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January 21, 1971

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e 's O N )n of reed to he was~NCY BLOOMFIELD many dOODSPORT - Hoodsport lent, alt~o new families move in this him bI~ week. Lou and Connie at, he ins transfered from the ~siding kmet State Salmon Hatchery f the M Hoodsport State Salmon )hal IJtery. The family including build".|ters Lisa, 3, and Debbie, 1 8 le vie~hs have moved into the ,sure rehouse apartment atop the tom diery building. e ...tad and Shirley Seward and comp~ric are located at the Grove ;ystem ~I Park. Bud transfered from r g e d ]ora, Calif where he worked licated~e Naval Weapon Station to U.S. Forest Service in until port. this aT 3nner s= yeatS, :itutio~Wa U p been ~- alreadl t evid~V1AN OL'SON lforrnILLIWAUP - The local that it- or lack of it - this week is @ rallies ]n Before taking the job Bud checked with the weather bureau in California on our weather. They assured him this area had a very mild climate with no snow. They barely had time to get their mobile home set up before it was covered with a foot of snow. Two fires kept the ttoodsport Fire Department on its toes this week. In both cases the fires were out before the firetrucks could reach them. The fire department said they were pleased to have people call them first and then do what they can to control the blaze themselves. In this way it cuts down the chances of the fire being out of hand when they second fifty pound lot of birdseed. Four squirrels now lapping up syrup and gorging on walnuts, chattering and fighting, reach it. The first fire started Tuesday evening in a trailer house belonging to Norman Jones, at Tillicum Beach. Apparently a spark jumped from a fireplace onto the rug. A motor on a furnace caught fire in the Harry Enochs residence, located on Finch Creek. Damage was done to a wall, besides smoking up the interior of the house. Mr. and Mrs. Burt Tweed and family recently returned from a trip to California, where they visited their daughter and family, Carol and Larry Bertholf, David and Tina. Like all Grandparents in power and phone lines. Home mail delivery almost nil, impossible to keep mailboxes shoveled out in competition with they enjoyed the first efforts of 13 month old Tina in her struggles to walk. New Years Eve they were privledged to go to a rather exclusive club, The Castaways, which overlooks all of Los Angeles and the Valley. New Years Day was spent at Disneyland doing all the things tourists do and enjoying every minute of it. Both going and coming they stopped off for a day in Sacramento to visit old friends. One day was insufficient to bring up to date all the happenings of the past years since last seeing these folks in Glendive, Mont. Betty and Burt were pleased to have grandson Sbayne, accompanied by parents Trudy and Kenneth Senanko as Sunday guests.The Semanko's live in Elma. Betty mentioned they were able to feel the earthquake at Lake Cushman last week. The ttoodsport Volunteer Firemen held a meeting Tuesday, at which they elected new officers. They are Fire Chief, includ0Weather related. A white, vernor:~ little bit lonely world with even right up in the nut bowl.the snow plows shoveling them in. Mick Simmons; Assistant Fire e rt~ feet of snow blanketm pa , g With the extensive power Only the faithful newspaper Chief, John Darn; secretary, Eric and ~aup, tracks of fox. and deer, outage on Thursday night, almost keeping a link with the outer Tokar, treasurer, Garden ect!,ve ittle racoon footprints in the complete lack of communica- world. Rain, hail, sleet or snow Dickinson, members at large, Jim ate , C~ Dozens and dozens and tions. Six inches of heavy, wet never stops the paper man. O'Neil and Bill Ing. John Gregory ns of birds on the sundecksnow, resulting in slides and The beauty of moonlight on was elected to become a new ing their way through the falling trees, caused many breaks white snow. Trees shrouded in member. thick blankets of pristine beauty. Marty Lanning is home ~ Even the deciduous trees thickly recuperating after having surgery frosted The insulated quiet, in St. Peter Hospital last lEon High School broken by the "plop" of snow Thursday. She feels quite good sliding from :in overweightedbut is taking it real easy as yet. 1110 t"[ C L I limb. The high tides and lazy Our deepest sympathy to W ,,..lOSeS oCl]OOl$ current of ttood ('anal onFmma Beall on the loss of her /i, |vo D windless days picking up hugesister in Spokane last Saturday. ays Last Week sheets of thick snow to float A belated Happy Birthday to outward like miniature icebergs. Stella Johnston, who is still ,.11 c..... !hursdayand Friday lastNight school has startedNight School a aing'. Cooking primitive fashion receiving treatment in Mason Ii over the open fire. Or for the General ttospital. She is feeling II ~ were a short vacation for Olympic college is holding classes outdoor oriented over camp much better and expects to be II 72~s ecause of the large at Shelton Iligh School, four stoves. Meals by glowing home in about two weeks. ~! ~:'g th:nw on the roads nights a week Monday - cabincandlelight'feverOCCasinalrouted bybUtSwarmf fromSaturdaYa specialher doctordiet releasedin orderherto ~1 ieI~, . transportation of Thursday nights from 6 -- 9:30welcome from good neighbors, have one food to celebrate her |l~:nts to and from school p.m. /! ~u!t. Well worth the effort of plowing birthday. She had Garfield bring a ~| |chool resu ,i ~. , Game through two feet of snow dish of ice cream. ~fing!" as" usual, me,, monaay The Shelton coaches: playedctions to achieve. Arriving panting but ttoodsport was without water ~| the Washington Corre , warm with an inner and outer Friday for a short period of time ~e French club is sellingraise funds for the , n, eht.oglow. when a fuse blew out in the ._ Ill French Club Center Monday night in a g;l the the restoration of power, transformer. Service was restored Renewing the simple enjoyments, about 10 a.m. its at noon again The donuts scholarship fund for a~enior b y. Flick on a switch and there isBob and Doris Dunham are maple bars Sell for 10c each. qans are underway for the di-Gras-Karnival held in unction with the German ij The event will take place ~n '~time !n k2~bruary and is open =~';e pubdc. !~he affair will feature many games, booths, both and German foods, ]:bly a band and other events reing planned. Tolo The Sadie Hawkins Dance will be held Feb. 13. A meeting was held Wednesday to gel plans underway. Melody Steere, senior, is in charge of the planning because she originated the idea. light. Turn up the thermostat and there is warmth. Turn a tap and once again the warm shower Buckets of snow just don't work worth a darn. No phonc~;,.as,yet, so no news. When service is restored, the number to call is 877-5564, preferably evenings and weekends. Southside Meeting Is ia past years there has been admission fee of 25c per ~n. |oth clubs are busily planning i" parts of the activities. nan club will be holding a ting soon to get plans ,'rway. By Mrs. RAY KRATCHA SOUTHSIDE - Jan. 6, the Actions 4-H club met at leader Toni Matson's house. Lennie Christensen brought the meeting to order and Dana Christensen led the flag salute and 4-H pledge. For old business members discussed the Christmas party, which everyone thought was great. During Christmas several of the 4-H members presented the checked over at the next meeting, reported Chris Rickards. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Weston and children had Mrs. Eva Holt of Whidbey Island as a house guest for three days. Roy Anderson from the Dayton area and Mr. and Mrs. Ross Jesse of Seattle were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. L.H. Asche and Winston Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Kratcha, Mrs. Peter Hanson of Osseo, Minn., John Kratcha, Mr. and :s. Hansen mes Nominee 2ongresswoman Julia Butler |sen has nominated a :Car-old Belfair youth, Frank !errill for appointment to the ;,haiL 'Marine Academy. ~errill, now attending North ~n High School, is a football basketball player and a ~ber of the honor society. He 6 >v. roO } ron I i 11 3.33 grade-point average. He is the son of Mr and Mrs. recently acquired grand motherMrs. Glen Kratcha, Michael and Nina Cleveland with a pair of pink Shelley and Mr. and Mrs. Ray, 5T 1A'0, Belfair.Merrill' Star Route 1, slippers, others went to visit her Kratcha Sunday were dinner Jonn in his application, young later, uuests of Mr and Mrs -, Then new business was ~ratchaJr.,ofSilverdale. frill wrote that he was brought up and melnbers talked Mr. and Mrs. Glen Kratcha ested in the academy due toabout money making projects, Michael and Shelley, Kim Kadoun ~.sire to serve his country: and when we would go visit ourand Mr. and Mrs. John Cookson ~lzenship and service walk grand-father at Shelton Manor.and Jackie Saturday evening tin hand" he wrote. Record books are to be visited Mr. and Mrs. Ray Kratcha. Ii As a part of an audit of the Mason County Federal Credit Union as of December 31, 1970, the Supervisory Committee has distributed statements of account to all members. If you do not receive your account, please communicate statement of i directly with: Mrs. Arlene Dark, Chairman, I Supervisory Committee I P.O. Box 621 I Shelton, Washington 98584 I "1______ back from their trip to California, where they saw family and friends. New Years Eve Day they took a grand tour of Las Vegas. The next day they stopped .off to see Scotties Castle in Death Valley before returning to Long Beach. The weather while they were gone was extremely bad. Temperatures dropped to a low of 28 degrees at night and much too cool to be comfortable during the day. On their return trip they spent two days in Reno, before braving the rest of the trip. Doris said they had everything but sun on the way back. To greet them on their return Saturday, was a collapsed porch roof on two units of the motel. Here's an amazing offer buy a Homehte E-Z chain saw--the lightest Homelite ever built--or any other new Homelite chain saw and well give you a top quality, lO0?o Nylon jacket absolutely free! You'll wear this good-looking jacket for all outdoor activities--especially when you use your new Homelite chain saw these chilly days. So hurry on in. Offer is good only while the supply lasts. . MOTOR SHOP 1306 Olympic Hwy. S. 426-4602 ecen Damage was also done to the roof of the motel causing it to leak. Guess what happened to the shed, called two of our girls Friday morning. One quick look told the sad tale. The shed had fallen in during the night on our boat and trailer, due to the snow. Other than a crushed windshield and a cut in the hull, the boat looks in fair shape. The trailer under it has seen better days. The boat is laying half way on what may once again be a ttonda and jumbled up in the whole mess are an assortment of kitchen appliances. After looking the whole tiling over it was decided to leave it as is until better weather arrives. REPAIR 1817 Olympic Hwy. No. -- Mt. View Complete Automotive Service For Appointment Call Alex Toney I I III SPROUSE-REITZ SETS THE FOR 1971 Values to 49 Regularly 99 ADDRESS BOOK Regularly 35 Regularly $1.49 TEFLON IRONING PAD & COVER SET Regularly 49 NYLON SCARVES Regularly 35 FINGERTIP Regularly 99 ALBUM Values to $2.00 LADLES' & MEN'S TOWELS BILLFOLDS Regularly 39 Regularly 39 Regularly $1.09 Size COLGATE FAMILY SIZE TOOTH PASTE Regularly $1.09 Regularly 49 Regularly 99 Regularly 79 ALUMINUM CAKE PAN Regularly $1.19 STERNO LIQUID FUEL 2 FOR 2 FOR Regularly 19 Each WASH CLOTHS Regularly $1.99 SPONGE MOP Regularly 49 7-INCH CERAMIC BOWL 2 FOR Regularly 29 each PLASTIC CEREAL BOWLS Regularly $1.19 GIRLS' PERMANENT PRESS PANTS Sizes: 3 - 8 nil Regularly 25 100-COUNT MARBLES Regularly 25 Each PLASTIC DUST PAN Regularly $1.19 BOYS' PERMANENT PRESS PANTS Sizes: 3 - 8 Regularly 15 each 12-INCH TAPER CANDLES 3 FOR i ii Regularly 29 Regularly $1.00 GOODIE SNAP-OVER ROLLERS Regularly 99 1 / 2-GALLON EGG & LEMON SHAMPOO Regularly $1.15 PACKAGE OF 15 GILLETTE BLUE BLADES ICE SCRAPER 350 STORES THROUGHOUT TEN WESTERN STATES Evergreen Square @ Shelton Thursday, January 21, 1971 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Page 15