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" isplay Lar, un By DOLORES DRAKE American Flag was raised andMr. an d M rs. G ordon miles. The Peace Corp volunteers task. Maid "Thank-you" from the HOODSPORT - Star Garfield and Charlie Johnston Dickinson and children Jim and are very well thought of inbottom of their hearts to their Mr. and Mrs. Lester Crossan spangled fire works agains the decorated the yard with balloons Julie have returned from a very Western Samoa and seventy-three Tongan friends as they departed Mr. and Mrs. and Bobbie, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin majestic snow-capped peaks of they strung together, memorable vacation in the South were working here. for Fiji. are celebrating Crossan and family of Shelton, Mount Washington were viewed The potluck luncheon was set Pacific where they left beautiful, They visited the home of They landed at Suva, capital ng anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Twidwell and by thousands of spectators who aglow with a birthday cakefriendly, generous friends they Robert Louis Stevenson in of Fiji where they saw more Valleyat theirjulyhomel 1 NefffamilY'andandfamilyMr'spentand theMrS'4thDaleof gathered around the shores of prepared by June Britton. In had only became acquainted with Western Samoa, a coconut copra Indians than Fijians. Again they Their daughter July weekend at Westport and Lake Cushman on the Fourth of place of gifts, a money tree several weeks before, factory, soap factory and toured found a shoppers paradise in the July. The hour long display was blossomed with green that will The Dickinsons flew to Pago the Island, enjoying the hibiscus, duty free shopping mecca of the and Mrs. Johnreported a fine time with a good touched off at 9:30 p.m. by Syd buy Ruth the new kitchen floor Pago in American Samoa viapoinsettas, ginger, coleus, orchids, whole South Pacific. Hand )st and hostess, fish catch and also some clam Anderson and Gene Visser. Odds she has been wishing for. Honolulu where they spent a very cup of gold, rubber trees, banana carvings were purchased here, meeting of digging, and Ahhs came from the crowd of Mrs. Donald Pavel and wet 14 hour lay over. Upon their trees, beef steak, bougainvillia, among them was the kava bowl. Will be held Tummy Valley of Alderwood blanket wrapped, winter dressed children, along with Mrs. Georgie arrival at the Pago Pago airport at plumeiria, flame tree, lipstick After two days here they drove g, starting with Manor is visiting her grandparents, ~r at 6:30 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Valley. young and older spectators alike Miller and her grand-daughter 6 a.m. they found their daughter tree, and the sugar cane and along the coral coast on the left --------~ ..... -=----- .... -----= as the rockets shot off leaving a Kimberley Smith journeyed to JoAnn, husband Gordy and boys coconut thatched roofed fales,side of the road via the Queen s lly meeting for Sunday they accompanied Mr. trail of red crystals, then burst Eastern Washington Friday to to greet them. So good it was to Tufa 'or good-bye' Samoa and Road. This is where they found THURS.,JULY 8 and Mrs. George Valley to Gig into all colors of the rainbow. The visit relatives in White Swan. They see them. They looked great. With on to Tonga, the only kingdom in t h e f i n e s t v a r i e t y o f L ItOWardaests overSpearthe toHarbrpointfrDefiancedinner' thenpark.drOVeTheyOn surrounding mountains, decorated traveled by way of White Pass, baggage and everyone loaded they the South Pacific. Tonga was entertainment and fabulous resort Itolian Spogheffi ar's brother and especially enjoyed a ride on the like a Christmas tree from the stopping off at a cold, windy drove out to their home which probably their most memorable facilities. They stayed two days at many headlights of vehicles picnic site for lunch and a frolic was only seven miles away. stop in the South Sea Islands as it Tubakula and went on to shop at With Jello, Green a Mrs. Duane Shay' locomotive and the logging echoed the explosions on this in the snow. Then it was over the However the trip took 20 minutes was here that they made friends Sigatoka and Nadi. Salad, Garlic Bread. lghter Elaine f shw' On the way hme they Independence Day celebratin, summit t the irrigated Yakimaas kids, chickens, pigs and people with the Royal Guard of the Their journey back to Pago 95 ..m~ ~~ C01o. stopped at the Chester Hersey Howard Iverson of the Lake Valley which really impressed the were also using the road. King. Their new friend invitedPago was filled with memories of &rtburJohnson home in Puyallup. Cushman Patrol was among the children with its size and fertile Jo-Ann and Gordy's home them to his village and the exotic sarees, handicrafts and t'together at Don Dunk is home after many volunteers helping to guide farms. * was very comfortable with large entertained them in his home generous, loving, friendly people. Mrs. Avene spending a couple of days in the the hundreds of cars who seeked Arriving at their relativesrooms all air conditioned and the bidding them farewell with many The last few days were spent with ke Monday. Shelton Hispital. Visitors at the parking spots along the Lake homes in White Swan, they Pacific Ocean right at their door gifts of tapas and baskets. Gordon their daughter and family touring vlr. and Mrs. Doak home Monday 'afternoon Cushman Road. The scene was pitched tents and rolled out steps, joined in the game of bargaining American Samoa and getting family of were Mr. and Mrs. Guy Beckwithtypical of a California traffic jam sleeping bags. Then it was off and on this friendly island. It was here acquainted with the Governor s "Utthin of and children, on a busy freeway. Also guidingaround the community to get Their second day in Pago Pago they purchased the hand carvedwife. Mrs. Darrel Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Johnson traffic, or stopping it as the case acquainted with cousins the began with the crowing of Tiki War God, many baskets made The neighbors brought them FRIDAY, JULY 9 Hoodsport, and family of Edmonds spent the was, was a friendly deer who children had never met and also a roosters at 5 a.m., before of pandanus palm, shell jewelry many gifts to return home with. of Island weekend with his parents, Mr. and wanted to meet all and found the visit with Anne's great uncle who daylight. Wind and rain followed and purses, and hand carved Julie was given a woven mat that Mrs. Arvid Johnson. might HQs rner Public of books ideas for the kitchen. Outdoor and Inez OUtdoors at Wilderness or food and Picnics and OUtdoor meat, and Perishables; nutrition and those has You how to CUpboards, ad in the You tips for ; the road. is the With its quick clam on busy and I o remind from meet their them Bear Job is and forest ks kin soup among many other simple seafood dishes. The Better Homes and Gardens Barbecue Book has something for everyone. For Dad there is all the how-to for charcoal broiled steaks, plump barbecued chickens and chef-style rotisserie roasts. For the kids: Frankfurters, do-your-own kabobs, faint hamburgers and what's best to smear on them. To keep Mum happy: Ideas for wonderful salads, vegetables, beverages and top-it-off desserts that are easy to fix and go best with guests and the outdoors. Sunset's Barbecue Book, in addition to recipes tells you how to start the fire and cook for a crowd outdoors. Another feature the Will be Will be middle of the road the best place to do so. The thirty-three camping sites at Potlatch State Park were filled by Thursday evening while tourists were just starting to pour into the Hood Canal area for the three day holiday. Lake Cushman State Park had all 80 camping sites filled by 4 p.m. Friday and the Staircase campground was also filled to capacity. The Ranger at Lake Cushman State Park suggested that if you want to be sure of getting a camping site there this week-end, it would be wise to be there before noon Friday. Mrs. John Perkins' parents, the Donald Boultons have come out from Lawrenceburg, Tenn. for a summer vacation on Hood Canal. They have been enjoying boat rides with their four grandchildren and of course John and Anne Perkins who are also just getting acquainted with the area. The Boulton's say they can't complain about the weather here lives in Wapato. They stopped in Toppenish to take in the Pew Wow parade before returning to White Swan to observe the gathering of Indian Tribes from all over North America, who were arriving for the ten day Pew Wow to be held there. Approximately 250 Teepees were being set up along with campers and trailers of all sizes and description. The Long House, a large oval building the size of a large gymnasium, was nearing completion. This was the only permanent building on the site. Joe, Michael and Gregg Pavel pitched in to help some of the Indians set up their concession stands. The beautiful colors of the Indian costumes decorated the scene. Women and little girls were dressed in white doe skin dresses but Jo Ann had prepared a large breakfast. Gordon and Mary Elaine picked papaya in the yard and little pigs squealed over the overripe left overs. Mary Elaine also picked plumeirias in the yard and started making leis. So fragrant and beautiful were the flowers, hibiscus everywhere and wild zinneas. Gordon opened a coconut and they drank the milk - very sweet but the coconut was too green to eat. A dredging operation in the harbor had turned up beautiful coral and many shells, among them cat eyes, cowries and cones which they collected in the very windy, balmy air. Julie and Jim Dickinson babysat their nephews Michael and Neal while Mr. and Mrs. Dickinson and their daughter JoAnn and husband Gordon with fabulous bead work. OtherRandail--tooka-ten-day trip to costumes worn were hand wove_n_. Western Samoa, Tonga and Fiji. shaws with long fringe, beautiful beaded leggons and head bands Eighty miles west of and dresses with elaborate American Samoa lies Apia, capital turtles. They observed the making of Tapa cloths and Mrs. Dickinson and JoAnn tried their hand at beating out the Tapa' bark which they found to be quite a delicate she is very proud of. Gordon and Mary Elaine's grandchildren presented them with cowry leis to bring them good luck on their trip home. ANNOUNCES THE OPENING OF HIS OFFICE FOR THE PRACTICE OF GENERAL MEDICINE ON JULY 13, 1971 AT SHELTON PROFESSIONAL CENTER 1669 NORTH 13th SHELTON, WASHINGTON 98584 of this book is the non-technical as they find it more comfortable embroidery work. The men's of Western Samoa. The original way the directions for 25 specific than the hot, humid weather incostumes were also elaborate,home of the Polynesians is ~ Office Hours: By Appointment barbecue plans are presented. Tennessee. Decorated breech cloths, tailbelieved to have been here. From ~ Men., Tues., Wed., Fri. OFFICE PHONE Visit the Shelton Public Brian, Danny, David and feathers, brass bells along with the airport to Aggie Grey's i 10--12,1--5 42R.1RaR-- , -- . Library for your information on Ruthie Perkins are also looking feathered head dresses and famous hotel were over seventy ~ Sat. lO--12 "---'- __ the easiest ways to cook forward to the arrival of their porcupine roaches were worn by churches and five missionary outdoors. The library is open grandmother, Mrs. Edgar Perkins. many. schools in a distance of eighteen from noon to 5:30 p.m. and 7-9 GrafiiS~a Perkins will be flying p.m. Monday through Friday. out from DeWitt, Iowa July 10 Per Sheet from GEORGIA-PACIFIC TM The perfect paneling for the buyer on a budget who wants quality. Ideal for family rdoms, dens or any room in your home. Available in: Sandlewood Lauan or Colonial Lauan. Regularly $4.95 YOUR HOME IN HOURS FOR ONLY .......................................... _-_-- ----_-%--- | to blend in to any color | [ or type of paneling desired. ONLY Pkg. i fires and how to prevent them. "Why do we need trees?" is a question asked by many people. The men and women who settled in America built their homes from logs, and made their furniture from wood cut in the forests. They heated their homes burning wood in their fireplaces, just as many people do today. We enjoy the beauty of walking quietly through the forests, or sitting under a shade tree and tossing rocks into the stream. We camp, as thousaiids did last weekend. We climb to the very top of a tree and play hide-and-seek with our friends. Deer live in the woods. Birds build their homes high in the trees. Beaver like to live in forests streams. And you ask "Why do we need trees?" Smokey Bear and I love the forests, I hope I've given you a few reasons to love them too. Smokey Bear is asking you to help keep our forests clean and green this summer. You can do your share by following Smokey Bear's ABC's: Always hold matches till cold. Be sure to drown all fires. Careful to crush all smokes. for a visit with her son and family. Pamela Bloomfield and Kenneth Drake, members of the Hood Canal Hi Riggers 4-H Club were among five participants in the Mason County 4-H Bread Baking Activity held at the Shelton High School June 30. Pamela took a first place award with her surprise muffins and Kenneth won a first place preparing Banana-nut bread. Pamela Bloomfield also entered the 4-H Clothing Expo Activity in which she completely constructed a skirt within the two and one-half hour time limit. She modeled the skirt with a matching jacket and color coordinated blouse she had constructed the previous day. Pamela also won a first place blue ribbon in this contest. Congratulations go out to all the young baseball players and their coaches in our area. The Major League team coached by Joe Bourgault, the Coast League Team coached by Lowell Jarvis and the Minor League team with Dick Laney as coach all took first place in their divisions. Joe Bourgault is manager of the All Stars team which is busy practicing at this time. They will play for the championships in Kirkland July 24. Fifty-four friends and relatives gathered at the Chadie Johnston residence on the Fourth of July to celebrate Ruth Johnston's birthday. 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WED., JULY 14 Sauerkraut And Polish Sausage Veg., Salad, and Roll 1st & Railroad Shelton 1 Thursday, July 8, 1971 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Page 9