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Sport rrl Local G i andre ere BLOOMFIELD D - When the aisles got together evening at the Lac-a-do gas more than just a they were there to the intermission and Joe Spaulding by Bishop Harold COUple were attended Ardell Feeney. The a very pretty dresg red with black in marriage by lately after the cut the large sheet with red roses, to the 200 dancers and Present. Then on to and Gene Spaulding, ad daughter-in-law, Ruth Willis and attended the l Hoodsport. and Paul Hansen Barbara and Carol Mark and his girl athy Chapman brides famiJy. Alice to have all present a call was commanding for special leave. granted and the from New Where Mark is submarine USS Gato. A wedding reception was held following the dance at Will and Helen Banks home in Olympia. Gifts were opened and the wedding cake was cut. Seventy five guests were present to share in the happyness of the occasion. Sunday after taking Mark and Katy to Sea-Tee airport, the bride and groom were honored by a wedding reception hosted by Helen and Gene Spaulding. Sixty five guests dropped by to say best wishes. The cake made by Mrs. Andy Scott was three tiered with spacers between the layers. Yellow Jonquils and swans decorated between the layers and the top. Alice and Joe have planned ~t honeymoon sometime in April to Rend, Nev. They will then travel to Independence, Mo. to attend Joe's granddaughters wedding. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Bearden traveled to Seattle Saturday to watch son Don perform in, Are There Any Alligators in the Sewers of New York, at the Center Playhouse. They had hoped to get tickets to Richard II, which Don is also in, but unfortunately it is completely sold out for all 34 performances. If you had looked over the audience at the center Playhouse the same day, you would have seen Richard Bates and eight boys from his Sunday School Class. I understand they really enjoyed the play, which was quite funny. After the play Bates and the boys went to Federal Way where they played basket ball against the Auburn Baptist Church. The game was 43 up at the end of the regular time. In the over time period our boys lost by three small points. With much of the day still left they decided to visit the museum and the aquarium at Point Defiance Park. Both were closed so they all went bowling instead. They stopped at McDonald's for supper before heading back. The boys amused themselves by playing charades and concentration on the return trip. Mrs. Glenn Liner was the guest of honor at a bridal party Friday evening at Holiday Beach Club House. Hostesses for the party were Erma Indahl and Billie Astley. They also were responsible for the making of the lovely spring flowers which were part of the decorations. Standing off to one side, innocently worked into the multi-colored streamers and paper flower decorations was a wheel barrow, which later provided some very funny entertainment. To everyones surprise, including his bride, Glenn came riding into the hall on a broom stick horse. He was a Knight on a White Charger come to carry off his lady love. On pre-arranged instructions, he acted as though he were too weak to lift Cecele. Finally as a last resort he pulled a whistle from his pocket, blew for assistance and out from its hiding place came the wheel barrow, to aid in the run away. Chaz Reeder and Betty Goodpaster. A money tree and a rotisserie were presented to Cecele from'her many friends and the members of the O.N.O. club. An evening to be remembered came to a close with the bride and groom being showered with rice as they departed. An 8 lb. 11 oz. baby boy has joined the Dick Laney household at Lake Cushman. This time it is a grandson born to daughter Alice. Brett was born on Feb. 19 in Shelton. Grandma says, this is the way to have little ones. No responsibilities, just wake up refreshed in the morning, ready to play with the little tykes. The Duane Howe's, missionaries serving with New Tribes Mission, in western Brazil, will be speaking at the Hood Canal Community Church this Sunday at all three services. They will be showing slides of thor work with the primitive Corina Madhai Tribe. This tribe just recently heard the Gospel through the assistance of Wycliffe Translators. The Howe's are presently living in Port Orchard during their furlough. Anyone wishing to view the slides is welcome to come. Mrs. Jay Pasmore of Flint, Michigan and Mrs. Leola Carpenter of Indian River, Mich. were the guests of Rea and Lem Roe for a few days. They traveled out to visit their brother, Leonard Parrot, who is seriously ill in a Renton Hospital, before coming to spend time with Leonard's in-laws the Roe's. Rea took them sightseeing By CARMEN YATES HARSTINE - Thank goodness for that delightful individual way back in history that coined the old saying, 'better late than never'. Such was the case when that saying sure did come in handy this past weekend. For ever since Pattie Glaser and Jerry Rychman became Mr. and Mrs. last May a number of her Island friends and neighbors had tried without ever successfully setting a date to give the young couple a wedding shower. And it seemed to work the same with a baby shower for the couple. But this past weekend Buelah Hitchcock and Katherine Wingert were successful in getting both showers combined into one very festive occasion. The scene was the Arlo Wingert home with the two aforementioned gale the hostesses for the happy affair. More than 40 gale plus several small-fry were in attendance to watch Patti open a heaping table of wonderful household gifts which were on one end with the dainty sweet tiny items on the other end of the table. Without a doubt, the star of the shower was little Melinda Rue Rychman. For baby showers at least waiting until the new arrival makes its debut certainly has a lot going for it; since the guests get to see who will be using all those sweet little things and one knows whether to buy blue or pink! However, for this writer it was a challenge to figure out a cake to fit both a baby and a wedding shower all in one cake. What I finally decided on was a sheet cake iced in pale green with white lace effect on top and a pair of pink and white booties on each corner, pink and white rattles on the sides and pink safety pins on the ends and pink and white trim on the sides. Then for the wedding shower a round layer in the center of the sheet cake iced white with a yellow lace box in which nestled two doves under a champagne glass upside down. On top of the glass a smaller round layer also with the yellow bow, doves and a second champagne glass. Then atop this glass a cake shaped like a bell with two doves on top. All round layers were trimmed with green and white lily of the valley. It had been some time since this writer had been to the Arid Wingert home and a number of changes were noted. They have remodeled their living room and it is so warm and cozy with its warm paneling and wall-to-wall carpets and a sliding glass door opening on the side to a lovely patio. Also noted were the charming natural burl end tables and a gift from the youngest daughter and her family which is a highlight of the whole room, a spectacular seascape. The front entrance had also been redone with pretty stone planter on either side of the porch. The Stele Gabrielsens took a little jaunt this past weekend down to visit their youngest son, David and his wife, Nancy. The young couple just recently moved into a home of their own in Coquille, Ore. They are busy looking for furniture for the house, which was partly the reason Stele and Beula went down, as Dale Peugh, their neighbor had just completed making a couple of items for David and Nancy in his shop, but due to their small car they couldn't take it home with them the last time they were up this way. While Morn and Dad were there the four of them drove on down the coast a ways and enjoyed stopping at Bandon to pick up a good selection of cheeses and fresh butter to bring back home with them last Monday. Community Club members don't forget the pot luck supper :scheduled for this Friday evening. Bring your food and be at the Hall around 6 p.m. for an enjoyable social evening with your friends and neighbors. Grange members are also reminded that next week is their regular meeting on Wednesday evening. All members are urged to attend as this is a very special occasion. It's that annual fun night known as Friendship Night where we sit back and watch the guest Grange furnish the Harstine Grange with a program. All of us that attended last year's FriendshiP meeting still recall the Jumping JElls as one of the features of the program. Eighteen members and one guest thoroughly enjoyed a snowy outing last Thursday when we headed off the Island to be the guest of Annie YuLes at her new home at Phillips Lake. We were treated to a delicious chicken and noodle dinner complete with Annie's famous hot rolls. Liz Allison, the guest, sent out an S.O.S. in behalf of the Seattle Children's Orthopedic. She told first how much the Island's generous annual donations are appreciated then told how much small dresses are needed at the Hospital for these youngsters who are not bedridden. Several of the members who enjoy sewing took one of the very easy to make dress patterns home to make the dresses. She also had another project, finger puppets which are very simple to make up and said they can use literally hundreds of these items as they are given out to help dry weepy eyes following daily shots. Old Mother Nature just won't give up winter and let us have spring yet, judging from last Saturday's white blanket scattered over a large area in ours and surrounding counties. The County crews were called out to plow roads when it became apparent she was quite serious about the white stuff. In Coast Guard Mark Peterson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Peterson of Mason Lake recently enlisted in the U.S. Coast Guard and is now at Alameda, Calif. for nine weeks of basic training. He is a 1969 graduate of Shelton High School. ii ii CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST LATTER DAY SAINTS Mr. and Mrs. Dan Walker had Chaz Reeder honored the and commented that theyseemed SELF-WILL ~ Connection& 12th ere. Phone426-2805 -The Mary M. a bad fire in their home lastnewlyweds and the group with very impressed with the size of Priesthood Meeting ............ 9 15 a.m. had to postpone its Tuesday night. It was all in the one of her specially written songs, the trees here. She said due to the Sunday School ..... i i i i i ................. 1 ! :00 a.m. last Saturday night large bedroom and burned the A beautiful cake decorated inlate snow she was unable to get NOT MFI SacramentMeet'ing'::::: ......................... 5:00p.m. ; Snow. They hopewall and all the furniture and the spring flower theme was them out into really good timber Lrch 20. . clothing. We want to congratulate served to the guests, areas, a :hie Club held hsthe fire department. It was onlyDoor prizeswere won by [ about 10 minutes until Herb ~ A woman tells how she was Grange Hall lastBrehmeyer Jr got to the fire with healed completely from l FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH I : With Mr. and Mrs. asthma attacks. Another Arcadiaand Lake Boulevard I ED CHAMBERLAIN, Minister I and hostess. There the fire engine and equipment and individual relates the healing Bible School ....... 9:45 a.m. Family Service ...... 7:30 p.m. I es of cards. High about 19 fire men were soon on of an injured spine. Both .~e Mildred Bozaith the scene and saved the house _ instances reveal the healing Worship ......................... . ............ ll:OOa.m. | es Sr. Pinochle to from burning down. effect of understanding the Wednesday--BibleStudyandPrayer--7:3Op.m. | Wnsend and Louis Mr. and \Mrs. Max Cash ~lte V|QW divine will. Child Care Service Available at l l :00 Service | ow SCore * returned last week from Sea-Side Y?ur G..uide to Atlian=e C,,h, urch to Nellie nra where the visited Cash's .and Felix Braz-~,, v ....... y Washington & J Sts. 8 45 a m KXA 770 k NORTHSlDE BAPTIST CHURCH ts Marct. ..... ~.""" two sisters and families there. Expert $ervltes m Meson County : . c ad Rossma~:r ~]tn Mr: Mr. and Mrs. Max Nilsson of oGlass /R reave-- ~ '~nl" --oo--r Sunday School .... 9:45 a.m 10"15a m KGY 1240 kr Phone 426-2488 , as[ and Seattle were week-end guests of Morning Worship .. 11:00 a.m. " ..... 123 W. C. St.at Olympic Hwy.Rev. Paul Butteffleld _ A.Y.F ............ 6:00 p.m. TD ITU Bible Study .................................... 9:4~ a.m. " ~ ~ ~1 ~ ' ~ Mr. and Mrs. Herbert HelEn. Evening Service .... 7:00p.m. II1~ l~ '111 Worship ............................11:00 a.m. & ~:30 p.m. ti Mr. and Mrs. Heal Davis of=Act ing I PrayerHour (Wed.) . 7:30p.m. .. l'll'I Training Union ...............................~::$u p.m. I l~, Tacma and Mr" and Mrs" I Expertlnstallation II --Linoleum--Carpetin9 I EARLEVERS. Pastor thatmAt . MidweekServ,ce ........................... Tues..7:3Op.m. I n ~ Kenneth Howard and family were ' rla, ,~ Thursday night guests of Mr. and I I I --Tile --Formica I ,_ A Mrs. Earl Walker and Mr. and Mrs. I J,M PAULEY, INC. I I I SHELTON CHURCH t fe NAZARENE /~ ::itart Dan Walker, to help celebrate I Mt. View 231 I I REX FLOOR COVERING I REeky Walkers first birthday. LKneeland Center Ph. 426-8 J iM, View Ph MT. OLIVE LUTHERAN CHURCH I NOD Located in Memorial Hall, 2nd and Franklin k - Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Evers MISSOUR SY Lowell Keene, Pastor Phone 426 1298 combination were Monday callers at the Elvin 206 E. Wyandotte ROLAND HUBER, Pastor " lehClerkSl5, atandolympianUrse MrsHearingMaxhmecasia FridaYcalled andMr" theyand Auto Repairing'" --a G u';sm ith. . Sunday, March 14, 197i Sunday School ........................... 9:45 a.m. I i ~ Repairing Modern and lnsl_Cal Institute. also visited the Portman home. -- Major" Overhauls I I Ant='o... .... I Morning Worship ........................ 11:00 a.m. Divine Service at 10:30 Junior Fellowship ............ . ........6:00 P.m. II s II Mounting -- Brakes & Ignition --Precision Scope & Sight oTCOnd time thatMr. and Mrs. Dan Walker were --Welding & Tune-up I Sunday School and Bible Class at 9:15 Evening Service .......................... 7:O0 p.m .t areas has been Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and | | --Shotgun Choke A terations I Prayer Meeting, Wednesday .................. 7:30 p.m. wj_ng...students to Mrs. Elvin Hearing and after noon I -- bpecial WinterizingI I aH gauges ' I I I I --Shooting bupplies. I ED'S SERVICE [Eel[ion. drop in callers were Mr. and Mrs. I " I I WARREN A. GIRARD I ae Students two Edward Townsend of Lake D19 50. let 426-1212 I[ROute 2, Box 795 Phone,426-2501 I " rch St. David s Church , I ;at employment nd Mr " ' !o ..... Nahwatzel a . and Mrs. United Methodist Chu ,a"'. said Mrs"Duane Layette and children Of Fourth & Cedar, Shelton, Waffling[on ~! )r r-e~stered nurse Skokomish valley. Barber - Insurance u~ the OVTI Mr. and Mrs. Wells Mayer Men'S Hair Styling ~ I I .Tired of Shopping? I G and King Streets 'n Let US ClO it for.you~ 'rk n were business visitors in Auburn I * Razor Styli........ g li~'] I I Auto Home-Boat-Life-Health"'1 REV. HORACE H. MOUNTS, Ministera m 8-00 A M-- Holy Communion ~ I I * shampooing "utS IL~.~JI I Business-Preferred Risk?I Services: 9:00 a.m. & 11:00 " 0 A M Farad i rt~o~]?r~:ank~ Frld~'lY. and ~rsT~amUw] aROSsmaier 1" Reig~larrc~a'~~ring !.~ , , We acute the owest cost., Church School begins at 9:30 a.m. 10:0 . "an for ~yService ~1/ [ ~eu sc i I I I Insurance is our only bus'ness. I U M Y at 6:30 p.m ~ The Church is always op editation and prayer. C~4~C~) NIE'S HAIR STYLING th.~^ and sons o spent I HER 426 I I ARNOLD & SMITH | A pointment Call -2072 I For P -. -iC HWy S I I INSURANCE AGENCY I te'~"~"are"uutlnued.Clsely h,~m,,Saturday at the Lud Rossmaier L 1618 o,y~. I [116 N. 2nO. 426-33171 302 Aider St., Shalton. Wash. _ ....Y0UI~SQuARE C'URCH I at~ill receive "'""Mr. and Mrs. Edward Valley First Church of Christ, Scientist I east six hours a spent Wednesday evening with av,~and also at Mr. and Mrs. Max Cash and Beauty - 1 Masonry Sunday School ll:00a.m.--Church ll:00a.m. 910 East Dearborn,.-- Lewis B. Wysong, Pastor I t e;'c~eat Center Thursday evening at the Archie I -- Complete Hair Care / I I Wednesday evening testimony meetings 7:30 p.m. I ............ I urs Friday 7 00 p m Sunday 11 00 a m ~.'. rlOspital Kelley home I -- Wigs" Wiglets- Switches / I --F!rep!a.ces , I Reading room located inchurch. Reading roomho I Friday -- 7:00 p.m. -- Sunday- 11:00 a.m. I -uur w " man Cos "" / I --/tMI urlcK an(] I 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Men. & Fri. I ~ RE V. ROY H. HICKS, SR. I a~ eeks are Mrs Conda Dick entertainedI - Merle Nor metlcs 1 1 ............. a ' experience andmany relatives Sunday in honor I -Free Demonstrations / I I 1st c]- of her husband Conda Dick's 80th i EL'~'INE'S BEAUTY SALON/ I MASON'S MASONRY I 7:30 p.m. The pastor speaks I :e hir'.:ss,, of nine birthday Those present were Mr. [6th & Laurel426"458dI Phone I . .00 ,0 00 ,I "We;:' .reported and Mrs. Donald Dick and Jim Fi-hermen's Club ,v,,~o,,w,.~o,, thebec-?-~unu*clerk is a and Roddy. Mr.Patsy,and Mrs. Maurice O . ~"t " 1or thisDick and Patricia and P.U.D. AuDITORIUM -- 3rd &Cote ~*-~~:'~ffi~ ~use the new Treasa, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Cable TV- Rental Service I From 9:15 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. every Sunday .,_~" ~ \(,, ~ m.,, _ l,~ .* . ~1 I ~1 there i^ . Kausman, Mr. and Mrs. ClaytonI / IAlmost Anything Anywhere I SUNDAY, MARCH 14, 1971 IIL.' I I--iref Knntl_t Lhllr h I good n~.~ always a Dick, Myrtle Dick, Harold Dick I For Service Call / I Bulldozers-Loaders-Pumps | Bible Study: LELANDWlLKINSON, I """" ---r" ............ I urse aide," and Debbie Holland all of Seattle. I .... / I Folding Banquet Tables I :)r, to t~ Mrl and Mrs. Walter Chappell I J@L 1A1 1 I & Chairs, Hospital Beds, Etc. I Minister ~i~'~.'..~-~i~i~l~~. I ~ I Program: Color Film, ,, I sth coTA I aide ae Ward were Sunday afternn visitrsat I ~U'' U'' / I LEWRENTS" I "THE GREAT OUTDOORS . ~--1 I ::[:;:~: ~er~F.,.~l~ll~. I being a^ Curse, the Archie Kelley home. L I 12216 w. 4th, Olympia, 357-7731~ 1000) ~cepted at Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Stingl Offere~r other of Black River Falls, Wis. are Spri- ,, at the visiting her sister and family Mr. Chain Saws .... Sign Painting .... Ann.o/ ng quarter r Sr I " "" "i i L--~" "2-2"~ A :Zi~',~' ''" I 1 , and Mrs. Herbert Brehmeye I Newand Used--Rent.,- :_re, Types Faith Lutheran Church ~ e ~ . Dinner guests Sunday at the .... ~ /ruck Lettering I Oregon ~halns & Accessor es * cartoon Illustrated S gns ard :d~mning, BrehmeyerSr. home were Mr. and 7th and Franklin [ ~U LADUK UIN I I small motor tune-up & repairs * Personalized Business Card & PinE, ill" vanced Mrs. Clarence Stingl, Mr. and Mrs. I Hours: 8"a.m. to 6 P.m , daily Letterhead Designs aess la,U.tng, office Paul Johnston and family and Mr; I Mike's McCulloch Shod Phil Sharpe 323 S. Front St. WORSHIP: 8:30and 11:00 a.m. I Miss Marlana ~ara.d I l~ "% ousiness ann CHURCH SCHOOL: 9:30 a.m. I ~~~U;;FL I aS Lish .... and Mrs. Gene Brehmeyer 2215 Olympic Hwy N :eslLori~egln.nlng family. Saturday Mr. and Mrs. i-~ " -, 426"4639 Phone426-2661 dial;' ~='u, legal Mike Brehmeyer and baby of Christian Worship, Fellowship,Education,Service I mr. ~ mrs. ~ooert welch I ,a'ad ke~=e'c-trntcs' Grisdale spent the day with their Concrete -~.~ Puncri. folks. I --Ready-mix Concrete Travel_Air - Rail - Steamship __. Kenneth Robinson, Pastor Phne426"8611 [ W;rdc ;d7:;e thru M SrU:kCl;lY Icf Iii "- o --Bu..o,e,. Tou . ,I I -'~rnd'lGT~elr~ Brick & Stone No Extra Charge for Our Service SHE[TON "''"* O' il ............ I ll s,oo,~ Know... i I eens&Tools Angle Travel Re$ C:nter OOD lll CLINTLifeInsurance makesyourWlLLOUR II L 426-3344 426,-8272 426-4134__ I HEAR! FRANK BEARDSLEYr I I ,_,. I I Missionary to Fiji and Samoa I I ........... ;"-" I llm= youmneYare workthroughfOrworkingyOU whenfor tl _Drugs' Tropical Fish /-- I Sunday, March 14, 11:00 a.m. I Ispecial Music Ladies Luncheon I I --Helena Rubinstein Large variety including: I Sunday School ............. _ ................. 9:45 a.m. | I =- .......... ~ ...... ~_...[....o I it. ~~ 1717 Olympic Highway North ,I --.PC:s?e;~iSns Fancy Guppies, ClownBarbs,Tetras etc I Christ'sAmbassadrs ..........................5:00p.m. i i ;~ouvenl=Ir5 ~.onlesI$ ~l.m'n='a J Hypo Ailer *c N/W NATIONAL J - " g" Cosmetics ' I I Evangelistic Service ............................ 6:00p.m. I I ~,~.~,.~. ~,,~,,,,,~ I I NELL'S PHARMA~v MARION'S AQUARIUS I Rev. Robert Havens I I ....... J" ......... .............. I i l5th&Franklin Ph.426"-3327 1221W. Birch shelton I Wednesday-FamilyNight ....................... 7:00p.m. / I I ~l.~..~.~.~.m~~~ . 426-6148 __ L~EVIvALTIME. Sunday. 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