good exercise but it helps in the development of good personality traits. "'Square-dancing tends to eliminate any possible inferiority complex," she continued. "Beginners soon realize that everybody makes mistakes." Joanne Cress was born in Seattle. She came to Shelton as an eighth-grader and has lived here since then except for a few months in 1958 when she was employed in a clinic in Dallas, Texas. A licensed practical nurse, she now works for Dr. Trucksess and was formerly with Shelton General Hospital. The Cress family resides in the Angleside area, where Don is remodeling and adding-on to a large home. "He's a perfectionist," Joanne laughs, "and he won't let me so much as pound a nail!" Family pets include a 20-pound talking cat called "Bananas". He carries on lengthy conversations with almost anyone willing to converse with him. "Senator Durkson" is the name of their dog, a fantastic mixture of Elk-hound, German Shephard and Husky. "tie always has the last word," Joanne explains. Mrs. Cr~s finds time to sew, making clothing for herself ~d~ her family. Her accomplishments extend to fancy square-dance dresses and shirts. She is currently involved with preparations for the annual New Year's party held jointly by the Salty Sashayers and the Christmas Town Rounders, Shelton's round-dancing club in which both her husband and daughter are active. Joanne loves to cook. tier sausage-and-rice casserole is a favorite at the dancers' potluck Joanne Cress takes time out for a cup of coffee. suppers, and her German Crumb Cake is always in demand. "This strictly German recipe came from my grandmother, who was very definitely English," says Joanne, who doesn't quite understand how it happened. Sausage-and-Rice Casserole 1 lb. sausage 1-1/3 C. chopped celery C.chopped onion V4 ('. green pepper 3% C. boiling water t envelope Lipton chicken noodle soup 1 can golden ifitlshroom sOup~" ~2 ('. slivered almonds (optional) I ('. uncooked rice Brown sausage in 1 tbsp. fat; drain, reserving 2 Tbsp. fat; set sausage aside and in reserved fat cook until tender celery, green pepper and onions. Mix soups with boiling water and place all ingredients in a 2-quart casserole, adding rice and ahnonds. Bake at 350 degrees, covered, for 45 minutes; remove lid and continue baking for 15 minutes. A DECEMBER WEDDING is planned by Miss Lori Parvi whose engagement to Alan Carlson is announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Eugene Parvi of Vancouver. The future bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Carlson of Shelton. The bride-to-be was graduated last spring from Battle Ground High School and is employed as a typist at Bonneville Power Administration. Her fiance attended Western Washington State College for a year following his graduation from Shelton High School in 1969 and is now serving with the Navy. He is stationed on the USS Sampson at Charleston, S.C. and the couple will make their home in that city. The ceremony will take place December 18 in St. John Catholic Church. Society To Meet The Shelton Rock and Minelal Society will meet at 7:30 pro. Friday in the South Side {,range hall. Call Us About -~/~/;J/g~O1 OAK PARK A Planned Unit Development 426-2646 HIMLIE REALTY, INC German Crumb Cake 2 C. flour 1 C. sugar C. butter Cut together until the consistency of corn meat. Reserve one cupful, and to the remainder add: 1 C. sour milk I tsp. soda 1 tsp. cinnamon tsp. salt tsp. cloves C. walnuts Mix well and spread into greased eight-inch-square pan. Sprinkle reserved crulii4~ ,o~r top and bake at ,35t~:,.d~grees for 35 minutes. Silver Stars Hold Ride Silver Stars riders participating in the club poker ride held at their arena on Sunday were Ralph Bariekman, Bob Snyder, Phil Hardie, Celia Scott, Chuck Whitmore, Jenny Whitmore, Georgia Brown, George Magnett, Tom Kimball, Jim Kimball, Kathy Caudill, Jay Umphenour, Chuck Heinitz, Brad Heinitz, Vicki Heinitz and Floyd Fowler. Walt Rybaci of Ted's Steak House presented a steak dinner for two to first-place senior rider Jay Umphenour, and to the first place junior rider Vicki Heinitz a deluxe burger with french fries and a milkshake. Moose Observes 44th Anniversary The 44th anniversary of the Shelton Moose Lodge will be observed in the airport lodge on Saturday evening. Guest of honor will be state president "Tiny" Wallace. Cocktails will be served at 6 p.m. and dinner at 7 p.m. Enrollment will take place at 8 p.m. and at 10 p.m. dancing will begin to the music of Tex Mitchell. The event is held in honor of past governors and senior regents. A Teen-Moose movie, "Ski Party", will be shown on Sunday. VWWI Schedules Noon Luncheon A meeting will follow the noon potluck of the Veterans of World War I Barracks No. 1462 and auxiliary to be held in the Memorial Hall on December 2. I Fawn Women's Club J RUMMAGE & J GIFT BOUTIQUE I PUD Auditorium i FRI., DEC. 3 J Mt. View PTA Sets Program The Mt. View P.T.A. will present "New Ways of Reporting Student Progress" at their meeting on Monday in the Mr. View School Multi-Purpose Room. This program is the result of a study by a state-wide committee of educators and offers alternatives to the traditional method of letter grades. Torger Lee, a member of the committee and the Mr. View Elementary School principal, will present the program. Mt. View parents and all others interested are invited to attend. Coffee will be served at 7:30 p.m. and the program will start at 8:00 p.m. Dinner And Bazaar Set A dinner and bazaar will be sponsored by Canal Court No. 79 Order of Amaranth on Saturday FRIENDS AND RELATIVES will gather in St. Edward's Hall from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday to honor Mr. and Mrs. James E. Connolly on their 25th wedding anniversary. Hosts and hostesses will be their children, Mary Connolly Davis of Seattle; Anne Connolly, University of Washington; Jim Connolly, Gonzaga University; and Mike Connolly, Shelton. The Connollys were married in St. Michael's Church, Olympia, on November 18, 1946. reUnion.the Union City Temple in Camp Fire L Doors will open at 2 p.m. and dinner will be served from 5 p.m. The November Leaders to 7 p.m. with a choice of beef stew or meat balls with country gravy. The price for adults will be $1.75 and children under the age of 12 years will be charged $1. Round Dancers Meet Thursday meeting of the Olympus Council Camp Fire Girls was held in the home of Mrs. Linda Hoff. Christmas plans were discussed. The six Blue Bird Groups will work on Christmas Baskets for the needy, including the donation of food, the making of gifts for the children in the families and making of tree decorations. The Da Kon Ya Camp Fire Group is making goodies for the nursing home and when they are delivered the girls will sing Christmas Carols to the patients. The Ta Wa Ma Nu Ka Camp Fire Group is donating the baby layette that they have made and they are making stuffed animals for the Blue Bird Christmas baskets. The Craft-O-Rama was also discussed and it was decided that all groups would participate and display items that they have made throughout the year. The third grade Blue Bird Group from Evergreen, led by Mrs. Carole Dale, chose their new name at their last meeting. They will call themselves the Giggle Bird Blue Birds. These girls have been working on a skit to present The Christmas Town Rounders, Shelton's round-dance club, met at 8 p.m. Thursday in the fairgrounds hall. An hour-long class for intermediate dancers, conducted by instructors Mr. and Mrs. Les Elliott, preceded the dance, the first portion of which was devoted to the routines familiar to the newcomers. President-couple Archie and Leona Vaughn announce that preparations are underway for the annual Christmas party at which the Christmas Town Rounders are hosts to the Salty Sashayers. The event is planned for the evening of December 16. Reception To Held The Golden Wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Hurst will be observed at a reception to be held in Mr. Olive Lutheran Church from 2 p.m. until 5 p.m. on December 5. Hosts and hostesses will be their daughter, Alta May, of Seattle, and Mr. and Mrs. Don Wilson of Shelton. The Hursts were married in Red Lodge, Mont. in 1921 and in 1924 came to Shelton, where they have ever since made their home. Charles Hurst retired in 1955 from the Rayonier Pulp and Paper Mill after 27 years of employment. He has since found recreation in gardening and fishing, while his wife has enjoyed ceramic china painting and sewing. They have traveled almost every summer since Hurst's retirement. Both are members of Mr. Olive Lutheran Church. Friends and relatives are invited to help them celebrate, and it is requested that no gifts be presented. Date Changed The date of the Shel-Toa Christmas party has been changed from December 9 to December 2. Jo Ewart will hostess, and a gift exchange will follow the buffet. Mary Gamwell will hold a merchandise-ordering party in her home on November 30 at 7:30 p.m., with hostess proceeds to be donated to the guild. A wine-tasting party was held at Hidden Haven on November 13. A LEITER FRoM FROM SANTA CLAUS SANTA CLAUS, INDIANA THE PROOF IS IN THE POSTMARK! Visit our Santa Post Office and select a colorful letter FREE! It's our way of saying Merry Christmas to children of all ages. Meet at the Mother-Daughter tea later in the year and for Thanksgiving the girls made cornicopias and filled them with fruit and flowers. They are also making leaf scrapbooks. Mrs. Alice Ogdens' second grade Blue Bird Group from Evergreen is making a gift for Thanksgiving. They are learning how to embroider. They are making wall hangings of turkeys on burlap done in crewel embroidery. The Snoopy's Blue Bird Group have been busy the last two weeks making aprons. The Da Kon Ya Camp Fire Group went to the bank during their meeting this week and while learning all about the bank and its functions they also earned nine beads in business. Last week the group went on a trip to Certified Manufacturing. The Ta Wa Ma Nu Ka Camp Fire Group made bird feeders this week and next week this group will be joined by the Da Kon Ya Group to work on special Christmas gifts to be presented to their sponsoring sorority on December 8th. Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Hurst Snappy genuine patent leather loafers that shine on campus, street, everywhere! They've got the NOW LOOK with groovy oblique toes and swagger buckle! Get w,th it NOW and SAVE BIGI Mr. and Mrs. James Connolly, 1946 shayers Visit Bremerton Three car-loads of square group for an evening dancers from Shelton's Saltysquare and round Sashayers club caravaned to new hall. Bremerton on Friday night to Ed Mathews of visit the Paws and Taws. Sashayers was among Many square-dance clubs of participating. the area joined the Bremerton TODAY'S Jan Danford, Society Editor Pizzicato Musicians, Meet The November meeting of the Pizzicato Music Club was held in the home of Karren Kyetta, who played the Collect. New members Carol Thompson and Betty Andrews were introduced. The hymn of 4-H NEWS Dazy Mays Make Gifts The Dazy Mays 4-H club met in the home of Mrs. Alice Haines on November 13 from 11 a.m. to: 3 p.m. President Karen Fuller called the meeting to order and Kathy' Kimbel led the 4-H pledge. Christmas presents to be made were discussed and information forms filled out. Christmas items were made. Lunch was prepared by Kathy Kimbel and Michele Moore. Cheri Moore and Cathy Rapacz will prepare the lunch for the December 11 meeting. Regular $12.99 by RANGIRS Sott Knittlt Linin$ xAv~ BLU1~ SCARLET RI~D Elastic Gored Vamp C^aNABV TAN BBON BLACK Rounded Sole Edee Watch for the the month was s0t accompaniment by April and Diane Crow the Community October, and future made. En t ertainment group singing as well as performances by guitar and vocal; NanC) talk song; Karren Alexis and April piano respectively; piano; and Connie SHOE SALON Grange S Christmas The Christmas Fair Harbor Grange on December 2 in tlae fire hall. A potluck served at 6 p.m. and distribution to will be exchanged. for CHOOSI EYE Q. How do choosing a shadow? A. Brown shadow is most daytime wear. For evening shade of eye complements your i EYE Q. How can eye shadow from in the creases A. There are you can take to eye shadow * Make sure your free of oil whet1 the shadow. * Use ,t brush-on shadow rather type. * Set the shadOW over lightly of face powder. Neil's phal Emergency Fifth & Franklin Open Daily 9 Saturdays ~ 9: Page 6 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Thursday, November 25, 1971