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PACE 8 Thursday, Nov. Ni 'i 8IIELTON--MAg0N COUNTY JOURNAL- Published in "Christmastown, U.S.A.", ShelLon, Washington :+ ' WCWU Christmas Tea Date Set The regular meeting of the %Voman's Christian Temperance Union will be 1:30 p.m. Christmas Tea to be held December 6 at the home of Mrs. Nena Roberts. 720 North Fourth street. Following the business sesmon a Christmas program will be given and there wilt be an exchange of gifts. Dues are due and new members will be welcomed at this meeting by the two contest chairmen. Mrs. Mary Turner and Mrs. Virginia Arnold. Rogers School To Be Subject Of Speech Joe Borek will be the speaker at the December 4 meeting of the St. David's Episcopal Guild at 1 pm. at the church. Mr..Borek, principal of the Mountain View school, also directs the valuable work being done at the Rogers school. He will speak on the founding and the program of the Rogers school. All interest- ed in hearing of the work being done at this school are cordially invited to attend. Pharmacy Phacts From Nell EvandeP In thinking about pharmaceuti- cal progress, the other day it oc- curred to me to wonder just how many people have ever heard the story about Cor- tisone and the .40 oxen. Not too lm%g ago, when it was first de- .eloped, 40 oxen w e r e necessary to help produce the raw material from which enough cortisone could be made for each day's treatment of just one arthritic sufferer. This natu- rally made it almost impossible for the average arthritie's use. Through tremendously costly re- search the 40 oxen have been re- placed by highly complex equip- ment which now makes cortis0ae available to everyone who needs it. Open Daily g:30 to 7:30 Saturdays  9:30 - 6:00 Heil's !Pharmay 4th & Railroad 426-3327 SEE YOUR DOCTOR NOW ABOUT FLU VACCINE FOR WINTER PROTECTION. + High School Spotlight + LIZ SOMERS spent an exciting day at the end of football season. She was chosen Homecoming Queen to reign over the last foot- ball game of the year for the champion Highclimber team. Last summer Liz attended Girls' State. When the Shelton Highclimbers played their last football game ot the season Song Queen Liz Som- ors was probably the most excitea person at the game. It was the climax of a wonderful day for her. Liz was named Homecoming Queen at the Pep ossembly that monung at school an honor oze senior girl a year has the oppor- tunity of receiving. Liz is an active member of her class. She is on the Pep Staff, belongs to Pep Club. GAA. Scar- let "S", Latin Club and Thespians. She is a member of Honor Society and the Tennis team. The past summer she attended Girls' State. Subjects chosen by Liz for her senior year include typing, chem- istry, French, civics and compo- sition. As yet, she made no defi- nite plans for the future as to which college she will attend or BUSINESS + DIRECTORY Heating Safety check Clean-up Minor & major repairs. STAR KEY'S HEATING Sales & Service 514 Ellinor 426-4673 Insurance I Disability, Hospitalization Life Retirement Funds Mutual & United of Omaha Duane Rodgers - 426-6142 Landscaping ii .+, ++ Top soil. tilling, leveling Free estimates SUNSET LANDSCAPING Herbert Baze 426-4718 Auto Glass . = I'+ i Installation JIM PAULEY, INC. 5th & Railroad Ph. 426-823 Barber ..... ' .... , Appointments I Wednesday & .Thurs. | 9:00 a.m. to :5:30 p,m. | PHONE ,26 -2072 I BERNIE S BARBER SHOP I i ..... /._ A  1 Beauty ....... I :: Hair Cuts - $1.50 Shampoo & Set. - $2.00 Permarents - $7.50 up E ening - Appointment CHRISTMASTOWN SALON 114 S. 4th ldpwntown 428643 Building .................  Masonry [ . New Buil0000g II . Brick, mock, Stone | . Remocl#ling | | Quality Workmanship | . Cabine Mxklng I I . Free,Estimates I Contract or Hourly Basis | Shelton Home Builders I | BILL CARLSON I ,,Je Rank 71@ N 4th 42-445 I I Rt. 3, Box 331 426-4480 Sand, Gravel , Top Soil : Peat Soil Custom Tractor Work Johns Creek Sand & Gravel 426-3552 Norm Anderson i Draperies .................... . Custom rade Free ttmates Work guaranteed J. C. PENNBY "CO, Drugs ....  ........ : ............  i Sewing Machine [ Helena Rin aS- I I Sales, Service Rentals I 'New and Used I metics | | Free Pickup & Delivery I PrescriltiOl _ .. | I . Hypo-11erglc Comeucs I I Singer Sewing Center | 117 5th Ave, East - Olympia I NELL'S PHARMA(Y I I Open til 9 p.m. Fri. I 00o,ey .,d,. "+" I I +,h, 3,00-7.6 , Tire Service New OK Tires Recapping , Used OK TIRE STORES Mt. View Ph. 426-4832 Eleetrieal_.,. , . House wi+Hn[ & rewiring Electric Heating Trouble Shoot, rig Licensed & Bonited Contractor JIM EINAR$SON ELEC. Star Rte. 2, Box 37, 426-6520 Electrical ....... I Travel | ! , Fairbaaks-Morse I I Air - Rail - Steamship Pumps [ | Bus - Hotels - Tours | . Electric Heting | I . No Extra Charge For I . Westinghouse, ApP,lances I I Our Service | SHELTON ELECTRIC C0, | I Angle Travel Res. Center I 401 Iailroad Ave 426-8272 I 419 Railroad Ph. 426-6283 I I ................ 426-4134 TV Service . , , Radio - "IV Phonographs CB 2-way radio LEROY'S TV SERVICE i i i , r,  ..... Floor Coverings- I LinoleUm Tile Carpeting Formica | REX FLOOR COVERING ! Mt. View Ph 426,2292 Shelton Garden Club Meets At Mrs. Hack's Home Twenty members of the Shel- ton Garden Club met November 1.8 at the home of Mrs. L. D. Hack. It was at Mrs. Hack's home that a group of civic minded worn- eft organized the Garden Club March ]4. 1939. Over the period of Mmost 24 years many beauti- fication projects within the city have been sponsored by the club. Mrs. Henry Hansmeier pros,. deut. opened the meeting by ask- inu for committee chairmen re- ports from Miss Rose Fredson, unshine: Mrs. Win. Henderson. :lecora lions for the community' concerts: Mrs. 'Percy Kennerley, hospitality; Mrs. Walter Marble. I telephone: and Mrs. George Crop- per. publicity. Mrs. Henderson said she had arranged two baskets of white dahlias for the concert held November 7 and Mrs. Ken- nerly announced the Christmas party would be held at the home of Mrs. W F. Roberts with a gift exchange. Mrs. Hansmeier announced two dates for activities of the Capitol District to be held in Tacoma. the district meeting which was held at 10 am. Tuesday at the Top of the Ocean and the annual Christmas show "Peace on Earth" to be hcid December 2-4 in the Crystal Ball- room of the Winthrop Hotel from 2-9 p.m. the first day and from 11 ann. - 9 p.m. the other two days. Mrs. Hansmeier has advance tickets for the show. Mrs. Hans- meier, Mrs. Handerson Mrs. Ken- nerley and Mrs. J. C. Brigger, a new member, planned to attend the district meeting. Mrs. Frank Travis, Sr. who as in charge of the program, showed Christmas decorations that illustrated how inexpensively attractive arrangements can be made at home. what subjects she will pursue. A delicious tea was served by Liz is active outside of school. Mrs. Craig Eliot, chairman, as- also. This past summer she was sisted by Mrs. Leona Elliott and Worthy Advisor of the local Rain- bow organization. She is presi- dent of the Episcopal Youth Club. Water and snow slding are Liz's favorite sparetime activities. She was born May 11, 1946 in Seattle but has lived at Grapeview all of her life. She is a blue eyed blond and stands 5'7". The daughter o Mr. and Mrs. Howard Seiners, she has one sister, 5, and two broth- ers, ages 12 and 20. SOCIAL EVENTS Canal Amaranth Slates Bazaar, Smorgasb:o r +  canal Court, order of An a anth will hold its annual bazaar and smorgasbord dinner in the Union Masonic Temple December 7. Hom;s will be from 10 a.m. till 8 p.m. Food will be served between 5-7 p.m. Adults, $I, children un- der 12 years, 75 cents. Tables will be arranged for those who wish to play cards. OES SOCIAL CLUB CHRISTMAS PARTY Welcome Chapter dES Social Club will meet for a 12:30 p.m. sack lunch and .Christmas party next Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Minnie Hack. A dollar limit has b-een t on the gifts for exchange. Mrs. O. D. Duxand. During the tea hour Mrs. Marble read a most in- teresting article by Sarah Josepha Hale on the Origin of Thanksgiv- ing. She was editor of America Lady's Book and the author of "Mary and Her Little Lamb". For twenty years she wrote to presi- dents and congressmen demanding a national thanksgiving day. Fin- ally Secretary of State Seward brought Mrs. Hale's request to the attention of President Lincoln who declared the last Thursday in November should be a day at Thanksgiving. Mrs. Hale wrote "Throughout the length and breadth of our great Republic, let Thanksgiving give us the love of home and of country, of thank- fulness to God and peace between brethren." Jobies Initiate Two New Members Here Job's Daughters held an all- Masonic meeting November 19 at the Masonic Temple. Each girl invited a member of one of the senior bodies. The ceremony of initiation was pu on for Nancy Swanson and Donna Reed. The Jobie bracelet was presented to Wilton Bolduc for' her part in 'the initiatory work. Jobie of the month award was given to Honored Queen, Ja- net Estvold. PTA To Discuss Legislative Program Evergreen FTA will meet at 8 p.m. Monday at the Evergreen WHAT'S COOKING IN WHOSE KITCHEN? Recipe F vorites OfCount; Resideltt_. + ..... s !i i : MAY AXELSON likes to make her own Chop Suey. Her recipe is an easy one to follow and it will serve six. Since retiring from the business world last summer, May has enjoyed being a lady of leisure. May Axelson is ,Wing the life of a lady of leisure these days for the first time in many years. Since 1947 she had helped her husband it: their store. May and John ran the Western Auto Supply utore here until it closed in June of this year. Utah is May's home state while John is from Montana. During the war she accompanied him to the bases he was stationed at. They discovered Shelton while ,Iohn was stationed at Ft. Lewis and decided this was where they wanted o make their home. Since retiring from the busines world Mav has had no trouble ke..ping her time full. She likes to read and cook. Although the Axelsons have no children ot their own, May is interested in working with them. She is presi- dent of the MIA Mutual Im- provement Assoc.) of the Church of the Latter Day Saints. The club works with young people, helping them to develop any tal- ents, giving them religious train- ing and doing what they can to help them to grow into fine adults. She has also becn conducting the weeMy morning classes on in- ] struction of the Old Testament for the young people in the church. CHOP SUEY 1 lb. fresh pork tenderloin 3 Tbsp. bacon fat 3 medium onions, sliced 3 cups stock or 3 bouillon cubes dissolved in 3 cups boiling water 1 tsp. salt 1 (:up shredded green pepper 1 cup (V lb.) sliced mushrooms, or one small can 1 / cups diced celery  cup uncooked rice Cut pork in narrow strips. Melt bacon fat in bottom of fry pan and add onions and pork. Saute until pork is brown on all sides Add stock and salt. Cook about 45 minutes. Add green pepper, mushrooms, celery and uncook- ed rice. Cook about 25 minutes or until done. Serves six Girl Scout Council Hears Report On National Convention The Tall Timber Girl Scout Council held its semi-annual coun- cil meeting in Olympia last Thursday. Representing the Mason county area were Mesdames Fred Hohn, Selden VanderWegen and Jim Gilliland. Mrs. VanderWegen was one ot three delegates of the Tall Tim- ,Rachel Knoll Guild To Send Yule Gifts To Two H0spilah The Rachel Knott Orthopedic Guild met at the home" of M+rs. Harry Deegan with Mrs. Franz Rauscher as co-hostess for a 12:- 30 p.m. hmcheon November 15. After the minutes were real and approved and tile Treamtrer's report given there were committee chairmen reports. Mrs. Frank Tra- vis. Jr. :tsked membms to send dues for the coming year to her before the Christmas meeting which will be held December 20 at the home of Mrs. George Crop- per with Mrs. Grover Brewster as eo-hostess. There will be an ex- change of gifts and each mem- ber is asked to bring an un- wrapped toy or game which will be sent to the Orthopedic hospital for gifts to be given to young children and teen-agers who are ccntined there over the holiday. As usual each one is to bring a jar or can of fruit or vegetable to be given to the Shelton General hospital. Mrs. Les Shelver ssked Mrs. Deegan to inquire further into a new project for the guild to have for raising funds early in the spring. Mrs, Dexter Edge, chairman. distributed Orthopedic calendars for next year. Mrs. Pearl Dutch- er. president, thanked the hostess- es for a delicious luncheon. Use Journal W ani Ads '.t-- _, Who remembers the Duesenberg of the late. ties and early Thirties? everybody does, This a glamour wagon. celebrity or racketeer n't have a was lacking the mark of distinction. For,, you drove this aristocra road, there was no doU you were in the chips. T, model "J" just the alone, cost $8 500 But : ear that was( It 'had a two valve, eight-in-line'.lr overhead cam engine*;[] cubic inches giving ,. power. It's little wonae,i:,] for its short-lived career]a the prestige car of A er'q" "+It QUALITY SERVICE at[ i PRICE . . . For alt y ot3jP NEEDS . . PA sSEN+'0] TR'UCK or TRACTOR '.',.=' or USED tires MERV'S TIRECAP .'' COTA . . . 426-8104. Copr. 1960 Std. Featur of Order now.., truly personal! PHOTO GREETING NEW DESIGNS TO CHOOSE Black and White Color As "'1 As 41111, Low t Low 1 As As 141W WITH ENVELOPES WITH ENVELOF ZIEGLER'S CAMERA 124 North 2nd St. Phone You'll agree DA/tIG Butter .takes .it better No substitute can match the flavor and i; nutritious goodness of Darigold Sweet CYO TO SPONSOR school. The PTA legislative pro- ber Council who attended the Nat- Cream Butter Cookies, cakes n all your DANCE FRIDAY NIGHT gram for 1964-66 will be discussed tonal Convention of the Girl baking will taste better with Darigold A dance will be sponsored by and voted on. Scouts of the U.S.A in Miami. "]7:o Butter.  o the Catholic Youth Organization The local library situation and Florida in October. ':: from 9 p.m. until midnight this advisability of participation in a Mrs. VanderWegen gave amost ''..7 + Friday at the armory. Tickets will regional type of library wiltbe dis- interesting report of her impres- be $1 apiece and may be purchas- cussed by Mrs. Morley Kramer. sions of the convention which was  .'.i;-.. ed at the door. Action is needed on this problem, attended by more than 6000 adult No jeans or pedal pushers The public is invited to attend Girl Scouts fromthe United States ,+  i[i+ rfarisor please, this important meeting, land other countries.  .  "   R DODGE+ BOYS CO'+ME" IN MAN EXCITING MODELS ' + ++' +  ]] r+-- ++ 0U AND STYLES! ! / CO M PACT FAMILY SIZE P BIG CAR MODEL GOOD t SPORT It takes all kinds to make our Dodge Boys. But no matter who they are, their sales were up over 70% in '63, and they're out to make '64 sales even better! Why not stop by your Dodge showroom soon? You'll see all types of Dodge Boys... and a great line of Dodges, too: Like this striking Polara 500 2-door Hardtop with beautiful new console. You might even want to take one home. A car, that is. DODGE POLARA 500 2-DOOR HARDTOP PAULEY MOTORS, Front and Railroad Ave.