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June 24, 1971     Shelton Mason County Journal
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:k • er IVersqry Here DRAKE &F HOODSPORT - Summer John Brush and Ervin Mahler of officially began at 6:20 p.m. people Bellevue were guests of the Monday, but for Hoodsport mar of Dudics. smaier residents it was blue skys and Helin's Mr. and Mrs. Lud Ros warm temperatures early Monday at the and Mr. Conda Dick attended themorning. Residents worked in Sunday State Grange Convention at their yards, strolled to the book Longview last week. _ mobile and just plain relaxed in Club met at Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Portman of the sun, enjoying one of last Week Tacoma, Mrs. Marie McKay of Hoodsports' six longest days of Mrs. Robert Shelton and Carl Portman were the year. ;s and Mrs Monday dinner guests of Mr. and No doubt many Hoodsport d and Mrs( Mrs. Elvin Hearing. families will be missing the spring birthdays _ Mr. and Mrs. William Barnes rains before long. The proposed LOuis Asche Sr. spent Friday and Saturday in rate increase as applied for by the cake. At the Portland with relatives. Their aunt Pacific Water Company, Inc. was lies are going Mrs. Louise Greene returned with permitted by The Washington host dinner them for an extended visit. Utilities and Transportation • c. s Michle Goodburn of Shelton Commission. Water bills were Pper and pent the weekend with her aunt received by many this past week returned and uncle Mr. and Mrs. R. E. and reflected the monthly a month Bradberry. increase. The residence basic monthly United ' states, and miles and and a few days Mr. and Home, in Des Tupper's ph Spoo. with r~ends in Mr. there to . and visited It and uncle, and son Raymond chums. Cash qley Pearsall Case of Mr. le party rs. Felix :roll and spent e Dudics Fortman three family Mr. and Mrs. Gene Brehmeyer and sons and Mr. and Mrs. Mike Brehmeyer and son of Grisdale were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Brehmeyer Sr. In the afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Vern Remsberg were visitors at the Brehmeyer home. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Rossmaier and sons of Olympia were Sunday supper guests of their folks the Lud Rossmaiers and later in the evening, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Chamberlin and children of Port Orchard were visitors. Mrs. Earl Walker spent from Wednesday to Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Pat Walker in Seattle• Mrs. Eli Bradshaw returned to her home in Tacoma after spending several weeks here with the Walkers. Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Johnson of Mercer Island visited the William Barnes Jr's. at their farm here. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Courtier of Bainbridge Island spent Sunday evening at the William Barnes Sr. home. Mr. Earl Cash and daughters Holly and Sylvia of Everett were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Max Cash. Holly and Sylvia and Tim and Linda Chamblin, the latter of Alderwood Manor, will be guests of their grandparents for a couple weeks. Tracy Kelly of Seattle is spending a couple weeks with his and Mrs. grandmother Mrs. Alta Kelly. Cross Yout Are honored fee now stands at $5.50 for water consumption up to 600 cubic feet. However, some families reported their water bills were more than $11 and they hadn't decided yet if they were very dirty or extra clean. Post Masters Faith Evans of Lilliwaup, Wanda Nilson of Union and Betty Goodpaster of Hoodsport attended the Washington State Postal Convention held last week in Spokane. Each were briefed on plans for the new Postal Service System to be inaugurated July 1st. The postmasters will be serving coffee and cookies in honor of the start of the new postal service system. Jan Goodpaster accompanied her mother to Walla Walla for a visit with Bill Goodpaster Jr. They stopped off in Lewiston, Idaho and Pullman before continuing on to Spokane for the State Postal Convention. Tim Avey had a bout with the measles this past week despite the fact that it took a Coast League Ball Game and a pile of wood to stack before the spots would appear. The Minor League Baseball Team sponsored by Endicott Realty won the Mason County championship with their final game Saturday held at Callanan Park. The 22 eight and nine year old boys played 15 games, losing only one. The team presented their manager, Dick Laney, with a jacket, bat and autographed ball. Convalescent Center. Kathy Marshall, a Madigan General at the Hospital volunteer, was awarded a lty Red three-year tab and Carol Une 14. Bottemiller who serves at Capitol tnd pins . Arms, a one-year tab. of their Mrs. Clifford Cordes, Patty Chairman of Volunteers, and presented the awards. Assisting serve at Mrs. Cordes as hostesses were Mrs. tal; Garven Nesbitt, Chairman of Nursing Programs for the chapter, escent Mrs. Archie Watson, Chairman of and Lisa the Capitol Arms Unit and Mrs. as a James Lear, Chairman of the Arms Panorama City Unit. Trouble finding a multi pu ose 0il? Your Standard Man, ~..• C• COLE & SONS, INC. Can Solve Your Problem. He's In Shelton - 426-4411 Standard 0il Company of California GET READY FOR A SAFE WITH TIRES FROM Most Sizes In Stock For Immediate Delivery Delivery Charge I ncl ud es Local Mounting ON EACH TIRE oR SAVE ON Rugged • • . Built with two brawny fiberglass belts under the tread - and dual stripe white-walls for sporty look. • t 2+2 Dynaglass Til If You drive up to the Speed limit frequently and Want up to twice the mileage of unbelted tires _ THIS IS FOR Vou C78-13 TUBELESS BLACKwALL GUARANTEED USE YOUR TO WEAR SEARS 36 MONTHS CREDIT PLAN Wideguard 2+2 Dynaglass Tire Sahsfaction Guaranteed or your money back. Catalog Sales Office $ear, hasa cred,t plan to suit your needs. Evergreen Square * 24-Hr. Phone 426-8201 * $helton Increase is prove Local mpan' The boys were treated to followed with a full course Anyone in the area interested in Now not to be outdone with and Mrs. Claud Dugger of hamburgers, french fries, and milk dinner. Then, not letting friends joining the Elks should contact all the excitement, Mrs. Kitty Cat Skokomish Valley. Richard's shakes. They will receive trophies down, Chaz delighted all with an John Darn at Potlatch. had to prove she could do one cousin David Dugger was also at the close of the season, original song she had arranged for The Vance Inmans made a better and as last report will have visiting and the two boys had a The Bucky Beaver Poker Run this special occasion• fast trip to Toledo, Ore. to be it, she had one black and white great time hiking up Vance Creek was off with a varoom Sunday as Laurel will be leaving soon for with his father while he was in the kitten to add to the jam session, and making gifts from shells. one-hundred motor cyclists set out Sidney, Australia, where she will hospital recovering from a broken Lake Cushman will be the Seventy-six children attended on the 24 mile course, be nursing at Saint George's collarbone, scene of the American Power the Hood Canal Community Spectators and participants Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Irving Stannert Boat Association's Outboard Church Bible School this past gathered early at the intersection Husbands, Fathers and of Seattle were vacationing for motor boats race this Sunday. week. Twenty-two staff members of Cushman road and the B.P.A. Grandpas rated extra privileges three weeks at their summer The race course will be thirty worked together'carrying out the Power lines, despite the Sunday as their families observed home in Potlatch. Before miles long and located in a theme "Lost and Found". disappearance of one large banner Fathers Day. The Hood Canal returning home Monday, they triangle in front of the Lake marking the start of the run. Federated Woman s Club celebrated their Third Wedding Cushman Lodge. There will be T~ub~~I~|U||AII~I~ Motor bikes of all types were members served more than 170 Anniversary with dinner and two types of boats racing. The i ncl uded and ages of the breakfasts at their annual Father's dancing, water ski type boats with up to ~lp participants ranged from eight Day Breakfast. Young people who Last Tuesday" evening, the fifty horsepower and the racing years to 67. The route was well pitched in and assisted the club Hood sport Volunteer Fire tunnel boats with up to angm lab=? marked with red and white signs women were Vicky Pavel, Brian Department responded to a two-hundred horsepower. There which led the participants over Tween and Kenneth and Richard request made by Ran Law, will be a total of seven races Dow Mountain via trails and roads Drake. manager of the Rest While Park,with speeds between fifty and Your Standard Man, that supported many mud Tarcile and Leonard Johnson Inc. to dispose of the old grocery one-hundred miles per hour. C.C. COLE & SONS, INC. puddles. However the water and traveled to Eugene and Cottage store on the premises. Old The motor boat race is Can Solve Your Problem. hills did not keep anyone from Grove, Ore. to visit with Tar'sgasoline tanks were removed from co-sponsored by Lake Cushman He's In Shelton-426-441! reaching each of the five posts along the route, where they stopped to draw a card from the box. Even eight year old Kenny Dinsmore of Seattle finished on his minibike that was camouflaged with mud. Eleven trophies were awarded with first place trophies being presented in each of the three divisions. The event was sponsored by Lake Cushman Sales Office and they hope to sponsor a similar event next summer. Mr. and Mrs. Andy Scott packed up their camper and enjoyed six warm,dry days in Eastern Washington. Joyce and Andy camped on the shore of Rim Rock Lake at Tieton. They wet fishing lines and drowned worms, but found fishing not too productive so traveled on to Yakima Valley for an enjoyable visit with relatives. Twenty-two guests were in attendance at a farewell dinner party for Laurel Weston Saturday evening. Jim and Chaz Reeder hosted the party to wish Laurel a Ban Voyage. Guests enjoyed wine tasting, cheese fondue and Hors d'oeuvres parents, Mr. and Mrs. Art Ellsworth and her brother Terry and his family. It seems the Johnsons have a thing with flat tires on the Oregon Highway so this time they took their new car But, sure enough, they were blessed with another flat tire before they could return to Washington State. Mrs. Michael Johnson of Baron, Alberta, Canada came to Hoodsport for a visit with her niece, Frances Flint. Mrs. Johnson's daughter Christel is staying with Toby Flint while Mrs. Johnson travels on to Colorado to visit other relatives. Sunday night friends gathered at the Sasser residence in Potlatch to attend a surprise birthday party for Ida. Chubby provided music Sasser style winding up an enjoyable evening. Many local residents attended the Elks monthly dinner dance this last week-end. John and Corky Darn assisted by student teachers Diane and Don Crawford put on trial lessons in Samba with about twenty couples participating• The Elks received their BPOE No. 2467, but need around 75 more charter members. the area and the Cushman tank truck was borrowed so the fire department would have an adequate supply of water to contain the fire. The buildings burned quickly but the volunteer firemen kept the fire contained and away from the power lines. The George Carlson residence at Potlatch has been the scene of much excitement with varied activities this past week. Mr. and Mrs. Irvie Wingert of Harstine Island spent Saturday evening with the Carlson's. Also dropping by were Ruth Koenig of Eugene and Tina and Rhinehard of Estacada with their grandfather Reini Koenig. 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