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October 28, 1971     Shelton Mason County Journal
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October 28, 1971

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CHRISTMAS CHOIR people and a dacron-filled patchwork quilt are among the hand-made items fashioned by the ladies of the David Ray Orthopedic Auxiliary. azaar Louise Bittle has a very special interest in the David Ray Orthopedic Auxiliary, named for her brother-in-law who was once a patient in Children's Orthopedic Hospital. The fund-raising projects of the auxiliary help to defray the expenses of children such as Mrs. Bittle's eight-year-old daughter, Karen, who is hydrocephalic and has had six major brain operations and is now undergoing treatment tickets, is now especially busy with preparations for the bazaar to be held by the David Ray Orthopedic Auxiliary on November 6 in the Union Fire Hall. Home-'baked goodies and white elephants will be available, and there will be a flea market. Christmas items will be featured, and among the hand-mades will be a dacron-filled quilt fashioned by the ladies of the group. Cut a strip six inches wide and 12 inches long, fold to a six inch square and stitch down one side to form a hood. Gather around the head and tie around neck with ribbon. The cape will extend over shoulder area. "Angel hair" may frame her face, and sequins should decorate the muff and the edge of the cap. Trim her hat with ribbon. The robe and the arms for the man are fashioned in the same in Children's Orthopedic Hospital Christmas novelties will manner, but instead of a muff in Seattle. include choir people. To make leave ends open and glue a folded ;5~ "The expense would have ~ #a~ f~re, cut a paper to~el'., card in place to represent a song ~to thousands of dollars-ii~ ittube t6 Six inches in length fifid ..... book. weren't for the auxiliary," Louise o n o n e e n d g I u e a A four-inch by 12-inch strip Bittle explains. Mrs. Bittle and her husband, Jim, have also an adopted son, Arthur, who is three and a half years old. Louise, born in Shelton, lived for six of her childhood years in Wyoming. Her husband is from the Yakima area, and they began their married life in Union, where they now reside. "We are building our home," she states, "and 1 am getting to be quite a carpenter." Mrs. Bittle enjoys gardening, and all outdoor work. "I love to swim," she declares. She bowls in the Housewives League on the Bali's Food Center Team, and her hobbies include cooking, baking, and sewing. She makes clothing and drapes, and she does upholstery. She likes animals and her pet is a Toy Collie-Cocker Spaniel crossbreed named "Sandy". The Bittles are active in the First Baptist Church, and Louise, chairman for the sale of luncheon Insurance on your car, home, business, health lile and every, thing else you value. ROCKY HEMBROFF 506 W. Franklin 426-3357 SA~=CO INSURANCE three-inch-diameter plastic foam ball for a head. Star sequins are used for eyes, a round one for a nose, and a heart-shape for the mouth. Clothing is fashioned of cotton batting. For the lady, cut a double strip seven inches wide and 26 inches long and gather onto tube just below the head, arranging in a spiral. Arms are formed of a strip of batting three inches wide and 18~A inches long, folded to one and a half inches in width. Cut slits in front of skirt and run strip through, sewing ends together in front. A muff, formed of a three inch by six inch strip, is folded over the arms and secured in the back. gathered around the neck and attached to the robe makes a collar. A two-inch by seven-inch strip is attached to the neck to hang down the front for a tie, and a four-inch by 18-inch strip, folded to two inches wide, forms a scarf to be gathered around the neck, crossed over and attached to robe. His hat is a six-inch by 12-inch piece of batting cut into a semi-circle, sewn up the back, and flattened on the top. Top with a bit of ribbon, and decorate the scarf, the tie and the edge of the hat with sequins. Skirts of both figures should be stuffed with crumpled tissue paper to hold in shape. TUESDAY, NOV. 2 For Commissioner - Public Works (Pd. pol. adv. by Michael J. Byrne) New Arr Mason General Hospital Mr. and Mrs. Edwin C. Roller, 1313 Cota St., a girl, October 20. Mr. and Mrs. Steven Valley, 924 Thomas St., a girl, October 24. Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Todd, 2136 Laurel, a boy, October 24. Mr. and Mrs. Willard Barnaby, Rt. 2, Box 59, a girl, October 26. Jennifer Jill was born to Mr. and Mrs. Bill Sloan of Burlington on October 13. She joins a three-year-old sister, Lisa. Mrs. Sloane was formerly Ginny Welton, born and reared in Shelton. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Welton of Sitka, Alaska, and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Loving of Shelton. Social Planned The Mason County Democrat Central Committee is sponsoring a dance and midnight box social at the Fair Grounds Recreation Hall Saturday night. Dancing begins at 9 p.m. with the Walt Allen orchestra providing the music. Ladies are asked to bring a box lunch to be sold during the box social at midnight. The event is open to the public and admission will be $1. Too Late to Classify FOR SALE '61 Volkswagen sun-roof with rebuilt 1965 40 H.P. engine. Good transportation, $400 or best offer. Phone 426-2768. S10/28tfn 1966 FORD pickup, 352 engine, Vz ton, good condition. Will trade. Phone 426-8716. C10/28-11/4 FOR SALE 1965 10'x50' Nashua mobile home, furnished, good condition. Phone 426-6054 or 426-6198. $2,700. De10/28 1955 INTERNATIONAL dump truck, good condition. 5 spd. plus 2 speed. Tires 10:00 rear, 9:00 front. Hoodsport 877-5345. S10/28 COZY WITH view. You'll like this 3 bedroom Angleside home on over ]/z acre plot with lovely view of Olympics. Only $10,750. Who'll get it? A. Roy Dunn 426-4447. D10/28 FOR RENT large 2 bedroom house with garage, downtown. No small children, $80. References required. 426-2387. N 10/28 GARAGE SALE! At Totten ~h.ores, ,~turday artd.,~n(la~,i ~ ;, aKe Arcadia, Lynch or C~e road to Totten Shores sign, follow signs. Antiques, household items, clothing. 426-8375. H10/28 WILL PAY any price for return of Irish Setter, "Zep", lost Shelton, Oct. 8th. 426-8369. Z10/28 '69 AUSTIN equity take over few last payments. Phone 426-3244 between 5-6 p.m. W 10/28 MUSCOVEY DUCKS for sale. Phone 426-8780. C10/28 16 GAUGE shotgun Winchester pump, $40.00. Phone 426-4530. O10/28 '55 KENMORE cabinet sewing machine. Needs clean-up and adjustment. $35. Hoodsport 877-9239 after 4 p.m. WI0/28 EVENING NEWSPAPER boy wanted for Mt. View area. Phone 426-1206 after 6 p.m. W10/28 Student Of The Month Allen Bragg Service Chief R. A. Knight, of Fire District Five appeared at the Shelton City Commission meeting Tuesday evening to ask the Commission to consider the proposal that the City Fire Department provide a one fire engine response to those areas of District Five, which are adjacent to the city. He proposed details be worked out in future negotiations, stating his appearance at the meeting was for the purpose of getting things started. Virginia Martig Is Delegate Mrs. Virginia Martig, 409 Oak St., Shelton, has been elected delegate to the national convention of the Baha'i faith in April, 1972 in Wilmette, Ill. The election took place at the recent western Washington Baha'i convention in Seattle. The Baha'i faith is an independent world-wide religion whose main tenents include the belief in one God, one religion and the oneness of mankind. Mrs. Martig earlier this year returned from a pilgrimage to the world center of the Baha'i faith in Haifa, Israel. Weekly meetings of the Baha'i faith, open to the public, are held each Tuesday evening in the Martig home. Knight told Th~ hoped negotiati0n~ opened immediately District 11 (Island about the same basts the city, in Johns Prairie the Island Lake Fire ~'. The general contract would Shelton De other case the Department, engine to make a fire and District 5 Engines to back engine, With this areas involved excellent fire benefits of premiums. Knight P( agreements to the mutual which already departments. Mt. Saturday, O( (: Stated comn~ Lodge Alex E. smi Arnold L. His teachers find Allen Bragg dependable and capable, and he was selected by the carpentry and metal shop class to be honored as the Rotary Student of the Month. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Bragg and he has an older brother, Stan, a Shelton High School graduate. As a senior, Allen will study civics and practical math, and he plans to attend a vocational school. He will make carpentry his career. Bral~g has participated in Rifle Club and in American Field Service and he is a member of the Explorers. He assisted from October 13 through October 15 in the search for the missing boy, Kelvin Coots. "I'11 continue to help," he says. Allen works at part-time jobs, and his hobbies are hunting, fishing and hiking. His pets are a cat and a wire-haired Terrier. He was born in Shelton on September 23, 1953. Daily, Monday thrU Served until 9 a.rn. ONLY Open Daily: 5 a.rn. Phone 426-1861 Located on Olympic Hwy, N. at Kneelan FOR Position 2 Join us in supporting BOB KRAMER who is working actively for the best interests of the schools of this district' Dick Brewer Marvin & Norma Anstey Andrew & Shirley Beelik Dave & Dana Thacher Max & Mary Ann Folsom Dave Dunnington Bob Erhart Margaret Ness Richard & Sue Buchholz John & Shirley Gray Guy & Lois Powell Kenneth & Delores Gray Dick & Norma Engen J. Paul Everett Karl & Della Sears Martin Reintjes Jack & Barbara Webber Howard & Ann Wick Jerry Salisbury Larry & Mildred Starr John & Fran Luhm Larry & Gail Frey Cal Poe Wall & Jo Ewart _ .,io Y -. nl la" Lloyd & Mary va i John Keith Bennett P te & Stma ZoPl s J en & Tig Hufnailord erry & VickY FAnde# Roy & FlorenCe John & Judy Stone Jim & Pat Tostevin : i' ! (Paid political ad by Citizens for Kramer, GUy Powell, Chairman) SAVINGS ASS0 OLYMPIA" Page 8 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Thursday, October 28, 1971