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4-H members given ribbons for demonstrations presented Saturd Mason County 4-H members Bernert, one blue, one red; Brown, red; Kirstin Robinson, Candace MacRae, blue; Molly Kelley, twoblues;lttYJ presented demonstrations during the annual demonstration day at the Angle School Building Saturday. Ribbon winners in the demonstration presentations were: HOME ECONOMICS (Foods and Clothing) - LeeAnn Relier, red; Lydia Stout, blue; Diana White, two blues; Kelly Byrne, two blues; Lynn Frazer, two blues; Jann Lusignan, blue; Holly Jenny Eveleth, blue; Tracy Wybenga, red; Shelly Trucksess, blue; Jenny Schumacher, red; Carol Watkins, one red, one blue; Tom Chambers, blue; Kevin Rose, red; Jill Osterman, blue; Tammy Hughes, blue; Jeanne Robinson, blue; Cheryl Corey, red; Eva Godwin, blue; Darcy Krause, red; Trula Watkins, red; Jolene Coleman, blue; Nancy White, red; Alice Chapman, blue; Lisa blue; Connie Goodburn, blue; Tammy Bernert, blue; Becky Coleman, blue; Julia Robinson, blue; Jody Bunko, blue; Susan Chambers, blue; Loft Hall, red; Terry Dagle, blue; Karen Rains, blue; Joanna Cunningham, red; Deanna Ayers, blue; Wendy Corey, blue; Rene Miller, blue; Shad Relier, blue; Jim Frye, THE FACTS ABOUT SUN DAMAGE! Subdue A window shade that looks and protects sun In Commercial Display Areas end Public Rooms. In Industrial Reception, Lnboratory, and Office Areas. In Residential Living and working ames whore too much sunlight Is u problem. Draperies 113 S. SECOND 426-6207 I I I I Saturdays & Sundays Only 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. • annuals • vegetables • bedding • geraniums • Fuchsms * houseplants, etc. SOME AT OUR WHOLESALE PRICES 2 miles down Cole Road on Cook Plant Farm Road. blue; Dean Hardie/Jeff Beacraft, blue; Tammy Gerhart, red; Charlene Cuzick, blue; Shelly Willis, blue; Kari Griese, blue; Pare Frye, blue; Cathy Watkins, blue; Tracy Hughes, blue; Molly Lusignan, blue; Dee Ann Cole, blue; Chuck Shonkwiler, red; Molly Eveleth, blue; Dianna Wybenga, red; Ronda Dundas, blue. ARTS AND PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT - Tammy Hanson, blue; Val Rains, blue; Joan Robinson, red; Elena Reading, blue; Jolene Coleman, blue; Lydia Stout, blue; Jenny McGee, blue; Nancy White, blue; Lisa Brown,/ blue; Candace MacRae, blue; Cindy Friedrichs, red; Jenny McGee, red; John Fleshman, blue; Jann Lusignan, JO RUTLEDGE, 13, a member of the Marine Science 4-H Club, presents her demonstration during 4-H demonstration day Saturday. Early towns are discussed Early settlements in Mason County are discussed in this article written by Clive Troy for the Mason County Bicentennial Committee. It is one of a series of articles which tell about the early history of the county. Union City was the first settlement in Mason County on Hood Canal. Franklin Purdy and E. A. Wilson conducted a store there as early as 1858, serving the hand loggers who felled the trees within easy reach of the water where they found them and asked no questions, for it was not until years later that Uncle Sam bothezed with timber .... trespass.  John McReavy, who had started logging on the upper canal at Clifton (now Belfair)in 1865, moved to Union and bought the store business in 1868. He built the first sawmill at Union in 1890 and the old Occidental Hotel in 1883. Union City's first plat antedates Shelton's, being fded in 1870, but possibly that of Arcadia dates as far back. David Shelton's first platting, including the Capitol Hill and the "Point," was made in 1884 and was known as Sheltonvllle. People bug me I should like my country well enough, if it were not for my countrymen. Horace Walpole What to give Johnny What man is there of you, of whom if his son ask bread, will he give him a stone? Matthew 7:9 , Hitch up the : old buckboard -- € -- and head for SCHMIDT'S GROCERY NEW All In One Feed Good for horses, cattle, sheep, and goats ............ 80 lb. $5]o Trophy 10 Dog Food $ 4 o s 50 Ib ..................... Friskies Dog Food Dinner ' 501b. $8 30 or cubes ............ 7s Hearty Meal $ 6 a 50 Ib ..................... Egg Maker 16 $7 s9 80 Ib ..................... Schm:dt s Grocery OPEN SEVEN DAYS A wEEK (7 miles W. of Shelton on tee Matlock Rd.) 426.519S blue; Blake Adsero, blue; Evelyn Crabtree, blue; Ann Marie Mak, blue; Jay Cole, blue; Pam Ahlf, blue; Tammy Gerhart, red. Eveleth, blue; Danny Kelley, blue; Janice Robinson, red; Jay Cole, blue; Kirk Richert, blue; Arne Swanson, blue; Jo SCIENCES (Natural, Rutledge, blue. Mechanical, Plant) - Trula Watkins, blue; Alan Wybenga, ANIMAL SCIENCES - blue; Elena Reading, blue; Teresa Cunningham, red; Tammi red; Laurie Sadler, l Lisa Shafer, blue; Kneeland, blue; Vldde blue; Tracie Boelk, bl Boelk, blue; Julie Stir Myrna Morrison,  Morrison, blue; Dee blue; Ronnie Scott, blue there's always a New Idea at Jim Pauley's. Ford! with sundial Camper ! ConveaiO i No. 796 • E150 series • 351 V8 • Aut0m0tic • Extr0 c package H [ • Power Ste'.-, • 124" Wheel ' • Side pipes,_, • Custom pOP' • Much MoO c ........... 4x4 New Ford Courier [ No. 5605 * 4 speed * Goodrich mud and snow tires, Tape strip * Mag wheels. • Free running front hubs * Rear step bumper FREE COFFEE & DONUTS , !! This Friday and Saturday JIM PAULEYI Mt. View at Kneeland • Phone 42