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June 17, 1971

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roup DRAKE The American Legion Auxiliary The warm Citizenship award was presented SUnny days has to Sheryl Ann Sund. The athletic to the longer award was presented to Afithony Unemployment Molinero. Sherrie Lea Denison he local loggersreceived the Home Economics !o the extended Award. Music Awards were IOns. Misty presented to Rhoda Endicott, Work up North Becky Bates, Nancy Dean and With school Sheryl Sund. I up bags and Four students also received his family to special recognition for their high nrner quarters scores on the National Education Development Test. These paper routes, outstanding students were Joe With their 4-H Pavel, Anthony Molinero, Richard Shannon and Deno and Linda Jones. , have already "Sailing Into The Future' was t of a Naturethe theme of the ninth grade's their summer grxaduation party held at Holiday ~w and plans Beach. The hall was decorated in JOined other the nautical theme. Prior to todd Canal graduation, the ninth grade class for a guided journied to Hoquiam for a tour of ) Aht Seed the ITT Rayonier plant. They Trail. Curtiscompleted the day at the ocean, ton District,enjoying the warm sun, and )nducted the picnicking around a large bon fire. as-Fir Seed Herb and Florence White are operating "The Maples Gifts' shop e impressed in Hoodsport. The recently pollination opened gift shop features a lard and thevariety of gifts and will be open SOme of the on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays. Mrs. White explained color they fell in love with the large Big conditions,Leaf Maple trees that surround ral that had their,shop, so named The Maples appearance.Gifts Shop for these trees. ard, 4-H'ers SPS 3rd. Class Wayne D. tad graftedTweed spent a weeks leave with ~ral of their his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Burton )ut one wasTweed of Cushman, before Well. lVlrs, departing for Pearl Harbor. Wayne lPanied thestopped over for a day in San d trip and Diego to visit his aunt, Mrs. Don )w to gather Basham. Then he was off to epare it for Travis Air Force Base where he d asparagas, boarded a plane for the five hour three dreary flight to Hawaii. Upon his arrival, 3dsport gets he acquired a tape and sent home ng day of his vocal letter. The family plans gs out the to continue this tape recording tsrnen alike, with messages from friends and found the relatives in the area. :Potlatch The Timberland Regional it crowded Mobile Library has extended their Led lines and summer service area and will be )ut. making two stops in the Cushman )ned Ensignarea on the second and fourth )n 111 was Tuesdays. drniral John Mr. and Mrs. Bernard rd at the Altenbach hosted an outdoor )graduationbarbecue at which 47 local is Presented residents gathered to welcome the tOting senior John Perkins and Bill Taylor ) has shownfamilies who have just moved into "> a rovement in Hoodsport. John and Ann Perkins ' nd'rnilitary and four children moved here from Klamath Falls, Ore. John of Evelyn Perkins was appointed District rt and his Ranger on the Hoodsport Ranger 'at Pierce,District, Olympic National Forest. Mrs. Roy Jack E. Grubb vacated this position to accept appointment as and their Assistant Lands Staff in the leaving Supervisor's Office, Olympia. for New Mr. and Mrs. Bill Taylor and will be four children came to Hoodsports g in the from Chiloquin, Ore. Bill wa appointed to the Fire Control ~d Canal Officers position on the ~b have Hoodsport Ranger District. )r their Todd Johnson, son of Mr. and kfastto Mrs. Leonard Johnson of Hoodsport was rushed to the POtlatchWill be Mason General Hospital Thursday "s, jaic~, evening. Thirteen stitches wet rn. to 2required to mend the gap he tore in his right leg while playing in his attended front yard. Todd wasted no time ration getting back into the swing of Canal things. His Aunt Phyllis and Uncle ing to Terry Ellsworth and two children Iting arrived Friday from Cottage Grove, Ore. With a hop and a skip, Todd joined in on the oyster picking and digging clams on the Were beaches of Hood Canal. When the Ellsworth returned to Cottage Grove Monday, they class had one additional passenger. Teresa Johnson joined them for a weeks vacation. to The Bernie Altenbach residence was the scene of many as activities this past week. In the o Was midst of having their kitchen cabinets refinished and their Evan contents packed in boxes, friends arrived from Pennsylvania for a e Damage . Under Age! Wlth clean driving record &ge 18.6 M Age 16.-', onths $68.00 ' i0 Pa)_ 6 Months $77.00 b. -,es for the unlucky driver ;I Reckless Driving nc Cancelled -'an take care of you. No one p e/ry Ely or Mike Petra one 748-885s Chehalis, Wa. 98532 Southside our om .ca.ons,nt.0..c en v,c0 esi en,, .aro, O.a e I ; I I "'. V OW ) however, did not interfere with a secretary-treasurer; Lester Heart, By MRS. RAY KRATCHA Morey's went to Sekiu to fish, J Church J J Alliance Church J good visit with Bernie s home Tail Twister; Ivan Taylor, Lion town friends. To round the week Tamer; and Leonard Johnson and SOUTHSIDE - June 8 the getting a twenty pound salmon I 910 East Dearborn ! t ............ -. J out, Joan invited her Brownie Eldon Farcy, directors. Live Wires 4-H club held theirand ling cod. , J LEWISB.WYSONG,Pestor J / wasHington ~,j rats. Troop in for a pajama party. TheCongratulations go out to the meeting at the home of Kathy The Wetmore s and Morey's I .... 45 a m I / Sunday School 9"45 a m I five young brownies stayed up Hood Canal Lions Club for their Bailey. then went on a trip to Ozette II Sunday racnoom .MorningWorsh p .." ll:00a.m.~: |m / Morn.ingworshipn. . " .. ...... ll:OOa.m, l" most of the night, winding up a service to the community. Thev Those present were Kathy Lake to fish for trout. I CY's&Cadets 6.00ore I JEvenmgServlce ....7:00p.m. | year's activities in the Browniehave erected school bus shelters, Bailey, Sharon Johnson, Kim Four Leaves 4-H club met atI ,-" " "-r .... "''" 7"00 "2"m" i /Prayer Hour (Wed) 7-30p m tvenlng::>e vice .... : ~. . - .... Troop led by Sharon Card and provided eye glasses for those in Wheeler, Nancy Eveleth, Betty the home of Mrs. Helen Bakke J Bible Study(Wed)..7:00p.m. JL EARLEVERS, Pastor] Joan Altenbach. need and are helping to supportWolf, Edith Bedell and Cheryl June 12 and all the members were the Lions Eye Bank at the Bedell. , present. [~ [ ] Kris Kenning, son of Mr. and University of Washington Hospital They decided" on visiting the They decided on the theme ' FIRST BAPTIST Mrs. Charles T. Kenning in Seattle. During the first year of elderly of Mason County on June for 4-H camp. HEALING - AS YOUNG celebrated his eighth birthday on All the 4-H members brought J HEALING - AESYOUNG J [ CHURCH / Flag Day. Many local children operation the Lions Eye Bank 26, July 6 and July 20. l ........... I I 5th and Cola J provided without charge 44 pairs In new business they decided cookies and they"judged cookies. I PEOPLE SEE IT I / / attended Kris s birthday party, of donor eyes for corneal that every Tuesday they would The next meeting is June 26J College age people tell how J | Downtown SheltOn l wishing him a Happy Birthday meetat, eitherMrs. Wolrs or Mrs. and allthemembersaretobringa j th~fective in helping J J June20, 1971 ' J and enjoying the games and transplantation. I and healing others. This J | | The purpose of Lions Bedell s to sew during the hand towel and wash cloth for a J s0ecial program has wide I J "THE GOD WHO J refreshments, membership is "Service to the summer, kit for camp. Charles Wold, District Zone Community". For Aug. 3 they planned a Stopping by and visiting Mr. J youth appeal. J J IS THERE' / cookout at Mrs. Wolfe. and Mrs. Ray Kratcha on various I Broa0cast this Sunday over: J 19 30 / Chairman will install the newly Kenneth and Richard Drake Aug. 10 they are going to Mrs. days last weekend were Mr. and " I / : a.m .......Sunday Schooll elected officers of the Hood Canal enjoyed the week-end, camping Mrs. Dick Darling of Rialto, Calif. J KXA 770 Kc 8:45 a.m. J ['11:00 a.m... Morning Worship[ Lions Club at their regular out with their Grandparents Mr.Bedell s cabin on the canal. meeting this evening. Thenewly andMrs. BenDrake. Withnoluck The next meeting is June 15 Mrs. John Cookson'and Jackie, I KGYI240Kc 10:lSa.m. I /7:30-plm ...........Eveningl Mrs. Kenneth Walter and Brett,J~ / Gospel Hour J elected slate of officers are: Alan fishing in the Hamma Hamma at Mrs. Wolf, reported Cheryl Charlie Travaglione and Mr. and I _ ==~==me= I / Wednesday BibleStudy l Biggs, president; George Carlson, River, they resorted to roasting Bedell. first vice-president; Bernard marshmallows over the campfire.Mr. and Mrs. Dick Darling of Mrs. John Kratcha Jr., of i the TRUTH I / 7:00pm / Altenbach, second vice-president;The boys returned home smokey, Rialto, Calif. left Saturday Silverdale. !l ~. m mm g ~ I lJ Speaker:Dir. ChrtstianPrfessrEd. - HUghTom Barwick$'~lldaury / j Reinhold Koenig, third but thrilled over the outing, morning after spending two weeksSunday Mr. and Mrs. John j that rU:AL ) I |, The Morning Worship is] visiting their daughter and family Mr.Cksn and Mrs.and Ray Jackie Kratcha.and John j GlenI I L~ unL" [ J broadcast live over KMAS Mr. and Mrs. Danny Jordan and Kratcha Jr., of Sitverdale visitedA Christian Science rat':series ;i'"iJV;'~O ,J Pioneer family and also visiting relatives . Z-'~"- -"--'--~" and friends. Mrs. Darling was Kratcha and Shelley stopped by formerly of Shelton. in the evening. Have Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Wetmore United Methodist Church recently were gone ten days, Mr. i ~ "'re M R Morey of Wa Wa THAT LIFE is worth living is G and King Streets ann ~vi . Point went with the Wetmores the ~OnSt n,eC;Se~ary nO~ REV-HORACEH.MOUNTS, Ministersummer Services: 10:00 a.m. By ANN WHEELER Tacoma, Russell from Californiaand they attended the Districtassumpt o s, ann Church School begins at 9:00 a.m. PIONEER - Fun time is in and her brother and sister-in-law meeting of the World War I assumed, the most impossible of U.M.Y. at 6..30p.m. -.-..- full force at Irene and Bill Hans and Laura Sauness from Veterans at Port Angeles. conclusions.,~ ~anta ann o, Jacksons home on Phillips Lore. Grapeview. Then the Wetmore's and ~,eorge ~y I Their daughter Linda Cornell and Gloria, Cherie and Nancy CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST LATTER Y SAI J tWO grandsons Mickey and RickiKunze from Spokane are spending~ ~ JJ from Poulsbo are visiting for a t h e s u m m e r wit h t h eir Connection & 12th Sts. Phone 426-2805 J Priesthood Meet n9 ...................... 9:15 a.m. few days, and Micki Stoner, a grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Jim Sunday School ...... . ....... lJ O0a.m. niece of Mrs. Jackson will spend Kolowinski of Phillips Lake. Sacrament Meetin9 ............ iiiiiiiiii ......... : 0 p.m. I part of the summer at the Jackson Mr. and Mrs. Peter Tanasse of ........... home. Virginia SHader of Spencer Picketing enjoyed a visit from ~y Lake was also a dinner guesttheir son Skip and his wife Dorre ~ __e~,~ mini_ Your ide. to NORTHSlDE BAPTIST CHURCH I Sunday at the Jacksons. and five children Ted, Susan, ~*$~ Phone 426-2488 Freda and Royce Keating of Jeffrey, Rebecca and Joel from 123 W. C.St.at Olympic Hwy.Rev. Paul Butterfield [ Renton and three of their Great Falls, Mont. Skip is Bible Study ........................ .'-',- ..... _9:45a.m. J children arrived at the home of J. employed by New York Life Ins ........ 11 uu a m s /.3u p m.u L. and Karla Meacham of SpencerCo. as assistant manager. While vvursmp ........................... 6"30 "m I Lake this past week in time to here they enjoyed-a family Auto GJass--"~l IFIr Covering ~ . Tuesday- Prayer Service & Bible S udyChristian Training ............. t ................. ............. 7:30p.m. J: P. / help them move a building, reunion, those present were Skips n I I --L noleum --Carpeting Little Jared Kimmel 3 mo's sisters Mrs. Esther Howard from Expert Installatio --Tile --Formica underwentld son of JOhna anddoubleSUe Kimmelhernia Yakima,family fromMrS" JanShelton,ThurmanMrs.and JIM PAULEY. ,NC. JJ First Church of Christ, Scientist I operation a week ago and is nowLorraine Smith and family fromJ Mt View ~ J REX FLOOR COVERING 302 Alder St.,Shelton,Wash. J at home and doing very well. Picketing, also Mrs. Smiths son Kneeland Center Ph. 426-8231 Mt. View Ph. 426-2292 Sunday School 11:00 a.m.- Church l l :00 a.m. I Mr. and Mrs. Otis Bartch were Bob and wife Debbie and two ~ ~ Wednesday eveningtestimony meetings 7:30 p.m. J visitors at the home-of their sons Kevin and David. Wednesday J Reading ) Odin located in church. Reading room hours J daughter and husband Mr. and evening all the families gathered Auto Repairing ~ Gunsmith ~ 1 l 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Mort. & Fri. ] I " ~,I~;.-.. r'~,,~,,t~ J J Repairing Modern and / Mrs. Wilford Jackson on Phillips at Bob and Debbie Smiths new I " .... J ............ I I Antiques / Lakelast Tuesday. home near Taylor Towne where J .-- Brakes & Ignition.I I Precision Scope&SightMounting / ~r tEbk~ ~evHarY Bea Gray of Spencer Lakethey were greeted by the Smith's ! =Wetd,ng& q:une-ups I/ .ot.ooc.o e ,te. t,oo.. I FIRST HR I N RCH all gauges attended the graduation exercises daughter Debbie and her fiance l ED'S S "V'C I / /I' ' . of her grandson Rick Wilson ofDennis Knipshield who were J ~ J WARREN A. GIRARD J I Bible School ....... 9:45a.m. Family Service ...... 7:00 o.m.I Mountlake Terrace last Tuesday. married June 12. [ 219 So. let 426-1212 J Route 2, Box 795 Phone 426-2SO1 J | Worghio ................. :- ........ ; . .. :7 ...... ll:OOa.m./ Bob and Marge Ennis of Graduation is such a joy to J Wednesday -- Bible Study and Prayer -- , :O0 p.m. l Seattle are spending part of the behold not only to the students Barber Insurance ~ 3 | Child Care Service Available at l 1:00 service J summer at their Phillips Lake but for the parents and I ",a.orst..,no ~ II Let osOoU,or~o / home. They hope to make this grandparents as well. Your Men' 'r " - TlredofShoDping? s Ha) Styhng uI ..~.~.. , .__ : . , , uto.omeBoatL,,e-.,,. / St. Dav)d s Church, their permanent home. correspondent had that pleasure~ ~nampoomg IIIq~ri I I Bus hess-Preferred Risk? l r " ) I * Regular Hair CUtnS ~ / I We locate the lowest cost. l / Mrs. Clifford Troy of Kelso, Thursday evening when she j Scissor Contouri g J J Insurance is our only business. / ' visited with Mr. and Mrs. Clive traveled to Port Angeles to see her I BERNIE'S HAIR STYLING J J ARNOLD & SMITH / Fourth & Cedar, Shelton,Washington CliffordTry of TroySheltn'wasWhilea guesthereofMrS'the grandson graduate from High I For Appointment Call 426-2072 I I / ) Picketing Homemakers at their school and to hear he is going on 1. 1618 Olympic Hwy. :a. ~] ............ / J 8:00 A.M.- Holy Commun on to college. I also had the pleasure / C~ meeting Thursday. of attending the air show fromBeauty Janitor ~ The Church l?al0w0ayAs'MpenF;?r~eydSit'atl;en and prayer. Your correspondent Ann the Fairchild International Air ..... " "-re * Carpet Cleaning L t Wheeler received a surprise Port in Port Angeles. -- Lom lete Malt t.a - .,- P .... :'ches * Building Clean)ng _ ,, , , Thursday evening when she was Ben Gray of Spencer Lake --wigs-Wlglets-3w)t and Maintenance i SHELTON ASSEMBLY OF GOD presented with an Electric motor spent last week in Salem Ore. Me:JeDNoTa~rCtoSnm;tics * S;:;tnt:ljat~t~i;; S;rvice 1521 Monroe St Mason Younglund, Pastor for her boat, agift from her three v i s i t i ng her sister and -- ' AUTY SALON Adolph napaez sons and families Robert from brother-in-law Mr. and Mrs. ELAINE S BE Route 3, Box 725, Shelton ................... 9:45 a.m. Port Angeles, Richard from Burrough. 6th & Laurel 426-4582 426-8936 or 426-6870 Sunday School ............11:00 a.m. - - Morning Worship ................. "THE FATHER WHO Fk',L'E'6'; .... _ - .n - __ i iillII ~_ ! Wmll lbll THE OF YOUR HOME FOR ONLY LABOR & MATERIAL For the average 3-bedroom home You.do the trim Free Eshmates & Adwce" DRY WALL * PAINTING -- EXTERIOR & INTERIOR LICENSED & BONDED * ALL WORK GUARANTEED PHONE mm _ Building New Homes ! Remodeling! OLYMPIC VIEW CONSTRUCTION CO. Paul Brown 426-4312 Wes Dosser 426-8427 Cable TV For Service Call I~la~ollry -- Fireplaces -- All Brick and -- Block Work MASON'S MASONRY Phone 426-227~_8 " Rental Service---------] I Almost Anything Anywhere/ J Bulldozers-Loaders-Pumps| I Folding Banquet Tables | I & Chairs, HosPital Beds, Etc. / I LEW RENTS / 12216 w. ,th, Olympia, 57-77 1] Christ's Ambassadors ..........................6:00 p.m. Evangelistic Service ............................ 7:00 p.m. Wednesday-Bible Study and Prayer ................ 7:00 p.m. REVlVALTIME, KGDN, Sunday ................. 3:00 p.m. 2O6 MT. OLIVE LUTHERAN CHURCH MISSOURI SYNOD E. Wyandotte ROLAND HUBER, Pastor SUNDAY, JUNE 20, 1971 Divine Services 8:15 a.m. and 10:30 a.m. Sunday School and Bible Class at 9:15 arpet Cleaning -- Carpets, rugs, walls -- Floors, Furniture -- Housewide Cleaning AL FURNISH ServiceMaster of Mason Co. Phone 426-1121 Sign Painting * All Types * Truck Lettering * Cartoon Illustrated Signs * Personalized Business Card & Letterhead Designs Phil Sharpe 323 S. Front St. Phone 426-2661 Chain Saws Travel of SHELTON CHURCH the NAZARENE Located in Memorial Hall, 2nd and Franklin Lowell Keene, Pastor Phone 426-1298 Sunday School .................: ......... 9:45 a.m. Mornin~ Worship ........................ | 1:00 a.m. Junior Fellowship .................... 6"00 D.rn. Evening ~ervace .......................... 7:00 p.m. Prayer Meeting, Wednesday ................. 7:30 p.m. -- Air - Rail - Steamship New and Used-Rentals Oregon Chains & Accessories -- Bus - Hotels - Tours Small motor tune.up & repairsNO Extra Charge for Our Service Fishermen's Club ', Hours: 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. dailyAngle Travel Res. Center Mike's McCulloch Shop 401 Railroad Ave. P.U.D. AUDITORIUM -- 3rd & Cota 2215 OlymDtc HWy. N. 426-4639 426-8272 426-4134 j From 9:15 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. every Sunday I Concrete -- [Truck & Equip. Repair------ SUNDAY, JUNE i0, 1971 I i Bible Study: LELAND WILKINSON, I-- I Trucks * Cats / Minister J -" ConcreteReady'miXculvertsCncrete& Blocks I Logging Equipment / Speaker: TO BE ANNOUNCED J --SF?nd, Gravel Brick & StoneI Engines-" Transmissions I o I Differentials & Welding/ .... J -- Ireplace Screens & Tools j SUMMIT TRUCK J | GRAYSTONE of SHELTON J & EQUIPMENT REPAIR I "" L~.~Park 426-3344 ith Lutheran Chur ch 3rugs - --- Helena Rubinstein -- Cosmetics -- Prescriptions -- Hypo-Allergic Cosmetics 5th NELL'S PHARMACY & Franklin Ph. 426-3327 THIS SPACE CAN BE HAD IIow About You? 7th and Franklin WORSHIP 8:15 a.m. and 10:00 a.m. CHURCH SCHOOL: 9:15 a.m. Christian Worship, Fellowship, Edu,ttion, Service Kenneth Robinson, Pastor Phone 42641611 Thursday, June 17, 1971 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Page 15