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December 26, 1963

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LOW COST HOilE LOANS NEW CONSTRUCTION -- REMODELING PURCHASE 6 o On Reducing Balances -- No Commission Charges Mason Oounty Savings & Loan Association TITLE INSURANCE BUILDING SHELTON WE'LL BE OPEN BOTH HOLIDAYS Christmas and New Years 7:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. FOR THOSE FORGOTTEN ITEMS MERRY CHRISTMAS TO EVERYONE from Bill, Helen and Monna - at - BARQER'S BAYSHORE GROCERY Across from the Golf Club GREETING DRAWN BY SHARON BARNES Age :tO Bordeaux School VANDER WAL'S GARAGE Social Even ts Society Editor Marj Waters Phone 426-4412 * High School Spotlight Holly, Evergreen Decorations For Canal Club Party The Hood Canal Woman's club house was gaily decorated with a trimmed tree, swags of holly and evergreens last Thursday (;" when 29 members and two guests gathered to enjoy the Christmas program and meeting. Guests were Miss Williams of Union and Mrs. Vye Morris of Des MoiRes. Mrs. Ann Rowe, president, con- ducted the business session at 11 a.m. Roll call was answered by showing a picture of the Madon- na and relating a short history of each painting. A collection of Dimes for Lib- erty was taken to be sent to the National Federation to help build a memorial to immigrants at the foot of the Statue of Liberty. Table decorations were in keep- ig with the season. Hostesses wel;e the Mesdames Ann Rowe, Ilma Jenner, Mae Dean and Mar- tel Miles. Assisting with the ser- ving were Mesdames Chaz Reed- er. Verne Redman and Pierce. The afternoon program was in charge of rs. Ilma Jenner. Mrs. Rowe, as reader, gave the story of the Birthday of a King which was followed by Mrs. Reeder play- ing the piano and leading the group in singing Christmas car- ols. A paper, My Thoughts on Christmas, was read by Mrs. Nina CHERI DANIELS thinks being a social worker would be an in- Miller. The gift exchange follow- teresting life work. She is also considering the possibility of being ed. an Airline stewardess. Chert will graduate in the spring from Shelton High school. Many high school students can't make up their mind what they want to do with their future but Chert Daniels, Shelton High school senior, has not 0nty decided what she wants to do, but has also picked out a second choice. Some students would profit by following Cheri's idea Quite often college freshmen dscover a ma3or they have planned for years just is not for them and find .themselves floundering in uncertainty. Chert took sociology last year and decided she liked it so well she would continue the subject in college, either UPS or VWSC, and study to be a social worker. If she finds she is unqualified for this type of Work she plans to change over and study to become an Airline stewardess. French, basic math, senior Eng- lish, civics and physical science are Cheri's senior subjects. She is a member of GAA, is on the Pep Club Executive Board and is Girl's Club Board of Control represen- tative. She belongs to Scarlet "S" and Thespians. Her main activity outside of school is Episcopal Young Churchmen, of which she was president last year. She turned out for golf last year and claims it, and reading as her two favorite spare-time ac- tivities. However, a part-time job at the Dairy Queen cuts down considerably on her free time. Chert is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Donald E. Bean Daniels. She has one brother, Bill, 12. The family home is on Angieside. Chert is 5'3" tall, has black hair and snapping dark brown eyes. EAGLES NEWS The Eagles Auxiliary will hold a card party at the Eagles air- port hall at 8 p.m. this Saturday. The public is invited. Card party winners for Dec. 14 were Louis Herzog and Phyllis Moore, high; Herman Lorenzen and Elizabeth Butler, second high. 1500 trump was held by Elizabeth Butler and Phyllis Moore. Jean Dorsett, president of Shel- ton Eagles Auxi,iary, was sent as a delegate to mid-winter con- ference ) in Pasco in December. She gave a report to the auxiliary at the last meeting. The next club meeting will be the third Thursday in January. WHAT'S GOOKING IN WHOSE KITGHEN? OPAL HARDIE'S recipe for All-Bran Rolls can be used to make your favorite dinner roi;s. Parker House or Clover Leaf rolls, You will find the texture different from either your plain white or your whole wheat dough. Opal Hardie is about as active a grandmother as you will be able to find anyplace. She and her hus- band, Phillip llave raised four children and managed to keep common ,:nterests through the years. They are both members of the Silver Star Riding Club and the Salty Sashayers Square Dance Club. They are also members of the Southside Grange, of which she will be chaplain next year. Opal is active in the Methodist church, too. With her many interests, Opal has time. for only one hobby her grandchildren. She has nine of them. Whenever they come to vi- sit she tries to arrange her work so the day or evening can be just for them. The recipe for All-Bran Rolls shared by Opal is delicious, with texture different from either your regular light white, or whole wheat rolls. It can be used for your favorite, be it Parker House, Clover Leaf or regular Dinner rolls. ALL-BRAN ROLLS 1 pkg. dry yeast 2k_ cups water 2/3 cup dry milk 2 cups 100 per cent All-bran cereal cup sugar ] tsp. salt 1 cup melted shortening 1 egg 6 or 7 cups flour. Dissolve yeast in one-half cup warm water. Int0 rest of the water (which should be quite hot) add the alNbran and dry milk. Mix and let cool then add the rest of the ingredients and mix well. Knead in enough flour to make firm dough. Let raise till twice its size. Knead down again. When light, shape into whatever kind of rolls you prefer. Let raise until twice their size: Bake in 325 de- gree oven for 30 minutes. Age 13 GREETING DRJkVv' BY BRENDA HOWE Rogers School SHELTON TITLE GOMPANY GREETING DRAWN BY DENISE GUYER Age 9 Bordeaux School LES JOSUN WEST COAST LIFE INSURANCE New Officers Chosen By Rep.blican Women At December Meeting The Mason County Women's Re- publican Club held its annuaJ Christmas potluck luncheon De- cember 18 at the Memorial haL  Chairman for the affair was Mrs. Oscar Levin who was assisted by Mrs. Lucy Edmiston. Mrs. R. A. Snider and Mrs. J. H. Gray. Mrs. George Shackleford, pres- ident of the group, conducted the election of officers at the short business meeting. Elected tO serve in 1964 were: President. Mrs. R.' A. Snider; 1st vice president, Mrs. R. W. Norvold; 2nd vice president. Mrs. Alice ]:)ielle; secretary, Mrs. Herbert Vonhof; treasurer; Mrs. I R. O. Puhn. She also appointed an audit-  ing committee with Mrs. G. W. I Bennett serving as chairman Other members are Mrs. 5. Eber Angle and Mrs. Ralph HorroR. The new officers will be install- ed at the January 15 meeting with Mrs. Warren Earl serving as in- stalling officer. . It's A Date Thursday, Dec, 26 Golden Age Club, 6 p.m. pot- luck, Memorial Hall. Rotary Club luncheon, noon, Ming Tree Care. Friday, Dec. 27 Ruby Rebekah Lodge, 8 p.m., IOOF Hall. High school wrestling, Shelton vs. Tumwter, Shelton gym, B squads 6:30 p.m., varsities 7:30. Saturday, Dec. 28 College basketball at She!ton High gym, St. Martins College vs. C.W.C.E., 8 p.m. FOE card party, 8 p.m., air- port Hall. Drivers' license examiner, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., police station. Sunday, Dec. 29 Shelton churches invite you to attend the church of your choice. Monday, Dec. 30 County commission's meeting, 10 a.m., courthouse. City commission's meeting, 8 p.m., city hall. Wednesday, Jan. 1 Happy New Year! [ Thursday, Jan. 2 [ Yacht Club business meeting, I 8 u.m.. PUD building. Navy Mothers Club, 7:30 p.m., I Memorial Hall. Gift Exchange Hi00hlights BPW II Holidav Partv II A Christmas party for Shelton I! Business and Professional Women I and guests was he!d last Wednes- I] day evening at the home of Ella t Chase. Highlighting the evening was the gift exchange. The first regular business meet-[ ing of the new year has been post- [ poRed from New Year's day to [ Wednesday, January 8 and will be held in the home of Maybell Dan- iels. President of the club. Mrs. May Smith, has been reported recover- ing nicely fro mher recent surg- ery and is still a patient in St. Pe- ter's hospital in Olympia. t RETIRED TEACHERS I | The Mason County Retired Tea- T chefs Association. will meet at the home of Mrs. Bertha Waldrip, 1019 East Cascade January 3 at 1:30 p.m. All retired teachers are welcome. Greeting drawn by Rob Durkin Age 11 Bordeaux School MASON GOUNTY STATIONERS Helen & Det Cole 118 No. Age 11 Greetirtg drawn by Mike Holm Mt. View School ANGLE AGENCY Clara Angle Herb Angle Eber Angle Dick Angle Ea Ahlskog Mary VanBlarico Sue Daniels Bean Daniels k Greeting By Roger Lawson Age 11