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December 9, 1971     Shelton Mason County Journal
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Sharon Gain High School Spotlight Gain, the daughter of and Mrs. Wesley Gain of plans to major in !'11 probably attend Nazarene in Nampa, a couple of years," she transfer to the of Washington .as a I've always been extremely in far Eastern culture like to study in this field." Gain has been for three a member of the French of which she is now she has been a ~r of Z Club and she is now the Honor Society. Is active in the Young Group of the Hood Canal Church, and for the has worked with the Democrats. She will stalled of new officers flying Club, Shelton Inc. was held last Iday evening at Lake Attending the banquet and guests. were George Moore, [lent; Joe Anderson, resident; Donald Wiss, and Jack Marius, participate in the Leo Club now forming on the canal. "It's a junior Lions Club," she explains. She studies civics, senior English, biology and swing choir. She student teaches junior English, history and civics. She is an organist, and plays, occasionally, in church; she is employed by the J.C. Penney Company, working three days each week. She enjoys Cooking as a hobby and she is fond of dogs. "1 have a terrier," she states. Sharon Gain was born September 12, 1954 in Longview. She has an older brother and sister. Family Night Set Laurel Court No. 26 Order of Amaranth will hold a court and family night Christmas party on Wednesday in the Masonic Temple. A potluck dinner will be served at 6 p.m. Officers should wear street-length dresses. Party Planned The Dirt Dabbers Garden Club will hold a Christmas party at 10 a.m. Tuesday in the home EUison, a past member of Mrs. Warren Hill, 1513 Club, was a special guest. Madison. ! " I hues were - present vehicle but has as well the red and green little niceties like upholstered edelics made the scene seats. Those bare springs are hot Is arid spots in summer and cold in the winter. ~dots I long for a car with an of pink and tangerine, emergency brake and back-up lights and without a constant foot at purple holly! of water on the floor. of melancholy ' If Santa brings me my chosen gift, I will sell my dear but decrepit old red Dodge. It would Santas, none make a dandy fishing car. I've too jolly, already stocked it with fingerling trout. Christmas ... do I yearn, Although I very that I could Seldom see somehow turn One where the sign says red He should be, instead Unexpected- blind and Ly instead pinks that burn. Elsewhere darts The Xing Ped. cl Wake me very, very my Christmas merry a Wreathe round, red holly berry. that I am too big by on Santa's knee and, the what it is, snide Would undoubtedly be aling were I caught in his ear; but there is that I can't write him a be surreptitiously posted Y apprehensive glances cast: over a secretive A t.ETIER FROM to ask him for a car. FROM SANTA CLAUS car. of em]rse; just a SANTA CLAUS, INDIANA THE PROOF IS IN THE runs as beautifully as my POSTMARK! ~--~'--~ Visit our Santa Post Office and "" ~ select a colorful letter FREE! s About ~-f~/9~ It's our way of saying Merry ' PARK Christmas to children of all ages. Planned ~,,~.~ ~:1 3eVelopmen ~L~, T~P")J,/,J'~P :6-2646 I~EALTY, I NC.'~ Signe eel One of their oldest members will be guest of honor at the Christmas party of the Mason County Democratic Club to be held on Friday evening in the - PUD auditorium. Mrs. Signe Kneeland, born in Norway on June 22, 1889, nurtured a dream. She longed to live in the United States. When she was 13 years old, her opportunity was presented. A Norwegian family living in Minnesota, wishing a girl of their own nationality to work for them, sent a ticket to one of Signe's friends, who did not wish to leave her home. "Here's your chance, Signe," said her father. Signe traveled to America to become a nursemaid, but found herself unsuited to the employment. "I wasn't much good as a nursemaid," Signe declares, "but I was excellent at outdoor work, so it turned out just fine. The wife took care of the children and ! worked outside." For the first year, Signe worked for board and room; the second year paid for her ticket; she earned, during her third year, one dollar per week. "I've paid my own way ever since I came to this country," Mrs. Kneeland states. Because of her employment with a Norwegian-speaking tamily, Signe Kneeland, at the end of three years, could not yet speak English. She changed employers, and after three years in an English-speaking household she had mastered the language. She and a lady-l~Diend decided to homestead in Montana; Engagement Is Announced Mr. and Mrs. Ted Lanegan of Colville announce the engagement of their daughter, Linda Fay to Michael Charles Banner, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Bennie J. Banner of Shelton. Miss Lanegan is a graduate of Colville High School and for the past three years has been employed in Seattle. Her fiance was graduated from Shelton High School and from Seattle Pacific College and now teaches in the Colville High School. December 23 is the wedding date. 4-H NEWS Signe Kneeland however, after a good look at the state, they traveled on to Washington, where they stayed, later marrying brothers. "When I saw the Shelton Valley," Mrs. Kneeland recalls, "I knew that was where I wanted to live." She resided there for 40 years and from 1945 until leaving the valley she wrote fo~ the Journal as correspondent. In 1 951 she began her employment in the Mason County Court house, working as a janitor's helper. She attended Foundation To Sell Trees Keyhole Valley Holly and swags will be available in addition to trees. Raiders Meet The Mason County. Kidney Foundation Christmas tree stand will open on December 11 and remain open through December 23. The stand is located on Railroad Avenue next to Batstone's parking lot, and the hours are from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. daily. The third meeting of the idg Keyhole Valley Raiders was held Br e Club Salon To Meet to 5 p.m. next Thursday in the PUD building. Articles offered will include bottles, leather crafts, ceramics, paintings, Christmas decorations and miscellaneous items. Hot lunches will be available. Mason County Salon No. 508 Eight and Forty will meet at 7 p.m. Monday in the Memorial Hall for a dinner, a Christmas party and a gift exchange. meetings and became a member of the Democrat Club, assisting in election booths and serving for seven years as a precinct committee woman. Young Democrats will provide entertainment for the party at Which Signe Kneeland will be feted. A potluck dinner will be served at 6:30 p.m. and a group of Mrs. Cherie Schmidt's students will dance. Instead of a gift exchange, donations will be accepted for the Children's Orthopedic Hospital in Seattle. Mrs. Kneeland, widowed in 1922, has four sons - John, Alpheus, George and Joe Sol. Her grandson, Jim, is active in the Young Democrats. "George is a Republican," she confesses. Club To Meet A 6 p-,m. potluok will be held by the Golden Age Club in the Memorial Hall next Thursday. The Exceptional Foresters will present a program, and an evening of cards, games, music and dancing will follow. Fifty-two members and guests attended the last meeting of the group. ~~7 "::::!!::::'~:~:i:?::i::':':'''''''''~:':''':' i::i:9.~5~!~!~!~!~;~?~!~:~..~.:?~:::~::~::~i~!!!i:~::::!i~iii~i~i~!i~i~ ::i:'~i:i~i'::. ' ...... i3;".':'" :~:~:i~i:~:!~i!:~:i:.' " ' ";"":i:i:i ........ ========================== i:" ' I LeJa nnon First to bring Fantasy Fur Flowers to Shelton was Mrs. Lela Cannon, who demonstrated her craft on December 1 before a Homemakers Club. While visiting a sister in the East, Mrs. Cannon was introduced to Fantasy Fur. She brought supplies when she returned to'her home, and proceeded to perfect many patterns. "I let my imagination run wild," she admits, "And I came up with several fascinating animals as well as many types of flowers." Both Mrs. Cannon and her husband, Charlie, were born and reared in Arkansas. When she was 16 years old and Charlie was 18, they were married and moved to Oregon where they lived for 25 years. During World War I1 Mrs. Cannon was employed in a grocery store, and while her husband served in Germany with the U.S. Army she worked as a postal clerk. The Cannons, with their l 1-year-old daughter Brenda and son Ran came to Shelton three and a half years ago. Brenda is a sixth grader in Southside school and Ran is employed by Simpson Timber Co. as an electrician. Charlie .Cannon holds a position with the Simpson Forestry Department. "I'm strictly a home-body," says Lela Cannon. "I like to visit with people, but 1 don't care for clubs or for large social gatherings." She enjoys outdoor work. "I garden with a pick," she laughs. "I carried 50 wheelbarrow loads of rocks out of our garden-spot and then I gave up." A poodle named Lulu is her pet. "I picked fir cones to earn the money to buy her," Mrs. Cannon states. Camping is a family recreation, and Lela Cannon sews and knits in addition to her many artistic projects. "I've been interested in handicrafts all of my life," she declares. She makes clothing for herself and her daughter; she makes afghans, pillow cases and crocheted items which include pearl ropes; she creates novelties of felt and plastic foam; she fashions baby garments, stuffed toys, and countless Fantasy Fur items. Fantasy Fur is a synthetic at 7 p.m. on December 1 in the tackroom at the Stickley ranch. Names Winners Diane McLain explained the The Shelton Duplicate Bridge Grange To Meet presentation of demonstrations Club met at 7:15 p.m. Monday in and Donna Mikkelson was the PUD building. Progress Grange will meet at Choir To Sing selected to phone members North-South winners were 6:30 p.m. Friday for a potluck The United Methodist Church concerning events. Bob Stratton and Ken Zobel, and supper in the Kamilche Grange choir will present a Bach Advent ~. The group discussed future Pearl Archibald and Eva hall. The Christmas party will Oratorical at the church at4p.m. i affairs including sled and sleigh Aamondt. Winning for East-West follow at 8 p.m. Dec. 12. rides and a hay ride to be held for were Gusti Goldschmid and Clyde Exceptional Foresters and for a Ruddell, and Ann Batchelor and church group. On Wednesday, instead of the Etta Rector.' All bridge players are invited regula meeting, the club willsing to attend the Monday night Christmas carols in a nursing meetings. I home beginning at 5 p.m. Horseshoe hooks decorated with holly and paint will be offered for sale at Thriftway, Arts And Crafts i Safeway, Maple Valley Land and Homes and Bob Kimbels Area Sale Sponsored Station. Julie Olli, on horseback, sold By Democrats ,, w e p r o u d I yIll candy canes in Shelton Valley in A Christmas Arts and Crafts announce the addition [ behalf of the 4-Hclub. sale will be sponsored by the .... of Alicia Brooks to by Billie Winne, reporter Mason County Democratic our staff and the Central Committee from l0 a.m. enlargement of our facilities by one more station, to bring you the finest in hair care". Give a gift of beauty.., delight her with the Perfect Gift... A Beauty Gift Certificate. \ FREE CUTTING & STYLING with every wig or hairpiece purchased during the month of December For Christmas -Something Different DESIGNS IN C Pottery Wall Plaques Sconces CUSTOM COUNTRY LEATHER Rings Wristbands. Belts Purses MAKE YOUR APPOINTMENTS EARLY FOR THE HOLIDAYS. Candles & Inexpensive Gifts Vacationers and newcomers welcome. In 7fine operators to serve you. ! l ='s Belt ty S 1428 OLYMPIC HWY. SO: Phone 426-6659 Evenings By Appt. Open Mon. thru Saturday _ ~ i~ LELA CANNON creates creatures as well as blossoms from Fantasy Fur. long-napped material available in almost every color imaginable. Realistic Persian cats, Pekinese pups and Scotty dogs of Fantasy Fur may have their silky coats brushed and groomed. Exotic flowers lend themselves to striking arrangements. Fun Fur Poppy Make a tiny hole in the center of a four-inch square of Fantasy Fur. The hole should be only large enough to permit insertion of wire. Sew around the edges of the Party Slated David Ray Orthopedic Auxiliary will hold a Christmas party in the home of Mrs. Jan Adams, Union, on Wednesday at 7 p.m. Each person attending is to bring a gift for exchange. Potluck Planned The Christmas party of Amaranth Social Club will feature a noon potluck luncheon and an exchange of gifts to be held Monday in the home of Vi Ferris. square in large stitches leaving needle and thread attached. For the stem use a length of 16 gauge floral wire with a hook bent into one end. Push through center of a one-and-a-half-inch diameter plastic foam ball, imbedding hook firmly. Insert end of wire through hole in center of fabric square, drawing material up and around ball, pulling threads to gather tightly. Secure thread firmly. To accent with another color, make a tiny hole in a one-and-one half inch square of contrasting material, insert wire and push fabric to base of ball. Turn flower upside down and comb fur down. Spray with hair spray and shape with the hand. Artificial leaves may be added as arrangements are made, or leaves may he fashioned of Fantasy Fur by cutting a rectangle one inch by two inches and combing out in all directions from the center. Spray and allow to dry. Glue to the back a six-inch length of floral wire. When dry, trim fabric into a leaf shape and attach leaf stem to flower stem. If desired a longer stem may be used and the leaf stalk utilized separately. PERFECT GIFT IS A FOR Choose from the finest selection available in... DIAMOND PENDANTS .......... From Sl5 DIAMOND RINGS ............ From *99" DIAMOND EARRINGS ........ From s99" DIAMOND CROSS ............ From s39" Men's Diamond TIE TACKS .., .................. From *!0 CUFFLINKS ...................... From RINGS ......................... From FREE PARKING FREE GIFT WRAP FORMERLY BECKWlTH'S JEWELRY 5th & Franklin Easy Credit Terms Thursday, Decembe, 9, 1971 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Page / :i~[