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October 28, 1971     Shelton Mason County Journal
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Limerick rm nng f men Grou LIMERICK - A proud for Mrs. AI (Patti) of St. Andrews Drive Thursday night at of the Kitsap-Mason Association attended ban 40 members from South Kitsap, and Port Orchard Fire Patti, one of three of Station No. was presented of her firemen's Knight of District No. 5, Limerick is affiliated. Who is only four feet quarters inches tall, got suspenders (the firefighter who- has also Club property, all owners and the completed her training and club house properties received received her uniform is Mrs. substantial reductions in theirfire Floyd (Patsy) Jones, also of St. insurance policies when we were Andrews Drive North. The other accepted by Fire District No. 5. woman recruit is Mrs. Pat Wells of We now come under a Class 8 BaUantrae Drive, widow: of the rating by the Washington late Dr. Robert Wells, first captain Surveying and Rating Bureau of the Lake Limerick volunteer which regulates the insurance group, rates." There are also two teen-age Volunteers meet at the utility volunteers, Wade Paradise and Pat building across from the Gronseth. clubhouse or at one of the other Capt. Glenn Robbins of three stations every Tuesday at 7 Tipperary Road heads the group p.m. for fire training and first aid of 12 volunteers. "We would be classes. All have two-way radios in delighted to have other their homes so that the other volunteers, be they men, women stations at Allyn, Mason Lake and or teenagers," Captain Robbins Victor can assist in case of fire in said. "We feel we are performing a this area, much as Lake Limerick Another volunteer group at Lake Limerick was started on its way last week by Jack Clevinger of Lakewood, newest member of the Lake Limerick Board of Trustees and chairman of the security committee. Intended to beef up the patrol now provided by the County Sheriff's office, he hopes to get two volunteers to patrol the lake property each day of the week or a total of 14 in all so that two men patrolling together on a staggered schedule can cover the entire area. "It will provide protection not only for residents but also those with summer homes and the club properties," Clevinger said. So far he has enlisted the aid of five By ANITA DUGGER SKOKOMISH - Mrs. Claud Dugger and Mrs. George Snuffin attended the fall conference of the Peninsula District Federated Women's Clubs in Silverdale last Wednesday. Guest speaker at the conference was Mrs. Edna Goodrich, Supt. of Purdy Treatment Center. The Purdy Treatment Center is the new rehabilitation institution for women and replaces the State prison at Walla Walla. The facility emphasizes personal responsibility. The residents are not required to wear uniforms and many take part in work release prog" an,s. The Peninsula District in the P.U.D. building in Shelton. This is a big sale with give-away prices for one day only. Don't forget, 3rd and 4th degree work at Skokomish Grange hall, Nov. 5 at 8:30. Potluck lunch. The Dugger home was a busy place last weekend with Carl, Margaret and daughters Julie and Connie and big dog Csar visiting. Legal Publications CALL FOR BIDS Seale'd bids for band instruments will be received in the Business Office of the Shelton School District 309, 8th and Pine, Carl did some hunting but didn't see any deer. Pat and Marilyn Dugger and boys were out Saturday then we went up to daughter Dolores Drake's at Hoodsport for a load of cedar kindling to keep the fireplace going this winter. Harold is splitting shakes and shingling his roof. The Teens from the Skokomish Community church enjoyed a wether roast and singfest at the Haldane Johnson home Friday night. Saturday they celebrated Mrs. Roy York's birthday with a surprise party at the Johnsons. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Avene Richert and Mrs. Florence Gendereau celebrated the Johnson's wedding anniversary with a dinner at the Royal Fork in Olympia. Mr. and Mrs. Chet Valley and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Johnson attended a Harvest Dinner in the Tumwater Baptist Church Sat. night. Dinner guests of the Chester Valleys Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Hulbert of Shelton. In the afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Warren Johnston from Seattle dropped in. Mrs. Johnston is the Lecturer of Washington State Grange. Potluck dinner will follow church services Oct. 31 at the Skokomish Community Church. size). Now she can much needed service. Besides volunteers are prepared at allvolunteers. A notice has beencomposed of nine Federated Shelton, Washington, until 8:00 ~ = ~__ ~- a fire call without fear providing round-the-clock fire times to help them. Robbins can placed on the bulletin board in Womans Clubs have as their joint p.m., November 9th, 1971, at rqD''~'9~" ~m~~qm~..~m~q which time bids will be opened L rnp(,rtar t part of her protection for Lake Limerick be reached at home by calling the lobby of the clubhouse for project, furnishing good used and read aloud. ~ Another woman residents as well as the Country 426-6953. anyone wishing to give about two clothing and any kind of craft Instruments are: one Farfisa ! 1 hours a week to help maintainmaterial such as yarn, cloth, Duo Compact Combo Organ, one I security, paints and Leslie Organ speaker -- Model 47, art supplies to the tWoModeltenor615 or saxaphoneScomparable). Prices(King .t I will pay $100.00 for in o m ton that will result in the . ,i,L An adult Halloween dance women in the institution, f r a I will be held Saturday at the Bob Hunter and family frommust be f.o.b. Shelton. t arrest & conviction of the person who shot my dog I ""- clubhouse at 9 p.m. with live Seattle joined his parents, Mr. and The Board reserves the right I1 Annnversary Slated to reject any or all bids or to i Tracy, betweenlaSt Saturday morning Oct. 23 on 7th Street ,Cots & Railroad. Please send information , music. Co-chairmen are Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hunter and visited his waive any irregularities in any bid l Mrs. Doug Redburn of Seattle and sister and family the Justin or bidding. Mr. and Mrs. William Gaffney of Taylors at their home on Oyster By Order of the Board of direct to the Shelton Police Department. Tacoma. Costumes are optionalBay last Sunday. Directors, October 12, 1971. 0 rt~01AIiEARING mountainsSUnday frOmHe east Ofto thea of Olympia were Sunday dinnerand prizes will be awarded for the The Skokomish Grange Secretary Louis R. Grinnell I ~lk0C,- was lucky get guestsat the Lud Rossmaier " l tt0ttse~" - There. will be large mule deer. three couples judged best by the rummage sale will be held today 10/21-28-2t ..... SCOTT E. BENNETT :~, ~Unday atternoon Mr and Mrs William Barneshome. committee. L..m,.qm,__ .... ~ = Mrs. Betty Chillquist and Mr.A new platform for the , 9~.~D~t~.~,..~, t~ 4 p m to honor the ~ Sr s ent several da s at Portland ed " " . . p y and Mrs. Carl Cash and daughter orchestra was erected over the '~ ~l~dl"ng'. taerbertanmversarYBernard Ofat last week. and helped their aunt of Seaside, Ore., and Earl Cash of past weekend in the dance hall at urch. i r~en .... , .,~, Mrs. Lomse Green celebrate her Everett were Sunday guests of I to-ar blaafers ParK. 1he ............ the clubhouse by four volunteer at Wllic- - v,~tn mrtnoay ~rs. L, reen Mrs Max Cash. They all visited club members. Tony Paradise of ve n all friends and ~ ~.~ . " returned with them for a short inMaXAberdeen.Cash at St. Joseph Hospital Ballantree Drive was in charge 1~ b "~ invited, will be visit here ;tel" I~c(airthexr daughter Mrs.We are sorry to report that Mr. and Mrs. David Smith and assisted by A1 Gronseth, Limerick resident, and Doug Redburn and II'~ehl- Max Cash is confined a few days family of Humptulips were Jim Ellis, both of Seattle. t. ~Ft],"e club met: at theat St. Joseph Hospitalin weekend guests of their folks the ~ 'u~ Saturday night with Due to an error in this column -'- .~t'~r~. Felix Braszeau host Aberdeen. Archie Kelley's. ~i~.ss. Six tables of cards Friends here will be saddened Mr. and Mrs. Bill Chrisman of last week the Limerick Inn food ---~q tj~lJ~d, ttigh score went to to learn of the death of Mrs. Tacoma, Mr. and Mrs. John service hours for the winter I~AT a'-~(lY.-_and Lottie Ford, Clifford Waiters. She is the former Tupper of Aberdeen, Mrs. Jessie season were incorrectly reported. _~ .~t~Jarnes-Rossmaierand SandraSueRoderick, daughterof Tupper and Mrs. Sandy They are 10 a.m. to I0 p.m. 805 .9;!!!~:arrles, low score to Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Roderick of Summerfield of Edmonds and Mr. Fridays and Saturdays and 10 Montesano. The Rodericks lived and Mrs. Stan Gwinnett were a.m. to 7 p.m. Sundays. ''"ll:~lll~('"aier and Ann Cash Lake Limerick County Club ...ii~#,1~TisNov. 6 with Mr. and here for many years. The death Sunday evening dinner guests of was caused by an auto accident Mr. and Mrs. Dick Tupper. took possession last week of its ~,'~ ROssrnaier host and near Rainier, Ore. She leaves her Mrs. Dick Tupper was hostess latest purchase, a new red and husband Clifford and two for a pink and blue shower white smallpick-uptruck. Sunday afternoon in honor of Mr. and Mrs. A1 Vien of Mrs. Maurice Dick laughters, Terry, daughters Tuesday and Candice. Their home was in St. Helens, Ore. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Goodburn and family of Shelton and James Rossmaier and girls Brenda and Lisa of Olympia were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lud Rossmaier. atsy of Seattle were guests of Mr. Dick. met at the Grange ~k Wednesday with Mrs. Nellie and Mrs. Melba WIDE Mrs. Alan Tupper of Lake Nahwatzel. The guests were Mrs. Grace Hilliery and Mrs. Sue Hilliery of Lacey, Mrs. Jessie Tupper and Mrs. Sandy Summerfield of Edmonds. Mrs. John Tuppe( of Aberdeen, Mrs. Tacoma, trailer owners in Division 4 were up Friday,mainly to turn off their water for the winter and visit friends. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Dreyer of Seattle recently purchased a lot in Division 3. I0 HO# 'I q 9.A$ , 1725 Olympic Hwy. S. 426-6320 "Ask about our Rain Check!" ANY SIZE One Low Price Blackwa. Plus Fed. Tax ANY SIZE One Low Price Blackwall Plus Fed. Tax I OU well e Turn th ~t vacant lot of e In come 5 Miles South of Shelton on Hwy. 101 at Taylor Towno Thursday, October 28, 1971 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Page 17