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October 28, 1971

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Hoodsport Iloween lanne rnin " ~ltMEN YATES Principle Dick Mariotti and became a bit sicker than whatBy NANCY BLOOMFIELD Birthday dues were payed and fork of the Skokomish produced and Janie Hunter were crowned, dancing to, We've Only Just ~ILSTINE_ Well over 200 the Pioneer staff of teachersmorn and dad thought she 'El~!,.are so eager withencourage parents to have their should be if it was just flu. A HOODSPORT A near a Jello dessert was served. Gloria three spike bucks. Frank Gray, laden with roses and carnations B e g u n, t h e m e o f t h e ~*Uon of this coming preschool youngstersandyounger doctor was consulted and he tragedy occured early Sunday Van Laanen won Penny Chance. Wesley Gain and former and presented with an Homecoming. ~tay eve, that they can school children to watch Channel recommended a short stay in the morning when the Robert During Halloween week end Hoodsport resident Burr Toler all autographed football. Sunday at 2 p.m. there will be ~..1e~centrate on anything to 5's Electric Programwhichshould hospital to recuperate from aFredrickson home was totally the Tiny Tim Orthopedic Guildfilled theirtags. The princesses and their a shoot at the Fire Hall for L~ Ooks and such as school be quite helpful with reading, bout with pneumonia. Suzan destroyed by fire. June, awakened will have "Hunchback", as special RoseAnn Gain was home escorts ledoff theevening of anyone interested in archery. ~t~. of this week. The Here"s a little chart from last entered the hospital a week ago by her son Robbie was able to get tour guide through the Haunted from the Dalles, visiting her folks - "~011 to have the best week's bulletin that is quite Wednesday and came back hmethe tw f them frm the blazing Huse' and W s'e ver I I i ~ room for a prize is felt interesting in how we all learn, on Tuesday of this week. building, but Taffy the family pet Thrills and chills are in store the weekend. She is thoroughly ~.~rorn the youngest Using the five senses here is a On Thursday of last week was lost. from 7 to 10 p.m. Oct. 29, 30 and enjoying her first year of teaching ~teta girl to the largest of breakdown percentage-wise of Bert Campbell owner and June and Robbie were taken 31, for a 50 cent donation, in the Dry Hollow School, where I agrade boys.v how we learn, manager of the Gibler's Cove Inn to Mason General Hospital for The guild requests children she has 18 first grade pupils. ~'i'ii~ii! ~fUnandfestiitieswillget1.0% taste, 1.5%- touch; became ill and entered the treatment of burns, smoke under six be accompanied by John Pill returned home inhalatin and shck' Hpefully' parents r ther suitable Tuesday frm three days in I I "6~' i:.~:~!~,ay about 7"30 p m. this 3.5% smell, 11.9% - hearing, hospital. At this writing he was June was released from the chaperones. Yakima where he attended the '~:!ii'!:l "~ SatUrday evening" About 85%- seeing, still in residence at the hospital ii!~ ~M~f8 p.m. there will be a The teachers after reading this where aseries of tests were being hospital on Tuesday. As of The Jim Jaynes family, of annual Washington State "-:2-~,~ 17 0 t~ may be asking themselves are we run to determine the cause of his Monday evening Robbie's Paisley, Ore. spent a long Superintendent Association ~i?~;.-~! ~ ,e costumes. Any condition was serious but stable, weekend with the ken Cards. meeting. i!i!~)~ ~'~i" rnpanymg thekxds talking more than showing?Areailment. Last Thursday, Mrs. John Pill ':" .... ta al we setting a good example by our The prompt response of the During their four day stay they UP 'i~ I~i" 1 preschoolers are Eileen Cruickshank reported = trtan welcome to attend!~2~'" 10te actions?(We can all think about she and her husband, Jack really Hoodsport Fire Department keptvisited with friend and former and Kathy traveled to Seattle, ~ and participate in thethat last one)Actions are what had a marvelous trip toCalifornia the fire contained within the neighbors, where Kathy underwent oral ~,e Parade Later the people see. This is where 85 per recently. They covered most of Fredrickson property. This coming Sunday is the last surgery. The same afternoon Jeff ~F/~s Will retire to their cent of learning takes place,the Bay Area around San Sunday guests of Connie andSunday in the Hood Canal Pill broke two bones in his right Ila~ rooms for games and The Harstine Women's Club Francisco visiting old friends and Lew Atkins were Connie's Community Church key contest,hand. The temporary cast was meets next week Thursday at the all their relatives. Then they went parents, Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Ellis So far 26 keys have been awarded r e pla c e d Tuesday by the .ilYt~ent, and r:dfrt;h~22~So Helen Lammers home, near the on down to Lake Tahoe to 'win a and her sister and brother-in-law to members for bringing in new permanent one after the swelling IMake sure your car is running rl a:~ enCOura .~~tthe schoolr72.~lli ~d gaPher in old ferry landing. The gals will be few and 'lose a few' and have a Sharon and Bob Tupper of comers raising the attendance to subsided. | at peak efficiency by letting m for thel~tlrpose discussing their forthcoming trip very good time. Altogether they Centralia. 108 this past Sunday. There are a Cece and Glenn Liner had Jim | us tune your car now before ;~i~hle the children areover to the Pickering Clubhouse were gone nearly three weeks. With the Atkins little Debbie few keys left. They could be the and Sharlene Kolshinski and little | cold weather is here. Look to ll~'~.arvelous time. v to be the guests of the mainlandA little over a week ago Ruth turning two Monday and Lisa one to open the treasure chest, ones, Timothy and Denise as | us for... Steam Cleaning... |,~leany readers that ha e gals. Also plans for the Christmas and Lloyd Goodwin decided to four tomorrow, you can be sure a Deer hunting perked up this gvests ver the weekend- | Brake Relining . . and Ma~or ~ ~ I ~ elephants they'd careparty that is lurking just around take to the road to see if that few happy birthdays were said.past week with several hunters Tonight Hood Canal Jr. High I Repairs. 'I[~'Lanti donate for prizes can the bend. would cure a bad case of cabin The regular meeting of thereporting good results, plays football in Shelton, against ~tern off at the A1 Nagel Readers don't forget your fever for Ruth following her O.N.O. Club was heldatthehome Larry and Harold Sund spent Shelton Jr. High. The Kiwanis I ~e on the Island or if civic duty to go to the polls next recent confinement at home after of Mrs. Neil Simmons, in Saturday hunting in the sponsored game starts at 6:30 lt;~the mainland then just Tuesday and take an active part in breaking one arm and spraining Potlatch, last Wednesday night. Dunginess area, where Larry shot p.m. ~[11~ ~~ i I a at the school or call your local election. Here on the the other one. On the three day Mrs. Bob Bearden served as a large three point buck. The Home Coming game IL~ Raymond. They wouldIsland the polls will be at the weekend, made possible by a c-hstess" Bill Gdpaster and sns' Bill played last Thursday atHdI ~y ~ I| ~t~e.lcorne and very much HARSTINE CommunityHall. It teacher's workshop day the Lively conversation and and Jim returned from Curlew Canal Jr. High, was followed by a ':) Auto ~ ~e Repann Ft~a good size audience may just be a school election, but couple headed for the Monroe weight watchers in a tizzy over with two bucks. The three point hot dog pot luck supper in the a whole bunch of our younger vicinity and Thunderbird Park for the tempting dishes of goodies, weighed in at 200 lbs. and the multi purpose room. I~all last week, in spite of generations lives could be affected a Mycological gathering. One of m a d e u p t h e e v e n i n g s two point about 160 lbs. It o m ec oming prin c esses,I ,,, 5th & Railroad 426-1424 I ~;~tl hour, for the school by your actions - or lack of the professors who specializes in entertainment Over the weekend the southNanci Dean, Rhonda Endicott ~[~etxhlerlsion of their earlier them. Remember that 85 per cent the study of mushrooms from the I~'.~ month to discuss the of learning and lets set a good University of Washington was ] l~t~tthe bnd issue fr the example s ur new 18 year lds present and acted as a cnsultant l~i! 'T I Ira:. ',e new Shelton High will be encouraged to exercise as members of the group brought MAS COUNTY FEDERAL N r / I their newly acquired rights! in specimens. It was a marvelous la~lls ~n2ply Get well wishes are in order sight for the gathering as over 75 UNIO! ~nts at this time to sell for a couple of friends that have species both edible and non-edible l'." lr their share f the been vacatining (?) in the were available just fr the finding" ~I hospital. Susan Cruickshank And if mushrooms or fungi ~ species weren t your bag if one happened to stop at the Park there was also a group of Audobon enthusiasts. Ruth |~$1 ti returned to her duties at school ates/ ee ng this week. She was ably assisted | by her daughter Barbara Gorham. I ~ II ~, ~ltlt~Y KRATCHA order by LisaWheeler. Ruth had the brain power while I ~~ii Ruthie Nestell led the flag Barb had the arms and hands" i |,SURED| salute. Together they made a great team. VOLUME 2, NUMBER 10 Shelton, Washington OCTOBER 1971 They elected officers. They This past weekend Thora are Vallerie Rains, president; Seward accompanied by her III Vicky Bailey, vice president; Lisa daughter, Shirley Root and Wheeler, secretary; Ruthie granddaughter, Sally Root i Nestell, treasurer; Debbie Eash, traveled to the Ballard area of reporter; community service, Seattle to attend the funeral of ~ ''~"~e! at7 p.m. and chose Candace Lisk; refreshmer~ts, t~v~ Thora's Uncle. Enroute they The Credit Union will ~.['t!~.t~'cS~for their new Godwin; recreation, Judy Hurst; picked upThorassister, Togeand soon be offering a new ~i~-ltelub. telephone, Darlene Nickols; Joy sister:in-law, Sylvia Don of insurance coverage that. ~" l~aclers are Dotty andNestell, special parties; and Leslie Tacoma. At his death Rev. Chris 1 should be of great help to ".~ ~"]Sand.,eeted BilloffiNutt. Boyd, camp chairman. Holmgren was 89 years of age. ! t h e m e m b e r. I t s a '~ tlN~feted "cers. They Members choseprojects. The Following the services the women temporary disability ~ii],en!, Lori Durand;choices were sewing, cooking and of his church served a ham coverage: Here s how it [l~'?ejnt~ Laurie Clark; crafts, luncheon, served by the q~t' Jennie Whitmore; The club had one visitor, Reverend's granddaughters. Later works: 1t the group of gals visited Shirley When you are totally ~::~..~ "~,~aeiflecky Bliner; and Terry Stoner. ,*'~' ~.~.~blanson. The next meeting is in Root's oldest daughter, MollyBull disabled longer than 30 ~,. ~'~etis~gSy Woifll be held on November, reported Debbie Eash. where she and her husband life in ~.~ ,~,, days the IMP Service takes ~;~::" lt'~ .,s,,ay each month Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ray the University district. Sally stayed ~*~*~ ~" ~'~ over retroactively. In other ~?~:'; ~tte -: .... t._en.dmg were Lon Kratcha on the weekend were Mr. overnight with her sister, words, even the first 30 ~,~Uri.'e Clark, Jennie and Mrs. John Cookson and Two weeks ago Bob and ...... ..... .~,]l~:ecky Bliner, Tract Jackie, Jay Cookson, Mr. and Mrs. Elaine Ireland enjoyed a three day days will be covered, and t~l~, Bliner, Chuck John Kratcha Jr., of Silverdale trip to Waterville. They took starting from the first day Mike Clark, and Glen Kratcha and Michael, advantage of Shelia's holiday IMP makes your regular I~'-Wayne Combs, Jim and Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth from school to make the trip. I~gtllNtltt, Willie Nutt, Walter and Mr. and Mrs. George They called on friends, the monthly loan payments for ~l~.~ba?sk project leaders Backusstopped by. Donald Fredricksfamily. you. In fact, IMP makes d 2rUce Combs and your loan payments no ~lsi~eader Marilyn Nutt matter how many times you t /1Ornemakers met are totally disabled and no .. noan.aHeinis matter how long you are l[~lt~e six members and a disabled. For each short-term [~-~ taken to retain the ~thl t or another year. "~~ith ,~ernbers are now ~ae Happy Dolphins tn tor the retarded ~.s~l Noutare. ~N rnas open house ~f~ and a work shop I~' ~,ct. 27. ~(maents we ~l!~'s. re served by ur lassi " ion Right in the lobby of the credit union is a bulletin board where members are welcome to advertise articles for sale and wants of all kinds. You'd be surprised at the number of people who read it, too! If you have an article for sale, or are looking for an item, let your fellow Credit Union Member know about it. It's free, and it works! (5025) IIII Last mouth, even with the help of their statements at hand, two of our members missed $5.00 each. Dennis Renecker, of Renecker Construction, and Orin Baumgart, Employee of the Correction Center, missed their opportunity. However, Florence E. Weeks, a retired schoolteacher, proved her eyes are as sharp as ever, and is now richer by $5.00. Congratulations! |11 I~ ~%tL . ~,~re~lde Homemakers ']~"t~t~ uOStess for the fall gk ~aeeting at the air Ii~1, ~(~?es 4-It club met at ~ '~" /1elen Bakke ~as called to I I .eBd this line" ONE..AREA CODE... PHONE NUMBER rhe~ o dial to lace a Long Distance | ~ e arethe numbers y u " P | r~tll out-of-state. Repeat them three times. If you | ;~ember all three the next time you dial Long Distance, | "h~aeific Northwest Bell will remember you with a ~ndso h call Just dml ONE, the ~',~ me discount on t e " Y(~u II find it all i~ this issue of disability, should you return to work midway between loan payment periods, IMP even makes the portion of the last payment for which you were totally disabled (on a prorated basis of 1/30th of your monthly payment amount for each day of disability). And, for long-term or permanent disability, IMP will continue to make your payments each month until your loan is entirely paid up. (2729) Pre-existing. sickness (those for which you have received or had recommendation for treatment during the 6 months prior to the date of your coverage) are covered, if your disability commences after your coverage has been in force for 6 months. Accidents are covered when occurring after the insurance's effective date. See a Loan Officer at the Credit Union for further information. ung! That's right, you're never too young to enjoy membership in the Mason County Federal Credit Union. Here's one little fellow who's all excited about the Credit Union, although he won't be able to deposit that bottle he's carrying to earn our HIGH INTEREST RATE. Bring your piggy bank, son.., we paid 5-%% last dividend period. (6560) Pictured here is Bernadine Duffey, Office Manager, and Iongtime employee of the Credit Union. "Bern" is starting her 14th year as an employee, and before that she was employed by the Simpson Employees Federal Credit Union. .........-..-...-_-_-..__--.------. It's almost time fo your local Credit Unions to begin the use of the reader board at Skyline Drive-in Theater. Watch for timely and helpful hints. Thursday, October 28, 1971 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Page 19