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July 15, 1971     Shelton Mason County Journal
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And still other California arrivals in the area include Dr. and Mrs. A. B. Carson accompanied by their close friend, Letty. After spending a week here enjoying the family's own little McMicken Island and seeing how much progress has taken place on his new development, Canyon Wood Beach located on Harstine just to the West of McMicken Island he reported to friends he was very pleased with the work that had been accomplished during the nlon A family Was held at in the Latzel's daughter Janet for a sisters Were Mrs. San Reeves Rose a brother ton. With Zels, the since from Dugger on ednesday their the Angeles After they of the The ay by sea and large all ~, if not every town they are celebrating Canada's Centennial, 100 years of a united Canada from coast to coast. People take great pride in their history, seem happy, industrious and friendly. Friday Carl took the folks to Gold River, a brand new Company town 70 miles west of Campbell River. This town is a show place with all beautiful landscaped new homes, schools churches, and municipal buildings and a huge new pulp mill. Skokomish Grange met last Friday evening with a nice group enjoying the pot luck dinner. Two new members were obligated and there was a memorial service honoring a departed member, Vern Hill. A number of friends and relatives attended the 50th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Kelsey Tanner which was held at the Skokomish Grange Hall last Sunday afternoon. Stanley Johnson of Toppenish dropped in Monday for a visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arvid Johnson. Dinner guests at the Bert Deyette home Wednesday evening were Mr. and Mrs. Jim Lake of Kennewick, Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Prizner of Wenatche, Lon and Jeri Deyette and Mrs. Edna Hunter of Shelton. Mrs. Ron Johnson and family of Pullman are spending a week with Ron's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Johnson Mrs. Archie Vaughn is in the Mason General Hospital after having major surgery. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hunter m,~de a business trip to Seattic Saturday. Callers at the Chester Valley home Sunday afternoon were Mr. and Mrs. Bill Valley, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Hulbert, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Lozier of Tumwater and Mr. an'd Mrs. Alvin Hulbert of Shelton. winter months while he was away. The Doctor after a week had to return to his work in California, but his wife, Winnie and her friend, Letty stayed on anticipating many guests and friends to fill their time during his absence this month until he returns in August. Celia Glaser spent last week in Tacoma with her daughter, Helen and Steve Franich and their family. They brought her back home on Saturday and stayed overnight. Sunday Dick and Bonnie and family came out for awhile to work in the Glaser's beautiful garden. And down below at the Bud Glaser home there were lots of people coming and going all weekend. Bud's close friends, May and Pete Lukia and their grandson, Stanley Wicks who is stationed in the Navy at Bremerton were guests. They are from Pacific Beach. And a fellow worker of Bud's, George Fullerton and his wife Arlene and their son, Mike were: overnight guests staying in Bud's camp trailer. And the biggest news for the Glaser's this week was the arrival, of little Sherry Ann Beyer who popped in on July 1 at Mason General Hospital to the delight of her brand new parents Sue and Chip. Celia welcomed another great-grandchild and Bud became Grandpa for the second time. And Patti Rychman (Sue's sister) was on Cloud Nine because she'd just become an aunt for the first time. And in talking to Patti learned that their furniture was what was most badly damaged in the recent fire they had. Since they were in the process of moving most of the gifts they'd received at the showers were packed, thus none of them were lost, she said. Recently two Island couples, the Martin Goetsches and the Carroll Enos took a three day jaunt together. They first went to the charming city of Victoria on Vancouver Island. There they browsed through the shops then went to see the lovely and famous Butcharts Garden which didn't disappoint them at all. Esther reports they are really all that is said about them. From there they drove on up to Nanaimo and then as far north as Parksville which is on the east side of the Island. There they spent the night. The next day they drove back down along the coast and ferried from Swartz Bay through the Islands and Active Pass to Tsawwassen. The next night was spent at Point Roberts, the little isolated tip of this state. Enroute home they stopped in Arlington to say 'hello' to Esther's sister and her husband Jess and Elna. However, that didn't take long at all since they didn't find anyone home. Then after dropping Dorothy and Carroll off at their Sunset Hill home they stopped at their neighbors, Wilbur and Doris Jacobsons for awhile. The Jacobson's younger daughter, Eileen and her husband, Jeff Meyer were up for the Holiday weekend from their home in Eugene, Ore. They had a wonderful couple of hours reminiscing about the 'good 'ol days' gone by. We noted in passing by Jarrell's Cove over the Holidays that Henry Haskell and a large group of friends and relatives were enjoying his lovely spot on the Cove. Also noted Helen Johnson had some of the Holiday weekend Regularly $8.99 OXFORD IN NATURAL SLIP-0N in WHITE Cool nylon uppers with. skid resistant rope wrapped soles.. It's smooth sailing this Summer in these great.knock abouts. Man look at the SAVINGS! ps rlous laces away from her duties at the Governor's House in Olympia and came out to her place here on the Island for a bit of tranquility and a slower pace. Some of the Island's Pickering friends and part-time Islanders, the Phillip Chapman family minus their oldest daughter, Becky headed for a two week vacation about the middle of last month. As much as they all hated to they had to leave Becky behind since she'd just gotten a job as head bookkeeper at the Mason Hardwood Company on John's Prairie. During the family's absence Becky checked in at home to make sure everything was shipshape. However, during the week she was the house guest of her aunt and uncle, Helen and Everett Simons. Over the weekend she stayed with her close friend, Linda. When the Chapmans returned with a gift for Helen and Everett they remarked that it wasn't necessary, just having Becky was gift enough. With their 2 1 foot camper-trailer loaded with the bare necessities they headed south. They followed the Columbia for a ways, then dropped down into eastern Oregon. They crossed into Idaho in the vicinity of Hell's Canyon. For about 100 miles the Snake River roars through a 6,600 foot deep gorge, deepest on the continent. The construction of dams on the river has opened up the wilderness canyon rim to motorists who can now view the canyons awesome depths. The family traveled through southern Idaho enjoying the many views and sights. One of the highlights was stopping at the Craters of the Moon which they found most interesting~ From there they enjoyed seeing the world famous Sun Valley and could close their eyes and visualize what its winter beauty must be like. Just north of Salmon they crossed the Montana border. Then at Mullan they again entered Idaho and drove to Lake Coeur D' Alene where they spent part of the 4th weekend at a campsite right on the lake. Holiday visitors at the Arlo Wingert home were their oldest daughter, Lena Tober and her husband,Norm and their five children. Sunday part of the Tobers and Kathryn called on the Glenn Yates family and the Dale Peughs. The Tobers are from Vashon Island, however Norm was. one of the unfortunate Boeing employees following the burial of the SST program. This past week he flew back to Michigan to look into a job offer back there and try and find housing for the family. This past week Mary and Bill DePoe's five youngsters have been staying on the Island partly with their grandmother, Claire Wingert and partly with Mary's sister, Elaine !reland, and her husband, Bob and their three children. In the meantime Mary has been put on the sidelines, temporarily in the hospital So while their mom was under the weather the youngsters enjoyed several days having an Island vacation. Recently the Parish family, Joan and Roger Parish and their two boys drove out to the Island to visit the cemetary. The purpos~~, of the trip was so Joan could set a plant out beside her father, Larry Jerrell's grave. The family at the time was visiting Florence and Jack Powell and Joan's brother, Harlan Jerrells and his wife, Patty, out on the Arcadia road. This past Sunday Helen Lammers and Thora Seward drove over to Tacoma and picked up Thora's sister, Toge and their sister-in-law, Sylvia Donns and all four gals then went on to Poulsbo to help Thora and Toge's sister, Sigrid Tubbs who recently moved there from California celebrate her birthday. We understand there is a new family living in the former Pridham house. One of the Weyerhaeuser employees, Ralph Hatlestad and his wife and their two children, recently moved into the vacant house. Also understand there is another new family on the Island, a nephew of Nels Baunsgard, Jack Minor and his wife and their twelve year old son, Lincoln are living in Sid and Mary Baunsgard's guest cabin. They have been here about a month, having moved from the east coast when Jack was transferred here by the Dupont Company. Line will be attending Shelton schools this fall. Saturday afternoon callers at the Steig Gabrielsen home on Spencer Cove included Jim and Alice Roberts and their two children from Tacoma. Steig and Jim had worked together a few years back. And a nice bouquet of roses go this week to Steig and Beula for their generosity. According to tradition it is the scouts who are always doing good deeds. However, the Gabrielsens reversed that a wee bit last week when they did the nice deed of donating their sailboat, the Port Madison over to a Boy Scout Camp up on the Canal. Bet a fine bunch of boys were most appreciative of their thoupdat fulness. We understand that Dot Smith had an appointment at the University Hospital the first of this week and the chances were pretty good that they would remove the cast from her leg following her surgery a few weeks ago. And we also learned Dot's grandson, Dave Waite, had the splint removed from his arm broken earlier this summer in a motorcycle accident and he was due to start therapy soon. And this other item from the Waite family, which we hope sincerely the old saying third time's charm will work this time. For this reporter has tried on two or more occasions to get this item in the column, for one reason or another it thus far has not made it. So we hope the family will forgive me and abide by that old saying 'better late than never'. Following Ed Walte's first year of college at Bremerton his proud parents announced the fact that for all four quarters Ed had maintained a 4.0 average. And though they are terribly belated, Ed. certainly a great big 'congratulations' are most definitely in order. Tmblefinding a multi-pu?ose oil? Your Standard Man, ,~. C. COLE & SONS, INC. Can Solve Your Problem. He's In Shelton - 426-4411 Standard Oil Company of California OF MASON CO. PROFESSIONAL CARPET CLEANING the way CARPETS . RUGS . WALLS FLOORS . FURNITURE HOUSEWIDE CLEANING f I 426-!121 i ALL WORK SUPERVISED BY GRADUATES OF SER V ICEMASTER ACADEMY OF SERVICE. INTERNATIONALLY KNOWN, LOCALLY OWNED & OPERATED. ONE TIME OR ON A REGULARLY SCHEDULED ESTIMATES CHEERFULLY BASIS. GIVEN. The one to call for a household spot -- or a spotless house. FURNISH RT. 10, BOX 27 SHELTON iF Buy 1 Tire List Price AND BUY Truck Tires only $10 on 2nd Tire at Passenger Cars Only! Mt. View at Kneeland Center Noleen Avery was surprised to find that his was the winning suggestion for the name of the Simpson Employees' Federal Credit Union quarterly news letter. Noleen credited his wife, Hazel, with the winning idea. Simpson Employees' Federal Credit Union members will be surprised at all of the helpful financial information i'n the newsletter that will come in their quarterly statement this month. lllM#N [Mill-aYE:Ell IrlEDIrNAL. 5th and Cedar Sts. Phone 426-1633 lull Membership Open to All Active and Retired Simpson Timber Company Employees and Their Families Ken Fredson, Manager Each member account insured to $20,000 by Administrator, National Credit Union Administration Thursday, July 15, 1971 - Sheltor,-Mason County Journal - Page 15