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September 9, 1971     Shelton Mason County Journal
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,lor'tes has h%s. ( than most, has not been decided his oversize vegetabtes is awed by his accomplishments. His garden contains some unusuat specimens; temon cucumbers that look like yellow baits but taste like cucumbers, only sweeter since they contain no acid, above-ground turnip plants, an "International bean garden" with long purple Italian beans hanging overhead, fat, short Swedish beans growing upright on short plants which grow their own poles and long streaked Oregon giants as well as more common varieties and a multi-colored monkey hat squash which can be stored all winter. Corn, tomatoes, beets, brussel sprouts, cabbages, radishes, Swiss chard are some of the other vegetables grown by the enthusiastic gardener. His zucchini squash are the size of watermelons. One thing for sure; the winter rise in prices of fresh vegetables won't affect Jones or his hosts, the Fosters. i i:>!% THIS CABBAGE isn't even fully matured. Jones expects it to weigh about twenty pounds when ready for picking. HOUSE VANDALIZED A vacant house in the Belfair area was struck by vandals according to a report received by the local Sheriff's office August 31. Two local juveniles later confessed to doing the damage. WATER-SKI STOLEN An O'Brian water-ski in a red, white and blue case was stolen from Richard Davis of Bremerton at the community pier on JONES DIDN'T quite believe Treasure Island according to a it when he was told the report made at the local Sheriff's Italian bean seeds would office last week. grow to plants 20-feet high, ~t~m~i~"t~tH"ttmm~mi~i~m~"tmt~tt~tt~i~t~t~"t~"~m~I~m~t~"~m"~"i~ but he put up a ,20-foot pole --= BONDED LICENSED INSURED ~ "just to see' and sure - " enough, when allowed to GEORGE JONES of the Old Belfair Highway displays the unusual manner in which his Swedish beans grow, upright instead of hanging down like other beans. In the background are the purple Italian beans which spread sideways when they reached the top of their poles. \\ l i~ BELFAIR BUILDERS SUPPLY \\ // VACATION - VILLAGE \ \ // ~OPEN FOR INSPECTION / HOURS: Phone I,> BROCHURES --PRICES ~ SAT. 8 - 2.'30 CR 5-2090 /" INFORMATION WEEKDAYS7:30 - 5:30 " ~'.4~ ' :':,': "~*~':'*..~'~::::" ..... ~. ~&%~.,'. " Tune-ups Minor Repair Work IMobill 24 Hr. Wrecker Service FAIR MOBIL ~ BEL END OF SUMMER SALE EIlCIRIC TIMER Ho., .................... $6.98 ILVERWARE SET ................... $19.99 SPICE glELF ........................... CLOSE OUT ENAMEL t/, Pints ................. 30' Ea. New! In Stock Flecto Varathane In Colors Bank Americard and Master Charge Welcome JESFIELD CONSTRUCTION grow straight up the plant reached within an inch or ERNIE & HAROLD ARIES CONTRACTING BUILDING = two of the top. CR 5-20 _ CABINET WORK 'CONCRETE WORK -=-- 31 8:30 -- 6:00 == Ben Jesfield P.O. Box 11 Jim Jesfield _=-- -- CR 5-2652 Belfair, Washington CR 6-6684 ___-- WELDER FOUND -~~~~~~~~i A tIobart welder was reported ~l~ ~ found in the Belfair area on fly", September 3 according to a report Next to PUD Building At Belfair MOPAR PRODUCTS 4 x 4 Parts and Accessories 9 to 9 Weekdays and Saturdays 9 to 2 from the local Sheriff's office. BLACK PUP FOUND A black dachshund puppy was found near St. Alban's Girl Scout camp Sept. 3 and turned in to the Belfair office of the Sheriff's Dept. Things won't be the same around there until the owner claims him, which deputies and dispatcher hope will be SOON. CR5-3133 CR5-2174 (Editor's note: in fact, they'l probably let ANYONE claim Sunday Emergencies him.) Page 4 - Huckleberry Herald section of Shelton-Mason County Journal - September 9, 1971 @ Frank May COMPLETE ELECTRICAL WIRING And HEATING SERVICE Terms, of course, BankAmericards Welcome Free Delivery G.E. Appliances at Discounted Prices P. O. Box 575 CR 5-2020 JONES OFFERED a taste of a lemon cucumber to Eleanora Fedenk who accompanied the editor on a visit to his garden. HIS CROP of large Oregon Giant beans is examined by Farmer Jones BELFAIR SERVICES SEPTIC TANKS -- DRAIN FIELDS TOP SOIL -- SAND -- GRAVEL -- FILL DIRT INSURED -- LICENSED I:1 K DeMIERO CR 5-6155 Belfair, Wash. HAVE BUYER For Southshore Waterfront Home Will consider any price range Phone CR 5-2433 REAL ESTATE Evenings 426-8813 Sven Gunnerson 4e,pioyment to the ~Icstexn PacWtc. Reynolds, son of Mr. and Mrs. Perry P. Reynolds of Bclfair,. works as a radio operator aboard the Kyes. A 1968 graduate of North Mason High School, Reynolds entered the Navy in July 1968. He is also a graduate of the Navy's basic Electricity and Electronics School and basic Radioman School,. Reynolds was previously assigned to the USS Prairie (AD 15), and at the U. S. Naval Facilities, on Guam. He reported aboard the Kyes in January 1971 for his first cruise to the Western Pacific. The James l-. Kyes operated in the Western Pacific as a unit of Antisubmarine Warfare Group Three. under the command of Rear Admiral James C. Longino, Jr. Other ships of the task group were the San Diego-based anti-submarine aircraft carrier USS Ticonderoga with its embarked Antisubmarine Air destroye~ type ships a._,~e homeported in Long Beach, Calif. and comprise Destroyer Squadron Three. The deployment, the first by an ASW group in two years, p[ovided the Task Group with an opportunity to operate in many geographic areas ranging from the equator to Alaska. The TAsk Group conducted antisubmarine warfare (ASW) operations in the Indian Ocean, Philippine Sea, South China Sea, Sea of Japan, Northern Pacific and the Bering Sea. The excursion into the Indian Ocean was the first by a U. S. task group of this size in recent years, and provided valuable operational .and environmental data which will be of use in future operations. Ships of the Task Group visited various foreign ports, including Subic Bay in the Republic of the Philippines; Sasebo and Yokosuka, Japan; Singapore and Hong Kong. Air Force graduates local servkeman Airman Ted C. Barker, son ofFamily Size Mr. and Mrs. Forrest E. Barker of I Belfair, was graduated at Sheppard 2 AFB, Tex., from the U. S. Air 3 Force medical services specialist 4 course. S The airman, who was trained 6 to assist in the care and treatment 7 of patients, is being assigned to 8 Malmstrom AFB, Mont., for duty 9 with a unit of the Strategic Air Command. 10 Airman Barker is a 1970 !! graduate of North Mason High12 School. His wife, Diane, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Michelsen of 1010 Jamarack Drive, Port Orchard. PICKUP RECOVERED A 1954 Chev pickup which had become disabled and was left on the side of the road about two miles south of Belfair on Highway 3 was gone when the owner returned less than three hours later to recover it. It was later found on the Victor cut-off road, in good condition. SHOPLIFTERS CAUGHT Two juveniles were apprehended by officers of the Mason County Sheriff's department in two separate shoplifting incidents in Belfair's Thriftway on, August 30. They were both released to their parents. Applications are available at North Mason School district offices for free or reduced prices for hot lunches for those who qualify. Reduced prices for Type A hot lunches will be 15 cents for students through grade 6 and 20 cents for grades 7 through 12. Family size and gross monthly income determine whether a student qualifies. Below is the schedule which will be used to determine qualification. Gross Monthly Income Free Lunch Reduced Price $170 $195 222 250 276 315 328 3613 377 427 426 493 470 547 514 600 554 653 593 706 633 759 673 812 BUILDER-BRUCE WHITMAN NEW CONSTRUCTION--REMODELING--ROOFING DECKS--CONCRETE WORK FO RM I CA--CERAM I C T I LE Free Estimates Call CR 5-2196 Collect .-_-_-..._..-..-._--- ~ - - - -~ - -.-_- -_- - - ~-~ -- - -. - - - -~_~-_-~ - %-~ -~~_~ Zenith Color/B & W TV-Radios-Hi-R's CHANNEL MASTER ANTENNAS SERVICE ON ALL MAKES Have Tubes - Will Travel CR 5-6244 HOURS: 10 - 6:30 DALLY -- SAT. ONLY: I0 - i:30 BOAT FOUND A white fibreglass boat has been reported found by a North Shore resident. Owner may contact the Sheriff's Belfair office. I Here Now Shell of the Future Non-Lead IIELFAIR SHELL Radiator Repair Winterize Service Now For Back to School Saving PANTY HOSE Flattering, seamless sheers in Coffeebean, Sunspice, Rhapsody Expert Prescription Service 9 - 7 Weekdays -- 10 - 4 Sundays 9 - 8 Fridays September 9, 1971 - Huckleberry Herald section of Shelton-Mason County Journal - Page 5