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October 14, 1971

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- Grange reminded that next evening is the regular meeting of their The business preceeded by a pot draped the charter Hitchcock last Will be necessary to again this time though, will be joining B of Granges all across also be draping in memory of Master A. Lars died following a for a heart ailment in a Seattle hospital staff e was their most atient, receiving so could hardly keep Club met last With a very small the potluck supper. take part of the turnout since I announcement in Friday falling on of the month I there was still to go. Reid Mitchell a short speech to to his reasons for the school board also invited to of the club this week are Goodwin who from a fall before last. Due some eye glasses see a piece of nt floor, Was working with resulting in her broken and the Lly sprained and badly bruised. not near as bad as both wrists a or so ago though. we're on the news we learned of lorable situation. has been a great at the cemetery Tom Tierney to discover the One of his frequent He enlisted the lrvie Wingert to a very large had bi~en tipped markers that around the toward the State has some new Hahn family, a a five-month renting the mobile home. we add some this column. The family who are In the lower unit , are new subscribers of this week the oldest of their two boys, Kim was home for the day in order to bid his family adieu before he heads for Seattle to enter the Navy on Friday. Kim graduated from Newport High in Bellevue in 1969. Since then he has been working with his Dad who is employed by the Weyerhaeuser Company. Helen Simons and her sister, Dorothy Chapman, and Becky are presently attending a knittihg class in Shelton on Wednesday evenings. The ten week course is being offered by tile adult education night classes at the High School. The Morreson family who have been renting the Sinclair home the past few months this past weekend moved to the Skokomish Valley to make their home. The Pioneer bus this past Monday added a new little student. For little Bambi Olds it was a whole new adventure. Having been a first grader for just a few short weeks thus far and in the city at that coming to ttarstine was quite an experience in itself. But the anticipation of a new country school and riding a big bus was exciting and at the same time a little scary, too. And Ethel Rigney, whose home the new Olds family is currently occupying in her absence, sends a warm and cordial 'Hi' to all her friends from Mich. where she is at the present time. She's enjoying herself and her family, but her good friend, Orvaline Olds denotes a note of homesickness in her phone calls and letters. Buddy Budd made the long trip from Alberta, Canada, where he is presently employed in a meat packing house this past weekend to visit his brother and sister-in-law, John and Alice Budd. About a week ago 1 dropped in to meet and get acquainted with Karla Meacham at her home on the Spencer Lake road. Since I knew the other three candidates I felt it was only fair to meet the fourth candidate. Stan and Annie Yates saw their plans to once again become Island residents move one step closer a week ago last Monday. Late Monday evening their new mobile home wound its way down the new Spencer Cove 'freeway' and was gently set to rest in its new location. The home is 46 feet long by 10 feet wide, There are still a number of things to do before they can make their move back to the island. But at least they got the house moved before the Washington monsoon season set in. Gene Seward is coining along just fine now following his recent bout in two hospitals. He has been outside taking short walks on the beautiful Indian Summer Fall days we've been experiencing here in the western edge of the state. Cindy Bingham gave a pink and blue shower a week ago in honor of her cousin, Kathy Howard. Kathy and her husband, Bill were visiting relatives in the area for a couple of weeks while Bill was on leave from the service in Texas. They return to Texas and then in a short time they'll be transferred to Louisiana. Helen Lammers graciously offered the use of her home for the party for Kathy. Guests included Willa Ann Smith and daughter, Peggy; Thora Seward, Shirley Root and daughter, Sally, Sybill Gillette, MarLY Archer; Pauline Archer and daughter, Nancy, Maxine Waite and Kathy's grandmother, Dot Smith. And speaking of Dot we understand she's confined to Mason General ttospital due to muscle spasms in her back. At this writing Maxine reported she was in traction to correct the situation. Last Saturday Pat l)unlap's brother, Dave llumpbrey and his new bride, Linda, spent most of the day visitng Pat and John. ttc and Linda were married just prior to Labor Day. Prior to coming to the Island they'd just spent a couple of weeks in Canada. l:rom here they went on to Lakebay to call on Pat and Dave's sister. Sunday friends from Seattle, Tom and Lucia Cecil dropped in for a visit with Pat and John. Tom was John's sailing instructor at one time. Later in the afternoon an old Navy buddy of John's, Jack McDonald and his wife and family dropped in fol a brief visit. Jack originally came from Montana. The two guys went through training together and then later found themselves both stationed on Adak Island together. Jack is now with the Highway Department in Olympia where he and his father make their home. Now from the Little Old Schoolhouse. On Wednesday of this week school was dismissed a bit early so that Dr. Glim who is the author of the reading series at Pioneer presented a special program to the teaching staff. Friday the students will have a day of vacation to do whatever they see fit to do while their teachers will have to keep their noses to the grindstone. For the teaching staff it is a professional day for them to attend workshops around the state. LOWREY RENT or BUY on Easy Terms Iohnny's Music Box 205 Cota 426-4302 real Super a I Thurs. - Fri. - Sat. Special. GALLON ONLY WHY PAY $11.25 GALLON FOR URETHANE! OLYMPIC HAS IT FOR ONLY $7.50 GALl RENOIR WALLPAPER by teroy of Paris New selection. Pre-pasted, pretrimmed, vinylized, scrubbable. See this exclusive selection TODAY! by Tone 'n Tique. ANTIQUE KITS Reg.,5.4 ............ NOW $2.25 PAINT THINNER ................... o.Lv Priced as low as .................. $2.25 Pane, SPRAY PAINT Weekender. 98 value .... NOW INTERIOR LATEX .................. ONLy $3.70 Gal. LATEX ENAMEL Regularly $7.00 ....... NOW $4.50 G,,. EXTERIOR ACRYLIC LATEX ...... ONLy $4.70 G,,. WINDSHIELDS NOW -i{VAILABLE AT TREMENDOUS DISCOUNTSI MANUFACTURING. INC. Grangers By DORA HEARING MATLOCK - Matlock Grange will meet Friday night with potluck supper at 6:30 p.m. Those who attended the first and second degree work at Agate last Friday night were Mr. and Mrs. Lud Rossmaier, Mr. and Mrs. Conda Dick, and Mr. and Mrs. I. C. Ford. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Tetreau were candidates from Matlock Grange. Thurston Co. Grange put on the degree work the tableaus were put on by South Side Grange. Pinochle Club met Saturday night at the Grange Hall with six tables of cards. Mr. and Mrs. I. C. Ford were host and hostess, ltigh score went to Jalmer Auseth and Opal Asche; Pinochle to A1 Cash and Opal Asche and low score to Carl Portman and Peggy Cash. Next party wilt be Oct. 23 with Mr. and Mrs. Felix .Brazeau host and hostess. Mr. and Mrs. Hoyt Boyd of Redmond, Mrs. Vernon Johnson of Paid Alto, Calif. and Mrs. Lyman Fellows of Edmonds were egree dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lud Rossmaier. The Sharp children also were weekend guests of their grandparents. Carl Portman accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Portman of Tacoma motored to Wenatchee last week and were guests of Mrs. Bruce Stanley. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Rossmaier and sons of Tumwater were Friday evening visitors at the Edward Valley home. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Valley attended the 4-H Achievement night at Belfair on Saturday evening. Matlock Ladies club met last week Wednesday with Mrs. Homer Adams hostess. The new president, Mrs. Lottie Ford presided. They took in one new member, Mrs. Martin Crabtree. Mr. and Mrs. AI Cash and grandson of Snohomish were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Max Cash. Jack Hogben of Walla Walla and Clifford Olson of Bremerton were Thursday visitors at the R. E. Bradberry home. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Evers and Alberta and Roy of shelton and Mr. and Mrs. Elvin Hearing motored to Battle Ground Sunday and were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Gundersen. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Bradberry spent Sunday afternoon with the Lon Brumfield family of Humptulips. Mr. and Mrs. Le Roy Boothe and son Wade, Mr. and Mrs. Tyler Boothe and baby: Mr. and Mrs. Sandy Bridges and daughter and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lee all of South Bend were Sunday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. 1. C. Ford. EVERYTHING IN nature is a cause from which there flows some effect. Baruch Spinoza ,gmm. ,,im~ ,IIID 0 ,~Rm. ,,lip .iNto, ,1~p .4imj..~ii~ .gmm,, ,~mb ,,IID, .~ qUjb ,,Op ,,INID~ j You Should Know I Thursday dinner guests of Mr. and . . . Mrs. William Barnes Sr. Mrs. Fellows remained for the CLINT WILLOUR weekend. Mr. and Mrs. William Barnes Life Insurance enables a man to redeem the faith of the child and i Sr. and Car] Portman were the child to fulfill the hopes of his Tuesday dinner guests of Mr, and parents. Mrs. Max Cash, ! James Rossmaier and girls I 1717Olympic Highway North t Brenda and Lisa and Mrs. Marge Mohoric and son Brian and Steve, , NORTHWESTERN NATIONAL I Douglas, Kenneth and Nancy t Ph1426-8i39 ' LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY HOmt OFFICt -. MtNNEAPOU$. MINNESOTA A Sharp of Olympia were Sunday "~.I~m.,~t-.l~o-,~..,m..,m-.,J..,,D.,~..~,.,m..,i,...,m..~, _J el Mr. and Mrs. Dave Smith and children of Humptulips and David Davis of Wishkaw were Friday overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs. Archie Kelley. Mr. and Mrs. James Leggett of Central Park were Sunday afternoon visitors at the Archie Kelley home. Matlock Grange lost another member by death when Clifford Combs died at a Port Angeles hospital. His services were in Shelton Monday afternoon. Our ecen ly sympathy is offered to his family. Mrs, Dan Walker and son David spent a few days in Tacoma with her folks last week with the Neal Davis family. Call Us About OAK PARK A Planned Unit DeveloDment 426-2646 HIMLIE REALTY, I ' ~-__-__--Z __- Z---= 2 __- - 2-Z. Island Belle and Golden Chasselas grapes are now ripening on the vine for you to pick. Starting Saturday. Oct. 16. Please bring your containers and clippers. (located near the Hartstine Island bridge) _~&-e ~ ~ee place settingsob~,r,. *~" o . C0 " " "*to~ . 0o? st 0 I1 tznt)Fedoral,.ogt,ol., O ,/"" 17,: g Yes, now you can have your cboice of either of three lovely place settings by famed Inter- national Silver Company FREE, whenever you open o new savings account of only $100 here at TCF... or when you odd $100 or more to your existing account. Start your own complete set now! In either modern Seranata stainless, Camelot silverplato or lovely gold. Then,h time you $25 you have the opportunity to purchase and additional placesetting for only e;;. save It's as easy as that. Stop by any of the three TCF offices and see these lovely placesettings foe' yourself. Then ~tort towards completing your own new set, soon. Additional completer units are also available, of course. Sorry, only one Free Gift per customer, per year, according to Federal regulation. THURSTON COUNTY FEDERAl. SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OLYMPIA -- Home Office LACEY SHELTON Branch Branch 41~1 Markat Square SIS Reilroad Avenue Thursday, October 14, 1971 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Page 15