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i G Nina Bradberry; Chaplain, Mar host and hostess. Seven tables of -Matlock Grange Pierce; Steward, Ira Ford; Asst. cards were played. High score night and took inSteward, Elmer Bradberry; Gate went to Sadie Dawson and Darl members Mr. and Mrs. Keeper, Gent Brehmeyer; Cere's, Goldy, Pinochle to Katherine ~neyer. There were 19 Dora Hearing; Flora, Myrtle Barnes and James Rossmaier and present. Election of Hemphill; Pomona, Barbara low score to Lottie Ford and Max !r the coming year was Brehmeyer; Lady Assistant Cash. Next meeting will be Nov. 20 leers are Master, Lud Steward, Melba Trenckmann; and with Mr. and Mrs. Max Cash host ,~r; Overseer, Robert Executive Committee, Carl and hostess. am; Lecturer, Edyth, e Portman and Duane Hemphill. Recent visitors at the Conda hairan of Women s Pinochle Club held its meeting Dick home were Rev. and Mrs. s, Nellie Rossmaier;at the grange hall Saturday night George WeberMrs. Weber is !, Lottie Ford; Treasurer, with Mr. and Mrs. Lud Rossmaier Conda Dick's granddaughter. ,Jple R, turn From Trip East ' BLOOMFIELD and is expected to be hospitalized a li of bowling, returning just }I)$PORT - Weather, for the next month. June will be before dinner. redictable, showed its staying in Seattle, while Robbie is After dinner an unusual Worst sides to Mr. and there, game of hide and seek was played e Spaulding, on their Wall to wall kids was the word and then on to a group sing ~to New London, Conn. at Dick and Racheal Endicott's before closing Mini Camp for this Cling through the when they hosted Mini Camp for year. 'Mountains they werethe second year. Up and around in a wheel by the beauty of theCamp started with dinner chair after an extended stay in ~lout in fall colors. Friday, with Mrs. Andy Scott in Mason General Hospital, Kenny et. 23, Joe and Alice charge of dinner, serving the 22 Marshal is due for release the wedding of Alice's youngsters from the Hood Canal Saturday. , to Kathy Chapman of Community Church. Games were The Hood Canal Women's rd. While in New played during the evening and Club will hold its meeting Nov. 18 le Spauldings took time then Mr. and Mrs. Bob Jones, with luncheon at 11:30 a.m. The bye local square dances, missionaries from Italy talked business meeting will be followed ~back, they stopped in with the group and taught them by a program featuring gift ~ce, Me where they songs, making ideas for the holidays, li~fhildren, rbin and Saturday, Mr. Bates and Bobstarting at2 p.m. MrsAand Mrs. Jones loaded up two vehicles and P.T.A. at 7:30 p.m. in the drove to the Hood Canal School multi purpose room. ~ere they headed home gym where the kids played volley Jim Reeder is home after a Rawlins, Wyo., where ball and basket ball. With energy month with his band at Maple stranded for three days to burn, they went to Shelton for Falls. now storm No '.ions were available, so 'ldings, pioneer style, Lake Limerick their sleeping bags and :the car An occasional !e care for eats kept 21 Tell Building Plans )0Sened in spite of vaslUarterSannouncedWhen a squarethe During The Past Year [s had a chance to By MARY HILL Jardins, Tacoma, Division 2, Lot :nery and enjoy the last Ptivity. LAKE LIMERICK - A total 271; William Bruton, Seattle, said they had a of 21 applications for building Division 2, Lot 297; Herbert time but it's good to permits were received by the Lake Tubbs, Tumwater, Division 1, Lot Limerick architectural committee 23; Jack Poirier, Seattle, Division here around 300 during the past year, it was3, Lot 9; James Corner, Seattle, neighbors attended reported at the committees Division 3, Lot 122; Richard Fredrickson family meeting Sunday by Jeanne Kling, Seattle, Division 3, Lot Friday evening atParadise, secretary. 141 ; Leonard Thelen, Tacoma, Clubhouse. style menu featuring baked ham, Casseroles, salads azid from the heart to Billie Van Laanen, Irma Hale, Colette Daily, Laanen and Patti instigators, kitchen up committee and Others who donated ld energy. treat to the and especially June, Ir. and Mrs. Tony of the dinner, Salem, Ore. to and Carol were Fredrickson was arday to Childrens )ital in Seattle, Undergo skin grafts. intensive care unit finding oil7 tandard Man, L.EZ & SONS, INC. Your Problem - 426-4411 They include Beverly Bray ofDivision 3, Lot 142; Magnar Bellevue, Division 1, Lot 106; Halstrom, Seattle, Division 3, Lot Robert Fuhrman, Tacoma, 154; Charles Thomas, Seattle, ,,-Division 2, Lot 20; Gregory .~:,Division 3, Lot 158; H~o Heinseth, Seattle, Division 2, LOt i~JHalmer, Seattle, Division 3, ~t 117; R61~ft~O~ll'ri~ll~Bellevu~, l~t '' ' ~"~" "~'- ~408; J~lius~-eaes~x, Botl~l, Division 2, Lot 207; William Des , Divi,s~ion 3, Lot 261 ; Glen Fenstermacher, Auburn, Division 3, Lot 297; Glen Fulcher, Seattle, o,v,s,o 4 9; Vl IV It,-|l I~# Wisewell, Tacoma, Division 3, Lot Telenho 474; Ernest Fisher. Tacoma, n es Division 3, Lot 496; John Santi, It II rlllWiI Federal Way, Division 4, Lot 19; To Operate and John Slade, Seattle, Division 5, Lot 38. Motorists driving over Washington State's Cascade The committee is continuing Mountain passes can now take to send letters to the District advantage of the WashingtonHealth Center, Shelton, reporting State Highways Department'sall violations of the sanitation SNO-LINE Telephone Service code which it has discovered, which offers current road asking that action be taken on all condition reports, violations. These include sink Motorists should, a short time water emptying into the ground, before departing into the some homes with water and no mountain passes, dial a septic tanks, and some with SNO-LINE telephone number at unauthorized privies. these locations: Everett - Mr. and Mrs. Mercer Cresap of 252-3146; Seattle - 464-6010; North Vancouver were weekend Tacoma - FU3-4541; Olympia - guests of the Roy J. Browns of 9 4 3 - 4 6 0 0 ; W e n a t c h e e - Dunvegan Road. NO3-5 1 5 1 ; or Yakima - William Reintjes, owner in CH8-6982. This SNO-LINE Division 2 and a resident of service is offered only in these six Seattle is recuperating from back key cities to help motorists get surgery at the Riverton Hospital. current road condition reports The emergency operation was just before driving over the performed Friday. mountain passes. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Steiger and Road conditions on nine of their four children of Hazel Dell, Washington State's passes are a suburb of Vancouver, spent the brought up to date four times weekend with Mrs Steiger's , each day on tape recorded parents, Mr. and Mrs. AI Hill of . messages. St. Andrews Drive. ** ***t ...... ~~'.,'..$~i:~!~!~ ~!~ ~ ~ ~..'. ~: ::: *: :~:~: .................. ~"-~'~,,~,~:~ ~:'~:'~"~? ......... "~: ::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ,..... .... .y, Nov. 15 t ! ttles * Rocks * Novelties * Flower Arrangements for all Occasions. Located 3/10 Miles from Airport Grocery onithe Spring Rd. s the Time to get ready for Christmas! WE HAVE FANTASY FUR! The newest crea- tion for Crafts, Flowers, Trolls, etc. 5:30 OPEN 9:30 - 5:30 -s0t. Coffee and Doughnuts Monday- Sat. bs Plan Fo ings ! ySC !R?E NgAd C I U supper. This is also the meeting to find at least one way each day present. Ranging from the They are from Seattle. The for the election of officers. Last to show your appreciation and to youngest to the oldest they Webers are waiting for their visas - ' " Friday evening the Marshall give your child encouragement, included John Healey, Ron and to East Pakistan where they will Olsons, Phil Chapmans, Bud Children who have experienced Sue Healey Oust moved from do missionary work for the next GIaser and Glenn Yates this approval at home show up in Idaho Fails, Ida.); Ken and Linda four years, accompanied Mrs. Frances Madge school more poised, more eager, Chase and two children; Robert Word was received here of the to Skokomish to take the Third more willing, more secure in new and Crissy Hammond; Roxanne death of Chester Larson last week and Fourth Degree. situations, and Allen Peck and baby; in an Aberdeen Hospital. The The two Yates youngsters Children who are inattentive, RoIland, Corky, Wayne, Roger, Larsons were former Matlock attended the 4-H Livestock Club distraught, emotional, at school, Rodney, Debbie, Buster, Chris, residents and Mr. Larson was held out at the Lake Limerick are almost always worried about Tim Hammond and Dale Jr. Also Master of Matlock Grange. He Corral last Friday evening. That something that has happened at present for the gathering was leaves his wife Evelyn and many same club will be holding a home to shake their feeling of Jerry Hinchcliff who was home other relatives, rummage sale at the Lincoln Gym security, on leave. Special guest was Mrs. Conda Dick was very this Friday evening. It will be a A child needs some quiet Grandma Cook'. Family pictures surprised by a visit from her son moonlight sale held between 6 times when he can just talk over were taken on the special and wife Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Fiskewold from PengiIly, Minn. and 9 p.m. Donations for this things with mother, father or occasion. Other visitors were Mr. and Mrs. would be very welcome, both. This reassures the child and Ike Carlson, former Island Joe Simpson and family. Mr. and Congratulations are in order gives him a feeling of being resident and summer home this week to Reid Mitchell and w o r t h w h i I e. I t h e I p s property owner here, is home Mrs. Leroy Simpson and family Carla Meacham who are the new immeasurably if children can be from the hospital in Alameda, and Mr. and Mrs. James Blaine all board members for the Pioneer quiet for awhile before bedtime Calif., and is recuperating. of Shelton. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Bradberry School. Islanders are terribly and have a story read to them. He would appreciate cards happy having a representative There is a wealth of material. And and letters from his Island friends. were Wednesday evening dinner from this area. Very hopefully the always try to read on an advanced His address is 1009 Eagle Ave., guests of Mr. and Mrs. Merland Island will attend board meetings level Alameda, Calif. Goodburn of Shelton. Thursday to support Reid and keep abreast Tak~o time to enjoy and Giblets Cove news is that Bert evening the Bradberrys were of what IS' ha_ enm.~oo " ~ to our tax discuss_ t gether all the wonders is now home and gradually dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. dollars, ot nature. Awaken and encourage beginning to feel better. He'll still William Barnes Sr. Both dinners And while on the subject of curiosity in the world about have to take it easy for awhile were to celebrate Mr. Bradberry's the school we'll remind members them. Each trip should be a yet. He would like to express his birthday, of the Advisory Board their learning experience. Take your heartfelt thanks to all his friends Ladies Club met at the Grange meeting that was scheduled for child to places of interest, for their get well wishes, Hall last week Wednesday with last Thursday, will be held this Encourage them to want to know especially to Ted and Elsie Ness Mrs. William Barnes Sr. hostess, eveninz Time is 7:30 p m for the more. The example you set is from the Marina for their lovely Nine members werepresent. They commffteemeetings.- important; if you are.interes!ed plant and also one from the he 1 ictures we and aware of all the mtercstmg all look forward to Christmas Sc o 19"" - re taken ' ", Claude Irwins. (We also noted a Open House at the P.U.D. last week with retakes this weekphases of nature, your child will unique inflated life preserver be b~rthday card that was Building in Shelton Tuesday. for those students that were " ~ ...... There was a hunter lost in the Deckervill Swamp area Saturday. attend the Pickering Party Nov. absent the first time around. Dean Sincerely, . atttograplaea m almost every tiny 17 held in our honor. And a Palmer is the photographer. Tern Barstad , corner.) vernaps next week we can He was found dead around noon discussion of Christmas plans for The following is a letter out . "" " Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Morton Dove ofthe club was held. The weather of this week's Pioneer Bulletin. cover the. paragraph she also ~= =, ._s Olympia and Bob Lamb of even cooperated with a crisp The author is Terri Barstadwrote on the responsibilities of I Imllhlo IMd'h reading teacher It was so 'weli the parent. " IlUUUll[ii I11UI Shelton were Wednesday visitors sunny Fall day. . " - Maxine Waite called to say she at the I. C. Ford home. The Social Club will meet at written that we feel ~t deserves a. I I | ffl .. had received an acknowledgement I engme smoge. Mrs. J. D. Simpson and Mrs. the Community Hall Friday httlDemaOr;Phblri:lntY.Mother from the Children's Orthopedic Flesh of Bremerton and Mr. and evening. Few narents realize how much 1 ' Hospital for the Island's Flower !" Mrs. Herbert Brehmeyer Jr. and Grangers don't forget your ~ood it "does each child to be Fund Contribution made in the I Your Standard Man, family were Sunday guests of Mr. meeting next week on Wednesday =raised for some :ob well done" name of Mi Brassfield. C.C. COLE & SONS, INC. 1-' J , and Mrs. I. C. Ford. evening. The business meeting will some kind or thou,,htful act Tr,~ Recently the twenty-five 1 Can Solve Your Problem. We are sorry to report Herbert be preceeded by a pot luck " members of the Dale Hinchcliff I " " ~' : He's In Shelton 426 4411 Brehmeyer Sr. is ill and is in the family held a family reunion at McCleary Hospital. their mobile home here on the 1 ...... I" amnta Mr. and Mrs. Larry Skokomish aulnaamu, t~ompan, Island. Besides Dale and Audry all 1 of California Chamberlin and children of Port the members of their family were | Orchard and James Rossmaier and t) -- .. t tt girls of Olympia were weekend F,,Ims SI(,I( ,d ~.t S :~,ool ............... guests at the Lud Rossmaier . , t-. AT CAPITAL SAVINGS home. i g Mr. and Mrs. William Barnes F()r Ever, r g ,ho~ qt n Jr. and Mrs. Barnes folks all from Seattle spent the weekend at the By ANITA DUGGER received the third and fourth | Barnes Jr. farm here. Mr. and Mrs. SKOKOMISH - Two films degree at the Skokomish Grange -- Barnes Jr. just returned from a month's tour of Europe. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Smith and children of Humptulips returned L t O their home Sunday' after spgrtding~ a .week with, their folks the ArChie K-elley~s~ ................ Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Kelly and sot~s (,f Seattle spent the weekend with Mrs. Alta Kelly. A surprise birthday party was given to Mrs. Essie Rebman at her daughter and son-in-iaw's home Sunday to honor her on her 79th birthday. Her family came to help celebrate. They included Mr. and Mrs. John Rebman from Union and their son John Jr. from Seattle, Mrs. Slitht and children of Auburn, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Rebman and family of EIma, and their son, George, from California who leaves this week for Vietnam. Mrs. Scott and family and Mr. and Mrs. William Avery and Denise. will be shown in the multi-purpose room of Hood Canal Jr. High School Nov. 14 at 7 p.m. They are "His Land" a picture' :of Palestine and "The Lost Generation". Nov. 15, Ed :'TO t'jesen~ Missionary from Taiwan, will speak at the H.C.J.H. on "What is happening in Red China." At 7 p.m. he will be at the Skokomish Community church to speak and show films. Skokomish Grange will meet Nov. 12 in the hall at 6:30 p.m. for potluck supper followed by meeting and election of officers. Greg Peabody of Olympia got his elk while hunting in the Grisdale area with Dan Ragan. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Mueller have moved into the Irwin Smith home in the Valley. The Smiths, parents of Mrs. Mueller are living in Shelton on Adams street. Thirty one new members e e I ist. & Railroad Ave. * Shelton * 426-8277 Now Has Openings For Lodging The rooms are lovely with wall-to-wall carpeting, equipped with a bath and shower, phones, all utilities paid, controlled electric heat and maid service. The Hy-Lond Inn also has some kitchenettes 'and elevator service. You are welcome to come in anytime and let us show you around our lovely home, so that we may extend an invitation to make it "your home". - R. Darrell Klein Manager hall, Nov. 5. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Johnson from Seattle attended bringing Mintie Ahern, former Valley resident now living on Whidby Island. Mintie was captain of the first drill team when it was organized many years ago. Ethel Ferris of Olympia entertained her four sisters at a luncheon Tuesday in honor of sisters Mary Valley and Ella Johnstons birthdays. Mable Davenport of Tumwater and Clara Hulbert of Shelton are the other sisters. Mr. and Mrs. Pat Dugger and sons and Mrs. Claud Dugger visited the Pete Harvey family of Matlock, Sunday. Hunter Brothers began harvesting Christmas trees on Nov. 1. The trees are very nice this year. BUY IT NOW AND GET: The famed "simple machine" while prices are still frozen. Save more when Congress repeals the excise tax*. And keep saving on Maverick's gas ~1~ economy, long servicing inter- ~F" vals, exceptional durability, q['~l' V *It Congress appzoves the excise tax cut, it will be refunded to you directly by the manulacturer. Nobody beats your Northwest Ford Teem 2804 Olympic Hiway North PAULEY, INC. Shelton, Wash. Thursday, November 11, 1971 -Shelton-Mason County Journal- Page 19