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Skokomlsh LD A car, truck occurred a mile north of ras Iniures Local room 7 at the hospital for the next three weeks and is able to have visitors. Joy Inman became the bride Reno, Nev. to honeymoon. The newlyweds will make their first home on the Old Mill Hill when they return. urs ono Way, visited with the Frank Grays and the Oliver Grays of Lilliwaup. While here the Endicott's and their guests went into the ltigh to get a new or renewal subscription on that favorite magazine. Returns from the drive are used in a wide variety of By ANITA DUGGER SKOKOMISH - A party at the Skokomish Grange hall Oct. 9 to honor Eric and Doris Sjoholm of the pretty new school teacher. "I didn't have any money to pay her" Eric said, "So 1 married her." Quinault visited the Bert I)yett family over the weekend. Sunday afternoon they watched Mark Deyette play little league football trapping Kenny of Ed Boling, Saturday evening in Boxes of candy in eight mountains on a blueberry pick, extras for the students, brought out residents and former The Sjoholms have three on Loop Field. Their Christmas i his vehicle, a quiet ceremony performed byvarieties, are on sale the next two making a full weekend. Hood Canal Federated residents of Skokomish Valley children, Fred, Joan and Betty Tree team played Union and tied. and nine grandchildren They are The won their first sea o, shortly and Rev. Wesley Gain, at her parents weeks by Mrs. Merifield's fourth Arriving just in time to help Women's Club will meet Oct. 21st and was reminiscent of our Y : , ' s n game. moving to Desert Sands, Calif Rev Howard S ear !the Marshal car out home. grade class and drill team with last minute moving chores at 1 1:30 a.m. at their Potlatchcommunity gatherings that ..... ' , p , pastor el mr. ana lvlrs, tmester vauey the Community Church has been the front of the Besides the parents, Mr. and members. Proceedswill go to the Mike Kirks, were Tim and Clubhouse. The 2 p.m. programrevolved around the little country Jr. and daughter Linda from helping the congregation at Lake nee free, Kenny was Mrs. Vance Inman and Phillip purchase uniformsfor the 26 Veda O Neil of Sequim, weekend will feature a Wig show. Guests school long ago. !bulance to Mason Boling, the wedding guests member drill team. guests of the Jim O'Neils. are welcome to attend. Hayes Davis played severalPnnce George B.C. visited hisBay to rebuild their church before ttal for treatment of included grandparents Mrs. Harry Recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. October is a busy month for Up on the house top, reindeer songs on his musical saw parents the Chet Valleys over the cold weather sets in as their :en right leg, facial Inman, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Garfield Johnston were Mr. andthe Tiny Tim Orthopedic Guild. paws may be appropriate for the accompanied by his daughter weekend then left for Seattlepresent meeting place has no heat. where they boarded a plane toTheir church burned es. Alexander of Oregon, and Mrs.Mrs. Lawrence Conzelman of To begin with the Hunter's Bake Christmas holidays, but this Hazel Marie Linder on the piano. Hawaii for a ten day vacation. - ..... ~r, Kenny's mom Boling. Mrs. Doug Inman and California. During their stay, Sale will begin at 10 a.m. this Columbus Day weekend saw dogsThere was. group singing and The Valleys have a laundry and [ ,......~_ 'say thanks for theMike, Cinda Laney, and Sam Stella's daughter, June Britton, Saturday in front of Canal running about the roof tops. games. A box of pictures and adry cleaning business at Prince [ ca.I u~tmut J-- ~_/~,F]~ ,rise at the scene of Boling, brother of the groom were invited the foursome to her home Supply. Witn an increase in As the case will have it Harold scrapbook recalled the many George. [ OAK PARK by all and to Dr. also present, inOnion, forsupper, membership from 8 to 20, thisyear Drake yarded his hand split activitestheSjoholmscontributed Ida Johnson and Josephine [ Ad, ann;~'- [J~@',-~ ifl. Immediately after the Sunday, Sterling and Sallythe club will have an ample supply shakes to the root top. via ato the history of the Valley. Cole drovetoYakimaandvisited [ Unit Development ~~ ~Will be residing in ceremony, the happy pair left for Huntingferd of Chimacum, drove of goodies, verticle ladder. Shooing away' Doris, the daughter of the late Mrs. Marie Miller the past week. [ 426-2646 "~Z~/ down to visit the Ron Goes Plans are formed and work curious kids he set about thePerry Jones, told of her first job ~ ~ family. The gals and kids enjoyed will soon begin on the Spook much dreaded task of putting a teaching school in the Phoenix Buzz and Judy Miksell fromJ HIMLIE REALTY, INC.-~ "" ~~ ~~ a picnic lunch and the sunshine at House, another project of new roof on. Logging Co. school and Eric, a ~~ the log dump, while the fellas the club. This year some new Roof that is, not "woof", young Swede logger, who was worked, horrors will be in store for the until the neighbors dogs decided studying for l-tis citizenship. He ~ch._e_s_&_Broz_e_wal$/ The Hood Canal Jr. High girls stout hearted, during the to join him. This did present some couldn't understand the ~~ track team traveled to Stuart Halloween weekend, problenls. Even the dinner bell Constitution so he sought the aid Ie LON. PROTECTIONI.P .... i ~ Field in Aberdeen last Wednesday Saturday, the Dick Scott announcing the Potlatch dinner to compete in a four school track family arrived from Olympia to was ready, couldn't get the dogs meet. The girls competed on a visit his folks Mr. and Mrs. Andy back down the ladder. .Clear. F|#Xib~--lastl/>-~ '1' WIN1 11 V IEATHER grade level as well as by school, Scott. On the way they picked up 4-H Bridges the Gap, was the ,~o~R N,~/Ib~~ [ [ ~"~~i [ with the seventh grade placing Rosey Smith, Delores' mom, in theme carried outat the Mason ~ [[l~~~l ~ [ ~~ l1 { ~ first, ttood Canal School placed Shelton. Dick and Rosey sharedCounty 4-H Achievement } ~~ ~ ~ r* ] ]~ ] NEEDS SAFE BRAKES . third in the overall meet. thelimelight at the birthday Program heldinB'elfair last "~ *",n re' Also in 4 ft, widths~~ [ On the load of girls burst forth in song, Sunday the Scotts were Frances Radtke, for,ner .-, _ I I (,~G,~,,. FLEX-O-GLASS ~l making them heard, long before pleased to see daughter Donna, Hoodsport resident entertained ~_ ~ J I ~gerthanpolyethylene-. I ".'%~,,I ~ .V~