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December 2, 1971     Shelton Mason County Journal
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December 2, 1971

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li !?~ii~!! ii~ ~i THESE FIVE Shelton residents are members of Olympia Vocational Technical Institute's first licensed practical nurse (LPN) course. During a special ceremony last week in the Olympia High School Little Theatre, their class of 25 received nursing caps signifying completion of the tirst six months of training. Speaker for the occasion was Dr. Nels Hanson, president of Centralia Community College. Formal graduation is planned for next May 12. From left to right, the new student nurses are Judy Sheffield, Jeane Farrimond, Celia Shawver, Diane Parker and Erma Kroh. ikomi ;h "1" rnl les DUGGER KO KOMISH - is a family holiday everyone in Skokomish celebrated and feasted and friends. husband and I ate goose s0n Don Pavel and family. Joe, Mike and Greg also roasted ducks and Joe and cherry pies. His says Joe can make pie the tub full and it always out tender and good. grandkids had to show pets and how they have Fat Albert, the calf, is Chief, the big Lab is 0f his mate Serena who is have a lot of blessed events Christmas. Four fat cats of is colors and a Venus that gorges itself on flies complete the nday, Mike made a cake for his Dad's Hunter brother's crew all day and half the those trees out of and ready for the yards that will open Dec. I. time out for turkey the Jim Hunter family his sister Mr. and Mrs. and children. trOld and Mable Hunter a 20 lb. turkey at :Stin Taylor home in Also present were the and Mrs. Florence After dinner young Bill Taylor came home with and grandpa Hunter to le of days. zn the Valley are With the death of Irwin alld wish to express our to his family. 1 shall him when the Iris and he gave me, bloom in and Mrs. Chet Valley and tck Cole attended the of Carol Stewart in er oil Tacoma last Saturday. Mrs. Stewart was the daughter, of Eddie Iverson and a niece of Mr. Valley's. Carl and Margaret Dugger, daughters Julie and Connie came home Thursday evening and returned to Seattle Sunday. Their big dog Czar, suffered two,broken front legs and is in casts. He manages to walk a bit and the vet says he will be good as new in 6 weeks. Carl and Margaret entertained Marty and Colleen Rose, son Jimmy and Dave Rose Saturday night after sending morn and dad off to a lodge meeting. MarLy is teaching school in Oregon and Dave is attending school in Pullman, Wash. Enjoying Thanksgiving dinner at the Don Ragan home were Mr. and Mrs. Jay Needham, Mrs. Margaret Newell, Frank and Linda Ragan and children, Marie Ragan, Dan Ragan and Karen Ramsfield. The Rev. and Mrs. Spear and family had as their guests, Carol Townsend and baby daughters. Mr. Townsend is in the hospital. Guests of the Roy York family were Mrs. York's parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Galloway, Mrs. York, mother of Roy York, and Verna Crittenden, Mrs. York's sister. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Twidwell and family and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Tmbk a murd-purpose oil? Your Standard Man, C. C. COLE & SONS, INC. Can Solve Your Problem He's In Shelton - 426-4411 Standard Oil Company of California Easy this year with a =at "walk-on air" feeling becomes reality with the ~OColate Brown Chukka Buckle Boot with the fabulous air" brown non-marking neoprene crepe sole. 31/z to 6 ........................... $12.99 to 12 ........................... $15.99 "The F, vnily Shoe Store" l%ur----Sh%e ClubN--------=------ow HI$-------------i Over 3,334 Members | 107 S. 4th Shelton Starting Friday, Open Weekday Nights 'til 8:30 McDonald and daughters were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Les Crossan and Bobby Crossan. Ronnie Johnson and family of Puyallup spent Thanksgiving with his parents, the Arthur Johnsons. Also present were Mrs. Gendreau, mother of Mrs. Johnson and niece Cindy Fulbright. Mrs. Ted Richert, George Richert and daughter Linda Sue had dinner with the Jerry Richert family on Hood Canal. Mr. and Mrs. Chet Valley and Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Hulbert enjoyed Thanksgiving day at the George Valley home. Coming home Thanksgiving evening we found the valley road blocked by a fallen tree and had to route P.U.D. men out to remove it. Luckily it didn't damage anything but just missed a vehicle parked in Gordon Ragans driveway. O Matlock IIn Entering By DORA HEARING MATTOCK David Kelley, son of Mr. and Mrs. Archie Kelley, left for San Diego last week to enter school. David has been in the Navy for 11 years and just had a 30 day leave. Bob Hollatz, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hollatz is h()lne now. tte is in the Air Force Reserve. Matlock Grange will meet at 8 p.m. Friday. Deputy Martin Auseth and his team will install the officers for the new year. Skokomish and Shelton Valley Granges are invited to attend and have their officers installed. It will be pot luck refreshments after the meeting. Pinochle club meets this Saturday night at 8 p.m. at Matlock Grange Hall. Mr. and Mrs, A. C. Anderson and son Alan were Thanksgiving dinner guests of Mr, and Mrs. Herbert Helin. Mrs. Dee Darrett and daughter Betti of Olympia and Mac Cockburn and Robin and friend Jan of "racoma were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dick Cockburn Thanksgiving. Mr. and Mrs. James Fredenburg of Hoquiam and Mr. and Mrs. William Barnes Sr. were Thanksgiving dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Elvin Hearing. Saturday evening Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Helin were dinner guests at the Hearing home. Mr. and Mrs. Max Cash spent Thanksgiving in Everett with their son Earl Cash and family and then they went to Alder Wood Manor to visit their daughter and family Mr. and Mrs. David Chamblin. Mr. and Mrs. Pat Walker and son of Seattle and Mrs. Eli Bradshaw of Tacoma and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Walker were Thanksgiving dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dan Walker of Lake Nahwatzel. Mrs. Eli Bradshaw of Tacoma is visiting her daughter and son in law Mr. and Mrs. Earl Walker for a few weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Walker and Mrs. Eli Bradshaw spent Sunday evening at the Frank Hollatz home. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Valley attended the wedding of Toni Jonker and Robert Ramsfield at the Methodist Church in Shelton Friday evening. Mrs. Jean Diggle and family of McCleary spent the four day Thanksgiving Holiday with her folks the Edward Valleys. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Bradberry had a get-to-gether Thanksgiving dinner at the Merland Goodburn home near Shelton. Harold Hopkins also was a guest. Dan Goodburn returned home with the Bradberrys for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Bradberry accompanied by Mrs. Thomas Rowe of Shelton were Saturday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fay Hopkins of Tacoma. Mr. and Mrs. Lud Rossmaier were Thanksgiving dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Sharp of Olympia. Paul Rossmaier and three sons of Tumwater spent Saturday at the Lud Rossmaier home. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Brehmeyer Sr. are grandparents again. A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Paul Johnston of Satsop Thanksgiving Day. Your Standard Man, C. C. COLE & SONS, INC. Can Solve Your Problem. He's In Shelton - 426-4411 Standard Oil Company of California awwm Dr r Christ Sh pping Convenience, Followin Will Be Open | ] a.m. to 2 p.m. Free Gift Wrapping- 12 to 5 Open | 2 to 5 p.m. GIFTS Open 12 to 5 p.m. :! : i OPEN 6 DAYS A WEEK: 9 to 9 - Sunday 9 to 6 p.m. Well Branched * Husky * Fast Reproducing These handpicked beauties are the reason we sell more fruit trees in the Shelton, Olympia area. See them today! * Harvey Quality APPLES ,uch favorites as: Gravenstein, King, Yellow Transparent, No. Spy. etc. PLUMS ,,.,,an. Blue Damson, Green Gage, Satsuma, etc. Veteran, Rosy Dawn, Bonanza, etc. Red Haven Pacific Gold EVERY VARIETY ESPECIALLY CHOSEN TO GROW & PRODUCE BETTER IN OUR AREA! Plant Now! The trees will gain almost a foot a year! The root system will settle & grow thru the winter months! FOR YOUR HOME! FOR CHRISTMAS GIFTS! DWARF! SEMI DWARF! STANDARDS Each LAY-AWAY WILL HOLD YOUR PURCHASE 'TIL DEC. 221 I LIVE I ,> MA. | ~,~~~~ EVERY TREE PLANTED IN A CEDAR CONTAINER! You'll want to | ~"~~ choose more than one of these beautiful living trees early while selections are I ~~ best. Blue Colorado Spruce, Norway Spruce, Omerika Spruce, Colorado I ~~, Green Spruce, Douglas Fir, and Pine. TODAY! "1" D CmnPiete I - -~~"" PRICED FROM -- Container I J~OTU~ WEATHER PROTECTOR REDUCES WATER LOSS IN EVERGREENS! ]1 v=tmnv REDUCES NEEDLE DROP IN CUT TREES! I~ Avocado color. 3-Speed )8 8 SUNBEAM HAND MIXER .egu,ar,y lO. ....................... PLAY FAMILY FARM * Large scale animals (Movable parts) * Big red barn that "moo-o-os" TOYS GALORE WEST POINT FOOTBALLS SPECIAL Top grain cowhide $12.88 Official size & weightNOW $2.88 each MIGHTY "O" RACE TRACK Wind-up Locomotive and&or * Two class "A" racers Lap Counter * Speed controls wind-up Santa and Reindeer. ONLY 88 each * Big wide open track no batteries -- no electricity ONLY $20,88 GIVE A PET FOR CHRISTMAS! "COPY MATE" Simplest copy machine to operate * Developing plate * Exposing plate * Timer switch Plus many more! SPECIAL ROYAL PORTABLE TYPEWRITER ADDING MACHINE .... WI'~'~I~, Tally Master by Victor :~-.~o,orr!b~on S,C,A" ,$44.95 ~--%~-~f\ 10 key panel Just right for travel or school ~~ 9-PIECE HOME HAIRCUTTING SET Works on the pet or for human use. complete with... * Combs * Guide attachments * Blade Card * Scissors * Oil 95 ONLY SET PREMIERE HI-FRY DEEP FRYER Automatic -- Electric Chrome Plated -- See through glass top ONLY 88 AUTOMATIC TOOTHBRUSH 4-personal brushes. * Up and down motion Cordless and Rechargable. Ideal for entire family. ON LY 88 --Some of our tropical fish specials - Bubble Fish, Reg. 79c .... ONLY 66( ca. Black Moor, Reg. 59c ..... ONLY 44 aa. Fan Tail, Reg. 59c ONLY 414 ....... ca. Blue Gouramis ......MIX OR Jewel Cichlid ........ MATCH Zebra ................ 3/$1 Good Fri. -- Sat. -- Sun. Only Thursday, December 2, 1971 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Page 15