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December 2, 1971     Shelton Mason County Journal
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Mr. and Mrs. Dan Cuzick THE 40TH WEDDING anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Dan A. Cuzick will be celebrated at an Open House to be held in their home on Sunday from 1 p.m. until 4 p.m. They were married on December 6, 1931 in Richey, Ark. and have lived in Shelton since 1955. Cuzick is an operator-engineer for Simpson Timber Co. The couple has a son, three daughters and 11 grandchildren, all of Shelton. Friends and relatives are invited to the reception. Pacific Zone Sets Meeting The Pacific Zone will hold a meeting on December l0 at 8 p.m. in the Eagles Hall in Montesano. All committee members are asked to attend, and to turn in a complete report at this time. All old business will be discussed, and new by-laws will be voted on. On December 11 the Pacific Zone annual awards banquet will be held at 7:30 p.m. at the Eagles Hall in Montesano. All 1971 awards for games, performance, and trail riders will be presented. Election of officers for 1972 will be held.' A potluck is planned, and guests may be invited. Each person should bring his own eating utensils. 4-H NEWS NewGroup The Keyhole Valley Raiders, a new 4-H horse group organized by Vi Stickley, held their first meeting on November 3 at 7 p.m. in the tackroom of the Stickley ranch. Officers elected were Kathy Stickley, president; Bruce McLain, vice-president; Jodie Stickley, secretary; and Julie Olli, treasurer. Club costumes will be comprised of brown pants, gold shirts and brown hats. It was decided that the group would meet on the first and third Wednesdays of each month. The second meeting was held on the Sticldey ranch on November 17, and on Sunday a weaner roast and swimming party were held. Weiners were roasted at the club meeting place at 12:30 p.m. and from 2 p.m. until 4 p.m. the group swam in Pool Nuotare. As a club project hooks made of horseshoes will be offered for sale. They can be used for gun racks as well as for coat hooks, etc. By Billie Winne,.reporter Busy Bees Meet Iota To Meet Luncheon, Slated Visit Planned Tiny Tim Orthopedic Guild's --door will cover the price of the On Saturday ,uoc~0o, and bazaar will be held luncheon and participation in By shayers in the Hood Canal Woman s Club other events. clubhouse in Potlatch from 10:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. on Wednesday. All proceeds will go to the Mary Bridge Children's Hospital in Tacoma. Attractions will be a bake table, a display of hand-made items and a flea market. A donation of $1 given at the Institute Held A Teacher Training Institute for members of the Baha'i Faith was held in Shelton on November The Iota Chapter of Delta Kappa Gamma will meet at Heinie's Broiler on Saturday. A punch bowl and social hour will begin at 10:30 followed by the business meeting. The guest speaker will be Mrs. Marianne Begelow, who will talk on "Gift of Sharing." Each member should bring a gift for the Fir Lane Terrace Convalescent Center. New members of Iota are Mrs. Marie Soricone of Rainier, and Mrs. Barbara Eliason of Olympia. 20 in the WARC building on NARFE Will Meet.. " Capi l nii]'. The Shelton Chapter 1001 of Sponsored by the District Teaching Team No. 5 for Western Washington, the all day workshop session was conducted by Mrs. Barbara Haluapo of Longview and Mrs. Virginia Martig, Shelton. Baha'is attending represented Bremerton, Bainbridge Island, Longview, Naselle, Matlock and Shelton. ESA To Meet the National Association of Retired Federal Employees will meet on Wedne~.at lp.m. in the PUD Auditorium for their annual Christmas dinner and gift exchange and installation of new officers for the year 1972. Interested and eligible persons are welcome. For further information call 426-8864 or 426-6015. Ward Party Slated Beta Zeta, ESA will meet on Monday in the home of Mrs. Jim McNamara. Prior to the November 22 meeting, which was held at 8 p.m. For additional information call Mrs. Sue Goos, chairman at 877-5286. Moose Lodge Events Moose members and their- guests will meet in the lodge for a steak dinner to be held from 7 p.m. to 8 p.m. on Saturday. Prices will range from $1.75 to $2.50 with a 25 cent reduction on orders reserved in advance by phoning either Pat Walker at 426-3088, Pat Petty at 426-2352 or LaVerta Kaisors, 426-8626. A fun night for the entire family will follow. "Snow White and the Three Stooges", a Teen-Moose movie which is open to the public, will be shown at 1 p.m. Sunday in the Moose Lodge. Winners Named By Bridge Club North-South winners at the Monday night meeting of the Shelton Bridge Club were Mr. and Mrs. Warren Russell, and Walt Parsons and Bob Quimby. Winning for East-West were The hospital ward party given by the Ladies Auxiliary of the Fleet Reserve Association Unit 29 In MacRae Home in Bremerton will be held at the in Mrs. Bob Siebert's home, ,,~,~ ~al Base Hospital in Bremerton members met at the Pool Nuotare The Busy Bees 4-H~: i~/ednesday at 7 p.m. , where Mrs~ Russell Stuck at 9:30 a.m. on Noveml~#~'2Oin :" E'~tert ainmen~t ~'[I~B~ e~duct~ a brief tour of the new the home of Mrs. MacRae. ,provided by ,David Farcy and health'spa soon to open. Mary Hoosier, Shelton area folk singers active in Inn Quest. The auxiliary will hold their regular meeting at 7:30 p.m. on December 13. A recent visit to the Chapter's sponsored boy in the School For the Deaf in Vancouver was made by members Mrs. Ken Evans and Mrs. Bill Loving. Job's Daughters Will Install Honored Queen Janet Wiley Committees were appointed and plans made for a Christmas party to be held in the home of Mrs. Schmiege on December 19. The event will include the December meeting. A demonstration on sewing equipment was given by Debbie Lisoskie. By Loft Engebretson, reporter G's And B's Meet : The regular meeting of the Gs and Bs 4-H group was held at 7 p.m. on November 16 in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Nutt. The club meets on the third Tmmday of each month. Work was begun on projects and it was decided that the group would participate in Christmas caroling during December. Dinner Set e Miss Janet Wiley will be installed as Honored Queen of Bethel No. 3 7 in a public ceremony to be held at 8 p.m. on December 11 in the Mt. Moriah Temple, 3rd and Cedar streets. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Clary. Also to be installed are Peggy Viger, senior princess; Roxie Wilson, junior princess; Denise Nelson, guide; Sharrie Denison, marshal; Shellie Thomason, chaplain; Carol Aitkin, librarian; Cheryl Kelley, treasurer; Pam Wiley, recorder; Sue Ruddell, musician; Nancy Archer, first messenger; Sheryl Grunert, 'second messenger; Cathy Kimbel, third messenger; Sandy Denison, fourth messenger; Allison Luhm, fifth messenger; Sue Nelson, inner guard; Jeannie Kokett, outer guard; Tami Blackwell, senior custodian; and Glenda Stepper, junior custodian. The public is invited to attend the reception following the ceremony. Janet Wiley DRAPERIES Made to Measure--Any Size Lined or Unlined NO CHARGE FOR LABOR Pay Only For Materials Choose from se Selection A potluck Christmas dinner will be held by the Degree of Honor Lodge at 6:30 p.m. on Tuesday in the home of Mrs. Esther Morgan. Ham will be furnished by the lodge, and the menu will include white or sweet potatoes, hot rolls, vegetables, salad, cookies and sherbert. Each member will bring a dollar gift for exchange. Over 150 Patterns ) and Colors MATERIAL PRICED Open Friday Evening= Until 8:30 p.m. Gusti Goldschmid and Connie Travis, and Ann Batchelor and Etta Rector. On November 22, North-South winners were Ed Dudley and Tom Halpin, and Ann Dillard and Hassan Shatlla; East-West winners were Vie King and Norm Hulbert, and Roy and Doris Christy. All bridge players are invited to play each Monday at 7:15 p.m. in the PUD building. Bargain Barn Set A Bargain Barn will be held in the old Lincoln gym at 4th and Cota from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. on Friday and from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Saturday. The event, sponsored by the Mason County Democratic Central Committee, is described as a super rummage and crafts sale, with many local people - offering their handiwork. A snack bar will be in operation. A meeting of the Mason County Democratic Central Committee will be held at 8 p.m. today in the court house. Sale Scheduled A bazaar and rummage sale sponsored by the Women's Guild of the Seventh Day Adventist Church will be held in the PUD auditorium from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. today. A bake table, a flea market, grab bags and hand-made items will be featured, and rummage will also be available. For Christmas -Something Different DESIGNS IN CLAY Pottery Wall Plaques Sconces CUSTOM COUNTRY LEATHER Rings Wristbands" Belts Purses Candles & Inexpensive Gifts 5V2 Miles South on Maples Road PHONE 426-8840 The Salty Sashayers Square-Dance Club will dance on Saturday night with the Lacey Daisies who meet in the Lac-A-Do Hall in Olympia. Ed Mathews called for the dance held by the Sashayers last Saturday in the fairgrounds hall. The square-dancing class currently conducted by Mathews will celebrate the mid-way point in its lessons on December 13 at a party to be held in Lac-A-Do hall. e Bazaar Planned On Saturday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. the Union Ladies Civic Club will present their annual bazaar in the Union fire hall. Christmas gift articles will include hand-made items, baked goods, and home-made jams and jellies. There will be a fish-pond and grab bags. Everyone is welcome. Twenty-seven women took part in the Holiday Workshop sponsored by The Community Library Association during October and November. Classes were held on Tuesday mornings and due to the number desiring to take part, evening classes were also held. Many items made by the group have already been mailed as Christmas gifts; however, some of the projects will be on display at the Shelton Public Library until December 10. The public is invitedto see the handcraft articles. Simple and inexpensive gift items and decorations can be made easily and quickly, even by young children and will help to provide diversion for them during the pre-season activities. USING LACE PAPER DOLLIES: Take two gold or silver paper lace doilies, place a two inch foam ball in the center and with either thread or colored yarn sew the edges together forming a tight covering over the ball. Add a few sequins which can be placed with a pin in desired spaces. Fasten a loop at the top of the ornament which can then hang on the tree. Nylon net can also be used as a padding between the doilies. Follow the same instructions. HOLLY LAPEL PINS Cut 2 two inch circles of green felt, then cut out centers to represent a Christmas wreath. Use green sequins which can be purchased on strings and wind this back and forth horizontally on one circle, completely covering the wreath. L I By Jan Danford Virtue is Its own reward - A goal that I'm Not working toward. Those who have it Smugly flaunt it; Those who haven't Do not want it. It is said that we are much alike - my somewhat unpredictable, entirely unconventional and decidedly controversial Willie-horse and I. Some people like us; some don't; many disapprove of us; a few actually fear us; and practically nobody understands US. Relating as I do to my much-maligned mount, it is small wonder that with me this so-called ferocious beast is as gentle as the proverbial lamb. The world could take a lesson from us. It is a mere matter of mutual respect and a w!!!ingness to recognize one another's points of view, which often fail to coincide. Thus far our common regard and consideration have always resulted in settlements satisfactory to both parties. I am sure that my more-than-a-thousand pounds of horse must often be hard-pressed to control his baser instincts when bugged by the mere 125 pounds of presumptuousness perched 16 hands high on his well-muscled back. On the other hand, I can , readily place myself in his non-existent shoes when he is hell-bent upon putting the fear of God into some hapless ' horse-shoer. I've never been too keen, mysel'f, on having my toenails trimmed by an absolute stranger. I'm truly by the sinfulness Of others most annoyed When I, in virtue, fail to find Temptations to avoid. To Plus many other items such as: * Electric Scissors * Crewel Embroidery * Macrame', Kits ONLY 911 OIqLY OPEN 10 a.m. - 8:30 p.m. Monday- Friday Until Christmas 2020 Olympic Hwy. N. CHRISTMAS TREASURES displayed by Virginii left, and Doris Weirauch are but a few of the now on view in Shelton Public Library. Sew the second piece of felt on the back of the first circle, tacking it on both outer and inner edges. Add a small safety pin at the top for fastening on a coat or dress. Red sequins in groups of three can be added around the wreath on top of the green sequins, and a small bow of either felt or very narrow ribbon will finish the lapel pin. CALENDARS: Buy a linen calendar towel and decorate the printed design with sequins to add a bright personal touch to a gift that will last for 365 days. Important dates for the recipient may be marked with a sequin as an added personal touch. Sale To Be Held A rummage sale will be held in the PUD auditorium from 9 a.m. until 4 p.m. next Thursday , by the 20 and 4 Honorary Society of Lady Legionnaires. Free coffee will be served and many Christmas gift items will be available. STAINED GLASS ORNAMENTS Using glass patterns on the Scroll Black according instructions on the Paint the spaces black with Crystl blue, red and gold. These can be used ornaments or fastened bulbs on tree lights. All materials are local hobby shops. COOKIE cOVERS These are useful as decorative, because keep the Christmas and available. Cut a ten or of felt, and clear plastic. " APl multicolor 'so@iris shapes or felt aplSliqueS colors. Cookie cutters excellent patterns. Use a decorative braid around the circle of felt with the back and sew these The plastic will help cookies fresh, yet during the Holiday Christmas Gift Accutron" by Bulova What's a better gift than an Accutron watch? So precise that accuracy is guaranteed to within a minute a month.* We have a splendid selection of handsome new styles, priced as low as $110. Accutron by Bulova. The perfect Christmas gift. C A. Stainless steel. White or blue dial. $110. B. Stainless steel. Blue tarset dial. $12S. C. 14K Solid g01d. Silver dial. $250. FORMERLY BI[CKWITPI'S JEWEL'RY 5th & Franklin All Accottt are seoliC# in our store' *We w~ll adjust to this. tolerance~lf ne_cessary. Guarantee is for one Easy Credit Terms Page 8 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Thursday, December 2, 1971