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November 18, 1971

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~i~ Paul Furchert has returned home on emergency leave from Viet Nam to give an assist with the family business since the accident-injury to his dad, Mr. Ervin Furchert. Paul joins with his mother, Mrs. Furchert, in expressing appreciation for the many helping hands and the consideration given the family by their friends and neighbors. ]'he only information at this time is that Mr. Furchert will be in the Harrison Hospital for an indefinite period, and that his condition is listed as "fair". The younger set joined with Christi Ann Pederson to celebrate her seventh birthday on November 7. Sisters of the honor guest, Gwen and Linda, arranged games for the special occasion. Helping to blow out the candles on the cake were Crystal Amick, Ronna Davis, Daine Logan, Ellen Works, Donnie Dimmen, Nat Cook, Bonnie Fortner, Nicole and Holly Berger, and Patty Giffard. Mrs. Gilbert Kaseberg, president of the Republican Women's Club in Bremerton, traveled to Ellensburg with Mrs. L. E. Foster, Mrs. lla Zeek, and Mrs. Alma Nelson for the two day session that included representatives of other groups throughout the state. A reception for all presidents was held on Wednesday evening, and an election of a second vice president and secretary on Thursday. Mr. Art Fletcher was the keynote speaker during the luncheon. The Bremerton group luncheon will be at Brad's Restaurant in East Bremerton on November 17 with Mr. Lud Kramer as guest speaker. It's that time of year for Kevin MacGeorge to have another birthday. This year the family had a favorite food dinner at home, and attended a soccer game to have a "rooting good time" with some of the family friends on the team. Brother Darren's birthday comes the following week and will be during the time he is on a Boy Scout Campout at Haven Lake. While the boys are planning to do all their own cooking over the open fire, birthday cake will be welcome to the menu on this special day. Mr. and Mrs. Donald L. Atchison were visiting friends living near the Manette Bridge last Tuesday and witnessed that lightening bolt that hit a nearby neighbor's living room after shattering a fir tree growing close to the house. They were all set to watch the drug abuse documentary program when there was a big flash as the lightening struck. The tremendous sound of thunder that followed confirmed the storm elements rather than power line problems. The Atchison's had just put up a new 30 ft. high TV antenna near their home that had been blown down by the wind storm several weeks ago. Their worry, now, is will another storm drop the new antenna through the lightning route. When the word gets out that Mrs. Bill DeMiero is on vacation, she says someone must be kidding. While Mr. DeMiero took a few days to go hunting, she was the one to stay home to take care of the family cows, horse, rabbits, chickens, and the dog. Things around home went the usual pattern of rainy weather, and a smart cow that knows how to take the lid off the can of feed. Mrs. DeMiero had to call her neighbor, Mr. Sandstrom, to help her get the reluctant cow's big head out of the feed barrel, and then barricade the door to the feed shed to prevent further looting by the four-legged sharpie. And that rainfall even spoiled tire hunting for the men. Finding a Chinese Cook Book published in 1936, compiled and edited by Mr. M. Sing Au can be informative as well as comforting. One section lists a nine course dinner for special occasions, giving instructions for the invitations, each place setting of chopsticks, china spoon, plate the size of a butter chip and another about the size of a saucer, and a bowl about 6" in diameter. Each of these has a special service during the dinner running from sweets to soup that is just the reverse of the western order. Tea and sauces are listed with the variety that includes Bird's Nest Soup, Shark's Fins, and Fried Pigeon. The method of preparation of each is a treasure within itself that i will share if requested. This is the ultimate comfort for the ladies. The book instructs the guests to not arrive at the time set as the early arrival may likely be the only one present as the dinner may begin anywhere from one to three hours after the time set on the invitation. Movie available on recreation sites "For All To Enjoy" is a new documentary film produced by the North Pacific Division, U. S. Army Corps of Engineers, and released this week for showing to service clubs, school groups and general audiences. The film, which is 16 mm., color and runs for 24 minutes depicts recreational areas, used by millions of people for outdoor recreation, around Corps of Engineers reservoirs in the Pacific Northwest (Idaho, Montana, Oregon and Washington). "Recreation is an important consideration in planning, designing and constructing Corps of Engineers projects," said a spokesman for the corps. "The reservoirs at Corps of Engineers' multiple-purpose water resources projects are open to the public for boating, swimming; fishing, sightseeing and other water-oriented recreation. The film includes many views of the magnificent scenery in the Pacific Northwest." Groups wishing to show the film may request it from the North Pacific Division Office, 210 Custom House, Portland 97209. 0 CONTEMPI IRARY STEREO CONSOLE STOLEN CAR A stripped car was found near Tee Lake, identified by Sheriff's office as missing from Bremerton. ~i; ;!i~iiii!~ ......... ii! HAPPY ANNIVERSARY wishes were extended to John and Lois Graesch, residents of North Shore for the past six years, who were married 25 years ago on November 15. The couple, who moved here from the Burien area, were married at Holy Family Church in White Center. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ulH~~l~~~l~l~~~~~l~~~~~~~~~1~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ By JULI PRESTON -- CR 5-6288 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Jack and Joan Hauge attended a Birthday Festival, one big party for winter time birthdays. Jack Hauge had his spirits dampened when he discovered his wallet was missing midway through the party. After much searching they found the wallet several days later at the home of a friend where he had done some skin diving. Maybe for next years Birthday Festival, he will be presented with a chain so he can chain the wallet to his pants! Mike Selby has opened a Tool Rental and Second Hand Store at the junction of the North Shore Road. Mr. Seiby started the business several months ago and has quite a collection of "a little bit of everything" for sale. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Selby flew to San Diego last week for the graduation of Mr. Selby's stepson, Jeffery Snipes, from basic training in the Marine Corps. Jeff attended North Mason High School in 69-70 and then attended Olympic College in the law enforcement program. Jeff will be leaving for Ft. Gordon, Georgia this coming weekend where he will continue in military police training. Red Davis has made three FIRST AID CLASS A Red Cross Multi-Media First Aid course will be held at the home of Mrs. Gloria Lincoln on December 2, 7-10 p.m., with the concluding sessions of the class December 8 and 9 set for 7-9:30 p.m. There is no charge for the class, but a current Red Cross First Aid Book will be required for the class and may be purchased at the Kitsap-Nortll Mason chapter or before classtime for $1.00. This class is open to those interested in first aid with advance registration not required, but requested if possible. Information or registration may be obtained by calling Mrs. Gloria Lincoln, Norm Sanders, or Mrs. Frank Fedenk. trips for Audry Lamb to replace window panes that she has had to break when she has locked her keys inside. It must be hereditary, her father, Scotty Campbell, has had to have window panes replaced for him for the same reason! Well, at least the business for Red Davis is a good one in that family. Tim Wing, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Wing, will be coming home for Christmas around December 1 8th. Tim is stationed at Stuttgard, Germany where he works in the Army Hospital as a phychiatric technician with a team of psychologists. Just before Christmas, Tim hopes to get his friends together for their annual caroling tour of the Hood Canal area. If schools close... In the event of school closure or operation on a "one hour late" basis due to snow or other emergency situations, residents of the North Mason School district are reminded that notification will be made on the following radio stations: K JR (950), KBRO (1490), KIRO (710), KVI (570), KOMO (1000), KING (1090)and KOL(1300). If no announcement regarding school closure is made, the listener may assume normal operation. If schools are closed due to snow, any activities which might have been scheduled in the public school buildings that day or evening, such as PTA meetings, etc. will also be cancelled automatically. PURSE MISSING A girl's purse was missing after play practice at the North Mason gym November 1 lth. Contains credit cards, personal items. Next to PUD Building At Belfair PRODUCTS 4 x 4 Parts and Accessories 9 to 9 Weekdays and Saturdays 9 to 2 CR$-3133 CR5-2174 Sunday Emergencie Fishing and Sporting Supplies Tools Housewares Garden Supplies Building Hardware Plumbing Supplies Gifts Toys ERNIE & HAROLD ARIES CR 5-2031 8:30 -- 6:00 L & D CONSTRUCTION We Specialize in Your Needs By Hour or Contract Nothing Too Small or Large John Levang CR5-3053 George Dinovi 0R5-3358 Free Estimates Page 6 - Huckleberry Herald section of Shelton-Mason County Journal - November 18, 1971 OlJ'J-IFt By Leo & Margaret Livingston THE WALL TO WALL carpeting at Belfair's Youth Center was pretty well hidden by wall to wall kids during last Friday night's opening-nite festivities. Jason Walter Henningson was born Friday, November 12th, to Mr. and Mrs. Walter Henningson at Harrison Memorial Hospital. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Henningson and Mr. and Mrs. R . O . Minnis, proud great-grandmother is May Henningson. Hunting story of the year: Allan Sande, North Shore, Orrin Sande, Tahuya, and Bill Palmer, Belfair, each shot a moose in Canada this season. They hunted in Athabasca, Alberta. Their outfit included a comfortable trailer and a truck. ]hey were so far from home when they bagged the big animals it took two days steady driving to return to Belfair. hwitation to an old fashioned sewing bee: Donna Swanson. with the encouragement of friends, is inviting all people interested in sewing to meet at her house (back of Swanson's Store, North Shore) the second Thursday of each month to sew, exchange ideas, patterns, etc. The first meeting will be December 9. "[hose interested should show up around 10:00 a.m. with the proper paraphernalia and prepare to sew and sew. The door prize at last week's Orthopedic Guild card party was won by Donna Swanson. She received a beautiful, living alpine Christmas tree. By DILLON FISHER The red, white and blue ribbon supporting a solid sifver eagle was very much in evidence as the Olympic Area Council Team of Eagle Explorer Scouts put on an Eagle Scout Court of Honor for the National Council of the Boy Scouts of America in the Belfair Elementary School multi-purpose room the evening of November 9, to honor the promotion of Life Scout Thomas W. Johnson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Warren K. Johnson of Belfair, to Scouting's highest rank - that of Eagle Scout. Amid the pageantry of martial airs, candlelighting ceremonies, and a tour through Scouting's advancement ladder, the more than sixty persons present witnessed the pinning on of the Eagle Badge by the Scout's mother. His older brother read a letter of congratulations from the Chief Scout Executive and the President of the Boy Scouts of America. Then Eagle Scout Joey Johnson administered the "Oath of the Eagle" to his younger brother Tom as he joined the elite group to hold Scouting's highest rank. Mrs. Becky Johnson received her second "silver Eagle Mother's pin" and a dozen long-stemmed red roses as partial recognition of what a mother must go through on behalf of a son climbing the Scouting advancement ladder. After the colorful ceremony, the guests were treated to refreshments including a piece of a huge cake, bearing a replica of the Eagle Badge on its top, baked by Mrs. Johnson. Thus ended the third Eagle Court of Honor presented by Troop 513 in its over thirty year history. Earlier in the evening Troop 513 conducted its fall Court of Honor presided over by Troop Committee Chairman Harry Lohman. Three new Tenderfoot Scouts were welcomed into the troop to start their clim, up the advancement ladder. They were - Bruce Johnson, Robert Mustain and Mark Nelson. Scorns Daniel Lane and Tim Lincoln were promoted to Second ('lass Rank by the Court. And Scouts Jack Cook and James Lane were advanced to First Class Rank. The highlight of the Troop Court was the awarding of the rank of Life Scout to Mark Duncan whose mother was presented with a red rosebud corsage and her miniature Life Mother's pin. Other awards presented included the following: Thomas Johnson - Surveying, Safety, Rowing and Archery Merit Badges and the rating of Troop Instructor, 3 year service star and 3 year attendance award. Mark Duncan - Basketry, Conservation of Natural Resources, Cooking, Lifesaving and Rowing Merit Badges and the rating of Assistant Senior Patrol Leader, 2 year service star and 1 year attendance award. Life Scout Randy Peterson - Instructors rating, 3 year service star. Life Scout Bill Lohman - 4 year service star. Eagle Scout Joey Johnson -- 4 year service star and 4 year attendance award. Life Scout Mark Harder - 4 year Service Star, Instructor Rating. Star Scout John Hannan - Senior Patrol Leader rating; Archery, Basketry, Hiking, and Canoeing Merit Badges; and 3 year service star. First Class Scout Jeff Bishop - Quartermaster rating. First Class Scout Jack Cook - Patrol Leader rating; and Swimming Merit Badge. First Class Scout Jim Traditional Thanksgiving In A Rustic Setting Reserve Now At INN Phone 898-2200 or 898-2500 Lane - Cooking, Conservation of Natural Resources, Lifesaving and Rowing Merit Badges; and 3 year service star. First Class Scout Scan McKnight - 3 year service star. First Class Scout Mark Lincoln - 3 year service star. Second Class Scout Dan Lane - Swimming Merit Badge. Second Class Scout Tim Lincoln - Patrol Leader rating; and Swimming Merit Badge. Second Class Scout Gary Johnson - Troop Librarian rating; 1 year service star; 1 year attendance award; and Canoeing Merit Badge. First Class Scout Jeff Hannan - Patrol Leader rating; 1 year service star; and Canoeing Merit Badge. Second Class Scout Tim Rcid - Canoeing, Conservation of Natural Resources and Lifesaving Merit Badges; and 2 year service star. Tenderfoot Scouts Bruce Johnson and Robert Mustain were awarded Assistant Patrol 1 ,':~der ratings. Menu For North Mason Schools Nov. 22-24 MONDAY -- Chicken fried steak, whipped potatoes, cream gravy, buttered corn, Waldorf salad, cookie and milk. TUESDAY -- Cream of tomato soup, egg salad sandwich, vegetable sticks, potato chips, fruit and milk. WEDNESDAY -- Roast turkey with dressing, whipped potatoes, peas and carrots, cranberry jello, salad, pumpkin pie and milk. THU RSDAY -- HOLIDAY FRIDAY -- HOLIDAY Puget Sound National Bank The hometown bank. MEMBERSHIP OFFERED A cordial invitation is extended to all women living in the Allyn-Victor area to .join the Allyn-Victor Ladies Fire Auxiliary which meets in the Allyn Firehall the second and fourth Mondays of each month at 7:30 p.m. It is not necessary for members to be wives of firemen or Association members. CALAMITY: the perfect glass wherein we truly see and know ourselves. William D'Avenant GETTING ACQUAINTED Mrs. Gyneth Auseth, a fourth grade teacher, is a graduate of Western Washington State College. She has been teaching in the North Mason school district 20 year~. Mrs. Auseth is married and has three children, Martin, Neva and Carolynn. Her special interests are flowers and gardening. She also finds time in her busy schedule for many civic interests. I GET YOUR I FREE TURKEY With the purchase of any GE. Range trom now '1il Thanksgiving. 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