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December 2, 1971     Shelton Mason County Journal
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North Mason trip to Seaftle. High School News By RONA HARPER I Last week we only went to school three days because of Thanksgiving vacation so there isn't much to write about. Befor~ the Sr. High was excused at 1:00 p.m. on Wednesday most of the students went to the National School Assembly held in the gym. The program was presented by Bob Handloser who showed his film, "Cycle-logic" about bicycle tours and races. It was interesting but everyone was quite impatient to get home. " The football awards were presented at the football dinner held Monday night. The award winners were: team captain - Bruce Landram, inspiration - AI Baselt, Mr. - Defense - Mike Diltenburg, most improved - Tom Ball. The Senior Play turned out very well and everyone involved would like to thank Mr. Merrill for the great assistance he gave in helping to present it. A big thanks also goes to Mr. Haydon for the help he gave. Saturday night after the play Mr. Merrill was presented with a plaque from all the members of the cast and stage crew showing their appreciation for the tremendous job that he did. The Girls' Club had a bake For Sale Sectional davenport, good condition; overstuffed rocker with ottoman; pink shag rug and pad, 8'x8'; patio bar with stools; small club chair. Phone days CR5-6170 or CR5-6229. 11/25-12/2 sale last Tuesday put on by the Sophomore girls. The Girls' Club representative for the Sophomores is Jan Lackey. The Girls' Club is still selling candles. These make lovely gifts at a reasonable price and their sale also helps support the Girls' Club activities. NUISANCE ON A BIKE A complaint was received in the Belfair Sheriff's office on November 27 of an Allyn youth racing up and down the middle of a road in the Allyn area with a rider behind wearing no helmet. GETTING ACQUAINTED Mrs. Barbara Catron, fifth grade teacher, is a graduate of Pacific Lutheran College. She has been teaching in the North Mason district 3 years. Mrs. Catron resides in Grapeview with her husband Stanley and two daughters, Diane and Cindy. Her special interest is sewing. THIRD TIME For the third time in recent months a sign containing the family name identifying a summer home on the Allyn-Grapeview Road has been destroyed by vandals. The latest destruction was reported to the Belfair Sheriff's office on - November 28. SCHOOL ENTERED Grapeview school was burglarized again by a food thief according to a report received by the Belfair Sheriff's office on November 22. Turkey, butter and hamburger were stolen from the school's freezer. Authorized dealer for RAICHLE & LANGE SKI BOOTS Make reservations now for Ski School equipment ! KITSAP SPORT SHOP 617 No. Callow Bremerton j~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~l~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~l~~~~~~~~~~~~~~Illl~~~l~l~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~l~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~Ill~~~~~~~~~~~~~l~~= - BONDED LICENSED INSURED - _. --. - CONTRACTING BUILDING .~ - CABINET WORK CONCRETE WORK' = -- = -- Ben Jesfield P.O. Box l 1 Jim Jesfield =_= --= CR 5-2652 Belfair, Washington CR 6-6684 -- -~~W~fill~l~~~~~- SUNDAY, December 5th 9:45 a.m. Sunday School. There is a class for everyone. tl:00a.m. Morning Worship Service. Observance of the Lord's Supper. 7:00 p.m. Youth Fellowship Meeting. SUNDAY, December 12th. ll:OOa.m. Morning Worship Service Conducted by youth in observance of Youth Sunday. 3:00 p.m. Dedication Service of Yc'lth Center. Reception and Open House following. The public is invited. YOUTH CENTER SCHEDULE THIS WEEK FRIDAY, After Wrestling Match until 1:00 a.m. SATURDAY, After Basketball Game until 1:00 a.m. SUNDAY, 1:00 to 5:00 p.m. WEDNESDAY, 7:00 to 10:00 p.m. P.O. Box 407, Belfair Weshington Wendell L. Harder, Pastor Parsonage Phone CRestview 5-2162 Church Phone C Restview 5-6262 Saturday, November 20, the Cornucopia 4-H art project group ferried to Seattle to tour the art galleries and shops of Pioneer Square. In the afternoon they took the famous Seattle underground tour. Accompanying the girls were art group leader, Mrs. Maxine Morse and Cornucopia leader, Mrs. Jean Sharer. Members who made the trip were Tina Nelson, Kathy Stice, Kathy Baldy, Patsy Sharer, Eileen Kronquist, Lisa Kronquist and Julie Morse. Mrs. Gloria Kronquist and daughter, Stacey, also went with the group. The girls are currently working on a jewelry project. At their Monday meeting last week they made tray favors for Altyn House residents. COUPON SPECIAL BELFAIR ONLY DeLuxe BEEFY BURGERS - OR - MILK SHAKES FOR 0 And copy of this Ad news W g power :'::i:iiiiiii!;iiil Everything! You'll be overwhelmed, Mr. Advertiser, with the terrific results from display advertising. From the moment you begin advertising you'll see the response. For more sales, bigger profits advertise in the Huckleberry Herald. Call CR 5-6680 to have a space salesman quote you our advertising rates No obligation, of course. available for three days in December The third annual Santa Clause Steam Train will be operated this year on Sunday, Dec. 5; Saturday, Dec. 11; and Sunday, Dec. 12, 1971, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Puget Sound Railroad Museum, Snoqualmie Falls, Wash. Two genuine steam locomotives from the Roaring Twenties era will pull old passenger cars and cabooses, some dating back to the 1880's, one mile into the woods, where Santa will be waiting in an old bunk car on a siding. Everyone will visit Santa, receive a gift and a candy cane, then proceed to the kitchen car and have some cocoa (or coffee) and cookies by the old coal stove. Then, back on one of the trains for the ride back to the depot. The fare for this is 25c a head, babes in arms up to Great-Aunt Granny. Last year, hundreds of the visitors complained this fare was too low. They were right, but you see, the Puget Sound Railroad Museum is NOT a tourist attraction run for profit. It's the life dream of about 250 "railfans" who just couldn't stand to see all the old steamers scrapped or propped up on a park. Their dream has come partly true (the Museum is far from finished) because the general public pays money to ride their trains during the summer. This Santa Claus Steam Train is their way of saying "thank you". If they could afford it, they'd run it for free. For those who think the fare is too low.., well, donations are tax-deductible. Several ofthe locomotives were donated by logging companies. The crowds that showed up last year for the Santa Train presented real problems and dangers to the Museum. No one was turned away, but operation after dark through crowds of excited children was just too risky. The volunteer crew resolved, "Never again". So this year, no tickets will be sold after 3 p.m. Participants are asked to come early. To get to the Railroad Museum, follow Interstate 90 about 30 miles east out of Seattle. Two miles before North Bend, turn off at the left-turn lane marked "Snoqualmie, Snoqualmie Falls". Take either branch of the Y. Turn left again after crossing the railroad tracks, onto Highway 202. Proceed about ~ of a mile through the town of Snoqualmie and look for the sign on the left. By BONNIE MC GILL Awards given at the last Cub Scout Pack Meeting went to Craig Byerley who received his Bear badge and Golden Arrow. A recruiter badge went to John Norman for recruiting Brian Rosenau into Cub Scouting. Bobcat pins were given to Mike Eigner and Brian Rosenau who could not attend the previous ceremony. In the Webelos Den, Dan Hannan was presented his Artist Badge and an Aquanaut Badge. The attendance ribbon went to Den 1 for their 100% attendance of parents and cubs. The theme for November was "Early Colonists" and each Den presented a skit about the pilgrims and early settlers. All dens had table displays showing the items they had made during the month of November. The December Pack Meeting will be held on the 16th in the Multi-Purpose room at 7:30. The theme for the month-will be "A Cub Scout Gives Goodwill" and each boy is requested to bring an item of canned food to be put into a basket that will be given to a needy family. Coming up during the next Zenith Color/B & W TV-RadiosLHi.Fi's CHANNEL MASTER ANTENNAS SERVICE ON ALL MAKES Have Tubes -- Will Travel CR5-6244 HOURS: 10- 6:30 DALLY--SAT. ONLY: 10-1:30 - _-- _ _ -- .... _m -- =, Union Oil REG. GAS 35.9 PREM. 39.9 Open 10 to 10 Daily (Mon. 10 - 6) __ _ Ill I I II May we be of help in suggesting your Christmas Needs? Jig saws -- Drills -- soldering kits -- Fishing Reels -- Case Knives -- Jet Car Washers -- Table Tennis -- Horse Shoes -- Corelle by Coming Ware -- Electric Bean Pots -- Carving Sets. MORE SUGGESTIONS NEXT WEEK ERNIE & HAROLD ARIES CR 5-2031 8:30 -- 6:00 The Museum is about V4 mile upstream from Snoqualmie Fails. Those coming from Tacoma and south may use Highway 18, the Auburn Cutoff, to reach Interstate 90; turn right onto 1-90. Those coming from Everett and north may use Highway 2 to Monroe, then turn right onto Highway 203 to Fall City, then turn left onto Highway 202 to the Museum. From the east, use 1-90 across Snoqualmie Pass to North Bend, then turn right onto Highway 202 to the Museum. year will be the annual Blue and Gold Dinner. This event is the highlight of the scouting year. Any of you mothers who would like to help out, or be chairman of the dinner, please get in touch with your Den Mother and she will give you further details. Also, sometime in late April or early March, Pack 513 will hold the Pinewood Derby Race. Look forward to hours of family fun carving and painting a derby car. The race itself is truly exciting and more thrilling than the Indianapolis 500 with an engraved trophy for the winner. The Pinewood play offs for the district will be held on April 22. See you at the Pack Meeting in December. Officers remove dangerous caps A deputy of the Mason County Sheriff's office and a State trooper removed some blasting caps from a garage in Grapeview after a complaint was received from the Grapeview resident. The woman said the caps had been left in the garage by a previous resident, that she had called five times to ask him to take them away but had received no action and she was afraid her small children would be injured by them. The caps were disposed of. GETTING ACQUAINTED Robert Caughie, fifth grade teacher, is a graduate of the University of Washington. [te has been teaching in the North Mason school district 3 years. Mr. Caughie resides on South Shore with his wife Anita and five children, Richard, Mark, Casey, Jennel and Ross. His hobby is working with plastics. .. trod Boy Seouts do too-- to why not YOU! Weekend housekeeper Companion for Elderly lady. CR5-2658, Call evenings tfn Services held for Sylvia A." Godwin Funeral servies for Sylvia A. "Tib" Godwin, 69, of Tahuya, were held last Friday in Bremerton. She died November 23 in Harrison Hospital. She was born June 28, 1902, in Caledonia, Pa., to Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Munn. She came to Washington 50 years ago, and had resided in the Tahuya area. Her husband, William, preceded her in death in 1963. Her son, William Patrick, also preceded her in death in 1952 in a drowning accident. Survivors include a daughter, Mrs. John (Gretchen) Crowell of Brinnon (Jefferson County); a granddaughter, Mrs. Michael (Patty) Fleury of Belfair; two great-granddaughters; her father, Edwin Munn of Renton; five sisters, Mrs. Glayds Sulis of Renton, Mrs. James (Kathryn) Deleo of Port Townsend, Mrs. Myron (Juanita) Fisher, and Mrs. Larry (Nellita) Eymen, both of Salem, Ore., and Mrs. Violet Rodger of Kent. Father A. L. Born officiated at services with burial following at Twin Firs Cemetery, Belfair. The family suggests that remembrances be donated to the American Cancer Society, in care of Mrs. Ron Danielson, 2328 7th St., Bremerton. A REMINDER from Boy Scout Troop 513 for a cleaner environment: keep your furnace clean and adjusted properly. ./Trn ~s .~l. of Belfair dies James A. McClure, 62, of Wilkerson Road off the Old Belfair Highway, was prounounced dead on arrival at Harrison Hospital in Bremerton where he was taken by the Belfair Aid car on November 23. Mr. McClure was born Jan. 9, 1909, in Princeton, Ind., to Mr. and Mrs. James D. McClure. He married the former Leona Berry in Toledo, Ohio, Sept. 10, 1929. The couple resided in Michigan and California before moving to Kitsap County in 1948. Mr. McClure was a woodsman for the Alpine Evergreen Co. for 23 years. Survivors include his wife, of the family home; two sons, James of Seattle and Gary of Gorst; three daughters, Mrs. Ruth Noll and Mrs. June McClure both of Seattle, and Miss Laura McClure of the family home; his mother, Mrs. James R. Foster of Indiana; 23 grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren. ALLYN HOUSE NURSING HOME Has opening for I Woman and 2 Men Registered Nurse on Duty Allyn, Wn. C R 5-2171 426-3795 "Not The Fanciest Just the Friendliest" TUNE-UP AND Labor Plus Parts and Cleaner. Reg. Price $18.95 CR5-2991 Pendleton points to fashion with a long tradition of quality in pure virgin wool. $17.50-$22.00 Also Pendleton Jackets ............$24.00-$30.00 Vests ................... $ ! 6.00 Scarf ..................... $5.00 Caps ..................... $5.00 Robes ................... $20.00 e_A toe MARY WRIGHT PHONE CR 5-2033 Paqe 6 - Huckleberry Herald section of Shelton-Mason County Journal - December 2, 1971 December 2. 1971 - Huckleberry Herald section of Shelton-Mason County Journal - Page 3