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Harstine Couple By CARMEN YATES HARSTINE - Ruth and Lloyd Goodwin of Hallow, their camper pickup loaded with warm weather clothes and sunglasses in hopes of finding a a very illusive sun pointed their pickup in a southerly direction in anticipation of a warm vacation. At the Columbia they headed east and near Pendleton, Oregon their son, Dick and his wife and their three youngsters with their trailer packed and ready fell in behind to share their vacation trips together. In Utah they visited Bryce and Zion Canyons. They learned that Zion Canyon is the second oldest Canyon next after Grand Canyon. Along the southeastern part of the Park the views are )N COHM-r z ....... in Evergreen Boys State atbreathtaking and there is also a brl t uyb WhO pariIcqJo ZagaUniversi* ........ 'eft to right, Neal White, Jeff Okano, mile long tunnel. At Bryce ,, j _ ty recently were, v , ~,. ..... Y onnson M" " -- Johnson ano ~rlan uevenger u,~o~ Canyon they took time to hike Ired "= - ' IKe k.onnolly, dllll Inaim Rogerson. down to the bottom of the ireme Approximately 200 attended the affair. IT. and Mrs. nd Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hunter with, attended a two day convention of County Commissioners in Seattle. ended a Mr. and Mrs. Eugene 'Chuck Halvorson and daughter Cherie, and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Halverson of of Madison, S.D. were house guests VOrked for of Mr. and Mrs. George Barkley :Partmentthe past week. of Melissa and Kevin Johnson of ert. Seattle are spending the week with their grand-parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Johnson, while their mother Mrs. Arian Johnson, is at Panhandle lake as a counselor for the Pioneer Girls of the Northwest Christian Groupe. Recent visitors at the Donald Doak home were Mr. and Mrs. Howard Draisley of Clark, S.D. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Anderson of Quinault spent the week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Deyette. Sunday the Deyettes held a family reunion at Boston Harbor. Jim Valley, grandson of the Chester Valleys and formerly with Paul Revere and the Raiders, was featured on a half hour program on Channel 5 last Sunday morning, singing and playing his own compositions. Guests at the John Brush home over the weekend were Mr. may pick up their certificates at the library: Jill Jorgenson, Darren and Mrs. Bingaman and sons ading Lasley, Annie Bailey, Kristey Martin and Jack of Delta, Colo., Public Jacks tadt, Ralph Kunkle, Greg Irving Mahler of Bellevue, Mr. and The Barstad, Shannon Stordalen, Mrs. Dan Bogs of Carnation, With a Canyon. At the Park Center one Donald Kunkle, Diana Wolfer, Joey Dunbar, Brad Dunbar, Cindy Hacker, Laura Stout, Linda Stout and David Stordalen. The Summer Reading "Tour of the Olympic National Park" has more active participants than ibrary ' Came to 31 was and miner learns about the ' archeology, geology and history of the area. Highlights here include Silent City, Fairyland, Queen's Garden and Peek-a-boo Canyon. But for all around beauty and brilliant color contrasts and greatest spectrum these two spots surpass Grand Canyon by far. However, when they drove on down into Arizona and toured Grand Canyon they found its magnitude and tremendous size the one most awe-inspiring feature. They viewed the Canyon's spectacular grandeur from both the north rim and the south rim and found the latter the most crowded of the two by human specimens. In Colorado they visited the Mesa Verde National Park. They drove up into the mountains and at the end of the road they took a railroad train to the end of its line then boarded a cable car to the upper most levels of the caves and cliff dwellings. The tour of the caves dropped them from level to level until they came out at the same point where they'd gotten off the train to take the cable car. Much to the gale relief they didn't have to ride the cable car back down. Going through Utah they and Arnold Dahl of Seattle and Mrs. George Upright and son Lyle Marque of Spokane. Mrs. Alice Hill is confined at the Mason General Hospital and is recovering from pneumonia. Heinies Broiler Little League ever before. Dale Johnson is team won their game Monday, leading the more than 150 readers evening so are eligible for the play with thirty books to his credit, off which starts soon. placing him at Hoh Head with only twenty books remaining to get him to the summit of Mt. Olympus. The library is open from noon to 5:30 p.m. and 7-9 p.m. Monday through Friday. JUdges each of awarded Young People stopped to visit Dinosaur National Monument. At nearby Vernal they toured a museum. Here they saw the fossilized bones of these prehistoric animals. Coming back through Montana,,.tb,~ tOo~k ~t tour of the ,Lewis and 'Chrk Caverns. An underground path here leads among resplendent rock e t, son of Mrs. Ida P. Ashcraft, fas promoted to Army Captain Infantry at Ft. Stewart, Ca. rny Lieutenant Colonel Thomas J. With Company E of the infantry. the Air Medal and the Army Wife, Cynthia, lives in Hinesville, lives in Belfair. SQt COnvention I. as is planning to attend and Participate in all assembly activities. The Portland Convention will be held July 14-18 at the Portland Civic 3Uneed Stadium and is expected-to draw 20,000 people from the Pacific Northwest. Other convention cities in the West are Vancouver and Victoria, Canada; Spokane, San Francisco and Los Angeles." Church 910 East Dearborn LEWIS B. WYSONG, Pastor Sunday School ..... 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship .. 11:00 a.m. " 'S .... c.Y. & Cadets 6:00 p.m. Evening Service .... 7:00 p.m. Bible Study (Wed).. 7:00 p.m. f Mt. View Alliance Church Washington & "J" Sts. Sunday School .... 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship .. 11:00 a.m. Evening Service .... 7:00 p.m. Prayer Hour (Wed.) . 7:30 p.m. EARL EVERS, Pastor FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 5th and Cota Downtown Shelton July 4, 1971 "THE MASTER CONTROLLER" 9:30 a.m ....... Sunday School *11:00 a.m... Morning Worship 7:30 p.m ........... Evenin,j Gospel Hour Wednesday Bible Study 7:00 p.m. Speaker: Tom Barwick Dir. Christian Ed. Tom earw|Ck * The Morning Worship is broadcast live over KMAS, 1280 kc. United Methodist Church G and King Streets REV. WILLIAM ANDREWS, Minister Summer Services: 10:00 a.m. Church School begins at 9:00 a.m. U.M.Y. at 6:30 p.m. CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST LATTER DAY SAINTS Connection & 12th Sts. Phone 426-2805 Priesthood Meeting .............................. 9:15 a.m. Sunday School ......... 11:00 a.m. Sacrament Meeting .......i i .........i . 5:00 p.m. rom formations. As they came back through eastern Washington and found the cherry crop ripe and ready for the picking so, you can guess what Ruth was busy doing when this reporter called her, since they'd just gotten home the night before. Altogether they were gone about 17 days, having left almost as soon as school was out. They traveled around 4,000 miles altogether. And when Dick dropped off in Oregon he was short one member of his family, David, who came on up to the Island to spend some time with Grandpa and Grandma. And while on the subject of Ballow residents we learned that a belated first anniversary party was held this past weekend for one of Celia Glaser's grandsons, Steve Franich and his wife. Since the couple was stationed in Alabama in December at the actual time of the anniversary the family found it a bit difficult to celebrate then. So this past weekend about 50 relatives and friends gathered at Ballow to do the celebration up brown. A week ago Celia traveled to Tacoma to attend the funeral of a favorite uncle. A name I'm sure most of the Island readers are very familiar with, that being Uncle Adolf Schmid. He was 88 years old and this November would have been just one year away from seeing nine decades. My the many changes he must have seen throughout his life time. And may we friends extend our sincere sympathy to the family at the loss of this most wonderful gentleman. Other travelers, however somewhat closer to home, include Steig and Beula Gabrielson who spent most of last week on San Juan Island in their camper at Friday Harbor. While there they spent a great deal of time meandering around the Island. Down at the Helen Lammers home about 16 people gathered which included both family and friends to help her celebrate her birthday. They'd hoped to eat outside but that very illusive character Mr. Sunshine had pulled another vanishing act so they stayed inside and had just as good a time eating and chatting as if they'd been outdoors. And over at the Marina, Elsie says they've had company before, 'but this past week must have ~topped everything previously experienced. Elsie's sister, Mrs. Lee Martelli of Monterey, Calif. arrived a week ago last Sunday to spend a week with the Nesses. And during the week a grand total of 23 relatives dropped in to say 'Hi' to Norma. Besides that a couple ffo-m Portland dropped in a couple of times. After having taken a co-uple of weeks to take a trip back to Minnesota the Nesses' daughter, Patty, is here to help out with the summer surge of business. Also here for this week is their grandaughter, Janice, of Tacoma. Elsie reported she's just received a letter frorg their friends the Anderson family, who rented an apartment last winter. The two oldest boys at the time she wrote were enroute to Shelton to take part in a camping trip. They hoped to get out to the Island to visit while up in this area. Other news is that the Jerry Judd family has just rented the apartment Ted just completed and plans to be here next winter. Two of their four children will be attending school from the Marina. And the other two apartments upstairs are also full. Our former Island friends, Grace and Bert Campbell who now have the Gibler's Cove Inn, report they've exchanged weighing loganberries this summer for weighing fish. Some of their nearby summer residents brought in a fish tipping the scales at 2 pounds. All reports say after a rather slow start at the beginning of the season the fishing has picked up considerably and could be now referred to as 'hot fishing' at this time. Grace also reports she found a watch on the floor about two weeks ago. So if one of our readers has lost a watch there or knows of anyone that did they should go to the Campbells and if properly identified it will be returned to the rightful owner. Over on Sunset Hill the Jim Olds are delighted to have Orvaline's morn, Ruth Hudson and a nephew of the Olds, Jim Smith here for an indefinite stay (which boils down to, as long as they can keep them). The two visitors arrived by bus from Safford, Ariz. a week ago this past Tuesday. Other news from the Olds is that their youngest son, Luke, was transferred to New Port, R.I. to attend quartermaster school. During his time off he has been visiting the old historic towns nearby on the east coast which makes :his morn green with envy every time she reads one of his letters. But she reports if you St. David's Church Fourth & Cedar, Shelton, Washington 8:00 A M.- Holy Communion 10:00 A.M.-- Family Serwce The Church us always open for meditation and prayer. OU can't get the real thing then she'll enjoy seeing those cities through Luke's eyes and letters. It was reported last week that Dave Waite was nearly ready to be released from the Longview Hospital he'd been confined to for many days. He did come home but now has returned to the Shelton Hospital due to the broken arm which had started to mend wrong. Traction was chosen rather than rebreaking the arm, fearing that damage to his shoulder might occur if the latter method was chosen. And the second part of the Waite's good news was deleted due to lack of space. That news being that Ed Waite for the fourth straight quarter in a row brought home a 4.0 grade to the delight of his parents and himself. That meant he finished the whole first year of college with 4.0. Recently Stan and Annie Yates were delighted to have their grandaughter, Margaret Clifford and her brother, Stan visit them for a couple of days. Stan had come up from his home in Arizona to work on Margaret's father-in-law's wheat ranch near Fairfield where Margaret and Jerry make their home. The Yates brought their visitors over to see their future home here next door to their youngest son, Glenn and his family. The Yates daughter and her family of Seattle were also down and the whole group came over and then visited with Glenn and family for awhile. This past weekend the Glenn Yates family attended the wedding of the daughter of one of Glenn's fellow workers. Joe Andrews, a member of the Skokomish Indians, extended the invitation to the Yates family to attend the wedding of his daughter, Rita. The ceremony was performed according to the tradition of their people at the Shaker Church at Skokomish Valley and was very impressive. Following the ceremony we all were invited to go to the dining hall where a delicious dinner was served to all of the guests. And what a smorgasbord it was, barbecued salmon, venison cooked t o p erfection, and turkey accompanied by all the trimmings and followed by a piece of the beautiful wedding cake. Following the delicious food the wedding gifts were unwrapped. Leaving there the Yates called on their new friends from square dancing, the Bob Blanchard family. From there they attended the square dance along with the Bridges family and the five Hammonds all from the Island. We all enjoyed dancing to the guest caller 'Cappie' from Sumner. But we just couldn't decide whether the dancers or our guest caller had the most fun of the evening. Cappie's exuberance, tremendous sense of humor and infinite patience really made a great hit with all the square dancers! Your Guido to Expert Services in Mason County Auto Glass Expert Installation JIM PAULEY, INC. Mt. View Kneeland Center Ph. 426-8231 Floor Covering --Linoleum --Carpeting --Tile --Formica REX FLOOR COVERING Mt. View Ph. 426-2292 Auto Repairing -- Major Overhauls -- Brakes & Ignition -- Welding & Tune-ups ED,.~ SERylCE 219 So. 1st 426-1212 NORTHSlDE BAPTIST CHURCH Phone 426-2488 123 W. C. St. at Olympic Hwy. Rev. Paul Butterfield Bible Study .................................. 9:45 a.m. Worship ......................... 11:00 a.m. & 7:30 p.m. Christian Training .................... .......... b:30 p.m. Tuesday - Prayer Service & Bible Study ............. 7:30 p.m. _ First Church of Christ, Scientist Gunsmith Repairing Modern and Antiques Precision Scope & Sight Mounting Shotgun Choke A~terations, ali gauges Shooting Supplies. WARREN A. GIRARD Route 2, BOX 795 Phone 426-2501 l rr o ymc i'n'urance / ~~ [ Men's Hair Styling ~ ] Tired or Shopping? I Let us do It foryou! I * Razor Styling ~ I Auto-Home-Boat-Life-Health I * Shampooing R~,PrI I Buslness-Preferred Risk? / * Regular Hair Cuts * Scissor Contouring ~ I We locate the lowest cost. l Insurance is our only business. | BERNIE'S HAIR STYLING I ARNOLD & SMITH l For Appointment Call 426-2072 / INSURANCE AGENCY L 1618 HWY. S. 1 117 East Cota 426-3317 MT. OLIVE LUTHERAN CHURCH MISSOURI SYNOD ROLAND HUBER, Pastor 206 E. Wyandotte SUNDAY, JULY 4, 1971 Beauty -- Complete Hair Care -- Wigs - Wiglets - Switches -- Merle Norman cosmetics -- Free Demonstrations ELAINE'S BEAUTY SALON 6th & Laurel 426-4582 Divine Services 8:15 a.m. and 10:30 a.m. Sunday School and Bible Class at 9:15 of SHELTON CHURCH the NAZARENE Located in Memorial Hall, 2nd and Franklin Lowell Leone, Pastor Phone 426-1298 Sunday School ........................... 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship ................ ~ ....... ] 1:00 a.m. Junior Fellowship .................... 6:00 p.m. Evening Service ....... - ................... 7:00 p.m. Prayer Meeting, Wednesday ................. 7:30 p.m. Fishermen's Club P.U.D. AUDITORIUM - 3rd & Cota From 9:15 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. every Sunday SUNDAY, JULY 4, 1971 Bible Study: LELAND WILKINSON, Minister Speaker: JOHN B. COLE Topic: "EXPLANATION OF NEW TAX LAWS" Building Faith Lutheran Church 7th and Franklin WORSHIP 8:15 a.m. and 10:00 a.m. CHURCH SCHOOL: 9:15 a.m. Christian Worship, Fellowship, Education, Service Phone 426-861 I New Homes ! : Remodel ng! OLYMPIC VIEW CONSTRUCTION CO. Paul Brown Wee Dosser 426-4312 426-8427 Cable TV Janitor * Carpet Cleaning * Building Cleaning and Maintenance * Residential - Commertcal Shelton Janitorial Service Adolph Rapacz Route 3, Box 725, Shelton 426-8936 or 426-6870 For Service Call Carpet Cleaning -- Carpets, rugs, walls -- Floors, Furniture -- Housewide Cleaning AL FURNISH ServtceMaster of Mason Co. Phone 426-1121 Chain Saws Masonry -- Fireplaces -- All Brick and -- Block Work MASON'S MASONRY Phone 426-2278 New and Used-Rentals Oregon Chains & Accessories Small motor tune-up & repairs Hours: 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily Mike's McCulloch Shop 2215 Olympic Hwy. N., 426-4639 Concrete -- Ready-mix Concrete -- Concrete Culverts & Blocks Rental Service I' Aimst Anything Anywhere 1 I Bulldozers-Loaders-Pumps I Folding Banquet Tables t'.i I & Chairs, Hospital Beds, Etc. I LEW RENTS ;ili 2216 W. 4th, Olympia, 357-7731 Sign Painting * All TyPeS * Truck Lettering * Cartoon Illustrated Signs * Personalized Business Card & Letterhead Designs Phil Sharpe 323 S. Front St. Phone 426-2661 Travel -- Air - Rail - Steamship -- Bus - Hotels - Tours No Extra Charge for Our Service Angle Travel Res. Center 401 Railroad Ave. 426-8272 426-4134 Truck & Equip. Repair------ Trucks * Cats Logging Equipment Engines -- Transmissions Differentials & Welding SUMMIT TRUCK & EQUIPMENT REPAIR 224 S. 12th 426-2512 ~ ~ ~=. ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ Kenneth Robinson, Pastor -- Sand, Gravel, Brick & Stone I 302 Alder St., Shelton,Wash. -- Fireplace Screens & Tools YOU Should Krlow . . . Sunday School 11:00 a.m. -- Church 11:00 a.m. GRAYSTONE of SHELTON UR ! Wednesday evening testimony meetings 7:30 p.m. I SHELTON ASSiMBLY OF GOD 75ha Park 426-3344 CLINT WILLO Reading room located in church. Reading room hours ed,um I Life Insurance is a am savings t ll:00a.m, to2:00p.m. Mon.& Fri. ~" 1521Monroe St. Mason Younglunfl, Pastor thr[Ugh which we set up " II ~-- . ..... ..... 9:45 a.m. Drugs- - ' Sunday School .................... 11:00 a m -- Helena Rubinstein ~"nUgra.rn which protects the living, FIRST CHRiSTiAN CHURCH I Morning Wors, h~Phe Hol;'S;irii'lll'Fl~e Ea;ly'(21~urch" " " " -- whu, gives financial security to those Cosmetics THIS SPACE "1o Own it. Arcadia and Lake Boulevard / , 6"00 p m --Prescriptions CAN BE HAD 1717 Olympic Highway NrthL=TIONA V ED CHAMBERLAIN, Minister 1 [ Christ s Ambassadors .......................... 7"~" " " -- Hypo-Allergic Cosmetics ~1~1~ NORTHWESTERN NA NY I Bible School ....... 9:45a.m. Family Service ...... 7:00 P.m"II Evangelistic Service ..... :'... .................... 7.UU p.m. ', Worship .................... 11:00a'm"I I Wednesday, Bible Study and I~rayer ............... :uu p.m. NELL'S PHARMACY YOU? 5th & Franklin Ph. 426-3327 t mllll ,,,E.o., o,,,etlNStlRANC~'. =,...,ou,.COMPA=,..,'o'* " Wednesday -- Bible Study and P;a;er'-- ~66 ~.M. 1 L. IVALTIME, KGDN, Sunday ................. 3:00 p.m. How About ~b. ,~. ~ ~ .~ o ~ ~" ~ ~t Child Care Service Available at 11:00 Service " ----J Thursday, July 1, 1971 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Page 19