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Sch o o I News By RONA HARPER The Girls' tennis team is having a marvelous season this year. Their record so far stands 4-0 with wins over Vashon, South Kitsap, West, and Bainbridge. Gwen Pederson and Joni Slagle are undefeated in their singles matches. Thursday they play at Sequim which should be an easy match for our outstanding tennis team. The school on Friday was once again the recipient of a bomb threat. All students in the Senior High were instructed over the PA system to get the books they would need and report to the gym. After sitting around for a while things got organized and an unscheduled pep assembly for the first home football game against Bainbridge was held. Mr. Angus did his famous "BULLDOGS" cheer which really livened things up. At 1 : 15 p.m. all the students went back to the building for their sixth period classes and the rest of the day was uneventful. One of" the big events of the Senior year is having your picture taken and the North Mason seniors had a photographer from Shelton up for their class meeting to talk about prices and to arrange scheduling. Most of the Seniors are getting their pictures taken and everyone should be done in the next week. The senior class officers are: President - Su Scott; Vice-President - Dawn Anderson; Secretary - Juli Watson; Treasurer - Nettle Reynolds; Sargeant at Arms - Pam HusOp. The Honor Society is tryin| to think up some money-making ideas so if anyone has any suggestions give them to Kathie Johnson. The sign-up sheet for the October field trip to Gonzaga is in the SAC (Student Activity Center) and the deadline to be signed-up is October 8, so all Honor Society members wanting to go, get signed up. The Lettermen's club is selling T-shirts again this year. Show your spirit and support the Lettermen, buy a NM T-shirt. The Sr. and Jr. High combined for an assembly to see Jack Chase demonstrate some of the manuevers of wheelchair basketball. He travels all over the United States showing all ages that it's "Ability - Not Disability" that counts. In the first part of December a whole team of wheelchair basketball players will be coming to our school to play against a team made up of faculty members who will also be playing in wheelchairs. This should be pretty funny so be "looking for a more definite date later. BULLDOG DAVE GUIDI tackles a player from the Bainbridge Spartans during last Friday night's game which North Mason lost 25 to 6. Photo by John Graesch Local man, bride wed in Bremerton Wearing a long white gown with a train and carrying a bridal bouquet of white roses, Miss Sonja Y. Peterson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wallace C. Peterson of Bremerton was wed in an August ceremony to Mr. Stanley E. Davis, son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas W. Davis of the Old Belfair Highway. Officiating at the ceremony, which was held in Our Savior's Lutheran Church in Bremerton, was Pastor Dan Quello. Attending the bride were Miss Cindy Peterson as maid of honor for her sister and the Misses Alice Riechman, Patty Bolman and Sue Olson as bridesmaids. Miss Peterson's gown was mint green under white; the bridesmaids' gowns were lavender under white. All wore large picture hats. Best man, Jim Davis, and ushers, Ben, John and Mike Davis were all brothers of the groom. Tommy Ridgeway served as ringbearer,and Cheryl Halvorson as flower girl. A wedding prayer and the Lord's Prayer were sung during the service by an uncle of the bride, Mr. Lowell Paterson of McVille, No. Dakota. A reception followed the ceremony. The bride is a graduate of West Bremerton High School and attended Cinderella Beauty School. The groom is a graduate of North Mason High School and of Olympic College. Following the wedding, the newlyweds traveled along the west coast for their honeymoon before making their first home in Eurek~ Montana where the groom is serving as a survey technician for the Army Corps of Engineers. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley E. Davis ITEMS STOLEN #~. ..... A 6-gal. gas tank, anchor with ~11~~ ~A~~ nylonline, three rubber bumpers, deep sea rod and reel and a dip ! 24Hr. Wrecker Service i net were stolen from a boat loaded on a trailer and parked in v~ CR 5-2077 Ithe Dewatt area n Octber 3 according to a complaint received by the Belfair Sheriff's office. Card of Thanks HOOD CANAL SECURITY Bur|ler Alarm Systems -Rental Tools St. Rt. 1, Box 556, Belfair Mike Selby CR 5-2976 We wish to sincerely thank our friends for their kindness during our recent bereavement. Mrs. William T. Walbaum and family Page 6 - Huckleberry Herald section of Shelton-Mason County Journal - October 7, 1971 By Rob May After playing a great game the previous week in beating Vashon 20-12, the Bulldogs from North Mason were upended by the Bainbridge Spartans 25-6 last Friday night on the North Mason field. Using aerial warfare all night long, the Spartans came from behind midway through the first quarter to score 25 unanswered points on 4 passes from senior quarterback Pete King to wingback Tom Robertson. King hit Robertson for 25, 30, 5, and 35 yard passes that all went for 6 points. In all, Robertson collected 8 passes for a total of 156 yards. The Bulldogs scored first early in the first quarter, when the Bainbridge team fumbled deep in their own territory. Quarterback Bruce Landram then proceeded to sweep around the left end 11 yards to score. At this point it looked like on enjoyable evening for the Bulldogs, but the next drive by the Spartans tied the score. Senior fullback Don Havens was the top ground gainer for the Bulldogs as he collected 42 yards. Landram was right behind him with 41. In all, the Bulldogs rushed for 104 yards, passed for 13 for a total of 117. Bainbridge had 293 total yards, 232 through the air. Jeff Werdall played outstanding for the Bulldogs at his newly acquired defensive end position. Jack Johnson and Mike Dillenburg also turned in their usual 100% game. Next on the schedule for the Bulldogs will be the Sequim Wolves, who were 31-0 victors over Vashon last week. 8:00 p.m. on the North Mason field. LEAGUE RESULTS Bainbridge 25, North Mason 6 Sequim 31, Vashon 0 Port Townsend 34, Lakeside 0 Chimacum 20, Forks 0 D & G TREE TOPPED, TRIMMED OR REMOVED FULLY INSURED Was Griffey CR 5-2117 Lou Dobbs TR 6-4783 NEW CONSTRUCTION--REMODELING--ROOFING DECKS--CONCRETE WORK FORMICA--CERAMIC TILE Free Estimates Call CR 5-2196 Collect ._.-._......--_..-----.------.-...- ....-_ -.-....-.-..-..-- --- -~ Best Boat Buys 14 ft. Antony w/90 HP a trailer .............. $1195 14 ft. Pacific Mariner w/5OHP ................ $795 14 ft. Glaspar w/35HP & trailer ............... $1195 14 ft. Thunderbird w/trailer ................. $995 14 ft. Glaspar w/trailer ..................... $395 Bank Terms Belfair CR 5-2297 ACHIEVEMENT NIGHT at Belfair Elementary School this Saturday night will bring 4-H members and leaders from all over Mason County. Typical of those who will be honored that evening are Jimmy Huegenin (left) of the Green Acres 4-H Club and Patsy Sharer (right) shown with a mannikin wearing a dress she made and exhibited at the State Fair. She is a member of the Cornucopia 4-H Club. Ding, the Brittany owned by Mrs. lean Clark of Belfair, featured in a Herald story when he was winning trophies and blue ribbons as a pup, is still bringing home honors from dog shows. At present he is only two points short of finishing, with the next open class dog show in which he will be entered scheduled in Vancouver, Wash. Oct. 10. In the recent open class show in Bremerton he earned three points, for winner's dog, best of winners and best of opposite sex. He was handled by John Hand of Bremerton. In a dog show in Portland he obtained four points for the same categories and in Seattle he had received three points for winner's dog, best of winners and best of breed. Fifteen points are needed to finish. Ding's real name is Bar-B Belle's Copper Joe. CALAMITY: Two kinds: mistortune to ourselves, and good fortune to others. Ambrose Bierce Achievement Night for County 4-H groups to be held in Belfair Achievement Night for all Mason County 4-H members will be held at 7:30 p.m. October 9 in the multi-purpose room of the new Belfair Elementary School. A style show, featuring clothes exhibited at the State Fair in Puyallup, will be presented. Also on the program will be Laura Stout, a member of the Agate Tip Tops 4-H group, who will show how to give a demonstration by dem onstrating "lifesaving." Achievement Night is the climax of the old year and the beginning of the new for 4-H activities and co-incides with National 4-H week. Not only 4-H members will be honored during the evening's program; leaders, parents and sponsors will be given recognition for their work. In charge of arrangements for achievement night are Betty Huguenin, Cora Drake and Arlene Fullerton. LOST A PUP? A black and white male pup was found running along Highway 106 near Union on Sept. 30. Owner may locate it at the dog )ound in Shelton. By LENNIA GATES --CR 5-2245 Ted and Virginia Wakefield spent last week vacationing at their place at Bald Point. They didn't brag about the fishing - but who can these days? Now available at the Tahuya Grocery is Booker's Art Calendar; they are $1.00. Proceeds from this calendar help support the North Mason Community Library. Ironically the two sketches included in the calendar by Artist Florence Cady are now historic scenes of the past. The chalet in Belfair was razed and the Rendsland Sawmill at the mouth of the Tahuya River is being dismantled. In the case of the latter site, its story has a happy ending as the mill was purchased by Earl Nelson of Bald Point and is being reassembled on his property at Dry Creek, where it will be operating before long. We've heard of the "concrete jungle" - Candy Sills can verify its authentication. While driving behind a truck laden with HAVE BUYER For Southshore Waterfront Home Will consider any price range GRIFFITH REAL Phone CR 5-2433 Evenings 426-8813 Sven Gunnarson Cast Your "Witchery" Spell With STYX* concrete blocks last week one tumbled from the truck in her direct line of travel. A car to the left and a guard railing to the right made straight ahead the only way to flee(?). The car, built sort of low to the ground, lost its innards by the impact and was totalled out. Guess it just wasn't Candy's day - that a.m. she'd had a fiat on one of four newly installed tires - at least there were no injuries. The Perl Maurers got delivery on their new 24' x 60' mobile home last week. Against their better judgment several beautiful trees had been removed earlier to make room for their new home, but not. all, and they are looking forward to permanent residency here in Tahuya. The Maurers are well known in Bremerton, having owned Perl's Dance Pavilion for many years. Happy retirement ! Frances Huson was treated to a birthday celebration dinner recently at the "Top of the Ocean" in Tacoma. There were thirteen (not an unlucky number in this case) of her family who enjoyed the evening. Frances didn't say how old she was but (are you listening Lawrence Welk?) she said she'd joined the "Geritol Crowd"!! I PURSE STOLEN A purse was reported stolen from the top of a refrigerator where it had been placed during a party at a residence in Victor, according to a complaint filed with the local Sheriff's office Sept. 20. GAS GONE Ten gallons of gas were stolen from a car parked across North Shore Road from the owner's residence. Here Now Shell of the Future Non-Lead BELFAIR SHELL CR5-2921 EAU DE MISCHIEF... splash on and send him spinning. SPELL SPINNING SPRAY... a "keep in Your lair" size and a smaller size to ca r_ry under your cape. CREME FATALE... passionate purple creme to make his pulse race. Expert Prescription Service DESTINY DROPS... in its own litte conjur bag.., to capture his heart forever!!! *(Love potions brewed by witches, for witches) 9 - 7 Weekdays -- 10 - 4 Sundays 9 - 8 Fridays Radiator Repair Winterize Service Now 0 0 0 ,gBI~ "llllm~ 0 "qmll~ ~lm~ ,II1~ qml~ .,imp..i~ O 0 0 ,.ImlP 0 ore By Leo & Margaret Livingston -- CR 5-6421 Barbara Bacon made a hole-in-one. This salient fact seems to have been left out of our last week's story. On the 12th hole at Alderbrook. An event not to be taken lightly. Cat Tales: Mama Cat's grown daughter (Mama Cat is the mother of most of our neighborhood cat problems) some time ago gave birth to five lovely kittens in a prepared place on the Jay Campbell's service porch. However, having an inbred distrust of all people, and being constantly alarmed by the washing machine, she carried three of them off into the woods. Fortunately, the resident Siamese house cat had recently became a mother also and graciously adopted the other two. Came the rains and cold of this past week, and the little mother, in an act of great trust, brought them back again. They had been living in the wilds for five weeks. And they are almost twice as big as the pampered little house kittens. We don't know what it all means. However, they're adoptable. Happy Birthday to Clarence Hedstrom, hardworking Pleasant Cove neighbor. He has finished his summer remodeling project, added six feet to the front of the house and rearranged the inside. Mona Hedstrom is on vacation from her job at Penney's. Jerry E. Kelley, 36, who lost his life in a hunting accident in California, was the husband of Patricia Ann Ori, a former resident of Mission Creek. They had three children: Michael, Matthew and Terri. They had been living in San Mateo where he was employed. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Hayes are enlarging their house adjacent to the Port of Allyn Dock by building a larger house around the existing one. We think this is a , most interesting way of remodelling here, since it reminds us of an oyster enlarging his shell. Mrs. Beatrice Rosenau, known by almost everyone as "Rosie", is finding time during her busy retirement to take care of her new grandson, Richard II, born September 21st to Mr. and Mrs. Richard Rosenau. Tough XX Denim $ 750 Pre-Shrunk ................... Pr.~ LEVI CLASSICS Sta-Press, Heather, brown, blue, grey ........... Pr. LEVI Bell Bottom CORDS .............. Pr, The perfect fit of Levi blue jean bells reproduced in top grain cowhide e e_/3 toe MARY WRIGHT PHONE CR 5-2033 October 7, 1971 - Huckleberry Herald section of Shelton-Mason County Journal - Page 3