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ly Home Fo DRAKE en pretty handy with the butcher race to win her the Quinella. Misty and knife which hasn't faired too well. The Gleasons also visited with and familyHowever she has turned out some Carl's daughter and children in for attractive cedar hanging baskets San Francisco and spent five days modern and a rose trellis, in Hollywood visiting friends and )art Mr. and Mrs. George Carlson taking in the sights. They drove and there and Tarcile Johnson and children up to Griffith Observatory at and running were among local residents who Mount Palomar and toured the I the warmth traveled to the ocean last week to museum. ltic harvest the bounty of the sea at The flowers, birds and cool and clothes Oyehut and Ocean Shores. Hitting refreshments at the Anhouser the minus tides early in theBush Gardens also attracted them to get morning, the Carlson's set out and and they departed there with headed found plenty of large razor clams many pleasant memories. Their Camp to dig. However, Tarcile Johnson travels continued on to Reno, up claims that Thursday's wind and Nev., where they found the games Washes rain interfered with her sand quite hot, but not as hot as the a Plunger digging and she only ended up 106 degree temperature in Las with three well beaten clams. Vegas. It was then they decided fresh air, Carl Gleason is back on the to return to Hood Canal, and sure gentle or job at the P.U.D. after a two week enough the closer they got to chores vacation with his wife, Dorothy. home, the cloudier and wetter the m giant Carl and Dorothy's travels took country became. it has them as far south as Caliente, Scout Master John Darn has if 'ou Mexico for the horse races. Carl been seen beaming with pride and )ut that was really proud of himself for we hear he has something to scoring in the Daily Double in really be proud of. The so which he picked the first place Hoodsport Boy Scout Troop 11 l SOme more winners of two races. Now was presented with the "National getting toDorothy didn't do too bad for Camping Award" for effective herself either. She picked the first year round camping. Keeping become and second place horses on oneright in step with the program for e Club Hold Goodburn are spending this week afternoon in Shelton with Mrs. atlock with the Bradberrys. They allClarence Barker. attended a picnic at the R.B.Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Worley and Lowe home on Bay Shore Sundayand daughter Lynnette of and to celebrate Mrs. Tom Rowe's and Minneapolis were Sunday and went to Sonny Lowe's birthdays. Monday guests of their aunt and ldred Mr. and Mrs. Robert uncle Mr. and Mrs. William Barnes Trenckmann and Mrs. Lud Sr. and low Rossmaier attended Pomona Mrs. James Leggette and Hazel Grange at the Fair Grounds children Susan, Steve and Tim of Will be Sunday with Southside Grange as Aberdeen were visitors Saturday hostess, afternoon at the Archie Kelley r. and Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Scales and home. Mrs. Molly Corker and children of Mrs. Archie Kelley spent their Auburn were weekend guests ofMonday afternoon at the Kenneth and the Wells Mayer family. Mrs. Howard home. Corker and family will spend this Earl Cash of Everett came aday to week with the Mayers. Sunday to visit his folks the Max and Mr. and Mrs. I. C. Ford Cash's and to help his daughter, accompanied bY Mr. and Mrs. Sylvia, celebrate her birthday. ,ther Chester Singleton and son, Matlock Grange will meet this Harvey, spent the past week on Friday evening at 8 p.m. of the west coast of Vancouver Island Mrs. Lee Dawson of Lake past in their trailer house. Nahwatzel left June 2 for tovisit Mr. and Mrs. William Barnes Nokomis, Fla., to visit her and to St. and their aunt Mrs. Louise new Green of Portland attended a 9 lbs. family reunion at Sun Lakes Park last week. They visited Grand Coulee Dam and Dry Falls Museum. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Brehmeyer Sr.spent Thursday Shelton Friday R, E. COnnie Requ d Of ngineers received ~Ork in affecting the public interest include, but are not limited to, navigation, fish and wildlife, water quality, economics, conservation, aesthetics, recreation, water supply, flood The damage prevention, ecosystems, des and and, in general, the needs a 'ther welfare of the people. Comments on these factBrs as are will be accepted and made part of the record and will be considered in determining whether it would POsed be in the best public interest to grant a permit. Replies to this be notice should be mailed to reach the Seattle Corps office not later )rk on than July 26 to insure actors consideration. daughter, Mrs. LeRoy (Mary Ellen) Smith and family. She returned home June I 1. While there, she attended baccalaureate and commencement exercises at Venice High School where her grandson, Jimmy Smith, was one of the graduates. Her granddaughter, Linda Lee Smith was one of the 29 students from Venice Junior High to be inducted into the Calusa Chapter of the National Junior Honor Society at a special candle-lighting ceremony. Linda completed the first grade and Jimmy the fourth grade at Mary M. Knight School here. LeRoy Smith recently retired after 20 years in the Army and is now an instructor in the Sarasota High School ROTC program. CORRECT FORMAL WEAR Complete Tuxedo Rental :>ervice Men's Women's 40-9 Railroad The name synonymous with gracious living now brings you this HIDE BED COMPARE AT $350.00 B & R PRICE CLOSED SATURDAY AND MONDAY OPen: 10-6 Man. - Fri.; 10-5 Sat.; FREE DELIVERY Hwy. N. -$1ielton 426- 3264 ells OU which they received this award, the Boy Scout Troop has already taken two hikes this month. Their first hike took them up the South Fork of the Skokomish River to the Camp Comfort area. This last week-end the boy scouts braved all elements of the weather and hiked two miles up the Dosewallips River where they set up camp and gathered firewood for the cold, wet night. Accompanying the Boy Scouts were their Scout Master John Darn and Troop Committeemen, Bob Aitken, Ken Connally and Erik Tokar. Two of the Boy Scouts, Brad Aitken and Ken (Buckshot) Connally are close to becoming First Class Scouts after only one year in the Boy Scout program. Arriving here from Artesia, Calif. this past week were Mr. and Mrs. George Nelson and four children who came for a visit with their former neighbors, the Leonard Johnson's and Robert Velkov families. Many friends have been gathering at the Leonard Johnson residence to partake of the Mexican dinners that Mary Lou Nelson has been turning out. Mary Lou and her husband George came well prepared with ten dozen tortillas. The dinner menu has featured Mexican Enchiladas, refried beans, Spanish rice, chilaguiles, and guacamole dip. Tucked in amongst all the spices were pan fried Olympic oysters, which the California g in ull I visitors found to be quite a treat, the kitchen, and Jean Brown, Seven girls and two boys from Chief cook was quite surprised the Rogers School and Shelton when she opened up the kitchen Special Education classes one morning to find all the attended a five day camp at cupcakes haddissappeared. Panhandle Lake this past week. Jo Smokey the Bear also strolled Hein of Potlatch was among the into camp accompanied by the many volunteers who pitched in Forest Festival Queen and county to help make this a very enjoyable extension agent Linda DeMiero. and rewarding experience for They entertained the young these young people. Director people with fire prevention stories Bernard Dorcy saw to it that and songs. there were many activities to keep Perhaps the highlight of the the young people involved camp was the fishing with worms regardless of what the weather the children kept well preserved would be. in the refrigerator. There catches The girls delighted in making were something they could really oatmeal cookies even if they brag about, three bullheads, one didn't turn out to be their salimander and one crawdad. favorite peanut butter flavor. But Then there was the fruit bat then camp coordinator, Jean which one boy caught and Elliott was right at hand to make mounted for a souvenir and the sure there was an ample supply of chipmunk that ran through the weiners and marshmallows for the girls bedroom until it had vacated evening bonfires, so no one would all beds and caused quite a go to bed hungry, turmoil. All in all, the children Of course camp would not be returned home with many happy camp without a midnight raid on memories of their adventures out NOTICE The Office Of Stanley B. Covert, M.D. will be closed Monday, July 5 thru Sunday, July 18 p mp of doors, tables and chairs are still needed Linda Hovey and Linda and if anyone in the area would Gustafson of Hoodsport are like to donate any items, they among many teenagers who have would be glad to pick them up. been volunteering their time and If it's excitement along with labor to see the youth center an elaborate fire works display "The Inn Quest" become a that you've got an itchin' for, reality. The girls would like to then Lake Cushman is the spot thank the many residents of for you. The Lake Cushman Sales Hoodsport who have donated Company has been making plans many things and purchased for a Fourth of July fire works charter memberships for the "Inn display that will delight the young Quest". and older folks alike. Sid The grand opening of the Anderson will touch off the "Inn Quest" will be July 9 ut display in front of the Lake community support is still Cushman Resort shortly after needed. The girls stated that dark on the evenin~ of July 4. B.P.O.E. LODGE 2467 OPEN NOON JUNE THRU OPEN NOON ACCENT DISH by INTERNATIONAL SILVER, ONLY $2.95 WITH EACH $100 DEPOSIT There's never been anything like it in Olympia .. or anywhere! Three magnificent silver gifts, crafted by famed International Silver Company, the world's largest manufacturer of qUality products. Each of these magnificent gifts symbolizes the finest taste and craftsmanship found anywhere Yet available to you through this one time... special offer at a fraction of their orginal value! THE ACCENT DISH, (pictured above left) is a repeat offer that was so successful more than a year ago. Perfect for a wine holder, candy dish or just a decorative accent piece for your home, this special premium is heavy cast with a lavish plating of untarnishable silver. Available to you for only $2.95 when you open a new savings account with us for only $100 or more. Or when you add an equal amount to your present account. THE SWEETS BASKET with handle, (pictured above center) measures a full 6V= inches in length, is probably the most beautiful gift ever L w SWEETS BASKET b* INTERNATIONAL SILVER, ONLY $6.95 WITH EACH $I00 DEPOSIT offered by any financial institution. Resembles the heirlooms that your grandmother cherished so. Heavily cast, plated in untarnishable silver. You must see this gift and hold it to really appreciate its uncomparable quality. Available to you for only $6.95 when you open a new DECORATOR BOWL by INTERNATIONAL SILVER, ONLY $4.95 WITH EACH $100 DEPOSIT savings account with us of only $100 or more, or when you add an equal amount to your present account. THE DECORATOR BOWL, like the two other beautiful gifts, is a special heavy cast and also lavishly plated with untarnishable silver. Measures a full 534 inches. Perfect as a decorator piece. Also functional for a myriad of decorator or household purposes. Again, available to you for only $4.95 when you open a new savings account of only $100 or more, or with an equal deposit to your existing account. When you see these gifts you'll know why we're so proud to offer them to our friends and customers. You'll see too, why words alone can't express the beauty and quality of these magnificent gifts But hurry! Because of the extreme popularity of these gifts, our limited supply may be exhausted soon. Stop by tomorrow! You'll be delightfully surprised. THURSTON COUNTY FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION O~M RA Sh~TQl I.A -,,,. OLYMPIA Home Office Fifth G Capitol Way LACEY SHELTON Branch Branch 41.'11 Market Square 313 Railroad Avenue Thursday, July 1, 1971 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Page 15