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March 18, 1971     Shelton Mason County Journal
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Z; ~t~ ~/ ,~i Form A group of wives of inmates of the Washington Corrections Center met to form a self-help organization March 5. The group is being established as part of the Volunteer Program of the Shelton Local Office, Division of Public Assistance. The wife of any inmate in the Corrections Center, living in Mason County is invited to join the group. Goals of the group are to help themselves and each other, to help the new wives in the area obtain housing and employment, to become aware of the various resources in the community, and to pool transportation and baby sitting in emergencies. Experts in the fields of child care, homemaking and money management will be invited to speak to the group later. The members believe there are a number of wives of Correction Center inmates living in the area who are not known to the Organization members of the group and who have not been contacted. These women can call 426-1985 for further information. Any member of the community who would care to volunteer to be of assistance in supplying transportation, child care or any appropriate service should contact Helen Magee at the Public Assistance Office, 426-3363. I I II ! FOR 25 YEARS THE WORLD'S MOST NEEDED GIFT Give to help people: CARE- NewYork,N.Y 10016 or your nearest office I I I .... EMILY MILLER makes baskets in Skokomish Indian Reservation. her home on the qFORD of an old apple las now lived for more PIONEER Scho, Week of March 22-26 -- Spaghetti with Sauce, buttered toast, Peaches and milk. -- meat & potatoes, COrn, hot rolls, apple whipped cream and NESbAy - chili con corn bread & ,clio with fruit P'SDAy - chicken & OVer Potatoes, buttered bread &butter, apnte "',u milk. -- baked fish sticks, atoes, green beans railk, toast, ice ernest YOur child's Vith Vitamins from EVergreen Squsre than 115 years, five generations of Emily Miller's family have .lingered through soft summer days; fruits round and red and of unknown variety were gathered by Emily's grandparents, by her parents, by herself, her children and her grandchildren. Upon the signing the the Point No Point treaty of 1855 Territorial Governor Isaac Stevens presented to the Indians as a token of goodwill many trees, both apple and Bing cherry. The towering and wide-spreading specimen on Mrs. Miller's property, estimated to be 60 feet in height, is the biggest and the best of the few still in existence. Widowed in 1939, Emily Miller raised her children, ranging in age from four to 14 years, by the sale of milk from the 15 cows owned at the time. Just prior to his death her husband had purchased two draft horses. "It was as though he knew he was to leave us," said Mrs. Miller, "and he wanted us to have the horses to help with the work." But a g'ate Was left open by a trespasser and the horses were killed on the highway. Emily Miller saved the life of her grand-daughter when the family home burned in 1963. Most of her possessions lost and the structure damaged beyond repair, a mobile home was established on her property and there she now lives with a grandson and a grand-daughter. They have two little dogs as pets and in her yard Mrs. Miller has cleverly contrived from an old car body a small but flourishing green-house wherein bloom fuschias and geraniums. In the summer she grows a garden, and all year round she makes baskets, utilizing cedar bark strips and colorfully dyed grasses. According to Mrs. Miller she had, 'at last count', 27 grandchildren and 15 great-grandchildren. She has six living children. Emily does not know exactly what the Indians gave to Governor Stevens in exchange for the trees. "I guess it was quite a lot," she said. For o o Table Tops, Mirrors, Aluminum Sash, Shower and Tub Doors, Storm Doors and Window Glass Replacements of all kinds See 2226 Olympic Hwy. N. Leroy Dale 426-1152 Call for Free Estimates THE HUGE apple tree on Emily Miller's property was planted in 1855. Couple By NANCY BLOOMFIELD HOODSPORT - Mr. and Mrs. Emery Winters Sr. have a new granddaughter. Tracey Lee weighed 7 lbs., 12 oz. when she made her appearance March 7, in Port Angeles. Mr. and Mrs. Emery Winters Jr. are the parents. Lunching out on Saturday, were Mrs. Bill Goodpaster and daughter Jan. Later they attended the evening performance of "Mrs. Lincoln," put on by the Shelton High drama class. Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Jim Goodpaster, Jill and Jimmy, drove over from Poulsbo to spend the day with Jim's folks the Bill Goodpasters and Jan. While here they celebrated Jim's birthday. Mac Hooven is pleased to be entertaining guests from Clear Lake. Her aunt, Mrs. Florence Lanning and her brother, Troy Phipps arrived Saturday to spend a week. Ellinor Chapter, 177, Eastern Star, held election of officers March 9, at the Temple in Union. Incoming officers are, Matron, Gran Georgie Miller; Patron, Charles Wright; Associate Matron, Georgia Hellman; Associate Patron, Glen Story; Conductress, Leona Dillon; Associate Conductress, Marie Story; treasurer, Irma Martin; secretary, Matti Backlund. Installation of the new officers will be April 2. Worthy Grand Matron Charlene Haapala of Tacoma was present at this meeting. She selected Matti Backlund to be Grand Representative to South Carolina for the next three years. Mrs. Gene Visser is home from Mason General Hospital after having surgery. Saturday the Hood Canal Hi Riggers 4-H Club traveled to Shelton accompanied by their leader Mrs. Harold Drake and myself. In the morning Delores took several of the youngsters into a room where they were to give cooking demonstrations. One little boy, my son David, went blank but decided to mudd!e through anyway. As it was told to me later, the demonstration was a total disaster. Since some of the group were au scheduled for both morning and afternoon demonstrations, we took them to a local cafe for lunch. While waiting for our orders to come this same little boy informed us he was ill. He was rushed to the car and his lunch was put in a doggie bag and sent to the car. After some air he was feeling much better so he decided he could go on to the forestry demonstrations with the others in the group. I grabbed the ones that were finished and ran. The Golden Thimble and Busy Baker 4-H clubs also went into the demonstrations on Saturday. A new member in the Golden Thimble club, worked out a demonstration with her leaders less than two weeks before the contest. Then she lost it. A new one was worked out on Thursday and this little girl managed to receive a red ribbon on Saturday. Just goes to show what these kids can do. The leaders of all three clubs said they were pleased with the showing made by their groups. You'll Enjoy Community Concerts 1971-72 Memberships Available March 22-27, 1971 Only! quarters at Monday-Friday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, 10 a.m. to 1 2 noon. Phone 426-3091 Including the TUSCON ARIZONA BOYS CHORU I LIMITED QUANTITY! ONLY "ORING Was $21.97 $ NOW ONLY MANTLE Was $14.77 NOW IN HANDY CASE, WAS $6.99 NOW Was $133.95 NOW MOST SIZE RE$ & BATTERIES I ~..this 5.cycle, 2-speed NOW_this Fabric Master, washer has Enzyme Soak Cycle end Soft-Heat= and Wrinkle.Guard Dryer timed Fabnc Softener D,spenser takes the guesswork out of drying 88 $254.95 4t. Was $204.95 NOW co,or $5 More NOW STOCK OR IMMEDIATE DELIVERY [ l ORM FOR SPECIAL SALE INSTALLED CARPET FOR ONLY SHOP AT SEARS AND SAVE EVERGREEN sQUAll Satisfaction Guaranteed Or your Money Back UP TO Comes in 2 and 3 Yard lengths! Includes: Knits, Wool, Cottons, Denim, Velvet, Crepe, Terry, Corduroy. LAWN MOWERS IN STOCK FOR IMMEDIATE DELIVERY! 24-HR. PHONE 426-8201 and LONGSTRETH & ESCOSA, DUO-HARPISTS PLUS Concerts in: Olympia, Centralia-Chehalis, Aberdeen, Hoquiam, Longview and Port Angeles -- SECURE YOUR MEMBERSHIP AT HEADQUARTERS -- OR FROM YOUR NEIGHBOR WHOSE NAME APPEARS BELOW: Chairman: Mrs. Richard Morton (Dee) Co-Chairman: Robert Miller Harold Hanson, Capt. Robert Miller Mrs. Dean Palmer (Helen) Mrs. Leon L. Moore (Marda) Mrs. Kenneth Krogh Mrs. H.W. Ewart, Jr. (Jo) Mrs. R.E. Johnson (Beth), C;=l:)t. Mrs. J. Kelvin Hamilton (Agnes) Dr. F.W. Herrick Mrs. F.W. Herrick (Norma) Dr. F. Maranvllle Mrs. Guy Luslgnan (Jo) Dr. Berwyn Thomas Mrs. William Ouemllng (Marian), Capt. Dr. Romeo Conca Clyde Knight Mrs. Carl Johnson (Sue) Dave Thacher Mr. Lawrence Fray, Capt. Dr. Andrew Beellk Mr. & Mrs. Paul Everett (Joelle) Mrs. K.W. Frank (Klttte) Mrs. Lloyd Gruver (Jane) Mrs. Thomas Pappas Mr. Guy Powell, Capt. Mrs. Guy Powetl (Lois) Mrs. James Barrom (Pauline) Mr. and Mrs. Harold Linker Mrs. Robert Temple (Jean) Mrs. Richard Morton (Dee) Or. Richard Engen, Capt. Mr. Gordon Craig Mr. & Mrs. Bernhard WlnleCkl (Mae) Mrs. T.B. Orme Rand Petersen Mr. Ron Pannell, Capt. Mrs. Henry A. Hansen (Betty) Mr. E.T. Pettersen Mrs. Rendall Updyke (UI) ADULTS $8 * SUSTAINING $15 * STUDENTS $4 Space Courtesy Timber Co. Thursday, March 18, 1971 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Page 15