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December 9, 1971     Shelton Mason County Journal
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YATES - Shortly after 7 nany Island and mainland were either awakened )r alerte'd to a possible by the shrill wail of a fire ambulance. Here at our on the northeast side of the the family dog, Twinkle, detected the unfamiliar and alerted the family with strange bark. few minutes after Dad and left the house for work SChool this reporter grabbed Other set of wheels and set find the source of the Rounding the corner at a cloud of smoke the troubles were just Just past the log dump two fire trucks and an and a deputy sheriff's Parked on the Haskell Hill The southeast corner of the house (probably better to some of the present as the Sinclair place) all that remained of the Hannas, a young couple had just rented from the Himlie Real Company just prior to the sgiving weekend. Other clothes on their backs all rnanaged to save was their dog and her litter born pups. Everything else in the fire. They had no rance on their household house itself was around old. Maude Haskell had built for her folks after finished school and was as a nurse. Nellie and Flaskell lived in the house death. the members of the ne Women's Club and their are gathering at the Hall to their handwork, created Past Tuesday when they ated the building. The main for the day are a festive luncheon and gift Long- exchange. Then on Saturday evening the menfolk will join the gals for still another Holiday celebration. This time the group will be the Community Club and they will be having a pot luck dinner. The Grange has postponed its meeting until Dec. 17, a Friday evening to avoid a conflict with the Pioneer Christmas Program which is scheduled for their regular meeting date (the third Wednesday). The Grangers too, will have a pot luck dinner followed by a gift exchange. Gents bring a $1 gift for a man and gals bring a $1 gift suitable for a lady. Granger officers are planning to travel to Twanoh Grange this Friday evening to be installed along with the newly elected officers of Twanoh and Fair Harbor Granges. Martin Auseth, State Deputy, will be the installing officer. The Bookmobile will be on the Island Thursday of this week. It arrives around 3 p.m. If you read and are not currently taking advantage of this convenient service, perhaps you should be doing so! You're helping pay for it, so you might as well get some good out of it, too. Dot Smith arrived back home a week ago Tuesday after having undergone her second bout of surgery this Fall. She entered the University Hospital in Seattle Nov. 17 for the surgery on her other leg and knee~ Islanders extend their heartfelt sympathy to Dorothy Barnett, who was saddened by the loss of yer youngest brother, Bill Waide of Portland. He died at his Portland home early Thanksgiving morning. Besides his wife, he is survived by a son and daughter and three grandchildren, and a brother here in Washington. Friday night of the Thanksgiving weekend Jim and Orvaline Olds talked to their youngest son, Luke, who is e Pendleton's® well-bred suit. Gently shaped and belted jacket topping A-line skirt. In grey shadow plaid pure virgin Wool. $75. Country Sophisticates® calls it heatherspun .... a nubby knit mixture of grey or taupe and white, shaped into a ribby short sleeve sweater dress. Machine washable wool/orlon/ nylon combination, $26. Knit news from Pendleknit®. Luxurious pure virgin wool i doubleknit. Bright, heathery hues in a wonderful, packable, all-occasion dress. is0. FREE GIFT WRAPPING BankAmericard Master Charge MEN'S 409 Railroad 426-6432 Skokomish , ome ere presently stationed in Iceland• Pat Dunlap attended the Arts and Crafts Show held at the Grand Central Hotel in Pioneer Square in Seattle. The building is currently undergoing restoration which the three owners hope will resemble a brick arcade similiar to the Ghirardelli Square in San Francisco. Elsie Ness underwent eye surgery last Friday in a Bremerton hospital. She got along so good she was able to come home Sunday. Hi and Jean Burch reported they had a marvelous trip to Utah hunting again this year, as they have had for the past many years. This year marked the 21st year in a row they have joined their close friends, the Mac Thronburgs who live at Garden city, located near the famous and exceptionally beautiful Bear Lake. The John Niemis returned to the Island about a month ago, ffollowing about three months at their Canadian retreat at Anahim Lake in British Columbia. And while it seemed as though about half of the state's hunters (at least!) headed for Harstine Island for the hunting season, some of the Island's hunters headed where it wasn't quite so crowded to try their luck. Martin and Esther Goetsch also headed for their favorite hunting spot high atop one of the State's most scenic passes, Colockum Pass. Their good friends, Helen and Jim Thompson joined them with a cow tag which should have given them a slight advantage. However, Lady Luck wasn't casting her smile their way and they arrived back home empty-handed. Not having any meat to hurry home to take care of, they decided they might as well call an some friends. At Klaylock they dropped in for a call on Pam (Niemi) and Jerry Wood who had added a new member to their family early in October. Five week old Stephanie was the main topic of conversation. Fay Priest of Hoodsport is now taking care of the groceries and is also manning their new Barber Shop at the Inn. She is a family barber, so everyone from room and dad to the small-fry can go to one place to be sheared if you live in the area. Drop in and get acquainted. When a group arrived Tuesday to decorate the community hall, they discovered it had been broken into and all of the silverware taken among other items. Those who will be attending one of the Christmas functions at the hall are reminded they will have to bring their own silverware• Shelton High School Is Set By SANA BREWER A group from Seattle, Cold Trane, will be playing this weekend for the Senior Ball. The theme for this Saturday's dance is Color My World, and committees are really ,working to make it a good dance. Last Friday night's basketball game with Central Kitsap was close competition. Highclimbers lost by only two points, the final score was 76-74. Climbers had another chance against Central Kitsap, Dec. 7, this time on the home courts. The Junior Class Film Festival featuring W. C. Fields is Friday and Saturday. Eight W. C. Fields movies will be shown including "My Sweet Chickadee" and "The Bank Dick". Shows begin at 7 p.m. in the Junior High Aucitorium. Tickets may be purchased at the door for $1. German Club is planning their Christmas coffee hour, the Kaffee Klatch. It will be Dec. 15, after school in the Angle Library. Tonight the Shelton wrestlers, will be competing against Aberdeen in an away match. Wrestling Club, that helps support wrestling as a sport is planning a danc~e for Dec. 17 after the home basketball game with Centralia. By ANITA DUGGER SKOKOMISH - lke Stenberg suffered a stroke about a month ago while out hunting alone. He managed to make it back home before paralysis set in but was in very poor condition for a long time. Now Ike is in Puyallup receiving therapy and improving daily. He would like to receive visitors and letters. His address is the Puyallup Manor Rest Home, Puyallup, Wash. Arthur and Ida Johnson are spending a few days with their son Arlen Johnson and family. Arlen has a new music store in Oak Harbor. The Skokomish Grange will meet Friday at 6:30 pan. for potluck dinner, meeting and Christmas party with a gift exchange. Mrs. Donavon Palmer of Shelton entertained former members of the Writer's Club at luncheon in her home, Dec. 2. Haiku verse a form of Japanese poetry was ready by Mrs. Mel Soule. Mrs. Palmer played her composition "Scampering Winds" on the piano. Several read original compositions and poetry. Present were Mrs. Jack Catto and Mrs. Carl Gleason of Hoodsport, Mrs. Walter Allison of Potlatch, Mrs. Claud Dugger of Skokomish and Mrs. Soule of Ryderwood. Les Crossan got started on the roof over his trailer house Sunday with the help of sons-in-law Bill McDonald and Dale Neff. Beulah Peterson of Oak Ridge, Ore., former resident of Skokomish Valley spent a day last week with Mrs. Ted Richert. Claud Dugger lost a spare truck wheel and tire somewhere between Shelton and the Hunter Tree Yard on the California road, Dec. 3. A reward is offered for its Lilliwaup Community • Party Here By VIV1EN OLSON LILLIWAUP - Lucille and Elmer Edwards hosted the pinochle party at the Lilliwaup Community Clubhouse last Friday evening. There were six tables of players. First prize was won by Edna and Des Haines. Mamie Kaare and Don Sutton were second prize winners. Ernesta Aaro and Elmer Edwards won the 300 pinochle award and the door prize went to Edna Haines. The next card party will be Dec. 17. There will be the traditional New Years Party Dec. 31, details of which will be available later. DON'T FORGET THE BIRDS Lilliwaup's first snowfall of the winter blanketing the area in white on Dec. 4 brought the birds flying back to their feeding station on the sundeck. Unerringly they came in search of the waiting treats• The juncos and chickadees enjoy the mixture of wild bird seed, chick scratch and suet and bacon drippings set out for them in small containers. Old "Sam" and his fellow jays are fussier, preferring the nuts put out for the squirrels, but they too will eat the seeds when nothing better is available. Here too are the little brown wrens, no seed eaters these, but good little birds, friendly, seeking warmth and shelter from the snow. The finch are back - or did they ever really leave us'? A small, round, spotted-breasted flicker darts about, then comes to rest clinging to the bark of the tall fir in front of the place. No towhees or camp robbers yet, but we'll watch for them. As each season here brings its own delights, our winter birds are one of the loveliest. Feed the winter birds, and don't forget, in freezing weather, to supply them with water too. Such a little kindness to be repaid so manifold ! The Lilliwaup post office announces that the Saturday hours of service for Dec. 11 and Dec. 18 will be from 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Window service will close at 1 p.m. Dec. 24. 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Pat Carney, Jack Mulligan, and Kelsey Tanner got a coon and tracked a big cat but lost him. Mr. and Mrs. Chet Valley had dinner with the Alvin Hulberts in Shelton Friday evening• The Bert Deyette family had a Thanksgiving party at the hall at the fairgrounds and filled it with their many family members• On Saturday Bert and Geneva drove to Seattle to meet her mother Mrs. Edna Hunter who was returning home after visiting her daughters, Janet Prisner and Eva Lake for two months. Young men and women. NOW THE ARMY STARTS YOU AT $268.50 A MONTH AND YOU MAY NOT EVEN HAVE TO SPEND IT. That's because you still get free meals, free ,housing, free clothing, free medical and dental care, free job- training and education, and 30 days paid vacation a year. If you'd like to serve yourself as you serve your Country, Today's Army wants to join you. AT CAPITAL SAVINGS SPICE DRAWER A faithful reproduction of the Spice-Box used in yesteryear~s kitchens. 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