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September 9, 1971     Shelton Mason County Journal
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September 9, 1971

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Gi e rrle ,ece - Loretta to Jerry B. Calif., Sept. 1 at the Gene Lake. Jerry and Mrs. Jesse who were Performed by With Rhonda IWood, as maid Woods of Shelton, as best man. Having enjoyed a surprise shower given by the witnesses in Shelton and a shower at the home of Shirley and Clarence Hicks in Hoodsport, the young couple are having much pleasure getting settled in their home in Shelton. Sept. 4, a reception was held at Holiday Beach Clubhouse, where more than 100 guests enjoyed a buffet dinner and congratulated the bride and groom. The clubhouse was decorated in pink and green and a beautiful wedding cake made by Joyce Scott was the center of attraction. David Kilbourne, Loretta's brother, surprised the family by coming from Missouri a few days before the wedding. He is returning to Missouri by way of California this week. The halls of Hood Canal School came to life with the arrival of 395 students Wednesday. At the end of the half day session members of the Hood Canal Federated Women's Club 86 8 PROOF Sept. 12th - 1 p.m. 18, Box 81 Henderson Blvd. ) (Old Gleason Road) :state of the late Frank Gleason iquipment, Household furnishings, many Pump, new Holland bailer, header r, counters, T.V., refrigerator, rn sets, lawn mower, carbide mixer & wheels and axles, tractor tires , and hundreds of other items. COME ONE, COME ALL NO LIMIT, NO RESERVE Another auction by: E AUCTION Is, Auctioneer treated the school teachers and other members of the staff to a luncheon at the club house. Thirty nine teachers and club members enjoyed the fried chicken and baked salmon lunch and then back to school for an orientation period. Welcome to Carol Lipsky, Billy Smith, Katie Johnson, Evie Allen and Jack Short, newcomers to the Hood Canal faculty and staff. Carol is a graduate of Western Washington State College, is a native of lssaquah. She will be teaching 8th and 9th grade English and 9th grade Spanish. Billy Smith, not to be confused with Bill Smith, also on the faculty, is from this area. He is employed as a full-time student guidance counselor under the federal program, J. O. M., under Indian Education. Evie, a local gal, is a teachers aid for the kindergarten and is sponsored by the J.O.M. program also. Katie Johnson of Shelton, is the new half time librarian. She held the position of head librarian in a large North Thurston Jr. High before transfering. Jack has taken over the school bus run formerly driven by Ida Cush, who retired last spring after many years of service. The Hood Canal Pre-School will be moving into a new home at the Hood Canal School when they start about Sept. 21. Although the class is full at the present time, if you have a child three or four-years old whom you would like to enter into the program, they are making up a waiting list. Contact Barbara Gray for further information. Last Thursday Lavern Kaszyski entered the hospital. A speedy recovery is wished by all, especially her third and forth grade class. During her absence the class is in the capable hands of Opal Shimek. Bees, which seem to be in the news this year, have struck once again. While digging a post hole Jim O'Neil was stung in the arm. can't see it J on it! COurse, see electricity. It is invisible. You can't taste it. Can't feel it, r Shake it, or break it. tot that you can see that results from your use of electricity. Your bill, to keep as low as possible. Our trucks, buildings and equipment, keep neat... Our employees, who are well-trained and courteous are the effects of using electricity in your home. Effects like good ~ce cu nt through TV, radio a~tt- bes . . . hot water.., home entertainme " , and more comfortable home environment in winter and summer. YOu can't see what we produce, electricity provides services and an- have become an indispensable part of your everyday lives. That's electric utility must strive so hard to provide reliable electric service, Urs a day. MASON COUNTY P.U.D. No. 3 Edwin Taylor, President Harold W. Parker, Vice President Jack Cole, Secretary Jerry Saml~les, Manager eremon Being allergic to them, he was taken to Mason General Hospital later in the day for emergency treatment. At the end of a weeks fishing trip, Gary and Joyce Basanko invited Mike and Mary Kirk to return to Olympia with them aboard their boat. Although the weather was wet and the sea was rough, the foursome headed out early Sunday morning from ttoodsport. The wind let up at Foul Weather Bluff and the remainder of the trip to Seattle's Shilsh~le Marina was quite pleasant. They stayed at the marina Sunday night and while there looked up the Catch Moonbeam, which Mary's parents, Ralph and Charlotte Hilligoss once owned. Monday the weather did an about face, turned out absolutely beautiful giving them a very pleasant and relaxed feeling at journeys end. More than 2,000 new tenants have taken up residence at the Hoodsport Salmon ttatchery, making a very lively place at the present tinle. Mostly Pink Salmon, some Kings and a very few Coho mixed in, entered the holding pond to await the egg taking, which starts this week. Several fish were pointed out by Rudy Schwab. with bright blue tags attached to the upper fin. He said the fish were tagged about 20 days before at the mouth of liood Canal. They were measured, weighed and date of arrival is recorded to further studies on the migration of lhe fish. The remodeling of the Zider Zee pond, being done by the Carl Humphrey Construction Co. of Seattle, is nearing completion, When complete, the major part of the year the pond will be used as a rearing pond for the a b o u t-to-be-released young salmon. In the fall it will be used for a holding pond for adult salmon coming in to spawn. The new facilities will make excess handling of fish unnecessary, causing less damage to the fish and eggs. Some 40 friends and co-workers attended a Salmon Bar-b-que, hosted by the Hoodsport Rangers for the Jon Bisson family and summer helpers at the station. Although rain fell in ~loodsport, not a drop fell over' the Altenba'ch oresidgnce, where head chef Harold Drake cooked the salmon over an open pit. During the evening Chaz Reeder sang a farewell song to Joe and the Bisson's were presented with a clock to hang over the fireplace in their new home. Over the weekend the Frank Grays were pleased to entertain Barbara's sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Tim Bramblet and son Jeff of Kent. Thursday evening the Hood Canal Crusaders held a very Homelitd150 Automatic Chain Saw Automatic oiling for bar and cutting chain adiustabte for hght or heavy-duty cutting Automatic all-weather statler for quick 'n easy starting. Automatic one-piece clutch - the industry's sif~ plest, most re,,ab,ec,utc.{ 14 9$' Come in and Manufacturera ;ee the 150 - \ M:::=~c;:;ee(:i, . Norld's best ~,.price with tZ" 1 chain saw value! ~ba, ee~ cha,n j' ,t has all the fea- tures you'd expect 0n more expensive models. MOTOR SHOP 1306 Olympic Hwy. S. 426-4602 ! onore successful rally. More than 50 boys and girls turned out, with the girls edging the boys out in attendance, winning them a slumber party some time in the near future. Master of Ceremonies for the evening was Don Bearden, who will be returning to the University of Washington for his fourth year ece of studies in the near future. Rev. Howard Spear of the Middle Skokomish Community Church was guest speaker for the evening. Punch and cookies were served to the group before putting a finish to a really great evening. Over the Labor Day weekend many former Hoodsport residents e ion returned to the area to visit friends. Ken and Amy Graves and daughters, Cory and Crissie, stayed at their lot on Sunshine tteights. Charlie Barker is the guest of Mr. and Marion Robins for the week. He now resides in Seattle at the Kings Garden. Trouble finding a multi-pu ose oil? Your Standard Man, C. C. COLE & SONS, INC. Can Solve Your Problem He's In Shelton - 426-4411 Standard Oil Company of California Chevron Old Mr. Boston Scotch Old },It. Boston Gin Code = 1536F-$605 Code = 1727F--$4 90 Code = 1536H--$14 70 Code =1727H--$11 70 Code = 1727 P--$3 O0 Old Mr. Boston Rocking Chair Blended Whiskey -:ode = 848 F -$5 1 5 Soda =848~-$11 90 "ode =848P-$3 15 22,: