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April 8, 1971

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ine Shelton High Schoo_l Inn i g ar or ing Les and his family for a number Andy and four other boys spent Everett and Helen Simons By SIGRID CRABTREE Bare, Patti sutton, Patti Barnett, will try out before the Senate and 22. The day will be devoted to - Today, a of years have once more been the weekend at the Ocean have just received a nice long Dr. Nels Hanson, president of Bill Barron, Carol Bennett, Brian then the Student body to be informing the students about ern )ors of the Islanders with their summer home Beaches. letter from their serviceman son Centralia College will be the guest Bredeson, Tom Brigham, Mike voted on. ecology. Club plan an at the Hole-in-the-Wall. Twelve members of the Frank, following his recent R and speaker at the Honor Society Connolly, Nancy Dayton, Dan The eight girls who are WPCT Harbor. Before Both Pat and John Dunlap Harstine Grange were the guests R. He took his Rest and Installation April 29 at 8 p.m. in Deffinbaugh, Debbie Eastgard, selected will be next years pep ldia Garde they were very happy when John's of the Matlock Grange last Friday Relaxation in Hong Kong, and the the Reed auditorium. Susan Edson, Julie Farrimond, staff. Juniors will be taking the of browsing and doctor released him from the evening at a Friendship meeting, letter told of his activities during Sixty-eight juniors and seniors Tim Fitzthum, Karen Frost, Final tryouts will be April 22. Washington Pro-College Test April 17. gift shop. Later hospital this past Monday. The host Grange furnished the this enjoyable week. will be installed into the Margaret Sharon Gain. Jan Goodpastor, Bill TB Test 1 drop down to However by the end of last week, luncheon following the meeting, John and Cleta Niemi Baldwin Chapter of the National Gray, Suzi Gruver, Mac Hall, EAT NOT to dullness; drink [shingvilliageto John, with his doctors while the visitors brought the attended a dinner and dance Honor Society. Susan Hamilton, Mike Hays, Seniors will be given the tuberculosis skin test April 19 and not to elevation. h the town's permission, was happily and program. Edna Mitchell presented r e cently at Westport. The In order to become a member, Debra Hoosier, Rich James, Jim 22. Benjamin Franklin toh busily passing the long hours each a flower arranging demonstration occasion was to celebrate the students are rated by the faculty Johnson, Kathryn Jones, Peggy T~ bl w~--u--e nity Club has a day. Once the permission was and gave a brief history of the art National Award that branch of on a basis of one to four, on four Ketterling, Jim Kneeland. Vocational Conferences n ness meeting granted he had Pat bring him she has learned after taking the Moose Lodge had just qualities; leadership, scholarship, Judy McCleary, Holly Manke, Vocational conferences will iday night of this some tools and supplies, which he about 15 years of instruction in received for their newly finished character and service. If a student Nancy Maranville, Wendy Nye, be held for juniors April 26. formed free-hand into some of this very enjoyable art and Youth Center at Westport. receives two fours from different Jeff Okano, Kathy Pill, Susan These conferences are held each 9.r,,,,I,, st Week's Journal the couples wares. Doubts, relaxin,g hobby. The Phil Sid and Mary Baunsgard teachers he is automatically Rains, Jim Rogerson, Gloria year to help the student decide on ,,, ILl,hi5 )rayer. Island neighbors, assailed John when the hospitals Chapman s oldest daughter and recently returned home fodowing disqualified. Schmidt, Peggy Smith, Sharona career choice, onnlnn " anlPbell, who are administrator poked his head into her close friend, Linda Waldrip a grandchild sitting session in Prospective members are Smith, Ron Starr, Lois Thomure, 51IIJIIIG talhll s? he Gibler's Cove the room to find out what was of performed with some intricate Lakewood. Their daughter and selected in March and at the same L i s a T y 1 c z a k, L e s 1 i e Drama mg for a Tavern such interest to the hospital staff, baton numbers and demonstrated her husband, the Ned Sherras,tim e s e n io r members are VanderWegen, Juli VanLaanen, "Peanuts" will be traveling to Your,tanS dard Man, couple feel this Thinking perhaps he should have the various maneuvers by their enjoyed a Hawaiian vacation re-evaluated. Rich Walker, Diane Walter, John Longview April 17 to be enteredC.C. COLE & SONS, INC. proper names. Then the girls while Grandpa and Grandma held Seniors to be installed include Waring and Neal White. r.Patrons a widerasked him, too, John said as and also a much. The visitor surveyed John's entertainment workshop and replied 'well, I community, guess we've certainly cleaned up was to install a worse and much smellier messes new french fryer around here. Pat and John both Washer. This willwish to express their deep to offer a more appreciation for the many, many They are thoughtful kindnesses to friends up their and neighbors. Having just moved With their here from a large city they've gaspumpsis both been completely Oon to the overwhelmed by the cards and We know of notes that arrived daily, the that sure concerned phone calls, the tot in the earty wonderful help and numerous recently calls that offered 'if there's way to work anything we can do don't hesitate a gas guage to call'. They've both certainly learned that if anything happens a small community beats a big city invited all the Masters present to see how much they'd learned from watching by doing some of the baton tricks they'd just observed. The Lawrence Welk of Harstine (Everett: Simons) entertained with several numbers on his accordion. The program ended with a skit by Reid Mitchell, Bud Glaser and Glenn Yates entitled "The Customer's Rights'. down the fort. When they returned to the Island grandson, Scott Shorn, accompanied them to spend his spring vacation here. A little bird told us that a nearby neighbor, Beula Gabrielsen celebrated her birthday recently. The bird went on to say her husband, Steig, helped her celebrate the occasion by taking her out - to get gravel and pour concrete ! ! Mike Bac, Dan Bolender, Wendy Erhart, Joan Gunnerson, Linda Kaszycki, Jackie Mays, Theresa Mericer, Lorri Moore, Vicki Pavel, Bob Quimby, Maxine Schmidt, Linda Stolen, Betty Strickland, Kurt Thompson, Linda Waldrip, Dee Williamson, Debbie Ward and Johnna Winters. Juniors being installed into Honor Society include Kim Aitkin, Tracy Armstrong, Ken Don Gardner, President of Honor Society will officiate at the ceremonies. Student speakers include Charlie Gay, Gall Hasbrouck, Paul Rogerson, Dave Myer, Linda Auseth, Debbie Shawver, Larry Olli and Denise Mckay. Pep Staff Pep Staff tryouts will start April 19. The girls turning out in the district competition. The Drama Departments production of the comic strip favorite is a combination of "Hair" and the Schultz tradition. Earth day will be held April Can Solve Your Problem. He's In Shelton - 426-4411 Standard Oil Company of California Made to Measure--Any Size ,,ow. urc es un gram oi excitement in the by a mighty big mile as far as Lmunity Itall. thoughtfulness and kindness are hosting. They had seven tables of Mrs. Molly Corker and children all Max Cash. ay when the concerned. Pat seemed to feela By DORA HEARING cards. High score went to Dale of Auburn were weekend guests Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Walker of ': of Mr. and Mrs. Wells Mayer.Federal Way visited Mr. and Mrs. .', ai~ed instant simple 'thanks' was inadequat ,MATLOCK - Matlock Armstrong and Mildred Bozarth, Low mobile home) but each of the couples friends Community Church will put onPinochle to Dale Armstrong and Brenda and Lisa Rossmaier Dan Walker Sunday. Lte sections. It knows that shows the deep its Easter Sunday School Program Edward Valley and low score to of Olympia are spending their Mr. and Mrs. I.C. Ford were at 10:30 a.m. It will be followed Louis Asche and Betty d" to get the appreciation they both feel. Easter Vacation with their Wednesday afternoon callers at e together. By And the couples' close friends the family feel that one asset certainly has bit of progress come as a result of John's illness. ready to move Pat, after seventeen years, has by services at 11 a.m. All children in the community under 12 are invited to attend Easter egg hunt Saturday afternoon. 1st Lt. and Mrs. Jerald Shaw and son returned Sunday morning to Topeka, Kan. by pland after spending I0 days here with their folks Mr. and Mrs. Walter Shaw and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Landis, the latter of Elma. About 60 Grangers attended Friendship meeting at Matlock Grange last Friday evening. They e nj oyed the program that Harstine Grange put on. Mr. and Mrs. Conda Dick were elected altern,~e delegates tO attend the Sta~ng,~ convention at Longvzew~n June. Pinochle Club met at the grange hall Saturday night with Carl Portman and Roy Andersen Armstrong. Visitors of Mrs. Augusta Portman and Carl Portman Tuesday were Mrs. Kenneth Howard and son, Kevin, and Mr. and Mrs. Max Cash. Thursday Mr. and Mrs. I.C. Ford and Mr. and Mrs. Martin Auseth and Mr. and Mrs. Jalmer Auseth called at the Portman home. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Walker spent the weekend in Tacoma with their son and family the Larry Walkers. Mr. and Mrs. Archie Kelley were callers at the Walt Chappell home at Dayton Wednesday. Sunday visitors at the Archie Kelley h.qme, were the Walt Chappefl family of Dayton and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Johnson of Matlock. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Scole and grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Lud Rossmaier. Harvey Singleton of Seattle was a weekend guest of Mr. and Mrs. I.C. Ford. Mrs. Felix Brazeau and Mrs. William Avery were Sunday afternoon visitors of Mr. and Mrs. the R. E. Bradberry home. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Walker and sons David and Ricky spent Saturday in Tacoma with Mr. and Mrs. Neal Davis. The Thomas Kelly family of Seattle spent the week end at their farm here. TUES. thru SAT. Ceramic Ti D ..... SQ. FT. AND EA. .................. SQ. YD. START $2 SQ. Vinyl Floor Coverings ,T ,,o 26" nn Bi, WE ALSO HAVE " USED PLUMBING TOOLS, PLUS MANY OTHER ITEMS 4 i i THE SALE OF THE FIRST BUTTON of the 1971 festival was made to AI McConnell. Presenting it were the festival queen hopefuls. They are, left to right: Diana Williamson, Wendy Erhart, McConnell, Peggy Davis, Kathy Kelley and Janice Springer. 3 Types of Buttons Are Available: with name plates for Business and Supporters THE OFFICIAL BUTTON OF THE FESTIVAL Enables Free Entry to Logging Show A SMALLER SIZE OF THE OFFICIAL BUTTON Free Entry to the Logging Show You may purchase your button at Mann Real Estate Rocky Hembroff Agency Seattle First National Bank Thurston County Federal Puget Sound National Bank Savings and Loan Your Forest Festival ld his wife, Falls, Ida. once again become an .active licensed driver. She, herself, admitted quite often previous to this incident that it would probably take an emergency of some sort for her to re-acquire this handy skill. And it did! A number of the members of the AI Nagel family decided it was just too pretty to sit around home last Sunday. So some of them got into the family flivver to take a drive and ended up at the Nagel home on Harstine. Alberta's sister, Marge Hliboki and her husband, Spike of Shelton finished up a bit of spring garden work at home then took a drive to the Island. A brother of the two gals and his wife, the Gilbert Woodriffs of Tacoma also decided it was a delightful day for a drive and since they hadn't seen the Nagel's new home chose the Island for their destination. The Nagel's son, Marvin and his family of Lost Lake who had planned on having dinner here joined the others before long. So all in all it turned out to be quite a family reunion. The Nagel's youngest daughter, Tammy spent the weekend with a former school chum, Brenda Thomas of Kamilche. While her brother, s checked where you get the FACTS! and to n. ~n took a four visit her two Ore. She left and got back MOnday. down the was away. Weekend Lester up on the Jack Sunset Hill grandma While he and up took they lost. n, equi le repairmen witl , know-how and }ir all ~/our car's systems. 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