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c as chosen as Prin- Ib District io. 104. 01 mda La Bissoniere, 'e. r. ald Mrs, Les La- Up: ida is 14 anti a 9ih p )f Hood Canal Jr. tess, e one of he,' hen- have place of honor 0a ntered by the school dt !g the Forest Festi- de  !._0ha Dickinson, son m, GOrdon Dickinson sl ,3Yill also have his I 1 10at. The Forest Fes- hi vLay 23 to 25, and t !g SCores of people to  Y and Shelton once enScene of merriment P tLry reminiscent of e El ays and the big in-  stag. FIarry Mawson had '.Y guests Mr. and eyes of Olnpia, Pl, Th foursome en- d! t I k Cushman, day in the out-of- b nng moss for their - .... owe leav- Y16, 1963 Irfilies Observe Mother's Day With Family Gatherings Sunday Y l!thel Dalb. ) y ing for Fremont. Calif. today to be :" neof Union's pretty gone a week or more. The Ortho- pedic party was postponed until ,n ,,-" ave Tax ll yon are entitled? t, can be .sled. table free to our nishes you an an- r in today and 'Ii5. O\\;VCS Fe/ul'n houle. The Leonard Aldriches and Jo Brennans got together Sunday for a joint celebration, and enjoyed a long Canal drive, ending up at the Rhodie and azalia gardens down the Canal where they enjoyed viewing hundreds of beautiful flow- er beds. later dining at Walt Mil- los. THE BENEFIT Pan Cake Break- fast put on by the men of the Am- aranth at Union Masonic Hall drew a large crowd from points all over Mason County. The break- fast creating a pleasant diversion as a start for Mothers Day. Pan cake turners were Dess Haines, Tom Turner. Mr. Martin and Mr. Wilson. Mothers Day brought out a great many families over the weekend to their summer homes dotting the Canal, and to the resorts along its shores. Alderbrook was filled to overflowing, with cottages and the new motel taken in advance. There were numerous family cele- brations at Union and tribute was paid to mothers everywhere on their day, for the most part by those nearest and dearest to them. The thought occurs what an emp- ty sort of day it must be to those who have never knom the bles- sing of having a child, or family, But of course there are always other children to take to heart, and also into ones home, to fill such vacancies. It was a full house at the How- ard Wallets Sunday with Mrs. Watters having all of her child- ren and grandchildren home at some time during the day. For the family dinner places were set for Mr. and Mrs. Rollo Walters and Diane. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Crawford and young son, and Don- ald Crawford. Bremerton. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Stanfill and children of  It', free. Tacoma. Later in the afternoon me the Dave Kimball family of Shel- neyl ton. Dick and Ruth Allen and fa- mily also joined the group.  I   Mr. and Mrs. Karl O'Berry had  p  as their house guest over the week =a II | ll end her mother, Mrs. A. 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At Alderbrook Inn ove{he week- end 52 members of t-e Liberal Arts Seminar of the University of Washington enjoyed the session at Eastwood Hall Friday evening, Saturday, and ended after a morn- ing session Sunday. The group adjourned and de- parted after luncheon Sunday. In- cluded in the program events were "Can psychology be applied to His tory" by Dr. Fritz Schnidl and Prof. G. Costigan. "Some light of History in the light of psychology" Professor Arthur Bestor of the Department of History was also on the agenda. Sunday was the occasion of a t-iple celebration at the Thomas Ball home. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Hesse and two daughters Judy and Pat. of Astoria, Ore., were at the Ball home Saturday and Sunday. Durin the visit the birthday of Norman Hesse of May 9 and that of his wife Margaret Ball Hesse of May 10 were celebrated along with Mothers' Day dinner for Mrs. Ball. The Hesses left early Sun- day to avoid the traffic. Thursday is the last meeting of the Hood Canal Woman's Club of the year. It will also be the in- stallation of officers. The meeting will be at 11 a.m., and will be followed by the luncheon at 12:30 p.m. Miss Shelley Allison of Port Or- chard was a week end guest of Nicky Coles of Union. Shelley's childhood was spent at Madrona Lodge home of her late grandmo- ther Catherine Allison Moffett. Mr. and Mrs. George Plows of Shelton motored to the Canal Sun- day to spend Mothers' Day with his mother, Mrs. Clyde Petitt and Mr. Petitt. Mr. and Mrs. Lud Andersen at- tended the convention of the league of Postmasters at Ocean Shores. They left by ear May 7 and spent a most enjoyable few days at Ocean Side Inn. Nell's history of the association, she was pressed into giving, was enthusias- tically received and also evidently appreciated by the gronp. Upon her retirement of 10 ycars ago as Poqtmaster of Union. Me was tendered a life membrship in the a gsoeiq I ion. According In the kndersens the weather was perfect, and summery They returned home last Friday, reporting a wonderful time in gen- eral. Mrs. H. H. Short of Seattle, aunt of Mrs. Beulah Nichols, who was a house guest for two vheks at the Nichols home, returned to her residence a week ago. Mrs. Adal Kimball is making her home at Bishop Brook. and where she is lending a hand to Tillie Sherman, with the cookery. Ira Vest announced a change in schedule for the Union Gar- bage dump. Due to the approach of the fire season, hours will be from 1:30 to 6 p.m. daily except Wednesday. The attendant will be on duty at the dump during these hours. Edo0000tpagb O15nnpia where they spent the day and enjoyed the family celebration at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Verne Miller. A chimney fire at the Les Bon- ner home Sunday afternoon rout- cd out Union's vohmteer firemen. Lucille Blake tried to call Dick Buechel, a.nd unable to get Dick called Neal Purer, wlo arrayed or the scene m a hurry in the fire fighting truck. Other local fire fightefighters called on the spur of the moment responded immediate- ly arriving in their cars and in no time the blaze was under con- trol and also put out. A Mothers' Day tea and prog- ram was given last Friday after- noon at Hood Canal Junior higl school, with the program am fol- lows: Poem by Carol Tweed. Green Cathedral and Springtime, Girls' 8th grade choir. Dance pupils of Claudia Che- hey. Ballet number by Margaret Bue- I chel and Claudia Cheney. Maypole dance by little girls of Hoodsport school. Style show by girls of 9th grade with Margaret Buechel--asL.-narra  tot. At the conclusion of the prog- ram refreshments were served in the library. Mrs. McDowell and Mrs. Jackson were in charge of the event. Sunday dinner guests of Mrs Paul Schlosser were Mrs. Buelah Nichols and non Eugene, and Miss Elizabeth Oyer. At the A. F. Wilbur home were Mr. and Mrs. Bob Hutchinson and childreh, and Mr. and Mrs. Rob- ert Fletcher and family of Seattle. The family dinner and day set apart in honor of Mrs. Wilbur. and also the two younger mothers pre- sent. Judge and Mrs. D. F. Wright had with them Sunday their fam- Ily, Judge and Mrs. Chal']es Wright. who enjoyed a dinner to- gether and pleasant day. MS. D. F. IVRIGHT celebrat- ed a birthday last week. Her two sisters, Mrs. Cyril Thonburg, and Mrs. Leo Steere of Olympia took the drive over to Union Thurs- day to help celebrate the event. bringing along" the complete birth- day dinner, a treat to the honoree. Mrs. Ellen S. Levenson of Seat- tle, an aunt of Mrs. Wright was a visitor Saturday. At the Los Bonnet home Sun- day were friends f)m Canada,. Mr. and Mrs. Edwards. At the din- ner hour Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Blake and daughter Janice joined the Bonners for a family dinner at their home, and pleasant visit. Mr. and M's. Jesse Epstein at- tended the Liberal Arts Seminar at Alderbrook Inn over the week- end. having with them as their guest Waldo S. Chase Union. Walt Henderson. new owner and proprietor of Robin Hood Lodge and care. announces that he ex- petcs to be open for business, May 21. He ham also stated that he ex- pects to sete the same good type of food that have made his large cafe at Contrails a success. A specialty will be homemade pant- ries an'd breads, made by Miss Mary McBratney. Miss MeBrathey has been a.t Walt's Care at Cen- tralia for the past several weeks getting advance experience in how the cafe prepares, and serves their own speeilties, to be used at Robin Hood Lodge ISHERMAN ART Talbert and Jack Allison were hauling in the rock cod off Alderbrook Satur- day, bringing in a good catch of large fish. They also caught a large skate, which they said meas- ured over five feet across, and which they had to cut loose of their line to drop overboard. 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