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November 4, 1971     Shelton Mason County Journal
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November 4, 1971

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TOP SALESMAN of the sixth grade, Tim Lincoln, received a $5 bill from the PTA, presented by Mrs. Barbara Stormo, chairman of ticket sales for the annual Homecoming night spaghetti dinner sponsored by the PTA. Looking on were second place salesgirl, Karen Page, third place winner, Linnette Battles and Ed Amick, whose sixth grade class received ice cream treats for their top sales effort. Between 650 and 700 persons turned out October 22 for the annual PTA-sponsored Spaghetti dinner at North Mason High School according to estimates of the hurried committee trying to keep the bowls of spaghetti filled for the stream of hungry customers. Money collected by the pre=sale of tickets by sixth grade worth and Linnette Battles, $18.75. Students in the sixth grade class of Ed Amick enjoyed the free ice-cream offered by the PTA for the room selling the greatest number of tickets per student. His students sold a little over $83 worth of tickets. An additional $228.85 was taken in at the door during the dinner. students amounted to $329, with On the PTA committee of Tim Lincoln winning the $5 prize ticket sales were Barbara Stormo, / as top salesman for his $22.25 Lynne Smith and Barbara Knight. worth of tickets sold. Runners-up In charge of the dinner was Pat were Karen Page who sold $21.75 Medeiros. Editor's note: Because of the interest expressed by many Herald readers in the letter from Ned Cokelet (attending school in Cambridge, England) which appeared in this paper two weeks ago, his mother, Mrs. Ed Cokelet, has agreed to share another from Ned and his wife, Kathy. Today it has rained for the first time here., just like home. So far the climate is the same as Seattle. We did some cycling around Cambridge this weekend. On less. Right away, Vi, we thought of you. You could truly earn a mint off this stuff in the U.S. Here the furniture is turned in for more modern.., it's not at all thought of as having value. There was a gorgeous piano there for 10 pounds which is $25. It was made to order. It was a small upright and gorgeous wood with no scratches. Has carving on the bottom and on the music stand. Has two flowers with buds of pearl inlays. Also two brass candelabras, one on each side, which swing The Ivan Holms (Better known as Butch and Peppy Holm) The Ivan Holms celebrate 5th weddinc anniversary By BONNIE McGILL The first Pack Meeting of the Belfair Cub Scouts, Troop 513, was held October 28th in the gradeschool. This year there is a new and very capable Cub Master, Mr. Rod Bruner. His past experience in scouting has proved to be a great asset to the troop. There are also four new Den Mothers in charge of the Cubbers this year. Den 1 was taken over by Bonnie McGill. Myrne Jones has leadership of Den 2. Den 3 has Jan Bowmer and Carole Angus is Den Mother of Den 4. Also new this year is Committeeman Mr. Mel Smith and Den Leader Coach Gina Hannah. Webelos will be headed by Mr. Dick MacGeorge and assisted by Mr. Robert Bowmer. These people will be working very hard in this areas' scouting program and any help you parents can give when called upon will be greatly appreciated by all. At the first Pack Meeting, 26 new Cub Scouts were presented and awarded their bobcat pins. This makes over 40 Cub Scouts in the Belfair troop. A very good percentage of the communities' young boys. New cubbers are Ken Freeman, Jack Stites, Kevahn Steinke, Mike Eigner, Douglas Angus, Lowell Blankenship, Todd Bruner, Bradley Byerly, Jeff Byerly, Matthew Davis, David Veitch, Christopher Vetters, Samuel Whitman, Joe Moyer, and Garron Petrick. During the Awards ceremonies, Jack Stites of Den 4 was awarded a recruiter badge for bringing one new Cub into scouting. Also Kevahn Steinke received his Denner stripes for that Den. In Den 3 Kurt Jones earned his Denner stripes and Matthew Davis his Assistant Denner stripes. Darrell Bowmer received a silver arrow point and his recruiter badge. Chris Fetters was awarded Denner stripes and John Norman his Assistant Denner stripes. These boys are all from Den 3. Den 1 has a new Denner who received Denner Stripes, Fred Weyerman. He is also a new Cub in this area. Todd Vaughn was given his Assistant Denner stripes and Randy McGill received his Bear badge, recruiter badge, gold arrow and a silver arrow. Also Den 1, 2, and 3 received a gold ribbon each for perfect attendance of their parents at the meeting. The Webelos Den also had awards presented to the following boys: Keven MacGeorge received his Aquanaut, Athletic, and Citizenship badges. Danny Hannan, Chris Taylor, Dave Freeman and Ed Nelson were awarded their Citizenship and Athletic badges. Duane Bowmer and Robert McKaig. These two boys have earned the highest Webelos badge in Cub Scouting. Webelos leader Dick MacGeorge presented the boys with the Arrow of Light, the highest goal a Webelos can obtain before becoming a Boy Scout. Mr. Dillon Fisher, Scout Master; assisted by Joey Johnson, Eagle Scout, then presented the boys with their Boy Scout ties and tieslides and welcomed them into the SOKINOMO District Boy Scout Troop. Congratulations and good luck Darren and Robert in your journey down the Boy Scout trail. The Scouting theme for October was Fire Safety and keeping with that theme, the four cub dens presented skits and had table displays set up for parents to view. The Webelos had a very active tug-of-war demonstration with lots of strength and muscles shown on both ends of the rope. The next pack meeting will be held November 18 at 7:30 in the Multi-Purpose room of the grade school. Hope to see all of you there. VANDALISM Three mailboxes in the Belfair area were reported tampered with according to a complaint filed in the local Sheriff's office Oct. 23. TREES STOLEN About 250 trees, estimated to Saturday we went south of town. out. The piano was in great shape. Free, Randy Galla, Joe Hannah received his Geologist and be worth $1.50 each, were We ended up cutting across a In the open market there are "Most of his friends had bet Canal. Allen Hedge Kurt Jones Joseph Aquanaut badges, reported stolen from property east farmer's field which first had a several antique dealers..; The money that our marriage would It was Puppy who began theMoore, John Norman, Mark To top off the awards, a very of the Tahuya River accordingtoa ....... dirt road that later became prices aren't at all bad. Can t wait never last six months," laughed small throw-away shopper in ...... , one-bike-tire-wide. We arrived at a until you come and see for Lucille (Butch) Holm last week as Belfair which eventually became Reierson, Lee Schauer Dean special and impressive ceremony report filed with thelocal Sheriff s ~ : . . Smith Kevin Taylor,'Duane was held for Darren MacGeorgeoffice by Harry Curl on Oct. 27. place called the "Gog Magog yourself. Miss you.., write she and her husband Ivan (Puppy) the Huckleberry Herald and until , I ~: Hills." A series of low roiling hills, soon. Kathy and Ned. Holm, told of plans to celebrate June of 1971 he handled the ~~ the highest is 250 ft. At the top their twenty-fifth anniversary advertising for the Herald. His "~ of the highest is the remains of an ,-, ,/ ,a, , ,, - November 13 witha dinner party wife, who is best known in the old pre-Roman Fort built in 335 I~er|a I~ar I ver$ at Myhre's Terrace Room in Port area as Butch, is an active member i, : ~ii ~- ..... Orchard of the Belfair Community Baptist |j ~ f~ B'CAI1 you can see now is a flat to meet November 7 "Pa" w .... e rs old Church and, until her retirement ppy as [iIty y a . in June also, was employee at ]j iN topped hill with a ditch 10 ft. Belfair Barracks 2778 and had never been married and Puget Sound Naval Shipyard xn .... d e e p a n d 2 0 f t. a c r o s s Veterans of World War I and their his friends were sure he couldn't " " surrounding the top. It wascalled Auxiliary will meet Sunday, settle down to married life,"Bremerton. ,Camp Wandlebury. There were November 7 at Belfair Masonic explained Mrs. Holm. She toldExcept for two close friends, ..,.~: :~.: ,,~Zff:~ :':::i .... once two ditches surrounding it Temple for a Potluck dinner at hw quite a number f uninvited he f whm was attendant t/ N~,:~ ! ~~~~~/~!! ~i': ~:~ but about 200 years ago, a man12:30 p.m. A business meeting guests appeared in the churchButch at her wedding, guests for ~liei ~ ~ built an estate there and filed in will follow at 1:30 where plans chapel for the wedding which was the anniversary dinner celebration : '!} .......... one ditch and built a 10 ft. high for Christmas will be discussed, planned as a small family affair, will be brothers and sisters (and / ~N ~.~~/~ ]\ / brick wall about 600 ft. in A short musical program was When the minister, who hadwives and husbands) of the couple However, Puppy and -" ~ ! .... ':':': diameter around it. His manor presented by Mr. and Mrs. Larson been told there would be only a brl e Butch will be at home (the house has collapsed and all that's of Hannsville preceding the handful of guests, told the d " left is the stable area which is groups' October dinner meeting, that the chaoel was fillin~uo, she Holmstead near Sunset Beach) - - - from 2 to 5 p m the following itseff as big as the old Chalet The program was in honor of said they must be in the wrong setartinf lethe large main church a ethat Monday November 15, to offer| ~ ~ ~~~~'~-r~-/"-'--~ ~'~ ,~~.-~-- i ce re wa m cake and coffee to any friends or LO O HUNGRY people turned up for the Sunday we rode along the bride, Ruth ThomaScakeMiller, for sn the s another wedd' gneighbors .... who might wish to stop " ~- ~ --\ |- PTA-sponsored Spaghetti dinner on October 22 at the North Cam River N.E. of town. The whom a wedding had been / ~ ~-~ ~_jr--" ~-:"-2~----__-".-~=-~.~:~ ~ \ / river is very slow and shallowand furnished by Mrs. Martin Tate. evening, house.bY during,, the informal "open / Ik -U2* ~ | Mason High cafetorium, including the group shown above confined by man to look like a Mrs. Miller was initiated as a So the minister went to tell ........... /| ~'~L'~'-'"7_ ~ ~ ]~J~ ~-~:~)~L% ~~ ---~~ /| enjoying the meal offered before the start of the canal. People have punts, canoes, member of the Auxiliary during ............. L, uests at me baturaay mgnt mum ox muir mistake out iouna dinner will include Miss Eva ,f~ i~ .~/V'~/ ~_ ~ ~ ~ ~ l Homecoming football game. outboards, inboards, runaboutsthe business meeting, out that they. were friends, of ............ the ~rnith nf I~.t,,~ne~,...._, .... Ore .-----(who was .-:L~_-7 ..... ~ \, ' / L" ~ and even cruisers on it. We saw All Buddies and Sisters are groom who just wouldn, t beheve attendant to the bride) and Mrs. he was actually going to get ~~ .~.;~EZ-. ~ ~. . BEACHCOMBERS MEET one marina with 35 boats or so. asked to circle November 6 on . ~ Lela Schulberg of Portland, Ore., a close friend of the c pie. ,, Tune-ups Minor Reoair Work ~ Beachcomber Garden Club The river is about 50 ft. wide. their calendars for the Potluck marriee alter all those years - ou f ' ~ - " members will meet at the home of Cambridge actually sprawlsdinner and business meeting of unless they saw it for themselves, Relatives of Puppy who have been so they had come without I Mobil ! 24 Hr. Wrecker Service Mrs. Robert Andrews on Rocky out for quite a ways. Population District 1 at 12:30 p.m. in invited include Mr. and Mrs. 100 000 To be in any one partManet Mason invitations allu Mr ~.. L.,,--,-4~.,m-"J _ ~ Bay on November 11. Election of , . " te's ic Temple. " " " George Holm of Puy p, ~ CR 5-2077 | a treasurer to replace Mrs. Dolly though, you'd think you were m a Members are asked to bring their That was twenty-five yearsand Mrs. A. L. DeSpain of ~ Veitch, who has resigned, will be small New England town. Thereown place service. U held. ' are lots of "Commons" around, ago, November 15, 1946 in the Enumclaw, Mr. and Mrs. E.L. ~ BELFAIR MOBIt~l~ There are grazing fields right in ~ Presbyterian Church Chapel in Kirk of Bothell and Mrs. Edna A report on the "Fall Tacoma. At that time Puppy (asDeritas of Tacoma. Relatives of _'. " "~'..7.-~m v w.=e~.. .... ~ Festival" sponsored by the group town with kids running, people I WaMTl:r~ I strolling and cows, sheep and[ u, lr"l;~r~'R'_~l A I [ he is known to many in the Butch expected at the celebration ~'~t':~.i~ii'~';'."g-~:-'~-"r'~e~~~)~ will be given by Mrs. E. L. Belfair area) was employed by include Mr. and Mrs. D. A. lm'"~"'~''~''l""=~'.m-'l--..D-.,m-.,,=--..~.--,~.,m...,D.,~...,=~ Reynolds, ways and means horses grazing. Must watch where [ --~ .......... [ V Am_ _.e.J_ Of| leg -- ~ chairman. Money raised will goyou walk!! ] ~,,nchedorlon~ I Shell Oil Co., for whom he Williamson and Mrs. Dorothy , NOrth 3nora aefrnn.e , towards a scholarship for a North ... Kathy says... Must I W-~o~entoa/i I worked for thirty years before Thielsen of Eugene, Ore. andMr. comment on the Antiques. I 0ickers with a valid I retiring and moving with his wife and Mrs. William Eyler of ~ Im~qW~BqWllllllbl]l l Mason graduate next June. to the South Shore of Hood Bremerton. 0 Iru ,~..~,:,.,,~ 0",~l_. ,., I~/111~ * nt p, ~ Christmas plans for the Nothing here is an Antique unless I Hf~RVESTING PERMIT [ its over S00 years old, youwould ,get to enhance our frugal v,,,, ....... , ' t i~ ~ / [ I IV J~lVlll, t~ ~,UII#I U! O/11 nl-rl I patients at Allyn House will be think. We rode over to the 2nd i &lira Ever(Ireful I ELECTRICITY KEEPS WASHINGTON CLEAN llI ....... * * il discussed very ~,a~ ~ 7~ . MARINE AIRCRAFT 2-WAY RADIO | . . I o , | Guests are welcome, hand store to see what we could I XLL,,,,a v~,,=,, - I I I 1 Electricity is a clean source of energy. It's clean when | ANIENNAS ~ INTER-COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEMS V dwelling. Beautiful hand-carved I CR5-3112 I / / , ........... | BENSON LAKE BREAK-IN | you make it- clean when you use it. It provides a good 1 tables, hat and umbrella hangers, | I By Faberge -- Sets and Singles I-gb L ILl'- IN:hi- U I " t A summer cabin on Benson marble wash basins for $20 and ~ l environment -- inside or outdoors. Electricity makes to- 1 / l _ Lake was broken into according ..... --_ _- _ ..... ___-_ 'I DAN .IRISH R5-6654 t~ tea rupert filedBelfair office Octoberof the 17insheriff,sthe i- ;;:GLAS-PLY B-0-A-T-S- i BRUlr APHRODISIA WOODHUE in // day's burdensalittlelighter--thefuturea little brighter. // .... .,,.,...m..,.,,...,.,..,,,,....,...,,. ..... "'" q'~ Includeddepartment'two sleeMissingm ba sitemSone / ~ ~ ~-[ COUNTY / 1~l~ll~ll~ll~~l~1~1~111~l~l~1~l~l~l~1~l~l~ll~ll~ ~atte P g g' I 16 to 23 ft. Outboard and Inboard- I Lotion--Talc--Soap--Deodorant - BONDED LICENSED INSURED - cann:y-powered lantern, beer and I Outboards 1972 Models in stock I J and Hair Spray -== JESFIELD CONSTRUCTION _-= _.DENNIS ~ and theladieswholove'ern,,, PAl . NO. - -..L ..... I I SANDE'S BOATS/& MOTORS II Prescr,pt,onEXpe! I!i" ' [ 1 =_: wo. . - ...... . , LFAIR I]I,UG Edwin Taylor President Harold W. Parker Vice President ~. ~poctallzlng ! I I " ~ ' " .~ ~-~ Waterfront and View I = Ben Jesfield P.O. Box 11 Jim Jesfield ---- " I Ser ic 9 - 7 Weekdays -- 10 - 4 Sundays Jack Cole, Secretary Jerry Samples. Manag~ = CR 5-2652 Belfair Washin ton CR 6 6684 --" Belfair Across From -. , cJ - -- "" " Ca 5-2254 Belfalr State Park I / Bank Terms " CR 5-2297 9 - 8 Fridays :m........lllJ....il...l,l.ll...llll...ll.....i.l..Jill.t.t.llll.....i.l..,.i J .......................... ----- ....... - ............................ Page 6 - Huckleberry Herald section of Shelton-Mason County Journal - November 4, 1971 November 4, 1971 - Huckleberry Herald section of Shelton-Mason County Journal - Page 3