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August 5, 1971

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Porf ORT _ This will be Ladies meeting of Club which Cafe speaker, Ray LWill acquaint eo Clubs. of Hoodsport With assistant Simmons, om Connally Representative ix miles up to over the he trail to Camp as it went another party the shelter up to the was so they second and Mln search of Uch to their meadows were so back down they plodded ~embers of the Troop, Brian and Danny Perkins, with the assistance of Buckshot Connally had no more than pitched their tent wfien the horseflies decided to run them out of camp so they pulled up roots and moved down by the river. Searching for the comforts of home the boys hiked across the river and found an old hunting shack with garbage strewn everywhere. Back in the woods Buckshot found the perfect old chair for camp so lugged it back, only to have it collapse under him as he tried to sit down in it. Actually the boy scouts had a great time and admired the friendly deerwho posed for pictures for them. Luckily everyone tookalong their own food as fishing was poor. Despite many tries by their leaders, they could not pull in a legal size trout. Mrs. Donald Collins was honored with a baby shower held at the John Perkin's home Wednesday evening. Assisting Anne Perkins were Maxine Johnston, Joan Altenbach and Dolores Drake. t INc Ladies Hall last With Sadie Three July those aes, Louise The to attend. the birthday Getchman a 8 lb. 2 oz. at St. Peter Uly 29. Brazeau and guests of Brazeau of night. of ay night x Brazeau 73, died in His at Elma ~rmed here member of board. He and three ne Evers of in Iowa, 73, died last Hospital. Ford and leaves her Borst OS and a sister Mrs. Don Hansen and brother Ira Ford. Our condolence is offered to the bereaved families. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Bradberry were host and hostess for a family picnic dinner at their home Thursday night. The following guests attended: Mr. and Mrs. Merland Goodburn and family, Harold Hopkins, Gregg Barstad and Mr. and Mrs. Dick Hopkins and family all of Shelton. The occasion was to celebrate Debbie Hopkins and Danny Goodburns birthdays. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Rossmaier and sons of Olympia and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Goodburn and family of Shelton were Sunday guests of the Lud Rossmaier family. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Legacey and daughter of Tacoma were drop in callers. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Scoles and Mrs. Molly Cocker and son of Auburn were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wells Mayer. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Valley attended the Union picnic at Mason Lake Sunday. The food was put on and served by the 4-H Club and their leaders. Earl Cash of Everett was dinner guest Saturday of his folks the Max Cash's and took his daughters Holly and Sylvia home after spending two weeks with their grandparents. Carl Portman ATCtlA Southside evening. P.m. Abner MOnday Each caught a nice salmon. Saturday Mrs. Ron Newman of Poulsbo visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Asche. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Asche to help Winston Asche celebrate his birthday the evening of July 27 were Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Asche and family, Mary Albaugh and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Mattson. They had cake and coffee, and the evening before, July 26, it was Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Asche' anniversary and it was celebrated at the same time. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Kratcha visited Mr. and Mrs. John Cookson and Jackie Saturday evening. Ray Kratcha spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. John Kratcha Jr., of Silverdale. BEFORE WINTER p 00 o. prepared r, '"l ositio ,, n Roof * TI-I 1 Siding r te Floor * Double Door IA VIEW ION CO. WES DosSER ,'6-8427 Blue wax dipped flannel diapers served as candy cups and the table was decorated with pink carnations and roses arranged in larger containers that matched the candy cups. Eighteen guests were in attendance. Judy and Don Collins visited with their cousins in Elma for a week. Despite the fact that Donnie had taken along three pairs of shoes, he found running barefoot in the creek much more fun until he cut his foot and had to go to the doctor for two stitches. Mrs. Evelyn Nicholson was met at the Sea-Tac airport Wednesday by Mr. and Mrs. Henry Korzeniowski who welcomed her home after a four month vacation. Evelyn visited with her three sisters and three brothers in Chicago, Southern Illinois and Wellsville, Me. A fourth sister also came out from California for a visit with the family. Then Evelyn flew to Boulder, Colo. to see her son Ensign Harry Nicholson receive his B.S. Degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of ng was a Sunday dinner guest at the Cash home. Mrs. Larry Walker and susan ot Tacoma spent a few days with the Earl Walker family and took Janet, who spent several weeks with her grandparents, home. Mr. and Mrs. AI Jones and Bob Jones and a friend of Rochester were Sunday evening visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Walker. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Howard and Milly, Margie and Kevin returned Thursday after vacationing a week in California and a visit to Disneyland. Mr. and Mrs. Roland May and family of Seattle were Sunday guests of the Kenneth Howard family. Mrs. Archie Kelley spent Friday afternoon at the Walter Chappell home at Dayton. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Smith and family of Humptulips were weekend guests at the Archie Kelle > laome. Saturday afternoon Mrs.'Si ith and Mrs. Kelley spent with Mrs. Kenneth Howard. Mrs. Jessie Tupper of Edmonds was a weekend guest at the Dick Tupper home. Susan Tupper is spending the week with the Bill Chrisman family in Tacoma. Sgt. and Mrs. Alan Tupper of Boise Idaho and Mr. and Mrs. John Tupper of Aberdeen and Mrs. Jessie Tupper were Saturday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dick Tupper. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Bradberry visited Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Bob Turner of Bay Shore. They are vacationing from Arcata, Calif. Matlock Grange meets this Friday night at 8 p.m. Pinochle Club meets at the Grange Hall Aug. 7. Colorado. Evelyn had a good visit with her son Harry and wife Patty, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Pierce of Hoodsport, and their three children Harry Jr. IV Kent and Erik. Then she was off to Atlanta, Ga. for a one month visit with her daughter Judy and husband George Hunsinger and of course their five month old baby girl, Amanda. Vicky Velkov returned home Sunday via United Airlines after a month's vacation with her grandparents in Lynwood, Calif. Vicky was pleasantly surprised to find the family's pony tied in the yard and wasted no time in getting acquainted with him. Vicky found California too hot and too smoggy and said she had no desire to move back to their former home in Artesia. She visited Yosemite Nat'l. Park, Lake Tahoe, Crescent City, Nev. Disneyland, Knott's Berry Farm and Marine Land collecting souveniers for her brothers and sister all along the way. Vicky also traveled to Fresno and Ontario, Calif. to visit with aunts, uncles, and cousins. Dick and Evie Allen and girls traveled to Sutherland, Ore. over the week-end for the two day loggers show. Dick took a cash award in the chain saw and choker setting competition. Just two weeks prior, Dick took first place in the Springfield Loggers Show and returned home with trophy and check for his outstanding achievements. Done O'Neil accompanied her Saint Bernard 'Rosebud' to the Seattle Kennel Club Dog Show held in the Exhibition Hall last week-end. Rosebud, despite her young age, pleased her mistress again, as she took second place in the female open class. Mr. and Mrs. John Dorn have purchased Carol and Olaf Brukett's cabin at Minerva Terrace No. 2 and are in the process of moving with hopes to get settled by Aug 15. Mr. and Mrs. Brukett have moved to their new home in Deming, N.M. David Bloomfield is visiting this week with his friend David Winger who lives in Skokomish Valley. A special meeting of the Hood Canal Federated Woman's Club will be held at their Potlatch The noon Clubhouse today. picnic lunchon will/l : potluck and weather permitting, members will adjourn to the canal beach in front of Mrs. Frank Crichton's home. Members of the Busy Baker's 4-H club enjoyed a potluck picnic at Potlatch State Park Tuesday. They practiced food judging in preparation for the 4-H Home Economics Judging Contest to be held in Shelton Friday. Members of the Hood Canal Hi Riggers 4-H Club are making last minute preparations for the Environmental Workshop they will be attending on Aug. 1 1, 12 and 13. This annual conservation workshop sponsored by the Washington State Federation of Women's Clubs will this year be co-sponsored by the Washington State Federation of Garden Clubs. :et Sound National Bank The hometown bank. GG ens By ANITA DUGGER SKOKOMISH - All was quiet on the news front in Skokomish Valley the past week. Most gardens are starting to grow but it is doubtful if there will be a good showing of vegetables for the Fair. Chet Rosenberg plans to harvest his next year at this time. Fishing had been poor according to the Crossan fishermen. Late haymakers were stopped by a thunder shower Saturday, welcome break after those hot days. Mrs. Ed Taylor was called to Hoodsport late Thursday night to open the hardware store for the Forest Service. A forest fire broke out and there was a run on the store for fire fighting tools. Artie Tozier and Pat Harvey will be home soon for a months leave from their jobs in Hawaii. The boys went over in November, worked for room and board for two months and finally got into Woolworths in a six month on the job training program. Even Tozier left June 14 to be with his brother and will return with him. He has sent home many pictures ort2ae Islands. Mrs. Claude Dugger, Consumer Affairs Chm. W.S.F.W.C., attended a meeting in Seattle July 27, called by Verne Gibbs, Ch. pro-tem of the Governor's Advisory Council on Comprehensive Health Care. Slick paper booklets were passed out summarizing a report on health Post Offices Get Certificates Post Offices at Hoodsport, Lilliwaup and Union won "Pride in Excellence" Certificates in recognition of the exceptional manner in which these postal facilities are maintained. They wvre awarded by Fred Huleen, Regional Director of the West Region of the U. S. Postal Service. Postmasters at these offices are Betty Goodpaster, Faith Evans and Wanda Nilson, respectively. The examination previous to this award was quite extensive. One of the postmasters remarked her office had received the "white glove treatment." It includes cleanliness, appearance of the building, appearance of the grounds, and appearance of the employees. problems of the needy as gathered by a committee in February 1970. The publication and data gathering was supported by Administration Grant No. 90146. Gibbs says they have statistical reports from as far back as 1967 waiting for Federal Grants to match State funds to get them published. Son Carl and his wife Margaret met Mrs. Dugger at the ferry terminal and all had lunch at the Polynesia restaurant. After the health care meeting Mrs. Dugger and Carl drove out to his home to see'the grandchildren. Julie 2% was missing and was found two blocks down on Rainier Ave. with another baby girl and their dog, going down to the Health Dept. to get their dolly a shot. They had crossed two residential streets. The annual family reunion of the Howard Fuller family met in the Grange hall at McCleary Aug. I. Around 35 attended including daughter Joan Hunter and family. Jim Johnson, wife and baby have moved into the Bob Tobey home in the upper Valley. The Skokomish Community Church will have a picnic at Potlatch Park Aug. 4. Ed Berger and wife from L.A. have come to spend a week with their cousins, the Don Ragan family. Gordon Ragan was home long enough to change his clothes after a siege of fire fighting in the Hoodsport area and now has been called to continue the battle of the blaze in the Wynootchie ! is forest. Greg Hunter spent a week in Toppenish with Stanley Johnson then Stanley Johnson came home with Greg and spent a week here. Next week Joan Hunter takes Stanley home, alone. The best of friends must part sometime. Pat Dugger and family celebrated his wife Marilyn's birthday Aug. 1 at a dinner in Mom and Dad's home in the Valley. Grandson Davey got sheared. Darrell and Donnie lost their shaggy locks the week before. Grandma don't 'llow no long hairs around here if she can catch them. Sad to say, Bourbon the crow has left for parts unknown. I called on my Pavel grandchildren but nobody was home except Bourbon. He landed on the top of the car and wouldn't get off until I pushed him off with a stick. He scolded me soundly and then flew off with a couple of his own kind. If anyone sees a crow with a broken beak around the Reservation, please don't shoot him but tell him, all is forgiven. II ell Located At OLYMPIC HWY. SOUTH and CASCADE on HILLCREST Electronic Tune-ups * All Major & Minor Brake Work Lee and Union Tires * Lubrication 7 a.m. - 10 p.m. Monday thru Thurs. 7 a.m. - 1 1 p.m. Fri., Sat., Sun. WARREN JAGNOW, OWNER The view of Oakland Bay and Mount Rainier is worth the asking price, but the owner will throw in 23.6 acres on the eastern end of Capitol Hill just north of the Shelton Yacht Club. A new, easy-access road services the property, which is offered by a private party. You can believe your eyes -- This is 23.6 acres of view property on Capitol Hill, Shelton, for just $20,000! Contact John Kneeland Kneeland Center, Olympic Highway North, Shelton Telephone 426-4889 LAYAWAY FOR $3.00 DOWN PURCHASEI REGULARLY $50 THE SWINGING LOOK FOR BACK TO CAMPUS... Give your fall wardrobe a practical new look and your budget a big lift with these sensational coat values. Ready for wearing back to school. We show three of four sharp styles. Shades of red, brown, camel, green and many more. 80% wool and 20% nylon in sizes 8-18. BUY NOW ON LAYAWAY OR OPTIONAL CHARGE Thursday, August 5, 1971 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Page 15