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July 22, 1971

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Matlock Local Joins iF ;!ii ..... i'i~i ~ :~ KIM JOSLIN, on her bike, is surrounded by the friends who helped her celebrate, at long last, her December 4th birthday. The girls bicycled to the south fork of Goldsborough Creek for a two-day campout. Irne esl en long time area, is General Who is 86 al column for many WACO enjoying a from the and Nancy, and Dawn e claims Income in Waco. Olson's at the she is are enjoying lots of of water fishing, his d activities, FRoM NElL IULy Nancy is involved in creating many lovely pieces of costume jewelry from her current hobby of crocheted beadwork, a revival of a craft popular in the nineteen twenties. Lilliwaups "summer" is a welcome relief to the Locklars after one hundred plus degree temperatures in Texas. Mr. and Mrs. Allie Robinson, of Indian Beach, and Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Evans of Holiday Beach, recently returned from a 3,306 mile vacation trip. Skokomish [n ospu a NWY. S: They spent five days in Las Vegas, taking a side trip into the northern corner of Death Valley, enabling them to visit the fantastic "Scottys Castle". Then on to Grand Canyon, Zion and Bryce. They all exclaimed over the spectacular beauty of natures art work, in these canyons. The next place of visit was Salt Lake City, where the foursome spent considerable time in Temple Square, visiting the beautiful Morman buildings and grounds. They arrived on a night Trip ympnc, By MARY VALLEY SKOKOMISH - Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hunter, accompanied by Mrs. Bob Hunter and son and her mother Mrs. Lepper, made an Olympic Loop trip last week, spending the night in Port Angeles. They also visited at the home of a former resident of Mason County, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Johnson in Port Angeles. Rev. and Mrs. Edwin Hepner and family cf Lewistown, Mont. have been vacationing at their cottage on Island Lake and visiting Mrs. Hepner's parents in the Skokomish Valley, Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Stenberg. Mr. and Mrs. John Bollinger of Cashmere and his mother, Mrs. Bollinger of South Dakota were visiting in the Valley and called at the Claud Dugger home. The Hood Canal Womens Club is having a rummage sale at the Potlatch Club House on July 23 and 24. Rev. and Mrs. Carl King and family of Spokane were guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arvid Johnson over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Crossan returned from a trip Monday afternoon that took them as far as Cheyenne, Wyo. On the return they made stops in Rock Springs, Wyo. and Nampa, Idaho. They were accompanied by Mrs. Crossan's mother, Mrs. Ethel Freeman. they report very warm weather and a great lack of rain. 426-4522 Includes Hardware Regularly $39.85 Mrs. Ronald Johnson and children have returned to their home in Pullman after spending a week with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Johnson. Mrs. Leona Vaughn is home from the Mason General Hospital and recuperating nicely. Saturday afternoon callers at the Chester Valley home were Mr. and Mrs. James Lazier and grand-daughters Brenda Zink and Norma Jean EUiott of Tumwater. I when the world renowned Mormon Choir was practicing in the Tabernacle. Madge and Faith swam in the "Great Salt Lake" and salty it is, and true, one floats there with great ease, but also needs a good shower when coming out. Hot, hot weather was with them all the way, temperatures ranging from 100 to 104 degrees in Las Vegas, the high 90's in the canyons and the high 80's to 90's in Salt Lake. Thanks to the loan of the Robinsons daughter and son-in-laws air conditioned car, they were able to withstand the heat. All claimed they were happy to return to their cool Hood Canal, and take credit for bringing some of the hot weather back with them. While the Evans were on their trip, their daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Mark Albright, of Tacoma, had a swimming pool installed in their yard, so to climax their parents vacation, planned a "Pool party" for this past week-end, inviting some of Evans friends of many years, from Seattle. A better weekend it couldn't have been and believe it or not Faith and Lewis received more sun burn and tan on this one week-end than they had on their two week trip. 00 "It's Cool" THINK COOL... THINK MELt! Yes, look what Mell Chev-Otds has in stock for your cool summer driving with . . . '71 KINGSWOOD ESTATE WAGON '71 IMPALA CUSTOM COUPE "71 CAPRICE SEDAN '71 OLDS LUXURY SEDAN "69 OLDS LUXURY SEDAN '69 TORINO SPORT COUPE '69 AMBASSADOR SEDAN --A LSO-- "64 Jaguar XKE; '64 Corvette along with 60 other cool beauties. Quick Service-- Parts Mon. thru Sat. 1st. and Grove 426-4426 Rental & Lease Cars Visit Chev's No. 1 Award Winning Service Dept. Manager Bruce Willey (we try harder) After a long wait for suitable weather, the December 4 birthday of Kim Joslin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Les Joslin, was celebrated last Thursday and Friday with a two-day bicycle campout. The seventeen girls, ranging in age from ten to 13 years, met at Lincoln Gym on Thursday morning and with chaperones Lorna Joslin, and Barbara Martin bicycled 12 miles to the South Fork of Goldsborough Creek to Joslin's private recreation lot where they camped overnight. Les Joslin, hauling camp gear to the creek, supplied refreshments during the two-hour trip. Kim's guests were Lori Noreen, Laurie Martin, Deanie Morrison, Anna Marie Snellgrove, Tammi Wilson, Debbie Hopkins, Dannette Huisingh, Stephanie Campbell, Barbara Stickley, Kandace Lisk and Robinettes Shelli Thomason, Traci Hanson, Vicki White, Susie Durand, Karen Sushak and Rita Warren. Bicycling with the girls on the one-hour return trip on Friday were chaperones Lama Joslin and Bev Thomason, who took the group to Lake Isabella for a swim. By DORA HEARING MATLOCK - Another area boy, Robert Hollatz, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hollatz, left Saturday morning at Sea Tac for Lackland Air Force Base in Texas. He has joined the Air Force Reserve for six years. Rev; and Mrs. John Anderson of Big Fork, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Anderson of Port Orchard and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Helin picnicked at Schafers Park Monday. Matlock Ladies Club met last week Wednesday with Mrs. Max Cash as hostess, fourteen members were present. Two visitors, Linda C'hamblin, and Mrs. Leslie Bozarth, were also present. Mr. and Mrs. Rodger Kollbaum and three children of Storm Lake, Iowa, and Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Prall of Port Orchard were visitors at the Herbert Helin and Elvin Hearing homes Sunday. Mrs. Kollbaum will be remembered here as Pat Prall. Janet Walker of Tacoma has spent the past week with her grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Earl Walker. Mr. and Mrs. Max Cash and grandchildren Tim and Linda Chamblin of Alderwood Manor left Friday to spend a few days at Sea Side Ore. with Mr. Cash's two sisters there. Pvt. Don Gribble was flown home from Viet Nam -for his mothers funeral. Guests for the past week at the Don Hansen home were his nephew and wife Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hansen and their son and wife Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Hansen of Clear Lake, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Smith and family of Humptulips spent the weekend with their folks the Archie Kelleys. Sunday Mrs. Archie Kelley and Mrs. Dave Smith and children visited the Larry Case family. Mr. and Mrs. Duane Layette and children of Adams Hatchery spent Thursday evening at the Elvin Hearing home. Mr. and-Mrs. Tyler Booths and baby of South Bend spent the weekend at the I. C. Ford home. Mr. and Mrs. Le Roy Booths and Mr. and Mrs. Sandy Bridges and daughter of South Bend came Sunday to visit at the Ford home. Carl Portman spent a few days last week with Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Portman of Tacoma. Mr. and Mrs. Stan Gwinnett of Simpson Salmon Hatchery vacationed at Colorado Springs and visited Stan's Army buddy Mr. and Mrs. Clyae Peterson. They enjoyed the trips to the old mining towns and many more interesting things - an~ also to Pikes Peak. Sgt. and Mrs. Alan Tupper of Boise, Idaho were Saturday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dick Tupper. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Tupper and Susan spent Sunday at Lake Nahwatzel with Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Branson. Tim Diggle of McCleary is spending this week with his grandparents Mr. and MrS. Edward Valley. Mrs. Dan Walker and son Ricky spent Thursday and Friday in Tacoma with her folks the Neal Davis. Convalescent Care LONG LAKE CONVALESCENT CENTER Dedicated care for the elderly patient. Wa. Li. 93. Country-Home Surroundings. PHONE TR 1-1210 Rt. 1, Box 458-A, Port Orchard Complies fully with Title 6 Civil Rights Act of 1964 Youth Jailed Floyd R. Dahman, 18, Shelton, is being held in Shelton City Jail on charges of exploding fire crackers in the city limits and possession of marijuana. Officers said Dahman was arrested in Evergreen Square after officers observed a passenger in a car throw a fire cracker out. Officers approached the car and recognized Dahman as the passenger. After being taken to the Police Station, officers said, Dahman produced two lids of marijuana from his pocket. The arrest occured about 12:40 a.m. Tuesday. tch fo urn next Consolidated Statements of Condition RESOURCES Cash and Due from Banks .............. U.S. Government Bonds ............... Municipal Bonds .................. Other Securities .................. Total Securities .............. Commercial Loans ................. Real Estate Loans .................. Installment and Other Loans .............. Total Loans ................ Funds Sold .................... Bank Premises and Equipment ............. Customers Acceptance Liability ............ Other Resources .................. TOTAL RESOURCES ............ LIABILITIES Deposits Demand .................... Savings .................... Other Time ................... Total Deposits .............. Federal Funds Purchased ............... Funds Borrowed .................. Accrued Interest, Taxes, etc ............... Unearned Income .................. Acceptances Outstanding ............... Other Liabilities ................... TOTAL LIABILITIES ............. Reserve for Possible Loan Losses ............ CAPITAL Capital Stock (shares authorized and outstanding 4,500,000) . Surplus ...................... Undivided Profits .................. Reserves for Contingencies .............. TOTAL CAPITAL .............. TOTAL LIABILITIES, RESERVES AND CAPITAL ...... June 30, 1971 June 30, 1970 $ 294,910,147 $ 295,855,435 108,021,082 136,073,689 335,695,675 265,704,061 94,200,186 31,291,597 $ 537,916,943 $ 433,069,347 845,526,706 675,322,517 251,295,350 222,358,733 291,261,550 299,530,700 $1,388,083,606 $1,1 97,211,950 112,950,000 80,000,000 73,526,377 71,793,381 36,712,785 26,662,869 23,888,819 39,745,379 $2,467,988,677 $2,144,338,361 $ 850,332,870 $ 803,637,928 566,057,206 501,734,623 527,758,714 361,846,836 $,1,944,1 48,790 $1,667,21 9,387 198,535,000 90,835,000 47,976,000 67,394,000 24,786,025 22,101,059 18,451,112 18,633,083 36,712,785 26,662,869 8,987,106 76,197,308 $2,279,596,818 $1,969,042,706 $ 23,905,017 $ 22,973,303 $ 45,000,000 $ 45,000,000 75,000,000 45,000,000 41,018,640 58,854,150 3,468,202 3,468,202 $ 164,486,842 $ 152,322,352 $2,467,988,677 S2,144,338,361 DIRECTORS ROBERT M. ARNOLD Vice President ROBERT S. BEAUPRE President HENRY BRODERICK Chairman, Henry Broderick, Inc. FRANK H. BROWNELL Seattle EDWARD E. CARLSON President, United Air Lines NORTON CLAPP RICHARD E. LANG Chairman, Chairman, Lang & Co. Weyerhaeuser Company JOHN McGREGOR PHILIP t. CORNEIL president, McGregor Land and Executive Vice President Livestock Company JOHN W. MURPHY JOHN M. DAVIS President, Central Partner, Dauis, Wright, Todd, Riese & Jones pre.Mix Concrete Company CHARLES M. PIGOTT KENNETH R. FISHER President and General Manager, Fisher Flouring Mills Company CHAPIN HENRY President H. C. Henry Investment Company WILLIAM M. JENKINS Chairman ROBERT A. SCHMIDT Pre#ident, Olympia Brewing Company WILLIAM S. STREET Chairman, VWR United Corporation JAMES H. WIBORG President, VWR United Corporation president, T.A. WILSON Pacific Car & Foundry Company President, The Boeing Company W. G. REED WILLIAM P. WOODS Chairman, Executive Committee Chairman, Washington Simpson Timber Company Natural Gas Company VOLNEY RICHMOND, JR. HOWARD S. WRIGHT President, President, Northern Commercial Company Howard S. Wright Construction Co. SEATTLE'FIRsT NATIoNAL BANtf MEMBER F.O,I C. 142 BANKING OFFICES THROUGHOUT WASHINGTON STATE \ DEPOSITS--SH ELTON BRANCH . . . $15,365,320.39 Thursday, July 22, 1971 -'Shelton-Mason County Journal - Page 9 ii!! ii:i