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August 12, 1971     Shelton Mason County Journal
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CHINA DISHES on sale at last weekend's Flea Market caught the eye of Mrs. Elsie DeFreece of Sumner (left) and Mrs. Dorothy McCarty of Vancouver, Wash. The DeFreeces are building a home at Victor. A FLEA MARKET CUSTOMER found something she wanted at the table staffed by members of St. Nicholas' Altar Guild. ! COLLECTORS OF OLD BOTTLES found a treasure mine at the table staffed by members of the local Historical Society. Here Floyd Williams visits with a customer from Portland, Ore., Mrs. Doris Krupp. ODDS AND ENDS were found on the table sponsored by Masons. Here Kirk Crosier and Dale Ison, both of Bremerton, looked over some tools which interested them. i: JUST CHECKING UP to see how business was at the booth run by the WWI Auxiliary, Martin Tare looked over some of the merchandise offered for sale by his wife, left, and Mrs. Marian Deck. CLOTHES DONATED by the Clothes Line to the Chamber of Commerce booth at the Flea Market were sold like hot cakes by Katherine Brown. Free Indian program to be presented here D LICENSED INSURED -:= A program of ,ndian history, - JESFIEM:) COI Ii TRUCTION - legends and songs will be presented in the multi-purpose ---_: CONTRACTING " BUILDING room of the new Belfair -- CABINET WORK CONCRETE WORK = ----- elementary school at 7:30 p.m. ~ Monday, August 23. -- Ben Jesfield P.O. Box 1 1 Jim Jesfield Tune-ups Minor Rep :ir Work ~ Presenting the program will be --=- CR 5-2652 Belfair, Washington CR 6-6684 I o b"] , Mrs. Hazel Pete of the ChehaliSwho will her authentic i|. 24 Hr. Wrecker Service tribe, wear il..I..I...I..I..lll...ll....lll..ll..m.lll...l|l...ll||l.|l|.l|...I.II..||l.l| ~ ~ Indian garments as she sings and (:It 5-2077 drums war chants. Basketry is one of her specialities and she will explain how the baskets were BELFAIR ***MOBIL once used, as well as how they are made by the Chehalis tribe today. ~!i~.~i~i~i~i~i~i~i~...~!!i~i~.,..i~i~;~i~.~..:~.~`~.~t~~~`~`~~.~.~.~`~..~ Besides Chehalis handicrafts, Mrs. Pete is familiar with the ,,,---------'---------fi,irCl~n.~,rs ....... wo,~ of many other tribes, as she has studied and lectured about them for 37 years. Her career as a lecturer and teacher started after and Gorst Sub.$tatmn her graduation from the Santa Fe, New Mexico Institute of CR 5-6110 ES 3-2785 American Indian Art. In addition to her lecture 1 Week Only For pick-up & delivery at UNION leave name and number at Union Tavern. New Emerson-DuMont 1 23" color picture tubewarranty, 1-yr. fac- == tory service, Reg. $519 ....... Now Remote control, 2-yr. picture tube war- 1-23" color ranty, 1-yr. factory service, Was $825. Now .......................... w/t 1-18" color was.. .................. .ow $' Used 23" Zenith swine, ase, ,e-con it,one," ...... s75 Used 19", Portable b,WExpert, l,ghty uSe.servicerental..... On$|O0 i E~':~ ALL Major Appliances ~ L'S ~ CR 5-6751 BELFAIR tours, Mrs. Pete has taught Indian handicrafts at different colleges in Washington and Oregon. The Indian program will be sponsored by Timberland Regional Library as a finale to their summer reading program, this year featuring Indian stories and named the Skookum Reading Club. Children who have completed reading ten books this summer and have received their Skookum certificate will be honored at the program. All adults and children in the area are invited to attend. There will be no charge, said Mrs. Elizabeth Gatlin, local librarian. The program will last about one hour. i Piiil ilULTY;; I Waterfront ] Mobdo Home ! 12' x 60' with expando living room, approximately 50' Iowbank, bulkheaded waterfront, Panoramic view of Case Inlet and Western exposure. Just $16,500.00. | !, "'' ,o. ,,,~,,k.'! i CR5-2407 or 857-2121 ARRIVING DAllY NEW Fall Dresses, Pant Suits Sweaters Jumpers Teen Hand Bags # MARY WRIGHT e e PHONE CR 5-2033 August 12, 1971 - Huckleberry Herald section of Shelton-Mason County Journal - Page 5 Page 4 - Huckleberry Herald section of Shelton-Mason County Journal - August 12, 1971