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April 15, 1971     Shelton Mason County Journal
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Hoodsport By NANCY BLOOMFIELD HOODSPORT - Mr. Easter Bunny, assisted by the Hoodsport Volunteer Firemen and the Hood Canal Lions Club, spent a busy Sunday morning hiding eggs for the annual Easter Egg Hunt on the school house hill. Along with the hard boiled variety, packages of candy eggs were hidden for the small fry. Ice cream bars and cash prizes were passed out to the 60 youngsters who participated. Many friends and co-workers turned out Friday evening for the farewell buffet supper, given in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Grubb at the Lake Cushman Resort. Jack, who has been District Ranger in the Hoodsport area for the past nine years, is moving with his family.to a new position with the Forest Service in Olympia. Sunday afternoon the Drakes had guests from Kalispel, Mont. Harold's sister and family, Eileen and Zane Zizz and three children stopped by for a visit, Tiny Tim Orthopedic Guild, held election of officers at their last meeting. Incoming officers are, President, Charlotte Sharpes; Vice President, Candy Johnston; secretary, Sue Coos and treasurer, Evelyn Allen. Saturday the Richard Laney residence at Lake Cushman, was a lively place when grandma's and grandpa's gathered in full to take a peek at the newest grandson. Five generations were present for the family get together. Poor Mr. Easter Bunny, had to wear snow shoes to get around in the Lake Cushman area Sunday. With one inch of new snow on the ground and more falling from time to time during the day, he just threw up his hands and gave up. Egg hunts were held indoors this year. I need HELP. Call 877-9242 with your news items. Mr. and Mrs. Irv Montiero, missionaries to India, will speak at all of the services Sunday at the Hood Canal Community Church. Friendship Club Has William Correll Set Spea How does thought affect experience? What can be done about it? These are questions to be explored in a public lecture in Shelton April 29. William Milford Correll, C.S.B., will explain how the individual can determine his thinking and its results. "Trouble is not in things, people, or circumstances," Correll will bring out, "but in thought. Actually a set of circumstances is a state of thought. With this fact well in mind, we won't waste time Another letter from globe-circling Peggy Kneeland, written aboard ship in the Indian Ocean and mailed from Singapore April 4, has reached Mason County friends to tell of the voyage from Durban up the east coast of Africa. "From Durban it was an over-night trip to Lourenco Marques in Mozambique," the letter said. "The Portuguese have never left Mozambique since Vasco DeGama sailed into the harbor in 1498. Prior to that time it was made up of Afro-Arab communities. Then, the language was Swahili, now it is Portuguese with English a suprising second. They have just started to develop Mozambique in recent years. Only the major cities are modern and most of the population of over five million, predominatly African, remain illiterate and are exploited by the white plantation owners who practice semi-slavery, referred to as 'directed labor'. This policy is archaic and cruel and yet there is no color bar despite the influence of neighboring South Africa, Rhodesia and Nyasaland. "The major city, Lourenco Marques, is a gracious one of informal sidewalk cafes, large out. "Mombasa Beach hotel opened last October. It is much like Rockefeller's Mauna Kea on the island of Hawaii, only more beautiful. It is situated five miles from Mombasa on the north coast in the Nyali Estate. It is beautifully landscaped and perched just above the Indian Ocean. It provides the efficient service and amenities expected of an international hotel yet retains the unique flavor of the Kenya coast. At the beach is a natural cave utilized as a bar and snack bar. Most attractive. The daily buffets at lunch time are a gourmet's delight. This is the dessert I had that the chef so graciously gave me the recipe for: Mango Mousse Mombasa Beach Peel five pounds of large, ripe, fleshy mangoes, cut the pulp off the seeds and put it in the blender. Cover and blend the pulp with V2 cup lime juice just until it is pureed. Do not over blend. Stir in 1/2 cup fine sugar. In a sauce pan sprinkle one envelope gelatine over 1A cup of cold water, stir over low heat and cool when dissolved. Stir it into the mango puree. In a large bowl beat two egg whites with a pinch of salt until they pracas (squares) inlaid with stand in peaks. In another bowl mosaic-tile sidewalks similar to whip aA cup of heavy cream until those of Lisbon and Rio, miles of stiff, fold into the egg whites. white beaches, lovely hotels, fine Fold the mixture gently into the restaurants specializing in African puree. Pour into mold or Commissions are $1.50 for each new subscription and $1.00 for each renewal. Tim Allen 633 Arcadia Lori Asche Rt. 3, Box 671 David Austin P.O. Box 225 Vern Bailey Rt. 3, Box 104 Linda Barron Rt. 2, Box 260 Tummy Blackwell Rt. 5, Box 357 Scott Boyd 1816 Walker Park Rd. David Ray Bragg Stanley Goodburn 1919 Hay Gene Greenfield 634 Dearborn Ross Henderson 706 W. Birch Kirby Hopper 2214 King St. Greg Hunter Rt. 1, Box 178 John Hurst 2016 So. Second St. Mark Hurst 2016 So. Second St. Scott P.O. Box Union, Wa. Dennis Rt. 3, BoX Charlene 626 W. pin0! Eve Nelson Rt. 5, BoX Lori St. Rt. 4, Belfair, Wa. Ryan 806 So. Bonnie Tim L. Jackson 245 Isl. Lk. Meeting Here Last Week blaming others or believing that style meat, fish and fowl (piri individual dishes, chill for2 to3 1626 Jackson 420 Fairmont the solution is out of reach." piri), sort of like eating a hot coal. hours until set. Serves 6 to 8 Cathy An internationally-known Lourenco Marques is named for persons. This could be made with Paul Bragg Dan Johnson By MRS. RAY KRATCHA Those attending were Eva lecturer, Correll has also served as the explorer who settled it in any pulpy fruit. 1626 Jackson 818 S. 14th Rt. 1, SOUTHSIDE - Friendship Latzel, Clara Rosenberg, Maude an Associate Editor of the 1544. For centuries it was but a"So now we have left Africa, Jean ProutY club met at the home of Marie Bowen, Ruth Snyder, Ruby Christian Science periodicals. He military garrison, but in 1897 it to which I shall return as soon as I Dave Johnson 1519 Centt Carder April 7. Lorenzen, Maybell Willson of will speak under the auspices of became the capital of the colony can do so. Like Hemingway Blain Burgess The next meeting will be at Hoodsport and Mr. and Mrs. E.A. First Church of Christ Scientist in and started its modern trend,wrote: 'Now, being in Africa, I 1103 Fairmont 818 S. 14th I Earth Marty Rue .,I,s Gladys Baker home April 21. Wetmore. The United Methodist Church G Now the old forts are great was hungry for more of it, the Debbie Johnson ox 11~1~ V~ere to Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Wetmore M r. a n d M r s. V e r n e and King Sts. at 8 p.m. museums of Mozambique history, changes of the seasons, the rains Casey Carr 818 S. 14th Rt. 5, B igAn~pri122. spent four days last week at Wa Schuffenhauer and family and Mr.Correll is a Christian Science "Its main hotel, the Polana, is with no need to travel, the 604 Ellinor Wa Point visiting Mr. and Mrs. M. and Mrs. Chris Thompson were teacher and practitioner in one of Africa's most luxurious discomforts that you paid to B29t~Rt:sl~ll~,~ill betl'' c~lre R. Morey, and Ed Wetmore Sunday Easter dinner guests of Cleveland. and overlooks Delagoa Bay. The make it real, the names of the Kerry M. Johnson 1 i caught a 24 pound salmon while M r . a n d M r s . A. O. shopping is supposedly the best in trees, of the small animals, and allMichael Chambers 922 Kineo there. Schuffenhauer. It was Verne the colony. I saved mine for the birds, to know the language Rt. 3, Box 240 Todd scole.Sg~lft~:ndti~ wi World War 1 members had aSchuffenhauer's birthday. Governor Names Mombasa, our last African port, and have time to be in it and to Sharon Johnson 1220 BaY I Play, sewing party at the home of Mrs.Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Asche and where we remained nearly three move slowly.' Doug Christensen Rt. 1, Box 660 days instead of the scant one day Mrs. Kneeland is traveling 1316 W. Harvard E. A. WetmoreThursday. Winston and also Mr. and Mrs.Woman As Trustee in L.M. Richard Mattson, Mr. and Mrs. aboard the Orient Overseas Line Ted Jeff Coleman 303 Kineo Robbie Coker Rt. 1, Box 210 Kenny Coker Rt. 1, Box 210 Tim Cress 805 Turner Diane Crow 2122 Island Lk. Lenny Crume Rt. 3 Box 75 Kenneth Drake P.O. Box 313 Hoodsport, Wn. Holly Estvold 1226 E. Fairmont Matt Kamin 818 S. Rt. 3, Box 819 Cindy Paul Kamin 1007 S. Rt. 3, Box 819 Stan G. Kaszycki 220 Laurel Dale 1920 S. Mike 301 Wes Stock 629 Pine Karen Rt. 2, Dan Eveleth Rt. 3, Box 382 Ernest Evers Rt. 10, Box 77 Roy Evers Rt. 10, Box 94 Tami Ford Rt. 2, Box 908 Mike K,yz lrs . , .............. 534 Fairmont: Mike Rt. 2, Shelli Pat Keyzers 534 Fairmont Mike Kratcha Rt. 1, Box 510 Gene Lanman 1130 E. Fairmont 527 Debra Rt. 5,130/ Carll 627De4 Shaun 1028 Teri 1321 Jim Lanman 1130 E. Fairmont Gary Mattson and Kathy and Mr. Mrs. John (Margaret)Strachan and Mrs. Pete Price of Fort Lewis were Easter Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Asche and family. Bachelors 4-H club met April 12 at the Southside Grange Hall. Members worked on 4-H books and got them caught up to date. Two new members Arne Swenson and Rod Johnson were at the meeting. of Rolling Bay (Kitsap County) has been appointed by Governor Dan Evans to the Board of Trustees of Community College District No. 3. The district encompasses Kitsap and Mason Counties and includes Olympic College in Survey Set The Bureau of the Census will conduct a survey of employment and unemployment in this area during the week of April 19, John E. Tharaldson, Director of the Bureau's regional office in Seattle, Brem~r ton~. ...... ~ ~ra~Naa'~*~ te'~'~ is effective in'mediately and expires April 3, 1976. A Special of Labor. Thanks to these Shelton Firms and individuals for their contributions to the Johnny's Music Box Gem's Etc. Betty's Place Pantorium Cleaners & Tailors Sturgeon Seafood House Mac's Corner Leroy's T.V. Neils Pharmacy Les Fields Auto Parts Ed's Auto Repair Evergreen Fuel Company Cut Rate Auto Parts Smith's Tavern Nita's Cafe J.C. Penney's Cascade Natural Gas Shelton Stationery & Printing Boswell, A. T. Jewelers Evergreen Pharmacy Doctor H.A. Nordeng Roland Shell Service Shelton Foods (ShopRitel A&W Drive In Himlie Realty The Pines Trailer Park Cottage Cafe The Yarn Shop Jack Pot Service Shelton Glass Co. Ted's Steak House The White Spot B&R Sales Certified Mfg. Co. Inc. Seattle First National Bank Jim Sneddon (Farmers Ins) Mell Chevrolet Company Jim Vercher Shell Service Hal's Tavern Merv's Tire Cap Evergreen Loan Western Auto Rexall Drugs Capital Restaurant Lloyd's Men & Women Store ITT Rayonier, Inc. Doctor Forman, B.B. Apex Grocery Boon's Plumbing J&J Service Rex Floor Covering The Garden Shop Mt. View Barber Shop Airport Grocery Mt. View Laundry Wingard's Sport Shop Gordy's Body Shop Jim Pauley, Inc. B. & J. Mart Mikes McCulloch Sales Clinton Bike & Fixit Shop Shelton Sheet Metal Chris Ice Cream American Legion Post No. 31 Puget Sound National Bank Mann Real Estate Olsen Furniture Evers Texaco Zieglers Studio Morgan Transfer Shelton Journal Wilson Lumber Co. Inc. Effie's Beauty Shop Eells & Valley Jabe's Barber Shop Coast To Coast Alexander Repair Shop Town Tavern Nuotare Pool Shelton Veterinary Hospital (Larson & A,ndres) Doctor J.D. Sandberg Shumate Realty Doctor Lynn R. White Doctor George Radich Atty. R. L. Snyder Doctor J. L. Debban Doctor D. Bennett Mason Co. Sheriff's Dept. Mt. View Grade School (Torger Lee) Doctor William Schumacker Doctor B. N. Collier Doctor A. C. Linkletter Atty. l".F. Heustn Atty. Glenn Correa Atty. Byron McClanahan Doctor T. B. Orme Shelton Police Dept. Dr. John Donnell seaport and a 5-day run up the coast from Mozambique. It is an ancient port and with its total lack of aparthied and with its almost Hawaiian pace it has a charm that only age can bring. The old harbor is still reserved for the dhows which sail from the Persian Gulf ports with rugs and spices. The crews' costumes are right out of the Arabian Nights. In the markets one sees every nationality, turbanned and skirted Arabs, sari-clad Indian ladies, big-muscled Africans, the British and American residents in their sensible Safari suits. "Here again we had beautiful hotels in which to dine away from the ship. We went on a 5-hour safari one day to Shimba Hills reserve, quite an experience for after 11 months of drought there was a torrential downpour. We were mired in mini-busses four times but it brought the animals "Mombasa is Kenya's main freighter Oriental Carnaval, a ship of 20,000 tons with accommodations for nearly 300 passengers although its primary purpose is carrying freight. After Singapore the Carnaval was scheduled to dock at Hong Kong, two ports in Taiwan and three in Japan before crossing the Pacific to Vancouver, B.C. Mrs. Kneeland plans a sidetrip to Maul, Hawaii, before returning to her home at Union in July. Peterson Graduates lS Coast Guard Seaman Recruit Mark C. Peterson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Rueben E. Peterson, Grapeview, was graduated from eight weeks of basic training at the U. S. Coast Guard Training and Supply Center, Alameda, Calif. He is a 1969 graduate of Shelton High School and attended Olympic Junior College. Wl Winner of the second week's $10 prize for selling the most new subscriptions to the Shelton.Mason County Journal during the newspaper's annual subscription contest is Teri Weaver of 1321 Mason Street, Shelton. Another $10 will be awarded this week. Trudy Lindberg 1126 Laurel St. Brian Linn Rt. 10, Box 593 Carla Linn Rt. 10, Box 593 Shelly Lisoskie 920 No. 7th Brad Lowe Donv Julie Frost 227 W. Laurel 1139 2018 Ferry Tami Wil :, l Stacy Martin 2034 Su Karen Fuller 612 Turner Scott Wo 1617 Center St. Jeff McGee 628 - 6tllf i Joni Gibson 1819 King St. . B 505 S. 8th ...... Rusty a nay aeacalt Rt 4, H=ffsu'l Sandy Glaser 924 Tobln L- nne Zagl i 605 Fairmont Kevin Mercer . T o,ael i][ . . f ,, nis I -,nr0.jdI This Space courtesy Timber Co. 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