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March 18, 1971     Shelton Mason County Journal
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Matlock nc By VIVIEN OLSON LILLIWAUP - What is believed to be the first concrete oyster barge in this part of the country was successfully launched last Monday morning at the Hamma Hamma Co. in Eldon. Owner R.B. Robbins obtained specially engineered plans for the project. The barge is 8 feet wide, 28 feet long, and 26 inches high and weighs approximately 4,500 lb. It draws about six inches of water, and is already in use at the oyster company. Actual construction, which has aroused much local interest, took about six weeks. The framework consists of five layers of laminated wire mesh, plastered, or grouted from each side with a cement, sand and clay mixture.- According to builder, Ed Olson, the strength of the barge is far superior t9 any similar craft of other material, and, in addition, this type of structure has continuing strengthening during use. Despite the fact that cement is thought of as sinkable, it is becoming more and more widely used in the construction of everything from a small boat to a luxury yacht. One big factor in its popularity is cost of material which allows a "do it yourself boat builder" to construct a craft in his back yard in his spare time at a fraction of the cost of a comparable size boat of any other Pioneer By ANN WHEELER arge In material. Today an oyster barge, i tomorrow a mini-Queen Mary. ...... On launching day it was decided christening should be delayed until the builders were sure whether they had constructed Lilliwaup's first concrete oyster barge, or Hood Canal's largest anchor. It's A Boy Mr. and Mrs. John Aaro, of Lilliwaup, are the parents of an eight pound, thirteen ounce son. Young Adam John was born at 7 a.m. last Friday morning. ere ! Community Club March 19 there will be the regular pinochle party at the Lilliwaup Clubhouse at 8 p.m. Tideland Owners Meeting Well Attended More than 300 interested people attended the Tideland Owners Meeting at the Hood Canal Jr. High School on Saturday night. The meeting was planned by Harry tiays and was conducted by Bill Bolender and Bart Robbins, all local tideland property owners. People evinced most interest and concern in regards to protecting their private property and tidelands. They were told to first ask trespassers to leave. Failure to comply would constitute malicious tresp_ass on the part of the intruder. The property owner should report such action to the Sheriff's office. neer News PIONEER - Greetings from the Spencer Lake, Phillips Lake, Picketing, Agate and Pioneer districts. We look forward to news items from these districts for the Shelton Journal thru your correspondent Ann Wheeler 426-4073. Mrs. Moorer of Phillips Lake was called to Alabama by the her address is Mrs. Inez Pederson, 4755 So. 48th c/o Orchard Park C.C. Tacoma Wash. 98409. Work is almost at the 24 hr. level at the Clays Primrose and Fuchsia Gardens on Spencer lake. The new lath house will soon be ready for the many Fuchsia baskets, another attraction are the 15 peacocks who certainly know how to attract your attention. THIS PICTURE was taken during the construction of the concrete oyster barge which was recently put into the water here. Skokomish In By MARY VALLEY SKOKOMISH - Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hunter received word from Africa that their grandson, Phillip, who was injured in a car accident, has his cast off now and is doing nicely. Phillip is the son of Rev. and Mrs. Talmadge Wilson who are missionaries to Africa. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Hulbert of Shelton entertained with a dinner last Sunday for Mr. and Mrs. Chester Valley, and Mrs. Ethel Ferris and grand-children Connie Farrington of Tenino and Brett Ferris of Olympia. Other guests later in the evening were Mr. and Mrs. George Valley and their grand-daughter Monica Marshall. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Hunter of Seattle were dinner guests of his parents Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ron Shipley and daughter of Redmond spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. accompanied Mrs. Pat Johnson to Seattle Tuesday~. Skokomish Grange met last Friday with 25 members present and several visitors. A highlite of the evening was a movie film of the Alaska earthquake. The Degree team is busy practicing for the exemplification Of the third and fourth degrees to be put on in their own hall at Skokomish March 26 at 8:30 p.m. The location was changed from Harstine to Skokomish. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Smith of Shelton and Mrs. Violet Hanson of Tacoma visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Smith Sunday afternoon. The Jim Hunter family and Ron Blanchard enjoyed night skiing at Snoqualmie Saturday evening. Greg Hunter won a blue ribbon on his 4-H demonstration which was held at the Angle illness of her father who diedThe Pickering Homemakers and Mrs. Arvid Johnson. school building last Saturday shortly after she arrived there, are having a Pot Luck supper at 6 Mrs. Alice Hill is home after morning. Ann Wheeler visited Mrs. lnez p.m. March 20 honoring their spending some time in the Mason Recent callers at the Martin Pederson at the Orchard Park husbands and families. General Hospital with a brokenSmith home were Mr. and Mrs. Nursing Home in Tacoma. She is a Mrs. Clive Troy, a member of ankle. Bill Sallee. Bill has now retired form~--~ ~ ~kerins lPass ~tke picketing Homemakers is now Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Helin of and is enjoying life at Sequim and m,u~ i~S~]~l~ ~ ~n~iTt~T 'Of "the'~ c~mvolescinl'~home from a stayMatlock ,visited Mr. and Mrs. was here trying out some of his Pickering Homemakers club. She in Mason General Hospital. Arthur Johnson Friday. old steelhead holes in the sent greetings to all of her friends, M r s. E t h e 1 R i c h e r tSkokomish. On March 19, 1971, the National Bank of Mason County will become associated with Puget Sound National Bank. To our customers, we pledge to continue to provide the same friendly, efficient services you have enjoyed in the past. Same people, same place, same service-only the name will be different: Puget Sound National Bank, Mason County Branch and Belfair Branch. Banking hours: 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m., Monday through. Thursday 10:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Thursday (drive-in) 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m., Friday Come in and see us for any banking needs-or just to say hello. # Mason County Page 14 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Thursday, March 18, 1971 By DORA HEARING MATLOCK - The Mary M. Knight seniors plan to have their Oyster and Chili supper this Saturday night. It will be served from 6 to 9 p.m. at the school gym. Matlock Grange will meet this Friday night at 7:30 p.m. for a Pot Luck supper. The Pinochle Party will meet at the Grange Hall this Saturday night at 8 p.m. with Mr. and Mrs. Lud Rossmaier host and hostess. Mr. and Mrs. Max Cash were visitors of Mrs. Augusta Portman and Carl Portman one day last week. Last week Wednesday David Walker, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dan Walker, broke his right arm above the wrist as he fell down his grandparents stairway at the Earl Walker home. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Sharp and family, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Rossmaier and sons, James Rossmaier and girls all of Olympia and the Carl Goodburn family of Shetton were Sunday dinner guests at the Lud Rossmaier home. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Walker and sons David and Ricky spent the weekend in Tacoma with the Neal Davis family. They also called at the Larry Walker home Sunday. The Matlock Ladies Club hopes to meet March 24. It will be the birthday meeting. The last two meetings were postponed because of snow and wind. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Valley and Mr. and Mrs. Lud Rossmaier were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Max Cash Saturday evening. Tuesday afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Charles LaBrek of Elma were callers at the Edward Valley home. Mrs. Jean Diggle and family of McCleary were Sunday dinner guests of their folks the Edward Valleys. Mr. and Mrs. I.C. Ford spent Friday at South Bend with the LeRoy Boothe family. Monday night Mr. and Mrs. I.C. Ford spent at the Herbert Brehmeyer Sr. home. They celebrated Mrs. Ford's and Mrs. Carrie Stingl's birthdays. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Smith and children of Aberdeen were week-end guests and James Legette and son Steve of Aberdeen were Saturday afternoon visitors at the Archie Kelley home. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald May and family of Seattle were week-end PTO Wins $5 Award In Contest Held :ently By MRS. RAY KRATCHA SOUTHSIDE - Southside P.T.O. won fifth place in the first week of the KGY awards contest. The amount won was $5. Please leave your proof of purchase slips, bonus coupons and labels at the school by each Monday. These may be sent in an envelope with your child. Bachelors 4-H club have been meeting every Monday. They practiced demonstrations for Demonstration day, and all ten members have been present. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Weston and children had as guests Mrs. William Houghtaling and children for last weekend. Four Leaves 4-H club met March 6 at the home of their leader Mrs. Helen Bakke. All 4-H members practiced county demonstrations for Demonstration Day. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Lee and family for dinner Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. John Kratcha Jr. of Silverdal, who also came to see the Lee's new foal. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Welander, Tracy and Donald were guests Sunday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. L.H. Asche and Winston. Sunday evening Mr. and Mrs. John Kratcha Jr. of Silverdale and Saturday evening Mr. and Mrs. John Cookson and Jackie visited Mr. and Mrs. Ray Kratcha. Mr. and Mrs. Waiter Kratcha, John Kratcha, John Kratcha Jr. and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Kratcha visited Mr. and Mrs. Glen Kratcha, Michael and Shelley Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Kenneth Walter of Lake Limerick called on Mrs. Ray Kratcha Thursday. MARCH SPECIAL! With oil change & filter ONLY Days 426-1815 lst Railroad Eves. 426-2663 guests of the Kenneth family. Mr. and Mrs. Sr. spent Friday Max Cash home. Mr. and Mrs. spent Sunday in their son and Walkers. Mae Cockburn Tacoma spent folks Mr. and Cockburn. Menus for Schools Shelton Hig~ Week of March MONDAY -- warm buttered brea peas, prune cake TUESDAY -- chili peanut butter cabbage salad, cinnamon rolls WEDNESDAY -- gravy over mashed mixed vegetableS, fruit and milk. THURSDAY -- I~C buttered bun, veg lettuce with dressing, apple caramel icing and F RIDAY -- piz: green beans, carrot sticks, whipped cream Supplement die.t with Plenarn 133 Your island is Hartstene and it's located in South- ern Puget Sound... surrounded by Pickering Pas- sage and Case Inlet. Hartstene Pointe on Hartstene Island is probably one of the most beautiful spots anywhere. Those are mighty tall words, but they're true. For one thing we hand-cleared much of the land. Foliage grows right up to the edge of the roads that gently wind their way through the Pointe. The lots.., well they're round and Surrounded by their own common green area. In fact, we've left e3 much land in common area as we have in lots. Three miles of beach area is dedicated, per- manently, as community beach for all Hartstene site owners to enjoy. There are sandy beaches that you can walk, an ~lympic-size pool, a lodge with just about every, A pe of recreational actiwty imaginable, an(] smndhouse Condominiums that you can buy. What's more, they're all outa' sight.., hidden in the trees. Hartstene truly is unique. A place you and your family can enjoy for a lifetime. Come see the Pointe this weekend. Hartstene Pointe on Hart- stene Island. Presented by: QUADRANT CORPORATION, a Weyerhaeuser Company, 112th N.E. and N.E. 8th, Bellevue, Washington 98009 GL 5-2900. Site phone: 426-4410 (call collect). Representative on site seven days a week. DRIVING DIRECTIONS: From Seattle drive south on Interstate 5 to Olympia. From Portland drive north on Interstate 5 to Olympia. Take the Aber- deen Ocean Beaches exit. Next, take the Shelton exit and continue through downtown Shelton and follow the signs. From Bremerton, drive south on Highway 3. Take the Hartstene Island exit and fol- low the signs. Cross the modern 2-lane highway bridge from the mainland to Hartstene Island and beautiful Hartstene Pointe. Weyerhaeuser HARTSTENE POINTE I'd like to see Hartstene Pointe on Harstene Island. Would you please [] meet me there [] contact me about arranging transportation. I'm interested in Islandhouse living IS]. A circular lot building site []. Name_ Address City State--_~._ Zip Phone_~_~_