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December 2, 1971     Shelton Mason County Journal
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Curt Hunter Hunter Is Unter, the son of Mr. Hunter, has been the auto mechanics Rotary Vocational Month. his senior year, Curt and auto mechanics, metal shop. employed by his father, In Christmas trees and Hunter Dairy in the Skokomish Valley. Curt has a younger brother, Greg, and a younger sister, Jayni. He is a member of the Baptist Church and is active in the young peoples' group. "I'm not sure about college," he says. "I don't plan to enroll next fall, but possibly in a year or SO." AT CAPITAL SAVINGs .... ::i :i:i:i:iai3 i!: IRANCE SHELTON -- First & Railroad, 426-8211 V=NCOU,*II .... o,, . ,umwi,le Harstine er By CARI~EN YATES HARSTINE - This reporter is riding on Cloud Nine these days following the four day Holiday weekend so you readers will just have to bear with the first item falling into the mostly personal category. (Sorry about that). My cousin, Celo Somers and her husband, George and family of four youngsters drove down from their Lynnwood home foi an overnight stay with my folks, the Dale Peughs during the vacation weekend. Hoping someday to be Island residents they decided to enlist the services of Harry Craft as a Water Witcher. (Harry clarifies the title is that of a strictly amateur user of the diving rod.) So after a nice visit Harry tailed us to the sight of the Somers property and after cutting himself the proper shaped fresh willow branch and using the proper hold on said branch started pacing around the vicinity of where they someday hope to put their mobile home. After selecting their choice of spots from several locations that Harry indicated there was water he showed each of the group the proper technique of holding the willow branch and we all gave it a try. For a couple of the others the 'magic twig' produced some strong twitching vibrations. However, for this reporter, i'm here to tell everyone I admit to being just a little on the skeptical side; but no more. That is the strangest experience I believe I've ever had thus far in my life, bar none! To feel that insignificant twig all of a sudden start twisting in your hands and not be able to stop it really is weird, to say the least. A small hand-full of people here on the Island we are sure know and remember, Della Goetsch who lived on the Island during the 1930's and 1 q40's. It is with sad heart that I note here that the last of her children, Fred Walck of Des Moines died at his home this past Saturday evening. Shelton Hicjh School nter Sport Season Besides his wife, Ruth and son, Gordon, his survivors included his mother, Della Goetsch. Funeral services were held at 4 p.m. Wednesday at Parker Funeral Home, Burien. Long distance guests always seem to make any occasion more festive and this was certainly the case for Jim and Ella McAuliffe and the Jack Cruickshank family over this past Holiday. Arriving on Wednesday for a short visit was Jim and Eileen's sister, Mary Podielski and her husband, Mike and their son from Santa Clara, Calif. Thursday morning the whole group enjoyed a leisurely brunch together at the McAuliffe home. Then for the big Holiday dinner they went across the road to the Cruickshank home. All in all it really was a super day even for the cooks, as the menfolk joined forces at the sink to do the cleanup detail after dinner. To save all that work for both the gale and the guys arid still get in one more dinner celebration together before the visitors had to head south for home early Sunday the group all enjoyed an evening and dinner at Lake Limerick. Don't forget folks those Christmas parties of the various Island clubs are just around the corner. First the gale from the rlence enough to serve the number of people attending the dinner. If there are any questions to clarify this please contact Ella McAuliffe at 426-8847. The following week the Grange will be gathering to help get the maximum enjoyment from the decorations and atmosphere of the Holiday season at the Hall. Alice Budd's son, Curtis Achziger from Vancouver, spent the Holiday weekend with the Budds. Part of the time he lent them a hand with their construction business. ttere at the Yates home the Marvin Bengelsdorf family from Tacoma joined the Yates and the Peughs for turkey dinner. Since their neighbors were away and had no one to feed their large menagerie of animals they went back Thursday evening. The Stun Yates had their daughter, Thelma Freshour and family down for the Holidays. They hadn't been down since Stan and Annie moved their mobile home to the Island so they all drove over so the visitors could pass inspection on the Yates" new home to be. After the inspection they visited Glenn and his family. Saturday evening we drove over to Philips Lake to visit with them for awhile. SOTHE HOUSE YOU INSUR]m FOR As the value of your house go,:s up, we help you work out a re-evaluation to keep you up with current replacement costs. And when it comes to claim settlement, we try to contact claimants within 24 hours, and settle claims within 5 working days. Safeco. Insurance on everything you value. ROCKY HEMBROFF AGENCY 506 W. Franklin 426-3357 Your 6uide to Expert Services in Mason County Auto Glass Dry Wall IAIqll~n INIJURANCJ By SANA BREWER Seniors will have a chance, Women's Club will be gathering to Fawn Lake The basketball courts will Dec. 8 to visit a college of their dress the Community Hall in complete Drywa. Service again see action beginning this choice, giving them a firsthand, Holiday trimmings next Tuesday , Expert Installation texturedSUpplted'andhUng'glitteredtaped' week with the jamboree Dec. 4, and better view of what thatTwo days later they will have Women s Club JIM PAULEY, INC. FreeCellingS'Estlmates Central Kitsap will host thecollege is really like. their Christmas dinner and party IDIIIUIIUIA/~_i~ @ State licensed and bonded. Highclimbers, then Dec. 7 Shelton Senior girls have a chance complete with a gift exchange. RIUIIVIIVIPliVI~ Ot Mt. View NORTHWEST DRYWALL will return the favor and host Dec. 7 to take the Betty Crocker Two days later, Dec. 11 the Kneeland Center Ph. 426-8231 319 w. Harvard "426-1948 Central Kitsap in the Shelton Home Economics Test. The tests Community Club will be using theGIFT BOUTIQUE Gymnasium. asks questions on all areas of gaily decorated hall for thetr Shelton wrestlers will begin Home Ec., and scholarships are Christmas dinner. It will be pot ......... Auto Repairing------------- ] Drugs ........ vuu ~ua=torlum n- -- Major Overhauls / their season with three away awarded to girls throughout the roCK, nanmea much me same way ....... -- Helena Rubinstein I -- Brakes & Ignition [ --Cosmetics matches Dec. 1, wrestlers willcountry who earn top scores, as the last few have been. Each 91"HI"30 toU~L'430 ~ J -- Welding & Tune-ups [ -- Prescriptions travel to Montesano. Dec. 3 The theme chosen for the family to bring a hot dish and : : Climber wrestlers will meet with Senior Ball is Color My World. their choice of salad or dessert, ] ED'S SERVICE J --Hypo-Allergic Cosmetics Port Angeles, andDec. 9theteam Committees are working hard to [ liT S OVER HERE [ [219So. lst 426-1212/ NEIL'SPHARMACY will be in action at Aberdeen. get everything ready for the dance ~----------------------- ..... ------------------------;------ .... ------------------- ......... " 5th & Franklin Ph. 426-3327 Dec. 16 Climbers will have their which will be Dec. 11. first home match with North Nov. 29 fall sportsmen, and Barber Floor Covering Thurston. ladies were awarded letters for [ Men's Hair Styling ~ [ i --Linoleum --Carpeting The Junior Class at SHS is their participation in their [ --Record and Tape Center-- [ I * Razor Styling-- i I bringing several films to Shelton specified field. I * Shampooing m~d~l I --Tile --Formica J * Regular Hair Cuts~l~l~J J W. C. Fields movies are the topic Whether it be girls tennis, / The Largest Tape Selection In Mason County ~ i * Scissor Contouring ~ [ for their first film~festival. Two cross country, or football all full length features, The Bank worked for their season standings. / Prices start at $3.99 ' ] I BERNIE'S HAnR STYLING I I REX FLOOR COVERING [ For Appointment Call 426-2072 J ~292 Dick, and My Little Chickadee Special awards were given at | ONE FREE 45 RPM RECORD ~ 1618 olympic Hwy. S. J will be shown plus several short the Fall Sports Banquet held / with every purchase, this weekend only, [ features. Tickets for Dec. 10 or Tuesday night at the Mountain Gunsmith Beauty Cla sl 1 shOWSmembers.are being sold by Junior View School. l_ Now Open 1 0 a.m. to 8 p.m. * 5th & Cota 1 -- Complete Hair Care AntiquesRepairing Modern and ..... -- WIgs,.. Wiglets - 6Witches Precision Scope & Sight ............................................................ Mounting ' -- M~l~lX~fman C6smelics Shotgun Choke Alterations, -- Pennyrich Bras all gauges Shooting Supplies. ELAINE'~ BEAUT,.~ SALON WARREN A. GIRARD 6th & Laurel 426-4582 Route 2, Box 795 Phone 42e-2501 ;::::::: : / I Mean Mountain Set. List $20. 88 Rally 'n Freeway Set. List $25 Wild Wheelie Set List $14 s" Mongoose & with Mongoose and Snake Funny cars ..... List $12. 88 Picture Hot Birds, Barbie Fashion Designer Set, Hot Wheels car Designer Set and Dancer Saddle Scenes. 299 Christmas Gift Special "FLIPPER" Super 3 in List $1 5. Ontario Trio Race Set NOW ONLY Wh, ,,Is" Cross Over 'n List $3.00 ;r Ramp NOW ONLY Talking Toys The Farmer Says, Mother Goose Says and The Bee Says. List $8.00 39 NOW 18-Piece Crystal Clear SPORT WATCH ...... Swiss Movement List $6 O0 with l-Yr. Guarantee N;W " |i: Reg. $19.95 l:~;~,~ :~::~ i~~ '~ :- ........... - - - .......................................................... !k ::ii? OPEN 'TIL 8:30 P.M. WEEK NIGHTS 'TIL CHRISTMAS Building Home~ illnsurance us [ i Tired of Shopping? ~New Let do it for you! I Business-Prefer red Risk? [ .~l~..~..l~ Remodeling!I I Auto-Home-Boat-Life-Hea,th I We locate the lowest cost. I OLYMPIC VIEW J i insurance IS our only business. [ CONSTRUCTION CO. J I ARNOLD & SMITH I INSURANCE AGENCY I Paul Brown Wee Posset II 116 N. 2rid. 426-3317 1426-4312 426-8427I Builder Home Building Remodeling Plan Service G. H. PARKER - BUILDER Licensed * Bonded * Insured 1714 Stevens 426-2810 Janitor * Carpet Cleaning * Building Cleaning and Maintenance * Residential - Commerlcal Shelton Janitorial Service Adolph Rapaca Route 3, Box 725, Shelton 426-8936 Cable TV For Service Call Masonry -- Fireplaces -- All Brick and -- Block Work MASON'S MASONRY Phone 426-2278 Carpet Cleaning - Carpets, rugs, walls -- Floors, Furniture -- Housewide Cleaning AL FURNISH ServlceMaster of Mason Co. Phone 426-1121 Rental Service Almost Anything Anywhere Bulldozers-Loaders.Pumps Folding Banquet Tables & Chairs, Hospital Beds, Etc. LEW RENTS 2216 W. 4th, Olympia, 357-7731 Chain Saws New and Used-Rentals Oregon Chains & Accessories Small motor tune-up & repairs Hours: 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily Mike's McCulloch Shop 2215 Olympic Hwy. N., 426-4639 Sewing Heaven Fabric & Trims altering, mending, zippers and pockets replaced. SEWING HEAVEN 317 S. 1st 426-8190 Concrete -- Ready-mix Concrete -- Concrete Culverts & Blocks -- Sand, Gravel, Brick & Stone -- Fireplace Screens & Tools GRAYSTONE of SHELTON 75h & Park 426-3344 Shoe Repair * Polishes & Laces of ill Kinds * All types of boots and shoel repaired. EXPERT SHOE REPAIR SHOP 311 Grove Street Custom Painting St-ay or Brush Lowest Reasonable Cost Exterior & Interior S. N. Schouvillier Star Rte. 1, Box 855 (Twanoh Falls) Belfair, Wn. CR5-2807 Between 6 & 9 p.m. Sign Painting * All Types * Truck Lettering * Cartoon Illustrated Signs * Personalized Business C~rcl & Letterhead Designs Phil Sharpe 323 S. Front St. Phone 426-266! THIS SPACE CAN BE HAD ~tow About You? Travel -- Air - Rail - Steamship -- Bus - Hotels - Tours No Extra Charge for Our Service Angle Travel Res. Center 401 Railroad Ave. 426-8272 426-4 ! 34 Thuf day, December 2, 1971- Sneiton-Masu,, Cuunty Journa!. 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