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December 30, 1971     Shelton Mason County Journal
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ENGAGEMENT of Wretha Rhodes to Bob Wilkowski announced on Tuesday evening at an engagement party the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sterling Rhodes. Rhodes is a Shelton High School senior and her fiance, le son of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Wilkowski, is serving with the in Pearl Harbor. A summer wedding is planned. Feature Writer, JAN DANFORD long night before Christmas of Cadillacs through my head. were hung the chimney with care - merely one a large greedy pair! Christmas morning sought socks to discover Santa had brought. Mrs. Eddie Bac To Hostess Guild Donnie J. O'Neill Orthopedic Guild will meet at 8 p.m. Wednesday in the home of Mrs. Eddie Bac With Mrs. Vince Himlie as co-hostess. On December 16, 16 couples attended a Christmas buffet in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Manke. Art Club Officers Will Be Elected Officers for 1972 will be elected at the meeting of the Shelton Adult Art Group to be held at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday in the PUD building. Helen Knudsen and Gall Edminston will co-hostess. aPping one stocking, bright Christmas star, twinkled the title amy new car! A cup of cooked cauliflower provides vitamins A and C and contains only about 25 calories. in Santa until ',in the0tlaer the bill. There comes a time in the life every big ugly old red sedan the ultimate insult has been , when upon whose and dented back the final has been at long last loaded. For my valiant vehicle, whose head was rusted but lbowed and whose tattered had functioned faithfully I more than 190,000 merry and ehievious miles, the crippling was delivered by a service attendant. was transporting a saddle at I stopped for gas. The glanced into the back seat hooted with derision. "If 1 drove a heap like this," ~guffawed, "I'd carry a saddle, That did it. Her spirit was She settled into a sudden from which no amount of could lure her. attempted to tempt her with of high-octane gasoline, to avail; she received a of fancy motor oil, tt rallied not. From that day forward she herself firmly into a rtyred enjoyment of her brake linings and her The Hood Canal Garden Club members, under the direction of their president, Mrs. llene L. Ager, made from baby food jars 165 Santas which were filled with hard candy and placed upon Christmas Day dinner trays in Mason General Hospital, Fir Lane Terrace Convalescent Center and Shelton Manor Nursing Home. Twenty-five of the novelties were also given to the children of Rogers School. Women assisting in the project were the Mesdames Mattie Backlund, Jenny ttoff, Frances Moake, Erna Martin and Maxine Visser of Lilliwaup; the Mesdames Virginia Allison, Anna Johnson, Mac Dean and Anne Rowe of Potlatch; Mrs. Jennie Hutchins, Shelton; and Mrs. Bessie Stolen and Mrs. llene Ager of Hoodsport. Students Named To Honor Roll Named to the Dean's Honor Roll in Wenatchee Valley Community College is Janet Stroshine, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Stroshine of Shelton. )tic carburetoritis. The old ,,,-L, 'ar became a bit of a Potl Planned 'l~ochondriac, happily adding A~o~' potluck and regular ailments to those that meeting will be held by the too real. As I joyfully welcome the Year, wending my daily way an auto that is clean and warm k dry, I am swept with waves of tersweet nostalgia at the g thoughts of my Veterans of World War I Barracks No. 1462 and Auxiliary in the Memorial Hall next Thursday. DRESSES DPW To Meet old red wreck, now fading, Daughters of the Pioneers of 1971, irretrievably into the Washington will meet a" ) . .. . t noon on oI my none too silent past " " January 6 in the Timbers Restaurant. of the things resolved to do ineteen hundred For variety in cooking frozen seventy two vegetables, use bouillon instead of those that I should water for the cooking liquid rights, have done neteen hundred Eggs should be stored with seventy one. the llarge end up. . ~UUiD qmllb ~ .qlm..~p .~nb .OD .~ .~lllP .OD .q~..~b .qmb .~D .,lmD ~ CLINT WILLOUR ! ~o:~ ~! riii:i~ !i ~iil, ~h~reeniw2u~riii I 1 71 7 Olympic Highway North I NORTHWESTERN NATIONAL A 5" IE~-" , , ':~ IJlh~[ LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY Ir Ph. 426-8139 IIII .o.,o,,,c, .,..,.,ou,..,....,. Y O0 in am laze Having ham for New Year's Day dinner? Then you'll be interested in Ann Zimmerschied's famous ham-glaze. While stationed in Hawaii with her Navy-career husband, Norman, Mrs. Zimmerschied was noted for her holiday ham dinners. "Sailors stopped by to say 'Happy New Year', she recalls, "and we'd always ask them to stay for dinner - I just added another potato to the pot!" Ann and her husband, now an officer at the Washington Corrections Center, came to Shelton six years ago after his retirement from the Navy. "We first saw the state of Washington in 1955," Ann reminisces. "When we traveled across this beautiful green land we decided that this is where we'd live some day." Born and reared in the state of Virginia, she says: "It's beautiful there, but I'll take Washington any time!" Although Mrs. Zimmerschied was active in Civil Defense while in Hawaii, and was a member of Navy Wives Club, she no longer holds membership in any organizations. "1 am too busy just trying to keep up with my daughter's activities," she explains. Ann chauffeurs eleven-year-old Lori and the neighbor girls to various school and church affairs. They are active in the Assembly of God Church. "I enjoy bowling," Ann declares, "and I often substitute but I don't bowl regularly with any team." She sews, making all of her daughter's clothing and most of her own. She crochets, and she's learning to knit. The Zimmerschieds have two older sons, Gene and Gerald, both mplime ANN ZIMMERSCHIED is famous for her glazed holiday ham. Her poodle's name is Gidget. of whom were graduated from high school in Hawaii, where Gene attended college for one year. There are now three grandchildren. " We lived in Hawaii for six years," Ann states, "and 1 became friends with a Chinese woman who taught me wine-cookery. "1 also learned about raw fish," she continues. "It's served with a dipping sauce that's hot enough to cook the stuff!" Although Ann and her husband see eye-to-eye on most things, including a pet poodle named Gidgit, they cannot agree on the pronunciation of their last name. He says "shide", with a long "I"; she says "sheed". Her recipe for ham-glaze was acquired long ago from a friend. Ann has altered and perfected it to suit her own taste and she finds it a favorite with all who try it. "It looks beautiful," she states, "and tastes as good as it looks!" ILENE L. AGER of Hoodsport, right, and Mattie Backlund of Lilliwaup pose with a few of the 165 Santa Claus containers made by the members of the Hood Canal Garden Club. Mrs. Ager is president of the group and Mrs. Backlund is treasurer. Pineapple Ham and Yam Glaze Mix together 1/2 C. melted butter 1 C. granulated sugar V2 C. brown sugar 3 Tbsp. corn starch 3 Tbsp. lemon juice tsp. ground cloves 1 Heaping Tbsp. prepared mustard 1 9-0z. can crushed pineapple 3/4 C. maraschino cherries, plus juice for extra coloring and flavor. 1 to 3,/4 C. sherry, according to taste Cook over medium heat until sauce thickens; allow it to cool. Arrange yams around ham and baste with cooled sauce, covering yams well. Turn once during baking and baste again. Decorate top of ham with whole cherries, using whole cloves to secure them. Across center top of ham arrange sliced pineapple. Peach halves may also be used as a garnish, or alternate slices of apples, peaches and pineapple. The recipe makes sufficient glaze for a large ham; or glaze a small one and freeze the extra sauce. Annual Clearance SHOE SALON ::i:'~?N~,~ Values to Values to V?llues to ,~ DO 00 i or sale Priced Sale Priced Sale Priced ~'~i!i::iiiiiii:i!ii::iii!!:: PERSONALITY! BEVERLY! SBISCAI CROSSTOWN! These famous ~ames alone tell you what /~ fabulous values are yours at these low sale pricesl The Season's Best Styles, Colors and Materialsl All sizes but not in all stylesl Scholarships Are Awarded Central Washington State College students from Olympia and Shelton have been named winners of the first Alva E. Treadwell scholarships, presented in honor of a business administration professor who retired this year after 34 years service to the college. David L. Padgett, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Padgett of Olympia, and Gary M. Holt, son of ................... Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Holt, Rt. 2, Shelton, were selected for $125 scholarships. Holt is a senior majoring in accounting and ......................... finance. Mrs. Pi'outy To Hostess The next meeting of the Navy Mothers Club will be held at 7:30 p.m. next Thursday in the home of Mrs. Ray Prouty, 1519 Center St. On December 13 Mrs. Victor Franklin hostessed a Christmas party and dinner in her Island Lake home. Attending were the Mesdames Daisy Underwood, Nell Dahlman, Mildred Prouty, Eunice Sharp, Clara Stuck, Elen Evans, lla Chase, Mary Baxter, Gertrude Westcott, Ada Gustofson, Hester Ogden, Mabel Aitken and Bertha Johnson. Rich Walker Engagement Announced Mr. and Mrs. Richard B. Robbins announce the engagement of their daughter, Mattie Fuller Robbins, to David Adrian Tatosian, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Haig A. Tatosian of Bedford, Mass. "I hope to be a golf pro like my dad," says Rich Walker, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Walker. Rich works for his father on the Bayshore golf course during the spring and summer months. in The Planning Approach a seed display with anticipation. Think how much fun you're going to have picking and choosing the perfect flowers and vegetables, the perfect color schemes and taste ticklers. Packets of flower seeds usually are at the top of the display rack, those of vegetable seeds lower down. The alphabet starts at the left of the top row of packets and continues, first to the right, then down to the left of the next row. This makes it easy for you to find the packet of seeds you wish to grow. When you reach the vegetable seeds, the alphabet starts over again. But in this part of the rack you'll find that some seeds are in packets while others are in small boxes. The seeds in boxes are those that are large, like corn, peas and beans. A packet wouldn't accommodate enough of these to make planting worth while. Usually a box full of these large seeds is sufficient for 50 feet of row. But look on the backs of the boxes and of the packets for vital statistics - they're in print as are also directions for sowing and time to start seeds, indoors or out. With modern methods of printing, colors of either vegetables or flowers, particularly the latter, shown on the faces of the packets, are quite accurate. Thus, if you want to formulate a certain color scheme, you can hold 3 or 4 packets fanwise, as you would playing cards, and have a fair idea of what plant or flower seeds will look like side by side. Remember that best color schemes allow one color to dominate so perhaPS you need a second packet of the flower with that hue. Vegetables can be color-schemed too. Consider the attractive arrangement in George Washington's garden at Mount Vernon. There green and red cabbages alternate in the row, a striking and thoroughly practical idea. You might try arranging your garden using Ruby lettuce, with red leaves, in alternate rows or parts of rows with a green leaved variety. Or grow purple-podded Royalty snap beans alongside the more common, green-fruited kinds. Try it! " Club Will Meet The Eastern Star Social Club will meet for a noon potluck luncheon in the Masonic Temple on Tuesday. I Spotlight Golf and other sports head his list of hobbies, and he also enjoys music, especially rock-and-roll. "1 used to play piano and drums", he states, "but no more - now l'm just a listener." Walker studies civics, senior English, typing and physical science, with a speech class this semester to be replaced by Sociology later in the year. He will attend either Western Washington State College or Washington State University. Born in Renton on April 2, 1954, Rich Walker came to Shelton just in time to begin his education in Pioneer School where his brother, Neal, now attends second grade and his sister, Teresa, is a sixth-grader. He has an older brother and sister, both Shelton High School graduates. Rich is president of Boys' Club, for which he served as secretary in his junior year and as representative as a sophomore. As a sophomore and a junior he participated in basketball and in golf. He has for two years been a member of S Club and of Honor Society. Dinner Slated The Christmas dinner of the Shelton Rock and Mineral Society will be held at 6:30 p.nL today in the PUD auditorium. Ham will be furnished by the club, with the balance of the meal potluck. Call Us About d~/~--"~ OAK PARK A Planned Unit Development 426-2646 HIMLIE REALTY, I i;iii:i!iiii!ii:iiii/i;/) : SNAP UP THESE CHOICE BARGAINS TO WEAR RIGHT NOW! [] !, ~d, yd o ..... VERGREEN SQUARE SHELTON Thursday, December 30, 1971 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Page 7