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November 25, 1971     Shelton Mason County Journal
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Matlock O By DORA HEARING MATLOCK - Mattock grange met with 21 members present last riday night, they had four visitors, the Mason County Grange deputy Martin Auseth and Mrs. Auseth and the Grange Insurance agent Chester Valley and Mrs. Valley. Matlock Grange [U el By NANCY BLOOMFIELD ItOODSPORT For their '~rst field trip, the ttood Canal Iti !hggers 4-tt club traveled to the Pioneer Memorial Museum in Port Angeles Sunday. Mrs. Harold Drake, leader of the club left Hoodsoort with idden Haven =ommunity inner Is gtv, ng By FRANCES RADTKE tJnion in the Masonic llall Nov. 27 during the afternoon and tlIDDEN HAVEN - Seventy evening beginning at 2 p.m. friends and neighbors gathered at Dinner will be served between 5 Hidden tlaven to enjoy an early and 7 p.m. ltome made Thanksgiving dinner in the doughnuts and coffee will be community hall this month. Mr. available all day. This bazaar and Mrs. Jennings Miklethun, should be one of the best. Lucille hosts, furnished turkey and Edwards, chairman, promises a dressing for everyone. The country store where apples she remainder of the dinner was and her husband picked this fall potluck. Tables were tastefully m Yakima will be sold. There will decorated with holiday motif, also be home grown walnuts, all Outstanding were the miniature kinds of bakery goods, fancy turkeys made of dried teazle needlework, jams, jellies, pickles, heads. Piano music and card ceramics by Lucille, and other playing followed the dinner, interesting things. Everyone is Mr. and Mrs. Miklethun have welcome. generously offered to be hosts Mrs. Ruth Boysen and Mrs. also for the potluck Christmas (;ladys Swanson are returned party Dec. 14. They will bring from an enchanting vacation week baked ham for everyone. There m Ilawaii where the kahanies and will be a Christmas gift exchange wahinies sang to them as they so bring your packages labeled passed up a chance to learn the gent or lady. [lula dance. Christmas spirit is already in Mr. and Mrs. Nolan Mason the air at the tlaven. The have departed with their travel Miklethuns and the Pollocks havetrailer Ior an extended winter been observed stringing lights on vacation touring about the miniature church. Southwestern U.S. Mrs. Erances Radtke is "all Mr. and Mrs. Victor Minkler tied up" making neckties for herhave gone to their winter home in booth al the Canal Court Yuma, Ariz. They will return in Amaranth Bazaar to be held at the spring. Mary M. Knight New Reading Progr Is Started For Students By BRIAN C. CLEVENGER A new reading program zs being incorporaled at Mary M. Knight. The program, entitled "Systems 80", is designed to work lrom a fihnstrip projector and a record player. Students answer queshons asked by the machine by pushing a key on a keyboard, if the student answers the question correctly, the machine goes on to another problem. If an incorrect reply is given, the question is restated and asked again. Members of the commumty were asked to volunteer to assist in the library for one day a week. Lowrey ORGANS l PIANOS RENT OR BUY ON EASY TERMS MUSIC BOX 205 Cota 426-4302 Seven members of the community have indicated a willingness to work in the library. (;one Frodsham, MMK superin tendent-principal, recently attended a one day "Mini Seminar" on leacher evaluation. The meeting was held in Seattle and included school directors from throughout the state. "The new trend is to evaluate teachers according to achievement of objectives they have established for their students," said Frodsham, after attending the meeting. Mary M. Knight school district number 31t wishes to announce a new lunch program for students. The school, acting under provisions of the National School Lunch Act, now offers free or reduced-price lunches to students whose families have been determined unable to pay the full prices. The families' eligibility will be determined by set eligibility standards. The reduced prices will be 15 cents for grades 1 through 6, and 20 cents for grades 7 through 12. Any student wishing to apply for free or reduced-price lunches should ask for a form at the school office. FAMILY SIZED ID Plus Deposit Great Variety of Chilled Wines & Champagnes ran was presented with a new set of regalia by Mr. Auseth. At the next meeting Dec. 3 Mr. Auseth will install the officers for the new year. Matlock Grange will rnp Shannon Bloomfiefd, Teresa GoDs, Etta Treadwell, Levi Connally and Kenny and Richard Drake in her car, While Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Bloomfield followed with Pam, Vicky, Donna, David and Douglas Bloomfield and Rubble Treadwell. In Port Angeles an order was placed for I 5 milkshakes, hamburgers and fries, so no hunger pangs would arise while sightseeing. At the museum the youngsters enjoyed slides on things to look for while in the Olympic National Park, saw displays of unusual rock formations andbark, cone and leaf specimensof native trees. One group of pictures showed the increase in size of a glacier over a two year span. An instrument used to measure rainfall was inspected and the group discussed why more rain falls on the coast than in Sequim. A homestead cabin built in the 1800's was respected and some of the furnishings gave the kids a good laugh. A huge rocking chair carved from a solid block of wood and the butter churn in particular. The plans originally were to go on to Hurricane Ridge but the road closed above the nine mile point made a quick substitution to Ediz Hook look more interesting. The youngsters collected driftwood, fiat rocks to paint and ran to keep warm and get the crinks out of their legs. Waves kicked up by a brisk wind broke on the roadway. Everyone was amused when the cars happened to be drenched by one. On the return trip a stop was made for pop and cookies and it was agreed to take a side trip, weather permitting to Walker Mountain Lookout. The cars became separated and the Bloomfieids thinking, Delores had gone ~.~ad, proceeded to the lookout, but alas they were alone. Clouds blew in as they reached the top, so visibility was zero. A few things were pointed out on the way up. At 6 p.m. the group were all home and a really pleasant day was at an end. Last week James Aultman's name was left out by accident from the list of scouts who participated in the Scout-O-Rama from this area. James assisted with the demonstration in Tin Can Cookery, which won the troop a blue ribbon A few close friends and relatives helped Martia Miettunen celebrate her birthday Thursday. Among the guests were Mr. and Mrs. Jim Otman and family. itoodsport Marina reports fish weighing up to 12 pounds caught over the weekend HE WHO wants to persuade should put his trust, not in the right argument, but in the right word. The power of sound has always been greater than the power of sense. Joseph Conrad .... FROM NElL IT'S NOT CANDy Most youngster,s like candy. Many youngstePs don't like medicine. Some medicines are sweet, some are colorful. Parents want sick children to take medicine in order to get better. So - parents may tell a child that medicine is like candy or that it is candy. Very little difference, m a child's mind, between those two statements. Many children are poisoned each year by self-adm inistered medicines. Some die. Tell your child, "This is a medicine. You must take it to help you get better." Or put it in with a little food. Or crush the tablet for easier swallowing. Or just insist quietly. Protect your child with the truth. Neil's Pharmacy Emergency Ph. 426-2165 Fifth & Franklin St.--426-3327 Open Daily 9:30 to 7:30 Saturdays -- 9:30 to 6:00 Lake Limerick in invite Skokomish and Shelton Valley Granges to bring their officers to be installed with our officers at the Matlock }Iall. Pinochle Club met Saturday night with Mr. and Mrs. Max Cash host and hostess. Seven tables of cards were played. High score went to Sadie Dawson and Ira Ford, pinochle to Felix Brazeau and Carl Portman and low score to Nellie Rossmaier and Edward Townsend. Next party will be Dec. 4 with Mr. and Mrs. Bob Dawson host and hostess. Mr. and Mrs. Lud Rossmaier were Tuesday evening dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Rossmaier of Tumwater to celebrate Randy Rossmaiers eighth birthday. Ladies Club met at the Grange Hall last week Wednesday with Mrs. Felix Brazeau hostess. There were 12 members present. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Ford and Mr. and Mrs. Lud Rossmaier and Mr. and Mrs. Homer Adams of Matlock Grange attended the Oyster Supper Saturday evening uck un ers ,emove rum tlh 2 R By MARY HILL be reported to the sheriff if they Limerick Country Club's more detail the club rul.e were caught again, the couple was five-division member-owner travel trailers, campers and m~ll=c0 LAKE LIMERICK Two escorted to the Lake Limerick community, the Club's Board of must be removed from ~0ts,,~ would-be duck hunters quickly Nov. 15 and not returne found out Saturday morning that entrance and were last seen Trustees decided by resolution at Lake Limerick's ducks are well heading their car down the Mason Saturday's regular monthly April 15 except on weekends'~l.~RE protected (and fed) by the lakeLake Road. meeting, only exception is in cases wn^~$ shore residents, when their rifle Mr. and Mrs. Otto (Ardis) Effective as soon as it has the lot owner is building a'o'll',, shots rang out Saturday morning. Joslin of Mc('leary are well on been legally verifiedby Club and is using" the vehicle asialet their way toward completion of Attorney John C. Ragan, the temporary dwelling. -t 0~X'I~ The two, a man and woman, were their new home on Paisley Way, resolution was recommended by The State Departnlen,~a ;~n~ ces h~lU ,,o the Club's Architectural Natural Resour ,Uot~ Committee to prevent pollution, three-day seminar at the ~d~O It was written to comply with all Limerick Country Club T~7~C~ applicable laws, regulations and Wednesda, y and Thursday 4.~ "i~'ll~'?: specifications of the week. There were Thurston-Mason Health attendance. "It StA~" Department, the Mason County g le~vYdD ~:: ;Sa fiutftraNl~h~h ~]~~ Commission, the State of An r s Washington and the United States up" for several mi .... ~lll-s0~ Government. small car hit a soft shoUlu~u(] The fact that wash water the West Mason Laker ;.~, officially is classified as sewage Thursday and tipped o ;.ai~LO and must not be permitted to run hi%~:!Osnn, nH~i ;iY i!lsd~t~ onto the ground or into drywells d , pe d Y " ~t~u. was confirmed when club officials until another motorist r t~ studied the two-county health him. The sheriff and a tow J-~.u0 code and state regulations. ~'~en The Club maintains flush were called and the car tak . g,, toilets, wash basins and septic Bremerton where it Is ;0"~ tanks at the Clubhouse and Golf repaired. In the meantime ~/-e~lm~ is ridin to work with Dallas A/._~I~E Pro Shop in Division 2 and at four g #~.rn. first approached by Elliot ttayes where they plan to make their of Ballantrae Drive and Seattle home when Joslin retires Dec. 31 who ordered them to stop as manager of the McCleary shooting, pointing out that the National Bank. He is a member of entire Limerick property is the Lake Limerick Board of well-posted with "No Hunting" Trustees, serving as chairman of signs. Then Tony Paradise of the golf committee. Ballantrae Drive arrived and, a Disposal of human waste and few minutes later, Floyd Jones of wash water only into septic tanks North St. Andrews Drive. or transportable holding tanks After being told they would will be enforced throughout Lake Southside Meeting at Skokomish Grange. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Evers and By MRS. RAY KRATCHA You can order your swag Alberta and Roy were Sunday SOUTtIS1DE - The Four from Nov. 18 to Dec. 10 by dock and boat launching ramps in of North St. AndrewsDriV' F.rige visitors at the Elvin Hearing Leaves 4-tt club meeting came to calling Ruth Chambers 426-6789 Divisions 1 and 3. At the a ~~0Bremertn commuter. |~l home. order at 1 p.m. Nov. 20 at the or Joan Swenson 426-6343. suggestion of' Mrs. Tom (Olla) ' ~0 Mr. and Mrs. Gene Brehmeyer home of leader Mrs. Helen Bakke. Southside Homemakers met Bieniek of Olde Lyme Road in ,,,m~m~ R.I//A11=~ wereEdwardSUndaYvalley home.Visitrs at the Becky Wilson led the flag tlerrick.Nv" 16 at the home of Joan fundsDivisinbecome5' the ClUbavailable,agreed similarthat as oAKcall uspARKAbOUt ~i~~Sq Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Bradberry salute.Lisa Wheeler called the roll Attending were Monna Heinis, facilities will be provided in A Planned li'~~ spent Wednesday with Mrs. call and Lisa read the minutes. Ruth Chambers, Shirley Stites, park-like settings in Division 4 Unit Development ~an" Thomas Rowe of Shelton. Ruthie Nestell read the Veta Holtorf, Pat Freeman a new and 5. 426-2646 ~"l~ll'bt The resolution also defined in HIMLIE REALTY, INC.'a" ~ a~ Carl Portman spent from treasurers report and it was $6.50. club member and Joan Herrick. tt~ Tuesday to Friday with Mr. and The old business was sewing. They made plans for their Mrs. L. D. Portman in Tacoma. Members brought cup cakes Christmas party,which will be- --[ ~ i $ ~ "m" q "m" "~m" "~" "~ "M~" "~" "~":2; d Mr. and Mrs. James Rossmaier for community service to give to held at Evelyn Kriefels in YOU Should Know . " and girls Brenda and Lisa and Mrs. the Exceptional Foresters. December. ~la~ Wells Mayer and boys were The next meeting is Dec. 18. refreshments.Jan He rrick served ilill ::? CLINT WlL it'm Sunday evening dinner guests of Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth ~'*" i- e;:~ lari Mr. and Mrs. Lud Rossmaier. 4-tt members decided to draw : If every wife knew what ;Ub Robert Goldy of Dayton names for Christmas presents. Archer is Kenneth s sister Mrs. De :) widow knows, every hUSU ~rh spent the week end with Tim They are each bringing jams Etta Kintzler of Riverton, Wyo. ! r i)' would be insured. Diggle at the Edward Valley or peanut butter for the who arrived Friday. q.E home. ExceptionalMembers eachFresterSgot their recordfr Dec.Suthside3 at 6 Grange is having its | ~i~ BrehmeyerWe are sorrYsr, hadt reportto go backHerbertto Christmas. Christmas p.m.and Birthday dinner NORTHWESTERN NATI~;;~ ~.. LIFE INSURANCE coMY the McCleary hospital for a few books and project books. The grange will furnish the days last week. They decided to make candles turkey and the rest of the meal t Ph. 426-8139 ............ ,'~"'o~ .o.t OF,,C, le I Mrs. Herbert Brehmeyer Sr. for crafts, will be potluck. -~,=~,=~,,m.,~,.,m,,,m-.~=,,m~,,=~..=...,D.,==,'=~ ~1 and son Brian were Sunday Members made the candles, evening supper guests of Mr. and some made two and some made Mrs. Gene Brehmeyer. one. Mr. and Mrs. William Barnes Vicky Bailey brought Sr. spent Friday and Saturday in refreshments, reported Debbie Seattle where Mr. Barnes attended Eash. the Orientation Institute for Reminder the Southside newly elected school board P.T.O. is now taking orders for members. While Mr. Barnes Christmas swags. attended classes, Mrs. Barnes These will be made on order visited several friends, only and will sell for $1.50 I i ;i Keeping up with the Joneses may not be your dishl but in the matter of heating it is well to remember that more American homes are heated with natural gas than with any other form of energy. Yes, it's smart to heat with gas, and for a number of reasons. Cleanliness is one. You will enjoy the satisfaction that comes from using the civilized fuel. Natural gas does not pollute the air (and, of course, it doesn't Join pollute your home either). Clean fuel produces heat , that is more healthful, naturally. Gas heat offers st another plus because it responds immediately to thermostat settings. No wasted fuel while the meter for a ticks away a bigger bill for you. Modern gas engi- i neering also offers you a cooling-heating plant in Pre-Pai4 Christmas Next Year! one unit. Saves space, saves money. Yet, with all Spread more Christmas cheer next year. Have enough extra these advantages, gas is competitive in cost. You money to enjoy a wonderful winter holiday too. Yon can do both, /simply by saving a convenient amount regularly won't find any fuel that will give you quality heat: , the Chrgstmas Club way. It's easy and it s fun. We'll more economically. welcome you as a member. ~ ~ s~o,~,c~ ~~,~ NATIONAL BANIf o, ..,...,,...,,.,..,o. MEMBER F.D.I.C. Pa~e 8 - Sh~.ltcm-M~nn ("r~,,nfv An,,rnM - Tht=r~.dav Nnv~.mber 25. 1971