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)U IQ ed for awh , HEARING centy peop LOCK - Matlock ;cuss and~ greeted with 5 to 6 le Island,lsnow Monday. ease the Ot~ck Grange will meet this the Pioneel-ight at 6:30 with a pot pper. Deputy master aseth will meet with the ad install the officers for tear ick Ladies Club met at Ire undeted ~e of the ;Shy discus to 5) voted use any mprovemet .' ttall) wll wn. The ;ts went issue. ield's total [ldren ju~ n with the her grands his wife, n Hoodsport rns the Grange Hall last week Wednesday with Mrs. Sadie Dawson as hostess. Fourteen members attended. There is one new member Mrs. Katherine Barnes. Mrs. Ruth Painter of Port Orchard sent the ladies club a lovely gavel, with name printed on it. Tile Pinochle club had seven tables of cards last Saturday night with Darl Goldy and Mary Chappell host and hostess. High score went to Anne Cash and Edward Townsend, Pinochle to Nellie Rossmaier and Roy Andersen and low score to Edward and Rachel Valley. The next party will be Jan. 23 with Mr. and Mrs. Edward Townsend host and hostess. Mr. and Mrs. Clive Troy of Shelton spent Monday afternoon with Mrs. Augusta Portman and Carl Portman. Mrs. Augusta Portman and Carl Portman spent Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. Marie McKay of Shelton. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Walker and sons David and Ricky spent Wednesday in Tacoma with The HOODSPORT - Mr. and Mrs. John Pill, Kathy and Jeff returned home last week from a vacation in the Hawaiian Islands. They spent five days each, on the islands of Oahu and Maul. While on Oahu they did some beach combing and snorkeling on Waikiki Beach, where they added two starfish to their collection. They went to Tile Punchbowl, a National Memorial Cemetary of the Pacific, where Alnerican servicemen killed in World War I1 are buried. The cemetary is located in an extinct volcanic crator. Mrs. Pill said that although this was a very sobering experience, no one should miss a visit to this monument. New Years Day was spent ee awall least, when it caught fire and burned in her yard Sunday. The ttoodsport Volunteer firemen answered the call and promptly put out the blaze before any damage could be done to surrounding property. The car was a total loss. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Vanderweyden were extremely fortunate when Ray lost control of their pickup and ran into the canal. They were taken to Mason General Hospital where Charlotte was treated for a severe facial laceration and they were both released. The accident occurred just north of Hoodsport. Mrs. Matt Kaare of Potlatch, returned home Saturday from Mason General Hospital where she :-NOLSON Ross, of Panorama City. Jean Neal Davis and Larry Walker with Mr. and Mrs. Richard has been recovering froln a heart e s e s ha IWAUP- Tracy Grindle, Everett, of Holiday Beach, spent families. Mikami, celebrating a traditional attack. She still requires lots of Anderson I~ar old daughter of Mr. Christmas Eve with this family Mr. and Mrs. Louis Asche of Japanese New Year. First they rest. :tments. H~ Edward E. Grindle, of group. Shelton were Saturday dinner removed their shoes and then Mrs. Garfield Johnston is in a family h~p, is hospitalized in New Years was a big event at guests of Mr. and Mrs. Max Cash. they all sat on the floor, where Mason General Hospital for an r the parl~General Hospital, in the Evans. Faith and Lew hosted Mrs. Augusta Portman and they enjoyed such delicacies as indefinite stay. She says she is 'or the thyt~sufferilag second degree twenty friends on New Years Eve, Carl Portman were Thursday whale blubber, pickled seaweed, feeling much better and visitors m is a salve was burned about her with friends Mr and Mrs Alex dinner guests of Mrs. Thelma fish and rice cakes, which are welcome. nd they pll~and thigh, left arm, and Mac Gregor of "Seattle and Mr. LeortscherofElma. surprisingly were quite good. A very close call Sunday this winter; when her nightgown and Mrs. Kenneth Hecker, of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Barnes Sr. Gifts were given by the family to evening for Don and Mae Hooven, g Shelton re. She and her sister had Bainbridge Island, spending the spent Friday evening at Lake the oldest member, who in this Wilbur tying in the bathroom week-end. Nahwatzel with Mr. and Mrs. case was an elderly grandmother. ; mom, ere was an under-counter On this past Sunday, the birthday The little girl climbed Evans arrived at Panorama City 'lebrationl ; counter and was sitting by 9 am, to join their mother, ests. On ~ove the heater playing Florence Ross, for breakfast pecially doll when her nightgown before leaving for the Seattle lbel Harrin from the heater below. Tacoma Airport. Mrs. Ross, along deen who rushed to the hospital by with more than 30 other oh so ve@ts, where she is reported Panorama City residents flew to Everett S'~Ctory condition. Los Angeles, and then were to Ih one s~rE HOLIDAY NEWSboard a greyhound bus for a Frank, inI~L . ._ twenty-three day tour into ., ~o~|t ewls t~vans, of Holiday Mexico. :e t~ase i ,I| . . a~ spent the Christmas is Duty ~, at - 9 to Calif0lu the nome ot their COMMUNITY CLUB NEWS glater" Mar='' Jrand son-in-law, the Mack Reminder: The Lilliwaup .... Is, in Tacoma Daughter Community Club's monthly amny. ~ an- - " ., .at a family were also potluck supper will be at 6:30 pm recently .rln th " ~ ,, ..~ ,,it e celeoration, as welt Jan. 15. The business meeting quamy ~3ler' Jim Ross of Seattle, follows, after which there will be :er. ~h's mother, Mrs Florence A former ~ . the usual evening of pinochle. end anak[" i omi: Latzel Honored Birthday Last Week VALLEY )KOMISH - Max Latzel surprised Saturday when his family and 22 gathered at le to wish him a Happy . During the evening his Artie Tozier called from Hawaii to wish him a Birthday and also talked hside k ,etlng RAY KRATCHA - Four Leaves tb met Saturday 3anuary 9 home of leader Mrs. Helen o girls gave ~trations, Lisa Wheeler gave a on "how to brown cow" and Vicky a demonstration on aring". are still working on >me improvement project. br the next meeting, ers are supposed to write or book to read, like they to read to a four or old child, and there will o m ore girls giving s at the next e next meeting is going to 23. s. Bakke served reported junior Wheeler. lncy Schuffenhauer ',r of Mr. and Mrs Verne celebrated her Jan 1. Schuffenhauer stayed with Ronda and Mike Verne's folks Mr. and Mrs. auer came out ir: and brought Mr. and Zahn of Olympia with had cake and coffee. ". and Mrs. Walter Welander, and Donnie last Sunday visited the L. H. Asche and visited his parents Mr. Palmer Welander. md Mrs. John Kratcha of and Mrs. John Cookson Sunday visited Mr. and Kratcha. :At FISH arge Variety! Including: Guppies, Clown Barbs, Tetras, Etc. to his parents and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Valley entert'ained with a dinner Sunday for Dr. and Mrs. Nell Torvik of Poulsbo, Mr. and Mrs. George Valley and Jan of Island Lake and Jan's house guest, Miss Nancy Colin of Buffalo, N.Y. The first Grange meeting of the year was held with the new officers taking their chairs, and with 24 members present. Our new Lecturer, Mrs. Phyllis Brown, had a very impressive 'Candle lighting service' with all the officers taking part. Mrs. Maybell Willson sang 'Abide With Me' and the group song 'Blest be the Tie That Binds'. Norman Brush, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Brush and Dan Boggs of lssaquah visited Norman's parents during the week. Mr. and Mrs. George Valley of Island Lake entertained with a dinner Thursday evening in honor of their daughter Jan's birthday. Those invited were Mr. and Mrs. Chester Valley. Mrs. Alice Helenius and Karl of Olympia, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Marshall, Monica and Angela also of Olympia, Joe Ryder of Yakima, and Miss Nancy Colin of Buffalo, N.Y. Mrs. Lewis Systma entertained with a dinner Saturday evening in honor of her husband's birthday. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Systma and Mr. and Mrs. Don Edmiston of Shelton. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Layton of 'Olympia were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. BolD Sarkowitz. Mr. and Mrs. Claud Jackson of Shelton were Sunday afternoon callers at the Les Crossan home. Joe Ryder of Yakima was an over night guest Thursday at the Chester Valley home. Mr. and Mrs. Justin Taylor entertained with a birthday dinner Saturday in honor of their son Paul and Mrs. Taylor's father Harold Hunter. At this writing the Skokomish Valley has a covering of snow to the depth of eight inches. Don't worry, we oen fix that windshield in a hurry with a at l 3rd & Grove "Where Your Windshield is Guaranteed Not to Leak" Felix Brazeau. Sunday visitors at The Bill Barnes Sr. home were Mr. and Mrs. Bill Barnes Jr. of Seattle and Mr. and Mrs. Les Bozarth of Dayton. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Chamberlin and family of Port Orchard, and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Goodburn and family of Shelton were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lud Rossmaier. Sunday evening visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Earl Walker. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Brehmeyer and baby spent from Thursday through Sunday with their folks The Herbert Brehmeyer Sr's. Mrs. Mike Brehmeyer and baby and Mrs Herbert Brehmeyer Sr. called at the Paul Johnston home in Satsop Saturday. We are happy to report that Kevin Howard was able to come home Saturday after spend five weeks at the Orthopedic hospital in Seattle. Mrs. Herbert Brehmeyer Sr. spent Sunday in Shelton with Mrs. Susie Barker. Harvey Singleton of Seattle spent the week-end at the I.C. Ford home and the Herbert Brehmeyer Jr. home. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Yost of Shelton were Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. 1.C. Ford. VFW National Home Described Sam Magruder reports that the V.F.W. National Horiae at Eaton Rapids, Mich. was founded in 1925 by the Veterans of Foreign Wars of the United States to provide a home for widows, sons and daughters of deceased or disabled V.F.W. members. The Home has increased to nearly 50 units, including a modern hospital, community center, day nursery, guest lodge, Memory Chapel, clothing and grocery store, on a 60 acre campus, and a 640 acre dairy farm. This is one of the most unique and versatile child care programs in existence. Children live as a family group with only six or eight children in a home unit, often with their own mother as their housemother, in a suburban like setting. They attend Public schools with all of the accompanying activities, attend the community churches with all of the associated functions, and participate in the community and social life of Eaton Rapids, Mich., as all normal healthy children should. Eligibility rules permit admission of: Children of a deceased or disabled V.F.W. member who has been in good standing for at least a year priorto his death or disablement. Children of a deceased or disabled member of the Auxiliary who herself had foreign service in the Armed Forces of the United States. The next regular meeting of Post 1694 and the Auxiliary will be held Friday evening in the Memorial Hall at 8. The Mikami family are friends of Mrs. Jean Moore and they have a summer home on the hill just above Jean's near Union. One day was spent at Makaha, watching the International Surfboard Championships. The surfing starts so far out they couldn't really see very much until the surfers were almost to the beach. A little body surfing was tried but the waves were so rough they just rolled them around on the sandy bottom. While on Maul they visited the site where the movies The Hawaiians and Hawaii were filmed. They saw the old ship Cathage docked in Lahaina and the old shops all used in these movies. During the trip they saw Art Tozier of the Skokomish Valley and Pat Harvey of Potlatch. They also spent some time with Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Sherwood. The Sherwoods were school teachers in the Shelton School District before going to Maul. Lynn is a traveling music teacher in the elementary and Junior liigh Schools on the island. Mrs. Pills third grade class enjoyed a little taste of ttawaii when she put on a Luau for them upon her return to class. To get.in the spirit of thirlgs, the youngsters dressed in their gayest clothing and gathered around a long, low table, decorated with pineapples and flowers. Since a roast pig and real pot were unavailable, other suitable foods were substituted. Cream of Wheat when cooked and tinted lavender has a flavor and texture similar to real pot, so this was offered as the real thing. Other foods on the menu were rice, sardines, smoked fish and oysters, bananas, tangerines, fresh pineapple, orange juice and a traditional Luau pudding made from coconuts. Entertainment was provided by, Terri Dolan, who danced the hula and a polynesian dance. Clark Beall is fully recovered from his recent illness and is back to work in his auto repair shop. He would like to say thank you to all his friends and neighbors for remembering him during his stay in the hospital. A car belonging to lona Vissar of Lilliwaup, caused a small amount of excitement to say the PIONEER enu Week of January 18-22 MONDAY -- Sloppy Joe's on bun, pickles, green beans, fruit salad and milk. TUESDAY -- Meat loaf, bread & butter, buttered corn, jello with fruit, carrot sticks and milk. WEDNESDAY -- Fried chicken mashed potatoes gravy, 'cranberry sauce, buttered peas ice cream and milk. THURSDAY -- Tuna-macaroni & cheese cassero e buttered cauliflower, hot ro'lls, apple crisp with whipped cream and milk. FRIDAY -- Weiner winkS, l buttered carrots celery sticks, I bread & butter' peaches and I milk. ' I I 'S Supplement your chdd I diet with vitamins from I I i II THE GLORY OF GOD I"11111"1 ARIOH "S @UARIUS !1 W. Birch 426-6148 e Etta and Robbie and their guests Donna and David Bloomfield, happened on Interstate 5 just north of Everett. A car trying to pass Don, went into a skid right beside them. By the time it had passed them it was going broad side down the hi-way for some distance, before the driver was able to straighten it out and proceed on his way. They made the rest of the trip without further problems but said they had never seen so many vehicles in the ditch at one time. ttave you ever looked for a needle i~, a haystack'? That is what Janise Laramie is doing now. She lost her gold I.D. bracelet, engraved Janise Vernell, Monday morning on the way to school. Since we have had a total of five inches of new snow Monday, finding it will be quite a task. With the schools letting out early Monday afternoon due to the snow, children, too numerous to mention could be seen with sled or saucer in tow heading for various hills in town. Bah,~'u'llah is the latest in the succession of Divine Messengers sent by God since the beginning of man's existence. He is the Promised One of all religions. His coming ushers in the Age of Fulfillment mentioned in all the prophecies of the past Bah~'u'lP;h brings God's Plan for world peace, world justice and world unity. FOR INFORMATION: Box 2 Wilmette, Illinois 60091 Your 6uide to Expert Services in Mason County Auto Glass ' Expert Installation JIM PAULEY, INC. Mt. View Kneeland Center Ph. 426-8231 Gunsmith --Repairing Modern and Antiques --Precision Scope & Sight Mounting --Shotgun Choke Alterations, all gauges --Sllooting Supplies. WARREN A. GIRARD Route 2, Box 795 Phone 426-2501 Auto Repairing -- Major Overhauls -- Brakes & Ignition -- Welding & Tune-ups - Special Winterizing ED'S SERVICE 219 So. 1st 426-1212 Home Shopping Service--=-- FREE BONUS CREDITS! Valuable Premium Gifts! Buy and Save on Food & Household Products. FREE SHOPPING GUIDE FOR SHELTON & McCLEARY 426-3465 Beauty -- Complete Hair Care -- Wigs - Wiglets - Switches -- Merle Norman Cosmetics -- Free Demonstrations ELAINE'S BEAUTY SALON 6th & Laurel 426-4582 Masonry I --Fireplaces | --All Brick and I --Block Work | MASON'S MASONRY I Phone 426-2278 Cable TV For Service Call Rental Service Almost Anything Anywhere Bulldozer s-Loaders-Pumps Folding Banquet Tables & Chairs, Hospital Beds, Etc. LEW RENTS 2216 W. 4th, Olympia, 357-7731 Chain Saws New and Used--Rentals Oregon Chains & Accessories Small motor tune-up & repairs Hours: 8 am. to 6 p.m., daily Mike's McCulloch Shop 2215 Olympic Hwy. N., 426-4639 Sign Painting " All Types * Truck Lettering * Cartoon Illustrated Signs * Personalized Business Card & Letterhead Designs Phil Sharpe 323 S. Front St. Phone 426-2661 3Oncrete - i Travel --Ready-mix Concrete I I --Air - Rail - Steamship --Concrete Culverts & Blocks | --Bus - Hotels - Tours --Sand Gravel Brick & Stone I No Extra Charge for Our Service --Firep'lace Screens & Tools I Angle Travel Res. Center GRAYSTONE of SHELTON I 401 Railroad Ave. .7th & Park 426-3344 I426-8272 426-4134 Drugs- Tropical Fish --Helena Rubinstein Large variety including: --Cosmetics Fancy Guppies, Clown Barbs, --Prescriptions Tetras, etc. --Hypo-Allergic Cosmetics MARION'S AQUARIUS NELL'S PHARMACY 1221 W. Birch Shelton 5th & Franklin Ph 426-3327 426-6148 loor Covering --Linoleum --Carpeting ~Tile --Formica REX FLOOR COVERING Mt. View Ph. 426-2292 THIS SPACE CAN BE HAD How About You? Church 910 East Dearborn LEWIS B. WYSONG, Pastor Sunday School ..... 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship . 11:00 a.m. CY.'s & Cadets .... 6:00 p.m. Evening Service .... 7:00 p.m. Bible S]Eudy (Wed).. 7:00 p.m. Mt. View Alliance Church Washington & "J" Sts. Sunday School .... 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship . 11:00 am. A.Y.F ............ 6:00 p.m. Evening Service .... 7:00 p.m. Prayer Hour (Wed.) . 7:30 pm EARL EVERS, Pastor JESUS CHRIST said HE would come again. The BIBLE teaches this, Each time you say the LORD's Prayer you refer to HIS coming. You declare it every time you recite the Apostles Creed, How will CHRIST return? When will CHRIST return? Why will CHRIST return? What effect will CHRIST's return have on you: If HE returns while you are alive? If you are no longer alive? "Only one live, 'Twill soon be past. Only what's done for CHRIST will last." Be ready, when you don't expect HIM, CHRIST will return. CHRIST said so. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 5th &Cota --- Pastor Luckman 9:30 A.M .......Sunday School 11:00 A.M ........... Worship KMAS 1280 kc 6:00 PM.Evenlng Gospel Hour 7:15 PM.Youth Meetings and "Afterglow" Wed. 7:00 P.M.. Prayer-Bible United Methodist Church G and King Streets REV. HORACE H. MOUNTS, Minister Services: 9:00 a.m. & 11:00 a.m. Church School begins at 9:30 a.m. U.M.Y at 6:30 p.m. First Church of Christ, Scientist 302 Aider St., Shelton,Wash. Sunday School 11:00 a.m. -- Church 11:00 a.m. Wednesday evening testimony meetings 7:30 p.m. Reading room located in church. Reading room hours 11:00 a.m, to 2:00 p.m. Mon. & Fri. Fishermen's Club P.U.D. AUDITORIUM -- 3rd & Cota From 9:15 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. every Sunday SUNDAY, JANUARY 17, 1971 N Bible Study: LELAND WlLKINSO , Minister Speaker: TO BE ANNOUNCED It Faith Lutheran Church 7th and Franklin WORSHIP: 8:30and 11:00 a.m. CHURCH SCHOOL: 9:30 a.m. Christian Worship, Fellowship, Education, Service Kenneth Robinson, Pastor Phone 426-861 I of SHELTON CHURCH the NAZARENE Located in Memorial Hall, 2nd and Franklin Lowell Keene, Pastor Phone 426-1298 Sunday School ........................... 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship ........................ 11:00 a.m. Evening Service .......................... 7:00 p.m. Prayer Meeting, Thursday .................. 7:30 p.m CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST LATTER DAY SAINTS Connection & 12th Sts. Phone 426-2805 Priesthood Meeting .............................. 9:15 a.m. Sunday School ................................. 11:00 a.m. Sacrament Meeting .............................. 5:00 p.m. MT. OLIVE LUTHERAN CHURCH 206 E. Wyandotte M ISSOUR I SYNOD EDWIN C. ZSCHOCHE, Pastor Sunday, January 17, 1971 Divine Service at 10:30 Sunday School and Bible Class at 9:15 Prof. Milton Riemer of P.L.U. will Conduct services during the month of January St. David's Church Fourth & Cedar, Shelton, Washington 8:00 A.M.- Holy Communion 10:00 A.M.-- Family Service The Church is always open for meditation and prayer. NORTHSIDE BAPTIST CHURCH Phone 426-2488 ! 23 W. C. St. at Olympic Hwy. Rev. Paul Butterfield Bible Study .................................... 9:45 a.m. Worship ................................ 11 a.m. & 7:30 p.m. Midweek Service ........................... Tues., 7:30 p.m. FIRST CHRISTIAN,CHURCH .... I Arcadia and Lake Bo devard / ED CHAMBERLAIN, Minister I Bible School ....... 9:45 a.m. Family Service ...... 7:30p'm'l Worship ...................................... 11:00a.m. I Wednesday -- Bible Study and Prayer -- 7:30 p.m. | Child Care Service Available at 11:00 Service J THE FRIENDLY CHURCH SHELTON ASSEMBLY OF GOD ! 521 Monroe St. Mason Younglund, Pastor Sunday School ......................... 9:45 a.m, GOSPEL TEAM From NORTHWEST COLLEGE Sunday, January 17, 1971 11:00 a.m., 5:00 p.m., 6:00 p.m. Wednesday, Family Night .................. 7:00 p.m. REVIvALTIME, Sunday, KGDN ............. 3:00 p.m. Thursday, January 14, 1970 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Page 17