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,tine Public YATES The Dale family is planning a party in honor of their who is returning to the The place is to be the Grange Hall and is led for this coming afternoon and evening. from about 3 p.m. a pot luck supper p.m. The family extends invitation to all their neighbors to drop in some fun and if you join them for supper hot dish or dessert It sounds like a great get out and kick up the what with the winter over (hopefully) and get case of cabin fever. first meeting of the Women's Club in this will be held today. The for this meeting will be Hope it is just as today'(Tuesday) as 1 sit this wishing I had it I could get out in all that lovely sunshine which is so very much appreciated by all the natives at this time of the year. We have a riddle for you readers this week? How does a couple become Grandpa and Grandma twice in the same day and still not have twin grandchildren? Simple, a daughter and daughter-in-law just happen to deliver on the same day. So it was on Tueaday of last week that the same time as George Bridges' daughter, Patty was welcoming a new son, Clinton that their daughter-in-law Marl a few hours later and a few miles away was saying 'hello' to a new daughter, Renee. Patty also had the honor of presenting George and Edna with their very first grandson. When he made his debut into this world he already had six girl cousins and at the same time the two new citizens arrived Jan. 26 Chuck and Mirja Bridges became great aunt and uncle twice in the same day also. Dan McAuliffe recently headed south for the Bay area of nge Meeting Is ned For Friday tA HEARING Matlock Grange Friday evening at 8 p.m. served after the Mr. and Mrs. Lud and Mr. and Mrs. Bob attended Pomona Sunday at Belfair with 1 Grange as hosts. and Mrs. Edward Valley and Mrs. Elvin Hearing the Smorgasbord dinner aaark Inn, Sunday. The was to celebrate Mrs. birthday. William Long home about lies south of Mary M. school burned to the last Monday night. The home also caught on same night. They were Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Roderick of Montesano, Mr. and Mrs. Les Bozarth, Mr. and Mrs. James Harvey of Dayton and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Valley were visitors at the Elvin Hearing home last week. Mr. and Mrs. Lud Rossmaier were Wednesday dinner guests at the Eugene Rossmaier home in Olympia to celebrate Summer Lees seventh birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Ford, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Gribble and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Brehmeyer Jr. attended the Mary M. Knight basket ball game at Pe Ell Saturday night. Roy Martin of Anchorage, Alaska left Sunday for his home by plane after spending two weeks here with Mr. and Mrs. California to take a new job with the National Auto Parts Co. at Morgan Hill. The company has just recently completed a huge new warehouse in that city. Dan had been home with his folks, Jim and Ella McAuliffe since before the holidays the end of last year recuperating from a broken arm. Sorry to hear that Ben Rigney was hospitalized for about three days last week. He is back home again now with his son and daughter-in-law. Island friends and neighbors of the Dean Pranger family here on the Island wish to extend heartfelt condolences on the loss of their son, Steve, 24, who died last week. The Auburn family owns a vacation home here on the Island. The funeral was held in Tacoma this past Monday. Reid and Edna Mitchell headed for Seattle last Sunday morning to visit their daughter, Sherry, and her family. They were anxious to see how their granddaughter was getting along after a serious bout with an illness that is quite rare nowadays, - whooping cough. She came close to having to be hospitalized, but Grandpa and Grandma report she's out of the woods now and on the road to good health again. While Reid and Edna were away Hulda Wilson had some drop-in company. Helen Johnson and her sister, Betty Johnson called on Hulda and had a nice chat with her for a couple of hours or so. A drop-in visitor at the Martin Goetsch home took Esther by surprise recently. Barbara Johnson, wife of Johnny Johnson accompanied by Mrs. Altos who lived here briefly about 25 years ago when she came to take care of Johnny and Lee Johnson's father, Jack who was suffering from a lingering illness. Mrs. Altos was a cousin. While she was staying at the Jack Johnson home on Sunset Hill she became acquainted with a number of the Islanders. After Jack's death she and her husband moved back to Minnesota to make their home. She is now a widow and is out in this area spending some time visiting rip ullin By NANCY BLOOMFIELD HOODSPORT - My sincere apology for not being on the job last week. We had planned on going to Westlake, Ore. Tuesday bur received a call saying our son, the groom, was getting shaky so six kids, one nut, the car and the Beast left early. Now our trip may have been short by some standards but it didn't lack excitement. I was rather doubtful as to my ability to tow a trailer house but Misty assured me we would do fine. We did for 150 miles. In the most delightful rain storm we ran out of gas, only 21/2 miles from a gas station. I raised the hood to signal for help and then one of my darlings suggested I walk to the station and call for help. Just who do I call l asked. Why dad of course. About then a man stopped and said he would tow us to the station at a slow speed which sounded fine. His idea of slow was 35 miles per hour, down the shoulder. Since our car has power steering and brakes it was a little difficult to stay behind since For Service William Dunham, Shelton, was one of nine employee honored for 30 years of service to the Tacoma Public Utilities Department Wednesday. Service pins and certificates were presented in special ceremonies in Tacoma prior to the regular meeting of the Public Utility Board. Awards were distributed to 78 employes who completed 20, 25 and 30 years of service. Dunham is assistant hydro plant operator at Tacoma City Light's Cushman project, 15 miles north of here. g railer I also couldn't see where we were going and the steering was so stiff. At the station we ran into a few more minor problems. They didn't make change after I0 p.m., our battery ran down and the distributor was wet. From there we made it to within 20 miles of our destination. I was thinking I have it made now and then I saw a sign saying the tunnel was one way due to repairs. Slowly I started through wondering how you would know if a car was coming and then I remembered the red light I had just passed. Lesson one on how not to back a trailer followed very shortly, l asked Pare to watch her side of the trailer and I proceeded. She was still watching the trailer when we hit the guard rail. Our next attempt was a success. The Beast decided to cross the hi-way into a small rest area but in so doing it turned too sharp and poked a hole in the front of itself. The light turned green with not one thing coming through the tunnel and we went on our merry way. At the end of the trip five voices asked, who's driving home. Misty followed in a couple days with his folks the Charles Bloomfield's of Brinnon and the most fabulous three tier wedding cake. Helen has made the cakes for all of her children and grandchildren who wished them. Our new daughter is D'Etta Watts, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bud Watts. The very simple ceremony was held at the Westlake Community Hall, followed by a small reception. The kids took the Beast for a two day honeymoon to a secluded spot on Lake Siltcoos. We returned by way of the coast with Misty driving. He hit a rabbit but the kids all agreed that it was unavoidable, .mainly because dad was driving. Jan. 20, 16 members of the O.N.O. club met at Bessi Hale's home. Bessie and Blanche ouse Is Calahan, who now resides in Panorama City, served as co-hostess. The gale held elections and the new officers are President, Gloria VanLaanen; secretary, Dorthy Edwards, and treasurer, Erma lndahl. A delicious blueberry dessert was served and the meeting came to a close. I received a lovely letter from Add Yocum, who lived in Potlatch for many years before moving to Spokane last April. She said she is keeping busy and visits the Spokane Glove and Tanning Co. owned jointly by her cousin and her cousin's husband who is also a Taxidermist. On a few occasions she has even tried her hand at cutting gloves while there. She stated" the weather has been mild with only five inches of snow and a low of 10 above. One day last week it got up to 47 degrees. The Golden Thimble 4-H club called their meeting to order and then Janise Laramie led the flag salute. Jo-Ann Pizzello talked about sewing Pant suits, maxi skirts and binding material. Clothing care and mix and match outfits were also discussed. The girls received thank-you notes from the Shelton Manor Nursing Home for the cookies they baked at the last meeting at Corn Drake's home. Back to work for Don Hooven, Gene Visser, Sid Anderson and Harry Pollach on the Lake Taps job. These fella's share a unit at the Tom and Don Motel, which has the most unique television set. All the commercials Mr. View Alliance Church Washington & "J" Sts. Annual Missionary Convention Feb. 7 -- Feb. 14 Weekday services -- 7:30 p.m. (no service on Sat.) Missionaries from Indonesia, Philippines, Colombia and LadS. Public Invited! the fire out before too relatives and calling on old was caused Herbert Helin and visited manyfriends. and Mrs. Wille; Pringle relatives and friends. The Jim Olds had an Your Guide to GOD ~ght, and son-in-law of Mr. and Mrs. James Rodgers unexpected visitor this week. Expert Services in Mason County WILL HEAL L spent Friday afternoon at of Lima were Sunday visitors at Their niece's husband Tommy tman home the Kenneth Howard home. Tucker who is employed with a oG~ass ~Tu~ iy evening dinner ;uests of e (;range Hall this Saturdaymobile home mover delivered a YOUR CHILDREN and Mrs. Max Cash wereth There will be Pinochle Club at trailer from his hometown ofAut : Mrs. Bill Barnes Sr night with Mr. and Mrs. Elvin Pea/a" FI~ to a barge in Sea ttle I , , ' 1 I --Repairing Modernand ; and Mrs Lud Rossmaier Hearing host and hostess, i '= - . : Healings of a crooked arm, wh ch ~ould take Itto xtsI I I Antiques '' I Exoert Installatinn I I --Precision Scope & Sight fever, and accident are related Saturday "evening dinner Mrs. Archie Kelley spent destination of Alaska. I - - I I Mounting i of Mr. and Mrs Carl" Thursday afternoon with Mrs. I | I --Shotgun Choke Alterations. by Christian Science parents. Urn of Shelton " Clyde Pearsall of Shelton. Sunday Four Island gale headed for a I JIM PAULEY INC. I I all gauges I Mt Vi ' 1 I --Shooting buppties. Broadcast over many Wash- surprise birthday party in Tacoma I Kneela'nd ~Wnter Ph 426-8231 I I .WARREN A. GIRARD ington stations including: ; and Mrs. Earl Walker were Clyde Pearsall and son Roy were last Saturday. The four were " I IRoute 2, Box 795 Phone 4-26-2501 j nd visitors in Tacoma The drop in callers at the ArchieThorn Seward, Helen Lammers, family had a family get to Kelley home. 8:45 a.m.KXA 770 kc at the O W Walker home Mr. and Mrs. Mark Rickey andDot Smith and Lila Peugh. The r at Auburn to help their son of Tacoma were Sunday honored gal was Toge McQuillin, 10:15a.m. KGY 1240kc Thorn's sister. There were 13 gale Auto Repairing I Home Shopping Service"--"1 ly.ir celebrate her 83rd Walker.dinner guests f Mr" and Mrs" Dan and Toge's two littleI -- Major Overhauls II FREE BONUS CREDITS! I granddaughters present. I -- Brakes & Ignition I I Valuable Premium Gifts, I the TRUTH News from the Nesses at the --Weldm & Tune-ups Buy and Save on Food & Marina was their daughter, Patty I _ ....... I I Househo d Products k I I -- bpectai wmter=zmgI I F" / and a girl friend were down for a I I I REES.OPP,NG GO,DE Yd. , that HEALS I ED'S SERVICE I I SHELTON & McCLEARY I visit Sunday. 219 So. 1st 426-1212I I 426-3465 | led tr" t',, tot Mee ing . H Id H Ge!a t uallty Beauty Masonry PSALMOF -- Comp eta Hair Care I I .-. . I HEROIN ADDICTION e ere Last Week ActmnJacket , --Wlgs-Wlglets-Sw,tches I I --AII Brickand--eirep'aces I King Heroinlsmyshepherd, lshallalways want. IRY VALLEY guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry ! -- Merle Norman Cosmetics = i ....... He maketh me to lie down in the . EE ..... ii --.,OCKWOrK j -- t-ree uemonstrat=ons I I [ gutters; ~SO K O M I S H - T h e Thomas of Olympia. , y He leedeth me beside the troubled ELAI ' AUTY ALON MASON S MASONR 'oners of Fire District Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Hulbert of NE S BE S 9 waters; met last Monday evenin- Shelton were Thursday evening _6th & Laurel 426-4582 Phone 426-2..78 He destroyeth my soul. He leadeth me in the paths of the Fire Chief Ed =' dinner guestsat the Chester ~~ ward ome i)q wickedness for the effort's sake. In and several of the Valley h Yea, I shall walk through the valley iteers present The Chief Mr. and Mrs. Kelsey Tanner ~ Cable TV -] Rental Service l Forfthou,PvertYheroin,andartWillwithfearme.all evil, ted a map of the District entertainednoS/hhe~ birthday I I Almost Anything Anywhere I Thy needle and capsule try to he is working on This man dinner in ho r daughter, comfort me; completed will have all the Mrs. Evelyn lsaacson of Olympia. For Service Call I I Bulldozers-Loaders-Pumps I Thou strippest the table of I I Folding Banquet Tables I groceries in the presence of my family' ,kS numbered and marked Another guest present was Mrs. ~/ 11/11 I I &Chairs HospitalBeds, Etc. I Thou robbest my head of reason. tlea~iservice stations for fuel Mildred Tanner. =ILU'IU71 II L'EW RENTS I My cup of sorrow runneth over. Ling water.re truck and places of. " ~" --"-~- ~/ [ ~j 12216 v. 4th, Olympia, 357.7731J surely herin addicun shau stalkmeall the days of my life, re. Alvina Johnson received OT! Anddamnedl will dwellforever.in the house of the iful injury when she slipped Chain Saws Sign Painting This typwritten "psalm" was found down the steps at the in a phone booth by Officer Bill iage and fell fracturing her ~ I I " All Types Hepler, Long Beach Police Dept. FROM New and Used--Rentals I | *Truck Letterlng On the back of the card the She is confined at Mason 'wh6 Oregon Chains & Accessories I | * Cartoon Illustrated Signs following was written in longhand: I1 her leg for some time n you buy a new Small motor tune-up & repairs I I * Personalized Business Card &"Truly this is my psalm, t am a Ill Hospital and will have a E Hours: 8 a.m. to 6 p.m., daily I I Letterhead Designs yoUngand forWman'the pasttWentyyear andYearSone-hatff age,i le 'Chicken Pox' is making Mike's McCulIoch Shop J I Phil Sharpe 323 S. Front St. have been wandering down the in the Valley. The 2215 Olympic Hwy. N., 426-4639j L Phone 426 2661 nightmare alley of the junkies. I want to quit taking dope and I try m is Shannon Johnson. but I can't. Jail didn't cure me. Nor Ragan was pleasantly did hospitalization help me for long. The doctor tolcl my family it Sunday whenhis sons ~-" would have been better and indeed WHY FEWER BABIES DIE TODAY Fifty years ago, one out of every ten babies died during its first year of life. Today, infant mortality during that first year has declined to only one out of 40 babies. Much of the credit for this huge drop belongs to the potent drug that helped defenseless infants to fight the diseases that once meant certain death. That's why we say "today's prescription is the biggest bargain in history". Here's an amazing offer: buy a H0melite E-Z chain saw--the lightest H0melite ever built--or any other new Homelite chain saw and We'll give you a top- quality, 100% NYlon jacket absolutely tree! Concrete --Ready-mix Concrete --Concrete Culverts & Blocks --Sand, Gravel, Brick & stone --Fireplace Screens & Tools GRAYSTONE of SHELTON 7th & Park 426.3344. travel --Air - Rail - Steamship --Bus - Hotels - Tours No Extra Charge for Our Service Angle Travel Res. Center 40] Railroad Ave. 426-8272 426-4134 Drugs Tropical Fish ' j Y0u'll wear this g00d-100king ~ I --Helena Rubinstein I I Large varietY, including: I I Fancy Guppies Clown Barbs, jacket for all outdoor /' I --Cosmetics I I Tetras', etc. activities_especially when I --Prescriptions I you use your new Home ite ('tw~"~ I --Hypo-Allergic Cosmetics ! I MARION'S AQUARIUS chain saw these chilly days. ~ II 5th &NEIL'SFranklinPHARMACYph 426-33~""7 I L " 426-6148 So hurry on in. . 11221 W Birch Shelton Offer is good only while " the supply lasts. Mo,~,,t0 MOTOR SHOP 1306 Olympic Hwy. S. 426-4602 Floor Covering J --Linoleum ---Carpeting --Tile --FormiCa REX FLOOR COVERING Mt. View Ph 426.2292 TH IS SPAC E CAN BE HAD How About You? kinder if the person who first got me hooked on dope had taken a gun and blown by brains out, and I wish to God she had. My God, how I do wish it." Appreciation is expressed to Dr. James C. Dobson Jr. USC School of Medicine for his permission to quote from his book, DARE TO DISCIPLINE, It's in the Shelton Library. TEEN-AGERS: Will this be your psalm 5 or 10 years from now? PARENTS: Are you taking, NOT SENDING, your children to Sunday School and Church to learn, love and enjoy GOD's Psalm, the 23rd, ancl the SAVIOR it offers? FIRST BAPTIST 5th & Cote ---Pastor Luckman Morning worship ..... 11:00 a.m. Broadcast by KMAS 1280 kc. Sunday School ........ 9:ao a.m. Evening Gospel Hour . . . 6:00 P.m. and Gordon with their and families came with a to help him celebrate his Others present were Mr. Jay Needham and Mrs. of Shelton. and Mrs. Elbert Beatty afternoon callers at Vaughn home. r. and Mrs. Bert Deyette Saturday evening dinner Moriah Lodge No. 11 F. & A.M. Saturday, Feb. 6 Commu nicatlon OPens 8 P.m. Alex E. Smith, W.M. L. Chancy, Secretary Neirs Pharmacy Emergency Ph. 426-2165 Fifth & Franklin 5t.--426-3327 Open Daily 9:30 to 7:30 Saturdays -- 9:30 to 6:00 crl read backwards. Gladys and Lyle Linton spent the day visiting his parents, the Fred Lintons in Brinnon last week-end. New comers in the Potlatch area are lona Visser and her children, formerly of Lilliwaup. Chubby Sasser, who provides the live music at Lannings cafe on week-ends has also moved to Potlatch. Barbara McDoweil called to remind us that February is Heart month and that she and other volunteers will be marling out letters for our contributions soon, to the Heart Fund. I just received word that my grandfather, George Brewer, died in Phoenix, Ariz. Saturday. Many of you may have met this grand old man when he summered in the Lilliwaup area the past two summers. As a child he would sit me at his big desk with pencil and paper and encourage me in my school lessons. 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 Alder 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. Readin9 room hours 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Mon. & Fri. Fishermen's Club P.U.D. AUDITORIUM -- 3rd & Cote From 9:15 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. every Sunday SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1971 Bible Study: LELAND WILKINSON, Minister Speaker : BOB EARHART Washington State Patrol 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 ! 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. Junior Fellowship ..................... 6:00 p.m. Evening Service ..........................7:00 p.m. Prayer Meeting, Wednesday ................. 7:30 p.m~ CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST LATTER DAY SAINTS Connection & ! 2th Sts. Phone 426-2805 Priesthood Meeting .............................. 9:15 a.m. Sunday School ................................. ] 1:00 a.m. Sacrament Meeting .............................. 5:00 p.m. MT. OLIVE LUTHERAN CHURCH J MISSOURI SYNOD I 206 E. Wyandotte EDWIN C. ZSCHOCHE, Pastor I Sunday, February 7, 1971 I Divine Service at 10:30 | Sunday School and Bible Class at 9:15 I Prof. Milton Riemer of P.L.U. will | Conduct services during the month J St. David's Church . ] 8:00 A.M.-- Holy Communion ~k II / I 10:00 A.M.-- FamilyService ~. I / I The Church is always open for meditation and prayer. C~C~ 123 W~ Paul Butterfield I Bible Study ~ .: ....... 9:45 a.m. I 1 a_rn. 7_q0 p.m. I Midweek Service ........................... Tues., 7:30 p.m. [ FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH J I Arcadia and Lake Boulevard I CHAMBERLAIN, Minister I I ED I Bible School ....... 9:45 a.m. Family Service ...... 7:30 p.m.I" | Worship ....................... - ;. ............. 11:00 a.m. I I Wednesday -- Bible Study ano ~'rayer -- 7:30 p.m. I I Child Care Service Available at 11:00 Service I SHELTON ASSEMBLY OF GOD 1521 Monroe St. Mason Younglund, Pastor Sunday School ............................. 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship ........................... 11:00 a.m. Christ's Ambassadors ........................ 5:00 p.m. Evangelistic Service ......................... 6:00 p.m. Wednesday - Family Night .................... 7:00 p.m. REVlvALTIME, Sunday, KGDN ............... 3:00 p.m. C- FOURSQUARE CHURCH 910 E. Dearborn Lewis B. Wysong, Pastor M ISSIoNARY CONFERENCE REV. AND MRS. LEWIS ZlEGLER, missionaries to South Africa Friday -- 7:30 p.m. -- Sunday 11:00 a.m. -- 7:00 p.m. Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Youth Mtge. -- 6:00 p.m. Wed. prayer mtg. 10:00 a.m. Bible Study -- Wed. 7:00 p.m. Come -- Where No One Is A Stranger Thursday, February 4, 1971 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Page 17