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April 15, 1971     Shelton Mason County Journal
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igh School Harstine " - Group Hea " V --Ol i [ There have been .' . . "" upon Thai Latin Club Flower HARST1NE [somechanges ~ilgpi~i! iilCll fill i ilHii ii!~ t pa!ii !if art r n; This test is required by most Latin Club By CARMEN YATES Ed Moores. party in her behalf. The highlight imadein i ." Washington colleges - In spite of last While the Olsons were away of the party was a cake baked and entering. Festival will be held on the Thursdays inclement weather the for the weekend their niece and decorated for the occasion by Hood Canal "Peanuts" evening of May 11. group of ladies who traveled to her husband, the Eugene Grandma Bridges granddaughter, Gig ttarbor and enjoyed shopping Lundquists and their daughter, Pam. It featured the U.S. with the | Peanuts will be presented to AFS and browsing at Scandia GaardTara of Aberdeen spent the route from Sea-Tac to Albany, Country.~ "B ,J~e Produc .... Parents of the students bein the public at 7:30 p.m. on April / 1o n1 g AFS (American Field Service) and later a smorgasbord luncheon weekend on the Island partly N.Y. highlighted with a jet plane ati0 s a ~11~.a n of the tra .... , installed and present members are 22 in the Reed auditorium, held a car rally Friday in order to had a grand time. The Island gals house-sitting and partly dog midway between the two towns I I~l'E~"r-enditin and.w.way ,.. "H~;l??'~al--ute invited toattendtheaffair. Mountain View students will make up for the one held during were joined by a sister of one of sitting for Marshall and Helen's and inscribed Happy Landing [NEW NAME ,,luslcal Th ~s around ,~L' .. e play WPCT see the production that morning. AFS week last month, the Island gals, Toge McQuillin pet dog, Freely Given Olson. (She Flight 144. I!s friends a .~uarhe BrownThis Saturday the Washington Home Ee ' April 23 a dance will be held and a friend and also two Tacoma was freely given, thus her name!) Mrs. Bridges Saturday took / to make up for the one cancelled gals familiar to many Islanders, The Olsons timed their her first plane trip and went back [NEW FACES JintOdaib,ld~gwes aspe~ial Pre College Test will be given to The Home Economics meal during AFS week because of the Carol Bengelsdorf and Jewel homecoming just" right to sitto New York to visit a married ~der the ~ u.e. juniors. The test will begin in the preparation contest will be held bomb scare. .... ITarrach, ~r)dmg hand of morning and last approximately on April 24. Doffing. After lunch the group down with them to a deliciousson and his family and also a rama instr dinner Sunday evening, married daughter and her family /NI:W 0FFIet ~,,tzlef ~la~a a~_ uctor five hours. tt Metzlef "~partment h - ' headed for the many gift shops in n as been .Boxg0 1 2..g on thei .... downtown Gig ttarbor, to shopThere are some new who both make their homes --_., f~tlon si - reanuts" and enjoy a bit more browsin~permanent r~sidents at the there. / Wa "W ace ea Hole-in-the-Walt these days. Roe Sunday the Bridges family on,__a" ve b lock on, Yearandha r!y in the Mat before heading home. touches ,,_ ~en puttmg The Community Club met at and Diane Holman are the newest traveled down to Elma to attend a ,nis MOOL ,Fets.3, BoX 70!t ce:Sl Of the cast include: ""[or the last_ ,10 . tudent the HalllastFridayeveningforits Islanders. horse show. Chuck judged for the /The former Shumate ~range Hear -~ regular April meeting. Thiswasa Mrs. Ann Condon, has been event andMirjahelpedtime, but [ Realty is now Endicott a regular business meeting. The spending a few days visiting at the the family didn't take any of their | Realty. New owner- ~l~,~,~ Id0t~,;ban- s, junior, Charlie rlenelVl Nye, se " main happening of the eveningHarry Craft home also at the horses to participate in the very ]manager Dick Endicott "Wi'Pill 'lhrCsheer;senio:r,n~L~Syno~P~e By DORA HEARING HerbertHelin. Easterat the Grange Hall. Those was finally after four months into Hole-in-the-Wall. She is Shirley muddy event. |has expanded the staff i[;, ~ hint, SL " " MATLOCK - Matlock Grange Mr. and Mrs. James Legett attending were Mrs. Julia Hunter, the new year coming up with this Craft's mother from Seattle. The Marvin Bengelsdorf / and the building to . - rly, Juniox ~t.erman; Mike will meet this Friday evening with and family of Aberdeen were Mr. and Mrs. Frank McCrory and year's selection f, or President. The The Wayne Brownings family traveled down from their / p r ovide even better , Llnus a Nels~,df'sen~r, a, o~ . nd Guya pot luck supper at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday afternoon visitors at children; Mr. and Mrs. Gary nominating committee selectedenjoyed the Easter Holiday at the Tacoma home this past weekend| service tothose looking o - ~aroeaer Other After h u er D son of Hunter of Bremerton;Mr. and Glenn Yates for the position and home of their son, Dale Browning to celebrate the Easter Holiday 5, BoX l"|0ers [ for a place of their own b, Don " |,~ of t~ ' t e s pp , an Nye, the Archie Kelley home. ....... [~e_nt are ale^ae dramaMr. and Mrs. Dale Nye, willshow We are sorry to report that Mrs. Morris Lowell of Tacoma; he accepted, and his family at their Lake with the Glenn Yates and Dale i NelsOn llpt 0n.,ou part of the slides of his experience as an Mrs. Augusta Portman is in the Mr. and Mrs. Guy Wonder and son There was a discussion by the membersStevens hOmeof thenearfamilyEVerett'madeOtherit a timePeUgh sincefamilieS'earlyIt waSjanuarythe firstthe [ in Hood Canal Country. very nice family get together, whole family has been down Rt 4,130x'|Ju Exchange studentinNorway. Mason General Hospital. Herbert of Vancouver; Mr. and Mrs. group concerning an easement | niorProm The Pinochle Club will meet Brehmeyer Sr. was in the Morris Lehman and family of through the school property so 'air, Wa.e Junior Pro-- i '~ght of M m w 11 be held this Saturday night at the Grange McCleary Hospital for a week but Chehalis; Mr. and Mrs. Elm there will continue to be an access n Orlll tctO selaeYct 15t[ Work has Hall with Mr. and Mrs. Les was able to come home Saturday. Rossmaier and daughter of to the cemetary. It was also voted Bozarth host and hostess. Mr. and Mrs. Elvin HearingTenino; Gent Rossmaier and to buy the Pridhams electric So. ]4tll I Innllttees setep~S ~:d The Ladies Club met last were Saturday evening guests of'children; James Rossmaier and range when it becomes available s week Wednesday with Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. William Barnes Sr. girls, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Rossmaier in June. And the May meeting nie Pi %r|e rlOnors Banquet Dorothy Adams hostess. There Mr. and Mrs. William Harris of and children and Mr. and Mrs.will be a pot luck supper Carried IsI. L ~iy f~?~ors were 14 members present and two Montesano and Lynn and David Arthur Sharp and family of out in the same manner as the one o?g~quet held visitors Brenda and Lisa Harris of Aberdeen were Easter Olympia; Mrs. Lockie Devell of held lastmonth. I Pleines: l%y 6 in udents will Rossmaier. dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs.Aberdeen and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Helen and Marshall Olson Y ~N8 ~l~tlitori,,.._ the Mountain 1, Bexu~ ~!~i~ga~th' Mr. and Mrs. L. D. PortmanElvin Hearing. Sunday eveningGoodburn and family of Shelton. bright and early Saturday and Mrs. Ruth Taylor of Tacom~ drop in guests were Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Boothe m orning headed south for utY |Unior banquet will be and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Churchil Les Bozarth of Dayton. and sons and Mr. and Mrs. Sandy Longview for the happy occasion tgP~~terS~9" Who wi~b~:s inHtOll:d were recent visitors at the Mrs. Jean Diggle and family of Bridges and daughter and Mr. and of seeing the first wedding of one Portman home. McCleary were Easter dinner Mrs. Tyler Boothe and baby ofof their grandchildren. Their t Rat |~s Earthl)a Mrs. L. B..Brown and Miss guests of their folks Mr. and Mrs. South Bend and the Herbert granddaughter, Kristine Rat Y_ .. 10~~ Were to - y Joan Brown of Seattle were guests Edward Valley. Brehmeyer Jr. family were Easter Rundell married Arthur Len 5, 15OX L~pril 22 nave Earth day of Mr. and Mrs. William Barnes Sr. Claude Legacey and daughter dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ira Williams. The young couple was sl~I~[~nts Will be si " Thursday and Friday. Diana of Tacoma spent Friday Ford. united in marriage in the Church t ]gear, at1 ~.milar to those Earl Cash and daughters Hollyafternoon at the Edward Valley Mrs. Steve Dudics returned a of Latter Day Saints. Cota '~s, etc " _~ts.plays, films, and Sylvia of Everett spent Easter home. week ago from Connecticut where After the newlyweds were t. "eVolvmg around vacation with Mr. and Mrs. Max Mr. and Mrs. Gent Brehmeyer she visited relatives. The Dudics happily on their way off on their Cash. and children and Mr. and Mrs.have a new grandson. Mr. and honeymoon Grandpa and Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Anderson of Port Orchard were Wednesday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. be able to and attend the blURRY! the?replete %W before your Silver Goblet Set s fantastic I 'S. S" offer expires. nerbet/charn V il ble. Pagne and wine goblets Mike Brehmeyer and baby of Grisdale were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Brehmeyer Sr. In the afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Chester lverson joined them for cake and ice cream to celebrate Mrs. Mike Brehmeyer's birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Pat Walker and son of Seattle were week-end guests of their folks Mr. and Mrs. Earl Walker. Mr. and Mrs. Lud Rossmaier spent Saturday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Mack Mickkelsen of Shelton. Mr. and Mrs. Lud~Rossmaier ,were Host and Hostess to a Rossmaier family get together for Church To Hear Former Addict Rich Swetman, an ex-dope addict and pusher, will give his testimony of deliverance in the Shelton Foursquare Church Sunday morning at the 11 a.m. service. He will tell of his life before and after conversion and will show that "if any man be in Christ he is a new creature. Old things pass away and all things become new". Young people and older ones alike will be enlightened at this service. There will be Sunday School classes for all ages at 9:45 a.m. Youth meetings will be conducted at 6 p.m. and Rev. Lewis Wysong will be speaking in the evening service. Everyone is welcome at any or all of these services. WORTH OVER $35.00 WHEN YOU BUY A NEW MOTOR SHOP 1306 Olympic Hwy. S. 426-4602 Mrs. Larry Hand of Port Orchard are the parents. The baby has twin sisters to greet him. Grandma Olson spent a very enjoyable night and following day as guest of Kristine's parents, the There's more to Washington than you may know. That's what makes it a wonderful place to revive a weekend or put pizazz in a close-to-home vacation. Sam Hill's Maryhill mansion on the Columbia is just one thing worth seeing. We've packed hundreds more noteworthy sights into a tour guide that invites you to See Surprising Washington! A big where-to-go package that includes the most comprehenswe map of recreational facilities ever printed. It's yours just for sending in the coupon. In case you're wondering why we're so anxious to share our discoveries with you, it's quite simple. First of all, travel is good busineSS for all of us, and that includes Pacific Northwest Bell. That's one reason whY we're shameless boosters of Washington. Another one is that this is home for us, too. And since we spend our corporate life here, we'd like to do The Chuck Bridges family, Saturday drove down to the Harbor to pick up Chuck's mother, Mrs. Charles Bridges to take her to Sea-Tic for one of the biggest adventures of her recent life. A week ago the family gathered at the Ted Bridges home at North River for a going away together. Sunday the three gals drove down to call on Shirley Craft and her morn for a couple of hours. All the Island's small-fry both big and small enjoyed a day and a half of Spring vacation last Thursday and Friday. Come to this Christian Science Lecture ENTITLED: "YOUR THINKING GOVERNS YOUR EXPERIENCE" By William Milford Correll, C.S.B. in the United Methodist Church, G & King St., Shelton Tl~ursday, ~loril 29 * 8 P.m, DICK ENDICOTT JIM SHUMATE I MIKE KIRK everything we can to help generate a better appreciation of this state's heritages and resources. We can think of no better way to insure that they will be enhanced and protected. While you travel in Washington, don't forget to dial ahead for reservations. And when you get there, let your fingers do the walking through the Yellow Pages for just about any service you need. Pacific Northwest Bell BOB WATTERS L. Pacific Northwest Bell Box 2000 Seattle, Washington 98111 I want to See Surprising Washingtonl Please send my complimentary tour kit, including special map. (One per family, please.) Name Addrea$ City State Zip GO Box 125 Hoodsport, Wa. 98548 Telephone 877-5576 Dick Endicott, Broker Jim Shumate, Assoc. Broker Bob Watters Mike Kirk Thursday, April 15, 1971 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Page 19