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December 2, 1971     Shelton Mason County Journal
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Lake Limerick By MARY HILL LAKE LIMI RICK - Plans for Lake Limerick Country Club's third annual New Year's Fve dance Dec. 31 have been announced by Mr. and Mrs. Tony (JoAnne) Paradise of Ballantrae Drive who will again be chairmen for the event as they have been for the past two years. Assisting on the committee will be Mr. and Mrs. Jack ((;ena) (71evenger, Lakewood; Mr. and ~rs. Bob • (Lillie) 1~dO~)'~; T'dmwaterftWr: and M~. AI (Patti)' Gronseth, North St. Andrews Drive and Mr. and~•-Mrs. Doug (Rut/l) Redburn, Seattle• A fifth couple from the Kitsap County area will be announced later. Paradise said that by popular request the same orchestra that played last year, Pat Roberts and his Evergreen Drifters, will return for this event. The cost per couple will remam the same and will include all refreshments, champagne at midnight and a steak and egg breakfast as well as plenty of favors and confetti• The affiar is limited to 75 couples with preference given to members and their guests. After Dec. 19 tickets will be available to the public. Reservations may be made by calling Manager Bob Kem at the Clubhouse, 426-3581. Mr. and Mrs. Roy (Peep) Brown of Dunvegan Road spent the Thanksgiving weekend with "Brownie's" cousin and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. George Rosebush of Winslow on Bainbridge Island. Mrs. Robert (Pat) Wells and her four children of Ballantrae Drive were Thanksgiving guests of Pat's brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Burroughs of Seattle. Mr. and Mrs. Jim (Helen) Ellis of Seattle and St. Andrews Drive are looking forward to the marriage in May of their son, Michael James, to Miss Shelley Ryerse of Des Moines. The engagement announcement was made at a party Nov. 15 at the Polynesia in Seattle. "Mike" Elfis is currently playing with his band at the Golden Carriage in Olympia. His fiance is employed at the West Seattle branch of the Peoples National Bank. The Ellis family and Miss Ryerse were dinner guests Saturday of Mr. and Mrs. Bob (Ginny) Smith of Bellevue and St. Andrews Drive. Both couples spent the four day weekend at their "second" homes on the lake. Your Standard Man, C. C. COLE & SONS, INC. Can Solve Your Problem. t-hl's In Shelton - 426-4411 S~ Oil Cempany of C~lilomia CONSTRUCTION OF a log house occup)es the efforts of thisgroup of Cub Scouts from Den 1, Pack 115 as their Den Mother, Mrs. Sonja Pearson looks on. The recently formed Pack 115 will hold its first pack meeting at the United Methodist Church Dec. 6. Scouts will present a program for their parents who have been invited to the Pack meeting. Mike Swartsel is cub master for Pack 115. Den mothers include Mrs. Pearson, Den 1; Mrs. Ran Ellis, Den 2; Mrs. Ray Casey, Den 3, and Rev. Ken Robinson, Webelos Den. nee Mr. and Mrs. Fred (Doris) Roswald of B,hnoral Way were l'hanksgiving Day guests of their daughter not son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. B;y~~))-, Slcphens of Auburn. Among the part-time residents of the community who were here for the holiday weekend were Norman Schreck, Seattle and Tipperary Way; Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Roncalli, Seattle and St. Andrews Drive; Mr. and Mrs. Elliot Hayes, Seattle and Ballantrae Drive; Mr. and' Mrs., eha~rles (E~tl'tcrI,Thomas of, I~ea(tle' nnd Ball~'r~trae Drive'; and Mr. and Mrs. William (Audrey) Bruit>n, Seattle and St. Andrews Drive. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Stevenson of North St. Andrews Drive, who have been renting the Gaillac residence, now will be paying to new owners, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel (Wallisl (;rubb of Tacoma. The (;rubbs expect to take occupancy in the spring. The Stevensons were hosts to out-of-town guests for Thanksgiving. Miss Frances Marinkovich of Seattle and St. Andrews Drive had a full house of her family for the ans holiday weekend• Among them were Mr. and Mr. Tom ('Ferry) Marinkovich former owners until Tom was transferred to Portland, Ore. Mr. and Mrs. Yoshiya Murata of Ballantrae Drive entertained guests for Thanksgiving. Mr. and Mrs. Ed (Barbara) Slagle of Connemorra Way entertained at a family party over the weekend. Their daughter, Susan Joy Slagle will be married Dec. 1 l'to Michael P. Kaika of • Connectieut,'*arld "the couple came home for the holidays especially to meet the family. The wedding will take place at St. Bernard's Catholic Church, Riverdale, Md. with a reception following at Galaudet College, Washington, D.C. where both are seniors. Gallaudet College is the only college for the deaf in the world• Following their marriage the couple will spend part of their two-week honeymoon at the Slagle's home• The Slagles plan a reception for them in Seattle. The Lake Limerick Country Club Architectural Committee will meet Sunday at 11 a.m. at the Clubhouse. Mr. and Mrs. George (Mickey) Backus of Tipperary Way were hosts for two days the early part of the week to Mickey's sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Hilbert Heesch of Flandreau, S.D. After a visit with other relatives the Heesch family returned for a Thanksgiving family dinner at the Backus home. Others present werelMr, and Mrs. Burnell H. Kaii~fiback of Buckley, Mickey's brother and sister-in-law, and a nephew, Warren Kansanback of Kent. Their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Gary Backus and son of Auburn were here also for the holiday weekend. Call US About c~> OAK PARK A Planned Unit Development 426-2646, HIMLIE REALTY, IN( eee re family can be purchased easily and quickly • with Just pick up the phone and dial and place your order. Sears has a credit plan to suit your needs Satisfaction guaranteed or your money back Evergreen Square Shelton visory Group By CARMEN YATES PIONEER - The Citizens Advisory Board will hold its regular December meeting today, at 7:30 p.m. The Advisory members will try to take care of their business by 8 p.m. so they may attend the special School Board meeting. The subject of the Special meeting of the Board will be transportation. The public is welcome to attend. And the P.T.O. is also scheduling a short business meeting at 7:30 p.m. tonight. There will be a baby sitter available during the meeting. Various fund raising activities will be planned. The money raised is to be used for playground equipment• Congratulations to the first grade. They won the room count contest for the last meeting. The contest is sponsored by the P.T.O. Whichever room has the greatest number of parents attending the meeting wins a candy bar. And still one more activity is scheduled for tonight. It looks like one mighty busy evening. This one is for the members of the 4-H Livestock Club. They will be meeting the first Thursday of each month during the colder winter months at the School Gym at 7 p.m. The Christmas Program isn't too far away now. Each of the rooms is starting to plan for their part in the annual program. The date is set for Dec. 15th at 7:30 p.m. The school was, indeed, very, very proud of the fourth and fifth grade students on their trip to Bremerton last week. They were models of good behavior and represented Pioneer School very well. Congratulations, kids. The following two poems were contributed by students from Mrs. Yeagers' fourth grade class; The wind blows, the rain flows, as you walk slow, down the street and look at the snow on the mountainside. Sam Nelson All the leaves are falling: Winters' voice is calling; I am old, but I am cold and 1 make the leaves fold. I am white, but I'm not quite the way you think I am. L ~ Peggy Eliason Great excitement reigned in the gym last Tuesday, just prior to the Thanksgiving Holidays. During the lunch recess the girls played the boys in a game of Line Soccer. Ken Judd's Raiders defeated Nils Schouviller's Kalifornia Kickers 47 to 15. (Better practice when the boys aren't looking, gals!) These two teams were the winners after several months of Girls' and Boys' sports on alternate noon hours in the gym. Mrs. Helen Palmer is in charge of the Girls activities and Baird Barr has the'boys activities. Rolland Quinn is most hopeful his band students will try to get in a goodly amount of their spare time at home between now and the ('hristmas program practicing on their instruments. His hopes also extends to a lot of cooperation, understanding and patience on the part of those parents of the band students. And speaking of Quinn perhaps this reporter can answer his questions in this week's Shelton High School has planned informational sessions on post high school %lucation for Dec. 8, starting at 7 p.m. in the Angle building. Representatives of several colleges and universities will be on hand to answer questions. The program will start with a general session at which speakers will discuss financial aids and employment opportunities for college students. Eagles Consider Bylaw Changes The Shelton Eagles Lodge will consider changes in its bylaws to eliminate segregation in the Shelton Aerie as provided by the Grand Aerie at its 1970 convention, increase social members dues and combining the social and general funds. The changes will be given a first reading at the Dec. 14 meeting, President Henry Coffey said and will be read at the subsequent two meeting. , ThE~Pr~sident stated ~he/~ chltnges at~ IIiten'ded to present a more modern and workable ~ organization to the public. on)g bulletin• Question 1. Yours truly hahded him two packages of marshmallows a few weeks ago. Question 2. If Quinn will hand same to number one (and only) son, Rusty, he will (hopefully) bring same home to his morn. (That is if they survive the bus trip!) Then his mailbox will no longer attract mice of either the four-legged or two-legged variety. Oh yes, as to the why of the whole thing. The sixth grade room morn phoned this morn with instructions for Rusty to bring two packages of marsh&allows to school and hand them to his teacher for the Halloween Party. Mystery solved? If you folks living in the general Pioneer area, Pickering, Agate.. or the Lake regions, • Tm~bers, Spencer or Philips have any items you'd like in the paper such as ('tubs, Grange or mteresting items just give me a call at 426-8853. :,.i Representatives of the colleges will each hold two 35 to 40 minute sessions following the general session. Students and their parents will have an opportunity to attend two of the sessions with college representatives. Schools who will have representatives at the sessions will be Central Washington State College, Western Washington State College, Pacific Lutheran University, Olympic Community College, Grays Harbor Community College, Centralia Community College, Olympia Vocational-TechnicalInstitute, Evergreen State College and Clover Park Educational Center. a Your Standard Man, C. C. COLE & SONS, INC. Can Solve Your Problem. 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