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December 19, 1963

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I WHAT&apos;S COOKING IN WHOSE KITCHEN? t P' ' i  ~. PAT AYERS holds her youngest, Lisa. while Bonnie and Roger stand on either side of her. Pat's recipe for Fruit Cake need not be aged so if you haven't had time to make yours for the Christ- mas holidays it still isn't too late. If you have been so bus,, with C h ri s t m a s prepa ztions you hawm't had time to make ym.ir usunl fruitcake for the holidays you will probably ppreemte Pat Ayer's recipe. It is. a moist fruit- cake that does not have to be aged. The recipe makes one extra large cake or two medium ones. Pat and he:' husband Gene, have thre youngsters, Roger. four, Bonnie. three .and Lisa, one. Three active little ones do not give Pat much time at the present for hob- bies or organizations but she s active in the Viek: Lec Orthoped- ic Guild. The day we visited her to get the recipe, Roger proudly displayed one centerpieces his Mommy had maae for a Christmas decoration :ale for the Vicki Lee Auxiliary. Pat des eijoy sewing when she has the time. FRUIT CAKE Mi and let stand overnight: 3 cups hot applesauce 1 cup lard or shortening 2 cups sugar : The next day sift three times then add : sod00 CUpS floor ltsp. nutmeg 1 tsp allspice 2, tsp. cinnamon '/., tsp. cloves 1. tsp. salt Add: 1 lb. white raisins 1 lb. dates, eat up ' lb. nuts 1 lb. diced fruit cake mix Bal(e: at 350 degrees for one !:our. ESA Has Regular December Meeting The regular business meeting of Beta. Zeta Chapter Epsilon Sigma Alpha was held at the home of Mrs. Bill Kimbel Dec. 11. Mrs. Ed Dunbar welfare chair- man. anuounced that members would egain take individual gifts to Rogers school at Christmas. The evening was spent n:amng Christmas decorations, with Mrs. Floyd Ridout, educational director, ssisting. A Christmas party was held VCednesda.y eveoing at the home of Mrs. Mickey Goodwin on Island Lake. RICHARD CORMIER TAKES A BRIDE Richard Daniel Cormicr. 1960 graduate of Shelton high school and son of Dan Cormier. Shelton. was married last Sunday to Miss Ruth Neat Marlow in \\;hiteville. S.C. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Paul Marlowe. White- ville. The bridegroom is stationed at Myrtle Beacl: Air Force Base. GOODWILL TRUCK The Goodwill truck will be in town next Tuesday. For pickups phone 426-4847. Journal Want Ads StlELTON--MASON COUNTY JOURNAL Published in "Ohristmastown. U.S.., Shelton, Washington It's A ual ; Today, Thursday, December 19 Hood Canal Woman's Club. 11 a.m. Poilalch clubhouse. Welcome Chapter Past Matrons DES. 12130 p.m. luncheon home ol Mrs. L. D. Hack. Navy Mothers Club. 7:30 p.m., Memorial hhll. Rotary Clab hmcheon, noon Ming Tree Cae. Degree ot Honor Junior Club Christrnus party, 7 p.m.. home at Mrs. Ada Howard. Port commission's meeting, 8 p.m., courthouse. Friday, December 20 Rachel Knott Orthopedic Guild Christmas party, 12:30 p.m. home of Mrs. Geo:.'ge Cropper. VFV Auxiliary Christmas par- ty and potluck. 6:50 p.m.. Men:of ial hail Santa Claus changes schedtfle for visit to Shelton. 6 to 7 p,m. instead of 7 to 8. in old Journal quarLers in Angle Buildiug. Saturday, December 21 Drivers license examiner. 10 a.ln. - 5 pro., police station. High school basketball Shelton vs. Fife. Shelton gym, B squads 6:30. varsities 8:15 p.m. Santa Claus in final visit ol year in Shelton. 2 to 4 p.m., old Journal quarters in Angle Build- ing. Sunday, December 22 Shelton churches invite you to attend the church of your choice. Monday, December 23 County commission's meeting, 10 a.m.. courthouse. Final night shopping hours in Shelton's Christmas stores, open until 8:}'0 p.m. Tuesday, December 24 Kiwanis Club lunebeon, noon, Memorial hall Salvation Army truck in town. Phone 426-6564 or leave articles on the porch at 325 north 4t street. Goodwill truck in town. Phone 426-4847. Wednesday, December 25 Merry Christmas! Thursday, December 26 Golden Age Club. 6 pm. potluck, Memorial hall. Rotary Club luncheon, noon, Ming Tree Care. Shelton General Hospital :Mr. and Mrs. Kendrick Rede 2O3 E dgeWood Apts., a girl De- cember 12. Mr. and Mrs. Harry F. roles Box 39 Union. a girl. December 14. Mr. and Mrs. Will!ran Challen- def. 2105 Laurel, a girl Decem- ber 17. Clinic Hospital Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Boad. Rt. 1. Box 141. a boy, December 12. Mr. and M'rs. Ronald Freeman. Rt. 3, Box 631. a girl Doeember 17. LET'S LOOK AT THE 1= FACTS ABOUT THE FACTS ARE: 0IL HEAT IS CLEAN HEAT. It's a fac that no fuel heats cleaner. Remember, household dlr comes from hree primary sources: Mchen cooking greases, rug and bedding Iint and racked-ln dirb. The modern forced-alr oll heating system  actually makes your home cleaner by ill- ering he air. FOR THE SAFEST, MOST EFFICIENT CLEAN HEAT... USE OIL HEAT: \\; HEATS BEST COSTS LESS OIL HEAT INSTITUTE OF WASHINGTON GET THE FACTS: Send for free olc]er on simple, effective way  reduce ak-l)orne household soil, Write Oil Heat Institute, 400 Dexte N., Seattle, - Thursday, December CHRISTMAS THEME IS USED FOR BURKART-RICHERT RITES GEORGE RICHERT and Miss Darla Burkart were married De- cember 7 at the Bellevue Methodist church. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. Burkart, Vancouver, B. C. His parents are Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Richert, Shelton. The newlyweds are mak- ing their home in Olympia. They will .be honored at a reception this Sunday from 2-5 p.m. at the Middle Skokomish Community , Club. "2.: = * * George Richert. son of Mr. and held in the church hall immed- Mi's. Theodore Riehert, Shelton. lately following the ceremony. took Miss Darla Burkart for his The three-tiered cake of ivory bride Dec. 7 at the Bellevue Meth- was decorated with tiny red roses. School Board Talks Variety 0{ Requests Several leiters were read at the Shelton School Board meeting on last -eel:. bringing up a mm:- ber of subjects which were held over for further study. A letter was received from the Pioneer School District askin it the Shelton District could {-aLe its seventh grade students during the 1964-65 school year because Pioneer was crowded. A building plan is ,n the p,"ocess of forma- tion. the Pioneer board said and the school district would again have room for its students dur- ing the 1965-66 school year. The Shelton Board held the mat- ter for further consideration al- though feeling that they would like to help out if possible, but, that it would be best to take a look at the Junior High facilities to make certain they could handle tbe extra load. A letter was received from Joe Borek. chairman of the Forest Festival concession committee. asking if the board would allow the Festival to use the old Lincoln School Grounds on Cote Street for the concessions and carnival for the Festival this year. THE BOARD took no action. wanting to think fro-thor if the use of school property for this purpose would be proper. A letter was received f'rom Pub- lic Utility District 3 asking if the board would sell a piece of Droperty it owns at the Dayton Cross Roads. The PUD wants the property to install a regulator for the electric service it is put- ting to the new Washington Cor- rections Center. The board instructed Supt. R. W. Oltman to get an appraisal of the property and report back to the board. Also received was a letter from a group of teachers, who have been studying the school's English curriculum, with a recommenda- tion that it be revised They sug- gested that a committee of three teachers and a coordinator be em- Marriage Licenses Applyino for n:arl'i-ge ::eenses at the Mason County Auditor's l] office this past week were: James M. Frye, 19. Lal:e West. Viry4il]i'/. and .J/ianita Pottel. 18. Sbelton Eldon If. Hill. Jr.. 24. Slelton. ''md Lindl Jackson. 17. Shelton. YVilliam Amstc 7,t. Elma. and Christine Bunn. 67, Elma Council A letter of appreciation for complementary tickets to Sheltom High School athletic events for lo- cal ministera was received from Rev. Carl J. Carlsen. secretary m the Mason County NIinisterial As- sociation Board Chairman Dr. Douglas Larson told the board that 18 applications for the position of superinteudent and three for as- sistant :4uperintendent had been received. Both Supt. R. "vV. Oltman and Assistant Supt. Homer Taylor are retiring July 1. Honesty is spiritua power. Mary Baker Eddy odist church. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. Burkart. Van- couver. B.C. A Christmas theme was used throughout. Red and white glad- ioli and carnations with Christ- mas wreaths and boughs decor- ated the church. For the double ring ceremony the bride ,;as es- corted down the aisle by her fa- ther. Her floor-length satin bro- cade sheath was covered with a overskirt which billowed from the waist into a chapel train. A Span- ish mantilla veil was held in place with a pearl headpiece. She car- ried a white .Bible with red roses and white carnations. Her sister. Miss Linda Burkart was her maid of honor. She wore a burgandy red floor-length vel- vet sheath with a headpiece made of holly and carried white carna- tions and red roses. Another sis- ter, 5ss Susan Burkart and the Misses Kathy MeMahon. Janie West and Marilyn Kaysner were bridesmaids. They wore floor- length velvet sheaths of a deep shade of Christmas red and ear- ried wIite fur muffs Their head- pieces were also of holly. A red velvet dress trimmed in white fur was worn by two-year old Latita Riehert. the groom's niece, who acted as flower girl. His nephew, four-year-old Doug- las Riehert. was ring bearer. Candle lighters were Bill Gott and Richard Schneider. who also acted as ushers with Roger Rich- eft and Harry Wirth. Best man for the bridegroom was his bro- ther. Gerald Richert. The bride's mother was attired in a pink knit suit embroidered with pearls with matching hat. Her corsage was of pink carna- tions with red roses. Mrs. Rich- ert's champagne colored brocaffe dress was accented with a gold hat Her corsage was made of gold chrysanthemums. The Christmas theme was fur- ther carried out in the decora- tions for {he reception which was MONDAY'S IVINNERS FOR SHELTON BRIDGE CLUB Shelton Bridge Club winners at Monday night's play were Bob Quimby and Bill Lucke, Percy Bean and son Steve. Jane Ben- nett and son Bob, Bruce Kreger and Bill Batchelor. President Gordon Bennett wish- es to remind interested people that the club wilt not meet for- the next two :Mondays. Play will resume Jan. 6. Girl Scout News Brownie Troop 172 met Monday. Pat Dunbar served the refresh- ments and Joyce Look was named to take charge of the next meet. ing which will be held after Christmas. Terry Ramsfield, Kay Hellman. Pat Dunbar and Cheryl Tabor completed their projects. All members collected their projects to take home for Christmas. With projects all done the mem- bers took time out to play a game directed by Mrs. Hellman, troop leader. They then assembled in a large circle and sang Christmas carols in preparation for caroling. Troop 172 is to meet this Fri- day at 7 p.m. with other Brownie and Girl Scout troops, under the big Christmas tree by the post- office, for caroling. Brownie Troop 172 wishes you all a Merry Christmas. -Cheryl Tabor. scribe SAVINGS BOND SALES Savings bond sales in Mason .,County during November were $9,138, according to chairman L. A. Carlon. Statewide, sales for the first 11 months of the year were $58,135,445, an increase ot 4.77 per cent over the previous year. Swans and wedding bells graced the top. Serving were Mrs. Ger- ald Richert..coffee; Miss Ann Rob- bins. cake and M'is Cheryl Smith. puncH. The guest book was m charge of Miss Audrey Raptis and Mrs. Ph-yltis Kelly attended t.he gift table. Mr. Lloyd Kelley acted ployed for six weeks during the summer to do the job. The board agreed to study the proposal and to check if there would be money available to do it. ' ALSO KELD for further study was a proposal by the board of as toastmaster, control at the high school that M .... l the conference room be named for iss urart attended verett , ,  ,,^_ .. . . j the late Pi'em,c oumt ,. txn- Jumor College and the Umvermty ned" of %Vashmgton. Mr. R:chert is a A letter was received from Vir- Shelton High School graduate and ,ini- Baile- ^ere "'" o" +h- "" also attended Olympm College He iz s Ad  "', " " ' ........ - I en visory tcouncn stating empmyea .y .lfi:cnert ana bons I that a sub-committee of the group ol]suucuon: Tney. will make I had looked into the industrial arts :nen nome in Olympia - program in its study of school A reception for the newlyweds dropouts and recommended that will be held this Sunday from the board take a look at the pro- 2 to 5 p.m. at the Middle Sko- gram. The board will do some komish Community Club to give checking into the program itself Mr, Richert's friends an oppor- and also request specific recom- tunity to meet his bride, mendations from the Advisory Jo.r.al Wani SCHOOL MENU! All City and County Schools on NINE STYLES FROM $39 `0 Vacation December 23 to January 6 Supplement your with Plenamins fror Prepp's Rexall 133 RR. Phone WALNUT MAHOGANY CHERRY TABLE TREE POLE HANGING tp COMPLETE LINE OF ACCESSORIES And a New Shipment of Beautiful Pictures A Subsidiary of P. N. Hirsch & Co. , FROM 5 pc, set or by the piece FROM $3 25 SiX STYLES EARLY AMERICAN FROM$119' THREE STYLES .,... --- -- " -' .:@-->.4" .-.,::'::" ':':':2".:.;,2e<':*.': ";" ": .': ">'e"4"::: :" ),. . ""'"';''i.'::f': ALL STYLES ALL TYPES COVERS FIVE STYLES 169 .o0 '89 FROM SET FROM ,.. and best wishes for health, happiness and success in the year ahead It has been i real pleasure serving you.., thank you l C. G. GGLE & SONS INC. " 118 So. 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