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February 11, 1971     Shelton Mason County Journal
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February 11, 1971

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uewou.,noj, u!oo IIo By NANCY BLOOMFIELD Lilliwaup snoozed through theAnd someday when your years flowers, cards, calls and especially serving a real Italian Spaghetti HOODSPORT _ Hearts inake whole thing. One game was are long the visits. Dinner Feb. 15 to the Young me think of valentines and they in dressing and undressing a baby You will again sing a baby song Saturday the Harold Drake People. turn make me think of Valent[nes and I understand the local moms That precious wee thing willfamily and David Bloomfield, The Hoodsport Fire Da On this da the mona were beat badly by their teenage produce another enjoyed a marvelous but chilly Department was on the job Y" Y' Y " " " ..~" ..... :,'/" i', from ever cu of coffee sold bdaughters Prizes were won by Jan Who will be to all man kind aday at the ocean digging razor Saturday when a mattresswas Lannin's Y~afp and M'"o' ~" y Goodpaster in a variation of brother clams. Kenny, Richard and David ignited by an electric heater in the ' /'". i dtp_ ." ~ff'~ wilt ogint~ a o" to llis 19lter musical chairs and Patti Sutton And so at the beginning of this dug and captured a few clams on Bill Shummway home in the Rest ,-il/; g p t de bona ea ' ., ~,,.a and Jenny Jensen. The later two life just think their own. On their return they Awhile Area. to the Hea ...... u .... t~ames ....... wnlcn are aJways won with. _noems they wrote That to the chain of life you have stopped off to visit the Delores's While Betty, Linda and Baby - ' . . pertaining to Debra One of these bound another link brother Fritz in Hoquiam, where Debra stayed home Oliver Gray news nave oeen popping up ... ' ......... " . ,. .. ' ....... poems coum nave dean wntten congratulations go to Marythe already stuffed boys tried to and the rest of the family had a pre!ty regmar tins .r)onm. uurfor any of the babies so here goes. Culik and her mum and dad on be polite by downing a few day at Hurricane Ridge skiing. ~rst newcomer wa.s me guest oIA little bundle all in blue the new baby sister at their home pastries and a spaghetti dinner. I They mentioned they saw Mary on?norat a pa/tyne~a~ tne.nomeA bitty thing a part of you in Potlatch. The baby's name is understand they almost made it. Addleman, a former resident of Rag.iLeal bllUl~Utt l~l~tTllLly. Jtllt~ ,1~1 t, i, ......... - ,~. ~nose pink suit arms so smau Janet. Speaking of spaghetti dinnersHoodsport and spent some time meme oI the party was it s a tJlrl ^- "'--:" "'-~ '-^~-*^ -" -" ~e*- " ":n~a ann Iohn nd t ..... Can tllllll Lilt7 llCialtb UL ;411 f' u. =, ca u u a reminds me the Hood Canal talking with her. a . ne_aecoratxons ,,were in A flower for the days of gloom Gregory added 6 lb. 14 oz. Sherry Community Church will be k==plng wire me meme. wnHe ner ........... M e to t- ir famil I understand ........... one tnat mrougn me years Will a ne y. momer betty LOU ann z,* omer bloom John is a pretty proud papa and!i~i!~iii~!i~i~i ii!i~!iii~i~:ii!iiii!iiii!iiii~ii i \ "~---"-,t/J gu e s, ts enj~yea game_s ana~ Into a lovely young lady. has every right to be. The baby is ~~ i relresnments, ueora Jean t_,ray oi s;alethgnglide 18doz.e;tfSforLel~a r ..................................... iii:~;i~ii~!:.:!i! .......................................................................................................... 1 -- -- -- __ -- __ in one night /i i i)i!!iiiiil/ IC~_nctl T. Acl .l .utn.r. Ourlatest new resident moved /~V ~ ~C rds%/ -=w ,w ,, ,, ~ =~ ,,= i,-,,- " ='"=" " ="='"= into Hoodsport Feb. 6 when mum __ I ..... ,, [11~.._~. and pop Dona and Jim O'Neil mmploymum brought him home. Casey Dean weighed inat71b. 8oz. andjoinSseymore over 0 en 0 ~i~!S ~iY~Rn~ P4ma~u~~~SG~r~nO~Pr Local representatives of theDepartment of Labor, provides a a 2 year old brother Patrick. Bureau of the Census, U.S. continuing measure of Ken and Molly Connally and byNorcross Department of Commerce, willemployment and unemployment Molly's mum Elsie Seymore were GLASSWARE ASST. S interview a number of households fOroverallthe unemploymentNatin' For example,rate edgedthe pleased to have a visit with Ray and fhe Finest in condy Glasses,2 dishes, bowls! " " ' S T in this area the week of Feb. 15 and Goldie the ~prl~g t o o b t ain information on up from 5.8 per cent in November weekend. They drove out from For your Val. to 69c e employment here. to 6 per cent in December, theBremerton. 7 John E. Tharaldson, Director highest mark in nine years Out from Seattle for the ~I[ ~ of the Census Bureau office in Information supplied by week-end visiting her parents the Sweet Head s e a t t le, i n m a king t he individuals participating in the George Millers were Dianne and announcement, said the survey is kept confidential and Gary Stauffer. They also saw by Rogers, Hoeflers, Sailors, COIN PURSES households are among the 50,000 the results are used only toJohn and Linda while they took a across the country that have been compile statistical results,peek at their new niece. Aplets & Cutlets Values to 49c scientifically selected to represent Interviewers who will visit Stella Johnston is home after a cross section of the Americanhouseholds in this area include an extensive stay in Mason 27 people. Mrs. Roberta L. Curfman, General Hospital. As yet she is Thesurvey, which theBureauOlympia, and Mrs. Alene V. staying in but is receiving callers. ~,~lsrrv.Ir Sl$~l~hes l~a~ be ,inlit~.Ir conducts eachmonthfortheU.S. Riehle, Tacoma. Thanks to all for the lovely WEE KE ND SIPHON PUMP ,--------------------------------------------------, Handy. Reg. 49c BOB'S SHOE TREE IS ,.._ !SLASHING i " S I PRICES , . i WASHINGTON'S I RUBBING ALCOHOL 2g CUTLERY TRAY I ......... / BIRTHDAY I Regularly 59 Plastic. Reg. 49c I I NOW ess GS I I +" AND 1o0's l l MISS WONDERFUL [ CASUAt I ~ ValueS1.07 n,I ! *HUSH_ $A22 I ...._ ! PUPPIES _1 I ONLY [ PHISOHEX t Special Selection | A $3.04 Value $19 , ] GIRLS PATENTS , NOW ._ 27 I DELMAR S ! AND ! ' DONELLO,ill'1 ._. ,,"-- ONLY,,1 , .it' '1221,,--/ LOAFERS_ -- ,, Sdl! 2dl' ' '11|,1 ,- 4-Ounce. Nasal decongestant. Reg. ,1.59e eNg" $ "+ +. 6!1 '':n. ,Id OVEN MITTQuilted, -- + reg. 49c 'J elt c PEic VER /M/L I -., The Family Shoe 5tore I Evergreen ( ! I i I( [{-O--=:rSh--=e--'-Clu----b-Nw=-=----Has---IOver 2596 Members * tell s PhormmI, JEIE I=II NITZ :S" FC] :lEe i ~ .+;;; ...... ............... ! 0 o,.. +:+o,o,:+o ..,.,.n, ( Ib,~l~ll i 9:3O,ogp.m. Saturdly 350 STORES THROUGHOUT TEN WESTERN STATES t 107 S. 4th Shelton I 5th & Franklin 426-3327 L .,=~ .,,m..,,D. ,..=~ ..==,...,=~ .,,=~ .,.=~ ..D ..,=~ ..==,...,=~ ..=~ ,..=,,..,,=D qP ..=~ ..=~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ' Page S-6 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Thursday, February I I, 1971 Thursday, February I I, 1971 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Page - S-I I