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lish Pinochle Club Meets At Ham of nice, hot farmers in have season of oats, Spears and get his ore Chet and to visit Chet's New York. to pick up 17th from a month long tour which took them through Norway and Sweden to visit re[atives, down to Spain and to the Mediterranean. The Sjoholms visited his brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Eric Sjoholm in the Valley Saturday evening. Mrs. Kelsey Tanner and Mrs. Roy Tanner have just returned from a trip to Spokane where they visited Madge's sister, Edna Rentzchke. Continuing on they and then went to Jasper, Wyoming and up sisters, Edna, to Banff Nat'l Park in Canada They will bewhere they rode the gondolas. has become ~vefit for Mr. Mrs. Anna Berge, Valley for returned on the Leaving Canada, they circled around and visited Yellowstone Park, then Mt. Hood in Oregon. At Silverton, Ore. they called on Frieda Snyder. Tom Snyder is in Michigan building a new home. Tom and Freida are former )rt ecomes residents of the Valley. Les and Alice Crossan, Edwin Crossan and Dale and Doris Neff have been fishing at Neah Bay. Los and Dale will be home to work this week but Alice, and Edwin plan to stay until Friday and will keep pulling them in. Newest member of the Don Pavel family is a pet crow the children raised. His name is Bourbon and he ditches snacks in the eaves of the house for lunch. He shows no interest in other crows but lights on the kitchen window sill and scolds the family for getting up too late for breakfast. Callers at the Kelsey Tanner home this weekend were Melvin Tanner, his sister and family from Kansas and Mr. and Mrs. Dan Brown from Morro Bay, m and Mrs. Gene Klingler and boys snow banks reflected the sun and became a of Steamboatl Oregon were seemed to refuse to melt .as long as on his weekend guests of the Bill Taylor the snow drops were in full bloom. mother family. Boating along with fresh bloom. Thurman clams and oysters brought back Stella was so thankful for the were the many fond memories that Genegood health that made this ;tory book and Mickey had experienced at summer a real vacation. Such a invited their beach home south of treat after being hospitalized six and Tracy Shelton. times this past year. e Thurman, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Richert's Some friends whom the John Avey, son, Kirk celebrated his birthday Pill family have never met and Monday with a party held at his formally made it possible for oin in on Hood Canal home. Richard them and guest Julia VanLaanen Drake, Jerilyn .Laramie, Paul to vacation in California. up for Hunter, Shawn and Shannon In reply to a request by mail Tacoma Johnson, Katie Martin and Alan from a family in Huntington setting at Richert joined in to wish Kirk a Beach, Calif., John and Virginia happy eighth birthday, made arrangements to exchange Land and The children enjoyed a homes for one and a half weeks so :lea on the treasure hunt which led them to a the California family could went pirate's chest filled with gum, vacation on Hood Canal. and also candy and prizes. The boys The Pill's found their friends in the braved the 95 degree weather for home comfortable and located an a baseball game, then headed for easy drive to Disneyland and at Owen's Hood Canal to cool off. After Marine Land of the Pacific. They with swimming and searching for also drove to Mexico for a day of at the closehermit crabs they adjourned to sight seeing and shopping. Before Opened his the patio to enjoy birthday cake, returning home they stopped in this land ofice-cream and punch. Studio City for a visit with Gloria Mr. and Mrs. Garfield Van Laanen's sister who treated Larson Johnston returned home them todinner. liner Wednesday evening after an Putting to work their take them enjoyable week's vacation inhomemaking skills learned in 4-H, near Sydney,California. They traveled toBilly Bryant and Vicky, Donna Paradise, Calif. to join in on the and David Bloomfield prepared Mr. and and Bob's B.C. The ii make Onolulu Islands; ealand and docking at husbands came up from Southern California to gather at her arolyn have brother s home for a real One Year. oldfashion family reunion. California. Mr. and Mrs. Stan Johnson of Toppenish, Wash. are the parents of a new baby girl, born July 25. She joins three sisters and one brother. Her grandparents are Arvid and Alvina Johnson. Janie Hunter is spending a week at Bible camp while brother Gregg is visiting the Johnson family in Toppenish. Mary and Kelsey Tanner, The United States Army has announced a major change in the Unit of Choice Enlistment Option, which guarantees a volunteer assignment to his choice of one of seven elite units in the Continental United States. According to Sgt. Rosander, the local Army recruiter, originally enlistees for this option were only guaranteed a stabilized tour of six months. During a trial period, which ends on September 3 0, young men interested in assignment to one of the units, will be guaranteed they will remain with the unit for 16 months after initial training. "This change should be of particular interest to men who want to remain in the Northwest," Sgt. Rosander commented. "One of the seven units is the Third Armored Cavalry Regiment which is based at Fort Lewis." This means that the enlistee can take his 8-week basic training and know that in addition he will also spend 16 more months close to home. Although enlistments for the Third Armored Cavalry Regiment, which automatically means assignement to Fort Lewis, have been numerous, other units have been drawing from the Northwest. "There's been a great deal of interest in the 82nd Airborne, based at Fort Bragg, North Carolina," Sgt. Rosander stated. Besides the two units mentioned, enlistees can volunteer for the First Armored Division, the First 99th birthday celebration of a q~ck breads before the watchful Cavalry Division and the Second very close~ fricrrd:~ The~.J ol~-t~,- ~ ~ s ':~ #o1~, tear, :judges . this ~ iArmored" Division, ~ b based at also had the opportunity to visit' week. The 4-]~"ers, who are all Fort Hood, Texas. Fort Carson, with two other elderly friends members of the Hood Canal Hi who used to be patients in Stella's Riggers 4-H Club, demonstrated rest home. many skills in food preparation Stella was pleasantly surprised and knowledge of the nutritional when her two sisters and value of their prepared baked goods. Gets License general Upon returning home it seems school the traveling bug had already bit The State Liquor Control teaching the Johnstons and they were off Board announced today that again. This time it was to Mr. and Johnny Stephen Vinzant and and Rudy Mrs. Leonard Johnston s home in Merle B. Lindgren have applied 'Orward for Blinn for a four day visit, for a Clas~ C, D and E license to fit the kidsThey drove up to Hurricane sell wine and beer for on-premises alia. Ridge and enjoyed the many consumption and beer for home residents, Mr. meadow flowers. The eight-foot consumption, for "Skipper John's Seafoods and Steaks" at RING? OLYMPIA, WASHINGTON. -- A free offer of special interest to those who hear but do not understand words has been announced by Beltone. A non-operating replica of the smallest Beltone aid ever made will be given absolutely free to anyone answering this advertisement. Try it to see how it is worn in the privacy of your own home without cost or obligation of any kind. It's yours to keep, free. It weighs less than a third of an ounce, and it's all at ear level, in one unit. No wires lead from body to head. These non-operating models are Hoodsport. Anyone wishing to support or oppose the applications may write ns Must File to the State Liquor Control Board in Olympia. Tax Exemptions through this column, would like to thank all of those who came to their 50th Wedding anniversary party held in the Grange Hall, July 19. At least 150 friends signed the guest book and many renewed acquaintances with folks they had not seen since childhood. The hall was de~rated in gold and white and a three tiered wedding cake dominated the tea table. Colorado, one of the Army's test sites for impro,'ements in on-post living, is home of the Fourth Infantry Division. Enlistment for the 197th Infantry Brigade means duty at Fort Benning, Georgia and with the First Infantry Division at Fort Riley, Kansas." "Young men, genuinely interested in exactly where they would like to be trained and stationed should contact me now," Sgt. Rosander pointed out. "They should keep in mind that this will only be available through September." Sgt. Rosander can be contacted for full details at the recruiting office, 8th & Capitol Way in Olympia or by phoning 943-7200 ext. 451. Collect calls will be accepted. License Issued Robert Milton Kunz has been issued a retail Class E license to sell beer for home consumption, for the premises known as~ "Pleasant Harbor Marina," Route 1, Box 46, Brinnon. By DORA HEARING Matlock Pinochle Club met last Saturday night with Mr. and Mrs. Max Cash host and hostess. Edward Townsend and Mildred Bozarth held 1000 aces. High score went to Katherine Barnes and Edward Townsend, Pinochle to Anne Cash and Roy Andersen and low score to Dora Hearing and Louise Asche. Next party is August 7 with Mr. and Mrs. Edward Townsend host and hostess. Matlock farmers are enjoying these hot days getting their hay cured and put i'n the barn. Many friends and relatives attended the wedding Saturday afternoon of Linda Woods and Riley Beerbower at the Methodist Church in Elma. Mr. and Mrs. James Fredenburg of Hoquiam were visitors at the Elvin Hearing home on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Valley called on Mr. and Mrs. Charles LeBrec of Elma on Friday. Connie Goodburn of Shelton spent a couple days last week and Dundee and Debbie Hopkins of Shelton are visiting a few days this week at the R. E. Bradberry home. Dana and Tora Breckenridge of Oregon are spending a few days with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Brehmeyer, Sr. Mrs. I. C. Ford is in Shelton this week working at the Grange Insurance Office, as Chester Valley is vacationing in the east. We are happy to report David Walker, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dan Walker, is well again after a few days in St. Joseph Hospital in Aberdeen after taking some pills of his mothers last week Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Cox of Portland and her mother Mrs. Mae York of California were Saturday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wells Mayer. Mr. and Mrs. Lud Rossmaier attended the Bucoda-Tona reunion picnic Sunday at the Bucoda volunteer park and then they visited Frank and George Button of Centralia. These brothers are 85 and 90 years young. Then the Rossmaiers called on Mrs. Irene Wahl and family of Rochester. Mrs. Archie Kelley spent Friday with Mrs. Ralph Pauley of Shelton and on Sunday Mrs. Kelley visited Mrs. Van Norman. Mr. and Mrs. William Barnes, Jr. of Seattle spent Sunday at their farm here. Mrs. Neal Davis of Tacoma spent Friday afternoon at the Dan Walker home. Now Playing at the at Taylor Towne in the ur y& for your listening and dancing pleasure at the organ ,. . ,,__.a.. %1' ~reit;s~:eY~gr:e=t~OUA~:iVew: for senior feet long or over 8 feet wide. The ~ g repeat, there is no cost and .Pr)Pertyclaimants must be 65 years of age avln S DOHUa ,-, , " ' ir lLomes,and have income of $3,000 orsale~?~ 4s~~eO4Siavi2g.~3~g~ds ;:3t';6;/Yfrnnf:rbml~tgiatni7"wC~" in today's modern community y0u'll find homes, schools, ,. less, of which not more than churches, businesses, buildings, parks -- and maybe, near- "Crees are $1,680 may be earned income,over a year ago and first six ~ ~ by, a nuclear power plant. Because a nuclear power general- . Persons totally disabled maymonths sale of $34,309,204 is an ~"~'~ ~'~ ~enl to file apply regardless of income or age. increase of 3.41% and 51.5% of f,d~'~/'l,4~~ ing plant can be a good neighbor for any community. They 00 000 quota," Mas'--- are pleasing in appearance. They are safe, clutter-free and ate for this The regular tax on mobile our $66,6 , v. ~. homes is 2 per cent of full market County Volunteer Chairman HEARING AIDS noise-free, ~nd of tax value. The exemption cuts that to Harry C. Jame~ reported. 4~a S. Washington, Olympia ''County sales totaled 0ia1943-9650 'Permits 1 percent. Fifteen nuclear power plants like the one shown above are ,per centLast year 51,690 mobile $13,041.00. "~axeson homes were licensed by the ~,. .~.9....m..m..,m..,j.,,j..,m~.~m.,,~1 operating today in 1O different states. Grounds adjacent to a e toafe .Year Department of Motor Vehicles. ""'" nuclear plant are safe enough for a children's playground. j z 1972 Some county assessors have | Nuclear power plants have Visitor Centers and are a source ~nUaryl reported confusion between the', IX) YOU HAVE QUESTIONS ; Of education and ,n]0ymentf0radultsandohildren, lina'- new real property exemption for ! e. lted to senior citizensowninghomesand I, CONCERNING I now turn to nuclear plants for the generation of electricity, OVer 35 the existing one on mobile homes. To keep up with the growing use of electricity, utilities must Your PUD's Of the state of Washington are making plans right J FIR LANE TERRACE ! now to guarantee your future electric needs, , J. W DMAN, D.D.S. i | Today's modern nuclear power plant can bee welcome neigh. CONVALESCENT CENTER? ! bor for any community. n, I I Of office for the practice of ' DENTISTRY i Anyone is welcome to stop and I I tour our facilities on any week j July 26, 1971 I day. I MASq | q:OUNTY i* ATBIRCH STREH lJ We will be glad to answer any 1 ' * P.U.. ll0. 3 i sh"to..llORtH I questions you may have. j Washington 98584 ~l~c nt-- i 2430 N. 13th Street * Shelton ~ %=,o- Edwin Taylor, President Harold W. Parker, Vice President rid,,nent OFFICE426.1PHONE664 ! Jack Cole, Secretary Jerry Samples, Manager ! '~lP4 Thursd; July 29, 1971 Shelton-Mason County Journal - Page 15