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December 30, 1971     Shelton Mason County Journal
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ihristmas Program Held Bordeaux PI A met on the evening ol December 16 with a Christmas program replacing the regular business meeting The flag salute was led by Girl Scout troupe No. 320. A perlormance by the Soulhside Jumping Jills was tollowcd by a contedy skit ot "'The Night Before ('hrislmas'" presented by a group of junior high school girls including Peri Pettit, ttolly Estw~ld, Roxie Sears, Lori Noreen, Stacy Petraitis, ('hcryl Brown and Rita Warren. ('rafts made by Girl Scouts were on display, and leader Virginia Rasmussen spoke on scouting in the area. Leaders are needed, especially in the Bordeaux vicinity. Christmas caroling was led by the Mesdames Miller, Parson~i. arld Warren. Ctllib, Richards and Cheryl Bedell. sell-acc~mlpanied on guitar and piano, gave vocal selections. The evemng closed with the serving of collee and cookies for the adults and the appearance of Santa Claus with treats for the children. Grange To Install Officers For 1972 Officers will be installed at the meeting of the Fair Ilarbor (;range to be held at 7:30 p.m. on January 6 in the Grapeview fire hall. A potluck supper will be served at 6 p.m. Because of the installation, the program scheduled for this mcctmg will be postponed until t:ebruary, 4-H NEWS Christmas Carols Sung By Raiders The fourth meeting of the Keyhold Valley Raiders 4-H Club was held at 5 p.m. on December 15 in the Maple Valley Land and Homes Real Estate building. ttorseshoe hooks were decorated with holly during the first part of the meeting, after which members caroled at the Fir Lane Terrace Convalescent (!enter. Groups were organized to sell decorated horseshoes at Safeway and Thriftway stores and at Kimbel's Arco Station at 2 p.m. on December 18. Five club members had met at the Stickley ranch on December 8 to paint the horseshoes. On December 1 7 club members caroled for a Christmas party at the Shelton Valley Grange hall. The Carolers were Jeanne Weston, Diane and Bruce McLain, Billy and Gael Schroeder, Barbara, Kathy, Jodi, Vi and Ken Stickley, Kim and Audrey Buck, Patty Eagle, Cindy Sievert, Cindy Phillips, Terry White, Brett f-dineston, Julie Olli, Georgie Brown, Karen Evankovich and Donna Mikkelsen. by Billie Winne, reporter Dazy Mays Hold Christmas Party The Dazy Mays 4-H Club held their Christmas party on December 11 in the home of Mrs. Alice Haines. Karen Fuller called the meeting to order and the 4-I-I Pledge was led by Kathy Kimbel. ('o-leader Mrs. Rapacz attended and also two guests, Mrs. Moore and Mrs. Kimbel. The Grange Christmas party was discussed and a demonstration was given by Shannon Stordalen and Cathy Rapacz. Lunch was prepared by Chert Moore and Cathy Rapacz. by Nancy Morkert, reporter THE ENGAGEMENT of Susan Rae Morris to Eric Steven Hepner, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Hepner of Los Angeles, Cal., is announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond F. Morris. Miss Morris and her fiance are sophomores in Linfield College, McMinneville, Ore. No wedding date has been set. _-_---_-_ _-_--_- --"-" .... __-__-_-_--_-_--------A----_- --- - - -%--_-----_ -_----- Tasty Treats From Local Waters You'll Like Our Seafood Menu Come Out Ancl Try . . . HOOD CANAL SHRIMP .......... $2.75 If You Appreciate Choice Steaks Prepared to Perfection You'll Love Ours... 14 OZ. RIB STEAK -. $3.75 New Luncheon Specials Daily OPEN 11 A.M. to 9 P.M. Except Monday Phone 1 Mile S. of 877-9733 Hoodsport Page 6 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Thursday, December 30, 1971 Program To Presented By Mrs. James Barrom Mrs. James Barrom will program of organ and piano present a program on "Rigoletto" duets, including a musical skit on at the January 25 meeting of the "The Night Before Christmas." Shelton Music Club to be held at Carols were sung and gifts 8 p.m. in the home of Mrs. exchanged. George Kaszycki. Co-hostesses On January 11, the Shelton will be Mrs. Joseph Shimek and Music Club will be guests of the Mrs. Bernice Stewart. Capitol Music Clab of Olympia at The club held a Christmas a special program honoring party on December 14 in the American Women composers. The home of Mrs. Olavi Aho with, asgroups will meet in the Horizon co-hostesses, Mrs. A. H. Frank,room at Panorama City. Mrs. Donovan Palmer and Mrs. Shelton music club is ttarrie Smith. affiliated with the state and Mrs. Gilbert Sanderson and national Federation of Music Mrs. tlarry Anderson presented a Clubs. MR. AND MRS. LEE SCHUFFENHAUER celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary at a surprise dinner party held in their honor in Centralia on November 21. Family and friends attended. ACCEPTANCE: the truest kinship with humanity. Gilbert Keith Chesterton SCENT IN "SOLID" FORM Q. What is a "solid" perfume? A. A "solid" perfume is a perfume oil with a wax base. It usually comes in stick form and has a more delicate fragrance than d-oes a liquid perfume. TOILET WATER AND COLOGNE Q. What is the difference between toilet water and cologne? A. Toilet water is a lighter echo of perfume that can be used as a foundation for it. Cologne is the lightest form of fragrance. Never intended as a substitute for perfume, it is ideal as an all-over body refresher. Neil'$ Ph=rmaty Emergency Ph. 426-2165 Fifth & Franklin St.--426-3327 Open Daily 9:30 to 7:30 Saturdays -- 9:30 to 6:00 Toni Lynn Toni Lynn Jonker, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tony Jonker, became the bride of Robert L. Ramsfield in an 8 p.m. double ring ceremony performed by the Rev. William Andrews in the United Methodist Church on November 26. The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ole Ramsfield. All are of Shelton. In a floor-length white crepe gown, empire-waisted with lace bodice and sleeves, the bride was escorted by her father to an altar adorned with a bouquet of roses and carnations, white and yellow. Matching lace trimmed her net mantilla veil and she carried yellow roses surrounded by white carnations and sprigs of pine. White candles were lighted and the 150 guests were seated by Ronald L. Jonker, brother oftlae bride, and Joe A. Ramsfield, brother of the groom. Brown accessories accented the floor-length empire-waisted yellow crepe dress worn by maid of honor Miss Pamela Rode, who held yellow carnations and white roses with a wide green velvet ribbon draped over her wrist. The mother of the bride was attired in a three-piece green suit with matching accessories. The groom's mother chose a pink dress with beige accessories and each mother wore a corsage of yellow carnations and white roses. Best man was Frankie Fulton and ring-bearer was Bo Jonker, nephew of the bride. Mrs. Morton was musician, and Mrs. Donald (Marie) Waggoner was vocalist. Flower girls Tawnia Olsen and Kim Brewer wore street-length arrles yellow crepe A-line dresses with brown accessories. A reception in the church followed the wedding. The four-tiered white cake, trimmed with yellow roses, was served by Mac Owen, grandmother of the bride, and lnez Greenfield, aunt of the grooln. Coffee, lea and punch were poured respectively by Zelma Andrews, aunt of the bride; Janet Bender, cousin of the groom;and Effie Jensen, aunt of the bride. Ice cream was served by aunt of the bride Frouwe Jonker and corsages were presented by Terri Ramsfield, sister of the groom. Mina Jonker, aunt of tile bride, attended the guest bool~ while Linda Jensen, cousin of tire bride, presided at the gift table. As the couple departed for a California honeymoon, the bride was dressed in a blue-greY two-piece ensemble with accessories of navy blue. The bride is employed by tite Department of Highways ttt m I~Y Olympia and the groo t Burlington Northern, Inc.0~ Shelton. Both are Shelton Hi~ School graduates. They will reside in Shelton. Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Ramsfield WINSOM YARN By Fleisher. Reg. $1.10 skein .................. NOW PARADISE YARN By Bucilla. Reg. $1.00 skein ................... NOW MELODY BY BUCILLA Beautiful mohair yarn. Reg. $1.00 skein ......... NOW 2020 OLYMPIC HWY. N.