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PAGE 12 SHELTON--MASON COUNTY JOURNAL- Published in "Christmastown, U.S.A.", Shelton, Washington Thursda, Women Golfers Set Christmas Party Date The Women&apos;s Division of the Bayshore Golf Club will hold its annual Christnaas party at 8 p,m. next Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Herb Angle. Assisting the hostess will be Mesdames Glen Ferguson, Bernhard Winieckt. Bill Smith, Gary Nicloy and Larry Scheel. All wives of both social and golfmg members are invited. The regular 50 cent donation will be required. Instead of a gift ex- change there will be a special do- nation collected which will be pre- sented by Mary Ashford to the Exceptional Foresters toward thei annual Christmas party. The amount of the donation is up to the individual. f WHAT'S COOKING IN WHOSE KITCHEN? / Recipe Favorites 0fCount; Resident_ S TH{ OHRISTIFII1 SN1;{ morilTOR JOANN McCOMB finds her recipe for Shrimp Thermidor conies in handy on many occasions. It is wonderful for company dinners as preparing ease leaves the hostess with plenty of time to Accurate Complete News Coverage I Year $22 6Month, e11 3 Month. $5.50 Clip this advertisement and return it ,with your check or money order to: The Christian Science Monitor Ona Norway Street Boston, MasS. 0211S FASTER, EASIER WINTER STARTING Heavy.duty engines start in seceiids wi chewoa Pressure Primer System- even in sub-zero weather. Safe, simple system uses pressurized steel eartrid of priming fuel, discharger and metal tUbing to intake manifold. Reduces engine wear, lengthens batt3t lifl. visit with her guests. Shrimp Thermidor is an exotic sounding dish but even  novice cook can be sure of perfect re- sults with Joann MbComb's re- cipe. The main ingredients can I be kept on hand in the freezer for use at a moment's notice when you have unexpected company. 5oann, who was raised in Shel- ton, married 3in McComb. who also grew up here. They ignored the call of the big city which lured many of their chassmates and remained in Shelton to raise their family. Jim has the McComb Business Service. The McComb's only daughter, Pam, is 17 and a junior in high school this year. Then" two boys are Rick, 14, and Bill, 11. Joann is a member of Our Lady of the Woods Guild at the Cath- olic church. She and Jim belong to the Shelton Golf Club. Golf- ing, knitting and sewing are her hobbies with swimming and water skiing added for summer enter- tainment. Shrimp Thermidor /_, lb. or 8 oz. can mushrooms 2 Tbsp. butter 2 cans froz. cream of shrimp soup 2 pkg. froz, uncooked shrimp, boiled F:z cup milk tsp, dry mustard Dash of black pepper Grated Parmesan cheese Heat sliced mushrooms in but- ter until pale yellow. Mix with thawed but undiluted shrimp soup, shrimp, milk, dry mustard and pepper. Pour into casserole, top with grated cheese and bake at 400 degrees for about 20 minutes. Serve over pro-cooked rice. Serves six, Christnms Decoration Sale Slated Saturday There will be a Christmas deco- ration sale this Saturday from 9:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. at the tears Catalog office sponsored by the Vicki Lee Orthopedic Auxin tory. The December 9 Christmas meeting of the group will be held at the home of Mrs. Gone Ayers with Mrs. Ron LeGarde as co- hostess. MISS GOLDY MARRIES IN CALIFORNIA Happy Day Marks 50thAnniversary High Schocl Spotlight * For I. V. Yules ........... A day of lappy reminiscing was enjoyed last Sunday by ?vIr. and Mrs. I. V. Yule when a host of friends gathered to honor the cou- ple at an open house in honor of their Golden Wedding anniver- sary. Out-of-town guests included lIr. ? and Mrs. Glen Pierce Mrs. Myra Herriek, Dennis Yule, Eugene Pierce and David Cowles. all of Seattle, Mrs. Lottie Handy, Post t Falls, Idaho. Mrs, John Hnning, Medical Lake. Mr, and Mrs. Keith Evans and daughters Ellen and Jo, Winchester, and Miss Christ- inia Reynolds, Lakewood. Serving for the occasion were Mr, Yule's sister, Mrs. Lottie IHandy, their niece. Mrs. John Henning, Mrs. Yule's sister, Mrs. Myra Herrick. and her sister-in- law, Mrs. Glen Pierce, Dirt Dabbers Win Prizes In Bremerton Sixteen members of the Dirt Dobber Garden Club attended the Holiday Festivities program at the Sheridan Park hall in East Bre- merton November 21-22. Three first place ribbons, three second place and two third place ribbons were won by the members who entered arrangements. The club tweak third place honor in the but- KELLY HURST is turning out for wrestling during the winter let arrangements, months. He is a three-year letterman on the Highclimber football The next regular meeting will team and turns out for baseball in the spring. be held next Tuesday at 10 a.m. in , , , , the PUD auditorium. lelly tturst, Shelton high school vice. architectural drafting, sen- senior, is learning the manly art ior English and physical science. Royal Neighbors Of o, self defense now that foot- After high school Kelly would America Yule Party ball season is over. This is his like to go to college and study Royal Neighbors of America first year of turning out for architectural drawing in prepa- will hold a Christmas party next wrestling but he decided it would ration for being a draftsman or Monday at the home of Mrs. Vi be a good way to keep in shape engineer. He says he will prob- ISaugen. k pothmk dinner will be- until baseball season starts. Kelly ably attend a junior college for two years first. g at 6:30 p.m. Each member is a three-year letterman on the I. addition to his school sports, is to bring something for the din- the Highclimber football team. He Kelly likes swimming. He is a net. There will be a one dollar plays fullback position. In the gift exchange, sprmg he will turn out for his member of "S" Club and is Boys' Club representative on the Board After the dinner a meeting will third year of baseball vghere he of Control. be held for election of 1964 offi- plays second base and shortstop. Kelly was born in Richmond, cers. Atl members are invited to Subjects chosen this year by Calif. He moved to Shelton be- attend. Kelly include commercial art. ct- fore he was of school age. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. John FORMER SHELTONIAN WEDS OLYMPIAN Hurst and has a married sister, Carolee. who also attended Shel- ton schools. His two younger bro- thers are John, 6, and Mark. 4. He is 5'8" tall. weighs 175 pounds and has brown eyes and dark hair. (;OLDEN AGE CLUB SLATES POTLUCK LUNCH The Golden Age Club will meet next Thursday for a noon, potluck dinner at the Menmrial Hall. About 54 members and their families enjoyed the Thanksgiving dinner. A speech was given by Mr. RutIedge. Games were played although there was no dancing at this meeting because of lack of music. V Visiting Lodges Entertained By Ruby Rebekahs The members of Ruby Rebekah Lodge entertained many visitors from Aberdeen. Olympia. Brem- erton and Forks at their last reg- ular meeting. Entertainment was provided by several of the visit- ing lodges. Each visitor was pre- sented witll a lovely gift from the She!ton Noble Grand, Ruby Pope. The lodge Christmas party will be held December 15 starting with 1:30 p.m. dinner for members and their families. The main meat dish will be fmilhed by the lodge with members providing the balance of the menu. Dorothy Schweitering is dinner chairman and may be contacted by calling 426-6650. Helen Cole is entertain- men chairman. There will be the usual gift ex- change and those bringing chiI- dren should bring a gift with the child's name on the package. The social committee for the next meeting which will be held The Veterans providing vices in 217 VA 67 of when are patient service SCHOOL Week of Dec. 9.13 M ondaySpaghetti with peas, hot buttered frellCh fruit, milk. Tuesday -- Veg. souP - n h0 e] cheese sanm u .1- bread, blackberry cobOti( peach cobbler, milk. ["- Wednesday -- Wiener Nil home baked beans, wald0" ad, carrot sticks, hot bl' cornbread choc cake, 1. Thursday--Turkey and  green beans, hot buttered! fruit, milk. ! Friday -- Clan] chOde salad sand. lettuce at,i Island dressing, ice milk. Supplement your ohill'l with Plenamins ft" December 13. will be Agnes AIP_- ander Louise . Rose and Pearl -- .,,1 Jackson -- _ .... , Prepp's S 133 RR. pReXu Journal Want Ad 13,. RR. Pbo" '45 ' HELPE;T The Beltone Classic HFE (High FreqUent. Emphmsis) Hearing Aid is designee / cally for this type of deafness. If yo, found other hearing aids noisy or dist0' this may be just what you need. A feWi utes may tell. Come to see us at: Eells and Valley Appliance Cenl Friday, December 6, 1963 I O A.M. to 12 Noon :: You will be given an electronic heari] I and shown what help you may deriV("|l this new Beltone. There is no charge::b]] test and demonstration are FREE and it ]| obligation. Daniel E. Bruner, BELTONE HEARING 106 E. 4th, OI.vmpia Iiss Barbara Goldy became the Avoid fuel line icing. Just pouralRtte :' brkle of Mr. Andy Sheratine at THE WESTMINISTER United Presbyterian church in Olympia Chevron Ban-iceFluid in your gas tank. the Linda Wedding Chapel in was the s=etting November 16 for a double r'ng ceremony uniting Long Beach, Calif. Nov. 30. She in marriage Miss Vera Alina Devlin and Mr. Elston William Arm- pendable G.E. ale For any Standard Oil proclucf, cat [ is the daughter of Mr: Bob Goldy, strong. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Frank EdW/ard So reolistlcll A lu.mlnum.metallz, wlagl plus molded on connect=re, clock withacou,t! Alaska, and Mrs. Marie Archer, Devlin, Olympia and formerly of Shelton, and Mr. and IV#rs. tanks. Rotomatlc hoe outomotl clutch slrtol Block gL approved, deslgnedwh|teca' C. C. Cole & Sons I"c. Long Beach, Calif. His parents, Elston Armstrong, Tacoma. The new Mrs. Armstrong is a grad- Piano drops.bomb while flylng.(TM0548.2) (EB0277-3) (MD0203.3) Mr. and Mrs. Sheratine, live in uate of irene S. Reed high school and a:Tded Oietz Business ' z , 118 No. Third St. Alaska. call,age in Olympia. Her husband is a g ate of Lincoln high ,, ** 426"4411 " '[ school, S Goldy attended She]ton hoplinil;aCpmaT:d w?,, ebmplmaYdn;tbteh: hToangliwgd;mpBiarber ;lE-__ tlPJLtndO" . -.  Comet Electric ........    VFWAUXILIARY t --._._" ..z L. 00iii tltlll  . l.  ' Real bourbon people ,<;,, This Friday is the date set for II # i . I i.  V the Bazaar and Bake Sale to be 'l   W,r*e,staa_. R ilIIBV lT.3 J" Htovy Guage Steel Automatic ti .   "" held by the Ladies Auxiliary to R--', reach for  , the Veterans of Foreign Wars at l' TREE STAND ELECTRI.U --.   the FUD building.  .... -- ComeSleatheretteln OandhandsOmegleaming I An economlcole||Chrlea= metal BLANKET" $3.95 WALKER' ,,... <.....,,o,.., o.,,, <.,...,,, :, .,. ,....,,., .,,,< ,,.. L:- % E DISTRICT MEETING g F 2}quartil=a. -, movement wlth bell green boked enamel fin- hlendof80rayon.20% L finish with heat F The VFW district meeting will alaml.(WJ1839A,) !.h. Deep woter cup otton, nylon bln'llngr feet and horldic.,1 ' LUXE   l.'* . be held in. Shelton this Satur- "Plus Fedcroi 'osollnikeep" ylur trle ire* _washable... ond non guatantoO.Heovy D,., (::%r"Sd <"L{'T  "-#7 day The WOmen will meet at the txcls, Tax . ,na grelm. (TF0526.3) ollerilcllW$0595-61 included. (WSU_  "   ' ' audltOrlU ' -_'.,  uD m and the men a ' .... , .L]. - z:;- l " the lv'emorlal building beginning ""'' -I at s Pmme n d  ANTI.'  . .._ RIDE'EM/' - / All " = onating food for --"]'afn . , iramecHi.impaCt  Lhe:i]eetm, are reminded to icave gN A .... "  it at the lVlemorial building prior I t0/ k *' t ' The bourbon to, o00..thoir mecti,,00, tl, e build- ,. , ,,, with the In decanter FLAG DONATION DRILJ-jB... k-,. .------ll (TW00- ,#" !l " ,-,t. ;, The VFW Auxiliary recently  IG  lii-=    ' elegan ifference. --: :._*1 regular fifth, eh:,,'hstatc' *'";/embe, s<O thOof.r,,st Ch.st,an""  [' .,,"!;' A - ' ' REG" ' LAR' MEETINGtlle auxiliary ," 1 - L 1  $4' WALKEISt both t,<l\