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June 17, 1971

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ua YATEs The Dale to meet going last got lay evening eate two seniors. the lencement A ad) n, Rolland the 234 of Hinchcliff the family a. He got a Navy k .a, Calif. to brother's Friday Robert Look in a street and a for her I Ions eps been on the go recently. Among those off on about a ten day jaunt were Wilbur and Doris Jacobson. Two weeks ago this Wednesday they set out for th6ir old hometown of Eugene, Ore. The purpose of the trip was to attend their granddaughter, Pam's graduation from Junior High. That took place Friday evening and was followed by a dance for the honored students. The Jacobson's other daughter, Eileen, joined them although her husband, Jeff, was tied up and unable to be present. And, of course, Pam's folks, Doug and Donna Marx and her brother, Steve were present. And when Doris and Wilbur returned home last Saturday their grandson, Steve, accompanied them to spend a few weeks of his summer vacation here on the Island. And for Steve the timing couldn't be better since his grandfather, Wilbur just had the cast removed from his arm this past Monday and will still be home for awhile to gain some strength in the arm that was broken several weeks ago. So it will give the two fellas 3ur-tiered more time to do things together. With pink Also gone for about a week lilies. For was Helen Lammers. She was ~rs. Dave accompanied by Thora Seward's dress sister, Toge and sister-in-law ; Mother, Sylvia Donn both of Tacoma. a pink They drove down to Reno and Lbout 30 Lake Tahoe. Then enroute home and they came back by way of ed northern Calif. and Clear Lake to visit Toge and Thora's sister, their Edith and her husband, Manuel w at home Loshertos and were given red carpet service at the spiffY the brides' Konocti Harbor Inn where he is t man was the maitre d'. From there they went to the couple's home at Hinchcliff Healdsburg on the Russian River until amil U in the northern part of the state and spent a couple of days there before heading north and home. Going through Oregon they stopped to visit friends, also. Last week John and Beulah Hitchcock spent several days with their daughter, Pauline Carnes helping make the arrangements for a very serious back surgery for their grandaughter, Melanie. That operation took place Friday at the Swedish Hospital where she'll remain for two weeks. Before she returns home she'll be put in a body cast which will have to stay on for three months. Boy, oh boy, what a vacation gal. But best wishes, Melanie, for the best summer possible under the circumstances from all your Island friends. Just prior to all of this the Hitchcocks accompanied by their grandson, Mary Carnes enjoyed a wonderful trip around the Loop together. They are back home now and another granddaughter, Sheryl Hitchcock and a friend are spending a few days with John and Beulah. The Chuck Bridges helped their club put on a horse show this past Sunday in Elma. The weather sure didn't offer much cooperation, but even in spite of that the day was quite successful. Then on Monday evening the Bridges family was invited to dinner in Olympia with Mirja's niece and her husband, who are newlyweds of just over one week. The Community Club held its regular June meeting with just a handful of the members present. Main topic of discussion was the Labor Day dance. It was decided this year to forego the 4th of July dance. sy Following the meeting Bob and Dorothy Hartley stopped enroute back to their home in Shelton to visit some friends staying at their cabin here on the Island. Their son, Craig's in-laws, the W. W. Tietsorts from San Jose, Calif. along with her sister, the Bryan Edwards of Kansas City, Mo. who had stopped in Houston, Texas to visit Craig and his family. From here the two couples planned to go on up to Victoria. On Sunday the Hartleys came back to the Island and they all took a tour of Hartstene Pointe. Last Sunday evening Alice Budd's son, Curtis Achziger drove up from Vancouver, Wn. to spend a few days with the Budds. Last Thursday an old school chum of John Goetsches along with his wife and their two girls dropped in at the Martin Goetsch home for a few hours of visiting. Ed Ludlow and his family had driven down from their home in Sitka, Alaska to visit her parents in Seattle. So they drove down to the Island to visit for a few hours. Lila Peugh's cousin, Amy Ainsworth, who had been spending some time in Hoquiam visiting her son, Jack and his family had him bring her up to the Island last week to spend a few days visiting Dale and Lila. The A1 Pridhams said their final adieus last week and made their departure the end of the week. The moving van came to pick up the personal items they planned to take to their new home in Arizona. Leaving the Island they spent the first night with Olympia friends before heading for their destination and a new home in the sunny south. and from amily's Sue, to be due to his five of took 3n was square Buster, Roger and square Salty an Yates of the annual the Pared to recently ts Worse. fell at the ds at from. first 1 Spent a and Lake to the o hear [e By DORA HEARING MATLOCK - The closing program of the Daily Vacation Bible School at the Matlock Community Church will be this Sunday evening at 7 p.m. Sunday afternoon from 2 to 5 p.m. will be open house at the Matlock Grange Hall to honor Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Helin's Silver Wedding Anniversary. No gifts are requested. Friday evening at 6:30 p.m. is Pot Luck supper at Matlock ool rogra Grange with the meeting afterwards. Harvey Singleton of Seattle, nephew of Mr. and Mrs. I. C. Ford graduated from the University of Washington last week and got his Master of Business Administration degree. Mr. and Mrs. William Barnes Sr. were guests Friday of Mr. and Mrs. Gh[istian Johnson at their new home at Smuggler's Cove on Whidbey Island. Saturday the Barnes attended their son, William On Communications A fifteen-hour seminar, to improves communications in the help parents close the family and on the job." COmmunications gap with their The local chapter of Creative children, will be offered from Life Foundation operates an 7-10 p.m. June 21-25, at the First initial contact service for families Christian Church, 7th and and dopers seeking help. It Franklin, Olympia. conducts TEE-DRU-NAR, a The thirteen-year-old teen-age drug and rehabilitation, Youngster today is vulnerable to self-help program for young dangers of the drug culture, people who want an alternative to according to Bob Boos, their illegal drug and narcotic m Barnes Jr. graduation at the University of Washington where he received his degree in Civil Engineering. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Wortey of Hemingford, Neb. were guests Tuesday and Wednesday of her sister and brother-in-law the William Barnes Sr. Weekend guests of their folks the'!-Archie Kelleys Were Mr. and Mrs. David Smith and family Of Humptulips. Sunday Mrs. Paul Rossmaier and sons of Olympia were visitors at the Kelley home. The pinochle club met at the Grange Hall Saturday night with Mr. and Mrs. Edward Valley host and hostess. High score went to Max Cash and Violet Brazeau, pinochle to Carl Portman and Mildred Bozarth and low score to Darl Goldy and Lottie Ford. Next meeting is June 26 with Mr. and Mrs. Felix Brazeau host and hostess. Max Cash and William Barnes Sr. held 1500 trumph Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Ruffin of Cheshire, Ore. and Mrs. Roy Pittman of DeWitt, Ark. spent coordinator of the seminar. If abuse pattern. And, for the Friday with Mr. and Mrs. R. E. another good communications do not doper's parents and relatives, Bradberry. They all spent theday ily Was exist between parent and child, there is a self-help program, on Hood Canal. They are Mr. the child will get "the facts about designed to support the doper's Bradberry's cousins. drugs" from other kids. Rock Sponsored by the Thurston a County Chapter, Creative Life on all Foundation, Inc., the seminar another Instructor will demonstrate and Pital an d i s c u s s m e t h o d s o f .progress in TEE-DRU-NAR. Tuition cost for the seminar is $20.00 per person, or $30.00 for husband and wife - who need not attend the same seminar. Additional information is Mr. and Mrs. Duane Lovette and children of Skokomish were Sunday evening visitors at the Elvin Hearing home. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Singleton of Livermore, Calif, chest COmmunication that parents can available from the church office, Harvey Singleton of Seattle are use with their children, to convey 943-8025, or from Bob Boos, house guests this week of Mr. and all facets of the drug abuse 943-3275. Mrs. I. C. Ford. see problem. ;- Best Boos said that graduates also Speedy noted a bonus to the seminar, "It Island families have FROM I LOYALTY Loyalty -- it costs little or nothing, yet it is priceless when attained. Whether for a cause, for a person, for a business, or .~or a product -- loyalty m us~ oe earned through quality, Performance, reliability! 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Miss Saito came here from Sheridan, Wyo., where she has been for two years director of the Sheridan College dental hygiene program. The new Hood Canal resident learned to love the Olympic Peninsula region when she spent two and a-half years here in dental health education work. Mason County people will remember that when Fume Saito arrived in the fall of 1949, the district health department and school administrators, concerned about the poor dental health of school children, were trying to Is Skokomish By MARY VALLEY SKOKOMISH - The Skokomish Community Church is planning a special program of activities this summer for children of kindergarden age through seventh grade, l-t will be held each Wednesday from 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. beginning June 23. Among activities planned are Bible stories, singing, hikes, refreshments and other activities for each group. The program is planned to take the place of Daily Vacation" Bible school ' .... Mrs. Doris Neff, Mrs. Joanne York and Mrs. Ruby Smart were hostesses at a bridal shower in honor of Miss Cleora West Wednesday evening. Skokomish Grange held a reception at their regular meeting last Friday evening to honor 25 year members who were also presented with certificates and 25 year pins. Coming from a distance for the occasion was a former valley resident, William Asllee who now makes his home at Sequim. Mr. and Mrs. Eric Sjoholm enjoyed an eight day boat trip from Victoria B.C. to Skagway, Alaska, on the West Tour ship Orpheus. They report a really good time and excellent weather. Mr. and Mrs. Les Crossan spent the weekend in Gariboldi, Ore. where they did some crab fishing with Mr. and Mrs. Les Barnes. Mrs. Phyllis Brown entertained the Grange Ladies Club and their husbands with a pot luck dinner Saturday evening O O @O&FL WORTH OVER $35.00 WHEN YOU BUY A NEW MOTOR SHOP 1306 Olympic Hwy. S. 426-4602 Norman Eveleth, who is with Simpson Timber Company. The mixed choir, with choir director James Lane, entertained by singing three outstanding numbers. Lane presented special recognition awards to piano players the group could not have fimctioned without. They were Rhonda Endicott, Becky Bates, Nanci Dean and Sheryl Sund. Lane will not be in the district next year as he plans to continue working on his Masters Degree in music. en initiate a program to combat the problem. Dr. Bernard Bucove, also a new arrival, arranged for Miss Saito to work in the county schools under the direction of the Thurston-Mason health department. The program, a special project of Mason County Health and Welfare Council and the Hood Canal Federated Woman's Club, was carried on for two and a half years. For Miss Saito, it was the beginning of her successful career in the field of dental health and years of study, teaching and directive work. Assisting in private offices helped finance her own education. After leaving here Miss Saito spent some time in Seattle, receiving her B.S. degree from the nn,ng at her canal home. George Barkley has been quite ill with the flu this last week but is reported to be on the mend. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Bearden enjoyed a ride on the new super ferry from Bremerton to Seattle, where they spent the day with Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Rutherford. Mr. and Mrs. ttarold Hunter enjoyed having four of their grand-children visit them over the weekend. The three Taylor children from Oyster Bay and Stanley Hunter who is home from college at Santa Barbara, Calif. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Valley accompanied Mr, and Mrs. Alvin Hulbert of Shelton to Tumwater Sunday afternoon where they visited Mr. and Mrs. George Lozier and later attended the evening service of First Baptist Church of Tumwater. Trophy awards, which were purchased with funds given by the Hood Canal P.T.A. included Salutatorian, Anthony Molinero with a Junior High grade point of 3.85 and Valedictorian Sheryl Sund with a grade point of 3.97. Anthony Molinero was presented the "Athlete of the year award" by Coach William Bryant. Two, $200 Robert Berge Memorial Scholarship were presented by Mrs. Jo Ann Grubb to Kathy Nold and Sandra Baskin. Mark Grubb was chosen University of Washington, where she taught part time in the dental hygiene department. Later in Berkeley, she enrolled in the graduate interneship program in teacher education and worked in the Berkeley school system as a dental hygienist. In 1960 Miss Saito received her general secondary teaching credentials and had courses at San Francisco State College working toward her later master's degree in art and education administration. From 1962-65 Miss Saito was at Diablo Valley College, where she set up California's first junior college dental hygiene program. From there she went to Pocatello, Ida., and for four years she served as director of the Idaho State University Department of Dental Hygiene, prior to her two years at Sheridan college. While enjoying living in her home on Hood (;anal, the new. member of the community anticipates continuing her ardent interest in dental health and to do some work in the private practice of dental hygiene. She is already being greeted by old friends here and is looking forward to her first house guests this week, a member of the Sheridan College faculty with his family. Mrs. Katherine Bamberger, who spent several days in Mason General hospital, has been moved to Fir Lane Terrace Convalescent Center. Jack and Frances Catto were hosts Sunday with a dinner to welcome their friend, Miss Fumi Saito, who is a new resident of Holiday Be~ch. Other guests were Pat and Grace McGrady and the John Robinsons. The Cattos are to have a visit this week from Jack's grandson, George L. Catto, who has been doing some radio advertising promotion work in the state of Oregon. as alternate. The American Legion Fred B. Wivell Post No. 31 with Mrs. Ruth Moore presented the Citizenship award to Anthony Molinero and to Evan Tozier for runner up. The American Legion Auxiliary, with Mrs. Merle Smith present their Citizenship award to Sheryl Sund. Sherrie Denison was given a special award by Miss Susan Colasuonno for outstanding work in the Home Economics Department. Engraved scissors were given. Evan Tozier, ninth grade class president, opened the program with the Pledge of Allegiance, and later presented the school with a ninth grade class of 1971 gift of a Washington State Flag on a stand. The money for the purchase of the flag was earned at a 9th grade car wash held recently at Harry Cole's Texaco Service Station in Hoodsport. Rev. Wesley H. Gain was in attendance for the invocation. Supt. John Pill indicated that William Bryant was in charge of the evenings program also he extended many thanks to others for setting up the gym, flower decorations, etc. Certificates were given to Linda Jones, Joseph Pavel, Richard Deno and Anthony Molinero for rating over the 90th percentile in the National Education Development Test. Those graduating were Scott A. Baker, Brad Bearden, David W. Bolender, James Burnett, Kenneth David Connally, Richard E. Deno Jr., Brad Howard Deyette, Jerry Hien Everett, Robert Rea Everist, Randal Lynn Freeman, Craig Lynn Grub~, lssac Patrick Johns, Mark Knox, Michael Lee Lindgren, Fred Mason Miller, Anthony Aaron Molinero, Joseph Pavel, Chip Simmons, Evan Tozier, George Vrahnos, Nicholas Glenn Wilbur Jr. and Tom John Womer. Cherie Allen, Norma Jean Andrews, Linda M. Bailey, Yovonda Kay Ball, Karen Jenifer Barnes, Nina Collins, Sherrie Lea Denison, Kirsti Lee Dillon, Sheryl Anne James, Linda Elaine Jones, Diana Kay Laney, Denise Ann Nelson, Patricia Ann Nordeng, Wanda Plant, Jan Marie Short, Susan Faye Shugart, Connie Elizabeth Stevens, Sheryl Ann Sund, Marcia Lynn Tobey and Pam Veliz. FATHER'S DAY BREAKFAST Sunday, June 20 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Hood Canal Women's Clubhouse Potlatch, Wa. of this week' $20 prize in th Shelton merchant' zaar of Values sale event is 1928 Hay, Shelton A winner will elected k zi i! / :i'i !ii~i ilii: Thursday, June 17, 1971 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Page 19