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November 4, 1971

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Hoodsport ree In O lan ml a By ANITA DUGGER SKOKOMISH - Attending the Northwest Indian Education Conference in Yakima Oct. 27-28-29 were Anne Pavel, member of Skokomish Tribal Council, Education Committee; Bill Smith, Skokomish Counselor, Hood Canal School; Florence Sigo, Chairman of Squaxin Tribe and Ethel Whitener, Chairman, Education Committee, Squaxin Tribe. According to Mrs. Pavel, the Conference was very well planned and worthwhile, the delegates busy from 8 a.m. Wednesday until adjournment Friday. More than 300 delegates from Idaho, Washington and Oregon were present. Norman Rodgers, 47, of Skokomish Valley died Oct. 30 in Mason General Hospital. He is survived by his wife, Mildred, sons Wayne and Jim Rodgers and daughter Carol Wilder, and two grandchildren. Norm enjoyed camping with family and friends at their Satsop Camp ground and Browns Creek. They all had motor bikes and never tired of riding over the hills and exploring the country. Our heartfelt sympathies go out to the family. Mr. and Mrs. Don Ragan, Marie Ragan and Mr. and Mrs. Jay Needham visited the Gene Jemisons in Aberdeen, Sunday. There will be a Teen Rally at the Skokomish Community Church Nov. 5 at 7:30 p.m. Speaker will be Cyril Stevens, camp counselor. All teenagers are welcome. Third and fourth degree drill team will be at the Skokomish Grange Hall, Nov. 5 at 8:30 p.m. Potluck lunch. Coming up is an oyster stew dinner at Skokomish Grange Hall Nov. 20. Mr. and Mrs. Chet Valley visited the Darrel Harris family in Hoodsport Friday evening. My granddaughters, Mary and Barbara Pavel stayed with me last week while their mother Mrs. Don Pavel attended the Indian Education conference in Yakima. This involved catching a strange bus every morning picking Mary up after kindergarten, making carmel apples, experimenting making things with egg cartons, making a fairy and gypsy costumes for the Halloween party and attending the party and taking pictures. It was fun but now I can go back to watching my favorite programs on TV. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Deyette and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Blanchard attended the S. W. Council Square dance in Centralia, Saturday night. Sunday callers at the Deyette home were daughters Linda Anderson and Judy Mikesell and families. Funeral services for Chuck Biehl, a former resident of Skokomish Valley, were held in Sunnyside, Oct. 30. Chuck, 23, was killed in a one car accident in Haywood, Calif. He was attending college there. Lake Limerick By MARY HILL LAKE LIMERICK - A near capacity crowd attended the Halloween dance Saturday night at Lake Limerick Country Club. The Rythm-Aires of Bremerton provided music and an intermission entertainment. Winners of costume prizes were: First prize, Arlene Jaklewicz and Howard Pike of Seattle, who were dressed as a song and dance team; second prize AI and Patti Gronseth of North St. Andrews Drive, who were Scarface AI Capone and his "Moll"; and third prize went to two "hillbillies," Mr. and Mrs. Chuck McNeil of Seattle. Judges for the contest were Les and Marie Kostyea of Balmoral Way and Karl and Arline Becht of Hoodsport. Fred and Doris Roswald of Balmoral Way returned home Thursday from a week's vacation to the island of Maul in Hawaii. George and Mickey Backus of Tipperary Way had their son and his family, Mr. and Mrs. Gary Backus of Auburn as over night guests last week. Mickey is a new employee at the J. C. Penney store in Shelton. Floyd Jones of North St. Andrews Drive, Lake Limerick Country Club trustee and chairman of the architectural committee, has called a meeting of his committee for Sunday at I 1 a.m. in the clubhouse. A leaking pipe in the bathroom at the summer home of Woody and Madeline lngraham on Stirling Court, which went undetected until last week, caused a near flood. Two inches of water had accumulated on the floors throughout the house by the time Linda Barrom it was discovered by Al Gronseth, , . 1.41ke Limexick~s "'friend in need," -,.= --- ..,~o~m~e~'~ .... who we"n't to eh~e~k ~at~ the Ingraham's request to see if last Linda Barrom, Shelton, is serving as a member of the Student Financial Aid committee at Washington State University for the 1971-72 school year. Miss Barrom is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Barrom, and is majoring in general studies at WSU. week's cold spell had caused the pipes to freeze. A1 cut a hole in the floor to drain the water, and assisted the lngrahams when they came down from Mountlake Terrace over the weekend to move carpets and furniture so the floors could dry out. The Student Financial Aid f C O m m ittee acts as a t I~~'~o~Ab~t ~I~ policy-recommending body cat regarding the granting of OAK PARK undergraduate scholarships by APlanneO I.=k~'~]~ Washington State University and Unit Development ~k~ the operation of student aid 426-2646 ]~II1~[I programs. HIMLIE REALTY, INC.'~ Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Tubbs of Tumwater have begun construction of a lakeside home on Ballantrae Drive. He is an Olympia official of the J. Hofert Company of Los Angeles, the world's largest grower of Christmas trees. It was from the Hofert company that Limerick's developers purchased 240 acres of land including that now covered by water by the two earthen dams in the community - all of Lake Leprechaun and the north section of larger Lake Limerick. Robert Wells Jr. of Ballantrae Drive was badly burned on his face, right arm and back Friday night when the radiator of his Econoline van boiled over and exploded while he was trying to winterize it. Since the motor is inside the van, he received extensive burns from the water and acid in trying to get out of the car. He was taken to Mason General Hospital by his mother, Pat Wells, where he remained overnight. Trouble with fuel lines freezing? Your Standard Man, C. C. COLE & SONS, INC. Can Solve Your Problem. He~'s In Shelton - 426-4411 Standard Oil Cempany of California 1332 Olympic Hwy. S. 426-4522 Formerly Eacrett Lumber Co. IN THE STORE .................. FROM PLUMBING TO LUMBER .............. - We have a few gallons of paint to - Clean Out! Reg. Pittsburgh Oil Base Shako Paint s, oo Pittsburgh Satinhide to-Luster Enamel Mastercraft Interior EnamelColorsLimited NOW Reg. $11.0o NOW NOW Gal. t95 GaL 00 Gal. Used 16' Berry MoOd Garage Door ooo ONLY Remodeling Inside? Let us provide you with complete planning, blueprints and materials. By NANCY BLOOMFIELD HOODSPORT - Sunday, the Eastern Star put on a benefit Salmon Bar-b-que Dinner for the Robert Fredrickson family, who recently burned out. Some 75 guests attended the dinner at the Temple in Union, served by Georgie Miller, assisted by Mrs. Mattie Backlund. Sons and grandsons of Mrs. Miller furnished the salmon and helped with numerous other details. The Hood Canal Garden Club held its regular meeting at the home of club president, Mrs. Ilene L. Ager. Pot Luck as usual and after the meeting work was started on favors for Christmas trees, for the ill. Due to Thanksgiving falling on the last Thursday of the month, the November meeting will be held Monday, Nov. 29 at the LilLiwaup Community Hall. Mrs. Mae Dean and Mrs. Bessie Stollen wilt serve as co-hostesses. Guests at the Jim O'Neils Sunday evening were Doc and Cynthia Clark. Entertainment for the evening consisted of taking the wee folk trick or treating after which the Clark's returned to Poulsbo. Wednesday, Mrs. Paul Smith and Mrs. Blair Navin, long time friends of the Fredrickson family, drove down from Seattle to offer aid and visit with June. The word is Robbie Fredrickson is improving but will be hospitalized for some time. The Johnson youngsters were a Little slow on their treck down Finch Creek Road, trick or treating Sunday, so Tar decided to turn around. Instead, in the rain and darkness she hit a soft shoulder which gave way, dropping her front wheel in a ditch where she sat until neighbors came to her aid. Pictures will be taken by Dean's Studio at the Hood Canal School Friday, grades kindergarten through ninth. A benefit Smorgasbord Dinner will be sponsored by members of the community Nov. 5, 6:30 p.m. at the Holiday Beach Clubhouse. Donations of $2 per adult and $1 per child will be accepted at the door. Anyone interested in participating or donating please contact Gloria VanLaanen at 877-5229 for further information. Dana and Jim O'Neil have Dana's brother Chuck Ferguson of Sioux City, Iowa as a house guest. Mr. and Mrs. Joe McKiel have as house guests Mr. and Mrs. Luther Mulleix from Pe Ell for a few days. The Dick Laney's boast of two hunters this weekend. Son David and nephew Allan Chambers, both got their first deer. When hung with Oliver and Jim Gray's two, they were a real traffic stopper at Hamma Hamma. Bob Bearden brought in a big 2 point buck last Wednesday from the Pheonix grade. Saturday, Jim Reeder and Bill lng both filled their deer tags north of Lilliwaup. Elk season opened with Jerry Hanson coming in with a spike elk. Hunting with Jerry were Jerry Mayfield of Tacoma, Ray Peterson and Bob Smith. Mrs. Clyde Reason traveling Your Standard Man, C. C. COLE & SONS, INC. Can Solve Your Problem. He's In Shelton - 426-4411 Standard Oil Company of California Chevron with Mr. and Mrs. Danny Meeker of Salem, Ore. drove to Reno, Lake Tahoe and San Francisco. The Tiny Tim Orthopedic Guild would like to enter another thank you to a special community. The annual spook house was an even bigger success this year with more than 150 attending. Added thanks to George Riker and the P.U.D. Where else could property and equipment be set up and left in an unlocked house for four days with nary a problem. There were teeners who worked night after night in the rain and cold for just appreciation. The Hood Canal Crusaders held a Halloween Party at the Jr. High multi-purpose room Saturday evening. Your star C. C. COLE Can He's In Shelton" Standard Oil ComiCal. of CalifOflil WATCH FOR RED DOT SPECIALS Great Looksl , Great Savings oa, "BURN" BEACH LEATHER .DARK BROWN LEATHER BITTER CHOCOLATE SUEDE CROSSTOWN What a Look! What Savings! What smarter way to campus and everywhere! Ties and straps boldly accentuated Trimmed edge soles Stitched and perfed with the masculine look for smart femmes. Where you save is important, of course. 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