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April 29, 1971     Shelton Mason County Journal
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iYATE$ -" The annual drive for the Opedic Hospital mgins May 1. will be Chairman on Harstine is Liz will be and Elsie Ness. ra their envelopes or at Gibler's between May of May. for the last Week, a and When your looking. the material it came it room and :iful arrived a bit Judging many of s SUre mighty , very much tally by the :rs who have bit to get ,~rs and toes up a bit on at f the Island COUple Could get WOuld take the at least a for all the ospi lize A child is told when he has something he doesn't care for to eat it first and get it out of the way so guess we'll follow that bit of good advise and get some of the unpleasant items out of the way first. Along about April 1 2 of this month Wilbur Jacobson suffered a broken arm when he fell from a ladder while limbing a few evergreen trees in his yard. Doris reported this past Sunday that he was due to get another cast put on the first of this week. The swelling had gone down sufficiently and the first cast had gotten a bit too loose. The Bob Putvin's youngest son, Clint, was hospitalized a week ago Sunday with what the doctor said was an attack of appendicitis. Although they were enlarged and were removed there was also an infection of the intestines which was the biggest culprit and mostly responsible for the young boy's illness. Clint was released Friday, but will be home from school for a few more days to recuperate. And still another Pt. Wilson resident, George Wangelin was also hospitalized for several days last week. He, too, is back home once again and feeling quite a bit better now. And we understand, also that Monica Pridham has been hospitalized as the result of a rather freak but very serious accident. At the time of the accident she was sitting in an ish teen age mish and their )hnson, are lsic YOuth tt the Civic :his Week. the In Which the defray the nds their Roger in the Iter of the Y Party in Hunter of Seattle. Mrs. Carol Hunter attended the Western Washington Zonta Club meeting in Everett Saturday. Jay Needham of Shelton is the house guest of Mr. and Mrs. Don Ragan this week. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Valley attended the Grange Friendship me eting at Agate (,range last Friday evening. The Commissioners of Fire District No. 9 will meet next Monday evening. A mutual aid agreement wilh other fire districts will be considered and signed. Volunteer firemen and anyone interested are welcome to attend these meetings. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Hunter of Seattle drove down to have breakfast with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hunter, Sunday Celebrated Then taking advantage of the ed Richert warm weather the Hunters the M- Was picnicked with Mr. and Mrs. this uson General Justin Taylor at Oyster Bay. Week for Mr. and Mrs. Carl Dugger and ,~ family of Seattle spent the n,,~re rhtained~r n_ter weekend with his parents, Mr. nor of ~, ursday Mrs. Claud Dugger and enjoy'da;d mrs. Bob some fishing. the. $10 prize for obtaining the =Ons last week in the Journal's Sandy and .the other junior this Week for the final $|0 grand prize, a week's stay at a Islan ers office when a large Grandfather clock toppled over on top of her. Her husband, A1 was close enough to catch it and keep the full force off of her, but even at that there was a head and neck injury as a result. Certainly hope you'll soon be better, Monica. Now, enough bad news for one week (even two) we'll move on to some happier news. Two Island couples became grandparents once again this month. We understand Ivan Thorsos and his two boys spent Spring vacation at their place on Sunset Hill. Meanwhile Gwen (Morn) was back east getting acquainted with a brand new granddaughter, Rachel Linnet Robbins and giving her daughter a helping hand. The company the proud new Papa works for had an assignment out of the country. but was kind enough to provide a nurse to step in for him during his absencefrom home and even providegrandma's plane fare! And still another Island couple also became Grandparents for the third time. Steig and Beula Gabrielsen received word for Hayden Lake, Ida., that their son Steve and his wife, Joan, were the proud new parents for a baby boy which they named Darren George April 8. The new arrival weighed in at 9 pounds IV2 ounces and joined a sister, Cris, and brother David Other news from the Gabrietsens is that they just returned last Friday from a trip up North. Leaving here with their pickup and camper with a boat and trailer in tow they spent their first night out at Wenberg State Park just north of Everett. The next day they ferried from Tsawwassen B. C. to the Canadian Island of Saltspring which lies between (;aliano Island and Vancouver Island. Using the Island's one mare town of Ganges as a starting point each day they headed for a different part of the large Island for a day of exploring. One day they drove to the southeast part of the Island and wound up at Beaver Point. Here they visited a family that has owned and farmed this land for more than 100 years. They own more than 1,200 acres, but are ece ly mainly taxed on that part which is in use as a farm. They are self-sustaining raising everything they need to eat from fruit and vegetable to livestock. At the present time the land is in the parents name who are in their 80's with an unmarried daughter and her brother and his tamily caring for the parents and taking care of the place. On a trip to the northeast of the Island they sat on the beach and watched a raft of logs being put together. Later they talked with a blind man and his wife, also nearby residents. But probably the most interesting experience of the whole trip was their day spent at Vesuvius Bay. There they discovered a Lodge owned by a group of young people who call themselves X-Kalay. Their main headquarters are Vancouver B. C. where they have their warehouses. But the most interesting part of the story are the young folks themselves. A good share of them have at some previous time been in some type of trouble with the law. They range from alcoholics, involved in stealing and assorted other crimes to drug addiction. But each of them has put the past behind them to join this group. A portion of the group doesn't have a dark past but has heard of the group and also wishes to join them. All it takes to become a member of the corporative venture is just to turn over any assets to the group and agree to follow their way of life helping one another and sharing the profits together. Once a member anything anyone needs is furnished by the whole group and all work to make the Lodge and the other various commercial enterprises successful. And it is becoming more successful with each passing day. Still another jaunt took them up Mount Maxwell which boasts an elevation of 1,877 feet which gave them a real bird's eye view of KIDNEY DANGER SIGNALS -- BACKACHE Or frequent calls (day and night) can be nature's warning of functional kidney disorders -- "Danger Ahead." Take 3 GENTLE BUKETS tablets a day to flush kidneys and regulate passage. If not pleased in 12 hours your 48c back! Locally at Evergreen Drug Center. that beautiful island country. Bill and Mary Helen Gortz certainly took both their parents by surprise recently when they drove up from Yuma, Ariz. (Their vacation was a week later than that of this area.) So at the lasl minute they loaded the car and set out for Harstine. They spent nights with Bill's morn, Esther and days down at Mary Helen's folks, the Everett Simons. They also called on the Aunts, Esther and Martin Goetsch and the Phil and Dorothy Chapman home. They arrived Sunday and left for home early Friday morning after a tiring but pleasant short week. They couldn't have picked a better time to enjoy the beauty of the Simons home with spring literally bursting into bloom and being reflected in the many gorgeous pools that are nestled here and there. A niece of Martin Goetsches dropped in unexpectedly last Sunday. Many, many years ago she and her folks spent a good portion of the summer on the Island. Mrs. Aletha Mosely and a friend from Portland drove up to call on friends and relatives. Over the weekend three boy scout troops from Olylnpia, ('hehalis and Seattle spent the weekend at Squaxin State Boat Park. Ranger Jim McAuliffe reported the three groups totaled around 100 boys give or take one or two. Come to this Christian Science Lecture Entitled: I"YOU R T12t INKING GOVER NS YOUR EXPERIENCE" By William Milford Correll, C.S.B. in the United Methodist Church, G & King St., Shelton ThursdaY, April 29 * 8 D.m. The Journal's Annual Subscripion Campaign Ends this Saturday, May 1st, at 5:00 p.m. The 89 Mason County youngsters who have been selling subscriptions to win prizes will stop their efforts at that time. unlor n$ Commissions are $1.50 for each new subscription and $1.00 for each renewal. Tim Allen 633 Arcadih Lori Asche Rt. 3, Box 671 David Austin P.O. Box __5 Vern Bailey Rt. 3, Box 104 Linda Barron Rt. 2, Box 260 Tammy Blackwell Rt. 5, Box 357 Scott Boyd 1816 Walker Park Rd. David Ray Bragg 1626 Jackson Paul Bragg 1626 Jackson Blain Burgess 1103 Fairmont Casey Carr 604 Ellinor Michael Chambers Rt. 3, Box 240 Doug Christensen 1316 W. Harvard 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. Tim L. Jackson 420 Fairmont Dan Johnson 818 S. 14th Dave J ohnson 818 S. 14th Debbie Johnson 818 S. 14th Kerry M. Johnson 922 Kineo Sharon Johnson Rt. 1, Box 660 Scott Metzler P.O. Box 90 Union, Wa. Dennis Mooney Rt. 3, Box 702 Charlene Mounts 626 W. Pine Reed Myers 1316 Mason Eve Nelson Rt. 5, Box 118 Lori Nelson St. Rt. 4, Box 427 Belfair, Wa. Ryan Orme 806 So. 14th Bonnie Pitts 245 lsl. Lk. Dr. Cathy Pleines Rt. 1, Box 608 Jean Prouty ! 519 Center St. Marty Rae Rt. 5, Box 106 Brett Remsberg 729 Cota Todd Scoles 1220 Bayview Jeff Coleman 303 Kineo Robbie Coker Rt. l, Box 210 Kenny Coker Rt. !, Box 210 Matt Kamin Rt. 3, Box 819 Paul Kamin Rt. 3, Box 819 Stan G. Kaszycki 220 Laurel Ted Simmons 818 S. lOth Cindy Skaggs 1007 S. 9th Dale Smith 1920 S. First St. Ti~ Cress ',, 805 Turner Mike Keyzers 534 Fairmont Mike Speece 301 East B St. Diane Crow 2122 Island Lk. Pat Keyzers 534 Fairmont Wes Stockwell 629 Pine St. Lenny Crume Rt. 3 Box 75 Mike Kratcha Rt. i. Box 510 Karen Sushak Rt. 2, Box 517 Kenneth Drake P.O. Box 313 Hoodsport, Wn. Holly Estvold 1226 E. Fairmont Dan Eveleth Rt. 3, Box 382 Ernest Evers Rt. 10, Box 77 Roy Evers Rt. 10, Box 94 Tami Ford Rt. 2, Box 908 Julie Frost 2018 Ferry Karen Fuller 1617 Center St. Joni Gibson 505 S. 8th Sandy Glaser 605 Fairmont Gene Lanman 1130 E. Fairmont Jim Lanman 1130 E. Fairmont Trudy Lindberg 1126 Laurel St. Brian Linn Rt. 10, Box 593 Carla Linn Rt. 10, Box 593 Shelly Lisoskie 920 No. 7th Brad Lowe 227 W. Laurel Stacy Martin 612 Turner Jeff McGee 181 9 King St. Andy Medcalf 924 Tobin Kevin Mercer Rt. 3, Box 30 Mike Thomas Rt. 2, Box 41 Shelli Thomason 527 Bellevue Debra Twidwell Rt. 5, Box 341 Carll Ann Vorse 627 Dearborn Shaun Waldrop 1028 Cota St. Teri Weaver 1321 Mason St. Donny Welander 1139 Franklin Tami Wilson 2034 Summit Scott Woodward 628 - 6th St. Rusty Yates Rt. 4, Harstine Island Lynne Zamzow 1127 Laurel Subscriptions due will not be cancelled until after the campaign ends on May |. Thursday, April 29, 1971 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Page 23