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June 3, 1971     Shelton Mason County Journal
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June 3, 1971

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Couple a Qrrl eremony hel note that went as follows: the schools in the state for the Mac Hooven If you should see a group of coming year. .Spring in a women looking a combined Tuesday, Delores Drake m Shelton, weight of 33 lbs. lighter, well, it's transported the Hood Canal Hi After the all due to the newly organized Riggers 4-H Club to the Hood had a Tops Club, which meets at 7:30 Canal Womens Club, where they an p.m. Thursdays at Betty flagged planting areas in on to the Goodpasters. preparation for landscaping of the Care. Some 25 guests arrived atseven biotic zones to be Irma and Norma Grays to honor Jean developed on the premises. was Peterson at a bridal shower, last The club then traveled up and groom Wednesday. Sandy and Mimi Lake Cushman to the Four The Pozorski and Norma, co-hostesses Streams area, to study nature first with a for the evening, used Jeans hand. wedding colors of lavender and os~, tied with gold for the color scheme of the Shannon Bloomfield found and for shower decorations, leaf fossils in sedimentary rock on of pinks, The wedding date is June 19. the field trip and the youngsters are $2.50 per plate for adults and $1. for children under 12. A piano recital was held Friday evening at the Dick Endicott home. Nanci and Jan Dean, Mary and Melanie Johns, Renee Bryant and Rhonda Endicott were the stars of the evening. Refreshments, in the form of cookies and punch were served to the girls and their guests at the end of the evening. If you noticed some activity going on at the Hoodsport Salmon Hatchery this week, it is the Karl Humphrey Construction Co. doing some alterations on the to all the boys who participated in sports this year and to the cheer leaders. Inspirational Trophies were awarded in basketball to Jeff Pill, Dana Frint and Fred Miller, in track to Mike Lindgren and in football to Evan Tozier. Special guests for the evening were Terry Gregg, Bill Brickert and Jack Stark coaches from Shelton High School and Bill Bryant, coach and Bill Smith, assistant coach at Hood Canal School. It was mentioned, the mothers could certainly be congratulated for their interest Many people turned out to watch the Hoodsport Volunteer firemen burn the long vacant Avery house on Finch Creek last Tuesday. It seemed like ages after the fire was set before it really got going, but once going it was only a matter of minutes until the walls fell in. During this time the firemen trained their hoses on surrounding property and the fire, keeping it in control at all times. Don't forget to vote June 8. Our work has moved and so must we, so the kids and I went to our new home site for a trial run this week-end. Our home will be the trailer and ,the site is beautiful day was spent on the straits picnicing, with Carolyn Bloomfield and children and then back to the trailer in time for supper. Misty and Junior worked while we played. Delores Drake will be taking over for me for the summer. Hope to see you in the fall. COmplete.John Pill attended a meeting,were able to identify some of the Zider Zee rearing pond. When the and participation in the activities wedding in Seattle at the Olympic Hotel leaves, work is done, in about two at the school. ~,rs wereWednesday, at which State A benefit dinner will be heldmonths, the pond will be ready Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Schwab s.l~ Superintendent Louis Bruno June5, at the Holiday Beach Club for the rearing and holding of took a four day week-end to catJl~]Lal Week I received a spoke on the financial crisis facing House for Oliver Gray. Donations adult sized salmon, make a loop trip. Their trip went ' A ham and baked potato from Mossy Rock, where they ~~y~ dinner, with all the trimmings was visited the kids, to Yakima for the served at the Athletic Awardsday with Betty's sister and Banquet, by the mothers, brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. IS J A K- nlY SlDffATCHA Southside Homemakers met be the host for the fall meeting. ~Y 1~ 7 Friendship at the home of Jo Ann Herrick The club will hold election of t at the home of May 18 for the last meeting until officers this fall. ~ t~ this fall. Hostess Jo Ann Herrick served ere tea members Attending were Evelyn refreshments. xt t erved a salad. Kreifels, Monna Heinis, Shirley Thursday evening Mr. and Stites, Ruth Chambers, Veta Mrs. Jesse Asche and children ~Le~g is June 16 Holtorf and Jo Ann Herrick. were guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. H. -m"~-a2""rttman. It Members discussed the fall Asche and Winston. They ~ill"b~te~e~ndthelune celebrated Mrs. L. H. Asche's meeting to be held in October. / Ji rated. Southside Homemakers are tobirthday and Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Asche's anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Ray F. Kuhn of Seattle and Mr. and Mrs. Keith Kuhn and daughter Ann Marie of Seattle were Sunday guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Asche and Winston. Returns From Ocean Trip Mrs. Ray Kuhn is known as ~l~.p~~,departure pole which was presented to Kobe Bonnie Conklin formerly of l a L~s~ t~neeland by the people of Seattle. Shelton. howl;r lovely "At the back of the park is a May 25 the Live Wires 4-H rid.el- .. at Union small grove of trees with a club held its meeting at Southside hug~hng VOyage placque which notes this is a gift school. I B,!~Ps of .Passenger of the Seattle Lions Club. Those members present were J :~ae, a fi-the Orient "I had a delightful evening Kathy Bailey, Sharon Johnson, i' *'an Operating [ flemish Chinese with the Matsuda family at tne Kim Wheeler, Mrs. Wolf, Mrs. New Port hotel, where the pianist Bedell, Nancy Eveleth and Cheryl ,i':ws. minantly plays only classical and Bedell. am the a a Japan. were for Same time off She her trip oard the her to after semi-classical music. The next day they picked me up for a trip to Rokko Mountain, loaded with gifts and flowers. It was mother's day, a fact that had completely escaped me. Enroute we stopped at Sarakuen Gardens, a typical Japanese landscape garden with waterfall, tea house, small lake with regal swans. "We stopped near the top of Rokko mountain range at the Rokko model pasture so that I could see the way the famous Kobe beef cattle are cared for. They are fed whatever it is cows eat mixed with beer twice a day. Also twice a day they are massaged, during which the wrangler takes swigs of a concentrated saki and blows it into the skin of the cattle. Why I've no idea, but 1 saw no evidence of a drunken cowboy. "We had a lovely lunch at the Rokkasan hotel high on the top of MS. Maya overlooking Kobe and left the with the of her east In old business members discussed visiting the elderly people in Mason County on June 1 after school. They decided on an overnight pack trip to Flap Jack Lakes July 24 and 25. 4-H Camp is the following week. The next meeting will be held at Kathy Bailey's on June 8, reported Cheryl Bedell. Mrs. Wen Cookson and Dennis of Port Orchard who spent last weekend with Mr. and Mrs. John Cookson and Jackie all visited Mr. and Mrs. Ray Kratcha last Saturday evening. Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ray Kratcha on various days during the week and weekend were Walt Kratcha, Mr. and Mrs. John Kratcha Jr., of Silverdale and Mrs. John Cookson and Jackie. I I II III CORRECT FORMAL WEAR Complete Tuxedo Rental Service Men's Women's 409 Railroad III Reg. Price SALE Stops in a call Her been m The harbor. It was unusually clear and mailed we could see Osaka also. The wild ~ Points flowers were glorious along the these letters highway, just as they must be I^ ' Japan Was g a, liest s ,Ueseribing now in Washington. Wri+-s of tho "We sailed on to Yokohama lit ~ten May 11~ it Monday morning, arriving here Tuesday. The usual smog prevents Write the hoped for sight of Mt. Fuji. one of Perhaps we may see her tomorrow entire at sunset, when we leave here for .and the Vancouver." r Prime. _ Franklin Stove ....... ,,6s 0o ....... 14800 rd 4*o the Corkboa 24" x 36" ...... 4.65 ........ Spray Enamel p,t,,bu.gh .... ,.2, ........ Push Brooms 15% OFF Birch .................... ,s.,, ......... 5 Ashtone ............... s2.,0 ......... 2 Andorro ............... ,s.0, .......... Floor Tilo,rx ......... ......... 17* , i Threshold .... * ......... 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