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April 22, 1971     Shelton Mason County Journal
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!!!i THE ENGAGEMENT of Jeanette Marie Waldrip to Stephen K. Geron is announced by her mother, Mrs. Joe Hibler, Houston, Texas. Jeanette's father, Nat A. Waldrip, resides in Olympia. Stephen Geron's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Frank Geron of Houston. Jeanette's grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Vern Davidson and Mr. and Mrs. James Waldrip, live in • Shelton. The wedding is planned for August 7, ]97] in Houston. Hold Meeting me Kay Bollinger, nine times a grandmother, is at long last the proud possessor of a diploma. Born in Cle Elum, she came with her parents to the Lower Skokomish Valley as an eight year old, and attended the lower Skokomish School. After completing the ninth grade in the Irene S. Reed High School, Kay was forced to discontinue her formal education upon the death of her father. Her mother found employment to support herself and another child. Kay went to work at the Hidden Cove Resort, where she was cook, waitress, maid and storekeeper. The days were ten to 12 hours long, and she worked six days a week for the sum of $20 per month plus room and board. "I was very lucky to have the job," she declares. In 1940 she was married to Ted Bollinger, an employee of the Mason County Road Department. They made their home in the extreme upper portion of the Skokomish Valley and there three daughters were born to them - Peggy, Barbara and Sandy. Twenty years later, in October, the family moved to a home near the junction of Highway 101 and the Skokomish Valley Road; the following March saw the opening of "Ted's Drive-ln", which was operated by Mr. and Mrs. Bollinger and Sandy, the only daughter remaining at home. Kay was widowed in 1967. Self-educated by extensive reading through the years, Mrs. Bollinger nevertheless regretted Ioma )!i ii¸ George "When her family moved into our neighborhood," said George Barkley, "Mattie was just a little girl with her hair in pig-tails. I had to wait for her to grow up." George was born in 1889 on a farm near Garden City, S.D., and he married Mattie in 1915. "I lived for more than 50 years of my life on the very farm where I was born," he stated. In 1942 the Barkleys came to spend a few weeks with a married daughter in Tacoma. They never went back to South Dakota, except to visit. On the second day of their stay with a son and his wife who lived in Indianola, George went to work as a carpenter for the Austin Construction Company. He was before long transferred to Whidby Island, whele Naval Bases were being built. In a year he was sent to Tacoma, and in a few more months came to Shelton to work with the building of the air field. From 1 944 until 1949 the Barkleys lived in Mountain View and once more worked with the soil. "Our land was sandy, but good," George recalls, "and we had nice gardens." Js GEORGE BARKLEY has just pulled par garden, where there are also carrots and tasty. L! her lack of a diploma. When the In 1949 they moved to their The Pizzicato Junior Music Clubs, Mrs Dean Palmer Adult Educationclassesopenedin present home situated on an Club held its regular monthlytalk and dem o n s t r :tVen~ Shel!onla~ January, she enrolledKAY BOLLINGER proudly hangs her hard-won diploma, unbelievablYt h e S k o kPr°lifiCo m i s htW°vaCreSa 11 e yen. yearsValleYtheGrangeofficef°rof thesteward,past nineand ingladi°lihis flowerand bedS, dis la m w for the o~o course meeting on April 13 in the home" p y" g t o violins a viola and, " Raspberries, strawberries, grapes, year after year he is drafted as The Barkleys of Connie Tuson with Belinda a zither. '' ' There were many students at Ray serving as co-hostess. The Belinda Rae has- oeen" first," she states, "but. some. The class was so devised thatprepared. Mrs. . Bollinger. made. a profusionapples' pruneSare producedand plumSon thein chairmanHe divides°f the fairhis committee.committee theythe Unitedhave fiveMeth°!li~ Junior Collect was played by informed that she is the.. winner, of dropped oUt.o It was very. difficult each person could discontinuetrip to OVTI m Olympia in the members, who usually number grandchildr¢lt the National Music w~,- ~ .... to learn t study again, after all attendance to take the test latter part of February and passed premises. Connie Tuson and the hymn of Contest for the--st:te~o~ these years." whenever he felt himself to be the test, undertaken with many "We have cherry trees, too," approximately ten, into four great-grandchildr' the month was presented by . • . - misgivings. George Barkley explains, "but we separate divisions, assigning duties Eight-year-pit Diane Crow. Washington. The title for this "It was really hard " shenever have any cherries. The birds to each group, supervising grandson, reC Plans were made for attending year's essay is "Joy of Service ......... ' .... beat us to them every year."activities and coordinating their George BarkleY the Junior Convention of the ..... ic ......... / I ,, -• a a I/ ~ A / excmlms, i nan me result me w,,,io,to, st,t o, :, ;°U ot ?entLTq:a ie: Model Meeting rte a Monaay same day, but I guess l.d!dn't Members of the Skokomish efforts. Because of his skill in toycastle. Hedr' Music Clubs which will be held .... reauy oeneve it untu my mptomaValley Grange since 1950, they carpentry, George Barkley is the specially design¢I comnetlllOn. May 1 in Vancouver, Washington. " The model meeting of Epsilon Ruth Anglin. arrived by mail six weeks later." have since joined the county,builder of the display board on of his toy sot which the polished produce isequipment. Elected for the coming year Omicron, Beta Sigma Phi was held These guests, as well as Mrs.Kay Bollinger lives in a state and national Granges. arranged. were president, Alexis Kuhr; ,- , r, ! / , ! Monday in the home of Mrs. Joe Bonnie Rodgers and Mrs. Sandylarge-lawned house in Mountain George has held in the Skokomish 1,,keep the show on the workTht,'Pls~:stes vice-president, Nancy Eveleth; ~ale ~cneau|ea Lovato. Mrs. Mike Ogden was Bernert, also attended the Hobo View and she is employed by road, says George. He also ''b u t I ,~,1 secretary, Connie Tuson; Aplant and rummage sale will co-hostess. Party. held .last Thursday in the Mason General Hospital as a contributes to the display, each improvementS. treasurer, Tracey DeMiero. be held by the Dirt Dobbers Guests were Mesdames Linda David Dunnmgton home. linen-dispatcher. Her hobbies are As a special feature for the Garden Club next Thursday fromWolden, Leilani Caldwell, Nancy Participants were in costume, her grandchildren. Jaycees To Visit year growing lemon cucumbers rather comPli especially for the event. He raises plywood. "Crusade for Strings" project of 9 am until 4 pm in the PUD Owen and Carol Adams. The and chairman Mrs. Dave Her advice to high school Jayette Meeting almost every sort of vegetable. He makes tap tile National E~leration of Music auditorium " " program was presented by Mrs.Dunnington planned decorations drop-outs can be summed up in a : ........ " .__~ ........... and refreshments around the word: ' In Hell an Home• Mattie threatens to leave memaple burls every summer," he declares, varnished. SeVe~ ..... "hobo"theme. "Don't." "when I keep bringing in are required, ~ i[ Rainbow Girls The me ting of the Shelton basketsfull of stuff for her to can rubbing between Jayettes, to be held at 8 p.m. and freeze." In the Barkley house, Wood-turning ' '~ J Will I I-- ---- ~ L .... ~m ..... I today in the CarlHellmanhome, shelvesarebulgingandthefreezer hobby, although • • • will be visited by the Jaycees, is packed to capacity, gardening at pr! nlhate. ! ~, |AJ~, who will present an orientation Last year George harvested 'I believe 1 II .... ~"1~~~ ~I~I~~ I club'e°'h°stessw:llbe Mrs'Billfour kinds of squash, cherry says, but her' II "vana Daugess I 1 regarding the operations of their five different varieties of beans, as the, ground, l_ By Sen Dinford tomatoes and pear tomatoes as must wait until II Dana Baugess will be initiated ..... , ...... -_-- ...... | Schumacher. i' into the Assembly when the .... ,, - . . . Jaycee couples willattend the well as several large sorts, andThe Barkll J Order of Rainbow for Girls meets "Spring is here! vlolent!y into the saddle, dug m Spring Regional Jaycee meeting in countless other types of eatables, last year's cabl2 Somebod cried with the spurs, and jerked his Olympia on Saturday. Regional 'Tall telephone peas are a l_n an outdoor • at 7:30 p.m. Monday in the Y ' • . . . " " officers will be elected and awards specialty of mine," he says. "I trom the neaa arouno. THE WEDDING of Sharon Barnes and David Frank is planned for May 8. Miss Barnes is the daughter of Mrs. Billie Dillenburg of Hoodsport and Charles R. Barnes, deceased. Her fiance is She son of Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Frank of Shelton. The bride-to-be will be graduated from Shelton High School this year, and David Barnes is employed in Portland, where the couple will reside. Rummage Sale Set The annual rummage sale of the Belfair Fire Department Auxiliary will be held from 10 a.m. until 5 p.m. on April 30 in the PUD building. WRINKLES REMOVED IN 3 MINUTES NOW. I-flilaDl• to you, RI~VEAL, a n~ lclentif|¢: co~etic w~hi¢:l-i will r•rnO~ll OUr wrir~klel tlrfl]~Otllr|ly in J~lSt 3 m~ut~ •rid lasts up tO 8 hours. APOiy REVEAL as d~re¢:tecl to your fo~•~tdo around your eyes, and neck • n(I v~ll¢:n the years disappear as the Masonic Temple. Formal gowns will be worn. Several Rainbow girls assisted at the Junior Award Dinner and took part in the Eastern Star Adenda. Egg Hunt Held On Easter Sunday On Easter Sunday the Eagles Auxiliary held an Easter Egg hunt for children of members in the airport hall. A potluck dinner was later served to families. The Auxiliary now meets on the second and fourth Tuesdays of each month at 7:30 p.m. in the airport hall. Steinberg Admitted To University David P. Steinberg, 1027 Ellinor Ave., is among the new students admitted to Washington State University for the fall semester. Bake Sale Slated Bake sales sponsored by Evergreen PTA will start at I0 a.m. Saturday in both the Safeway store and the Family Market. Insurance Spending too much on your insurance? Call 426-3317 and let Arnold & Smith Insurance Agency save you money on your * Auto * Home Owners * Boat * Mobile Home * Business * Life * Health Insurance Needs' ARNOLD & SMITH INSURANCE AGENCY "Insurance is our only business. " 116 N. 2nd. 7 "Oh, how wonderful!" I replied. I rushed to the window And asked, "Where is it?" Alas, too slow, I had missed its visit. In the dear dead days of my youth, which l can still remember dimly, I passed through a period in which I considered myself quite a horsewoman. As were my adolescent sons with their first cars, so was I then with a horse. I was a hot-rodder. I delighted in the little tricks that turn a calm and quiet mount into a nervous wreck. With a sly pressure here and there, and an almost imperceptible twinge of the bit, I managed to set a horse prancing and dancing, tossing his head and rearing; I mistakenly thought that I was impressing my old cow-poke step-dad. When I arrived for a summer visit at his ranch it was with a great deal of discomfiture that 1 viewed the aged, bony, swaybacked and mis-shapen creature assigned to me. Grumbling at the prospect of a day on such a dead-head, I swung I The Bra that is Custom Fitted. A new world of figure flattery awaits you now at Beauty Salon Featuring Merle Norman Cosmetics. 6th & Laurel will be presented. All hell broke loose. Never before or since has so much angry and vicious activity gone on beneath my saddle. He bucked ; he Sale Planned twisted; he came down stiff-legged in spine-jarring jumps. I felt myself going. "This is it," I thought. "I am going to die embarrassingly beneath the foundered feet of this miserable beast." A whistle blew, and suddenly the universe ceased to rotate. I clung limply to the saddle horn as my step-dad approached. "He's an old rodeo horse," he explained. "He's quite well-mannered with a reasonably intelligent rider, and he does an excellent job of educating the ignorant." The Degree of Honor will hold a rummage sale from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. today in the PUD auditorium. The pride that goes Before a fall Is better than No pride at all. Don't Forget and WOOD FINISHING 2 CLASSES 1 p.m. & 7:30 p.m. Thurs., April 29 Turn left off hwy, 101 2 miles S. of Shelton. Drive 1 more mile on Cole Road. Step into the Fashion Spotlight with the "Pedro" dress sandal. This light footed summer beauty comes in Navy Blue. Our sandals are priced as low as $4.99. have grown them on the same wood-and-wire trellis for the past ten years." George Barkley likes flowers, too, and the lawns surrounding his home are landscaped with rhododendrons, azaleas, camellias and many other plants and shrubs. He is fond of dahlias and "The name to look for in fine quality shoes." $16.99 "The Fam//y Shoe Store" 107 S. 4th Shelton needed ca,re rutabe at Viking dg treasure glass h essential t well'* w them day a "For buy Pitt by: EVERGREEN DRUG C Eta'T( R -- 30~ RAILROAD AVE. 8- County Journal Thursday, April 22, 1971