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CP, 5-2774 ~lllll~ ..lmlm...=lm~ ..mlm~ .mmm~.~mll~ .atom- .~am~ .lllml~ o -.=mm~ .~mlm. o ..imm~ o ..imm~ " " . - Mr. and Mrs. Tom Davis look forward to the holidays although sharing the married children with the other fam'ilies for Thanksgiving. But the Christmas breakfast they like best for the fun of having all the family together. This year will have baby Joel Thomas Wood at the gathering with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Steve Wood. Mrs. Wood is the former Laura Davis. Baby Joel arrived on November 16 weighing 7 lbs. 14 oz., and joins a brother, Jeff. In addition to the holiday cheer, it's nice to add a warm welcome to an interesting family moving to the newly acquired 10 acres, close to the Union River, and along_ the Old Belfair Highway. Mr. and Mrs. Wesley A. Warren have purchased the former Cartwright home on the Barney White Road, and are getting settled in the move from East Bremerton. Wife Genevieve said that Mr. Wesley is retired, but it appears that he is preparing for busy days ahead with the new tractor to clear out an area for a family garden. They have two sons at home, Ralph of 15 years, and Dale who is 2 years. An older son is in the Army and has his family settled in Texas during his schooling at the Virginia army installation. Mrs. Warren said that she likes shopping in Belfair with everything so handy in the stores. Legal Publkations NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS Sealed bids will be received by the Board of Directors of North Mason School District No. 403 until 8:00 p.m., Monday, December 13, 1971 at the school administration office or at the North Mason High School Library This is a special welcome to the family, and we can also add congratulations on their 28th anniversary celebrated on November 24. Happy birthday to Mr. T. M. Haydon on December 12. The Fedenk anniversary is November 26, or "always on turkey day" so husband Frank will never be a loser in remembering the right day. This yeqr is the 29th anniversary, so having open house with a huge turkey that gave the option of being saddled or going the oven route turned out to be fun with the big fellow going into the oven. Joining the guests for the day was Chiquita showing off her tiny kittens. Wedded life for 29 years on Turkey Day can lead to lots of fun, excuses, and acres of thoughts. Our best wishes and thank you are for the cards and gifts we received that made this a truly thankful day. May your holidays be as gay and bright as the one we just enjoyed. The huckleberry bushes are loaded with clusters of big ripe berries. According to the Indian legend, this is a sign of a severe winter. Last year the berries were few and sort of small. That winter past should have been an easy one but we had lots of snow. Either someone has goofed on the berry situation, or this coming winter should be a wowser. (Editor's Note: about one inch more than last year and the Herald may cease publication temporarily while the editor takes a "toboggan break.") Coast Guard to be obtain Specification & General Instructions by contacting the school administration office during normal working hours. Bidders are also urged to visit the construction site prior to submitting bids and each bid shall be accompanied by certified check, bid bond, or bank cashiers check made payable to NORTH MASON SCHOOL DISTRICT in the amount not less than FIVE PERCENT (5%) of the amount of the bid. The Board of Directors of North Mason School District No. 403 reserves the right to award the contract to whomsoever it wishes, to reject any and all bids, and to waive any informalities or irregularities in any bid or in the bidding. No bidder may withdraw his bid after the hour set for the opening thereof, or before award of contract, unless said award is delayed for a period exceeding forty-five (45) days. By Order Of NEWLYWEDS MR. and Mrs. John Matson, Jr. with Maid of Honor Cheri Pruitt and Best Man Perry Hedstrom. Local couple wed in candlelit ceremony in Belfair Community Baptist Church In a double-ring ceremony held in Belfair Community Baptist Church October 23, Miss Penny Lee Bishop, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley A. Bishop of Belfair, was wed to John Robert attendants. Perry Hedstrom acted as best man with Mike Pruitt, Jeff Bishop, Bob Lind and Jim Kovack serving as ushers. their first home at Twanoh Falls on South Shore. Both are graduates of North Mason High School. The bride, a past honored queen of Jobies in by BARBARA KNIGHT CR5-6305 000000000 0000000 Hi! Well, it's me again, and Anderson family in for they called Betty "Gabby!" Ha! Thanksgiving. To start off with, we have a Robert McLean will be one new baby in our midst. Mr. and surprised person when he comes Mrs. Delmer Griffey are the proud home after finishing basic training parents of a baby girl, Jennifer at Lackland Air Force Base in ,~ : Marie. She was born, Sunday, Texas. His parents moved from November 21 at Harrison the South end of Allyn to the Memorial Hospital. Jennifer joins North end. two brothers, Dennis and Danny On December 9, the Twanoh : at home. Grange will hold a Pinochle party ..... Well, it seems as if everyonecard game which is open to the either went somep~ce or stayed public. home and had a gathering in for The Allyn-Victor Ladies Thanksgiving. Auxiliary is sponsoring the The Robert Newman's of community Santa Claus again this Lakeland Village went to year. He'll appear at 3:30 p.m. on Aberdeen, Mildred and Emil Sunday Dec. 19th. Bring your Gaetana of Victor went to children to the firehall so Santa Wenatchee, the Reg Engman can give them a treat. family went to Poutsbo, Mr. and In talking to Jackie Engman FAMILY MEMBERS OF both residents and staff of Allyn House Nursing Mrs. Arthur Been of Victor went she told me "that Rose Kirby is Home were invited to share a turkey dinner on Thanksgiving. to Edmonds, the Ted Matson still in the hospital. So sorry to family went to Long Beach, Wa. hear that, Rose, hope you get to on Thursday and on Friday thecome home real soon. We're all Matson family gathered at their thinking of you. house. Ed and Sally Piland went Kathy Duppman of Caller to Renton, and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Creek had a birthday the 25th of Vetters went to Seattle. November but 1 wasn't able to get IVlr. and Mrs. Vetters also ahold of anyone to find out how celebrated their 10th weddingold she is now. Anyway, Happy anniversary over the holiday Birthday Kathy. weekend. They told me that when Kathie .Edwards' I 2th they got married, Bill's class in Birthday was December 3. llappy BelfaSt threw a shower for him - Birthday to you, too. The now that's a switch. Edward's household has" been Lee Dove and two daughters, whirling the past week. Ed and Judy and Debbie of Puyallup and Betty are getting ready to leave Don Nussel, Margie's nephew, of December 4, for the land of Seattle gathered at Don and sunshine and warmth in Mazatlan, Margie Beeson's for Thanksgiving. Mexico. Betty said she'll bring 2 Kathryn Jolley of Twisp spentsuitcases home for everybody. a week with Frank and Martha One will have warmth and one Jolley. Martha said she's quite an will have sunshine in it. She said antique buff so they spent the she thinks we need some. l'm week looking for old things. They kind of jealous but, have fun, you could have come up to my house, two. I have nothing but old things. There will be " a Christmas Did anyone besides myself party for all Grange members on hear the silly rumor that Johnnie December 17 at 6:00 p.m. at the quit work? Twanoh Grange hall. This will be Chuck Sanders of Lakeland a pot luck. For more information SO MANY PEOPLE attended the Thanksgiving dinner at Allyn House Manor was elected President of call Kathleen Thaves. the Lakewood Water Association I'd like to take this Nursing Home that some of the residents and guests had to eat in the Belfair, attended the Northwest -Congratulations, Chuck. opportunity to welcome some hallway. on alert for garbage where bids are to be opened and read during the regular meeting of dumped from boats Matson, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Fowler sang a WeddingCollege for Dental Assistants. Mr. Mrs. Dorothy Gornick of new residents to our community. the Board of Directors, for the John R. Matson, Sr. of Belfair. Prayer and the Lords PrayerMatson attended Olympic College Allyn hosted the Allyn Birthday Vines and Carmen Collier, construction of a concrete The Coast Guard will be Officiating atthe candlelitaccompanied by Becky Johnson. in Bremerton for two years and is Club for the month of November. formerly of California, have sidewalk betweentheHighSchoo, M If r.c c.k pl Classroom building and the taking aharder look at boatmen ceremony was the Reverend A reception in the church presently employed by Thriftway There were eleven women in moved into Lakeland Village. ildred Austin King Be ai hi en aces as School Gymnasium consisting of to make certain they are not Robert Haven, assisted by the basement followed the wedding, in Belfair. attendance. The birthday gals for Now that l'ye welcomed you, approximately three hundred violating Federal law by dumping Reverend WendellHarder. Serving as hostesses were Virginia the month were Mabel Aitkin, would you please tell me what dies in Moses/.eke h Ion In tl -J h eight (308')lineal feet by ten feet trash into waters of the PacificPurple and lavender Kovack, lnez Thomas, Lois Francis Peterson and Ann Gaff. you're going to do with all those C amp r an , s ow (10,) wide or approximately 3080 square feet of concrete. Northwest. carnations, gladioli and Kindred, Shirley Ogletree, Eileen BREAK-IN The club will meet at Veralzett's huge rocks you had hauled intoA former resident of Allyn, Interested contractors may In instructions to local Coast chrysanthemums adorned the Froelich, Bonnie Fowler, Shirley The Victor summer home of home in December for their your yard? Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Mildred Austin King, died in A WhiteplymouthRockCock Northwest won by the Coe the Eugene Perkins family of Port Orchard was found to have been broken into when they arrived in Victor on November 27, according to a report filed in the local Sheriff's office. Missing items included canned goods, hamburger, steaks, and possibly a pair of field glasses. Phillips and Karen Riggs. Craig Bishop was in charge of the guest book. A five-tiered wedding cake was decorated with bells topped with lavender roses. Tables were decorated with lavender and purple mums. Following a wedding trip to Hawaii, the newlyweds have made Next to PUD Building At Belfair Christmas party. Mr. and Mrs. Tony Gornick had former Washingtonians Mr. and Mrs. Harold Christenson of Idaho Falls, Idaho as guests recently. Elaine and Frank Kowalczyk had all their family home for the hohday, including a few extras. Susan brought two friends with her and David and Terry brought Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Garden from California with them. Mrs. Garden is Terry's Sister. The Greenacres 4-H horse club is having a bake sale at the Belfair Thriftway, Dec. llth. Let's see all you nice people over there buying things to help these energetic kids out. Tex and Bessie McClain and family have moved back to California. They are former Allynites. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Morgan of Allyn had the Leonard Peterson family, the Earl Anderson family, including Steven, and the Jack Springer are other new residents in Lakeland Village; Welcome. Well, that's about all I have this week. If you didn't see your name that's because you didn't call me and tell me anything about what you are doing. Try next week. Car totalled but driver escapes injury Seventeen-year-old Barry D. Andrews of Bremerton escaped injury when the '63 Ford sedan he was driving failed to negotiate a curveto the right on Highway 3 about a mile and a half north of Allyn and went off the roadway to the left, over a ten foot embankment, rolled over onto its left side and struck some trees. The accident, which totalled the car, occured at 11:15 p.m. November 24. _.= E _= E Z | ............. Lilt A .................... i FREE: Ten lb. TURKEY With Purchase of Two Studded Recap SNOW TIRES Or Any 2 NEW TIRES I:li0xl 3 7:31x14 2 FOr $~m8 Plustaxesand studding w/t BELFAIR CR 5.2591 I I I I III I II II II II Moses Lake on November 25. Funeral services were held there November 30. She was born in Tacoma on April i, 1916. She attended grade school in Allyn and was graduated from high school in Gig Harbor. Mrs. King is survived by her husband, Lawrence H. King, of the family home in Moses Lake; three children, Mrs. William (Melanie) Worthey of Norfolk, Va., Lawrence, Jr., Bremerton and LaRoy King of the ~mily home; three brothers, Henry and William Austin of Allyn and John Austin of Bremerton; two sisters, Nelda Seherfenberg of Bremerton and Mary Lindsay of CameriUo, Calif.; six grandchildren; several nieces and nephews and a stepmother, Mrs. Norma Austin of Allyn. Mrs. King was Acting Matron of Amaranth in Moses Lake at the time of her death. LOST CAT, DOG Two family pets were lost in the area last week. Missing from the Belfair area was a gray cat with white feet. A black male Lab was lost in the Collins Lake-Long Lake area. Finders of either are asked to report to the local Sheriff's office. -- DINNIS REAL ESTATE Si~liaiizi ng in Waterfront and View Belfuir Aoress FMNn tit S-21S4 Ilelfatr State P~rk Bird from Belfair was placed as champion at the Pacific International Exposition at Portland, Ore. last week. He was shown by Barry and Alice Coe of Coe's Blue Ribbon Rocks at Belfair. Other winnings at the show which cooped 1400 chickens from all over the Pacific THEFT REPORTED A TV, sleeping bags, a radio and $12 in change were among items reported missing from the Albright summer home on North Shore following a burglary, according to a report received by local deputies November 24. TOWED AWAY A yellow :64 Chev found abandoned in a ditch off the roadway of North Shore Road at Beard's Cove on November 23 was ordered towed away by a d e p u t y of the local Sheriff's office. exhibits were variety champion on a buff pullet, first place on buff hen, first place on white hen, first silver pencilled, first partridge, first and second white cockerels and first barred, cockerel. The Coe strain of Plymouth Rocks, nationally known, came to Mason County in August of this year. Raising chickens has been a hobby of the Cees since the 1930's. Consistent winnings since then have resulted in the name Coe's Blue Ribbon Strain Plymouth Rocks. They plan to continue shipping their chickens from Belfalr to be shown in many States and Canada. GUITARS UP TO OUR NECKS $1S and Up ROBERTS MUSIC 822V= Park ES 3-6116 Bremerton Lee Lopriore--BUILDER WE HAVE BUILDING LOTS WE HAVE FINANCING, VARIABLE INTEREST NEW CONSTRUCTION -- REMODELING LICENSED -- INSURED -- BONDED CR 5-2021 December 2, 1971 - Huckleberry Herald section of Shelton-Mason County Journal - Page 5 Guard units, Rear Admiral Joseph J. McClelland, Commander of the 13th Coast Guard District, noted, "From the amount of debris observed on many beaches, it can be concluded that many boaters are throwing their garbage over the side instead of taking it back to the marina." Such action is prohibited by the Rivers and Harbors Act of 1899, often called the Refuse act. That law makes it illegal to "throw, discharge or deposit ...from ... any ship.., refuse matter of any kind ... into any navigable water of the United States." Coast Guard personnel who observe any trash being thrown into the water will report the incident. These reports will be forwarded to the U. S. Army Corps of Engineers for action as provided by the 1899 law. Owners of vessels which violate this law may be liable for fines of $500 to $2,500. The Board of Directors North Mason School District No. 403 By Norman E. Sanders Secretary/Clerk Of the Board 12/2-9-2t STOVE AND DIESEL SALE8 AUTOMATIC DELIVERY BUDGET TIrRM8 P.O. BOX 566, BELFAIR. WA. S)BES28 TKL. CR 5-6688 BOB MAESN ER altar and lavender candles and pew bows carried out the color scheme. The bride wore a floor-length satin gown accented with embroidered lace, a chapel-length train and a short illusion veil trimmed in lace. A sister of the bride, Cheri Pruitt, served as matron of honor. She wore a floor-length purple crepe gown with three rows of pleated ruffles at the hemline and carried lavender chrysanthemums. The bridesmaids were gowned in similar dresses, in lavender, rand carried purple chrysanthemums. Serving as bridesmaids were Linda lson, sister of the bride, Lori Ogletree, Wendy Stabler and SandS Pruitt. Flower girls Him Fowler and Michele Phillips wore floor-length lavender and pink voile dresses and carried baskets of mums. Kevin Fowler served as ringbearer and candle-lighters were Gall Dahl and Linda Baldwin, wearing short dresses styled after those of the WHAT IS character but the determination of incident? What is incident but the illustration of character? Henry James BELFAIR -- Two bedroom apartment. Utilities furnished $100 per month. BILL GRIFFITH REAL ESTATE. CR5-2433. TOM HANLEY Page 4 - Huckleberry Herald section of Shelton-Mason County Journal - December 2, 1971 MOPAR PRODUCTS 4 x 4 Parts and Accessories 9 to 9 Weekdays and Saturdays 9 to 2 CR5-3133 CR5-2174 Sunday Emergencies i SCHOHER MEATS 4 Miles from Belfair on Southshore (Formerly Wold's) LOCKER BEEF 69' lb. Graded Good Steer (Aged) includes cut, wrapped and Quick frozen Chuck Roast,ged. well-trimmed steer ....... lb. 79' Flank Steaks ....................... ,,. 99' Ground Chuck ,.., ..o,..,..., ........ ,,. 69' Hams or Bacon o., ........ ,h. 59' CR5-2784 Evenings MY2-2575