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October 21, 1971     Shelton Mason County Journal
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mixed up apple tree of the Frank Burr on the shores of Inlet is trying burst into bloom produced a Fannie Burr. Kings, hung like of grapes. We used Props to keep the zinnias in a of colors grow of the pink house, fill the s; but when winter end to outdoor Burr is never at a :to do. a pianist, and her bass viol. All five are musically for man, years in their younger Mrs. Burr played tlly for dances Washington. to sell from 300 to the old McCleary the depression IIIIIIIIIIU[ begin thinking - time to start gifts, the s, centerpieces, and here in the column you week complete THERE'S ALWAYS ROOM making something instructions areJewelry Tree. local people Oregon until they came to this of mind, area in 1955. Their children live their hands, and t their information, in the state of Washington, ;1~ a handicraft idea within a day's drive. They have call Jan at the grandchildren and eight IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII hard to do," as pianist and on drums tor banjo and a to complete the Veterans has in Dryad, near up there, and schooled and she met and a logger took California and Begins Yet enroll in the currently a.m. until 11:30 in the Shelton SPOnsored by the Association Sarah Tostevin, of many types S. great-grandchildren. Fannie Burr is adept at all sorts of handicrafts. She makes hooked rugs from strips of wool, and her quilts of scrap material include both patchwork types and those made in a precise pattern; she knits and embroiders and enjoys all sorts of needlework. She works with tin, fashioning from cans intricate flowers which are mounted as bouquets on wood to form brilliant plaques. In addition to the pair ornamenting her own wall, she has made ten, others, so far, for her grandchildren. Each requires a month's work. Strikingly beautiful is her Jewelry Tree. "It's more than a decoration," she explains. "It's a sort of Friendship Tree, and it's loaded with memories." Her work of art stands 32 inches tall, including the lazy-susan upon which it rests, and the diameter at the base is 15 inches. A bracelet circles the top, with a brooch at the very tip. A long necklace is draped around the bottom of the tree, Officers Elected To be installed on November 4 are new Yacht Club officers elected on October 7. They are Clint Willour, Commodore; Bob Myers, Vice-Commodore; JeanKimbel, Rear Commodore; Bob Watson, treasurer; Cay Smith, secretary; and Bill Mallows, board member. IIIIIIIIIIIIIII rtg News illllllllll BANTAMS Gordon Mike Gordon (~ame: Cherie s: Jill Barnes- rn No. 8 9-3; no. 11 8-4; no. 4 7-5; no. 9 6-6; ,m no. 3 5-7; no. 6 3-9; 3, Debbie rn no. 120, 3.5 0, Jill 8 3, Jeff 3, Steve 0, John 1, Jim 4 2, Mike 11 3, Dan 6 0, Don 3, David no. 3 0, Joe ~arne: Sharon "~e r ies: Virginia "ime 14-10; ); Bob's 7-17. "ley Stites Sharon ae 0, Marlis larmacy 4, WEAR Tuxedo :e Guild To Meet Georgine Reed Orthopedic Guild will meet at noon on October 22 in the home of Mrs. L. Kenneth Henderson. LUNCH DINNER Jewelry for one more gem on Mrs. Burr's tinsel-fashion, and just above several necklaces, all different, are arranged in the same manner. Covering the black velvet pyramid are all sorts of jewels, many donated by friends and relatives and most of them bringing to mind a story. An antique amethyst lavaliere calls forth a tender smile. "My husband once gave it to a girl," Mrs. Burr reminisces. "It was someone he knew before he met me. When they went their separate ways, she returned the jewel, which he then presented to me, but I never would wear it. However, it found a home on my Jewelry Tree, where we both enjoy looking at it." To make a Jewelry Tree, purchase a cone of plastic foam or make one, in any size desired, from close-meshed chicken wire filled with crushed copies of The Journal to hold it in shape. The wire cone should be wrapped in several layers of scrap material before covering in velveteen. Mrs. Burr believes that upon black, jewelry is displayed to best advantage, but any color could be used. Wrap and fold. the velveteen smoothly and pin in place. Long pins with white glass heads are used to attach the individual pieces of jewelry, which may include cuff links, tie tacs, tie bars, lodge pins and military insignia as well as women's items. Fannie Burr prefers not to glue the pins to the jewelry, as she often removes certain items to be worn, and she frequently rearranges them on the tree. Clamp-type earrings may be used along the seam of the covering without damage to them. She suggests the placing of the tree upon a lazy-susan base in order to turn it as desired for a varying display. "It's easier to work on it that way, too," she states. Her own large Jewelry Tree holds hundreds of pieces and is the result of years of collecting. FIRST AND RAILROAD AVENUE SLtELTON, WASItlNGTON 98584 Tele.: (206) 426-8277 COME AND SMORGASBORD COFFEE SHOP Now Serving ....... $1.25 Including Coffee & Dessert Serving 11:30-2:00 p.m. ...... $1.95 Including Coffee & Dessert Serving 5:00-8:00 p.m. CHILDREN 10c a Year to 10 Years old. Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner Menus Also Available. 'ROUND THE Today, Thursday, Oct. 21 Rotary Club luncheon, noon, Ming Tree Cafe. Toastmasters Club, 6:45 a.m., Timbers Restaurant. Slimette Tops, 7 p.m., court house annex. Port Commission meeting, 8 p.m., court house. Hood Canal Woman's Club, 11:30 a.m., Potlatch clubhouse. Shelton Nimrod Club, 8 p.m., clubhouse. Mason County Democrat Club, 8 p.m., PUD auditorium. Multi-service Center board meeting, 7:30 p.m., at the center. International dinner, 6:30 p.m., United Methodist Church. Sarah Eckert, 1 1 a.m., Grapeview Fire Hall. Candidate Night, Bordeaux PTA, 7:30 p.m., at the school. Bazaar & Bake Sale, 9 a.m. - 4 p.m., PUD auditorium, Eagles Auxiliary No. 2079. Friday, Oct. 22 Chamber of Commerce board meeting, 7:30 a.m., Hy-Lond Inn. Ruby Rebekah Lodge, 8 p.m., IOOF Hall. Georgine Reed, noon, home of Mrs. L. Kenneth Henderson. Mason County Senior Citizens Council potluck dinner, noon, 2nd & Cota streets. Saturday, Oct. 23 Salty Sashayers, 8:30 p.m., fairgrounds hall. Sunday, Ocf. 24 Shelton churches invite you to attend the church of your choice. Monday, Oct. 25 PUD No. 3 commission meeting, 1 p.m., PUD conference room. County commission meeting, 10 a.m., court house. Shelton Bridge Club, 7:15 p.m., PUD auditorium. Goodwill truck in town. Phone 426-4847 for pickups. It's About Time Tops, 7 p.m., County Health Office. Tuesday, Oct. 26 Kiwanis Club luncheon, noon, Timbers Restaurant. City commission meeting, 8 p.m., city hall. Moose Lodge, 8 p.m., airport hall. Degree of Honor family potluck dinner, 6:30 p.m., Memorial Hall. Eagles, 8 p.m., airport hall. Mason County Credit Women, 7:30 a.m., Timbers Restaurant. Eagles Auxiliary, 7:30 p.m., airport hall. Christmas Workshop, 10 a.m., Library. Dirt Dobbers work party. Meet at 10 a.m. at PUD building. Women's Faculty Fellowship wine-tasting party, 8 p.m., home of Marie Grinnell. Wednesday, Oct. 27 Christmas Town Tops, 7 p.m., multi-service Center. Mason County Hospital District Commission, 10 a.m., court house. Beta Zeta Chapter, ESA, home of Mrs. Glenn Sowers. IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII Wendy Nye Bowling News IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII 309ERS Men's Hi Game: Frank Willard 198. Men's Hi Series; Frank Willard 538. Women's Hi Game: Dot Ridout Linda Hart 173. Women's Hi Series: Linda Hart 451. Standings: Don't Bees 17-7 Misfits 17-7; Recess 15-9 Detention 131k-101k; Repeaters 13-11; Flunkies 11-13; Rithmetic 11-13; Professors 11-13; Latecomers 11-13; Redin' 10-14; Scholars 8V2-151&; Dunces 5-19. Dunces 0, Ole Anderson 425; Professors 4, Larry Lyle 504; Don't Bees 3, Don Anderson 435; Redin' 1, Mike Brandt 474; Flunkies 0, Del Abelein 396; Misfits 4, Darrol Martin439; Repeaters 3, Frank Willard 538; Rithmetic 1, Tom River 450; Detention 0, Floyd Jackson 502; Recess 4, Bob Owens 487; Scholars 1, Ed Foseide 444; Latecomers 3, Rand Peterson 487. h School Spotlight "I plan to work for a year after graduation," says Wendy Nye, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Nye. "Then I will decide whether or not I want to attend college, l may go into nursing." Wendy was born in Shelton on September 14, 1954. She has an older brother, Dan, a Shelton High School graduate. Among her studies senior English holds a slight edge as a favorite over typing, civics, Home Economics and drill team. She is a Science Club member, and has held the presidency of the group as both a junior and a senior. She has for three years participated in the American Field Service, and she is a member of Honor Society. In her sophomore year she was a Z Club member. She was secretary last year of the CYO. I'm also involved with Inn Quest," she declares. "I am very interested in it. It's a great place." Reading and crocheting are among her hobbies. She likes to snow ski and to walk and enjoys all outdoor sports. She is fond of animals, and pets of her Cole Road household include two cats and a dog. Miss Nye is employed at Chris' Ice Cream store. EVERGREEN TRAVELETTE Women's Hi Game: Donna Coleman 193. Women's Hi Series: Donna Coleman 530. Standings: Aberdeen Rec. 11-5; Tumwater Lanes 11-5; Harbor Bowl 8-8; So. Bend Bowl 8-8; Lima Lanes 7-9; Harbor Lanes 7-9; Timber Bowl 6-10; Coles Bowl 6-10. SIMPSON RECREATION Women's Hi Game: Jackie Eichhorn 196. Women's Hi Series: Jackie Eichhorn 526. Standings: Shops 15-9; Loaders 14-10; Loggers 11-13; Railroad 8-16. Railroad 1, Marge Witcraft 455; Loaders 3, Clara Erickson 464; Shops 1. Vi Fisher 402; Loggers 3, Jackie Eichhorn 526. QUALITY FEEDS at LOWEST PRICES1 Wash. State Approved Permanent Anti-Freeze Gal. We Build Pole Buildings to Your Specif cationsI at FARMERS Closed S. 1st Sun. & Mort. 426-4373 (District 309) VOTE NOV. 2 (Pd. Pol. Adv. by Citizens for Kramer, Guy Powell Chmn.) Prices good only on Monday, 0ct. 251 Long sleeve shirts and ankle length drawers. Regularly $2.50 each ................................ NOW EACH Pull-over style with short sleeves. Regularly $5.00 NOW . . . . . . . , . . EACH OR With cable stitch compare to $1.50 ...................................... NOW Nationally advertised brand Regularly $2.50 .................... NOW PAIR OR Pants OR Tops .................................NOW Reg. $10.00 Ea. PANT AND TOP 8 New '71 Chevs Vegas, Novas, Malibus, and Impalas '71 New Olds Delta Holiday Sedan w/ "455", turbo, tinted glass, t t wheel, whitewall tires, radio -- WAS $5042. NOW ONLY Over 50 Used Cars & Pickups '69 TOR INO Sport Coupe w/air conditioning, 302 V/8, 3 speed, radio, vinyl roof -- "69 CHRYSLER Newport Custom HT Sedan w/383 V/8, automatic, power steering, power brakes, 60/40 power seat, radio, rear defroster-- $2695 "68 IMPALA Custom Coupe w/V/8 automatic, power steering, radio -- '68 MONZA COUPE w/4 speed, radio -- '67 DODGE POLARA Sedan w/V/8, automatic, radio, bucket seats -- $1195 "67 OLDS CUTLASS Wagon w/Jetaway V/8, power steering, radio- "68 OLDS "98' Coupe w/full power, including seats and windows, radio. '68 MERCURY Monterey Sedan w/automatic 9ower steering, power brakes, ~ower rear window, radio. '67 IMPALA Sport Sedan w/automatic, power steering, power brakes, radio, radial tires. $1195 '67 MUSTANG w/289 V/8, power steering, cruisomatic, radio. PICKUPS '71 New Chev 3/4 ton 4-wheel drive pickup w/door lock switch, front & rear shocks, free-wheeling hubs, heavy rear springs, 350 V/8, turbo, power steering, 750x16x8 tires, heavy duty battery, foam seat, gauges. WAS $5094. NOW ONLY "71 NEW CHEV 1/2 ton pickup w/heavy rear springs, chrome caps, chrome front bumper, foam seat, heavy duty rear bumper, gauges -- WAS $3404. NOW ONLY '69 EL CAMINO SS w/396 V/8, turbo, power steering, power disc brakes, radio =- '69 CHEV Vz ton pickup w/4 speed, V/8, heavy duty battery, heavy duty radiator, gauges, foam seat, rear shocks, heavy rear springs, front stabilizer, 700x15 tires. '68 CHEV 4 T. pickup, V/8, Turbohydra., radio, 750x16 tires. '65 DODGE 1/2 Ton 6 cyl. 4-speed, canopy, 48,000 miles. "68 INTERNATIONAL 3/4 Ton pickup, 6 cyl. 4-speed, radio, p. brakes, 750x16 tires. '67 INTERNATIONAL 1100 big 6, automatic, power steering, canopy. '56 STUDEBAKER ton, V8 No. 1 Service Dept. PARTS & SERVICE Mon. thru Sat. M.I.C. Insurance Daily Rental Service I li Thursday, October 21, 1971 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Page 9