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Local oman ing In ice Hoodsport ~iueL I County received Christmas-week well as its crew. Everglades, Fla., Rio de Janeiro although this is subject to change and Santos, Brazil; Buenos Aires, at any time during the trip. "" .....O ..... compare to the 2V2 hour trip they like to thank all for their a ball in Lake Standstill ICARME/ messages from Pemggy eCa);ert Mrs. Kneeland has resided in By NANCY BLOOMFIELD e v erywhere, nothing could anytime. The whole family would A family of Otters i Kneeland of Union mil d om one of the apartments in the Argentina; and Capetown, South The Oriental Rio is 18,000 Houu~r r~l - lvlonaay ....... thoughtfulness and remembrances the delight of the residen(~ARSTl Acapulco, Mexico, first Wonderview condominium at Atrica. tons and 584 feet long with a ..... ~.,.. r~;,.v .... a o,,:~,~,,1 made on me~anta,annaireeway, c~c.~.~, ,-,,~,, a.~,~. ..... during this trying time. animals spend the day m~sant w .a ~..+. ..... 4 +~.~;. ~....,.~ +,. "~5 covering a distance of two miles p o r t - o f - c a I I o n h e r Union since last spring after Mrs. Kneeland will continue capacity of 229 passengers and E,,u,~. .... v ........................ " The Old Mill started theirgroup of children woul.~ing new around-the-world trip which moving to this area from Hawaii, her globe circling voyage aboard sails under Chinese registry with a ou eo le "or a Winter She also stated, it was race y, ng. p, p . I - - luck going ford trip, but nice getting New Year celebration early in the slide down snow banks, 4"was nc began Dec. 7 at San Diego aboard where she had livedfor the the Oriental Carnaval, anothercrew predominantly Taiwanian.wonueriano varty A pot " "" day with a real bang, A car the ice and rest up in the]g with the Orient Overseas freighterprevious 16 years. Oriental Overseas freighter, which The Carnaval is slightly larger at .................. ,~ ,~-,-,, on to home. She consloers the family to Oriental Rio. She will spend over a month sails from Durban March 15 and 22,000 tons, 609 feet and 300 sledding and plenty of snowball be full iflse~lgddt Washtngtomans he longing to Rex Gray of the docks. Eating is alsolscould b Her letters and postcards were with friends in Durban, Southcallsat Laurence Marques, passengercapacity. Both ships fiehts now and i g o o- ame to sayLilliwaup, broke loose from its their favorite pass times ~ very a r " dr, ..... ere " they used to be from there, parking spot, rolled "c oss the are their preferred fd~er here, written aboard the huge freighter, Africa, where the Oriental Rio is Mombasa, Singapore, Hongkong, were built in Scotland, in 1951n . e n t n e y w a~ The Leonard Johnson familyhi-way into the storage room Lake Standstill is the l~ at h w h i c h a c c o m m o d a t e s due to dock Jan. 31 after calling Kaohsiung, Keelung, Kobe, and 1954 respectively, have large thoroughly chdled, they retreated ..... . ' e swimming pools and movie to the warmth of the gamc room. sp.e.ntin3 Tays ';an~i~'geth'e Ae" caus,ng cans to fly ,n all fingerling trout being ra~rday Fu theatres. The Rio has four visit .. ' s ' y rt directions and starting the electric release into Lake Cushm. aeldin where games were played. The ~'' w o r t h "s The w er potato peeler. Slight damage was have found a home witweek at~ Matlock passenger decks, the Carnaval five. , . . t:is .. ~y e wholegroup greed rote an old - - '~ -- ~. -- done to the building and the car. green pastures. That is Un~reh on A Quoting from one of the . - - - ...... accompanleu as Lar a~ lasnloned song resttmnglng a "adc~cndence Oreb MrsElsie A sled, some snow and a can be trapped. ~he and Inches letters received by a friend at " " = ": i] "t .... . " Y ". -'" 1970 Ra|n!all family should nlake a fun day, "! .._ close to a realh', ternhc .party'. 5"c'Y nor~,. WhO" stayed" wit'n he'r lb~ pm Union. Mrs. Kneeland writes: The Bob Vlkov tamdy and " o~" cr ..... obinc] " wife "Life aboard a Chinese freighter is .... ; or tn', cnarne / ~m . but this was not the case when 1, ..... , . ~ty ire ." ma. " " ' " ~ ~: m 19 a constant game o~ charade:r: for l,.atlty t~olllm returned home W" the Don Colhns Iamfly went Thursday. tro.m,...thetr 16 , dayThe trip was uneventful until sledding Saturday afternoon. The ~m.mA~S the c, B DORA H ARING M Alta Kelly fell from aYears dinner guests of Mr. and example, at a ben oyage p ty a vacation to tamornia ucmres .......... . , m~llllln~l~ul~l (Jr.) , y E " ......... : ;, . tne stuaoea recap pulled loosenew saucer Lorrie was riding slid , _ ladder in her home and broke her Mrs. Lud Rossmaier. passenger ordered ~lasses and ice sam they nan a t3eautnul trip even ......... MATLOCK - Herbert at such a pace that somehowshe ~ 4 .~h often ^ - heel. Iter son and family The Mr. and Mrs. Bill Barnes Sr. and six tonic. After some delay mougn ........... it rained the hrst week nom tne .... casing on tne return trm and Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Bradberry ?rehmeyers~.. weath~rrg:Uge Thomas Kellys of Seattle spent was thrown oft', landing face the cabin boy brought a note the" were there " giving tnem quite a start, untu down on the frozen snow, causing g. the snowefl z~t._~ inches ~ the week end with her. Her sister spent New Years Eve at the Elvin from the ship doctor 'no have sick Y" ' " "' " off they located the trouble. ' "' I ":i~: lu had be un tne way utey stoppeu ........... a blGCk :ye and facial scratches. ~~ MilaUout t, December a total of 105 nchcs ...... elorcs" ~ iOllg [lille ]-es]tle]l| el tile "~ , ' " " " "" and brother-in-law from TacomaHearing home. tonic'. These Taiwanians do not ]n rresno to v~s]t D ". , " '~ill "" "" for 1970. will spend this wcck here. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Smith and lack for imagination, are most broth~ . u CK , owers at, ' y .... 7 "" " front his car with only a bulnp on mt '~, ~i~ _] had t~ There will be a Pinochle Party ............. cr "i '- " --d famil canal area mrs. B tLecu~ " " " Visser walked away Imt~. ~ Ill~ur s mar ~ur. anu Mrs. wens Jvaayer aim children of Aberdeen spent Newcourteous, and are embarrassingly Then on to L nnwood about :;50 (.filbert d cd m the Mason t, eneral ] . .. Y .. "', A Hospital h]st Monday evening A tile head after it rolled on its top, ~ ~ n Olious ma at the (;range H'all Saturday night sons Mike and Pat wcrc New Years with their folks The Archic distressed if they make a mistake nines to me soutn, wnere mey . " .... ' with DarlGoldyashost. ' ' Kelleys. The Smith family also ductoalanguagebarrier, staved with Delores" narents gathermgol herntanytrmndsand when he swerved to ntiss a deer ~m .},BeaLar 7, L .... ;~ " :' relations followed the services New YearsDay. [ .... |ue are spentMr.theandrestMrs.Of Maxthe weekCash there.spent "'We've been aboard six days Myruc an~ t~ernara vowers for ....... A hearty welcome to Cotlette I PRI::V~lklT Pl")l.~d')l~l~usiasts, me re nalnoer el m p. " ' Iton Income Tax Forms Are N~w Years nighl, with Mr. and and I have nothing to complain -~ ] ...... e tri-- Saturday at Mr. 'rod ~rs t~ruce of, nor do 1 find any derogatory"-'ne da while Delores w " McLean's hontc in She. Dean attd Phillip Daly, new operators of ] " ",--e'~-,m'a',~ ~'"~;]~ families ' y, ent . ' Mrs. ElvinHearing. comparison with the so-calledChristntas sho,"in" Bob threw sea of the Gflberts, was able to bc Adairs Care. They were able to ]~'a . Safflv' true:\t~/Kathleer ;I ,.,I - ', , I P [4, . . To Mr. and Mrs. Lud Rossmaierluxury cruise ships. The food is aution to the wind lo " " with his dad at the lam]ly home get settled in. in time to enter lease of'a child" poisda~ in 194 ,,,a,,e,~ .ax ,arers ~o~,t Saturday evening at wonderful, plates are filled in the the six- oun"sters an~ w l" "o from /ucsday until Stu 'y when :" . aaca up - " " add twins. Mark and l/rio and [)nge.stipg m.ed)cine |continue ." . y ~ ". ' u e]t t t Olympia with James Rossmaier.kitchen with neatness and Knotts Berry Farm for the day. he ha!! to rcturn nal coveragc, r~.t,,/,cd from singh' persons with in 25 years all the family were red thegn risk over the Mexico pinochle. First prize winners were Eight persons were cited and , ,',rough ;~ : !,,~ m~