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August 26, 1971     Shelton Mason County Journal
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August 26, 1971

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The Labor Day he Island is a :and this Once again place at Hall on of Labor Day 3wn way the amount of the ~eason of fun Once it is the arrival of college to most of us rut for the or so. And hOol, the activity is the opening 1st past several is once annual event. will be Walt Allen Band from gals from ~d club this the other Would like the way of during the )u gais are and would contact or myself only too that for a lProvements Hall so we 3re dances. this last week. really on this a party about Knight 1. Bus and hot the first Mr. eachers to and Tuesday Gardener folks last Mrs. ~ter and Dan eXas, arne the ane and er Wood ~ending a nts the Party was Ly at the :kerville 83rd. lng were 50 and )le for ng, Wy. S. g ompl eight months were very disappointed. And I sincerely offer my most humble apologies to all concerned, Andy and Charlie Glaser along with Pauline and Ike Carlson, whose party turned out very nicely in spite of my goat. Thanks to Ike and Pauline's niece, Adella Dwyer, who was able to get an announcement in the Journal when she learnedthe Harstine column would be missing. It seems this red-faced reporter accidently picked up the wrong set of papers and delivered them to the Journal office. The news I delivered was the carbon copy of the previous week's news. However, the party was a success and all present wish to thank the two hosts and hostesses, Pauline Carlson and Charlie Glaser and their spouses, Ike and Andy. Several friends donated their time and efforts to make some mighty enjoyable music for dancing and listening. The guests all brought something for a pot luck supper. All in all it was a most enjoyable evening which friends of the two couples are beginning to look forward to each year as it is fast becoming an annual event. This past weekend the Chuck Bridges traveled down to the Harbor to attend a baby shower for their nephew and his wife, Ken and Chris Bridges who are momentarily anticipating the arrival of a new addition to their family. Saturday, with all their small-fry visiting various relatives, Chuck and Mirja drove up to Seattle and were the guests for the day of Gar and Hilda Williams at Longacres. Although, the Williams' horse, Jest Hildy wasn't scheduled to race that day they enjoyed watching the races and had a wonderful lunch with Gar and Hilda at the Clubhouse at the Track. We were sorry to learn that Gene Seward had to enter Mason General Hospital early last week. For a while it was feared that he might have to be moved to Seattle for surgery for his leg which had no feeling, but after several days of medication the feeling was returning and he was looking forward to being able to return home before too much longer. Loads of get well wishes have been expressed by your Island friends and are speedily being sent your way, Gene. By the time this column is being read, the ground breaking ceremony at the Gibler's Cove Inn now owned by former Island friends, Bert and Grace Campbell, will be history. The aforementioned ground breaking was for addition to be added for more room for dancing which their newly acquired license will provide for at the Resort. Grace also added her list of lost (by the public) and found by Bert and herself is growing day by day. She now has three watches, several blankets, towels, shoes, etc. which can be claimed if properly identified. Bill and Mary Helen Gortz and their three children arrived here last week for a vacation which they are dividing between Mary Helen's folks, Helen and Everett Simons on Sunset Hill and Bill's Morn, Esther Gortz on the southwest side of the Island. This past Saturday Bille and Mary ttelen took their youngest small-fry, Mathew who is two going on three into Shelton Saturday for a baptizing ceremony at the Methodist Church on Mt. View. They were joined by the grandparents and or Bill's sister, Bernice and her family along with Dorothy Chapman and her girls. The Bill Gortz family and Mary Helen's folks also took a campout trip and fishing trip up on the Elwa river near Port Angeles, Rain which was eagerly accepted by the natives rather dampened the whole camp trip for the out-of-staters however. Down at the Hitchcock home at Ballow "although John and Beulah weren't there their place was put to very good use. Their son, Lyle and his wife, Marlene and their two girls, along with the Philip Chapman family from Pickering and Vi and Les Johnson of Olympia and part of their family gathered for a get-together which they hadn't done for an awful long time. Even though the outing was dampened by rain it was a very enjoyable get-together for all concerned. Down at the Glaser home this past weekend the whole dad-burned family gathered together for a big wing-ding. All the brothers (four) and sisters (two) and their families gathered at their room, Celia Glaser's home at Ballow for a family reunion. Ike and Pauline arrived here for their annual vacation early this month. And as always their summer beach cabin has been a busy spot. First off their tong time friends, Bill and Pauline Robbins and daughter, Kathy, joined them for about a week. They had a pickup and camp-trailer for their accomodations. Bill and Ike first met each other when they were in the service together back in the late 1940's. The Robbins are from Sacramento, Calif. and headed back toward home Monday so Kathy could get ready for anothe,- year of college. ance Most every evening there had been a large crowd gathered around a cozy beach fire for lots of friendly conversation and song-fasts. Ike's brother, George and his wife, Clara from Potlatch State Park have been out several times. And their sister, Catherine and her husband and a son and his friend traveled to the Island. Several members of the Glaser family have dropped in to chat. They include Andy and his wife, Charlie also up from California and Bud Glaser and his friend, Helen. Dick and Bonnie Glaser dropped in one evening having paddled down from Ballow in their new canoe. The Otis Dwyer family brought their camp trailer over to Ike and Patdine's beach place about a week prior to the California couple's arrival and stayed on through the week they arrived. This is all but Otis and oldest son, Paul, who both worked during the day and then joined the rest of the family in the evenings. And there have been many, many others dropping in to say 'tti', many of the callers are old friends that date back to when they and lke were growing up on the Island. Others are new friends made in recent years since they've acquired their property here. And missed are Monica and A1 Pridham who have always been a part of the beach scene when the Carlsons are here and who have now moved down to Arizona. Wilbur Jacobson returned to work Monday of this week after a long unintended vacation. In May Wilbur fell while he was prtming some trees around his mobile home and broke an arm. At first the doctor predicted he could return to work around the middle of July. However, the arm took a Mr. and Mrs. Morton Dove of Olympia, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Borst, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Yost, and Mr. Joe Peterson of Shelton, Mrs. Clifford Ford of Lake Nahwatzel, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Brehmeyer Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Brehmeyer Jr. and Elizabeth and Ira, Mr. and Mrs. I. C. Ford and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Rothrock and children. Mr. and Mrs. Morton Dove were guests for the weekend at the 1. C. Ford home. Sunday visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Tyler Boothe and baby of South Bend. Randy Lewis of Shelton spent the weekend at the Robert m Trimble home. Mrs. Avis White of Oakville is spending a few days this week with her cousins Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Helin. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Bradberry attended a picnic dinner Sunday at the home of R. B. Lowe at Bayshore. TO SELL YOUR HOME Call 426-2646 $ 3 WAYS TO CHARGE 78 series Low profile Looks great! 7 rib tread pattern* Range of sizes Low profile for stability, 7 rib tread pattern for mileage and traction. 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One of these was up to Staircase at the upper end of Lake Cushman in the southeastern corner of the Olympic National Park. Here they spent about three days. This jaunt was followed by one down to the Columbia where they traveled along the River on the Washington side to Carson. Here they spent a few days and nearly melted in the sweltering heat that pervaded the area during their stay. Coming back they crossed the bridge of Gods and entered Oregon. At Longview they crossed back to their home state. Then they drove to a spot near Ft. Chinook State Park where they had a glorious view of the Astoria Bridge. Here they camped before heading for home along the coast. Last Thursday Lila Peugh's sister and her husband, Elizabeth and George Nelson accompanied their daughter, Jean and her husband, Jim King who are still practically newlyweds, having just been married last spring. Also along was Jim's mona, Mrs. King from Bremerton. Jim and his mona, especially found it a most memorable day. For they enjoyed some fishing, clam digging and gathering oysters, followed by a beach fire upon which they cooked some of the seafood they'd gathered that day. John and Pat Dunlap have had a busy summer keeping their various art items made up between the various Art and Craft Shows they've been attending. Their first show this summer was at Edmonds and then they returned home to get some more items ready for the Lakewood Show in Tacoma. Then it was really a race to get ready for the big one at Bellevue. From there they headed for Anacortes where they talked to several of Ted and Elsie Nesses' friends. At Friday Harbor they ran into friends of Erik and Flo Christensen. In between they've both had their folks here for visits. John's folks, Bill and Helen Frank from Great Falls, Mont. were here for a few days the first part of July. Later that same month Pat's folks Ed and Jodie Humphrey came from Moses Lake. Shelton Lodge No. 2467 meets EVERY WED., 8:00 P.M. 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