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May 27, 1971     Shelton Mason County Journal
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@ort Has Busy B.C. Thursday, the Cummins and - The Bob Johnsons drove to Seattle and was a busy Tacoma for a day of shopping and k with guests sight seeing, returning just in loris' brother, time. The axel broke on their car of Ontario and later in the evening• ard Rower of A two day week-end in up for a weeks Westlake, Ore., became a three day weekend when Mike and :hey did some DEtta Bloomfield had a wheel nephew had a bearing go out in their car. D'Etta : le boys life. On mentioned a squeaking front he went on his wheel on the way down, but all catching a sea was forgotten when they got rich his father is involved in the merry making at alOUnted for him• the Rhododendron Festival• Not re than left when until they tried to return from the involved in the dune buggy races late Saturday the 'Hood Canal evening did they discover they at built by Ed had a problem• b!dSund, on Ed's The Hood Canal Jr. High arated in public ninth grade will wash cars, ~eXaco on Friday• windows and vacuum the inside Mary Jane Sund, for a ,$1.50 donation May 29 at Bunnie Denison Harrys Texaco• The proceeds 10r donated their from the car wash will be used to Lc talents to the buy the traditional good--by gift from grade 9 to the Hood Canal Payed off with a School• :d in the Forest The front of a pickup driven iaturday by Lane White and the back of front of' the float Phil Bolings pickup received Canal Trojanetts damage last Monday evening t too placed first when the two vehicles collided in at the parade• Hoodsport. ae day five local Mr. and Mrs. Jim Lucas and LW their efforts family were out from Olympia en the judges Sunday, visiting their many a first place on friends in the area. It in the kiddies John and Billy Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Schwab were pleased to have the kids, c nand Pat Laney Carolyn and Bob Larson, of °nstructed their Mossyrock up for the weekend. arn the Wizard of Fred Williams, formerly of lp. It was then Hoodsport is in the Veterans Keep Washington Hospital, in Seattle undergoing lnder the heading surgery for the second time after :t Emerald Green• a recent accident• Don Cummins Many local friends turned out ;ts at the Lenard recently to surprise Joann Week, arriving Jackson of Union, with a baby fr°naVancouver, shower at the Grove• Joann thought she was going to have a last dinner out before the new arrival when the surprise was sprung by hostesses, Dee and Babe Hawk. OF ~RING ;trict No. tice is District Public trict at in the oom, for CHTHE OOL PPear and part of of School 1971 22959 GTON DGY, to of an of , of iF be and official May, 1971. of ECol.. 5u~1~0.27.2t Leave Young Animals In The Woods Young animals Can survive better in their natural surroundings than with "mothering" by humans, Harold Van De Rift, county Extension agent, said this week. "This time of year, baby rabbits, squirrels and birds start appearing, and some persons, especially children, think humans should give wandering young animals a home. But that frightened looking baby rabbit is far from lost or homeless. His mother knows where he is, and she is teaching him how to survive in his environment, something humans can't teach." Another thing to remember, Van De Rift said, is that taking some animals home may be in violation of the law. For animals on which there is a legal open and closed hunting season, it is illegal to have them confined as pets. Although some persons feel they are doing a tiny animal a favor, catching one can be cruel. In the wild, animals get the food they need, and a diet supplied by a human may not be correct to keep a young animal alive. He said if the animal does live and its human benefactors turn it into the wild later, the animal likely would die because it would not have learned to take care of itself. "So let small animals be. And tell children not to try to catch them. Mother Nature is in charge of caring for her young." e Damage Under Age: =With clean driving record - Months $68.00 - 6 Months $77.00 tes for the unlucky driver "":-I. Reckless Driving 'nSUrance Cancelled can take care of you. No one G_ary Ely or Mike Petra rnone 748-8855 Insurance Agency Chehalls, Wa. 98532 uple ck rou la, Tri by CARMEN YATES their car and get ready to come known to friends as Butch) and Festival a little bird told us that HARSTINE - AI and Monica home. Coming across the bridge his wife, Pat followed them to the Chuck Bridges did it again this Pridham returned to the Island Wednesday evening was the best Island where they have been living year. The past three years he had last Wednesday evening about the Island had looked in a long, in Ben's house since Ben joined walked off with the High Point three weeks after they had long time. Jack and Ethel in their mobile Trophy of the day in the Horse planned when they left• The trip Whenever Ted and Elsie Ness home• Show• And this year was no i from beginning to end was marred manage to get away from the The AI Nagels had a busy exception, he did it again• ~'~ g Mary by one thing right after another. Island and especially their Marina week and weekend recently• The A week a o Sid and i first of last week Alberta was B auns ard a Two days after they arrived at on Jarrell's Cove it's really a great g t t e n d e d t he ~ ......... their destination Monica was in news item. And the reason for notified by the Pioneer School University Alumni Varsity g • And Sld also ' ~ the hospital following a strange leaving the Island for a few hours she had been appointed to the Football ame ' • q t o the ~ .... accident. The main purpose of last Sunday was a very specialSchool's Advisory Board attended the Ban ue f ', ~ i~ ~ Thursday evening Alberta and 10-20 year Club of the Mobil el | i ~ i their trip was t° purchase a h°me' °ne' indeed" A very pr°ud M°m having sold their property here on and Dad joined an equally proud the girls, Jerry and Tammy drove Company where he was employed ~ ~ ~ ~ b, the Island. They had located a wife and family to watch Glen down to Satsop to attend a for many years. .~ home prior to the unfortunate Ness graduate along with 584 double wedding shower for .o-o | ~ ~'il~ ~ ~ ~ ~ accident which occured while others from Pacific Lutheran Alberta's tw° nieces Earlene and i- - ------- -------- --'- ...... ..... ..... .... they were in a Real Estate office. College. And for Glen it was a Sharon York. [ LOWREY i ~ ~ ~_S°me painters were w°rking and very special day" making all th°se Saturday m°rning the Nagel [ llIIllDlflb-A- -" bumped ,into a six-foot weekends and evenings of study family was up bright and early to [ vR , NS grandfather s clock which toppled and lots of very short nights all help Tammy get ready for the [ FRANK TRAVIS, owner and operator of the Washington over on top of Monica sitting in a worth the effort. For Glen had small-fry parade. Tammy was the [ I~t P|~]]III~ Evergreen Company of Shelton, and Joseph Buhlay, chair. A1 saw it swaying and earned his Master of Arts Degree Island's only representative for ~ ....... "~"~ Extension Forester at the Western Washington Research & managed to keep it from hitting in Education. Congratulations, the County's annual big ) r, ....... Extension Center in Puyallup, are shown viewing an excellent her as hard as it would have. Glen from all your Island friends, celebration. The nine year old girl | r~r',~/ or ~uY on huckleberry stand in, the Shelton area. Travis will be on a When they arrived, Monica's And, no doubt, a bouquet is in was attired in a red bikini and | Easy Terms panel ,discussing the Opportunities for Improving Evergreen sister-in-law was in the hospital, order for Sally, Glen's wife who rode a bike decorated with hot but came home during the time had a large part in helping her pink streamers and carried a sign SI_L ~ am • -~ Brush at the Evergreen Brush Short Course to be held at they were there. And also husband reach hisgoal, proclaiming her Miss ttarstine of IJOlllllly SIIIIU$1( II1011 Olympia College in Bremerton on June 10. Copies of the Monica's brother suffered a A week ago Tuesday things 1980! , l_ 205 Cota 426-4302 brochure for this short course can be obtained from thestroke, quieted down around the RigneyAnd speaking of the Forest ..... .......... ____- Mason County Extension Office or any of the evergreen After being in the hospitalhomes a little following the I " MAY brush plants• This brochure will describe the content of the about 14 days Monica was departure of their relatives from .................... - ...... program which starts at 8:30 a.m. and runs through 4:30 p.m. released, but instructed to wear a back east. Ethel's Morn and Dad, The registration forms for the program are included in the neck brace for the next four the John Van Steenises and brochure and are due at the office of James Bemis, Olympic weeks. Friday she saw the doctor Ethel s sister and her husband, the i Prices good thru May 29, 1971 College, 16th and Chester, Bremerton 98310, by June 7. and got permission to make the Louis Snedekers all of Grand Ferhhzer 6-10-4 Organic ........ s drive back home to the Island. Rapids, Mich. all came out to be ! " " " 395 However, during the night they with Ethel following the death of M received a call from Detroit saying her husband, Jack. i • • 80 Lb. ~ 55 Monica's only son was in intensive Jack was born in Seattle and I Fert,hzer 5-10-10 ................... 3 care in the Hospital which was lived there for many years before | A later diagnosed as a massive brain traveling to Michigan• It was there mmonium Sulfate 21-0-0 ...... s3x° Matlock hemmorage, he met Ethel• They were later ! While they were getting ready married in Ohio. He was a retired Grange Gets A.ward For.,, to take a plane to Detroit, Captainof the Grace Lines' where [ /~~~ i ~--RMey~ Monica s sister-in-law had to he was employed for 24 years. He at • • • l~l return to the hospital. Sunday was a member of the Masters, Fest|val W|~I ow O|s ay morning A1 and Monica flew to Mates and Pilots Local 88 out of Detroit where they found Ray New York. Prior to moving here 1~ by DORA HEARING celebrate Ricky Rossmaiers ninth Werega in a coma in the hospital• about a year ago Jack and Ethel ~ Clos MATLOCK - Matlock Grange birthday. Tuesday he died and the funeral lived in Fort Lauderdale, Fla. for ~nnnn|st I Sun & Mort 6 43731' took second place for their Mr. and Mrs. AndrewBushell was held Friday• Sunday they five years. Shortly after moving = 40_7_S 42 display window for the Forest of Seattle visited their relatives flew back to Arizona to pick up here their son, Jack (better Festival which was on display at Mr. and Mrs. William Barnes Sr. Angle Offices. We want to thank Denise Avery and April Henderson, our two young_ members who did such a wonderful job. Matlock Grange met for a pot luck supper Friday night• They had one visitor, Ralph Welch, master of Fair Harbor grange at Grapeview. The Pinochle club met Saturday night with Mr. and Mrs. William Barnes Sr. host and hostess• High score went to Lud Rossmaier and Edythe Dick, Pinochle to Elvin Hearing and Edythe Dick and low score to Ira Ford and Nellie Rossmaier. The next meeting will be June 12 with Mr. and Mrs. Edward Valley host and hostess. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Foster, Mr. and Mrs. James Blaine of Shelton and Alice Cortise and Mabel Straca of Minnesota were Sunday visitors at the Conda Dick home. Harold Dick and Miss Debbie Holland of Seattle were Sunday evening dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Conda Dick. Ladies club met last week Wednesday with Rachel Valley hostess. Mrs. Louis Asche's birthday was celebrated• Carl Portman spent from Tuesday to Friday with Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Portman of Tacoma• Mr. and Mrs. N. P. McLeod of Seattle were Monday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Elvin Hearing• Mr. and Mrs. Jack Nickols of Los Angeles, Calif, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Scoles and Mrs. Molly Corker and children of Auburn were week end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wells Mayer• All the guests and Mr. and Mrs. Lud Rossmaier were Saturday dinner guests at the Wells Mayer home. Mr. and Mrs. Lud Rossmaier were Tuesday evening dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Rossmaier of Tumwater to over the weekend. Mrs. Drusilla Lane and Mrs. Sue Kinney were Monday overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs. William Barnes Sr. on their way to their home in Grass Valley, Calif. after visiting relatives in Tacoma. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Helin called on Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Green of Shelton Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Cockburn were visitors at the Elvin Hearing home Sunday• Mr• and Mrs. James Getchman and Rev. an& Mrs..~Lesli˘ Dra'k˘~ were Saturday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dan Walker. Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Neal Davis and son Greg of Tacoma were visitors at the Dan Walkers home• Mrs. Eli Bradshaw of Tacoma is spending a few weeks with her daughter and son-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Earl Walker. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Legacey and girls of Tacoma were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Valley. Dan and Michele Goodburn and Jeff Barnes of Shelton were weekend guests at the R. E. Bradberry home. Sunday afternoon Mrs. Wes Goodburn and Mrs• Jack Barnes came for the children. Mrs. Archie Kelley spent Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Ralph Pauley of Shelton. Weekend guests at the Archie Kelley home were Mr. and Mrs. Dave Smith and family of Humptulips and David Davis of Wishkaw. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Rossmaier and sons of Olympia and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Goodburn and family of Shelton were Sunday dinner guests of Mr• and Mrs. Lud Rossmaier. Mr. and Mrs. William Barnes Jr. of Mercer Island spent the weekend at their farm here• Wherever you hail/rom you're always welcome at our brewery. We have tours going on every day {rom 8 to 4:30. So drop in, up or over, etc. Olympia Brewing Company Now celebrating 75 years in the same location, Tumwater, Washington. *Oly *® Each year thousands of people enjoy the parks and water.side recreation areas created by the pools behind hydro-electric dams in the state of Washington, We get electric generation plus recreation as a by.product, Today, electric use continues to grow but nearly all of the hydro dam sites have been developed. We must now turn to nuclear power for our electricity, Grounds around nuclear plants can also be planned and used as parks and recreation areas. These areas will be clean, clutter.free and pleasing to the eye. Further, nuclear plants are safe. The best way to make electricity in the future and also im. prove our recreation environments will be with nuclear energy, That's why your PUD's of the state of Washington are working together to develop nuclear generating plants, • @ Edwin Taylor, President Harold W. Parker, Vice President Jack Cole, Secretary Jerry Samples, Manager Thursday, May 27, 1971 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Page 19